Adelphi Academy - Adelphic Yearbook (Brooklyn, NY)
- Class of 1948
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Text from Pages 1 - 88 of the 1948 volume:
BRUUKLYN, NEW YURK
The Aeademy's Sixtieth Yearbook
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ELPHI ACADEMY was founded in 1863 by john Lockwood a name
famlllar to all of us as one of his projects in the Held of higher education
Startmg with one student ln September of ltS First year its ranks mcreased
until there were twenty eight enrolled by the end of the second semester
In 1871 the first graduatlncf class consisted of one student The well known
school colors brown and gold were adopted in 1886
name and colors are known to many in the metropolitan area We feel sure
it will continu to command in the future the same respect for its attain
ments ln scholarshlp and athletics whlch it has enjoyed ln the past
Because our school has such a long and interesting history a history in
which we take a very natural prlde we the seventy eighth graduatmg class
have dedicated our yearbook to the traditions of Adelphi
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Through the years, our school has risen slowly but steadily, until its
It is with both affection and gratitude
that the seventy-eighth graduating class of
Adelphi dedicates this Adelphic to you, Mr.
Johnson. You have been our principal, ad-
viser to the senior boys, and our history and
civics teacher-and we found that time could
not "wither nor custom stale" your untiring
efforts in our behalf, in any of these capaci-
ties. We greatly admire the capability with
which you administer the affairs of the school
as principal. The boys among us are deeply
indebted to you for your help and advice
concerning our post-graduation plans.
But more than anything else, we will all
remember how you made history and civics-
subjects generally considered dry-come alive
by communicating to us your intense interest
in them. Your humor, down-to-earth manner,
and your vivid portrayals were a constant
source of enjoyment to us. Ave atque vale.
HEADMASTER S MESSAGE
N A COUNTRY and a clty where almost everythmg IS new often
brand new even It IS unusual to find a school as old as Adelphi The very
name w1th 1ts smack of classlcal learnlng speaks of another century
In the course of nts many decades of exlstence a host of trad1t1ons have
grown up here at Adelphi tradltlons whlch are as much a part of the school
as the brlcks that make 1ts walls Such customs as openmg the dally session
w1th the Lord s Prayer the annual charlty bazaar the carol Slflglflg on the
sta1rs at Chrlstmas tlme And less tangible thmgs l1ke our code of good
the way everybody pltches 1n to make school projects a success These
are only a few of the tradltlons that give our students something concrete
and Worthwh11e to remember when ln later years they turn back to thelr
schooldays ln a remmlscent mood
But the greatest trad1t1on 1n any school IS an mdelinable one com
pounded of the do1ngs and the harmless mlsdomgs the hopes work and
laughter of a lot of boys and glrls Really lt IS the boys and glrls them
selves In thls peclal sense of the word the class of 48 l1ke xts predeces
sors IS the favormte and the oldest tradxtlon of Adelphx
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MESSAGE PROM THE HEADMASTER
THE SEVENTY EIGHTH GRADUATING CLASS
AND THE CLASS HISTORY
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OUR TIME HONORED ENTERPRISES
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the pride of our class for live years Thls
queen of our Mardi Gras and president of O K B
has had honor marks all through high school She
IS a member of the Glee Club and the Adelphia llt
erary staff and vxce president of the Extenslon So
clety Carol hopes to go to Middlebury and become
a commerclal artlst A rare modesty and a sweet
and gentle dlsposxtlon have endeared her to all of
Let s look at the record
carrles a lot of weight at Adelphl especral
ly on her wrist The Jxnglmg of all those silver
bracelets can always be heard whether Betsy IS
selling chances sollcltrng axd or just erasmg some
thlng She IS a zealous member of O KB and an
equally zealous member of the Rldmg Club
Let no man escape'
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our terror of the grldlron Bob has shown
hlmself proficient rn baseball and basketball as well
Whitey of the quxck good natured grm
often on the honor roll He hopes to go on to
Colby where he will major m the lrberal arts and
then take up busmess admmlstratlon
The happy warrior
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quxckly entered into the spxrxt of thmgs
though he dld not come to Adelphi tlll hxs Junior
year He lmmedrately established hlmself on the
grxdxron at the end of the year recexvmg a varslty
letter as a reward for hls efforts On the scholastic
side he has been a consistent honor student Poor
Rlchard has missed one common school experience
however Due to cxrcumstances beyond hls control
or so he clalms he has yet to hear the mne o clock
Do It now'
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the pride and Joy of the Irlsh has also
become the pride of Adelphi Presxdent of Alpha
Ph: xn our Junior year class representative to the
Student League and chalrman of the Game Com
mittee for the Mardi Gras Harry has not let these
extra curricular actlvltles interfere wlth his athletlc
attamments Casey longs to be a member of the
Flghtmg Irlsh and brmg greater fame to Notre
ame pda, 8 ,Lf
I have just begun to fight'
whose good humor and wlllmgness to
work have smgled her out for greater thlngs yet to
come has been actlve ln athletlcs the Glee Club
and the charlty bazaars This year she was co cap
tam of the varsity hockey team and designed a
number of lmoleum cuts for the Adelphzan A mem
ber of Ph1 Gamma Sngma Carol IS undeclded about
her college cholce but mtends to be a nursery school
Be sure you are always nght then go ahead
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IS outstandlng ln several ways An excel
lent student she is completmg her high school
course m three years and has also made an enviable
