Allderdice High School - Allderdice Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Class of 1935
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N compiling this Journal, it has been the aim
of the Senior Classes to form some lasting
memoranduin of school friends and activities.
Graduating from Allderdice, the Seniors will
enter a new world with new conditions and re-
quirements. The work demanded of different
persons will vary, but all will enjoy recalling
their high school days. If this year-hook can help
retain those memories, its purpose will have been
e 1 cl e r cl i c: e
VOLUME VI NUMBER I
lwblislzefl jointly by Smiors of 168
J :mmm cmd fame Classes
-ii 'THE TAYLOR ALLDERDICE HICZH SCHOOL -----i-
-l--l- SHADY AND FORWARD AVENUES ----ll
PITTSBURG H, PA. -
In sincere appreciation of the service and
ceaseless energy which he has so willingly
rendered us, of his enthusiastic support of all
class and school projects which have helped in
our advancement, we, the senior class of 1935,
dedicate this, our Journal, to
J. S. Glaes
'li ournal Staff ni-
Margaret Paddock Betty Rosenfield
Faculty Editors-Miss Ann A. Houston, Miss Diantha W. Riddle
Daniel Lichtenstein, Leonard Levison, Freda Lewin, Beatrice Lynch, Davis Olds,
Martha Nietz, Roberta Maizlech, Marjorie Mills, Betty jane Oliver, Selma Ories.
Esther Robbins, Martin Sachnoff, Clarence Schulz, Mary Sipula, Leonard Sikov, Edith
Stewart, jacques Wachtel, Jacqueline Weil, Robert Williams, Grace Thomas.
Miriam Beeson, Robert Brown, Margaret Clark, Kensey Clarkson, jean Cole, Laura
Dancoff, Tressa Dolatowski, Sidney Dorfman, Robert Flocken, Lea Goldstein.
Henry Half, Carl Haller, Felicia Hamilton, Vera Harkness, john Hukill, Virginia
King, Jean Klinck, Robert Kornhauser, Jerome Lebowitz, Yolande Lebowitz,
jack Levin Jay Reich
Thomas McClure Lester Smith
Gerald Feldman, Chairman
Robert Mitchell Miriam Grimm
Adelaide Bacharach Gertrude Hastie
Henriette Bergmann Betty Lyle
Richard Cassady Stanley Markey
George Chakurda Anna Rupert
Betty Gall Matthew Seltzer
DR. ROLAND G. DEEVERS
Principal-Roland G. Deevers
Vice-Principal-Arthur C. Baird
Activities Director-+Ann A. Houston Vocational Counselor-VV. M. Sharp
Girls' Advisor-Lucy A. South
A. Clare Aptfelbach, Chief Clerk, Lois E. Hill, Clerk, Isabel T.
Dollard, Marie J.
Norton, Jennie A.
Angelo, John P.
Bartrim, Helen R.
Campbell, Helen L.
Johnson, Mathilda G.
Korona, L. W.
Longenecker, Clay H.
M.crCamblay, Katharine S
Melvin, John B.
Schaide, Anna E,
Barkley, Florence M.
Clough, Mary G.
Evans, Mary A.
Hoerger, Irvin T.
Laird, Excie M.
Leech, Frances M.
Long, Belle .
Montgomery, Nancy S.
Pregler, Hedwig O.
Riddle, Diantha W.
Stuart, Sara D.
Welsh, Clara I.
Young, George K.
Zeigler, Dorothy M.
Brennan, Mary A.
Kalmler, Yetta T.
Richey, Anna G.
Roller, C. T.
Simlpson. Myra C.
Todd, Edna R.
Catherine M. Hoyt, Book Clerk.
Beachler, Charlotte R.
Faust, Alvin G.
Geist, Esther L.
Quattrocchi, Anna M.
Mitichell, Bertha O.
Ross, Cora C.
Ruptp, Leila H.
Soles, Harry C.
Tait, Rilla B.
Wall, S. Pearl
' HOUSEHOLD Economics
Bailey, Charlotte E.
Bard, Revbeoca F.
McDermott, Irene E.
Anderson, Mary H.
M.c'Miekle, Margaret H.
Bernhard, Charles VV.
Carter, Mary A.
Glaes, J. S.
Freeble, Charles R.
Phillips, Georgie M,
Pickard, Dorothy E.
Snyder, George B.
Wilson, H. H.
I Deceased I
ugh, C. P.
Krotzer, J. Earl
Veigel, Alvin M.
Becihtolt, F. M.
Meyer, Dorothy Jean
Zeigler, Laura E,
Andrews, E. Brenneta
Hoar, Franklin B.
Irvin, Robert W.
Irwin, John H.
Long, Esther M.
Muter, Jeanne IE.
Baird, Hester A.
Colborn, Lon H.
Conrad, Paul K.
Hackett, R. J.
Held, Alva K.
Johnston, Jane S.
Marshall, Fred L.
Miller, Elizabeth C.
Shriner, J. T.
Smith, Mae Weber
Boots, Edmund, M.D.
anuary Class Honor Students
Betty Jane Oliver
Edna Mae Ryan
Zeta Chapter National Honor Soeietyb
Richard Cassady William Kunkle
Betty Jane Oliver
anuary Class Urganization
President ............. ............................. X Villiam Rittman
Vice President ...... ......... R etty jane Oliver
Secretary ...................................................... Marjorie Mills
Class Colors-Royal Blue and Orange
Class Motto-Finis eoronat opus.
The end crowns the work. Ovid.
John Hukill, Carl Haller, Leonard Sikov, B. Oliver, Marjorie Mills,
Margaret Paddock, Mary Sipula, Felicia Hamilton, Kensey Clarkson, Sid-
ney Dorfman, Martha Nietz, 'lean Klinck, Beatrice Lynch, Jean Cole, Mar-
garet Clark, Robert XVil'liams, Robert Flocken.
Rose Rizzo, chairmang Leonard Rudolph, Frances Tinsley, Frances Pres-
cott, Lillian Baseman, Irving Sachs, Maurice Parker.
Gerald Feldman,chairman, Richard Cassady, Anna Rupert, Adelaide
Bacharach, Miriam Grimm.
Margaret Paddock, chairman, Martha Nietz, Rose Rizzo, llarry Chisholm,
Carmelina Bonaro, john Pearce, XVilliam Runkle.
Color, Motto and Cheer
Herbert Rosenthal, chairman, Louis Ross, llcrnard llorn, llertrucle llastie
Eleanor Miller, chairman: Olive Larson, Marion Rigney, Pearl Newman
19 3 5
Allen, 'Gladys Eleanor
Alpern, Samuel Lawrence
Amedick, Francis J.
Artz, Pauline Carol
Averbach, E. Louis
Bacharach, Adelaide Pauline
Bahr, Beryl Grayce
Barack, Thelma Lorraine
Barker, Stewart Benford
Barney, Della Ruth
Belie, ,Anna Marie
Berkeley, David Shelley
19 3 5
Boreman, Hanna Libby
Braun, Doris Ruth
Brand, Marion Dorothy
Cassady, Richard C.
Chisholm, Harry M.
Clark, Margaret E.
Clarkson, James Kensey
Close, Elsie Jane
Combs, Nelson R.
Wright, Albert Bayard, Jr
Corey, Alice Rose
Cornwall, john J.
Coyne, Claire Phyllis
19 3 5
Currin, jean Edna
Davies, jane Gail
Dickson, Mlarion Louise
Digman, Alfreda Isabel
Di Lonardo, Jennie Marie
Duffy, ,Alice Jane
Erdeky, Helen Mary
Fisher, Betty Harriet
Flocken, Robert Edward
Gazdik, Laslo J.
Goldberg, Sidnev Harry
Goldstein, Rita B.
Goldvarg, Sylvia E.
Griffin, H. Kemp
Grimm, Miriam Carol
Grove, Wilbur Blair
Hall, Earl Willard
Hall, Ivanor jane
Haller, Carl T., jr.
Hastie, Gertrude M.
Henderson, Charles B.
Hukill, John Boyd
Henry, Donald Murray
Herskovitz, Gertrude Jean
Horn, Bernard D.
Hudson, 'Clara Ellen
Jackson, Frank S.
jenkins, Betty Lois
Jones, Mary Louise
Kern, Richard Clyde
Kimmelstiel, Miriam Joan
19 3 5
Klaus, Glenn Le Roy
Kletz, Harold Bernard
Klinck, Jean Eloise
Klotz, John William
Kosiba, Veronica Mary
Kramer, Helen Mae
Kunkel, William Howard
Laing, Nancy Neff
Larson, Olive Wilma
Laufe, Harold A.
Levine, Joshua Jesse
Levine, Leonard S.
Lewis, Frank F.
19 3 5
Lewis, Robert S.
Lippert, Fern Marie Henrietta
Logue, Elizabeth E.
Lynch, Beatrice D.
Maddalena, Nancy Fay
Mariano, Flora Eleanora
McAdams, joseph Robert
McCarney, John Robert, Jr.
McClure, William Thomas
McCullough, Virginia june
McDonald, Dorothy Catherine
MicKeown, William P.
Miller, Grace Dailey
Mitchell, Genevieve Valerie
Moellenbrock, Myrtle Irene
Morrison, Gordon McLaren
Nietz, Martha Sawyer
Novick, Edgar E.
Null, Byron Burchfield
Oliver, Betty Jane
Pardi, Michael Francis
19 3 5
Patterson, Beulah Clara
Pearce, John H. jones
Perelstine, Dorothy joan
Piper, Lois Eloise
Pittler, Irwin R.
Price, Betty jane
Prescott, Frances June
Rigney, Marion Valentine
Rittman, William C.
Rizzo, Rose Marie
Robel, Donald Richard
Roberts, Eileen Elizabeth
Weitzel, Josephine M.
Rosen, Leonard W.
Rosenthal, Herbert Ralph
Ross, Louis Leon
Rossen, Clara S.
Rost, Esther Frances
Rudolph, H. Leonard
Ryan, Edna Mae
Sachs, Irving Harold
Sample, William A.
Saunders, Kingsley Richa
Scandrol, Lois Jean
Schmeltz, Myrtle Olive
Schmidt, Barbara A.
Shrom, Elizabeth Gardner
Sikov, Leonard M.
Simington, Helen Naomi
Simon, Morton Lewis
Smith, Irvin Hubert
Solomon, Julius C.
Squitieri, Aida Clara
Sterling, William, jr.
Situmpf, Twila Juanita
Suttle, Ralph Earl
Sutton, Virginia Mackey
Szecskay, Lenka E.
Tamburi, Julius John
Teitelbauim, Charles Jerome
Tinsley, Frances Mae
Tonkin, Mary Van Kirk
Walkow, Lucille 1-Iermina
Webb, Russell E.
Wedner, Albert Leon
Williams, Frank R.
Vice President .....
Student Council .......
Vice President ........
Student Council .......
Vice President ......
Secretary .......... .....
Student Council ......
Vice President ....
Student Council ......
Vice President ......
Student Council .......
..... Beatrice Lynch
-- Class Sponsors i
Katherine S. McCamb1ay-353-This well-
hked commercial teacher -has received her
B. degree . . . slhe studied at the Uni-
versity of Pittsburgh, Duquesne University,
Harvard Univers-ity, and Indiana State
Teachers' College . . . is exceptionally
fond of music and drama . . . Dislikes
George K. Young-
157-A. B. anfd A. M.
University of Pitts-
Mrs. Myra Simpson-362-Attended Clar-
ion Teaichers' College, Penn State, Mid-
dlebury College . . . Received her A. B.
and A. M,. degrees at the University of
Pittsburgh . . . forward of her college
basketball team . . . Gardening is her
hobby . . . very fofnd of books . . . likes
biography best . . . Member of Pi Lambda
Theta honorary fraternity . . . Ambition is
to lbowl 150 . . . Outside of school, she is
a memiber of Thursday Night Study Club
and University Travel League .... A ip-
proves very much of senior dances . . .
likes, teaching in Allderdice . . . Some of
us learnied Latin from her . . . Remember?
Miss Jane McCand-
less-456 -- Dislikes
i idea of publicity,
nevertheless we pro-
ceed . . . attended
California S ta te
Teachers' College . . .
received A. B. degree
at University of
Pittsburgh . . . gard-
eninig and field trips
are her hobbies . . .
spent several sum-
mers on field trips at
Columbia and Penn
Fred L. Marshall-460-Science teacher
. . . Attended slchool at Thiel, Grove City
College, and University of Pittsvburgih . . .
Rather fonid of sports . . . member of col-
lege ibaseball team . . . Belongs to a Bot-
any Clurb at Pitt . . . hobby is collecting
rare fish for classroom observation . . .
he likes and is liked by his report class.
anuary Class Activities
Abels, Pearl Phyllis-Red Cross Club, Aviation
Club, Bridge Club, Current Events Club,
Abraham, G. VincentAInventors Club, History
Allen, Giladys E.-Current Events Club, History
Club, Aviation Club, Type Club.
Amedick, Francis J.-Orchestra B, Stamp Club.
Artz, Pauline Carol-Library Club, Swimming
Team '31, '32, '33, Hockey '33, Tennis '31, '32, '33,
Averbach, E, Louis-Hall Patrol, Gym Team,
Track '31, Orchestra A, Art Club, Current Events
Bacharach, Adelaide-Senior Class Play, Picture
Committee, Tennis '31, '32, '33, '34, Hockey '34,
Intra-class' Swimming '32, '33, Biology Club, Spe-
cial Art Club, Red Cross Club.
Baht, Beryl Grayce-Current Events Club, Girls'
Choral, Art Club, Hall Patrol, Vigilance Com-
mittee, Color Motto and Cheer Committee, Sigma
Iota Club, Class S'ec,-Treas., Tennis '32, '33.
Barack, Thelma L.-Flower Committee, Cun'ent
Events Club, Sigma Iota Club, Swimming Team,
Barker, Stewart-Green Key, Hi-Y.
Barney, Della Ruth-Stage Make-Up Club, Dra-
matic Club, Sewing Club, Volleyball '33,
Baseman, Lillian-Social Committee, Senior Class
Play, Library Club, Basketball '33, '32, Volleyball
'32, '33, Basketball Manager '34,
Belie, Anna Miarie-Volleyball '33, Tennis '33,
'34, Basketball '33, '34, Hockey '34, Mushball '34,
Bendick, John-Junior Life Saving Club, Travel
Club, Soccer Team '32, Intra-mural Champ '33,
Berkeley, Shelley--Latin Club, Automobile Club,
Bonaro, Carmelina-Senior Play, Song Com-
mittee, Girls' Chorale, Basketball '32, '34, Hockey
'33, '34, Volleyball '32, '33, '34, Tennis '33, '34,
Boreman, Hanna-Vigilance C ommittee.
Brand, Marion D.-Senior Class Play, Girls'
Chorale, Players' Guild, Special Art Club, Lunch
Patrol, Red Cross Club, Hockey Team '34, Volley-
ball '32, '33, '34, Tennis '33, '34, History Club.
Braun, Doris Ruth-Girls' Chorale, Social Repre-
sentative, Red Cross Club,
Buko, John S.-Gym Team '32, '33, Football '33,
Jr. Mechanics Club, Class Track Team '34,
Caruso, RalphdStudent Council, Track Team '33,
Cross Country '32, Swimming '33, Chemistry Club,
Class Track Team, Captain.
Cassady, Richard C,-Green Key, Hi-Y, Senior
Student Council, Senior A Band, Picture Com-
mittee, Senior Class Play, Brass Quartet,
Chisholm, Harry M,fHall Patrol, Student Coun-
cil, Ring Committee, Stamp Club, Museum Club.
Chizek, Ruth-Red Cross.
Clark, Margaret--Journal Staff, Orchestra A,
Clarkson, I. Kensey-Journal Staff, Home Room
Vice-President-157, Vigilance Committee, Progres-
sive Art League, Stam.p Club, Ir. Mechanics Club.
Close, Elsie Jane-Vice-President 456, Junior
Leaders' Club, Senior Leaders' Club, Swimming
Team '31, '32, '33, '34, Basketball Team '31, '32,
'33, '34, Volleyball Team '31, '32, '33, '34, Mushball
Team '34, Hockey Team '33, '34, Tennis '32, '33,
Cole, Jean-Journal Staff, Secretary, 456, Vice-
President, 456, Art Club.
Combs, Nelson R.-Student Council, Lunch Pa-
trol, Soccer Team Manager, Museum Club, Stamp
Club, Progressive Art League, School Play, Intra-
mural Chamrps '30, '34,
Corey, Alice Rose-Art Club, Current Events
Club, Lunch Patrol, Senior Student Council, Secre-
tary of Class and Sohool Plays, Business Service
Guild, Hall Patrol, Vice-President, 353.
Coyne, Claire Phyllis-Special Art Club.
Curr-in, Jean E.-Hall Patrol, Lunch Patrol, Red
Cro-ss Club, Special Art Club, Puzzle Club, Hockey
Team '33, Swimming Intramural '32,
Davies, Jane Gail-Red Cross Club, Aviation
Club, Vigilance Committee, History Club.
DeTilla, Leonora-Girls' Chorale, Class Play,
Dickson, Marion Louise-Current Events Club,
Tennis '34, Mushball '33, Swimming '34,
Digrnan, Alfreda Isabel-'Girls' Chorale, Girls'
Di Lonardo, Jennie-Red Cross Club, Business
Dorfman, Sidney-Journal Staff, Senior Class
Play, Players' Guild, S-enior Debate Club, Chan:-
pion Intramural Team '31, Pantomime Club.
Eckstevin, Irene--Current Events, Swimming Team
'31, Basketball '31, '32, '33, Volleyball '31, '32,
Epstein, Philip-4,Hall Patrol, Science Club.
Erdeky, Helen-Red Cross Club, Needlework
Club, Math Puzzle Club, Business Service Guild,
Foreword Staff, Vigilance Committee, Sec., 353,
Feldman, Gerald-Student C uncil, Hall Patrol,
, Chairman, Junior
Lunch Patrol, Picture Committ I
Gym Team, Manager '30, Junior Mechanics Club,
Vigilance Committee. ,
Fisher, Betty Harriet4- Vigilance Committee,
Chorus, Dramatic Club, Art Club, Volleyball '32,
Basketball '31, Tennis '32.
Flocken, Robert Edward-Journal Staff, Orches-
tra A, Current Events Club, String Ensemble,
Vigilance Committee, Student
Gady, Ray-Junior Swimming
Rifle Club, Debate Club, Poetry Writing Club,
Red Cross. ,
Gazdik, Laslo J.-Hall Patrol, Marionette Club,
Class Basketball '32, '33.
Team '31, '32,
Ginsburg, Pearl--French Club.
Glass, Lillian-Variety Club: Red Cross Club:
Current Events Club: Volleyball '31.
Goldberg, Sidney Harry-History Dramatic Club:
Rock and Mineral Club.
Rita B.-Junior Dramatic Club: Bas'-
'32, '33: Volleyball '31, '32: Tennis
'32, '33, '34: Track '3l.
Goldvarg, Sylvia E.-Red Cross: Jr. Mechanics:
Jr. Chorus: Social Committee: Vigilance Committee.
sident, Senior Debating Society: Lunch Patrol:
Senior Class Play: Senior Volleyball Team '33:
Voice: Rifle Club.
Oscar-Vice-President, 460: Vice-I-'re-
Goodstone, Harold-Track '33, '34: Volleyball
'33: Swimming '32: Gym Team '31: Basketball
Gregg, Mary Frances-Student Council: Shake-
speare Club: Scrap Book Club: Aviation Club.
Griffin, Harry Kemp-Senior Class Play: Short
Wave Club: Puzzle Club: Lunch Patrol.
Grimm, Miriam C.-Senior Leaders: Picture Com-
mittee: Hockey '33, '34: Swimming '33, '34: Bas-
ketball, Manager '33: Volleyball '32, '34: Biology
Club: Scrapbook Club: Art Club.
Grove. Wilbur B.-Senior "A" Band: Football
Squad '33: Junior Life Saving Club: Moving Pic-
ture Club: Vigilance Committee.
Hall, Ivanor I.-Treasurer, 460: Swimming Team
'34: Lunch Patrol: Volleyball '33.
Hall, E. Willard-President, 353: Student Coun-
cil Representative: Current Events Club: Variety
Club: Vigilance Committee.
Haller, Carl T.-Journal Staff: Golf Team '33,
'34: President of Home Room: Green Key.
Halt, Elmer R.-Rifle Club.
Hamilton, Felicia-Journal Staff: Track Team '30:
Hockey Team '33: Senior Cho-rus: Girls' Chorale:
Senior Leaders' '32, '33: Museum Club: Shake-
Hastie, Gertrude M.-Hall Patrol: Color, Motto
and Cheer Committee: Senior Leaders' Club: Fore-
word Staff: Basketball '33, '34: Volleyball '32, '33,
'34: Tennis, Manager '34: Hockey '33, '34.
Henderson, Charles B.-Hall Patrol: Orchestra:
Stamp Club: Vigilance Committee.
Henry, Donald M.-Senior "A" Orchestra: Auto-
mobile Club: Vigilance Committee.
Horn, Bernard C.-President, 460: Color, Motto
and Cheer Committee: "A" Band: Radio
Biology Club: Lunch Patrol: Automobile
Hudson, Clara EllenkOrchestra "A",
Hukill, john B.-Green Key: Hi-Y: journal
Staff: Sec.-Treasu of Home Room: Junior Latin
Club: Intramurals '32, '33.
Jenkins, Betty Lois-Swimming Team '34: Vol-
leyball '33: Junior Girls' Leaders' Club: Hall Pa-
trol: Hobby Club: Sec.-Treas., 362.
Jones, Mary Louise-Lunch Patrol: Business
Kern, Richard Clyde-Soccer Ball '3l: Current
Events Club: History Club: Geometrical Design
Kimmelstiel, Miriam Joan-Lunch Patrol: Presi-
dent, 362: German Club: Library Club: Girls'
Aviation Club: Motor Club: Volleyball '31, '32, '33:
Basketball '31, '32, '33, '34: Tennis '33, '34: Mush-
Klaus, Gletrm Leroy-Orchestra "A": Male
Chorus: Lunch Patrol.
Kletz, Harold B.-Lunch Patrol: German Club:
Swimming Team '31, '32: Intramural '31, '32, '33,
'34: Jr. Basketball '3l: Basketball Manager '33, '34I
Jr. Volleyball '31: Motor Club: Jr. Dramatics.
Klinck, Jean E.-Journal Staff: Story-telling
Club: Marionette Club: Rifle Club: Senior Leaders'
'33, '34: Tennis '31, '32, '33, '34: Volleyball '32,
'33, '34: Basketball '33, '34: Hockey '33, '34:
Klotz, johnv"A" Orchestra: Jr. Stamp Club:
Sr. Stamp Club: Senior Class Play: Chemistry As-
sistance Club: Commencement Speaker.
Kosiba, Veronica-Business Service Guild.
Kramer, Helen Mae-Girls' Aviation Club: Cur-
rent Events Club: Vigilance Committee: Basket-
Krauss, Martin-Lunch Patrol: Junior Dramatics:
German Club: Radio Broadcast Club.
