Adelphi Academy - Adelphic Yearbook (Brooklyn, NY)
- Class of 1923
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Nmeteen hundred E f, and twenty-three
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Year Book of the Qfldelphi qfleademy'
ALICE BLANCHE ,IACOT
As an expression of sincere appreciation of
her years of faithful service to Adelphi, the
"Adelphia" of l923 is hereby dedicated.
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BOARD OF TRUSTEES
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Names stand in order of seniority in membership
CLINTON L. ROSSITER .... 30 Vesey St., New York
FREDERICK E. CRANE ........ 854 Prospect Place
REV. S. PARKES CADMAN, D.D.. . .64 Jefferson Ave.
HERBERT K. TVVITCHELL ...... 353 Clinton Avenue
HERMAN A. METZ .... 122 Hudson St., New York
JAMES H. POST ................ 88 Remsen Street
FREDERICK J. H. KRACKE ...... 11 Kenmore Place
EDWARD T. HORVVILL ........... 1186 Dean Street
GILBERT C. HALSTED ..... 308 VVaShingtOn Avenue
THOMAS L. LEEMING..
JOHN V. JEWELL ......
. . . .94 Eighth Avenue
.........1371 Dean Street
FREDERICK D. MACKAY ....... 411 Grand Avenue
WILLIAM 1XTCCARROI.L. .
114 East 84th St., N. Y.
F. A. M. BURRELL ......... 1409 A1bernIar1e Road
FRANK D. BLODGETT ............ 335 Rugby Road
JAMES A. SMITH ......
FRANK H. PARSONS. ..
VVILLIAM F. ATKINSON ..,...... 616 Third Street
CHARLES J. MCDERMOTT, 120 Schernierhorn Street
Qbfficers of the Baath of Qlirustees
JAMES H. POST .......... President of the Board
CLINTON L. ROSSITER. . . .
. . . . ,424 Grand Avenue
. . . . .200 Hicks Street
. ..... Treasurer
FREDERICK E. CRANE ........... . .Vice-President HERBERT K, TNVITCHELL ,,,., ...Secretary
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ffg " E have endeavored to make the Adelphic of nineteen
f tvventyfthree an accurate and interesting record of
the year's school activities. lr is our earnest hope that
it will never in the years to come, cease to bring back
to the members of the class of '23, pleasant memories of their
days spent at Adelphic and of true friendships formed there,
and that to the under class men-it will truthfully represent this
portion of their school life.
VV. M. P.
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ELTGENE CHARLES JXLDER, T1-115on0R.x GOLDSMITH, Vice-Principal
BA. Cliansasjg MA. CHarva1'dD BA. CAdGlD11iJ1 M.A. fCoIumbiaD
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ANNIE ELSMORE '
Uflfilll ALICE B, JACOT
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W11.L1AM A. ANDREWS ERNEST FREYBURGER . MARY STONE OJROURKI5
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B.A. QCorucllj Heidelberg, Lausanne, Munich Pratt Institute
EDM UND GALE JEWET1'
HENRY S'roiU'r PETT11'
M.D, CL. I. College Hospitalb
.ANNIE S. VAN BUSKIRK
B.A. CBarnardJg M.A. QColumbiaJ
KATE L, AUSTIN VVILLIAM ARMOUR THAYER HERBERT W. SCOTT
QPhyxifaIEduCf1f1'0nj UWT'-Yifj CSz111c1'7fz7,vo1', Eighfh Gradcfb
M A. Boston Normal School of BA. CAdelphiJ
ARSEQOIOUEUICK Gyn-masticsg Columbia Albany Business College
BA. Cfionoherl Oneonta State Normal
EFFINGHAM C. NIURRAY
CORINNE R COCHRAN
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ICATHERINE I. NTCOLSON ALVIN C. EANKS RUTH LUCILE ERI-IARUT LEE ADEN HANES
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GROVER C. YOUNG
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BA.. Mastefs Dip. in Educ., MA.
George VVasliington University
Hamilton College of Law
MRS. ALVIN C. BANKS
B. S., M. A. QElmiraj
l'lOl,I.IS R. Coouzv
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EDITH MAY NIACCORMACK ' XVALTER NIERTON PERRY
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ARCHER, Bizfvrnrciz LOUISE. 275 Clinton Avenue.
Extension Society, '20-'21-'22,'23, Girls' Athletic Associa-
tion, '20-'21-'22-'233 Cercle Francais, '21-'22-'23, President,
Cercle Francais, '223 Alliance Francais Medal, '22: Candy
Girl, School Play, '22: Usher at Commencement. '22, Glee
Club, '20-'2l-'22-'23, Basketball Team, '20-'21-'22-'23: Ten-
nis Tournament, '21-'22, Bronze Medal, '223 Class Repre-
sentative Students' Board, '233 Committee Danse Tri-Color,
'22g Chairman, '233 Senior Dance Committee, '23g Cast of
School Play, '23g Dramatic Association, '22-'Z3: Handball
Tournament, '20-'21-'22, Booth Comimittee at Streets of
lVonderlandg Committee Extension Society, The Dansante,
'22, lValking Club, '21-'22-'235 Senior Ring Committee, '23.
nlfrzzvnlzv to none, fo all .thc slfzilm e.rfcnds,'
Off' X110 1'c'jc'cz'.f but IIFTTI' once 0ffv11ds."
AYLETT, ELs113. Garrison Street, Hollis, Long Island.
Girls' Athletic Association. '2l-'22-'23: Students' League,
'21-'22-'23g Debating' Club, '21-'22-'23: Cercle Francais,
'22-'23 3 Maypole Dance, Field Day, '22, Gym Exhibition, '23.
"A maidcfn with those meek I7I'0'ZQ'll eyes
tuzflziizi YQJIOSF orbx deep slzaziotvs lie."
I3,xRDENH13Ui3R, RIT.-x JEANNETTE. 696 East 19th Street.
Students' League, '19-'20-'2l-'22-'231 Girls' Athletic Asso-
ciation. '19-'20-'21-'22-'23, Girl Scouts. '19-'2Og Gym Ex-
hibition, '19, '2l.
lhgllt' has i-:rn eyes so mf! and Zarozcwi
She gives CI .vide glance and 100165 d0wn
BENINGTON, EDWARD VVILSON. A9 86 St. james Place.
Adelphic Board, '22, Second Football Team, '20-'2l, First
Football Team, '22, Member Medal VVinning Track Team,
'19, Manager, Track Team, '23, junior Basketball Team,
'21, Gym Exhibition, '20-'21-'22, Senior Orchestra, '22,
School Orchestra, '23, Glee Club, '23, Freshman Reception
Play, '21, Senior Senate, Senior Dance Committee,
Junior-Senior Dance Committee, '23, Representative to
Students' Board, '22-'23, Science Club, '20-'21-'22-'23, De-
bating Club, '20-'21-'22, President, Debating Club, '23.
"Give us rmusic."
Lrsfror, M.fxnAL1zN1z. lOl8 Park Place.
Students' League, '20-'21-'22-'23, Glee Club, '21, Basket-
ball Team, '21, Cercle Francais, '22, Girls' Athletic Associa-
tion, '20-'21-'22-'23, Dramatic Association, '22-'23, Gym
Exhibition, '22-'23, All Nations' Bazaar, '22,
College: St. Laurence. ,
"Ons vast rzzbslmzticzl smile."
BIVINS, FRANKLIN. A43 179 Steuben Street.
fCum Laudej Boys' Science Club, '20-2l-'22-'23, Deutscher
Verein Vice-President, '20-'22, President, '21-'22, Treasurer,
'22, fldclfvlziaiz Advertisinv Manager, '21-'22, Business Man-
ager, '22-'23, Students' Bgard, '19-'20-'21-'22-'23, Debating
Club, lnter-class Dlebating Team, '20-'21-'22, Electrician,
School Play, '22, Business Manager, School Play, '23, Assis-
tant Manager, Football, '22, Assistant Manager, Basketball,
'22, Manager, Basketball, '23, Football Squad, '22 , Vlfrestling
Team, '21-'22-'23, Winner of General lntormation Test,
'20-'21-'22, School Representative at Brooklyn Eagle Cur-
rent Events Bee, '2l-'22, Good Citizenship Prize, '20-'2l-'22,
Certihcate of Merit, '20-'21-'22-'23, All Nations' Bazaar,
'21, Usher, Commencement, '22, Cadet Corps, Wfalking
Club, '2l-'22, Senior Boys' Minstrel Show, '22, junior-
Senior Dance Committee, '22, Class Day Committee, '23.
"Proud of his Iea1'nil1g,' just enough to quote."
BULL, ELIZABETH CORNWALL. 304 Lafayette Avenue.
Vice-President, Students' League, '23, Chairman, Senior
Ring Committee, '23 3 Senior Senate, '22-'23 3 Booth "VVonder-
land," '22, Aldfflfvliicmfz, Academy Notes, '21-'22-'233 Ex-
tension Society, '20-'21-'22-'23, "All Nations' Bazaar," '21,
Debating Club, '20-'21-'22-'23, Vice-President, '22, Medal
Debating Club, '20, Inter-class Debating Team, '20-'21-'22,
Glee Club, '20-'21-'22-'23: Secretary, '22, Representative,
Students' Board, '20, '22p' Chairman, Athletic Banquet, '22,
Tennis Tournament, '20-'21-'22: Handball Tournament,
'20-'21-'22-'23: Class Basketball Team, '20-'21-'22-'23,
Wlalking Club, '20-'21-'22-'23: Freshman-Sophomore Dance
Committee, '20, junior-Senior Dance Committee, '223
Chairman, The Dansant Committee, '22: Vice-President,
Class, '21, Secretary, '22g jubilee Pageant, '20, Citizenship
Prize, '20, School Play, '23, Usher at Commencement, '22,
Candy Girl at Play, '21-'22, Girls' Gym Exhibition, '21,
Freshman Reception Committee, '22.
"Yet graceful ease ,and sweetness void of pride
Mlglif hide lim' faults if belies had faults to hide."
BURHANS, RAY I. 158 St. james Place.
ADELPHIC BOARD, '23: Students' Board, '21-'22, Tennis
Team, '20-'21-'22-'23: Science Club, '20-'21-'22-'23, Presi-
dent, Science Club, '22-'23g Treasurer, Science Club, '21-'22,
Boys' Athletic Association, '20-'2l-'22-'23, Senior House
Committee. '23, Boys' Gym Contest, '20-'21-'22-'23, Cadet
Corps, '20-'21, Glee Club, '2l-'22-'23,
"A busy man is generally successful." V
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Pres1dent of Students League 23 Senioi Dance Coninnt
tee 23 3611101 R111 Cotnnnttee 23 Manager of Football
27 Athletic Edltor Adelplzzan 71 22 23 A1t Ed1to1
of JLIUIOI' Class 21 27 President of Sophomore Class 20-
21 Tieasurer of Freshman Class 19 20 C1lI1Z6l'1.l11IJ P1126
20' Cast of Schbol Play 21- 22' Stage Hand, 10' Scene
Shifters Frolic 20' President of Vlfalking Club 20' Stage
Mana 'er of Play 21-22' Cheer Leader 21- 22' All
Nations' Bazaar, 215 Junior Baseball. 20- 21' Basketball
M CAHILL, I. PHILIP. Aff 194 Adelphi Street.
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Squad, '23, Junior Basketball, '19-'20--'21-3225 Toastmaster
of Football Banquet, '20-'21-'22: Assistant Manager of
Football, '20-'21-'22: Debating Club, '19-'20-'21-,22, Fresh.-
Soph. Dance Co1nn1ittee, '203 Subscription Dance Connnit-
tee, ,225 Freshnian Reception Connnittee. '21 g Boys, Science
Club, '19-'20-'21-'22: Midget Football Team, '19g Gym
Exhibition, '20-'21-'22: Class Basketball, '21, Usher at
School Play, l23.
"Quick wits are generally co1zceifcd,'
The L'.'l'CCf7f'iOIL prows the Male."
CORBIT, LOTA. 39 Madison St1'eet.
Students, League, '20-'21,-'22-'23, 'Certificate of Merit, '20,
Debating Club, '22-'23.
College: Mount Holyoke.
UCAN nzmk and pure as dover uri than,
Or bvilzgs of the sl?y."'
CURR113, VA1.1a1z1,1z 1X'1.XRCEl.E. 632 Throop Avenue.
Students' League, '20-'21-'22-'23, Athletic Association, '20-
'21-'22-'23: Basketball, '20: D1'2ll11ZLt1C Association, '20-'21-
'22-'23g Maypole Dance, '2lg House Connnittee, Senior
Room, '22-'231 Clee Club, '20-'21-'22-'233 President, Glee
Club, '22-'23: Red Cross, '22-23: Senior Ring CO1111111tlCC,
'22g lVonderland Bazaar, '21, Gym Exhibition, '21, '23.
