Allderdice High School - Allderdice Yearbook (Pittsburgh, PA)
- Class of 1937
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QI I IDLIQIDICE
IDuIJIIsI'1ecI JointIq Lg Seniors OF iI1e Januarq and
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Shady and Forward Avenues
T IS extremely appropriate that 011
this, the 'tenth aiiiiivcrsary ot the
fouiidiug of Allderdice, an expressioii ol
appreciation should be offered to the
1112111 who was quite instrumental i11 the
successful orgzmizatioii of this school.
Therefore, for what he has done for
geiicral educational ZlClV211lC611l61ll, and es-
pecially for what he has done for Taylor
Allderdice High School, the senior class
of l937 l1'O11'O1'S and thzmks l1i111. It is
111 this 111ood that we dedicate our jour-
nal to that energetic, el'llllllSl.Z1SllC, and
Sj'l11lJEltll6llC educator -
Dr. Charles R. liostcr.
URING THE TEN YEARS of the existence of Taylor
Allderdice High School, many worthy students
have graduated to become helpful and useful citizens.
Each succeeding year the graduating classes have be-
come larger, this class being one of the largest. Qur
high school has always bee-n one which has inspired
our students with an appreciation of the wonderful
civic opportunities and facilities for higher education
and broader knowledge.
In this edition of the journal we shall give a com-
plete summary of all the activities and achievements
of the senior class. In presenting the contribution of
the present senior class, we shall keep in mind the
background history and achievement of the first ten
years of Taylor Allderdice High School. The past
classes have set a fine precedent for our schoolg we
hope t'hat our accomplishments will be a helpful in-
fluenc-e to the future Glasses of Allderdice.
We here attempt to-portray life as it has occurred
for the graduating students. It is our wish that this
book may give you enjoyment as you may from year
to year renew memories and friendships in its pages.
THIS BUILDING ONCE STOOO VVHERE NOW STANDS THE
TAYLOR ALLDERDICE HIGH SCHOOL
N FEBRUARY 7. 1927, the first classes were conducted in the Taylor Allderdice
new high school on Squirrel Hill. The building was one of the finest
and mo-st modern of the schools in the country. Since then a large annex has
been built to accommodate the fast-gr-owing number o-f pupils which has in-
creased from six hundred eighty-nine to approximately 1 three thousand two-
hundred fifty. Of the thirty-four original instructors twenty-three remain among
the one hundred twelve teachers at the present. Allderdice has grown.from a
junior high school to the largest high school in western Pennsylvania.,
As Allderdice has grown, many important organizations for the improvement
and management -of school affairs have arisen. The Student Council, which was
begun in September, 1929, and has progressed efficiently, is one of the most
helpful and influential groups in determining the school's policy. The Foreword,
which is the school's newspaper, has exerted quite an influence at Allderdice.
There are many other athletic, scholastic, and non-scholastic clubs and organiza-
tions which have not only been quite useful in helping the pupils use their leisure
in a worthwhile manner -but also in broadening their knowledge and developing
In june 1930, the first class of fifty graduated from Taylor Allderdice.
Since that time the classes have increased until the present class which is onegof
the largest. Every class has given a gift of some sort to improve the appear-
ance of Allderdice or benefit the pupils of the school in some 111?l111'1C1'. The
honor students of Allderdice graduate not only with honor, but they also may be
members of the National Honor Society. Students who have honor grades and
good character are chosen as members of this honorary society although not more
than fifteen per cent of the class may be chosen. There have been ten thousand
pupils at Allderdice during its first ten years, and most of them have some sort
of pleasant feeling toward our school and the ideals for which it stands: schol-
arship, tolerance, initiative, cooperation, obedience, honesty, and good judgment.
HIE slfccnss of any group or organi-
zation depends largely upon the
efficient leadership of the group. As
principal, since its opening in 1927, ."Xll-
derdice has heen fortunate in having Dr.
Roland G. Deevers. He has capahly di-
rected the policies of the school during
its growth from a small high school to
that of a fair sized community. Intro--
duction in Allderdice of modern educa-
tional trends, growth of Allderdicc as one
of the highest ranking high schools!-in
short, much of the success of Alldcrdice
may be attributed to Dr. Roland G.
Our tenth anniversary marks the first
year of Mr. Glaes' service as vice-prin-
cipal of Taylor Allderdice. If his brief
year of effective management is any in-
dication, the years will luring him further
outstanding success in this capacity.
Principal-Dr. Roland G. Deevers
Vice-Principal-Mr. S. Glaes
Activities Director-Miss Ann A. Houston Vocational Counselor-Mr. VV. M. Sharp
Girls' Advisor-Miss Lucy A. South
Assistant to the Counselor-Miss Hazel Altsman
Miss Isabel T. Zinn, Chief Clerkg Miss Lois E. Hill, Clerkg Miss Helen M. Brand, Clerk:
Mrs. Catherine M. Hoyt, Book Clerk.
RT HISTORY MANUAL TRAINING
Marie J. Dollard
Mr. Joseph C. Fitzpatrick
Miss Charlotte R. Beachler
Mr. Samuel Blitz
. A. L. Gautsch
Mr. Kenneth H. B. Juliall
Miss Jennie A. Norton Mr. Alvin G. Faust Mr. C. P. Kavanaugh
Miss Olivia Koenig Miss Esther L. Geist Mr. J. Earl Krotzer
Mr. John P. Angelo
Mr. Harry D. Book
Helen R. Bartrim
Helen L. Campbell
Elizabeth A. Fleming
Miss Jennie Kearney
Miss Anna M. Quattrocclli
Miss Bertha O. Mitchell
Miss Cora C. Ross
Miss Leila H. Rupp
Mr. Harry C. Soles
Miss Rilla B. Tait
Miss S. Pearl Wall
Mr. E. A. Liberator
Mr. F. M. Bechltolt
Mrs. Dorothy Jean Meyer
Miss Emma Steiner
Miss Laura E. Zeigler
grfgfnfll HOUSEHOLD ECONOMICS PHYSICAL EDUCATION
Miss Mmilda G Johnson Mies Charlotte E. Bailey MISS Kafharyn Hallett
Mr L Komim Miss'Rebecca F. Bard M13 Franklin H2-HY
' -' L k Miss Florence Bechtel MF- Robert W- I1'Vil1
Mr' Clay ' Ongenec ff M' G A G Mr. John H Irwin
Miss Katherine S.'McCamlblay ISS race 'V myssman Miss Esther' M' Long
Mr- John B' Melvm LIBRARY Miss Jeanne E. Muter
NGLISH MiSS Mary H- Anderson Mr. Alexander Oliver
Miss Dorothy Albert Mrs. Margaret H. McMlckle Miss Elizabeth Schaefer
Miss FlO1'61lCC Bafklffy
Miss Ruth Cla'-'son Mr. Charles Bernhard SCIENCE .
Miss Mary G. Clough Miss Rosa Blessing MISS Hester A. Baird
Miss Mary A- Evans Miss Mary A. Carter Ml' Lou H' Colbom
Miss Rose Hartz Miss Marian Couperthwaite Miss Elizabeth Donaldson
Mr. II'Vl11 F. Hoerger Ml. Charles H Freebie MY- R- I- HHCkC'ff
Miss Agnes Kerr Ml-f George Mf Phillips Miss Alva K- Held
Excie M. Laird
Miss Dorothy E. Pickard
Miss Alice L. Phipps
Mr. Fred E. Holmes
Mr. Edgar Hooper
Miss Frances M. Leech , . ' . M555 GF3-CC .ICSSOD
Miss Belle Long geCIlgipl5ileSllyder Miss Jane S. Johnston
Mlss Ella Markley Mr. Wesley Wagner Miss Jane Mccandless
Miss Nancy J. Montgomery Ml.. H. H Vvileon Miss Elizabeth C. Miller
Miss Diantha W. Riddle ' MY- I- T' Sllfinel'
Miss Sara D, Stuart IYIYS. Mae Weber Smith
Miss Elizabeth Wagenknecht
Miss Clara I. Welsh DIETITIAN
Mr. George K. Young Miss Edna Compton
Miss Dorothy M. Zeigler
OREIGN LANGUAGES li,iSiiiii1RON
Miss Mary C. Brennan
Miss Dorothy Bergman CUSTODIAN
Miss Olive Bowlin Mr' Joseph Marks
Mr. John B. Coyne
Miss Yetta T. Kamler SPEECH
MiSS Alma G- RiChCY Miss Leona Adams
Mr. C. T. Roller
Mrs. Myra C. Simpson
Miss Edna R. Todd
Dir. Edmund Boots, M.D.
David Henderson Leah Brown
Faculty Advisors-Miss Ann A. Houston, Miss Diantha W. Riddle
X Manda! Qt "1-' I-.CA Cc
ACTIVITIES SALE OF BOOKS
Mary Louise Hawkins
Mary Louise Little TYPISTS
Mary Agnes Furlong
Albert Lasday PICT U RES
Edward Weinberger ROUGH Bensvn
Bernice Weiner Margaret Bllrklls
Harriet Wertkin Margaret Ffeidel
Gayle Taylor Hermoine Goldstein
Priscilla wright Ruth Pearsol
ADVERTISING Howard Silverman
Helen Epstein SPORTS
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JHHUHRU BLHSS UHGHHIZHTIUH
President ...4.,..........,.,.,...,..,.,..,.......,A.. Bradley Welfer
Vice President .....,...,...4.............,.......,.,.. Frank Friedman
Secretary .....,.,,. ...,.... D avid Henderson
Robert Benson, Cline Cooper. David Henderson, Xllilliam Lester, Barbara
McCreight, Gayle Taylor, Ruby Chesney, Ruth Shapiro, Alex Eckstein,
Williani Floyd, Henrietta Gerwig, Martha Kari, Marion Gordon, Paul Fisher,
Esther Schwartz, Katherine H-ess, Mary Louise Little, Ruth Longeneeker.
Bernice VVeiner, Helen Meier, Anna Kawka, Elizabeth Schwab.
Helen Magidson, Doris Lundy, Wilbur Hall, Genevieve Morgan, Bill Frick.
Hermoine Goldstein, Margaret Burkus, Esther Shelton. Margaret Freidel.
Gladys Herold, Ann Witt, Joseph Genstein, Shirley Kaplan, Dorothy Hud-
Kathryn Challinor, Robert Gross, Joseph Mariano, Beulah Beers.
War1'eii Golden, Edward Demmler, Melvin Krasnow, jean Tinsley, Rich-
Betty Grove, Felise Prise, Florence Hoge, Frank Alexander, Howard
Mary Louise Little
First Row-1Left to Rightj Frank C. Alexander, jr., J. Dinsmore Alley, Jr., Martha Ando,
Mary Agnes Andres, Edward A. Bahneman.
Second Row-Annette Barney, Louis Lawrence Beizer, Robert Frederick Benson, Mary
Berjanski, Ruth Bernstein.
Third Row-Robert Mosier Bowlus, Elizabeth Ann Bradley, Mary Adele Brown, Burmen
Harry Brown, Robert B. Brown.
Fourth Row-Margaret B. Burkus, Leon Cagle, Ruth Mae Caldwell, Lucille Canter, john
Fifth Row-Kathryn Challinor, Ruby Mae Chesney, James White Clark, :1fCline Granville
Cooper, Richardson McElmurray Courtney.
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First Row-CLeft to Righty Virginia May Cupples, William Bradford Curley, Jr., Rose-
marie D'angelo, Edward W. Demmler, Beatrice DeRenzo.
Second Row-Kermit jack Dorsey, Alex Eckstein, Frederick john Edstrom, Andrew
Feczurka, Paul Leon Fischer.
Third Row-William W. Floyd, Margaret Martha Freidel, William T. Frick, Frank A.
Friedman, Margaret Fulton.
Fourth Row-J. Thomas Furlong, Catherine Gable, joseph Genstein, Henrietta Gerwig,
Mary Suzanne Giesey.
Fifth Row-Stephen Gogniat, Warren Golden, Hermoine Goldstein, Marian Theda Gordon,
First Row-fLeft to Righty Robert E. Gross, Betty L. Grove, Edward Harris, Helen
Harris, Mary Louise Hawkins. A
Second Row-Ruth T. Helfer, David Henderson, Edward Victor Henning, Sara E. Henry,
Third Row-Katherine Hess, Florence Estelle Hoge, Alexandria Olga Hosko, Dorothy
May Hudson, Robert Carson Hutchison.
Fourth Row-Frank J. Iannone, Edward Irwin, jack Herman Israel, Edward A.
jackson, Jr., Harris William jolly.
Fifth Row-Harry L. jubelirer, Shirley Gladys Kaplan, Martha julia Kari, Anna Kawka,
Florence Jane Kelsky.
First Row-fLeft to Rightj Ernest Kerekes, William Hurton Kern, Genevieve Helen
Kosiba, Melvin Sanford Krasnow, Sidney Kwall.
Second Row-john P. Kyle, William Ladley, Albert Henry Lasday, Joseph Lazirovitz,
Third Row-William Frederick Lester, Donald L. Levine, Florence Lilyan Levkoy, Boris
Limsi, Mary Louise Little.
Fourth Row-Betty Logan, Ruth Longenecker, Doris Lundy, Helen Frances Magidson,
Alphonse Raymond Malatesta.
Fifth Row-Betty Marco, joseph A. Mariano, Carolyn Jane Martin, Leonard F. Martine,
Emmajean A. Mastascusa.
First Row-CLeft to Rightj Anna Mae McCarthy, Elizabeth M. McCauley, Barbara
McCreight, May MacLaren, john A. McTighe.
Second Row-Helen Theresa Meier, joseph Miller, Michael john Mitchell, Genevieve
Jeannette Morgan, Ila Flora Morgan,
Third Row-George H. Mycoff, David A. Myer, Herbert Nelson, Ruth Betty Pearsol,
Fourth Row-Leon Roman Pijanowski, J. William Pocklington, Sylvia Portnoy, Felice
Elaine Prise, Thelma Sara Ray.
Fifth Row-Milton Reich, Morton Reifer, Howard Norman Reinhard, Marcelle L. Rice,
Ralph Patsy Rocco.
First Row-fLeft to Righty Eugene Rosenfeld, Dwavid Rosner, Pauline Schlesinger, Eliza-
beth Marie Schwab, Arthur A. Schwartz.
Second Row-Esther Marie Shelton, Esther Florence Schwartz, Margaret Joan Seaman,
George Seewald, Ruth Shapiro.
Third Row-Edward Shekell, Sylvester Siegel, Eleanor Lois Siff, Selma Sigal, Loretta
Fourth Row'-Charles Sipper, Frank Sipper, William Harold Slocum, Milton Snyder,
Harry Raymond Solenday.
Fifth Row-Wilbur Starr, Carl Duffy Taylor, Jr., Gayle Alice Taylor, Jennie jane Thomas,
First Row-CLeft to Rightj Jean Stratton Tinsley, Anthony j. Tozzi, Nathan L. Wedner,
Edgar E. Wertheimer, jr., Bernice Estelle Wiener.
Second Row-Mary Jane Willman, J. Woodrow Wilson, Anne Witt, Evelyn Caroline
Wood, Gilbert Bernard Yarchever.
Third Row-Frances Louise Zewe.
JHHUHHU CLHSS HUHUH STUDENTS
Mary Louise Little
Frank Friedman Elizabeth Schwab
ZETH UHHPTER HHTIUHHL HUIIUH SUCIETU
Mary Louise Little
Street Vendor ....
Ly sander ..........
Sylvester . ........ .....
First Lackey .......
UL FUR HUSBHHIJS
In an Adaption in Rhyme by
Arthur Guiterman and Lawrence Langner
Production directed by Rose D. Hartz
JANUARY 13 and 14, 1937
IN THE SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
fln order of appearancej
Second Lackey .......
B ear ......................
First Girl ..........
Second Girl .....
Third Girl .....
Fourth Girl .....
Third Lackey ....
First Bravo .....
Second B ravo .......
Magistrate ....... .
Notary .................................. .......... . .. ...... ................ .
Harris, Cline Cooper
Link Boy ............,........,........................................................................................ Edward Harris
The entire action of the play takes place in a square in Paris.
THE DREAM OF SGANARELLE
Adapted from the ballet of "Le Marriage Force"
Originally danced by His Majesty Louis XIV and his court, the 29th of
Sh epherdess ......
Solomon ....... ....
flu order of appearancej
First Egyptian ..,., .
Dancing Master ......................... ....... . . .............. ................. . ..
Tircis .....................,...................................................................................................... Carl Taylor
Olympians: VVoodrow Wilson, Cline Cooper, Herbert Nelson, Genevieve Kosiba,
Helen Harris, lsla Morgan, Betty Bradley.
EVENING OF THE SAME DAY
Choreography ....,...,... .............................,........................................... M iss Elizabeth Schaefer
Orchestra ....................................................,........................................... Miss Laura E. Ziegler
Scene Design ........ Mr. Fitzpatrick, assisted by Students-Andrew Feczurka, Delmar
Damrau, Don Browne, Rollin Davis, Wm. Lester, Glorioso Stanbian, Richard
Flading, David Lloyd.
Scenery building ........................................................................................................ Mr. Gautch
Lighting ............................... .................................. M r. Krotzer
Research .................................................,.................... ............... M iss Dollard, Rosella Bass
Bookholder .................................................................................................... Barbara McCreight
Properties .... Margaret Seaman, Dorothy Hudson, Alice Robinson, Mary Ann Hughes,
Annette Levine, Kathryn Challinor, Mary Louise Little.
Wardrobe Mistresses .......................................................... Elizabeth Schwab, Martha Karl
Stage Crew ........ Dan Keller, Robert Vogan, Seymour Kerber, Clifton Benscoter, Wim.
Immel, Byron Jorgenson, Jack Rex, Wm. Hood.
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Entrance and March of Peers .,.,,...,.,..........,..,., ,..........,,. ,.... . . Arthur Sullivan
Band-Mr. Francis Bechtolt, Director
Invocation ......,. ..,...,1.,..,...,..,.,i,.,.,..,.......,...,.,.,....,............. R ev. Harry Allen Price
Presentation of Flowers
from 12B Class
Light Cavalry Overture ...., ,...,.i.., ..,ii,i,.4.,.....,.. ...,..,..i. F . X fon Suppe
The School and Community 4.... ,..,..,.. D avid Henderson
Honors .......,.......,...,...... ....... Doris Lundy
Praeludium and Allegro ..................,...,,........... ....,... ,............,..,.,.,. P u gnani-Kreisler
Violin Solo by Milton Thomas
Sports ......,. ..,...........,,,....... .4....,............,.,........ ..,., A l b ert Lasday
Class Gift .,.......,.,......,... ..... F rank Friedman
Symphony in B Flat ..,.... ,...........,.... .,.,.,. F a uchet
Address ..,.. ,..,,....,....,....,.,.,..........,...,....., ,i....,.,.,........,... D r . Charles R. Foster
Associate Superintendent of Schools
Presentation of Diplomas
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Mr. Faust - Report Teacher
President ...................... ................... M elvin Krasnow
Vice President ....... ........ l Hladys Herold
Secretary ............... ....... 1 iatherine Hess
Student Council ....................... ..... F rank Friedman
Martha Ando-Great Expectations
Business Service Guild, Senior Leaders Club '35, '36, Basketball '34, '35,
'36, Hockey '35, '36, Soccer '34,
Beatrice De Renzo--A Century of Humor
Business Service Guild, Bulletin Staff, Volleyball '35, '36, Mushball '35,
Paul Fischer-Business as Usual
journal Staff, Vice President of Home Room, Rifle Club '35, '36, Football
Team Manager '35, '36.
William Frick-Tarzan Escapes ,
,Lunch Patrol, Hall Patrol, Social Committee, Class Play, Male Chorus,
Fooftfball '34, '35, '36.
Frank Friedman.-Anthony Adverse
Merit Parade, Student Council, Activities Board, Senior Play Cast, Presi-
dent tactingj of lZA Class, Brand, O1'chestra, Tennis '35, '36.
Thomas Furlong-The Hermit of Far End
Steve Gogniat-Comic Relief
Robert Gross-Heroes and Hero Vtforship
Hall Patrol, Song Committee, Class Play, All-City Chorus '34, Male
Chorus, Opera '35, Football '34, '35, '36.
Ruth Helfer-Through the Looking Glass
Gladys Herold-Midsummer Night's Dream
Business Service Guild, Senior Ring Committee, Vice President of Home
Room '36, Home Room President '35, Volleyball '35, '36, Mfushball '35, '36.
Katherine Hess--Alice in Wondierlarid
Hall Patrol, Journal Staff, Secretary-Treasurer of Home Room, Senior
Social Committee, Type Club, Tennis '34, '35, Volleyball '34, '35, Mush-
' ball '34, '35, '36, Swimming '34.
Alexandria Hosko-Adventures in Friendship
Business Service Guild, Creative Vtfriting Club, Ornamental Penmanship.
Edward Irwin-Lone Rider
William jolly-The Divine Comedy
Home Room President, Home Room Secretary.
Anna Kawka-A Portrait of a Lady
Journal Staff, Foreword Staffg Business Service Guild, Volleyball '35.