Krikstone, Bernard-Lunch Patrol: Band: Stamp
Club: Motor Club: Lettering Club: Basketball,
Kunkel, William H.--Tennis '31, '33, '34: Junior
City Tennis- Champion '3l: Golf Team '32: Vice-
President, 362: Orchestra: Trio: All City Orches-
tra: Hi-Y: Class Play: Song Committee.
Laing, Nancy Neff-Hall Patrol: Foreword Re-
presen-taltive: Dramatic Club.
Larson, Olive WilmaYHal1 Patrol: Flower Com-
mittee: History Dramatic Club: Waffle-Weave
Club: Variety Club.
Laufe, Harold A.-Champion Intramural '31, '32:
Inventors' Club: Museum Club.
Levine, Jesse-Senior Debating Club: Senior
Levine, Leonard S.-Orchestra: Band: Dramatic
Club: Automobile Club: Baseball Manage' '31, '3Z1
Ass't. Basketball Manager '34: Lunch Patrol: Intra-
mural Basketball '35: Intramural Muszliball '35.
Lewis, Frank Taylor-Senior Debating Club:
Players' Guild: Senior Class Play: Math Club.
Lewis, Robert-Student Council Representative:
Inventors' Club: Museum Club: ln'ramural Cham-
pionship Team '30, '32: Soccer Team '30: Senior
Lippert, Fern-JG erman Club.
Locker, Myrla-Lunch Patrol: Junior Chorus:
Senior Chorus: Dramatic Club: Puzzle Club.
Lo-gue. Elizabeth E.-Orchestra: History Club:
Movie Club: Type Club: Music Library Club.
Lynch, Beatrice D.-Journal Staff, Senior Class
Play, Hockey '34, President, 456.
Maddalena, Fay-Business Service Guild.
Malatesta, Vincent J.-Motor Club, Football '32,
Intramural Basketball, Golf Team '33.
Mandel, Joseph-Band "A", Orchestra "ANZ
Matvey, A. Stephen-Football '32, '33, Co-Captain
of '34 squad, Intramural Champs '33, Stage Crew,
McAdams, joseph Robert-Automoibile Club, Cui'-
rent Events Club, Aeroplane Club, Lunch Patrol,
History Club, Junior Life-Saving Club, Hi-Y.
McClure, William T.-Lunch Patrol, Motion Pic-
ture Club, Stamp Club, Aeroplane Club, History
McCullough, Virginia June-Business Service
McDonald, Dorothy C.e1Hall Patrol, President,
456, Current Events Club, Junior Leaders' Club,
Basketball '31, '32, '33, Volleyball '31, '32, '33, '34.
McKeown, Williamwlntramural '33, Sports Club.
Meth, Miriam-French Club, Commercial Club.
Meyer, Malco1mHGolf Team '34, Current Events
Club, Junior Orchestra, Marionette Club.
Miller, Eleanor F.--Secretary, 460, Social Repre-
sentative, Tennis '31, '32, '33, '34, Basketball '31,
Volleyball '32, Red Cross.
Miller, Grace Dailey-Report Room President,
Report Room Vice-President, Red Cross Club,
Marionette Club, History Movie Club, Business
Service Guild, Volleyball '32, '33, '34, Hiockey '34.
Mills, Marjorie-iSec.-Treas. Senior Class, Pres.
Senior Leaders', Foreword Staff, Journal Staff,
Senior Class Play, Volleyball '31, '32, '33, '34,
Tennis '32, '33, '34, Manager '32, Swimming '34,
Mitchell, Genevievzwlmnch Patrol, Foreword
Staff, Journal Staff, Business Service Guild.
Moellenbrock, -Myrtle I.-Aviation Club, Red
Cross Club, Business Service Guild,
Morrison, Gordon McLaren-Orchestra "A",
Mussoff. Allen-Volleyball Manager '30, Inven-
torsfy Club, Museum Club, Intramural Champs
Naffah, MageeMBook Room Club, 12tl1 Grade
Class Track Team, Soccer Team '31, Intramural
Champs '32, '33.
Newman, Pearl-Flower Committee, "B" Orches-
tra, Band "B", Shakespeare Club.
Nietz, Martha Sawyer-Student Council Repie-
sentative, Journal Staff, Ring Committee.
Noviclr, Edgar E.-Current Events Club, Track
'31, '32, Orchestra, Art Club.
Null, Byron Burcbfield - Vigilance Committee ,
Junior Mechanics Club, Intramurals Champs '33,
'34, Intramural Basketball '34.
Oliver, Betty Jane-VicePresident Senior Class,
Editor-in-Chief of Foreword, Journal Staff, Trea-
surer, Senior Leaders' Club, Voleyball '31, '32, '33,
'34, Swimming Team '32, '34,
Manager '32, '33, Hockey '34, lBas'ketball '31, '32.
'33, '34, Commencement Speaker.
Paddock, Margaret I.-Vicd-President Student
Council, Foreword Staff, Chairman Ring Com-
mittee, Editor-in-Chief Journal .?ltafi, Senior Class
Play, Leaders' Club, Swimmri g 32 33 34
Basketball '32, '33, '34, Volleyball '31, '32, '33, '31,
Track '31, '32.
1 v 1 ,
v v 1
Pardi, Michael F.-Intramural Volleyball '34.
Parker, Maurice- Jr, and Sr. Volleyball '30, '31,
'32, '33, Ir. Basketball Manager '31, Sr. Basketball
Captain '32, '33, '34, S'r. Football '33, '34.
Patterson, Beulah Clara-Variety Club, Current
Events Club, Volleyball Captain '32, Volleyball
'33, Class Secretary, Picture Club, Vigilance Com-
mirttee, Business Service Guild.
Pazin, Julia-Volleyball '32, '33, '34, Basketball
'32, '33, Current Events Club.
'31, '32 , Green
ice-President, 157 ,
Pearce, john-Jr. Life Savin
Key, Social Committee, Song
"A", Basketball '33, Hi-Y,
Senior Class Play.
Perelstine, Dorothy J.-Museum Club, Motor
Club, Girls' Volleyball '32, '33, Special Art Club,
Piper, Lois Eloise--Red Croses Club, Orchestra
"A", Volleyball '32, Swimming '33, '34, Hockey
Prescott, Frances June-Presidmt, 12A-460, Vice-
President, 12B-460, Social Com ittee, Red Cross
Price, Betty-Red Cross Club, Needlework Club,
Business Service Guild.
Rech, Julius J.-Mathematics Club, Marionette
Club, History Club.
Riddle, Mlary-Travel Club.
Rigney, Marion Valentineilflockey '34,
ball '34, Volleyball '32, '33, '34, Student Council
Represenltative, Business Service Guild,
work Guild CP1-es.J, Sr. Orchestra, Lunch Patrol,
Vigilance Committee, Library.
Rittman, William- President of Senior Class,
President, 157, Class Volleyball '33, Champion
Class Basketball Team '34, Band, Brass Quartet,
Greer? Key, Hi-Y, Book Room Club, Players'
Rizzo, Rose M.-Red Cross Club, Volleyball
Champion '33, Basketball '34, Student Council
Representative, Ring Committee, Chairman Social
Committee, Lunch Patrol, Foreword Reporter,
Business Service Guild, Hockey Championship '34.
Robel, Donald R.-Inventors' Club, Band, Or-
chestra, Current Events Club, Junior Mechanics
Club, Aeroplane Club.
Roberts, Eileen E.-Lunch Patrol, Sewing Club,
Current Events Club. -
Rosen, Leonard W.-Life Saving Club, Current
Events Club, Football '34, Volleyball '33, Intra-
mural Champions '32, '33, Junior Swimming.
Rosenberg, Irwin-Band, Orchestra, Inventors'
Club, Jr. Mechanics Club.
Rosenthal, Herbert R.-Senior Debate Club,
Color, Motto and Cheer Committee, Book Room
Club, Sigma Iota, Senior Class Play, Inventors'
Club, Chess Club, Marionette Club, Lunch Patrol.
Ross, Louis L.-Basketball '31, '34, Volleyball
'30, '33, Soccer '31, Track Team '30, '31, '32, '33,
Sigma Iota, Jr. Mechanics Club, Senior Class Play.
Rossen, Clara-Lunch Patrol, Library Club,
History Club, Scrapbook Club.
Rost, Esther-Red Cross Club, Jr. Chorus, Vol-
leyball '31, '32, Tennis '31, '32, '33, Advertising
Rudolph, H. Leonard-Student Council, Fore-
word Statf, Social Committee, Lunch Patrol, Sport
Club, Jr. Basketball '31, Sr. Basketball, Manager
'33, '34, '35, Jr. Volleyball '31.
Rupert, Anna-Picture Committee, German Club,
Book Room Club.
Ryan, Edna Mae-Hall Patrol, Vigilance Com-
mittee, Chorus, Girls' Chorale, Travel Club,
Sachs, Irvine Harold-Social Committee, Stamp
Club, Volleyball '33, '34, Assistant Manager Jr.
Basketball '30, Sport Club, Intramurals '33.
Saunders, Richard K.-Champion Intramurals
'31, Short Wave Club.
Schmeltz, Myrtle Olive--Track Team '31, Travel
Club, Student Council, Costume Club, Girls'
Schmidt, Barbara A.-Red Cross Club, Book-
Seefwald, Sidney-Current Events Club, Gym
Team '31, '32, Track Team '31, '32,
Shapiro, Israel-Senior Band, Senior Class Play,
Motor Club, Inventors' Club, Motion Picture Club.
Shore, David--Current Events Club, Jr. Swim-
ming Team, Jr. Life Saving Club, Sr. Life Saving
Club, History Club, History Picture Club, Art
Shrom, Elizabeth Gardner-Secretary, 456, Girls'
Chorale, Sigma Iota, History Dramatic Club,
Hockey '33, '34,
Sikov, Leonard M.-Journal Staff, Sigma Io-ta,
Inventors' Club, Chess Club, Dramatic Club,
School Play, Lunch Patrol, Vigilance Committee,
Marionette Club, Junior Chorus.
Silverblatt, Irwin-Hall Patrol, History Club,
Invlentors' Club, Jr. Soccer Team, Current Events
Simington, Helen Naomi-Red Cross Club, Girls'
Reserves Club, French Club.
Simon, Morton L.-Lunch Patrol, Hall Patrol,
Swimming Team '32, '33, Band, Book Room Club,
Players' Guild, Marionette Club.
Sipula, Mary-Journal Staff, Commencement
Speaker, Hall Patrol, Shakespeare Club, Intraclass
Swimming Team '32.
Siviy, Michael-Hall Patrol, Vigilance Committee,
Intramurals '32, Dramatic Club, Travel Club.
Smith, J. Irvin-Jr. Mechanics Club.
Solomon, Julian C.-Vigilance Committee, Male
Chorus, "A" Chorus, Motor Club.
Squitieri, Aida-Bookholder of School Play, Book
Room Club, Volleyball '32, Rifle Club, Red Cross
Club, French Club.
Stark, Vlfilliam-Orchestra "A", Senior "A"
Band, All City Orchestra, Basketball, Public
Speaking Club, Vice-President, 362, President, 362,
Sigma Iota, Senior Debating Society, Lunch Patrol.
Stirling, William, Jr.-Hi4Y, Sport Club.
Tamburi, Julius John-Intramural Field Meet
Captain '33, Swimming Team Manager '31, Soc-
cer Team '31, Motor Club, Hi-Y, Football '32, '35.
'34, Intramural Basketball Captain '33,
Tauberg, Milton-Hall Patrol, Class Volleyball
Team '33, Championship Class Basketball Team
'34, Senior Class Play.
Tinsley, Frances M.-Girls' Aviation Club, Social
Tonkin, Mary V. K.-Volleyball '32, '33, Basket-
ball '33, '34, Hockey '33, Tennis '32, '33, Swim-
Tracht, Jacob-Senior Class Play, Vice-President
362, Chess Club, History Movie Club, Museum
Club, Intramural Volleyball '34.
Walkow, Lucille H.-Motor Club, Junior Drama-
tic Club, Junior Leaders, Volleyball '32, '33, '34,
Basketball '31, '33, '34,
Webb, Russell E, F-Male Chorus, Voice "A"
Chorus, Museum Club, Cross Country '33, Intra-
mural Basketball '33, '34, Intramural Volleyball '33.
Wedner, Albert L.-Lunch Patrol, Inventors'
Club, History Club, Current Events Club, Intra'
Weitzel, Josephine-Vigilance Committee, Volley-
ball '32, '33, Aviation Club, Swimming Team '32,
Baseball Team '34, Lunch Patrol, Book Room Club.
White, Marjory-History Club, Lunch Patrol,
Library Club, Motor Club, Foreword Repre-
Williams, Frank R.-Hall Patrol, Inventors'
Williams, Robert-Vice-President of Home Room,
Journal Staff, Class Basketball '33, '34, Intramurals
'32, Latin Club.
Wright, Albert Bayard, Jr.+Green Key, Hi-Y.
Zemon, Dorothy-Library Club, Red Cross Club.
- C1888 Features '-'--l
ELLO, ladies and igenblemen, this is your favorite announcer, Tom Sawyer,
describing a typical first-night of a Broadway musical comedy. In case you
are interested, the name of this in-usi-cal satire is "The Magnate of Allwa Street".
The noted playwright, Mr. Martin Krauss, authored this proinising production.
Mr. Gordon Morrison, the renowned concert orchestra conductor, wrote the lyrics.
Here is the cast -of tonigihtls performance. The little "Ylocksha" is played by
that Villain of villains, Mr. Isreail Shapiro. Miss Mariam Kimmelstiel, the statues-
que lady of the stage, is playing the leading feminine role. Miss "Lady Lue"
Walkow, in the second feminine lead, w-ill offer some lighter moments with her de-
lightful singing and dancing. We know that there will be a gay time tonight with
those two singing comedians, Russell VVebb and Julian Soloman. Mr. VVebb
will also do a little crooning, which he 'can do so well. There are several minor
parts but I lhaven't time to name them.
The stage sets were designed by Miss Jean Currin, a well-known interi-or
decorator. She was aided by Miss Martha Nietz, who also designed the gowns
to be worn by the ladies of the cast. Miss Dorothy Zemon of Hollywood, came
to New York especially to design the hair dresses to be worn lby the two leading
ladies. Miss Clara Rossen, owner of several exclusive beauty shops, will make
up the two feminine stars. joseph Mandel, well-known trumpete-r, is in the
small aceomipanying orchestra miade up of the leading musicians in the city.
Well, more and more people are arriving by the minute, Mir. Krauss just
came in with his secretary, Miss Miriam Meth. Mr. Morrison has driven up
with his friend Dr. Kunkel, who is very much interested in music, 'and the Gov-
ernor of New York, William Stark, wfho is another musician. The inveterate
first nighters, Miss Julia Pazin and Miss Barbara Schmidt, have entered the
loblby. Miss Irene Eckstein, New York's favorite inannikin, has gone into the
lounge with her two inseparable friends, Miss Thelma Barrack, and the woman
athlete, Miss Rita Goldstein. Miss Betty Fisher, one of the season's more popular
"debs", is coming in the door, followed by two of New York's more successful
business men, Irving Sachs and the millionaire Leonard Rosen. Herbert Rosen-
thal, that really funny -comedian wfho made a million dollars in the movies, is
entering with his two stooges, "Mike" Pardi and Nick Romanchack. Miss Betty
Jenkins, the "deb" who wants to 'be a lion tamer fwe are seriousj and her insep-
arable chum, Hdebi' Frances Tinsley, who would like very much to be a chemist,
fsee Mr. Colbornj, are followed by the man-about-town, Byron Null. The owners
of -the delightful "Little Bookshop", Miss Anna Rupert and Miss Josephine
Weitzel, have left it long enough to attend this play. fWe don't blame thermj.
Oh, here comes the radio comedian, Hal Kletz, with his familiar "Hi, Tootsf'
Bernard Krikstone, the bridge-builder, and his associate, jacob Tracht, who has
just finished the one hunidred floor stkyscraper, are entering this structure, CI
wonder if they feel lostj.
Anyone conne-cted in any way witih tonight's production should be highly
flattered 'because two notables seldom seen at first nights are here this evening.
They are Irwin Rosenlberg, the noteid inventor and scientist, and his co-worker.
Frank Williams. On one -of his few stops in New York, Mr. Vincent Malatesta,
the world traveler, has condescended to co-me tonight. Mr. jerry Teitelbaum, the
owner of many Five and Ten's, is here with his partner, Mr. Leonard Levine.
I am surprised that so many people .showed up before the opening curtain.
Wait a minute, I spoke too soon. William Flanagan, the sportsman and movie
idol, just came in. It looks as if he had overslept. In just a minute, the cur-
tain will rise on the first act of the first performance of Broadw'ay's first hit -of
the season. VVe might have known that Miss jean Klinck, the auto-racing and
flying enthusiast, would fly in from London just to see the play. "How is the
ocean today, Miss Klinick?" Oh, I forgot, she speaks only Chinese. With Miss
Klinck is Mis-s Virginia Sutton, a famous auto-racer. Well, good-night, folks, I
am sorry you can't be here, but not everyone can be fortunate all the time.
Flash! S. S. 460 Wreeks Off' Coast of Allderdiee
HE niglht was darkg lightning flashed in jagged streaksg thunder rolled like a
bass drum. The good ship S. S. 460 desperately was ploughing through a
turbulent sea. Suddenly there came a sickening crash. A cry came forth from
Captain Cassaday: "All hands -on deck, man the life boats l" The first mate,
Julius Deakter, tried to carry out the Captains orders. "Get your life belts an-cl
report to yo-ur stations," he cried. There was much conftusiong lpeople screamed
and fainted. Two sailors, Kemp Griffin and W'illiam Sample, were busy fanning
Pearl Abels, a noted buyer, back to consciousness-they managed to bring her to.
but remembering the situation she promptly fainted again. Oscar Goodstein
and Marian Brand, the famous Shakespearean actors had been rehearsing a scene,
and coming out on deck, shouted: "Can'st not do something about 'this F" fThe
language seemed to have stuck-we wonder-could "Twelfth Night" have affected
them??j A little farther along the de-ck, climbing hastily into life preservers were
seen Francis Amedick, john Cornwall, Glenn Klaus, and Joseph McAdams. These
boys wer-e entertainers on board, each accomplished along individual lines.
Above the din of all the excitement, Alfreda Digman, that famous opera star,
was heard singing. It had -been rumored that whenever she was excited she would
burst into song. It was now a known fact. Accompanying her on her tour of
Europe were Eugenia Crews, Lenora de Tilla, Bernard Horn, Frank Lewis, and
William Stirling. Quite in contrast to this confusion, however, a shuffle-board
game between Ivanor Hall, Juanita Situ-mpt, Genevieve Mitchell and Lenka
Szesckay kept right on. Frances Prescott, wrapped up in a steamer rug, watched
unconcernedly. Rushing to warn tlhem of their danger, Mary Gr-egg slipped when
the boat lur-ched and fell overboard. With the cry of "Man overboard!" Jesse
Levine, that All-American swimmer, did a beautiful jack-knife from the rail to
rescue the fair maiden!
Most of the passengers had now been lowered to the raging sea in life boats.
What was ahead-no one knew. After 'passing a very long night in a mad sea,
the dawn came bringing with it a somewhat calmer sea. Betty jane Oliver and
Marjorie Mills :had tried to keep the spirits up in one boat by singing a song
that was quite rousing. It was learned later that Miss Oliver had gotten t'he
song a long time back at a camp she attended. CWe wonder w'hat' that song
was??l In another 'boat not far away were Steve Matvey, that fam-ous foot-
ball star, Julius Rech and Irwin Smith, the polo players, and Ralph Suttle that
most distinguished surgeon who, incidentally, was on his way to Europe to per-
form an operation on that World renowned comedian Bayard Wright. They were
trying to break t'he monotony by each one guessing as to how close they were to
land. After all this guessing, it was a girl in another fboat whoreally sighted
land first. She was Ray Crady, nati-on-wide-known designer f-or women. With
glad shouts the oarsmen took renewed strength and pulled for shore. Several
hours later the boats struck bottom, and the passengers aliglhted with much glee.
The island looked uninhabited-at least as much as could be seen at a glance.
So, of course, the next course to take, th-ey agreed, was to break up in parties
and start to explore. Bernard Horn headed one group. Along with him went
Adelaide Bacharach, a promising young artist, Claire Coyne, and Eleanor Miller,
her models, and Helen Simington, distinguished woman diplomat., who had been
on her way to attend The League of Nations. Tlhey 'had not gone very far into
the depths of the island when who should confront them but Leonard Sikov-
but lo and behold, the had reverted to the primitive life -of a cannibal, and there-
fore had his warriors drag the victims to his village. T'here, tihey were bound
and tied ready to be boiled in the soup. just at the crucial moment, however,
along came Bill McClure and Dona-ld Robel-captain and 'co-captain respectively
of The Nation, a rescue ship with Lois Piper and Aida Squiteria, both notable
for w-ork done in similar cases. And they lived happily ever after.
Qflll-lderdicel-In A Day-lzel
In the dark and dismal group of "Gay Graduates" shot little F. H., past the
rows and rows and rows of serious and smiling faces for should I say 'fcalm and
collected countenances"???j of her classmates, 'among whom she discerned "Hand-
some Qohn Turnball, ,Inj to you!! Henderson and "Johnny" Pearce attempting
to decipher codes sent "to and fro" under the "eagle eyev of Mr. Young--on past
"Tiny" Tauberg and Dave Shore, who were avidly debating the question: "Is kiss
a common or proper nounu ?-at last arriving under the nose of Sir M. Simon, who,
perhaps, maybe, because of his "sox" appeal, had been placed in the midst of "glor-
ious gals." Suddenly, from out of the depths of the "bookroom," emerged Presi-
dent "Bill" Rittman and Sid C-"Bkrm"j-Dorfmian just long enough for "Pater"
Young to inquire if they had removed their names from the "A, L."
Awakened from a sound sleep, yours truly, having nothing more or less than
a study UD class the first period, decided to accompany "Petite Pattyn Grimm to
that fascinating study of jewelry!! Here, she smirkingly watched, from under a
pot of boiling acid, the antics of those two "would-be-Goldsmithsf' Magee Naffah
and Malcolm Meyer!! These boys were having more fun !-Magee burning off
each and every one of his eye lashes and Malcolm calmly sawing away on his index
finger!! The rest was unbearable, so off she trudged to Mr. Marshall's room.
Here, peeking in the door, she beheld Shelley Berkeley gingerly clasping the cutest
green frog to his breast and whispering sweet nothings Creally, Shelley gets "A" in
biologyj into its ear! CD0 frogs have ears, Slielley???j But gracious, what is he
doing to the poor darling? Really, this is quite sickening-I mfust leave!! Rushing
away, she headed for Miss Riddle's room, where, to her astonishment, she per-
ceived Carl Lehner and Robert CSpeedyj Lewis visibly being heart broken over
"Dear" Henry Esmond and his fascinating Q ?j love affair!! QNot unlike some we
know of lj Present, also, was Tiny Mary Sipula-who, with a dangerous look in
her eye, was emotionally rendering Sand'burg's "Fog"!! Slinking sideways, the
reporteress glanced into Miss Beachler's room and there saw Richard Saunders re-
citing history dates!!!
