Alliance High School - Chronicle Yearbook (Alliance, OH)
- Class of 1941
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Text from Pages 1 - 86 of the 1941 volume:
The Record of One Lap
Ofa Four Yfmr Ffzgbf
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Home Qfl'66 Affviafory
To the Student body of Alliance High School, all of Whose activities
make up the 1l'ec0i'd of this yea1"s flight, we dedicate this Chronicle.
Business Manager ,.......,.
Faculty ......,........... .,....
Violet Bica ..............
Virginia Birch ,.,,...,.....,..
Anna lVIae Mathias ........
Deloris Henry ..... .....,.
Carol Vernon ,.,..,. .......
Octave Grecu .....,. ..,....
Wilda Naylor ....... ..,....
Frank Hoiles ....... .......
Russell Yoder .,.,.... .......
Mary Beth Carr
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Commander B. F. Stanton
Chief of Operations
Noted for pioneering achievements, Mr. Stanton,
the superiiilendaiiil, of schools, guides the destinies of
many flying fields in Alliance. From his office in the
high school, he directs ohscfrvaiions, general strategy,
and ground lzicrirs. He is nationally known as treas-
urer of the N. ld. A. of American.
Chief Pilot Byron -E.
Our new Chief Pilot this
year, Mr. Saffell, principal
ol' Alliance High School,
trains the young pilots, me-
chanics, and technicians.
Mr. Saffell presents the pub-
lic with fully equipped
graduates of proven per-
forinance. He personally
supervises all training,
helping the seniors to soar
to new heights and prevenl-
ing the freshmen from
M1'. VVillia1n Anderson General science
Miss Jane Armstrong Mathematics
Mr. Floyd Atchley Biology, physics
Miss Charlotte Baker Commercial
Miss Charlene Burrell Biology
Mr. Earl Carter English
Miss Ruth Cherrington Commercial
Miss Ruth Chisholm English
Mr. Arthur Combs Sociology, mental hy
M1'. Ralph Coppock Physics
Miss Marie Dettmer Home economics
Miss Jane Dilley Latin, German
Miss Mary Dilley
Miss Ruth Dowlvr
Mrs. Murlhn Dugan
Miss Marian Ellioll
M ut lionialic-s
Mr. ,lainvs Gilmore
Mr. Lz1vvroi1m'el Gligor
Mr. XVilliuni Gross
Business sciviice. physi-
Business sviviive, geiieral
Miss Martha Ilalmlunc English
Miss Margaret Hall
Miss Malwl Hartzell
Miss Beulah Hevslnnd
Mr. Philip Ileini
Miss Helen Hendershot English
Miss Marguerite Hillman English
Miss Mary Hoffninn
Mr. Guy Hoover
Mr. l48O1liIl'd Hoppvs
Miss Ruth Hum
Mr. Sainuvl Husut
Mr, E. E. Kiclwell
Miss BFl'lllLl illE1l'1l19l
Miss Frziiicvs Miller
Miss Jsuli Miller
Mr. Russell Miller
Miss Hilda Moore
Miss Eugvniu Mosvs
Miss Ellen Nolt
Dean of Boys
History, Civics, coar-h
Pattern making, land-
'l'eac'hers Subj vcts
First Row .
Miss Lucile Pettis Physical education, san
Mrs. Gertrude Pfouts English, Dean of Girls
Mr. Herbert Pritchard Mathematics, business
Mr. Clarence Reese Woodworking
Mr. Ray Reighart Biology, general science
Miss Renna Ross English
Miss Ruth Rothrock Home economics
Miss Eva Lee Sackett Music
Miss May Smyth Mathematics
Mr, Clyde Stanley General science
Mr. Fred Stuckey Economics. b u s i n e s s
science, business prob-
Mr. Wilsoii Stump History, physiology,
Mr. Ben Temple Chemistry
Miss Thelma Varner Commercial
Mr. Robert XVade Machine shop
Mr. Byron VValkeI' History, sociology
Miss Mildred NValker English
Miss Ruth Weaver History
Mr. Walter Webb Psychology
Mr. Leland Whitacre Commercial art, mechan-
- ical drawing
Mr. James VVilhelm Shop mathematics, me-
Miss Elizabeth Wright French, Spanish
Miss Helen Vvright History
Mr. Charles Youmans Foundry
Mr. XVilliam Kaemmerer Mechanical and engineer-
Miss Rosemary Zechiel English
lVlrs. Florence Mowry Librarian
Miss Virginia Bica Secretary to lVIr. Saffell
Mrs. Pierce Scranton Secretary to Mr. Saffell
Mr. Robert Hier Sociology, economic geo-
Mr. Earl Beach Band, orchestra
Happy I ,amz'z'f1g.f, kS?7lZ'07'5.,
To Miss May Smyth we, the January
Class of 1941, express our sincere apprecia-
tion and gratitude for her untiring efforts
and thoughtful guidance throughout our
high school career.
One Hunrfrea' and Yiivmly Semen jblf6 Ojrin .famzczfy
We were organized one day in 1938 in
room 122 when we were 10B's. Our first
patroness, Miss Harriette Brown, took
charge of our initial election of officers, the
result of which was Henry Canfield as presi-
dent, Kay Kotzbacher, vice president-secre-
taryg and Dorothy Varner, treasurer.
The next fall Miss Brown left Alliance,
thus leaving us without a patroness. For-
tunately, Miss May Smyth consented to
guide us through the rest of our high school
career. Our first social gathering was held
at the Y. M. C. A. as an informal party.
In our junior year, Verner Bonfert be-
came vice president and Virginia Birch,
secretary. One of our first money-making
activities as 11B's was a spring dance which
we called a "Rainbow Dance." Together with
the June class of 1941, we sponsored the Fall
Festival in 1940, a series of programs feat-
uring the Collins' Entertainment Services,
to help finance the prom.
Then came the main event of that year
-our lively Ice Follies prom-the success
of which was due to the fine cooperation of
all the committees.
As the senior year arrived, Octave
Grecu became our new vice president. In
the fall of that year, Marie Sullivan was
given the title of "A. H. S. Football Queen
of 1940" at the Alliance-Jamestown football
game. Irene Szasz also represented our class
as a member of her court.
"Young April," a sequel to "Growing
Pains," was selected for our senior play. It
was presented with great success December
4, 1940 in the high school auditorium.
The senior play cast party was held as a
banquet at the Country Club. Then came
the busy weeks filled with the senior chapel,
the prom given for us, the class banquet,
and the senior dance.
We made our first appearance in caps
and gowns at the baccalaureate service Jan-
uary 19, 1941. The Reverend Charles W.
Stoneburner gave the baccalaureate sermon.
One hundred and twenty of us received
our high school diplomas from Mr. T. W.
Cope, member of the Board of Education, on
Friday evening, January 24.
Dr. Bernard C. Clausen of Pittsburgh
delivered the commencement address. Vir-
ginia Birch, class valedictorian, and Henry
Canfield, class president, gave their themes
and were presented with the American Le-
Officers of the January graduiating class are from left to right: Henry Can-
Iield, presidentg Octave Grecu, vice president: Virginia Birch, secretaryg and Dor-
othy Varner, t1'SaSl1I'6l'.
Martha Dickson ..,..i..
Helen Burt ....
Dan Codrea .....rl
Henry Rampelt ,i.,i.
Hazel Miller .....
CLASS HONOR ROLL
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serves: S o p h o -
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man Girl Re-
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ter Club: German
Club, Vice Pres.:
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lied and Blue
Staff: Girls' Glee
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io r B'ac-ealaur-
H i - Y Council:
XVilliams H - Y,
Vice Pres.: Torch
Club, Vice Pres.,
Club : Football:
Senior Play Staff.
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Deputy C h i e f :
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Tri-L Club: Bas-
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ket, He Made An-
Class Officer, Vice
Pres.: A nn ua l
S t a. ff: National
Il o no r Society:
sity: B a s e ball:
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Cliarge on Down
"You Stepped Out
of a Dream."
Class U ff i C e 1' ,
Treas.: T 1' a v el
Club: Bonte Club,
Treas.: Fall Va-
'Tm Hatin' This
Annual Staff: lied
and .Blue Staff:
Flying: Club: Blue
Club, Vice Pres.,
Live Here Any
Senior Play: An-
nual Staff: Red
and Blue Staff:
S e ll i 0 r Banquet
Committee: N a -
Quill and Scroll:
Jr. Red Cross
ogy Club, Sec.:
Blue D o m i n o
Club: Bonte Club,
"One in a Million
ls Blessed From
Girls' Glee Club:
Jr.-Sr. Girl Re-
serves: B o 0 s ter
Club: T 1' a v e l
Club Z Caducean
Girls' Glee Club:
llc-len Salvo Frank Kvntts
HTlll'l'li'S a Hain- U ,.
bow Iiound My In the N111 Of
Shoulder." the Night."
"All You XVant
To Do ls Dance."
Senior Play Staff:
S e n i o 1' Banquet
"Oh, Th e y' r e
Making Me All
Over i11 the
Hoys' Glee Club:
Torch Club: Meri-
dian Club: Bache-
lors Club: XV1'est-
Travel' Club: Cor-
onet Club: Base-
llfhen W? Siylarked at tie Ice Follies Prom
Penguins, snowballs, skaters, and ice-
bergs provided an arctic setting for our Ice
Follies Prom which we presented to the grad-
uating class of 1940.
Kay Kotzbacher was in charge of the
adair and very ably directed her commit-
tees in turning out a smooth prom with
Frank Corbi's orchestra playing.
At intermission, Pat Thomas danced
and Jean Madison, John Flood, and Frank
Hoiles acted out a skit in an igloo.
