Allendale Columbia High School - Clavus Yearbook (Rochester, NY)
- Class of 1953
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Rochester, New York
-Tir The 1953 CLAVUS s'ra'FF has compiled +l1is annual wiflri Two
obieciives in mind: 'ro preseni' a glimpse info llie sundry happenings
William Marshuetz. Editor a+ Allendale during 'llwe lasi len mon+l'1s, ancl fo do ir in a sornewliaf
Garrett Morse Business Manager diwcferenl, and we nope a liHle more in+eres+ing,way.
' Willri lhe able guidance ol Mr. Milella, rlwe financial silualion
was made secure early in The year, so if was wiili a clear conscience
QM 'rliai we 'rurned +0 flwe aclual wriiing and consfruciion of l'l'1is, lime
X William Marslnuerz ............... Edifor
', ' , Garreil Morse ........ Business Manager
Q, John Sireef ........ Adverlising Manager
1 Q!! Donald Sproai ....., Circulalion Manager
",i' ZQU John McGuclcen ............. Ari Edilor
if , - Thaddeus Newell -
hq f K I X G Charles Lewis ....... Sporls Edifors
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l ' Mr. Alberi Wiiimer ........ Pnorography
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COURTLAND CRAMP MULFORD
lf is wi+h a deep sense of appreciaiion and grafilude +ha+ we, fhe Senior Class,
dedicafe fhe I953 CLAVUS 'ro Mr. Couriland Cramp Muliord.
Through 'rhe eighf years in which Mr. Mulford has been associafed wi'rh Allen-
dale, his keen sense of humor, his poin'red wiHicisms, and his consianf reference lo
life Edwardian enlivened his classes in higher mafhemafics. lending mirlh and color
+o whaf could have been a very dull subiecf. This same spirii of opfimism and 'failh
in lhe human animal has prevailed fhroughoul his convalescence which has caused
his absence from school +his pas? year.
I+ is our sincere hope fha? Mr. Mulford will conlinue, upon his discharge from
"+he hospifal on 'rhe hill", fo make life for his s+uden+s a memorable and inieresling
experience, as he has done in fhe pas+. We can wish only 'fhe bes+ 'lo 'rhis man, who
has been boih a friend and a counselor fo us during our years as undergraduaies.
The T952-l953 school year is presenTed in The Tollowing pages as seen
Through The eyes oT Pal, a benevolenT springer spaniel, whose daily meander-
ings Trom classroom To classroom make him a Tamiliar Tigure To everyone
associaTed wiTh Allendale.
Pal enjoys many disTincTive privileges noT accorded his TuiTion-paying
Triends. l-le is never harassed by a complicaTed chemical Tormula or by
The complexiTies oT a mixed meTaphor. When a class bores him, he unosTen-
TaTiously Trundles OTT To a more desirable locaTion. Marks are noT The bane
oT his exisTence, nor does he need To Tear The admoniTion oT an iraTe
Teacher when homework is noT compleTe. WiTh a quieT and naTurally re-
served aTTiTude, our good Triend Pal has ToleranTly observed The varied
maniTesTaTions oT human behavior.
This pasT summer Pal Tollowed wiTh nosTalgic awe The compleTe renova-
Tion oT The school planT, including The consTrucTion oT a new shop and
kiTchen, The sound-proofing oT classrooms,
and The erecTion of a connecTing passage-
way beTween The main building and The
I I 7 gymnasium. Old haunTs were obliTeraTed
X y' and new ones creaTed as carpenTers,
N . plumbers, and masons sTolidly and re-
:5 soluTely wenT abouT Their work. BuT changes
' li did noT deTer The TaiThTulness of Pal, who,
n N X 'll I N ThroughouT The long summer, daily checked
l , In The progress oT The work.
' X sy Making careTul menTal noTes oT The
W I .Q Trivial and specTacular which have Trans-
. 'ma pired in The course oT The year, our
N 3 l aTfable, amiable, and aTFecTionaTe canine
X companion has submiTTed a record which
he Teels is represenTaTive OT The high
A poinTs of school liTe as we have known iT
aT Allendale durin our lasT ear oT
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J l maTriculaTion here.
PETER A. SCHWARTZ
Mr. Schwarfz has been a+ Allen-
dale for live years. This period
has seen monumenial changes in
The school, bofh funclionally and
physically: enrollmenl has more
Than doubled, 'rhe adminislrafion
has grown proporrionalely, and il
is on ihe whole a much beHer
insfiluiion in which +o learn and
work. His genial personalily has
earned him The friendship and
respecl of all who know him.
Now he is leaving us, and will
nexl year head The Pembroke
Couniry Day School in Kansas
Cify, Missouri. The Pefer Schwarlz
sfory so far has been one of suc-
cess. and we cerlainly have no
reason To believe 'Thai I+ will be
any differenl in The iulure. Words
are inadequale lo express our
feelings 'foward ihis man +0 whom
we owe so much, so lei if suffice
for us 'ro wish him 'The very bes+
in years io come, and To say "au
revoir" fo more ihan iusl a head-
masleri +0 a 'rrue friend.
