Archmere Academy - Patio Yearbook (Claymont, DE)

 - Class of 1937

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Prnern, revered Heuchnnster oi' Arch- niere during the first iluur years of its existence. it is nn expression ui' our uthnirution for the nmn, priest, sehuinr, teueher, organizer, anti nchninistrutor. The schooi, stucients, anti nil who fume in eonturt with him have felt the illIvlllPIN'P exercised hy him uncier all these usperls oi' his chnrnfter anncl nfeoinpiishments. Vve offer him this hnoic, un imperiert hut sincere trihule, with the hope that we may remain in his heart unci lnernory, us he renluins in ours. EEUU" ATU f ww l 591' F.'x1'uER NICKEOUGH ! - - - - - - - 5 mlnw ul 'if' Ill'l'N4'lllN lllix ulllllllmll In Nllll llu' I'l'1lIll'I', mul lmpc' llml wx' ll.lX4' lllDlH'l1l llu lnllwlx mlllcllIl4'll ln Ulll' Ill'l'Ill'll'5NllI'N. lu xo XXllU1II't'lIlll:lIllIlIall'XNlllI ilu- Nmluml mm ll ln- llu IIHHIHN nl I1llllll'lIlQ llu- lils' .xml irl1-.mls ul llur Xu lmwrm- Nlll rlvnlg In lm'm4'r NlllIl1'IllN nmx rl unnll uvwnllmimw nl llll'II' mlm.: lllalll'I'. .mul In num IlllNllIlll'IllN, I1l'NNllI'N N1'l'Xl' .IN alll IIlllll4'IHl'll7I'lllI'lll1'I' all 4 lllll ii Tm Yum Ru: U. I". lllmn.U.l'lcxu1 Hmuflnrlslw 4 Rn: Hum NlCIjONNl-.LL O.lJfilPlll . BMX., SL Norlwrt follvgv Rvfigion. Laiiu Dirvvlor of Alfrlelirs PHD.. l RW. ROBERT Skoxlovsm' CD.IJI'ilPl1l . REV. P,xl'L S.w.xuri.xN cJ.IJl'ilK'ln. vnivvrsily ol' Vvisvonsin Rvligion. Hislory PHD.. Universiiy of Xvisconsin Religion. 1NlGfIl0ITlflfil'S. Latin. NIR. JOHN C. FLECK HA.. Sf. Norlmerl Conf-ge AIllNll'llll1Hl'S. Svrrvlary 8 Alusir I ll! Rl-,v. Ur-man Nomx I,T'iN'ITl. ., Sl. Norlax-rl Colle-52: yfislz. Lnlin, Rvgfslrnr FIR. I.:-3oN.um ,l. Fuml-Lu Bb St Nluryfs Couvgv Biology. c'Ill'HIfSll'Y. fwflflfll Miss l'lliLl-.N STEPIH-:Ns IX IEIYYLUUVP CNOHPLH l-ilwrarimz 9 NIR. ffnwum Y. Ulliml-:N Flux.. lil SNMP CNf,H1'Lfl' mlrlz. Hislory. 'illQ1iSIl, IEFOHOIII 10 CLASSES ROSS J. ARNOLD 100 S. Roosevelt ljlare Atlantic' City, N. .l. "Donn llolnlxy: Horselmaclc Riding. The punster ol the Senior Class is this lad HDoC." Ross has missed death lay the thicliness ol his heard. no mean distance, lor some ol his jolu-s. llowever, many a dull moment has heen hright- ened hy his impersonations which he exevutes neatly. As trainer ol the loothall team he was responsilxle, in part, lor the total dearth ol serious injuries. For the amount ol adhesive tape you use, Ross, you ought to start a lactory. JOSEPH BOVVERS HlVlec'l1arlicr1l loan Edgewater Parlc. N. .l. llobby: Jack ol All Trades. .loe is one ol the most Colorful Characters on the vampus. His name has heen well earned, lor at any time ol day. when there is nothing doing in the line ol sports. .loe van he seen in the workshop lixing or making something. Radios, cars, and electricity also come under his line: although radio is a comparatively new thing with him. Il it wasn't lor Joe. the boarders would he hanlcrupt from paying repair hills. The two slogans invented by the students lor him are: "Nothing is hard or impossible to Joe," and "Give me a lender and a steering wheel and l'II build you a Buick." 12 l.iiX'.-KN I50VXf'liRS llolmiry: Colle-fling pidu IIN- cllslllwlloll ol lwm Eclgvwulvr Park. N. ,l. "Hap" TCS. gg ilu- smullvsi mvmlwr in mln- class goes lo l.1-vim. llul ilris SQ'0llliIIQly is no IlTilXYlJill'li in llim. l.vx'nn. on ilu- nh luis sizv is Iilw Qrvusecl liglllllillgf mul lms lmslwllmll rourl. cli-sg' ' 'uusvml nanny an lu-ucinclmv lo luis opponvnis. Siufiivs Coma' vusy Io lim, lmul lu- will IIPYCI' lmvc- io worry znlmoul 0X'f'l'liIXiIlLf llis lxrnin. gvi allullgj. lllllllgll. FRANCIS ISOYIE 1,1 flu 1-luml IXYPIIIH' Norwuml. Pu. Nljrfilrlen Hoimlmy: Singing. Vlilw rvmlilion or 1-xvmulion ol illv rliliy. mlqlw Nlurlins final llll' Cnysu lms ioriurvcl ilu' vcllovs ol .-Xrclnnvre mainly ilirnugli tlw e-lllnrls ul l:l'ilIlli1 lmul illis is Imlfmu-fl lmy luis 0llH'l'1llIillili6S. Sinn' llis l1l'1'Sll- mein your ln' Im lam-n on ilw lioollmll squml :incl provvcl llilTISf'lli an vuluulmlv linrior in iliv lJm'l4l'ic-lcl. ln the sflmlusliv lielfl llis mum' lms IDPPII Sf'lKl0lll llliSSillQ lil'0llI illf' ll0l10l' roll. 13 GORDON .I. BROSNIER Q Front Street Norwiell, Y. ulirozn Hotllzy: Vvriting l.etters. fiorclon, lmerause lie 'talks ancl is seen as little, is somewliat ol' a mystery to most ol time stuftents. His earnestness in stuclies anal in sports lms ingratiatecl tlim witli tlle stuclents ancl larulty. wlio lxnow lfroz as a prolountl stuclent. Prnt lie is not altogettler silent. lor every now ami tllen lie rerapitulates ilIl0tl1Cl".S wiseeravlc. lnriclent- ally, Gorclon is always writing letters wllirli sooner or later winll up at llaultettstown. MARTIN COCK ZANS 4328 Sprure Street