Amherst Regional High School - Goldbug Yearbook (Amherst, MA)
- Class of 1922
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Text from Pages 1 - 64 of the 1922 volume:
Uhr Qinlh Mug
Smiziv li. Allen
Zin gratefull rrrngnitinn uf her quits Ingalig in A. I-I. 57,
aah hm' frirnhlgu, eifrrivni guihunrv, fnunil
almagn at the zrruire uf hm' pnpilz
thin cgnlh Eng ia Pifreriinnaivlg
Amhrrzt Qigh Srhnnl
SAISIE E. ALLEN
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5. 3-Xmhvrnt High Srhnnl
After the change of administra-
tion in the year of 1919, the work of
the High School was continued most
successfully under the eflicient leader-
ship of Mr. Jason O. Cook, principal,
and Mr. Brown, assistant principal.
When Mr. Cook, in the middle
of the school year, 1920, was promoted
to the ollice of Superintendent of the
Amherst Schools, Mr. Brown was
given the entire responsibility of the
principalship. The high scholastic
standard and examination system,
of which Mr. Cook was the promoter,
Mr. Brown has maintained, ranking
our school among the best of secon-
WILLIAM H. BROWN
JASON o. cook
dary schools. Despite his numerous
duties, lV1r. Brown has endeavored to
come into an intimate contact with
the individual, and has always shown
a keen interest in the work of each
During the past year, a system of
Student, Government has been in-
troduced, which gives indications of
proving most successful.
We feel confident that the under-
classmen will receive the same stim-
ulus for high effort and earnest en-
deavor, that lNlr. Brown has given us
in the past year.
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William H. Brown ...., .,,..., ...... ,.....,. .,...... P rincipal, Geometry, Geology
Isabel Field Con leave of absencej ,.v.e.. ..,..e..,,....... . ...Hirtory, English
Alice W. Churchill ,....,e.,,,,.,i ,,,,,., ie,,.,,..,...,.,....,,.....,...,. F r ench,iGerman
Walter E. Fairman ..,.e.....,.e, ,......, H eacl of Commercial Department
May F. Grady Cresignedj iM,,,,. ..,,...,..,.,..,....e,,.... . .....,,..,,,....,.. F rench
George E. Williams ,,..,..,ie .e,...,..,,,, . ,,,.. P hysical Education
Saisie E. Allen .,......
Nelene G. Gettell ..,.i,...,
Elizabeth M. Good .... .
Ruth E. Morse .i...,.oer
Edith L. Pinnick ,... ..
Florence M. Reed.. .
Scott M. Buchanan ...,..
Miriam T. Buchanan
Richard W. Hatch-..
Grace B. Holton...
William Short .... ..
Alfred L. Tower ,...,,. .
Virginia L. Truslovv..
Mildred S. Davis .,....
Ruth E. Henry ,..,,,,.,
P. Henry Shea ..,...
Gladys M. Glazier...
..--....Heacl of Hiftory Department'
........Heacl of Englifh Department
......-Drazoing, Manual Training, Printing
....... .......... . .- ....... ................... M athematics
Qresignedj ........ . .. ..... Biology, General Science, Algebra
-......Heaal of Glaffical Department
Heacl of Science Department
............. ................... D omeftic Science
.........Biology, General Science, Algebra
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Bufirterf Manager Statifttcal Editor
Leo Novick Florence Giles
Advfrtiring Zlfanager Athletic Editor
Elizabeth Farley GeorgeKenney
Profiting by the experience of the Class of 1921, plans for the Gold Bug were
formed early in the year. The entire literary committee Worked faithfully in pre-
paring the material. The class Will Was Written by Adelaine Atherton and Margaret
Honney, and Dorothy Keyes Wrote the account of the Junior Play. As statistical
editor, Florence Giles put in a great deal of hard Work.
Much has been done in an effort to make the price lower than that of last
year. For that purpose have been used the proceeds of the Senior-Faculty basket-
ball game. A most original and unusual social was held the third week of May,
which enormously increased our funds.
There have been many delays. One of the supervisors fell down stairs, and
was unable to have her picture taken, and a boy lost his write-up in his mathe-
matics book. g
The staff sincerely hopes that this book, though faulty, will be pleasing to
the class as a reminder of four happy years of toil. V P
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Amhrrat I-Iigh Sfrlynnl
Kutchitz, Russia, March 13, 1904
Class Basketball Q41
Junior Play Committee Q31
Junior Play Cast Q31
Pro 1Werito Q31
Secretary-Treasurer Science Club
Class President Q41
Student Council Q41
Chairman Social Committee Q41
Chief Editor Graphic Q41
Future, M. A. C.