NO wamrzn, perfect zuonzazz
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DAHL, NTILDRED TLTELEN. 315 Linden Avenue.
President of Girls' Athletic Association, 122-'23, Extension
Society, '19-120-'21-'22-'23, Treasurer of Extension Society,
'22-'23g Girls' Basketball Team, '19-'20-121-'22-'23, Captain
of Basketball Team, '21-'22-'23, House of Representatives,
Senior Class. '22-'23, Chairman, Committee tor Prospect
Heights Hospital, '23: Chairman of Costume Committee
for Play, '23, Committee for All Nations' Bazaar, '21, Art
Committee for Booth, Streets of Xafonderlancl, 'ZZQ Com-
mittee for Extension Society Party, 'ZZQ Girls' Gym Ex-
hibition, '23, Certificate of Merit, 122.
College: Boston School of Physical Education.
The wry pink of jzcrfccliozzf
DAUP1-1tNo1', ZOE AGNES. 333 Archer Street, Freeport, L. 1
Le Cercle Francais, '22-'23, Students' League, '22-'23, Ex-
tension Society, '22-'23, Girls' Athletic Association, '22-'23.
H8112 is pretty, timid, and gelzflefi
DILL, CHAREOTTE TAYLOR. 116 Lefferts Place.
Students' League, '21-'22-'23: Girls' Athletic Association,
'21-'22-'23: El Club Espanol, '21-'22-'23g All Nations'
Bazaar, Spanish Booth, '21, Gym Exhibition, '23, Dramatic
Association. '21-122-'23, Decoration Committee for Spanish
"HN pmzril was xfrileizzg, I'E'JIASfIL'.S'X and grand.
Her 1llCZllIlF1'X wfre gentle, comfflyzng and lJI!II1fd.U
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EVANS, VV1-HTING. A4' 2116 Dorchester Road.
Managing Editor of Alclelplzian, '22-'23, Varsity Football
Squad, ,21-'22, Varsity 1fVrestling Team, '22-'23, Second
Baseball Team, '21 g Gym Exhibition, '22-'23, Vice-President,
Dramatic Association, '22-'23 2 Secretary-Treasurer, Dramatic
Association, '21-'22, Cast ol Play, '21, '22, '23, Cast of
Freshman Reception Play, 721 g Cast of Senior Minstrel Show,
'22, Circus in All Nations' Bazaar, '22, Treasurer of Boys'
Science Club, '21-'22, Advertising Manager of School Play,
'23, Senior Class Day Committee, '23, Good Citizenship
Prize, '22, Debating Club, '21-'22-'23, Glee Club, '22-'23.
College: Stevens Tech.
"Love is like llzc nzca.flc.r,' we all lmve to go flzrozzgli iff'
GURNEY, RICHARD. AQ' 296 Washington Avenue.
President, Senior Class, '22-'23, President, Boys' Athletic
Association, '22-'23, Captain, Baseball Team, '23, First
Football Team, '21-'22, First Basketball Team, '21-'22-'23,
First Baseball Team, '21322-'23, First Wlrestling Team,
'20-'21-'22, 1-lead Usher School Play, 123, Head Usher High
School Commencement, '22, Property Man, School Play,
'22, Usher, School Play, '22, VVinner Leeming Cup, '2O-'21-
'222 Captain, junior Football Team, '20, Captain, ,lunior
Basketball Team, '20-'21, Captain, Gym Teams, '2O-l2l-
'22'-'23, Member Boys, Athletic Council, '22-'23: Class Bas-
ketball Team, '2O-121-'22, XfVinner First Place Medal Gym
Contest, '20-'21-'22, Gym Exhibition, '20-'21-,22-'23, Mem-
ber ot Cast in Freshman Reception Play, '21, Member of
Cast in Senior Minstrel Show, '23, Third .Place Medal
Field Meet, ,2l, Pin Committee, Freshman Class, '20, All
Nations' Bazaar Circus, '21, Wlinner Alpha Phi Cup, '22.
"Thr milrlcxt unmzzcrx -willz tlze brcztfrst miudf'
lel,xLKETT, lVLxRG,xRET JEAN. 318 Carlton Avenue.
Cercle Francais, '21-'22, Spanish Club, '21-'22g Treasurer.
'22, Students' League, '21-'22-'23g All Nations' Bazaar, '21,
Girls' Athletic Association, '21-'22-'23: Glee Club, '22-'23,
Chairman of "Little Italy" Christnias Party, '22g Chairman.
junior-Senior Dance Committee, '23: Christmas Red Stock-
ing Committee, '223 Candy Girl, School Play, '22, Russian
Dancer, Streets of Wfonderland Bazaar, i221 Extension
Society, '22-'23: Senior House Committee, 'Zl-'22: Gym
Exhibition, '23, Dramatic Association, '21-'22-'23: Decorat-
ing Comm-ittee for Spanish Club Party, '22, Secretary,
Spanish Club, '23.
"Tim loud the call nf lands most distant
'Tix Marge? -vain' tlmilv wzfmt z'11szTstmzt."
l'I.XMM'OND, l3.xRnAR.x, 287 Ryerson Street.
Students' League, '22-'23, Athletic Association, '22-'23.
"1-lflrr mm: CIIIIIL' TC'0H1lIlI,'
And size has been after flllll ww' SllIL'E'.":
LI.-XRDTNG, ROSEMARY RIT.iX. l6O Crown Street.
Students' League, '22-'23, Girls' Athletic Association, '22-
'23, Extension Society, '23: Glee Club, '23, Girls' Gym
"Size ix as kind as ,vlzr ir fair,
For beauty lit-'es with kindnUss."'
l-IENIGIN, FLORA EMMA. 586 Marcy Avenue.
CCum Laudej Students' League, '19-'20-'21-'22-F235 Gym
Exhibition, '21, Extension Society, '19-'20, Vice-President
of Spanish Club, '223 President of Spanish Club, 233 Girls'
Athletic Association, '19-'20-'21-'22-,233 Certificate of Merit.
'22-'23: Senior Senate, ,22-'23: Dramatic Association. '10-
'20-'21-'22-'23g All Nations' Bazaar, '221 Faculty Party
Committee, '23, Perfect Attendance, '19-'20-F21-'22-'23.
College : Columbia.
"And frm' .the is as she hath proved lifrself,
And therefore, like herself, fwisr, fair, and frzmf
HCJMNIEL, ELEANOR REQUA. 456 Macon Street.
Students' League, '21-'22-,23: Dramatic Association, '22-'231
Girls' Athletic Association, '21-'22-'23.
"Her red gold hair against the for green- sea
Blew thickly out."'
IACOBSON, EYELYN. 682 Eastern Parkway.
Students' League, '20-'21-'22-'23, Girls' Athletic Associa-
"She that was fair and never proud,
Had tongue at tml! and yet was nefzfer loud."
jAcoBUs, lXlARc,ARET ATHERTON. 92 Gates Avenue.
Secretary of Students' League, '22-'23, Representative for
Glee Club, '2l-'22, Extension Society, '20-'21-'22-'23, Treas-
urer, '20-'21, President, '22-'23, Class Secretary, '20-'21,
Class Vice-President, '21-'22, Cercle Francais, '2O-'21-'22-
'23, Treasurer, '20-'21, Dramatic Association, '2O-'2l-'22-
'23, Vice-President, '21-'22, Cast of School Play, '20-'Zl-'22,
Glee Club, '20-'21-'22-'23, Debating -Club, '20-'21-'22, Vice-
President, lfValkin,g C.lub, '19-'20, Captain, Gold Team,
'19-'20, Graduate Notes, Adelphian, '22-'23, Head Usher,
Commencement, '22, Chairman, The Diansant, '21 5 Chairman,
Christmas Stockings, '21-'22, Student Chairman, "Streets
of lVonderland," '22, Committee Dance Tri-Color, '20-'2l-
'22, junior-Senior Prom Committee, '22, Senior Prom
Committee, '23, Class Basketball Team, '22-'23, Varsity
Team, '22, Handball Tournament, '21-'22, Certificate of
Merit, '20, Good 'Citizenship Prize, '20-'21-'22,
"Some tlzilzle the 'worlcl is made for fun and frolic
And so do I - And so do I."
TCARRICK, JERRY. 260 Washington Avenue.
Students' League, '2l-'22-'23, Girls' Athletic Association,
'21-'22-'23, Dramatic Association, '21-'22-'23, Cercle Fran-
cais, '21-'22-'23, French Dancea Committee, '22-'23, In
Charge of French Auction, '22, Extension Society, '21-'22,
Extension Society Committee for Hospital Fund, '23, All
Nations' Bazaar, '22, Girls' Gym Exhibition, '21, '23, De-
bating Society, '2l-'22, Girls' Basketball Team, '22.
"Blue were lzer eyes as the fairy flax,
Her cheelcs like the damn of day."
liURTZ, MIILDRED MARIAN. 756 Greene Avenue.
Students' League, '19-'20-'21-'22-'23,
UA maiden richly clad is she
LEHRENKRAUSS, CHARLES FREDERICK. 299 Sterling Place.
Perfect Attendance Fall. ,201 Tennis Team, '20-'21-'22,
Deutscher Verein, '20-'21-722-'23, Glee Club, '22-,23g Senior
'fN0thi1zg risked, nothing gaizzedf'
LEWIS, EVERETT SMITH. 6 St. james Place.
Football Team, 322-'23, Wrestling Team, '21-'22-'23, Glee
Club '21-'22-'2'3g Senior House Committee, '22-'23: Senior
Football Team, '21-'22-,233 VVrestling Team, '21-,22-'23 g Glee
Prom Com.mittee, 23, ADFLPHTC BOARD, '23: Science
Club, '19-'20-'21-'22-'23, Secretary, '22-'23, Students'
League, 5 Boys' Athletic Association, g Cheer
"Success cfozwzs the efforts of the worleer.u
LITTLE, DWIGHT RALSTON 615 East 18th Street.
Member Football Team, '21-'22, Junior Baseball, '20, Rep-
resentative to Students' Board, '21-'22-'23, Member Basket-
ball Team, '22-'23g junior Basketball Team, '21-'22g Cast
of Play, Freshman Reception, '21, Glee Club, '23, Minstrel
Show, '23g Manager, junior Basketball Team, 321-'22,
Member Baseball Team, '22, Medal Gym Contest, '21-'22,
Art Editor, Adclphian, '21-l22-'23, Medal 120-Pound Class
Gym Contest, '22, Medal Field Day, Track, '22, Medal
Field Day, Field, '22, Cheer Leader, '21-'22, Dramatic
"I came, I saw, I co1zque1'ed.'J
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LOWELL, JAMES, RUSSELL. 164 St. james Place.
Students' League, '18-,19-'20-'21-,22-'23: Science Club, '18-
'19-'2O-y2l-'22-,23g Deutscher Verein, '18-'19-'20-'21-'22-'23g
Member Students, Board, '20-'21-'22-'23, Cast of Play,
"Little lfVomen," 'ZOQ Cast of "Scene Shifters' Frolicf' '2Og
Treasurer, Sophomore Class '20-'21 5 Staff of School Play and
Class Play, '19, Usher, School Play, '19, '23, Tennis
Tournament, ,213 All Nations' Bazaar, '21, Cheer Leader,
'22, Glee Club, '21-'22-'23, Advertising Manager, Adeljrlziah,
'22-'23, Assistant Manager, Basketball, '22-,231 Member
Senior Senate, Dramatic Association, '18-319-720'-'21-'22-'23.
"W'iseIy and slow. They rfimzble that rim faxffi
LUNTZ, JOSEPH C. 1155 St. johns Place.
Students, League, '21-,22-'23, Boys' Athletic Association,
College: New York University.
"No one has ever relnented of having held his tongue."
M XCCORMACK, EDITH MAY. 1704 Glenwood Road.
CCum Laudej Students' League, '20-'21-'22-'23, 'Debating
Society, '21-,22: Extension Society, '20-'21-'22-'23, Cercle
Francais. '20-,21-222-'23, Editor-in-Chief of AD'ELP1-IIC,
'23g Certificate of Merit, 122, Girls' Athletic Association, ,20-
'21-'22-'23g Gym Exhibition, ,21, '23.
"She whlo is good is lzappyf,
MJXPES, EDITH WINNEFRED. 772 Nostrand Avenue
Students' League, '19-'20-'21-'22-'23, Extension Society, '22
College: Vermont University.
"A11c1l even when the tongue was mute,
Prom eye and lip the muszc spoke."
MAYER, AMALU3. 443 Macon Street.