Mr. Frederic S. Welsh
Mr. G. Alfred Sproaf
Mr. Alan O. Hickok
Mr. Frank E. Ganneff
Mr. Frederic T. Finucane
Mr. Marion B. Fulsom
Mr. Alexander D. Hargrave
Mrs. George D. Nichols
Mr. F. Riffer Shumway
Mr. Merfon H. Lewis
Mr. Thomas Hawks
.. . Presidenl
. . .Secrefary
Lanfhrop P. Marsland
Howard A. Schumacher
Theodore F. Pevear
Roberf C. Silver
Harry K. Clark
NICHOLAS R. MILELLA
B.Ed., Brockport State Teacher's College
Graduate School University of Rochester
Appointed in 1943
Middle School Head
Advisor to CLAVUS
Testing Committee Chairman
Teacher in the Middle School
J. L. GORHAM SMITH
A.B.. Hamilton College
Appointed in 194-l
Teacher of Latin ,
Coach of Varsity Football and Baseball
EDNA S. BROADBOOKS
Columbia University Teacher's College
Lower School Head
Teacher of the First and Second Grades
ANTHONY M. PARTIGAN
B.S., M.Ed., University of Rochester
Appointed in 1950
Ass't. Coach of Football and Baseball
Coach of Varsity Basketball
WARREN C. CRANDELL
B.S.. Oswego State Teacher's College
Appointed in 1951
Middle School Science and Mathematics
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JAMES B. WEBSTER JAMES F. BRADLEY
B. A., Amherst A.B., M.Ecl., University of Rochester
Appointed in 1950 Appointed in 1952
Middle School Mathematics
Advisor to CROW'S NEST
NORMAN H. JAMES
Kingswell Court, England
Appointed in 1952
Middle School Science and Mathematics
Physical Education ' PAUL J. SMITH
B.A., M.A.. University of Rochester
Appointed in 1952
Coach of JV Baseball
Advisor to Blaclctriars
ROBERT P. SCHWAB
B.A., University of Rochester
Appointed in 1952
Coach of Rifle Squad
Advisor to Blaclcfriars
PERRY A. CARPENTER
B.A., Syracuse University
M.A.. University of Chicago
Appointed in 1953
All Upper School Mathematics
ALBERT J. ALMANSBURGER
State University of New York: B.S. in
Phy. Eel., Brockport State Toacher's College
Appointed in 1953
EDNA B. COOLEY
ALICE E. DEAN
B.A., Nazareth College
Appointed in 1953
Teacher of the Third Grade
Teacher of Piano
JAMES B. DRAKE
B.A., Bowdoin: M.A.. Harvard University
Appointed in 1953
Coach of Track
GLADYS WILDER IDA HELMER
Secretary to the Headmaster Librarian
Soccer 3, 4
JV Basketball 3
Track 3. 4
REGIS ALAN BENOIT
The Hermil' of fhe Y ...... alms for +he hungry ...... a mad pianisf ......
always lafe ...... an efernal pessimisi' ...... fhe bane of Mr. Carpen+er's
exisfence . . .
JV Basketball 3. 4
Track 3. 4
Baseball 3, 4
Blaclxfriars 3, 4
Glee Club 3
ANTHONY JOSEPH CARDWELL
The li++le Monsfer ....... loud, gaudy. flashy. blinding, dazzling clofhes: parliculary
necldies ...... a disciple of Charles Aflas ...... has a rather piercing laugh
... . . . and uses if offen
Football 2, 3, 4
Basketball 3, 4
Track 3. 4
Baseball 3, 4
Blaclcfriars 2, 3. 4
Glee Club 2. 3
DAVID LOREN DUNN
Maxi 'rhe Taxi ...... +he Terror of Columbia ...... would be a millionaire if he
charged renl for llwe use of his car' ...... "Big Bud" ...... six feel' plus of easy-
going good nafure
Football 3, 4
Track 3, 4
Ski Squad 2. 3
Scouts 2, 3, 4
English Honors 3, 4
IAN CAPREOL HILL
The "brain" ...... swivel hips on a dance floor ...... an omnivorous bookworm
..... . "C'n I have a ride over 'fo . . . " . . . . . . "Lessions in Love" by Hill . . . . ..
Football Manager 3
JV Track 2
Glee Club 2, 3
Blaclrfriars 2, 3, 4,
A regular cusfomer of Carvel's .... . . "Don'+ race your engines!" . .
married women ...... "Jus+ made a pinch"
Football Co-Manager 3, 4
Basketball 3. 4
JV Track 3
Baseball 3, 4
Blaclclriars 3, 4
Glee Club 3
BRUCE JOSEPH IUPPA
The peeler . . . . and dealer in headless fires ..... has recurranf affaclcs of
courl jillers . . . . Oldsmobiles, Blondes, and Mercy foo! . . . . . .
CHARLES MERTON LEWIS
Football 2. 3, 4
Basketball 2, 3. 4
Track 3. 4
Baseball 2, 3. 4
Scouts 3, 4
Junior Achievement Viee-President 3
Crow's Nest 4
CLAVUS Sports Editor 4
"Yeah, well maybe we prob'ly oughla" . . . . . Mr. Par+igan's Pel lpeevel . . .
Handle Wilh Care lGlassl
Football 3, 4 Q
JV Basketball 2, 3 l
Track 3. 4
Ritle Squad 4 1
Glee Club 2, 3
Apache Captain 4
Minstrel Show l
English Honors 3. 4
Student Council 4
Harvard Award 1952
CLAVUS Editor 4
WILLIAM BAIRD MARSHUETZ
One ot the Hunters Three ...... signs trom everywhere . . . . a Rock ot
Gibraltar ...... favorite sport: Mr. P. Smith ......
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Crow's Nest 3, Bus. Mgr. 4
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quick pickup 'Check fhe gas and fill up The o-il" . . Honest I didn?
CLAVUS Bus. Mgr. 4
Crow's Nest 3. 4
Glee Club 3
Junior Achievement Director 3
GARRETT GUNSON MORSE
Class mechanic ...... Hue Mul+ili+l1's masfer ..... Favorife occupafion: sleeping
. . . . . . +l'1e champion ear-wiggler . . . . . . class dynamo
THADDEUS SELBY NEWELL Ill
Track 3. 4
Crow's Nest 2. 3. 4
Junior Achievement 3
Blaclctriarsl Vice-President 2. 3, 4
uncil 3. Sec.-Treas. 4
President 3. 4
ports Editor 4 I
The Grade A Kid ...... President ot the 525.00 Club ...... "l'd like twenty-
seven cents worth ot gas. please" ...... The Charmer isnalcel . . . . . 'l'You bet"
. . . . . . Rochester's society playboy
Football 1, 2, 3, 4
Basketball l, 2, 3. 4
Track 2, 3, 4
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4
Minstrel Show 1
Scouts 'l. 2, 3. 4
Hasty Heart 2
Blackfriars Secretary 3
Junior Achievement Vice-President 3
Student Council 3, President 4
Crow's Nest 2. 3
Class President 4
Mohawk Captain 2. 3, 4
GEORGE DEWEY NICHOLS
The Grade X Kid . . . . . an individual of unusual celerityt trackwise also . . . . . .
