Albany Academy - Cue Yearbook (Albany, NY)

 - Class of 1950

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Today we are malung a franslhon Today marhs our accepfance Info adulT socIeTy ln all The yeslerdays we can remember we have been prepared In anhcupa hon of Thus lransmon From Thus momenl' we musf prepare ourselves for The fuTure We and The oThers of our generahon are To be enTrusTed wITh The fufure of manlund The world and :Ts fufure wall be ours To change ours To mold The formal Transuhon from adolescence To adulfhood means noi' only whaf IS To us d0llCIOUS freedom our personal Independence If means also The necessufy for self dascnplme and decnslon. We are, every one of us gomg on To furfher preparahon for The responsnbnlnhes Thaf wull presenfly be ours Affer Thus day we musT declde how we should InTegraTe our lwes To bed prepare for The fufure and dIscIplIne ourselves To luve up To our own declslons. HnTherTo our lnves have been governed for us, accordmg To The ludgmenfs of our elders To meef The requlremenfs of socaefy Henceforfh we musf plof our own courses defermme our own acTIons We wall have fo qccepf and fulfill our own responslbllnhes The fundamenfal TGSPODSIBIIITY of any man. of every man IS To hlmself Buf no man should be selfish enough To assume Thai' he owes TTIIS responslbululy To hus person A man IS measured by whaT he sTands for The greaTer The concepT for whlch he sfands The greafer IS The measure of The man Our InsTrucTors aT The Albany Academy Idenhfy Themselves wnfh manlund They have dedIcaTed Thenr lwes fo The enrlchmenl' of our csvnluzahon by The develop menf of youfh These men have assumed The Task of equuppmg us wITh The Tools of InTeIlIgence By precepT and example They have lflilllled In us a respecT for man and for The Inshfuhons of his socaefy They have nurTured In us dlscernlng mlnds and They have Taughf us mTellecTual mTegrITy The courage a man needs To be honesf wITh hnmself and To be True To hamself and To has Ideals Our parenfs have Idenfnlled Themselves wrlh The fufure Our presence aT Thus Commencemenl' IS The evidence of Thelr falfh In Thzs fufure As our msTrucTors have provnded us wnfh The Tools for The faslm ahead our parenfs have glven us The goal Twey have shown us where and how To sfrlve offer The good In llfe Now as we sfand on The Threshold of manhood we musT declde for ourselves whnch responslbullhes we wzll assume and wluch concepTs we well accepf LeT us reallze 'rhaf from now To el'ernITy we musl' decide We are enTerIng a world Tha? hes In The balance beTween a caraclysmnc war and an era of unprecedenTed peace and prosperdy If we are To engoy The pravrhges of a free world we shall be obluged To lwe up To The responsIbIlITIes of our democracy lf we are To have peace we musT wage The sfruggle for peace wITh wssclom and wrlh msIghT Obvnously man was noT seT on earTh an order To desTroy hrmself On The confrary has was a deshny of elevahon ulhrnafely of perfechon So lef us sfand for The haghesf concepf of human socIeTy ln Thus new world we are To share lel' us ndenhfy ourselves wlfh The fuTure of manlund Pefer Haslzel Ferber . - I . 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Bvst known in thc Aczidcniy for thc "Old Academy Song" for which hc composcd thc lyrics, Bcnct was zncclaimcd lHll'I'IllltlOI1lllly as a Pulitzvr Prizc poet, Associate Editor of "Thv Saturday Rcvicw of I.itc-raturm-", and thc Secretary of the Amcrican Acadcmy of Arts and Scii-nccs, It B xvhh thc grcauwt conhdcncc that wc vokc our bchcf that du'ixu1ry of lN'illia1m Row Bcnct will long continue as 21 Sourcc of pridc to tht- school :incl :ls miinqnnuhnitothox whoivudit Softly the moonlight bathes her old walls Softly the night breeze stirs through her Proudly she stands on the hilltop above Hail, dear Academy, School that we love 2 Softly the moonlight bathes her Sadly our footsteps High o'er the Hudson, Our Alma Mater ,W A Vfw 1 , ,119 .3 f as iam LW, N 4 ,. Q fx A ,:.,i H5 , W ,ii Kin.. fs, if ga g I H- I' . ,,w-.- N if S4 yfif"H3k, 'xx I Mr. Carl J. Easfon "JUST AS THE TWIG IS BENT THE TREE'S INCLINED," WE, THE EDITORS OF THE I95O CUE, CAN FIN TO MISS KERMETH AND MR EAST D NO BETTER WAY TO EXPRESS OUR GRATITUDE ON, WHO DID THEIR UTMOST TO GUIDE IIEI A 2555? Miss Amy KermeIh US THROUGH THE AWKWARD YEARS IN PREPAR FUTURE, THAN TO DEDICATE TO THEM THIS YEARBOOK OUR LABOR, IN A MEAGER BUT SINCERE GESTURE OF THANKS FOR THEIR GREAT SERVICE ATION FOR A DIFFICULT , THE FRUITS OF :a3"5-:f.friii,IE':-!".2z.2.f::.. " ' . I sfff ia -'-'r:ZL:.,fr:f'- A..,.xi-'2w:52f.E,!?,E5 IE- , . . .' - . , ,:. fE','Ijf.:5i "': - f - 1,1-:ai S-'fag-f.:::: se:- :. , ,- :..:er1e:f :' 2. " ,um ' K 1 41 , 552 ,Q Q. R. f":::1:','. ' ,I KL, A' ' - I3-:. :: '. 5:2 :Z-- :,.f -:I p q.. Wfgmf 35393 , 'I -ff. F W6 ' ?i""5 I HSN. 7" I-Q S- NMA' W-?iqnPI e"55 f 752Yr5,,-1 rf' I J V T- 0 ' I 'I Q f . ' I ,A - , , 4. 5 , wh e T .N 1 V . N, , , . , X ,M , A . ' f mi:-3'?f5i?i?l3?tr I ' - I I .ip Q55fE+.jf:1 -13 5' 1 QL 1 ,Neg J g . ' . 4 I I . A I x . If could be said ihaf recounling fhe lives of iiffy boys for a period of several years in fhe shorl' space of a yearboolc would be a formidable if nof impossible faslc. We of fhe "CUE" sfaff have found fha? fhe impossible falzes a liHle longer. All +hings vanish wifh +he passing of +ime: our youfh is noi' fo be considered an excepfion +o 'rhis rule. ln an endeavor lo preveni fime also from robbing us of fhe memories of our Academy years, we have fried io puf ihese memories in a Tangible form, memories of big fhings and of liH'le fhings, memories of days spenf logefher in work and nighfs spenf fogefher in play, memories of feef freading 'fhe well worn marble I of Academy slairs and memories of cleafed shoes digging info fhe furf of Academy fields. li is for you, our criiics, fo defermine lhe exieni of our success in fhis endeavor. W. T. B Facul+y Sensors Cadefs Muhfary A+hle+lcs Social IUNTENTS CU E FF ROBI-RT SIMON fiEORGE BARNARD WII.I.IAxI BEAVER FR!-ZIJ GI.AssIxRooR III:RIIr1RT Avousr Art and Sports Editor Iffmory Ifrllor Editor-in-Chief Pl10i0XQlflf1ll'1' and ,'l11Il1'7ii.Yi1l.Lf Algr Lilmorli' Ifflifllf' of 'I my Distrir Plufllufllrll lf.If'r'u 3532553 P 'A' I.-qs' fp if fy . GFORGF Sc HINIII.IiR EDWARD M. CIAMERON GEORGE COCKCROFT PIaTI-:R FIQRIIIQR AIARK Hr1I.I.I5R Subsrrzptxon Alglx Subsrriplion Illgr. 7.7'Ffl5ll7'F7 Literary Editor .-lsfl Photography Edzlor MR. EIxIoRv gl. FULLAYTOR . Farulty Advisin- jfxisilcs GARTIN . . . ...... -I ss!! Art Editor ROBERT CRAGO . .Advertising Algr. for Srlzvrzrctady Distrirt MICIIARI. SCIIURIG . . . ..... Exvciitzbv Assistant PATRICK CROWE ........ . Cartoon Editor Contributors Maivin Anderson Charles Barnes Peter VVeber Sheldon Dinowitz Anthony Fleishman Robert McHarg Cover Designed by ROBERT SIMON Herbert August joseph Gold Seth Towse Robert Barton Stephen Wanger Robert Terwilliger Heath Twichell George Schindler Solicitors Orville Elliot Gordan Ackerman james Gartin Sheldon Dinowitz Chester Edlund Robert Simon Frank Davenport Ronald Saxton Leon Mann Donald Calkins ,lohn Callanan Lawrence Ehrhardt Peter Ferber PRINTING 8: BINDING ......... ........... F ORT CRANGE PRESS, ALBANY. N. Y. PORTRAITS 8x CANDIDS ............ RUTH ANDRUS STUDIOS, ALBANY, N. Y. PHOTOENGRAVINGS AUSTIN EMPIRE ENGRAVERS, INC., ALBANY, N. Y. aww 1 1 SCU Cl.-NRL AI, EASTON fllrzeorzlrl .Nmrnnlj N12llht'IIlLllii'S E ,N F. MOWBRAY YELTIQ .X.B.: ABI.: Ph.D,: 'Primm' English tml! WILl,l.XIXI c:A BAxRRows. ,IK .X.I5. 'Ii mlzzrzgmrz mul l,f'f'f Euglixh ALFRED lx, S.-XBISLH B,P,E, fSp1ingfiFl1H Physivzxl Training GEORGE BRITTON HOLMES .'X.B, fI1vl'5lFj'l17ll .AXss1sTANT Hr1ADMAsT1eR SCic'm':- H Im llNiAsTl'.R HARRY E. P. MIiISI,,XHN HS. fP!f!11't'f07ll XM. F, NORTON CIQRTIS .X.H. K-SY1'I!l1ll.X6'J Sl'i1'IlL'l' !f.'nlur11bia,J 1-ARI. .14 srukv PILH. fl nmn! FI'l'IlL'l1 JOSEPH B. LINDSEY, JMB. fDlll17UOLlfh1 Gcrman and Latin ROBERT E. WARNER B.S. KStafe Teachers College, Pa.j Manual Arts and Art CAROLINE M. FOSS KNPM' fork State' Collvlqe' for TPnrherx2 Librarian Dl'1.'XR FMIULTY: W'e, who throughout our high sehool Careers have enjoyed the henefits of your instruetion, wish to express herein our gratitude for your efforts on our hc-half. We realize that it is a small enough thing to dvvote a few minutes of our time to 21 reeognition of a period of devoted and often thankless work, extending over a span of six years. But rest assured that your labors have not passed unheeded. To you, we are just one of a long procession of Classes to pass through the school: better than some, surpassed hy some. Others have preceded us, others will follow us. But we graduate only oncefwe Cannot go hack and start over -- six years of our lives have heen spent here whieh Cannot he re-lived. VVe will go our ways, hut a part of us will always remain here. We realize equally well that an irretrieyahle part of your lives has heen spent in educating us-- that you have imparted to every gradute of the sehool a little hit of yourselves. We have not forgotten this, nor will we soon forget it. Therffore, we wish to thank you for your help, your patienee, and your understanding. Nlost of all, we want to voice our appreeiation for the Contribution you have made to our livcs-- - a Contribu- tion whirh could not have been and eannot he duplicated hy' anyone else. Respeetfully, VIIIII-I CLASS OF 1950 WVILLIAM G. MORRIS fMa1'ylr11z1lj Physical Training ROBERT OLCOTT, II A.B.L AAI. fHarUarzlj Niatheniaties FACULTY GEORGE I. SAVAGE A.B. lTuf!5j French-Latin JAMES B. CIOLTON, QND A.B. fBou'd0inl Latin ALFRED CONYNE B.S.: M.Ed. fSpring15e1dj Physieal Training II. LAWRENCE MCEVITT AB. fT'l1lFjQ A.lNI. fffolumbiaj II istory THE F CULTY STEPHFW WEBBER fHarvardl lllnssarhuwtts Invlztufe 0 Terhnologyj NI xthvmatxci AMY RERNIETH BS Kfafnegze Instztulf 0 Terhnoloqyj B X flhrmznqham England! Enzlxsh L Il XRLFS I P TOWNSENID XB fI,nzonl Profcssor of Nillltarx Scnnrf- md TBCIICS Phxslcil Trunmg AINI. fNeu York Slate College VV FDC XR CLRIIS Nfus lfflllflllllllh Sl'0llll7lIll Xfllill FMERY -I. FULLAYTOR AB. fMnnhaIlanl or Tfnrheml English I AVID ff R1IDf'I,ICY PI .H. KB 0"1l1.-XM. lllrnbnr HARRY 0. SWETT HWY AB. lHHfUHfdj Edfwi. lVermonfj Rvading IIT i SILVER ICJDI i 'FRE emu. 4, oHlo 'KYO11 shall not prcss down upon thx' brow of labor this Crown of thorns! You shall not crurify man- kind upon 21 cross of gold!" Scenes Prom a SMOKE-FILLEII HUUM 4 S UFS 53211 .I o Q, Zia' 4 ? I Worl xou COOLIF9' I , xx K ' 1 ,t A ,4 -x., C 'Uh-glgf ":Xlc'u izlcta fist!" Thr' div is Cust! cl0l'1tlt'IllPIl, wc R .I march on mm. "Alas, poor Yorivk! I knvw liim, Horatio: a fellow of infinitv if-st . . . f ll X ,f , i 75 4 UCHIOI' Marvin Harold Anderson, Jr. Son of hir. and Mrs. Marvin H. Anderson of Troy, N. Y. I8 years, 3 months nhiunws ssBo0ze9a usvveden cslwia-in cshiarvss scAndyvv Comell 19-16 19-ll III FormiPrivate Co. B QCui- don Co thirty two Guard Mount, ,I.V. Foot- ball QLD Freshman Ba ketball QLD, Freshman Baseball QLD Cum Laude Certificate, President of Class Red Key thirty two Guard Mount Varsity Football QLD, Varsity Basketball QLD Varsity Track QLD, .l.V. Baseball Cum L'1udc Cr rtifieate, Student Coun- cil Representative Bc ck Literary Society. 1948 19-19 V Form Sergeant Co. A, thirty two ohn F Rathbone Medal, Co-Captain 'Ja i 1' 1 s 1947-19-1-8-IV Form-Corporal Co. A, 5 J - 8 Varsity Football QAll-Albany FullbackD , Varsity Basketball QLD, Varsity Track QAll Albany Shot-PutD, Cum Laude Certihcate, Student Council Representative, Beck Literary Society, Monette Medal, Union College Alumni Prize, Glee Club. 1949-1950-VI FormfMajor of the Bat- talion. Nlajors Medal, Captain Varsity Football QAll AlbanyD. Varsity Basketball QLD, Varsity Track Q.-X11-AlbanyD. Co-Chairman Officers' Ball Dance Committee, Glee Club, Cum Laude Society. Howard Patton Archer Son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Archer of Albany, N. Y. 18 years, 4 months lLBud!7 SkArCh79 Virginia fwlilitzlry Institute- l946-l947-fIII Forn1fPrivatc- Co. B Cflui- don Cul. thirty-two, Guard Mmmt. Soc'c't'r fI.l. FI'l'ShI'll2lIl Track KIA. 1947-l948+IV Form-Corporal of tliv Color Guard. Co. A. thirty-two. Varsity Soccer CLD. Assistant Xlzirlagvr Varsity Horkcy CLD. Varsity Track KIA. 9 IFHS-1949-'V Formf Corporal Co. B. thirty twv. Vznrriity S0c'cc'r CLP, NIIIDZIQCI' Hockcy CLQ Varsity Trzivk fLl. YY4irrvn Litvrnrx' Socivtv Typing Club. 4 4 l949-l930- VI Formf-Color Svrgcant. Var sity S0c'c'r'r CLD. llosvph Hvnry Club, .loscph He-nry Srivntinc' Society. Peter Brock Ashby Son of Mr. and Mrs. Gcorgc Ashby of Brookview, N. Y. I8 years, 6 months "Pete" "Ash" "Speed" St. Lawrence 1949 1910 VI Form PflN'1tC Co. A CGui- Varsity Baskvtbull QLD, Vanity Basvball QL I 20 I don CQQQ girty-two, Varsitg' Football CLJ, Varsity Track CLD, QAII-Albany, 2201. Ahh' Herbert Godfrey August, Jr. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert August of Troy, N. Y. I7 years, 2 months ..Hub,, ..Herb,, Colgate two, member of Prize Squad, Freshman Base- ball QLD, Freshman Swimming. Freshman Soc- cer, Red Key. l9+l-74948-lV Form-fPrivate Co. B. thirty- two, Guard Mount, .I.V. Bareball KLD. .I.V. Swimming, .I.V. Soeeer, Contributing Editor "F G? P". l948-l949f-V Form-fCorpor41l Co. C QCui- don Co.D, Vanity Tennis CLD, Typing Club, Contributing Editor "F 5' Pb, Contributing Editor "CZlE"',. 1949-19.30-VI Form+First Sergeant Co. C, Vanity Soeeer QLD, Varsity Hockey CLD, Var- Nity Tennis CLD. Dramaties Society, Glee Club, Contributing Editor -'C1lt',,, Delegate to Foreign Aflairy Meeting. Gflieers' Ball Dance Com- mittee. tl George Sibley Barnard, jr. Son of Mrs. Grace S. Barnard of Albany, N. Y. I8 years, 2 monlhs as Bugs" Syracuse 1946-I9-17-III Form-Private Co. B QGui don Co.D, thirty-two, Soccer QLD, Fresh rnan Track QLD. 1947-1948-IV Form-Private Co. A, thirty two, Guard Mount, Varsity Soccer QLD, Var- sity Track QLD, Contributing Editor NF 652 P" 1948-1949-V Form-Corporal Co. G QGui- don Co.D, thirty-two, Varsity Soccer QLD, Var l22 sity Track QLD, Contributing Editor "F C99 PH, Cum Laude Certificate, Typing Club, Delegate C.S.P.A. 1949-1950-VI Form-Sergeant Co. C, thirty- two, Varsity Soccer QLD, Co-Feature Editor "F S? P", Literary Editor "Cue", Gates His- torical Soeiety, Inter-Society Council, Knicker- boclrer .News Youth Reporter, joseph Henry Science Club. Charles Putnam Barnes II 9 Son of M1 and Wire John A Barnts of Albam N Y I7 years 9 months Chuck Charlle Chaz 191 1911 III Fmm P11 ltr Co B CNL11 don Co thxrtx txso C u'1rd Vlount F1CNl1l'Il 111 Football CLD VI1111f'ft1 F11 11111111 B1xk1tb1ll L Fra 11111111 B1 mb 111 Cum I 111d1 CCFUH C 1 SCICIITX o1C,11s X u1do11 Coj t1111tx two V ootb1l1 Y '1rx1tx Hoclxu I llllx KL C1 Liudc Cutlhr ICC C o11t11but111ff Fchtor F C P Member of XS 2111111 Llttmrx Socutx X 111c1tr V061 Fourth Form Pr1zt 19-18 1949 V Form Scrqtmt C, D C olbx 193 111tx txxo Stlql mts NI1d1l V Foot 21 L V1r1tx Hocku L IV Tcnms L C,11111 I Hudm Ccrtlhcatc Prx 1de11tofClaSs Con t11but111ff Ed1to1 F C P DIHIHHIICS Soclctx o111t Phx SCCICIITX oi XX 1r1cr1 L1ICY'lI'X Socxetx C 111 C,1ub H111 11d Alllllllll Prm L1t1n PFIZC 19111 1010 XI 1'or111 C1pt1111 C10 B ip IN1 XIII' 1tx 'lun Clllll l.4lL1Cll SQCICIIIX 11 Studtut C,our1c1l Co Ldltor If C P P1CN1dtIlI Drzxmmcb SOCICCQ o111t P1.1x C ltt Club Bliclxblrds uartet Co C1hz11r111111 Officers B111 Dancc Commlttcc Bttk Lxttmry Soc1etx 1 . l . B . , T ' I J .. .1 1. ,. ,6-. as '- r"1' '. Q11 t1",'- ', 'Q 'J - kg. . bll -1, ' '- 31 - f 2 1 1- 4 S Q 1 C 1- .-- Y C 1, 5 A 2 imll 'S I r."' Z lb .JL 'Dlx l, ni. 'N' .1 Q: . ' atg l"A'i 4' 'mg tj, "" L I' 2 ' '. I' j, 1947-19-181-JV 1:1m11 c:01Q,1m-111 co. D ' Q 1 f N A , , ' N' C ' 1G ' :A Q '.'.- ,I -If I l .'.7- -Y W -1 1' Y . -, 1 - r .- . ..,. , 1 - 1 A1111 '11 V o1"1-x' .1. z :- ' '1 IS . ., CU. IX. lu 1, 11111 1 X 1. H lx. 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SS 'l 53 .'-. 7 .gf 'L' y. . ",'- ' J. 1 I Y ' 1.1211 1 IVF f - '. . jfw f' I ' '7' 'A '- 11 , CI I.: 1 " 'fi'z1t1'. " ' -U P" '. ' L' ' V ' 3 ' j A f Q - 1949-19:'U-f-VI F I 1111, LW -1 P11 , Hd' " fi P1111 Sp1'1I1111g 111 51. IJ1-I1-- 8: rl- 1- - I 1 L. mm If Kutcninkg .gmf 5111-1111 JL y ' I Illi'-. ' KW. mws' , N' Ili.. -I ' ' -- -rg 4" IJI8-III. 1'1m1 uf -1 A ,1' 131' .' - ' H -- 1 R111 Q'-1: .1 '1 tu . 11 Allllf 'C1'1'tiH1':1t1'. 'IIr1':1111'1'1'11I'CIz1.J. PIL .l11,1'p I'I1' 1' S"' " CILI CVi'--P'1'.'i- ll t"I ' lf I ' "'F P9 P", 1'i',' SI1-gk' S I' I. B1-'k I,it1' aff S 1Ffi-- ' B' II I"i11:I1st. jose-1I H1'111'y S11' '1' Club 1'Vi1'11- . " ' ' - I Bruce Brcakell Brown Son of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben J. Brown of Loudonville, N. Y. I7 years, 2 months "Brownie" "B" 19-16-1947, Ill Form 'Private Co. CI, thirty two. Frcsbman Football CLQ. .I.V. Tvnnis QLW Red Kcy. I9-17-1948K IV Form' -Privatv Co. ll fGui Cornvll don Companyj. tbirty-two. -I.V. Football. Var- sity Hockvy. .-Msistant KIZIIILIQUI' Vanity Bast- ball FLQ. Contributing Editor "F P". 125 lfl'l8-l949- V Form ---f' Privatt' Co. B. thirty- two. Football QLJ. Varsity Hockey CLD Drarnaticx Club, Contributing Editor "F Pl' 1949-l950Y-YI Form-'Corporal Co. C thirty-two. Vanity Football. Varsity Hockvy fly. Assistant Managcr Varsity Track Bm-k l.it1'rary Sovivty. 'Iowpll Hvnry Sc'i1'nc'1 Club. Q CLD- Raymond john Cairns. jr. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond LI. Cairns of Albany, N. Y. 18 yerns, I0 months .4Ray,, Norwivb 1947-l948-IV Form Privato Co. A. thirty- two. Guard Nlount. Captain Football j.V. Basketball lm. .l.V. BM-112.11 41.3. mu-Q Literary Socin-ty. l9l8-l9Hl9- 'V Form P112 Co. A. tbirty-two, Guard Nfount. .'XlIl1'I'l4'llIl lwgion Mt-dal. Var- l26l sity Football CLQ. .l.V. Baxkctball QLJ, Varsity 'l'rac'k CLJ. Gates Litcrary Socivty, lloscph lla-nry Sl'll'Ill'C Club. 1949-l9.3flm-VI Forxnf--fSc-rgcant Co. A Cfluidon Col, Varsity Football CLD, Varsity limkvtlmll ll.j. Vanity Track QLD, Ulm' Club. Donald Lindsay Calkins Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Calkins of Cohoes, N. Y. I8 years, 3 months "Hooker" "Don" Knox 1947-19-l8f IV Form-Private Co. A, .l.V. Baskvtball, Gatos Litcrary Socivty, Glcc Club Basketball' 1949-1950-VI Form-Staff Corporal, Var- l9-l8-1949-V Form-Private Co, A, .l.V. sity Football CLQ, Glce Club, VarsityTrack CLD I27l ' ' - fdxmrd 'Nladlson Cameron, II 5011411 NI1 and Nils Cha lei B Lameron of Xlb nx IN X C 14111 111111 tmr x O I 1iIC O1 OO IU III N IU no X11 lll 4 1 If Jenn 8 monfhx 'lcd Cupcake Hohirt 1931 cl 1 Lo J V Tcmux CL Contrlbutlng Edl tn I' P Drmntlu Souctx Warrcn 1tCr 1rx S0411 tx 11114 XITSIIX Foot 1 CL Alumm cum I' L, P Cm1tr1but1nff Edxtor UF m 14 tx omt P IX Gnu Hlstorlca S 14 lt tx I 'N 1.446-, '- fIII F f1'11'. Co. C. "tg 411 '. . ' J, 1 ' ' '- . f'1a11 KI 1111. F14-5111111111 F t11.111 11.1. f"' N. 2 2 ', ' ' L' - 1ll'Nh 1 'l1L'IlI11 11.1. 