Spanish Club, '20-'21-'22-'23, Elocution Prize, '20, Certifi-
cate of Merit, '20, 'Candy Girl Play, '22, Chairman, Spanish
A. A. Bazaar, '21, Chairman, Decoration Committee, '22,
Chairman, Scenic Committee Play, '22, Treasurer, Spanish
Club, '21, President, Spanish Club, '22-'23, Glee Club,
'21-'22-'23, Extension Society, '20-'21-'22-'23, Citizenship
Prize, '22, Dramatic Society, '20-'21-'22-'23, Bead Com-
mittee, '22, Representative Dramatic Association, '22-'23,
Girl Scouts, '20, Class Day Committee, '23, Chairman,
Scenic Committee Play, '23.
'ii 'TI -dearly love to paint and draw,
The queerest things you ever saw."
MCGAY, ROBERT. 14 Butler Place.
Students' League, '21-'22-'23, Boys' Athletic Association,
'21-'22-'23, junior Football Team, '21-'22-'23, Boys' Science
Club, '21-'22-'23, Deutscher Verein, '21-'22-'23,
"AItUay.v ille GffVl'b1lf8 of l'lHl0C!?71CE
l.WEDD, LOWELL. 385 Franklin Avenue.
Treasurer of Class, '22-'23, Vice-President, Boys, Athletic
Association, '22-'23g Secretary, Glee Club, 322-'23, First
Baseball Team., '22-'23, Arthur Burns Baseball Cup, '22g
Second Place Gym Team, '21-,223 Member of Cast in Senior
Minstrel, ,235 Member of Athletic Council, '22-,233 Boys'
Athletic Association, 'Zl-'22-2233 Students' League, ,Zl-
College : Colgate
"S1'1zcM'e in flzouglzt, 'word and actionf
MICHAEL, PEARL FLORENCE. Sea Gate, Long Island.
Students' League, '19-'20-'21-'22-'23.
College: New York University.
"Style 'is the dress of thought."
NIORGAN, GLADYS LEAVITT. 75 Broadway.
Rockville Center, L. I.
Students' League, '22-'23g Girls' Athletic Association, '22-'23,
"5'oflnrss and sweetest innocence she 'wears
And looks Izke nature in the worlcfs irst spring."
TXTULLINS, TATINIFRED E. 25 Madison Street.
Students' League, '18-'19-T20-'2l-'22-'23, Girls' Athletic
Association, '18-'19-'20-'21-'22-'23g Class Basketball Team,
,19-'20-'21-'22, Handball Tournament, '19-'20-'21-'22, Ten-
nis Tournanment, '19-'20-'21-'22, Extension Society, 'l8-'l9-
,2O-'2l-'22-'23g Chairman, Extension Society Party, '22,
Wfallqiiig Club, '20-'2l: Glee Club, '18-'19-'20-'21-'22-'23:
All Nations' Bazaar, 1213 Streets of Woliderlaiid, '22,
"As lILUI'7'-3' ar the day is Iozzgf'
PERRY, W'AL'rER MERTON. 56 Cambridge Place.
CCu1n Laudeb Editor-in-Chief, Adelpliic, '23, Certificate oi
Merit. '20-'2l-'22-23, Science Club, '19-'20-'21-'22-'23:
President, !2l-'223 Representative, Student Board from
Science Club, '20-'21-'22-,235 Senior Senate. '22-'23, Treas-
urer, Sophomore Class, '20-'2l: First Basketball Team. '22-
'23: Class Basketball Team, '2l-,223 Wfinner Leeming Cup,
522323: Broke School Push-up Record MSU, '22, Captain,
Gym Team, '21-'22-'23g First Places, Gym Contest, 135-lb.
Class. '20-'21, 145-lb. Class, '21-'22, 135-lb. Class, '22'-'23,
Gym Exhibition, '20-'21-'22-'23.
NHC is 710f in the role of comuzofz 711 nz
Pnx 1, THIRZA JXNNA. 142 Linden Avenue.
CCum Laudej Students' League, '20-'21-'22-'23: Extension
Society, '20-T21-'22-'23: French Club, '21-'22-'23: Athletic
Association, '20-'2l-'22-'23g Certificate of Merit, '22, Gym
Exhibition, '21, '23.
Hljllidflld' .vlloulfl Im mild mzri lIlL'L?'k,'
.S'wz'ff to lzear and slow to sfwala. "
PLAUT, HELEN JEANETTE. 125' Prospect 'Park West
Students' League, '19-'20-'21-'22-'23, Gym Exhibition, '21
Dramatic Association, '22-'23, Extension Society, '20-'2l-'22-
'23 3 Girls' Athletic Association. '22-'23, Basketball Team, 'Zl-
All Nations' Bazaar, '21 3 Assistant Editor, ADELPHTC, '23
Faculty Party Committee, '23.
"The fair, the sweet, the i:zc.1'press-ive she."
RICE, IVIARGARET VVHEELER., 92 Gates Avenue
Cum Laudej Students' League '20 '21 '22'23' School Plax
C , '- ., 9 ' ' 1 ,Y
'20, '23, Tennis Tournament, '20, Gold Medal, Tennis Tour-
nament, '23, Extension Society, '20-'21-'22-'233 Vice-Presb
dent of Class, '23g French Club, '23 3 Girls' Athletic Associa-
tion, '20, '23 5 Students' Board, 23g Dramatic Association, '20
'20, '23, Students' Board, '23g Dramatic Association, '20
President, Dramatic Association, '23: Glee Club, '20, '23
Red Stocking Committee, '23, Debating Club, '20, Certitii
cate of Merit, '20.
"Artres.res- will lzapjverz in the best of well regulated families."
ROEMMELE, LOLITA MARIE. 1228 Bushwiclc Avenue
Students' League, '20-'21-'22-23: Glee Club, '22-'23
Deutscher Verein, '20-'2l: All Nations' Bazaar, '21, Girls
Athletic Association, '20-'21-'22-'23, Gym Exhibition, '22-
'23 5 Freshman Party Committee of Extension Society, '22
Hostess of Domestic Science Tea, '2l.
"A music as of household songs,
lflfas m her voice of sweetzzessf'
RYDELL, EMMA TYRA. 425 Pacific Street.
Students' League, '20-'21-'22-'23, Extension Society, '20,
Girls' Athletic Association, '20-'21-'22-'23, Gym Exhibition,
"There is neither hate nor anger."
SCI-IVVEICKERT, ALTHEA. 98 Bainbridge Street.
Students' League, '21-'22-'23g Athletic Association, '21-'22-
'23g Gym Exhibition, '21 : All Nations' Bazaar, '21 5 Dramatic
Association, '21-'22-'23, French Club, '21 3 Faculty Party
"For love and scuzzdal are the sweetness of fra."
SCHWENN, MILDRED HELEN. 96 Bainbridge Street
Spanish Club, '20-'21-'22-'25: Students' League, '20-'21-'22
'23: Athletic Association, '20-'21-'22-'23.
"Tho glass of fashion and the would of form."
SMITH, EARL. , 83 Sunnyside Avenue.
fCuni Laudej Deutscher Verein, President, .'l9-'20-'21,
Vice-President, '21-'22, President, '22g Second Football
Team, '19-'20, First Football Team, '21, Certificate of
Merit, '20-'21-'22-'23g Assistant Business Manager, Aclelplllc,
l22, Business Manager, Senior Boys! Minstrel Show, '22,
Science Club, '19-'20-'21-'22-'23g Vice-President, '22,
" There are more 'men emwbled by study than by naturef'
SMITH, H.AZEL lWAS1E. 328 Village Ave., Rockville Center, L. I.
Students' League, '22-'23, Girls' Athletic Association, '22-
,23g Dramatic Association, '22-'23g Athletic Exhibition, '23g
Red Cross Association, i22-'23.
"life know little of thee, but that little is goodfi
SPARKS, RUTH. 130 Eainbridge Street.
Students' League, '19-'20-'21-'22-'23g Extension Society, '19-
'2O-'21g Girls' Athletic Association, '19-'20-'21-'22-'23,
Cercle Francais, '20, Glee Club, '23,
'TA lovely being, scarcely farmed or moulded
A rose with all 'its sweetext petals folded."
STEFFENS, DoRoTHY VIDYA. 100 Warwick Street.
Students' League, '20-'21-'22-'23, Girls' Athletic Association.
'20-'21-'22-'23, Dramatic Society, '20-'21-'22-'23, Extension
Society, '20-'21-'22-'23, Cercle Francais, '20-'21-'22: Glee
Club, '22-'23, Gym Exhibition, '21, '233 All Nations'
Bazaar, '21, Basketball Team, '23, Girls' Tennis Tourna-
College : Adelphi.
liDCl1l1l7'Ull6S5, that sweet roof
From zcfhzch all heazfenly fznrfzzes shoot"
STEVENSON, ROISERTA. 1225 Dean Street.
Students' League, '21-'22-'23, Athletic Association, '21-'22-
'23 g Dramatic Association, '21-'22-'23 3 Glee Club, '21-'22-'23 3
Vice-President, Glee Club, '21-'22, All Nations' Bazaar, '21,
Streets of VVonderland, '22, Secretary of Senior Class,
'22-'23, Red Cross, '23.
""Ah 1z'.vs-less bright
The stars of the night
Than the eyes of U radiant girl."'
STOOTHOFF, EVERETT O. A43 440 Seventh Avenue.
League Baseball, '19, Captain, League Baseball, '20g Track
Tournament, '20, Gym Exhibition, '20-'21, Junior Baseball,
'19-'20: Junior Basketball, '19-'20, Gym Team, '19-'20-'213
Varsity Football, '20-'21-'22, Varsity Baseball, '21-'22-'23,
Second Basketball Team, '21-'22-'23, Class Basketball Team.
'21-'22, Glee Club, '21-'22-'23, Science Club, '22-'23g Wfalk-
ing Club. '21-'22-'23, El Club Espanol, '22, Property
Manager, School Play, '233 Chairman, Class Day Committee.
'23, Senior Dance Committee, '23, All Nations' Bazaar,
'21, Usher at School Play, '21-'22, Usher at Commence-
"As happy as a clam at high water."
THROOP, HEI.EN SANDS. 82 Crooke Avenue.
Students' League, '22-'23, Girls' Athletic Association, '22-
'23g Dramatic Association, '22-'23, Extension Society, '22-
'23g Glee Club, '22-'23, School Play, '23, Senior Basketball
Team, '23, Gym Exhibition, '23.
'TI think I am not what I appear."
Trnnour, FRANCES ELIZABETH. 101 St. james Place.
CCum Laudej Extension Society, '20-'21-'22-'23, Treasurer,
'22g Vice-President, '23, Cercle Francais, '21-'22-'23, Vice-
President, '22g Representative to Students' Board, '23 g Debat-
ing Club, '20-'21-'22, Secretary, '22, Girls' Athletic Associa-
tion, '20-'21-'22-'23: Handball Tournament, '20-'21g Girls'
Basketball Team, '20-'21-'22-'23, Dramatic Association, "20-
'21-'22-'23g Cast of School Play, '21, '23, Representative for
Class to Students' Board, '22, Certificate of Merit, '2O:
Freshman-Sophomore Dance Committee, '2O: Committee
Danse Tri-Color, '22, Chairman, Little Italy Christmas
Party. '21, Literary Editor, Adelphiau, '23,
"Great modesty often hides great merit."
TIMMERMAN, ETHEL JOSEPHINE. ' 37 Kossuth Place.
Students' League, '19-'20-'21-'22-'23, Girls' Athletic Asso-
ciation, '19-'20-'21-'22-'23, Girls' Basketball Team, '19-'2O-
'21-'22-'23g Girls' Handball Tournament, '19-'20-'21-'22-'23:
Girls' Tennis Tournament, '20-'21-'22, Debating Club, '19-
'2O-'21-'22-'23g Secretary, Debating Club, '22-'23, Exten-
sion Society, '19-'ZO-'21-'22-'23: Glee Club, '19-'2O-'21-'22-
'23, Dramatic Association, '19-'20-'21-'22-'23g Christmas
Stocking Committee, '21, Chairman, Art Booth, All Nations'
Bazaar, '21, Apparatus, Girls' Gym Exhibition, '21, '23,
"Her air, her smile, her motion,
Told of u'0m.anly devotion."
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TOBIN, ALICE LORETTO. 505-A Kosciusko Street.