Heaps of cotton snowballs provided mis-
siles for which the dancers were good tar-
gets. The dance ended in a snow storm of
confetti and although the atmosphere was
chilly, everyone said that heid had a "hot
time in the old gym that night l"
In Me Spring Tieir Fancy Turns to Lowe
It was Wednesday, December 4, 1940
that the January class of 1941 presented its
senior play, "Young April."
The play, a sequel to "Growing Pains",
is a gay comedy involving the love affairs of
a brother and sister in their late teens. A
collegiate background adds to the spirit of
ceived by a large audience, boasted a large
and well chosen cast. How can we ever for-
get Carol Vernon as lovable Terry McIntyre,
Henry Canfield as her brother, George, Mar-
tha Dickson and Robert Kayler as Mr. and
Mrs. McIntyre, or Verner Bonfert as Terryls
handsome but inattentive lover?
Robert Davis and Bill Cobb, also lovers
of Terry, were excellent, while Mildred
Saltsman as Bill's aiectionate and meddle-
production, enthusiastically re-
some mother showed her outstanding ability
as an actress.
Wilda Naylor as Elsie the bookworm,
Jean Rhodes as Vivian, Kathryn Molnar as
Mildred, and Jean Madison as Jane were
friends of Terry. George McIntyre's love
interest was Diane, played ,by Virginia Birch.
Don Addams as Butch and Bob Roberts as
Pete were George's close friends.
Irene Szasz as Lula, the maid, and the
guests at the birthday party, Eugene Ma-
jor, Merrill Hawkins, Eldon Tatsch, William
Hamlin, Arthur Lembright, James Alzner,
and Henry Rampelt, all added to the play's
Much credit should also be given to
Marguerite Rector and Hazel Urmson, girls'
understudies, and to Henry Rampelt, boys'
understudy. In addition the class wishes to
thank Miss Florence Meyer for her efficient
direction in producing "Young April."
Las! PFW! amz' Dsiamenf offbe Clan offamzary, 1941
Every so often someone dies, and amid
a.ll the grief and gloom, there is always one
bright spot-the will, ah yes, the will. The
old bird might have left you something. In
this case it is the seniors who are passing
on and out. Accordingly, we are bequeath-
ing our most prized possessions to those who
Frank Zupanic leaves his ability to han-
dle diplomatically the hall guard, Mr. Gil-
more, and his way with women to Gene Mar-
tin who doesn't think he needs it.
f'Curly" Addison leaves his long, gold-
en, flowing curls to beautiful Bob Anderson.
Marie Sullivan leaves a pinch of person-
ality, a glint o glamour, and a bunch of
beauty to any drip that needs it.
"Hank" Canfield, the only man in the
class with enough strength in his upper lip
to hang a moustache on it, leaves his
strength to hammering "Hank" Mantho who
hammers the opposing football lines to a
pulp, a sickly green pulp at that. Never is
he satisfied with a twitching, bloody mass.
Smooth, suave, sophisticated Nina
Crumrine leave her indescribable beauty to
Nick Stoica leaves his speed on the
football field to Bill Kline who, they say, has
quite a little speed already.
Russ Yoder leaves his ability to beat it
out on the drums to Al Cohen who already
has some ability to beat it out. In fact, one
night he broke a dish at Johnson's and you
should have seen him beat it out of there.
The only difference ,between him and Glenn
Cunningham is that Glenn runs in shorts,
but after Al went through that closed door
without opening it, there wasn't any differ-
ence at all.
Octave Grecu, who has a dead eye on
the basketball floor, and Verner Bonfert,
who has a dead head anytime, leave their
dead ends to the physiologoy classes for ex-
Carol Vernon leaves her wit and humor
all wrapped up in silk Ccorn silk! to Miss
Meyer's speech class. And you have to take
it, Miss Meyer-this is a will.
We also have that dazzling dish, Deloris
Henry, who leaves the high school three
marvelous false eyebrows Cone extra for
safetyb and one empty lipstick tube which
is grand to keep lead in.
Jolly Jim Alzner leaves some kind of
new clock for the office. He says it has a
fuse attached to it upon which is written:
"Scratch all matches here,
And for the school
You'll never shed
Next we have dynamiting Dorothy Var-
ner who leaves this little axiom:
"A dog's delight is to bark and bite,
A little bird's to sing,
But all these teachers can find to do
Is gripe about everythingf'
Signed, Dorothy Canfield Varner.
Willy Schmidt follows her literary ex-
ample and leaves the cheerful little sample:
"Roses are red,
Violets are blue,
Sugar is sweet,
And . . . say did you eat onions for dinner?"
Mabel Conrad who was, in his time,
quite a gallant fellow leaves three used pass-
es to Mr. Gilmore.
Frank Hoiles who didn't find out until
three days after graduation that the girl in
front of the room was a teacher, not a hos-
tess, leaves this bit of information: Wash-
ington was not President during Jefferson's
Bighearted Bill Shrigley leave his abil-
ity to draw Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck
to Walt Disney.
Martha Dickson leaves her strong right
arm to the athletic department. And if you
don't think Martha has a strong right arm,
just remember the door in 201.
We, the January class of 1941, bequeath
to Miss May Smyth who has put up with us
all this time a large bottle of aspirin tablets.
fam nary Class Prophecy
After having gazed into Madame La
Zonga's crystal ball, consulted the stars,
read tea leaves, and let the imagination run
riot, we make the following predictions about
our classmates with a money back guaran-
tee if they have not come true by 1971.
Franklin Smith will become a stand-in
for the Thin Man pictures while running an
escort bureau on the side.
Irene Szasz Will be the iirst of our class
to marry and she will have twins, which will
be named "Sniz" and "Snaz."
Bill Shrigley will finally achieve his
longed-for-goal-the managership of the J.
C. Penny Company.
Frankie Hoiles will become a daring
young man on the flying trapeze, pink tights
"Hank" Caniield will become a barker
at the same circus and will wear very beau-
tiful green checked suits.
Russ Yoder will become a wrestler with
the slogan "If you wrestle with Russell, you
will sure have a tussle, so hustle to wrestle
Nina Crumrine will become a fraternity
house mother and will be affectionately
known as "Mother Crumrine" by all her dear
Marie Sullivan, the Hedy LaMarr of the
high school, will ,become a street car con-
ductor so that she can tell everyone where
to get off at.
Don Addams will become a famous ac-
tor, the toast of New York, the apple of the
publicis eye, and will have a very fruitful
"Curly" Addison will become a million-
aire and will immediately present the high
school athletic department with a lovely new
Hilda Gockel and Bill Cobb will become
a dance team called Yellond and Fellonyou
and gvilll have long engagements in the east
. . . a em.
In order to insure Verner Bonfertis fu--
ture, we are compiling a book of his current
jokes so that he can remember them better
for his radio program over Station P-U-N-K.
l Bob Davis will become a beauty con-
noiseur and have his own shop, called "Bob-
by's Beauty Bar."
Kay Kotzbacker will write a love-lorn
column for the New York Times, and fur-
nishing her with plenty of materials will be
Glen Goris and Jean Rhodes. These two will
. . . Flash! . . . Marry . . . divorce . . . and
Jean Madison is going to get married
and start a kindergarten of her own.
Frank Zupanic will have a dancing class
and teach the rhumba!
Virginia Birch will be an air-hostess and
Eugene Major will be a mountain climber.
They will have a fine time hitting the high
John "Peanut" Boyd will be the one and
only man ever able to knock out Joe Louis.
This will take 6 rounds and the aid of only
a quart of chloroform.
We, the June Class of 1941, wish to
present our most sincere thanks to Miss Mil-
dred Walker, our patroness. Without her
expert guidance and understanding, we could
never have accomplished what we have.
One dreary afternoon in 1937, the jani-
tors heard a great commotion in 101. Upon
rushing into the room, however, they found
that the racket was caused only by the 9A
class organizing. Miss Marie Dettmer be-
came our patroness, and the following offi-
cers were elected: president, William Berge-
manng vice-president, Dale Hewitt, secre-
tary, Olive Jones, and treasurer, Betty
Pratt. Crimson and gray were chosen as the
class colors, and the class motto became "In
ourselves our future lies."
We got off to a great start by holding
a party in April at the Y. M. C. A. When
we were 10B's, Miss Dettmer resigned be-
cause of other pressing duties, and Miss
Mildred Walker was chosen as the guardian
of our destinies. This same year, Bill Ber-
gemann moved out of town, and Dale Hewitt
was elected president and Kennard Ewing,
vice president. We also held another party
at the Y. M. C. A.
It was in our junior year that we really
began to shine. When we were 11B's, a se-
ries of entertainments was sponsored joint-
ly by the junior classes. As 11A's, we held
a rummage sale and a tea dance, and we end-
ed the year with an Hawaiian Prom superb-
ly presented by Mary Beth Carr and her
committees. Dick Riley, who was elected
class president in the fall, guided us through
As seniors we were kept busy with sen-
ior themes, senior play, senior chapel, and,
finally, commencement and the senior dance.
And it was with mingled feelings of relief
and regret that we bade farewell to our alma
mater, Alliance High School.
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Jane Ellett .......
Margaret Shaw .....
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"Make XVay for
"Then 1'll Be
Senior Gift Com-
"Hit the Road."
T r a. V e I Club:
XVith My Gal."
Senior Play Staff:
Annual Staffg Na-
tional Honor So-
Senior Girl Re-
Gi rl Reserves:
Latin Clubg Stamp
Club, SeC.3 Moni-
"I Got Rhythm."
Senior l'lay Staff!