record ln athletics Evle IS a member of Phi Gamma
She w1ll always be llked wherever she goes
To the victor belong the spoils
has been the mamstay of Adelphxs ath
letlc varsxtles John xs captam of the football bas
ketball and baseball teams Aslde from hls proli
clency on the athletlc Held johnny xs one of our
better students secretary of the Student League
and a sxlent admxrer of the opposite sex Johnnys
outstandmg characterxstrcs are his Hawless hand
wrrtmg hrs chpped red hair and hrs hkeabxllty
lfty four forty or fight'
EANNE DUV L
IS the dash of chlc m the class of 48 For
eight years we have been as amazed by her Interest
and skill m French as dlverted by her mlmltable
laugh Her Junior year she was treasurer of the
Extenslon Soclety and presldent of O K B One of
Mrs Pooles loyal asslstants and a member of the
Glee Club and of the J V hockey team Jeanne
plans to go to Middlebury to become a French
teacher Bon voyage notre petltel
Make the campus d1Herent
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has been ln Adelphl smce the first grade
In these years she has shown her true Adelphl splrxt
by her work on the Adelphzan art staff and her speed
and sklll on the varslty hockey and Jv basketball
teams Easy gomg and dependable Bobby has been
a representative to the Student Board a promlnent
Egure m Phi Gamma and a loyal alto ln the Glee
Club We are lookmg forward to reading her news
paper column some day m the future
Take It easy'
the ballet enthuslast of our class IS also
one of our Fmest muslclans A dlllgent student Bea
nevertheless IS always able to find txme for any
worthy cause Her efforts made the Plant Table a
supporter of h r favorlte club
Face the muszc
a glrl with a sparklmg personallty and
eyes to match has long been an important spoke
ln our class wheel The Junior varslty hockey and
basketball teams have profited from her sklll ln
athletxcs Not content with partlcnpatxon ln sports
alone Merry has channelled some of her enthu
slasm mto other aCtlVltlCS The capable clrculatxon
manager of the Adelpluan she has also worked hard
for the Extenslon Socxety Bazaars We understand
that lately she has become a member of the Cornell
Friendship chanty and loyalty
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whose pralses can be adequately ex
pressed only by the use of a golden pen has been
a great source of entertainment for the past ten
years His line voice has made hlm an outstanding
member of the Glee Club and has won hlm the many
operetta leads which he played so deftly He IS a
member of the Adelphzan literary staff edltor ln
chlef of the Adelplnc and secretary treasurer of
Alpha Phl Famous for hxs musical and tricky an
nouncements Bobby operates our school movies
for us and IS known to be an avid stamp collector
Now he belongs to the ages'
our Lorelei for the past elght years has
been bewltchmg us wrth her beauty brams and
musical talent A presldent of the Jumor Student s
League m the lower school Arlen was elected to
the Students League rn the hlgh school and has
served as a cheerleader and a worker for the Vic
tory Bank and as a member of the Extension So
cxety Arlen mtends to study educatlon and chlld
psychology at Wheaton
Live love thmk pray and dare
TOVA L HELLERMAN
has attamed a Fme scholastxc record these
past four years A loyal Adelphlan she IS a con
sclentlous worker She belongs to the DISCUSSION
Club and especially excels m llterature as many a
page of the Adelphzan will show Tova hopes to
enter Vassar We know she w1ll do as well there as
she has here at Adelphi
Do It better yet'
though an honor student has found time
for -'many extra currlcular act1v1t1es durmg her four
years at Adelphi In her semor year she has played
varsxty hockey and basketball ln addition to holdmg
Ph1 Gam together as thelr presldent RCCIPICHX of
the Elmira Key Nettle was our honored head glrl
ln h r Junlor year We all feel that she w1ll be a
true repres ntatlve of Adelphl when she reaches
With malice toward none with charzty for all
amazed Mr Cayne and the rest of the rldmg group
by his uncanny horsemanshlp He IS the semor rep
resentatlve to the Student League a brother of
Delta Theta and an enthuslastxc member of the
Electronics Club A popular fellow Al mtends to
go to Syracuse where he wlll study lumber ad
A strenuous life'
Adelphl s best known humornst has
been wlth us for four years Secretary of Delta
Theta Rlck has lent us a helpmg hand m sports
and the bazaars and has added h1s lusty voice to the
programs of the Glee Club His good nature and
spontaneous wxt make hlm the lxfe of every party
and wzll prove valuable assets m the future'
Food will wm the war Don t waste lt'
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-our class "Mr. Lucky"-has always
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has definltely become one of the boys
though he only came to us m his semor year A
trlple threat George qulckly establxshed h1s pro
ficlency in sports playmg football baseball and
basketball Smce he wants to be a man m whlte
he expects to study lTlCd1C1I'lC at Wesl yan Wlth
h1s pleasant manner and well rounded personalxty
George xs certain to be a success
Although he IS silent he speaks'
has quietly been an mtegral part of Adel
ph1s actlvxtxes smce first grade A llttle thmg like
a cold never kept Esther from commg to school
Llbby and Mrs Morehouse to send her home agam
An able halfback on the Jv hockey team and an
actlve member of the Extenslon Socxety the Glee
Club and O K B Esther wants to be a nurse Its
our guess that a lot of patlents are gomg to want
their pulses taken
The first twelve years are the hardest
IS an all round Adelphlan wlth good marks
athletlc abxllty and a general mterest 1n all school
domgs Smce her freshman year Carole has con
tributed much to th fame of our school teams A
ardent member of the hockey tennis and basketball
teams she has won both Jv and varsity letters
Hopmg to become a Spamsh lmgulst she IS lookmg
forward to entering Middlebury next September
We do our part
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though it often took the combined efforts of Mr.