H Toiling, rejoicivig, forrcwing.
Onward through life he g0e.f."-Longffllofw.
ELINORE MAY ELDRIDGE
Brattleboro, Vermont, lV1ay 15,
Social Committee Q41
CLAR ENCE HOWARD PARSONS
North Amherst, 1904
Class President Q11 Q31
Class Vice-President Q41
Student Council Q41
Prize Speaking Q31
Future, M. A. C.
"M'ag1Lijiceht fpfctaclf of human happi1zerJ."
Junior Play Committee Q31 Junior Play Cast Q31
Library Committee Q31
Secretary Student Council Q41
Senior Reception Committee Q31
Class Secretary and Treasurer Q41
Assistant Editor of Graphic Q41
Graduation Committee Q41
Pro lVlerito Q31
Chairman Dramatics Club Q31
Future, Smith College
"Dux ffmihcz fartif- Virgilh' flmzfid.
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Amherst, Mass., june 16, 19011
Pro Merito C35
Gold Bug Stall CLD
Shakespeare Club Cflj
Graphic Board C41
Future, Smith College
"Thou living my of iiztffllfctual jim."-Falrrnzrz
JOHN HENRY BIAS
Amherst, lXflass., December 26, 1902
Class Basketball CU Q21 13D C-D
Nlusical Club Q45
"Hi: only labor war to kill the tz'n1e.',-Tll0mPf0n
Amlpzrnr 'High 55-vrhnnl
MILDRED ANN BRAY
Granby, Mass., March 3, 1904
"A gmtle, harmleff maid."
MILDRED ESTHER BROWN
Plainville, Mass., June 17, 1904
Dramatics Club C45
Class Social Committee C11
Future, North Adams Normal School
"Of mannerf, of ajecliovzf mildf'-Pope.
MARGUERITE ZEINER BROWN
Amherst, Mass., August 4, 1903
Treasurer of Orchestra C25
Future, North Adams Normal School
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MAB EL JANE CLARK
Sunderland, Mass., June 21, 1903
Dramatics Club C41
"I am fearfully and w011dmj'ully 'l7ldL21l'.,,
MABEL FRANCES ELLIS
Charlernont, Blass., July 26, 1903
"Say not llzai flu' did wr!! or illf'
Unly, "She dia' her Zami."-f1Iul0rk.
Amlierzt High Svrhnnl
Lynn, Mass., July 24, 1903
Secretary Girls, Club C11
Vice President Girls, Club C35
President Girls' Club Q4D
Business Manager junior Play C3D
Chairman Library Committee CSD
Member Student Council Q41
Advertising Manager Gold Bug
Dramatics Club Q4j
Future, NI. A. C.
'CFO1' if ,the will, Jhe will, you nz
And ifflze won'Z, fhe won't, Jo ZlLere'f an encl on't',.
CFro1n the pillar in the Dane john
ay depend onit-
Melrose, Mass., April 7, 1906
Glee Club C35 C41
Treasurer Girls' Club QZD '
Junior Play Cast
Graphic Staff 14D
Prize Speaking C42
Senior Reception Committee C31
Chairman Dramatics Club C45
Class Social Committee CU CQD C4D
Future, Middlebury College
"Some Zlzlnk it wrong lo fel llze feet a-dancing
But no! Jo Il
Some lllinlc lhal eyef flzoulcl leeep fro
Bu! nol fo Il'7-Oxenforzl.
Amherst, Mass., March 24, 1903
" Happy am I,f1'01n care I'1n free!
Why ezrenlt they all contented like ine?
nz coyly glanelngl..
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VIOLA AMELIA GAHAN
Divide, Col., May 21, 1903
Drarnatics Club C45
Debating Club C45
Shakespeare Club C45
Worcester Classical High
"God bleu thy Zungf, kind lady."-Shaleefpeare
l"I,ORIiNCIfI GREENWGOD GILES
Boston, Mass., February 18, 1903 '
Class Secretary and Treas
Graphic Board C45
Ciultl Bug Stall.
lfulurc. Wheaton College
"f'1':'f' n1in11le.f.' I have
all my Iliff fuzzy."
u rer C25
been ,fue minutef too late
SADIE EVA GINSBURG
Slonirn, Russia, December 29, 1904
Girls' Basketball C15 C25
Prize Speaking C35 C45
Graphic Editor C45
Pro Nlerito C35
President of Orchestra C45
Glee Club C45
Future, Smith College
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Shakespeare Club C45 l
Amherat I-Iigh Svrhnnl
Amherst, Mass., September 14, 1903
Glee Club C25 C35
Reception Committee C3D
Graduation Committee C4D
Executive Committee C41
Library Committee CSD
Dramatics Club C4j
Social Committee C45
C H The mirror of all courtffy."-Shakexpeare.