5 f ' ' 1947-1918 IX' I"o1'r11---CIu1'11c1rg1l Cu. C. 1919'19511"VI Formsmld Lioutcnam CO' 1111- -1 -. Sil--f 1,I'f1f1C'1VIN'X 151111. 1.11 T1- 9-,Ml lS"3l .E ' , D111 1. . U r11x 111.1 1 121 1 U 7 - ' U UC 1 " 1,I'LlII12lI1l'N S " ' ' 1: 'L '. , " 1 19-12-151111 Y 1311111 S1'rQr':111t Co. C fllui- .R " - i S i i E 3 l l George Powers Cockcroft Son of Mrs. Donald G. Cockcroft of Elsrnere, N. Y. 17 years, 7 months ssceorgcvs Cornell 1946-1947-III Form-Private Co. D, thirty- two, Guard Mount, Silvcr ProHciency Bar Freshman Soccer, Freshman Baseball CLD, Treasurer of Class. 1947-1948-IV Form-Corporal Co. C, thirty- two, Guard Mount, Silver Proficiency Bar. Prize Squad, J.V. Bascball QLD. Secretary of Class. Cum Laudc Certificate. I29 1948-I9-19-V Forrn-Sergcant Co. B, Var- sity Soccer, J.V. Bascball CLJ. Basketball QLJ, Secretary of Class. Beck Literary Society, Cum Laudc Certificate. l949-l950- VI Form-lst Licutcnant Co. C, Varsity Basketball CLD. Varsity Soccer QLD. Varsity Bascball CLD. Sccrctary of Class, Trcas- urcr of "C114"', Cum Laudc. X . Harry Robert Crago, jr. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Crago of Schenectady, N. Y. I8 years, 3 months uBobs: Princeton 1946-19-1-7-III Form-Private Co. A. thirty-two, AI.V. Soccer CLD, Freshman Track CLD, Cum Laude Certificate, Colonial Daugh- ters Medal. 1947-1948-IV Form-Corporal Co. B, thirty-two, Varsity Soccer CLD, Varsity Track QLD, Cum Laude Certificate. Vice-President of Class, Beck Literary Society. 19-18-1949-V Form!Sergeant Co. B. thirty- two, Varsity Soccer CLD, Varsity Swimming, l30l Varsity Track QLj, fMedal for 2nd Place in 220 in the City Meetj, Cum Laude Certificate, Vice-President of Class, Typing Club, Beck Literary Society, Inter-Society Council. 1949-195OeVI Form-Captain Co. C, Old Oficcr of the Day, Varsity Soccer QLD, Rifle Team, Captain Varsity Track QLD, Vice-Presi- dent of Class, Contributing Editor "Cue',, joseph Henry Science Club, joseph Henry Scientific Society, Cum Laude, Inter-Society Council. Iranll Scxmour Dax cnport S011 of D1 md 'SIN Fldlllx S Dnmnpolt of Ilox 'N X Ib 161115 I1 months XIIL Beawe Davwy 19-I I9-lf III Form PIC C0 C thntx two Guird Nlount Frc hmm Footbxll L1 Frm hmnn Innms I C tlurtx txxo Guircl Vlount V Foothill L Y Ba :hill L1 Qontrlbutm E 1tP1 F C, P f 111411 11111 Q ,Om Q Cornell don Co th1rtx two Pr1zc Squ 1d IV Foot r x J Vflrsl x s l I J C,o11t11l1ut111 Edltol 1' Q P mc 1 1940 1010 VI Fo1m 9nd I 1cut0r1antCo B X 1191 x Footbxll CLD X 1r1tx Hoclxu KL Var 1 1 ll S1 or F Itor F Q, c mph Hcmx 51141144 Club Cum Laude X . T ' -l .' ' 1 .lf- 6- 'g - . . , ' 1- '. 'X 1 . - ' . . . . 's 4 4 K . hull KLQ, X721 sitl' IIockm'y KI, . . .'tA' Bz1.'C- '5 . fix Q uall Q 1 , ' " ' g ' ' '54 ". vpl 1947-l948 FIV 1-'ofmgpfl-. oo. D couidfm H0I1fv'U11b- 'o.j. ' ,'- '. . I Y .Q .. L K- sf -K . Q- Jn . . F Cty Bavbii KLU. J ts ,Cl' " nf? PH, l.l-l8- . . -W I Tc I'I --- lOl'J rn fo, ' fflui- lv ' -l 'I' 'f . ' '. l 31 l Thomas Edmund Dewey, -Ir. Son of Hon. and Mrs. Thomas E. Dewev of Albany, N. Y. I7 years. 8 months "Toni" "Guv" Princeton 1946-1947ffIII Formf' Private Co. A. thirtv- two. Freshman Baseball CLJ. Cum Laude Cer- tifieate. l947-l948- -IV Form-Private Co. B. thirty- two, Baseball CLj , Cum Laude Certificate. 1948-19-l9f-V Form- Corporal Co. D. thirty- two. Varsity Baseball KLD. Varsity Swimming CLN. Cum Laude Certineate. Chairman of Ad- vertising Committee for Dances. 1949-1930i-VI Formf2nd Lieutenant Co. ll. Varsity Swimming ILE. Varsity Baseball CLD. Cum Laude, Contributing Editor "F G? P", Dramaties Society, .Ioint Play. Beck Literary Society. Ofiirers Ball Danes- Committee. Sheldon Dinowitz Son of Mr. and Mrs. john Dinowitz of Troy, N. Y. I7 yFc1I'5. II months "Dinny" 'KPo0ch" lfniyvrsity of Pc-nnsylvrmiu 1946-l947f-flll l:UHIlf'fPl'lY2iIl' Co. B lflui- two, Vzuxity Soa't'vr LLP. Varsity Vllilllllls QLD. don Co.j. thirty-two. Frmhmun 'l'm'nnis. Frmh- Contributing Editor "F P", llrzxmatics Club. man Socccr. Cum Laude Cv1'tific'atc. 'linu- llzc ,R'd Km . , xity Socwvr CLl. XZITSIIX' Tcrims QLQ. School 1941-IFH8-IV Form-Prtyzitt' Co. A. thirty- ' two. Varsity Soccivr YLD. rIll'IlIllN CLD. Cun Laudl' Cl'rtiflf'3't"- mzxticx Sorivty. Cum l.lllldl'. NIm'mbt'r of "Blink- 1948-1949--V Form Priyglts- Co. .X. thirty- birds" Qunrtvt. l33l l9-19-1950-VI Form-Stuff Corporal. Var- Drilm-gutv to Forcign Policy Riwting. Contribut- l ing liditor "Cut", -Ioint Play. Clvv Club. Dru- A Sex qiii L M a. ff P Zia? Chester Nathaniel Edlund, Jr. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester N. Edlund of Albany, N. Y. I8 years, I month "Chet" "Chesty" Dartmouth 1947-1948-IV Form-Private Co. B. thirty- two, The Henry S. Gansevoort Medal, .l.V. Tennis QLD, Varsity Hockey, Red Key. 1948-1949-V FormkPrivate Co. A, thirty- two, Guard Mount, The Frederick Townsend Medal, Bronze Proficiency Bar, Varsity Tennis fLD, Varsity Hockey QLD, Gates Literary So- ciety, Glce Club, Photography Club, Typing Club. I 34 1949-1950-fVI Form--First Sergeant Co. B, Varsity Tennis CLD, Varsity Hockey CLD, Sec- retary of Dramatics Society, Gates Historical Society, Inter-Society Council, Chairman So- ciety Constitutional Committee, Oflicers' Ball Dance Committee, Glec Club, Camera Club, Projection Club, School Delegate to Foreign Policy Meeting. hlember of "BlaekbirdsM Quar- tct. Laxsrcncc joseph Ehrhardt, jr. Son of Sir. :md Mrs, LllNS'Igl'IlK't' Ehrhardl of ,Xlhanxy N. Y. I7 yenn. 9 monthx "Larry" Sicnn lf?-Hi-1917 III Form Prixxm- Cu. B 'Gui- 19718-lf'-49 Y FHTIII Privgltu' Cm. A. thirty dun Cum. l"I'l'NhIllllIl lfmwllmll KIA. tum. cillllfd Mount, I9-W-1930 VI 1701111 P113 Cu. A ffluido 1fbJ,7-If448 'IV Form Px'iv1xtm'CIu, A, thirty- Cul. Officvrf Bull IDZUICL' CilIIlIIliIfL'!', Bm' two, R:-d Km-y. I-iIl'I'HIkX' Socivty. H551 Orulle Sherman Elliot Son of Mr and Mrs Orullc E Elliot of Castleton N Y I7 years II months H0bblC On Mlddleburs 1946 1947 HI Form Prnatc Co D Fruh 19491910 VI Form Prlxatt Co A Gul 19471948 IV Form Pmate Co B Var CL yianagtr Vqhm Hockex U47 Varsity my Soccer Varsltl Track Track CLD Dramatlc Soclcty Iomt Play Beck Soigig C1Ei'9VXS15OgY2mEf11afL C0 A V Lltcrux Socuty Contrlbutmg Edltor F 5 P 1351 .. . ,. .. NEW, '- '- - ff " ,. . -- ,.- T - - " x . C '- man Tcnms KLJ. 1 don Co.j, Assistant Manager Varsity Football 7 ' 1 1 7 - - v " ' '. .l.. - -,'- nf ,, ' . I ' ' , ' 2 1 ' , , . .,,, . C X Q y R ,tr ri T R 1- + 614 M1 wk e. Q- l' 1 E tw ef 5 ES ' SS. 1: ,, , ey it Peter Haskel Ferber Son of Mr. and Mrs. Haskel S. Ferber of Albany, N. Y. I8 years, 2 months "Ferb" "Pete" UFl'U5tllHl,, "McFerb" Harvard 1946-1947-III Form--Private Co. D, Fresh- man Football, Cum Laude Certihcate, Recl Key. 1947-1948-IV Forrn--Private CO. D fGui- don Co.l, thirty-two. Tennis QLD, Cum Laude Certificate, Red Key. Latin Prize, Con- tributing Editor "F P". 1948-I9-1-9--V Form---Corporal Co. C ffflui- don Co.j, thirty-two. Vanity Tennis QLD, Cum Laude Certificate. Contributing Editor "FGfP", Delegate C.S.P.A., Contributing Editor "Cue", 37 Typing Club. 19-L9-195OfVI Form- Sergeant Co. C, thirty-two, Varsity Tennis CLJ, Rifle Team, Valeclictorian, School Time Prize, Cum Laude Society. Co-Feature Editor of "F 557 P", Liter- ary Editor "Cue"', Dramatics Society, Joint Play. Beck Literary Society. Society Constitu- tional Committee. Inter-Society Council, Offi- cers Ball Uance Committee, School Delegate to Foreign Policy Meeting. 'fig' Frederick Gorham Ineld r Son of Mr and Mrs Frcdcrlck G Fu ld of Wat: rvlxct N Y I7 yenrx 4 months Fnt1 Gracie W1 Qlcvm don Co thlrty two, Vfirsity Football L sity Track Ll Clu- Club, Ofllcc-rs Bill Umm Committc 1 . l38l ' 'Q f' , J - U 1949-IQSOAVI Form-fPrivatn' Co, A fGui- Varsity Baskctball QLJ, Varsity Baseball, Var- J, ' '- ' L ' C J, C - I ' ' - 1 ' X William lNIcKinlcy Foss, Jr. Sou of Mr. and Blrs. William KI. Foss of Dm-lmar, N. Y. I8 yeam "Willy" "BillU Ifnivwsity of Nlainv 1946-19-l7fIII FormfPrivatv Co. A, thirty- Proficivncy Bar. Varsity Soccvr fLj, .I.V. Bas two. Soccer Cllj. FI't'5llIY1llH B2l5Cl3Illl CLD. kvtbzxll Varsity Bilr-Vllllll CLE. Bock LitCrn1'3 1947-19487 1v lfm-m Pu-. crm, A, Illi1'ty-two, 5f'f"f'fY- .lowll HWS' 5f1f'11f'f' Club- Uuurd Xlount. Vanity Soccvr QLQ, Busc- 1949-1950iVI FOrmiA1St Licutvnam Adiu, hall lLlf Bak Irltulml' SOVINY' tant. Guard Xlount, Vanity Soccer CLQ, 1948-l949ffV FOI'IH'fSl'I'f1CLU1I Co. D, SllVl'l' Bmkc-tball Vanity Buwcball l39l 6-.V George Eugene Franchere Son of Dr. and Mrs, Harry B. Franchere of Albany, N. Y. I8 years, 8 months "George" "Gorgeous George" "Hippo" "Frenchie" Trinity 1945-1946-III Form-Private Co. D, thirty- two, Guard Mount. 1946-1947-IV Form-Private Co. B fGui- don Co.j, thirty-two, Camera Club. 1947-1948-IV Form-Private Co. B, thirty- two, Camera Club. 1948-1949-V Form-Pfc. Co. A, thirty-two, 140 Assistant Manager Varsity Tennis QLD, 'Camera Club, Typing Club, Dramatics Society, joint Play. 1949-1950-VI Form-Corporal Co. B, thirty-two, Manager Varsity Tennis CLD, Assist- ant Manager Varsity Swimming KLQ , Dramatics Society, Joint Play, joseph Henry Scientific Society, Projection and Recording Club. james Allen Froman Sun of fwlr. and Mrs. Le-wis A. Froman of 'l'1'0v, N. Y. I7 yrurx, 7 monlhx "l"ro" "llag0" Ujilllu W:-slvvzm l948-19-l9f-'V Fo1'mf---Privutc' Co. A. Varsity tllirty-two, Varsity Hockvy CLD. Varsity Foot Hockey CLJ. hall. School llvlvgutm- to FUl'l'lgll Policy NIH-t l949-1950 WVI Form Colm' Corporal Cn, B. ing. l4ll James Carlson Gartin Son of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Gartin of Sch:-ncrtady, N. Y. I8 years, I0 months "jim" Princeton 1947-1948--IV Formf-Privatc' Co. A. don Co.j, Varsity Football CLj, Co-Captain 19J,8-1949fV Foffm-Cm-poml Co, AF Riflc Tvam, joseph Hvnry Scivnti6c Socicty, thirty-two, Football CLD. Riflz' Team, lntvr-Socicty Council, Oflqccrs Ball Dancc joseph Hcnry Scivrlct' Club. Committcv. Art Editor "F C5 P". Awsixtant Art 1949-1950K VI Form fSl'l'Ql'llllI Co. A QGui- Editor "fCllL'.., Vanity Travk CLQ. H21 Grant Frederick Glassbrook Son of Mrs. Grant Glasslmrook of Albany, N. Y. 17 ITFKIVX, II monfhx "Fred" "Fritz" .'Xll1llt'I'St lfl'l6-l947- III Formf-Plc. Co. D. tlllfly- l,l'2lIT'lZlllC5 Socivty. Joint two. Guard Mount. Silvm-r Proflt'im'm'y Bar. Prvsi- Socivty. C1lll'l'I'll'1lClC'I'. A dc-ut of Rod Kcy. CllYI1L'l'll Club. Cllr-c-1'lt'z1dm l'llCl4'IIlY' Rm-prc'wntz1tivt '. to Album' Youth Forum. Play. lY:1r'rt'r1 IJlIt'I'2lI'X lf?-l7-lfl'l8 IV Form-f Corporal VCo. C. 14. 'Hf+9fw3H,' VVI. Ffwm qLlpFuin', .'l1'Ui'li'l" tllirty-two. Co1'po1':1lY Mc-dnl. .LVD .l,mmiM ,fm-1t1t1x1'.vL.tpt111u olrtln' frlllvllll. Xgxmty 'll'Il Chu-r'lvz1clt'1'. Cum Llllldt' Cm'1'tifit'41tv, Coutribut- 1315 HJ' l'l'l5't?' Rial. lmmf .I 'ufflilllj' Uiclml ing Editor ..F P... Stuff Phomgmplwr ..Cm,-Z Studs-nt Council. vuturc- X1xI'lll'l' vu , Iilqo- Cmmhm Club. toglzlplly und I4lU'I'2lvl'Y.lLClllOl'. Cm' . Yuv- PI't'N1Cll'lll l,l'llIIllllli'5 Socxmwy. -lomt Play. .losvph 1918-lflrlfl V Form S4'I'Q't'2lIll Co, C Lflui- IIUIIFY' Club. Bc-ck l,itv1'z1x'x' Sot'it'ty. NIt'mbc-1' ol don Col. Guzu'd Mount. 'l'm'1mis 1' Ll. Sovivty Comtitutionzxl Committm-t'. Oflivm-xx Bull Cum Lziudc' Cc-rtifivzltc-. 'l'imt- Prizm: Contribut- Bllllil Clllillflllilll. Cum l.11udm'. It'r1ifl.w1'Im4'!.t'1 ing Editor "F P". Stull' Photograpllvr "Cuffs, .Ywztzs Youth Rvpo1'tt'1'. l43l Allan Gedney Hagen Son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A. Hagen of South Bethlehem, N. Y. I7 years,1l months "Al" "Mayor" "Hag" Champlain 1946-l947fIII Form--Private Co. B CGui- 1948-1949-'V Form-Private Co, A, thirty don Co.j, thirty-two, Guard Mount. two. 1947-l948f-IV FormfPrivate Co. A, thlrty- 1949-1950-VI Form-Joseph Henry Scien two. tilic Society. E441 l , , 9- . . -.,, - -,ht--if . 4 A 51541 -wi Albert Hall Harms, r Son of Dr Ind Mrs Albert H Harms of Loudonvllln N Y I7 years 6 months Tlm Lou Undecldcd 19481949 V Form Prxvatc Co A thxrty 19491930 VI Form Cor oral C B P two, Varsity Track lose-ph Henry SCILHCF Club thlrt t P 43 y no TIZL Squad R1Hc Tc-'nm Virsxtx Track Teim Contrxbutmq Edltor F C? P 9' . x 1+ V X st , ' I .1 . . -, . . Q u ' ss u n . - L b , -- - Y.. -. O, 7 V Y . -, ' u - f - . , l X , . 7 , c , 4 . 1 I - ' ' cr 19 c y K . 'L W ay ne Douglas Komg Son of N11 Theodore D Komg of Albam IN X I8 jean II monlhs Shorty Hoops St Lawrence 4 19-11 III orm Pte o X t rtx txxo f u nd Nlount Frt shm 111 Footbill L Pm hmm Bnlutbill QL Fx: bman Ilaek I 19-1! 1948 IV Form Corpoml C A tblrtx two Guard Niount Vwrsltx Football CL X wrsxtx B1 lutbxll L1 Var ltx Tmelx CL Red Ixu NN irrfn Lltemrx Soeutx Intel Soclctx 46 Counell Glu Club 194-8 1949 V Folm S1 meant Co A thlrtx two Cuard MOUHI Vir 1tx Footbwll CLE VICL Pre ldt nt YN drren Llttrarx Sometx Inter Some-tx COUIICII Glu Club Vlanager Vamtx Soccer 1949 19 v0 VI Form lst Iuuttnant Co A Guldon C01 Vwrsxtx Baskttbill Varuty Trick Glce Club X X, ' . . I '. ' . ' I f, I. 7. I i .. .. .. ,, 1,146-. 'W F 9- '. C. ., bi j- ' '. " . lreamrer olClaSs. S- , ', -, I ' , - ' . H-. H- - . o. ., f N f' ' '-I I' ','- '. . .' , . . .- -T -M U-. I' t rg ESM: C h Q". 1 , J, , C 'ilj 651- 5 I 1, K Y Y if: Y' X . ' ,l I I .Ir N' Q ,I ' 1 I I ' l i ' ' Frederick Bell Laws Son of Mr and Mrs Frcdmrlck B Law of Schcnrctadx N X I8 years I month Ted Beak Cc orgla TL Ch J 0 orm x xu 1 X t 10481040 X Form Cmpor1lCo A thlrty U 4 II QI 00 5 two VIINIIX Pootblll V B1 kc t1n11 I1 xr 10401010 YI Form ond IILLIUDIIIY Co 10-11 1048 IV form Puvmtn C0 'X thutx A QGu1d0n Q05 VU In footy, 111 QLD Var ww Fund Niount Y Owtbill VI st Bvknhall L1 Xarxm T uk KL! Glu cth111 X II ltx I'r1c Llub l41 . . v, Jr, 1011'-1.17-'III F f Pri: 'Cc.g. hirty- . -. .-f ' W I ' . 1... ' '- lu . Clllzlrd Nlouut. Fr N1 na 1 F t1 1111 KIA. I' 1 1 . :Q H 4 C . .Vi - 1"I'l'S11II1LlIl B11-kvthzlll QLJ. N10 Imfk-1LV Glu' Club- '. 111 - . '. F L 1.1, iiy . A' rat" -- Bnsk' 2 KLQ, "2 N' 1' ' . '1i. ' . -1 Stanton Edward Lisk, -Ir. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Edward Lisk of Albany, N. Y. 20 yfars, 6 months ustanu uziggiss Champlain 1944-lflliflll Form 'fPrivatm- Co. B CGui- don Co.j. thirty-two. Dramatics Socicty. Joint Play. Librarian of Glcc Club. 1945-1946-IV Form --fk Private Co. A fGui- don Co.j. thirty-two. Dramatics Socioty. joint Play. .I.V. Sofft-r CLD. Glen Club. l9-l6-l947- IV Form" Privatc' Co. A. thirty- two. Draniaticx Socivty. joint Play. Varsity Soc- wr CLQ. Glu' Club. l947-N348--V Formnf Privatf- Co. A. thirty- 4 two. Drarnatics Sovivty. joint Play, Varsity Soccer CLJ . l948-1949-VI FormffPrivatC Co. A. thirty- two. llramatics Sovivty. Co-Chairman Dra- matics Society Dancv. Varsity Socccr CLJ, VVar- rvn Litvrary Sovivty. Typing Club. l949-l950' VI Forrnf'--Privatv Co. A. Dra- matics Society. Co-Chairman Dramatic Socivty llancv, G11-P Club. 'lost-ph Hvnry Scivntific So- vic-ty. Ofbvcry Ball ljiillft' C:0ITlITllttPf'. Robert Yates Long Son of Mr. and Mrs. Prrston H. Long of Troy, N. Y. I8 years, II monlhs KKB0'b1Y Undecided 1949-1950-VI Form'Privatc Co. A fGuid0r1 Cap, Varsity Track CLD, Art Club H91 Perry Ellsworth Main Son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen C. Main of Delmar, N. Y. I9 years, I month "Portland" "Percy" Northeastern 19 1947 III Formvljlic. Co. B, thirty- two Guard Mount IV Soccer QLD, Freshman Track QL Freshman Basketball. thirty two Guard Mount, Varsity Soccer QLD, V Hockey QLD Varsity Track QLD, Warren literary Society 46- . W- l947-l948-IV Form-Corporal Co. A, l501 1948-1949-V Form-Corporal Co. B, thirty- two, Guard Mount, Varsity Soccer QLD, Var- sity Hockey QLD, Varsity Track QLD, VVarren Literary Society, Joseph Henry Science Club. 1949-1950-VI Form-Sergeant Co. B. Var- sity Soccer QLD, Varsity Track, Glee Club. lidgar Henry Meurs, jr. Son of Nh. and Mrs. Edgar H. Mvurs of Hzxst Un-rnhlxstl, N. Y, 17 j'f'!lI'.Y. 4 monlht ..Ed,, Cornr-ll 1946-1947--III Form - Privatm' Co, D. thirty- two. Soccer CLQ. Bafvbzlll KLM .I0SCph two, Freshman Tennis CLQ. H1-nry Scivrlu- Club. '947-1948n'IV Form p'QiV2't' CU- B- fhim' lem-195mm VI Forrn Colm- crorpoml CU. two' A. Vzuxity Sm'c'c'r IIA. bI.V, Buwhglll. .Iowph 1948-1949 V Form Private' Cu. A. thirty- llvnrx' Sm'iv11c'v Club. I5ll YN alter DeForest Mott Son of Dr and Nirs Wilter C, Niott of Albam N Y I7 yeazx II monlhs W alt Tout Nlottsles Prmceton 1041 III orm P11 11 C ui Niount Frcshrrmn Footbill I J Fruhmin Bls 111t11z111 LQ Fra hman Bm 11111 L Cum Lz1uC11 C1rt1F1cat1 Student Q111111111 R11111 LHI1 USL Chmrlmdxx I 1948 IX orm 111 11111 11 N11 111111 1 X xr 1 x1b11l 1111 Ill 1 CI 1 1 r1x1 d1nt of Clase Lc1ntr111ut1n Pc11t111 F 1, P BP111 Lltcrarx 511111 tx 19481919 VF11rm Q11 mtlf 17 t 1 L12 two Ernut L N11ll1r Niemorml Sword Varutx SOCCKI QL Vamtx Bzuketball FL Varsm Basc 13111 Lj Studcnt Counml R1 pr6s11r1tat1vc C,ontr1but1nq Edltor F cf P Buk Llterarx SOC11 tx C101 C1ub 19491010 VIF111m Ciptiln Co A CUI don C111 N111 OfH11r 01 th1 D11 Captam of VIFNIU Socc1r 111 Captam 111 Virxtx B12 111tb'111 CLD Pr1s1d111t of Stud111t Council Con tr111ut1nfT Ld1t11r F cl' P G111 Club 'Vfcmbcr f B1ackb1rd quart1t OfH11rQ Ball Dance Commntec Beck I1t1rarx Socmtx Cum Laude ii I 95 LK , 77 LS ' 91 1946- ,, A-H F g C . D, 1 . rd ' , . - ' ' . '. ' , 1' . , g . 1 Q . . . Yu- 1' J' ., 1 X 1, S' 1' ,. 1 .3 . .5 8.1. C ,I C I . , . Y 7 . . . .Q 1 . . ..S. K , 1 ' ' ' H 1 ', .. ' . . 1912 - -- f F - 1: 1, Q11 Q. 11 - , R, , - . . C, .- CGuiC10n C11.1. t11i1'ty-two. Guard Blount. Var- K 5 M , 1, , ,, - , , ' A - S ' ' -' CLD. Bz1xk'tl'11111 QLJ. 'Q situ , ,- , ' x . - " Q- V - Ba. - 1 QLD. CL Lg d - C "t'f11'z1t 1. P ',"- ,, ' ,' , 1 Y' ' 1 1 - - A - f .. 1:1 " f 1 A 5 ' . ZW Q J . , Q . . , . 0 F. ,, -1 , E ' ' I X ' Y '. i ' 1 1 3 . 1 5 A I 1 , O -. S91 N j ix B - -- -. ' 'gm 11. . 11'1'ty- 1 ' , f 1 1' ' . ' 1 Michael John O'Brien, Jr. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael O'Brien of Loudonville, N. Y. 18 years "OB as an Mike" University of Pennsylvania 1946-1947-III Form-Private Co. D, thirty- two, Guard Mount, Bronze Proficiency Bar, Freshman Football QLD, Varsity Tennis fLj, Cheerleader, Red Key. 1947-1948-IV Form--Private Co. B, thirty two, Guard Nlount, Bronze Proficiency Bar, Rifle Team, Varsity Tennis 53 1948-1949-V Form-Pfc. Co. A, thirty-two Guard Mount. Silver Proficiency Bar, Varsity Tennis CLQ, Varsity Hockey, Gates Literary Society, Glec' Club. 1949-1950-VI Form-Sergeant M aj o r , Guard Mount, Captain Varsity Tennis CLE, ,I.V. Basketball KLJ, Art Club, Officers Ball ljllllflt Committee. I '- 1 Sidi auf rf! E J ULN ? ' Arthur William Pellman Son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Pellman of Albany, N. Y. I7 years, 8 month: ttArtu Cornell 1946-1947-III Form-Private Co. B fGui- don Co.j, thirty-two, Cum Laude Certificate 1947-l948kIV Form+Pfc. Co. A, thirty- two, Guard Mount, Cum Laude Certificate. 