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a newcomer to our class she has com
pleted high school ln three years Desplte all this
extra work Ellm has mamtamed honor grades
WhlCh entitled her to Cum Laude membershxp
Ellm was the able goalle of the varslty hockey
team and a deft forward on the basketball Hoor
She mtends to study med1c1ne at Radcliffe where
we re sure shell continue her excellent record
Over the top'
has been president of our class many txmes
durlng his twelve years at Adelphl Doug xs treas
urer of Delta Theta and vxce presldent of the senior
class Hopmg to study lnvestment bankmg at
Brown or Dartmouth h1s conslstent attalnment of
honors should help hlm achxeve the goal Regular
entries m the tardy book testlfy to Dougs excep
tlonal fondness for wrltten work
Hold the fort' Im commg'
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has charmed us all wlth her sweet smcerlty
Pat worked like a Trojan to make the Greetmg
Card Table at the Mardl Gras a Fmancnal success
and has malntamed good grades all year We know
that good fortune w111 attend our popular Pat m
any field she chooses to conquer
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a loyal Adelphlan smce first grade has
played on the Jv and varslty hockey teams and
ardently supported the Extenslon Society of whrch
sh rs president thls year No day would be com
plete wrthout one of Susres earnest appeals for
donations for one of her worthy organlzatrons A
member of O K B and the Glee Club she plans to
go to Bates and prepare for work ln rellgrous edu
Glve until it hurts'
our promoter of the good nelghbor polncy
for four years has charmed the entrre school wlth
her magnetlc personallty Member of the llterary
staH of the Adelphrc and a dllrgent typrst for the
Adelphzan Mldge has also been a wrllmg worker
as co charrman of the Parcel Post table at our
bazaars She intends to maJor rn English at college
where she wlll certamly continue to be the center
My frzends can do no wrong'
for four years has vlgorously partrclpated
rn the 3CtlVltlCS of the Student League the sports
teams both basketball and hockey and the Glee
Club Although a very busy socral lrfe takes up
qurte a bxt of her time she has also managed to
lead the cheer leaders be presldent of the class and
treasurer of Phr Gamma She rs particularly out
standmg for her spectacular lmdy and Hoddy
The good neighbor'
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came to us from S910 s Mllytary Axiad
wbge he yeh a trophy for eymg Durmg
hrs three y at Aqplphl Larry,has been actxve
enms s nd bow11ng4!nd has taken part
ln the mm lub This ear Larry was the
typing an proofread e tojoi the Adelphia
work 1nto which he entered Wlth hls customary
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our candidate for future Journallstxc
honors-1s well on her way to success in her chosen
career through her work as edltor m chlef of the
Adelphzan and staff member of the Adelphzc
Active ln sports and school affalrs Ruth IS secre
tary of the Extensron Society belong to both the
Dramatlcs Club and the Glee Club and also finds
tlme to wleld a mean hockey stuck
Hitch your wagon to a star'
IS Adelphx s threat to Helen Hayes promx
nence on the stage She IS an efiicxent typxst for our
school publlcatlons but prefers to spend the major
part of her t1me ln the Dramatlcs Club Marllyn a
petlte and charmmg addltlon to our class can
always be seen wearmg the most becommg fashlons
"We study that we may serve '
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IS the pr1de and Joy of the Adelphran and
Adelphlc art staffs and edxtor of both Her covers
and cuts for these publlcatlons show that she IS
well fitted for her chosen career lllustratmg and
de lgnmg Vlvlan played on the hockey team dld
decorations for the Mardl Gras represented the
semor gurls on the Student Board and ln her Junlor
year was a cheerleader besides In her spare tlme
this decoratlve member of the class kmts the snap
plest palr of argyles we ever saw
Charge' And remember jackson'
Fort Hamxlton Hxgh Schools gxft to
Adelphl That school lost a valuable asset when
Shella left for she was taking a major ln muslc and
had been an actlve member of the busmess staff
of thelr school paper and of various sports clubs
both the Adelphlc and the Adelphzan were prompt
to take advantage of her mmble lingers Shella has
also gone m for dramatlcs and belonged to the
Deeds not words'
came to us m h1s Jumor year from Mid
wood High where he held the offices of class presz
dent and Student Councll Representative He was
also a member of the All Cnty Hlgh School Chorus
and hls line volce has been a great help m mam
tammg the hlgh standards of Adelphi s Glee Club
Bert wants to study lTlCdlCll'1C at the UnlVCfSlty of
Rochester Our wlshes for h s success go with him
Let us have peace'
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the Julret of our semor class possesses
bountlful generoslty good nature a soft volce
and Rlchard Mane IS a member of Phl Gamma
She intends to enter the nursmg professlon work in
which her gentle ways wlll prove mvaluable
Entanglmg allrances with none'
always ready wxth a wltty anecdote or
a choxce blt of lromc humor has provxded many
chuckles for everyone His popularity made hlm
the presldent of our class whlle hrs talent gamed
hxm the llterary edxtorshlp of thls yearbook R1v
aled only by hrs brother Jlmmy class of 46 Bob
IS a champ on the tennls courts Gifted and versa
t1le Bob cant miss success
The president cannot be dzsturbed'
has been a much lnked and much respected
Adelphlan for srx years Thls year as busmess
manager for the Adelphrc Sarah IS just addmg one
more actlvlty to her 11st She has travelled exten
slvely and rn her travels has collected many unlque
mmlatures Her plans for the future mclude gomg
to college and marrvmg a man luke her older
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IS the envy of her fellow classmen for her
abxllty to come up wlth a qulck answer to one of
M Johnsons brain teasers A member of th
J v basketball team Roberta IS also a notable horse
woman We hope she will keep that beaming smile
and good natured personality of hers throughout
her life work
I will not retreat a smgle meh and I wrll be
has become one of our favorlte classmates
though he has been wlth us only two years We can
always count on hls ready smlle and mtellrgent
comments We have reason to be glad his nature IS
so pleasant as h rs a crack rlfleman An lmpor
tant contrlbutor to the Adelphran Joe IS a much
travelled member of the class and hopes to study
busmess administration at the Wharton School
Praise the Lord and pass the ammumtronf
a leader of our class smce hls lirst day
at Adelphi Ed IS a two fold president having ac
cepted responsxblllty of dlrectmg both the Student
Board and Delta Theta Yet with all thls he has
still found tlme to manage both the football and
the basketball teams Last year he was the busy
busmess manager of the Adelphran Ed IS plannlng
to study vetermary medrcme at Cornell We are
ure the anlmals he treats will be as charmed by
him as we have been
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who IS affectionately known as Peppy
has been a zealous cheerleader a worker for the
Extension Soclety and a member of Phi Gamma
She has also belonged to the Glee Club and the
Art Club She hopes to go into merchandlslng
wlth the ultrmate mtentxon of becommg a buyer
and lf her taste ln her own clothes IS any mdlca
tlon she ought to be a great success We ll see you
rn Bonwlt Tellers Peppy'
What are we here for?