Winslow, Maine, March 2, 1903
Junior Play C3j Y
Prize Speaking C41
Graduation Committee C4j
"Love ir a bmufiful dre'am."-lV1'll1'am Sharp.
MARGARET THERESA HONNEY
Amherst, Mass., February 10, 1904
Pro Merito C35 -
Gold Bug Staff C41
Future, OH'lCC Worli
Sludiouf of fare a11cl'f011d of humble Zhi1zgf."
Ellyn Gnlh Bing
VIRGINIA MAY KEEFE
Amherst, Mass, July 24, 1904
Debating Club C41
Shakespeare Club C45
Dramatics Club C4j
Graphic Board C41
"Often faltering feet
Come .fureft to the g0al.',- Van Dyke.
I,IiSI,I Pl MARIE KELLY
.-Xmhcrst, Xlz1ss.,july 17, 1904
Orclieslra CID C21
Slxzikcspcnre Club C4j
Ulce Club liij MJ
l'iUlllTC, lfrzimingliam Normal
sity Teachers' College.
"She ,fflllll-r'.V nzuffe, I opine
:Ind nlllrr lIl5',f1F!'I.t',f dz':'z'1ze.'
and Boston Univer-
GEORGE SHAW KENNEY
Class Basketball 13D C41
h4anager Football C4j
President Athletic Association C45
Student Council Q4D
Graduation Committee C4j
Gold Bug Stall C4D
Milly life if one dem'd horrid gri1zd."-D1'Ckf?U
Shakespeare Club Q4j l
2-Xmhnrat High Svrhnnl
DOROTHY ICILDA KEYES
Upper Port La Tour,
uary 29, 1905
Pro Merito C35
Gold Bug Staff 'C4D
Girls' Basketball C35
Shakespeare Club C4j
Future, Business College
" Her mode!! lookf the rottage might adorn
Swami df the primrofe pfzpf bmzarlz zfhf' tlzornf'
Nova Scotia, Canada, jan-
Mount Vernon, N. Y., May 2, 1903
Mandoline Club C45
Shakespeare Club C41
" Her very quaintmffy clzarmf the fyfn.
BESSIE KIMBALL LEVIN
Springfield, Mass., December 1, 1904
Prize Speaking Q4D
"Bid me dircourfg, I will enchant thing ear
Amhvrzt High Svrhnnl
RUTH BARBARA MORIARTY
Westlield, Mass., June 28, 1903
Head Usher Junior Play C35
"And .vo :he never worried
Nor .vat up late Z0 cram,
Nor wax ,the ever flurried
But .the paffeal in her exam."
DORIS OLNEY SMITH
Elizabeth, New Jersey, 1902
"Speach if greatj but Jilerzee if greater."
HARRIET ROBINSON PORTER
Northampton, August 2, 1903
Class Secretary and Treasurer
Graphic Board C25
Junior Play Committee C3j
Pro Merito' CSD
Class Vice-President C31
'Uiffrierzal to all the world."
Ellie CEHIII ifiug
MARION SPAULDI NG
Amherst, April 2, 1904
Dramatics Club C47
Graduation Committee CLD
"Il if good
To lL'7Zg2fhK7Z to tho loft a funny mood."-Lowell
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l5LlZABl.'1'l'H XV. TRUESDELL
XVcndell, Nlass., February 5, 1904
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RUTH HOWLAND TRUESDELL
Wendell, Mass., February 15, 1905
Editor-in-Chief Gold Bug
Student Council GD
Future, Wheaton College, Illinois
" ' Tir good will molar: i11tflligfnce.''-Emerron
FLORENCE EDITH WAGNET
Adams, Mass.,'April 3, 1904
Junior Play Cast C3D
Dramatics Club C35 CLD
Shakespeare Club C49
Future, North Adams Normal, Bridgewater Normal
for P. Education
"Bu: olz, ,rho dancer Juclz a way!
No Jun upon an Ellilff Day
IJ half ro jing' zz rL'glLl.H-Slzakwpmrf.