Florence Kelsky-The Whirlwind
Business Service Guild, Sigma Iota, Volleyball '34, ,353 Tennis '34, '35.
Melvin Krasnow-A Man for the Ages
Hall Patrolg Home Room Presidentg Senior Class Playg Football '34, '35,
'36g Song, Motto and Cheer Committee.
William Ladley-Monsieur Beaucaire
Cross Country '34, ,35g Swimming '34, 335.
Betty Marco-Among My Books
Hall Patrolg Home Room Presidentg Type Clubg Basketball '34, Volley-
Anna Mae McCarthy-First Lady
Business Service Guild, Volleyball '35, Basketball '35g Mushball '35, ,36.
May McLaren-She Stoops to Conquer
Senior Class Play Cast.
Isla Morgan-Sense and Sensibility
Hall Patrol, Senior Play Cast.
Herbert Nelson-Gaily the Troubadour
Ruth Pearsol-So Big
Hall Patrol, Picture Committee, Journal Stafig Home Room Vice Presi-
dent, Rifle Club: Sigma Iota Clubg Mushbail '35, '36g Basketball '35g
Felice Prise-Of Thee l Sing
Hall Patrolg Flower Committeeg Sigma Iotag French Club, Opera.
Patsy Rocco-Adventures in Contentment
Business Service Guild.
Eugene Rosenfield-4Mutiny on the Bounty
Basketball '35, '36, '37.
Esther Schwartz-Gone With the Wind
Hall Patrol, Journal Staffg Senior Play Castg Stage Make-up Club, Voice
BQ Volleyball '35,
George Seevwald-Rip Van Wiinkle
Gym Team '33, '34, '35,
Charles Sipper-Fruits of Solitude
Jennie Thomas-The Tempest
Hall Patrolg Lunch Patrolg Volleyball '35g Tennis H333 Basketball 34
Mr. Faust-The VVarden
Period-The Deserted Village
President ....................... ...............
Student Council ....... ......... F rances Zewe
Vice President ......
Louis Beizerm-"You're the Top"
In our estimation. you have our highest esteem
bet you'd be the hero of any team.
Judge ol Elections: Motor Clubg Current Events Club.
Robert Benson--"Exactly Like You"
Like Solomon. you're kind and wise,
You're just the one to take the prize.
Hall Patrolg journal Staffg Senior Play Castg Character Committee
Microscope Clubg German Clubg College Board Lating President of Home
Mary Berjanski-"To Mary Witli Love"
XVe'll send you roses rare
And yet with you, none can compare.
Adele Brown--"You've Got Something"
A sweeter girl we cannot find
VVhy must you leave our school behind?
Journal Staffg Vice President Home Roomg German Clubg Orchestra B
Margaret Burkus-"A Pair of Dimples'
With her gay, entrancing smile,
Her dimples shine all the while.
Hall Patrolg journal Staffg Picture Committeeg German Club
john Caruso-"just Driftin' Along"
He's a gentleman of easeg
He's the kind we like to tease.
Richardson Courtney-'The Gentleman Obviously Doesn't Believe"
At a girl he never flickers an eye,
Can it be that this young man is shy?
Hermoine Goldstein-"De Lovely"
She's the sweetest girl to be found in the land,
All Don juans eat righ't out -of her hand.
Hall Patrol, Picture Committee, Stage Make-Up Club, Journal Staff.
Betty Grove-"You're Slightly Terrific"
She's a combination of everything that's fine,
Every fellow whispers, "I wish that girl were mine."
Hall Patrol, Flower Committee, Senior Play, President of Home Room,
Leaders' Club, Basketball '34, '35, Volleyball '34, '35, '36, Soccer '34.
David Henderson-"When He's the President"
Brilliancy we apply to you,
VVithout a doubt. you're one of the few.
Hall Patrol, Lunch Patrol, Class Secretary, Journal Staff, President of
Home Room., Rifle Club, Orchestra A.
Dorothy Hudson-"Five Foot Two, Eyes of Blue"
The smile we prize
Lingers in her eyes.
Ring Committee, Hock-ey '34, Basketball '34, '35, '36, Volleyball '34,
Edward Jackson-"He's Happy When He's Hiking"
To be hiking on the trail
Is the joy of this young male.
Hall Patrol, Business Service Guild, Home Room Secretary.
Ernest Kerekes-"You're Our Best Bet"
It's a shame you have to go,
We did enjoy knowing you so.
Secretary-Treasurer of Home Room, Band A.
He's a lovable and loyal pal,
We have admired him and always shall.
Hall Patrol, Senior Play Cast, Clerk of Elections.
joseph Mariano-"He Likes Bananas"
Calblbages and onions hurt his singing tones
He likes bananas because they have no bones.
Song Committee, Senior Play Cast, Male Chorus.
Emmajean Mastascusa-"Dark Eyes"
That smile in your eyes
Is something we prize.
Barbara McCreight-"You're Too Good To Be True"
You're just like dynamite in a crowd-
Is such perfection really allowed?
Hall Patrol, Ring Committee, Senior Play Cast, Home Room Vice Presi-
dent, Astronomy Club, Chemistry Assistants' Club.
Helen Meier-"One in a Million"
You're so generous and kind
Girls like you are hard 'to find.
Business Service Guild, Foreword Staffg journal Staff, Bulletin Clerk,
Volleyball '36, Basketball '36, Mushball '36.
William Pocklington-"Hand in Glove"
He's so tall, and oh! so sweet,
just the kind we like to meet.
Howard Reinhard-"You've Gotta Be A Football Hero"
That fellow can certainly carry the ball,
I guess tl1at's why for him the girls fall.
Flower Committee: Green Key Club, Football '34, '35, '36, Basketball '34,
'35, '36, '37.
Sylvester Siegel-"Papa Tree Top Tall"
Over six feet two,
He's the pride of Tilbury Avenue.
Hall Patrol, Student Court, Senior Play Cast, Home Room Secretary-
Treasurerg Current Topic Club, Model Airplane Club, Cross Country
Team '35, '36.
Harry Solenday-"Our Best Friend"
VVhether we're up or whether we're down to the end,
We can depend upon him, Our Best Friend.
Hall Patrol, Sigma Iota.
Gayle Taylor-"Sweetest Girl This Side of Heaven"
Any more like you at home?
For if 'there are, we'll never roam.
Hall Patrol, Journal Staff, Secretary-Treasurer of Home Room: Volley-
ball '35, '36, Mushball '35, '36,
Edgar Wertheimer-"Through the Years"
In Colfax and Wightmian he was liked by all.
Even in Allderdice the girls still fall.
Hall Patrol, Senior Play Cast, Sigma Iota: Band Ag Senior Swimming
'34, '35, '36.
Jane Willman-"A Treat for the Eyes"
SEhe's beautiful and she shows it.
She's wonderful and we know it.
Basketball '34, '35g Volleyb-all '34, '35,
'36g Hockey '34.
Woodrow Wilson-"You're the Cure for What Ails Us"
Your smile never fails us,
You're the cure for what ails us.
Social Committeeg Program Committeeg Class Day Committee Senior
Class Play Castg Type Clubg Biology Clubg Short XVave Clubg Orchestra A
Evelyn Wood-"You're Everything Sweet"
You're a rose in bloom,
You're a rare perfume.
Business Service Guildg Hockey '36g Basketball '36g Mushball 36
Frances Zewe-"A Star Fell Out of Heaven"
A miracle has happened, as they sometimes do,
A star fell out of heaven, and turned out to be you.
Student Councilg Business Service Guildg Girls' Chorale.
Mr. Blitz - Report Teacher
President .................... ..........
Vice President ......
Student Council .....
Eddie Duchin-"Ten magical fin
gers of radio."
Male Chorusg Assistant Manager of Opera "Hansel and Gretel Hall
Patrolg Special Eastern Music Conference Chorus.
Voice of Experience-"A word to
Hall Patrolg Lunch Patrol.
Ted Husing-"An exercise a day k
Journal Staffg Christmas Card Commi
Intra-Mural Mushball '36g Class B-aske
the wise is sufficient.
eeps the doctor away.
tteeg Bandg Little German Band
tball '36g Track '35,
oe Cook-"Laugh and the world laughs with you."
Class Playg Activities Boardg Presiden
the Green Keyg Senior Judge of the Stu
'35, '36g Ring Committee '36.
t of the Hi-Yg Vice Presldent of
dent Courtg Journal Staff Band A
Beatrice Lillie-"She keeps the gladness in your heart."
Hall Patrol, Journal Staffg Picture Committeeg Type Clubg Chess Club.
Lady Esther-"Be kind to your face. Make-up is the rage."
Art Clubg Sigma Iotag Volleyball '35,
Phil Baker-"1 got double trouble."
Ring Committeeg Stunt Day Committee.
Harriet Hilliard--"Soft-throated nightingale of the air."
Hall Patrolg Journal Staffg Vice President of Home Room '36g Girls'
Senior Leaders Club '35, '36g Hockey '35, '36g Basketball '35, '36,
Frank Buck-"Bring A's back alive."
Motto Cheer Committeeg Class Playg Band A3 Orchestra: Intramural
Basketball Champs '35g Intramural Nlushball Champs '36g Chess Clubg
Track '34, '35, '36.
Gracie Allen-"I don't get it."
Senior Play Castg Stage Make-Upg -lournal Staffg Volleyball '36,
Cantor-"Girls, you'd love to spend an hour with him.'
Class Playg Chess Clubg Biology Club.
Mary Livingston-"VVittier than wit."
Senior Play Cast, Library Clubg Volleyball '35, '36g Mushball '35, '36.
Molly-"The life of the party."
Hall Patrolg Basketball '35g Volleyball '35g Red Cross Club.
Myrt-"Two's companyg three's a crowd."
Flower Couimitteeg Hall Patrolg Soccer '34g Mushball '34, '35g Hockey
Fred Astaire-"Dancing his way to fame."
Business Service Guildg Class Play.
Beetle--"There's always a jester in the crowd."
Patsy Kelly-"A package of sunshine and flowers."
Hall Patrolg journal Staffg Mushball '35.
Helen Jepson-"Silver voiced prima donna of the air."
Hall Patrol, Class Play, Voice Ag Swimming '35, Mushball '35, Basket-
James VVallington-"Gift of Gab."
Captain of Hall Patrol, Motor Clu'b.
Leopold Stokowski-"Music fit for a king."
Student Councilg Band A.
Bottle-"And then the cork blew off."
Helen Magidson ,
Elsie Janis-"The one and only woman announcer."
Home Room Presidentg Senior Lcarlers Club, Social Committee, Activities
Boardg Basketball '33, '34, '35, '36g Volleyball '34, '35,
Tony Lombardo-"Kind, thoughtful, and full of rhythm."
Marge-"'I'wo's companyg three's a crowd."
German Club, Soccer '34g Mushball '35, Hockey '36.
Betty McCauley P
Betty Crocker-"The way to a man's heart is through his stomach."
Hall Patrolg Girl Reserves, Library C.ubg Basketball '34g Volleyball '34,
Soccer '35, Mushball '35.
Frank Parker-"Cnr singing Don juan."
Senior Class Play, Foreword Stafig Picture Committee, Green Key, Hi-Vg
Activities Board, Journal Staffg Voice Group Ag Swimming '32, '33, '34,
'35, '36, Gym Team '31, '32,
David Myer l
Milton Reichj"Two messengers of cheer and laughter."
Hall Patrol, Stamp Club, Band, Math Crlubg Door Patrolg Basketball
Manager, Intramural Basketball Champs '35, Intramural Mushball
Champs '34, '35,
Stamp Club: Math Clubg Intramural Basketball Champs '35: Intramural
Mushball Champs '34, '35.
Ma Perkins-"Always willing to help."
Business Service Guildg Foreword Staffg Journal Stalfg Creative VVriting:
Hall Patrolg Class Play Castg Basketball '34, '35, '36g Mushball 134, '35.
'36g Hockey '35, '36.
Parkyakarkusg"Th-ere's one who can park his carcass anywhere and
Hall Piatrolg Lunch Patrolg Cross Country Team '56.
Ken Murraym"Dry Humor."
Hall Patrolg Hi-YQ Tennis '35, '36g Swimming '35, '36g Male Chorusg
Secretary-Treasurer of Report Roomg Class Play.
Uncle Ezra-"Kind word for everyone."
Door Patrolg Lunch Patrolg Intramural Basketball '35g Intramural Mush-
ball 234, '35g Stamp Clubg Band Ag Hall Patrol.
Andy Brown-"Lazy Bones."
Green Keyg Hi-Yg Hall Patrolg Class Playg Swimming Team 34, '36,
.Ian Peerce--"The voice we all enjoy hearing."
Captain of Hall Patrolg Lunch Patrolg Group Ag All-City High School
Chorusg Class Playg Penmanship Clubg Male Chorusg Special Eastern
Music Conference Chorus. -
Mr. Phillips - Report Teacher
President ....................... ............. R uth Longenecker
Vice President ...... ................. W ilbur Starr
Secretary ............. ..................... D oris Lundy
Student Council ..... ........ M ary Louise Hawkins
Stan Laurel-"Babes in the Woods"
Jesse Matthews--"It's Love Again"
Business Servic-e Guildg Make-up Club.
H Cesar Romero-"Three Musketeersn
Lunch Patrolg Interclass Basketball.
Lyda Roberti-"College Rhythm"
Secretary of Le Cercle Francais.
Kay Francis-"VVhite Angel"
Journal Staffg Stage Make-up Clubg Opera.
Fred Cirilli '
Leo Carillo-"Gay Desperadou
Lun-ch Patrolg Crafts Clubg Rifle Club.
Simone Simon-"Girls' Dormitory"
Hall Patrolg Senior Play Castg Crafts Clubg Volleyball '34, '35g Soccer
'34g Hockey '36,
Nelson Eddy-"Rose Marie"
Motto and Cheer Committeeg Christmas Card Committeeg Home Room
Vice Presidentg Orchestra Ag String Quartet.
Paul Robeson-"Show Boat"
Andy Devine-"Big Game"
Senior Play Castg Home Room Secretaryg Astronomy Clubg Football '35.
'36g Basketball ,34g Swimming '33, '35, '36,
Irene Dunne-K'Theodora Goes Wild"
Mary Louise Hawkins
Nova Pilbeam-"Nine Days a Queen"
Student Councilg H-all Patrolg Foreword Staflg journal Staffg Red Cross
Clubg Library Olulbg Junior Chorusg Volleyball '34, '35g Hockey '35,
Four Marx Brothers-"A Day at the Race Track"
Joan Crawford-"Love on the Runn
Business Service Guildg Sigma lotag Tennis '36.
Martha Raye-"Hideaway Girln
Business Service Guilclg Make-up Clubg Volleyball '34.
Class Day Committeeg Civic Tests.
Mary Louise Little
- Jeannette MacDonald-"Rose Marie"
journal Swtaifg Mak-e-up Clubg Red Cross Clubg Opera.
Aline M3CMHllOll-iiCJ'llC XVay Passagel'
Myrna Loy-"The Great Ziegfeldu
Lunch Patrolg journal Stafig Ring Committee: Senior Playg Home Room
Presidentg Type Clubg Quartetg Girls' Chorale.
Social Committeeg Senior Play Castg Home Room Secretaryg Microscope
Clubg Latin Clubg Volleyball '35,
Dick Powell-"Stage Struck"
Victor lVlacLaglen--"Magnificent Brute"
Senior Blay Castg Stage Crewg Sigma Iotag Football '34, '35, '36g Basket-
ball ,36g Intramural Musliball.
Edward G. Robinson-"Bullets or Ballots"
Hall Patrolg Chess Clubg Book Room Clulbg Band B.
Frank MiCl'ILlgll-ii'lSlll'CC Men on a Horse"
Hall Patrolg journal Stafig French Clubg Cross Country '34, '35,
Joan Blondell-"Stage Struck"
Hall Patrolg Crafts Clubg Soccer '34.
Hall Patrol: Home Room President.
Gliver Hardy-"Babes in the Wfoodsn
Hall Patrol: Senior Play Cast: Home Room Vice President: Penmanship
Club: Football '34, '35, '36,
Spanky lXlacFarland-"Our Gang"
Home Room President: Cheer Leader '35: Gym Team '33, '34,,'35.
Rubinoff-"Thanks a Million"
Orchestra A: String Quartet.
janet Gaynor-"Small Town Girl"
Hall Patrol: journal Staff: Home Room Secretary.
Mr. Colburn - Sponsor
President ..................... ................. Loretta Sims
Vice President ...... ...... G eorge Mycoff
Secretary ................. ........ A nne XVitt
Student Council ...... ........ S elma Sigal
Frank Alexander in first position
Holds radio as his highest ambition.
Flower Committee: Vice President of Short Wave Club.
Some think Jack is "Alley Oop"--
Does he really go with that savage troop?
Lunch Patrol: Picture Committee: Rifle Club.
Mary Agnes Andres
Mary Andres as you may see
Has already received her M. A. degree.
Business Service Guild: Volleyball: Mush-ball.
VV-eary and worn with the long night's cares
Bowlus finds solace in Allderdice chairs.
Hall Patrol: Basketball: Track-interclass: Volleyball.
Sweet strains of music fill the air
VVhen B-etty Bradley's there.
Business Service Guildg Play Castg President of Home Roomg Chemistry
Assistants Clubg Band.
Our jolliest senior is Harry Brown
Full of ambition and likes to clown.
Voice .135 Biasketballg Track4interclassg Volleyball.
To Leon Cagle we say "Hurrayl'!
Did you see him sporting that great big "A".
Hall Patrolg Football.
For sports Ruth Caldwell is so keen
She's been the captain of many a team.
Astronomy Clubg lied Cross Clubg Basketballg Volleyballg Trackg Mush-
Ruby Chesney, another sweet lass,
VVe proudly call the belle ol our class.
Lunch Patrolg Business Service Ciuildg journal Staflg Library Clubg Pen-
manship Clubg Volleyballg Ho-ckeyg Type Club.
May Rosemarie with honors pass
D'Angelo of the graduating class.
Business Service Cuildg liulletin Stallg Creative XVriting Clubg Volleyball
Fred Edstrom's position is really new,
He once was the sheriff of 462.
Vice President of Home Room: Chemistry Assistants Club.
Hollywood not only is able,
For 462 has its own Catherine Gable.
Vice President of Home Roomg Secretary-Treasurer ol Home Roomg
Madam Defarge is very fitting
To describe Rose Green who sits there knitting.
Library Club: Hall Patrol.
If Edward Henning had a date,
l'll bet that he would get there late.
Hall Patrolg Basketball.
"Hutchy's,' plump and full of fun,
And on every occasion hands out a pun.
Hall Patrolg Rifle Club.
Billy Kern has eyes of blueg
Oh, my girls, when he looks at you!
Lunch Patrolg Play Castg Biology Clubg Chemistry Assistants Club.
A bashful lad is our john Kyle
But he surely has a winning smile.
Hall Patrolg President of Home Room.
Florence Levkoy likes to dance
Come on, boys, her-e's your chance.
Stage Make-up Clubg French Clubg Red Cross Clubg Library Club.
Boris Limsi, that's a pip-
Vifhat you wear on your upper lip.
Hall Patrolg Lunch Patrolg Play Castg junior Art Clubg Senior Art Club
Model Airplane Club.
Genevieve Morgan, a Wiz shall be,
Because sheis miastered stenography.
Business Service Guildg Social Committeeg Mushballg Hockey.
George Mycoff sees over us all
Because he is so very tall.
Vice President of Senior Class.
Stanley P-erlman's rather small
But it's brains that count after all.
Vice President ot Home Roomg Secretary of Home Roomg Orchestra.
Sylvia Portnoy has curly hair
Around her pretty face so fair.
French Clulbg Sigma Iota.
Morton Reifer with drum and fife
lfVill rattle along his way through life.
Lunch Patrolg Stunt Day Com-mitteeg Bfandg Football Managerg Cheer
leaderg Hall Patrol.
VVho's the girl whose last n-ame is Rice?
It's Marcelle, and she's awfully nice.
Business Service Guildg Vice President of Home Roomg Sig1na Iota Club
Tennisg Volleyballg Basketball.
John Savulak, what did you do
To get put out of 462?
Gym Teamg Swimming Teamg Lunch Patrol.
Pauline Schlessinger is gay all the time.
Not to like her is a crime.
Hall Patrolg Play Castg I-Iockeyg Basketballg Volleyball.
Ruth Shapiro set a goal
Always to make the honor roll.
Vice President of Home Roomg French Clubg Stage Make-up Clubg jour
Esther Shelton is such a quiet type,
Tlhat's why I don't know what to write.
Lunch Patrolg Picture Committeeg Senior Play Castg Special Art Club
H-ockeyg journal Staff.
Eleanor Siff is an artist quite gifted
But to rhyme with this line her name should be Siflttedj.
Hall Patrolg Lunch Patrolg Christmas Card Committeeg Senior Art Club
Sigma Iotag Volleyballg Mushball. '
In class-es Selma 'takes special care,
She's incessantly combing her lovely hair.
Student Councilg Hall Patrolg Business Service Guildg Sigma Iotag Tennis
Basketballg Volleyballg Mushball.