has a radxant goodness whlch expresses It
self ln her mdefatlgable efforts as chaxrman of varx
ous commlttees for the Settlement House Bazaars
thlng else she does For the past four years we
have been the fortunate reclplents of Audreys
supernatural ab111ty to ferret out every forthcom
1ng test and excltedly spread the alarm
one of our more energetlc semors dur
mg the three years he has been at Adelphl has
gone out for baseball football and basketball A
staunch supporter of all school actxvxtles Nat
proved hrs usefulness at this years Extenslon So
c1ety bazaar Nat IS headed for Ohio Wesleyan
Though he has not yet declded upon hrs lxfe work
we are sure he wlll do well ln any held he choos s
He serves Ins patty best'
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has been glvmg us all mferlorlty complexes
for eleven years what wxth hxs knowledge of law
rallroads French and Just about everything else
In addition to memorlzmg the encyclopaedia Dlck
has found time to play volleyball soccer and Jv
basketball smg ln operettas and the Glee Club
work on the Vlctory Bank and help the Extenslon
Soclety He mtends to prepare for a caree m law
at Columbia or Harvard
I would rather be nght than be presxdent'
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THROUGH THQ AQNZMJ K- I
Most Popular ED STEWART and BETTIE MITCHELL
Most Bashful ALEX HOLLAND and CAROL ANNABLE
Most Athletlc JOHN DOUGLASS and CAROLE LEVENTHAL
Best Looking ROBERT BENFARI and ARIEN HAUSKNECHT
Cutest JOHN DOUGLASS and IRENE MENDELSON
Best Natured RICHARD KAISER and ANNETTE I-IEZINGER
Most Musical ED STEWART and BEATRICE FRIEDMAN
Most Sophisticated JOE STAVENHAGEN and IRENE MENDELSON
Best Dressed ROBERT BENFARI and MARILYN ROGOVIN
Most Dramatlc LARRY NATHAN and MARILYN ROGOVIN
Biggest Fllrts RICHARD BROSNAHAN
and ARIEN HAUSKNECHT
Smartest RICHARD WEISSMAN and CAROL ANNABLE
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OR TWELVE YEARS the 1llustr1ous class of 48 has been treadmg
a path of fame to graduation Many of those who started wxth us 1n the
first grade changed to dlfferent treadmllls but others took their places and
helped our happy throng reach the1r present helghts of attamment
What fun It IS to remember our early years' Under the Inspired gu1d
ance of Mlss Otls we made and operated a store and post office In th1rd
grade we put on our first pageant a lavlsh extravaganza whlch would be
the envy of Cecll B DeM1lle Thls was an Amerlcan Indlan productlon
ln which we sewed our own be frmged and wampumed costumes ground
corn w1th a mortar and pestle made a bark wlgwam and composed songs
whlch we sang leapmg around a cerernomal fire before the eyes of our
startled parents Then 1n fourth grade we nearly enbalmed our teacher ln
an elaborate Egyptlan tomb CThe tomb was really the cloakroom whlch
we transformed by palntmg authentlc hleroglyphlcs on the wallsj The
fourth grade was also a theatrlcal year memorable for the masterplece
Sokar and the Crocodzle and our part ln The Seven Dwarfs In the fifth
grade there was an event which foreshadowed the mcomparable Adelphxc
of 48 Our class sent forth its first Journallstlc efforts ln the form of a
lxterary magazlne whlch had wide clrculatlon fWell among our parents
anyway'J That was the year of the Renalssance We dressed as knlghts
and ladles forged ornate shlelds and fiashmg sabers of burnished card
paper The Gllbert and Sulllvan operettas started the next year and for
many years three of our number had solo roles whlle the rest of us caroled
merrlly 1n the chorus as japanese gentlemen Brltlsh sallors and Arcadlan
courtlers All these ventures were pronounced hlghly successful
Our soclal studles projects wxth Mrs johnson taught us much that
we were to Fmd very useful ln reports for Mr Cayne Mlss Corcoran Mlss
Palmer and Mr johnson When we reached the exghth grade we complxed