JOH N TULENKO
Bayonne, New Jersey, June 14, 1904
Varsity Football CSD
Class Football C41
Future, Columbia University
"Comb down hir hairy look, loole! it ftamlf upright
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FRANCES ALMIRA WARNER
Holyoke, Uctober 5, 1902
Glee Club C35 C41
Junior Play Q35
Future, Crane Normal Institute of Music, Potsdam
"Bright gem, imtinct with mufic, vocal Jparkf'
14 x A, xx ll.X
.-N. ,Xpril san. mm
l fr'tItfIl?.Q mmflzuf, rzlrunyf wound up and going."
GRACE li. WHIPPLE
,'XI'l1llCI'St, Klay 12, 1902
Mistress of Ylfardrobe Uunior Playj
Future, North Adams Normal
"For .rurfly fllfjlaff' Jinccrrft
H710 arf .vlrongly arfrd on by wha! if 1zfarf,rI."
HELEN ANDERSON WHITE
Amherst, December 10, 1903
Treasurer and Secretary C31
Property Manager Q35
Play Committee C35
Library Committee C35
Reporter for Graphic CLD
Shakespeare Club CLD
Future, Middlebury College
'Uilbove' our Ziff we love a
4 LYLE COURTLANDT WITT
Dana, Mass., April 18, 1904
Social Committee CID
Junior Play Cast CSD
Basketball Manager C45
Athletic Council C45
Student Council QD
Debating Society QD
Head Cheer Leader QLD
Class Basketball C25 C35 C41
Track Team C20
"Who dow not love wine, women, and Jong,
Rfmaim a fool hir whole life long."
Amherst llligh Srhnnl
Mort Popular Girl .,.. ..,, ,
Mort Popular Boy ....
Bert All-Round Girl ........ ..
Bert All-Round Boy ..i.,... .
Bert Looking Girl .......,..
Bert Looking Boy ....
Mort Brilliant Girl.-
Mort Brilliant Boy ..,,..,.
M ufician .....,...
E oi..... Eleanor Frost
-. .-i-..Clarence Parsons
A ...o... George Kenney
Amhrrat Fliigh Svrhnnl
As We realized our future need of
of getting them, and challenged the Faculty to a basketball game. This caused
great excitement and a large attendance even attract'
, ing some of the alumni.
The Faculty Won by a close score, but the Seniors received the money.
The Senior Dance Was also a financial success, besides being adgala night.
During this year student government was inaugurated, and the school now has
a student council consisting of the officers of the four classes, editors of the Gold
Bug and Graphic, respectively, President of the Girls' Club, and managers and cap-
tains of the athletic teams.
Three seniors have put life into the Graphic, and Bessie Levin and Addievilla
Jewett have had thier names inscribed on the Millet Cup, as prize speakers.
Members of '22 are at the head of Dramatics Club, Glee Club, and Girls'
Club, and We are Well represented in Shakespeare Club, Orchestra, and Debating
Society, three of the most valuable extra activities. .
The stirring school song, which proclaims the spirit of Amherst High, was
Written by three girls of '22,
But now, tho in this Gold Bug, the history of '22 is nearing an end, in reality
its history is only beginning, for the lives and accomplishments of every member
of '22 shall add to its glory.
funds, We decided upon an original method
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VVhile wandering once through forest green
I chanced upon a prophet,
VVho told a strange and wondrous tale,
Though l've no doubt you'll scoff it.
YVe sat beneath a rocky cliff
Like oracles of old.
I questioned him about my friends,
This is the tale he told.
"Upon the sign boards everywhere,
Throughout this fertile valley
Are advertised the dancing pair,
Blithe Atherton and Alley.
To aid their lightly tripping feet,
And soften angles sharp,
Qur Leo breathes sweet melodies
Upon his native harp.
lXfliss hfloody, a police girl now,
Rules traffic on the corner.
She's pulled in 'Tlasolene Truesdellw
l"or speeding with lXliss Warner.
Two Xlillianis men, North Adams found,
Where were the sweet Brown cousins,
The Normal now is minus two,
lint the girls are raising dozens.
Amhvrai Fliigh Svrhnnl
Florence Wagnet has become
A star, led by Lucille.
These charming two do grace the screen
In movies of one reel.
Two studious girls to college Went
Leslie and Vi Gahan.
One got a Dizzy spell at Smith,
The other got a man.
A school for etiquette in town
ls run by Bess and Sadie,
Where Clarence Parson's daughter goes
To learn to be a lady.
Ruth hloriarty, and hflable Clark
Have stunned the fashion world,
With captivating gay coiflures,
Tres neat though beaucoup curled.
Helen Fleury and Doris Smith
Together with Dorothy Keyes,
llaye manufactured perfumed rouge
Gay debutantes to please.