"ieeze you guys" . . . . . dig that crazy hai' ...... we wonder what he'll do with
all those cups. . .
Football 2. 3.4
Track 2. 3, 4
Baseball 2, 3,4
Ski Squad l, 2, 3
Rifle Squad 4
Minstrel Show 1
Hasty Heart 2
Blaclctriars Treas. 2
Scouts 1.2. 3. 4
Glee Club 2, 3
Student Council 3
English Honors 3
Junior Achievement Tre
Crow's Nest 3. Editor 4
HOWARD SIMMONS SCHUMACHER
The man with all the answers ...... once mistook a Ford tor a Patton Tank
. . . . . . "experiment 26 makes a bang!" . . . . . class Caruso . . . . . . outstanding
performance in the tield . . .
as. and Sales Mgr. 3
Minstrel Show 1
Blaclcfriars 2. 3. 4
Jazz Band 2
English Honors 3
Crow's Nest 3, 4
CLAVUS Circulation Mgr. 4
Soccer 3, 4
Baseball 2. 3
Rifle Squad 4
DONALD MCEWAN SPROAT
Puf ou+ fha? s'rove, Sproad ...... Twinkle 'foes ...... 'um goin' ou+ +o gef ads,
sir .... . . an unflinching advocafe of Phillies Panalellas ...... Bob Bu-rns . . . . . .
Football 2, 3, 4
Basketball 3, 4
Traclc 3, 4
Hasty Heart 2
Minstrel Show I
Junior Achievement 3
Class Sec. Treas. 3
Glee Club 2, 3
Crow's Nest 3. 4
English Honors 4
CLAVUS Advertising Mgr. 4
JOHN PHILLIPS STREET III
Another of the hunters three ...... a disarming smile ...... Streeeeed
. . . . . . resourceful, dependable. responsible, emotionally stable, stalwart, reliable
...Lord, what a man!
JV Basketball 4
JOHN FORDYCE TUTTLE
Mercy High ...... "Shall we sleaze?" ...... 'rwelve gauge shol-guns, german
helmels, and 'rhe Quonse+ ...... , li'fe's amblfion: a harem ...... will make The
Coasf Guard yell ......
MICHAEL LOT WILDER
Football 3, 4
Baseball 3, 4
Rifle Squad 4
Ski Squad 3
The las+ of fhe Hunfers Three ...... advocafe of The Toni Home Permanenf
. . . . . . . should have been born during The lnquisifion . . . . . a verbal Charles
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Favoriie club ............... .
Favoriie subsliiuie for scoich
Favoriie college ,..........
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Whai l'd run a mile from
Favoriie sporl .............
Favorile local eslalolishmeni ....
Favoriie acior ............
Favorire aclress . ................. . .
Mosi speciacular even+ of +he year ...
Favoriie approach ..............
Favorile vice . ..........,..... .
Whal you wouldn'i fake ii you
were dying ..................
If you wenl io Africa, whar would
you mosl likely bring back ....
Girl you would mosf like io pin-up .
Favoriie drug ................
Favorile six-leHer word ..... .
Whom would you like for a
Siamese Twin ...........
Favoriie food .............
Besi way io commii suicide ....
Ivlosi unexpecied evenl .... ..
Mosf expecied evenf ....
Favoriie use for money ....
Favorife use for cars ....
Favoriie invenliqn .... . . . .
Favorile recreaiion . . .
Favoriie vacafion spo+ . . . . .
ren-ceni beer, milk
Universily of Oxford
skipping school, gym dodging
The A. A.
A-dale lunch, Columbia
a male for Jungle Jim
7 and 7, Grade A
Dunn's house parfy
lighiing cigars, bribing poliricians
funnel, submarine races
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Seated, Lefi: to Right: Leermalcers, Baltzer. Hamilton,iMohn, Mahar. Standing, Lefi fo Right: Tate.
W. Gordon. H. Clark, Taylor. McQuillcin. Stam, Marsland. Cobb. Missing: Merle.
The Junior Class has shown Jrhrough i+s aclive parficipalion in all phases of
school life ihai ii is ready lo accepl' lhe responsibiliiies as Seniors when Jrhai
Members of 'rhis class have already exemplified lhemselves crediiably, worlcing
on school publicaiions, promoling social funciions, manning +he alhleiic ieams, and
mainlaining high scholaslic ailainmeni.
I+ has been Jrhe sincere desire of The Junior Class 'ro besf prepare ihemselves
'ro meei +he high siandards of achievemenf and accomplishmenl' demanded of ihem
as nexi year's Seniors.
This year 'rhe sophomore class really loecame aciive in school and ofher funclions.
Always lull of spirit lhey consiifuled The mosl robusf cheering seclions af all afhlelic
evenis in which +heir members did noi par+icipa+e. They worlced as a unil, and were
ever eager io bolsler iheir financial resources by managing concessions ai' 'rhe various
games Being loo young To drive a carfyef desiring lo "go ou+", a sophomore
hifch-hiking along +he roadside has become a familiar sighf.
Throughoul fhe pasr year, This class has shown irself highly capable of sa+isfying
lhe obligaiions lo which H' will fall heir, bo+h in alhlefic and scholasric fields.
Seaied, Left to Right: Faragher, Tatlock, Kalbfus, J. Greppin, McAmmond. T. Phillips, Geib. Standing.
Left to Right: Cherne. E. Greppin. J. Schumacher, Lima, deKiewiet, Fitch, J, Ely, Croften, Allen.
A+ +he beginning of school last September, no other class had such a com-
pletely new sei' oi boys as did +he incoming freshmen group. Only Two of last year's
eighth grade returned, so the freshmen had a twofold challenge: 'ro adapt Them'
selves to high school life, and to make new friends at lhe same Jrime. The boys have
mer lhis challenge quite well, and have Taken part, as a team, in many aciiviries.
Some have wriH'en articles for Jrhe paper, and all have been very active in school
drives. From the academic standpoint they have done quire well, buf fhere is still
room for improvemenl in Thar category.
The freshmen have had a Taste of secondary school now, and seem +0 be
looking forward To 'rheir next rhree years here.