w1th trad1t1on and graduated About thls t1me our unsympathetlc elders
were go1ng around w1th superlor youll find out smlles announcmg
You now cease to be blg frogs ln a lxttle pond and become llttle peepers
ln a large one We soon dlscovered as awed freshmen that thls was very
true but gradually began to hop about as gally as the blg frogs
As sophlstlcated sophomores we established a place of respect xn the
eyes of the upper classmen by glvmg a Wham bang Sophomore Hop and
our members supported substantlally Mr Llbbys Glee Club the athletlc
teams and the honor roll Thrs was also the year of our first theater ven
tures Our xntroductlon to Shakespeare was As You Lzke It after which
we really went Shakespearlan trooplng en masse to The Tempest and
The Junior year brought source themes but through this vale of
tears there shone the hope of becomlng that exalted all powerful belng
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forms and essays wrltten dur1ng the depression we drowned our sorrows
m a Llvmg Verse
Havlng found the theater excursxon a source of pleasure for all we
attempted It agam as Jumors Nothxng could have appealed to us more than
Ingrld Bergman 1n joan of Lorrame Many of us st11l look back on It as
a very speclal event of our llves We also enjoyed Henry V and State of
the Umon and at the same t1me obtalned a lot of knowledge the pleasant
Our last year has brought us Amerxcan hlstory reports a senlor toplc
Chaucer and other such trlals but we ve kept a stlff upper 11p Cstlff from
fear of those final examslj Havlng behaved IH the studxous and royally
dignified manner wh1ch becomes an Adelphl senlor Clt serves as an mspxra
t1on to the underclassmen you know J we are about to graduate We leave
behmd forever sad sweet memorles unsat sllps and study hall detentlons
To all those who have suffered Wlth and for us namely our teachers
prxnclpal and our headmaster we leave battle scars and gratltude We
pass on wxth the sure knowledge that we have glven to them such varled
experlence that the future can hold for them nothmg new or astonlshxng
IN MEMORIAM HOLLIS SPOTTS
Smce the begxnnmg of llfe It has taken the best men
to establlsh ldeals prlnclples and foundatlons on wh1ch the
condxtlons and standards by wh1ch we lxve are set up Babe
Spotts was a man of pr1nc1ple and ldeals belxevmg ln respect
loyalty and honesty as the symbols of manhood Through h1s
ct1ons speech and command he has set an example for us
the men of tomorrow to follow Hls sportsmanshxp persever
ance and d1l1gence ln carrylng 1nto effect those thmgs wh1ch
he so strongly upheld have been mstllled 1n us and though
he IS no longer w1th us physlcally h1s Splflt w1ll prevail
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the rule For four years we have worked hard under the kmdly dlrectxon
of our teachers findlng them always w1l11ng to help us often more anx1ous
for our good than we were ourselves We only hope that they llke us half
as much as we llke them' One thxng we know we shall remember them
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activities and have often come out on top We feel certain that they will
be as loyal to the school as we have tried to be We even envy them a
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siasm, energy and talent. Its members manage to "hold the line" and "make ar:-if-,4 .,lf.f'6'
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all extra-curricular activities and their class parties are justly famous. We
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Although there are few boys to choose from,
Adelphi has managed to muster a group of daunt-
less and spirited players who have fought loyally
against overwhelming odds. Amazingly enough,
despite our limited numbers, the Adelphi football
team scored the most points against Horace Mann.