Loretta Sims is really quite willing,
To add to that her poetry is thrilling.
President of Home Roomg Voice B5 Volleyball.
Frank Sipper is a quiet lad
For that, Mr. Colborn is certainly glad.
Hall Patrolg Lunch Patrol.
Jean drapes herself around the tree
And makes it look quite "Tinsley",
Song, Motto, and Cheer Committeeg French Clubg Volleyballg Math-
"Tony" Tozzi should hear the girls rave
About his hair with its beautiful wave.
Lunch Patrolg Hall Patrolg Volleyballg Intramural Mushballg Basketballg
Nathan VVeclner may always be seen
VVinning medals for our gym team.
Hall Patnolg Secretary oi Home Roomg Astronomy Clubg Marionette Clubg
Little Anne is a VVitt,
That's the reason she makes a hit. V
Business Service Guildg Ring Committeeg Secretary oi Home Roomg Rifle
Clubg Creative Writing Clubg Chemistry Assistants Clubg Volleyballg
Mushballg Type Club.
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I know thou art gone to the home of thy rest-
Then why should my sou-1 be so sad?
I know thou art gone where the weary are blest,
And the mourner looks up, and is gladg
I know thou hast drunk of the lethe that flows
In a land where they do not forget,
That sheds over memory only repose,
And takes from it only regret.
Thomas Kiwbhle Hervey-I Know Thou Art GUIIU
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Dear boy, you died a 1nartyr's death,
A smile, and then that awful crash,
It closed your eyes, it stole your breath,
The flames, alive, were like a lash.
You'll never know, dear friend, the pain
Your fate has caused us all to feelg
One day with us, the next day-gone!
It is, and yet, it can't be real.
VVe cherish memories you left,
We think of all the many joys,
Before you left us all bereft,
,Mid pleasures we have shared as boys.
And so, dear one, though you are gone,
The world is better for your stayg
Your voice, your laugh, with everyone
Remains though you are far away.
In Remembrance of Earl Bradley Welfer-My' dearest friend-Jack Reed
JUNE CLHSS UHGHHIZHTIUII
President ........A,.. .,,.....,...A.......,......,. W allace McClean
Vice President ,..,.. ...A.,.. A llan Holbrook
Secretary ..,...... .....4., A rthur Frankston
Miriam Amidur, Alexander Bassett. Leah Brown, John Campbell, Lillian
Davis, Helen Epstein. Alice Furlong. Mary Agnes Furlong, Ruth
Goldenson, Robert Hamilton, Allan Holbrook, Mary Hughes, Jane Hughes,
Freda Jaffe, Nitta Johnson, Sol Freedman, Barbara King, Betty Larson,
Eleanor Leach, Millard Levy, Margaret Maclachlan, ,Esther Marcuson,
Shirley Meyers, Marjorie Nichols. Adelee Paris, Grace Pickard, John
Perry, Herbert Reich, Charles Reid. Ethyl Sapper, Richard Steele, David
Spiegel, Edna Stewart, Joan Strassburger. Edward VVeinberger, Harriet
VVertkin, Priscilla VVright.
Helen Epstein, Virginia Huber, Mary Hughes, Margaret Maclachlan.
Shirley M-eyers, Charles Reid, Howard Silverman, Richard Steele, Margaret
Townsend, Priscilla VVright.
Mildred Allison, Edwin Bankson, Lucy McDonnell, Cecilia Howley, Myron
Lefkowitz, Adele Mallinger, VVilliam Rock, Richard Vockel, John VVhalen.
Fred Amsler, Nancy Barnett, lXlarjorie Barun, XVinifred Blackhall, Frieda
Diamond, Tom Hart, Rudolph Janata, Betty Markle, Gardner Robertson,
VVillard Coughenour, Wilbur Euston. Jerry Hahn. Edna Jones, John
M-cConn1on, Albert Nemenz, Virginia Ray, Edwin Sable, Willianl Sarraf,
Bill Stewart, Elliot Sadja.
VVilliam Artz, Martha Barker, Arthur Cantel, Mary Hilda Fagan, Sam
Hamilton, Edyth Liss, Jean Miller, John Patterson, Betty Stewart, Rita
First Row-fLeft to Righty Jean Abrams, Esther Lee Albert, Alex Alexandroff, Ronald
Griffith Allen, Dorothy Maria Allison.
Second Row-Mildred Lois Allison, Miriam Paula Amdur, Frederick Demmler Amsler,
Rosalie Frances Andolina, Samuel Aronson.
Third Row-Margaret Anna Artim, William Artz, Elizabeth T. Aschman, Marian Theresa
Aschman, Ann Averbach.
Fourth Row-Charles Daniel Baker, joseph G. Balogh, Ellis Edwin Bankson, Irwin Barker,
Fifth Row-Nancy jean Barnett, Alexander K. Bassett, Marjorie Helen Beeson, Helen P.
Behum, Donald Alvin Benjamin,
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First Row-fLeft to Righty Renee Bennett, Clifton Alfred Benscoter, Eileen Marie Bible,
Winifred Georgina Blackhall, Fern E. Blackham.
Second Row-Mildred Bluestone, Esther Alexandria Borkowski, Martha Bowser, William
Thomas Bradley, Marjorie C. Braun.
Third Row-Louis Broad, Jeanette R. Brody, Allen I. Broff, Donald Brown, Leah Brown.
Fourth Row-Shirley Mae Brown, Estelle M. Bryer, Robert M. Caldwell, John Gowan
Campbell, Arthur Cantle.
Fifth Row-Anthony Alphonse Carrola, Margaret Virginia Cauffield, john Fred Chart,
Sadie Mary Chek, John Thomas Cherubim.
First Row-CLeft to Rightj Rosallia Rhea Chussitt, Mary Agnes Cobb, Alvin Harvey
Cohen, Devera Cohen, Dorothy T. Cohen.
Second Row-Anita Helen Cohn, Robert Dean Coleman, james Conway, Alfred R. Cord,
Third Row-Willard Palmer Coughenour, Jennie Ann Coury, William Richard Cray,
Harry Walter Currin, Louis Sylvester Curto.
Fourth Row-Harry Daniels, Lillian Davis, Fern Dawson, john Whiteman Dawson,
Agnes Gertrude Degnan.
Fifth Row-Betty May DeHaven, Paul Deutsch, Frieda Ruth Diamond, Robert Charles
Dickman, Harry DiPietro.
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First Row-fLeft to Righty joseph G. Dolgos, John Francis Donovan, Harriet Beatrice
Dorfan, Pressly Richard Dowler, Helen J. Driscoll.
Second Row+Thom.as Gray Duff, Caroline Louise Dunn, Christina Dunnett, William
Kenneth Durst, Elmer Ellsworth Dyer.
Third Row-Thelma Dym, John Dzura, Jr., jean Ebert, Albert Francis Eckert, Jerome
Fourth Row-May Atwood Emery, Helen S. R. Epstein, Margaret Erdeky, William M.
Estu, Wilbur Thomas Euston.
Fifth Row-Margaret Evank, Mary Hilda Fagan, Jennie Feller, janot Fenton, john
First Row-QLeft to Rightj Roger Sherman Findley, jr., Richard Alden Finkel, Norman
Bud Fisher, Charles W. Flading, Arthur Frankston.
Second Row-Sol P. Freedman, Dorothy Helen Frost, Alice V. Furlong, Mary Agnes
Furlong, Vincent J. Galardi.
Third Row-Alma Alice Gardner, Alta Theressa Gardner, Eleanor Van Tyne Garrett, Irvin
Gerson, Eleanor Gesregan.
Fourth Row-Daniel O. Gittings, Jr., Edward Leonard Glick, Shirley Ruth Golden, Sara
Ruth Goldenson, Bert M. Goldman.
Fifth Row-Edwin A. Golomb, Margaret X. Goodman, Helen Bell Griffiths, Alvin J. Gross,
First Row-fLeft to Righty Jerome Hahn, Robert D. Hamilton, Sam J. Hamilton, Paul
Morgan Harding, Jr., Thomas M. Hart.
Second Row-Clara Ruth Hecht, Albert L. Helquist, Herman LeMar Hennessy, Harry
Wolf Herman, Elsie Ida Hewitt.
Third Row-John Earl Hinish, Jr., Sophie Margaret Hobiai, Bertha Mae Hoffman, David
S. Hoffman, Harry Roberts Hoge.
Fourth Row-E. Allen Holbrook, Jr., Morriss Fulton Holcomb, Eleanor M. Holzer, Cecilia
Frances Howley, Virginia L. Huber.
Fifth Row-Jane Audrey Hughes, Mary Scott Hughes, Raymond Edward Hutzler, Robert
Morris Jacobson, Freda B. Jaffe.
First Row-fLeft to Rightj June M. Jamison, Rudolph Janata, jr., Henrietta jasper, Paul
David johns, Reginald Hall Johnson, Jr,
Second Row-Nitta jo Johnston, Edna Johnston Jones, Miriam Kalson, Ruth Kamin,
Elizabeth W. Kamman.
Third Row-Elise W. Kann, Mary Margaret' Kasko, Daniel Hugh Keller, Eugene Seymour
Kerber, Ruth Eleanor Kern.
Fourth Row-Margaret Elizabeth Kerr, Barbara jean King, Frank Kitzmiller, jr., Shirley
Klein, Robert Morrow Knox.
Fifth Row--Elizabeth Kohlmyer, :TfMargaret Korchak, Karl Reynolds Kortlandt, Fred Lee
Kovacs, Milton C. Krantz.
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First Row-CLeft to Righty Bernice Joan Kravetz, julius Emanuel Kruman, Frederick W.
Kuhn, Jane Louise Lachowicz, Florence Lois Laird.
Second Row-Thomas V. Laird, jr., Elizabeth Ellen Larson, Robert james Lauer, Margaret
Anne Lavine, Genevieve M. Lawlor.
Third Row-Eleanor Louise Leach, Jack Leedy, Morris Lebowitz, Myron Lefkowitz,
Fourth Row-Annette Janet Levine, Lucille Levine, june Levinson, Louise Gertrude
Levinson, Sophie Levinson.
Fifth Row-Millard L. Levy, Bill Lewis, Bernard S. Lindenberg, Edythe Anne Liss,
Ralph Locker. D
First Row-1Left to Rightj Selwyn Lewis Loeb, Paul C. London, Violet Rosaline London,
Mary jane Lovas, Raymond S. Lubet.
Second Row-Grace Helen Lutz, Robert Dittman Lyle, Richard William Lynch, Jacqueline
H. Lyon, Margaret jean Maclachlan.
Third Row-Adele Mallinger, Shirley Geraldine Mandell, William Ellsworth Marbaker,
Francis B. Marburger, Bernice Marcus.
Fourth Row-Esther Siivia Marcuson, Louise Naomi Mlargolis, Robert N. Marguglio,
Elizabeth Larimer Markle, Elaine W. Mlarks.
Fifth Row-E. Myron Marks, Jr., Adeline Frances Mazzei, Dorothy Ruth McCarney,
Wallace English McC1ean, Floyd McClintock.
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First Row-QLeft to Rightj john Steel McConnon, Myles McConnon, jr., Louise Meredith
McCullough, Lucy Blanche McDonnell, Mary jane McKee.
Second Row-Jane McKenzie, Elizabeth Marie McNiff, Marguerite Jane Metzger, Shirley
Paula Meyers, Anita S. Miggantz.
Third Row-Charles Frederick Miller, Jeanne R. Miller, Solly Moldover, Rita J.
Molyneaux, Anna Marie Monahan.
Fourth Row-Calvin Jay Morgan, Ralph Moses, Robert John Mrosek, Foster C. Mutimer,
Marshall Lee Neaves.
Fifth Row-Albert Wilhelm Nemenz, Myrille Nevins, Marjorie Nichols, Karl E. Niedziela,
Howard F. Noble.
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First Row-fLeft to Righty Marjorie Anne Norris, Irving Novick, Albert Nusbaum,
Donald A. O'Connor, Mary Catherine O'Connor.
Second Row-Florence Betty Oestreicher, Ben Orringer, Frederick M. Orringer, Katherine
Inez Owens, Martha Lee Owens.
Third Row-Harold A. Packard, jr., Adelee M. Paris, William H. Parker, jr., john
William Patterson, jr., Leon Paul.
Fourth Row-Herbert Morris Paull, ReVera Perlman, Seymour Murray Perlut, John T.
Perry, William Clyde Peters.
Fifth Row-Wilbur E. Pflaum, Grace Lenore Pickard, Sara Pittler, Zelma E. Pittler,
Sherman W. Pochapin.
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First Row-1Left to Rightj Earle Martin Port, King Powell, john Radvak, Katherine
Virginia Ray, Patricia S. Reber.
Second Row-Annetta N. Recht, Herbert Herman Reich, Charles Allen Reid, jr., Hazel
Frances Reilly, Sylvia Maude Reno.
Third Row-Janet, Rice, Metro Ridosh, Grace Edith Rizzo, Gardner Noyes Robertson,
Fourth Row-Ruth Rosen, Margery J. Rosenberg, Goodman E. Rosenfield, Adele Betsy
Ross, Robert Clarence Rowse.
Fifth Row-Mary jane Royer, Mary Louise Rua, Lee S. Ruslander, Jr., Edwin Leroy Sable,
First Row-CLeft to Righty Elliott Daniel Sadja, Nathan Safyan, George Meixner Sanner,
jr., Ethel jean Sapper, William Bruce Sarraf.
Second Row-Paul J. Scally, Miriam L. Schaffel, Mary Linforth Schmeltz, Mary Gertrude
Schmidt, Frederick W. Schwartz, jr.
Third Row-Sara Seder, jean Seibel, Ruth Lilyan Shapiro, Louise Marie Sheehan, Frank
Fourth Row'-Dorothy J. Sherman, Eugene Shore, Dorothy H. Elaine Shuback, Dorothy
Elaine Siegel, Howard Allen Silverman.
Fifth Row-Joseph Alex Simonyak, Charles joseph Simpson, joseph Donald Simpson,
Harry Slifkin, Ella Virginia Small.
First Row-QLeft to Righty Mary Ann Smith, Olga Mae Smith, Ray C. Smith, Mary
Elizabeth Sommers, Florence Irene Sondecker,
Second Row-David Spiegel, Alfred J. Spitz, Katherine Mary Stack, Katheryn M. Stack,
Richard K, Steele.
Third Row-Susannah Stevenson, Betty Kirke Stewart, Edna B. Stewart, William J.
Stewart, Marjorie Valerie Strain.
Fourth Row-Joan Strassburger, Betty Jane Streng, John Sullivan, Robert J. Sully, Helen
Fifth Row-'Sidney Syna, Edward O. Tabor, Jr., Lillian D. Task, Pearl Teglassy, Paul
First Row-fLeft to Righty Lillian M. Thomka, Cora Etta Thorne, Howard Robert
Tippett, Margaret Ellen Townsend, Bernard Emanuel Tracht.
Second Row-Harry W. Twigger, Steven A. Varga, Frank Vecchio, Pauline Vereb,
Victoria Marian Viviano.
Third Row-Richard Landis Vockel, Friedrich Albert Wagner, Jack Walters, Marguerite
M. Walton, Irving Arnold Wechsler.
Fourth Row-Edward Weinberger, Helen Elizabeth Weinert, Harriet Wertkin, john F.
Whalen, Charles Francis White.
Fifth Row-Harry Robert White, Mary Marjorie Wible, Rita Lee Williams, James Wise,
M orton Herbert Wolk.
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First Row-fLeft to Rightj Kenneth Paul Woods, Margaret Jane Wragg, Priscilla
Bromley Wright, Ervene Mary Yeloushan, Alexander Yeschenko.
Second Row-Sonia Zabarenko, Michael Zihal, Jean Smith.
Third Row-Raymond Cornwall, Madeline Pasekoff.
UNSELFISH SERVICE AWARD
Allen Holbrook Esther Marcuson
THE JUNE GRADUATING CLASS
John Priestlys Mystery-Comedy
Production directed by Miss Dorothy Ziegler
May 26 and 27, 1937
IN THE SCHOOL AUDITORIUM
Elsie Radfern ..............
Mrs. Lucy Baxley ........
Bernard Baxley ........
George Radfern .......
Harold Russ .........,......
Joe Fletter .......................
Mrs. Dorothy Radfern .........
Inspector Stack ..............
Sergeant Morrxs.. .............. .... , ......... ,........... ....................,..,......................,............,..,. .
The entire action
Orchestra ....... .......
Scene Design. ........ ..
Scenery Building .......
Wardrobe Mistresses ....... ...
Make Up ....
Draperies ..., . ..... ..............
Business ...,.. . ....... , ............. .. ....,...,.,................... . ................................ . ................ .
Publicity ......... .......,..................................................................
Stage Crew ............. Dan
fIn order of appearancej
Levinson, Harriet Dorfan
.............Elaine Marks, Barbara King
.........Devera Cohen, Edythe Liss
of the play takes place in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George
...................Miss Laura E. Zeigler
Freda Diamond, Wm. Marbaker
.......Miss Dollard, assisted by students
...Miss Beachler, Adele Mallingex
Miss Bard, assisted by students
Esther Marcuson, Louis Broad
Kel'er, manager, Bob Vogan, Byron Jorgensen, Robert Witt,
Wm. Hood, Clifton Benscoter, Theodore Sondecker,
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First Row-Miriam Amdur, Frederick Amsler, Alexander Bassett, Leah Brown, Harriet
Second Row-Mary Hilda Fagan, Arthur Frankston, Jerome Hahn, Rudolph Janata, Freda
Third Row-Seymour Kerber, Barbara King, Millard Levy, Esther Marcuson, Wallace
Fourth Row-Sherman Pochapin, Howard Silverman, Richard Steele, Edna Stewart,
Richard Vockel.-. , .Y K-f ,.,,, , V v ,V
LEHVES FHUHI THE IJIHRU UF
February 7, 1927
Didst arise early this morn in some trepidation of mind, this to be my first
day at the new schule, Very great frost, and I was much troubled by my
nose, which was very red and much swelled from the bitter cold, and was
taunted upon its size and color by two rifbald boys in my report room, whom
I did endeavor t-o ignore with most woful unsuccess. So home, and what
with one thing and another, totally unable to d-o my algebra, which is most
difficult, I having no gift for the mathematics. To bed late, being much
unsettled in mind as to whether to put my poor nose inside or outside of the
March 21, 1927
Prevailed upon this eve to attend the first gathering -of the Parent-Teacher
Association, where, with much bustle and to-do, Mistress Saul Lavine was
named as chairman with Mistress Robert jones taking down all that was
said Cmethinks this will cause embarrassment to some, who didst speak
hastily and without due judgment in the heat of the momentj. Home much
vexed that my mother was not elected, and so to bed.
April 1, 1927 .
Up betimes and did hasten to schule, forgetting of my breakfast, which I
repent much a little later, having hopes of having been chosen for the schule
paper, The Foreword, and, discovering to my disappointment that I was
not, proceeded to join a band of other malcontents and derive satisfaction
and revenge from claiming that as a newspaper, the Foreword was a good
April Fool Joke, 'although the first issue seems to bespeak no little talent.
Did hie myself home th-e fifth period Chaving been initiated into the de-
lightful practice called 'hookingij there to lbrood over my wrongs and de-
molish abit of meat to fill the vacancy caused by my lack of breakfast. Then
while searching for specimens of my moth:-:r's handwriting to copy an
excuse from didst discover some letters to her from old admirers and did
enjoy myself heartily for an hour until she discovered me. Sent to bed
supperless, but didst bribe my brother a shilling to bring me some victuals,
and enjoyed a most hearty repast. So to sleep.
Apni 29, 1927
Having been exceedingly disturbed in the night with the barking of a dog
of one of our neighbors that I could not sleep, for an hour or two, I slept
late, and so was tardy for schule. Didst receive most hearty reprimand from
my teacher for my laziness, which I did ignore most successfully. The first
honor roll being published today, I did search long for my name on it, and
rather to my expectations, did not find it. Home and the recipient of a
lecture as to a boy of my talents not making the honor roll being dis-
october 19, 1927
Although much wearied from schule this day, Qbeing awakened by a fire-
drill fifth period, and 'being unable to return to sleep again, remained in
that miserable state the last two periods contrary to muy usual customj. I did
sally forth to the opening of night school with some misgivings. Disgraced
myself by openly fand audiblyj sleeping during the dedication speech, but
ev-en through my weary haze, didst perceive that faculty and curriculum
show great promise of turning out graduates of a superior type.
February 10, 1928
Exceedingly happy today in that I have now entered my first day of Senior
high schule, indeed this is the first day of senior schule yet. I took great
joy in looking down the side of my nose at the lowly seventh and eighth
graders and making scornful remarks on their small stature, having just
discovered Cand rejoicing in the faotj that I a'm all of .five feet six inches
in height. Soon I am a man. Hath been observing a girl in my algebra
class now that I am grown up, and wishing for the nerve to smile at her,
but after making two or three sickly attempts followed by painful blushing
didst cease and leave the maid in peace. After that in pleasant discourse
with a friend who had observed my embarrassment and so home to sup and
after that to bed.