Seated, Left to Right: Fisher. Grinnel. Chamberlain, Goldsmith. Standing, Left to Right: Harden-
broolc. Hawks, Phillips, Whitbeclc, Wilder, Maloney.
Seated, Left to Right: Beach. Evans, Cliiiord. Angle, P. Gordon, B. Clark. Loren Conley. 'Sianding.
Left to Right: Murphy, Mahoney, Winchell, Spencer. Forman, McCoy. Lyle Conley.
This year's Form ll combines scholaslic abilily wifh capabilily 'ro compefe on The
sporls fields. In lhe scholasfic sense +he eigh+h grade is unusually good, doing an
exlraordinarily line iob. ln afhle+ics lhe eighlh grade supplies mosi of +he punch
behind lhe lhird squad loofball, baslcelball and baseball feams.
There has been increasing inferesf and parlicipafion by all The boys in school
aclivilies wilh some of iheir members belonging 'ro The Junior Achievemenl
Allendale can look forward 'ro an eager and willing group of boys in ihe ninlh
grade in l953-54.
Seated: Wolters. Sianding, Left ko Righi: W. Ely, Vaisey, Morgan, Wilson. Hallman.
The Firsl Form is lhe smallesf in 'rhe school. Bul even with 'rhis handicap fhey
received The award for selling lhe mosf subscriplions during lhe annual school mag-
azine drive, and lwo members of +his class made bo+h lhird squad foolball and
baskelball Jreams, showing grear promise as pofenlial varsily players.
A polllaken shows lhal Science is lheir favorile subiecf. due, no doubt fo +he
many field Trips lalcen 'ro indusirial planls in +he area.
The school moHo, "Pauci sed for'res", seems To fir +his grade in all of ils under-
Under Mr. Parligan. advisor for our group, rhe sixlh grade has made sieady
progress lhroughouf 'rhe school year. Teddy Pevear won firsl' prize for selling lhe
mosr subscriplions for our magazine drive, and Charlie Preu was voled +he mos'r
'valuable loaslcelball player.
During The course of lhe year we 'ioolc many field 'irips including visirs 'ro lhe
barge canal loclcs and lhe Rochesler Airport We enioyed, mosl of all, +he Leonardo
Da Vinci exhibirs a+ +he Rochesler Museum.
We are sorry ihal Pe-Ter Schwarlz is leaving us lo move lo Kansas Cily, Missouri
where his faiher is +alcing The posilion of l-leadmasfer of 'rhe Pembroolc Counrry Day
School. Our good wishes are ex'l'endeol 'ro him in his new school.
Left Row, Front to Back: Lockhart. Harris. Clune. Right Row, Front to Back: Pevear, Preu.
Farnsworth. Missing: Peter Schwartz.
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Seaied, Left to Right: Goldman, DePuy, Werth, Welsh, McGill. Luke. Standing. Left to Right:
Patchin, Baird, Helmer. J. Remington. Spencer. Hammond, Weis. Mills. Missing: Judson Macflaren.
The iifrh grade has grown by leaps and bounds since we movedfup from
Mrs. Broadboolcs' deparrmeni. We are now Sixreen slrong and 'rhe second largesl
grade in lhe Middle School. Our favorire subieci is science and our favorire aciivily
is shop where we make a number of rhings under 'rhe supervision of Mr. Crandell,
our shop Teacher.
We are sorry Jrhar Mr. Norman James, who was our advisor and Teacher, found
if necessary To leave afler rhe spring vacarion, for we enjoyed very much his many
sfories aboui life in England and Wales.
We like going +o Allendale very much as we learn so many new fhings aboulr
science, geography, and hislory which we all enioy.
We are also very proud of Jrhe progress we have made in our reading and
arilhmelic. Mr. lviilella, our leacher and advisor, Tells us +ha'r we shall have no frouble
geffing on in Jrhe iilfh grade if we confinue Jrhe good worlc.
Mr. Crandell, our shop ieacher, sold us 'roy airplane lciis which we all had a lol
of fun assembling and flying during our free fime.
Firsi Row, Seated: Lyon, Moynihan, Spence, W. Remington. Second Row: Milella, Kreuter, D.
Schwartz, Clifford, Atkins, Brereton. Third Row: Davie, Morris, 'Buclcley, Norton, Hickok, Weller.
Missing: Whitaker, Allen. '
We boys in +he Third Grade had lo+s of fun This year, bu+ 'rhe mos+ fun we had
was al Chrislmas lime when we decorafed our room and had a manger. Did you see
lhe decoralionsg Each of us had a lillle lamb who, day loy day, advanced nearer +0
lhe Chrisl Child in lhe manger, depending on how well we did our worlc or depend-
ing on how well we conducled ourselves during 'rhe day.
This year we slarled +0 sludy geography and we found mosl of il very exciling.
We lilced, especially, our sludy of lhe Nelherlands since lhere were many 'rerrible
floods lhere Jrhis year and so many people losl 'rheir farms and lheir homes.
ln Seplember we will be Fourlh Graders, and we are working very hard so we can
pass. We will 'rhen loe "middle schoolersu.
Seated, Lefi to Right: Morley, Greetzinger, Miss Dean, Gearhart. Atkins. Pevear. Harris. Watson
First Row, Left to Right: Gleason, Welsh, Carter, Atkins, Harris. Second Row, Lefi to Right: Helmer.
Buckley, Baird, Romano, Wehle. Third Row, Left to Right: Mrs. Broadbooks, Brereton, Hawks.
Qaadw Une and .7w.o-
We have a happy fime a+ Allendale School because we learn 'ro read books, wrife
leHers, and use numbers. During fhe day, we have rime for drawing. painfing, model-
ing, weaving, carpeniry, and besr of all, cooking.
When we needed some chairs and curfains, we made popcorn balls and baked
cakes in our own liH'le srove and 'rhen sold 'rhem. We earned money 'for fhe 'lhings we
We like +o Take walks in 'rhe woods +0 look for flowers and birds. We go on rrips
fo rhe public market 'lo facfories. and 'ro Jrhe airporr.