Not a bad record!
Adelphi's basketball team was received this year
with increased enthusiasm. They began the season
by defeating the First team they played against.
Although they were handicapped by their insufficient
height, they counteracted this difficulty by their true
Tennis is one of the more popular fair weather
sports, One need not be a member of the varsity to
enjoy this wonderful game, as is proven by the large
number in our school who participate. Energy and
enthusiasm are not lacking when these fellows take
to the courts.
Although bowling is not a traditional sport at
Adelphi, the introduction of this activity this year
met with great success. So great was the number
who flocked to the alleys that some of the alleys
were used by six or eight people at once.
Inspired by their new coach, Miss Cooke, the
girls hockey team started the season with a game
with Birch Wathen. This outlet for feminine ener-
gies has become an example, par excellence, of tra-
ditional Adelphian spirit. Defeats and victories are
soon forgotten-fellowship lasts forever!
So accurate .
they wear a hole in the basket.
Although Adelphi has no share in the Kentucky
Derby, it could offer some fine entries, for agility,
grace, beauty and skill all go to make a winning con-
testant. Once every week the girls go out for a trot
in the park. This serves as beneficial exercise, lim-
bers up the muscles and develops an insatiable
Adelphi's oldest fraternity, Alpha Phi, goes out
of its way to further the traditions of the Academy.
Admitted in 1890, its members have since then
graced the honor rolls, literary staffs and teams. A
glance at this year's "frat" Finds it represented in all
PHI GAMMA SIGMA TK
Unique for their versatility. these girls are all
out for dear old Adelphi Academy. They defend her
name by adding their talents to her numerous activ-
ities. You'll always find them wending their way
with smiling faces.
DELTA THETA io! 1
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Delta Theta was originated in Adelphi in 1896.
Through the years the names of many of its mem-
bers have appeared on the honor roll and on the list
of athletic awards. Though all but one of the old
"brothers" will soon be gone, the new members will
This group of enthusiastic Adelphians enters
into almost all the school activities. We find them
on the honor lists, in sports, leading the Extension
Society and working hard on the Adelphian and
Adelphia staffs. They played a spirited part in
engineering the successful Fratso dance this year.
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Th1s organlzatlon contrrbutes to VQFIOUS worthy
causes with whxch our school 1S concerned Besides
runnlng the annual bazaar and several other func
tlons lf annually plays Santa Claus to the needy
at Chrlstmas Adelph1 can well be proud of th1S
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This is the First year since the 1920's that Adel-
phi has had a choral reading club. Under Miss
Palmer's able guidance, this vowel-slinging, meter-
minded group spends every Thursday afternoon
chanting "songs without music." We hope that some
day they will give a performance in assembly.
In "plane" English, this club has been hammer-
ing its way to success. No one "foresaw" that this
group "wood" get down to brass tacks. Under Mr.
Williams, the various members do their "level"
best and have an opportunity to make use of their
The discussion club consists of a group of
students who are interested in important political
and international questions. They argue the ques-
tions back and forth, and though they seldom reach
a conclusion, they have a lot of fun and gain a lot
Buck Rogers is small change compared with
the Electronics group. Although we do not expect
another atomic bomb to be produced under Mr.
Gaul's supervision, still we advise one and all to
stay clear of room 86 during club periods. Judging
from the weird contraptions scattered around up
there, the members must be having a marvelous
The Art Club, aslde from functioning merely
for amusement and improvement, also serves a
practical purpose. Its members illustrate the Adel-
phian and can always be counted on to design clever
posters for coming events.