Girls' Athletic Association, '21-'22-'23, Students, League,
'2l-'22-'23g Cercle Francais, '21-'22-,235 Chairman. Christ-
mas Red Stocking Committee, '22, Extension Society. '21-
'22-'23g Red Cross, '2lg Dramatic Association, '21-'22-'23,
Gym Ezihibition, '21, '23, Little Italy Christmas Party
Committee. '22g Chairman, Russian Dancers, '4Streets of
Wonderland" Bazaar, '22g Cflee Club, '21-'22-'23: Maypole
Dance. '21, Lead in School Play, '22, Class Day Com-
"Von tempt me with your laughing eyes
Your cheeks of Sundown bluslzcsf'
LROUSDALE, james BARNARD. ACP 132 Maple Street.
Football Team, '20-'21-,22g Wrestlirig Team, ,2l-'22-'23,
Manager, Vtfrestling Team, '22-'23: Treasurer, junior Class.
'21-,223 Students' League, Boys' Athletic Association.
College: N. Y. U.
'TI am certain I am loved of all the ladies."
VAIN NORDEN, TNTARGERY LANGLEY. 450 Wfashington Avenue.
Students' League, '19-'20-'21-'22-i231 Athletic Association,
'19-'20-'21-'22-'23g Extension Society, '19-'20-'21, El Club
Espanol. '21-'22, All Nations' Bazaar, ,ZTQ Candy Cwirl.
School Play, '21 3 Usher, Commencement, y22g Editor, School
Notes, Alumni Bulletin, '22-'23, Class Day Committee, l23g
Senior Prom Committee, '23, Senior Senate, '22-'23.
College: The Bennett School of Liberal and Applied Arts.
Ulf to haf' lot some human faults do fall,
Look au her' laocliness and forget llzenz all."
W ALDEN, DOROTHY EVA. ' 294 jefferson Avenue.
Studen-ts' League, '21-'22-'23, Girls' Athletic Association,
'21-'22-'23, Dramatic Association, '21-'22-'23, Extension
Society, '21-'22-'23: The Dansant Committee, '22, All
Nations' Bazaar, '21, On Committee for Streets of Won-
derland Bazaar, '22, Gym Exhibition, '23,
College : Adelphi. '
"Small herbs have grace,
Great 'weeds grow apacef'
VVVALSH, ELIZABETH VIRGINIA. Forest Hills, Long 1sland.
Extension Society, '20-'21-'22-'23: Glee Club, '20-'21-'22-'23,
Vice-President, Glee Club, '23, Girls' Athletic Association,
'20-'21-'22-'23, Junior-Senior Dance Committee, '23, Stu-
dents' League, '20-'21-'22-'23, Russian Dancer, Streets
of hfVOI'1ClC1'l31ld, Bazaar, '22, Maypole Dancer, '2l: All
Nations' Bazaar, '21, Dramatic Association, '20-'21-'22-'23,
Little Italy Christmas Party Committee, '22, Gymnasium
Exhibition, '21, '23.
"WI10 loves you loses in that love
All power to lotfe another."
XVALZER, EDNA FLORENCE. 1121 East 22nd Street.
Students' League, '19-'20-'21-'22-'23.
College : Barnard.
"lt was .vileut--
Then she came."
WILLIAMS, ELGIN WAYNE. 427 St. johnls Place
Students' League, '21-'22-'23, Debating Club, '21-'22-'23
Boys' Athletic Association, '21-,22-'23, Tennis Tournament
'22, Glee Club, 5233 Boys' Science Club, '22-'23: ADEL
Pl-HC Board, '23.
College : Princeton.
"Of all the arts in which the wise excel,
NGf7!TC1S chief masferpzece 13 'LU1"lf171g 'wellfl
NVILLTS, HELEN. 1176 Dean Street
Basketball, l21-'22-'23, Handball Tournament, ,223 Gym Ex-
hibition, '21 5 Spanish Club, '22-'23, All Nations' Bazaar, l2l
Students' League, '21-'22-,235 Athletic Association, '21-'22-
"I know not how others xafw her
But to me she was wholly fair."
YOUNG, MARY BUFFETT. 103 North Shore Drive
South Bend, Indiana
Students' League, '19-'20-'21-'22-'23, Athletic Association
'19-'20-321-'22-'23, Extension Society, '19-'20-'21-'22-'23
Red Stocking Committee, '21 g All Nations' Bazaar, '21, Ath-
letic Exhibition, '21, '23, Glee Club, ,22-'23.
"Is the not a modem' young lady?"
SENIORS HERE AND THERE
AMALIE IWAYER FRANKLIN BIVINS
NIARGERY VAN NORDRN
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ALICE TOBIN EVERETT S1-OOTHOFF
FRANKLIN BIVINS .............. . . . . .Chairmazz
EVERETT STOOTHOFF ALICE TOBIN
MLLDRED SCHWENN MARGERY VAN NORDEN ,mg
AMALIE MAX'ER VVHITING EVANS J
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Svvninr Gilman Eiatnrg
gfiifgxfgxxfi NLY the vainglorious enjoy the writing of their own epitaphs. It is indeed a heavy task
ffiabxl to steer a straight course between the Scylla of conceit and the -Charybdis of self-effacement
in the writing of a class history, particularly in the writing of a Senior history which is
QQ?-gig certainly an epitaph-unless, perchance, it be a prophecy.
If the history of the class of 1923 of Adelphi were to be written by the hand of one
not of its number, the class would wish that the resume of its activities and services be full and fair, yet
couched in no grandiloquent language. It would Wish that due mention be made of its athletic, dramatic,
literary and social activities. It has contributed its due quota both of individual talent and group sup-
port. It has helped in the making of certain chapters which will shine bright in the great book of academy
history. Yet in the hearts of '23 there is no whispering voice of self commendations, but rather one
of regret that the service has not been greater, the gift to Adelphi infinitely richer.
Last ot all, the class of '23 in parting pledges love and fidelity in the years to come, promising
that good or brave deeds which its members may accomplish in the great world outside, shall be done all
in the name of Adelphi.
Presid ent .....
Vice-P-1'eside1z,1' . . .
Treasmfer. . .
. .RICHARD GURN EY
. . . . .BQARGARET RICE
. . .ROBERTA STEVENSON
LOWELL M EDD
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HE class of 1924 has had a very successful year. Perhaps We are not bright, nevertheless no
one can call us dumb. We have been well represented in all of the organizations of the
school. Both boys and girls have taken active parts in Athletics.
such an all-round class, when we take our
Surely much more can be expected from
places in Senior Roorn.
C. R. S.
HAWLEY DUTCHEE ELIZABETH SNYDEE
President ...... .... H AWLEY DUTCHER
Vice-President. . . .... ELIZABETH SNYDER
Secretary. . . . .RUSSELL SIGLER
Trmswer. . . . .LUCY LAMBERT
Eiatnrg nf thv Svnphnmnrv Gilman
' J'X'1'lf5 INCE all si ns of our greenness have disappeared we can not have our achievements over-
- g 1
looked. VVe have taken part, this year, in all the social and literary activities of the school,
A ' ' C ' I F tb ll
W In athletics, our class has been unusually well represented by the Captains of tie oo a
Fund in the Hiffh School, by raising 324.00 from their candy sale. Altogether, we are a
nd do not lack what is called "initiative" VVe are already making plans for a bright
1 VV' X. L f C
C l Junior Basketball Teams. Qur girls started the Campaign of the College Endowment
mighty jolly class a
and successful Junior Year.
HAROLD WALKER JOHN GILLIES
Pffewdezozot ....... .... H AROLD VVALKER
Vice-P1'esidem. . . ..... JOHN GILLIES
Treasmfer ..... . . .GEORGE XNINSLOXV
Secrefczry. . . . . .HELEN IQOTTCAMP
GEORGE VVINSLONV HELEN Ko'r'rcA1s11
Sn Sl Mit"
Eizinrg nf the Elirviihman Gilman
HE class of 1926 showed early signs of living up to Adelphi standards in scholarship, athletics,
X and school spirit. The Honor Roll and attendance lists will show that the class is looking
fxikjlfvfgd for its rightful place. lt is well represented this year and promises im rovement in suct-
'A.4ZMf,Q , P
' . .fr-Q-.-L ceedmg years. ,
Football was well supported by '26. VVe contributed Norman Clark, john Smith and
Kenneth Rochambeau, as substitutes for the first team. Also Rudolph Lobo, Todd Fairbain, Junior
Corcoran, Todd Dewey, Dick Leggitt and Harry O'Brien did their share in making the Junior Team Suc-
cessful this year. ,
In December the class decided to see a play. The majority of the class were for seeing "The Last
Warning.', but to humor Mr. Murray we agreed to see a Shakespearean tragedy. The committee decided
on John Barrymore in 'AHamlet."
Going back to athletics, Adelphi's successful wrestling squad was improved by the presence of
Rudolph Lobo, Kenneth Rochambeau and Harry O'Brien, three of '26 already mentioned.
The Midget Basketball Team was supported by the following Hrst year boys: Todd Fairbain, Junior
Corcoran, Dick Leggitt, and Ray Armstrong, manager.
The Adelphi College Drive did not go unnoticed. The First Year Girls held a dance in the Gym-
nasium which raised a considerable sum for that purpose.
Altogether, the class of '26 has started off well and we intend to make it one of the best.
RUDOLPH L0Bo I'IELEN PFLUG
E Freshman Officers
President ...... 2 . .RUDOLPFI LOBO
Vice-Prcsidenzt. . . . .HELEN PFLUG
.fecffeirzry ..... . . .DON1XLD TODD
Tffeaszufer. . . .... AGNES BASS
DONALD TODD AGNES BASS
'We are the class of '23.
A jolly lot, I say, are we.
Our teachers are the best that comeg
For who can beat our Hanes and Young.
Miss Richardson has been a brick.
And quite the same has been Miss Quick.
Wfith relativity and the laws of forces
Mr. lewett taxes our resources.
Phil Langdon leads our forty-four.
Perhaps it's well he leads no niore.
For 'fday by day in every Way"
Into our classrooms pranks find their way
H. V. R., H, M. D.
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jf After learning them they were promoted to Miss I Mmoi s room wheie they learned to
read and write. After satisfactory passing 111611 first exams they weie promoted to M155 H,
U Minor's room. Tn the fall of 1921 three of the members of the class left for Packer. The
N 1916 a class of small children in Miss Beaterman's 'room were learning their A B Cs.
sl lf. - A - . . . -
class then went to Miss Common's room where Margaret and Cornelius Means joined. Next
the class moved to Miss Bratton's room, thence to Miss Hem-y's. During that year two of the boys carried
off medals at Held day. The class is now in Room 45, Mr. Hanes room. The class has a good amount of
dramatic material. One of the boys represents the school on the Academy VVrestling Team, There arg
several good prospects for baseball. The class will be heard from in a favorable way later on,
FRANCES TIEBOUT FRANKLIN BIVINS RUSSELL LOWELL
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Girls' Atl'Llez'1'c Association, . . .
Cercle Fraugais ...........,
Dezztsclwr Vereilz. . .
El Club Espauol ....
Boys' Glee Club ......
Girls' Glen Club ........
Dramatic Association. . .
E.1'fEl1Sl0l'l Soviofy. . .
Sczence Club ..............
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. . . . .MARGARET RICE
, . . .FRANCES TIEBOUT
Nj. RUSSELL LOWELL
. . . .PRISGILLA PAINE
.. . . .AMALIE MAYER
. . .VIRGINIA FULLER
. . . . .MERTON PERRY
. . . . .PAUL SHASKAN
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Vice-Presidefzf .... ........ E LIZABETH BULL
Secretary ...... .... M ARGARET A. JACOBUS
Treasurevf .... . . .MIL L. W. JOHNSON
MR. L. XV. JOHNSON
S mor Prem
HE SENIOR PROM of the class of 1923 proved to be a great success. It was held at the
Brooklyn Wonianls Club on Friday evening, May the eleventh. Excellent music was pro-
vided by the Zeta Psi Orchestra of Columbia University.
Aww,-ozric The patrons and pationesses were Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Alder, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Johnson, Miss Theodora Goldsmith, Mrs. Conibes. Mrs. Tonies, Mrs. Archer, Mrs. Lewis and
Mrs. Van Norden. The committee in charge consisted of Margery Van Norden, Chairman, Margaret
jacobus, Beatrice Archer, Edward Benington, Everett Stoothoff, Philip Cahill, Richard Gurney, and
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held in College Study Hall, which was artistically decorated. The music was excellent and was
Qijljrifi supplied by the Meadowbrook Qrchestra. T
'4' ' 0' It is needless to say that those present at the dance had a most enjoyable evening.
Wfe wish to take this opportunity to thank our patrons and patronesses who were Mr.
and Mrs. Cooley, Miss Goldsmith and Mr. Andrews.