Senior Pin and
B a n d : T o r 0 h
Club, Sec.: Psy-
chology C 1 u b 3
Esquire C l u b ,
T r e a s.: Orches-
"Oh lVhat a Pal
Just Quote Me."
Senior Play Staff:
High Point High
Point, N 0 r t h
Carolina 1, 2, 3.
"Lovab1e Sort of
Senior Play: Sen-
ior Pin and Ring
It e S e r v e s ,
l'res.g Test Tube
Clubg Girl Re-
serve Coun cilg
Monitor, A s s ' t
taine High School,
Senior Play Staff:
Red and Blue
Staff, Prom Com-
mitteeg Bandg Le
Cenacle: F i n e
A r t sq Assembly
Program C o m -
S a I e m High
It e s e r v cw s 3
M n gyaros
Senior Play Staff
Girls' Glee Club
"Here You Are."
Girls' Glee Club!
G. A. C.
Senior Play Staffg
Meridian C l u b 3
Industrial Art s
Flying C 1 u b 5
"Seems Like Z1
Month of Sun-
Girls' Glee Club:
l'1f'l'l"ll'l'il'k ll utflvy
A"l'll1ll'9 Must H11
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Find Your Blue-
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Senior l'2lIl and
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tl 1 1'l 111-sorv.es:
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Pres., Sl, 43 N11-
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Prvlia ra tory
"Norm: Tonk a
Lvsson in My
Senior Play Staff
Industrial A r t s
Monitor: 31 a r l -
luoro High School
"Hose Marie, 1
"It's M y Turn
Senior Play Staff
"You M a fl e 11
'Pouclirluwn in My
Travel Club: Bas-
F a ll Varieties:
Senior Play: Na-
tional llunor So-
tiles Club: Sopho-
innre Girl He--
H i r l liesvrves,
Pres.: li, A. C.:
Blue lro mi no
Library 1' l u ll .
Pres.: Buntvl Fall
"You XYalk By."
lied a n tl Blue
"As I lit-member
"lt Ain't Neces-
'Forcli Ulub: Sen-
ior Banquet Com-
"Why Dimln't YVi1-
Senior Play: Ger-
man Club: Tri-L
Club: S L a. ni p
Club, Pres.: For-
um Club: YVest-
School, Pa., 2.
"IS It l'nssibl6-7"
"VII Norm' Say
Svnior Play Staffl
"Do You Ever
Think of MP?"
I3 o o S t 1- r lflubg
"Tliere's No Tell-
"My Heart Stood
"XVhen l Climb
Ibown Frmn My
Senior Cards and
Camera. C l ll b ,
"Madam, Can You
XYith the Breeze."
Senior Cards and
"You and YVho
lied a n rl Blue
ior Girl Reserves:
Freshnian G i r l
Ulnhg S t a m 11
XY e n ml e l l P.
l' f 0 u t S Hi-Y,
l ndustrial Arts
-'Une N e ve I'
'l'lt All Comes
Back to Me
"I Uonld Write at
Senior Cap and
Chg Annual Staff:
Xational H o n n r
Swivty: L il tin
C l ll ln I Meridian
"lloc'ket to the
"Yun Can De-
pend on Me."
Annual Staff: Na-
tional Honnr So-
cietyg Latin Ulubg
"XVell, All Right."
Tube Club: Moni-
"Don't Let It
Get You ljnwnf
"Keep an Eye on
Senior Play Staff:
H 0 0 S 1 e r Ulnlug
Uzidum-an C l ll li,
" 'Tain'l NVI1 a t
You lm, lt's tliv
lVay 'Phat You
Travn-l Cl nlig
Unrom-I C 1 u ll 3
"Uh, Johnny, Uh."
llernian 11 l ll li 3
.I nnior ll 0 l i 1- Q- ,
Sec., Majur, Ass'l.
'tToday I Ani ax
"lt'S Foolish but heuell
lt'S Fun," "The Same Uld
Senior Play Staff: Stony.
C U I' 4: H QI Club:
J oe 7"
Virginia SUIIYTIIIIII Kenneth 1Yebb Hurry' xVhWlt0lls
P College General C fl"
rc-pzirntory "Gotta See a 0. figs .
"Do You Know Dream About a ,TreD'n'ltm5
yvhyjv- Gi,-lj' Lazybonesf'
gra ln: l"1'9Slll"ll2Hl
G i 1' l Reserves:
G. A. C. Sec..
Treus.: Te-st Tube
Q' 1 u b: Uzicluceziri
"Sturt the Day
G. A. C.: Dalton
Higll School, Dail-
ton, Ohio, l, 2,
Boys' Glee Club:
Stamp Club: Tri-
Arts Club: Boos-
ter' Club: lVen-
flell P. Pfouts Hi-
Live Here Any-
Toro nlo High
Ohio, 1, 2, 3.
Lillian Ml-yer Junior D. Young
"Shake Down the "lVhat Good's the
Four Sion' Hari
The other evening I had a thought, while deep in meditation.
I thought that I would write a book, a book of memories.
I wondered what I'd call my book, and then an inspiration,
And "High School" was the title that I gave to it, you see.
This book I divided into chapters four.
Each chapter then in turn was captioned,
The first was "Freshman," then came "Sophomore,"
"Junior," "Senior," and the task was then completed.
In chapter one I told about
The things I used to do.
How I would search and how I'd scout,
For elevators and room one twenty-two.
In chapter two you will find a fellow
Who is getting pretty talky.
He likes to beef and he likes to bellow,
But he's just a little cocky.
And now in chapter three we see
A dazed, bewildered lad.
No, he's not sick, he's just in love, and gee,
O golly, but he's got it bad.
Boys' Glee Club:
Torch Club, Pres.:
Hiking Club, Test
Tube Club: XYen-
dell P. Pfouts Hi-
Club: Tennis: Fall
Varieties: S u b -
Then Iinally we come to chapter four and find a change of mood.
We see a senior, broad and tall, a struttin' down the hall.
But underneath that senior's ego, he's sorry, sad, and weary,
For no longer will he answer the class bell's ringing call.
Pl? Ffew to Hawaz'z' or Our Prom
Beneath swaying palms, to the rhythm
of Frank Corbi's South Sea music, about two
hundred couples danced at the junior-senior
prom of May, 1940.
All guests were given invitations in the
form of tickets for a pleasure Cruise to
The walls of the gym were gaily decor-
ated by panels showing scenes of Hawaii,
while the ceiling was plaited with stream-
ers of different colors. A bamboo hut in one
corner offered punch and pop corn balls, and
card tables and games in another gave enter-
tainment for those who didn't dance.
During the intermission there was a
program of several musical numbers, and a
novelty hula dance was presented by a num-
ber of the boys in the 11A class.
The prom was under the general super-
vision of Mary Beth Carr.
HQ Wok If IVEM UK
Whiz! Bang! "The fireworks! The
fireworks!!" shouted Kolenkhov. And hi-
larious confusion reigned as the June class
of '41 presented Kaufman and Hart's com-
edy, "You Can't Take It With You," on Wed-
nesday, April 23.
This Broadway play was staged and di--
rected by Miss Florence Meyer, who was
largely responsible for its unusual success.
One of the largest crowds in A. H. S. history
filled the auditorium that night.
The action took place in the home of
Martin Vanderhof, just around the corner
from Columbia University. Grandpa be-
lieved that to get the most out of life you
should do only what you wish to do, and that
is exactly what he and his family did, to the
The part of Grandpa was ably por-
trayed by Dick Riley. Penny Sycamore QAnn
Johnb, the flighty mother, and her husband,
Paul QDick Howellh, added much in the way
of skillful acting and amusement. Alice
QBetty Terhunel in love with Tony Kirby
CAI Cohen! was the only sensible member
of the Sycamore family.
Comedy, and plenty of it, was provided
by Essie QCarolyn Johnsj as the ballet
dancer, by her husband Ed fRoss Hillesj
and also by Mr. De Pinna QWade Conradj,
the ex-ice man.
Rheba, as the Sycamore colored maid,
and Donald, Rheba's boy friend, were played
by Norma Lutz and Bob Anderson. Mr.
Kirby, the business man, and his socially-
minded wife were convincingly played by
Bill Kline and Sue Miller.
The part of Boris Kolenkhov, the Rus-
sian ballet teacher, was taken by Jack Cos-
tanzo, and that of the Russian Grand Duch-
ess Olga by Betty Cox.
Henderson fHyde Stiresj was the In-
ternal Revenue man, and Gay Wellington,
fAnn Jolietb an actress friend of Penny's.
The three G-Men were Anthony Fallo,
William Warren, and Bob Quinn.
The understudies were Lucile Ketcham,
William Warren, and Bob Quinn.
A vote of thanks should be given to
those persons who worked so hard behind
the scenes to make the play the success that
Las! PHY! amz' Ykstaflzent ofthe June Clary, 19411
Because we feel we cannot be selfish
with our outstanding abilities and character-
istics, we, the June class of 1941, in all good
faith and sincerity, do hereby publish our
last will and testament, trusting that it will
be put to as great advantages in the future
as in the past.
To the student body we leave "Tip"
Ketcham's outstanding personality. Lucky
To Gladys Jones we leave Sue Miller's
ability to "Win Friends and Influence Peo-
To Jo Reynolds we leave Olive Jones'
sweetness and winning smile.
To Sally Moore we leave Betty Ter-
hunets numerous boy friends. But don't get
as mixed up.
To Jean McCready we leave Norma
Lutz's "lovely" sneeze.
To Marian Burt we leave Berdine Hen-
derson's genius for leading the honor role.
To Paula Reed we leave Carolyn John's
To Kathy McCue we leave the loveliness
of Marie Kettring.
To Mary Allott we leave Vada Ham-
lin's lovely red hair.