And last of all, the financiers
Alice, Klabel and hlargaret I-lonney,
Are playing tips in Belchertown
And filling banks with moneyf,
just as the prophet closed his tale,
lcle smiled, "lYell as for you,
'Tis glory enough to have been one
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LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT or THE CLASS or 1922
D ll ' the clods of earth Strike upon the cofhn wherein reposes the corpse of f
thc lvtst four years of educational agony and with avid haste the sobered Juniors,
l l S -rin f So homores and hysterically Weeping Freshmen turn from the grave to
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attend the reading of the last will and testament of the class of 1922. L
With whole-hearted affection We endow, give and bequeath to the Junior .. L,
Class our unrivaled splendor, high scholastic Standing, fine sportsmanship and deep
ztusterity. May the example which We have set for them continue to be the guiding
star of their lives.
lt is with genuine feeling that the girls of the class of 1922 leave to the unior -
girls our masculine element in order that they may never feel a Want like unto ours
'l'he Senior Graphic editors bequeath to their successors the Discard Box of
the present Graphic by which they may be aided in carrying on the Work thus far
so nobly advanced.
As a last refuge in speedy times the Senior girls leave to their successors the
Cloak Room of Room Nine.
We endow the future inhabitants of Room Nine with the large dictionary so
that there will not be too great a demand for the one in the library
l lilizztheth l7arley's height to Miss Holton that she may more highly appreciate
high chair to hir. Buchanan that he need no longer sit on his desk
H linllll' xlllflllj' s surplus weight to hdildred Mcliimmie that she may satisfy
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I ll.ut'ille Xlartin's appetite to Ruth Fairrnan that she may gain Weight to ball
.Ntltlit-villzt -lewett's "frat" pin to Katherine Smith to pin her down
ll' Fll V111 s mind to the high school atmosphere that it may never beco
S t rt.
:Jl::1"g'ltiifggltitfqllillilElllrlefs, to Qliye Owen that she may achieve frivoluity.
M H html bcqilcgl WC 7. ,aura Fish that she may strike a happy medium
xtruwlcd M hvmicmv WNSLIN ond farewell to each of the dear teachers who
1 , us in the battle of the past four years
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lt is with a feeling of pride and gratification that the Class of 1922 looks back
upon its third year to the production of the Junior Play, "A Rose o' Plymouth
Town" by Beulah hilarie Dix and Dorothy Sutherland.
With lX'Ir. Richards as coach, and an enthusiastic and determined cast, the play
was predestined to be a success.
There was Eleanor Frost who played the clever role of Rose de la Noye, the
charming, petite French girl, who by her lovable ways and mischievous wiles cap-
tivated the' heart of Garrett Foster Cplayed by -lohn Soldinil, a daring, devil-may-
care English chap of sterling qualities. His conquest of Rosels affections sorely
vexed John hlargeson, the stolid, renowned braggart of Plymouth Qplayed by
Sidney Wauglij. There, too, was Florence Wagnet as Miriam Chillingsly, the
young English cousin, whose apparent affection for John Margeson wrought havoc
with the heart of Phillips, Roseis irrepressible brother Cplayed by Lyle Wittj.
l eo Novick distinguished himself as Captain Miles Standish, with Elinore Eldridge
as Barbara, his serene, cornely wife. To Frances VVarner is attributed a distinctly
finished portrayal of Aunt Resolute Story, a garrulous old maiden aunt, whose
unceasing search 'for a new sensation had brought her to Plymouth.
All the shivers behind the scenes were changed to warm thrills at the first
ringing up of the curtain. The audience was enthusiastic in its approval of the
Stage cralt, which had been left to the skill of Miss Morse, and the management of
George Kenney, Stage Manager, ltilizabeth Farley, Business hflanagerg Helen White,
PfOpCrtiy lVlanagerg and as the actors appeared, each one received a hearty ovation-
The cast reported that there were many humorous touches to the rehearsals,
such as Garrett in the throes ol his lirst sneeze, or lXfliriam's attempts at hysterical
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afternoons of preparation were kept from being tedious
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Efiirjiiwnigt CO-operation of each individual and the able coaching of Mr. Richards.