Pllilaclelpllia, l'a. nlxlcltlyu Holmlmy: l,lll7lifItti0IlS. ,l'lll'0UQll0llt lour years Nlartin llas lxeen tlie iclol ol time sturlents. Vvlly? He llas varriecl tlle mail lor all lliese years. ancl il' tllere is anytlling a stuclent lilies it is mail. His line in llolmlyies is pulvlifa- tions as is seen in llis eirvulation managersliip ol tlne fireen xxreli ancl Patio wl1ic'l1 lie aeeomplisliecl so well. Alter leaving fXr4'lnnere lm is going to rontinue luis stuclies at Pierre Business Srliool. Xve lqnow lie will sureeecl. .lust try lmargaining will: llim anrl lincl ont. 14 JAMES COLLINS I2l'l Vvesl 'jllu Strevl xfVillIlil1Ql0ll, Del. "Filip" Hoiuluy: Siiunup vollertiuugl. .iiuuu's uuirluuauuuue rerlaiuuly Coulcl not luave been more suilaluly rluosvuu, lor lue really is au rluip oil' flue lulocli ol- lcnowleclge. All llue lour years lluzul ufluipn luas lueeuu luere. lue luas lueaclecl luis class scluiulaustiraully. Kuuowleclge is not luis only capacity, luowever, lor lue luaus also cleuuuouuslrulvcl luis skill as an atlulete in luaslcetluall and luase- luaull. ixlauny lluaunlqs, ncluipfi lor your rooperaliolu iuu all flass activ- ities. NVQ- luope lo enioy surlu lrieuuclsluip as yours as uuuurlu as pos- silule iuu tlue lulure. GEORGE N. CURTIN V500 Norllu Claylon Slreef Vvilnuiuugion. Del. "George" Hoiuiuy: Pluotograpluy. Loiluario is Come to lile iuu tlue person ol' George. He is au quiet. siuclious viuap, luut cion't lei tlual fool you tluouglu: lue always seems to lue in willu llue luoys. A srreerluiuug ol luralces auucl au noise llual reseuuulules ilue rattle of vans announres tlue arrival ol George every uuuorniuug in luis "Clue-vvy." Tlue luus company is au lueavy loser clue to tlue fact tluat lue luriuugs willu luiuuu aluout uuiuue otluer fellows, wluo streauuu out ol tilt' car in an almost endless vluaiuu. As Business lxlauu- uuger George prove-cl luinusell to lue zu slurc-wal anal successful luusiuuvss man. 13 .LXNIIZS IfRl'l'C'ilNI,XN tu Clvaurlivlcl Sirvvl lirm-uuuuuuuslullrg. lin. l'riI1'lu ululuy: Howling. .liuuu. only om' yviur willu us. will lw l'l'IlK'llllJl'I'l'll lor luis lurilliaulul pcrlurumuuuu- on flue- luolluuull lie-lil. llis pc-rsouuauliiy is lluv lluiuug tluaul uuuuprvssvs uuuv lirsi. :X imvml lauuugjlu zuuucl uuueuuuy quips luauvv pull liinu ilu iluv Yilllli nl au Rolwri lic-nuclulcuy. llvspifc' peurlifipzuliouu ilu ull llurvc' uior spuris luis uuuuuuw is couusluuully on lluv luuuuor roll. fXL'C1L'S'l' CIIESIQCIQE .'Xl'l llllll'I'P u'xl'ilClf'll1y Qxlilylllillll. ll:-l ..- + fins llloluluy: liuuslu-lluiull. Xviilu uu Hlli yn. l5llll,u fills is iuutrocluucml. His useuuv ul ilu louw'-Qoiuugj 1-xprvssiouu will possilmly viuaulilc- ii in 510 clown iuu lluz- .uuuuuuls ol :Xuuueriuuuu liivraulurv. liveryouuv is liucl In luiuuu ru-Qaurcllu-ss. Hui lluis uloc-s uuot rlelriud lrouuu luis goocl quzulilicus. luu lnoiluaull aunrl luuuslwiluaull luv prove-cl luiuuuse-ll' we-ll woriluwluilv. Ho usuaully luaus eu lurnaurl suuuilc illlfl zu Illlifli wil lor alll lluusv wluo uuuuue- iuu rnuuiaud willu luiuuu. lin us witlu most ol us, luc- souuur-liuuuc-s gr-is iuu au rlrowsy eunrl rlrc-aunuy uumml .us om- iilll sve in some ol luis flzuss pvriocls. Paul il you sleuy aus uulz-ul us you usuaully ure-, uuoiluiuug will slip luy you. fins. 16 I .AXVRENCE C UTER XVilN'Pfl95', IOVVH I I La l'l'y N Holmtmy: l,ll0i02l'ill7lIj'. Footlxall anti lmaslwtlmall luring l.arry into tht- limeligllt. For lm was one ol time outstancling atlxletes in time scllool. l.arry's main Vifilltx ii li0llSl'i0llii0llSlN"SS. Xxlllllll ll? XX'0l'liS. iii' NV0l'lQS lliiffll XX'lN'll inf- plays, llc plays llarcl, wllicll contrilmutes so mucl1 to lwis success. l.arry not only talxes llis own pictures lmut cle-velops time-m too. Xvlwn tllv le-llows lounml Qlaclly tilvyvlope out, lu- was tlvlugvcl witli negatives, wliicll iw .L-XNIES F. H.-XLEY ISZI Xvvst Lltll Strvct Xvilmington. Dt-I. "Big Iimu Holmlmy: Talking. ' .lim varnc-cl luis niclxnamc- lrom luis astouncling lu-iglmt. soma'- xxlwrc- in tin' vicinity ol' O"5". XYlliClI sc-ryvcl as a yalualmlv assvt on tluc llaslwtlmall court. Footlmall ancl lmasclmall arc also among tlw list ol ganws in wlliclm llc participates. Sports are not lmis only llolmlmy: lor llc- llas a marvelous sense ol llumor. Ulte-n timvs iw is se-on wanclvring arounfl witll a lmig smile' wrcatlming llis liacv. prollalmly still tliinlcing ol tin' iolw lm lwarcl two clays ago. .'XIl0illPI' virtue- tor may it be classeri as a virtue-Yi is luis constant tally ol wllat tin' lyllillivs will clo to tim .'xil1lf'iil'S tlmis scason. IT EDXVARD .l. .IURKONVSKI 3200 NN-fest Tilirci Strvvt Clie-ster. Pu. Mlurlen Hoimixy: ixiociei Tis. ,I-ilf' prime Hixoogvyu nmn ol tile .lunior Class is time title prouciiy won ily .lurk livery clay in tlw