For fun, we like 'ro sing or play games in The gymnasium. Pal is our dog and we
have learned how +o care for her. We also look af+er our gold fish, 'rropical fish, and
.Zhe JiZZen,daZe '
Allendale-a prominenT upsTaTe privaTe school Tor genTlemen
Bluebelly-Term applied To all consTabulary, wiTh excepTion OT grey squirrels
Columbia-a prominenT upsTarT privaTe school Tor young ladies
Dragging-The absoluTe TesT oT a really good driver
Excuse-incredibly old-Tashioned, ouTmoded Term denoTing The reason Tor sleazing
Flunlc-a TrusTraTed aTTempT wiTh an inTirm conclusion
Grey Squirrel-Term applied To all consTabulary wiTh The excepTion oT bluebellies
l-larley-an upsTarT upsTaTe privaTe school Tor numerous ladies and noT so numerous
l. Q.-A deTermining TacTor in your poTenTial: T
To rely on iT solely is ProvidenTial.
Jap-a Term applied To cops, Teachers, and real buddy sTudenTs
KiTchen-The mosT popular room in The school, where The opTimism oT hungry boys
Laps-disTance around The playing Tield, or, a shorTcuT To coronary Thrombosis
Niclcs-a TavoriTe senior hangouT where excuses Tor sleazing may be applied Tor
OperaTor-one who can geT The "mosTesT" Tor The "leasTesT"
Privileges-The sacred and inalienable righTs oT seniors, subiecT To The whims and
Tancies oT The TaculTy
QuonseT-a TavoriTe oasis and beanery Tor The more discreeT epicurean
RiTles-insTrumenTs used by a selecT group To venTilaTe sundry buildings, birds and
Sleazing-a universal word covering all manner oT excuses Tor all Time and occasions
as pracTiced by TuTTle and SproaT The masTer sleazers oT all Time
Tipple-verb applied To The acTions involving The bending OT The elbow
Unique-Mr. Milella's TavoriTe adiecTive when Tallcinq abouT A-dale
Vice-lil a Topic on which we are noT naTurally well inTormed
l2l The salT and pepper To any good week-end
Women-The Temale oT The "plumeless species oT bipeds" known as homo sapiens.
buT liTTle known or undersTood by men
XanThocarpous-a color closely allied To The insipid pallor To be Tound The morning
aTTer a "blasT"
Zippy-Ram! Bam! Pardon, Sam!
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Seafed, Left to Right: Mr. Schwartz, Headmasterg Nichols, President. Sfanding. Left to Right: Newell,
Secretary: Marsland. Marshuetz. Clark.
In OcTober, The STudenT Council began operaTion by success-
fully organizing and conTrolling The annual magazine drive, which
neTTed nearly seven hundred dollars. The drive was run on a
communiTy chesT basis. by which The whole school, and noT iusT
The CLAVUS as was formerly The case, benefiTed. The profiTs were
given proporTionaTely To The following deparfmenfs, wiTh The firsT
receiving The greaTesT percenTage: The CLAVUS, The Crow's NesT, The
library, The shop, and The aThleTic fund.
JusT prior To The ChrisTmas vacaTion, The Council underTook
The Task of preparing ChrisTmas baslceTs for TwenTy needy families
in The RochesTer area. Each boy was asked To bring various sTaple
goods, and a dollar To purchase perishable arTicles: so The finished
basl4eTs conTained an ample varieTy of food To bring a spiriT of
happiness To TwenTy unforTunaTe families.
As far as Their parT in The day-To-day funcTioning of The school
is concerned. The Council members played an incdnspicuous role,
as There were few noTiceable duTies for Them To perform. Their
work was. in The main, limiTed To procforing sTudy halls when a
Teacher was unavoidably oTherwise engaged. and mainTaining general
order during school hours.
n Row. Leff fg Right: EI
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o on, J. Greppin, Kalbfu ' B
felvpm, deKiewi3t. ack Row: Left fo Right: Phillips F.
Left to Right: John Greppin. Dr. Seymour.
Wilh ihe annual visif of Wl-lEC's Junior Town Meeiing of lhe Air anolher
h' ar's rogram was handled enfirely by
precedenl' was se+ af Allendale. as 'r is ye p
Sophomores. The fopic under discussion was "Should we bomb and blockade Red
' d b John Phillips, Cyril Filch.
China?" The marerial for Jrhe broadcasl was prepare y
Ernesr Greppin, and John deKiewie'rg 'rhe afiirmarive was presenled by Berf Crofron
b J h Gre in and Dick Kalbfus Following ihe
and Jim Ely, and 'rhe negafive y o n pp .
speeches lhere was a quesiion and answer period which pu'r 'rhe speaker's knowledge
' ' oorhl , and rhe CLAVUS wishes
of The subiecr +o severe +es'r. The enhre affair ran sm y
fo congra+ula're boih 'rhe parricipanls and sfalion WHEC for making 'rhis program a
THE .LLE DALE
Howard Schumacher, Editor
John McGucken, Business Manager
First Row, Leff To Right: J. Schumacher, Stem, Gordon. H. Schumacher M
Webster, advisor, McGucken, Street. Leermakers. Second Row: Newell Tatlock
E. Greppin, Clark. Third Row: Morse, Ely, McQuilkin, J. Greppin
During The pasT year The scope of The Crow's NesT
has been greaTly increased by The very acTive work
oT boys ouTside oT The Senior Class. This division of
work has resulTed in a paper more represenTaTive of
The school as a whole. The inTroducTion oi compeTiTion
has meanT beTTer, more original, and more prompT
work. Besides The paper, The Crow's NesT prinTers
have done much exTra work Tor The school, prinTmg
circular leTTers and office Torms.
This year's sTaTF-members wish To Thank all Those
who worked wiTh Them in meeTing The dead-lines
Thanks also go To The Crow's NesT advisor, Mr
WebsTer. We hope ThaT nexT year's sTaTf will conTinue
The good work .iniTiaTed This year.
PQ S. Thanks also To The venerable Mr. Milella Tor
lending us his sTapler.