March 15, 1928
Up betimes, and, after much debate, the day being a 'lamb' day, ventured to
show my face in school, where I learned that we hath purchased a plot of
ground for our athletes to frolic upon. Didst in a burst -of enthusiasm for
mental aberrationj decide to join the band of Olympians, but a frantic
search disclosing no hirsute growth on my hope ch-est QI hath hopes it is a
chestj I didst retire as gracefully as possible, and so to bed.
This morn didst learn that a new sound system is in the process of instal-
lation in ye auditorium, where amubitious young actors will henceforth cause
the bones of Thespis to rattle dismally, and Ccausing still more dismal
tintinnabulationj sound movies will be shown, on rare occasions, it is feared.
S-o home and to bed.
September 27, 1929
Didst hie myself to the first football game this day fversus Carnegiej and
there didst sit in the rain and berate myself for a miserable idiot. Then
home neither knowing nor caring who won. After dinner my usual good
humor being restored I di-dst call up Coach Irvin to discover the victor,
but he, wise man, had stayed home and was as ignorant of the matter as I.
Didst sit by the fire a while and muse on the follies and foibles of man.
And so to bed.
Hath heard that ye Student Council prepareth a handbook for young
and bewildered students. It is to be commended for this philanthropic deed,
although I greatly fear that it sadly decreases the number of gullible "fresh-
ies" to be sent to the fifth floor, and the first floor annex by way of the
boiler room. Ah me, I groweth old.
Awoke this morning rather sad, this being the date of the first graduating
class of 45, myself being a member by rights of it but being misunderstood
by my teacher I am number 46, and therefore am to receive no sheepskin.
Had not told my parents previously, and after breakfast didst disclose the
matter to them. Whereupon ensued most miserable half hour. I was most
glad to escape on the plea of being needed at schule, whereupon my father
didst wax sarcastic. Worried no little at first, but soon regained my sunny
good nature on remembering that a pretty redhead who has attracted me
is still in schule also. And there is usually some solace to be found if one
looks for it. Didst attend a graduation party and afterwards to a friend's
house for the night, not wishing to face my parents just at present.
January 30, 1931
Up betimes, and didst hie myself to town, there to enjoy the new revue. Didst
round a' corner suddenly and upset Mr. Trimble, the architect who designed
the new annex, and falling into conversation with him, learne-d that William
and Hass, contractors hath completed that n-oble work this very day. S0
didst hasten to schule, there to petition for a room in the annex. The silence
Ccomparativej of the building was music to mine ears after the infernal
hammering and drilling that hath besieged me for the last few months. Was
summarily refused a new room, and indeed, nearly deprived of my old one
for not reporting to schule f-or fifteen days. CVVhich I did use t-o recover
from a math testj
February 17, 1933
This day when I didst attempt to push my pie in a tablemate's face at lunch,
I was gently and firmly refrained, and informed henceforth and f-orevermore
there shall be a monitor at the head of each table to preside benignly over
fellow students, and to restrain them from pie hurling, knife throwing, and
sundry other deeds frowned on by etiquette books. Didst retire into a fit
of sulks at this sad news, and was not able to smile again that day, except
seventh period when Coach Irwin didst fall in the swimming pool.
March 13, 1933
Upon arrival at ye old institution this morn didst learn of still another im-
provement in the lunch room. Ye B. of Ed. has had lunch ticket machines
put in to take the place of the old metal checks. Alas, 'tis sad. No longer
can I impress the girls with my wealth by clinking a pocketful of lunch
checks and keys together. So home and to bed, where I lay pondering,
f'What is to become of me?"
December 14, 1934 , I
Up betimes and fell to whistling in the shower for at long last the red
head in my report room hath shown some signs that the sight of me is no
longer more than mildly disagreeable to her. I shall attempt -to persuade
her to go out with me, when my worthy father hath restored me to his
favor. Upon arrival at schule didst learn that the august seniors have
deci-ded for future generations Qthat may not be so wise as theyj that from
now on sweet girl graduates and strong boy graduates shall clothe themselves
in mortanboards and gowns at Commencement.
September 12, 1935
Up betimes and so to schule, where I am rapidly becoming a fixture having
seen two graduating classes go past me. Much enjoying myself as I have
taken all the courses the schule offers and am repeating them now, which
I do with facility. Held much in awe by ninth graders who do approach
me with their pennies and beg the privilege of exchanging them for the
privilege of a handshake with me to bring them luck. I was twenty-two
today, and laughingly recalled that on entering senior high schule didst think
myself very much of a man. Didst go for a spin in my little roadster after
schule, and so home to bed, my favorite spot.
May 7, 1937
M-ost happy day. Called down to the office this morning, and upon enter-
ing in some fear and trembling was informed that for my ten years of
faithful service and loyalty I am to be given the 30 credits necessary for me
to graduate, and let out of schule this June, also there were hints of a
pension, if the schule board agrees to it. Didst hie myself to the neigh-
borhood confectionery and celebrate m-ost fittin-gly on 7 milkshakes, 11 ice
cream cones and 9 ice cream sodas. And so home, and to bed.
Miss Johnston - Sponsor
President .................................. ........... J ohn Campbeli
Vice President ....... .. ...... Louis Curto
Secretary ............... ..... E dna Jones
Student Council ....... ......... F reda Jaffe
Reporter ................................................ Edwin Golomb
Years ago groups did meet,
Important problems they did treat.
So in genial atmosphere
Our senior class has gathered here.
Here's a toast tothe one
Who's made school life such fun
That we all agree to dub
Our class "-lohnston's Coffee Clubn.
jean Dorothy Abrams
"Sophisticated ladyn suits our jean,
Slender, willowy-my, but she's keen!
Hall Patrol, Volleyball '34, '35, '36, '37g Soccer '36g Tennis '35, Dodge
Bat Ball ,34.
'Tis 8:45 in one-nineteen
And n-ot a sign of Esther is seen.
In she walks finally with nonchalant air,
A common occurren-ce, We all do declare.
French Clubg Driving Clubg T-ennis '35, '36g Paddle Tennis '34, Basketball
'34, Volleyball '34.
Tall, dark, handsome?
Tall, blond, handsome?
Hall Patrol, Lunch Check Machine, Driving Class, Stamp Club.
E. Edwin Bankson
He spends little time on idle chatter-
But concentrates on things that matter.
Lunch Patrol, Hall Patrol, Chess Club.
Red hair and fiery temper go 'together 'tis said-
Irwin lacks this temper, though his hair is fiery red!
Hall Patrol, Penmanship Clubg Orchestra.
1" wr l ' 'i'
Martha L. Barker
Please tell us,
Why the fellas
Are so zealous
Marjorie H. Beeson
Against Mlargie's disposition
WVe never have complaintg
It w-ould fulfill our ambition
If ours, too, were without taint.
Hall Platrolg Lunch Patrolg Current Event Clubg Microscope Clubg Red
Crossg General Business Trainin-g.
Marjorie C. Braun
From 'the top of her head
To th-e tip of her toes,
Margie is striking
In smart, snappy clothes.
Hall Patrolg Current Eventsg Soccerg Basketballg Tennis.
Shirley Mae Brown
Shirley has plenty of vigor and vim,
Brilliance enough to suit any prof's whim.
Hall Patrolg French Clubg Voice Ag Swimming '37,
john Gowan Campbell
john is the answer to a Latin prof's prayer,
For he translates Vergil with never a care.
Ring Committeeg Hall Patnolg journal Staffg President of Class.
john F. Chart
Fred is quite a carefree chap
In class he oiften 'takes a nap.
Lunch Patrolg Orchestra.
Louis S. Curto
In his friendly, genial way,
Lou makes new friends every day. A
Hall Patrolg Biology Clubg Vice Presidentg Cross Country ,33, '34g Base-
ball '37g Track '33.
A m-enlber of ll9's roll call-
Is this smiling, sports-loving Paul.
Hall Patrol '36, '37g junior Basketball and Soccer '33, '34,
Robert Charles Dickman
A likeable chap-a humorous Way,
,His favorite haunt--an old Chevrolet.
Hall Patrolg Mathematics Clubg Volleyballg Basketball-Intramural.
Thelma S. Dym
Thelma seeks a place
In the cinema skyg
With her vivid appearance,
Her star will set high.
Hall Patrolg Current Events Clubg Mathematics Clubg Soccer '35g Mush-
Richard A. Finkel
. Though Richard likes to quote--to remote,
As an amiable chap he gets our first vote.
Astronomy Clubg Scope Clubg German Clubg Model Airplane Clubg Cur-
rent Events Clwbg Swimmsing Team.
Everett F. Friend
"A Friend in ne-ed is a fri-end indeed."
Group A V-oiceg Male Chorus.
Mary Agnes Furlong
Mary is very quiet,
She rarely makes a soundg
Only her busily typing fingers
T-ell us that she's around.
Lunch Patrolg Business Service G-uildg Ornamental Penmanshipg Fore-
word Staffg journal Staffg Bulletin Staff.
Edwin A. Golomb
Of this man about town-
We could write a column,
But it suffices to say
That it's Eddie Golomb.
Lunch Patrolg Hall Patrolg Reporterg A 0fCilCS'if3Q Volleyball '37.
Eleanor M. Holzer
W-e al-1 agree that Eleanor is cute-
To add to this she plays the flute.
- Driving Clubg Orchestra Ag Volleyball '35, '36g Mushball '34,
Her likeable traits are many and varied,
Behold the activities Freda has carried.
Foreword Staffg Journal Staffg Student Councilg Girls Senior Leaders
Orchestra Ag Triog All-City Olrchestrag Tennis '36g Volleyball '33, '34, '35
'36g Basketball '35, '36.
Nitta jo johnston
Nitta has flashing dimples, 'tis rumored,
She displays them often for she's very good-humored.
Journal Staff, Hall Patrol, Foreword Staffg Art Club.
Simply full of pep and "go",
One we're really glad to know.
Hall Patrol, Rifle Clubg Class Secretary.
Thomas V. Laird, Ir.
He says his amlbition
Is "Just to get along"g
WVe'll say twenty years hence
He'll still be going strong.
Student Council '34g Golf '35,
His aim--M. D. QMedical Doctorj
Actuality-T. P. CTrombone Playerj
Personality-Q. T. CQuietj
Orchestra Ag Chess Club.
VVhen it comes to dancing
Says many a lass,
Arthur should certainly
Be head of the class.
Margaret jean Maclachlan
This jolly lass who has big brown eyes,
NValks off each year with 'the tennis prize.
Picture Committeeg Journal Staffg Senior Leadcrsg Microscope Clubg City
Tennis Championship '36, Mushball '34g So-ccer '34, '35, Swimming '36:
Volleyball '34, '35, '36, Basketball '34, '35, '36, '37.
Geraldine Shirley Mandell
As person, as fiddler, we think she's just keen,
Ain' intelligent miss of tall, stately mien.
Hall Patrolg Musicg Orchestra Ag All-City Orchestra, Trio, Tennis '34,
'35, Volleyball '34.
William E. Marbaker
When Bill forgets to finish a sentence
And his thoughts begin to float-
You can bet he's probably thinking
Of sailing in his boat.
Class Day Committee, Hi-Y, Orchestra C5 Swimming Team '34, '35, '36.
Stamp Clubg Chess Clubg Debate Clubg
Who is it?
By these simple facts
We know Lenny Sachs.
Hall Patrolg Band A.
If it's laughs you're looking for-
We propose you look up Shore!
Hall Patrolg Astronomy Clubg Bowling Clubg Band Ag Swimming 37
So w-ell his trombone
Does Harry play,
That he'll slide into
Astronomy Clubg Lunch Patrolg Band Ag
Jean is gaiety, pep, and fun,
Popularity rolled up in one.
Voice Ag Basketball '34, '35, '36, '37g Volleyball '34g Mushball 34 Soccer
Sidney Syna V
NVhen a tuba you see-
Wlhen an umplia you hear-
You know it's a "Syn-a"
That Sidney is near.
Hall Patrolg Band Ag All-City High Sc
Lillian M. Thomka
Combination-Organ and Lil.
hool Football Band
Class Secretaryg Group Bg Group A '37,
Chemistry, math or what have you?
There's very little Eddie can't do.
All-City High School Band
THE GEUGHHPHIU CEIITEH
Miss Jane McCandless - Sponsor
President ................................................ Richard Steele
Vice President ............. ...... F rieda Diamond
Secretary-Treasurer ....... ................... E lise KHIlH
Student Council .......... .... S herman Pochapin
Foreword Reporter ................................ Sol Freedman
VVe've had our studiesg
VVe've had our fung
How we'll miss youlf-
He's such a faithful friend to sleep
That school-work dates he cannot keep.
Automobile Clubg Swimming Team '37.
Alfred R. Cord '
Of musical knowledge, there's nothing Al lacksg
How grandly this young fellow toots on a sax!
Dorothy T. Cohen
Sweeter than sweet. nicer than nice,
If you were pie, I'd want a slice.
Hall Patrolg Senior Social Etiquette Clubg R-ed Cross Clubg Secretary-
Treasurer of Report Roomg Volleyball Team '34,
Harry W.. Currin
If your spirits have dropped right down to the floor:
There's no one like Harry to start them to soar.
Hall Patrolg VVood Shop Clubg Cooking Clubg Lunch Patrolg Airplane
Clubg Debate Clubg Gym Team.
Joseph G. Dolgos
He just loves adventure and wild escapadeg
His spirit's the kind from which heroes are made.
Service Guildg CrossVCountry '36, '37g Swimming '36, '37g Leaders '36, '37g
Frieda Ruth Diamond
Frieda is the cream of the cropg
It's girls like her who reach the top.
Foreword Staff: Hall Patrolg Lunch Patrolg Flower Committeeg Vice
President of Home Roomg Senior Social Etiquette Club.
A very sweet Miss, who is not very tall,
Her charm and attraction gain favor from all.
Red Cross Club, Girl Reserves, Volleyball Team '33g Dodge Bat Ball Team.
I-Ler chatter, chatter all the day,
Makes our teacher's hair turn grey.
Hall Patrol, Volleyball '34, '35, Mushball '35g Hockey Team.
Raven locks and saucy air,
For with her none can compare.
Hiall Patrolg Volleyball '35.
Norman Bud Fisher
Norman is l5l's tall clowng
His sharp, ready wit will gain him renown.
Hall Patrol, Bowling Club, Shakespferian Clubg Penmanship Clubg Cheer
Leader '35, Football '36, Swimming '37, Lunch Patrol.
Low deep voice, and a slow friendly smile,
Solis a boy who is quite worth while.
Hall Patrol, Foreword Staff, Journal Staff, Assistant Radio Sports Com-
VVhich is which, who is who,
Alta or Alma, which are you?
Hall Patrol, Basketball 335, '36g Volleyball ,36, '37, Tennis '36.
A girl, very shy and quite demure,
VVe all like her a lot, of that be sure.
Hall Patrol, Junior Chorus, 'Voice B5 Book Room Club, Bowling Club?
Round faced happy lad,
Une can't 'think of him as sad.
Boys' Cooking Clubg Astronomy Club, Microscope Club.
john E. Hinish
Football hero, strength to suitg
john sees red if he's called "cu'te".
Hall Patrol, Chorus Ag Male Chorus, Football '35, '36, '37,
Sophie M. Hobai
Chew! chew! went the little train,
And Sophie mimics with might and main.
Senior Etiquette Club.
David S. Hoffman
A quiet lad, with purpose strong,
In any field, heill get along.
Slide Rule Club.
Fred Astaire's double, if we may say,
lfVe wonder how she can dance that way.
Hall Patrol, Bowling Club, Orchestra, junior Chorus.
Elise W. Kann
She strolls around with pomp and flare,
NVith always a smile and never a care.
Rifle Team, Hall Patrolg Scrapbook Club, Tennis Team.
Margie has an efficient way
ln both her work and in her play.
Hall Patrolg Lunch Patrol, Debate Club, .French Club, Rifle Clubg Swim
ming '34, '35, Volleyball '34-.
Quiet and modest, a true friend,
She will be loyal to the very last end.
Hall Patrol, German Club.
john Steel MicConnon
A happy-go-lucky chap, a pleasant manner, too,
NVhen john and Myles go, I wonder what we'll do.
Lunch Patrolg Quartetg All-State Orchestra, Orchestra A.
Myles McConnon, Jr.
A brother to John, with the same attributes,
He's a chemistry student, for Colborn he roots.
String Quart-etg School Triog All-City Orchestra, All-State Orchestra
Biology Club, Oirchestra A.
Betty M. McNiff
My, oh, my! How she does blush!
Her face with deepest red does flush.
The prettiest of girls with the darkest hair,
And she has plenty of charm to spare.
Social Etiquette Clubg Volleyball ,34, '35, Hockey '35, '36g Mushball '35,
From unselfish service, Irving never swerves,
Your deepest confidences, ever he deserves.
Hall Patrol, Mathematics Club, Sci-ence Club, Bowling Club.
Harold A. Packard
We've wondered how this Hal does the ladies' interest rouse,
It's that fascinating habit of raising up his brows.
Mushball, Volleyball Team '32, Band.
Pretty, cute, chuck full of vitality,
That is our sweet, charming Adelee.
German Club, Foreword Staff, Lunch Patrol, Journal Staff, Art Club.
Zelma E. Pittller
Peaches and cream complexion, hair of 'purest gold,
Prettier than any Dresden doll an artist could ever mold.
Hall Patrol, Dramatic Club, Social Etiquette Club, Penmanship Club
Lite Saving Club, Hockey Team '36, Red Cross.
Sherman W. Pochapin
At man-aging things he is right at the top,
May his future successes never come to a stop.
Hall Patrol, Lunch Patrol, Student Council, Foreword Staff, Swimmin
Team Manager '35, '36, '37, Tennis Team Maiiagei' '36, Handbook Editor
William H. Rock
A jesting cut-up, if there ever was one,
The life of his class, always ready lor fun.
Hall Patrol, Male Chorus, Gym Team '36, Cheer Leaders ,35, '36,
Ethyl jean Sapper
An algebraic wit to the n'th power,
At the hardest problem she will not cower.
Hall Patrol, Journal Staff, French Club, Sigma Iota Club.
Dorothy J. Sherman
Dotty's pet peeve, the one which annoys,
To be handed a line by some ol the boys.
Hall Patrol, Basketball, Volleyball, Driving Club.
Sense of humor, loads of fun,
He just lives from pun to pun.
Elevator Patrol, Hall Patrol.
Richard K. Steele
With an engi11eer's mind, this chap Richard Steele
NViil travel through life on a straight balanced keel.
journal Staffg Hi-Yg Green Keyg Activities Boardg .Picture Committee,
Rita Lee Williams -
Her subtle humor makes us all roar,
She's the type of Miss we all do adore.
Hall Patrolg Cooking Clubg Senior Leadersg Volleyball '35, '36g Mushball
'36g Basketball '36g Tennis '35, '36. 4 ,
THE llllllltll IIUUIIES
Mr. john Coyne - Sponsor
President .......................... .................. ............. i Q Q. 'NVilliam Sarraf
Vice President ......... A ...... William Artz
Secretary-Treasurer .... ............. ....................... B a rbara King
Foreword Reporter ...........,.................................... Miriam Kalson
Student Council ............ Arthur lfrankston, Shirley Meyers
'Deux cent cinquante-sept,
XVe wouldn't trade you on a bet-
lVe have been so very gay
Enjoying ourselves just day by day."
Full of fun and mischief,
Always on the gog
Always ready with a smile,
Thatls why we like him so.
Social Committeeg Hall Patrol.
Betty T. Aschman
Plenty of fri-ends an-d a friendly way,
' Truly of Betty one can say.
Business Service Guildg Penmanship Club.
Ann Averbach '
XVhen she has a 'crossword puzzle to do,
Tl1ere's no need for ponies, she gallops right through.
Hall Patrolg Bowling Clu'bg Volleyball '35, '36, 37.
Nancy 1. Barnett
Conscientious. loyal, faithful and true.
Her very best, is what Nancy always tries to do.
Hall Patrolg Volleyball '34, '35, '36. '37g Tennis '35.
A P5 83
Anthony Alphonse Carrola
Anthony's the fellow with the musical name,
Though he's quiet, he'll progress just the same.
Alvin Cohen A
In the evening he tears away,
Always breathless, always gay.
Hall Patrol, Vice President of Home Room, Sigma lotag Door Patrol.
Anthony Rayfield Cornwall S
Like warm "Sunshine" in the spring,
H'e's sure to be late, it's the usual thing.
Lunch Patrol, Hall Patrol, Penmanship Club.
Handsome, tall, broad-shouldered, too,
That's our football player to you.
Picture Committeeg Green Key, Hall Patrol, Volleyball '36, Football '34
A little Scottish lass is she,
With that name what else could she be?
A turn of the pencil, a touch of the keys,
A little typist always willing to please.
Business Service Guild, Lunch Patrolg Archery Club, Creative Writing
Type Club, Junior Chorusg Volleyball '36, '37.
A well "Red" boy who aims to rise,
And do his traveling in the skies.
Volleyball '37, Hall Patrol.
When it comes to work our Art
Has us beaten from the start.