The great financial success was due to the efforts of the committee which consisted of Margaret
Halkett Cchairmanj, Elizabeth XValsh, Edward Benington, Elizabeth Snyder, Lucy Lambert and Alfred
M. I. H.
EIRL'S GLEE CLUB
HE CLUB this year has been greatly hindered in its activities by having such a late beginning.
However -we have had several successful rehearsals under the direction of Mr. Thayer and
are planning a real surprise for our part in the Graduation program in June.
President ...... ...... V ALERIE CURRIE
Vice-President. . . ..... ELIZABETH WALSH
Vice-President .... ....... E LLA MURPHY
Students' Board ....
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G IRLS' GLEE CLUB
HE BCDYS' GLEE CLUB was organiaed in the spring term and due to this late start no per
265 Expt formauces have yet been Ugwen. F1fteen boys Slgllfid up and regular perrods xx ere arranged
Su-512 for rehearsals and an aet1ve mterest was shown m them.
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Secretary .... .......... . . .LOWELL MEDD
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A. TOMES E. LEWIS
XV. EVANS R. BURHANS
A. NALL K. XVILLIAMS
D. LITTLE VV. XVILLIAMS
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i students which was held in the "Gym" I F
A::-':'q j uf A4'1 This year the Society had a Russlan Booth at the "Streets of Wonderland Bazaar,"
1i"'1"'i"::i5 which proved very successful.
At Christmas a large number of children were made happy by receiving Red Stockings
which were filled by the school, under the supervision of the Society.
The usual Christmas party was given for the kiddies at the Kindergarten. One of the members
was dressed as Santa Claus and distributed toys and candy to all.
Wfith the generous help of the school, we are raising money at present, to provide a bed at the
Brooklyn Hospital. '
The most successful year for the Extension Society will close with a The Dansant to be held in May.
Wfe owe all our success this year to the kind help and advice of Miss Elsinore.
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Prcsidwzf ....... . .MARGARET jixcoizus Secrem1'y. . . .... RUTH ALLEN
Vice-Prf'sidcnt. . . . . .FRANCES TIEROUT Treas111fe1'. . . . . .BTILDRED DrXHL
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HE BUYS, SCIENCE CLUB had a very successful year under the able guidance of Mr.
Q Iewett and President Burhans. A motion picture entertainment was given before the school.
showing the making of steel. Many interesting trips were taken, which included the lfVard
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The trip to the Kirkman Soap Co1npany's factory proved of unusual value.
All the members heartily join in thanking Mr. Jewett for his untiring work to make the club a success.
P2'csz'dc111 ...... . . .RAY BURHANS Sccreiavfy. . . ..... EVERETT LEWIS
Vice-President. . . . . .EARL SMITH Trcasmfer. . . .. . I'I.XWLEY DLTTCIIEIQ
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VlCG-Pl'8S1-d87lf .... .... D ORIS PARKER Tffeasmfmf .... . . . .PRISCILLA PECK
LTHOUGH our efficient president and equally eflilcielit vice-president were forced to leave us
in Ilaiiuary, the Cercle Franeais has had a very successful year.
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At our auction 111 the tall we raised more money than l1ad been expected, so that we
"""" were able to send a fine Christmas box to Madame Debeve and her children. The Tri-
Color dance was a great success too, as all will testify who attended it.
Nile readopted the custom of having a meeting twice a month a11d of having it a partly social
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President ...... ...... F LORA H1iNlGIN
Vice-President . . . . . .MARGARET HALKETT
Secretary ..... ...., C HARLOTTE DILL
Treasurer. . . . . .MILDRED SCI-IWENN
X HIS year has indeed been a very successful one for El Club Espanol. Although our nieetinff
Ll QQ have been inadequately attended. a few loyal Adelphians have stood faithfully by and in
QQQVQZE, eveiy Way lent their aid to the advancement of the Club.
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We cannot express our gratitude to Senorita Auwater for her kind assistance and in
terest during the past year.
Plans are now in progress to give a medal to the niost proncient Spanish student.
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LTHOUGH the Debating Club lacked in the number of its members this year, the latter agree
that they have had most successful meetings. That is greatly due to the interest the "old
standbysu have taken in the work who would, however, like stronger support from the lower
classes and it is hoped they will join in larger numbers next year.
fr' All members who have given their valuable time on Friday afternoons feel assured that
the meetings have proved most profitable to them in the knowledge they have gained.
' - '- ' ll f the school, Much
The debates have covered current events topics as Well as domestie prob eins o
valuable information was derived from the discussions on these subjects by the various speakers.
Mr. johnson has continued his aid by giving his usual interesting and most helpful C1'1l1C'S reports
and we wish to thank him for his cooperation.
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KEITH XIVILLIAMS EDYVARD BENINGTON Lok UORMM
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Spring Term. ..
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. KEITH WILLIAMS
Vice-P1'es1'dc1zt. ..... . . . . . . .
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EARL SMITH FRANKLIN BIVINS J. RUSSELL LOWELL
'Y' HE "Deutscher Verein" has been virtually inactive this last school-year on account of its small
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tfwph nieinbership. This, however, did not prevent the election of officers and the list includes:
Vice-Presifdezzf, FRANKLIN B1v1Ns.
Secretary and Treasurer, PAUL SHASKAN.
Represez-ztative, Stzzdclzfs' Board, J. RUSSELL LOVVELL.
The club looks eagerly forward to a bigger and better organization in the future, and only requests
all who follow the Teutonic language to lend effective cooperation, in order to make our unit a big coming
OFF FOR A HIICE
Uhr 2-Xhrlphi Qing Stunts
URING the fall of 1922 the Scouts of Troop 169 held hikes every two weeks. One of these was
V an overnight hike. Although not many scouts slept that night, a good time was had by all.
The several patrols held Weekly meetings during the Winter months.
5?-M43-i' As spring came on the hikes were again resumed, and the scouts expect to hold another
overnight hike before school closes.
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Lowell Medd Keith VVilliams
Dr H S. Pettit
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Mr. E. C. Alder Mr. L. VV. johnson
Dr. H. S. Pettit Mr. A. C. Banks
Zlnhiuihual Tinnnrz fur 1922-1523
VVinner of Alpha Phi Cup-R. Gurney
XfVinr1er of Leeniing Cup-VV. M. Perry
Winner of Sigma Psi Cup-D. R. Little
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lbbotson, Capt. Hitchings Mason
Blatchford Kimball O'Berry
Evans Lewis Pflug
Gurney Little E. Rochambeau
Tornes, Capt. Hitchings Perry
Gurney Little Sigler
Mason, Capt. Evans Wfillianus
Bivins Lewis Trousdale,
Gurney, Capt. Medd Stoothoff
Hitchings O'Berry Viggiani
Kahn Stirratt Wfalker
Wfebster Tomes, Mgr.
FOR BREAKING SCHOOL RECORD
W. M. Perry, Push-Up Record, 48
Ellnnthall 'Pam nf 15122
Captain .... ... .JOHN Isisorson, ex '2-l
Jlfazvzager. . . . . .PI-111.111 CAHILL, '23
Conch .....,... ..........,....... i ALLVIN C. BANKS
OOTBALL for 1922 brought to Adelphi -at creditable record.
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Capt. lhbotson-Splendid work at end. Kept out of several games by severe injuries.
Gurney-Excellent performance at quarter in every game. Graduation Adelphi's loss.
Hitchings-Hard line hitting as full back. Quadruple touchdown trick at Freeport.
O'Berry-Great improvement, warranting high expectation for next season.
Mason-Hard and effective work at guard.
Blatchford-Fine work at Kingsley. Good forward passing throughout the season.
Evans-'Conscientious work in the line. 7
Little-After late start made good showing. All-round utility man.
Sigler-Fine tackling work. Bad injuries kept him out of several games.
Lewis-Good work at guard and center.
Stirratt-New varsity man of whom may be expected excellent work next year.
Stoothoit-Good work in Dwight game. Good utility man.
Kimball-Good work at center. Consistent material for next year.
Tomes-Better work at tackle than last year.
Pllug-Fine hack-held work. Adelphi's lossg Cascadilla's gain.
E. Rochamheau-Did well for an inexperienced man. when given the opportunity.
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Stirratt, Gillies, O'Berry. Cahill CMgr.l
Middle Row: XVilliams, Stootlmff. Little, Hitchings: lbbotson CCz1pt.j, Gumex, PHug Rochambeau
Boltom Row: Benington, Clark.
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lLfHOUGH the first basketball team d.d not come out on tie
s still it had a fairly successful season. Despite much sickness among the players and
d some exciting games and gave some exhibitions,
d hedule the team stage
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QJL9 of Good basketball.,
It is generally felt that Adelphi is on its Way back to its former position in local a
' ' ' l excellent coaching of "Bert', Halsted.
lue in a great pait to tie
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l greatest number of points from the field, dropping
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in thirty-two field goals.
G'I17'7lI33' played a wonderful defensive and offensive game at guard. I-le was the team,s highest
individual scorer, making forty points from the foul line and thirty-two from the field.
Pcrrnv played forward and added materially to the team's scores by his shooting.
Sfirrai played a line game at guard until forced to stop playing because of a broken hand.
howed his accuracy as a shot from the field in the latter
Sigler, who captained the second team. s
halt of the season and played a close guarding game.
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Top Row: Cahill, Little, Dutcher QAss't Mgrj, Halstecl CCoachj, Bivins QMgr.j, Sigler, Stoothoff
Botiom Row: Perry, Hitchiugs, Tomas CCaptainj, Stirrzmtt, Gurney
ent over the one of 1921-22. The squad was
HIS year's Wrestling team showed much improvem
twice as large, and many of the wrestlers were better than 1ast year.
OBrien and 1fV1ns1oW took care of the 105 1b. classg Herbert Aungst the 1153 Bivins
mgnwgga the 1253 Lewis and Howry the 1353 Brawley and Keith Wfilliams the 145g Mason and Trous-
' da1e the 1585 and Evans the 175.
Lewis Mason and Evans were the big members, the first two going through the season unthrown
and Evans showing up very well for a new man.
t that of '23 fine resu1ts mav be expected.
If next year's team is given the same suppor as , V
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B0z't011'-L Row: LCWiS,AT1'OLlSd21lC QM ff j f 4 f
auaber , Mason CCaptai11j, Evans, How1'3
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"" ' ITH atnucleus of only five letter men to build its baseball team around, Adelphi has suc-
E ceeded in turning in a record that would be a credit to any team. The team was captained
N by Richard Gurney, managed by Austen Tomes, and coached by Dr. Pettit. '
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Captain Gurney, playing ms third year at short-stop, has proven himself a worthy leader.
Medd. the star of last year's team. was as good as ever until he broke his finger in the
Poly game. '
Hitchings played a steady and reliable game as pitcher and as catcher.
O'Berry, last year's pitcher, showed good form at Znd.
Walker, our third baseman, developed into a good all-round man.
VVebster, regular fielder, substituted as catcher after Medd's injury and proved a decided asset to
Stirratt, at Hrst, proved himself a competent man.
Stoothoff again showed himself a valuable fielder.
Viggiani, though small, was etch-cient both at bat and on the held.
Kahn improved rapidly and showed good head-work.
Seideuberg, Levy, Lobo and Dutcher showed the right kind of spirit as substitutes.
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Boffouz Row: Seidenberg, Stoothoff, Wfebster, Medd, Gurney CCapt.U, Wfalker, Viggizmi, Stiwatt, O'I3er1'y
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T HE junior Basketball Team of 1922-23 was one that the school can justly be proud of. Fourteen
games were won in a schedule of twenty contests.
Captain Ted House, at center, directed his men in fine fashion throughout the season
'J and added many points to the team's total. Myron Kahn, Harry Powers, and Marvin Levy,
forwards, were a very fast trio, and the fact that they made over two hundred of the team's points shows
how accurate their shooting was.
jack Wfebster, Donald Ross and Manager Godfrey Levy were the guards. These three were the
reasons for the opposing teams' low scores. In addition to this. they added their quota of baskets. VVeb-
ster shot the fouls for the team in fine style.
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at Adelphi Academy field. A large number of enthusiastic aspirants turned out to participate.
After many spirited contests Margaret Rice was victorious.
'fqwii-532: During the winter months basketball held the main interest of the girls. Many C011-
testants turned out as candidates for the different class teams. The interclass games were
training the performance was an exceptionally good
brought to a conclusion by the junior-Senior game in which the Seniors were the victors.
on Friday evening, March 23rd. Owing to careful
one. All who attended felt fully repaid. ,
of which proved very popular.
of the year. This brought a very enjoyable season to
The Girls' Gymnasium exhibition was held
Vtfith spring came tennis and hockey, both
An Athletic Banquet was held at the end
President ...... ............. B TILDRED DAHL
Vice-P1'es1'deut ...... . . .ELIZABETH SNYDER
Sccwfmfy-Treasurer. . . .... ELLA MURPHY
Presented at Adelphi Academy On April 27th
Bliss Phoebe .....