Front Row Left to Right: Faragher, A. Phillips. Geib. McQuillcin, Dunn, Marshuetz,Pillen,Tatloclc, Lewis.deKlew1ei'
J Schumacher, Hill, H, Schumacher. Second Row: Mahar. Newell, Mr, Schwab. Mr, Smith. Street. Morse, Ely Tuttle
Baltzar Nichols. McGuclcen, J. Greppin. Holtz. Mr. Milella. Iuppa, Cobb.
Lima Crofton, E. Greppin, Cardwell. M, Wilder, Back Row:
The Blackfriars have reappeared on 'rhe Allendale scene affer a year's dormancy,
and plans are being made 'ro produce a lhree ac+ play somefime in +he Fall as +ime
does nor permir fhe produclion of a lengfhy play rhis spring. Herman Melville's
Billy Budd has been given careful consideralion, buf whelher il is foo dramalic and
loo deep for effeclive presenfalion, in view of our limiled facilifies, gives cause for
quesfion and sludy.
Thearer-in-The-round has been chosen for 'rhe mode of presen+a'rion and H' will
be inferesling +o see how +his mefhod works our. The lhree advisors, Mr. Milella.
Mr. Schwab, and Mr. Paul Smirh, have been chosen fo direc'r because of fheir
knowledge of +he qualiries needed 'ro bo+h in'rerpre+ and produce 'rhis parlicular
lype of produclion.
Back Row, Left io Right: Hill, Hawks, J. Schumacher, J. Ely, Middle Row: Faragher, McCann, Phillips, Loren Conley
Harmon, Strong, Scouimaslzer, Lewis, Nichols, McGucl:en, Biggs, Murphy, Morgan, Lyle Conley, Farnsworth, W. Ely
Baltzer, H. Schumacher, Larry Cleary, Ass'l: Scouimasier. Front Row: Bareham, Harris, Helmer, Frost, Pevear.
B The scouring year of l952-53 proved
'W ihe Allendale Troop l5O as one of 'rhe
mos? aclive yer seen in +his school. The
' froop, numbering 'rhirly boys, is led by
scoulmasler Harmon Slrong and assislanls
Jim Bradley, John Gilman, Larry Cleary.
TROOP 150 and Chauncy Young. Among lhe aclivilies
EAGLE SCO UTS
Left to Right: Hill, McGuclcen, Lewis, Baltzer, Nichols, H. Schumacher.
underralcen rhis year are included rhe an-
nual exchange of visi1's wirh a 'rroop from
Oshawa, Canada: a lower-building display
al fhe February Scour Exposiliong 'rhe an-
nual spring 'lroop leaders hike fo Jrhe Adi-
rondaclcsg represenlalion af l'he Highland
Disrricr Carnporee: and a +rip 'ro Lefch-
The fheme for 'rhis year has been scour
slcills and advancement Sessions and con-
fesls every meeling required lop knowl-
edge of compass, rope, and bandage. A
new improved sysrem of advancemenr in-
cluding charrs, eslablished goals, and
many boards of review, challenged 'rhe
boys and showed Jrhem The need for harder
and more conscienrious worlc.
Soon afler school began, anolher Junior Achievemenl' business, called lhe
Creekside Company, was lormed al Allendale. Rennie McQuilkin was elecled presi-
denlg lan Tallock, vice-presidenly John deKiewie'r, lreasureri and John Schumacher,
secrelary. Ailer several preliminary meelings, i+ was decided lo make large building
blocks for pre-school children. The new organizalion was roughly inilialed info The
rigors of becoming a going corporalion - selling slock, choosing 'rhe proper raw
malerials, selling up produclion, elc. - bul These 'rhings were promplly accom-
plished and lhe Creekside Company swung inl'o high gear, Meelings were held each
Thursday nighl from 7:30 lo 9:30. The boys in 'rhis Junior Achievemenl venlure
all agree lhal il has been an inleresling and valuable experience, and as lhis book
goes lo press, lhe company will be, from all appearances, a financial success.
Left to Right: A. Phillips, deKieweit, E. Greppin, Tatlock, Leerrnakers, Faragher, J. Schumacher.
J, Greppin, Spencer, Mahoney. NlcQuilkin.
BENOIT - Reggie leaves The Y To anyone who wanTs iT, and a hockey game To
CARDWELL - Woody leaves a sTick Trom his lumber company To Clark, buT Takes
his inane laugh wiTh him.
DUNN - Dave leaves his car service To The nexT sucker, and diminishes The school's
ample supply oT moo horns by one.
HILL - lan leaves English Seminar .... To The nexT group oT innocenTs. and a
baTTered blue coaT To Marsland.
HOLTZ - Bill leaves his conTacTs wiTh The sheriTTs To Gordon, and a ieep To
IUPPA - Iupe leaves innumerable Tire marks, on The parking loT and elsewhere, buT
Takes aT leasT one phone number wiTh him.
LEWIS - Louie regreTTuIly relinquishes a souped-up Eord To any genius who can
sTarT iT, and leaves his anTics on IaTl The courT To Merle.
MARSHUETZ - Marsh leaves a vasT mulTiTude oT excuses and a Tew headaches To
nexT year's ediTor, and various varminT To any up-and-coming nimrods.
MCGUCKEN - McGuck leaves a discus To deKiewieT, and a vaT OT blood remover
To The D.P.W.
MORSE - Gary leaves.
NEWELL -Ter Takes EVERYTHING wiTh him.
NICHOLS - Nick leaves his iTch To McAmmond: and To The school, The IasT iar oT
Hellman's Mayonnaise iT is ever likely To see.
SCHUMACHER - Hod leaves an inTernaI machine To Leermakers, and a charge
accounT wiTh The Police DeparTmenT To Lima.
SPROAT - Sproad leaves The poor, abused piano To J. Greppin, and some oT The
viIesT cigars imaginable To Mr. ParTigan.
STREET - STreeed leaves a cravaTI?l To Mohn, and a IOS mm howiTzer To nexT
year's sparrow sTalkers. i
TUTTLE - TuT leaves a handy spoT Tor eaTing lunches and The cigareTTe concession
To STam, buT keeps The meThods and excuses Tor sleazing To himself.
WILDER - Windy leaves a broom and Jonnie aT STeve's To Hambone, and his TalenT
for spinning deIighTTul liTTIe yarns To anybody long-winded enough To Take iT.