' lifx ROW of plymouth Town" Will longfbe remembered by all who saw and
h d it 35 gi play far surpassing the usual amateur effort, in a splendid picturiza-
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tim, of those long departed days when our forefathers made their great struggle
for life and home in the new A1T1CfiC3-
Dorothy I. Keyex
This year, instead of having the Dramatics Club a section of the Girls' Club,
we have formed a High School Dramatics Club which includes the boys. At
first about fifty persons joined. Then, in Cctober, the club gave a masquerade in
the Assembly Hall which was enjoyed by so many that our membership immediately
lfntil April there had been no regular meetings of the Club, but at a meeting
held for that purpose, it was decided that the dues be ten cents a month and that
meetings be held every second Wednesday throughout the school year, at which
there would be readings and recitations.
The Club has financed the production of the scenes from "Merchant of Venicev,
given on Shakespeare's birthday, and a "strong-arm squad" was organized for carry-
ing furniture to complete the scenery.
Two plays, "Three Pills in a Bottlew, and "TWO Cooks and a Ladyn, on Which
the Dramaties Club are now Working will be given before school closes.
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The Amherst lligh Seliool Clirls' Club began the year with great enthusiasm.
The following ofheers were eleeteel:
l,l'z',l'I.fjr'l!f, lflizztbeth harley,
l'1'rt'-l'n:r liljfllf, ltrztnees Thompson,
Y'n'r1,r1m'r, hlztutl Xlztrsltztll,
Sf't'1'rla1't'. lllorenee Sears.
The Club nuts tlivitlt-tl into lour seetions: the Glee Club, Dramaties Club,
Camera Club. ztntl liusltetlvull Club. l'line musie was furnished at many ol the high
school gutlit-rings lit' the Cllee Club. The Drzitnztties Club, including any of the
boys interestetl, hats sturtetl two plays wltielt give promise of great success.
Un l'iCl3I'llllI'l' twenty -liourtlt, the ztnnuztl Ciirls' CNlL1bTDZ1I1CC,tl1C greatest feature
ol the yt-ur, wus heltl in the lligh Seliotil .Xutlitorium. About lifty couples attended
:intl musie nuts lnrnislietl by XXltmt1tlwt1t'lltiSOl'CllCSlI'1lOlTXl.A. C.
The .ftnilit-rst Qmllegt- cilllllllwllllll wats obtztinetl on Frielzly, hlareh thirty-
lirst. Xlztny girls txtint- :intl stiewt-tlt-tl in liztving at "rolliel4ing', good UIUC- Later
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iittlic-vt-z1i'zi l':trt-nts Xielit is iilgtnnt-tl.
'l'lit- ptrrpose ol the tiirls' Club the estublisliment of good fellowship amon
tht- girls line, lit-t-it uit-ll tttitit-tl out.
Anihvrnt 1-Iigh Svrhnnl
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The Girls' Glee Club was organized in September with twenty-two members,
under the competent leadership of lXliss Grady. hlusic was given three times dur-
ing the winter: at the Prize Speaking Contest, and at two of our assemblies. Since
the resignation of hliss Grady in the spring, only one meeting has been held and
interest in the Club has greatly decreased. It is hoped that next year there may
be a large School Glee Club, under the leadership of Mr. Short, which will include
both boys and girls. '
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Under the direction ol' lXliss Blanche Samuels, the Amherst High Scho 1
Crchestra was organized on October 13,1921. Tl f ll ' O.
16 o owing oflicers were elected
Pzwidfffzf, Sadie Ginsburg, ,22,
lfifl'-1JI'L'.S'ZiC2l6'7lI', Russell Spear, ,21,
Sfcfwiarbv- TI'f'CZ.Ylll'6'I', Ruth Strong, 722,
Lzibrarziazz, ljleanor Frost, '22,
Rehearsals were held every Thursday, and the Work progressed Well.
The Orchestra played for the following:
Health Lecture for Children at College Hall,
Parent-'I'eacher Association Xleeting,
The Klillett Prize-Speaking Contest,
The George lYashing1on program in Assembly, I
Junior Play at Colle fe lelall. 2 '
Many Amherst people have commented on the great success of the High
School Orchestra this year.
Elite CEn1h Eng
In the fall, the Sophomores in Geometry, organized a mathematics, club of
twelve members who met at one anothers homes every two Weeks. The fol-
lowing members were elected:
Prefidenz, Evelyn Mummery,
Vice-Preficient, Mary Green,
Secretary and Trearurer, Grace Weiler.
'l'heir motto was: "Qu'on n'enter pas ici qui pense qulil sait la mathematiquesf'
New members were admitted by proving the ccPons Arsinorumv.
Astronomy was the first subject taken up, and interesting talks and experi-
ments were given by the various members, and discussions were conducted by Mr.