Secretary of Senior Class, President of Junior and Senior Student Council
Editor-in-Chief of Forewordg Captain Hall Patrolsg Astronomy Club
Debate Society, Sigma Iota, Current Problems Club.
Alma Alice Gardner
Who's that coming down the way?
Alta or Alma, it's hard to say. A
Group A Voice: Type Club, Basketball '36, '37, Volleyball '36, '37, Ten
Morriss Fulton Holcomb
Romeo and Galahad,
Is that charming Holcomb lad.
Intramural Basketball '34, '35, Intramural Volleyball '35,
Paul D. johns
To be "Beau Brum1nel" is his greatest desire,
That's why he dresses according to Esquire.
Reggie seldom comes on time,
And girls are always the cause of his crime.
Hall P-atrol, Swimming Team '34, Gym Team '35, Microscope Club.
As a friend and inspiration
"Mannie" fulfills all expectations. 1
Hall Patrol, Foreword Reporter, Dramatic Club, Psychology Club, Li-
brary Club, Basketball '35, '36, '37, Volleyball '37,
Barbara J. King
Wfith words so soft and voice so sweet,
Here's tl1e type we like to meet.
journal Staff, Class Play, Hall Patrol, Microscope Club, Crafts Club
Marionette Club, Mushball '35, '36, Tennis '34, '35, '36, Volleyball '35
'36, Basketball '34, '35.
Her winning ways and stature tall,
I-Ier pleasing manner wins us all.
Famous for his basketball,
"Moose" is well known to us all,
Foreword Reporter, Astronomy Club, Lunch Patrol, Hall Patrol, Basket-
ball '35, '36.
Ralph S. Locker
He is wisest it seems
Because he avoids extremes.
Sport Club, Basketball '36, Lunch Patrol.
Quiet and reserved is he,
As nice a boy as one can see.
She is clever, witty and wise,
She has large and dreamy eyes.
Lunch Patrol, Hall Patrol, Marionette Club, Current Problem Club, Siffma
Iota, Debate Society, Volleyball '37,
Shirley Paula Meyers
Sweet, petite, and really quite witty,
Charming, disarming and very pretty.
Student Council, journal Staff, Foreword Staff, Sigma Iota, French
Club, Craft Club, Tennis '34, '35, '37, Volleyball '34, '35, '36, '37,
Louise Naomi Margolis
A very sweet girl is Louise,
Everyone she tries to please.
Lunch Patrol, Current Events Club, Girls' Chorale, Girls' Trio, School
Opera, Lunch Patrol.
Adeline F. Mazzie
Our "A" is a girl of acting mood,
Liking all from sports to food.
Astronomy Club, Soccer '34, Hockey '35, Volleyball '36, Tennis '36.
Anna Marie Monahan
So fair and sweet a girl is she,
Full of charm and personality.
Bashful he may look
But bash ful he is not.
llall Patrol, Lunch Patrol, French Club, Leaders Club.
H'ere's a blue-eyed boy,
Always on the go-
Has a sense of humor
That's not one bit slow. -
Sigma Iota, Hall Patrol, Lunch Patrol, Leaders Club, French Club.
She is a credit to our class,
This witty, active, talkative lass.
Bowling Club, Hall Patrol, Volleyball '34, '35, '36, '37, Tennis '34, '35, '36,
A regular Fred Astaire is he-
You should see that stepper "Sey".
Lunch Patrol, Book Room Club, Orchestra A.
William C. Peters
Quiet, sincere, and always ste-ady,
To lend a hand he's ever ready.
Band, Hall Patrol, Lunch Patrol.
She likes fried chicken, she likes to dance,
She takes pride in her clothes and wants to advance.
French Club, Hall Patrol, Chess Club, Sigma Iota.
Brown hair, brown eyes, five foot one,
Here is a girl all ready for fun.
Hall Patrol, Business Service Guild, Penmanship, Red Cross, Tennis
Manager '35, Tennis '34, '37, Basketball '35, '37, Senior Social Etiquette
William Bruce Sarraf
A clowning boy is Bill Sarraf,
Doing things to make us laugh.
Home Room President, Astronomy Club, Mathematics Club, Orchestra A
Band A, Hall Patrol.
Virginia E. Small
"Nothing is impossible to a willing heart-"
lfVe say of Virginia who tries to do her part.
Hall Patrol, Girl Reserves, Volleyball '35, Mushball '35.
Olga Mae Smith
Very shy is Olga Mae, t
Never talks unless she's something to say.
Astronomy Club, Tennis '36, Volleyball '36,
Mary Ann Smith
W Wrigley's Spearmint and Beech-Nut, too,
Wotildn't be too much for Mary to chew.
john L. Sullivan
Easy come and e-asy go,
He peps us up when spirits are low.
Whitey's tall and his hair is wavy,
And how he likes his chicken and gravy.
Hall Patrol, Lunch Patrol.
HHRTZ Hllll FLUUIEHS
Miss Rose Hartz - Sponsor
President ................................... ......... S am H.a1nilton
Vice President ........... ..... M illard Levy
Secretary-Treasurer ...... ............ I ,illian Davis
Student Council ......... ...... V incent Galardi
Foreword Reporter ................................ Leah Brown
Four years we have grown in stature and knowledge,
Now some of us will go to work, and some will go to college
At present we feel a bit heavy at heart
To know our class will break up and we must part.
But we'll never forget our friends froni Room 262,
, Wherever we are and whatever we do.
The merits of Mildred are many,
She has very few faults, if any.
Senior Student Councilg Hall Patrolg President of Home Roomg
Our Alex is a versatile scout
VV'hose merits his classmates all will shout.
Hi-Y: Hall Patrolg Ring Connnitteeg journal Staflg Tennis '37.
Helen is the kind of a lass,
Who adds to the Worth of our class.
This girl has a pert sunny sniileg
Her charm gains her friends all the while.
S-enior Type Clubg Hockey '363 Red Cross.
A sweet little Miss is Fern,
S'he'll make many fellows yearn.
Hall Patrolg Scrapbook Clubg Volleyball '35,
For her friendship we owe the most,
Ain-d so to Martha, we raise a toast.
Volleyball '37g Mushlball '36.
As a scientist of worth
A-l is sure to win a berth.
She's clever and bright and she's witty,
A namle she will make in our city.
Foreword Staff, journal Staff, Student Council, Lunch Patrol, Hall
Patrol, Dramatic Clusb, Sigma Iota, French Club, Senior Debate, Volley-
ball '36, '37.
By his quiet, industrious way,
"Cherb" surely will succeed someday.
Model Airplane Club, Hall Patrol, Automobile Club, Band C-B.
"Debby" is charming, you know,
She looks, and she acts--oh, just so.
Psychology Club, Hall Patrol, Class Play.
Somebody's stenog "Lil" will be,
Her future success we foresee.
Business Service Guild, Foreword Staff, Journal Staff, Bulletin Staff,
Secretary of Home Room.
Our class has a member named Dot
Her company is always sought.
Varied interests, willing hancls,
Always ready to answer d-emands.
Hall Patrol, Driving Club, Stud-ent Council Representative, Soccer '35, '36,
Mushball '34, Tennis '35, Volleyball '34, '35, '36.
By his fancy colored ties
"Vinny" sure attracts our eyes.
Hall Patrol, Lunch Patrol, Student Council Representative, Football
Manager '36, lVLush'ba'll '35, Track Team '35, Cross-Country '35,
For piloting us through the senior year
President Sam deserves a cheer.
Hall Patrol, Lunch Patrol, Hi-Y, Green Key, Vigilance Committee,
Social Committee, Class President, Student Council, Class Play, Soccer
Black hair! Dark eyes! Pleasant disposition-
All will aid in winning a favorable position.
Stage Make-up, Volleyball '34.
Quiet, unassuming Bob
Is sure to get a responsible job.
He's full of jokes, and fun,
And always ready with a pun.
Hall Patrol, French Club: Cheer Leader '36.
Studious, steady, full of zest,
This young lady always does her best.
Hall Patrol, Tennis '35, Volleyball '34, Make-up Club.
She's little, but she's wise,
She's a terror for her size.
Secretary-Treasurer of Senior Make-up Club, Hall Patrol, Vice President
of Home Room, Class Play.
H-er friendship is lasting and true,
Many things our Sophie can do.
Stage Make-up Club, Hall Patrol, Volleyball '34,
Millard gains marks quite high enough,
He never shirks or tries to bluff.
President of Short VVave Club, Hall Patrol, journal Staff, Vice President
of Home Room.
We know he's rather small, and we know he's very gay,
For Lindy, almost always has something funny to say.
Sigma Iota Club, Mathematics Club, Driving Class, Band, Room Banker,
Lunch Patrol. '
As a speller he wears the crown
For you can't spell Selwyn down.
D-ebate Club, Sigma Iota, Home Room President, Band A, Hall Patrol,
Mary Jane Lovas
Jolly, good-natured, full of fun,
If you want a good friend, here is one.
Lunch Patrol, Hall Patrol.
A beauty, but "dumb" does not fit
For "Marky" has plenty of "lt".
Hall Patrol, French Club, Vice President of Stage Miake-up Club, Flowei
Committee, Orchestra, Hockey '36,
H'e's clever and he's jolly,
All the boys and girls like Solly.
Of all the boys in the senior class,
For his friendly way Bob does surpass.
Hall Patrol, Lunch Patrol, Secretary ol Home Room, History Club
Track Team, Orchestra.
"Happy am I, from care I'm free.
Why aren't they all just like me?"
Got a girl, well I guess!
Got a dozen, more or less.
Hall Patrol, Lunch Patrol, Orchestra A, Tennis '37.
jane Royer 'I ' . '
Vlfavy hair, twinkling eyes
A natural wit, we idolize.
Hiall Patrol, Lunch Patrol.
Miriam always does her best
To earn all A's is her quest.
Hall Patrol, Door Patrol, Social Etiquette Club, Stage Make-up, Knit-
ting Club, Volleyball '34, Tennis '36, Hockey '36,
There's something in her Winsome way
That sets every boy's heart astray.
Hall Patrol, Make-up Club, Volleyball '33, '34, Art Club.
As a football player of note
"How-dy" is sure to get our vote.
Hall Patrol QCapt.jg Student Court Uudgejg Adjustment, Assistant, Fore-
word Staflg Art Clubg Green Keyg Sigma Iota: Debate Club, Football '34,
'35, '36g Soccer '33, journal Cover.
He's handsome, dark, and tall,
And wins the friendship of us all.
Group B Chorusg Group A Chorus, Male Chorus.
He's distinguished from the masses
By his smiling face and glasses.
Boys' Cooking Club, Library Club, Chess Clubg Debate Club, Slide Rule
Club, Intramural Mushball '34, Volleyball '35.
Peggy Jane Wragg
She's a blue-eyed damsel, always on th-e go
With ra sense of humor, that is not so slow.
Dramatic Club, Stage Make-up Clubg Foreword Repres-entativeg Hockey
'35, '36g Tennis '36, '37, '
In tennis jean holds full sway
To win all "love" games is her way.
Make-up Club, Senior Leaders.
Mr. Angelo - Sponsor
President ............................................ Wallace McClean
Vice President .................... .................... F red Kuhn
Secretary-Treasurer .... ,......... E leanor Leach
Student Council ........ ......... W allace McClean
Foreword Reporter .......................,.... Karl Kortlandt
We love this room for all the fun
And all the cute things that were done,
For the serious moments, toog
1We're sorry now we're leaving you.
Rosalie's brimming with pep and vitality,
She has rare charm and a grand personality.
Hall Patrol, Driving Clubg Volleyball '34, '37, Basketball '34, '36g Hockey
Bob's a very amiable boy,
Always full of life and joy.
Cute little smile,
XVink of the eye,
Leaders Club, Basketball '34, '35, '36, '37 , Volleyball '34,. '35, '36, '37
Hockey '37, Swimming '36, '37, Mushball '35, '36, Soccer '35, '36.
Tall and willowy,
Likes apple pie,
Always ready for fun
Is she nice? Oh My!
Hall Patrol, French Club.
For everything he has a knack,
There's nothing much that john do-es lack.
Student Council, Rifle Club, French Club, Microscope Club, Band A.
Helen S. Epstein
Helen's smart, Hel-en's bright,
'I-lelen's busy from morn till night.
Picture Committee, Hall Patrol, Volleyball '34, '35, '36, '37, Basketball
'35, '36, '37, Soccer '34, '35, Hockey '37, Tennis '35, '36, journal Staff.
Sometimes you're quite amusing
Your antics bring us joy,
But the funniest part of all
Is 'that nickname "Buddy-boy".
Orchestra: Band: Swimming Team '37.
Edward L. Glick
A witty remark, a quirk of the brow,
What'll he 'be later if he's like that now?
Class Play, Senior Debate Club, Library Club, Hall Patrol, Fencing Club,
In athletics he's high in esteem,
He even made the all-city team.
Hall Patrol, Lunch Patrol, Soccer Team '33, Varsity Football '36, Varsity
Basketball '36, '37 Captain, Baseball '37.
Bertha Mae Hoffman
"Bert" is quite a dancing lass,
Liked by everyone in her class.
Raymond Edward: Hutzler
In class Ray often gives the right answer,
And on the floor he's a very good dancer.
Hall Patrolg Band.
Rudolph Janata, jr.
He possesses intelligence, he has lots of ainbitiong
And in the very near future, he'll hold a fine position.
Senior Student Councilg President of Report Roomg Short Wave Club
Band Ag Dramatic Clulbj Senior Class Playg Hall Patrol.
Betty's favorite dish is a whipped cream puff,
But we think Betty is quite sweet enough.
Library Clubg Marionette Clubg Soccer '34,
Bob's quite mod-est, not so very tall,
But can he play that game of basketball!
Vice Presidentg Hall Patrol: Gym Team '34,
If you ar-e ill, ther-e's no reason to get worse,
just call on Betty, she's going to be a nurse.
German Clubg Hall Patrol.
Karl Reynolds Kortlandt
Karl's ambition seems quite clear,
And if he gets the chance
He'1l be a good engineer.
Athletic Leader '37g Lunch Patrolg Band Ag Brass Sextetg Photography
Milton Krantz T
His nature seems to be quite mellow,
And we think Milton's one swell fellow.
Class Officer of Report Roomg Cross Countryg Track Team '37.
"Fritz" is very fond of sports
He n-ever lacks for witty retorts.
Vice President of 3043 Gym Team '34g Intramural Basketball Captain '36
jane L. Lachowicz
Always has a smileg
Jane is a girl
VVho's really worth-while.
French Clubg Hall Patrol.
Very fine student,
Bett is our pride,
Excels in charm a11d humor
We're glad sh-e's on our side.
Journal Staff, Dramatic Club, Home Room President, Senior Leaders
Club, Ring Committee, Volleyball '34, '35, '36, '37, Tennis '34, '35, '36, '37,
Basketball '36, '37, Driving Class.
Eleanor Louise Leach
An ambitious girl this Eleanor Leach,
The 'top of the ladder she'll certainly reach.
journal Staff, Hall Patrol, Swimming '34, Secretary of 304.
Tall, handsome, with a southern drawl,
When Bill passes just watch the girls fall.
Edythe Anne Liss
Go to some theatre a few years from now,
There you'll see Edythe, making her bow.
Dramatic Club, Hall Patrol, Urchestra A, Class Play, Social Committee,
Sigma lota Club, Volleyball '37,
Ray is a jolly guy,
His wit is quite the tops,
When Ray is at his best,
The laughter never stops.
Short Wave Club, Microscope Club, Sigma Iota, Hall Patrol.
Grace H. Lutz
Here's a girl sweet, modest, and fair,
And do we love her wavy brown hair!
German Club, Hall Patrol.
"Rich" wanted to b-e a "big shot",
So he made an awful bang
When he shot the water gun
With the rest of the gang.
Hall Patrol, Swimming Team '37, Lunch Patrol, Economic Club.
Dorothy Ruth McCarney
T-0 be a good secretary is Dorothy's aim,
And in this field we know she'll reach fame.
Girl Reserves, Girls' Electric Club, Volleyball '34, '35, '36, '37, Basketball
'36, '37, Business Service Guild, Mushball '34, '36, Soccer '35, Swimming
"Wally" is our president
And we think he's quite all rightg
Football field or anywhere
For him we'll root with might.
Presiden't of Senior Classg President of Home Room: Student Council:
School City Councilg Green Keyg Activities Boardg Football '37g Volley-
ball '37g Intramural Basketball and Mushballg Lunch Patrol.
Lucy B. McDonnell
Intelligence, laughter, love of lung
Get ahead of Lucy P-It can"t be done.
French Clubg Hall Patrol.
Blonde and very charmling,
Liked by everyoneg
Jane's a pretty lass,
Ever out for fun.
Girl Reserves Clubg Volleyball '36g Secretary of Home Room.
He makes us laugh, he makes us roar,
He makes us ask for more and more.
Voice Ag Male Chorus.
Albert Wilhelm Ntemenz
Laughing, smiling, full of joy,
Al's also an industrious boy.
Band Ag Business Service Guildg Economics Clubg Hall Patrolg Member
of Intramural Championship Basketball Team '36g Chess Club.
Karl E. Niedziela
Just give "Red" some ham and eggs
And he is quite content,
Tho' he says his temper's hot,
We know he is a gent.
Hall Patrolg Orchestra B.
He plays football well,
His dancing is a treat,
Lee's the type of boy
That all girls like to meet.
Likes to dance, likes to sing,
Thinks that sleep is just the thing.
Studenlt Councilg Sigma Iotag Intramural
Basketball '34, '35g Basketball ,35.
Mushball '34, '35g Intramural
Kings the sort of boy that everyone likes lo know,
You'll meet no finer gentleman no matter where you go.
Hazel's very quiet
And she likes to readg
She likes the kind of hero,
That do-es a great deed.
Business Service Guild.
Mary Louise Rua
"Louise" is quite fond of sweets
VVhich we think suits her fine.
But for her rare artistic leats
We know she'll surely shine.
Business Service Guild.
Here's a boy with talent in artg
VVhen it comes to successg he'll have a big part.
"Charlie" likes economics and apple pie,
A baseball player he'll be by and by.
Business Service Guild.
jack Walters '
Always smiling, always gay,
Always something witty to say.
Here's a brunette
VVhos-e hair really curls,
She's one of the many
Cute Allderclice girls.
journal Staffg Debate Clubg Driving Classy Secretary of Report Room
Foreword R-eporterg Hockey '36g Soccer ,355 Volleyball '37g Basketball '35
Hlllllll Vlllllll llllllllll
Miss Kamler - Sponsor
President .................... .........., T homas Hart
Vice President ............. ...... C 'harles Fladinlg
Secretary-Treasurer ....,.. ....... V irginia Huber
Student Council ........... ........ C alvin Morgan
Foreword Reporter ........ ............. F 'loyd McClintock
"The time has come," the walrus said,
"To talk of many things,
Of caps and gowns, and passing grades,
Of diplomas, pins and rings.
Of presents, jobs and colleges,
OE photographs and plays,
For we will soon be graduates,
And will close our high school days."
Homing pigeons Al likes to raise
Then turns them loose in the sky to graze.
Willard Palmer Coughenour
A philosopher at heart,
Wait till Vlfillard gets his start.
Aviation Club, Home Room Secretary, Home Room Assistant Secretary
Home .Room Vice President, Math Club, Hall Patrol, Lunch Patrol, Or
chestra A, B, C.
Art is the hobby of this young lad,
To be a cartoonist his present fad.
Art Club, Biology Club, Hall Patrol, Foreword Reporter, French Club.
Helen J. Driscoll
Helen would be a nurse for the ill,
And cure with a smile instead of a pill.
Hall Patrol, Volleyball, Tennis '35, Mushball Team, Dance Club.
We grant although he had much wit,
.lille was very shy of using it.
President of Class, Hall Patrol, Lunch Patrol.
Our prophecy for Chuck Flading
To win the Olympics, he'll be aiding.
Baseball Team, Hall Patrol, Driving Club, Housing Club.
Now Alice to all is a chuin,
Never in class has she been glum.
Girls' Chorale, All-City Chorus '34, Library Club.
Helen Bell Griffiths
Hielen would a niortician be, P
And -bury you, and you Cancl mel.
Lunch Patrol, Hall Patrol, Sigma Iota, Basketball '33, '34, Dramatic
Marjory S. I-Iafer
Marjory claims she's not ambitious,
So concentrates on being delicious.
Stage Make-up Club, Crafts Club.
Robert D. Hamilton
Ham a great scientist will be,
And track to his cave the ferocious flea.
Track Team, Cross Country Team, Hall Patrol, Swimniinig Team, Art
Thomas M. Hart
Tom would make a lot of steel.
And also "iron-men" sure I feel.
Hi-Y Club, Hall Patrol, Lunch Patrol, Baseball '37.
Engin-eer Abbie likes Mickey Mouse,
But much prefers to build a house.
Hall Patrol, Lunch Patrol.
Elsie Ida Hewitt
She's not very tall, she's not very short,
But all in all, she's a mighty good sport.
Her-e's to the health and success ol this chap,
For trouble and worries he doesn't give a rap.