To Julia Temple we leave Ann John's
ability to act.
To Eddie Marini we leave Bette Oyster's
success with the accordian.
To Ann Davis we leave Normajean Rar-
don's musical talent.
To Pat McFee we leave the cuteness of
To all lovers of ice skating we leave
Mildred Kitzmiller's skates.
To Nancy Kendall we leave the efficient
and never-ending work of Mary Beth Carr.
To Jo Baughman we leave Ellen Dail-
ey's sparkling beauty.
To the high school we leave Emma
To Bertha Mae Bert we leave the end-
less energy of Jean Drinkhouse.
To Joan Throne we leave Julia Barth's
To the Booster Club we leave Jane El-
lett's enthusiasm for athletics.
To Alberta Austin We leave Dorothy
Al1dredge's blond beauty.
To Jane Eynon we leave Janet David-
son's many duties in the library.
To Jean McConnell we leave Selma Um-
berger's good sportsmanship.
To Mary Kidd we leave the quietness
of Dorothy Bowden.
To Virginia Waller we leave Beth Gil-
bert's complete devotion.
To Berdene Coombs
Pratt's class treasury.
we leave Betty
leave Dick How-
To Bob Edwards we
ell's feeble excuse for wit and humor.
To "Bucky" Wyand
Hilles' cheerleading ability.
we leave Ross
To the high school
Stires's pride and joy--the Bachelors.
we leave Hyde
To Bob Cassidy we leave Dick Riley's
tine leadership and executive ability.
To Mr. Walker we leave Bill Kline's abil-
ity to "beat it on out" on the trumpet.
To anyone who wants it we leave Al Co-
To Ruth Aherns we leave fond memor-
ies of Jack Costanzo.
To Mr. Husat we leave Betty Cox's Rus-
To Dwight Freshley we leave Dale Hew-
itt's wonderful voice.
To Bill Santschi we leave the common
sense and judgment of Bill Bergemann.
To Clyde Godsey we leave Frank Wil-
liams' trigonometry. CGood luck.J
To Beth McMinn we leave Bob Quinn's
To Bob White we leave Merle Crowl's
To the faculty we leave the ambitious
To Ralph Rutledge we leave Glenn
Cobb's ability to do the "Can-Can."
To Bill Andrews we leave Bob Ander-
son's antique jokes.
To Virgil Artino we leave "Red" Wei-
bush's love for Miss Walker.
To Bud Howell we leave Louis Boschini's
ability to handle a football.
To Johnny Peters we leave Kenny
To Dick Ogline we leave Jim Moushey's
To all females we leave Joe Bandy's col-
To Howard Sohn we leave Dale Allison's
energy and efficiency.
To Dick Alexander we leave Harrison
Husat's continuous outbursts of feeling.
To Dick Fritz we leave Dale McBane's
To all gum chewers we, the 12A class,
leave the wads of gum under the desks.
Prophecy of Me' fum' Clan
Flags were flying, bands were playing,
bugles were blaring. Yes, it was a great day
for Alliance for Miss Mildred Walker's great
Exposition had opened. So I paid my twen-
ty pins-Miss Walker was always so lenient
-and walked in.
There right in front of my eyes was Eu-
gene Beck hawking five cent neckties made
entirely by the silkworms themselves. As I
fled from Gene I bumped into a guide. I
picked her up and discovered that it was
Nancy Ailes. We talked awhile and she told
me how Bill Kline had been drafted.
After I left Nancy I saw a three-piece
band playing for the "hooch show." Imagine
my surprise when I discovered the players
to ,be Joe Bandy on the drums, Emma Beck
on the bass horn, and Jim Moushey on the
violin. My inner being revolted at this point,
so I marched on.
Out of the corner of my eye I saw Bob
Anderson looking at the pictures of the
French Follies, and so I turned the other
way. Being thirsty I went over to a refresh-
ment stand and was waited on by Ellen Dail-
ey. She give me an orange ade, a drop of
orange juice diluted with a pint of water,
and told me that a movie scout and his wife,
Dick Riley and Carolyn Johns, were at the
Expo and that she hoped to be discovered.
After I left there I came to the back
exit of a building, and there were hundreds
and hundreds of people pouring out. I
walked around to the front and' there stood
Jack Costanzo selling tickets. Then I turned
to get away, but there was no' getting away
Inside the building a minstrel show was
in progress. A men's quartet made up of
Red Weibush, George DeMuth, Louis Bos-
chini, and Harrison Husat, was rendering
"Sweet Adeline." And I do mean rendering.
Then the women's chorus, Vada Hamlin,
Marie Kettring, Mildred Kitzmiller, and Jan-
et Davidson put on the Iinishing touches.
Through the dense clouds of cigar
smoke, for Glenn Cobb was present, I made
out that master of innuendo, that immacu-
late master of ceremonies, Al Cohen. Al did
his song and dance number and then, after
listening to his stale jokes, I crawled over a
couple of bodies that I recognized to be Ken-
nard Ewing and Gene Martin. They hadn't
quite reached the exit before they keeled
Coming out into the sunlight, I blow out
my safety lamp and walked on. There, help-
ing several old ladies Cof about twenty-two
years of ageb across the Midway, were Hyde
Stires and Kenneth Webb. Staggering on I
saw Norma Lutz and Tippie Ketcham just
standing there laughing. I never did find
out what they were laughing at until a kind
hearted midget, whom I recognized to be
Chuck Nanes, told me that they had cracked
under the strain of selling Chronicles.
Going on I discovered a crowd of people
gathered around a motorcycle rink. Whom
should I see but Dale McBane racing around
the sides on his tricycle and over the heads
of several ferocious lions, one of whom was
George Nanes. Being afraid of lions, I left.
Walking on I was stopped by a crowd
of small children. And whom did I see but
Suzanne Johnson, the social worker, with her
charges. Going on down the Midway I came
to the World Theater. I went in and saw
Betty Terhune in the great drama of the
ages, "You Can't Take It With You," which
was running for its fifty-third week. Yes,
Betty stuck to the stage.
After I left, I had my picture painted by
a masked artist who turned out to be Ann
John. In addition to painting, Reggity Ann
is still writing a gossip column for the
After I buried the picture, I went to the
Penny Arcade. Inside Jean Drinkhouse and
Olive Jones, who were on their day off from
Kresge's, were testing their strength. Jean
ran the gauge up to 2,139 pounds and then
stopped Cquittery I learned that she worked
in the loading department at Kresge's, also
ran a steam shovel for Leroy Irish on her
Then I went on until I came to the dance
pavilion. On the outside it announced that
Professor Twinkletoes was giving a ballet
demonstration. Upon entering I discovered
Ross Hilles, the old jitterbugger. Yes, he
sure had changed. I noticed that Jack Ed-
wards who is really an agricultural techni-
cian Che runs a farmJ was in the crowd.
Proceeding as before I came to the Loop
the Loops. As the cars went over the loops,
an occasional clink was heard as money fell
to the ground from the pockets of the pass-
engers. Coming closer I saw an elderly gen-
tleman picking up coins and throwing them
in a bag. As he turned around I saw that it
was Harry Wheaton. I guess Harry had sur-
prised us all for he was the principal of the
high school now. He was gathering money
for a new dance floor for his office. Tsk, tsk.
CPronounced with a lispl.
Leaving him I came to the experts of
the show. You tried to stump them with a
mathematical problem. Who should they be
but Frank Williams and Berdine Henderson
who ran a bank in their spare time.
Further on I saw Mary Beth Carr sell-
ing kisses for a quarter. I ran over and
bought a ,box of them. Mary now plays a
mean boogie piano with C'orbi's orchestra.
On the move again, I saw the high tow-
er where a lady dove a horse into the water.
Hoping to see some more of my friends I
Went over and talked with the horse awhile.
Yes, it was Merle Crowl and Al Whitting-
ham. Al played the end that got the laughs.
Merle and Al are also coaches for the high
school baseball team. Looking around I dis-
covered the rider of the horse to be Dorothy
Bowden. In real life Dorothy runs a roul-
ette wheel at Johnson's Slushery fplugj.
Of course I had to see the amusement sec-
tion, so I started off for that area. The first
person I saw was Chuck Hoag, the big league
ball player who plays with the Paris Clean-
ers, throwing baseballs at somebody's head
stuck out of a hole. On closer examination
I discovered the head to be Dale Hewitt who
sings opera-when he can get anybody to
Not wishing to bother them I went on.
CNow comes the climax. Listen and I'll tell
you what I saw.J I saw our worthy owner
of this exposition, Miss Walker, riding the
Dodgems. Yes, she was ripping around and
knocking all of our old classmates out of
Then everything turned hazy and went
black. I woke up in the hospital with a
truck's fender embedded in my back. So
knowing no more I end this little piece with
a plea for forgivance. Au revoir.