rontroom imc corners u .iunior unci usually ims tiw uppvr ililllli in tiie niiruy, until ilis opponent receives ussistalwv. anti tilvn .iuric is on tiw rvrvivillg emi oi time string. But it's all in lun. A mocivi T once in iris possession, now suclly in nf-1-ci oi rf-pairs, lxefessitaltcfci ilis imc-con1inQ just anotiwr fustonwr lor tilt' imus company. Tin' line- romimination oi stuciiousnf-ss ami ilumor lmxiu- ilim we-ii like-tl lay imis riassmates. ANGELO A. LUCIANO 1800 Xvvst Svvvlltil Strevt xxiiilllillgitlll. Us-i i'L1u'ley" iiolrimy: Driving. Angelo slnrtcci to sriiooi tllis yr-nr sporting an snappy rim- iuxm roucistvr-u 1020 Forfl-convfirtiimie ut timt. fine- tiny XYiliitx rolling along tin- piles' it wiivvi Umm' oil. nnci timt was tim vncl ol tin' i. He- iI0li0S to imve it running tilis summvr funn gfrutin Dvil. iiuviq plays quitv an init ol loolimii uncl is om- ol tin- ilifjil scorers in lmusiu-tlmii. Xviwn annoy:-rl iris luvorite- vxprcssion is Hijonlt moss witii mv, ixoyf' Angvio is uiso quite- an civvolvf' ol tin' nrt nl ciunring mul sviciom iniis to miss il Qooxi ciunrv. IS JOSEPH F. BIIKESELI. Ili Yves! Sixtli Street Vvilmington, Dt-I. Holzlmy: Howling. "lWIiIw" nlilie is nnotller Iaunous Iigure ol our flilSSf--Ill sports anal stuclies. Ifor lour ye-urs Ile wus on ilu- varsity Iootlmll team, in tI1ere ligllting t'Yl'Ty llIIltllll'-llIS l't'XYill'il r0llt' IIHIIOI' letters illtil lots ol lllI1. l,l9IlS- ingly plump, nlilu- Ioolxs Iilie King Cole wllen Ile gives Ilis Iienrty Inugll, lor lu- Ims an great sense ol' Iiumor. At tlle nrm swinging game ol Imowliug, Ile excels, nncl inissecl Ineing tlie cliumpion Imy one plnre. NVQ-'II miss you. nlilw. Ixut we Iiope not to lose trnrli ol you. XVII .I .IANI MOI 'Qt IIN Convent. N. .I. "IIIoIee" Ilolzlmy: Reucling. nlolie none Ilere ut tlie Imeginning ol tlie year il quiet. stuflious zuul Iilienlmle stuclent. Now only two ol tliese virtues are eonnerterl witli Iliin. Ixlolie is no longer quiet. His Iiumor nncl Imoisterous Iiilnrity Imve :mule Iiim one ol tIie Imoys ol' tlie Senior jannlmoree. NVQ' wisli you Iueli, Bill, uncl Ilope tlmt you will mise tI1e stzuulnrcls ol Iluryurfl even Iligller. 19 ID XNIEI. P. O'IDONNliI.I. 302 NOTIII fluyion Sirvvf Xvilmingjlon, Dol. nipllllu Hofxlmy: Hooslingj Sallie-s Iligjll Srllool. .Xs mos! ol' IIN Ilvllows wllo num- from Xvilnminglon. Hun .nlxvuys Inns u good worcl lor Snllivs. Ho is usually in the cc-nic-r ol an group ol louml 31-Hillgg, lmml nailing stlldvnls. upllolcling ilu- s.n1'rml lruclilions ol luis ulmu mulvr. Dun is also Slepin ':f'll'Ilit.S lllllllllk' 'Ol' SDPPCII HIP Ollly SIDPPII ll? SIIOXYS ilt tllI'f'f' 0.i'I0lkli. illlfl IIN-n lilu- llm! of ilu- lone' l'ilI1Ql'l'. llw spew-d of light. Tllvrv is nnollwr 4-xu-piion. H0 nlso use-s il. us xw- Imvf' notiu-mf. on IIN- lmslwilmll ro rl DQXVIIU NI. OI.IX'IfR 211 Xvc-sl Ninlln Slrve-I C'lf'Sl4'I'. P-L "Dr11'vN Holvlmy: fuoingj lo ilu- movivs. NIH Hlllfll l'illl IJ? Siliil illlillll IDHYP lN'l'illlSf' ol IliS llllivt llHlIllll'I'. NVQ know wllvrv Iw romes from, and Illini is nlmout ull. Nlovivs svvln lo Inf- luis Illlllby. mul Ile' kc-eps ilu- boys well inforlnvcl on IIN- rurrvnl pidurvs running in Cllesler mul Plliluclelplmin. Dow' is goof! liilflllixil mul Qvlwrous. us some of the fc-Hows who lui! 'lim lor c'iQurc-lle's lmow. 20 STANl.IiY SCUI.l.Y Vvayerley. iowa "RnHhonsvH Hohhy: Reading. Stan is a middle westerner lrom the eorn state ol lowa. Nohody seems to ltnow how this inimitahle nielfname ol Rul:lh0use's origi- nated. Some semhlanee ol' ilu- name may he hrought to light when anyone attempts to get ahead ol him in the ealeteria. An attempt. in the true sense ol the word. is as lar as one would get. But this rharaeteristim' and his lmrawn helped the lqoothall team to a sueress- lul season. Stan is no slourh at hasliethall either. JAMES SHEA 338 linden Boulevard Broolilyn. N. Y. hhhisvlesu Hohhy: Dramaties. Jim has heen the sparlc plug ol the graduating rlass ever sinee he Came. l-our years ago. Having eoined the name lor the year hoolc -"The Patio..--while a Junior, this year he was elected Editor-iw Chief. During the four years he has amused us with his crazy antirs in and out ol' the Classroom. His numerous lriends and elassmates extend to him the hest ol wishes and hope he sueeeeds elsewhere as well as he has here. 21 JOSEPH l'NC1liRER Ijlj cill'SSlllQ'f'I' Str f-f- 1 Bt-rlilf-I1 f-111 . Pu. "Linh, lm-" llol1l:y:Curt f1f,l1 mg. .lov came' lmafli to us again tllis year to got a low more- vrvclils. Xvv clonit regret il in llle- least. .loP. True to luis olcl lorm ol last year, anrl even lwtter. he was one' ol llme stronglmolcls ol tlie varsity loollmall loam. Not oncv in two years llas luis naam- lx-en almsvnt lrom tlu-' llonor roll. The thrall ol the S0lllllU in tlw lorm ol a lamous sumnwr resort in ,lersey lures .lov tlwrc- 4-very XX'l'0liff'IIKl. VVllal's tlw attraction? 