German Club, Slide Rule, Biology, Wfoodwind Quintet, A Band, A Or-
chestra, German Band.
Virginia to the movies herself does hie,
To watch Bob Taylor, and sit and sigh.
Pantomime Club, Type Club, Hall Patrol, Microscope Club, Lunch Patrol,
Secretary of Class.
Modest, poli'te, and very neat
A friend to all and very sweet.
Lunch Patrol, Hall Patrol, Volleyball '34, '35, '37, Basketball '34, '35, '37,
Tennis '35, Soccer '34, '35, Musliball '34, '35, '36, Soccer '36.
Ruth Marjory Kamin
Nimb-le fingers that do so much
She surely has a charming touch.
Rifle Club, Crafts Club, Life Saving Club, l-lall Patrol, Lunch Patrol.
Tall, sweet, and full of pep.
As a stenog she'll gain a rep.
Bowling Club, Drivers, Hall Patrol.
Kinda tall and rather hefty,
Everybody likes our Lefty.
Hall Patrol, Bowling Club, Action Club.
Violet Rosalind London
Little Vi so sweet and pure,
A lovely lassie, so deuuire.
Current Events Club, Volleyball '34, '35, '36, '37, Mushball '35, '36, Basket-
ball '35. '36, Paddle Tennis '34, Secretary of Class '35, Soccer '34, '35,
Tennis '35, '36, '37.
Jacqueline H. Lyon
A pathologist will be Jacky,
'We'll go to her when we feel tacky.
Ring Committee, French Club, Crafts Club, Student Council, Foreword
Reporter, Hall Patrol, Life Saving Club, Lunch Patrol, Volleyball.
Wfhen mischief has been done,
Teachers always blame this one.
Biology Club, Hall Patrol, Lunch Patrol, Door Patrol.
"Red" pnefers orchids of any hue,
And from admirers receives not a few.
Hall Patrol, Art Club. -
Calvin Morgan -
"Wlhy think?" asks Cal the bold,
"By thinking one grows old."
Senior Student Council, Publicity Chairman of Senior Student Council,
Boys' Senior Leaders, Senior A Band, Captain Champion Intramural Gym
Team, Lunch Patrol, Sigma Iota, German Club, Stamp Club, Hall Patrol,
Volleyball Team, Ring Committee.
Foster will be a great musician,
In the Hall of Fame helll hold high position.
Microscope Clubg Male Chorus.
Quite a beauty is our little Pat,
And it's more than skin deep, Illl bet that.
Crafts Clubg Stage Make-up Club.
Happy am I, from care I am free.
Why aren't they all contented like me?
Current Events Clubg Secretary of Classg Basketballg Mushball 3 it
Soccer '34, 'SSQ Hockey '36g Tennis '35g Volfeyball '34, '35, '36 37
Elliott Daniel Sadja
Sandy smiles, and can't stand still,
For at dancing he has some skill.
German Clubg Band Bg Hall Patrolg Class Day Committee.
First in the hearts of girls is "Sherley"
Because his hair is red arid curly.
Hall Patrolg Cross Countryg Drivers Clubg Class President.
To make us laugh, she'll never miss a chance
A She's full of lun and loves 'to dance.
Hall Patrolg Sigma Iota Club.
Kay would buy stuff for a store,
So they can sell it and get nmore.
Door Patrolg Hall Patrolg Bowling Club.
Betty likes to go to dances,
V And there receives most envious glances.
Social Committeeg Voice A.
Marjorie Valerie Strain
Marge would go in for sculpture,
With her clay add to our culture.
Manager of Rifle Clubg President of Art Clubg
Travel is the ambition of Lil,
To see Europe, Asia, and Brazil.
Tall and quiet. doesn"t "crack wise",
Get him alone. you'll have a surprise.
Male Chorus, Mixed Uctette: Indian Club.
Pauline to Hollywood will hurry,
To be stenog for Fred MacMurray.
Treasurer of Home Roomg President of Home Roomg Volleyball '34, '35
'36g Basketball '34, '35g Tennis '34, '35, Business Service Guild '37.
Irving A. Wechsler
ll' mischief gr-ew as we grow tall,
How we would wish this lad were small.
Chess Teanig Band Ag Astronomy Club.
Morton H. Wolk
hlort will be a millionaire,
And engineer without a care.
Senior A Band, Cross Cotnrtryg Art Club, Lunch Patrolg Foreword Re-
porter, Class lJ'l7E'SlClCl1i.
Mike will be an author an-d playwright
With his wit make our troubles light.
French Clubg 'fiieasttrerg Secretary.
Les Entants de Mademoiselle Hieheu
Teacher - Miss Richey
President ....................... ...................... j ohn Patterson
Vice President ....... ...... H ermian Hennessy
Secretary ................ ............. L ouis Broad
Student Council ........ ...... F red Amsler
Foreword Reporter ................................ Herbert Reich
To Room 370's daughters and sons,
These four years have been quite short.
By rocky shoals, 'through dangerous runs,
Miss Richey has guided us to port,
Until at last we now appear
Eager for life and for a career.
XVinning personalityg never puttin-g on the ritz,
Dependable, and in reality, -everylbody's friend, that's Fritz.
Hi-Y President, Green Key, Student Councilg Male Chorus, Lunch Patrolg
Flower Committeeg Field Day Champs '34, '35, '36g Football '34, '35, '36g
Swimming '31, '32, '33g Soccer Manager '34,
Calm and collected, unworrying, sane,
enduring' his hair like a flame.
His poise is ,
Hall Patrolg Lunch Patrol, junior Mushb-all Champs '33, Field Day
'Champs '35, '36, Foreword Reporter.
Louis Broad '
Lou knows all the dance steps before they e'er come out,
His gliding and his nim.ble feet keep him from getting stout.
Journal Staff, Secretary of Home Room, Secretary of Sigma Iota Clubg
' ' ' ' ' -Club, Class Play
Student Court, Hall Patrol Captain-2nd period, Driving
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Publicity Committee, Lunch Patro.
This Irish lad's chock-full of fun,
His jokes are liked by everyone.
Vice President of Home Room, Activities Board, Hi-Y, Athletic Leaders
Club, ju-nior Intramural Mushball Champs '33, Intramural Track Champs
'34, '35, '36, Baseball Team '37,
Tall and handsome is debonair "Kitz",
His hobby is ladies, this he admits.
Junior Chorus, junior Art Club, Hall Patrol, Swimming '36, '37, .
Now jules is a business man, concise and terse, so,
NVhen he is out in the world, just watch his purse grow.
Class Play, Hall Patrol, Sigma Iota Club, Lunch Patrol.
Playing recordings is "Mop's" greatest pleasure,
He pursues this fine hobby in moments of leisure.
Hall Patrol, Lunch Patrol, Green Key: Hi-Y, Intramural Champs '34,
Field Day Champs '34, '35, '36.
' ' ' ' l heard,
A voice like a bird, h1s songs have Jeen
For an excellent singer, to him we're referred.
"Pat" wants to be a reporter. Even now he looks like on-eg
Acts like oneg talks and writes like one.
Home Room President, Senior Student Council, Social Committee, Green
' ' ' ' " 'l' Baseball Team '37, Swimming
Key President, H1-Y, A-ct1v1t1es Boaic ,
'33, '34, '35, '36.
I-Lis cheerfulln-ess and ready smiles, confusion doesnlt disturb,
XVhen great excitement our class room riles, there's always a call
for Herb. A
Journal Staff, Hall Patrol, Debate Club, Sigma Iota, Lunch Patrol, Driv-
Sophisticated, friendly too, tall and handsome Charles Reid,
In everything he tries to do, he's almost certain to succeed.
Hi-Y, Green Key, Journal Staff, Ac-tivities Board, Class Play, Intramural
Basketball Champs '35, Intramural Track Champs '34, '35, '36, '37,
"Zung" has a heart of purest gold,
Many friends, a dashing manner bold,
When he graduates, he'll go quite far,
As a famous lawyer at the bar,
Orchestra A, Astronomy Club, Sigma Iota, Hall Patrol, Student Court,
junior Intramural Mushball Champs '34, Field Day VVin'ners '34, '35, '36,
Senior Intramural Champs '36.
' A pleasant, agreeable fellow is Fred,
Always perfectly composed, it can be said.
Hall Patrol, Orchestra, Sigma Iota Club.
"Prince of courtesy, merciful and strong."
German Club, Badminton Club '36.
His interest's not in art, or even in ceramics,
It's solely in the science of-Electrodynamics!
"And he will discourse most eloquent music."
Orchestra A, German Club, Sigma Iota.
lVIiriam's not of the silent kind,
She's never backward in speaking her mind,
Always knows just what to say,
Says it in manner witty and gay.
Lunch Patrol, I-Iall Patrol, journal Staff, Volleyball '35, Tennis, Mana-
ger of Soccer Team.
Pleasant and neat in dress, quiet and sweet in class,
Brown-haired Eileen Bible, a friendly little lass.
Style, grace, poise, and sophistication are just synonyms for Anita.
French Club, Current Events Club, Student Council, Red Cross Club.
Like Betsy oi old, our Betsy, it seems,
Is filled with ideal, ambitious dreams.
Pantomime Club, Dramatic Club, Stage Make-up, Hall Patrol.
Big smile, all the while,
Friends many, that's Jennie.
Winner of Math Contest '35, Business Service Guild, Sigma Iota Club,
Creative Writing Club, Mushball '36, Hockey '36, Soccer '34, '35, Basket-
ball '34, Volleyball '34, '35, '36,
For scouting "Pinky" is strong, in the woods she just can't go wrong,
In school one must "Pinky" berate, because every morning she's late.
Astronomy Club, Home Economics Club, Hall Patrol CCaptainj , Dramatic
Club, Book Room Club, Tennis '35, '36, Soccer '35, Volleyball '33, '34, '35,
Mushball '33, '34.
She carries herself like a queen, one lovelier cannot be seen,
In just walking down the school hall, her manner is noted by all.
Ring Committee, Senior Leaders, Sigma Iota Club, Business Service
Guild, Hall Patrol, Basketball '33, '34, Volleyball '34, '35, '36, '37, Soccer
'33, '34, Mushball '34, '35, '36, '37,
A clever, unusually gifted girl whose spontaneous actions make her
a refreshing personality.
journal Staff, Library Club, Sigma Iota, French Club.
Studying, working, laughing with zest,
Worrying, hurrying, never does rest,
Big smile, grand friend, lun Essie does bring,
just an all-around girl, tops in everything.
Activities Board, Senior Student Council, Foreword Staff, journal Staff,
Debate Club, Senior Leaders, Girls' Quartette, Community Fund Speaker
'35, '36, Basketball '34, '35, '36, '37, Volleyball '34, '35, '36, '37, Tennis
'34, '35, '36, '37.
A swimmer, an athlete, a singer too,
Efficient in all that she tries to do,
Friendly, encouraging, wonderful gal,
No wonder she's hailed as everyone's pal.
Girls' Chorale, Girls' Quartet, Rifle Club: Senior Leaders Club, Volley-
ball '34, '35, '36, '37, Basketball '33, '34, '35, '36, Hockey '35, '36, Soccer
'33, '34, Tennis '34, '35, '36, '37,
He'll float above, in the sun and rain,
No, not in heaven, but in his plane.
Hall Patrol, Lunch Patrol, Art Club.
Sadie's all right, "chek and double chek".
Business Service Guild.
Bustling, giggling, smiling, we've found,
The atniosph-ere's cheerful when Midge is around.
Girls' Chorale, Hlall Patrol, Hockey '36, Mushball '36, Soccer '34, Tennis
'34, Volleyball '35, '36.
Ervene Yeloushan '
What's the big attraction with the boys over there?
Snappy, Peppy Ervene, with her yellow hair.
Library Club, Red Cross Club, Cralts Club.
Tall and lissoni, unworried by strife,
She'll make some good fellow an excellent wife.
Business Service Guild, Lunch Patrol, Hockey '35, Volleyball '36, Tennis
Black hair, snapping eyes,
For sketching clothes, she gets a prize.
Stage Make-up, Volleyball '34, '35, '37, Soccer '34, Basketball '35, Ten-
nis '36. i
A wiz in math, a wiz she will be,
For Shirley's well-versed in gay repartee.
i Hall Patrol, Volleyball '34, '35, Basketball '36, Soccer '35,
Just a little shadow, slipping here and there,
We've never seen on-e quite so sweet, never one so fair.
Sigma Iota Club, French Club, Junior Chorus, Hall Patrol '36, '37, Volley-
ball '32, '33.
"Smooth runs the water when the brook is deep."
Hall Patrol, Voice C.
Lovely, quiet, sure of herself,
Destined to great fa-me and wealth.
Red Cross Club, Hall Patrol, Lunch Patrol.
"Goody", we call her, a good sweet maid,
Her wisdom and wit never will fade.
French Club, Bowling Club, Volleyball, Swimming '34, '35, Hockey
CULUHEL CHRTEIVS CHUETS
' Room 452
Miss Mary Carter - Sponsor
President ............................,............... ......... M ary Hilda Fagan
Vice President .................,... . ................... ....... R obert Coleman
Secretary-Treasurer ........................ i ............ ......... V irginia Ray
Student Council-Foreword Reporter ..........,. Roger Findley
Banking Representative ............................................ Grace Rizzo
Way up on the fourth floor, high and dry, '
In our school of Allderdice High,
You'll find a class with civic pride,
Wlio wrong and oppression over-ride.
Our teach-er, Miss Carter, we soon must leave,
And when that time comes, we all shall grieve,
She's a teacher who's helpful, sym-pathetic and kind,
And another like her, 'twill be hard to find.
Her pretty, blue eyes and very blonde hair
Gives our "Minn" her -charming air.
Penmanship Club, Sewing Club, Lunch Patrol.
Clifton A. Benscoter ,,
If you desire scenery both fitting and new,
Hunt up Clifton for he's on the stage crew.
Stage Crew. p
Peggy V. Cauffield
She's wise and she's witty, her talk runs like water,
She's a very nice girl, but th-e grief of Miss Carter.
Orchestra B5 Auto Drivers Class, Life Saving Club.
Bob is cheerful, manly and gay,
He'll keep moving in the right way.
Hall Patrol, Lunch Patrol, Vice President of Ho-me Room.
Thomas G. Duff
Though he doesn't like to study, and books are his last resort,
Making friends and keeping them is Thomas Duff's great sport.
Mary Hilda Fagan
She comes through athletics with banners and bells,
And in all her studies, this young lady excels.
Senior Leaders Club, Drivers Club, President of Report Room, Student
Council, Swimming team '34, '35, Basketball '34, '35, '36, Volleyb-all '34,
'35, '36, '37, Soccer '34, '35, Hockey '36, '37, Tennis '34, '35, '36, '37,
Roger S. Findley
Roger's the sort of fellow one doesn't always find,
He keeps his head, and makes his way and never lags behind.
l-li-Y, Student Council, Foreword Reporter, Field Day Manager, Golf '36,
Sports is the thing that he likes best,
And in this field he works with zest.
Captain-Gym Team, Swimming Team, Pyramid Team.
Dan H. Keller '
When time for class play rolls around,
There's one thing that is true-
To shift the scenery on the stage
There's none, Dan, better than you.
Swimming team '33, '34, Student Council, Stage Crew, Lunch Patrol: jr.
E. Seymour Kerber
A student of merit is our "prof",
To his good work our hats we'll doff.
Astronomy Club, Short Vlfave Club, Foreword Staff, Stage Crew, Mgr.
Gym Team '36, Lunch Patrol.
Mary jane McKee
How worried and troubled Miss Carter would be,
If some one should kidnap little janey McKee.
Basketball '36, Mushlball '35, Driving Class.
She's very amlbitious to make her own way,
And surely success will her efforts repay.
Business Service Guild, Foreword Typist, Journal Staff, Bulletin Staff.
Katherine Inez Owens
Today in the future, and on to the end,
Katherine Owens is the type I would like for a friend.
Driving Club, Senior Leaders, Sigma Iota, Basketball '34, '35, '36, '37,
Soc-cer '34, '35, Hockey '36, '37, Mushball '34, '35, Volleyball '34, '35, '36,
Tennis '35, '36, '37.
Grace Lenore Pickard
W"hen it comes to rhyming, to Grace we have to look,
For she's the one who wrote many lines appearing in this book.
Journal Staff, Hall Patrol, Swimming '35, Type Club, Girl Reserves '33,
john 1. Radvak
A news reporter will be this lad,
For "The Reader's Digest" is always his fad.
Intramural Mushball QChampions of l934j, Intramural Basketball '34, '35:
Lunch Patrol, Hall Patrol.
Her favorite delight is an invitation to feast.
S'he's full of pep, vim and vigor, and likes Tasty Yeast.
Vice President of Home Room, Girls' Chorale, Volleyball '35, '37, Mush-
ball, Soccer, Hockey, Basketball '35.
Our shorty has beautiful, curly, black hair
But he's very hard for the girls to ensnare.
Intramural Basketball '34, '35, Intramural Mushball '36,
Grace E. Rizzo
Astride a horse that wants to prance,
Away goes "Gracie" who loves to dance.
Soccer, Banking Repr-esvenftative.
Among the boys within our class,
Gardy is always sure to pass.
Gym Team '35, '36, '37.
YVhen we need a statesman, a man of great note,
That's the time Nate Safyan's going to get our vote.
Captain 4th Period Patrol, Member Boys Lead-ers, Lunch Patrol, Sigma
Iota, Modern History Club.
George M. Sanner, Jr.
A jolly young fellow is this young man
And he drives the girls home in his Ford S-edan,
Lunch Patrol, Hall Patrol, Volleyball, Mushball.
Mary Gertrude Schmidt
She's happy, likes to travel, reads stories from "Life",
Sh-e'll surely make some traveling salesman a wonderful wife.
Lunch Patrol, Business Service Guild, Hall Patrol.
Louise Marie Sheehan
H-er eyes how they sparkleg she seems very gay.
She collects photographs in a very big Way.
Business Service Guild '36, '37,
Charles S. Simpson
Charlie is always laughing and is ever cracking wise,
And oh, how that boy does love to xv-ear bright red neckties.
Gym Team '35, '36, Band.
a Very small, and quiet and quite fond of cakes,
And when it comes to good looks, she's got what it takes.
Dave Spiegel's a blond and his hair how it curls,
A.bout all that he thinks of is girls, girls and girls!
Gym Team '35, journal Staff.
Katherine M. Stack
A very fine skater is Katherine Stack,
Her eyes they are hazel, and her hair it is black.
Lunch Patrol, Hall Patrolg Volleyball '34, '35, '36g Basketball '35g Mush
Always looking for pleasure, at least so it seems,
For she cloes'n't like Math and she doesn't like themes.
French Clubg Volleyball.
Betty jane Streng
Her highest ambition is to be a good nurse,
But as a cheerleader, we've heard a lot worse.
Helen M. Sutyak
Full of laughter, full of glee,
We all like her, as you can see.
Hall Patrolg Business Service Guild, Automobile Driving Club.
Pearl B. Teglassy
A beauty expert I'm sure is our Pearl,
And also w-e think her a very nice girl.
She likes either to sleep in a bed or swim in a pool,
But she certainly does not like to spend her time in school.
Howard R. Tippett
"'Tippy" is destined to be an engineer,
Helll surely do well with the bolt and the gear.
Male Chorus, All-City Chorus, Pyramid Team '35, Lunch Patrol, Boys
Senior Athletic Leaders '37.
Friedrich Albert Wagner
A quiet fellow well worth knowing,
His likeable ways are always showing.
Photographic Club, All-City Orchestra.
Helen E. Weinert
Helen has four little fingers and one little thu-mb,
Her favorite pastime is chewing gum.
Basketball '35, Volleyball '35, '36, Tennis '35,
Robert Harry White
Ready with a smile for anyone to see
But when it comes to studying, "That's stupid," says he.
Microscopic Club, Hall Patrol, Lunch Patrol.
Marjorie M. Wible
As pretty as a picture, a modern Helen of Troy,
I'm as envious as can be, who's the lucky boy?
Leaders Club, Foreword Staff, French Club, Dramatic Club, Ring Com
mittee, Vol-leyball '35, '36, Hockey '35, '36, Tennis '33, '34, '35, '36, Mush
This lad's favorite pastime always is driving,
In school for success he ever is striving.
VVhen vacation days are over
And school opens in the F-all,
, It'll 'be hard to fill Alex's place
In 'both football and basketball.
Football '35, '36, Leaders, Hall Patrol.
Mrs. Smith - Report Teacher
President ...................... ...................... X Vilbur Euston
Vice President ............ ...... M argaret Townsend
Secretary-'1'reasurer ...... ..... l lienrietta jasper
Student Council .......... ...... F lorence Laird
Foreword Reporter ............................ Henrietta jasper
Represen't-ed on eacfh team,
And shining in studies as well,
Looking them over they would se-em
To be just all around swell.
Success to them! ll1ey'll land on topl
T'hey'll climb al1ead4they never stop!
Dot's a blonde, an-cl pretty, too.
Thal's why we like her as We do.