Gain ing Affz'f1m'e
X 4 ,
10B CLASS 10A CLASS
President .,.,SS..........S.S..S,SSS...........,.. Don Felgar President .,...S.........A........,eee..., Arthur Stuckey
Vice President ,.... ,....,.,. D ean Ashbrook Vice President ..... ....,......,. G ene Wyand
Secretary ....rr.r ..rr,,......ir V era Alfani Secretary .....,.r r...... J eanne McConnell
Treasurer ,S,...........,r,r.......... Charles Ketchani Treasurer ...........rrr...,r.......V..,...... Ruth Archer
Colors: Green and white
Colors: Red and Silver
Motto: "Courage, truth and loyalty,
Motto: "Facta Non Verbau Wyre the C1355 of '43"
Patron: Mr. James Wilhelm Patron-Mr. James Gilmore
11B CLASS 11A CLASS
President .,..VY., ,.,, ,..,..vV ,.. ........ E a rl Bard
Vice President ...eee ..,e4..... R ay Aquilo
Secretary .,.,...,e,..eee,e .ee...... B eth McMinn
Assistant Secretary ,ee.,.....Vv Majel Hammond
Treasurer ....ee,.,..ee..,. ,e..e,.......,,.,, L aura Cobb
Patroness e......e eee.... M iss Ruth Chisholm
President eoi,o,,.e7eo7i..,e....4.e,....,.e,,,.i Bob Cassidy
Secretary ,...,..e ,ee.,...
s Thelma Varnei'
President .. ... ,. 4.....,.......A,,.,...,.... , ,, ..,. B ob Edwards
Vice President ,,,ee ....... ,,....e...,.e, ...ee.. E a 1 'l Branlield
Secretary ......eie. e,...ee..e.........e V irginia Saffell
Treasurer .eee,er .,e,.ieee.......,,...r... B erdene Coombs
Colors .,..,.. .,.,,,e.....,. C laret and antique ivory
Motto rrrrrr. ...r. ' 'We aim high to hit the mark"
Patroness oCCCooCooCoCooooCo..Aoooroeo........i.,i,.,,oo.,...,.....,,r...,....oo.. Miss Bertha Marmet
This industrious group of 12B's started their busy life while yet
sophomores. They have had two parties, sponsored several bake sales
and tea dances, all sold football pennants, bandannas, and fboys toolj
cosmetics, and consequently, have fattened their treasury. Last semester
they played host to the January graduating seniors at a clever Walt
Disney Fantasia Prom.
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Diary of Benny Me Bug
Sept. 9-Well, school has started again
. . . Followed three freshmen around that
were looking for the elevator. Nearly got
stepped on two or three times, the way they
were rushing around. Human beings are
Sept. 13-Everybody went to the foot-
ball game tonight. I couldn't miss it, it be-
ing the first one, so I hitched a ride on Whit's
coat sleeve. We beat Minerva, 25-6. Some-
body nearly swatted me on my way to the
side lines. Was I embarrassed!
Sept. 24-All the clubs are choosing
new members this week. I hid behind a
radiator to lind out who they're all taking
in and nearly burned a feeler off. Initiations
are next-I have more fun watching those!
Sept. 25-First tea dance of the semes-
ter was in the gym tonight after school.
Rode around on somebody's foot and got
dizzy. Guess I'm no jitterbugl
Sept. 30-Was watching some seniors
working on their senior themes today in
study hall. It's times like that I'm glad I'm
Oct. ll-School and me were buzzin'
with excitement today. It was the day of
the Massillon game in the Akron Rubber
Bowl. I rode in one of the busses with the
band-in the trumpet. Got blown out on
my ear when they started to play. They
beat us, but it was a good game. A lot of
fireworks went off at the half. Made all my
eight knees knock together.
Oct. 14-Was under one of the seats in
the auditorium tonight when the seniors
tried out for the senior play. Sounds like
it might be good. I might take a date to it.
Wonder if Genevieve Moth has one yet?
Oct. 22-Fastened myself to a curtain
in the auditorium while the student body
chose five football queens. Marie Sullivan,
Irene Szasz, Pat McFee, Jean McConnell, and
Alberta Austin were elected. Couldn't have
picked better ones myself!
Oct. 31-Went to stunt chapel this
morning. Cruised around the ceiling while
the clubs put on their stunts. Laughed my-
self silly at the Bachelors' Smashe News
stunt. They won the cup, too. Managed to
sit on the edge while it was being presented.
Nov. 13-Big show tonight in the audi-
torium called "Fall Varieties." Sat on Mr.
Gilmore's knee while he was being Edgar
Bergen and Mr. Webb was Charley McCar-
thy. Awful good show. Lotta people in
the auditorium. Had more fun chasin' the
Three Yehudis around.
Nov. 15-Had to get out long underwear
for the Jamestown game tonight, or I would
have frozen my feelers. Marie Sullivan was
crowned queen. Kay Kyser chose her from
Dec. 4-Took my supper to the auditor-
ium tonight as I didn't want to miss the
senior play, "Young April." Very good play
but I was a little mad on account of Gene-
vieve Moth had a date.
Scenes from "Young April" rehearsals: "Beanie" Bonfert as Brian Stanley gives Stewart. Miller fBill
Fohbb the bum's rush: Prof. and Mrs. Mclntyre fBoh Kaylor. Martha Dickson! look on while George
lHank C'n.ntield7 argues with Pete and Dutch fBob Roberts. Don Addamslg Carol Vernon as Terry
Mcln tyre greets Brian.
On the deck of "H, M. S. Pinaforef' left to right: Dwight Freshley as Captain Corcoran: Sue John-
son as Buttercup: Jack Costanzo as Sir Joseph Poixcrg Shirley Morey as Hehe-1 Bill Bvrgexiiaii as llillllll
Rau-kstraw: lluth Ahrens as Josephine: Donald Snode as the hoatswain.
Dec. 18-Buzzed down to the Columbia
Theatre tonight to the Bachelor Theatre
Party. They chose Chuck Gainor as football
king. Rode around on his crown awhile.
Dec. 20-School's out for Christmas va-
cation today. Heard that all the club dances
are going to be during vacation. Guess I'll
take up residence at the Woman's Club.
Jan. 7-Went to a delicious dinner at
the Country Club tonight for the cast of
"Young April." Walked around under the
table and ate and ate and ate.
Jan. 13-Back to school. The seniors
sure look woe-begone. Guess exams and
graduation are too much for 'em. Tickled
a few on the ear so they'd smile-no luck!
Jan. 17-Sat on the stage today while
the seniors gave their chapel. Some of 'em
looked sad-some happy. Felt like givin' a
speech so I buzzed around awhile but no-
body noticed. Such is the life of a bug.
Jan. 20-Schoo1's empty without the
seniors. Buzzed around watching the kids
take exams but got depressed so took a nap
under a desk.
Jan. 23-Gym sure looked pretty to-
night after the Esquires finished decoratin'
it for the senior dance. Big crowd there.
All the seniors back. This school sure is the
danciest place. Genevieve Moth and I were
Jan. 24-Sat on a bulb in the footlights
and watched the seniors get handed their
diplomas. They all looked happy but I hate
to see 'em go. Hank Canfield and Ginny
Birch got the American Legion awards.
Jan. 27-New semester started again
today, and I had to explain to some more
freshies about the elevator. Think lil get
the school to build one. I'd like to ride up
and down on the ropes. And the freshies
would have something on the seniors.
Jan. 29-Watched Nip's boys edge Ak-
ron West tonight. It took two overtinies,
but Dick Fritz did himself proud by flipping
in the winning basket.
Feb. 7-Canton Lehman evened our re-
lations, 42-30. Shucks.
Feb. 8-The boys were tired after last
night and the Potters won, 60-42 .... Gosh,
those river bugs are a noisy bunch.
Top row. left to riglit: Bachelors' championship intramural basketball teaing "Ali: De Pinna" in the
throes ol' i.l'lQ.1'01lOlllPil'YQ N0l'lll2l I.utz. Tip Ketchum, Carolyn Johns enjoy .lark Costanzo's car.
Second row: llliss Meyer says, "Move along. Lyle'
ine talk over "Yin C:1n't Take il With You."
Feb. 18--Attended the first Round Ta-
ble Review in the library. Big success. Sat
on a book of Natural History.
Feb. 19-Well, we got beat again, but
the boys sure played a nice game. Massillon
won, 43-32. I stuck myself to the ,ball with
some resin, and Charley Jenkins threw me
into the hoop for 19 points.
Feb. 21-Mrs. John L. Price reviewed
"The American Way" in chapel this morn-
ing. Me and Frannie Firefly sat on the base
of the mike. Wish I could buzz with a Ger-
Feb. 24-5-6-All the 12A's were trying
out for the senior play these last three days.
I liked it 'cause the kids didn't leave until
6:30. Everyone tried out . . . "Must have
been about two acres."
Feb. 27-The seniors were all excited
about the cast selections. The play is the
Kaufman and Hart comedy, "You Can't
Take It With You." It should be pretty
good. Think I'll ask Frannie Firefly.
tGenevieve Moth and I aren't getting along
so well . . . you know these high school rom-
Feb. 28-There was an operetta preview
this morning in chapel and a rally for the
Hubbard game this afternoon. The school
is just flyin' around with activities.
1 view of the l'hronic-lc vhapelg Ann John and Hill
March 5-I didnlt know whether to go
to the basketball game or to see f'Pinafore"
so I buzzed back and forth between Youngs-
town and the auditorium. They were ,both
good and the school had two victories.
March 7-There was a big dance in the
gym tonight-the Red Cross Ball for the
War Relief Fund. I tell you, the bugs in Eu-
rope don't have a chance, but everyone at
the dance had fun.
March 10-We had an exciting chapel
this morning. E. C. Ramsey spoke for a
couple hours. He's a big shot newspaper
man, you know.
March 11-The annual staff put on an-
other chapel this morning. Miss Elliott asked
me if I'd let the staff have my diary. It'sf
all right with me, but the pages are kind of
fly-specked. These chapels are fung I got
in on some of the pictures Dick Howell took.
March 14-I stayed in the auditorium
all night so I would have a good seat for the
movie this morning. They showed 'tThe
Lives of a Bengal Lancer." Boy, that Coop-
April 1-Stayed in my cubby hole in
biology lab today. Those freshies are ac-
tually mad on April Fools' Day.