1948-1949-V Form+Corporal Co. A, thirty- two, Contributing Editor "F C09 PU, Cum Laude l54l Certificate, Dramatics Club. 1949-l950kVI Form-Color Sergeant, Var- sity Soccer QLD , joseph Henry Scientific Society, Contributing Editor "F 6? P", Senior Time Prize, Joseph Henry Science Club, Varsity Track Russell Fowler Pound, Jr. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell F. Pound of Delmar, N. Y. 18 years, 6 months "Pierre" "Rassle" "Russ', "Rugged" Syracuse Mount, thirty-two, Member of Prize Squad Freshman Football fLj, Freshman Baseball Freshman Tennis QLD, Red Key. 1947-1948-IV Form-Plc. Co. B, thirty-two. Guard Mount, Silver Proficiency Bar, .l.V. Football qLp. l9-18-1949-V Formf-Corporal Co. D. thirty- 55 2 ,ai F1115 Q19 P .Q Q Fi.: ' fs? ,. , a 1946-1947-III Form-Pfc. Co. D. Guard two, Guard Mount, Manager Varsity Football CLJ , Varsity Hockey CLD , Beck Literary Society Joseph Henry Seientihc Club. IF?-149-1950-VI FormfFirst Sergeant Co D Varsity Football Varsity Hoekcy L Varsity Baseball, Glee Club. Ofheers Ball Dance Committee. John Benny Santiago Son of Mr. and Mrs. Pc-tm-r Santiago of Allmanv, N. Y. "john" "Sandy" l946-l9-17-Ill Formgl'fc'. Co. B fliuidon Co.j, thirty-two, Guard Mount. Frvshman Bas- kctball CLQ, Varsity Track QLJ. Trcasurvr of Class. 1947-1948-IV Form-Pfc. Co. B. thirty-two. Guard Mount, Varsity Track QLD, Varsity Soccvr Football CLJ. Vico-Prvsidm-:it of Clan, Gates Litvrary Socicty. 56 N348-19-l9f'V Fo1'miScrgCant Co. C fGui- don Cul. thirty-two. Varsity Trafk CLQ, Var- sity Soc'u'r QLQ, Glu- Club, Gatvs Ltvrary Sovirty. 1949-1950--VI Form Cnot in schoolj-lst Lic-utvnant, Vicw'-Prvsidvrit of Studvnt Council Cin abfvntial. Ronald Wayne Saxton Son of Mr', Norman Saxton of Sclivncctady, N. Y. I8 years. II monthy "Sax" K'Ronnie" Hobart 1946-1947-JY Form- Privatt- Co. A. tliirtv- two, Varsity S0t't'l'I' fl,D. Basm-hall. Baxkctball. 1947-1948 'IV Form- Privatt- Cu. A. tlnrtx' two, Bronze ProHcivnc'y Bar. Varsity Sobre-r Varsity Track QLD. Guard. Varsity Sofft-r CLD. Varsity Trark CLH Ulm' Club. Uatvs l.itt'rary Socivty. l9fl9-1950i-VI Form -Color Svrgft-ant. Var sity Socccr CLD, Varsity Track CLQ. Glcc- Club Finalixt l7t'c'l1rn'1tion Comm t C 'l ' . , . . N . 10Iltl'l7L1UI'lQ l9l8-lfllfl--f V Form Corporal ol lllt' Color Editor "F Pil. f57 George Albee Schindler Son of Mrs. Miriam A. Clausen of Albany, N. Y. I7 years, Il monlhx "Greg" 'LSchin" "Schinny" Cornell 1946-1947-III Form-Private Co. D. thirty- Basketball, Tennis QLD, Cheerleader. two, Freshman Football QLJ, Freshman Tennis. 1949-1950-VI Formiserqcant CO D 1947-1948-IV Form-Private Co. B, thirty- Guard Mount, Assistant Manager Varsity Foot- IWO, Guard Mount, .I-V. Ffmfbilll KLD, Manager ball CLD, Manager Varsity Basketball KLJ, Basketball CLD. V3fS1tl'Tf'mU5 CLJ, PVW1' Manager Varsity Track QLJ, Contributing dem Of Red KCY- Editor "Cue", Representative Red Cross, l948-l9-l9- V Formf'Corporal Co. B. thirty- two, Guard Mount, Assistant Manager Varsity Society. I58l Oflieers Ball Dance Committee, Beck Literary lf i Robert Michael Schurig Son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schurig of Schvncctadv, N. Y. 18 yeah. 9 morlfhx "Lefty" "l5Iikc" Colgan 1946-1947-IV Form- Privatv Co, B iflui- clon Col. thirty-two. Bronzv Profifin-nt'y Bar. j.V. Football QLJ. Varsity Swimming QIA. QA.A.U. Diving Mcdalj. Bust-ball QLJ. 1947-1948-IV Forrn-Plc. Co, A. tbirtv- two, Guard Mount, Silvvr Prolicim-iivy Bar. Football CLD. Varsity Sxsininiing CIA. KA..-X.l'. Diving Nic-dalj, Varsity Bawball Vl.J. 1948-lf?-19--'V Form 'Corporal ol' tht- Colo: l59l Guard. Varsity Football CLJ, Varsity Swimming rlI,J. Vanity Basn-ball CLD. Gatcs Lita-rary Socivty. Glvv Club. I9-W-I9.3llf-VI Form--lst Svrgt-ant Co. A Lfluidon Coy. Captain Varsity Swimming QLQ. Captain Vai-itx Bam-ball CLD, Contributing Editor "C1u"', film' Club. .lowpb Hvnry Sciru- Iilii' Soc'i1'ty, Francis Arthur Shepard Son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur B. Shepard of Londonvillr, N. Y. I7 yfffni, ll nzonlhs "Frank', "Shep" Hamilton 19-lb-l5l47fH III Form-H Privatt- Co. B CGui- clori Co.J. tliirtt-two. Guard Mount. Frm-Nhma Il Football fI.J. Fra-sliman Baan-ball. Clie'm'1'lc'acim' Rt-cl Kvy. l947-l9-l8- IV Form 'lilly Co. .-X. tbirtx two. Guard Blount. IV. Bam-ball fl.w. Football CLJ. Vanity Swimming ILJ. 1948-19497 two. IV. Football KIA, Varsity Swimming QLQ Y Form --Corporal Co. .-X. thirty fso Varsity 'I'rac'k CLD. lVarrt-11 Littfrary Socirty llramatiu Club. Rc-prewntativt' to Columbia Forum on IJ:-r11oCra1'y. 1949-l95flff VI Form-lat Licutvnant CO. D. Varsity Football QLQ. Varsity Swimming CLD. Vanity Track KLQ. Co-Businvss Managtfx' "F PF. Claw Club. Gatw Historical Socitrty, Rt-prtwtmtativt' to Columbia Forum on I Jcrnorrary. ,K . 56 K 'i 7 , -' 35... vt." " into ,W 'I 'x ir? 5 NX . .,.. - , A 5 ge, ? I Q .. X 2. A '55 if 2 mf iii :Y A g F :Mt ' . gag.. , Robert Emanuel Simon Son of Dr. and Mrs. E. Simon of Albany, N. Y. I7 years, 6 months 'KSims" "Siu "George" University of Pennsylvania I9-i6-l947iIlI Form-Private Co. B CGui- don Co.j. thirty-two. Guard Mcmunt. Fresh- man Football QLJ . Freshman Baseball QFLJ . Red Key. 1947-1948-IV Form-Private Co. B. thirty- two. j.V. Football CLB. 'I.V. Baseball KLD. Red Key. Contributing Editor "F PN. 1948-1949-V Form' -Plie. Co. A. thirty-two. 6 Football CLJ. Baseball QLD. Con- tributing Editor "F P". Contributing Editor "Cllt'yi, Art Club. l9-l9-1950-VI Forrnf-Corporal Co. B, Var- sity Football Contributing Editor "F PN, Art Editor i'CIltP.,. Sports Editor "CllA'i,. Society Constitutional Committee. Beek Literary Society. Oliivers Ball llanee Committee. 5' Paul Judson Snyder, Jr. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul -I. Snydz-r of Troy, N. Y. I8 years. ll months U-luddyn ujud R. 1946-lf-947-III FormfPrivatl' Co. A. Frcsli- man Tennis KLJ, Frc-shman Swimming QLD. 1947-1948---IV Form- Color Corporal Co. B, Rifle Tc-am, Camrra Club. P. l62 I. l948-1949-V Form-Corporal Company B, thirty-two, Varsity Swimming CLD, Glen' Club. 1949- l 950-Y-VI Form4Quarte-rmastcr Scr- gvant. Varsity Swimming CLD, Joseph Henry Srivnrm- Club. joseph Henry Scientific Society. YVard Chalmers Stoneman Son of Mr and Mrs Hcnrx W Stonenmn of Albinx N Y I8 years Il monfhs Reverend General Bowclom 19461947 IV Form Amcucm LCQIOD Medal V Football CLD Vaxxltx Swlmmm 1947 1948 V Form Corpoml Qompinx B Varslty Football Glue Club Dmmatlcs Socntx 19481949 V Form Strqcant Co C Cul 63 don Q01 Sllxer Proflclcncx Bar Contributing EdltOI F t, P Dtltqatc CS P A Dramatlcs Souttx omt Plax 1949 1910 Xl Form 1 t Lleuttnant uar tnrmxstu Cuird Mount Co Edltor F 65 P Urxmwtncs Socutx Buck Lmrarx Soclctx A 1 X5 . . . . . ' 4' . 1 1 c .', . . I 2 , .. 2 , ' ' , , . Q Y W. .U . ,Q ,. x i X .1 1,,j.. , ,H ,. K, At . Camera Club. N X Il '. , , Y , c L 4 . k x - hi 4 7 YY 5 , Q - ' , x . 1 .' ' ' , 2 . I, I W ' as as . . K 4 . ' 1 Q Y l . 1 ' V. . , , ' , , ' Y - 1 + ' ' 1 . A 1 I - 1 4 . , ' . A Daud C erald Strehler Son of Mr and Mrs A E Strchler of Albam N Y 18 years 4 months Dave Stre Stre Stretch Colgate 1946 lf?-lf Ill Form Prlvatc Co B Gul don Co thxrtx two Guard 'Mount P11 xhman Football CLD Fruhman Baskttball LQ Fruh man Baseball CL Rtcl Ku Mount V Football V Baekc tball I Gatos Lltt r Commxttt L thxrty two Cuard Bastball fLj V arx Souctx Dfmcc 19481949 V Form Snrqcant Lo D Cuxrd 64 Mount SllXCl Proficuncy Bar Varsltg. Football Cate Lltuarx S0611 tx Sccrctwrx IDTHIHHIICS Club 1949 1910 VI Form Captam Co D vsm mr of 50 Rlflc frophx Varsxty Soccer Ll Virsltx Baskctball L Varsltx Baecball Ll Pravda nt owph Htnrx Scxcnct Club Trmasurer of tht Studs nt Councll Ofbccrs Bill Danct Commlttu X ,h L -f if .V H , .1 C .- A . .. 1 Q 'V K Q 1 7 . 5 .j, Q- ' , . . . 1 '1 5 l Q ' ,E ' 1 I Q A, , , C I , l , n, , , s - . C V. - 1947-1948--IV FormHColor Corporal, x y - X f - ' C qv- ' . I H . . 11, :ll . I 1. I 1 C D, dv I C I, f. Q ,.1..5. U cn, . - ,I ,..- . , , l l , - - -P W E ' 1 'l H " :Q'-fssqam . ' L ., .,,., , ,. ames Roosevelt Tacy, r Son of Mr and Mrs James R Txcy of Castleton on Hudson N Y I6 years I0 months m Blg un Taco jungle Iam by racu 4 P lf Y two mcmbcr of Prlzc Squ ld two V Foothill flsj fyplnq Club 19471948 IV Form Puxatt Co A thuty 19491910 VI Form C l C l o or oxpom Var two Amcrlcin LQQIOU Vlcchl ltx Foothill l65l .l - .l 1 lij' 177 CK ' J' 37 Sl .Yi LS I ' 33 1946-1947-Ill Forxn--Privatc' Co. D, thirty- 19-l8-I9-1-9,-'V Forms' Cor oral Co. B, th' t ' LMS 11.5 Richard Baldwin W'hitney Son of Nfr, and Blrs. George R, Whitney of Albany, N. Y. I8 yearn, Il monlhs "Whit" "Louie" 19-11 1046 III Form Prix ate Co. B. thirty- txxo Cuaid Vlount Ht nry S Gansevoort Medal. Frcehman Footbill CID Fruhman Basketball L Fic-shman Buebill CL 194-6 19-17 IV Form Corporal Co. A. sity Bxskrtbill L V1rs1tvB1:eball CLD, Gates Litu ary Society Pruident of Clam. 194-7 19-18 V I'orm--Serg,m"int Co, B. thirty- two Varxitx Footbfall I Varsity Bzuketball I , 3 , - A 7 . I. Q C 1, . an Q C j. Guard Mount, thirty-two, Varsity Football, Var- z.' - .A C 1, . by .N Q . L' - f L ' , . 4' . C ij, . Colgate 66 CLJ. Varsity Baseball CLJ. President of Class. Gates Literary Society. Dante Committee. 1948-1949-V FormffSergc-ant Co. A, thirty- two. Varsity Football CLD. Varsity Basketball CLD. Varsity Bafeball CLJ. Deelamation Con- test Finaliwt, Gates Literary Society. 1949-1950sVI Form-ASenior Color Ser- geant. Varsity Football CI.j. Varsity Baseball CLJ, Varsity Basketball ,N Robert Frederlck W oodwsorth Son of XI1 md NUS Rob1rtE Woodworth of Xlbdm N Y If JFIIYN 7 monfhf Woody Bo L mon ' 11 1111t11l1111111 C111 L C 1111111l1111111 1111111 111 x 1 1 ff 11111 I4 1 1111 111111 IX lx1x IIII 1111 N S111 ll tx Ur 1111 1111 1 1 1 11 II X 111 111 Q O H xxo B11111z1 P111f1111111x B11 I y H l Q 3 l1Il5 1ll 11 1 1 ltl lff 11 H ru In Im ml b f f 11 YK 11 111 x Jl 1 Ill 1111111 1 1 1 1111 C111 l l lfllfi-l,ll7 lll F I'IIl P1'1x'11t1'C11. ll. U11111'1l C1 'h ' Q l'1l't1' "F 'P P", I " ' Q Xl . llli' -tx 11. l'llT'SllIIlLlIl H115 'l zlll. R 'l Htl' 1... B1' 'li l.ll1'I'lil'1' Ii "1'ty. A P11 A ' Ur: 1 " .' 1 1 "S Club. maj' '48 .IVF "I 1 Puri 'ly' UF ff-I l 'mf 1111, -19,311 'YI F 1-1 111 1.11-1111-1111111 1:11. B R - , , 1 5, - -l- -, lii'1'Tg' 1- -l-V 121111 F1111111111 11.1, V111111 1311111111111 11,1 l'11 1 . C1 111'1l1 1h Iiflll 1' "If G P . Ad.. 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Off'--w linll l,AlIll'l' I 11111ilt1-1'. 67 Pau' Q CHARLES THEO BULLOCK We had just met ln the slxth Form room on the first day of school nd after shakmg hands all around somebody sald All we need now IS the Bull lNo sooner was thrs uttered than to our surprxse, m walked the great man hunself resplendent 1n a flashy c1v1l1an ensemble He appeared 1n classes from t1me to tlme for a month or so addmg color to our OYQZHIZHIIOH and then enrolled ln Albam Buslness College Thls was by no means the last we saw of the erstwhlle second 114 utenant of Company A Come track season he could be seen at hxs old haunts around the shotput and dxscus areas asslstmg coach Sabxsch Lat lt not be forgotten that he dld the class a great servxee wlth h1s memorable brew party at Bull s Glove HARRX MORRIS BURTON AI BERT KLEIIN lNow here s a m an who needs no mtroductlon even Nflr Imdsey cunt remember when he first 1 :mc Havmq once put hrs name up ln llghts at Academy m thc Fu lds of football track and hockey he w as captam of the famous one defeat te am not to speak of hrs captamcy of Company A Bertle just couldn t bear to leave us so soon for the cold cold world So before we knew lt there was Kmg Kong helpmq us out on the hockey team Mr B turned out to be the volce of experlence ln our halls and h1s eolleqlate corduroy jacket and that loyely head of skln became a famlllar slqht as he scooted around to hrs many 9 classes It was just though he were graduatmq wxth us all ou r aqam as he appeared on the class llst and wanted for the news from R PI the heardj L11 Harry IS probably the mystery man of the year As one of coach Morrls most promxsmq proteges Harry was best known for hrs quartet Slflglflg at the Rxvlera QI mean football camp IN shrmkmg violet Harry qulckly became one of the most popular members of the class Wlth h1S qulet southern varlety of humor A a stellar quarterback and safety man on a hlqhly successful football team he won thc admlratxon of the school and was wrdely spoken of as the man who could beat the mcomparable Pete Ashby rn the 100 yard dash Then all of a sudden, he wasn t wlth us any more Even the color guard was sufliclently aroused to conslder placlng the Hag at half mast But Harry stopped by for a last v1s1t at Walt s house before the graduat1on dance It seems he wanted to know a good route to New England wxthout havlng to pass through Troy The nerve of some people' l68 AC All 1 . Q X . x . E V 1 K . . . Q - - sc ' H 1 . a 2 v V- 99 Y , ' L. , Y A 3 , - 1 4 3 I , . K . , . f ,. 1 - . . , x cc J ' 93 ' , , ' x , , 2 4 ' e ' ' - - - - as as , . s - v sc sy A in I V 1 Y . 1 V v 3, v y y - l sl 1 y ' s v . 4 . f . . . . 'L 7 ' ' ' , 'Z '. e ' " c ' . . . 1 . x n 1 V ri . 4 , , ,, K f A-4 ' . V4 . . .L ,K y I- L- . Y 7 x .I . , i X x 1 , . 1 .. - - 3 -, 7 3 7 I v 1 I , , . , . K6 Y, b X ly x , . . - . wx - 1 fr. X .l . 4 ' I , . - f '. as s- 4 yy ' ' L . I K . 4. , . , . . ,. r '. , - s s ., l 1 y V Y . . , 1 ,, . ,v . . . . . T D. 0 . . . . . i N , . , . S X . ' K . . ' 1 . V I . . 9 ' ' 1 , 1 Q Y .. , V. . r l K . l e, .4 Glafu Jfufoaq FRED GLASSBROOK, Class Historian The orchestra is tuning up, the house lights are dim- ming, and the latecomers are taking their seats. In a few minutes the curtain will rise on the first act of "As You Like Itn, a tale yet to be written-the story of the life yet to be lived by a small group of people, the class of '50, Before the curtain goes up on that drama, let's take a look at the playbill to acquaint ourselves with the characters and study the brief synopsis of the events preceding the action of the play. CHARACTERS IN ORDER OF APPEARANCE: Kindergarten: Waltfsiesj Mott and Artie Pellman lst Grade: Fred Glassbrook, Frank fthe Buildj Shepard, and Bruce B. B. B. B. B. fsay whenj Brown 2nd Grade: Tim Harris and Perry Main 3rd Grade: an unidentified stranger-probably a P.G. 4th Grade: Ted fCupcakej Cameron 5th Grade: Larry Ehrhardt and Tom Dewey fthe politi- cal elementj 6th Grade: George Cockcroft lst Form: "Nitz', Davenport, Marv Anderson, "Dinny- pooch" Dinowitz, Hub August fthe Troy gangi, Bill Foss, "Pierre,' Pound, Howard Archer, Chuck Barnes, and "Bugs' Barnard 2nd Form: Bill Beaver, Fred fBeakj Law, and Mike O'Brien fird Form: Bob Crago, Orv fGil Doddsj Elliot, Pete Ferber, Al Hagen, K'Roarin' Ed" Meurs, john San- tiago, George Schindler, "jungle Jim" Tacy, Dave Strehler, Bob fSimsJ Simon, juddie Snyder, and Bob Woodworth 4th Form: Chet Edlund, Jim Gartin, Ronny Saxton, "Pop" Konig, "Gorgeous George" Franchere, and Ray Cairns 5th Form: Stan Lisk, "Hooker" Calkins, "Lefty" Schurig, "Louie", Father Stoneman, and Jim Froman 6th Form: Fritz Field, Pete Ashby, Bertie fOld Folksj Klein, and Bob Long SYNOPSIS: At the beginning of it all, we find two neighbors, Walt and Artie, fighting over who shall sit in the green- colored chair, and who shall have the privilege of play- ing the triangle in the class band. A teacher, the first of many, attempts to arbitrate the dispute. The two charter members of the class will remember her as one Miss Biedekapp. A year passed and the class was enlarged by the en- trance of Fred Glassbrook, Frank Shepard, and Bruce Brown. Our teacher, Miss McCormick, added to the weighty schedule of mural painting and eating lunch by assigning a vocabulary list of one syllable words. We reached the second grade and were greeted by Miss Davenport fno relation to Nitzj, a teacher of the Southern school. While busily pushing our pencils, we noticed the presence of two people we couldn't remember having seen before, Tim Harris and Perry Main. Not ones to brood over tricks of fate, we accepted them and they willingly joined in our program of writing themes fwith purple covers yet!j, and study of the fine arts. The school was duly honored by our presentation of a musical called Hiawatha fby Rodgers and Hammerstein, I believej. 