Basketball '34, '35, Volleylb-all '34, '35, lVlushball '34, '35, 'l'-ennis '34,
'lfull of charm and dainty grace, y
Her thoughts are mirrored on her lace.
Foreword Staff, Pantomime Club, Dramatic Club, Student Council, Hand-
book Commfittee, Safe Driving Club.
Estelle M. Bryer
Stella has a way about her-
Markes it hard lor you to doubt her!
Volleyball 'Team '35, Mushball '36, Business Service Guild.
Arthur M. Cantle
Cantle is our rhythm King
XVith dancing feet and nimble sway,
H-ow we love to watch him swing
As he out-mooches Calloway.
Hall Patrol, Orcliestra A, lntramural Basketball, Secretary 454, Social
Mary Agnes Cobb
Co-bby is a flash in gym,
At every meet she's in the swim.
Voice A, Hockey Manager '35, Soccer '33, '34, Girls' Cfhorale '37.
Swimming' Team '33, '34, Volleyball '33, '34, '35, Basketball '33, '34, '35,
'36, Tennis '34, '35, '36, Mushball '33, '34, '35, Senior Leaders '35, '36,
Conscientious in all her work
She never has been known to shirk.
French Club, Driving Class.
Shorty is a r-eg'lar guy-He never
stops to wonder why,
He goes his own happy way-having fun from day to day.
Soccer Team '33, Bland.
A quiet, friendly, cheerful lad,
VVe'v-e never seen him when he's sad.
Caroline L. Dunn
Unobtrusive is Carrie Dunn,
And we are sure sh-e's lots of fun.
William Kenneth Durst
Chile Con Carne's his favorite clishg
He thinks jean Harlow's swellg
And this indeed,s his greatest wish
To be a star as well.
Report Room Secretary, Vigilance Committeeg Lunch Patrol.
John Dzura, jr.
They call him "diz", but just in fun
For when all is said and done
Hie'll surely come crashing through
On one of th-e pages of "W'ho's Who".
Intramural Basketball '33, Short Wave
Albert Francis Eckert
Blond and handsome, tall and fair,
He's a real boy-always square!
'34, Hall Patrol '37.
Hall Patrol, Memlber of Home Room Basketball Team.
Mary Atwood Emery
Mary, Mary, not contrary,
What makes your hair so red?
"Why don"t you know, you silly t
I was 'born that way,', she said.
Biology Club, Life Saving Club.
H-e's the leader of our class
R-ecl-lieacled dynamo, lots of pep.
All who know him will agree
There's not a boy with finer "rep".
Intramural Basketball '34, 135, Short VV
Lunch Patrol, Class President '37.
ave Club, Orchestra, Hall Patrol
Popular with every-one,
Grand to know-lots of lun!
Flower Committee, Orchestra A, Girl ll-es-erves, Home Room Student
Council, Hall Patrol, Volleyball '34, '35, '36, '37, Mushball '35, '36, Tennis
'34, Soccer '34, '35.
A conservative lad is he
He goes his Way in serenity.
Hall Patrol, Chess Club, German Club, Type Club, Received Medal in
Paul Morgan Harding
Popular, pleasant lad is he,
Always agreeable, never a frown
Usually happy, cheery to see.
Likeable, laughing, he's our pet clown.
lfVell-groomed, well-liked, well-bred--
What more could be said?
Crafts Club, Le C-ercle Francais de Victor Hugo, Secretary, Hall Patrol.
Ruth Eleanor Kern
A girl with pep and plenty of go.
She'll go far-that we know.
Volleyball '36, '37, Mushball Team '36, '37, Basketball '36, Business Ser-
vice Guild '36, Penmanship Club '36, Hall Patrol '37,
Personality plus-that's Flo!
We're sur-e she'll never lack a beau.
Library Club, Volleyball '36, Hall Patrol, Student Coun-cil.
Al's our mechanic, he tinkfers with tools.
Happy-go-lucky, he scoffs at all rules.
Donald's hard on his automobiles,
If he had his way he'd live on wheels.
President of Class Room.
The way to describe her is just this:-
She's such a friendly, quiet miss.
'You're as shy as you can be,
.But we all like you, Marthalee.
Ba-nd A, Volleyball '35, Soccer '35.
Florence Betty Oestreicher
Betty wants a career at heart
We'r-e sure she looks the part,
A single glance and you can see
H-er carefully planned efficiency.
Art Club, S-enior Stage Make-up Club, Volleyball '34, '35, Basketball '36,
Mushball '34, '35, Tennis '34, '35, '36, '37, Soccer '34, '35, Lunch Patrol '36
Herbert M. Paull
Herbie scorns his education
He prefers procrastination
He is bound with fascination
Dissecting watches, his vocation.
Marionette Club '34, '35,
Annetta N. Recht
An'netta's like a gay bouquet,
She always brightens up the day.
Sylvia M. Reno
Sylvia's small, but then you know,
Big oaks from little acorns grow.
Basketball '34, '36, Swimming Manager '35, Intramural Swimming '36
'37, Volleyball '35, '36, Manager '37, Soccer '34, Hockey '35, '36, Mush-
ball '35, '36, Tennis '35, '36, '37, Girls' Senior Leaders.
Paul J. Scally
Paul says he likes chickens-
We aren't quite sure what he had
Football '35, '36, Volleyball '37, Leaders Club, Band B, Hall Patrol.
All you do, you do well.
Art Club, Current Ev-ents Club, French Club '34, Volleyball, Tennis
Dodge Bat Ball, Biasketball, Soccer.
Pert and clever,
Cute and small,
She's the envy
Ot us all. Y
French Club-'Le Cercle Francais, Hall Patrol, Lunch Patrol.
His crowning glory's 'his blond hair,
He's sure to stand out everywhere.
Male Chorus, Hall Patrol, Voice A.
Girls' Chorale, Voice A, Leaders Club, Foreword Staff, Girls' Trio,
Basketball '33, '34, '35, Volleyball '34, '35, '36, '37, Tennis '34, '35, '36, '37,
Soccer '33, '34, Hockey '35, '36, French Club.
Steven A. Varga
Debonai1', blithe in everything
S't-eve's a boy who'll have his fling.
Gym Team '34, '35, '36, Swimming Team '34, '36.
VV'hal-en is our muscle man
Hes a real "all star",
He's sure to have many a fan
For in athletics he'll go far.
Football '35, '36 Co-captain, Basketball '36, Leaders Club, Hall Patrol,
The football field is might,
But Woods is mightier still,
He conquers all he aims for
VVi'th his overpowering will.
Varsity Basketball, Varsity Football '34, '35, '36,
Priscilla Bromley Wright
Her keen sense of humor, we all do admire,
To be a well-known writer, Priscilla should aspire.
French Club, Sigma Iota, Foreword Staff, journal Staff, Library Club.
U U H 6 H II 6
Mr. Freeble - Sponsor
President ................................ ................... J ohn Perry
Vice President ........... ........ b lerome Hahn
Secretary-Treasurer ...... ........ l luth Goldenson
Foreword Reporter ...... ......... l lobert Sully
Student Council .................................... Allan Holbrook
VVe've filled our place in every way-
In athletics, studies, clubs, and plays,
In scholarship we rate qui-te high,
We do our best and always try.
A quiet sort of chap whose interests are centered around aeronautics
l and science.
Model Club, Biology Club, Debate Club.
Daniel Gittings ,
Geometry is a subject Dan most abhors,
He's a lover of science and the outfof-doors.
Charles will n-ever in oblivion be,
This is our prediction-you wait and see.
1-lall Patrol, Lunch Patrol, Orchestra A.
This sweet girl has won our heart,
She's willing to help and do her part.
Current Events Club, Basketball '34, '35, Soccer '35.
Don's witty, bright, and gay-
He'll go .very high someday.
Foreword Staff, Field Day.
Bill has lots and lots to say
You'll hear from him at some later clay.
Hall Patrol, Lunch Patrol, Intramural Basketball and Mushball '35, '36.
Agnes is frank and likes lots of fun,
But not till her work and studies are done.
Hall Patrol, Lunch Patrol. '
Ruth's charm and pleasant smile,
Is known and loved for many a mile.
Hall Patrol, Lunch Patrol, Journal Staff, Social Committee, Secretary
of Home Room, Home Economics.
Music, laughter, and pep
Give Jerry his wonderful rep.
Foreword Staff, President of Home Room, Vice President of Home Room,
Foreword Reporter of Home Room, Band A, Orchestra A, Woodwiiid
Quintet, Debate, Chess, Bowling, Microscope, Soc-cer '34,
This charming miss with personality,
Brings much joy with her vitality.
Hiall Patrol, Lunch Patrol, Sigma Iota, Swimming Team '35, Basketball
'36, Volleyball '33, '34, '35, '36, Soccer '33, '34, Hockey '35, '36, Tennis
'35, '36, '37, Mushball '35.
Popular, active in every way,
WVe seldom see Allen from day to day.
Vice President of Class, Post-Gazette School Reporter, WWSW Radio
Sports Announcer, Secretary-Treasurer of Student Council, Activities
Lunch Patrol, Swimming '35, '36. A
Boar-d, Journal Staff, Treasurer of Hi-Y, Vice President of Green Key,
Mary Scott Hughes
Mary is our Scottish lass,
Most athletic in her class.
Operas do her fancy please,
Doesn't mind her classmates' tease.
Journal Staff, President of Girls Senior Leaders '37, Basketball '34, '35,
Volleyball '34, '35, '36, '37, Swimming '36, '37, T-ennis Manager '34, Soccer
'34, Mushball '34, '35, '36, '37, Hockey '36, '37, Picture Committee.
Mary's quiet and studious, liked in every way,
W'i,ll make a good secretary lor someone, someday.
Nifty Niblers Cllub, Creative Vtfriting, Business Service Guild, Volleyball
'35, M,ush'ball '34, '35, Soccer '34.
Elaine is our class sophisticate,
Hier grace and charm with us do rate.
Senior Play Cast.
Mildred has plenty ol tricks up her sleeve,
Loquacious, she's Mr. Freeble's pet p-eeve.
Volleyball '34, '35, '36, '37, Basketball '35, Type Club, Hall Patrol, Sigma
ln general he's athletic, a ladies' man,
Likes music an-d operas, is quite a sports' fan.
Class Play, Shot pu't record three years, Badminton Club.
Sonia Zabarenko .
Sonia is laughing and is happy all the while,
For everyone she has a good word and a bright smile.
Hall Patrol, Dramatic Club, Pantomime Club, Crafts Club.
He'l-l be a great business head we will predict,
And also in business he will never be licked.
Debating, Foreword Staff, Allderdice Adjustment Association, Chess
Team, Hall Batrol, Lunch Patrol.
Fred Lee Kovacs
A fellow who dresses very snappily,
Fred will live, we know, m-ost happily.
Hall Patrol, Co-Captain 2nd Preriod Hall Patrol, Sigma Iota Club.
1-las lots of personality, very light on her toes,
Nieecls a dance floor and pool, and oh! how she goes.
Sigma Iota, Pantomime, Swimming Team '35, Volleyball '34.
Annette janet Levine
Guess who! a curly-haired brunette,
Athletic, crafty, humorous? Annette.
Crafts Club '36, Girls Senior Leaders, President of Make-up Club '36, '37,
Tennis '34, '35, '36, '37, Volleyball '34, '35, '36, '37, Mushball '34, '35, '36,
Soccer '34, '35, Hockey '36, '37, Basketball '34, '35, '36, Secretary of Make-
up Club '35,
Good things come in little packs,
Tlhere is nothing that Peggy lacks.
Volleyball '34, Hall Patrol, German Club, Home Economics Club, Driv-
ing Class, Knitting Club.
A sunny disposition has our Jeanne,
Hlappy, charming, and a cheerful mieu.
Lunch Patrol, Secretary of Home Room, Home liconomics Club, Tennis
'34, '35, '36, '37, Volleyball '34, '35, '36, '37,
Hfoward is an easy going fellow who says that he likes French-
'but we know he is more interested in football and baseball.
Lunch Patrol, Story Telling Club, Cooking Club, lilevator Boy, Cheer
Leader '35, '36, Baseball '37,
A curly-haired blond is one step ahead
Of the rest of the males! fWatch out, girls, it's Fred.j
Lunch Patrol, Flower Committee, Home Room President, Secretary of
Hi-Y, Historian of Green Key.
Good is small and wise,
He's a Uerror for his size.
Hall Patrol, Cross Country Team '33, '34, Track Team '35, Field Day '34,
'35, Library Club.
Among the Smiths shines our Ray,
Distinguished by his manner gay.
Lunch Patrol, Hall Patrol.
Flonence is sweet, demure, and gay,
She is a leader in both Work and play.
Hall P-atrol, Lunch Patrol, Driving Club, Archery Club.
Alfred has mirth and lively wit,
VVith everyone 'he has made a hit.
Lunch Patrol, Hall Patrol, Band, Field Day '34.
A brilliant student is our Edna fair,
Also famed for her lovely red hair.
Journal Staff, Senior Leaders Clurb, Archery Club, Life-Saving Club,
Volleyball '35, Hockey '35, Basketball '35, Hockey '36, Basketball '36,
,loan's quite attractive, has talent in art,
Is known in her class as athletic and smart.
journal Staff, Art Club, Stage Make-up Club, Tennis '34, '35, '36, '37,
Volleyball '35, '37, Mushball '35, '36.
Quite a big fellow, intellectual is he,
Is musically-minded and likes chemistry.
Hall Patrol, Lunch Patrol.
Vic is a very quiet girl, hut is always ready to greet everyone with a
big broad smile.
Hall Patrol, Knitting Club.
1 If for Dick you want to hunt,
Look for the l-eader out in front.
Activities Board, Ring Committee, Green Key, 'l'reasurer of Hi-Y.
Among the praises for Marguerite,
Are those due her as a great athlete.
Hall Patrol, Business Service Guild, Basketball '35, '36, Volleyball '36,
'37 g Mushball '36.
Bobby is lively, witty, and kin-d,
Another like him would be hard to find.
Hall Patrol, Lunch Patrol, French Club.
john is the leader of our class,
With flying colors he'll always pass.
Class President, journal Staff, Hi-Y, Swimming Squad '35, '36, School
Plunge Record '36, '37.
Sport or amusement to Irvin appeals,
But homework and studies have no place he feels.
Captain Hall Patrol, Lunch Patrol.
Joseph is a hard worker in every way,
He'll be quite a success some day.
Model Aircraft Club, Cooking Club, Rifle Club.
HE EXTRA-cURR1cULAR activities offered by the various clubs of Allderdice
may be enjoyed by all students. At least one of the clubs can be found to
suit t'h-e individual pupil's int-erests.
These organizations offer opportunities to further outside hobbies under the
friendly supervision -of teachers. They are instrumental in tightening the bond be-
tween the pupil and his school. The relation of teacher and student is increased,
helping each to a better realization of their mutual problems. Perhaps most im-
portant is the development of cooperation and understanding which is so vital
School Clubs are another important advantage offered by our educational
system to help the student prepare for the time when his responsibilities will be
BUSINESS SERVICE GUILD
Alexandria Hosko-Vice President
John Patterson-Vice President
JR. STUDENT COUNCIL
Edwin Fisher-Vice President
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FIRST PERIOD PATROL
SECOND PERIOD PATROL
THIRD PERIOD PATROL
SIXTH PERIOD PATROL
FOURTH PERIOD PATROL
FIFTH PERIOD PATROL
JUNIOR DRAMATIC STAGE MAKE-UP
Miss W'agenknecht--Sponsor Miss Dorothy Zeigler-Sponsor
Leonore Malakoff-President Annette Levine-President
Adelyne Roth-Vice President Betty Markle-Vice President
7th PERIOD HALL PATROL
Sydney Kwall-Head Patrolman
Arthur Hurwitz-Vice President
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Adelee Paris-Vice President
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john Perry-Vice President
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Joseph Edelstein-Vice President
SHORT WAVE CLUB
Philip Permar-Vice President
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Rea Simon-Vice President
Ervene Yeloushan-Vice President
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Miss Dollard-Sponsor Miss Koenig-Sponsor
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HIS YEAR marks the tenth anniversary of Taylor Allderdice. In such a short
period of time, we cannot see very great differences in educational methodsg
but this anniversary calls to mind some of the great improvements which have
been made in the last two or three decades.
Many of the things which we take for granted in our school life seem un-
usual to our parents. The most notable of these are student activities. Student
Councils, clubs, patrols, voting, student courts, and assemblies have all come into
the school life since -our parents went to school,
It is the responsibility of present students to make good use of these extra-
curricular activities if they are to be continued and increased. Some students
are inclined to scorn them, imagining that they are of no use to them. Others
do understand that self-government activities help to make better and more in-
telligent citizens in later years. lt is an Americans duty to support and take
part in his own government 3 it is the studen-t's duty to support and to participate
in his own school's activities. By non-support and unenthusiastic participation,
the feeling will be created that the majority of the students do not desire extra-
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HALL OF FAME
HE YEAR 1937, besides turning out some very fine teams in Allderdice, pr-o-
duced some exceptional individual stars who deserve a choice spot in the
Allderdice Hall of Fame.
First, in football the names of John Whalen, Howard Silverman, William
Frick, Jack McT1ighe, Melvin Krasnow, and Kenneth Woods deserve to go down
in the annals of Allderdice grid history because they all graced the lineups of
the many All-scholastic teams. john Whalen, captain of the '36 Dragon eleven,
deserves special acclaim. The pigskin-toter played such a sterling game on the
offense and defen-se at hfis fullback position that he was named on 'the first team
selected by all three -city papers. Whalen was given further honors by being se-
lected captain of a mythical all-Allderdice eleven chosen by Mr. Irvin this past
fall. Silverman, Frick, and M'cTighe, all three sterling linemen, also m.ade first
team. Krasnow and Woods were given honorable mention.
In basketball the Dragons- produced only -one player who received all-city
ranking. The player in mention was B-ert Goldman, a truly great performer.
Bert's exceptionally fine play throughout the season had much to do with the
success of the Green and White basketeers. He was a spearhead on the attack
and a bulwark on the defense, and beside having these attributes he was strictly
a team worker, that is he was not one to go after the limelight but rath-er a
player who saw that his team came first. Mr. Irwin, the Dragon mentor, ranks
Bert right alongside Levy, Miller, Bonn, and Levine, stars on the Allderdice court
teams in the pastg and, to be sure, this rating is justly deserved.
AYLOR ALLDERDICE, for the first time in its history, really had something to
cheer about when the curtain was lowered on the 1936 grid campaign.
Especially is this strange in the light of the fact that the Dragons did not walk
off with any championship laurels. But even in defeat the Green and White
showed its colors as true champions-never giving an inch without a character-
istic Allderdice fight.
With only seven lettermen back from the previous season, Coach Irvin and
Coach Slessinger, a new addition to the Allderdice coaching ranks, molded to-
gether an eleven that had the earmarks of a winner down to the few remaining
leagu-e tussles. A-llderdice and Westinghouse finally locked horns in what proved
to be the deciding skirmish of the season as far as championship honors were con-
cerned. In a rough and tumble affair on the Allderdice gridiron, the West-
inghouse lads, by means of superior man power, walked off with a 13 to 7 de-
cision and there went the glittering 'hopes of the titular aspiring Dragons. But
undaunted by this crushing setback, the Allderdice grid warriors the following
week administered a 6 to O reverse on the Peabody "Highlanders," This marked
the first time that an Allderdice football team had ever defeated one from Pea-
Next year the Allderdice grid mentors will be faced with the difficult task
of replacing eighteen lettermen. The stalwarts who will graduate from the squad
are VVhalen, Gross. McTighe, McClain, Krasnow, Frick, Silverman. VVoods, Scally.
Reinhard, Goldman, Feczurka, Schwartz, Hinish, Amsler, Dowler, Cagle, and Paul.
Sept. 18-Allderdice ...,. .,........... l 4 'Perry ................. ..,..... 0
Sept. 25-Allderdice ...., ......... l 3 Fifth Avenue .,..... ..,..... 0
Oct. 2-Allderdice ..,.,., .,..., 7 Schenley ...,...,.... ......,. 6
Oct. 10-Allderdice ....... ...,.. 6 "'Martins Ferry .,... ,...,.,. 7
Oct. 24-Allderdice .,... ,...., O "McKeesport ...... ......., 6
Oct. 30-Allderdice ..... ....., 7 Westinghouse ..... ........ l 3
Nov. 6--Allderdice ....... .......,. 6 Peabody .,...,... ..,,... 0
Nov. 12-Allderdice ...,, .......,. l 9 South ....,. ........ l 2
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ITH THE RECORD of the preceding year completely 'blotted from memory,
the .'Xllderdice lmaskethallers under the almle guidance of Mr. lrwin start-
ed the l937 campaign with no less an objective than the City Championship 219
their goal to he reached at the end of the season.
Vklith the team of Goldman, Rosenfeld, Mcllighe. Reinhard and liishop un-
der his wing, Coach lrwin prepared his proteges for the gruelling titular race hy
sending them against Homestead, McKeespr1rt, Perry and Aspinwall in pre-
season affairs. As their record of three losses against one victory might indi-
cate, the team did not look any too promising.