April 2-Blue Dom started the parade
of tea dances today. I just sat on Joe Ban-
dy's clarinet and listened and listened and
April 4-The Esquire Club had their
fifth annual Novelty Dance tonight. There
was an awful big crowd. I took a Canton
bug and had a swell time.
April 9-16--I'm all alone for a few days
while the kids have their spring vacation.
Oh, well, they sure needed it.
April 23--Boy, oh boy, oh boy,-what a
crowd! The old place was packed for the
senior play. I was lucky to get up on the
chandelier. The play was good too, but the
iirecrackers scared me.
May 20-The seniors gave their chapel
this morning. It sorta reminded me of Fall
Varieties. They had a lot of talent in this
May 24-The 11A's threw their prom
tonight. It was a Spanish-American dance,
and the 12A's sang their swan-song rumba
May 26-30-Seniors are taking their
exams this Week. I can't even buzz a little
bit in study halls without some 12A getting
June 1-I crawled over 'to the First
Methodist Church for the Baccalaureate
Service. The kids are beginning to realize
that they're just about through.
June 2-Well, the big siege is on for the
rest of the student body. Yes, this is exam
weekg I just stay up in biology lab.
June 3-Hilles took me over to the
Woman's Club for the Senior Banquet to-
night. I rode in the back seat upholstery
with Genevieve Moth.
June 5-This is some week! Tonight
is the Esquire Senior Dance. They get big-
ger every year. I'm going with Frannie
June 6-Well, sir, they're gone. Com-
mencement was tonight. I hated to see them
go even if Mr. Webb says they have the best
chance of any senior class for the last ten
years. When I think that it took a war to
give them their chance, I can't help but feel
sorry to see them go. It would be awful if
they had to fight, but things are never quite
so .bad as they look. Old Bennie has Watched
these kids for four years now, and I sure
mean it when I say, "So long, the best of
luck, may God be with you."
Top row, left to right: Howell, Stanley. Riley. Edwards at Boys' Statcg after "You Cilllvf. Take lt, VVitli
You" reliearsal: Eldon Tatscii. Dale llewit.
Second row: lddilor and president: Hound Table Review: Dick Howell in ax pensive mood.
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Faculty ........,..,.,.,,,, ,,,,.
Senior write uns , ,,,, .,.. . .
Salesin en ....,,.,,..,..,,..,......A..,,
Anna. Mae Mathias
Mary Beth Carr
Typists-Barbara Bankovich. Maxine Crum. Camille Kuceyeski, and Carol Stewart.
Faculty Advisers--elvliss Marian Elliott, Miss Mary Dilley.
Red and Blue
Editor .,..,.,.....................,...,,....., Mary lieth Carr
Business Manager ,.,,...,,,,,,,........ Kennard Ewing
Associate Business lvlanager -.....,, Joe di Donato
News Editor .,,,,,..,.,,........,,,,, ,,.,,.... C 'arol Vernon
Sports Editor ...,l,.,,,....... .,,.,,,,.. R ichard Ogline
Photographer .,,.......,,.,,,....,...,.,,,,,. Russell Yoder
Reporters-Ellen Dailey, Mary Esther Davis,
Robert Edwards, Deloris Henry, Jean Madi-
son, Elaine Pettibon.
Typists-Harriet Bailey, Jean Drinkhouse. Ann
Jo1'ney, Donna Jean Nvorley, Josephine
Editorial ..,............,...,,. Miss Marian Elliott
Business ..., .,,..........,,,,....,..... l Nliss Mary Dilley
Red and Blue
Editor ,,,....,....,......,.,,.,..,,,.,...,.,.,,, Mary Beth Carr
Business Manager .......,,.....,......... McClellan Best
News Editor ...... .... . Jacqueline Siines
Feature Editor ...........,.,..,.,......,..,.,. Ellen Stoner
Sports Editor ............,.......,r,,r,,r Edward DeGraw
Reporters-Jeanne Bowman. Berdine Coombs.
Edward Cross. Jean Eite, Esther Green-
field, Betty May Keller, Kathleen McCue,
Francina Morey, Eileen Sniith, June Stew-
art, Frances Strazi, and Muriel XVelsh.
1 Photographei' .i........,..,......,,..,, Dalton Templeton
Typists-Barbara Bankovich, Maxine Crum,
Camille Kuceyeski. and Carol Stewart.
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Vim- l'l'1-SNIA-IIE ,, ,, ,, Nuiivy Ailes
Ql'f'I'1'l2ll'B' . ,,Y,,, -,,,Nz1i1r-y K1-miall
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l'Ul'1lHSFi To further uthlotim' avtiviiius for girls.
Fa!! Varz'efz'e.f Draws Fu!! Hoare
"Among the noted people here this eve-
ning we see Miss X coming down the aisle,
escorted by Mr. Y. She is wearing a stun-
ning blue dress with white accessories."
What is this? A Hollywood preview 'F
Well, no, not exactly, but it is the gala open-
ing of the Fall Varieties of 1940, and the
"Standing Room Onlyv sign was up in front
of the auditorium. As the house is finally
quieted, we hear the strains of Frank Cor-
bi's popular Varieties Orchestra coming from
behind the curtain. The house lights are
dimmed, the curtains open, and the produc-
tion is on.
Act One takes place in a large show house
where try-outs are being held for the Fall
Varieties. Curly Errol tBob Edwardsj as
director of the coming show is trying to di-
rect the traffic of talent which is jamming
the stage. He is being helped by George,
the dancing teacher tBob Cassidyb. Hachen-
schmidt, tBill Klinej, stage manager, Geof-
frey Chaser tHyde Stiresj, M. C. try-out,
"Scoop" Carson tDwight Freshleyb, pub-
licity manager, and "Flash" Foley tFrank
Hoilesj, news photographer, all add to thc
However, stars began to appear, not in
the sky, but in rhythm and dance. Beth and
Gay McMinn were oi to a flying start with
the "Goofus Dance" and were followed by
Tommy Flynn as "Tiny Astaire," Billy Pat
Leighton in "Rhythm Tap," and finally that
"Gay Paree Can Can Chorus". . . Bob Con-
rad, Bill Shrigley, Glenn Cobb, Russ Yoder,
Dick Alexander, and Franklin Smith.
Other special features were the "Dachs-
hund Doodlers," a corny German band com-
posed of Joe Bandy, Gil Van Derkar, Alex
Pataki, Bruce Reese, Jim Moushey, Dale
Templeton, Bill Egli, and Delmar Evans,
"Madam De le Mere," Ellen Stoffer, f'Septet
from Lochodoraf' the varsity football team
with George DeMuth as soloist, and "Smasl1e
News," Bachelor Clu,b's prize winning chapel
During intermission "A Few Words"
was given by Betty Terhune and Al Cohen
Act Two was the opening night of 'tFall
Varieties of 1940? There was never a dull
moment especially as the scene was started
by the Varieties Chorus of 13 girls . . . Nan-
cy Ailes, Nina Crumrine, Ellen Dailey, Eve-
lyn DeLion, Jane Eynon, Patsy Lewis, Pat
McFee, Sally Ann Moore, Joanne Reynolds,
Mary Roller, Marie Sullivan, Dorothy Var--
ner, and Virginia Waller.
Feature numbers were given by Ed Ma-
rini with his accordion, Dorothy Arnold and
Bertha Mae Bert in "Double Tap", Norma
Lutz and Carolyn Johns with a piano duet
of "Night and Day", Helen Galieti and Beth
McMinn, the "Swing Sisters", Pat Thomas
and Gene Rollins, guest stars, in "Rhum-
boogie" and "Siboney", Art Stuckey and
Bob Edwards as the "Sizzle Strings", Ross
Hilles, Bob White, and Russ Yoder as the
"Three Yehoodies", Dick Riley, Don Ad-
dams, John Boyd, and Pat McFee in a skit,
The faculty provided its laugh by the
"Hickory Hollow Hotshotsf' Byron Walker,
Sam Husat, E. E. Kidwell, James Wilhelm
with Ben Temple directing, and by "Mergen
and Bicarbonatej, played by Walter Webb
and James Gilmore.
This novel program was presented un-
der the supervision of Leland Whitacre and
was the biggest show ever staged in the
Afrzzialory Zoom Ykrozzgh Football Seaman
Last fall, for the first time in ten years,
the Aviator football season started without
Dr. George M. Wilcoxen as head coach. The
coaching job was ably taken over by Leon--
ard "Dutch" Hoppes, a former star of Alli-
ance High School and Mount Union College.
Coach Hoppes finished his first year
with a fine record, being beaten only by the
powerful Massillon Tigers and Canton Mc-
1 The iAviatqrs openqd the season by
defeating Minerva, 25-6, and could have run
up a much higher score, but Coach Hoppes
used his second and third stringers a good
part of the game. One touchdown was
scored by Dick McClure and two were made
by Chuck Gainor.
The Aviators then took care of Cleve-
land Central, 38-14, and Cleveland Univer-
sity School, 14-0. The touchdowns in the
Central game were scored by Joe Rogel,
Steve Luca, Chuck Gainor, and Jack Hahlen.
In the University encounter Gainor broke
away for a 65-yard Canter to score one
touchdown, and Dick Fritz caught a pass
from Gainor to score the other.
The Aviators met a snag and were held
to a 12-12 tie by Youngstown Ursuline. Luca
and Gainor broke away for long runs to
score Alliance's touchdowns.
Then came the game with the great
Massillon Tigers which was played in the
Akron Rubber Bowl. This was the first high
school game to be played in the newly built
stadium. A great crowd of 35,000 watched
the Aviators give the Tigers one of the
hardest battles of their football season be-
fore being beaten 40-0. Nick Stoica was
easily the outstanding player for the Aviat-
ors, for time after time he stopped the Tiger
backs by hard tackles.