While anticipating lunch, Miss H. thought it advisalble to report to at least one
class today. So she answered "presente" when Miss Bergman called the roll in
French. Translation got under way and Margaret Paddock, that famous woman
of action, contributed her bit of information concerning the "Miserables, !! Sweet
and silent Flora Mariano sat "et pensa", !'Qu est-ce que je fais cette nuit???" Sud-
denly, a golden voice was heard rhythmically accompanying our rendition of French
words! Unable to stand the suspense longer, F. H. rushed up to the fourth floor,
and there she espied lovely Myrla Locker sending forth glorious notes fit for a wed-
ding!! While up there, Laslo Gazdik was seen in "Crafts", intent on achieving
success with his latest invention: non-crooked picture frames!!
Ah, h, h,-the bell-food !! On the way to it, she collided with Ralph Caruso,
who just out of Physics Class, was still walking around in a dream!!
Lunch-and what a lunch one can consume in 15 whole minutes!! It's ll :30
by the time your friend arrives with your lunch checks!!
Food flies and so does time-so- ! ! !
As she slipped into her fourth period class by the skin iof her feet, F. H. saw.
engrossed in finishing their meal, Allen CButchj Mussoff, john Qlrishj McCar-
ney, and Vince Abraham!! Demurely attempting to get just one more bite of her
candy, 'fPrecious Pearl" Newman concealed herself from Miss Riddle's view and
succeeded!! Getting her Hfilll' of "Halleck," Henry Esmond and Modern Poetry
all rolled up in one, F. H. was in dire need of a bit of practical inspiration, so left
to visit Mr. Lon Coliborn!! Here, she found "actor, scholar, and jack-of-alh
trades" John Klotz, engrossed in attempting to retrieve the pair of cotton trousers
that he had washed in "Lye,', just to see if they really would dissolve! !Fearing for
her life, the Hdetekative-in-skirts" fled from this multitude of genii Cplural of
genius ! lj On her way down, F. H. stopped in at 353 !! There, gazing over Fay
Maddalena's shoulder, she was unable to decipher all of those hieroglyphics Fay
was drawing, until she was informed that this was a class in shorthand!! Cl stil!
don't know what they meant ! U
Suddenly, as she pranced along the deserted Cat lunch time??j halls, she be-
held Nelson-Art-Combs, with poster and paint, dauibing here, there and every little
where, just to 'Kget the effectf, ! !!
CNO One Ever Knows Wliat Time It Is!!!D
To endure an activity Cby the way, who ever thought of calling it that?j was
beyond all comprehension-Nso, with more energy than usual, your journalist skipped
CPJ all the way down to the auditorium-at least, all the way from the first floor
annex!!! There, attempting to "sneak a peek" at play rehearsal, she slunk through
the door and evaporated into an seatte-ah, getting Shakespearean already, eh???
How now, eyes, do you see-how can it be?? Yea, and in truth, wherefore, alas,
epic, an which, arose Cby permission of G. Steinj-it surely is-Louis fSebastianj
Ross and Lillian COliviaj Baseman engaged in a heated argument over the linesg
"Some are lborn great some achieve greatness, and some have greatness thrust upon
'emu ! !! These two actors have undoubtedly been either born great, achieved great-
ness, or had it thrust upon them!! Who knows???
QNext To The Lastj
What a long, long period! Even if it is the next to the shortest in the clay.
It's still the next to last!! Well, while we're at it, we might as well go up to Miss
Blessing's where a lot of us are taking algebra C-but where to, please???j As fel-
low algebraians, F. H. had mathematicians john Henry Jones Pearce, Harold
Laufe, "Bill" Rittman, and "Marg" Paddock!! Here, we speedily discussed Ein-
stein's Theory of Relativity, and other such trivial subjects!! The gong sounded
Cnot a prize-fightj and we tore ourselves away from those interesting subjects !!
Down flights and flights of stairs-or rather "up"-for more people were
coming "up" the "down stairs than were going down the ups-oh well, you know
what I mean!! On the way, she encountered Veronica Kosiba, whose fingers were
practically dropping off from typing in Miss McCamblay,s room!!! Following in
Veronica's footsteps, or, rather, walking up her hack, came little Mary Lou Jones,
who has been training seriously for the secretarial position under the president of
the U. S.
VVell, let's get down those steps, please!!!
QAh, At Lastlj
Racing across the court from first annex to first, F. H. caught up with Estelle
Kern and, together, they struggled into that Ulonesomev and "deserted" basket-
room!! Then, after the weekly bath of soap and congealed water, F. H. partici-
pated in a few games such as: basketlball, hockey, tennis, volley-ball, mushball-
which reminds me-on the way over, we encountered the genuine Maurice "Mushy",
"Bing', Parker in person!! Yes, girls, the football hero!! Thrills and chilblains!
And with "MushyH was that irresistible, young basketball player, Harold CGoodyj
Goodstone ! ! ! !
Now, to get to a more technical Cyet somewhat less interesting to the common
rabblej-subject-that of "commercial law."
And guess who has dreams of becoming one of our much-needed lawyers-
none other than Kensey Clarkson, who, between times and cases, is quite, quite an
artist!! Also aspiring to that great profession is Lois Scandrol, a diminutive, yet
forceful damsel!! They're getting too deep for your author, so let's run up and
visit Sweet Cyet a stickler for workj Miss Ross!! Here, in her class of history
S's, we find john Buko, athlete, aviator, and genuine "all-arounder," giving the
latest news scoops!! And it looks a lot like both john and F. H. are having diffi-
culty getting the latest "scoops" ! !!
However, it is 3:05 now and at 3:05 Allderdice makes more noise than a
"chickens' scoop" !! Get it? So, since a pun is the lowest form of wit, let's off
"wit" the false smile, and be on our way homewards to night-work, for what is a
school without at least one scholar??
Song Hits of 456
Graduation january 31-I Can? Believe lt'.s' True
Mary Louise Sullivan-S0 S lzy
Pauline Artz-Soplzistieated Lady
Elsie Jane Close--Voizfre Ezfrywlzere
Dorothy McDonald-Stay as Sweet as You Are
Allbent VVedne'r-The Old Man of the Mountain
Della Barney--Little You Know
Robert F llL1iCkC'11--C011lCI1l'C?ll
Nancy Lainige--Fil as a Fiddle
After Graduation-Congratula-fe Me
Beatrice Lynch-lilanze It on My Youlli
Margaret Clark-So Nice
Doris BraunmSonzebozly Sweet
Elmer Halt-Sleepy Head
Marion Dickson-Beautiful Girl
Harry Chisholm-Sing College Boy
Jane Davies-Alice in Wonderland
Sidney Seewald-The Man an the Flying Trapeze
Louis Averbach-Lost in at F og
Mary Toukin--All Aineriran Girl
Lillian Glass-Y0u're O. K.
Carmelina Bonaro-My Fzilure Star
Gertrude Hastie-Y0u're a Builder Upper
Edgar Novick-'VVitlz My Eyes Plficle Open 1,111 Dreaming
Robert VViIliams--Oiit of ilze Darlcness
Betty Shrofm--Frerlcle Fare
Esther Rost-Look Wli0's Here
Willliaiii Smale-I Wish That I Were Twins
Philip Eps-tein-lVl10's Afraid of flze Big Bad Wolf?
Leonard Rudolph-Don Juan
Sylvia Grotstein-rWl1o ls Sylvia?
Mary Riddle--So Sweet
Moran Conwell-Here Comes the Captain
Harry VVeritzel--School Days?
Frank lacks-on-You Lead llze Parade
Fern Lippert-Bright Eyes
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Of the mid-year class of Allderdiceg
The latest report of its present careerg
Of those who hoped great fame to entice.
Each reader knows that in this world
So many ills have always stayed
That now Bill Kunkel, with flags unfurled
The ranks of science has arrayed.
To aid him in a foreign land
He's need of well-trained girls in white.
The nurses Oliver, Logue, Brand,
Miss Piper and Miss Stumpf do fight!
And near a well-known dentist's chair
fWhile Clarkson draws a wreathj
We find our Sullivan in her lair
Who does her best to pull some teeth!
To "learn" the mob was quite a task
Until F. Amedick and Miss Crews
Perfected this system: first they ask
Their pupils to learn the "U's."
Many girls who like to write
Have reached their wanted goal.
But educated persons cite
The works of Rost and Cole.
To learn to fly-do airy pranks
Is quite a thrilling stunt--and so .
Our classmates in these flying ranks
Are Sample, Pardi, Meyer, Buko.
Miss Digman teaches music well,
And Mary Lou the organ plays..
Replacing Ramona, they do tell,
Is Miss McDonald-latest craze.
Our Mister Morrison does lead
His own orchestral jazzy men.
Un Novick's songs his friends do feed-
"They're fine" says ev'ry critic's pen!
And ev'rywlhere we look around
Commercial artists' work we seeg
The signature-now is it found
That it iscriffin, Mills, Corey?
We cross a bridge-perhaps the mark
Of Bernard Krikstone-engineer.
Again, we hear the voice -of Stark
A socialisti-c man-no fear.
Cui' Chisholm now, is some cadet!
And Shrom and Currin have had great fame
For many fashions Uhey do iset
VVithin our homes-no two the same.
Now Pearce and Cas did not want much
For just a 'million did they aspire.
They worked andworked-so now can touch
A silver ball, or golden lyre.
Our Milton Taufberg has success
Because hels the toastmaster now.
lack Hukill, too, now does confess
Heys at the top-take a lbow!
And we suspect that Hamilton
Has dreams of crashing Hollwywood.
But Flocken fears Uhat Washington
Does not realize his worth-it should!
Stenography has on its roll
Some well-trained girls from Allderdice,
And many now have reached their goal-
Three are McCullough, Newman, Price.
John Bendick works for Uncle Sam g
Cartoonist i.s Kemp Griffin now.
"Are you a dancer P" Gregg: "I am!"
Before the footlights does she bow.
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President ........................................................ Betty Adams
Vice President .........................,.................. XYilliam Smith
Secretary .............,.......... , ................................... Jack Levin
Class ColorsfNavy Blue and Chartreuse
Class Mottof"Nostros Amemus"
Let us love each other
Lea Goldstein, Edith Stewart, Betty Rosenfield, Laura Daneoff. Freda
Lewin, Robert Brown, Tessie Dolatowski, Jerome Lebowitz, Roherta
Maizleeh, Jack Levin, Lester Smith, Jacques XVachtel, Jacqueline NVeil,
Thomas McClure, Vera llarkness, Grace XVilson, Martin Sachnofi, Virginia
King, David Olds, Daniel Lichenstein, Esther Robbins, Miriam Beeson,
Jay Reich, Robert Kornhauser, Selma Ories, Leonard Levison, Clarence
Janet llyndmanbli. James Bassettik. Stewart Coleman, Miriam Freed, Thomas
McKil1l1en, Alice Hirsch, Edwin Horne, Louise Rittman, Ruth Purtell.
Robert Mitchell"t, Henrietta Bergman, George Chakurda, Matthew Seltzer,
Stanley Markey, Doris Vofgan, Betty Lyle, Betty Call.
Evelyn llooclii, Morton Stern, Jeanne Kalish, Ellen Morehead, Bernard
Halpern, Jay Reich, Joseph Fink.
Marjorie Bandiman"t, Josephine Koyton, Sally Dobson, Yolande Lebowitz,
Louise XYoosley, Bertha Thomas, Betty Moore, Betty Osborne.
Motto, Color, Cheer
Nora McClure9F, Clarence Schultz, Margaret Sehwamiberger, XVillis Anthony,
Bertram Roth, Foster Reed, XYilliam Sanford, Margaret Sanford, Mar-
garet De Paolo.
Theodore Matuszeskiff, Harold Broudy, Kenneth llodgkinson, Elsie NVitt,
Gertrude Wfilkinson. '
Ali, Rose Ann
Allerton, Gir-ten William
Anderson, Gene Elizabeth
Anthony, Willis Martin
une 193 5
Baker, Wilda Mae
Bassett, James Guy, jr.
Beegle, Robert Winfield
Bennett, J. Dorothy Gertrude
Bennett, Joel I.
Benswanger, jean Florence
Bergmann, M. Henriette
Berman, Meyer O.
Bernstein, Irwin A.
Bernstein, Leona Marick
Bily, Marjorie Ann
Block, Annette Marie
Block, Morris Julius
Blotz, Carl H.
Borsh, Anna R.
Boyd, Helen Marion
June 19 3 5
Broudy, Harold D.
Brown, Robert Musser
Brown, Winifred Emily
Campbell, Robert Claire
Camponeschi, Rose L.
Capalbo, Margaret M.
Caplan, joseph S.
Carlson, Carl J. B.
Civitate, Antonette D.
Coleman, Stuart Francis
Conrad, William Henry
Cooper, Margaret Elizabeth
Cornelius, John T.
Cromwell, Edith Rowland
Crowley, Alice Louise
Cutler, Julius Arkin
Daley, Mary Marguerite
Dancoff, Laura Mae
Daniels, Edna May
Darling, Mildred Cecelia
Davis, Dorothy May
June 193 5
De Fazio, Michael F.
Denmarsh, Dorothy Elizabeth
De Paolo, Margaret Y.
Descamp, June Dolores
Dick, W. Russell
Dickson, William Russell
Dobson, Sallie Jane
Dolatowskii ,Tressia Claire
Donahue, Robert A.
Eigenrauch, Mary jane
Elinoff, Helen L.
Elkin, Louise Millicent
Emery, Mildred Jane
English, Tulie John
Enzian, Ann Louise
Fearon, Ruth Elynore
Finesilver, Floris Lorraine
Fink, joseph M.
Fisher, john Arthur, jr.
Fletcher, Anna Margaret
Fontana, Armand L.
une 193 5
Frankel, Richard Black
French, George Edward
Friedman, Ruth Reah
Froelich, Charles Thomas
Froelich, Eva Margaret
Fuller, Samuel Henry
Gall, Elizabeth B.
Gazdik, Molly K.
Gibson, Mary Lilyan
Glamser, Arthur Denton
Gloekler, Rita Claire
Gluck, Eidwin L.
Goldvarg, Dorothy S.
Goodman, Ruth E.
Gorenstein, Edith Mae
Gray, James Edward
Greenstein, Esther J.
Half, Henry C.
Halpern, Bernard Morton
Halt, George Reynolds
Harkness, Vera V.
Hartless, Helen Leona
Harwood, Legula E.
Heidish, Margaret K.
Hemming, james T.
Henning, Charles C.
Herring, Ruth P.
Hirsch, Alice Helene
Hodgkinson, Kenneth Vernon
Hoffman, Charles Lorenza, Jr.
Holton, Forbes S.
Hood, Evelyn joan
Hopkins, Ruth M.
Horne, Edwin Charles
Houghten, Robert Lincoln
Howell, Dorothy Amanda
Howell, Virginia Rae
Huchko,'lPaul ' A
Hurst, Oliver, if
Hutchinson, George C.
Hyman, Helen Arleen
Hyndman, Janet Mathewson
Isaacs, Ruth Leonore
james, Mildred Grace
jenkinson, Audrey Claire
Jones, Alma Hazel
Kalish, F. Jeanne
Kaplan, Edward L.
Karako, Rudolph E.
Katz, joseph Philip
Kauffman, Edna G.
Keil, Eleanor Louise
Kennedy, Betty Pauline
Kennedy, William james
Kern, Eleanor Ruth
Kerns, Jack W.
Kerr, Grace Virginia
Kiefer, Dean B.
Kornhauser, Robert L.
Kramer, George F.
Kramer, Lloyd B.
Lehman, Milton G., Jr
Levin, Morris L.
Levison, Leonard Spencer
Levy, David Leonard
Lewin, Freda A.
Lichtenstein, Daniel K.
Lieberman, Aaron Bernard
Lifsher, Sidney Lee
Lucchino, Dominic Anthony
Ludin, Gladys Geraldine
Lyle, Betty Jane
Maclachlan, Philip Sill
Marbaker, Ethel Price
Marcuson, Charlotte Thalma
Marguglio, Peter P.
Markey, Stanley C.
Marks, Malcolm J.
Marrone, Gasperine Margaret
Martin, Grace Thelma
Mattes, Ryna Ruth
Matuszeski, Theodore R.
Matvey, A. Stephen
McC1ean, Margaret Paisley
McClure, Nora Walsh
McClure, Thomas James
McConnell, Verna A.
McCormick, Edith Florence
M-cDermott, Regina M.
McElroy, Robert G.
McFeaters, Elizabeth Jean
Mertz, Louis Frederick
Mettenberger, Harry Charles
Zwerling, Bernice Gloria
Meyers, Paul Edward
Michael, Clifford H
Middleman, Harvey R.
Miller, Jack K.
Minster, Maxine Hannah
Mitchell, Robert Augustus, jr.
Molans, Arthur Mitchell
Molitoris, Anne Margaret
Montgomery, John Lawrence, jr
Moore, Paul Richard
Moorhead, Ellen R.
Morton, Samuel A.
Moses, Alta Ruth
Mullee, Mary Josephine
Mulligan, Mary Estelle
Myers, Hazel Alta
Myers, Howard L.
Nagin, Annette Norma
Needleiman, Rebecca S.
Nirdlinger, Dorothy Adelaide
0'Brien, Harry G.
Oestreicher, Gerald S.
Olds, David McNeil
Orr, Lawrence E., Jr.
Osborne, Bette Grace
Palkovitz, Gertrude Bella
Paratore, Sam W.
Pasekoff, Herbert Ivan
Pastor, William Andrew
Paulus, William J.
Pavlinac, Margaret E.
Pratt, Alvin A.
Profeta, Rose R.
Raffaele, Dora Louise
Raisig, George Ralston
Rapport, Meyer S.
Reed, Foster Lyon
Reich, jay S.
Rittman, Louise Clara
Ritz, Isabel Mary
Robbins, Esther Leah
Roberts, Walter Samuel
Rodgers, David Charles, Jr.
Rosenfield, Betty R.
Rost, Leah C.
Rothschild, Elsie jean
Roundtree, Margaret Frances
Rubenstein, Erwin Bernard
Sachnoff, Martin R.
Sachs, Arthur Leon
Schmeltz, Mildred M.
Schmidt, Henry Edward
Schneider, jack Worgan
Schultz, Clarence Henry, Jr.
Schutzman, Arnold I.
Schwartz, Sylvia Charlotte
Shenkan, Leonard L.
Silverman, Eleanor Ruth
Simon, Esther S.
Simons, Selma Rea
Smith, Helen Rosella
Smith, james Elmer
Smith, Ruth N.
Smith, William A., Jr.
Snyder, Naomi Fay
Snyder, Norton Paul
Spandau, James Jerome, Jr.
Spann, Elinore Aronson
Stefanik, Dorothy Bernadette
Stein, Frances R.
Stein, janet Harriet
Straub, Graham McClintock
Swetland, Grace M.
June 19 3 5
Takacs, Vilma E.
Teitelbaum, Dorothy Jeanne
Thomas, Bertha Edna
Thomas, Grace Margaret
Toner, Catherine Louise
Toth, Helen Ruth
Troxell, Emily Rose
Tunney, John Lawrence
Turner, Anne Margaret
Tytke, Louise Constance
Venger, Mary Jane
Wasserman, Milton Morton
Weaver, Ruth Esther
Weil, Jacqueline Ida
Weiland, Lynn Alton
Weinberger, Harold Benjamin
June 193 5
Weingarten, Lilyan Janice
Weiss, Sidney A.
Welshhans, Virginia Naomi
Wentz, Regina Mary
Wilkinson, Gertrude Weaver
Willem, Joseph G.
Wilson, Grace Marie
Wilson, Jack Robert
Witt, Elsie Martha
Woodfill, Harry O.
Woozley, Margaret Louise
Wynn, Myrtle Frances
Zeta Chapter --- National Honor Soeietyb
Betty Adams Molly Gazdik
Marjorie Bandman James Bassett Lea Goldstein
Ruth Goodman Oliver Hurst
Vera Harkness Evelyn Hood Janet Hyndman
4- Class Sponsors -
Miss Edna R. Todd-359-Came to Pittsburgh from
Indiana but maternal grandlparents were P-eninsylvanianis . . .
great-grandfather one of original founders of the Harmony
Society at Hiarmonly and Eclonomy, Pa .... Attended' Butler
University and Indiianiapolis 'University . . . Phi Kappa Phi
. . . In Paris attenicled La Sarbonne, famous French school
. . . Student at the French School of McGill University,
Montreal, Canada . . . Interested! in the theatre, in traveling
and in music . . . just a whisipeir in your ear CSihe confessed
to a secret ambition to have been an 'Ethel Barrymorej
Miss Bertha O. Mitchell-154-Very affahle history teacher
in t-he first floor annex . . . Is a native Pennsylvaniian . . .
liducateid at Pitt and Columibia . . . Likes both knitting
and reading, but never does both at onfce . . . Manages to
create 21 spirit of both instruction: and amusement in heir
classes . . . May often be found on the tennis courts in her
Miss .Welsh-258-Is a native Pittsvburgher
. . . Received her education in this city
. . . college training at the University of
Pittsburgh, has also attended Harvard and
Columbia which 'proves that she likes to
study . . . Is extremely fond of art. the
study of which is -one of her hobbies . . .
A secret ..., Miss Welsih likes to cook.
H. H. Wilson--463MCame to Pittsburgh
from Wa,shington County . . . Received
his colleige training at W. and J. and
Waynfesburg . . . Did graduate work at
Pitt. . . Has taught practically everything
in the high school curriculum except mod-
ern languages . . . Secret joy is music . . .
Enjoys chorus work, but claims never to
have been outstanding in it . . . reserved
Miss Tait'-358-Graduated from VVellesley College, Colum-
bia University, and attended the University of Pittsburgh . , .
Inter-ested in traveling' . . . has visited both at home and
alhroad . . . Is fond of iehorus work, having -once sponsored
a Girls' Glee Clu'b . . . Her chief amihition is to invent a
robot that will correct history tes-t papers as well as under-
stand and translate the writing.
Harry C. Soles-357-Studied at VV. and J.
and Pitt . . . Interested in history: in fact,
was one of the organizers of the XVorld
llistory course for the eity of Pittslnirgh
. . . lfond of athletics . . . Spends his sfpare
time huntinig and managing the Rifle Cluib
. . . llas an aversion to maps drawn hy
students. but is keen for student discussion
Miss Leila H. Rupp-356-ls a native
Pittshurgher . . . liducatecl at l'itts'hurgh
schools, Scheniley and l"itt . . . llolds a
master's degree . . . Fond of traveling and
has visited many remote corners of the
country , . . Her piupiils elairn her weakness
is clothes . . . Does not give overhurdening:
assignments and enjoys a good joke as well
as her history putpils do.