Captain Valentine Brown .... ...VVHITING EVANS
Miss Susan .... . . .
Miss Fanny ......
Miss Ufilloziglzby. ..
Ilfiss Henrietta. . .
Ensign Blades ....
. . . ,BEATR1CE ARCHER
. . . . .ELSA HOPICE
. . . . . .PIELEN THROOR
. . . .GORDON IQTMBALL
Lient. Spicer. . . .... ........ R OBERT RHEINPIART
Patty ......... .................. E LIZABETH BULL
Officers of the Dramatic Association
President ......................... MARGARET RICE
Vice-President .................... XVHITING EVANS
Secretary ..................... EDWARD BENINGTON
Representative to Students' Boara' .... EXMALIE MIXYER
Business Manager .
Stage IM'UIIClgGl'. . .
.. . . . . . . . . . . . . .FRANKLIN BIVINS
. . . . . .TQETTH VVILLIAMS
. . . . . .PLVERETT STOOTHOFF
Publicity Manager .... ..... X WHITING EVANS
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Draniatique Association. It's been in Adelphi a long time but we doubt whether a bigger or
5- N better success has been made in a school play before this one.
"Quality Street," that delightful play by Sir James Barrie, was a great financial and
dramatic success. This was due to a great degree through the splendid coaching of Mrs.
Wlright, and expert financiering of Franklin Bivins, Our stage hands deserve special credit and all the
various committees really worked hard to present a good play. VVe advertised it in all the New York
and Brooklyn papers and our advertisements did not come up to the real merit of the showg which is
saying a good deal.
Our Dramatic Association not only enlivens the proclivities in the direction of dramatics but it also
gives the cast a wonderful time in the bargain. 'We hope that in the future we shall have even better
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EDWIN MAsoN RUSSELL SIGLER
FRANKLIN BIVINS DONALD Ross
AUSTEN TOMES VVHITING EVANS
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.. . .Murfreesboro School, Murfreesboro, W. Va.
. . . .Branton Training School, Shelbyville, Tenn.
. . . . . . . Castle Heights School, Lebanon, Tenn.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mooney School, Galveston, Texas
. . . . . . . . . . . . . .Swanee Military Academy, Swanee, Tenn.
. . . .Shenandoah Valley Military Academy, Wincliester, Va.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Peddie Institute, Hightstown, N.
. , . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Adelphi Academy, Brooklyn, N. Y.
. . . . . .Baylor School, Chattanooga, Tenn.
. . . . . . .Peoples-Tucker School, Trenton, N. I.
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Terrill School, Dallas, Texas
. . . . . .Kentucky Military Academy, Lyndon, Ky.
. . . . . . . . .Gordon Military Institute, Barnesville, Ca..
. . . . .Woodbury Forest School, Woodbury-Forest, Va.
. . . .New Mexico Military Institute, Roswell, New Mexico
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Rock Ridge Hall, Wheeling, W. Va,
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Polytechnic Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y,
. . . . .St. John's Preparatory School, Brooklyn, N. Y.
ALPHA PHI FRATERNITY
Eelta flhrta illr
AVERY ST1RR.x'rT VV. HAWLEY IJUTCHER JACK T. O'BERRY
ALFRED J. SEIDENBERG EDWARD XV. BENINGTUN EDNVARD T. HOUSE
GEORGE B. W1NsLow IQEITH S. W1LL1AMs IQENNETH A. HOWRY
BETA . . .
I oT,x ....
. . . . . . . . . .Adelphi Academy, Brooklyn, N. Y.
. .Mohegan Lake School, Mohegan Lake, N. Y.
. . . . . . . . . . . . .Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, N. Y.
. . . . .Montclair I-Iight School, Montclair, N. J.
East Orange High School, East Orange, N. J.
. . . . . . . . . .Central High School, Duluth, Minn.
. . . . . . . . . .St. Paul Academy, St. Paul, Minn.
.Minneapolis High School, Minneapolis, Minn.
. . . . . . . . . . .Newark Academy, Newark, N. J.
. . . . . . . . . . .Lewis Institute, Chicago, Ill.
....Pontiac High School, Pontiac, Mich.
. . . . .Pasadena High School, Pasadena, Cal.
OMICRON ......... Central High School, Detroit, Mich.
RHO ...... ............ I aniaica High School, Jamaica, L. I.
SIGMA .. .... DeVVitt Clinton High School, New York City
TAU ...... .......... I ilushing High School, Flushing, N. Y.
IIPSILON .... ...... D e La Salle Institute, New York, N. Y.
Cm ...... ...... ..... D e troit University School, Detroit, Mich.
D ELTA TI-IETA FRATERNIT Y
ISABEL PECKHAM PASHLEY
judge FREDERICK E. CRANE
EDMUND GALE JEWETT
EUGENE C. ALDER
RUTH LUCILE ERHARDT
EDITH GORDON :KIRKLAND
JANET HUTTON PERRY
NATALIE LORRAINE BENISCH
EDVVINA ST. FELIX BLAKE
FRANKLIN HAMMOND BIVINS
FLORA EMMA HENIGIN
EDITH NIAY MACCORMACK
VVALTER BEERTON PERRY
Charter granted June 13, 1916
Society founded at Tome School
JAMES H. POST
LLOYD W. JOHNSON
JANMES CHRYSTIE HUGHES
embers of the Class of 1923
CLINTON L. ROSSITER
HERBERT K. TWITCHELL
MARY FAYETTE DRIGGS
FREDERICK J. SADDINGTON
HERBERT SPENCER COHEN
THIRZA ANNA PINI
MARGARET VVHEELER RICE
EARL CHARLES SMITH
FRANCES ELIZABETH TIER-OUT
Honorary Members of this Year, 1923
MR. 11'1ORTIMER BYERS REBECCA H. EASTMAN
FLORA EMMA HENIGIN
THIRZ-X AVNA PINI
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EDITH MAY MACCORMACK
IVIARGARET XTVYHEELER RICE FRANCES ELIZABETH TIEBOUT
FnAxH1,1N II.-xMMoNn BIVINS XVALTER MERTON PERRY EARL CHARLES SMITH
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Miss Van Buskirk
Haven't got over it
To drive a fire engine
To buy horse and
To invent something
that would enable
me to climb to any
To own Cody's
To be a writer
To be independent
To be a doctor
To give powders and
To wear long pants
Motion picture writer
To construct a com-
fortable home for
To go round the
Not realized, thanks
Must Exciting Moment
Too many to enumer-
Talking a drunken
"tin horse" out of
desire to shoot
holes in me
Upset in a canoe
lNhen a real live goat
knocked me into a
Escape from drown-
XNhen I thought I
In a rowboat in a fog
-in front of a
Starting for U. S.
It is to come
Too many to tell
Dreamed I was Babe
lvVhen class gets
When all my students
passed C. B. E.
'When I viewed
A horse back ride
W h i c h well-nigh
Talking too much
Trying to "pass" cer-
Schrafffs ice cream
My left little toe
Great many things
Not being able to
Too 'many plans
Too good natured
Motto of Life
A lady never hurries
Honi soit qui mal y
"Be a lifter, not a
Be happy and they
will think you are
A jolly good boo'k is
better to me than
VVhistle while we
Set your mind on
what you want and
get it '
Keep everlastingly at
Do unto others as you
would have them
do to you
Do it now
See No. 2
Horse back riding
Rolling my own Cthe
Trying to whistle
Sp rinting to the
Hunting wild flowers
Hiking in the moun-
Favorite Movie Star
Ain't no such animal
Constance or Norma
None worth looking
They are all the same
Hopes for the Future
For the class of 1923
to pass Eng. C.E.B.
About 20 years
To spend a year
Bright-I want to be
For all to pass exams
A long and merry life
Nuts and currants
To sit under my own
vine and fig tree
To see some fellow
Still a secret
To live happily ever
Go up in an aero-
Too many for words
To enjoy good health
Life in the West
Coming after the
That I am not a boy
When I innocently
bit a persirnmon
Not being a blonde
First gray hairs
Find I could not
Flood destroyed a
Not a millionaire
None of your busi-
When short skirts
Not to be 6' 2" and
Not being able to
think of a plot
When brightest stu-
dent seemed dull
Not to go abroad
when I finished my
Not to have seen all
Qualities Admired in
Youth and ability to
Most of you know
Grace, Geniality and
I am too inexperi-
Sincerityg a sense of
M r. C'S
IT VVOULD BE INTERESTING T0 KNOW:
If anyone ever gets any studying done in Senior
What the movie booth in chapel is for.
VVhy Mr. Andrews uses such big words.
Why Mr. Alder is always making notes.
Where Adelphi teams get the bum luck.
If anybody in the solid geom. class fails to get a nap
during the period.
If Walzer is talking again or yet
What the majority think of the new exam. system.
If anyone knows what they are doing in chemical
How certain boys get into the building free during
If anyone writes his Senior Essay before the last night.
W. M .P.
They were sitting in the parlor.
The lamp was turned down low.
He told her that he loved her,
This lad of long ago. '
She turned aside her lovely head
And gave to him her hand instead.
Perhaps she was a trifle slow,
This gentle lass of long ago.
They were sitting in the flivver,
The head-lights turned away.
He told her that he loved her,
This bold youth of to-day.
She gave to him the other hand,
And kissed him too I understand.
Perhaps she was a trifle gay,
This thoughtless maiden of today.
THE SENIOR BAN-QUET
Clams-Ray Burhans, Lowell Medd.
Relishcs and Greens Qmostly greensl-Helen Throop
Tongue Qlongj-Marge I-Ialkett.
Lobster Salad Qstrictly freshj-Al. Schweickert.
Peaches-Peg Iacobus, Bobbie Stevenson.
Pears-Ki. Rice, Ev. -Stoothoff.
Dorothy Powell, Robert McGay.
Ire Cream-Mildred Dahl.
Nuts-The rest of us.
H. J. P.
There are dumbbells in the gym,
There are dumbbells in the hall,
But the greatest of dumbbells of us all,
Will be back at school next fall!
Long may Adelphils blazoned banner wave
Above all others in ethereal space
Exalted. May her sturdy yeomen brave
Long save that shining standard from disgrace.
Ott has that lofty ensign proud spurred on
Adelphils noblest hearts to do and dareg
Full oft h-er warriors strife-stained armor don
And rush upon the field her iight to share.
Now soon from out the school's wide portal comes
A throng of scholars, nurtured in her hall,
Prepared to foster right, debase all wrong.
When in lif+e's battles sound the thund'ring drums.
And to the onslaught blaring bugles call,
Those furbished folds will hold them true and strong.
E. W. W.
OUR GWN ALPI-IABET
for Adelphi where develop great minds.
Those who enter as morons come out as grinds.
is for Books-those elusive possessions
Which cause our dear Senate so many long
is for Chapel where we love to chat
Of what we did last night-and such things
is for the Dances so few and elite
Where you see many dancers but many more
is for English-we can't do without it
The more we learn of it, the less we know
is for Funny things seen in the Hall,
They're all different sizes, som-e short and
is for Goldsmith, most famous of teachers,
Thinks of English all day, but at night-
is for Harmony, a glee club production
Meant for amusement but's more often
is for Indulgence, I crav-e it of you
So don't turn the page but read the thing
is for johnson-the life of his classes
He hammers out jokes and amuses QPU the
stands for the Klasses that are kut by a few
Wlioin the thought of a Saturday morning
is for Latin that subject divine
Famous for Cicero who shoots a good line.
is for Murray-light as a feather
XfVe often have wondered what holds him
is the Noon hour that comes once each day
The time that we eat !-What more can I say?
is the Office-that sanctified spot
That we enter so coolly and come out so hot.
is the Problem of suggesting such things
As will keep up a discussion until the bell
for the Questions-that base innovation
That every six weeks causes us great
is for Senior Room-that scene of much strife
'Tis the center of trouble and also school life.
is for Seniors who act so sedate
But forget all about it when dashing in late.
is for Thayer who plays all the music,
No doubt it makes him sick and us sick and
is for all of Us-thirsting for knowledge I
And hoping eventually to land up in College.
is for Vigilance, almost complete,
At dances supplied by the flash-lighting tleet.
for the Wall at the head of the stairs,
Those leaning upon it soon forget all their
is for Xenophon-some more in history
But why he's there or what he did will be al-
ways a mystery.
for the Young things who will read all this
I wish it were good but I know it is punk.
is the Zero we all dread to see
But when we don't get we're as surprised as
"Give me a synonym for cast ironf,
Says Flora H to Edith Mac-'!This room 'tis a dis-
just look at all the papers and debris about the place,
The letters off the table scarf and pictures from our
And Kurtz and Walzer's 'thetic tastes in draping up
just look at the "gooloshes" all strewn about the
Wfhich marks full well the lazy ones to strangers at
Says Edith Mac- to Flora H- "Remember days of
VVhen we would stand as juniors and gaze in the
How we would plan the days to come when we should
And make this coldlike Senior room into our junior
How we would liven up the walls with draperies of
And wicker chairs with pillows soft we'd scatter all
The money for the articles we didnlt think about
For we just thought as juniors would that that would
pop right out.