11 Class isfcory T seems only yesterday-that ideally lneautilvul Autumn morn- ing on which the memluers of Archmere's Freshman Class ol' IQ35 first assembled. Yes, Septemher 20th was the exact date of the actual heginning of classes. Thus was inaugurated the high school course under the white-rolaed Premonstratensian Fathers for the sixteen visihly awed and impressed young laoys, most ol' whom were in lcnee-lareeches. However, as this sense of strangeness and unfamiliarity wore off with the passing days we Archmerian tleclglings manifested a leeen interest in hotli scholastic and extra-curricular activities. Throughout the year, lmesides maintaining a consistent honor roll group, our young class of ,jf under Coach .lohn Oakes placed six members on the lootlaall squad: lour were among AFl'llmCf6'S initial hand of courtmen and six made the grade of the laaselzall team. VVith the inception of the first school newspaper there were to he found several would-he journalists among our llirst year lmoys who wholeheartedly gave their hest to further the success of the Green Arch. l.ilcewise in all the other functions interspersed throughout the school year, socials, plays, etc., delegates of the class were sure to he lound. However. there was always present the prola- lem ol' becoming adjusted to lmoth surroundings and companions. Vvith slight changes our numerically small group returned to Archmere the next term to begin its Sophomore Year. This time the school with its magnificent slcylight. spacious campus, and the many other sights, which in the previous year tended to malce us uneasy, now served to renew old friendships. Classes were speedily organized and we Sophs discovered, much to our dismay, that studies had grown more difficult and would require quite a hit more study. Responding to this chal- lenge our class as a whole more than sulndued "Old lxlan Failure" lJy climbing up the Honor Roll ladder and maintaining several representatives on the top throughout the year. The class of '57 functioned as a unit lor the first time outside of scholastic circles, and had two important events to its credit during this second year at Arcllmere. Primarily, moleslcin iaclcets in the class colors. red and white, and hearing the numerals '57 were purchased. Secondly, all of us Sophs with Father lxlc- Keough, our adviser and headmaster, enjoyed a trip to the National Capitol. Vylhen our predecessors, the Charter Class ol' Archmere. came into their own in the role of Seniors, we .luniors first realized how last utempus was fugitingf' Soon we would lJe cast in the same roles as these graduates. The sands of time were certainly slip- ping away fast-too last. With Father Hurley as our adviser and sensing our positions as upper classmen, we went immediately to worlc. To help pre- 23 Class History serve as many traditions as possilule lor Arcllmere we continue tlie practice ol tlme preceding classes lmy securing our graduation rings in our .lunior Year. Tllftj' are lmeautilul rings ol yellow gold surmounted lay a rulmy stone. Were we satislied witli tlxis acllieve- ment alone? lndeed no. Acting upon Fatlxer Hurley's sugges- tion antl using liim as our mediator and representative. we puslied tlie matter ol malcing our rings standard at our Alma lxlater. Finally success crowned our plans-tlte Faculty agreed. Vvitllout lmoasting we may credit one major part ol tlle growing Arcll- merian traditions to our account. Tlme Junior Prom held on lwlay IS was a very great success lmotlt socially and linancially. It was deemed lay all as one ol tlme lnest, if not actually tl1e laest dance ol' tlme year. The proceeds were used lor tlte preparation ol a larewell lmrealclast lor tht- graduating Seniors in June. Our Junior year saw lwlr. Leonard Farmer succeed lVlr. Con- nell as coacla. wlmo lelt to attend personal lmusiness matters. rl-lie same dependable cooperation was sltown Coacll Farmer lmy our class as was previously displayed. Sports claim tlwe interests of tlme entire class, and as a result we placed many delegates on tlle lootlaall, lmaslcetlzall, bowling, and baselmall comluines. .luniors even llad two classmates on tlle newly organized tennis team ol lour men. ln dramatics we claimed tlme leading role ol tlle tllree act comedy, "Handy Andy," lor our class. Besides .lames Sll9il several otlier graduates ol '57 were included in tlle cast. Numerous otlmer events on tlle scliool-day calendar seemed to lmurry tlme passing days. Soon June and tlxe graduation ol tlle '50 class terminated our l'1igl1 scllool days as Juniors. Responsilmility and llard worlc boomed lor our Senior Year. Tllis seemed to intone tlle general