Miss Mary A. Evans-266-Native of Alle-
gheny County .... A ttended North Side
school where her father was principal . . .
Graduated from Allegheny High School
and University of Pitts'burg'h i. . . Is very
fond of musie . . . Insists that she does
not like to give homework as she has to
Miss Hartz-262-Came to Pittsburgh from
llaltimore, Maryland . . . College work oth-
tainieid in Pittslburgh at ihoth Carnegie
Tech and the University of Pittsihurgh . , .
Has always been interested in drama, par-
ticularly in plav direction and production
. . . Says sfhe likes to play golf, but ,plays
- une Class Activities -
Abravanel, Ben-Book Room, Stamp Club, Short
Adams, Betty I.-President of Senior Class, Stu-
dent Council, Secretary-Treasurer, Senior Debating
Society, History Dramatic, Volleyball '32, '33, '34,
'35, Literary Club, Basketball '34, '35, Hockey '34,
'35, Senior Leaders '33, '34. '35, Junior Leaders
Ali. Rose Ann-Judge for Voting, Stamp Club,
French Club, Volleyball.
Alter, Serene--Current Events Club, Junior Leadl
ers' Club, Basketball '32, '33, Tennis Crunner up!
'32, '33, '34.
Anderson, Gene E.-Junior Chorus, Girls' Chorale,
Chorus, Girl Reserves.
Ando, Steven-Short Wave Club, Science Club:
Intramural Champions '33, '34.
Andre, Elizabeth-Business Service Guild.
Anthony, Willis4Hall Patrol, Chess Club, Life
Saving Club, Swimming Team '33, '34, '35,
Aranyas, Rose-Business Service Guild.
Bandman, MBfjOYl?FOfCWOfd Staff, Chairman
Flower Committee, Dramatic Club, Orchestra "A".
Bash, Harry-Lunch Patrol, Band, Science Club,
Track '34, Cros-s Country '33, Swimming Squa-l
Bassett, James G., Jr.-- Chairman Social Com-
mittee, Junior Mechanics, Hi-Y.
Beegle, Robert W.-Inventors' Club, Member of
Beeson, Miriam-Red Cross Club, Senior Leaders'
Club, Journal Staff, Basketball '32, '33, '34, Vol-
leyball '32, '33, '34, '35, Tennis '32, '33, '34, '35,
Mushball '34, Hockey '34, Track '3Z.
Bennett, Dorothy Gertrude-Junior Chorus, Red
Cross, Junior Art Club, Senior Art Club, Volley-
Bennett, Joel Irving-Junior Art Club, Hall
Patrol, Lunch Patrol, Class Play, Student Council,
Benswanger, F. JeanneStudent Council, Fore-
word Reporter, Voice B, Tennis '32, '33, '34, '35,
Bergmann, Henriette M.-Picture Committee,
Advertising Club, Group A Girls' Chorale.
Berman, Meyer Oliver-Hall Patrol, History
Movie Club, Football Squad '33,
Bernstein, Irwin-Sport Club, Current Event
Club, Chess Club, Allderdice Chess Team, Hall
Bernstein, Leona-Home Room Secretary, Travel
Club, Puzzle Club, Hockey Team '34, Hall Patrol,
Block, Annette Marie-Hall Patrol, Wlaffle Weav-
ing Club, Stage Make-up, Penmanship Club,
Travel Club, History Movie Club.
Block, Morris-Foreword Staff, Hall Patrol,
Lunch Patrol, Puzzle Club, Student Council, Re-
port Room Foreword Representative, "A" Orches-
tra, Wood Wind Quintette, "B" Band.
Boltz, Carl H.- German Club, Boys' Cooking
Club, Door Patrol.
Bolsh, Anna-Red Cross, Business Service Guild,
Volleyball '32, '33, '34, '35, Mushball '34.
Boyd, Helen Marion-Student Council, Foreword
Reporter, Girl Reserves, Swimming Team '33,
Volleyball Team '34, Basketball Team '32, Hockey
Braff, Meercy-Business Service Guild.
Broberg, William T.4Lunch Patrol, Junior Bas-
ketball '32, Football '34.
Broudy, Harold-Student Council, Song' Com-
mittee, Make-up Story Telling, Band A, Orches-
t.a A, Horn Quartet, Swimming Team '31,
Brown, Robert M.-A Orchestra, String Quar-
tet, Harp Trio, Jo-urnal Staff, All-City Orchestra,
Cross Country Team '33, Lunch Patrol.
Brown, Winifred Emily-Advertising Club, Me-
chanical Drawing, History Club, Orchestra B.
Callomon, Richard-Mathematics Club.
Campbell, Robert C.-Football '34, Member of
Champion Interclass Track Team '34, '35,
Camponeschi, Rose L.-Girls' Choral, Voice A,
Capalbo, Margaret M.-Lunch Patrol, Hall Pa-
trol, Hockey '34, Volleyball '35.
Caplan, Emanuel-Lunch Patrol, Hall Patrol,
History Movie Club, Special Art Club, Sociology
Caplan, Joseph S.-Senior A Band, Swimming
Team Manager '31, German Club, Stamp Club,
Sport Club, Motor Club.
Carlson, Carl J.-Current Events, Special Print'
Chakurda, George-Senior Picture Committee,
Hall Patrol, Mathematics Club, Varsity Football
Chizek, Ruth J.4Reil Cross Club, History Movie
Club, Current Events Club.
Civitiate, Antonette D.-Current Events Club,
Business .Service Guild, Volleyball '32, '33, '34, '35,
Basketball '32, '33, '34, Tennis '32, '33, '34, '35,
Mushball '34, Hockey '33, '34.
Clippinger, June-Lunch Patrol, Girls' Chorale,
Girls' Quartette, Track '32.
Coleman, Stuart F.-Art Club, President, Social
Committee, Inventors' Club, Astronomy Club,
Motor Club, Senior "A" Band, Home Room Presia
Conrad, William H.-President of Inventors'
Club, Cross Country Team '33, '34, VVriting Club.
Cooper, Margaret Elizabeth--'Vice-President ol
262, Reading Club, Chorus, Players' Guild.
Cornelius, john T.-Boys' Cooking, History
Crawford, Novella--Red Cross, History Movies.
Crews, Bertha-Red Cross Club, Dr. Earhart's
Chorus, Demonstration Chorus.
Cromwell, Edith-Class Play: Art Club: Museum
Club: Red Cross Club: Cooking Club: Hockey
Team '34: Make-up Club: French Club.
Crowley, AliceRed Cross Club: Hockey '33,
'34: Volleyball '35: French Club: Aviation Club:
History Movie Club.
Cutler, Julius A.-Sports Club: Lunch Patrol.
Dancoff, Laura Mae-Student Council: Journal
Staff: Hall Patrol: Class Foreword Representa-
tive: French Club: Junior Dramatics: Shakespeare
Club: History Movie Club: Basketball '32: Hockey
Manager '34. .
Daniels, Edna-Girl Reserves: Business Service
Guild: Basketball Team '3l.
Darling, Mildred Cecelia-Library Club: Student
Davis, Dorothy-Marionette Club: Special Art
Davis, Evelyn I.-Advertising Club: Red Cross
Club: Marionette Club.
DeFazio, Michael-Readers' Club: Orchestra:
Cross Country '30, '32: Movie Club.
Denmark. Milton-Dramatic Club: Class Play:
Basketball Team, Manager '35.
Denmarsh, Dorothy Elizabeth-Girl Reserves:
Business Service Guild: Secretary, 358: Volleyball
'33, '34, '35: Hockey '34, '35: Diving '33,
DePaolo, Margaret Y.-Motto, Color and Cheer
Committee: Hall Patrol: Senior Leaders: Hockey
334: Basketball '34: Volleyball '3S: Mushball '34.
Descamp, JuneRed Cro-ss Club: Business Ser-
Dickson, Russell Wm.-Student Council.
Dobson, Sallie-Hall Patrol: Type Club.
Dolatowski, Tessie Claire-Dramatic Club: Needle
Club: Hockey '34: Penmanship Club: Business
Service Guild: Journal Staff: Vigilance Committee:
Student Government Co11rt.
Donahue, Robert A.-President of 463: Adver-
tising Club: Senior A Band: Football '33, '34:
Gym Team '32: Green Key.
Duggan, Mary Louise-Rifle Club: Hall Patrol.
Eigenrauch, Mary Jan4+School Play: History
Movie Club: Vice-President of Rifle Club: Drama-
Elinoff, Helen-Sigma Iota Club: Red Cross
Club: Secretary-Treasurer of Economic Club: Sec-
retary-Treasurer of Motor Club: Hockey '34,
Elkin, Louise-Hall Patrol: Story Telling Club:
Girls' Aviation Club.
Emery, Mildred Jane-History Club: Art Club.
English, Tulie John-Student Council Representa-
tive: Hall Patrol: Foreword Reporter.
Enzian, Anne Louise--Door Patrol: Secretary of
Class Room: History Club.
Epstein, Mildred--Junior Chorus: Red Cross:
History Movie Club: Sigma Iota.
Esman, Milton J.--Jr. Stamp Club: Senior
Chorus: Latin Club: Debaters Society: Players'
Guild: Sigma Iota: Intramurals Championship
Fearon, RuthfOrchestra: French Club: Red
Cross: Sigma Iota: History Movie Club.
Figole, Joseph-Lunch Patrol: Vice-President.
Findl, Julia-Lunch Patrol: Hall Patrol: School
Play: French Club: Volleyball '33: Basketball '32,
'33, '34: History Movie Club.
Finesilver, Floris Lorraine-Junior Chorus: Red
Cross Club: Players Guild: Senior Class Play.
Fink, Joseph M.-Ring Committee: Hall Patrol:
Class Play: Vigilance Committee.
Fireman, Ruthe-Stamp Club: Library Club:
Knitting Club: Stage Make-Up Club.
Flanick, Mildred--Advertising Club: Business
Fleischer, Gertruds+Hall Patrol.
Fontana, Armand-Sport Club: Marionette Club:
Intra-Mural Basketball Champions '34.
Frankel, Richard-Stage Crew: Lunch Patrol:
Reading Club: Players Guild: Senior Debate Club:
College Board English: College Board German:
Freed. Miriam-Social Committee: S'ecretary-Trea-
surer of Home Room: Home Mechanics, Shakes-
peare Club: Monitor in Lunch Room: Girls' Home
Economics Club: Red Cross Club: Stage Make-Up
Club: Special Typing Club: History Dramatic Club.
French, George Edward-Lunch Patrol: Rifle
gulls: Geometrical Design Club: Special Lettering
Friedman, Ruth R.-Lunch Patrol: History Club:
Home Economics Club: Voice A.
Froelich. Eva Margaret-Dramatic Club: Needle-
Ev?-lk Guild: Penmanship Club: Home Economics
Fuller, Harry-Rifle Club '33, '34, '35: Fencing
Club' '34, '35: Orchestra.
Gall, Elizabeth B.-Advertising Club: Ring Com-
mittee: Business Service Guild: Volleyball '32, '33,
'34, '35: Basketball '32, '33, '34: Tennis '32, '33,
'34, '35: Mushball '34: Secretary of Leaders' Club:
Swimming '34: President oi Business Service Guild.
Gazdik, Molly K.-Hall Patrol: Vice-President
of Home Room.: Red Cross Club.
Geilman, Harold-Transferred from Schenley '33,
Gerber, Marianne-Foreword Reporter: Lunch Pa-
trol: Basketball Team: Business Service Guild.
Gibson, Lilyan-Business Service Guild.
Glamser, Arthur-History Movie Club: Swimming
Gloeckner, Marjorie-Advertising Club: History
Club: Mechanical Drawing: Orchestra B.
Gluck, Edwin-Stamp Club: Senior A Band:
Golf Team '33, '34, '35.
Gold, Rose-Hall Patrol, Home Mechanics Club,
Shakespeare Club, Special Typing Club, Dramatic
Club, Stage Make-up Club.
Goldberg, Maurice--Hall Patrol.
Golden Ruth-Story Telling Club, Junior Liter-
History Movie Club, Library Club,
Penmanship Club, Stage Make-Up, Orchestra.
Lea-Journal Staff, Student Council,
Hall Patrol, President Report Room, Leaders' Club,
Jr. and Sr., Basketball Captain '32, '33, '34, '35,
Tennis City Championship '31, '32, '33, Class Cham-
'32, '35, Captain '33, '34,
'31, '32, '33, '34.
pion '34, Volleyball
Track '32, Swimming
S.-Waffle Weaving Club,
Goldvarg, Dorothy I
Dr. Earhart's Chorus, Travel Club, History Movie
Club, Current Events Club.
Goodman, Ruth F.-Student Council, Foreword
Staff, Junior Leaders, French Conversation Club,
Reading Club, Orchestra A, Cooking Club, Junior
Gorenstein, Edith Mae-Special.Art Club, His-
tory Movie Club, History Dramatic Club.
Gray, James Edward-Student Council, Lunch
Patrol, Foreword Reporter, Hall Patrol, History
Greenstein, Esther J.-Transferred from Gladstone
Half, Henry C.-Journal Staff, Hall Patrol,
Science Club, Band "A", Voice "C", .
Halpern, Bemard M.-President of Home Room,
Ring Committee, Players' Guild, Dramatic Club,
Current Events Club, German Club, Orchestra
Halt, George R.fForeword Reporter, Lunch Pa-
trol, Inventors Club, Rifle Club, Ring Committee,
Harkness, Vera V.-Journal Committee, Orches-
tra B, Travel Club, Lunch Patrol, Home Econo-
mics Club, French Club.
Harris, Lillian-Lunch Patrol, Library Club,
Art Club, History Movie Club, Golf Club, Public
Hartless, Helen Leona--Cooking Club, Hand-
Harwood, Legula-Dramatic Club, Orchestra
"A", Voice "B".
Hatgan, Millie-Business Service Guild, Library
Club, Home Economics Club, Volleyball '34,
Heidish, Margaret Kathleen-History Club, Mu-
seum Club, Volleyball '35, Track '33, Basketball
'31, Tennis '31.
Hemming, James T.-Boys' Cooking Club, His-
tory Club, Movie Club.
Henning, Charles--Lunch Patrol, Green Key,
Herman, Fannie--Lunch Patrol, Museum Club,
Make-Up Club, Sfhakspeare Club, Orchestra B,
Basketball '33, Hockey '35.
Herring, Ruth P.-Hall Patrol, History-Drama
tic Club, History-Movie Club, Motor Club, Sigma
lota, Basketball '31, Tennis '33, '34, Hockey
Hinkes, Florence-French Club, German Club,
Business Service Guild, Make-Up Club, Student
Hirsch, Alice Helene-,Social Committee, Hall
Patrol, Tennis '32, '33, Red Cross Club, Voice B.
Edward-Hall Patrol ,
Chorus, Golf Team '33, Geometric Design
Book Room Club, Motor
Club, Variety Club,
Club, Progressive Art League.
Hodgkinson, Kenneth Vemon-Sports Club, Male
Chorus, Orchestra A, Chorus A.
Hoffman, Charles-Foreword Reporter, Stamp
Club, Inventors' Club, Writing Club.
Holton, Forbes-Green Key, Intra-mural Basket-
ball '34, '35, Intra-mural Volleyball '34, '35.
Hood, Evelyn-Student Council, Secretary of
Home Room, Ring Committee, Volleyball '35,
History Club, Travel Club.
Hopkins, Ruth-Red Cross Club.
Horne, Edwin C.-Players' Guild, Foreword
Staff, Sports Announcer, Football Manager '33,
'34, Soccer Manager '31, Inventors' Club, Student
Council Representative, Member of Social Com-
mittee, Class Play.
Horowitz, Selma-Inventors' Club, Volleyball
'35, Mushball '34.
Houghten, Robert LincolnACurrent Events Club,
Howell, Dorothy A.-Dramatic Club.
Howell, Virginia Rae--Dramatic Club.
Howley, William E.-Hall Patrol.
Huc-hko, Paul-Lunch Patrol, Hall Patrol, Cur-
rent Events Club, Travel Club, History Club,
Hurst, Oliver-Green Key, Hi-Y Club, Tennis
'30, '31, '32, '33, '34, '35. g
Hutchinson, Henry C.-Voice A, Male Chorus.
Hyman, Helen Arleen-Hockey '34, Hall Patrol.
Hyndman, Janet M.-Chairman Social Committee,
President Junior Art Club, President Special Art
Club, Vice-President Home Economics Club, His-
tory Movie Club, Players' Guild, Girls' Leaders
Club, Tennis '32, '35, Hockey '35, Volleyball '33.
Isaacs, Arthur-Short Wave Club, Movie Club,
Stamp Club, History Club, Junior Aviation Club.
Isaacs, Ruth Leonore-Puzzle Club, Inventors'
Club, Vigilance Committee.
Jacobs, Robert-Hall Patrol, Slide Rule Club.
James, Mildred Grace-Current Events Club,
Business Service Guild.
Jenkinson, Audrey Clairc+Current Events Club,
Hall Patrol, History Movie Club, Swimming Team.
Levison, Leonard Spencer-Foreword Staff Sports
Jones, Alma Hazel-Class Play: A Choral Group:
Girl Reserve Club: Junior Chorus: Lunch Patrol:
Janes, Helen-Current Events Club: Girl Re-
serves: History Movie Club: Mushball Team: Vol-
Kalish, Jeanne F.-Lunch Patrol: Ring Com-
mittee: Foreword Staff: Sports Editor for Girls:
Secretary Junior Art Club: Home Economics: Spe-
cial Art: Library Club: History-Movie Club: Man-
ager Volleyball '33: Senior Leaders' Club '33, '34,
Kaplan, Edward L.-Volleyball Championship of
School '34: Captain of Basketball Team '34, '35:
Volleyball Team '32: Jr. Basketball Team '31:
Karoly, Befnhart J.--Secretary-Treasurer 12-B
Class '33, '34: Stamp Club: Current Events Cluib:
Katz, Joe-Lunch Patrol: Radio Club: Chess
Kauffman, Edna G.-'History Movie Club: Home
Kteil, Eleanor L.-Drama Club: History
Volleyball '35: Tennis '33, '34, '35.
Kennedy, Betty-Advertising Club: History Club.
Kern, Eleanor-Penmanship Club.
Kerns, Jack W.-Boys' Cooking Club: Current
Events Club: Football '33,
Kerr, Grace V.-Literary Club: History Club:
Dr. Earhart's Chorus: Girls' Chorale: Biology
Club: Library Club: Lunch Patrol.
Kiefer, Dean--Hall Patrol: Door Patrol: Short
King, Vinginia Mae-Door Patrol: Treasurer in
Report Room: Dramatic Club: Group A Chorus:
Koelker, Betty-Student Council.
Korchak, John-Inter-Class Volleyball Champions
Kornhauser, Robert L.-Student Council: Hall
Patrol: Dramatic Club: Current Events Club:
German Club: Manager Swimming Team '32:
Koyton, Josephine-Red Cross Club: Dramatic
Kramer, George F.-Cheer Committee: History
Club: Jr. Basketball '31: Gym Team '30, '31:
Kurtz, Sarrae-Basketball '32: Tennis '32.
Langie, H elena-O rchestra : Voice.
Lebofwitz, Jerome-Journal Staff: Door Patrol.
Lebowitz, Yolanda-Picture Committee: Hall Pa-
trol: Junior Leaders: Junior Student Council:
Senior Girls' Leaders: Basketball '32, '34: Volley
ball '32,p'33, '35: Hockey '34: Assistant Business
Manager Class Play.
G Lehman, Milton G., Jr.-Foreword Staff: Read-
ing Club: Debate Club: Players' Guild: Sigma
Levin, Jack--President Senior and Junior Coun-
cil: Secretary of Class: Journal Staff Business
Manager: Business Manager of Class Play: Busi-
ness Manager of Foreword: Reporter for Pittsburgh
Post-Gazette: Pittsburgh High School Student As-
Levin, Morris-History Movie Club: Dramatic
Club: Swimming Team '33, '35.
Editor, Managing Editor: Journal Staff: Players
Debating Society: Class Play:
Radio Program: Motor Club: National Scholastic
Literary Award: Home Room President.
Lewin, Freda-History Club: Journal Staff.
Lichbenstein, Daniel K.-Journal Committee: Stu-
dent Council: Hall Patrol: Manager of Field Day
Events '34: Advertising Club: Mathematics Club:
Lifsher, Sidney LeeHistory Club: Chess Club.
Lipchak, Mary-Red Cross Club: Penmanship
Club: Business Service Guild.
Lowenthal, Morton-Hall Patrol: Current Events
Club: Sports Club: Intramural Champions '33.
Lucchino, Dominic-Auditorium Committee: Stu-
dent Council: Intra-mural Champion Team '31, '32,
Ludin, Gladys Geraldine-:Current Events Club:
Special Arts Club: French Club: History Movie
Club: Electric Club for Girls: Swimming Team
Lyle, Betty Jane-Scrapbook Club: Knitting
Club: Tennis '34, '35: Picture Committee.
Lyttle, Doris-Scrapbook Club: History Club:
Home Economics Club.
Maclachlant Philip Sill-Hall Patrol: Latin
Club: German Club: Biology Club.
Maizlech, Roberta-Journal Staff: Door Patrol:
Stage Make-Up Club: Home Economics Club:
Junior Leaders' Club '32 : Senior Leaders'
Club '33, '34, '35: Basketball '31, '32, '33, '34:
Volleyball '32, '33, '34, '35: Tennis '33: Hockey
Mallinger, Adeline-History Club: Stage Make-
Maloney, Regina-'History Club: Tennis '33.
Marbaker, Ethel-Aviation Club: Latin Club:
Life Saving Club: History Movie Club: Swimming
Team: Leaders' Club: Vice-President of Report
Class: President of Report Class.
Marcuson, Charlotte 'Ihalma-Puzzle Club: Ninth
Grade Dramatic Club: Home Economics Club.
Marguglio, Pete-Hall Patrol: Senior A Band:
Senior A Band Librarian: Current Events Club:
Senior Basketball Student Manager '34, '35: Senior
Track Student Manager '35.
Markey, Stanley---Stamp Club: Foreword Staff
CEd1tor-in-Chief? I German Club: Vigilance Com-
mittee: Senior B Band: Picture Committee.
Marks, Malcolm J.-Lunch Patrol: Astronomy
Club: Senior Band: Volleyball Team: Property man
for Class Play.
Marrone, Gasperine-Sports '3 4.
Martin, Gnaoe Thelma-Voice B, Voice A, In-
Matuszeski, Theodore R.-Song Committee
fChairmanJ, Student Council Representative, Ad-
vertising Club, Octette Male Chorus, Allderdice
Track Team '34, Champion Interclass Team '34,
Molitoris, Anne Margaret-D-ramatic Art Club,
Public Speaking Club, Junior Chorus.
Montgomery, jack-12B Class President, IZA
Class Vice-President, Geometric Designs, Chess
Club, Rifle Club, Lettering Club.