Alas, how futile were our schemes as you can plainly
When you survey this wondrous room from A way
down to Z!"
Resolved: To the junior class arriving soon
VVe make this pledge to you
That we will have this dirty room
All tidied up by june.
It hasn't been my practice to act the prophet's game
And yet I think that I can tell some futures just the
In twenty years from now I bet you just as sure as
The things I'm now to tell you will be history up to
I can just see Wfhiting Evans balanced on a mountain
Taking pictures of the valleys and the sunsets and the
There'll be Phil who's still conducting at a pretty
round old age
In all the daily papers-children's l'Aunt Prunella
Rich Gurney will be coaching with the good old A. A.
The future Winning players of a ripping football
Wliile over in some other section of this dear old
E. Bivins will be teaching philosophy of mirth.
And then for Merton Perry in this world he'll flnd
VVriting histlries for the students as he burns the mid-
And dimly in the future walking closely side by side,
It seems there's Everett Lewis with his sweetly blush-
ing bride. l
And Charlotte will be writing 'neath the crescent and
The sonnets that will charm the ears of those both
near and far.
And then there still is Helen and I wonder if she'll be
What she is now to all of us-a curiosity?
While Mimi even then will not have lost her won-
Of winning first and then unknowing, breaking count-
But Althea long since has answered to the old "wilt
And then can count as history their first and only row.
Then "Ki" will well be leading in some all enthrall-
And Peg will come in state to watch her act-without
Val then will be a typist-for whom I cannot think,
But Bert will probably tell us as a secret black as
Up She Goes
The Sporting Thing To Do
Hunting Big Game In Africa
Abie's Irish Rose
The Clinging Vine
The Masked WOIUHH
The Love Habit
Anything Might Happen
Merton of the Movies
The Dancing Girl
Hail and Farewell
Back the Teams
In Senior Room
The Only One
ink. The Wild Flower Lowell Medd
The Lower Depths After Flunking
, . The Comedian Phil Cahill
Now dont laugh at my warnings and scorn my every HVV. BA' BHIR.
I know my prophecies are true-so I am not per-
I'll have the laugh on you in future ye2lfS that are Fill-"The dentist told me I had a large cavity that
to be needed filling?
just wait a score of years or less,'I warn you-you Up-"Did he recommend any course ot study ?,'
WIH See' Poet-"I called to see if you had an opening for
Editor-"Yes, thereys one right behind you. Shut
it as you go out please."
ffso he praised the glee club's Singing did he?" Hers lies Pffvf- Jswstt
"Yes he said it was heavenly." "Did he really say SO meek and placld'
' What he thouvht was water
that?" "Well, not exactlyg but he probably meant
that. I-Ie said it was unearthlyf'
Was nitric acid.
Adelphi for girls and boys,
the classrooms free from noise,
t-he students seated there
the teach-ers in despair,
Mr. Johnson "betting on high"
the chance of our getting by"
I That's a picture no artist can paint.
the rouge upon your cheek,
your eyebrows pencilled sleek,
yourself in a Himsy gown,
your earrings dangling down
Like all the flappers in the town-
Then picture Miss Goldsmith's haughty frown
That's a picture some artist should paint.
the French we try to speak,
the marks we get each week,
our being lost in France
our having a iChinaman's chance
With our fparlez-vouz', in a foreign land
a "Prenchy" who could understand
That's a picture no artist can paint.
the Dumbbells in the gym,
them all so lithe and slim,
the athletes they will make,
the medals they will take.
When they compete on itrack or field.
the f'prowess" long concealed, for
They are pictures no artists could paint.
the days as they slip fast,
the history of the past,
exams upon some war,
no and say no more
the guess, you guess you'll make
our monthly average then at stake
That's a picture some artists may paint.
A certain one of the faculty was overheard explain-
ing a geometry theorem, to a member of the class
who is none too bright, in the following manner which
is characteristic of said teacher.
"According to geometrical nomenclature this is
merely a side issue but basing our judgment on the
ordinary hypothesis we must proceed by analogy. Of
course w'e have the alternative method but to mention
the hypothetical case oblique would be a misnomer.
Could you imagine this situation? The assumption
of the axiom being according to ordinary hypothesis
the hyperbola would become a parabola pertaining to
the nature of a truncated icosahedron.
"To summarize the resulting inference the proof is
merely nomenclature procedure and is straightforward
from there on."
Stick your head in a pail of water three times and
take it out twice.
She: "I heard you singing in your room this
I-Ire: "Oh, I sing to kill time."
She: "You have a good weaponf'
Oz: "Pa, won't you please buy me a microbe to
help me with my arithmetic ?"
Pa: "What good will a microbe do you ?',
Oz.: "I just read in this paper that they multiply
She Qin art museumj z "They say that famous
marine artist was once a plain farmer's boy. I wonder
where he developed his talent."
E. M. M. He: "Probably drawing water on the farm."
F-ierce lessons Here lies Prof. Andrews
L-M6 IUOUYS With his ease and unction.
E-nelitpected d He kicked the bucket
1 -Ollmg Prepare wane ex iainin a function.
K-nocked out. p g E
"You are a pretty sharp boy, Tommyf, .
"Well, Ild ought to be. Pa takes me out in the OUR MAGAZINE CQUNTER
woodshed and strops me three or four times a week.
Snappy Stories ...... Phil
Aerial Age ...... Evans
FAREVVELL College Humor .... M. Halkett
Travel .......... Perf
Farewell-dear Alma Mater System ....... Bisins
Adelphi, dear school of mine, Business Lewis
Farewell-dear teachers and classmates, Baseball ..... Medd
VVe have come to the parting time. Fine Arts .. . A. Mayer
Some stay behind, while others go
Along roads strange and newg
Perchance our paths may never cross
These friendships to renew.
Now at the parting of the ways
VVe grasp each other's hand
For our silent message of Goodspeed
Each seems to understand.
Then farewell friends-we wish thee well,
VVhere'er thy lot may fall
And pledge to thee a quick response
To old Adelphils call.
E. M. M.
Rose: "Did you hear of the awful fright Jack got
on his wedding day P"
Mary: "Yes indeed, I was there and saw her."
Smart Set ...... .....
VVoman's Home Companion.
Men's VVear .........
International Studio ..
Advertising . ..... . . .
Life . .......... .
Radio News ....
Vogue .. . ..
Peg. lbs, Ki
Somewhere near school
Any of them
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SENIOR GIRLS' CHARACTERISTICS
Archer-Best basketball player, best dancer.
Aylett-Quietest, sweetest voice.
Bardenheuer-Latin grind, class sister.
VV. 'Mullins-Class gossip, most experienced.
T. Pini-Class sage, intelligent.
. Plau-t-Best dresser, most sincere.
M, BishopfClass gigglfif, bridge fiend- D. Powell-Nurse, answer man.
E- Bull-f'?11fCSf, 5WC6fCSt- M. Rice-Positive, heavy varsity.
Corbit-Class sunshine, sweetest disposition
Currie-Class gymnast, class gypsy.
Dahl-Most competent, class chaufferette.
Z. Dauphinot-Class commuter, class blush.
L. Roemmele-Uke player, tallest.
E. Rydell-Tie dyer, Cambell kid
A. Schweikert-Squarest, AG representative.
M. Schwenn-Class Hirt, dimples.
C. Dill-Most obliging, poetess. - , -
M- Halkett-Most loyal, temper, H. Smith-Stage struck, hair cut.
Hammond-Clss Boswell, business woman.
R. Sparks-Baby, Marquand hound.
D. Steffins-Neatest, mathematician.
R. Hardin -Most English, class mystery.
F. Henigiig-Most dignified, Smartest. R- Sfevsnsoli-Crlfsstf most lovable-
E' Hommel-Hair, truest. H. Throop-Curiosity shop, newest comer.
E. Jacobson-Class typist, most willing. F- TlCb0Uf-FUITHICSC, dCf11'CSf'
M. Jacobus-Best all-round, most popular. E. Timmerman-Pr1nter's helper, class artist.
J, Karrick-Western, best natured, A. TObiI'1-ClaSS CyClaSl'16S, Cl3SS Hgure.
M. Kurtz-Most stunning, class friend. M. Van Norden-Prettiest, most aristocratic.
E. MacCormack-Brightest, class worker. E. Walsh-Class primper, blond.
E. Mapes-Most unobtrusive, conscientious. D. VValden-Class shrimp, question mark.
A. Mayer-Class singer, class milliner. E. Walzer-Class chatterbox, curls.
P. Michael-Marcel wave. complexion. H. Vifillis-Most indifferent, Spanish student
G. Morgan-Most retiring, shiest. M. Young-Meekest, pessimist.
' SENIOR BOYS' CHARACTERISTICS
Benington-Class musician, committeeman.
R. Lowell-Postum kid, organizer.
F. Bivins-Class diplomat, satirist. J. Luntz-Class absentee, class walk.
R. Burhans-Marcel wave, radio bug, R. McGay-Class sheik, German student.
P. 'Cahill-Most popular, humorist. L. Medd-Baseball player, due collector.
W. Evans-Class sleeper, most conceited.
M. Perry-Most brilliant, woman-hater.
R. Gurney-Class athlete, best all-around. E. Smith-Class soldier, dignity.
C. Lehrenkrauss-Coin collector, lounge lizard. E. Stoothoff-Class dancer, captain.
E. Lewis-Class cut-up, best wrestler. I. Trousdale-Crab, mason.
W. Williams-Poet-laureate, Greek student.
Aylett L. C.
Michael N Pearl
Svrninr Girlz' Eirvrtnrg
Crush Expression Present Occupation
Chape Do tell me Dancing
He's a Senior Hello-oo Dodging erasers
E. S. My Lord Walking to school
Junior-Senior Attababy! Being "Ritzie"
lbby My Golly! Being nice to every-
Two of 'em You are rough Thinking up
F. W. My husband Wlriting letters
Wouldn't have Ye gods! Collecting money
Freeport Oh it's so dumb Riding in the Ford
S. A. O Gee! Getting Adelphia Ads
Erwin My Gaush .Graduating
George Oh Lord! Tete-a-tetes with
I. L. R.
C. F. O no Being afraid of
He'll see this Lend me your Keeping UD Senior
ear room quiet
In Adelphi Really! Selling bids
Frank Oh don't! Taking life easy
Bill I always have Getting in Smith
Changed You dummy Having tonsils cut
Cuba Yeh! Yeh! Staying in Senior
go on! room
Eddie I'm bored stiff lst Siamese twin
Ulysses Oh, yes Taking care of kid
They had a Wiere you late? Taking attendance
The "Duke" Wha'd he say? Just making it at
lt would be VVhat? Commuting
news to her
Must we tell you?
Riding in the
M. S. troupe
'Getting George back
Free thought artist
Ad for freckle cream
Lady of leisure
With that smile-well
Keeping 'em out
Brother's CPD help-
Ad for "that school-
Crowd: around her
That lean and
C. L. pin
O! don't be
Both I. S.'s
VVho can tell?
It starts with
You all know
A. E. R.
W. A. A.
She gets 'em
W. C. or B.
O stop !
Do you think
My soul and
Think of that!
He's a pine-
I'm so mad
O say, Mr. A.
2nd Siamese twin
Sporting new clothes
Going to teas
Making herself scarce
Being class baby
Annoying Mr. A.
Getting in Dutch
E. H. hasnlt a
Parlez-vous Making up
He's simply Talking
Oh Laws The Lord only knows
I'll be switched Paying laundry bills
Tall lady in circus
Being CPD 's baby
Hook, line and
Do you really want
You never can tell
Running beauty shop
He knows that, too
Dignity C FJ
No hair net
A. E. R.
E. C. B.
Most of them
J. G. T.
M. A. J.
Has more sense
M. W. R.
A. L. M.
Sfvninr 'Engn' Eirvrtnrg
Aw H- l
this one 3
I'll say so
We'd best not
Cut it out
What did you
You tell 'em
That's the cat's
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1205 Fulton Street 7428 Fifth Avenue 90 Broadway
At Bedford Avenue At 75th Street At Wall Street
BROOKLYN CITY SAFE DEPOSIT CO.