Although we don't know what this busy group
is rehearsing, we are eagerly awaiting their final
production. The curiosity of the staff has been
greatly piqued by the sight of members mysteri-
ously flying around with wet rags and by the inter-
mittent arrival of huge cans of paste, accompanied
by the demand, "Open this!" at the most incon-
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assembled and soon the halls resounded wlth
Strange Muslc Eventually the group grew so
large that Mr Llbby ln order to facllxtate manage
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ln the tradxtlonal Thanksgxvlng and Chrlstrras Day
ceremonies It has also enhanced graduatlons and
other OCCHSIOHS Wlth ltS splendld performances
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With the help of much
diligent effort on the part of
the staff, and continuous ap-
peals for contributions, this
worthy publication makes its
appearance four times an-
nually. Crammed between
its commas are choice bits
' of the best of Adelphi's lit-
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Editor-in-Chief ' "
ROBERT GIBB , 1
Literary Staff . ' . 1
ROBERT SELEY: Editor
Betsy Badger I -
Arien Hausknecht '
Douglas Ludemann '
Ruth Richardson '
Edward Stewart U
Richard Weissman '
Photography Editor f
Vivian Rohde 4
Sarah Silver ,
Typing and Proofreading
Lawrence Nathan: Editor
Miss Isabel Corcoran
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
YEARBOOK blography IS llke a dedlcatlon on a tombstone about
whlch an Orlental phllosopher once remarked after wandering through the
graveyards and readmg the mscrlptlons K1ll all the l1v1ng and resurrect
the dead Thls year we expect the usual quota of those who w1ll be d1s
satlsfied w1th the1r representatron ln the yearbook To those people we can
only say Don t take lt too hard Thls book does not express a final Judg
ment but merely of necesslty refiects the dlfferent moods 1n whlch the
staff was found when Wfltlflg the 1nd1v1dual blographles
To round out thls comment we have decided to g1V6 a frank play by
play report of how the llterary part of the yearbook came 1nto bemg
We doubt lf you ll be surprlsed
Our work began w1th the wrltlng of the Foreword At that t1me we
were hesitant neophytes and so after many laborlous hours lmbued wlth
the rdea of mjectmg the tradltxons of Adelphl lnto our work we achxeved
a first draft as ponderous and full of detall as the Constitution of the
Then havmg exhausted our pent up energy we fell mto the self
confident lethargy common to yearbook staffs whxle the deadlme IS st1ll
far far away Durmg thxs perxod of dellghtful mdolence we started to
wr1te the blographles Here we ran lnto dlfficultles Dlfiiculty No 1 We
were at a loss to find words whlch would not be corrected Dlfficulty
No 2 Some people have Just done more than others during the1r four
years 1n hlgh school In trymg to solve th1s difficulty the staff h1t upon
no method by whlch the wrlte ups of these people could be made as long
and compl1mentary as those of the1r more energetlc classmates
The llttle comments whrch you w1l1 find at the end of your blographles
were taken from famous Amerlcan quotatlons They were meant to be
characterlzxng Slnce however thexr source 1S history and they are 1m
mortal you can look upon them as laudatory lf you 1ns1st and are the
Our most enjoyable moments were spent upon The Teachers Page
and The Senlor Reflector Durlng the wrltlng of these pages we had
many opportunltles to set down br1ll1ant w1tt1c1sms about practlcally every
body You may be sure that we took advantage of our opportumtles w1th
shouts of glee but our valor havmg been rubbed out by our advlsers
dlscretxon the world and the rest of Adelphl w1ll never know how funny
we can be
We have one more confesslon to make Thls revelatory article occuples
the space whlch we had orlglnally asslgned to an edrtorxal to be entltled
The Senlor Spotllght Due to the staff s obvlously congemtal dlSlI1CllI'la
tlon to work the artlcle never got wrltten Probably lt IS just as well
And now havlng let you ln on the secret of how our part of the year
book was produced we feel that there IS nothlng more to say We suspect
there lS room for lmprovement but t1me IS runnlng short and though lt
IS w1th great reluctance we are compelled to lay down our pens Our
work IS done
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HEN, IN 1944, we came to Adelphi as freshmen, we considered the
four y-ears before us an eternity in which we would have immeasurable
time to fulfill all our ambitions Now that the four years are spent we
realize with some regret that we have all made mistakes Most of us feel
that better scholastic records might have been attained and that our ac
complishments mlght have been more numerous and more commendable
However these things are behind us now and the past cannot be altered
With our graduation this episode in our lives will come to a close never
to be reopened except perhaps as cherished memories in the dim and un
The Movmg Fmger wntes and havmg wut
Moves on nor all thy P1ety not W1t
Shall lure It back to cancel half a Ime
Nor all thy tears wash out a word of If
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JAHN 8 CDLLIER AGAI
T e slogan that s laaclzecl y genu ne goo ness 1n
qua ty an servlce t e result of 46 years success
expenence 1n t e year oo sz 16
We 11111 rea SatlS actlon 1n p easlng you t e year
130012 pu llslzler as we as your p otograp er an
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THE SAVINGS BANK OF BROOKIYN
FULTON STREET AND DE KALB AVENUE BROOKLYN I NEW YORK
BENSONHURST 86 SI d 19A FLATBUSH A e J nd Co ey Isla dA e
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION
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Brooklyn New Yorlc
FU I STREET, BROOKLYN my
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offers an unbroken course from fhe pre school lo college
The academsc +rammg under a slrong feaclwlng force
ensures adequale preparahon for college and 1'l1e exfra
curricular achvlhes a'rl'1lel'lc social and phnlanflnroplc
are desugned +o broaden and deepen +lxose ol'l1er fine
m+anglble quallhes wluclm go fo malce up +l1e lruly well
educafed man and woman
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Expor+ers and Forengn Represen+a+nves
T52 WEST 36'rIw STREET
New York C N Y
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Meei' Your Friends
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NEW YORK 7 N. Y.