, .. 11-.,1 n:-1.--.1 ,,I,,.L.- I'l.1...l. 'lI-'ll...L.Jl
Stern, Morton-Foreword Staff, Ring Committee,
Student Council Representative, Sport Club, Track
Team '34, Champion Interclass Track Team '34, '35,
Stewart, Edith--Journal Staff, Class Play, Vice-
President Literary Club, Shakespeare Club, Dra-
matics, Red Cross, Stage Make-Up, Home Econo-
Straub, Graham-Hall Patrol, Hobby Club, His-
tory Club, Door Patrol,
Swetland, Grace M.-Business Service Guild,
Penmanship Club, Basketball '34, Business Service
Takacs, Vilma E.-Foreword Class Reporter,
Secretary and Treasurer of Home Room, History
Movie Club, Hockey, Basketball.
Task, Rebecca-Volleyball Manager '35,
Teitelbaum, Dorofthy--Basketball '35, Hall Patrol.
Thomas, Grace M.-Red Cross Club, Chess Club,
Astronomy Club, Band A-B, Orchestra B, Mush-
Toner, Catherine Louise-Business Service Guild,
Rifle Club , Penmanship Club , Foreword
Staff Typist, Junior Art Club, Vice-President of
Toth, Helen Ruth-Mechanical Drawing Club,
Volleyball, Basketball, Tennis, Hockey, Mushball.
Troxell, Emily Rose.-Hockey '34, Basketball
'35, Volleyball '35,
Tunney, John Lawrence--President of 266, Fenc-
ing Club, Cross-Country Team '33,
Turner, Anne Margaret-French Club, Girls'
Tytke, Louise+Student Council, Lunch Patrol,
German Club, Travel Club, Orchestra A, All City
Orchestra, Cooking Club, Handwriting Club.
Venger, Mary Jane-Orchestra, Inventors' Club,
History-Movie Club, Volleyball '35,
Vegan, Doris-Class Vice-President of 359, Hall
Patrol, Picture Committee, Class Play, Volleyball
'32, Tennis '32, '33,
Wachtel, Jacques-Journal Staff, Senior Orches-
tra, Sigma Iota, Chess Club, Modern Inventors'
Club, Hall Patrol, Vigilance Committee.
Walsh, Howard-Marionette Club, Football Team
'33, '34, '
Wasserman, Milton Morton-Voice B, Vo-ice A,
Male Chorus, Stamp Club, Sports Club, Chess
Club, Hall Patrol, Intra-mural Champs, Volley
ball '34, Basketball '33,
Weaver, Ruth-Biology Club, Mushball '34,
Weil, Jacqueline-Journal Staff, Class Play,
Vice-President of Home Room, Players' Guild,
Weiland, Lynn Alton-Junior Players' Guild,
Cheer Leader, Hall Patrol, Business Service Guild:
Weinberger, Harold B.-Travel Club, Inventors'
Club, Rock and Mineral Club, Story Telling Club,
Clarinet Ensemble, Band A, Automobile Club.
Weingar-ten, Lilyan-Hall Patrol, History-Movie
Club, Business Service Guild.
Weisman, Sidney-Lunch Patrol, Science Club,
Lettering Club, History Club, Intra-mural Cham-
pionship Team IOA.
Weiss, Sidney-Orchestra A, All City Orchestra.
Welshhans, Virginia-Lunch Patrol.
Wentz, Regina--Business Service Guild.
Wilkinson, Gertrude-Song Committee, Senior
Chorus, Girls' Chorale, French Club, Story Tel-
Willem, Joseph G.-Lunch Patrol, Jr. Mechanics
Football Squad '33,
Club, Short Wave Club,
Champion Intra-mural Track Team '34,
Wills, Joseph-Geometrical Designs Club, Intra-
mural Mushball '34,
Wilson, Grace Marie-Journal Committee, Vice-
President of Class, Foreword Reporter, Library
Club, French Club, Sigma Iota Club, Girls Re-
serves Club, Home Economics Club, Hockey '34,
Wilson, jack-Golf Team '32, '33, Green Key,
President ot Report Room, Hall Patrol, Current
Witt, Elsie-Literary Club, Travel Club, Rifle
Club '34, '35, Business Service Guild, Vol-
leyball Team '34, '35, Mushball '34, '35,
Wolfe, Marjorie-History-Movie Club, Electric
Club for Girls, Scrap Book Club, Special Art
Club, Voice C and B.
Woodfill, Harry O.-President of Report Room.
Woozley, Louise-Flower Committee, Story Tel-
ling Club, Puzzle Club President, French Club.
Wynn, Myrtle-Girl Reserves, Junior Art Club,
Hall Patrol, Volleyball '33, '35, Swimming, Mush-
Yalch, Matthew-Soccer Team, Latin Club.
Zatkovich, Gregory-Fencing Team, Class Play.
Zwerling, Bernice G.-Sewing Club, Literary
Club, Tennis '33,
Jones, Alma Hazel-Class Play, A Choral Group,
Girl Reserve Club, Junior Chorus, Lunch Patrol,
Janes, Helen-Current Events Club, Girl Re-
serves, History Movie Club, Mushball Team, Vol-
Kalish, Ieanne F.-Lunch Patrol, Ring Com-
mittee, Foreword Staff, Sports Editor for Girls,
Secretary Junior Art Club, Home Economics, Spe-
cial Art, Library Club, History-Movie Club, Man-
ager Volleyball '33, Senior Leaders' Club '33, '34,
Kaplan, Edward L.-Volleyball Championship of
School '34, Captain of Basketball Team '34, '35,
Volleyball Team '32, Jr. Basketball Team '31,
Karoly, Bernhart J.-Secretary-Treasurer 12-B
Class '33, '34, Stamp Club, Current Events Cluib,
Katz, Joe-Lunch Patrol , Radio Club, Chess
Kauffman, Edna G.-iHistory Movie Club, Home
Kuedl, Eleanor L.-Drama Club, History Club,
Volleyball '35, Tennis '33, '34, '35.
Kennedy, Betty-Advertising Club, History Club.
Kern, Eleanor-Penmanship Club.
Kerns, Jack W.-Boys' Cooking Club, Current
Events Club, Football '33,
Kerr. Grace V.-Literary Club, History Club,
Dr. Earhart's Chorus, Girls' Chorale, Biology
Club, Library Club, Lunch Patrol.
Kiefer, Dean-Hall Patrol, Door Patrol, Short
King, Vinginia Mae-Door Patrol, Treasurm- in
Report Room, Dramatic Club, Group A Chorus,
Koeiker, Betty-Student Council.
Korchak, john-Inter-Class Volleyball Champions
Kornluiuser, Robert L.-Student Council, Hall
Patrol, Dramatic Club,
German Club, Manager
Current Events Club,
Swimming Team '32,
Koyton, Josephine-Red Cross Club, Dramatic
Kramer, George F.-Cheer Committee, History
Club, Jr. Basketball '31, Gym Team '30', '31,
Kurtz, Sarrae--Basketball '32, Tennis '32.
Langie, Helena-Orchestra, Voice.
Lebovwitz, Jerome-Journal Staff, Door Patrol.
Lebowitz, Yolanda-1Picture Committee, Hall Pa-
ff01S .ll1Hi0I' Leaders, Junior Student Council,
Senior Girls' Leaders, Basketball '32, '34, Volley
ball '32, u'33, '35, Hockey '34, Assistant Business
Manager Class Play.
I Lehman, Milton G., Jr.-Foreword Staff, Read-
ing Club, Debate Club, Players' Guild, Sigma
Levin, Jack-President Senior and Junior Coun-
cil, Secretary of Class, Journal Staff Business
Manager, Business Manager of Class Play, Busi-
ness Manager of Foreword, Reporter for Pittsburgh
Post-Gazette, Pittsburgh High School Student As-
Levin, Morris-History Movie Club, Dramatic
Club, Swimming Team '33, '35.
Levison, Leonard Spencer-Foreword Staff Sports
Editor, Managing Editor, journal Staff, Players
Guild President, Debating Society, Class Play,
Radio Program, Motor Club, National Scholastic
Literary Award, Home Room President.
Lewin, Freda-History Club, Journal Staff.
Lichtenstein, Daniel K.-Journal Committee, Stu-
dent Council, Hall Patrol, Manager of Field Day
Events '34, Advertising Club, Mathematics Club,
Lifsher, Sidney Lee--History Club, Chess Club.
Lipchak, Mary-Red Cross Club, Penmanship
Club, Business Service Guild.
Lowenthal, Morton-Hall Patrol, Current Events
Club, Sports Club, Intramural Champions '33,
Lucchino, Dominic-Auditorium Committee, Stu-
dent Council, Intra-mural Champion Team '31, '32,
Ludin, Gladys Geraldine-iCurrent Events Club,
Special Arts Club, French Club, History Movie
Club, Electric Club for Girls, Swimming Team
Lyle, Betty Iane-Scrapbook Club, Knitting
Club, Tennis '34, '35, Picture Committee.
Lyttle, Doris-Scrapbook Club, History Club,
Home Economics Club.
Maclachlanh Philip Sill-Hall Patrol, Latin
Club, German Club, Biology Club.
Maizlech, Roberta-Journal Staff, Door Patrol:
Stage Make-Up Club, Home Economics Club,
Junior Leaders' Club '32 , Senior Leaders'
Club '33, '34, '35, Basketball '31, '32, '33, '34,
Volleyball '32, '33, '34, '35, Tennis '33, Hockey
Mallinger, Adeline-History Club, Stage Make-
Maloney, Regina-1History Club, Tennis '33.
Marbaker, Ethel-Aviation Club, Latin Club,
Life Saving Club, History Movie Club, Swimming
Team, Leaders' Club, Vice-President of Report
Class, President of Report Class.
Marcuson, Charlotte 'Ihalma-Puzzle Club, Ninth
Grade Dramatic Club, Home Economics Club.
Marguglio, Pete-Hall Patrol, Senior A Band,
Senior A Band Librarian, Current Events Club,
Senior Basketball Student Manager '34, '35, Senior
Track Student Manager '35.
Mlarkey, Stanley-Stamp Club, Foreword Staff
fEd1tor-in-Chiefl 3 German Club , Vigilance Com-
mittee, Senior B Band, Picture Committee.
Marks, 'Malcolm J.-Lunch Patrol, Astronomy
Club, Senior Band, Volleyball Team, Property man
for Class Play.
Marrone, Gaspezine--Sports '34.
Martin, Grace Thelma-Voice B, Voice A, In-
Matuszeski, Theodore R.--Song Committee
CChairmanJ, Student Council Representative, Ad-
vertising Club, Octette Male Chorus, Allderdice
Track Tmm '34, Champion Interclassv Team '34,
Matvey, Stephen--Hall Patrol, Stage Crew,
Lunch Patrol, Sports Club, Cooking Club, Fool-
ball Squad '32, '33, '34, Captain ot '34 Squad,
Intramural Musliball Champs '33, '34.
Maulsby, Helen-Foreword, French Conversation,
Basketball, Volleyball, Hall Patrol, Tennis.
McClean, Margaret Paisley-Red Cross, Me-
chanical Drawing Club, Swimming '33,
Team '33, Basketball '34, Volleyball '34.
McClure, Nora-Chairman of Color, Motto, Cheer
Committee, Student Council, Foreword Staff, Class
Play, Secretary of Home Room, Tuesday After-
noon Club, History Movie Club, History
Senior Debate Club, Leaders' Club.
McClure, Thomas J.-Journal Staff, Hall Patrol,
Lunch Patrol, Student Council, President of Class,
Hi-Y Club, History Club, Champion Interclass
Track Team '34, '35, Vigilance Committee.
McCormick, Edith Florence-Student Council
Representative, Door Patrol, Shakespeare Club,
Junior Art Club, All City Chorus, Chorus A,
Volleyball '33, '34, '35, Hockey '34, '35, Mushball
'34, Tennis '33, '34, '35.
McDermott, Regina M.-French Club, Hockey
'34, Volleyball '35.
McElroy, Robert--Hall Patrol, Lunch Patrol,
Motor Club, Secretary Junior Mechanics Club,
Alex. Graham Bell Club, History-Movie Club,
Biology Club, Soccer '30, Intra-mural Champ '32.
McFeaters, Elizabeth-Puzzle Club, Story Telling
McGaughey, Annabelle-'fAdvertising Club, His-
tory Club, Knitting Club.
McIntyre, Betty-Red Cross Club, Business Ser-
Mefth, Melvin-A Band, Short VVave Club.
Mettenbergler, Harry Charles-Assistant Student
Council, Mechanical Drawing Club.
Meyers, Margaret-Mechanical Drawing Club,
Svwimaning Team '33, Basketball '34, Hockey '34,
Mushball '33, Volleyball '35.
Meyers, Paul E.-Championship Track Team,
lnterclass '34, '35.
Michael, Cliftford-Sports Club, Stamp Club,
Life Saving Club, Swimming Team '31, '32, '33,
'34, Cross Country '33, '34.
Middleman, Harvey-Hall Patrol, Short Wave
Club, B Band.
Miller, Jack K.-Short Wave Club, Captain of
Junior Swimming '32, Senior Swimming Team '33,
Minster, Maxine Hannah-Jr. Dramatic Club.
Mitchell, Robert-Picture Committee, Hall Pa-
trol, Hi-Y Club.
Molitoris, Anne Margaret-Dramatic Art Club,
Public Speaking Club, Junior Chorus.
Montgomery, Jack-12B Class President, 12A
Class Vice-President, Geometric Designs, Chess
Club, Rifle Club, Lettering Club.
Moore, Paul Richard-Locker Patrol, Volleyball
Chamrpions '34, Football '33, '34.
Moorhead, Ellen R.-1Ring Committee, Class
Play, Players' Guild, Puzzle Club, History-Movie
Morton, Sam-Current Events Club, Band A.
Moses, Alta Ruth-Student Council, Foreword
Staff, Junior Art Club, Special Art Club, Junior
Chorus, Traffic Essay Wfinner.
Mullee, Mary Jo-Advertising Club, Special Art
'33, Marionette Club, Special Art '34, Hall Pa-
Myers, Hazel-Needlework Club, Pantomime
Club, History-Movie Club.
Myers, Howard L.-Lunch Patrol, History Club,
Nagin, Annette-Inventors' Club, History Club,
Tennis '32, '35, Hockey '34, Volleyball '35,
Neaman, Reva-Foreword Representative, Lead-
ers' Club-, Tuesday Afternoon Club, Swimming
Manager '34, Basketball '32, '33, '34, '35, Hockey
'35, Tennis '32, '33, '34, '35, Volleyball '32, '33,
'34, Track '31, '32.
Needelman, Rebecca S.-Business Organization
Guild, Make-Up Club.
0'Brien, Harry-Male Chorus, Secretary CReport
Oestreicher, Gerald S.-Progressive Art Club,
Motor Club, Stamp Club, Sports Club, Orchestra
B, Band A, Volleyball '34, '35, Lunch Patrol,
Olds, David McNeil-Journal Committee, Student
Council, Door Patrol, Lunch Patrol, Hi-Y, Senicr
Debate Club, History Movie Club, Slide Rule
Club, Orchestra A, Band A.
Ories, Selma-,Secretary CReport Roomli Journal
Staff, Home Economics Club, Volleyball '33, '34,
'35, Basketball Manager '32, Swimming Team '3-1.
Orr, Lawrence E., Jr.-Foreword Reporter, Short
Osborne, Bette--Voice B.
Pasekoff, Herbert-Door Patrol, Current Events
Club, Junior Mechanics Club.
Pastor, William A.-Cross Country Team '34.
Paulus, Wm. J.-41-Iall Patrol, Current Events
Club, Rifle Club, Stage Crew, Champion Intra-
Pavflinac, Margaret-Girl Reserves, Red Cross
Pearlstein, Reeva-Shakespeare Club, French
Conversation Club, Le Cercle, Francais.
Pratt, Alvin A.-Orchestra A, Inter-mural Cham-
pion Team '35,
Profeta, Rose-Advertising Club, Business Ser-
Purte-ll, Ruth-Business Service Guild, Red Cross
Club, Social Committee.
Raffaele, Dora L.-Reading Club, Stage Make-Up
Club, Hall Patrol, Current Events Club, History
Raisig, George Ralston-Hall Patrol, Intra-mural
Basketball '34, '35.
Rapport, M-efyer S.-Hall Patrol, Stamp Club,
History Movie Club.
Reed, Foster-Motto, Song and Cheer Committee,
Volleyball '31, Swimn1.ing '32, '33, '34, Soccer
Reich, Jay S.--Ring Committee.,
Stamp Club, Sigma Iota, B Band, Vigilance Corn-
Rice, Beatrice-Mechanics Club, French Club,
Sigma Iota, Tennis '32, '33, '34,
'32, Volleyball '32, '33, '35,
'35 , Basketball
Rittman, Louise-Social Committee, Class Play,
Senior Leaders, Orchestra A, Swimming '34,
Ritz, Isabel M.-Red Cross Club, Stage Make-
Up Club, History Movie Club.
Robbins, Esther Leah-Library Club, Lunch Pa-
trol, History Movie Club, Journal Staff.
Robbins, Rosa,lieHall Patrol, History Movie
Club, Knitting Club, Swimming '32, '33, Basket-
ball '32, '33, '34, '35, Volleyball '33, Tennis '34,
Rodgers, Charles D.-Biology Club, Band A,
Rosenblatt, Harry-Radio and Short-Wave Club,
Sigma Iota Club, Intra-mural Competition '31, '32,
Rosenfield, Betty-Journal Staff, Editor-in-Chief,
Student Council, Players' Guilrl, Senior Debating
Society, Hall Patrol, Senior and Junior Leaders
Clubs, Swimming '32, '34, Basketball '32, '34,
Volleyball '32, '33, '34, '35, Tennis '32, '33, '34,
Ross, Russell-Current Events Club, Orchestra
A, Orchestra B,
Rost, Leah-Senior Leaders' Club, Basketball,
Swimming, Tennis, Hockey, Volleyball, Art Club,
Junior Advertising Club,
Rotah, Bertram-Color, Cheer, Motto Committee,
Hall Patrol, Stamp Club, Junior Mechanics Club,
Band, Gym Team '32,
Rothschild, Jean-Foreword Reporter, French
Club, Story Telling Club, Basketball.
Rubenstein, Erwin B.-Motor Club.
Rusch, Irene-Business Service Guild.
Sachnoff, Martin R,-Journal Com,mittee, Hall
Patrol '35, Stamp Club, Astronomy Club, Short
Wave Club, Junior Chorus, Special Boys' Chorus,
Sachs, Arthur Leon-Foreword Representative.
Sakal, Bertha-Story Telling Club, Business
Service Guild, Volleyball '34, '35, Mushball '34,
Schmidt, Henry E.-Business Service Guild.
Schneider, Jack Worgan-Lunch Patrol '34, '35.
Scholler, Jean-Red Cross, Slide Rule, Story
Telling, Orchestra B, Junior Chorus, Volleyball
Schulz, Clarence H,-Lunch Patrol, Hall Patrol,
Class Vice-President 12B, Chess Club, Hi-Y Club,
Senior Basketball Manager '35,
Schutzman, Amold I.-Dramatic Club,
Schwamberger, Margaret-Cheer, Motto and Color
Committee, Girl Reserves, History Club, Volleyball.
Schwartz, Sylvia Charlotte-Class Play, Stage
Make-Up Club,, Junior Dramatic Club, Aviation
Club, Current Events Club.
Seltzer, Matthew-Picture Committee, Lunch
Patrol, Junior Reading Club, Sigma Iota, Senior
Orchestra, All-City Orchestra, Vigilance Com-
Shenkan, Leonard-Band A.
Silverman, Eleanor-Advertising Club,
Simon, Esther S.--Red Cross Club, Home Eco-
nomics Club, Volleyball '31, Basketball '32,
Simon, Harvey-Puzzle Club, Sports Club, Ten-
nis '32. ,
Simons, Selma Rea-Home Economics
History Club, Puzzle Club, Inventors' Club, Vol-
leyball '35, Tennis '32, '35,
Sklar, Wilford-Lunch, Hall Patrol, Sports Club,
Smith, Don Gale-Foreword Reporter, Intra-
mural Gym Team.
Smith, Helen Rosella-Business Service Guild ,
Smith, james E.-Vice-President of Report Room.
Smith, Lester-Journal Staff, Lunch Patrol, Class
President, Green Key, Stamp Club, Boys'
Smith, Ruth N.-Foreword Class Reporter, Girls'
Leaders, Hockey, Basketball, Volleyball.
Smith, WilliarneVice-President of Senior
Hall Patrol, Green Key President, Hi-Y President,
Snyder, Norton Paul-Vice-President Boys' Cook-
Spandau, Jerry-Players' Guild, Chemistry Club,
Student Council, Hall Patrol, Lunch Patrol, Junior
Chorus, Pantomime Club, Special Latin Class,
Junior Art Club.
Spann, Elinore Aronson-Lunch Patrol, History
Movie Club, Junior Literary Guild, Sigma Iota.
Stefanik, Dorothy Bernadette-Latin Club, His-
tory Club, Volleyball '31, '32, '33, '34, Basketball
'31, '32, '33, '34., Swimming Team '32, Hockey
'34, Track Team.
Stein, Frances-eHall Patrol, Lunch Patrol,
Senior Class Play, Radio Program, Book Reading
Club, History-Movie Club, Allderdice Senior De-
Stein, Janet-Chorus, Senior Orchestra.
Stern, Morton-Foreword Staff: Ring Committee:
Student Council Representative: Sport Club: Track
Team '34: Champion Interclass Track Team '34, '35,
Stewart, Edith-Journal Staff: Class Play: Vice-
President Literary Club: Shakespeare Club: Dra-
matics: Red Cross: Stage Make-Up: Home Econo-
Straub, Graham-Hall Patrol: Hobby Club: His-
tory Club: Door Patrol.
Swetland, Grace M.-Business Service Guild:
Penmanship Club: Basketball '34: Business Service
Takacs, Vilma E.--Foreword Class Reporter:
Secretary and Treasurer of Home Room: History
Movie Club: Hockey: Basketball.
Task, RebeccafVollcyball Manager '35,
Teitelbaum, Dorothy-Basketball '35: Hall Patrol.
Thomas, Grace M.-Red Cross Club: Chess Club:
Astronomy Club: Band A-B: Orchestra B: Musli-
Toner, Catherine Louise-Business Service Guild:
Rifle Club : Penmanship Club : Foreword
Staff Typist: Junior Art Club: Vice-President of
Toth, Helen Ruth-Mechanical Drawing Club:
Volleyball: Basketball: Tennis: Hockey: Mushball.
Troxell, Emily Rose.-Hockey '34: Basketball
'3S: Volleyball '35,
Tunney, john Lawrence-President of 266: Fenc-
ing Club: Cross-Country Team '33.
Turner, Anne Margaret-French Club: Girls'
Tytke, Louis4+Student Council: Lunch Patrol:
German Club: Travel Club: Orchestra A: All City
Orchestra: Cooking Club: Handwriting Club.