But as soon as the Section I race started the Dragons b-egan to click on all
cylinders. Paced by Goldman and McTighe, the Green and White took their
rivals fro-m Peabody, Schenley, Connelly and Fifth Avenue int-0 camp rather
easily. But th-en along came their old Nemesis, Westinghouse, to put a halt to
the Dragonls winning ways. As the 31-29 score testifies, the game was close
throughout. "Yidel" Rosenfeld starred by scoring fourteen tallies. The follow-
ing week the powerful South team made quick work of the Dragons, thus clos-
ing the first half festivities.
With McTighe, Reinhard, Rosenfield, and Bowlus graduating at mid term,
the second half outlook looked rather glum. But building around Bishop and
Goldman, Mr. Irwin molded a team that sparkled even 'brighter than the one
lost. With Roger and Byron jorgenson, Mendel Silverman, Sam Kaiser and
Dave Brinn playing brilliant ball, the Dragons lost only one game-that to South.
Even this loss was taken as a matter of form :because the "Orioles" eventually
went on to capture the State Championship.
Taking -everything into consideration the Dragon five made a showing that
deserves nothing but the highest praise. Ending in undisputed possession of
second place with nine wins and three losses, their record is one of the bes-t ever
produced by an Allderdice court team.
The outlook for next year is unusually bright with only Bert Goldman grad-
uating. John Bishop will leave at mid-term next season but with a new crop of
promising recruits available from -the junior squad, the loss may be overcome.
HE GYM TEAM was handicapped, throughout the entire season due to lack
of entrants. In a dual meet held at Fifth Avenue the team lost for this
reason, although three first places were taken. The only other meet in which
the team participated was the All-City Meet hel-d at Peabody. Allderdice cap-
tured fourth places. These went to Nathan VVedner performing with the Indian
clubs and Joseph DeFebo on the horse. Those graduating are Nathan Wedner,
Gardner Robertson, Richard Dunn, and Steve Vargo.
His YEAR, the Cross-Country team again enjoyed a successful season. In
the opening meet Coach I-Iaar's harriers defeated South Hills by 23 t-o 33
score. Three days later they bested the Freshman team of the University of
Pittsburgh, 25 to 30. In a quadruple meet with Langley, Oliver, and the Car-
negie Tech Freshnmen, Allderdice lost to Langley by one point, but beat Oliver
and the Tartan Frosh. By defeating Langley in the City Championship Meet by
a score of 51 to 54, the Drag-ons annexed the city title for the secon-d successive
year. Dolgos, Sherlock, and Hamilton are the only boys lost to the team by
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FTER A LAPSE of five years Allderdice once again was represented by nine
men who were out to show their prowess on the baseball diamond. Coached
by Mr. Irwin, the Drag-ons were represented in Section I of the city high school
league, playing in competition with five other schools.
Bad Weather and a failure to find a suitable playing field, as well as con-
venient practice grounds, delayed the Dragons' start no little. But as per sched-
ule the Green and Wliite took the field against Allegheny at Friclc Park and ad-
ininistered a crushing 5-4 defeat on their foes.
The line-up Mr. Irwin used throughout most of the seas-on was B. jorgenson,
cf, Blythe, lf, Keifer, rf, R. Jorgenson, lbg Goldman, Zbg Holbrook, ssg and
Mazeroff, Sb. Hennessey, Abromovitz, Vecchio and Patterson divided the pitch-
ing chores, while Marburger carried the brunt of the catching. This line-up was
changed as the seas-on progressed with Goldman being moved over to thir-d, and a
newcomer in Burton being placed on second.
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NJOYING only mediocre success, the Allderdice swimming team by no means
came up to the natatory teams of the past. Winning only two meets while
losing four, Coach Slessinger's proteges failed to set any outstanding pool records
and were only able to place one swimmer in the Western Pennsylvania Champ-
Paced by Johnny Born, high point man of the team with a total of 3924,
the Green and White tankers were able to take the measure of Fifth Avenue and
Connelly, but Schenley, Westinghouse, South and Turtle Cr-eek proved too com-
petent. John Born and Buddy Mars represented Allderdice in the Western Penn-
sylvania Regional Finals at Slippery Rock with Born -capturing third in the 220
Prospects for next year's team look very favorable in spite of the fact that
James Conway, Joe Dolgos, Richard Lynch, Joe McNiff and Steve Vargo will
be lost due to graduation.
LAYING WITHOUT THE services of two of their star niblick wielders, the
Allderdice 1937 golf team had little to show for its efforts when the curtain
was rung down on the close of the recent season. With John Niskach dropping
out of school and Roger Findley laid up for half the season, the Dragons had to
carry on with only one "ace", Jack Kranick. back from last year. Vlfhen the
season finally opened up the Dragon line-up read like this: Number 1, Jack
Kranickg No. 2, Charles Cuden: No. 3, Myron Marks, No. 4, Andrew Grezmak
and at the number 5 post was John Dzura.
ITH THE CITY NET TITLE practically an institution in Allderdice, the re-
gional finals still seem to be the bugaboo that continually haunts Dragon
netters. VVinning the city tennis title for about the nth time. the hopes of Green
and White racquet wielders were severely blasted when they were set back by a
strong Shady Side Academy team in the first round of the regional finals.
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HE ELEVENTH AND TWELFTH grade basketball tournament was played during
the month of October. The four twelfth grade teams, captained by M. A.
Cob-bg L. McCulloughg M. VValton and Seibel joined in the tournament with
four eleventh grade teams. A number of hard fought games were carried on,
and the final game of the season was played between M. A. Cobb of the twelfth
grade and G. Hamilton of the eleventh grade. The game was Certainly a close
one, and M. A. Cobb came out victorious with a score of 40-39. The players on
the winning team were: J. Jamison, B. Larson, R. Caldwell, H. Epstein, D. Hud-
son, Alta Gardner and M. A. Cobb.
UE TO THE great number of spectators at the games and the opinions of the
girls when they are asked what they think abo-ut Volley Ball, it can be defi-
nitely stated that this game stands first in th-e Sports Parade of the year. A reas-
on for this may be that those of the sidelines seem to get as much enjoyment and
are more enthusiastic than those girls actually participating in the game. Long
volleys encouraged by clapping and hilarious shouts could be witnessed almost
any eighth period during February in the girls' gym. This year the players have
developed real skill in passing the ball from one row to another and finally having
it "spiked" by a person in the first row.
The girls are quite proud of the team headed iby Mary Hilda Fagan for it
not only w-on the tournament last year but also came out on top this season.
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HE Fox AND HOUND CHASE, the Christmas Party, Treasure Hunt and the
S-enior Leaders' Erolic were only a few of the many interesting and gay
events in which the leaders participated. This year's program was filled with
exciting and novel entertainment for this enthusiastic, active group. One of their
cleverest ideas was the wearing of those new, attractive, yellow outfits that have
been seen lately-they will help to id-entify the leaders.
At the first meeting of the year, the girls elected Helen Magidson as presi-
dent, Esther Marcuson vice-president, Henrietta Gerwig treasurer, Rita Williams
secretary, and Mary Hilda Fagan social chairman. There were two contending
teams. The first was headed by Helen Magidson and the other by Esther -Mar-
cuson. At the end of the semester the president's team led by a few points. N The
officers for the second team were: Mary Hughes, Mary Myers, Esther Marcuson,
lVLargaret Maclachlan, and Marjorie Wible.
Shuffle Board was introduced to the club about the middle of April, and
after a few weeks of practice some of the girls entered contests which were held
at the Frolic. It certainly seems to be a very popular sport and the leaders are
hoping that it will be installed in the regular schedule of Allderdice Sports.
To gain membership to the Senior Leaders Club has become the greatest
ambition of all the juniors. This can be easily understood as the club, under the
direction of Miss Long, has enjoyed not only many good times together, but has
developed splendid athletic leadership and fine sportsmanship.
wo FORMS of tennis were played at Allderdice last year. Doubles were off-
. ered to the sophomores and juniors, and singles to the seniors. At the end
of the eleventh grade tournament, which was played last June, Joan Strassburger
and Margaret Maclachlan were found at the top. The followin-g September they
represented Allderdice in the City T-ournament.
The fact that all the games w-ere played on the home court certainly made the
games more interesting and realistic to the rest of the girls. The brilliant playing
on the part of both girls helped them to get int-o the finals without much effort.
The South Hills team, which had n-ot as yet lost a game, was their opponent.
After winning two consecutive sets out of three, with a score of 6-l, 6-2,
Joan and Margaret were declared winners and again the City Championship was
in possession of Taylor Allderdice. This year's tennis season, which is held in
june, promises to exhibit a great deal of sparkling playing on the part of the
PLASH: The Taylor Allderdice swimming team is off again for new and more
brilliant victories. Gver one hundred and fifty girls, representing schools
from all over the city, particularly in the Inter-school Swimming Meet in which
Allderdice placed second in both the ninth and tenth grade contest. The spec-
tators, numbering over three hundred, crowded the bleachers to see the amazing
contest. Certainly the team's accomplishment is considered remarkable and the
members should be congratulated for their fine swimming and diving.
Early this spring an intramural swimming meet was held in which the girls
were awarded points for outstanding ability.
Hrs YEAR,S basketball season which opened in the latter part of October
was enthusiastically met by the seniors. To liven things up, the twelfth
graders took part in a combined tournament with the eleventh gradeg and much
to the surprise of the sophisticated seniors, their juniors played a fast and hard
game in their determination to come out as winners. To add to the interest, the
final game was played by Mary Agnes Cobb's powerful twelfth grade team and
Georgia Hamilton's fast eleventh grade team. It was the most exciting game in
the tournament which can be inferred from the final score of 40 to 39 in favor
of the seniors. Both teams contributed to the unusually good shooting and the
fine sportsmanship. The members of the winning team were: june jameson,
Betty Larson, Ruth CadWell,,+i.He1en Epstein, Dorothy Hudson, Alta Gardner and
Mary Agnes Cobb.
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For luncheon or afternoon tea at the
smart, pleasant Balcony Grilles in
our Jenkins Arcade and Oliver
of cl For the finest Candy in the land?
fresh every clay-in varieties to suit
F7-jgnd every taste and purse . . . at all
on thc occasion of its tenth anniversary.
It has been a real pleasure to co-oper-
ate with your faculty and staff in the
publication of this, as Well as preceding
editions, of the Alldercliee Annual
WF, TOO, are celebrating an especial
anniversary this year-OUR FIF-
TIICTH, and we "point with pride"
to our record of achievement. From a
small beginning in 1887 we have
climbed steadily and now occupy a
commanding position in the Pittsburgh
printing industry. We have always
kept pace with every new development
and include every up-to-date appliance
needed to produce printing properly
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424 DUQUESNE WAY PITTSBURGH AT1antic 4875-4876
Complimwff vf Perl-Reichbaum Co.
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ALDERSON APARTMPQNTS Delicatessen
Eiimunce .AVENUE APARTMx-:N'rs 1901 MURRAY AVE.
HA 5700 J. F. Dunziy, Mgr. JACkS0H 1100
PRESENTING IDEAL SENIQRS
Compliment: of Squirrel Hill? THE GIRL
Fimfff I-lair .,...A.,.,,..,....,..,...,.. Genevieve Kosiba
Eyes ....,....4...,....................,,,. Selma Sigal
FOOD MARKET Facial contour .,.... .......,.i.. B etty Grove
. 1 Figure ........... i.., .....,....... B e ttv Bradley
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Ghck S hood art Poise ............... ..... M argaret Freidel
Dress .,..,.,.... .............., E leanor Siff
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3 Phones HA 4450-4451-4452 Disposition ........i. ,.,,.....,...., A nna Witt
Sense of humor ,.,........, Esther Schwartz
Personality ,...i,.,...... Ruth Longenecker
Eyes ...,,, ........,. R oman Pijanrowski
f 1 Face .......,..... ....,.. VX 7illiam Ladley
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Physique ..i.. ,... VV1ll1a1n Frlck
1 or X Poise ...,.... ,Robert Benson
Dress ,.,..,.,...,... ..,., , i VVilliam Slocum
Qffg, Tfmif gimme C,mg,,,m1,,,i,,m Cutenesus ..i.,i,.,. ,.,..... Vlfilbur Starr
to 11,5 C1,mg1 of 1937 Debonalreness ......,. Eclwarcl. Demmler
Expert Watch, Clock and Jewelry Sense of humor ,......... Vvllllillli Lester
Repairing Intellect. ,.i,......,...,...,. i ...,. . Albert L-asclay
1929 Murray Avenue, Squirrel Hiu Personality '... .....,,,,, ,.i,i lX f Iichael Mitchell
JA 3175 Most popular girldlrlelen Magidson
Most popular boy-Frank Friedman
The House of Reliable Quality and Service
Standard School Jewelers
Nixon Theatre Building
Class Rings and Pins Booklet Diplomas Commencement Announcements
Club Pins Cups and Trophies Medals and Awards
Sport Charms and Keys
Ann M. Gallagher
Greeting Card: for All Oeemriom
Affelder and Smith
HA S952 1823 MURRAY AVE, 1717 Murray Ave. Pittsburgh, Pa
HA Zel 3615
V I M Compliments of the
SAN D O Ml RE SQUIRREL HILL
F ree Delivery
At All Times
Barber and Beauty
Coiiiplimeiils o f
Good Luck and Best Wishes to the 1937 Classes from
Youngk News Stand
NOVEL'1'IES TOYS CANDY
A11 the Magazines 5804 Forbes Street
Peiimyl'Umiiiz's Most Beautiful
1916 MURRAY AVENUE
.IA 0266 25 Alleys
THE UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH
-with a great part and growing future-
is celebrating one hundred fifty years of notable
service to Western Pennsylvania
ADDRESS THE REGISTRAR
Compliments of Fred's Barber and Beauty
Shop-S 8 71 Forbes Street.
1913 Murray Avenue
Braddock and Hutchinson Avenues
MOLLA BEAUTY PARLOR
Mollie Baltrotsky, Prop.-1953 Murray Ave
S. Braddock Avenue
B R E N T'S
SQUIRREL HILL STORE-5820 FORBES STREET
A PPELE LEYLLQR
Wa HALF TON E S
AND LTN E ETCHTNGS
THAT WERE USED
TN PRINTING TEITS
SUDEQKJR ENGRAVING Co.
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Save Something Regularly
To save something regularly out of what you earn is to make friends now with
the future. Systematic saving leads to the fulfillment of many interesting plans
It relates you in a happier, more helpful way to life.
A deposit of 51.00 opens a Savings
Account with this Bank.
THE UNION SAVINGS BANK
Capital and Surplus 54,000,000
FRICK BUILDING FIFTH AVE. and GRANT ST.
BUSTER BROWN SHOES
For Boys and Girls
BOY SCOUT SHOES
GIRL SCOUT SHOES
HA zel 5720
5862 Forbes Street
VOX POP Compliment: 0 f
This afternoon our microphone is lo-
cated in the first floor hall of Allder-
dice. We're just in time to see the dis-
tinguish-ed seniors dash from the build-
ing fTime-about 3:45D. lfVe wonder
what some of their hobbies are. Shirley
Kiaplan says that hers is making up
mystery stories. Herman Goldstein's
is MEN-fWatch ou-t boys!j Willbur
Starr likes berry picking-of all things.
Pigeon racing makes William Kern
happy, while jane Willman prefers
ping-pong. VVe just asked Carl Tay-
lor about his pet peeve. He says it's
people who ask dumb questions QGuess
that puts us in our plaoej. Robert
Hutchison doesn't like school teachers
and John Kyle objec-ts to nightwork.
Betty Grove is against mustaches. We
asked a lot of people to tell us their
favorite 'books and they all say they're
"Gone with 'the Wind" or "H-enry Es-
mond." We'll have to sign off with a
parting question. Do you like boys and
girls? Frank Alexander says "Sure--
do y-ou expect to find all the misan-
thropes by this one?" W-elre going
home and look up some words in the
THROUGH ALLDERDICE AND
Who looks about with frightened glance
And walks about in knicker pants?
Who doesn't seem to have a chance?
Who now has confidence galore
And struts about from door to door?
NVho claims he studies till three or four?
Who dresses up to come to class
And blithely lets his studies pass?
Who always sighs, Alack! Alasl?
NVho stares about with lordly gaze
But spends the last month in a haze
As eagerly he counts the days?
DOROTHY M. GOLDSTEIN, Alderman
C omplimenlr of
A F fiend
FORBES HARDWARE STORE
5851 Forbes Street HA 0238
KEYSTOXNE JEWELRY MFG. CO.
412 Clark Bldg. 717 Liberty Ave.
"JOHN KATZ-FRESH FISH
2128 Murray Ave, IA 2575
Compliments of C. E. REICHARD
We who are going into the world to
become great men and women fwe
hopej wish to show those who do not
graduate a sample of our amazing
story of knowledge. These are some
of the facts we acquired or thought we
acquired as Time Stumbled On.
Biology-A grasshopper has three
pairs of wings 5-Anterior, posterior.
Physics-Cold contracts things. That is
why the days are short in winter.
French-Hors de combat. A war horse.
English-An epicure is a poet who
Chemistry-Hard water is another name
Latin-Pax in bella. Freedom from in-
digestion CPeace in the stomachj.
H ygiene-VV hen you breathe you in-
spire. When you do n-Ot breathe you
Halleck-There are three types of
poetry: lyric, dramatic and epidemic.
History-A person may become a citi-
zen in 'two ways. He may be born
one or he can be neutralized.
We feel that this is enough to either
inspire or discourage you.
AMERICAN COAT, APRON and TOVVEL
MAX MOSES, President
N. S., PITTSBURGH, PA.
Compliments of Regent Square Shoe Repair
BREGMAN'S Murray Avenue
Fruits and Vegetables
Compliments of NU WAY CLEANERS
Compliments of Orringer's Grocery Store
MARKLEY'S BEAUTY SHOP
1818 Munray Avenue
Although VVebster's Dictionary is
constantly revised, there are still many
words whose modern meaning should be
Ambidextrous, adj. .-'xible to pick with
equal skill a right-hand pocket or a left.
Bacchus, n. A convenient deity in-
vented by the ancients as an excuse for
Clairvoyance, n. Pretending to
know what someone is thinking, when
they are not thinking at all.
Habeas Corpus. A writ by which a
man may be taken out of jail when con-
fined for the wrong crime.
Hash, n. Stuff which isn't, which
if it was, wou1dn't be anyhow because
no one cares anyway.
Helpmate, n. Wife, or bitter-half.
Noise, n. Chief product of civiliza-
THE RECIPE FOR THE IDEAL
l qt. personality--Shirley Brown
M qt. brilliance-Freda Jaffe
1 qt. manners-Patty Reber
2 pt. wit and humor-Ad-elee Paris
2 pt. attractiveness Cpr-etty but not
LG or Z gal. height-"Good things come
in small packages but some girls are
two packages fullf'-Elaine Marks.
2 gal. Midge Norris-5 pt.
1 to lk pt. weight-resulting in the
thin or pleasinglyp plump type--Betty
2 pt. neat appearance-Skippy Seder
1 cup understancling-Ethyl Sap-per
a few grains of shyness-Esther Bar-
a dash of sarcasm-Mini Amdur
2 ts. silence!???? Can't find it here!
1 lb. smiles-Violet London '
122 cup smooth dancing-Bertha Hoff-
Add all ingredients
Stir very, very gently
Bake until just right
Cnot too hot, not too coldj
And then taste!
Terry Allderdice says, quote, "If the
way to a 11131'1yS heart is through his
stomach then this recipe certainly hits
the spot with a bangf'
GIRLS MAY BE ON A DIET BUT
ANY GIRL WILL ENJOY THIS
The Recipe for the Ideal Mail
l quart personality-Allan Holbrook
1 quart intelligence-Arthur Frankston
M quart manners-Tom Hart
Z pints wit and humor-Eddie Wein-
l pint pleasant features and nice hair-
3 glasses lieiglit-Wally McClean
2 pints weight Cnicely distributed es-
pecially around shouldersj-Bob
2 pints neat appearance-Richard Steele
l cup "knowing a time and place for
everything" ? P ? ??
A few grains of shyness-Robert Lyle
A pinch of tenderness-Tyrone Powers
2 pound smiles-David Hoffman
1 cup smooth dancing-Louis Broad
Add all ingredients
Bake until hot!!
Then taste-yum yum.
Tested and approved by Miss All-
uw. N... ,
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To Miss Katherine lVLcCamblay and the members of the
Business Service Guild for their valuable assistance in typing
the material of this book.
To Miss Marie Dollard and the art students for designing
and preparing the decorative effects.
To Mr. Kavanaurgh and the boys in the print shop for very
helpfu-l services in preparing 'business and advertising forms
To the sponsors, Miss Rose Hartz and Miss Dorothy
Zeigler, and the members of the play casts of the two classes
for their excellent work which aided in financing this b-ook.
To the members of the Student Councils for their efforts
in selling subscriptions.
To the Mayer Publishing and Printing Company, the Siss-
man Studio, and the Superior Engraving Company for their
efficient and helpful construction of this, the 1937 Journal.
To all teachers and pupils for their loyal aid and assistance
without which this book could not succeed.
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