177 Montague Street
Brooklyn Trust Co. Building
Individual Safes Silver ancl Storage Vaults
DAVID H. LANMAN, President GEORGE W,
FRANK O. EDGERTON, Secretary
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WM. H. JACKSCJN COMPANY
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NEW YORK CHICAGO. ILL.
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202-208 FRANKLIN STREET
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Fashionable College Clothes
Correct Modes for the Classroom, for the Street,
for Formal occasions, and for Sports Wear.
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Sporting Clothes, Overcoats, Ulsters
English and Domestic Hats and Furnishings
Boots and Shoes for Dress, Street and Sport
Trunks, Bags and Leather Goods
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McMANN 8z TAYLOR CO. JOHN J. TIGHE
Pipe, Boiler Tubes, Fittings, Valves, etc. BR ASS and IRON FOUNDRY
104 and 106 John Street New York
Brass, Bronze, Aluminum and Gray lron
Castings of all Descriptions
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Pipe Warehouses and Machine Sh p Brgoklyn, N. Y,
Bl St. 1 2nd Ave., BUSH TERMINAL, Brooklyn
BALTIMORE COPPER PAINT CO.
COLIVER REEDER 6: SON, Proprietors
Manufactu fera of The
Bammore Coppe, paint GUTTA PERCHA sr RUBBER MFG. co
AND 350 MADISON AVENUE
YACHT COPPER PAINTS New York
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Factories: Brooklyn, N. Y.
31 Water Street New York City
THE PEOPLES TRUST COMPANY
181-183 Montague Street, Brooklyn
NOSTRAND AVE. CORNER HERKIMER ST.
CLINTON AVE. CORNER MYRTLE AVE.
FIFTH AVE. CORNER FIFTY-FOURTH ST.
FLATBUSH AVE. NEAR BERGEN STREET
FLATBUSH AVE. CORNER CHURCH AVE.
MYRTLE AVE, CORNER BLEECKER ST.
KINGS HIGHWAY CORNER EAST 15th ST.
PENNSYLVANIA AVE. COR. LIBERTY AVE.
Federal Reserve System
ACCURACY - COURTESY 1 DISPATCH
these are essentials in any satisfactory banking
service. The Peoples Trust Company has always
stressed the importance of these qualities. At
the same time, it is also glad to place at the
disposal of its customers the broad facilities ancl
the safety which result from its Federal Reserve
Membership. : : : :
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64 PEARL STREET
NEW YORK, N. Y.
A STOCK THAT'S SO DIVERSIF IED-
THAT EVERYONE IS SATISFIED.
at Hoyt Street Subway Station
Fulton Street, Brooklyn
Branch Store: Broadway Near Gates Ave.
Telephone l600 Henry
GREASON, SON 8: DALZELL, Inc
l60 THIRD STREET
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Third Street and Gowanus Canal
of QU LITY
Furniture from the best-
in America at prices
considerably lower than
Our twelve page booklet-" Furniture
Facts" will be mailed gratis upon
Largcal Cash Fumilure House ln girooklpn
19-23 Willoughby St. and 383-391 Pearl St-
l0ne Block from Fulton Street at Borough Hallb
"The Furniture Corner for 78 Years
Telephone, Main ll34 and 6926
BUXBAUM 8: MORSE
510 Fulton Street
fFormer1y Mishkin Studioj
Photographs in this book macle by us
THE FRUIT AUCTION COMPANY
202-208 Franklin Street
BROOKLYN LAW SCHOOL
of St. Lawrence University
305 WASHINGTON STREET, BROOKLYN, N. Y.
Three-Year Course High Standards
Aftemoon School Evening School
ONE MINUTE from both Brooklyn and Manhattan
Borough Hall Subway Stations
YOU ARE. INVITED TO CALL
Office Open Daily Send for Catalogue
Tel., Nevins 3I6l -1- W- Matthew'
Erianglr Eeautg Harlnr
583 FULTON STREET
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Opposite 5 and I0 cent stor
PERMANENT WAVINC FACIAL MASSAGE
MANICURING SCALP TREATMENT
SHAMPOOINC EYEBROWS ARCHED
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FORTY-EIGHT YEARS OF SERVICE TO THE PUBLIC
INSURANCE CO. OF NEW YORK
Home Ofiicez 47 Cedar Street
Service of the Highest Degree of Efficiency
PLATE GLASS INSURANCE
EUGENE H. WINSLOW, President
ROBERT A. DRYSDALE, Vice-President
S. WILLIAM BURTON, Secretary
ALBERT H. LAI-IY Assi Secretary
Phone, Prospect 8 744
JOHN J. CLARK
Painter and Decorator
278 Franklin Avenue Brooklyn, N. Y
TEL. MAIN 8369 OVER CI-IILD'S
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A HOMEY RESTAURANT WHERE THE
MOST FASTIDIOUS CAN VISIT B O K N Y
530 Fulton Street Brooklyn, N. Y. ru.. Nsvms emo
Telephone 2106 Lafayette Established 1908 fbi!!! Filly!!! 4II5I4
Cleaner and Dyer
417 Sumner Avenue Brooklyn, N. Y.
Between Halsey ancl Macon Streets
LOOK FOR THE GOLD GLOVE HAND
H03igfy M. I. Pgyfumgg
UHdCfUItGl LIVINGSTON STREET HGnt1lQCICI1I8fS
'Ernest A. mann
Urns Zlfruit Zire Qlrram aah Erma
355 Bzlfalh Avenue Brnnlzlgn, N. U.
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BROOKLYN' Q Q09
Z-,ELE?HON6 NEGDINS 3242 22East42ndStreet NewYork
H. C. WIBBEN
102 Kingston Ave. Brooklyn, N. Y.
Near Bergen Street
TELEPHONE PROSPECT 4397
Patronize the Press which knows how
THE ALPINE PRESS
184 Emerson Place Brooklyn, N. Y.
YANOVER 8: CHADWICK
254 Fourth Avenue
Phone, Bedford 4847
CITY DRESSED MEATS
380 Tompkins Avenue
Telephone, I752 Prospect L oana , Insuranc
275-277 Grand Avenue
Near Lafayette Ave. Brooklyn, N. Y
Telephone, Prospect 63 64
WALTER T. CARPENTER, D.D.S.
87 St. James Place Brooklyn, N. Y
"4" STUTZ "6"
WM. PARKINSON MOTOR SALES CO.
1267-69 Bedford Avenue
Telephone, Prospect 2387
GREENE AVENUE REPAIRING WORKS
Shoe Repairing and Hat Renovating
Shoes Made to Order Shoe Shining Parlor
Goods called for and delivered
226 Greene Avenue
Near Grand Avenue BROOKLYN, N. Y.
Tel., Prospect 4471 Goods Called for and Delivered
Ladies' and Gents' Tailors
Cleaning, Dyeing, Pressing and Repairing
on Ladies' and Gents' Garments
129 Gates Avenue Brooklyn, N. Y
EVERYTHING PERTAINING T0 FLOORS
TERWILLIGER PARQUET FLOOR CO.
IRA W. TERWILLIGER, Inc.
FLOORS OF SUPERIOR QUALITY
745 Fulton Street
Near South Portland Avenue
TELEPHONE BROOKLYN, N. Y. No connection with
PIROSPECT 5930 any other conce
Telephone. Lafayette 9865 Open Evenings
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'WOR n n ROLLS
RECORDS 1314 FULTON STREET
Between Nostrand and New York Aves.
Telephone, Main 3398
WYNN MERSEREAU, Inc.
Phone, Lafayette 5909
KAHLKE 8: BOE
583 Nostrand Avenue Brooklyn, N. Y.
Orders taken for all occasions
Ph l Business, 8809 Prospect
ones' Residence, 9775 Lafayette
OSCAR F. LYON
33KW Discount to Students of Adelphi 47 Brevoort Place
480 Fulton Street Brooklyn' N' Y' 72 1:1231-liZ:lieStreet BROOKLYN N. Y.
Telephones, 361 and 362 Decatur
J- HUSING 81 SON CHARCOAL TAB-LETS
GROCERS and FRUITERERS Th i Sold t ll
. ree SIZCSZ a a
1287 Paclhc Street l5c., 30c., 60c. druggists
Corner NOSTRAND AVE. BROOKLYN
Telephone, Lafayette 7649
A. BARBA, Prop.
FANCY F RUITS and VEGETABLES
IMPORTED ITALIAN GOODS A SPECIALTY
433 Tompkins Avenue
Near l-lalsey Street Brooklyn, N. Y.
NADLER DRUG STORES, Inc.
Nostrand Avenue Comer Dean Street
Brooklyn, N. Y.
"ONLY Two PLACES TO EAT"
I-I O M El
H E Y MOA N N ' S
Famous Chop House
Nevins Street at Flatbush Avenue
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Restaurant
THE CURLEY BLOUSE SHOP
1282 Bedford Avenue
Blouses and Lingerie Brooklyn
Phone, Prospect 1540
ARFMANN 8: HEITMANN
Delicatessen and Groceries
I Home Cooking and Salads a Specialty
451 Classon Avenue
Cor. Crates Avenue Brooklyn, N. Y.
JASPER-MUFFIN BAKERY, Inc.
162 Gates Avenue
Tel., Prospect 9684
Confectionery and Ice Cream Parlor
High Grade Candy French Ice Cream
1015 Fulton Street Brooklyn, N. Y.
Phone, Prospect 1382
Cleaning, Dyeing, Pressing and Repairing
SPECIALTY IN LADIES' AND GENTS' GARMENTS
ALSO IN CURTAINS AND BLANKETS
MOURNING SUITS DYED AT SHORT NOTICE
All Work Guaranteed
430 Classon Ave. A Brooklyn, N. Y.
CNear Gates venue
Phone Lafayette 72.0
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CAPS ' n--H f-- -----. ences src
Tel. 7994 Lafayette
J. A. GREAVES
1107 Bedford Avenue
One door from Gates Avenue
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Phone, Main 36 l 2
WORLDS LARGEST ELQRISTS BENEDICT Gr BENEDICT
215 Montague Street Brooklyn, N. Y.
2302 E L. SHERWOOD I FREDERICK C. BULL
T I h P ospect i2303
2304 SHERWOOD and ASSOCIATES
JACOB MULLER ENGINEERS
Forge and Machine Shopf Layouts
330 Fulton Street Brooklyn, N' Y' SURVEYS REPORTS INVESTIGATIONS
Branch: 56 Lafayette Avenue Broadway New York
LENSES GROUND AND GLASSES REPAIRED Phone, Decatur 0247
WHILE YoU WAIT
CARI-JN OPTICAL C00 PF ISTER 81g SITTERLEY
468 Fulton Street Brooklyn, N. Y. Wholesale and Retail
"Next to l..oft's and over I-leaIey's" DRUGGISTSL
TELEPHONE, MAIN 9963
Walter E.. Carlin, Optometrist William B. Fleet, M. D. Fulton Street at Nostrand Avenue
Have your eyes eniilmgil-eldoxlmystfxlgggors over 20 years F Brooklyn
BATZ 8z VOGT
Theatrical and Masquerade Costumers
401-403 Bridge Street Brooklyn, N. Y.
Near Fulton Street
Costumers to Adelphi
Telephone, 3388 Lafayette Telephgne, l768 Prospect
SNOW FLAKE HAND LAUNDRY
Geo. Douglas, Prop. APPELGATE, Florist
I5 and I7 PUTNAM AVENUE
473 Tompkins Avenue
Brooklyn, N. Y. BROOKLYN
Telephone, Nevins 3 l 07
ECKLEBE 8: GUYER
EXPERT F RUITERERS
25 DeKalb Avenue
E. A. DOUDIET
Opposite Loeser's Brooklyn, N. Y.
Cars for l-lire
BROOKLYN AUTO LIVERY CO., Inc. Compliments of
PHONE, PROSPECT 6200 JEROME K. OHRBACH
Night and Day Putnam at Classon Ave.
Service Brooklyn, N. Y.
Telephone, Sterling 2472
COMMERCIAL - REGENTS
COLLEGE PREPARATORY 1 CIVIL ENGINEERING
Mechanical and Architectural Draughting LITTLE CAMPUS RESTAURANT
Ryerson St., COT. DeKalb Avenue Next to Majestic and Strand Theatres
Brooklyn, N. Y.
BEGHN ANY DAY OR EVENING 655 Fulton Street Brooklyn, N-
TOURS and CRUISES EVERYWHERE
S. S. Tickel Agents for all S. S. Lines
E112 llniurrzal Ulnur Gln.
359 Fulton Street
BROOKLYN, N. Y.
Compliments of a
TH E B OA R D
That Encis Weir,
PLEASE MENTION THE ADELPHIC
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