Venger, Mary Jane-Orchestra: Inventors' Club:
History-Movie Club: Volleyball '35.
Vogan, Doris-Class Vice-President of 359: Hall
Patrol: Picture Committee: Class Play: Volleyball
'3Z: Tennis '32, '33.
Wachtel, Jacques-Journal Staff : Senior Orches-
tra: Sigma Iota: Chess Club: Modern Inventors'
Club: Hall Patrol: Vigilance Committee.
Walsh, Howard-Marionette Club: Football Team
'33, '34, -
Wasserman, Milton Morton-Voice B: Voice A:
Male Chorus: Stamp Club: Sports Club: Chess
Club: Hall Patrol: Intra-mural Champs: Volley-
ball '34: Basketball '33.
Weaver, Ruth-Biology Club: Mushball '34:
Weil, Jacqueline-Journal Staff: Class Play:
Vice-President of Home Room: Players' Guild:
Weiland, Lynn Alton-Junior Players' Guild:
Cheer Leader: Hall Patrol: Business Service Guild:
Weinberger, Harold B.-Travel Club: Inventors'
Club: Rock and Mineral Club: Story Telling Club:
Clarinet Ensemble: Band A: Automobile Club.
Weingarten, Lilyan-Hall Patrol: History-Movie
Club: Business Service Guild.
Weisman, Sidney--Lunch Patrol: Science Club:
Lettering Club: History Club: Intra-mural Cham-
pionship Team IGA.
Weiss, Sidney-Orchestra A: All City Orchestra.
Welshhans, Virginia-Lunch Patrol.
Wentz, Regina--Business Service Guild.
Wilkinson, Gertrude-Song Committee: Senior
Chorus: Girls' Chorale: French Club: Story Tel-
Willem, Joseph G.-Lunch Patrol: Jr. Mechanics
Club: Short Wave Club: Football Squad '33:
Champion Intra-mural Track Team '34,
Wills, Joseph-Geometrical Designs Club: Intra-
mural Mushball '34,
Wilson, Grace Marie-Joumal Committee: Vice-
President of Class: Foreword Reporter: Library
Club: French Club: Sigma Iota Club: Girls Re-
serves Club: Home Economics Club: Hockey '34.
Wilson, Jack--Golf Team '32, '33: Green Key:
President of Report Room: Hall Patrol: Current
Witt, Elsie-Literary Club: Travel Club: Rifle
Club '34, '35: Business S'ervice Guild: Vol-
leyball Team '34, '35: Mushball '34, '35.
Wolfe, Marjorie-History-Movie Club: Electric
Club for Girls: Scrap Book Club: Special Art
Club: Voice C and B.
Woodfill, Harry O.-President of Report Room.
Woozley, Louise-Flower Committee: Story Tel-
ling Club: Puzzle Club President: French Club.
Wynn, Myrtle-Girl Reserves: Junior Art Club:
Hall Patrol: Volleyball '33, '35: Swimming: Musli-
Yalch, Matthew-Soccer Team: Latin Club.
Zatkcvich, Gregory-Fencing Team: Class Play.
Zwerling, Bernice G.-Sewing Club: Literary
Club: Tennis '33.
Senior Class Room Officers
RO'O'M 463 Mr. Wilson-Sponsor
President ....................,....... Robert Donahue
Vice President ................ Jack Montgomery
Secretary-Treasurer ...... Dominic Luccino
Student Council .................... Grace Wilson
Foreword Rep ........ ........ G race Wilson
ROOM 359 Miss Todd-Sponsor
President ..........................,. Bernard Halpern
Vice President .......................,.. Doris Vogan
Secretary-Treasurer ................ Selma Ories
President .................................... jack Wilson
Vice President, .... ....................... . .Joe Figola
Student Council .......................... J ames Gray
Vice President .......
Student Council, ......,.............. Evelyn Hood
Foreword Rep .......
R OOIM 356
President .................................. Lea Goldstein
Vice President ........ ....... E dith Stewart
Student Council ......... ......... B etty Adams
Foreword Rep ........
ROOM 256 Miss ,Evans-Sponsor
President ..,................................. John Tunney
Vice President ........................ James Smith
Sec.-Treas ................ Anna Louise Enzian
Student Council ........... ,Edith McCormick
Foreword Rep .........
Vice President ........
Student Council ...,..... . ....... Morton Stern
Foreword Rep .........
RO'O1M 258 Miss Welsh-Sponsor
Vice President .................. Jacqueline Weil
Student Council ...........,.............. jack Levin
Foreword Rep .........
ROOM 154 Miss Mitchell-Sponsor
P1 esident .............................. Harry Woodfill
Vice President ......,..
Sec.-Treas ..,............................. Vilma Tekacs
Student Council .................... Betty Koelker
Foreword Rep ,........
Vol I Established Sunday June 14, 1945
Esmon and Gluck Rivals for the
lt is rumored that either Milton
Esmon or Edwin Gluck will be the
proud possessor of the Nobel Prize
this year. Esmr,-n's book on "Why
I Am a. Socialist" is said to be one
of the finest literary productions of
the age. G1uck's "A Fool Is Born
Every Day" has also taken the
country by storm.
Expedition in Egypt Ends in
Dean Kiefer, Harvey Middleman
and Morton Lowenthal, all eminent
archeologists, sailed last Saturday
for Egypt to open and explore the
pyramid containing the body and
possessions of King Tut. However,
it seems they were several days too
late, for upon arriving at their des-
tination they found othcr scientists
puttering -about the ruins with tro-
wels. Introductions revealed the
"early worms" to be no lesser per-
sonages than Lester Smith, Jack
Levin and Robert Mitchell. The
expedition resulted in a grand rc-
union since all concerned were
schoolmates, having graduated from
Taylor Allderdice in '35, Thus
"All's well that ends well" tutl tut!
Science Triumphs Again
Eminent astro-photographer com-
pletes startling invention.
Pittsburgh, June 14.
Leonard Shenkan, secretary to
Jacques Wachtel, announced today
the completion of Mr. Wachtel's
machine which is capable of photo-
graphing the country and inhabitants
of Mars. Critic Jay Reich claims it
to be the greatest discovery of the
Stage and Screen
"Gloriiied Schooldaysu, Broad-
way's latest hit, was held over for
another month. The critics say that
the acting of Elizabeth McFeaters
and Clifford Mitchell, stars of this
popular production, is superb.
Mary Jane Eigenrauch, star of
"Glamorous," is sailing for Europe
on the steamship Empress. Ac-
companying her will be Ruth Hop-
kins and Lofuise Elkin who are
scheduled to open in the new French
production, "La Jolie."
Katherine Cornell has stepped in-
to the background since the debut
of Frances Stein, talented actress,
who will next appear in the produc-
tion "Carl" written by that cele-
brated playwright Janet Stein and
capably directed by Dorothy Nird-
Legula Harwood has been riding
on the wave of success since her
violin solo, presented last night at
Carnegie Music Hall. The critics
praised it very highly.
Who is that popular young ma-
tinee idol who keeps the women
waiting at the stage entrance? . .
Charles Henning is making a per-
sonal appearance at the Penn this
week. Line forms to the right,
Creators of Styles Hold Show
Mesdames Jean Rothchild and
Jacqueline Weil displayed to fashion-
able society, last night at the Wil-
liam Penn Hotel, their latest crea-
tions from Paris. Among the
guests seen were, Mr. and Mrs.
Knee Sylvia Swartzl Pete Margu-
glio and post debs Mercey Braff
and June Descamps, accompanied
by those lions of society, Harry
O'Brien and Lloyd Kramer.
Louise Wloozley, Virginia Wel-
shans, Gertrude Wilkenson and Rose
Ali, all prominent society women,
are to be presented at court this
New Record Set
Cal. June 14h-Foster Reed and
Robert Mitchell, daredevil aviators,
flew yesterday in their ship "Blue-
streak" from London to New York
in six hours, fifteen minutes, thus,
setting a new world's record in
Smith Will Run for Governor
New York, June 14-It was an-
nounced today that Mayor William
Smith will be a candidate in the
next election for the office of
Herve and There
Dr. Armond Fontaina was ap-
pointed head of the Falk Clinic at
a meeting of the prominent physi-
cians of the city.
George "Pendarvis" Kramer and
his well known Hill Billies are ex
pected here soon. He just com-
pleted a season in London.
Stanley Markey, noted journalist,
was elected editor-in-chief today of
the New York Daily Bla.
Words of Wisdom
CConsisting of a bit of Chitter-Chatter emanating from Room 4633
Helen Elinoff-"Whoops, my deah!"
Milton Lehman-"Tell me all about it gwwhatever it is I'm again' it."
Sidney VVeiss-"Little man, what now?"
Jeanne Kalish-"Lookie, here comes cookie."
Janet Hyndman-"Anchors Avveigh! My program's full!"
George Chakurda-"You carry the ballg Iill stay back here."
Alvin Pratt-"How'do, Gals."
.lack Montgomery-J'Naw! I bet you're kidding."
Clarence Schulz--"I haven't any time."
Richard Frankel-"Ahem,-unaccustomed as I am to public speaking."
Bernhard Karoly--"It's the principle of the thing."
Leonard Levison-The playboy of 463.-"So I said to Mr. Roosevelt."
Margaret McClean-"He must be tall, clark, and handsome."
Robert Donahue-"Who has his English done?"
Arthur Isaacs-"What's the difference, as long as you'rc healthy?"
Bertha Crews-"You may call it madness,-"
Novella Crawford-"Yeah, man !"
Mike De Fazeo-"Hey! How about that pension ?"
john Fisher-"Bottom's up!"
.lean Scholler-"Open, sez me!"
Wilfred Sklar-"Remind me to put T. N. T. in your coffee."
Grace Wilson-"What price glory?"
Kenneth H'od.kinson-"Who, Crosby ?-Why he's small fry!!"
Winifred Brown-"Oh, Graham, thisyll kill you!"
Russel Ross-"Tut-tut, dear man !-Punctuality, that's it."
Julius Toth-"Nuts to you!"
Elizalbeth Miclntyre-A life's dream pounded out on the typewriter.
Louise Tytke-"Where's that tiger?!!"
Marjorie Gloekner-"When the moon comes over the mountain!!!"
Josephine Koyton-"A little of this, and a little of that."
Paul Huichko-"Let me tell you!"
Grace Thomas-"A birdie told me."
Carl Carlson--"It's just gift, that's all."
Sidney W'eisman-"Look how the five year plan is working in Russia
Dominic Lucchino-"I would have played that shot this way."
VVilliam Pastor-'Tm a natural l"
George French-"'Who me?"
Geraldine Hayes-Madame "X"
Martin SachnoffQThe King of Blah! "All together boys-'phfh!?!? !' "
CD0 You Remember
Miriam Beeson's athletic achievements?
Dorothy Bennetts expressive eyes?
Joel Bennett's suavity?
Carl Boltzls inexhaustible candy sup-ply?
Anna Borsh's giggles?
Antonette Civitate's high pitched screams?
Edna Daniel's watch gazing?
Dorothy Denmarshls sweaters and skirts?
Tessie Dolatowski-our red-headed court stenographer?
Tulie Englishys engaging smile?
Ioseph Figola's numerous escapades?
Mildred Flanick's studious efforts?
Betty Gallls earnestness?
Marianne Gerberls gliding walk?
James Grayis flag salute?
Michael Guerciopthe class romeo?
VVilliam Howley's happy-go-lucky manner?
Helen Hymanls German troubles?
joe Katzis popularity with Miss Tait?
Grace Kerr's operatic ambitions?
Jerome Lebowitzis haste to do his nightwork?
Sidney Lifsher's haste in getting the bulletins?
Mary L'ipchak's shyness?
Adeline Mallinger's soothing voice?
Maxine Minster's continual tardiness?
Arthur Molan's slaying of girls?
Betty Osbornels pencil sharpening?
Rose l'rofeta's sweet smile?
Ruth l?urtell's gum chewing?
Irene Rusch's quiet manners?
Arthur Sachs--Jimmy Gray's stooge?
Bertha Sakal's marble hair?
Naomi Snyderis angelic countenance?
Norton Snyder--the girls' delight?
Grace Swetland's willingness to work?
Rebecca Task's managerial activities?
Ruth Weaver's hair cut?
Lynn Weilancl's infectious humor?
.lack Wilsonvoilr golfing champ?
Matthew Yalchls harmonica playing?
joseph Wills-tlie man without a country?
i-l-lLife Begins at 8:30 17-l-T
Time-any day but Saturday or Sunday: any month but July or August.
Place-Taylor Allderdice High School.
Scene-Third floor annex. Corridor deserted except for a clock indicating
the time-8:20. The stillness is broken by the patter of light footfalls as the petite
ruler of 356 trips slowly down the hall. She inserts the key in the lock, and swings
the door open, meanwhile drawing the blind to insure privacy against the hordes of
two-legged pests who will swarm the halls. A quick glance around the airy, sunny
room, and she daintily seats herself, preparing for a pleasant ten minutes of quiet
contemplation. At the sound of the 8:25 bell, she starts, frowns at her watch and
steels herself for theordeal which is to follow, for 8:30 is the dreaded start of
At this moment, Laura Dancoff saunters in, requesting errands to run. As
she dashes out with a handful of pink slips, she collides with Maurice Goldberg,
who is closely followed by Louis Mertz, Jack Schneider, Madelyn Sigmond and the
inseparable pair, jack Cornelius and James Hemming, all intent on a bit of last
minute study. The first to interfere with peace and quiet is Sarrae Kurtz, who
flings open the door and rushes in loudly bewailing the loss of one corner of a
ten-inch finger nail. In the next moment, practically all the light is obliterated
from the front of the room by a clamoring crowd of newly-arrived students sur-
rounding Miss Ruppls desk. She is at length able to detect the gentle voice of
Ruth Fearon humbly requesting a sheet of paper, the stalwart tones of Meyer
Rapport loudly demanding Shaefferls ink, instead of that already in the inkwell, and
the laughing voice of julia Findl and Ellen Moorhead discussing the previous nightls
class play rehearsal. VVhen at the warning sound of the 8:40 bell Miss Rupp has
ordered the crowd to disperse, she is able to see that Esther Simon, Margaret
Schwanrberger, and Regina McDermott are exchanging opinions on the institution
of the Student Court. A second before the bell, as the absence list is being made
out, Charlotte Marcuson dashes to her seat with hat, coat, and gloves. VVhile the
late signal is sounding, Edith Stewart opens the door, shouts "I'm here l" and runs
off again. One minute afterward, Regina Maloney arrives with her usual alibi,
"But oh, Miss Rupp, the bell just rang." When Robert Jacobs reluctantly consents
to close his books, Bible reading is begun. This is followed by the flag salutation
which is delayed until Harold Sutch, Arnold Schutzman, and Harold Weinberger
are prevailed upon to rise and join the others. The signal bringing this period of
aggravation to a close, evokes a deep sigh of relief as the curtain falls on Act l.
Scene--Activity Period in 356, the same day.
The scene opens with the ringing of the late bell. Betty Adams is standing
before the desk, vainly trying to make her usual announcement heard above the
noise coming from the rear of the room where Morris Levin and Harry Rosen-
blatt are indulging in a never-ending argument. By the time Betty does gain every-
one's attention, and is relating the amount of silverware stolen from the cafeteria,
Rose Gold enters and causes an uproar by displaying her bottle of Rem and spoon
as reason for her late arrival. Wlien order is restored and the announcement com-
pleted, Elizabeth Andre, Arbutus Coughenour, and Rose Airanyas turn to their
bookkeeping records and complete columns of expenditures and receipts. Steve
Ando employs his time by carefully constructing mechanical drawings with the
technique of a skilled craftsman, while Edith Cromwell and Alma Jones are en-
grossed in memorizing their lines for the third act of the class play. Miss Rupp
beams with pride as she observes these diligent-working cherubs, and then attempts
to make out a test for her sixth period class. VVhen she reaches question two, she
is distracted by a continuous pounding noise. She looks up to see Williani Broberg
roving around the room again and forgetting to return his size 122 D's softly to
the floor. No ,sooner is he settled in his chair than an incessant chattering can be
distinguished above the general hubbub. While describing the lines of her new
evening gown, Serene Alter is knitting the last sleeve of a red wool dressy mean-
while Fannie Herman is trying to sell her a raffle ticket from the -l--
Club. The exasperated Miss Rupp determines to postpone the history test and de-
vote herself to lessening the noise in 356. She quiets these latest female disturbers
with a threat of Sth period punishment, and, in the same breath, sternly commands
Philip Wohlfarth to keep all four legs of his chair on the floor. Ah, silence at last,
but no-Betty Rosenfield suddenly breaks forth into a dramatic stage whisper di-
rected across the room to Lea Goldstein, who answers her question about the Hal-
leck test in an equally voluminous voice. A black look from Miss Rupp in their
direction is enough to silence these girls. By the close of this period, Miss Rupp
has become so distraught that one word from George Hodgd-on cau.ses her to change
his'seat permanently to the chair beside her desk. The class slyly voices its sus-
pect that not only George's conduct, but his good looks, have prompted this move.
The bell announces the close of activity and again Miss Rupp welcomes the respite
with a deep sigh. The curtain falls on the second act.
Scene-Same as Afct II.
Miss Rupp is seated at her desk contentedly munching her favorite chocolate
wafers. She seems to think that the day's worries from her report class are over.
and is then unpleasantly surprised when Milton Denmark ambles into the room
carrying a baby doll. She reprimands him for the silliness of his appearance, which
scolding causes him to retire with head hung. Climaxing the day, Miriam Freed
enters to continue the Seventeenth Chapter in the story f ?j called Miriam Freed vs.
.Miss Rupp. The subsequent conversation is not to be disclosed, although its nature
can easily be imagined by the determined air with which Miss Rupp rises a-t the
3:45 gong. Again she inserts the key in the door, but somehow as she locks it, her
attitude changes. She becomes once more the light-hearted, petite charmer as she
trips daintily toward the office. Her one thought now is to enjoy life until 8:30
the next morning.
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il- 014. Penthouse Reunion --
HIS penthouse is certainly crowded. The graduates of 1935 surely Illclal
have taken this reunion to their hearts. Ten years havenyt changed their
feelings toward their former classmates.
DOROTHY DAVIS is a most charming hostess. Her penthouse is a
dream of perfection. The interior decorator, RUTH FIREMAN, arranged a
most delightful apartment.
STUART COLEMAN and his orchestra are providing the syncopating
rhythm. CHARLES FROELICH is -certainly giving those drums a beating.
I notice District Attorney MORRIS BLOCK conversing with attorneys
JULIUS CUTLER and JOSEPH CAPLAN.
There must be something of great interest in the corner. Senator ABE
ZATMAN is having a heated argument with DR. HAROLD KAPLAN. It's
probably about politics.
What is EVELYN HOOD up to now? Well, if she isn't collecting alumni
dues! She doesn't seem to be able to lose that -old hafbit of collecting money.
HELENA LANGIE and ROBERT BROVVN are discussing Helena's new
composition while she is playing it for him on the piano. He will probably
play an arrangement -of the song at his next concert.
SAM MORTON, SAM PARATORE and WALTER ROBERTS have
convinced ROBERT VANDIVORT that he should be the fourth of a quartet.
VVhat singing! Or should I say screeching! We at least have plenty of music.
The new Olympic rules seem to be troubling ALICE CROWLEY, champion
swimmer, and HELEN RUTH TOTH, only woman pole-vaulter to be entered
in the Olympics. Neither seems to approve of them.
ETHEL MARBAKER, the famous model, is discussing the latest styles
with SALLY DOBSON and MARY DALEY, who have just opened an ex-
clusive shop for fashionable ladies.
HELEN LEONA HARTLESS has just returned from China, where she
has been serving as a missionary. She is holding an interesting conversation with
CATHERINE TONER, who is serving as private secretary to WILLIS AN-
THONY, the financier. MILLIE HATGAN, who has become noted for her
creative hat designs, and who is known in Paris as Mlle. Millie Hatgan, is also
conversing with them.
LEONA BERNSTEIN, the prominent psychologist and child educator, is
quietly listening to ELEANOR SILVERMAN, who heads the advertising staff
of a lange department store.
LILYAN GIBSON, the distinguished artist, ELSIE WITT, who takes her
bookkeeping seriously, and GASPERINE MARRONNE, who teaches household
economics, are strolling through the apartment, stopping to examine odd furni-
ture and chatting with VVILLIAM CONRAD, who owns an antique shop.
SYLVIA STEIN, a successful sales woman, listens attentively to his explanation.
DOROTHY TEITELBAUM, one of the season's prettiest deibutantes,
OLIVER HURST, who recently retained the tennis chamipionship for the
United States, IRVING BERNSTEIN, a noted Hollywood movie director, and
LILLIAN VVEINGARTEN, the ardent social reformer, seem interested. VVhat
different ideas are being presented here!
VVENDELL WILLIAMS, who left his florist shop to attend the reunion,
ARTHUR GLAMSER, who still hopes to be mayor, and Captain CHARLES
HOFFMAN are interested in MYRTLE WYNN, who is doing t'he jig which
won her a trip to Ireland while she was stewardess on Captain Hoffman's ship
"The Lolly-Pop." I
The hum of an airplane brings every one out to the veranda. FREDA
LEWIN, the noted aviatrix, has written T. A. H. S. in smoke letters and has
made a perfect landing on the roof. A trifle late, perhaps, 'but she's in time to
sing "Auld Lang Syneu which brings the end of a perfect day.
What a glorious day it has been for everyone. Many thanks to those who
planned this happy reunion.
The Theatre Review
Graduation Get Together
Directed by Miss R. D. Hartz
Script: Vera Harkness, Thomas McClure
Stage Settings: Harry Mettenberger, Architect
Stage Crew: Charles Rodgers, Jack Kerns
Decorations: Margaret Heidish, Interior Decorator
Costumes: Eva Froelich
Master of Ceremonies: Lawrence E. Orr tThe Matinee Idolj
Larry-Hello, folks. This year our program is going to be different. All home
room talent. Before we begin the program, I want to announce that the
murals in the lobby of this magnificent theatre, were designed by that
famous artist Mildred Jane Emery. Our first number is a tap dance by
Margaret Pavlinac, and can this little girl make those tootsies go, and howl
C Peg appears, dances, applausej
Larry-Next we have a campaign speech by Thomas McClure, candidate for
Mayor. May I introduce our next Mayor, Thomas McClure.
T. Mc-Ladies and Gentlemen, I am very grateful for this opportunity to make
an appeal to you. All I have to say is vote for me for mayor. Ouch! Who
p threw that tomato? QMakes a hasty retreat.j
Larry-As a restful interlude we will now have a selection by Henry Hutchinson
and his Matchless Musicians, while our famous television star, Marjorie
Wolfe, presents an Adagio dance with her partner, Harold Broudy.
QMusicians play, partners dance, applausej
Larry-Thank you, Miss VVolfe QPsst! lVhat are you doing tonight?j
QMarjorie leaves disdainfullyb QCurtainj
Scene: School Room
Characters: Supervisor and several young men and women.