The following week the Red and Blue
team took care of Cleveland John Hay by
the score of 12-0. Gainor scored one touch-
down, and Bud Howell, turning in a nice bit
of open field running, ran 60 yards for an-
The Aviators traveled to Canton to
battle the lVlcKinley Bulldogs and were beat-
en, 25-0. Nick Stoica again turned in a nice
job of tackling and frequently stopped the
backs who were on their way to touchdowns.
The Red and Blue team had a bad first half
but came back in the second half to drive
deep into Canton territory only to be stopped
before getting a touchdown.
The next week the Aviators traveled
to Barberton and beat the Magics, 9-0. Earl
Branfield caught a pass thrown by Chuck
Gainor for the only touchdown of the game.
Akron Central came to Alliance next
and was beaten, 14-0. Chuck Gainor scored
once for the Red and Blue on a well execut-
ed end run. Hard smashing fullback, Steve
Luca, scored on a plunge from inside the
tive-yard line for the other Aviator score.
The Aviators then took care of James-
town, N. Y. to the tune of 38-0. Incidentally,
the game was played in about four inches
of snow which covered the field. Nick Stoica
stepped in, intercepted a pass, and then
scampered G8 yards to score. Steve Luca,
the small but hard hitting fullback, scored
two touchdowns, one on a 70-yard jaunt.
Other touchdowns were scored by Virgil
"Red" Artino, Earl Branfield, and Dick Mc-
The Aviators closed their 1940 football
season by beating their old rivals from Sa-
lem, 34-0. The Quakers drove deep in the
Aviators' territory early in the first period
only to see Nick Stoica intercept a pass and
run 96 yards to score the first touchdown.
Dick McClure scored two touchdowns. Bud
Howell and Jack Hahlen scored the other
Red and Blue tallies.
Steve Luca, Chuck Gainor, George Dc
lVIuth, Robert Addison, Harry Weibush,
Louis Boschini, Nick Stoica, and Don Hole
played their last games for the Aviators
against Salem as they are seniors. Chuck
Gainor, the Red and Blue quarterback who
was chosen on a number of all-star teams
throughout the county and state, was the
leading scorer for the season with 7 touch-
downs and 6 points after touchdowns for 48
points. Steve Luca was next with 36 points.
The leading ground gainer was Chuck
Alliance Minerva 6
Alliance Cleveland Central 14
Alliance Cleveland University 0
Alliance Youngstown Ursuline 12
Alliance Massillon 40
Alliance Cleveland John Hay 0
Alliance Canton McKinley 25
Alliance Barberton 0
Alliance Akron Central 0
Alliance Jamestown, N. Y. 0
Alliance Salem 0
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The Alliance High freshmen gridders
enjoyed a good year, winning five out of
eight games. The losses came at the
hands of Riootstown and Augusta which
were varsity teams.
Wilson Stump, assisted by Dave Main-
waring, coached the Red and Blue yearlings.
Coach Stump expects Joe Igro to become a
good backfield man, as he broke away for
long touchdown runs throughout the season.
Two of his long runs were 80-yarders.
Outstanding boys on the line were Jim
Faulkner, John Codrea, Kenneth Dickey, and
Warren Hardy who are good sized boys, and
Charles Purdy who, although small, was a
tower of strength on the line.
Thomas McCartney, Thomas Babington,
and Igro were the outstanding backfield men.
One bright spot on the record was the
19-13 victory over Massillon Edmund Jones,
and another was an 80-0 victory over Bar-
The returning lettermen are Al Rinaldi,
Arthur Calladine, William Neketis, Leonard
Snodgrass, and Yaraldine Thomas.
Alliance 0 Rootstown Varsity 6
Alliance 19 Massillon Edmund Jones 13
Alliance 53 Canton Burns 0
Alliance 0 Rootstown Varsity 21
Alliance 80 Barberton 0
Alliance 18 Salem Jr. Varsity 7
Alliance 7 Augusta Varsity 32
Alliance 6 State Street 0
Total E-ef 79
The Alliance Aviators were guests of
the Young Men's Club on December 10, 1940
at the Women's Club at the sixth annual
football banquet sponsored by this group.
The Aviators had a real treat listening
to the main address given by Lynn Waldorf,
head football coach at Northwestern Uni-
versity, who gave a most interesting talk.
Other speakers on the program were Coach
Leonard Hoppes, Assistant Coach Lawrence
Gligor, and R. S. Coppock, chairman of the
After the dinner at the Woman's Club,
a program open to the public was held in the
Alliance High School auditorium. Coach
Waldorf gave a short talk and Coach Hoppes
introduced the lettermen who were given
their letters by Coach Waldorf. The letter-
men were Rob Addison, Alfonse Andreanni,
Mw Atbfefic Board
Another change in the athletic policy
of the high school this year has been the
creation of a live-man Athletic Board which
has complete supervision of all athletic ac-
tivities undertaken by the school.
Ralph S. Coppock is chairman of the
board and has charge of all athletic sched-
ules and contracts. Leonard "Dutch"
Hoppes, head football coach, and Philip
"Nip" Heim, head basketball coach. are
Virgil Artino, Earl Bard, Louis Roschini,
Earl Braniield, Carl Castiglione, George De
Muth, Richard Fritz, Charles Gainor, Jack,
Hahlen, Bud Howell, Frank Iannotti, Steve
Luca, Henry Mantho, Joe Rogel, Warren
Ruff, Nick Stoica, and Harry Wiebush.
Twelve of the lettermen will be back for
action next fall-Andreanni, Artino, Bard,
Braniield, Castiglione, Fritz, Hahlen, Howell,
Iannotti, Mantho, Rogel, and Ruff. Rogel
and lannotti were named co-captains of the
Five seniors received the coveted gold
footballs in recognition of their three years'
experience in varsity football and their earn-
ing two letters. The five boys were Bob Ad-
dison, Louis Boschini, Charles Gainor, Nick
Stoica, and Harry Wiebush.
members of the board. Fred Stuckey acts
as business manager, supervising ticket
sales, handling gate receipts, and paying the
bills. Principal B. E. Saffell is the tifth
member of the board.
Under the direction of these tive men
Alliance High School's athletic teams en-
joyed a good year and look forward to car-
rying on under the same policy in the fu-
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Toward the end of April last year the
local school board announced that it had ap-
pointed Philip K. Heim as head basketball
coach. "Nip," as he is now known to most
of us, is remembered by local fans as one of
the outstanding basketball players at Mount
Union. Heim came to Alliance after posting
hne records at Canal Fulton and Canton
Timken. While at Canal Fulton "Nip" turned
out a state championship class "B" quintet.
During the middle of November Coach
Heim called all the boys out for drills. After
several weeks of practice he narrowed his
team down to twelve players. For the next
two weeks Heim drilled his boys on a shift-
ing zone defense, and the opening game
found him with a fairly strong quintet.
At the forwards were two lanky six
footers in Charley Jenkins and "Occie" Gre-
cu on whom Heim pinned his offensive hopes.
Playing center was six foot four Tom Faulk-
ner who hails from Canada and never laid his
hands on a basketball until a year ago last
January. The two guard posts were ably
taken care of ,by Frank Iannotti and Bob
Addison who were also stars on the football
The rest of the squad was composed of
Bill Lutsch, Basil Skillern, George Gwinn,
Dick Fritz, Charley Gainor, Dick McClure,
and Joe Rogel. Of the twelve players, nine
saw action on last year's varsity team.
For the third consecutive year the
Aviators found its opening opposition fur--
nished by Erie Tech and easily drubbed the
Erie lads, 46 to 17. Following this game the
local boys made a journey to Jamestown
and were upset, 26 to 25, as Bregotti of
Jamestown sank a field goal in the closing
Sebring was the next game on the
schedule and the Aviators took them into
camp, 38 to 27, as Grecu rang up 15 points.
The next game with Steubenville was one
of the most exciting of the season as Alli-
ance nosed out the Big Red, 26 to 24. Bill
Lutsch proved the hero of the game as he
sank the bucket that spelled victory for Al-
The powerful Canton McKinley "Bull-
dogs," riding on the crest of six wins and
no defeats, invaded Memorial Hall for the
next game and Went oil' with a 49 to 39 vic-
tory. lVIcKinley grabbed an early lead and
was never headed, although Grecu poured
16 points through the hoop for the Aviators.
Following this bitter setback, the local
quintet returned to winning form and won
their next four starts. The victims were:
Salem, 44 to 32, Barberton, 27 to 24, Can-
ton Lehman 36 to 25, and Akron West 35 to
The Lehman contest marked the farewell
appearance of "Occie" Grecu and Bob Addi-
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Grecu, who also won a letter in baseball,
rang up 75 points in eight contests. Addi-
son, who was also a two year letterman in
football and baseball, made 25 points in the
same number of games.
The Akron West game was perhaps the
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Alliance finally won the game when Dick
Fritz threw in a sensational one hander from
The Aviators' attack was weakened
quite a bit through the loss of Grecu and
Addison and the local boys dropped their
five remaining starts. Heim seemed to find
difficulty in securing a winning combina-
tion due to the fact that the boys showed a
tendency to tire.
The five losses came from Lehman, 42
to 30, East Liverpool, 60 to 423 Massillon,
46 to 32, McKinley, 32 to 24, and New Phila-
delphia, 40 to 38. In all of these games the
local boys either blew early leads or were
forced to overcome tremendous disadvantag-
es. In these last live games Jenkins parted
the meshes for 66 points.