Alter Astronomy was studied to some extent, Graphs and Statistics were
explained. Klr. Buchanan gave some very interesting talks and diagrams on the
Clrnplis of the Tropical, temperate and torrid zones.
'l'he work of the Club, while not diflicult, was stimulating, and it is hoped the
wining classes will place it among their outside activities next year.
v llnring the winter months, the members of the Wireless Club met each week
on luestlay and Tlmrsday at one-thirty, to discuss the theory of radio, and to
flulll' the types and the construction of receiving apparatus. Many of the meet-
ings were' tlevoletl to the construction of individual and school sets.
hm Ptlzuiniiigf to.build for the school, a receiving set in three units,
wha-H in -w T7 .Imp llCZ1t1OI'l. .The Club IS now. adjourned until September,
I 'l '- Ul Ullll lllflt more pupils will have sets in operat.1on, and that night
""""WS mill' he held at the homes of the members.
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On Friday evening, Nlarch 17th, the ei
ght contestants in the annual '
speaking contest sat in a circle on the platform of the Auditorium breathlpriie
,Waiting their turn to speak. lVlany friends and townspeople had gathered toelss Y
speaking, with selections by the Glee Club.
them. The orchestra, also, was there and at 8 o'clock began the pro ra '
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playmg of Il Trovatore. After that came the main part of thegprorgdalih ilrii
Because each speaker spoke in so interesting a way and was whol h d
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frying to do his best, the audience wished that everyone might receivg the honor
since it seemed that each deserved it. But that could not be. The judges Prini
cipal James P. Reed and bliss Ellen R. Callahan of Hopkins Academy arid My
WV. G. Hennessy of Northampton High School, awarded first honor to Bessie Kim!
ball Levin, and second to Addievilla Jewett.
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Maud Alice hlarshall
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Bessie Kimball Levin
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Thc Gipsy Trail lllmrtls by Rudyard Kip
Order for a l'icturc
Ruth llinilrcd Graham
Pica for thc l'rost-ciilioim in the llaywood Trial
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Music by Tod Galloway
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The prospect of reviving the Graphic, after a ea f
u Y F O non-existence, was jig-
cussed at a meet1ng called for those among the student body who held offices
During one of the assemblies the matter was lac d b i
. n P 6 efore the school and was
received Wlth enthusiasm. A temporary staff of Juniors a d S '
n D H CHIOFS was chosen
and they prepared the first ISSUC for publication.
Meanwhile, members of both the senior and junior classes solicited subscrip-
tions and advertisements. hlost efficiently was the Work done, over half the sub-
scriptions being obtained by Eli Ginsbur h'l '
g, W 1 e Thomas Campion and Leo Novick
brought in almost enough advert1s1ng to cover the e
, s Xpense of printing for the entire
The first issue made suchan impression that all f l
si C e t that our paper was Worth
While and should be COI1f1IlLl6Cl. The following permanent staff
had been chosen
by the time the first Graphic went to press: '
.Efl'l'fOI'-ill-Clllifff, Leo Novick, '22, E
f Elinore Eldrid '22
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I flrrorzale L 11015, Sadle Ginsburg, ,22,
1l'z'f lfdifor, Clarice Luther, '23,
flrlzffrir Ifdilor, Alex. hlacliimmie, '23,
fifllllllll' Edffor, ljleanor Frost, '22, ' A
11i.1't'!l!1lIgt' Izidflor, Sylvia Blair, '23,
C1'rru!af1'o11 lllazzagrr, lili Ginsburg, '23,
fllff't'!'fl',fl'llgf Jllzzzzagrr, Thomas Campion, '23,
Virginia Keefe, '22,
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Typzkl, Bessie Levin, '22.
: lflorence Giles, llelcn llliitc, Adelaine Atherton, Clarence Parsons,
1923: l'i!'ZlllCL'S 'lillUIIlINSUll, Rat-lic! linker. i
I92-l: Dwight Strong.
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A . . - ' , n , - ' ' ' it ins 1-
towards Airs, Cm-in-II for In-r CU-HI1Q'I'illIUIl in Illtllxlllg the papei tl permanei
tution of Ilicf scliool.
Uhr Cgnlh Eng
The Shakespeare Club was organized in the fall of 1921 by Juniors and Seniors
under the leadership of Mrs. Gettell, for the purpose of better understanding ali
appreciation of Shakespearian plays. They started by studying "Twelfth Nightv,
one of Shakespeare's best known comedies. Different parts were assigned to the
members and in that way "Romeo and Juliet" and "The Tempest" were read.