Sup.-Young ladies and gentlemen, this is our annual convention, as you all
know. First we are going to have an oral review of what you have been
teaching this last year. Esther Greenstein, how mu-ch are ten, eight, and
Esther-Eleven, supervisor. j H
Sup.--Corre-ct, you have an intellect equal to l2instein's. Vera Harkness, what
is wrong with this sentence, "Them boys was beautiful?"
Vera--It should be, 'AThem girls was beautiful." Boys are handsome, not
beautiful. fSome of them.j
Sup.--Excellent. James Bassett, what is the formula for baking powder?
james-HZSO4, and 'by the way, Supe, just call me UL. Mf' fLadies Man.j No
need to be formal.
Sup.-Fine, that was a perfect lesson and I am very happy to say that the
schools in which you teach are very fortunate in being so favored.
Larry-The next Number will be that famous Classic "On the Road to Manda-
layl' sung by our popular baritone Theodore Matuszeski. Incid-entally Esther
Amsler is at the piano. QTed singsw-Applause and calls of "Encore."j
Ted-l'm terribly sorry, folks, but I must leave for Hollywood and my -plane
is ready. So long.
Larry-Have a good time! Next we have Miss Margaret Cooper, the famous
stage and screen star who will do a scene from her latest picture "I Want
to be Alone."
Peg-Hello folks, I want to be alone.
Larry-What! When I'm around?
Peg-It doesn't go that way.
Larry-just a little joke.
Peg-You can't make fun of me. I can't emote with you around anyway. 1,111
going. CShe leaves but sticks her head around the curtain againj P. S.
folks-this is just a scene. ,Bye, Larry.
I.arry--So long, Toots. Our next number is a concertino by that great concert
pianist, Marjorie Bandman. fPlays, applausej
Larry-Thanks, Marge. The next feature is a chorus number done by nurses
and doctors from the various hospitals. The chorus consists of Margaret
Meyers, Emanuel Caplan, Betty Kennedy, Richard Calloman, Eva F roelich,
and Robert Campbell. Maybe I'd better say a word about these people while
we're waiting. Bob seems to be having trouble with that black satin tie
of his. Tch! Tch! To think that the scientist who cornered the love bug
and isolated the spring fever virus can't tie his own tie. There that cute
- little nurse is doing it for him. Hmm! Mayibe mine needs retying, too.
Well, here they come, folks. Bob Campbell, Richard QDafoej Calloman.
and Emanuel Caplan-by the way, Cappy ol' kid-what's this about you
and Marjorie Wolfe?
E. C.--Oh, just one of those things.
CThey dance, leave, applausej
I.arry1Now, friends, the main feature of the evening. We have a big surprise
in store for you. We are going to have a double wedding right here on the
stage. Rebecca Needelman is going to marry her boss, and Gladys Ludin
is to marry her first millionaire. just a life 'long ambition, you know.
NVell, we're all set, folksg the ceremony will be penformed by Reverend
Joseph NVillem. Marjorie Bandman has kindly consented to play the
QMarriage takes placej
Larry--And next, may I present George Ralston Raisig, of the Ralston Straight
Shooters, who will give an exhibition of fancy shooting and lasso artistry.
Geo.--Bang! Bang! Bang-bang-bang! Banglbang-lbangl Bong?
Larry-And now we will be favored by a talk by that smart young society
matron, Henriette Bergmann Van Horne, on the need of a society for
the prevention of saxophone players. V
H. V. H.--Well, I don't want to take a lot of time, is there anyone in the
audience who likes saxophone players?
QDead silencej VVeill, then you can all sign th-e register of the society at the
door as you go out. VVe"ll do something about this menace!
Larry-Thank you very much, Henrietta. Qlcy glare from HQ Oh, pardon
me-will you Henriette. We will now have an interlude during which the
audience will be served with cheese and olives through the courtesy of the
fNoraD McClure cheese and olive factory. Nora's trained dogs, the
"Purpingtons of Purp," will put on their s-pevcialty act immediately after-
QAudience dines, pups actg applausej
Larry-The next feature is a one man, or rather, one woman, style show. The
most beautiful gowns in the world, designed and modeled by a girl who
matches them, Miss Isabel Ritz. Clsabel models several gowns, cloaks, etc.
Larry-Associated with Miss Ritz is one of our foremost beauticians, Miss
Eleanor Kern, who is unable to be here as she is visiting in Europe this
summer. You will now hear Steve Matv-ey, Alabama football coach.
CSteve appearsj Well, Steve, how're your chances for winning the Rose
Bowl game this year?
Steve-'We can't lose. The game's in the bag.
Larry-How do you feel about winning all the games so far?
Steve-All the credit goes to the boys, but I gotta go now. QI gotta datej
I.arry-We will now be favored by a talk by Harold Geilman, on "How I built
the Geilnian Dam."
Iiarold-Well, folks, there wasn't a lot to it. All I did was to draw up the
plans, and then sit at my desk and push buttons to make people hop:
pretty soon it was finished.
Larry-Next, Russell Dickson, traveling salesman and amateur chicken raiserg
Bob McElroy, petroleum engineer, Paul Meyers, the electrical engineer,
and VVilliam Paulus, the mayor of Oshkosh, will give a quartet rendition
of that old time favorite. "I'll Be Your Dishpan If You'll Be My Dish."
with everyone joining in on the chorus.
Mary jane Venger
Cute and pretty is our friend Yo,
Listen boys, she can cook and sew.
In his studies he's the top,
A sure success-not a flop.
Happy and jolly, full of good cheer,
Always Ryna is quite a dear.
Dimpled cheeks, eyes of blue,
Boys like Bert are mighty few.
A Socialist in heart and soul,
To make you one is his goal.
Quiet and plain is our friend Rose,
Always a smile wherever she goes.
A happy-go-lucky boy in our classes,
Well liked by the boys as well as the lasses.
This girl is 'clever and smart,
Her sincerity comes straight from the heart.
Never says much, yet rather gay,
But when he opens his mouth he has somethin
Hair of a brilliant hue,
Loyal and kind, forever true.
Vlfhen out of slchool his living he will earn,
And of his fame We soon will learn.
"What a mann Russell, never a word
At least we haven't from him ever heard.
Sweet voice and plenty of charm,
To be in her presence could do no harm.
A new girl in our crowd
Of whom 'we truly are very proud.
Always happy, always gay,
Into our midst he brings a bright ray.
Selma happy, Selma glad
Al-ways pleasant, never mad.
ln all athletics, how he does shine,
NVhen he is gone, how we will pine.
She's small and she's shy,
Her smile no one can buy.
To say goodbye would be quite sad,
Her time with us has made us glad.
Always the best,
Stands out from the rest.
This boy, with his brief-case,
ln our hearts has won his place.
His friendship we do prizeg
The loss out him we could not equalize.
Ruth is sweet and she is cute,
All of us Ruth does suit.
In our room Mamie is chief,
To say goodbye will cause us grief.
To make a mistake with her is talboo,
And with us, she is certain to come right through
Now Alice to all is a chum,
And never in class has she 'been glum.
This little girl is hard to describe,
But to make her acquaintance, we prescribe.
Harry is the pride of the band,
And in our class a helping hand.
A quiet girl without much to say,
She does her work from day to day.
Wilda Mae Baker
A genial boy, very clever,
His friendship we can never sever.
Neat fellow to have around,
Few like him can be found.
A song and dance is her theme,
To entertain us is her scheme.
This witty fellow with his constant clowning,
Makes 359 no place for frowning.
Roberta has helped us in many ways,
And in her studies makes many "A's".
Athletics is his line,
And in them he does shine.
Knowing the answers has brought her fame,
In our -class she has made her name.
Her smile is sunny,
Her laugh worth money.
Selma rates high, Selma rates best,
359 with her was blest.
A physique like a soldier or marine,
Forbes should do good on the screen.
Many a coach for Miller would wish,
jack in the water is just like a fish.
Fine thoughts of Ruth with us will stay,
Even when we are old and gray.
Now Doris is really a peach,
VVhen needed she's always within reach.
Sunrise on a Yokohama Mountain
QO1' Why Children Leave I-Iomej
fDirect from our Japanese School Correspondentj
Bell !-to work,
Teacher say: please answer,
So say-no Know,
Lunch !-same menu,
Then study-what do?
Drag on-Tired day,
Eat-think of tomorrow,
To sleep,-must remember-
Work next day,
See clock,--my goodness-
Belll- Then Bell-repeat work,
Hooray! Oh pistachios! CNuts-to-youll
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BOSTON PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL
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HE founding of the Boston Public Latin School marked the first noticeable
step forward in the education of the masses. At the three-hundredth point,
the modern student looks back on that foundation as being the beginning of sec-
ondary education in America, and as being the initial stage of the progression from
a one-room schoolhouse to the 180 room building of Allderdice. On the one hand,
we have a higher education in Latin alone, for pupils fro-m nine to twelve years
of ageg on the other, we have all the commercial as well as academic subjects, in-
cluding extra-curricular activities such as the shops, crafts, and music depart-
ments, for students from thirteen to nineteen years old. The equipment of that
pioneer school consisted perhaps of a few crude chairs or benches, a slate, and
probably a small stove for heating purposes. Picture the modern concep-
tion of a school-Allderdice: with its three large gyms with all equipment per-
taining to athletic activities, with its large auditorium and stage, with its many
craft rooms and home economic provisions, with its four huge furnaces providing
ample heating facilities-does it not symbolize the advancement in education more
vividly than any words? Teachers, fully prepared to specialize in certain subjects-
are they not more efficient than the former all-powerful schoolmaster? These
various bettered conditions are preparing the children of today to meet the future
with more hope-more reason to hoipeffoi the best that life has to offer. Here-
after, educators of the VVorld will undoubtedly make still further advances, and
every person will be able to receive a still higher training that will fit him for
any work. Let us, then, all do everything possible to attain this ultimate goal.
qlie Crigin of the Modern High School
HE nineteen-hundred-thirty-five graduating classes should feel highly honored
to participate in the celebration of the 300th Anniversary of the Foundation
of Secondary Education in the United States. VVith the establishment of the
Boston Public Latin School in 1635, the foundation was laid upon which our
present splendid system of public education has been built, and in commemoration
of this event the Tercentenary of Secondary Education is being sponsored by the
Department of Secondary School Principals of the National Education Asso-
ciation. This celebration started during Education Week in 1934 and will close
in June 1935. Desiring to express our appreciation and to contribute to the
success of this important educational anniversary, we use this theme in the 1935
Allderdice Journal in commemoration of this event.
On April 13, 1635, the torch of the educational system in the United States
was lighted when the freemen of Boston, Massachusetts, adopted this order: "Like-
wise, it was then generally agreed upon that our brother Philemon Pormont shall
be entreated to become schoolmaster for the teaching and nurturing of the chil-
dren with us.', The Boston settlers were especially well fitted for the task of
establishing the schools inasmuch as records show that one man in every two
hundred and fifty had been graduated from an English university. It was natural
that these educated men should start the career of the school and they did not
delay in doing so, for it was only five years after the settlement of Boston that
the Boston Public Latin School was founded. Philemon Pormont, the first
teacher of this school, did not continue his connection with the school for any
length of time. He was reported to have been a follower of Anne Hutchinsong
and after going into the wilderness of New Hampshire he founded Exeter Col-
lege, and served there as pastor in l638. A small group of boys, for the
girls were not admitted until 1828, and Philemon Pormont the pioneering teacher
composed the personnel of the first school. Little is known about the subjects
that were taught but we may surmise that Greek, Latin, and religious studies
composed their entire schedule because these were the subjects taught in the
English institutions from which the early American schools were closely patterned.
Massachusetts inaugurated the first real system of education and the character
of the schools in this colony was developed from the peculiar form of society and
government. Thus the system of education was democratic, concentrated and
homogeneous. From such a small beginning with one instructor and a few p-upils
has grown the splendid service now provided for more than six million young
Americans by twenty-six thousand public and private high schools. Secondary
education has advanced one step after another, eaoh essential in view of the
growing needs of democracy. Secondary education has passed from the Latin
grammar school, to the academy, to the free high school, and this advancement is
one of constant adaptation to changing needs.
The Tercentenary should be more than an observance of the founding of
the first school. This is a time to take inventory of our own advantages in
education in comparison with those of the first pupils in the United States.
The students of 1935 have access to gigantic buildings of two hunldred and two
hundred and fifty rooms compared to the small bare room of the first school.
Present schools are equipped with all modern conveniences such as heat, electric
light, Ventilating systems, etc., while the Boston Latin School was fortunate to
have a small stove to lessen the chill of the cold New England winter. The
founders of the Public School system would marvel at the size of the faculties
of today with one hundred or more instructors and they would wish that the
text books now in use might have been available to their students. Criticism
would change to thankfulness if the students of tod.ay would compare their ad-
vantages with the hardships that the first students endured.
The educational torch lighted three hundred years ago has been held aloft by
each succeedin.g generation and its illuminating rays have reached every part of
our country affording to the youth a priceless possession. As graduates this
torch is placed in our keeping. What of the future? Shall we, by neglect, allow its
rays to be lessened and its horizon shortened or shall we be ever watchful and
zealous that the Public School system shall be an ever increasing source of power?
une Honor Pupils
Leah Goldstein Betty Adams
Rose Gold Edith Stewart
jacques VVZlClllICl ' David Olds
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Senior Class Cpmductions
HE Senior Class of February, 1935, presented as their dramatic production,
S'hakespeare's well-known "Twelfth Nightf' Under the able direction of
Miss Pregler and Miss Houston a cast was chosen that gave a splendid perform-
ance in their interpretation of the difficult classic. Only one performance was
held on the evening of January 17. The acting was excellent and the fine costumes
and scenery lent a touch of realism that is quite uncommon on the high school
stage. The audience was very much amused by the antics of Feste, the Clown,
Malvolio and Sir Andrew Aguecheek, as well as by those of Fabian and Sir To-by
Belch. Maria, Olivia, and Viola were presented masterfully. Genuine sorrow was
felt for Sebastian, Antonio, and the Duke. The names of the players and their
respective roles are as follows:
Orsino-William Kunkel Priest-John Pearce
Sebastion-Louis Ross Malvolio-Richard Cassaday
Antonio--William Rittman Fabian-Carl Haller
Sea-Captain-jesse Levine Feste-Os-car Goodstein
Valentine-Milton Tauberg Viola-Marian Brand
Curio-Frank Lewis Olivia-Marjorie Mills
Sir Toby Belch-Sidney Dorfman Maria-Carmeline Bonaro
Sir Andrew Aguecheek-john Klotz Officers-Jesse Levine, Jack Henderson
The dancing numiber was su.pervi.sed by Miss Andrewsg the Stage Crew was
under the direction of Mr. Hayes, and the gypsy players were directed by Miss
Zeigler. 'Prompters were Adelaide Bacharach and Margaret Paddock.
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THE CLASS OF JUNE 1935
ALLDERDICE HIGH SCHOOL
"PLL LEAVE IT TO YOU"
ALLDERDICE AUDITORIUM, MAY 28 and 29
Mrs. Dermott .........,............... .,...........,............................ E dith Stewart, Francis Stein
Daniel Davis, her brother ..,..... ......... M ilton Denmark, Edwin Horne
Sylvia ..................,.........,....,........ ......... B ertha Thomas, Edith Cromwell
Evangeline ........ .................................... S ylvia Schwartz, Ellen Moorehead
Joyce ............... ................,... .................. L 0 uise Rittman, Floris Finesilver
Mrs. Crombie .......
Faith Crombie ......,....
.......Leonard Levison, Gregory Zatkovich, Lloyd Kramer
James Bassett, Joseph Fink
Julia Findl, Jacqueline Weil
.........Alma Jones, Doris Vogan
Griggs, the butler ....... , ............... ........ J oel Bennet, Jay Reich
Scene-The Hall oi Mulberry Manor, Mrs. Dermott's home, a. few milves out of
Time:-December of the last year.
Scene -ASame as Act I.
Time:-A glorious summer clay, eighteen months later.
ScenwSame as preceding acts.
Time:--Seven-thirty the morning' following the events of Act Il,
Book Holders ..... . ..................... .... ..,........... I . eona Bernstein, Nora Mcflurc
Directed by Miss Hedwig Pregler
Staged by Miss Ann A. Houston
Wardrobe Mistresses-Miss Irene E. McDermott, Marjorie Trimmer, Eleanor Sable
Scenery Prepared by Mr. Hayes and Stage Crew
Musical Direction by Miss Laura E. Zeigler
Furniture by Courtesy ot' Half Brothers of Homestead
Business Manager-Jack Levin
Assistant Business Manager-Yolanda Lebowitz
Stage Crew-William Paulus, Sam Paratore
Original Musical Compositions by Alta Moses, Robert Kornhauser
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SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL JUNIOR STUDENT COUNCIL
President-Jack Levin President-Mary Osborne
Vice President-Marshall Palley Vice President--Ruth Morgan
Secretary-Betty Adams Secretary-Sallie Osborne
Sponsor--Miss Houston Sponsor-Miss Houston
STUDENT COURT OFFICIALS
THE FOREWORD Chief Justices-12A: wiuiam Smith, 1213: Esther Amsler,
Stanley Markey - Editor-in- HA: Edward Boyle
Chief Sergeant At Arms-Gerald Feldman, Eugene Lipman
Miss Riddle-Faculty Editor Chief of Patrols-Sylvester Seigel
Court Stenographers-Florence Hinkes, Tessie Dolatowsky
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SECOND PERIOD PATROL
'DHIRD PERIOD PATROL
FOURTH PERIOD PATROL
FIFTH PERIOD PATROL
SIXTH PERIOD PATROL
SEVENTH PERIOD PATROL
Elijah Getty, Charles Scott, Jack Dorsey, Francis jordan
Charles Denes, Louis Livingstone
Vice President-Bernard Halpern
Publicity Chairman-Edith Baker
Vice President-Helen Stevenson
JUNIOR DRAMATIC CLUB
STAGE MAKE-UP CLUB
Vice President-Edith Stewart
Secretary'Treasufer'Le9nafd,Sikov Secretary-Treasurer-'Mary Louise Little
Foreword Reporter-Julius Livkoy Sponsor-1MiSS Zeigler
BUSINESS SERVICE GUILD
Vice President-Lynn Wieland
Program Committee Chairman-Helen Smith
BOOK ROOM CLUB
Vice President-Arthur Hurwitz
Vice President-Lucille Mendoza
Sponsor-Miss Alice Thompson
Care of Am, Red Cross
Vice President-Betty Condon
THE' WAFFLE WEAVING CLUB
AMATEUR NEEDLE WORK
Vice President-Rosell Frishman
sponsored by Miss Grossman, has no offi-
cers. It is merely a social group which
meets once a week for enjoyment and waffle Secretary-Treasurerflflorence Karsh
weaving. Sponsor-Miss Graham
Vice President-Marian Lobnda
LE CIRCLE FRANCAIS
Vice President-Millie Cohen
Foreword Reporter-Mildred Roth
SENIOR DEBATING SOCIETY
Vice President-Elinore Spann
Activities Committee-Milton Lehman, Chair
mang jay Reich, Falk Arnheim
JUNIOR HUMANE SOCIETY
Vice President-Harriet Harris
Vice PresidentQEsther Marcuson
GIRLS MECHANICAL DRAWING CLUB
Vice President-Helen Toth
Membership Chairman-Evelyn Miller
Publicity Chairman-Bernard Lindenberg
Sponsor-4Mr. G. B. Snyder
Can You Imagine?
Bill Snizile not lozifing?
Jack Henderson not joking?
Betty .lane Oliver not talking?
Lois S'CilIICl1'Ol not "gy'pi1ig'?',
llorotliy MzicD0n:1lcl not Z1 tzilentecl pianist?
'lolin lilotz "flunking" at sulmjeet?
Siclney Durfinzin not lmluffing?
listelle Kern noisy?
Nelson Ciniiilis not being :L clever artist?
.Xnna Marie lielie not pzirtieipzitiiig in sports?
Genevieve Mitchell not typing?
Izzy Sliapiro not "flunking?"
Sidney Seeixzilcl not rolling' zirriuncl on niztts?
listlier Rust liking lzivencler?
Gertrude Hztstie not telling juikesli Pj?
lilsie june Close with strziiglit liziir?
Czirnielinzi lionzim not lziiigliing?
Kemp Griffin not clrziwing?
Ray Gacly not sewing?
Pearl Abels not in the office?
Dick Cassacly not balancing stuffs. etc
Donolcl Roliel not on ri motorcycle?
Martlia Nietz with gray lmir?
Miriam Kiininelstiel not voueliszifing
Virginia Sutton not driving?
Musical Calendar for 1934-35
October 10-Male Chorus and String Quartet-Educational Program K. Q. V.
12-Milton Thomas, Violinist--P. T. A. Meeting. ,
21-Group A and the Girls' Chorale-Third United Presbyterian Church.
24-String Quartet-P. T. A. Meeting, Linden School.
November 7-Band, Orchestra, Group A and the Male Chorus Education Night
--P. T. A. Meeting.
8-Orchestra, Gimbe'l's Department Store.
9-Harp Trio, Teachers' Meeting, Greenfield School.
14-Girls' Chorale, Sectional Meeting of Teachers, Gladstone School.
25-HMale Chorus, VVeekly Y. M. C. A. Program, K. D. K. A.
December 5-Orchestra, American Vocational Counsellors Meeting, VVilliam
6-Male Chorus, Third United Church.
IO-Orchestra, PQ T. A. Meeting.
11-Orchestra, Intermediate Assembly.
12-Band, Junior Assembly.
January 16-Girls' Quartette, Educational Program, K. V.
17-String Quartet and Orchestra, Incidental Music, TWELFTH NIGHT.
Senior Class Play.
Girls' Quartette, Dart-ball Banquet, M, E. Church.
20-Group A and the Girls' Chorale, Bethany Lutheran Church.
22-Harp Trio, Tuesday Musical Club.
February 3-Girls' Quartette, Greentree Presbyterian Church.
21-Girls' Quartette, P. T. A. Meeting, Rodgers School.
23+Girls' Quartette, Fraternity"Teaf'.Honie of Mrs. Foster.
March 3-eGirls' Quartette, Greenfield Presbyterian Church.
13-Selectecl Singers from Groups A and B for All-City Chorus and
Twenty Musicians Chosen for All-City Orchestra, Music Educators
Convention, Syria Mosque.
15-Group B, Music Educators Convention, William Penn Hotel.
Ted Matuzeski, Vocal Solo VVinner, Music Educators Convention, Wil-
liam Penn Hotel.
17-Girls' Quartette. Ames Methodist Church.
22-Girls' Quartette, Squirrel Hill NVoman's Club.
April 6-Allderdice Salon Orchestra. Commercial Teachers of Pittsburgh.
3-Group A and Girls' Chorale, Waverly Presbyterian Chur-ch.
Group A and Girls' Chorale, Evening Service, Homestead Presbyterian
12-Girls' Quartette, Squirrel Hill Woman's Club.