Any in for Girls
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TO THE GIRLS OF THE CLASS OF 48
Keep your hes wn+l1 Adelphi close as +l1e years go by Joan +l1e
Assocuafe Alumnae Help make Adelphn s+ronger
THE ASSOCIATE ALUMNAE
OF ADELPHI ACADEMY
TRABULSI TEXTILE COMPANY
387 FOURTH AVENUE
FULTON NOSTRAND REALTY
Supreme Imhng CO ANNAS BEAUTY SALON
4I MURRAY STREET
UNIVERSITY TAI' OR SHOP
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OLDSMOBILE MOTOR CARS
760 BEDFORD AVENUE
ARGULS FUEL CORPORATION
762 PARK PLACE
Brooklyn N Y
LEO HARF and SON
Gveelmgs Class ol 48 l AN
Qu: lwopes are all for you
We re WlSlTlV'lQ you llwe besl ol luck
In eyeryllwmq you do
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LOU S SERVICE STATION
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LADIES AND CHILDRENS KNIT UNDERWEAR
330 FIFTI-I AVENUE
New YQIIQ CIW
SYLRAY NDERWEAR CO SAKURA MILLS
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Brookym, New York
Peerless Paln'r and
205 PLYMOUTH STREET
FOX SEWING MACHINE
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NA AI 29 JOHN
21 MANHAIIAN AVINUI
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Call and Delivery
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Br'0,IcIyn, New YcurI4 I
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CLASS of 49
COLLINS 81 TAYLCR Carroll Pharmacy
Plumbing and Heahng Comlracfors Wa Deliver
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NA ICK SIPE
and Mrs Harry I-Iellerman
Mr and Mrs NaI'I1en Deuflk
BREMER BROS INC
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DOTTY S LUNCHEONETTE
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P27 SIE. w PLACE
Bwrw N. Y.
The'ra Kappa Be+a Phu Gamma Sigma
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395 5595 Beg ishes
365 Ishes Bee ishes
EWEN X RAY CO
26I FIIZTI-I AVENUE
New York CIW
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RICHARD C KAISER
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CATON TENNIS COURTS
CATON d M ONAID AV INULS
PLAZA RADIO SHOP
II NEWKIRK PLAZA
6I6 EAST Ibfh STREET
LV 9 6967
CARL L VOOSEN
828 MANHATTAN AVENU
METTLER S JEWELERS
8?I MANHATTAN AVENUE
B y 22 N Y
Mr and Mrs
Edward S Silver
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B E N O F S K Y S COMMERCIAL STATIONERS
The Sfore of Ea Thousand News
EXCLUSIVE DRESSES 0 .C Eqmpm H+ p,.,,+.,.q
RADIO and ELECTRIC
a Ios Te evlsfon Recor
and Mrs Sydney R Marks
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I3esI Wnshes Io Ihe Class of 48 UDELL SHO: INC
Mr 8: Mrs C Kaiser
FREY 81 HEZING-ER
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794 NOSTRAND VHNJE
ANDERSON 8: SON Inc
7I7 7I9 MANHATTAN AVPNIII
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I54 SEVENTH AVENUE
and Mrs Herman Orberg
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Hollywood Shoe Polish
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CLASS of 5I
GRILLOS SEA FOOD CENTER FORMAN 31 KAPLAN
WHOLESALE za RETAIL WSURANCE
BULKLEY 81 HORTON CO
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Mr and Mrs Max Klemfelcl
Rodneys Hair Dresslng
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COHEN S DAIRY
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HELP YOUR RED CROSS
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FRED W GREITE
POULTRY 81 GAME
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Manufaciurers of SI'nrI's
267 EIETH AVENUE
Sfevenson 8: Marsiers nc
373 TULTON STREET
KOBELL 81 MAZOR
IQ27 CHURCH AVENUI
ARTCRAFT PHOTO STUDIO
707 NIOSTRAND AVENUE
BROOKLYN MUSIC SHOP
773 NOSTPANID AVENUE
LAMB S PHARMACY
130 CLINTON STREET
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