note ol our last nine montlis at Arclnnere. Nevertheless, our spirit ol cooperation and distri- lmution ol tlie worlc conquered tlie lmeretolore insurmountalmle olmstacles. Extra curricular activities claimed so great a per- centage ol our time tlmat to retain tlie lligli scliolastic standing ol tlle class mucli diligence llad to be slmown in studies. Atliletic interest continued to run high and was augmented lmy tl1e two new tennis courts built at tlle side entrance. Senior-sponsored social events were not lacking: ol course. all otl1er Arclwmere social llappenings were always Seni0r-sup- ported. Tlme Valedictoriarfs voice sounds tlme lcnell ol our days under tlle capalxle Norbertine priests at Arclimere. Tlmougll tlle actual days lme over, lond rememlnrances linger. Our everlasting grati- tude to all responsilyle lor tlie numerous lnenelits we llave reaped during our years at Arclamere. lnmes Collins, '51 24 ll lu' in ilu' li.-Id ol spurls or in llu' rlelss room. uc-In bvuiml: A. luriclu, Nl. ffl nnrurr. ll. llislunp, ,l. iXlc'Kxnrllu.ulx. l.. XVui4ivslmslxi. ,l. XYlu'l.m, ll. llulur 'lUllsQ'f. ' , ' . f v - fhuuliluq: NIIIRIXIIII. llnlxvs. ilsnll. Q. Iyilffilll, Xlrlnllulllill N Sl'llll'IlllN'l', l0j1. 1'ig1llle'f'n lmoys 1'IlI'0llQ'll in ilu' lliircl l'H'Slllllilll f lass in ilu' liislory ol Arrll- h nu'r4'. Now nvarly llnrvm' yvnrs lam-r as Juniors, llu' lmppy-gofl1u'l4y rluss ol ilu' srluml, tlu're- uri' only lvn ol ilu' original c'iQl1lc'c'n lmys rf'nmining.!. lllis ya-nr will: llu' aulclilion ol liw' lN'XYCOIll0l'S ilu-sv I1-n rvprc'sc'nle'cl :Xrrlmu-rc' in :nanny sports lilllllflilllf loullmll, llzlslwllmull. lmasvlmll. mul lmwlingj. illlu- .luniur Class slugjvcl in QNllflSllllilS play mul pulmlisluul sc-vvrnl vclilions ol ilu' scllool lu'ws- 'mpg-r in ilu' lnller pnrl ul ilu' venr lo lumiliurizc' llu'msc'lvz's in ilu' prmullulion ol il: lligllly rom- nuwululnlc' worlc was lllflIf'Kl oul. Tlu' nmsl im- porlnnl vpismulc' ol ilu' Class wus ilu' urrivnl ol' llu' rluss rings. 2 During ilu' yvnr ilu' srllolnslic' au'l1if'vc'nu'nls ol X E tlu' .lunior rlnss wore' nlmvs- tlu' average, as nl lens! A. , K lmll' llu' group we-re' ulwnys on ilu' lumor roll. "l -...Q 1 Xxlllvll wc' rvlurn in Se'ph'mlu'r ns seniors, lvl us ' lumpz' llml wc' will lwvp up our gmul worli wlu'tlu'r - - l'-KVIIIR SRU'NlUX'SkY ss .lilvisvr U ll. Nl Rum: I. xlllllfll. XX, Xnllnvaule, I, Xlilliqan. ly. lbrznealii, KX. PM-ngiws-r, l.. Saninni. fl. Kerrigan. I llvyxxnll, lfegggillvr. :mul Nun" fullnnlv, I, xlullanvx. Xxvllile. vligani, Xvarcl. flngnl. llriu ilml Rum: lX1'.nliln1. Ilahlurl, llalwl fl I1 YNUER "loyyly" Freslnnen we returns-cl lo .'xH'llllIl'I'0 in Seplelnlner ol' .30 as S0lllliSlil'ilIf'KI Soplls. Xvilll l:illlH'l' lxlamljnnnell as our flass .Nfl- yiser, we slarlell flue year Ivy elerling nln- rlass nl-licers. CNIHIYIPS llengisser was lnafle liresirlenll Ray Trareslii. Yice-presiclenl: Nlarli Kealingf. Sen relaryz ancl xxxllwerl vlwigjani, Treasurer. An ilnporlanl parl llas Imeen playecl in .Null- mere lille Imy us. flu our tealns were lonnml many lllf'IIlIJf'l'S nl our class. yery loyal, anxl sportsman- lilie men. :XS sluclenls our Llass lms wnrlxefl imluslrinusly ancl its nlelnlmers llaye nnl lei llle air nl snpllisiira- 2 i lion creep inln llleir lllllNlS. A IHIIIIIJPI' nl' us S ' lmye lmeen in almost .III exlra-currirular rlnings. I ffur Snplmnmre year llas lx-en a sllarf-sslllll .- I -YIIIER 3lc'l54mN filnw ,'lmll'iw'r Y . anrl an pleasant one. Xxe yy-.II try In nmlu- our two remaining years lu-re at Arm lnnere surpass lay Ill I lar llle lyyn DYPCPKIIIIQ ones. 26 l"irsl Row: ll. llaxanauglu, XV. fin-glvr, ll. Xxrimlwsle-r, lj, N1-slvr. ll. llouflry. ll. Rilvv. l. K1-rrig clflIll'I'. Ill'llTy, l,y'IlIl, Nl'1'4lDll. lx. lqlvyllf. SXXl'4'Hl'y. Svrnllll RMU: l'-rlllllxlill, ll. Kln'lQ4lllxn. vlvl'lll'liil. lllrllvlm. ll. xxlallxvr. Xl. familial, yallloslli, l Kilnllllvu, fl. lllaim-. l5.lll.ll1lym'. linalsl, ll, llarmon, l 4 llllniul Row: ll llouglvlan. ll, ljavis, l, Rvisllwr, l. XY-ull.:-r. lllfx Sl'flll'lIllN'l' ol '30 rolls-cl arouncl, Arrll- nwrv saw lor llw lhirsl lime- ils largvsl flass. lllirly- om' l.l'l'Slllllf'll. XV1' all lvll ralllvr proutl lo ln- lligla 0 T In I srllool Sllllll'IllS, lbul llu- S0llll0lIl0l'0S promplly sllowm-ll us lllc' vrrors ol our ways. Xvilll l:allu'r Nolan as our rlass amlvisvr ws- sl-llls-cl clown anal vlvrlml .lame-s livrrigan. pre-sill:-nl: Rolwrl flrinvr as X'lKkl"IDl'l'Sllll'lIl, aml Xvallvr Zivgjlvr. sc'l'rc'lary- lrvasurvr. :Xllnlvlirally our ya-ar was a gre-al Slll'l'l'SS. ln all sporls lln- xliclgjvl lvams arc- monopolize-cl lxy us, aml wc' also l'0lllI'llJlll0ll lo llw .lay vvvls. as wf-II as lorming class lvams. Hoxx'A'x'0r. our goal was nol rm-allwcl. Xxlv wvrc' wf-Il rx-prvsvnlvcl in all mlramalir' arlivilivs. aml llu' major parl ol us wc-rv on llu- lronor roll. Xllllllllff llas 4-srapvtl us: vw-n now wc- llavv nol nwnliom-cl all. ll is vvrlain lllal our rlass will go clown in 5 zxrrlnm-rc-'s luislory as om- ol' many lim- svlnolars, Q VW 'x illllll'll'5. anrl Qf'Illll'IlN'lI, lor in llris. our lirsl l Q ya-ar. wa- lnaw- malls- a splc-mlifl slarl. l lmloulmlc-mlly , X llu- mall-us ol somv lulurv .'XI'l'llIIlf'l'0 learns, - , l Ure-on Arrln slallls aml many ollu-r lllings arc- l among us. Na-xl ye-ar we- will ln- lmavlx as sopllis- livale-cl Sopllomorc-s lo sllow a group ol! llrvslnnvn . . h l.XlIlIR Nous jusl lnow lo l'0Illllll'l lllemselvvs. 