.M Christmas time a few of the members gave four scenes from "Twelfth Night",
which were followed by a few Shakespearian songs. All the members found this
elub most enjoyable and hope that it will be continued in the following years.
With our usual promptitude we brought the Debating Club into being early
in tletober. lt was composed of the members of the three upper classes and
eonlined chiefly to small debates among its members. However, on April 18,
the young but valiant members proved their right to a place among the debating
elubs of our valley by meeting and defeating Hopkins Academy in an inter-school
tlebate. The subject defeated, was Resolved: That the United States government
eaneel its loans to the Allies. The negative, upheld by Amherst High School,
was ably defended by ,lane Patterson, Hyman Novick and Dorothy lvlillington
with Ruth l"airnian as alternate. Hopkins Academy, supporting the affirmative
'WS ""l'l't'sentetl by Katherine Toole, Harold Pelissier and Elinor Miller with
Susie li reinensky as alternate. The result was a victory for Amherst High School.
Ihis aelnevernent of the team is, indeed, a matter of pride and it is the sincere
H lSll uf the class uf lll22 that this success be but the forerunner of a glorious career
for the .'X. ll. S. Debating Club.
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Athletics in Amherst High School were more firmly established a few years
ago, when Mr. Williams was given to us as coach. Although handicapped by the
lack of boys in the Senior Class, two-successful teams in football and basketball
have been developed. Baseball practice has just begun and a fast winning team
It was a happy crowd of fellows who a
filed into Room Nine. Here Mr. Williams talked about the prospects of a fo tb ll
team. About thirty fellows signified their intentions to help put out a successful
eleven. A few days later, large and small gathered on Blake Field for the flrst
practice. After working hard for two weeks astr
Senior Class only two were able to make the team, Walter Miller and John Tulenko.
Miller played left half-back and always played a clean fast game, hitting the line
for big gains. Tulenko played a powerful game at guard and helped to form the
strong "stone wallw. John Nfitchell, who was mentioned for all valley tackle was
the most aggressive man of the team. He was very fast and how he couldtackle!
Without doubt he is the best tackle which has been at the High School for some
years and much is expected of him next year as he is only a Sophomore.
About two Weeks after the close of football season, basketball practice began.
The team composed of underclassmen, had a very successful year. Flebut was the
individual star and high scorer.
t the close of the first day of school
ong team was chosen. From the
Although the Seniors were unable to win honors in varsity basketball, yet they
claimed the championship in the interclass series. The three underclass teams
fell heavily before their attack and only the Juniors gave them close competition.,
A new precedent was established this year, when the Seniors challenged the Faculty.
This was a very exciting and fast game, and on account of the superior team work
of Mr. Williams, the Faculty were able to win. For the Seniors, Parsons and Novick
were guards and covered their positions with great skill. Tulenko was a subsi-
tute guard. Bias played a fine game at center. He also had a good eye for the
basket and could score at very difficult angles. Miller and Kenney played for-
wards, with VVitt as substitute. lXfIiller had a very accurate eye and was a high
scorer. By his passing ability and with the team work of the others,a champion-
ship team was formed. ,
Baseball has always been a popular sport at the High School. Practice
is being held every afternoon on Hitchcock Field. Mr. Williams h-HS IT1UCh mateflal
to study, as there are about twenty-five practicing. UnfOrtUHatfflY there are
only five letter men back this year, but many new pl21YCfS with good ability are
practicin dail .
Althiiugh iihc Senior Class has no all star athletes, yet they have HlW3YS Stood
for good, clean, sportsmanlikc playing. They have HIWQYS Set 3 good examp C to
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Nearly all of the football team was composed of new men. They had a heav
schedule playing two Springfield teams. Although they played teams out of tht-ggi-Y
class, yet they held their opponents to a remarkably low score. At the first game
with Munson the team showed superior team work which they retained through
the season. The lineup was as follows: Captain, Magrath, Manager, Kenney
Fullback, Kelley, Halfbacks, Miller, Magrathg Quarterbacks, McKimmie, Lyman'
Center, Campion, Guards, Duncan, Dorsey, Tulenkog Tackels,lVlitchell, E. Brown
Fittsg Ends, Flebut, Fleury.
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Wlith only one player left from last years team the basketball prospects looked
rather gloomy. However aftertwoweeks practice, Coach Williams rounded outa
team which made a very good showing although perhaps not up to normal. As
the team was chosen from all under class men, a championship team is expected
The players were as follows: Captain, hflitchellg Manager, Witt, Forwards,
Flebut, Kelley, Center, lf. Brown, Guards, Magrath, lvlitchell, H. Brown.
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