'Twas then that we first made the ac- quaintance of Charlie, who taught us the proper method of dealing with crayons. Little did we know what things he had in store for us! The following year passed uneventfully, bringing no new faces to our class but substantially more work. It was by no means mere booklearning, this being the year in which we organized an Audubon Club for the study of birds, and traced the processing of the cocoa bean to the finished product, chocolate. Several under- nourished members of the class made off with the samples of the raw cocoa beans, much to Miss Perkin's disgust. Athletics were still in the rudimentary stages, although we had daily instruction in soccer, softball, and swimming by Mrs. Sabisch. The next year we were really "if,-we had teams- Coach Sabisch drilled us for the exhibition, our first big show. Small details come to mind: looking for a pair of white socks to wear-watching thc big curtain being stretched across the end of the gym-then, the big night, and we line up in the lower school gym, while "Coach" in his striped trousers and silk shirt gives us final in- structions-then up to the darkened gym and out into the spotlights-we hear the first note of Tou're a Grand Old Flag and we're on-the show goes on and finally the Salute to the Winners-our first exhibition. We staged our own production of Rumplestiltskin starring "Bangs" Mott in the first of many female leads, and a newcomer, Ted Cameron fdescribed as "a crafty little gnome"j in the title role. In the fifth grade, we again encountered the charm- ing person of Miss Davenport, who couldn't quite bear to see us go. At that point, two confiieting politicians came upon the scene-Tom Dewey and Larry fcity hallj Ehrhardt. This was also the first appearance of a per- son we were destined to see often in future years-none other than Tom's shadow, Joe Miklas. The states and capitals were our main hurdle that year ". . . Maine, Augusta, Vermont, Montpelier . . .", and the unlabeled map still bears a scar of a disastrous eraser fight. fAsk Tom about that one.j Again we appeared in the operetta as chorus girls fsomewhat less interesting than the Floradora girlsl, and in the gym exhibition, this being the inaugural year of the circus. Competition was keen for the position of clown, which should indicate some- thing, don't ask us what. We were considered big boys now, and were sent alone on the perilous trip to the art room on the fourth floor. Possibly as a result of the books-out-of-the-window incident, Miss Davenport left the school at the end of the year to become an airlines hostess. The next year brought among other things pure, un- adulterated work. One of the other things it brought us was George Cockcroft, who has never ceased to amaze us with his capacity for pure unadulterated work. This was also Mr. Meislahn's first year--a man of few words, we discovered. At last, we were given the leads in the Pimtex in which Walt played a MAN after years of faithful service. The first Form managed to horn in on us and they captured the role of the policeman. Ex- cept for momentary difficulties with Tom's electric candle, no attempts were made at adlibbing, and the show went off well. Miss Jordan gave us a realistic touch of upper school work what with decimals, lengthy essays, and a European .History course. We got another glimpse of our coming life in the upper school when we served as ushers at the Guidon Drill, a mystifying and rather awe- some performance. The exhibition took an unusual turn when Coach Sabisch made a group of stuffed elephants and horses the feature attraction of the circus. We fitted the roles perfectly. By now, we were the big cheeses, and the servile lower classnien bowed and scraped when we entered the locker room. But, like all good things, this came to an end, and we sensed it as the time ap- proached for Lower School Commencement. We had been prepared carefully for this day and the program went off without a fiaw. The Rev. Erville B. Maynard delivered the commencement address, Bob Olcott gave some of us Sportsmanship buttons, Mr. Meislahn pre- sented us with our certificates and suddenly we belonged to the upper school. With our entrance into the first Form, there came a multitude of new faces and experiences, Most impres- sive were Major fBig Jimi Scholtz and the wheels of Company C-Av Fullerton, Mal Riley, Bob Jamison, and Pete Williams. Among the additions to our expanding group were the delegates from Troy-"Booze" Ander- son, "Beaver" Davenport, "Pooch" Dinowitz, and 'fHub" August fthe perennial promoterl. It seemed momen- tarily as though our alma mater were becoming the Troy Academy. But then the door swung open again and the balance of power was restored with the coming of Chuck Barnes, Russ Pound, f'Bugs" Barnard, Howard Archer, and Bill Foss. For the first time, the old guard fCock- croft, Dewey, Glassbrook, Mott, and Pellmanj was threatened by the Hbrain trust"-Barnes, Anderson, and Dinowitz. Anyhow, we set ourselves determinedly against the wits of our first men teachers-'ijolly Rodger" Totten, Mr. Easton f"And what about your homework? Mice get it?"j, Mr. Warner, and Mr. fBuckj Fullaytor f"Your head will fly!"l. What a surprise we got at the public's reaction to Company C in our first parade! Oh well, it was a thrill anyway. The main interest was drill in general and the Guidon in particular. No amount of practice seemed to faze us, not even the cold Saturday mornings at the armory. The Guidon came and went and we felt more self-assured. The Competitive Drill arrived with white ducks and broiling sun. Adam's Band played When I Grow Too Old To Dream for the inspection and we stood and watched while Marv and Chuck won silver bars. Boy did that ice cream taste good afterwards! Soon the year was over, and our first year as upper classmen had passed. The second Form found us a better and larger class, a class that could smile sympathetically at the efforts of the raw recruits in the class below us. There were three members of our class who could find little time to smile sympathetieally, for they were recruits too-none other than Mike O'Brien, Bill Beaver, and Fred Law. The Major was Kenny MacDonald, a far cry from "Big Jim" in stature but definitely not lacking in the ability to command respect. The outraged cries of indignation at yesterdays tests delivered from Mr. Easton's prepared notes awakened terror in our hearts, although this was about the only really frightening class. Miss Kermeth was rather incensed when a football helmet booby trap set up for a classmate fell on her head. It was the Hrst year for Mr. Savage and Mr. fSkippyJ Curtis and a rather tough one at that. Mr. Savage had not only "cheat sheets" to deal with, but also Pete Taylor fnow at Willistonj and his classic remark on the meaning of a Latin verb, "Well, do means money, doesn't it?" Mr. Curtis never could get his experiments to come out right, and his standing comment was, "For all practical purposes, we will say that a blue precipitate WAS formed." This year, we sported Tonettes through the courtsey of Miss Henshaw, and for many a month, the strains of Old Black joe were heard being piped shrilly through the halls. We chuckled inwardly at the Com- petitive Drill when adjutant John DeGraff started one of his many commands a bit too soon and "Col, Jacki' roared out of the crowd, "Wait a minute, Johnny!" We knew then that we were not the first to make mistakes. The next year, we encountered our old friend Mr. Easton again for another dose of math, algebra this time. We became acquainted with Mr. Colton and the joys of being taught God's own language, Latin. A new arrival was "Willie" Parsons, our English teacher, from the only civilized college in the world-Princeton. With him arrived scads of new cannon fodder for our machine, briefly f?J Bob Crago, Orville Elliot, Pete Ferber, Al Hagen, Edgar Meurs, john Santiago, George Schindler, Bob Simon, Juddie Snyder, Dave Strehler, Jim Tacy, and Bob fthe man with the tanl Woodworth. Matt Davidson fnow at Deerfieldj got a bang out of Mr. Parsons and Larry got a bang out of that hot play, The Merchant of Venice. After a respite of one year fthe second Forml, "Rodger the Lodgeru took us under his wing again, and our friend Orville showed an amazing talent for building medieval castles and crossbows fwhich Mr. Totten finally heaved, still uncompleted, out the second story windowj. Orv had an unfortunate ex- perience in one of the pre-class skirmishes. He ducked behind a filing cabinet to avoid a flying eraser and emerged a few seconds later clutching "my toof, my good toof!" Mr. Lindsey and Mr. Sharp grabbed us that year, not without a struggle. "All right now Glass- brook, stand up by the pencil sharpener and laugh! LAUGH!" Water pistols came into vogue and no one was safe from being riddled by a blast from one of the numerous gangs. Many accusations were made of our bemg seen with GIRLS, and mdeed we were recogmzed officnally that year and 1nv1ted to all the dances except the Officers Ball We also swarmed mto Munson s and used our mgenurty 1n keepxng on the other srde of the G A gym from Mrs Munson Some called us the lost class We tried hard enough that year Thrs year marked stlll another first 1n our hlstory Marv broke hrs nose for the first tlme for A A The fourth Form was truly the Banner Year for our class brmgmg women slaves House of Burgesses etc fquoted from one of Mr Mldgeley s sheets Q The slaves were our squads the House of Burgesses was our m creased representatron on the Student Council under the new constltutron, and women need no explanation Pj Sadly 1n need of explanatlon was the Caesar course under Mr Colton, our Form advlser However, J B C molhfied us somewhat w1th h1s plans for money makmg started collectmg dues held an auctron, and as the knlhng stroke we copped the Graduatlon Dance and had llttle trouble makmg a mmt for ourselves Our teachers were well primed for keepmg us awake that year especlally Sklppy and h1s blology course w1th ges tures yet'J Hrs fragrant Jumbo frogs wxll long lrvc rn our memorres Mr Webster took us over the hurdles with the classroom themes fqurck hkej preceded only by the casual warning Take pencxl and paper Melslahn and Mr Webber dxd their best to flunk us ln lntermedrate algebra, encouraging us w1th such mottos as, They shall not pass' Some took thrs to heart, pro vokmg Mr Merslahn to remark as he handed back the last of a batch of qurzzres and Zxlch farled to score He also taught us an apt Latm verb-Hunko flunkere Facultx faerus Charhe Townsend approached the rmportance of the Great Whlte Father 1n our eyes when he assumed the post of P M S SLT QI dont know what they stand for, but they sound xmpresslve anyhow Q Mrhtary actrvrtres became even more rmportant as we approached the senlor year for now we were almost there w1th the closmg of the year, we had become fifth F ormers The fifth Form year brought some of the true salt of the earth to our class 1n the mcarnatlon of Stan L1sk Hooker Beega da left Schurrg, Loule Whltney, Jlm Froman and our everpresent chaplam, Ward Stone man Mr Webster was our English teacher m the Junior year as well as our Form advrser Oh, those hours we spent w1th Macbeth and Idylls of the Kzng and the scores of mterestmg and useful U words we memorxzed from that endless l1st' And then the Cncero fiasco fFerber got h1s one and only CJ You are there w1th BC' The ofhclal t1lt and holes on the left were estabhshed 1n German class, and the usual people left French at the usual trmes Bow t1e Brrtt gave us the word on Chemlstry and managed to break three feet of glass tublng wh1le demonstratmg how to fire pol1sh rt properly Mr Holmes went mto careful ex planatron about why some atoms dont hke chaperones Cand they call chemlstry one of the exact sc1ences'J Mudge took on the first batch of Hlstory students and lc ft them by turns dazed anguished bloodthrrsty, and finally sadder but wxser We got the msxde dope on Wlnhlllg thlrteen varslty letters from Mr Small, plus a plaster smashlng demonstratlon of the jump shot GOOD' Coops'j not to speak of a good math course An ashen gray group of cadets competed m the Ser geants Dr1ll Charl1e Barnes came through w1th the medal The football team gave us the brggest surprise of our hves by beatmg everybody except Schuyler 33 curses on that raceway' In the school play Ward found hrmself rn the embarrassmg posrtxon of havmg the 1nk from the stage money come off on h1s hands Booze got the top medal at Compctltlve Drrll, Chuck Barnes and B111 Beaver carrxed off an armload of prlzes at graduatlon, and we became senlors at last Next to the kmdergarten the s1xth Form year was undoubtedly our buslest but qurte a change from the orrgmal two to the final forty mne' Mr Holmes had us agam, th1s tlme m physxcs Now there was a sclence we could do somethlng with, what with MA and co 71 efficrent of expansron, et al' More rmportant was Mr Holmes posrtxon as advlser to our ever seething Form It all started when Beaver was elected president rn sprte of the efforts of the Froman machine The seventh Form was organized and lmpeachment proceedings were begun Then came the handwrltmg on the wall and subsequent Jomt sessxons of the class and Mr Holmes, with threats of a closed shop fwhlch really DID come off later onj So much for the sordld detaxls The deserv mg had thexr posrtxons of honor after srx years of com petltlon as the offices of Major and Student Council presrdent fell to Marv and Walt respectively e lamented the absence of Tex Hardy flast seen drrllmg at Farragut and at Jermam St J, but then we had Fritz Freld, Pete Ashby, and Bob Long to fill the vacancy Qsomewhatj Berne Klem arrived rn cxvxes just m tune for the hockey season Qstrangely enough'J to Jorn our merry crowd The brggest surpnse to some was the Contemporary Problems course wh1ch turned out to be not a fluff course but the nearest approach to a col lege class existing ln the school Yes, Mrdge had scored again and Lontemptxble Problems threatened to turn out another generation of Hlckenloopers, with 1ts serene dlscussrons One teacher who constantly amazed us w1th hrs tales of Eeeeenja was our new Engllsh teacher, Dr Velte The modern Brmsh poets generally failed to st1r us but Kxplmg captured our xmagmatlons as never before Mr Webber managed to come across w1th a scmtnllatmg Math class Qset us all back about half a yearj Some of us got replxes from college-they also served who only stood and wanted The geeks came mto vogue Cetymology from German Gukj to terrorize mno cent bystanders m dark doorways Pete s was the stxth Form shrme, but Calsolaros still served the best pxzza The old socretles fell before public opmron, and new ones were set up rn thexr place and proved popular About a dozen of us were gorng steady by now and Whit was seemg thc darker srde of hfe We sweatcd under the strain of unendmg exams and patxcntly dld the bidding of Ruth Andrus and her colleague, Arnold LeFevre A officers and non coms, we whxpped fhterallyj the battahon mto shape and the first parade went off w1th out event ln spxte of Marvs cold ffatal for the VI gamej The mrlrtary court continued to dispense xts lmpartxal just1ce Prrvate Zllch reportmg Says here bad shoe shme, that so? Yes but Thats all next' The Guldon Dr1ll came off better than usual, and johnny Santrago, who recerved one of the flags for the wmmng company the prevxous year, journeyed up from West J-Iaverstraw to watch us pass ln review Our O B was the brggest and flash1est 1n history 1n spxte of last mmute plumbmg drfficultles We consxdered the Fnfe and Drum Corps brrefly but then we decldcd that we d1dnt want to keep the boys 1n the band beyond therr bed trme, and we finally settled for the R PI Serenaders Qfrom Troy you mrght know'J Favorrte songs were Rag Mop and It Isnt Farr fand to s1ng th1s song we brmg you the volce of D1ck Whrtney er I mean Don Cornell'J The Dramatlc Society put on a play of the usual cahber fwe aren t commlttmg our selves crther wayj and brought two new actors mto the pubhc eye Mac Elhot and Stlffs Dmowxtz The Lompetmve Drrll came w1th the Alumnl Dmner after wards land promxses of Beverwyck for next year and we went away not knowmg whether we were alumni or sennors Then graduatxon Hearlng your name read for the last txme as a member of the class a short walk across the platform and a burst of applause as you re cerve your drploma hstenmg to the Valedlctory the Old Academy Song then we march out, no longer Academx students but alumnx Here ends the synopsis of past events. 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Drum Corps 24 'my sextet 8 Sammy Kaye and now we brlng you Dlck Wh1tnu' 6 rubber5 Favorzte Author Doe Klnsey 30 Stembcck 5 Class brook 5 Marx 4 Wm Faulkner I 2 I lbq' BALIOT sox Ifavorzte flctress Ingr1d Bergman 30 Mlss Kermeth 5 Demst Darrell 5 Saxton 2 L12 Taylor I Favorzte Actor Dr Velte 2I Mr Holmes 6 ElI1ot 5 Saxton 4 Nile on a job 2 M1tchu111 I Favonte Hangout Pttes 55 ofhctrs locker room 2 lJ0llll' room 2 any soft wtll formtd lap I Barbary coast I Favorxte Sport puff ball 7 WhltHCy 7 turmng the heat on 6 chlcktn 6, glrls 4, park1ng 3 poetry Wllh Vtlte I Favorzte Topzc o Conversatzon Jobs 41 weekends I 7th Form I Fauonte Girls School Emma W1llard 2 fbut whos the other guy I Sa1nt Agnes 3 CBA 3 Holy Name 2 Russell Saga 2 Done Most or the Academy Mott I7 Anderson 4 momy 4 Mac 3 Schmdler 3 Beaver 3 W1ll1e Schultr I Soe11t1es I Done the Academy or Most Wh1tney I2 Schultz 7 Pound 5 Andtrson 5 6th Form 2 glrls I Handsomest Mae I0 me I0 Ca1rns 6 Prmce Val1ant 4 Fll1ot 3 Andtrsons nost 2 Archcr 2 Dlnny I Thznks He Is Dewty 24 Strehler I2 Davenport 4 Pound I Woodworth I QUTIIS I Buszest Beaver I7 Stoneman I3 August 5 Schmdler 2 Barnes 2 Janltors I CUE staff I Spoffard I fwho stuffed the ballot box9j Wzttzest Velte 7 Ell1ot 7 Sharp 5 Sch1ndler5 D1nny 4, Szmon 3 Davenport 3 Menslahn 2 Larzest Whltney 20 Webber Il Calklns 8 Foss 2 Ehrhardt I Meekest Mc-urs 29 Pound 7 Schur1g 3 Spoffard 2 Anderson I Leavzng Wzth Most Regrets L1sk I9 free lunches 8 bolltr room 6 Veltes Engllsh classes 2 6th Form mettmgs I Ward s sermons I Lookzng Forward to the Most marr1age 22 future 6 freedom 6 college 3 necroph1l1a I C N X I ,II O ' l V 7-1 1 t1 I' 2. 