1-,IM Ahllyiw 27 ,ax ' '. qx r 4.- -.Kg v I ZATLFJLETUCCS ,1 X IN'l'l' Silll I' IQ32. IXIPVUI' IIIIS IIll'l'f' IN'l'll ilSS0lllI7Il'lI III fxl'K'IlIllK'I'I' il IIPIIPI' Qfilllll UI IIL.-..-II INIY I1lYlIIl'f, IIINIVII, IF0o1tIbaIII JN UI' x'i4'Iury wus uganin rt-pa-NINI Ily IIN- .Xl'I4Illlll'l't' l'Il'Yl'Il in ils IN-sl IN'I'IIUI'lIlillH'0 on IIN- grNIir0n in ull IIN- Ilishlry UI IuuIImII Imr1I-IliIIing1, spirilc-QI If-Ilows. In IIIPIII illlKI IIN-ir nIxI4- t'0ill'Il musl go IIN- mr:-1IiI IIN' il 5lIIl'1'SSIlII SUUSUII. ' .M IISIIIII IIN' IIQIY oII NIIIUUI, IJNIIIII I' XYIIS IRIIIPKI RIINI il Iurgm- IIIIIIIIJPT UI 4ulNIi1IuIc-s UIIIIIIISIIISIIIIIIIY rm-pork-II. Nlorf- signs QI' IlllllI'0VI'lllPllI ilIllI an QINNI bf -anon we-rv 1-x'icI1-nl ns IIN' cIuys UI prfN'Iiu- III-xx' Iry, ffm- UI' IIN- IlN'I4i4-sl Imre-inks. wIli4'I1 SOIIIPIIIIIPS 1If'If'I'lllIlll'S IIN- SIIKTPSS UI an If-mn, wus IIN- s1'ur1'iIy oI injurii-5 cxu-pIinQ IIN- I-vc-r pr:-sc-nl Imumps illllI Inruism-s. XVHI1 Iuur virluric-s, Iwo Ile-I1-nts, INNI om- IN-, IIIIUIIIPI' se-nson UI IINII gre-nI sporI, InuIINuII, 4-lNIs, IJIII uguin In IN- H' num-II :N-xI lull. .55 rffef , -ma. J-IMI, Se-uImI: III-urgv f'urIin, xImmg.L1-r. I.. cIIIIl'I. 5. Scullx. II. 1211-WIN-. II. NINININ-, I Ijuxwn. I I'ng:-ral I , llllfllulll, IIllllNl'Y. fx. I.ll4lniIlll, 'xl'IillIKI, Il'4lIll1'I. SIUIIIIIIIQJ ILIIIIUI IXIIDINNN-II, S. mogul, I NIiIwn-II, I. IYIIIIIIIIIKII, I, Ihfl.-5, I NIISHI-1-:N-x. Yllmvin Htl ,.. . UC IOISI-.R lo. .Xrrlnnere slnoxvecl prospeels ol a well lmlaneecl team. Recovering a liumlmle on Ilne Arrlmiest lllirly-yarcl line lmy Allentown was lime I' only lllreal ol' time game: oilmerwise ille learns lmitlecl on even lerlns illl'0llQll0lli llle game. For line Green anrl Xxillill' l'1rih'lnnan. l.uc'iano, anal llngferer Iurnecl in ille IN'Sl lN'l'l.0TlIlillN'f'. Srore 0-0. fXVl4fll,1lfR lf. il-llf' .'XI'K'lli9S llacl llleir lirsi real les! ol' power against Brown Prep at Pennsy lielcl in Xvilininglon. During tile llirsl ililliv tile Green ancl Xvlliie seorerl lwiee. ancl seriously illreatenecl on oilner orrasions, llngerer anrl lxlalone slmarecl llle line lnonors. wllile l.ueiano ancl irriirlnnan again sllarecl time lxaelxlwielql lmonors. Seore: .-Xrvlnnere 13, Brown Prep 0. flfviif JIEIQR 13. nleeling llleir olfl rivals on flue llolne lielcl, Arelrmere won a llarcl fouglit lxallle. ,lille liirsl quarter was playerl on even Qrouncl. l.aie in llle seeonrl quarter, alter tile power seelnerl fo ine slopperl, .linnny Frilelnnan iossecl a pass lo l.arry fiuier wllo snagged il lor fill' lxirst seore ol! til? game. ln line seeoncl lnall' tlle tlireals ol tile Blue Hens were sluwressliully repulsecl lmy time liiQilliIlLf Arelnnere eleven. A lmeauliliul piece ol' open lqielcl running lay i:rih'innan lmelxinil perleel lmloelcing gave tlle Green anrl xvilitll its olller srore. Blilxeseli ami Outer playecl lmesl in tlie line. Score: :Xrelnnere IS. Delaware ,l. Vfs 0. 31 xx. fVJCTfJPmER 31. in their hest game ol the year the Cireen and Vvhite sank the Little Admirals hy a lop-sided margin. Scoring on a lateral to Fritchman in the lirst quarter, and a nice run in the second hy Angie Luciano, Archmere held a I4-0 advantage at the hall. Clicking in every department of the game, the Archies widened the gap hy three more touchdowns. The whole team turned in an excellent perlormance with Gieseclce and lxlilcesell overshadowing the linemen and Scully and Fritchman sharing haclctield honors. Score: Arch- mere 34. Farragut Naval Academy 0. NfJVElN'lBER 7. CD11 an overnight trip to the national capital the Qireen and Vvhite dropped their lirst game ol the season to the Catholic University yearlings. Recovering lrom a case ol stage lright, the Archies found the score 13-0 against them hut soon were ahle to put across their only counter of the game. The second hall was a little more disastrous lor the Archmere eleven. By what seemed to he a never ending line ol suhstitutions. the C. U. Frosh were ahle to lceep a lresh team against the tiring gridders ol Archmere. Although yield- ing several touchdowns, the