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Front Row. Lett to Right: Clark, Newell, Marsland, Street. Hill. J. Schumacher. H. Schumacher. Stam, Crofton. de
Lima, Nichols. McGuclcen. Dunn. Baltzer. Lewis. Mohn. Kiewiet, Wilder, Tuttle. Gordon. Faragher. Ass't Coach
Marshuetz. Back Row, Lett to Right: Coach Smith, Cardwell, Partigan.
The '52 team set a record by becoming the tirst unde-
teated tootball squad in the school's history. The Blue and
White was captained by George Nichols and John Mc-
Guclcen, the two men who later won the Rochester Touch-
down Club awards tor being the most valuable players trom
Allendale. Coach Gorham Smith, with the assistance ot
Tony Partigan, got the team into tine
shape very early in the season. The
opening game with Brighton "B" saw
the Cavaliers get ott to an impressive
start with a 40-7 win, and as time
went on. it became evident that the
team could quite easily tinish the sea-
son with a clean slate. The tinal
game with the Nichols School ot
Buttalo rounded ott the tootball
schedule with sound 25-6 victory.
Allhough +he compefiiion was no'r ex-
'rremely keen, fhe l952 Cavaliers may
iusfifialoly be proud of lheir record. Nexf
year's squad will be heavily handicapped
by lhe loss of considerable power and
deplh lhrough 'rhis year's gradualionz
however, five leHermen will refurn. and
'ihere are indicalions +ha+ +here will be
sufficienl reserves for a salisfacfory sea-
Line, Left to Riight: Newell. Street. McGucken, Baltze
r, Mohn. Lima, Dunn, Lewis, Backiield, Left io
Right: Marshuetz. Clark, Nichols, Marsland.
Front Row, Left to Right: Fairchild, Allen, McAmmond, Coach James, J. Greppin, Tatlock, Leermakers, Taylor, Ely
Hamilton, Tate, Hawlcs, Fisher. Back Row, Left lzo Right: McQuillcin, N. Wilder, Benoit, Coach Almansburger.
Soccer has faken a definife hold in ifs second year af
Allendale, and is now a firmly esfablished major sporf.
Considering fhaf if had only a few experienced men
refurning, fhe feam made nofable progress, alfhough fhe
record fails fo indicafe if. The confesfs were evener fhan
fhose of fhe preceeding season, and fhe feam showed a
greaf deal of spirif and drive.
ln spife of fhe facf fhaf fhere were no wins,
fhere were fwo or fhree oufsfanding games,
foremosf among 'fhem fhe confesf wifh Penfield.
in which fhe Cavaliers were edged by
fhe narrow margin of one poinf,
scored shorfly before half-fime.
Wifh fhe same spirif and a year's
addifional experience, fhe l953 soc-
cer squad should have a sfafisfcally
more successful season.
Front Row, Left to Right: Mohn. Mahar, luppa, McGuclcen, Nichols. Dunn. Baclr Row, Left To Right:
Marsland, Clarlc, Newell. Coach Partigan, Manager Leermalcers, Lewis, Streei.
This winTer broughT many reTurning leTTermen To The neTs, and sTim-
ulaTed The hopes oT Coach ParTigan Tor an unusually successTul season.
ATTer placing second lasT year, iT was everyone's desire To do a liTTle
beTTer This year and win The coveTed CUPS League Championship Cup.
This hope was conTinually sTrengThened and Tinally realized as opponenT
aTTer opponenT bowed To The well drilled Cavaliers.
The season saw Allendale compilexThe besT overall baslceTball record
in The school's hisTory, and, as a maTTer oT TacT, in The hisTory OT The
CUPS League. The overall record was TiTTeen won, Three losT: in The
CUPS League, eighT won, none losT. The l952-'53 baslceTball squad
has The disTincTion oT being The only Team To go undeTeaTed in CUPS
League compeTiTion. and The TirsT Allendale Team ever To win The cup.
Many oTher records also were seT. A new gym record of 96 poinTs
scored in a single game was achieved in a conTesT wiTh The RochesTer
School Tor The DeaT. An average oT 65 poinTs a game were neTTed in
League conTesTs. and Newell dunlced 48 poinTs in a single game To seT
a new individual scoring record. Three oT The men were chosen Tor
The'ALL-CUPS Team: namely George Nichols, Terry Newell. and Chuclc
The basl4eTball Cavaliers can iusTly poinT wiTh pride To This greaT
record oT achievemenT.
49 DeVeaux 40
59 , Parlc 46
59 DeVea ux 30
60 Harley 50
50 Parlc 45
87 Pebble Hill 45
92 Pebble Hill 40
64 Harley 49
4l lndusTry 23
47 Rush-HenrieTTa 5l
52 School-Tor-Deaf I7
38 Nichols 5l
64 Hemlock 32
47 Rush-HenrieTTa 48
45 lndusTry 43
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58 EasT BloomTield 54
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Left to Right: J. Schumacher. Allen, Cardweli, McAmmond. Back Row. Left to Right:
ansburger, Stem, Tuttle, Tatlock. deKiewiet. McQuilkin, Gordon, Manager Leermakers.
Fronl: Row, Lefi to Right: Allen, Newell, Dunn, Co-captains Clark, Lewis. Wilder, Mohn, J. Schumacher, Marsland, H
Cardwell and Nichols, Tate, Baltzer, McAmmond. Back Row. Schumacher, Coach Smith.
Left to Right: Manager Faragher. Merle. Mahar, Geib.
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Wilh lhe rel'urn of 'len lellermen, l'his
year's baseball leam has already golfen off
'ro a good s+ar+. As lhis is being wriHen,
Two games have been played and won. The firsl was 'rhe opening
confesl wilrh 'rhe lnduslry nine, and The second wilh lhe Nichols
School of Buffalo: The laller game marked 'rhe firsl' 'lime Allendale
has downecl 'rhe Buffalonians in baseball. The chances of winning
lhe CUPS League championship seem lo be very good. and Coach
Smilh is working fhe Jream hard in preparalion for fhe eighl remain-
ing games. Needless 'ro say, +he whole squad is working diligenfly
in hopes of a greal' season.