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We the Class o 1950 bezng o sound body fexcepl Beaverj and sound mznd lexcept Augustj do hereby make the ollowzng last will and testament To Mr Mezslahn A hst of schools w1th smoking rooms a face to faee encounter wlth the student ob scured by the rostrum ln chapel a kind word from Mac 1 beamxng smlle to welcome v1s1tors, and a job referecmg the matches at the Troy Arena To Mr Holmes A large package of Lhma Boy fire crackers, a Geiger counter to detect warm clgarette butts 1 stack of Blbles to swe xr up and down on, encourage ment to wrlte a book entltled How to Stay zn College or Help ', and a ce rtxlicate of comme nd txon for Emergency Flrst And from Doc Brady To Mr Webber Another class that lnkes first term Trlg ln second term, a partmg farewell from Bull a new blackboard that erases Itself at the press of a button, another Davenport, and a contract to have h1s desk plowed regularly To Mr Sharp A book entltled Emxly Posts Book of Etlquette or How Whltney Does Thmgs Xray eyes so he can take 1n the Sxxth Form Room from IS desk at a glance, another class of lxttle tm gods s'1movar containing a years supply of hot tea for lunches m the cold dank buttery and our vote as schools most conscrentlous teacher h1s I C To Mr Lzndsey Somebody who can Hll Ullmans chair, an explanation of why the Oder rlses ln the mountains a jug of Orvllles lvlountaxn Dew, a repre son does over the weekend and a German Lohn whlch IS engraved If nts Ut, nts got to be gut' To Mr Mzdgley Another class of sloppy writers, a Eugene De-bs button ten thousand blue slxps and ten thousand Whltneys to sign them a chance to meet Young Tom m open debate a publlc hollday commemorating h1s 501111 centennial reading of Muzzey and a book of Blue Laws for Ac ldemy students whlch concurs wxth the B1ll of Rlghts To Mr Colton An nron curtam to hang over the darkroom door a record enrollment for the Vergll class, a twelve foot drum mayor s baton to tw1rl ln odd moments, a lease on Barney Baruch s park bench for h1s outdoor classes, and a full length bearskln cap To Mr Fullaytor A panr of gold plated crutches to replace h1s cane, a brace of keys for the F G? P room door, an Old English accent for readmg Shakespeare a contract wlth one of Legs Dlamond s cromes to supply us w1th news beats, and a posltlon as head baby sitter for the Ph1ladelph1a Eagles To Dr Velte A chance to play opposlte Lawrence Olxvner m Hamlet a tenms team that can play somethmg besxdes patball, a wrought lron collar cllp, a txme clock for h1s classes to punch and a collectlon of aromatlc cheeses to fell has classroom desks To Mr F .N Curtzs A new supply of mentholated Grape Nuts for h1s pipe, another skeleton to supply spare parts for the first one, a new cover for h1s lab aquarlum with hopes that he wont fall through agam a ventllator to send back the fumes to the back lab where they belong, and a set of shotguns for h1s sharpshooters To Coach Morrzs An mjunctlon to keep h1s baseball team from descrtmg to the tracksters, a book entltled Baseball As Played From the Smgle Wmg or How they used to do rt at Ma ry land, a talk wlth Conme Mack about the old days , some of the nut brown ale that warms wxthm for hes football te-am, and a contract wxth the Wlstert boys for next year 74 To Coach Townsend An advancement to the lank of Lolonel xn the State Guard so he can out rank the Mayor, a few choice words to hurl at Adams Band, another Color Guard wlth dark glasses 1 Flrst Lleutenant M1xolo glSf and excluslve rxghts to Ashby for the next ten years To Coach Sabzsch Some bleachers for the crowds CU that watch the soccer games '1 lueky horseshoe wlth whxch to floor the basketball te am a syndicated colunm llkc Bllly Roses contalmng h1s rexmmscences of shove business, an exhnbltlon game w1th the Yankees for h1s GS All Stars, and some gold brald for h1s basketball jacket To Coach Conyne An mformal tete 1 te te wlth Mrs Malaprop, a book on chlld psychology entltled The Care and Feedzng of Freestylers a record which shouts vlgor ously Go boy go' at ten second mtervals, an audltlon by Hoagy Larmlchal and some red and black B1k1n1s for the swlmmmg team To Mr Spofard Some unportant lookmg papers to plle on h1s desk a palr of knee socks and shorts to go wlth his Alpine hat, a book of learmng for h1s educated toe, an admlmstratnon to BSSISI and a reqmsxtxon for a new track To Mr Olcott A blgger and better fire CXllHgl11Sl'lCf, a remedy for mat burn some short me morled students who won t call hlm Bob some challengers for h1s featherwelght wrestlers, and a new sweat shlrt To Mess Iiermeth A new IHXI SCYVICL to replace the one whlch graduated thls year, a posltlon as lme coach of the football team a chaperone at faculty meetmgs, permxsslon to mtroduce a book of etxquette mto her To Mr Barrows A statlon wagon wlth door handles so you can get out too, an Academy bcanle some n1ce mustard gas to subdue the lower school, 1 promotlon from the sticks to thc upper school wmg, and 1 foammg Bromo To Mr McEu1tl A panr of green eyeglasses w1th a bow tlc to match, some backing up from the Security Louncll ln h1s war with the meddle school '1 book of tlps on teachmg Hlstory from Mr Totten in lnvltatlon for a qulet evemng at the Club Morocco and 1 btle of Weekly News Revzews wxth whlch to paper h1s room To Mr Easton A resxdent mamcurlst to accompany htm to faculty meetmgs, a cold shower to soothe the trlals of teachmg, a crack at dlrectlng demerlt dr1ll a walkle talkle connected wxth Mr Fullaytor s room, a used car lot, and an expressnon of our admlratlon for h1s classroom dlsclplme To Mr Swett A job at the Palace runmng the pro jector, a Mark IV electrlc braln for last resort cases, a plaid cummerbund the Nobel Prnze for dxscovermg a host of hltherto unknown colleges, and an IQ test w1th cheat sheet attached To Mr Savage A book on how to gxve a. lecture or Why the Hammond Organ Runs a seat 1n the back of Mr Sharps room to see how tts really done a chance at the Radxo Cnty Musxc Hall organ a collectnon f tasty Latln curses to blast at h1s classes, and a few polka dots for hxs too conservative txes To Mr Warner The go ahead for a group of Varga frescoes on the cellmg and walls of chapel, perm1ss1on for MGM to use has buzz saw for thelr Superman serxals, the necessary materials for hxm to construct a gulllotme, a group of G A students to model for h1s art class, and The Per ect Squelch wxth whxch to sxlence the study ha To Mr E Curtts A umon charter for h1s Dtxleland Fxfe 8z Drum Ensemble a debut ln Chancellors Hall for the Blackblrds a soloist to slng the Old Academy Song a trumpeter to replace Francis Murphy m the Albany Symphony, and a brushcut o ' , f I , f V , me ' ' ' , . 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Battalion rrvivwing OfECf'I' was Cinlonvl Cvorgm- T. Stillman, In thi Uuidon Conlpctiticm, Companv A was thc winning Companx' and a nvw award xx inadv, thc Vc'tc'rans of Forvign W'ars Mvdal, to Wnltvr De-F, Mott, raptain of Cloinpam' A. Thi' prim' for thc' luvst-dr:-ssvd Cade-t wvnt to Pvt. Ill:-n Grap:-1' of Cmn- panx' D. .llny ff' Aftvr a long in-rind of pravticr' lu-- ginnim: llllIIll'C.llL1Il'lN fnllowing thc- Guidun Drill and a prrind nf progrvssivr' Conipvti- tion and 1-limination, thi' ccmlpanv finalists in thx- Squad Drill 'SM ,Jai J .va if K'Ompm't1'd lwfmw- .i Ygygwfw Nw. panwl of llldUf'N unu- prisvd of tliv Major and Lad'-1 f.JlDl.llllh. Tha- winning squad was t'0IllIIlJlI1lll'll luv Curporal .Xlln-ri H. Harris of Co, li. The' riinnvi'-up was tliv Co. ll finalist ccmnnandvd lux' Clolpmal Pri-ntiss llarnvll. lirnml L. Miller ,Uajorfi lllwlnl :Horn Ihif yarn by M.-xjou M.-xkvix H, .Xxin-ziuox, Ilia. 'I hz' 1"lllhl'I.l' ,'1S.S0l'lI1fllHI Prigf' INT SGT. R. Miczimi-.1. Srziiruirs 'I 111' l'1'fe'r11r1.x of I"me'ig11 l1'rn,x .llrrlrll CZ.-.PT, WA1.'ri1R DEF. fxloii' 'I he' john F. Rallibom' .llevlrll SGT. .XLTON P. xll'QNl7l.l-1s0N, -IR. 'I he' Pilfllfflfk 701l'7l.l!?ll!1 lllrzlal SUT. W11.i.i.ui W. linen 'The' Hmzly S. C1H7l.ffL'0!JIf .llrrlnl PHL. Iniwls .X, lfiunimx, .lla 'flu' Fort ljlflflff Pm! .'i1m'ri1'rl11 Leigion .llrzlrll Pi-'12, P.u'1.j. fiOl'1'I'l The Camp No. 28 l'11ifeflSp1n1i.sh l1'ar l'f'rerrnz,i .'llf'f1'rll Sin. ,Xl.liXANDliR Ci, 'II-,ONl'.Y 'I he C.'mpmz1I'.f .llerizll CIP1., .Xia-xx R, Miawfiz IC CHARLES STOINE PETFR ASHBY RUSSELL POUND was "k"Km 'RQLQK Xi' ...fr ALTON MFNDELSON RILHARD WHITNEY Varslty Football In rackmg up a 4 2 record for the season and be atlng AHS for the second year ln successlon the football team not only acqultted ltsclf commendibly but also pald fitting trlbute to the twentx five sears of skllled coachmg whlch Mr Wrlham G lbountry Bill, MOTTIS has devoted to the Academx The team won 1tS first game 'egalnst Cathedral 26 12 dlsplaymg a hard drlvmg ground offense but a de cldedly weale pass defense In the followmg game wlth We-chanlevxlle a few jangled nerves were m evldence both among the speeta tors and among the Academy plasers Meehanlculle scored first and we d1d not pull the game- out of the fire until we converted '1 bloeleed punt mto a safetx 1n the thlrd quarter then completed a Morris to Anderson TD pass ln the final qu xrter to end the game 8 7 The flr t half of our game wrth the Llass B eh lmplon B C H S team close-lx resembled last xear s glme but the slmllarlty ended 1n the second half as the Delmar boss sped thelr backfxeld on wheels all over our lot When all three BLHS teams had been ele xred from the bench the final score stood B C H S 21 A A tm A H S posed a SCTIOUS threat to our record but agam we folled Doc Rlvett The High School scored m the first fixe mmutes of the game and lee-pt us at b IX for the renvimder of the half In the second half Anderson passed '10 xards to Whmtnex and Calrns toted the ball the re mammg 12 xards for the TD In the last quarter the amazing toss was dupllcated and thls time Loume went all the was and was bacleed up wlth 1 successful plunge for the extra pomt As the game ended with a cesslon some thmg whlch no team had been able to do smce 1890 We faced Darrow m a dlstractmg snowstorm wh1ch d1d not deter us from IIIIISSIIIQ 59 polnts and allowing them lo score only when we used our lest reserves Score A A 39 Darrow 15 The VI game suffered m the first half both from Andersons cold 1n the head and from the teams cold feet At the half VI ld 260 Loa h hfove It apparently had a few words for the boys durmg the half 'md they returned to stx nne thelr oppone nts completely In the closlng mmutes Hairy Morrls connected Wllh several v1ta1 passes and Marv came bacle to plunge ox er for the TD and extra point leavlng the score '76 7 for the final game of a pralseworthy lf not brxlllant season FRANK DAVENPORT WALL ALE STONEMAN FRANK SHEPARD ROBERT WOODWORTH ROBERT SIMON DONALD LALKINS MARVIN ANDERSON fCaptj . . K ' ' I . . . ' I I , ' , 4 ,, Q L a - . '-N I 'K 1 1 , , . . . , A 1 4 I Y l 1 ' s ' ,' - ' ' ,y , . ' V A I, , ' , . . z X K -, - . . - s - ' I ' 1 ' ' ' , . .K , . .e - . . , T , ., . . , 1 A. , ' " . . " . A .A, , , w ' , ., , f xx . . . . . J e . t "-V T M' . . . . . . ' , Yr . K x ' 5 2-v I el . e , , 4, , I . 1 , , I 4 C xi l- score' of 13-7, A.A. had beaten A.H.S. two years in suc- I , ' . . . . ' . . . ' ' ' 5 ' L K A n I . x 2 I x I , . A , . . e- , - . ' c " " I 1 y 1 I ' 1 . Lf t ' - , , K e ef , Y Q y l - S, h - , L 'egg . s . . . e if ' , 1 Y . 'hi 2' L f ' 1 4 17 2 Bark Row: Claim-rori iiiizinzigvrl, Cutie-, Calkins, Woodworth, Shepard, Elliot llnzxnagcrl, Serond Roux' King, Bollingvr, Czlrtin, Brown, Jconvy, Simon, Faulkner, Third Row: Davcnpurt, Ashby, Cairns, Smith, H. Morris, Coggvshall, Bivndlvson. Fronl Roux' Whit- nvy, Fit-ld, R. Morris, Pound, M. ,Xndvrson waptilirli, Stone-man, Law, T. Andvrson. STEPHEN flf,flflI'ISl'I.'XI.I. RICHARD SMITH ,ION ,xxl , it A. 1 sf . - ' 5-rf Q i . 6 'U- 5 ,O 1 , 2 A Q: A . . l I ' I I if F Q Ji U' 3 .- ' 'iii ffl' H I-'RRIJIHZRICIK FIELD Jiiiasox qc:..p1,.E1.A.-I ROBERT MORRIS R WW- I I ' A A axffg 4 f ' . -,W W A , , Hula? W ff, .1 -, Al-ADEMY A f " 'JD 1- J ' .. FREDI-IRICIK LAW HARRY MORRIS i :wt E ff" "' is Q R X x I ' RAYMOND LLXIRNS Ai. w ' 'fr 'kr "' 4,,,,s 1 ... wand Razr: B1-uniish, Rightt-r, Yzinnt-y, Morvy, Mm-iirs, Dinowitl. Pl'lllll1lIl, .xl'l'llt'l', B SIl't'lllt'I', Hoyt, Sfhcihc-r Klll2lllilgt'I" 'irxl Row: Matin, Lifllgtl, Saxton, Mott iuuptziin , fitlflillllllil, lltltlglxltls, H11rn11rd, ,Xngust ill'SIl . UUQI 'l'hv .Xczidm-niy Sow:-r Tvgiiii, unclvr tht- uhh- guidaintw- of lionrli S.1hist'l1, L'llll'l'gL'i.l from its 1949 svuson with un zidiiiiiuihlc I't't'UI'Ll of 5 wins, I tiv, und 2 losses, tht- hvst showing in thi- tt'kllIl-S 4-yt-ui' history. Opt-ning thv svuson hy stopping Hudson High 2 to l on tztllin-s hy Hill Foss :ind Boh Crftgo, tht- "shir1-ltit'kt'1's" thc-n lI'2lVt'lt'd to L1-nox, W'lIllllllg again hy 2 to l, thanks to Captain Mott and Pvrry Main, wlAlllt'I' Nlott scorn-d his si-cond goail of tht- se-xison sigziinst l,LlIlSlIlk'flllllkHll High two days lzitrr, hut in vain, for wt- wi-rv tl:-fmitt-xl, 2 to l, in ll closi- Contvst. Aft:-r tying Crunwf-ll l to I in il thrills-r that saw Ron Saxton scorn-, tht- tt-ani wvnt on to Sqlll't'lt' by H1-ntl:-y High, with Bill Foss scoring our lonv tzillxy WR' than swainpvd Lt-nox I5 to l, with Mott, Crago, und Hodgkins zill tallying, thc' lust on an illllilllllg kirk from past niid-fit-ld. VV1- lost our nm-xt s-ndt-zivor to 21 strong Darrow 1-lmwvri, P1'r1'x' Nllllll sroring twin- lint that proving just ont- too short. Finishing the svzison in at hlzm' of dt-fi-risiw' glory, tht- tt-ani linzillv Clt'f4'21!l'Cl clY2lHW4'll on 21 lont- goal by Bill Foss. Thi- high scorrrs wt-rv Mutt, Main, und Foss, with li kirks apircv. Spvfial Cre-dit niust also hc givt-n to thosi- in tht- lmzickgrotind, pz1rtiCularly to thx- full- hzicks and our ahh- gozilic-s, Dawn- Str:-hlc-r and Ht-rh August, STHPHI-Lx WAMQER arsit, Ilasketlizill Highlights of tht- l949-l95U haslwthall sc-ason wvrv twin victoria-s ovvr Milni- and a swamping of a ganw St. -Iohn's of .Xlhany vluh. Thi- fans who wvrm' luvky vnough to witnz-ss tht- dvfvat of Glvns Falls will not soon forgvt it. Thi' vfliorts of thx' Andvrson brothm-rs, Marv and Tim, and thu' all-around team play gained a victory whivh was swf-c-torivd hy thi- taste of rc-vvngv for an c'ai'lic'r loss. Close' Contvsts with Rave-na, Hudson High, and B.lf.ll.S. also providvd a gre-at many thrills. Thr- Drowning vvvnt Vklllll' in thi- last gamm- of tht' sm-ason whvn W Tim Anderson, a pillar of strvngth all yi-ai' and a grcat tt-am playvr, hrokv thc- .M'ad1-iny individual gamc' storing rt't'oi'd as hs- pourvd 28 points through tlu- hoops against B.CI.H.S. 'l'im li-d thi- tm-am in svasonal storing followvd hy Dirk Smith, Al Mm-ndlm-son, Captain Waltvi' Mott, Daw- Strvhlm-r and hrothm-i' Marv. It was with all honm-sly that Captain Mott rould say that thc' tvam had a-njoyvd playing undvr tht- din-c'tion of Coarh Sahisrh. 'l'h1- vntiri' graduating rlass of 1950 joins with thi- mvn who si-rw-d undvi' him in wishing tht' 19543-51 tr-am all thv siivcw-ss in thi' world, and wi- know that with Coach Sahisch to in' struft them and Captain-Elm-Ct Tim .'xIldt'I'SOIl to ls-ad thvm, thi-y will havm' a hannm-1' ss-ason. Gicciizorz SC1HINIll.l'1R Sermul Row: ll:-llvr, Schindlvi' lnianagx-rsl, Cairns, Law, Smith, hi. Andvrson, Coavh Sahisvh Fifi! Roux' Woodworth, Nlvndlsfson, l1oc'kc'i'oft, Nlott Jraptainl, Field, T. .-Xndvrson, Whitm-x' I 1051 Y-LBA42. u:Aui:ny 9-B-WP :nv QBLNZ ans' U Seftnzrl Htut: lltmuch ltvwnst-nd, Brown, llt-rndon, August, Mt-vt-r, Elliot infinzsgt-r 4 First Razr: Alt-tmt-V, Edlund. Pound, Burnt-s ttxtptziin , Rights-r, Fish. Var,-it Hut-ke 'l'ht- .Xcadt-nip' sim' ont- uf its nitnst surrt-ssful hot'kt-3' st-.istmns this yt-Ltr: pt-rhzips not in its rt-t-ord of wins and ltnsst-s tl and ti' hut t't-rtaiinly in its tinit- spt-nt on tht- it't-. During tht- first part of tht- st-ustmn tht- tt-uni was jinxt-cl with its usuzil wt-utlit-r trouhlt-s, 'l'ht- opt-ning of tht- R,I',I.'s tivldhuust- wats gi grt-tit hrt-tilt fur tht- tt-:un us wt-ll as for tht- Ctllllllllllllly, and thanks to stunt- t-xt-t-llt-nt c'onnt-t-tions sonit-wht-rv wt- plzxyt-d all but ont- of our Quint-s tht-rt-, prz1t'tit'ing two or thrtt tinit-s t-vt-rx wt-t-lt. W'ith tht- l't'lut'Il of six pltwt-rs frtmin lust yt-tu"s nit-ngt-r st-ttstvn: Burnt-s, FFOIIHIII, Edlund, Brown, Pound, :Ind Jt-tmt-y, :ind tht- lntt-r :idditiun of lust yt-:iris vaptziin, Klt-in, liottrli Ttiwnst-nd ltvtvkt-tl forward to gin t-xt't-llt-nt st-ttstm. .Xftt-r twtn llf-Il'I'IlUtDIlS of pr4it'tit't- this llggI'l'gLl- tion, with lilttvt-import, Rightt-r, tht- Stunt-ingins, Mt-yt-r, Fish, August, Lind Ht-rndon, travt-lt-d to Lt-nox for tht-ir only trip of tht- st-zison. 'liht-rt-, with snow oftt-n bury- inq tht- puck in niid-it't-, tht- tt-ani wus turnt-d buck hy :in t-xpt-rit-nCt-d Lt-nux squad, 8-0. In pr:it'tic-t- st-ssions ut R.P.I. tht- tt-ani plztyt-d and dt-ft-zitt-d l,z1Sznllt- st-vt-rail tilnt-S: in tvur thrt-t- ofliriul Quint-s with tht-In wt- wt-rv xirtnrs hy st't+rt-s of 2-U, 7-2, and I-fl, twtn uf tht-sv u.unt-s ht-ing plziyt-cl in round- rtmhin ttiurnt-x's. Our st-xt:-t lust to Darrow in tht- First round-rtihin hut tht- following wt-t-k-t-nd quivl-tlv Czunt- Init-It and dt-ft-titt-d tht-in in fl rt-gulation Qzunt- ti-I. ll06j ln tht- fifth gzunt- txt' tht- st-ztstmn tht- tt-aun was dt-ft-:ltt-d 51-1 hx' Lrginwt-ll in at t'lost-, hard-fought grunt- Lit tht- fit-ldhtausv and in tht- nt-xt gtunt- tht-y wt-rt- t-dgt-d hy J Pittsfit-ld -ff-L. Tht- rt-turn gznnt- with Lt-nox was Illllfll Clost-r than tht- first, hut was lost 5-2 :ind in tht- last gznnf- of tht- st-:ison our squad was tukf-n ovt-r 8-O hy tht- R.P,I. Frosh. Though tht- rt-ford was not highly irnprt-ssivt-, tht- st-ht-dult- wus ont- of tht- lunge-s I plZlVt'd Ill I'1'Cl'IlI X't'ilfS :uid tht- squad dt-vt-ltmpt-d rtmnsidt-riihlx' durinu tht- st-austin. Ht-Liding Ll t'onsidt-rtthly mort- t-xpt-rit-nrt-d tt-ani nt-xt xt ir will ht tottptnns VV1llitt SIOIHIIIIII id Xl t -... t. .It-ont'y'. .. i . 2 :U A, 4.x CI11.-.Rr.itLs Butrsrgs arsity Swimming This yvafs swimming tm-:un not only pre-svntc-d tht' school with thc' hm- rr'cord of -l wins :ind 4 lossvs but also promised to be f-vcn ht-ttvr in thc' future. The finest tvam showing of thc yt-ar was thc' undvrdog dvfvat of Mzmlius Academy, while on tht' pvrsonal side tht' grvatvst individual triumph wus B4-:iinisli's 100-yd. brcast- stroka- victory, whivh svt il nvw ri-Cord. Although nc-xt yn-:ir's tm-ani will lost- wtf-rain div:-r Miki- Svliurig, hack- strokvr Frank Sllt'p2lfd, :ind f!'l't'Slf'lt'I' 'l'oin Dcwvy, the-rv will lx' an addition of some- promising fI'l'Sllllll'll to tht- vctc-ran squad, which inrludcs Uartvr Whitt-, Dick Hoyt, Dick Bcamish, Prvntiss Czirnm-ll, and Captain John Mosher. As most of thvsu boys have at lt-:ist two more ya-ars of Competition, wt' nrt' wvll prvparvd for tht' futurv. Nt-xt yo:ir's scht-dulc' will inrludt- Williams, R.P.I., and Springfivd fre'shmc'n and prolmlily Pawling and Hotvhkiss. Morris, Lofgran Twichn-ll, Schurig Ccaptainl, Moshe-r, Bishop Firs! Row: Graper, Cams-ll, Bc-amish, Hoyt 3 ir? E Third Row: Franchvrc fmanagvri, Shvpurd, Whitr, Sefond Row: Sch:-ibm-r Cinanagcril, Withvrm-ll, Wm-mplv, Third Roux' Terwilliger, Scheiher lmanagersa. Serond Razer Stone-man, Davenport, Whitney, Pound, Field, Rees, Strehler, Stone, Fin! Row: Coggeshall, Cockroft, Foss, Smith, Schurig fcaptainl, Mendleson, Anderson, Ashhv. arsity lelasellall With only two weeks of outdoor practice under their helts, the hziselmall team dropped the opening game to B.C.H.S., 6-5, in a hard fought extra inning struggle. In the next game, the Cadets, behind the Hne hitting of Charlie Stone, eeked out a 7-6 win over C.B.A. On the following day, the Academy Illet and defeated Cathedral hy the score of 6-5. Everyone on the squad collected at least one hit. After several days of well-deserved rest, the team took another one-run decision, this time at the expense of Nfilne. On Mzly' fifth, Albany High handed the Red and Black their second setback of the season. Seven Cadet errors and ten Garnet hits resulted in the 9-fi loss. The Academy opened the second half of the season by ah- sorbing a 13-l heating at the hands of Cathedral. After a week of sustained practice, the team journeyed to West Lebanon, New York, and soundly thrashed Darrow to the tune of lll-15. Pete Aslllmv zdD'kS'h '- ' V " ' ' in ic mit paced the Ladt ts, tat h garm ring a single and a douhle. In a return game with Milne-, the Red and Black took its fifth victory of the season hy an 8-l count. Vlike Schuriq out with a musclc ' 'un rttu nzd h . ,, , - inj f, ' r - t e next day, and im- mediately went against C.B.A. After seven innings the hig left-hander had elected homself to the All-Albany baseball team. The score for Schurig: 4- walks, l0 strikeouts, and no hits. None of the Brothers got past first hase. In the remaining games, the Morrismen were defeated by B.C.H.S, and Albany High hy the respective scores of I0-2 and ll-9. To top off the vear, the captain, Mike Schurig, and the captain-elect, Dick Smith, were elected to the All-Star All-Albany team. Joi-2 GOLD Second Row: Franehere tfmanagerl, Edlund, O'Brien Qcaptainiw , Herndon, Dinowitz First Row: August, Glassbrook, Barnes, Ferber . .E Q in - 4, .. X . Varsity Tennis Today tennis is regarded as a major sport in the .