Salon Orchestra, Ensemble, Girls' Quartette-4VVestern Pennsylvania
School for the Blind.
l4M-String Trio, Educational Program. K. V.
17-Group B, Girls' Quartette, and Ted Matuzeski-Senior Assembly.
28-Group A, Emory Church.
May l-String Trio-Meeting of Mathematics Teachers, Carnegie Inn.
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NTU the annals of Allderdice athletics the l93-l football season was etched with
the drab tones of a 'blunt pencil. The dark hue of defeat was the callous coni-
pensation bestowed by the football gods upon the valiant efforts of our gallant
gladiators. To brighten this dreary picture were thrust only two colorful dahs of
conquest, recording well-earned triumphs over the formidable opposition of Perry
Unleashing a sensational series of forward passes, the Dragons struck through
the air with a brilliant aerial attack to win their inaugural encounter from Perry,
6-0. This first exhibition of the 1934 edition of the Dragon pigskin machine re-
vealed a skillful aggregation and seemed to indicate a successful season. For the
newest Green and White model responded to its initial test with both a potent of-
fensive weapon and a rugged, stout-hearted defense. Although losing to Rankin
in- their second tussle, the green-jerseyed gridmen further substantiated this first
impression as they matched the performance of tl1eir victorious rivals on equal terms
in every phase of the game except the score which was 7-6. In the other non-league
contest, the Dragons were defeated by a powerful New Kensington High team,
13-7. But they went down to this defeat with heads unbowed and contributed an
impressive performance notwithstanding the fact that they were on the short end
of the score.
Buoyant hopes were soon shattered, however, as Allderdice collided with league
adversaries and sustained successive sectional setbacks to Westinghouse, Peabody.
and South. The one redeeming feature of this sectional strife was the spirited
thrashing the Dragons inflicted upon their traditional rival, Schenley, 6-0. Fifth
Avenue wrote "finis" in black letters to this disappointing season by registering a
When Coach Irvin first assembled his charges last fall, he was greeted by only
three really familiar faces-those of Mushie Parker, Bill Frazier, and Steve Matvey.
It was they who served as the nucleus for the strenuous task of rebuilding which
confronted the Green and White mentorg it was they who bore the brunt of the
Green and White play, both offensively and defensively, and it was they who garn-
ered in all the individual honors of the year. Emulating the deeds of valor of these
three heroes were such stalwarts as Donahue, Chakurcla, VValsh, Moore, Tamiburi.
Rosen, and Glousser.
Allderdice-0 VVestinghouse-13 W
Allderdice-7 New Kensington-l 3
Allderdice-0 Fifth Avenue--l 3
lfllf soccer team, directed by Coach lrwin, began its season in magnificent
style. The first game was captured without much trouble from the Sehenley
eleven by a 2 to l score. The winning streak continued when Allderdice downed
the Silver l.al4ers in the last few minutes of their game when they chalked up a
l to O victory. The next game brought the first defeat when a Peabody team
was victorious in a hard fought game, the final score being 2 to l. The following
week Coach lrwin's boys held Nunhall, the former state Champs, to a scoreless
tie in a non-league game. The next game on the schedule was that with Arsenal.
The Allderdiee Dragons piled up a 2 to O lead at the half. but were not able to
hold their ground and lost a heart-breaking game by a score of 3 to 2. The
following game was an "off day" for the Green and XYhite. They were con-
quered by a strong filadstone eleven and the result was a 5 to O defeat. The
season, however, was ended in fine shape by a victory over the Baxter squad,
The Green and XVhite Dragons, through the fine playing of John Hood, Michael
Chereha and the rest of the members, have built up an enviable record.
RIFLE CLUB HI-Y
GREEN KEY FENCING CLUB
ROM Septennher to tl une the Green Key has CO'11Sll'11L11llI1lCll a full calendar ol
activities. Brought to a successful culmination this month hy the annual
picnic at Riverview Park, the program included visits to the XVestern Penitentiary,
McConnell's Mills and Frick Park where seven new members were added with
an impressive initiation ceremony. The annual banquet was held at the Downtown
Y. M. C. .X. during the Christmas respite, and its joyous reunion with graduated
nienrbers proved the success of this seven year old organization. Rounding out
this year replete with activity, were the weekly Tuesday meetings in which ath-
letic participation at the field, gym, and swimming pool was offered. Besides these
enjoyments the Key did not forget its sportsmanship purpose which was carried
out to the fullest degree hy assisting' all the visiting' coaches, officials, and teams
who were guests at Allderdice during the past year.
A. Patnik J. Stover
BIMXCK cloud was cast across the Allderdice basketball horizon during the
entire 34-35 season. Only once was this thickness penetrated. It was a
faint glilnnier caused by the glistening scoreboard numerals which recorded the
Green and lYhite courtinenls lone win--a 24-18 triulnph over Perry in an inter-
Youth and inexperience were left groping about ainidst the pitfalls of a sop-
histicated world of basketball. Nevertheless, the players studied their lessons
faithfully and sustained the hard knocks and buniips courageously. Although they
inet with little success, their never-say-die spirit is worthy of the highest coni-
Noteworthy among this victory-lmarren season were the individual perform-
ances of Mushie Parker, Lou Ross, liddie Kaplan and Harold Goodstone. To-
gether with their inexperienced colleagues, they performed their basketball chores
to the very best of their ability.
AINTAINING the same supremacy which has characterized every Allder-
dice tennis team, the Green and Wliite netmen should win the city champ-
ionship again this year. justifiably, Allderdice may be called the cradle of city
scholastic tennis championships, because every year of court representation has
found an Allderdice raquet wielding aggregation occupying the title throne, and
an Allderdice racqueteer either champion, runner-up, or both. Under the tutor-
ship of Coach Franklin B. Hoar, this year should prove no exception. Mainstays
of the 1935 tennis team are last year's runner-up Oliver Hurst and his competent
colleague, Jerome Goodman.
HE gym team, in spite of the fact that it was made up largely of tenth and
eleventh graders, upheld admirably the record established by the preceding
The gyimnasts led by Captain VVitt were barely defeated in their first en-
counter when they dropped a close meet to the Schenley stunt men. In the f-o1-
lowing meet Coach Hoar's boys were downed by a powerful Westingliotise squad,
but they came back and finished their season by conquering the Peabody per-
In the city finals, the Green and Wllite, as usual, came through in fine style
and captured the third place position. The success of the team can be attributed
largely to the fine supervision of Coach Hoar and to the splendid performances
of VVitt and Brace on the horizontal bars, of Hall on the mats and of Bozon
on the horses, also to the wonderful display in club swinging staged by VVedner,
Lipman and Lebowitz.
HE Cross-Country team captained by J. Boyd, enjoyed one of its most suc-
cessful seasons. Coach Hoar's runners were victorious in two out of three
meets. They decisively defeated the'Peabody pacers by a 24 to 41 score and chalked
up a victory over the Schenley squad and Tech Plebes in a triple meet, which was
held on the Schenley Park course, by a score of 31-41-45. The Green and White
racers' only defeat was suffered at the hands of a fast Langley team by the score
of 18-38. The Allderdice Dragons wound up their fine season by taking second
place in the city meet. Over one hundred participants from the various city high
schools took part, and five of our boys were among the first fifteen to finish.
SENIOR 100 POINT WINNERS JUNIOR 100 POINT WINNERS
SENIOIR GIRLS' LEADERS CHEER LEADlERS
NEW type of basketball was inaugurated for the eleventh and twelfth grade
girls last fall. Instead of playing the regular court game, the two court
style was used. Another change which has made the game more interesting was
the elimination of the ,center jump in favor of the throw-in. Closely matched
teams and keen competition throughout the tournament added thrills and excitement
to the games. The captains Chosen hy the girls were B. Adams, E. Close, L.
Goldstein, and M. Tonkin. - Elsie jane Close's team defeated the winners of the
eleventh grade tournament, and then won the championship game from Lea Gold-
stein. Tihe members of the winning team were Elsie Jane Close, captaing A.
M. Belie, M. Deljaolo, Findl, G. Hastie, M. Kimmelstiel, and M. Paddock.
The manager of the twelfth grade tournament was Lillian Baseman and the
games were refereed by Betty Jane Oliver, Lea Goldstein, and Virginia Shidelerg
all of these girls played in the tournament in addition to refereeing.
GIRLS SENIOR LEADERS CLUB
L AST year the Girls Senior Leaders Club attended the Leaders' Club Frolic held
at Langley High School. A health play was given, and after dinner the var-
ious clubs entertained with songs. The Langley Club provided an orchestra and
the girls spent an enjoyable evening.
The officers for last semester were M. Mills, presidentg B. Adams, vice
president, Jeanne Kalish, secretaryg B. Oliver, treasurer, and M. Paddock,
social chairman. , ,
This semester sixteen new girls were admitted into the clutb. These girls were
chosen because of their good sportsmanship, athletic ability and tlheir ability to
carry out the ideals of the Leaders Club.
Fifteen girls are graduating this .semester and they will be replaced by other
girls who are considered w-orthy of being in the Leaders Club.
The presiding officers are B. Adams, presidentg C. Weil, vice-president:
B. Gall, secretary, L. Goldstein, treasurer, and M. Beeson, social chairman.
LVVAYS a favorite sport of the eleventh and twelfth grades, 'hockey was
received this year with more enthusiasm than ever before. A hockey team
consists of eleven players, and with four teams for both grades plus the sub-
stitutes, almost a hundred girls took part in the tournament. In both grades, only
those who had played hockey previously were eligible to become captains. The
twelfth grade captains were-Betty Adams, Elsie J. Close, Marjorie Mills, and
Margaret Paddock. For the eleventh grade, Gertrude Broida, Betty Kirschberg,
Virginia Shideler, and Claire Weil were elected as captains.
Good teamwork was an outstanding feature of all games. Margaret Pad-
dock will be remembered as the outstanding goalie of all teams of both grades.
Many times the ball was shot to the goal only to be returned with hard clearing-
shots from her stick. Other members of her team who showed exceptional
talent were Betty Gall, Louise Rittman, and Margaret DePaolo. Anna Marie
Belie, who played center half-back, exhibited remarkable qualities as a defense
player. The forward line of Marjorie Mills' team was well supported by the
halfback line where Marge starred as center half. Cooperation and good team-
work was evident in all games played by Betty Adams, team. Elsie Jane Close's
team, the winners of the tournament played games full of thrills and action. The
champs were-Grace Miller, Lea Goldstein, Edith Cromwell, Alice Crowley, An-
toinette Civitate, Rose Rizzo, Fanny Herman, Betty Jane Oliver, Dorothy Stef-
anik, Gertrude Hastie, and Elsie Jane Close, Captain. The chief scorers were
Rose Rizzo and Elsie Jane Close. A strong half-back line, consisting of Stefanik,
Cromwell, and Goldstein played an important part in the defense. On the sidelines.
if a pile of sweat coats was to be pulled apart, Laura Dancoff would be found in
the midst of them, acting as scorekeeper, timekeeper, and general all-around
IVISN only a short time in which to practice for the swimming meets, the
J eleventh and twelfth grade girls who were anxious to make the teams liter-
ally made hay while the sun was shining. Every activity and eighth period that the
swimming pool was available, found them enthusiastically competing with each oth-
er, working up speed and attaining skill in their swimming and diving. As the day
for the Sectional Meet approached, eliminations were made until at last the final
squad was chosen.
The Championship Meet was held October llth at Fifth Avenue with all the
high schools in the city represented. The eleventh grade swimmers won first place.
The relay team of this grade won the city championship for the third successive
year, having previously won it in the ninth and tenth grades. The twelfth grade
was well represented in the Trial Meet, but met with a few qualifications in the
Championship Meet and narrowed the chances of winning. In spite of their hard
luck, however, the girls showed good sportsmanship and carried off two second
places. This ended the swimming season for the year.
GIRLS' SENIOR VOLLEYBALL
ERVE, "Spike it,', "Set it up," were a few of the cries heard as the senior
girls' volleyball teams went into action. This year, any nine girls from the
same grade were permitted to form a team. After the captains were elected, a
double elimination tournament was run off. The first games were won by the
team which reached fifteen points first, the later games were w-on bythe team
having the highest score at the end of thirty minutes.
The captains of the nine 12th grade teams were: Betty Gall, H. Boyd, E.
Haydn, G. Broida, H. Maulsby, M. De Paolo, R. Maizlech, G. Wilson, and M.
B. Gall's team, winner of the tournament, won each of its games by a wide
margin. The team members were excellent servers and spikers, and all played
well together. B. Gall, captain, M. Beeson, A. Brors-h, A. Civitate, L. Goldstein, H.
Toth, H. Lipchik, B. Sakal, D. Stephanie. -
The 12th grade manager was Rebecca Task.
Familiar Sights and Sounds To Ye Seniors
Mr. H. H. VVilson-
I. T. Shriner-
"Now Listen, You Birdswu
Mr. Thorne QGone but not torgottenj
"Understand?" CAnd Howj
"How many see?"
A Slurp and a Munch. The Lunchroom, Dope-
The fainting of Mr. Longneicker, when a student asks for a supplementary law
Miss Evans in the hall, picking up paper.
Mr. Young, and that tan roadster of his.
lrwin Rubenstein-"Geeve eet to heem Rubee."
The Daily Blah-Leonard Levison.
Mickey Berman-Pay as you enter Doc?
Bucky McKifb'ben-Clothes and Wininien.
XVhy Lad, the brass of you? CGuess whoj
Gregory Zatkovitz-On guard?
Mr. Sissman-Watcli the Birdie.
Me-Trying to think up all this STUFF.
Mr. Soles and his flock of gun cranks.
Bertram Roth sleeping in the hall 5th period.
Wayne Glausser-Ye olde faithful seller of lunch checks.
Doris VoganAOlkay Toots.
Little Jakie Miller--And the girl friend.
Morris Block-They call him an oboe player?
Dorothy Teitelbaum-She was -only the baker's daughter but oh how she could
raise the dough-What's funny about that?
CDon't get me wrong for insinuating anythingj
Famous pair--Miss Mlcffandless and Joel Bennett.
"How does a mice when it spins?" by J. L. Montgomery.
Did you ever see a dream walking? VVell I did. C3rd floor, end of 2d period,
VVhat's that terrible noise? VVhy that's Donahue yawning.
AND LINE ETCHIINGS
THAT WERE 'USED
IIN PRINTING TIHUIS
SUPERIOR ENGDAVING Co.
255 Q7E4Avenuf' Pitfybugi Pa.
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Ann M. Gallagher
' Greeting Canif for All Oemfiom
HA S952 1823 MURRAY lAVE.
HALF BROT I-IERS
"Happy H ome F 1fH"7'li5!Z67'5,,
120-122 F. STH AVE.
Student Singer-What I want t
know is, am I a bass or a baritone?
Miss S.-No, you're not.
Nurse-You were very naughty in
church. Guy. Do you know where little
boys and girls go who clon't put their
pennies in the collection box?
Ciuy-Yes, nurse, to the movies.
Student fseeing' teacher after return
of a test-paperl-Miss R., I don't think
I deserved an E on this examination.
Miss R. Qwearilyj-I know, but we
do not have any mark lower than that.
A-Define a polygon, james.
James fa 'bright young ladj-A dead
Ffozcers For Every Occaxiorz
F LO RAL C O .
1720 MURRAY AVENUE
foPPos1'rE MANOR THEATRE,
Phone HiA Zel 3377 Pittsburgh, Pa.
THE UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH
has lived since the log cabin days of Pittsburgh. It
lives because thousands, touched by its influence,
have greater earning power and are happier in things
of the spirit.
Some blunders from examination
papers. QWe are proud to report that
they are not from our own temple of
Things which are equal to the same
thing are equal to anything else.
Letters in sloping print are hysterics.
Absent-minded husband and wife off
on a long trip.
Wife-Honey, I forgot to turn off
the electric iron.
Husfband-Don't worry dear, noth-
ing will burn. I forgot to turn off the
lrsl see us for p
311-315 Smithfield Street 'T'
Only Opposite 4th Ave. Pustoffice 'mm
Phone JA ckson 9774
Jiffolla feiziiiy Tfzrlof
T lie Home of Service
EXPERT PERMANENT WAV-
ING and COMPLETE BEAUTY
Open 9:00 A. M. to 9:00 P. M.
MRS. B. MARKLEY, Mgr.
1933 Murray Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.
LI T M AN' S
2130 Murray Avenue
HA zcl 2700
Your Doctor Know: Litman-
ffl sk Him
for almost ci cefzzufjy-
BUILDING BUSINESS CAREERS
Duffs-Iron City College
424 DUQUESNE WAY, PITTSBURGH
C omplimems of
IC1.muDGE AVENU1-1 APARTMENTS
I-IA 5700 J. F. Dunlay, Mgr.
jokes of all sorts and fancies . .
Mother-Son, what language are
you taking in school?
Son-Sanskrit, mother clear.
Mother-XVhy I did11't know they
Anybody, waiting for attention in
Mr. Sharp's office, to his neighbor:
"Ever been to the zoo?"
"Must 'be fun to watch the turtles
Householder Qto policeman investi-
gating a burglaryj:
"Now if you could only trace the
owner of this shoe."
Cynical Policeman-"VVhat do I look
like, a fairy prin-ce?,'
The daughter of a strict old church
deacon had gone to a dance much
against the father's wishes. Wfhen she
appeared for breakfast next morning
she was greeted by her father with
"Good morning, daughter of Satan."
To which the daughter respectfully
"Good morning, father."
Offer Their Sincere Congratulatiom
to :lie Clancy of 1935
Expert Watch, Clock and Jewelry
1929 Murray Avenue, Squirrel Hill
Murray Beacon Alleys
Pcrzrifylvuriiab M or! Beauliful
1916 MURRAY AVE. JA 0266
Expert Bowling Coaching, Afternoons
Squirrel Hill Bowling Alleys
24 A. B. C. Alleys
RESERVATIONS AND PARTIES
Lou P. Golvash, Mgr.
5844- Forward Avenue
hi U RRAY PRESS
Quality Printing at
SAM SO N SALE S
Low Cost CO.
g Jackson 2000
S826 Forbes Street, Pittsburgh, Pa.
2009 MURRAY AVE- HA 3742 Service-1915 Murray Avenue
C omplimems of
O. K. FOOD STORES
Quality Fruits, Vegetables, Meats, Groceries at Lowest Prices
1816 MURRAY AVENUE
MEYER RosEN MANAGEMENT
FORBES at SHADY
Phones: Hfazel 3774--Jackson 9922
Dot-Is Jack an energetic fellow?
Pal-No, he's the kind that grabs
the stool when there's a piano to be
Anxious to please Uncle-Do you
like riding on my knee?
Niece-Oh, no! I've ridden on a
George-Congratulations Dick! Is of
your fair one pretty?
Dick-KNO, can't say she is. Beacon
Dick-Yes, albout a million. and MOrrOWHC1d
The smart young thing who says
her Iboy-friend can't take a joke should Phannaicy
look in the mirror and drop the sufb-
"Jewelry of the Better Sort Since 1893"
J. F. APPLE COMPANY, ine.
OFFICIAL JEWELERS FOR TAYLOR ALLDERDICE HIGH SOHOOL
Quality, Service, Satisfaction Guaranteed
ST U D I 0
R o o m
A thought for commercial students. CICERO BROS.
HOW t0 Write an angry business letter. Barlber and Beauty Shops
Sir: My typist, being a lady, can-
not take down what I think of you. AL GROSS' FISH MARKET
I, being a gentleman, cannot write it. Hazel S014 2136 Murray Ave.
You, being neither, will understand or
guess everything. Strand Shoe Repairing and Hat Cleaning C0
1911 Murray Ave. Hazel 4807
Sapper's Barber Shop 1925 Murray Av. LITTLEJS SHOE STORE
5850 Forbes Street
AFFELDER and SMITH
F01'beS-Shady Service Station 1717 Murray Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa,
Electrolux Gas Refrigerator
MASK THE WONIAN VVHO OWNS ONEH
AKRON - PITTSBURGH - WHEELING
If the following people with their
Chief characteristics were
Rolled into one, the results would
Be an ideal boy and girl.
Face ......... .rr....,..,,........ ..... M a rgaret Cooper
Figure ..... Elinore Spann
Wit ......,....... .....,.. F rances Stein
Disposition .... ..,... B etty Adams
Poise ..........,. ..... ,.,. E d ith Stewart
Cuteness .... r...... Yolande Lebowitz
Personality ..,. ,.,..... J anet Hyndman
Chic .............., ..r4..... R eva Neaman
Capability ,...... ..... B etty Rosenf-ield
Grace ...,........., ......., E linore Keil
Sportsmanship ....., .4,...,...,.. ,...... ...... L e a Goldstein
Face ......... .....,.......,............. .... G e orge Hodgdon
Physique ..... ..................... .........,.. L e ster Sm-ith
Intellect ...,..... 4,...,. B ernard Halpern
Disposition ......... .....,.. M ilton Denmark
Debonaireness .......... . .,.,....... Foster Reed
Cuteness ...i.,................. ....,... G raham Straub
Wit and Personality ..,. Bobby Kornhauser
Dress ......,..................... ...... C harles Henning
Capability .....,. .......,.. Jack Levine
Ambition ............... ..... I acques Wachtel
Sportsmanship ...... .............. B ill Smith
Youngk News Stand
NovE1.'r1Es TOYS CANDY
5804 FORBES STREET ALL 'DHE MAGAZINES
Compliments 0 f
Marathon Linen Supply Co., Inc.
812 EAST STREET
C omplimenls of
AMERICAN COAT, APRON and TOYVEL
N. S., PITTSBURGH, PA.
'cz school discriminate "
l8"'57oor Memn f3uilding
GRACE MARTIN CORNELIUS
AT lantlc 6309-6310
A thorough, ,intensive Secre-
tarial Course is presented 'by a
capable faculty to High School
and College Graduates, who will
find contentment and happiness
in our attraictive school. Quality
is in constant demand. If you
are a clever and intelligent young
woman, imlbued with the spirit of
Modern Business,-the reward
will fully justify all the cosft
VITALIZED CLOTHES WEAR LONGER!
That s why more and more
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It is right and proper that necessary living expenses should
claim most of your earned dollar. Your share is the part
you save, and that, to you, is the most important part. Bank
it regularly-even though the amount may be small.
THE UNION SAVINGS BANK
Capital and Surplus, 54,000,000
FIFTH AVENUE ANI: GRANT STREET
FRICK BUILDING Prrfrsnukeii, PA.
F O RB E S
Sachs Real Estate HARDWARE
' BELL PHONE, 0238 HAZEI,
5822 Forbes Street 5851 FORBES ST. PITTSBURGH, PA
A cknowledgements to
120-122 E. EIGHTH AVENUE, HOMESTEAD
The Journal Staff wishes to take this oppor-
tunity to acknowledge aid in the compilation of
this journal. XVe are greatly indebted to the
teachers and pupils for their splendid coopera-
tion and support as well as to Miss McCanIlJlay
and the Business Service Guild for the typing,
and the art department for the art work.
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