Archies held their powerful opponents on the two- yard line, therehy redeeming themselves partially lor the laclc ol' scoring they did. lxlilcesell was the best lineman wearing the Green and White, while the haclctield shared equal honors. Score: Archmere 7, Catholic U. Freshman 34. NOVElxlBER 14. Using hut two ol her regulars, Archmere scored an impres- sive victory over the West Nottingham eleven to close her home season. A lew seconds alter the opening whistle "Angie" Luciano scored alter running the hall into Nottingham territory. The Archies scored again in the second and lourth quarters. with Luciano and Joe Bowers carrying the hall over. After staving olii a Nottingham drive, the Green and Vvhite had possession ol' the hall until the final gun. NOXf'ElxlBER 21. Fighting against odds all the way, Archmere went down to its second defeat ol the year helore one ol' the hest teams in the East. The fireen and Vvhite held a 7-6 advantage at one stage ol the game. hut the reserve strength again was too much lor them. Although there were several decisive gains through the line. all the touchdowns were hrought ahout hy the aerial route. Archmere's lone tally came in the second period when Alhie Yuravich caught a Bordentown lumhle, and heiore they knew what had happened. was across their goal. .loe Ungerer and Gieseclce toolc the honors for line play, while Yuravich and Luciano shared the haclclield honors. Score: Archmere 7, Borden- town 7.1. At the annual lootloall banquet in December. Father lVlcDonnell, athletic director, awarded letters to these players: Capt. Joe lwiilcesell, Lawrence Outer. Joe Yuravich, Joe Ungerer, James Fritchman, Stan Scully, August Gieseclie. Angelo Luciano. James Haley. James Houser. Tex lwlalone, Frank Gurnari, John hic- Sweeney, and lxlanager George Curtin. 1937-58 SCHEDULE Septemher Riverside High .... ....... A way Octoher Allentown Prep ....... ....... H ome Octoher Brown Prep ...... ....... H ome Octoher Delaware J. Vfs ....... Home Uctoher St. Benedicfs .. ....... Away Novemher Bordentown .... ....... H ome 11 Vlfll SlNfl'1 Fnilwr Nlrlfonnvlls axppoinhnvnl ns .Nllllc-lic' Dire-dor ol iXI'I'llllN'l'f' .lunior Varsity J9 Q lvznns lluvc- lwvn gfivvn spvciul nllvnlion annrl rourliing. l"uilN'r lxlaw, us lu- is linown lo ull flu' sllulvnls, In-Q lii-vc-s in pri-pairing! lor luiurv yi-urs, sinve wiiluoui an cloulmi ilu-sv .l. V. lounls ol locluy will lwvonw Vursiiy i'vpi'c-sr-nilulin-s ol tomorrow. Truly. lwsiclcf-s lwing prnr- iiuul in ils lore-siglrh-clnc-ss. lllis silu'e'i'c- sponsorsllip ol 'svvoncl lvmnsu f-Xu-mls lo lllosv lvllows wllo nrv "only nir in ronnpvliiivv sporls un opporlunily ol gaining vuluaxlmlv vxporie-m'e in .uluul voniesls uguinsl oppo- nvnls ol ilwir own mlilms. Xxlllllill lllis lnvorih' group ol .lunior Vursily .Xili- lc-lu's loollmll rlaunwcl Ilw lions slum- ol l'r. Flaws .lilvniion nnxl inivrvsi. Nlr. l:ill'llll'l'. ulllxougli lu- wus lu-anvily lmurclc-nf-cl roaulling ilu- vursily uncl miclgvt squauls, gnu- lllvlll more- tlmn nn equal slum- ol luis m'o1u'lling,f laxlvnls. 'llw lloys Qrvnlly npprvriaxlvml llw ulie-niions give-il lo llwir in-ann mul lllI'0llQl10lll rin- svnson in vzurli Qmm' ol ilu-ir srllvmluli- provccl lllfj' we-rv worilly ol lllis sup- port. lllvy lllllglll vnrm-slly uncl vle-alnly e-vvry svroncl ol vurlr vonlvsl. ,lwlH'SI' lnrls lluving lwvn rvnlizvcl lmy llw ullllviim' clvpurllnvnl. spc-rinl nwnrmls wc-rv prvsc'nif'cl lo flu' nwnl- lwrs ol ilu- squaul ui llu' nnnunl lxoollmll llilllllllfxl, lfirsl Row: nl.. Paulllwl. l. XxYlll'lilll. ll, XVilson. R. Grim-r. l. Xvullwr, Nl. Ullvunnur. XV. xlllllllllill, U. Hmsnu-r. Svrolnl Row: l"-ulln-r Nlrllonm-ll. liulwr, luriill. l. Sullivan. l. llmu-rs. l.. Xvoirivilmsld, Nlr. l nrlnvf, Q :ml ll. u r .9 ' xlr. l.1r11n-1,l.1.11l1 Basketball lln' lirsl 1.1ll lor l1.1sli1'll1.1ll cnncli- lilvusv lll'1ll' llwwv lauls in unincl xx'l1il1' lnolg- .l.1l1-s was hUllIlCl1'Il, il was l-llllllil ll1.1l ingj nl lln' lolloxxing rvumrcls. ll-l11'1'1"s ml lilllv .li111 llnlvy illlil .lllll flollins we-rv llll' only 0111-ra lllUl'f' in rc-1lm11i11gf llu- suuvss ur lillllll'I' ul I'l'lllilllllllQ l'r0n1 llw prvvious yvurls Sllllklil, sporls-ul'f'x'v1'yll1i11Ql0rll1.1l111.1ll1'1'-ll1.1n illsl flfxnuc-1.111-11lly il gn-.1l cle-.1l l1.1rl ln Ilf'llf'llCl on l0llIlllllQ up llll' wins illlll lossvs. nl-xx' pl.1yvrs. ll-ln-sv wx-rf' lllllfll in vviclf-1111: .'XI"illIlN'l'l' 0pf'lll'Cl lln' sc-.1s1111 i11 l'l1il.11lc-lpl1i.1 lllll llu' lllillly various Nlyl1-sol'11l.1y wnulrl llilVP willl S0llllIl'ilSl f.l.1ll1oli1'. rl-ln' lirsl Lfilllll' lor lo lw I'l'Cllll'C'll lo il lIllll40I'lll 1111-lllml. fxncl lllis lllc' .'xl'1lll1'S wus rl lilllc- l'ilQLf0ll in spnls. l111l xx'a1s.1 lnrgjc-orcll-1'l41 I'iII. flnrv il lllilll llilS lwc-n sllowvcl lln' lllkllilllQS ul il W1-ll-1'111l111l4-ml ll'1llIl. llAilllH'Il illlll l1.1s play.