-Xeademy. For many years it was just a well-run intra- mural organization. It was played by those boys who, for one reason or another, didn't feel like partieipating in baseball or traek. Some of these boys were skilled tennis players whose main sport interest was tennis. Others were boys who did not feel like trying out for the other Spring sports. The team played few outside schools, and the ones it did play were prep sehools outside the immediate area. Then a slow metamorphis took plaee. Gradually more and more boys began to go out for the sport. Now they eneompassed a wider seetion of the sehool. Many were athletes from the other teams who felt like playing a Hone-man" game. Some didn't know how to play, others were rank beginners. Some four years ago, tennis beeame a eity wide sehool sport again, Most of the high sehools organized teamsg Clubs had tournaments frequently. The Academy heeame a perennial leader in area Competition. Its teams had phenomenal sueeess. In 1947 it won IU matches, while losing three. The next year it won seven out of eleven. Last year it won 8 in a row, At the season's end, it had lost only three, while winning eleven. This year it won 8 and lost 6. Tennis is today a major and powerful sport at the Academy, having more eandidates than any other sport exeept football. Congratulations must go to the eoaches and numerous players who have gone out for it and made the team what it is today. Svfond lfnzu' Coach Cnnync, Schlindcr 'Ill21l'l21gl'I", Kfain, Gartin, Calkins, Long, Firld, Barton VV1-lls, Pcllinan, Hapgood, Coach Townscnd Fi1,ytRo:1'.' Kim-kvr cnkins Shcnard Law lfrago icaitain' Fairns, Saxton Hollinzrr 1 v I 1 I I f Varsit, Track Thr- .-Xcadcniy track squad cornpctcd in dual rnccts against B.Cf,l'l.S., .Xlhany High, V.I., and Troy High. In thc ,Xlhany High im-ct, tht- tcain capturcd scvcn out of tcn first placcs, hut still lost out at the final count. Thi' .Xcadciny was confidcnt of taking City firsts in tha- all-ilnportant All .Xlhany rncct on thc ps-rfornizmccs of scctional 220-yard sprint champion Pcte- Ashhy and fxiary Xndcrson, tht- dcfcnding shot put titlist. The' squad scorcd an amazing upsct hy taking' third placc in thc nicct whilv scoring 23 V1 points. .-Xshhy put the- tcain on its fc-ct hy taking fourth placc in thc hundrcd yard dash. Ron Saxton followvd hy clipping third in thc hroad jump, YVith thc whccls moy- ing at last, Frcd Law rcfpcatcd it in thc four-forty. Niarv Andcrson, on his first throw put thc- iron hall forty- scvcn fc-vt, scvcn inchcs, just twcnty-unc inchc-s short of the- rccord of forty-ninc fcct four inchcs which is hz-ld hy Jim Scholtz of thc class of ninctccn forty-fivc, now holdcr of thc world thirty-fiyc pound hainrncr throw rccord. The- rc-cord for thc hundrcd yard dash, sc! hy .-Xl Snydcr in nine-tccn thirty-six was also untouchcd. His tirnc was 10 seconds flat. A slow start put .-Xshhy wcll hack in thc two-twcnty, hut hc droyc to lmrcak thx- tapf- wc-ll in front of thu' fit-ld. Captain Boll Crago, out of action for a ww-k hccausz- of a strained lcg niusclc, placcd fifth. Andcrson rcturncd to notch third place' in thc discus. Our half inilc rclay tcarn hnishcd fourth to 1-nd the- day's scoring. 'lqhc hnal pcrforniancc of the ycar and final high school compctition for many of thc tcains me-rnhcrs ovcr shadow:-cl thi- carlicr inc:-ts as a rcward to thc hard work of thc coachcs, cspccially Nfr. Townscrid, and as an cx- arnplc of thc- will to win which was shown hy thc tcain. 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Lefl to Right: Romer, Carnell, Meyer, Treat., Strchler, Vice-Pres., Glassbrook, Pres., Mott, Ser., Barnes, Anderson, Ormsby. abxentia: Smith, Rees, Vire-Prey. in Santiago The Student Council entered its '49-'50 term of oHice with five experienced members on its role, one of whom, Walter D. Mott, was elected President by the student body. The Council early decided to make of them- selves something more than a mere figure-head, and throughout the year they have endeavored to better the school, always keeping in mind the suggestions, criticisms, and general opinions of the student body. In the minutes of one of the first business meetings of the year is the section "A motion . . . was passed to appoint a committee to investigate the merits of en- eouraging the societies through a Monday morning chapel program or some other similar method." During November the Council composed a question- naire which was distributed throughout the Upper School, and from the information thus obtained they formed several possible plans for a new organization of the societies. These suggestions were presented to the school at a special student assembly which brought much serious attention to bear on the problem. Soon after the assembly three students drew up a new Society Con- stitution which was approved by the Council, the faculty, and the students. There were of course to be done the traditional Coun- cil functions: the okaying of all dances given at the school and the occasional, distasteful task of recommend- ing punishment for certain students, but these duties -1, definitely played a minor part in the Council's activities. They accomplished several objectives which, as is often the case, were not particularly apparent to the school as a whole. By the fall of this year there will again be soap dis- pensers in the lavatories as well as simiar fixtures in the shower rooms. Student tickets, similar to those in use in other schools, were printed and distributed to the stu- dents early in the year. These cards are helpful not only in identifying students at football and basketball games, but also in giving the student a means of identification at stores and theaters in the city. A new function of the Council was the organization from the student body of a basketball dance committee. This committee was formed to arrange and manage dances sponsored by the Student Council following the home basketball games. Due to a late start, the com- mittee succeeded in putting on only one dance, that one following the Glens Falls game. It was a great success, however, and should be the fore-runner of many similar dances in future years. While the Council has accomplished many objectives this year and has laid the groundwork for many more, it realizes that much depends on the succeeding Councils to carry on its work. We hope that the future members will ever hold in mind the important position which they fill and the influence which they can, and do, exert. l1161 1 If t muxnt tar uns xx Wd into ililivu-n fm ll wc ns of plznty ar at 0 tirmhold W thciut undue ptidt in mi lat It si ua ION urn not bun othttvt wo 1 m .xr o md qom lmwimz tn cl cnnna of I 11 wt ic tie Q unsolu d or snnplx ignoxc whxlr- tht writzi of thc -.earboolt .article was lm ft to ht ni0.1n tht tirnu md unit for th: rtwolutton ortun tt- lx how xt r mu . I s 1 i Jlt 1 4 . I 0 it stunt ti it it ti 4 7 t t i . i 1 . nt udnxnltt d into 1 l1lllX oiqtn 1 ins x no ws 1 It .1 nn x ont, . ft our ine U pow I x it 1 ll d t t nnqi could not pnwihlx xiqht tht IIISQ xr 5 x p rznnm quutinn of t Q xml: 1 s rouuht up hr fox: it 1 cn ot l SOIIII t n nnuin xl iii Jr nt mt nxt . lit 0 f lf xt 1 l SI I Inf ttl llI,l no 1 A15 tt 1 txt ltlt nl ts 1 . t cite x 1 at it 1 nt ri xx It 4 l ll it i x nut canst tht c 1 rt .idx hnnortd how lmxxzng no iusti it ation oi thmt Stfntt 141 an t I mxwin ci 1 so 1.x SC I K' l I nn xc rs tl ui on iosrs 11 t tnmtlut 4 x 4 tuixtl 1 txt J ln 1.1 nw r t u iomgli it it x r msn s tr . so dtxtmi I IS S N l it 4 I tn tm ut it: mix pro -'t.nns Qitn 7 x dit d on the dr min Y ho ltd toum t lt 3 n in 5 on in ici: xou w not: w 0 o c-ttion to nx x it uf hxpocr a in nc Stlx J 4 re x t with S 191 e 1 x x r no 4 1.1! ft x I t SI tx cs v io nottstrd 4 1.1 1 Illtkllf gx tx s x r tttlx otha: y in f on . l ww: sm it tx picnic Ihn x wen tht model emit-tx mt :nbc rs tv x it I nm qu x in tht school Fortnmttt x tu nntomunrd nicc quxe wut in the minor x What thc n :lid the Qtudtnts wantg lhie w is tht qucs tion ftcmq tht Studi nt L ouncil A quf Qtionn nu was xdmmtstc-:td to thc School bx thc Studtnt Lounul .lslt mu: wth qutstions Zlb Whxt ide as do xou haw for x nzw functional sottetxg WN hr n tould time In found for such tt socittx -Xnswf IS xnd stizqmtinm wc it tlrnt-St as nulntroui I9 studtnti .md with lllUI'f studfnt fcnnnis in tht 0 Inq, .xttion wxs ttlttn x I 1 this I nt n 1 . 1 1 hands . unr tm ni ut xtude n s lhr st stu x d Q w in sr I C if SK 4 X I tll' Ol llllf ll I 1 t l 1 nm: rc tw w 1 4150 I1 ttr tw tfnffrcnus 1 wo 1 4 Jan me 1t.1t1xt c Qtittttton which they dun ip pioxidrd tht org 1n11 on of thu: tl tit b0Lll im tint 11 n x on, stat 1 It 1 ax .tr l uv p 1 ll rx Nt N dlllll IU S XV Q IIII 4 NI J I 1 cur tn Jolitxts i I lt! 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Imwtmgg, or II ' f' ' .'-H ' 'I X .I 7 I7 I I 'Il txt :mv otl -' von '-1 if-nt tiin- outiid- if fl I, .- NU 1'Y1- ' 'U 1-I1 'A II1' IV II" 'I g I 2 5 CLI III11'- ine--tin J '- - to ot't'nr :tt int:-tvztls nf nt niurf- than ina- 'Vhf' 7 W1 'IIN -15 II11'5' W1'I"' U1'gi111IZ1'iI II1 IIIC IISI I-1II 4- - '. Tha- - we-rv to h- no pr-rttigtn -nt nlliu-is and invin- d0f' ."115 III1 '10 C 11II1 I91114I 5 I I10IfI I1"111 ht-1 1' ilc ht- t'e-iltow-d Pllllfl' hy tx 213 vtitr- nf tht- ' TI1' 1'I1'CII0I15 IU thf' 501'1l'I11'5 VW" I INS, su"- ' or gu1t0il1.1tic'nllv hv missing, four in -1- ' gy 'ng wl . tt do gtftrr thc- t-lt-Ctions was atn olmsctirc- A d 4' the-r th. Vinh- without Shfhl-h.ht -lm, llllllllllltliltlllt ite-in. 'l'h4- un: '- to the- prohlt-in, ht-n? wif V is thi. 1-,h,t't ti I hi-mL hmm-ij in lhig- SWK-I-jf llu n thing ut ull. .Xltl , . it"-t' ntlivt-t's sgtw th- Bvlm-1. of tht, fact th-It tht. hnmhh,-lm.j -t' 5 hgh- 115"I 1'5-' UI II115, II11'11' "ISI I1"1I111115 WWI' 7 "-I-'fi-'fi litgl .1 nf-w l't'Qllll't'lIl!'llt for nit-nihm-rship in .1 srwif-tg ns to tht- int-r-:tx of thv- indi 'id ml rnn'n1h:-rs lfil' amy , Shu- N - I 1, ' ' - i 1114- Wm-L gif' th,-. -1,4-i.-ly tht lllhl'l' gt fcw lturrir-d .ind llISlIlIt'fl'SlC'd in-v itgs, xtnx' N4 5 - f I. vitally glnd gint' -1-4-lv int-ir-stvd in DI- ' ff ' I4 ' Si' - -I II. I' ' I 'I S tht- tt 0 invc-sti, . ' I "1 '- ' tht- sori:-tic-S is 5 - I A Q-1 ' - ' 1' "" ' 'lr' -tl ft' '. By' Of ' '-,s1n- 't d- t' ith '-' sc ' 'tit-S. 'ill th. W 5 4 - 'N f-fw ,tl d K -Q'-' Align ig " 541 ' I1 1-3 ' I fl I.I ' f V I-'Vi 1 fi th- ' A J, ' J 'nts ' - .dlSi't'ttI'2. 'cl :tt ho -. ' lv-lic-vc-cl that tht- suci 'tx' sc-rvf-cl its pnrprist- if it th. . ' Q UA I . 'd Q '1'h. A ti -ht int- -l- lt-nt its nzunm- to tht-ir list of c-xtm-4'tn't'it'ulz1r .u'- -.I .tif x A til thhn. ,hah hi. hh h,.,.m4,m.ht Utfiwrsy tht i 'A 'l'h -A p -0pl- viih -d 'I' lg -, thr-' lik'-:l nl. '. f - L' . '-. . .L Q , 4- . 5 N z1lI.it's in th -ir prt-sc-nt me-clc,-iitatxy I :att-. 'llh-V' wt-rv the- pol- -.Q 'Qs' By I thmshs hi thh , X ' ' v 1'11 A1'I I ' II1-II II11'1'1' W'15 '111 IIIII1' 01' f"3'111 Ii' I nu-tiiht-rslti ie tlxt-rchy rt-stt'it't1-tl in at fan' gt'-at -1' if-:iw " 1'-V 'IiI1'fAW"1'1' II11' UI11'-' VI111 11I1I1151'fI -11W I i '111 th- in the- old . Civtie-5, hut in sn ltiinr.: 't ' ' Q' he-ns ,. than possihl' putt' A H dum, 01. mhhhg K, md , A Hi ., I tl 7 uhh I A. gmhv- 1 , ,. in tht, sz-vi-ral socic-tics pcoplc having conunon intcrcsts. This idt-a was tht- original purpose- of thc old socic-tics, and has oncc again provcd itsi-lf. lt max' hi- said that thr- ri-quisitc for at socir-ty ior any organization, for that niattcri is "a group of pi-oplc gathcrcd togcthcr hccausc of conunon inte-ri-sts." Anothcr iti-in in thi- constitution is worthy of notc. This it:-in is thc formation of a W'arrcn Socictv for sophoniorcs, which was di-signcd to prcparc thi-in for nu-nihi-rship in ont- of thc thrcc major socictics in th:-ir junior yi-ar. WVarr:-n was placcd und:-r thi- dircction of incnihi-rs from Bt-ck, Gatcs, and Jose-ph Ili-nry acting through an Int:-r-socit-ty Council, and lJI'l'Sl1lll21lllY would di-votc ont- tt-rin cach to thi- ti:-lds covcrctl hx' cach of thi- major socit-tics. Hy so doing, SiIpllUlllUI't'S lllilk' asccr- tain two things: I, wh:-thcr or not thi-3' wish to join a socit-tx' thc following if-ar and 2. if thcy do di-cidc to join a socit-tx' which socii-ty th:-y will choosr-. This svste-in should hi- cxtrcnicly hi-lpful in hclping any inis- tits to wi-cd thcnisz-lvcs out rathn-r than having thc ncccs- sity of thi-ir ht-ing droppcd hy thc socictx' in thi- followg ing vi-ar. 'I'oo niuch cr:-dit can not hi- givi-n to Hhrhardt, Simon, and lidlund for the-ir vision in planning tht- socii-tics, for thcir pe-rsistcncc and hard work in drawing up Li work- ahlc constitution, and for thi-ir l'l'f0l'IS in gi-tting thc socir-tics tlix-iiisi-lv:-s off to ll good start. Most of all, lct not thc work of Mr. Colton hc forgottcn in his pri-se-nta4 tion of tht- idca to thc faculty, his sinccrclx appr:-ciatcd he-lp in rt-vising and corri-cting thc constitution, and his wisdom in guiding las a faculty ni:-nah:-ri Bcck Socicty through its first forniativc ini-i-tings 'not to spt-ak of his cntcrtaining and inforlnativi- contrihutions to thi- pro- grams of discussion r. As to thu- work of thi- socit-tics in thi-ir first yt-ar, thi-3' dt-st-rvc coninicndation for thi-ir 4-florts und:-r difficult conditions. Thi- socic-tics wi-rc not ahlc to hi-gin activitics until shortly hcforc thi- Guidon Drill, which anvonc will agrci- is ont- of thc husii-st tinics in thi- school war. li:-ck pm-rhaps achii-vcd tha- inost conspicuous succm-ss, holding 1-ight incctings including thc incl-ting with thc othcr two socis-tics, niany of thi-sc gathcrings hi-ing hi-ld on Friday cw-nings, hut always with a quorum prrscnt. 'l'he-sw wi-rc soini- of thc topics which thcx' covcrcd: 'l'hc works of Sinclair la-wisg a program of cstcniporani-ous spi-i-clit-s hx' socit-ty nit-inhi-rs: Thi- Ruhaixat of Uinar lillilYYdlIlQ tln- Jlaxs of Ch-orgc licrnard Shawg 'l'hi- . . I . Iliad of lloint-rg thc niusic of Borodiu, Rinisky-Korsakirtli, Qui, Moussorgsky, and othcr compost-rs of thi- nationalist inovcnii-nt in Russian music, Clati-s and -lost-ph ll:-nrx, although thi-y did not hold as inanx' nn-1-tings, wi-rc also succt-ssful in thi-ir cllorts and havc a ri-cord of which to lit' proud. W'arre-n Socia-ty was not organiycd this vi-ai duc to thi- 1-xtrt-nn-lx short Illllt' Ill which it would llLlYt' hi-cn forccd to opt-ratc. llowi-vcr, it is cxpcctcd that ' ' ' ' ' ll XNJIITPII will hi- Ol'gJlllllt'Cl as soon .is possilvli- in tht- fa of lfl5ll Finally, congratulations to thi- found:-rs of thi- socie-tics, and to all tht- studcnts who join:-d with thi- foundcrs in initiating sonic i-xtre-ini-ly worthwhile- additions to tht cxtra-curricular lift- of thc studs-nt hodx. lhosc juniors who we-rc ini-inhz-rs of last x'car's socim-tics thi- ss-niors of H450-'51 haw- a good hi-ginning in hack of thi-in and tht- scrious ri-sponsihility of li-adcrship of thi- socii-tit-s .the-ad of thi-ni. 'I'o tht-sc incn and to thi- socictii-s, thi class of :mil wishcs thc he-st of luck and its n-xprcssion of conlidcncz- of llll'll' future- Slll't'4'5A. Gate: Bafk Razr: ,Ie-ont-y, Morris, Shi-pard, Pitt, U'Brii-n. Front Ron-.- Barnard, August, Edlund, Hi-Zldli-Y, Cliuiii-ron If A , is 5 s My-f if ' A LF' W i gs X' ,Q L WM Qi' M , 5 :' I I wif 34292. Z, if nw-.x six - - , lx LW is L f . xx .b J . sl Leg h, 53-'T ZF Q5 A if 5 gli QW 1 A , A AK VA ,s 5 1 5 -.m...2:GE., 11 31, ,s 6 :ss 5? W 5 X if X xx Q U .,- f 1 LW' 23,2 525 ew ix i, ,Q f-w,.,,. M 34 zsfgxf Mm - f ,Q : W 5 , f gi 'W . 4- M40-Y Y, 2. myx swsw .V 'K if X .. ...Wg , QMMRNA fEXXRN5 9 A ff! o QC 2 . Q 5' A ' 7 b LN' 'gigs f 3 if , W P I , . 1 .-.- A X y - .f . Ai , ,S I X. , Y y K' J I , sw Bark le0ll'.' Stone-man, l"raiie'lie-rv, l"e-rlbe-r, Dewey, Pitt, Sefrond 1e0ll'.' Donowitl, Edlund, Woodworth, August. 