---, 4 vs lnduslry -- -- 3
---- 8 vs Nichols --- -- 4
vs Pebble Hill
vs Rochesler School of l'he Deaf
Front Row, Left to Right: McGucken, Marshuetz, Whitbeck, Lima, Tatlock, Crofton, Faragher. Nichols. Back Row. l-eff
J. Schumacher, Cardwell, Hill, Hamilton, H. Schumacher, fo Right. delfiewiet, L. Newell, T. Newell, Ely, Lewis, Dunn,
Middle Row, Left to Right: Baltzer, Cobb, Clark, E. Greppin, Street, Marsland, Coach Drake.
Four meels were scheduled ihis season: +he Nichols lnvilalion Mee+ al Buffalo,
and ihe Piiisiord, Fairport and CUPS League meeis ai Allendale. As we go 'ro press,
'rhe firs'r 'rwo have been played. The Nichols meei, in which ihe Park School and Lake-
mon+ Academy also pariicipafed, presenied very siifi compeiiiion, and was more a
chance for us lo 'resi our poleniial sfrenglh 'rhan anyihing else. By fhe 'rime fhe PiHs-
ford meelr was held, more deiiniie assignments had been given out and fhis, 'rogeiher
wi+h The apparenl lack of organizaiion of lheir leam, made a viciory over Jrhem
The remaining +wo mee'rs promise 'ro be dilficuli ones +o win, bu? hopes are high
lhal we can be vicforious over Fairporlr, and, more imporiani, keep ihe CUPS League
cup ai Allendale again +his year.
As always, Jrhe lviohawlc-Apache games have been some of lhe mosr fiercely
conlesled ones ol lhe year. Al lhe close ol: baslqelball season, The Apaches, caplained
by lviarshuelz, rrail Nichols' Mohawks 62-637 buf wilh 50 poinls riding on The four
levels ol baseball compelirion, and wilh 'rhe possiloilily ol having Mohawk-Apache
conlesls in lraclc, lennis, ancl goll, such a slighl margin means very lillle in lhe race
lor lhe cup. ,
Through lhe years, lhe compelilion has been very even: our of 25 'fries lor lhe
cup, The Apaches have gained il ll limes, and 'rhe lviohawlcs I4. The queslion is:
will This year's resull widen or shrinlc Jrhis small gap?
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Typical classroom scene
The kitchen opens
A tew eyes open
Unotticial clean-up day
tor seniors. Schumacher
roars into driveway side-
ways in hot-rod: almost
iostles oft one or two of
twenty passengers. Ten
years otf ot Mr. Smith's
Coast Guard invades A-
Mr. Schwartz torpedoes
Monster J. A. meeting: a
few monsters appear.
Lima plays fullback in
football game with
Pheasant season begins:
the school's nimrods are
coincidentally in absentia.
Team gets into usual cos-
tumes, journeys to Fair-
port, comes directly back
- game is next week.
lll-tated hawk meets my-
riad buckshot pellets in
dawn encounter, Squirrel
nests in Mr. Drake's poc-
Scrimmage with and at
Brighton: Nichols and Hill
rod down to gym -'are
seen walking to school
Mr. Partigan conducts
orgy in lab.
l-lallowe'en. Police hand
out, among other things.
Whole school bleary eyed
from previous night's vig-
ilance ot TV election re-
turns. Some are elated.
others are in terribly
The Rochester Sun shines
Mild symptoms ot gastric
90611 ot school. Remain-
ing lO'Zv dismissed at
Winter schedule begins
with physical fitness
stressed. 'Telephone book
appears in two l2l
pieces. lneligibility list
Bank expresses scepticism
over quality ot 5268 de-
posited by playboy
Newell in magazine drive
Gala occasion! First is-
sue of CROW'S NEST
shows up in innumerable
With Thanksgiving com-
ing, Headmaster's vehicle
gets the bircl: runs
through chicken coop . . .
tound resting piecetully
near yon bonny brook by
First gathering ot Rifle
Squad a failure-only
hot, not compressed. air
can be found.
Lett: Steel wheel.
Right: Oil tycoon.
Old home week.
Rather profitable l?l
dance thrown by seniors.
Souped-up asslt. D. A.
Local constabulary noti-
fied of running gun bat-
tle taking place in dark,
rainswept woods behind
school. "The Hunters
Three" bag an icebox.
GM show visits us. Min-
ature jet-engine deafens
entire student body.
Teachers are unaffected.
Christmas breakfast -
sumptuous repast par-
taken of by pupils and
their parents. Pepto-Bis-
mal sales skyrocket,
WOW! Large. lost va-
College Boards for a se-
lect few. l'loddy's week-
end ski excursion comes
School Bus Busts!
Bus returns to school
completely wrapped up
in new motor lor vice-
Start of brief symposium
to celebrate or forget
Marks posted: Several
Police baffled by brazen
murder of well-known and
Several seniors assist in
search for misplaced 28-
ton tank, in vicinity of
Culver Road Armory.
Undefeated season in
basketball ends with
trouncing of Harley. Sev-
eral absentminded indi-
viduals lincluding faculty
members. the Head-
master. spectators, and
Mr, Partiganl take
showers whilst partially
Training for second set
of College Boards com-
mences with examples of
jungle warfare and term-
inates with drag races.
Trip to museumg Colum-
bia students terrorized by
Mr. Partigan sponsors
pilgrimage to the morgue.
Junior Dance Committee
Sees Red! "Family Nite"
Theme Averts Staggering
Al-lA! another vacation.
Blue tickets flood school.
Mr. Partigan observed
accepting bribes in
amounts up to 51000.
S Ofle of H10
Genii at work.
upright citizen of Fair-
port, Johnathan Tuttle.
Oops - Pardon us
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BAREHAM PLUMBING 81 HEATING
H. H. MORSE OIL COMPANY
COOK IRON STORE
INDUSTRIAL STEAM GENERATION
AUTOMATIC COMBUSTION HUTHER BROS- SAW
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TO ALL OUR ADVERTISERS -
We grafefully express our apprecia+ion for 'rheir
c:oopera+ion and 'rheir generosi+y in making +I1is,
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THE CLAVUS STAFF of +he
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