After the close of the regular season,
Coach Heim entered his team in the Youngs-
town Sectional Tournament. In previous
years the Aviators had always entered the
Akron tournament. Alliance found Hubbard
a pushover in the Hrst game and ousted
them, 42 to 23. Two nights later the Aviat-
ors, paced by Dick Fritz and Charley Jen-
kins, nosed out Salem, 35 to 32. Alliance
then advanced to the semi-finals but was
eliminated by a rangy Girard live, 37 to 35.
Charley Jenkins gathered several hon-
ors at the tournament as he was selected on
Including tournament games, the Aviat-
ors won nine games and were handed eight
setbacks. During the season Alliance made
594 points to their opponents' 568 points.
The Aviators outscored their opponents on
field goals, 230 to 218, and on free throws,
134 to 132. This all represents an offensive
average of 34.9 points per game and a de-
fensive average of 33.4 points per game.
Individual scoring honors were carried
off by Charley Jenkins who meshed 178
points in 17 games. He was followed by
Faulkner with 113 points and Fritz with 105
points. Jenkins also led in field goals with
83 while Faulkner carried off foul shooting
honors with 35.
Following the close of the season Coach
Heim awarded nine letters at a basketball
banquet. The awards were presented to
Grecu, Addison, Faulkner, Fritz, Iannotti,
Skillern, Jenkins, Lutsch, and Gainor.
Addison and Grecu also received gold
charms for having won two varsity letters
several all-tournament teams. and played three years of basketball.
The complete scoring record follows:
Player Goals Fouls Total
Jenkins ......,.,.....,................... 83 12 178
Faulkner ...,. ........ 3 9 35 113
Fritz ,....,., .,..,... 4 0 25 105
Grecu .,...,.. ....,... 2 6 23 75
Lutsch ....., ..,,,... 1 0 8 28
Iannotti ..... ....... 8 10 26
Addison ......, ........ 1 1 3 25
Skillern ....,.... ..... 6 9 21
Gainor .....,............ ..... 4 2 10
Whittingham ...... ..... 1 6 8
Geltz ....,.,.......... ..... 1 1 3
McClure ...,.... ........ 1 0 2
Total ,,,,.,,,,,, ....,.... 2 30 134 594
IW056 Have Successfuf Seayon
At the start of the 1940-41 freshmen
basketball season the coaching reins were
turned over to Wilson Stump, who is also
an assistant football coach. Starting from
scratch, Coach Stump built up a strong team
which hung up a record of nine wins and
Massillon schools proved most difficult
for the freshmen as they dropped four de-
cisions to Massillon teams, two each to Lorin
Andrews and Edmund Jones. The other two
defeats were registered by State Street.
Although Coach Stump had several
promising boys on the team, Calladine and
Chapman showed the most possibilities of
developing into great stars.
Calladine, with 47 field goal and 14 fouls
for 108 points, was the high point man on
the team. He was followed closely by Chap-
man with 45 goals and 15 fouls for 105
points. Other high scorers were Brady
with 70 points, Pipero with 51 points, and
Mayer with 37 points.
At the end of the season numerals were
awarded to the following players: Calladine,
Brady, McCartney, Chapman, Mainwaring,
Sackett, Mayer, Sudeck, Rinaldi, and Pipero.
Two Rzzrfzeys Mari Ifzfmmumf Basebafl
With many close games and a neck and
neck finish, the intramural basketball
son covered two months of competition and
was an outstanding success. A total of six-
teen teams played in the tournament provid-
ing recreation for close to two hundred boys.
The season closed with the Booker T.
Washington and Bachelor quintets leading
one bracket and the Unknowns and Merid-
ians pacing the other bracket. In the semi-
finals the Bachelors nosed out the Booker
T's as Riley sank a field goal in the final
thirty seconds. In the other semi-final clash
the Unknowns edged out the Meridians.
The finals were then played between
the Bachelors and Unknowns. The Bache-
lors, after falling behind in the opening min-
utes, staged a whirlwind rally in the last
half and won going away. By winning the
intramural crown the Bachelor Club sup-
planted the Bonte Club as champions.
Following the close of the season, Ray
Reighart, the intramural director, announced
the second annual all-high basketball tour-
nament. Nineteen teams entered and games
were played in the high school gym.
The final between the Unknowns and
Heimls Quintuplets was the most exciting
game of the season. The entire game was
nip and tuck. In the last two minutes Paul
Whittingham sank three quick undershots
and won the game for the Unknowns, 19
After the tournament closed Ray Reig-
hart selected an all-star team composed of
Paul Whittingham and Earl Branfield at
the forwards, Charley Jenkins at center, and
Tom Faulkner and Dick Fritz at the guards.
Wteran Bayebafl Sgzmff Reizzrm
Coach Noyes McVay started baseball
practice on April 1 and found a wealth of
material on hand. A break in the weather
came, and by the second week of April the
squad was moved outdoors for regular prac-
All the 1940 lettermen returned with
the exception of Danny Shea who graduated.
The returning lettermen were: Earl Bran-
field and Ray Bowers, pitchers, LaVerne
Berger and Paul Whittingham, catchers,
Charles Hoag, Merle Crowl, Guy Slusser, and
Dale McBane, infieldersg Al Whittingham,
Joe Rogel, Neil Barnes, and Eugene Comp-
ton, outfielders. Cther promising players
on the team were Tom Faulkner, and James
Hobbins, pitchers, and "Red" Artino, an in-
Practically this same team rang up a
record of eleven wins and but four defeats
last year. The Red and Blue nine hung up
victories over such formidable foes as Can-
ton McKinley, Warren, Canton Township,
Youngstown Chaney, and East Liverpool.
This team also chalked up several rec-
ords in that it became the first Alliance base-
ball team to defeat Canton McKinley and
that by the score of 2 to 0. It was also the
first Aviator team to go undefeated on their
home grounds and the first team to reach
the finals in the district tournament.
At the close of the 1940 season Coach
McVay made two special awards, one to the
outstanding offensive player and one to the
outstanding pitcher. The former went to
Dale McBane and the latter to Earl Branfield.
Azozoforf Introduce Tract in
Fifty inexperienced but ambitious boys
greeted Coach Leonard "Dutch', Hoppes
when tryouts for track were called. Hoppes
decided to abandon spring football this year
and substitute track for it. Track had been
absent from the local sports curriculum for
Because there wasn't a single expe-
rienced track or field event contestant on
the squad, the outlook for the Aviators was
rather dark. However, Hoppes hoped to lay
a foundation for some strong future cinder
The Aviators made their debut in com-
petition by entertaining Sebring in a dual
meet at Mount Union Stadium. Following
this the local thin-clads entered the Salem
night relays. Jesse Owen, famous Olympic
champion, ran several exhibition races dur-
ing the meet.
The rest of the schedule was made up
of dual meets with Boardman, Poland, and
Louisville. The squad also entered the Stark
County meet at Canton and the Northeast-
ern Ohio district meet.
Two Voterom Roiurfz to Ykmzis Sonor!
The 1941 tennis season found Coach
William Gross having but two returning let-
termen, Bill Haymaker and Hyde Stires.
However, he had on hand several promising
prospects in Bob Edwards, Frank Shreve,
Bill Bowers, and Herman Carr.
Despite the lack of experienced men, the
prospects were much better than last year
when the squad split even in eight matches.
The schedule which was arranged in-
cluded three schools which were met last
year, Salem, Sebring, and Kent Roosevelt.
Coach Gross also arranged matches with
Canton Lehman and Minerva. All matches
were played on the home and home plan.
Coooo Troim New Gof Squad
With the loss of five lettermen by grad-
uation, Coach Ray Reighart was forced to
build an entirely new golf squad this spring.
Last year's team was the best turned out
so far by Reighart. The quartet of Nick Al-
bu, Henry Rampelt, Ed Wonner, and Bill
Carli finished third in the state tournament
at Columbus last year.
This year's squad is headed by Ermes
Candusso, a very promising junior. Other
members of the team are Jack Dawson,
George Irwin, Harry Geltz, Walter Harvek,
and Joe Zapolsky. Zapolsky is a freshman
and all the others are sophomores.
Home and home matches have been ar-
ranged with Canton McKinley, Canton Tim-
ken, Canton St. John, Sebring, Salem, and
Massillon. All home matches are played on
the Sleepy Hollow Course.
Athletic Board ....
Bachelor Club ....
Blue Domillo Club ....
Bonte ,Club ...............
Booster Club ,....,,,
Caducean Club ....
Camera Club .,....
Chronicle Staff ,..,..
Fall Varieties ......
Fine Arts Club ....
Football ..........,.................................... .......
Forum Club ....................................,...., .....
Freshlllan-Sophonlore Girl Reserves
G. A. C. ..........,,................ -. .......,..........
German Club ...............................v,..... .....
Glee Club, Boys' ..
Glee Club, Girls' ..
Hi-Y Council .................,7...
Home Economics Club ,....
January graduates .......,.,
January history .....,....
January honor roll ....
January officers .......
January patroness ......
January play ........,.,
January prom .........
January will ,....,....
June graduates ....
June history .,...,
Jlllle honor roll ....
June officers ......
Julie patroness ....
Jlllle play ............
June prom .....,.
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Julle wil ...........,........,.,,.....
Jullior Police ........ .. ...,....
Junior Red Cross Coullcil .....
Junior-Senior Girl Reserves .....,
Latln Club ........................,......
Le Cenacle ......,............,........
Library Club ..,....,........
Meridian Club .................
National Honor Society ....
National Thespians .....,...
Pfouts Hi-Y ..........
Psychology Club ..,.
Quill and Scroll ....
Red and Blue ....
Stamp Club ......,
Test Tube Club ..
Travel Club ..,,....
Tri-Arts Club ......
Tri-L Club .,.....
NVillianls Hi-Y ....
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