'lhirrl Rott-: Caine-rem, Be-aye-r, Barnes, Glassbrook, Holmes. Front Row: Elliot, Terwillige-r. Urameities Society Hainpe-re-d by a time--starve-d schedule, as the- he-st of activities are prone- to he, the Draniaties Society ae'- quitted its:-lf with he-tte-r than average- sueee-ss in its niajor attempt. The- traditional joint play with the- Alhany .'xf'1ldt'Illy for Girls was produee-d this ye-ar with a niiniinunl of rehearsal and with a niaxiniuni of sueei-ss. Finaneially, Z1 substantial return of S160 was made- to CARE from the- proceeds. This is the largest souree- of Charity donations to COIIIL' from any group in the sehool, and this action of the- Soeiety is in itself highly coni- inendable-. Negotiations we-re made this ye-ar to pro- duce- a joint play with St. Agnes School in the Corning ye-ar, It is to he hoped that this and other plans Can he earrie-d through sueeessfully, possibly adding a schedule of one-act plays to the syllabus. With only two the-spians having e-xperie-nee in the previous joint play, Charles Barnes and Fred Glasshroole, re-turning to he east for parts, the- play this ye-ar was ne-ee-ssarily of an e-le-nientary nature- in plot and e'harae'- Il22j ICI' study. The play, directed hy Miss Robinson and Mrs. Underwood of the Girl's Aeadeiny, was Dangerous Night hy George- Batson, which wove- toge-the-r love, treachery, murder, and light comedy in a seene- set in a de-se-rted t?J niansion during a torrential rainstorni. Outstanding in he-r portrayal of e-ere-ntrir sehoolinarni, Nan Meflrew was Royce- Schaffer who gave- a per- formance seldom, if eve-r, equalled on our stage. Worthy of special note also were Joyce Conway, Sheldon Dino' witz, and Orville Elliot for the-ir work in supporting roles. ,Ioan Minahan, Charles Barnes, Joan Kaplan, Ruth Came-ron, Toni Dewey, and Fred Glasshroole sueee-ssfully rounded out the Cast of the play. Andy Holme-s and his assistants de-serve Commendation for the-ir untiring work in the scene-ry and lighting de- partrne-nts. The officers of the Dramaties Society this ye-ar we-re: Charles Barnes, Pre-5.3 Fred Classhrook, Vice- Pre-s.: Bob Woodworth, Treas.: and Chester Edlund, See: Q, if ,lv N Vik wx 31 Q W W Hx 512 if ,K W Q gli. ' :Q A a Zu as ' s f fl -1 R Y Wg 1 yn, W Q 3 The editors of the 1950 CUE were faced at the out- set of their project with two seemingly irreconcilible tasks. The first of these tasks was to turn out a yearbook which not only equalled but surpassed the excellent editions produced by the editors in the previous two years. The second task was to scare up the necessary funds to finance the venture. One item which seemed to lack imagination in all of the yearbooks we had examined was the advertising section. Most of the staff editors admitted that they had never read any of the advertising in the CUE and were virtually oblivious to its existence, except on the occa- sions when they had been called upon to solicit advertis- ing. Realizing that this state of affairs would hardly provide a good sales talk for our own solicitors and that our advertising section as it stood was purely and simply waste space in the book, we decided to branch off the well-worn path into a hitherto untried scheme. Ads would be interspersed with pages of candid photos and other material continued from the beginning of the book. The ads themselves would be illustrated with pictures of the products, and whenever possible, with pictures of Academy students. We felt now that we could present a proposition to the advertisers which would not only be profitable for our publication, but also good business for them. By guaranteeing that their advertising would be read, we transformed a thankless contribution to a worthy cause into mutually profitable advertising. As to the CUE itself, we hope that you, the readers, agree with us that the changes made have been improve- ments. We have tried at all times to follow closely your ideas for improvement, adding more than 90 pages to include as many as possible of them, All photographs, with a few exceptions, have been expertly taken by il photographer from Ruth Andrus Studios, and we believe that they are the best ever to appear in a CUE. The social activities section has been enlarged to include all of the social events of the students both in and out of school. All school groups have been given coverage in proportion to their contributions to school life. Candid photos have been taken of all phases of student life- athletic, social, scholastic, military, seniors,--plus an extra section devoted to a group which is without a doubt the most influential and interesting in the school - V-the faculty. ln conclusion, the staff of the l95Il CUE would like to express its appreciation to all who have in any way contributed to its success: To all those who have written articles for the yearbook, to the people who gave their time to pose for advertising photos, to the solicitors and all others who made the book financially possible, and finallv to the members of the student body and facultv who have provided day bv day the story told on these pages the only people who can determine the success of the l95Ut1L'li. Bark Roan' Cameron, Barnard, Edlund, Schurig, Schindler, August Front Roux' Ferber, Simon, Beaver feditor 1 , Glassbrook, Heller Cue Back Row: Pitt, Morris, Harris, Shepard, Smith, Pellman.man fco-editorsl, Davenport, Woodworth. Front Row 0 Second Row: Elliot, Simon, Mott, White, Glassbrook,Heller, Ormsby, Cameron, Headley, Holmes, Schermer Winegard. Third Row: Barnard, Ferber, Barnes, Stone-horn This year, for the first time in Academy history, two men have led the Fish and Pumpkin staff through the year. Ward Stoneman and Chuck Barnes worked well together, sometimes editing alternate issues but more often collaborating to bring out a finished paper. The staff of editors of the Fish and Pumpkin began its planning immediately after the appointments were publicized in the spring of 1949, and returned in the fall with many sound ideas for improvement formulated. Frank Davenport and Peter Ferber, sports and feature editors respectively, set about revising and enlarging their departments with notable success. Through the courtsey of photographer Mark Heller and The Knicker- bocker News, a large number of excellent pictures were added to the sports page, and 'LOld Doc" Davenport successfully enlivened the sports column with his per- sonalized aeeounts of happenings in the world of sport. Late game results were also featured in the paper through a special agreement with the Chatham Courier. Pete Ferber completely overhauled the feature depart- ment retaining only the familiar Men of the Issue column. This column was made less factual and more personalized for the two seniors featured in each issue. A column named Hats OH was added to give recognition to two students in each issue from any of the six Forms who had in some way distinguished themselves in school life. Two new features, Student Highlights and Library Review by Fred Glassbrook and Orville Elliot respectively, were tested and proved to be profitable additions to the paper. Ted Cameron handled the alumni editorship with com- petent skill and persistence, keeping us constantly up-to- date on the doings of Academy graduates. Bob Wood- worth and Frank Shepard undertook the difiicult task of distributing the paper and balancing the books. Also to be commended for their work on the Fish and Pumpkin staff are Bill Beaver, George Barnard, Tim Harris, Walt Mott, Arthur Pellman, Bob Simon, Gordon Ackerman, Chan Headlev C'5l Sports Editorl, Andy Holmes C'5l Editor-in-chiefj, Dave Ormsby C51 Feature Editorl, Bob Morris f'5l Business Managerl, Charles Pitt, Arthur Schermerhorn, Dick Smith, Carter White, Wally Wine- gard C'5l Alumni Editorl, Bob Yanney, and Mark Heller. Finally, many thanks are due to Mr. Fullaytor, the faculty adviser, without whom we are confident that the paper never would have been published. The Publications Banquet on June first was the climax to a really fine year of publications work. About thirty Fourth, Fifth, and Sixth Formers attended the roast beef dinner at Jack's-or Rosy'sfRestaurant. Following this delicious dinner, during which Mr. Meislahn bent an accusing finger toward co-editors Stoneman and Barnes for "the publicn, Toastmaster Barnes started shakily to stumble through his first night in that position. Recognition was given to certain mem- bers of the staffs who were to receive their quills later tdue to some unavoidable delayj. The new staffs were announced and after turning several shades of red they managed to stand. After Mr. Meislahn and Dr. Thomson had said a few words, Mr. George Williams, managing editor of the Times-Union since 1928, was introduced. He related several amusing anecdotes from his long newspaper ex- perience, and after several words of advice the as- semblage "broke un", the inevitable end to the year's toil. Z. W 1 75 .3 , , as r , A Xi A , Q ,af ,W si sg, Qgit -BQ . 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K' " c '.'2 . . 1 JAMES MCKINNEY 8 SON lncorporafed STEEL FABRICATORS IB 33l7I 927 BROADWAY Albany N Y f X I ,S f5l I fx ffl f 1 f F 'af 'iv Qs Qa r Engineered S+eel Consfruchon Muscellaneous Iron Work Sfeel Sfalrs Sfeel Windows Our servlce IS based on nune+y +hree years experience un desugnmg fabracahng and erechng sfruciural s+eel and :ron work Il42l D'I - E E .QL , 'X f . ' " QSQ - , X 5-bf A f .-QS," . 69" E f X I ,aw .-+-. ,T lxyfv' ' I ,v"l'," 4' 1 , A 3- . 1 . A V 1 j .-+-. Compl ments of Albany County Democratic Committee 'Ui ,Q M , I 2" 'f' . .. as , -abkyl. 5 fx 'm753" THHQ TK? Mi, 1 f,?'5?? xx 55 61 H'-. -v. ra 4 .. W-fa Q W . 191159. A' X '17 -gr ir. ,dui XV? .lv 1 -rn '4- , s Jr J, t ' V .JW - ffwk Q' 1, f. ff '3 "j'5Y g 'N 3 A Wray, f. 5 mv! . ' iw fs-.Q MM AV? ,wx asv , A fm r J ' I ,ll :M fi., x 41, Q ,, yin, 1 U .Q-gf-a a 2,4--NX Q if 'K Zigi VACKING 0, I '- W-90' FIRS I QIZE 97121 ., . F mest efver made' PACKING CO INC ALBANY DIVISION ALBANY N Y III xii YQ If II 'fr E I 4 X AS xi MEAT FOOD PRODUCTS U I PACKING CO INC ALBANY mvlslou O o O 09 Q o n I4 6 CRIVSHED STONE BLAQKTOP PAX INC THE CALLANAN ROAD IMPROVEMENT COMPANY SOUTH BETHLEHEM N ZONE CONTROLLED For extra heat in cold rooms and baths For offices, camps, attic rooms For whole house heating JOHN T. D. BLACKBURN, Inc Heating Systems with stokcr. oil burncr, electricity BUILDING MATERIALS -- FUELS Serving Alban scwent ears A Y ' Y Y Ar Foot of Colonic St. Albany, N. Y 'J 1. ', J, ' Q. 1? F. - x .ll . K 0 ug ami ,, 33' 0 I f""""' If br, W Qin 3252 E i X xg ii Carlson's PAINT AND WAI LPAPER STORFS Artl t Materials Schenectady Scotla Amsterdam f loversulle Arthur M Brasure Frederlclt M Brasure JOHN W BRASURE 8t SCNS FUNLRAI DIRECTORS SINCF 1850 342 Hamilton Street ALBANY N Y A Fashzon Store WP!! DressedW0men Qmalt Apparel Mlllmery ACCCSSOTICS Lmgerxe Shoes ewelry Foundqtlom I 149 1 .S . A1 , . . 55 North Pearl Street Albany . for sf k 1 1 A' - . ' . . - -I - 4 ' . if 5- N if G3 Q99 1 SW ,G .. wg FZ' 6 sz my L Q .. .,.. Q. K N w ,-,M ve VAXYKY is if t 52 1 ,Qwf Q 5 'Q V 'Q N fxo Vw THE WUODWARD CO XI B-XNX Nl H XORR Il ll 0 XX X L 7 X, Tivoli Strvvt Y , , , Y I 1 . , 41 5 Back Row: Bvavcr, Cameron, Ehr- hardt, Fc-rbc-r, Glassbrook. Front Row: Dinowitz, Simon, Brown, Hellvr. JLRW AA RUM 'I' r ' CHOWUE' President-elect Mark Holler surveys a grand Q J SA""L' Pnsiaenljb encampment at the Club Morocco. SF vmgg mm., M munmww f Ah, make the most of what we yet may spend, Before we too into the Dust Descendg Dust into Dust, and under Dust, to lie, Sans Wine, sans Song, sans Singer and-sans E Oh threats of Hell and hopes of Paradzse One thing at least zs eertam Thls Lxfe H135 One thing ts certain and the rest zs lzes The Flower that once has blown for ever dzes Tzs all a Chequer board o Nights and Days Where Destzny wzth Men For Pzeees plays Hzther and Ihxther moves and mates and sla And one by one back ln the Closet lays Why be this juxce the growth of God who flare Blaspheme the twzsted tendrzl as a Snare7 A Blessing we should use rt should we no And nf a Curse uhy then Who set tt there? nd! YS 5 up xg 3 2" EDI'-Iwvo J Q3 Eesti OM XR lxH XYYNM The Prophet Although the Rum md L howde r C lub ns not an ofheml Xe' xden y Ofgdnll mon t flls 1 ne ed long felt for 1 group whose purpose would be the study f 1930 -XD and proceeded thereupon to declxre as 1ts alm To seek l1tcr'1ry 'ind soclal fraternity through the twlsted tendrll of our greit prophet OMRR KHLXYYAM Enrollment jumped phenonlenillv 'md an unwrxtten constltutlon was set up proudmq for 1 bahnced dlvlslon of cxpenes place of mutmq and ldIIllSSlOl'1 of new members A number of IIILLIIHZS were held at prlvate residences untnl Pete s wis decxded upon IS thc officxal Sltt for future grand encimpnxe nts Through the courtesy of the presxdeit elect Mark Holler oiflcnl membcrsh1p cards were prepared whlch served 'ls ldentxlicatxon for the sexeml comrades and which be-mr the mscrlptlon The cups thit cheer but not mebrlate Cfsowpersl Teewsw 1 , l I , ' .' , ff-ff . , , , , , ff I 1 in 1. . I J. X s . 5 ' f ' Y . . . 1 V I 7 f J , . . , h V I J 1 I . , ., LJ . - I . . , 1 t 1 I A 4 - 1 2 - : ' ". A .2 ' 1 ' 'Zz A , i 1 1 " , ' L . . . 0 hcdonics. The- Club was organize-d on thx' first day of - 1 1 1 1 1 f . . . . . H . L I . . L ? .. - - -, A ' 4 , r 1 ' 1 1 I I, K , ' 1. 1 3.1, r 5 11 t Q y I U l 1 1 I 1 . 45 J HY 1 K' 1 1 I . . l w 1 K 1 l 1 D K 1 . ' A , . A , 'K . ' h , . h x I . h . . V r v I . 1 I . . . , u - - 7- . L , . MARSHALL W. TEBUTT'S SONS FUNERAL CHAPELS james G. Tebbutt james G. Tebbutt, Jr. Edward C. Tebbutt 420 Kenwood Avenue, Delmar Telephone 9-2212 I76 State Street, Albany Telephone 3-2179 A. J. ECKERT co. Incorporated PLUMBING, HEATING AND INDUSTRIAL PIPING 1062 Central Avenue York Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Albany 5, N. Y. Pipe Fabrication Industrial Specialties R. B. WING 8: SON CORP. CONTRACTORS AND MILL SUPPLIES 713 NUI 384 Broadway Albany, N. Y. Phone 3-4161 4 ALBANY C2625 TRADE-MARK BOTTLING COMPANY wgw Lx "N 'Q Elm- sr 'Y 4. mm fr VV x. -S I ph ag '11 I ,as i , 3 2 +I? 4,4 'vu N 1 N f x 91, f, , Q ai -C , Y v , - 'L .f.- 1, A ei? 'Q-fw-J was lam P '??ilh3!,Ar Us 'A Mez. K A V 8 I LIVERMURE CHEVROLET Inc Cnrs CHFVROLI' T Trucks -lfll Central Avenue All!-XNY N Y Ulelcphone 3 3348 Qimergrnrv ff A ef S., dlangc 5 I Zpnthcraru ,Shop qgmimhtl, 1583 57 Bobs Sat at llancaster mmf? ,4 gimp 6 ga 33 H Mr S455 ---m f ,Q '- Uitllmm 51111 'iizmge 1511 6 I-'DWKRD C D ALBANYS LEADING MUSIC STORE PIANOS Stemwaw Ixnabe Icster Betsy Ross Story SL Clark Fischer INSTRUMI NTS Conn lan American I udvuq 8. I lldvllg C xbson Martln Ixay Tl I IX ISION AND RADIOS so Complete lme of Sheet Muslc and Musical Accessories MCCLURE SL DORWALDT, Inc b-I North Pearl Street ALBANY N Y ORW XLD1 Presxdent LOUIS E DORWALDT Secretary Treasurer I l57 1 9 0 I Y W r C ti A 1 "' 1 1 , . , . . 'EJ , A L - , S' Q, . fi' -A 5, ,. X .TWV X, X "A 1 . ' I I lllllllllllltigll XX 1 f' QQ f' N 'N' NA F' ,.v Y ,gil , : -HX Q . H -"7 m' ' 2 N- ,- , 1111! , - P QEEIEQ' A - .L n . J -3 A M. , - . iii no answer 0:8281 Q33 all L, lv A . QE, pw , ' 11- J, - 9 X 1- 7- ,. , , ,T ,, L ,,,, -1 lrfifu -AVF I. - A All . ijw -N I : I .5 s. ,fi-:V ------I uf, 1 X A --'AT . I I V o y A 0 Q W I v v 7 x- is ..,, .1 .3 a 1 ' Q ' -- J 9 - ' D, ' , 1' v 4' " . ' ' . ' a ' s 1 . ' . a ' - 9 a Al: - 1 ' , 5 O I , 4 0 . : . 1 Y, ' . , ' Weil lNIcLain Boilers Kohler of Kohler and Radiators Fixtures INTERSTATE PLUMBING SUPPLY COMPANY, INC. 733 Broadway l6l Smith Street Albany, New York Poughkeepsie, New York Phone 3-3247 Phone 4830 Wholesale Dealers of PLUMBING . . . HEATING . . . KITCHEN EQUIPMENT Pipe Cutting to Sketch Warm Air Pipe Furnaces .... -X ir Conditioning Units, L. P. and Gas Water Heaters Pumps . . . Oil Burners . . . Gas and Electric Rranges Distributors of The New YVONDER-WORKING YOUNGSTOYVN KITCHENS for 1950 By MULLINS . . . World's Largest Makers of Steel Kitchens Call Troy 766 Schenectady Enter 96-I7 NIICHAEL O'BRIEN, President "Some one's words are here. impatient for life" 5 JOHN MISTLETOE ' ' BOOKSHOP 56" 49-A Dove Street Washington and Main Avenues ALBANY 6, N. P Y. .J D..t1. 4..J.., . 1-,HJ I 52,3295 f A Qgi? A jgi-S" J " ,. im., Y, w i 1, A M Q Q mf 5 N -'WG K H, F gh , "w. Q Qs' R2 I M255 if X an-fr WITH 'S ww? isa-I W Q x xi . THE THAT BE vi' Y SIR, I AM CON Ill Q H.RfH. BUGS ,. xv --If g if ' 5 ASSBRLQOK EXPLAINS INFL ON 34A Q' 'Il I lx 1 Dollar for Dollar You Can t Beat a Pontiac YAGER PONTIAC Inc NEW CAR SALES AND SERVICE USED CAR DEPARTMENT 470 Central Asenue 840 Central Avenue Phone 2 4471 Phone 2 3374 GREEN S OFFICE OUTFITTERS STATIONERY GIFTS GREETING CARDS Phone 3 3155 8-16 Green St Albany N Y Compliments of GLENVILLE BANK 201 Mohawk Avenue SCOTIA 2, N. Y. Member of F. D. I. C. I 160 I YR Clam Log SF P1 I' NIBFR rhool opcm 1nd Mr Mflildllll wclgonui li hack wlth bhnd UDIIIIIIQIII Chulu prmuti tht IOIIIIIIISSIOHS of nhl Nlllor ind C lpldllli llld S114 c1ClmtS hum IH hour of qlorx om x moon vc 1 1 u x ll '11 1 p SSIIIIISIII dl wc oo mound for somr new Ind flcnclxsh roads to SKIIIOIIUS T111 l'ro1111n 111 lchmc falls tlnouqh and thc 7th Form IS orginmd sccrct Conf: rfncrs hm ld 111 tlu olhurs loclmx room f"5- ""'J ,J if fs Lyn UP TO DATI SIORL NVOIIICH s Apparel TROY N Y Repairing 4ppr'us'1ls H XV ANTI NIANN 1,5 lPW1l1R Q NEW JTUPENT5 J7 M udcn Lane Albiny, N Y WILL BE REOUV 5 D Telephone 4 8298 ev HERE X Spuldmg WV1lson Rc'1c'h WN rlqht 8. Dltson X N SPORTIlNi C OOD? 11 H1'kts..f- -H ,XY-f 1? r 'll Lbfii K A ,lffl Z , E n I Ol I OBLR Football qc ts ofl to xo 1r1ng stnt IS we lx lt Cwthrdril 2619 Fall tcnms COIHIIIKIICKS a hmm schvdulc of thren nmtchcs hx dmfcatmq Lxsallm of Txow C0111 other oppomnts ware Lamllc of Trox and L'1sallc of Trot rmspnctnclx J P M S 8eT C L P T xgun pulls tl: mhbnt out of :hr hat, announcmg thr luutmnennts, fixst sfrgmnnts, .md lessrr dl2YlltI1I'llS of thre Belt tahon VV: bnxt lhrIlCllelIlllXlllt IH football, 87, through thc Courtrm of "l311k's' sexfctx SPFCIXL DISCOUNTS TO S1 UDENTS NIV1 ROPOLITAN LOAN CO J-l 36 Hudson Awenue Corner Green Street 1 1 L L l . 1 e I ' ' ' 1 . 4 l " ,, -lzfz 1z"., 2" 3 Thr- "h " is o -1, tl 1' fzu' ltj is in IIS uslzl stet' cf 0,4 , '1d ' l li 4 - . . R ' , K el I ' ' . 1 ' - ' : ' r h V ' t 6 . y . . . . . . fx Q -il' . , . . 45 - : ' 5 '?. ,.gI'r . . - .- ' , l 1 1 .e . Vlrffjf P' Q Q' 1' -ff,-rf-ee. 3 ,. .-fi' -. k sr ff"',..'f' 'I v F ,f,.fi,.c::N,,-y,21,,. 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NN -:bb .... M- MW N-I MQ F """w"-15 ...L ' ,N '- W E.-htqqhgm-,i ""'g-N' -s"q-N cw mm me u, 1-I., Ch ,, 1- ,, IECIKIERT CUDIIIL, COMPANY FUEL OILS OIL BURNER INSTALLATIONS SERVICE TELEPHONES 429 431 SECOND STREET 53431 53432 ALBANY 5 N Y 5g:55g.s5-fs:-.Vf.f55 . - .- ' - - V V ' ::,-:.:f-:ff . x 1 ' ' Q 5 f YQ -1 - x, -.'1 Af Ag 'i C'-Q ' ' , '54 1' O 4 ' Y ' 32 . , ' 1 I 1 . ' K I 35- ' I if ' 1- ... .4 N N -. ,f , , . . I , V . XL L- , '-., - V , ,,:v?::V-:fV- Y, . D ,. ,I . : - 1 Q 4, 4 , . V I A I V LV V - 0 M I ' S 13, I I ' . 1 - - I -K -' - 555 : '- A V - f n ,, A .. , 'n,,,,L 1 5 P L- G tr x I x g x1 'sl I, 1 3 JK 5 1 , ' J ' -, hi' I. .f. 0 .. I ' fl I 1. I-f I L I I - X va , , 0 .: -.-Ifgngr -g:,g::,',:ffg- , -.51 X 'fir I'Hf1 , r "' L - of f - f Y -A 'ff , I ! ' V, m f: t .1 Hixgglx , .:?!,,55 I :. -fff ff F--I---s---. ' I, :f ff 0 . 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W" I -'-' '- - I - "' -..::-.:-.1-. - 4 -.-V yr . . - ic o n une. 1 - - . , , , llllllllt Watt rs drops iround to prrsent us Confusion relgns as some anqurshed ldroms of student Oflgln appear on the blackboards Mr Holmes glves us up as the lost qeneratron for the first of many tlmcs and sets us to work wlth erasers BCHS 27 AA 6 Non dream Through 1 mist of run whrch dosent fa7e us ln the sllghtest we watch hoarse from cheer mg as Albany Hugh goes down 1n defeat for the second consecutive year The score 13 6 The boys guardmg the school on Halloween hopefully put the elder on the radlator and steel themselves for a posslble slurmlsh ln the defense of the storud halls and wud walls NOVEMBER 'Ihr Flfc and Drum Corps makes nts debut brforr 1 cr1t1e1l xuduncr of muslc lovers wxth 1 new Bittallon flwq Cuxdon flags A bllndmq snowstorm f'uls turn b'1ck Darrow 59 13 The first parade not bad Maybe It was Marvs cold weather well you cant and a new set of to deter us and we not bad m'1ybe It was the w1n all of them STITTIG S CONFECTIONERY Q15 VI 26 AA 7 The 5th Forms Harvest Hop seems to make thmgs a lot brlghter Nught Must Fall IS selected for the jomt Johnson Office gets through wxth xt Coach Snbrsch takes over the dublous honor of coachmg hoop Mr Mexslahn announces the first honor roll 1n chapel combmmg w1th 1t a stern promul gatlon De Chapelus Skzppendus Puff Ball a la Whltney Chook shotj rs maugurated Dangerous Nlght as harmless a plav as can anyvs here be found IS agreed UD upon as the final Jomt play seleetlon Glassbrook rs Major for a day as Anderson v1s1ts Prmceton Waltsmes comes through wxth some qulck thmlunq ln 1 chapel 'announcement The Red Cross has started 1ts 'lnnual drlve and contrlboo controbl donatxons wlll now be accepted by your class presldents 3 f-7, ec: 1' K? . 'Ez . :-4.7.-S':g K Y -1-p M M7 , i fl Viz. ,I Emenck L A Emerlck EMERICK FARM EQUIPMENT COMPANY COHOES NEW YORK On Route No 9 Phone CEdar 7 2304 Everything for the Farm WATERVILLE LAUNDRY INC Careful Qualnty Servxce At Moderate Prices Established 1885 289 CENTRAL AVENUE Phone 5 2241 1023 Madnson Avenue ALBANY N Y Phone 2 1716 Home Made Candles and Ice Cream tc. Lunches Served M ? 01304.- ,' .K-ll NG 'Mix 'P ' ' 10 , . . ', K . . . l5 . I. , . -. . . . ' . 22 A . ' z' ' ' ., ' Q, 3 -A R ' ' ' A. . ' . . ' 31 y ' . ' . . , 1 - . ' . I 1 . 4. . . y Z ' ' C I 's . ' - . 7 4 '. . U 5 I . . 5 ' ' K I ' 2 - ll - , - , . . 12 4 ' ' l , -1 ' I n4+no I4 st -I an - - - play, but only the punctuation ls left after the sf ' " 15 . 2 ' ' 16 ' . ' f . , Q - 1 K' ' , 13 K. - ,H 4 . 21 . -. . 7 I . ..- L.: ' x ' .. . 7' ' ' We A WV I e --H 1 f ,Q G Y - Q -T " ' "4-'--42 3 , . . - -1- " :' Y - X x .J y A EU QA Y. ' Q . .X V 6 Fuller SL 0 Bnen, Inc GENERAL INSURANCE 75 STATE STREET ALBANY N Y Sims starts his inquisition: 'iAre you now, or have you ever been a Babbxt?" A new puff ball record is set at 69. Academy goes out in the first round at the Basketball Jamboree and the boys drift in one by one to cry' in their brew at Cal s. Turkey. Snow. 28-Dec. 3 Anti-Stoneman swearing week. 29 The student body' votes on the life or death of the Societies. DECEMBER Some of the boy's br'1ve the elements 'md journey' to Wesleyan. The geeks 'are born. The battle of liull Run is reenacted in the 6th Form room complete with erasers 1nd juicy apples. Dr. Velte expounds on the sex life of the common sloth. The Dramatics Society becomes mischievous and breaks into the Buttery' in quest of ice cream sandwiches leaving amplr reimburse ment for their theft ZW PM 1 R - ME :ml -Y X 67' N ALBERT E OLIVFR INC - - Distributors - - Goodyear Tires an Willard Batteries Dial J-3061 -5-3562 206 Central Avenue ALBANY 6 N. Y. Compliments of GERTRUDE LEVISON Antiques 51 HUDSON AVFNUE MILTON F LEVISON Sporting Goods ll Compliments of 5 6 ,L " .? STANDARD MF G COMPANY t 1 Arakelian Brothers L si?" -f"" 5.1 JACKFT MANUI ACTURLRS ,,...... V ,'4""- f""-X X Uvvwre Dick Whitney and Jlm Tacy forget their CEEB applications bringing a reply from Mr Holmes lacking in the usual vigor It hap pens every year The daily second period lunch for seniors curtailed by Mr Mexslahn because some candy wrappers of September vintage were found on the 6th Form room floor John Santiago sends us a Christmas card 137 River Street TROY N Y 22 25 26 I J , C 27 d 2 . , 4 fi . 8 Y I0 ' Nq L 1 Y X 1, E 0 ' ' A vt r C ' ' " ,lx '9 V MI- I B Cfgy 40 GREEN STREET 5 I 0 i GI i ' I 0 I 6 U . 2 U 12 i . . . . i . i , I . 13 ' g ' 1 is SCHENECTADY GAZETTE SCHLNECTADY S I I ADINC Nl WSPAPI R FOR OVI R ITIFTY FIVI YP ARS ORANGE MOTOR CO Inc 799 CI' NTRAL AX HNUI' Xl BANY TNI ll X ORR There s a FORD ln Your Ifutule Telephone 2 'lbbl Specialized Automotne Seruce Orxqmal Equipment Parts EHRLICH ELECTRIC SERVICE 200 Fourth Street Trow New Xorlx EHRLICH SCHENECTADY UNC, PHRLICH C 1 ILNS IALI S UNC 928 State Street 149 Bas Street Schenectady N Y Clens lalls N Y AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLY CO 280 Central Ax enue Albany IN Y Il6Fl 1 9 1 u w w 1 2 l H 2 T 4 - 4 F T 1 , . . O, 9 . 7 1 , . v , 4. Y , , . 4 A 1 , . , , as a 4 ' 1 , in , . . 34 Y in Business C HARLFS H. TOC HFY , T V 7 , . v ' T, , 1 , Q T 7 1 , , , 4 , l 1 1 , In , , , l , ' f, . . , T , . . 1 Today is the first d1y of exstms, oueh. But on our stage 1 group of eh1r1Cter UD actors emotes in onc of the better Clf'lIll'lS of thc century Bcforz the Hrst day of Cll!'1StIll'lS uccss Mr Mc 1sl xhn bld us 1 Marry Chr1st1111s 1nd 1 Happx New YL11' thcn w1t1 hcd thm gluful H1195 mxodus IANU XRY Tomght 19 the 1n1ugur1l mectmq of the A X Rum and Chowder Lluh Mr Gurus Cof the blond hsurj slttempts to stagm 1 smeond Teanqlcwood Conefrt Allllif cntlx some unhzlpful ad1ust1111nts h1d bun madc Wllll thc phonoqrlph sxstcm md tha 111 ISIC hld 1 dce1d1d tcndanu to Curclle Olwxouslx 1 d1rtx eo111111ur11st plot 1s 1s tho day for thx lllllltllk 1nsp1ct1on, but wh1r1 '1r1 the msputorsp Oh th Il tluy thu just droppcd 111 for lunch B1 lvtr 'mnounms 1n elxss Illlitlllq tl11t thr Glllll0H w1ll bc some tum 1n fXpr1l but hastm ns to IX plzun th1t lt IS much warmcr 111 Th ichnr Pearls thnn amhow How s th'1t aga1n9 A ITIOVIC cnt1tled F1rst Md 1n Drumg projected on the screen Drlxe slow' Somn of the hcip conno1s1urs beg to dlffcr out loud yct' A 1111ss 1111 ctmg of the school l1stens restwcly to som: Studfnt COllI1Cll proposals eoncc rnmq thx SOCIKULS Those lJI"lVK bmw: spc 1lx1 rs on tha pl ltfOIII1 Tha nmw AC"ldLIllX stuclc nt Cslrds arm werx mcg but dont sum to Carry as much wa 1ght as 1 dr1ft c 1rd Mr Webber IS st1ll sick todas No test II tw, haw' Mr Sav1gc tf1CS to mtf rest thc assembly ln the slnglng of 'ln fX111cr1e1n17ed hxmn w1th 1 RUSSIOH h1storx 1tt1Ched G ms our llkc a cement cloud Holmes vs Barnes H I thmlx th1s room 19 1 mess It looks I9 lf sommlmodx thrcw 1 xotte Il 1ppl1 1 1 w1l ss Hlwl I' 'nw' u thmlx ll s funnx dr xou 1 t 1 1 Who sud th1t ' I dld Get out ff x1t l ClONVI1SI'lQll These ofhccrs' Regcnts fxams for sfmors arr1ve w1th ruflles 1rd flournshfs Nlr Holmes tnlls llIOSl not t1lx1ng thrm to go honu Vlr W1 hhcr tells 1091 tllung 5th I'OFIll classms to stu 1 Mtlslahn brlatmdlx tmlls lwrxonf tc stu lllllll 5 P 'VI Ml s1n1ors txlxr off hx l P NI 'Ihr ICC storm mlmost kups Huh fu Ill tl Inq tht Rcqrnts hut not Qllllf N111 rx 'immors rtturnmg to 5th Form ellssfs ld tm 11154 lus behind on than wollx lhf fllllltX 15 xecusmg tht 6th Form of 11 ttmz thc books get clustx Unfanr' mumble qrumhlr Tug' mumble grumble Revolt' I EBRL -XRY Someonc snmshcd thc hth Form 1oom elorlx KallX todax M1 Wcblxrs NI1 ch Dr xwmq el1ss w s mv1cu1tmd to wuw thx ff 111 uns As tht cl1ss dd not xs p111111ss1on to lc vc thmre should he 1 lD0lllT1Q pot 1n tha form of Mr Holmns tomorrow CAOIHPIIIIICIIIS of MR and MRS HFNRY F SCHOLTZ I wuz 1 A nu 21 fa kdm' illzolzrfl N 579, JXUI T BABBITT INC. 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X lfl C0 wely 'XI X -:-T-Tcrouat r Holmes explodes rs expected bert hrs fire el brrmstone loses some of rts force when he rfuses the hth Forrrr wrth the' 7th Form r Bull Beaver hrts the Westrnqhouse jrelepot ind M H N H Be the e M r Lurtrs jumps at the opportunrty to delrver Congr rtulwtory or rtron rn Chapel You arent gomq to egriduite Dayenport Im not vworrred Im gorng to bust you down to a prrv'rte rf IIS the lust thrng I do rrmsh sets er new bre'1st stroke re Cord etmq of the Rum .And L lrowder Club The semrfinils ln the declamatron Contest Fr rtf Comes out wrth 1n errrbrttered de nuncrr tron of those foolrsh eomre' booles about g mg ste Illl rs 'end fist women that 'rre porsonmg the nds of our youth So thsets rt The sue week marks eurne out ind the below zero weather comcrdes wlth below par grades HS the two of the class genruses 'rre smrtten by yrndretrve hand of Nir Mrdgley Both Gov Dewey rnd Frrtz Clsessbroole barely ei P 'I ge ss Amerrefrn Hrstory Lo D wrns Rrfle nrors .rre loe leed out rll el y er s d NI Mrdzley roy e t rophy s Cll he sron of the topre rust begun o ht Followmq the eremetron of Nlllb Pl1XSlCS bo o Mr Holmes xerees frrmlrrr plan f Closrng the 6th Form room for the remarnder 0 the ye rr M ARC H Three pale and momenterrrly cottonmouthed frrnlrsts Clrmb the strrrs to the plitform for th decleimatron contest Nrcle Ormsby rs the e un rmmous wrnner over Ronny Smeton and Ste ye Lozqe shfell '7 The 6th Form room rs loeleed up for Ill 1n de Q0 finrte pe rrod of trme Mr Holmes has made od on hrs threat PAUL MCNAMI E Rle AI I' S1 ATI Commercial and Industrral I oans l20 St'rte Street ALB KNY Nl'W YURR K I N C1 S THI- CHII DRI N S 'SHOP Boys Inrls and Infants Wear Telephone Troy 2788 R C RPYNGLDS CO Complete Home lurnrshers Monument Square FROY N Y Telephone Albany 3 8718 N fi! 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JOHNSON PI.-XRRY F. EEEL .,,.....,.... CHARLES A. SCHNEIDI-1 T, GARDNER DAx '..,...... LAWRENCE W. EEELH.. DOUGLAS W, fjLCOTT IN. I.. L. PELTZ R. INIURRAY VVILLARD GEORH IN Sum N MEMBER FEDERAI RESERXE SX STEM MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Ruth Andrux Srudm ONTARIO 8 BENSON STS. ncuu- I ,lf Al eoney cops the Sergeants Drlll If he lsn t careful he w1ll develop a declde-d l1st to port Cthc medal sxdej Dewey throws a G'tnq Bang 'at the Executlvc M1DS1OH Rum and Chowder Club Meetmg CWe 1re reportmq only the partlcuhrly memorable ones J Today 15 the first day of the Regents Schohr shlp Exams The number 2 'tttrlctlon ns 1 I'1fe and Drum Corps conce rt Mr CUFIIS conducts 'ns never before but there IQ n sllqht d1ssens1on m the ranks The chemistry class journeys to the Colee pl mt unfortun1tely wlthout clothe spxns A class meetmg mulls over the matter of reopenlng the oth Form room Later ln the day the room commnttee completes negotxx tlons for a p'1Ct wlth Mae' md squ'1tters rxghts are reifhrmed Beaver retuxns from Washmgton l KT' X fi 15 N0 Ne ,.z XTQ M144 Lf X-N. L+ X? lx 'T i .f d? X 4 Gwwl- The new SOCICIICS hold thexr organxntlonal meetmgs 'after school Mr Coltons Glee Club glves a sensatzonftl concert m chapel Tne student body 'tpplxuds so enthusmstlcilly that lt encores 1ts way rxght Into second perlod 16 School mums Olny why brmg fha! up? Plerre hid 1 sllght dlflerence of opmlon wlth one of the more prominent Prlneeton nge s and IS excommunxeated from eh xpel Woe IS Pound 98 VACATION Now the re s somethlnq worth mentlomng' l acle to school and the Culdon lS beqmnmq to rear lts ugly head But then so IS the O B pc-rsonlfied 1n the v1s1on of I1 be '1ut1ful malden clad m the very latest str'1ple ss evenmq gown droool Frank Shepard fthe buxldl delnvers one of hx famous or ltxons This p'lI'tlClltl one concern mg the COIUUIIJIZI Forum on Democracy was concluded wlth a rather 1ll advised comment These fellows really hill a lot to siv So does Fr'1nk lt seems . , . . . l . ' 4 K . 1 . 4 - I ' . . 6 ' f e . - ' 0 . . X . 1 ' Q. 7 ' Y u ' v ' . 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X A I Sl i - !7 q . . 4 . x 1 , I 1 l gl -Q' Compliments of MANN BROTHERS WHOLLSALI -IPWFI ERS Compliments of BEN KATZ FURNITURE STORE 2238 40 Flfth Ayenue TROY NEW YORK I mcoln Mercury JARRFTT MOTORS INC 351 Central Ay enue AI BANY 2 N Y Sales 6 7634 Servnce I sometimes think that never blows so red The Rose as where some buried Caesar bledg That every Hyacinth the Garden wears REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE Dropt in its Lap from some once lovely Head. lll State Street Cgmplimcnts 0f Established 1885 A FRIEND THIBAUT GE:2,2',:e5.,. S 5 pam tonemcm 102 Years Sinve 1848 GRIFFITHS-VAN DUZER CO. GENERAL INSURANCE 50 STATE STREET ALBANY 7, N. Y. Phone 3-1201 CAMP ETTOWAH FRYEBURG, MAINE A summer camp for boys 8-16 years of age. Enrollment definitely limited to fifty boys for the season july and Augist. Twenty-fourth Season. G. BRITTON HOLMES Owner and Director Today brmgs a v1s1t from Mr Kovacs moun ta1n cllmber extraordmaxre Walt Mott vol unteers to asslst hxm m a thrllllng demonstra t1on of glacler scahng Qulte a tr1ck consxder mg they never left the conhnes of the platform APRIL The fertnle 1m'1g1n'1t1ons of the OB decora tlons committee run wxld and plan a brldge wxth water under lt How we laugh A faulty projector lemves the Amerlcan Revo lutlon ln m1da1r Wlll Paul Revere arrlve ID tlme to warn the cltlzens of the attack of the redcoatsg Wall Mrs Godfrey be able to Hght off the Indxans untll help arrlvesp V1s1t your local theater for the next thrxllmg mstallment Today IS the first drlll session at the Wash mgton Ave Armory What 1 dlsllluslonmg experience Marv gets the Cornell Natxonal Scholarshxp Some of the boys get lost 1n '1 mckel shootmg game The gruelmg afternoon clalms a few Kay dets Harry Robcrts ,I1m Fnsh 'und an un ldtntlhed casualty blte the dust vn the black out route For the first day the entlre Guldon IS reeled off wxthout a hxtch The decoratxons for the OB begln to shape up The calm before the storm CNIGHT fll The prellmmarles f2l THE REAL THING Q35 the Walt for the an nouncement C4j A You re Adorable f5J ON TO THE O B The glrls enter v1ew the decoratlons and swoon mto the arms of thcxr swwms-or was that just an exeusr The Maj distributes the bracelt ts the chapcrones thur hands and the musxc starts Suddenly or xt seems so- 1s2AMItsallover Oflslp Act II Scene I Wolferts Roost The O Brltn clan entertains the Academy trlbc Scene II Thacher Park The conventlon of 1nv1s1ble delegates watches the sun rnse Scent III Anderson Dmer The trlbe dlnes royally yawns and zzzz z z 2 Act III But no' There s a hardy 1nd1v1dual an 'mother stxll up? The final few get to bed at l'1st Its all over The decoratxons are all gone and so are wc BUT SCHOOL Act III Scene the last The ln evltable questlons Who was that wxth you' What tlme dld you grt home? Dld you But these are soon replaced by Have you heard from Podunkf' Many are accepted m colleges Sprmg sports get under way wnth Pete Ashby planmng to partlclpate 1n two sports Corporal Franchere has a httle trouble wlth h1s squad Glassbrook gets two scholarshlps from Amherst and Wesleyan Tennls team under the leadershlp of Mxke OBr1en preps for a match w1th LASALLE OF TROY Barnes gets a full tultxon scholar shlp from Colby Where? Squads begm practice for Squad Drxll An Academy banner 15 dedlcated at the Club Morocco No It xsn t stuck on the cellmg 1884 1950 A HAGAMAN 8: CO BAKERS 877 887 Madison Avenue ALBANY N Y Z4 :af WOMENS APPAREL ALBANY N Y MADISON SHOE REBUILDERS 807 Madison Avenue Skates Sharpened by Factory Methods Ice Creepers Installed Under Heels Rubbers and Overshoes Half Soled Hats Custom Made I eather Patches for Knees and Seats of Children s Snow Suits Shde Fasteners Repalred Shoes Dyed Telephone 5 7571 . , ' . . . . U - ,, . . . . . , , 1 1 . . ' . . ' ' . 1 . L . 1 1 . 1 7 ' ' I . . . 1 1 , P ' O ' - as . 1 - ,, i . . ' . . ' '.l ' ' 1 1 - , e 2 9 . x 4 , . 11 s as 1 ' a ' 1 - , 41 -u ' ' 1 , . s ' ' 1 , 1 . + ' .t, , . .t s - h , i , . . s 0 ' 1 . , s 1 M 'T Z ' , V . . . ' s d . - . 1 , 1 . ' . 1 1 . 9 - - I t . 1 , I 1 1 . - 9 ' . . I E . V 9 . . 1 , K . ln 1 ' I ' 9 1 , . . . . , . . . , . Compliments DENTISTRY S FINEST CHROME ALLOY of Albany Compliments of MOHAWK PONTIAC CO 1021 State Street SCHENECTADY N Y PAT TRUCHIO JR P rt TOWNSEN D R MOREY Insurance 50 State Street ALBANY NEW YORK Phone 4 9133 I 174 l 7 3.x We . . I , . . , ., aner 0 9 Mr Midgley conducts a forum on the Chma situation in Monday chapel Schurig subs for Dmny on the panel and Red Froman grves Marv the word on communist party recognl tion Larry Ehrhardt and Dick Whitney are elected ffor one day only think the Lordl to the positlons of Cnty Comptroller and Welfart Commissioner respectively Looks like Larry is following in the family footsteps The base ball team loses '1 heartbreakcr to BCHS 6 5 Pete Ashby collected 1 homer a double and a single but the fielding dep'lrtmcnt doesnt come through Anderson takes most of the day off hauling chairs for the card party CU The quarter finals of the Squid Drills are drilled ofl' Second period lunch goes high brow on us and buys '1 sumptuous l'1yer cake from the bake sale Half 1 dozen of thc boys put it away ln no time flat Semi finals of the Squ1d Drill find Heller White H'1rr1s and Carnell still ln the run ning The tennis team travels to Hudson and absorbs a loss The basebill teim be'tts C ll A Beck mt ets at Dt wew s house to discuss Homer fand watch the P1ddy DeMarco vs jim Brady brawl over televlsxonj The boxs travel to Menands for the l1st night of the O C Buck Show MAY Harris of Company B wms the Squad Drill The Physics class start a forced march to meets a bitter fate in the form of a cannon cracker The assasslns are still at large but we h'we an mklmg Cannon crackers again This time on the school bus Weeks vacation No pay Lefty does his best but to no avail Beck meets at Larry s house to learn about the Rus sian composers Track team gets clobbered by VI Netmen beat Hudson High Cum Laude mltlates are announced ll count em ll' Pete Ferber IS the Valedlc torlan la'l'h9'r'S 11- S-ms ay 'FATHI R S 5-:NS ny:-1Q'I76944 4 7 'N'-X... "'Y.v-s I 5: A Ov-vw4 JOSEPH C KLEIN INC IRON AND STEI-L SCRAP 82 State Street AI BANY NEW YORK ALBANY CORRUGATED CON 1' AIN ER CORPORATION 481 South Saratoga Street COHOES N Y Serving Cohoes for Q9 Years COHOINS SAVINGS BANK Remsen Street Corner Seneca COHOES N Y Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation ' CL I li A ' , . 1 , . . . . . ' . " I .-+-. z f ' . . . ., 1 ' O 4 A 9 1 , . , K v . I , Q . - 1 ' . , K it V K . , , 1 - n v L J ..- K . L l. , . 1 4 1 I ' ' , . . ' - . n V, . 1 . 5 ' ' , . . . , v K I I .-+-. finish the text book. The CUE suggestion box ' 9 K. . I . Y , . i . K , b- t l . 1 , ' , n n 4 .' 1 I T ' if S' L ug 3 e Q o I! 0 , - ' J -Q i A I 74 ,. 0 9 J , .5 I .... : - - "A . 'f ,-x,. I S, ' L v ,,, ,X--C. T- ti- fx,--s. . .a-V. -N ,xt I I A ,L ff? Lxgfx , - 1-4... -4. 'Ihf Alovirzvg lfizzgrr' zi'rite'.t.' rmfl, h!ll'i71,2' fllnzww rm: nor all Ihr Piffy nm Wil Shall hue it bark fn ftlllffl half II Line Q .Nur all Ihr Tfvzrif :raxh Ollf ll Uvmrl of if ffI,UTHIliRS , , , Compllmcnts of a l'r1cnd Schenectady. N. Y. of the ALBANY ACADEMY Bcst YVishcs MR. and MRS. HARRY WARSH Est. 1898 FLOR-IST 121 North Pearl Street Ruth Andrus Slurlio lll lklr. Sharp is both:-rt-d hx' l't'l'l2llll pr.tnkstr-rs who pt-rsist in knocking on his door, throwing it opt-n, and placing bookhugs lm:-for-v tht- vn- trzimx-. Their heads will roll. I2 Today is "W'ild Goose" day und tht- vntin- tith Form unilm-S in drawing tinx' footprints on 4-vm-rx' squart- inrh of tht- building walking into vc-ntilntors, walking out windows, 1-vt-n walking over Mt: M1-islnhn's cloor. Mr. lklvis- lahn pstvks him nfl' with an fc-w wt-ll-thus:-n words. I3 Mr. llolnn-s warns us in vlztss Illttllllg ol' tht- lJt'I'llS of nn unc'Oopt-rz1tivt- ronnlniutr-. You me-un one without il hottlv? 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