-.I in il c'1'rl.1i11 slylv ln- blllw llirulvs look .111 Pilfly I.-...I nncl lu-pl il munnol lw lllilllfjvfl lo .1clv.111l11Q1'. Vlulwrvllnrc- lllI'UllQll0lll lln- Qillllv. .'Xr1'l1l111'r1' Il. Slllllll our l1'illIl wus l'f'flillll lo sullvr loss. fznlllolim' 30. xxx .'Xl'fllllIll'H' rlcws nol us yvl own il Lfylll, .'Xr1l1111c'1'c- clmngmz-cl rl .low 15.11110 in flulclc-yvs. wc- l1.1cl lo .11'1'1'pl ll11' lwsl Illlllllfllllllly ilX'illl- Fl-lw I.-...I Yill'lC'll l'l'l'llllf'llllX, l1ul .1 lllilll2lIlLf .1l1lv-ll1c- Xxlllflll St.-1-l lloor. Vllln- r'o11li1111vrl rally gens- ll1c- 9.111111 lo C2.1l.l.-y. Sl'0l'l'I fl.1I.l.-y prmliu- 1111 ll1is Slllilll fllllfl. ol lll'i'i'SSlly llillll- '53, .'X1'x'l11110l'4- 25. lN'l'1'1lllll' pl.1y0l'11u1'lc-11111. To c'r0w11 ll1v list bl-lw l,l'lilXYill'1' Xlfs Qul .1Il lo .111 1'.1rly ol g.frowing.f ollslanrlc-s only il lilnilvtl lime' was sl.1rl. lllll tlw gun was sl111rlc'111'cl ln al lwu- ..Il.m-.-.l us lor lll'ilKlll'i'. poinl ls'.1cl nl lllv l1.1ll'. xxsjnin il was lllc- l.1sl S1-ulml: l. Nl.Sw.-.-11.-1. l. ll1.l.-y. SflIllY, flulc-r. ll. fllllnllm-ll, fl, flivsc-1 Slun1liI1g4: llr1gg.111N, Nl.111.1g41'r, Cl..g..I. l. flnllin-. NlIl'llXlllI, l.ll1i.11111. Xlr. l.1r1111-r. l 11.1nl1 Il-I llalll tllilt Spf-lll-ll llt'l.l'ilt lor tllc' Arc'tllllc'l'c' liivv. Sturt-: Arllllllll-l'v 21. lJ0lilXYill't' .l. Vfs 20. :Xrl'tlllle-rv wus llc-lct to il sillqll- liivtcl Quill flur- illgj tlll' liirst, XYlltlt' tllc' StilIll'lf'lll Qxlllll llvllvtt lXYt'llty-OIN' points. Tile' svrollcl llzlll lilllllltl alllllost 1-vm-ll Sl'Ol'lllQ witll tllr' oppollvllts oll tllf' long 1-mt all tlll' litllill wllistlv. SCOFPZ fxfflt- llll'l'l' lj, SlilIllvll'lll 43. Ulllllf-y illfillll l'vpl-altvct its lirst vivtory. Tllv liirsl llalll' wus il llip illlll tllfli allwlialir. witll tlle storm- stllllltillgf lll IQ-I5 ill lllvor ol Golctvy ill lllc- llalll. Vlwlll' sl-romt llllll prow-it to tw ltlv sallllv story. Srorv: .'XI't'llIIll'I't' 23. Uolctvy 30. Ix2filtIlSt lllvsv t'llilllllJl0lIS Arrlllllc-rv ftictlltt stllllrl lllllfll ol il l'llillll'f'. IEYOVVII llrvp gfllillvct most ot its points ill ltlf' tiirst lllllt illlll l'0l1tlllllPIl to llolrt tllc- If-ml. Till' .Nrrllivs Sll0NYf'Kl il sliglll Fillly tUXVill'flS tllv vllrt ot' tllc- gnlllv. llut to no ilX'illl. Svorl-: Arclllllc-rv IT, Brown Prop 43. lll ll llalrml lllllgjllt llalttlv .!X!'t'llIIll'Tl' just illllllll ln-alt tllv iillx llilllfjllllf ow-r its llt'ilfl. Tilt- out- FUIIN' ot' till- Qillllt' wus lll-ver l't'l'tilllI ulltil tllf' lust lvw lllillutvs wllvll il lgillIli.S l10l'NVill'fl swisllvcl il palir ol' llvillltllilll sf-t sllots. Srorv: Arrllllll-rv 18. lsillIliS Plllsillf-ss Collvgfv 21. vlillv cll't't'll illlfl Xvtlile tralvvlvrt to Xwllllllllg- l0ll to tallu- il Clflllllllllgf from tllv llzlllcts ol lgl'ilt'0lll tlllsillc-ss College-. Arm-lllllflrll svelllcct to llc' llolctillg its own ill tlour plzly, llllt lllv Sllltilltll wurliillgg llllsille-sslllvll llalrt il little' sllllrp- vr Cyl' lor tllv llalslivt. St'Ul'l'Z .'Xl't'lllllt'l'l' 10. l5t'ill'0lll 44. l,lilylllQ lllt'll' lllost illlportzlllt Qilllll' ot tlle sl-llsoll. tile fxl'1'lllt'S falllle- tllfllllfjll ill Qrllllcl Sllilpt'. lt wus itll vxritillgj illiliilll' XYltll tllv lvlltl tllilllgfltllf svvvrall tilllvs tlll'0llQll0tlt tllc' lnfily. Xvilll il llvw I'lllllllll'S to plaly flzlylllolll lic-lt lll:- svorv IO alll. N,lll'ilYtKilI Sllllli il lhrvc tllIAUXY alllrl liltl'l' illtc'rc'c'ptml il pllss wllilll llc' tossvcl up lor il lil-ld gout. Store: .'xI't'lllllt'I"t' 22. Cllly- lll0llt 10. .'xl't'lllllt"f0 Slilftvfl Ott witll Il lmllg illlll was lixilllllllj lllv Qillllt' lll tllv lllllt, llllt St. Rolwrtis rilllivll. Kxffillll .'xl'l'lllll0I'l' SlllIl'lf'!l illlvilfl to Qillll six points. lIOXYI'N'l't'. to lose- lllv QEIIIIP. Store: .Axrvlllllvrv 10. Sl. Rullvrfs 20. Xvitll tllv llllrlu-ts llyillg llliclc alllct lllst. fxffll- IIIUH' was illfillll llllSlllTl'SSl.lll ill Qc-tlillg lllv lllaliority. .'Xltll0lILfll ttlc' Lfillllt' wus lllllfll closer tllalll tllv pre-violls mvvting, tlle iXl'l'lllf'S wvrv still no llliltlill tor tllv Stllllllielct Clllll. Score: , . Arflllllc-rv 31. Nlllllic-lat 32. lgvillilllll llklll no mlsy tllllt' ill tllI'lIlllQ ill il XN'lll lllis lilllc-. lll tllv lust tIlIill'tt'l' tllv store was tivct witll 30 alpic-rc-. l30ilt'0lll tlH'll tl1I'lH'il ill il low points tor tllelllsvlvvs illlil If-lt fxffll- IIICI1' ill tllv sllalmtows just long f'll0llQll to rlllltlc up il virtllry. Score: i'XTt'llI1ll'l'l' 30. 'EUH- rolll 43. 'l-llc' .'XI'Clllt'S rtroppvct lllv I'K'tllI'Il glllllv willl Cluylllollt. -l-lll' Ure-f-ll alllcl Xxlllltl' llvlrt alll IS-lj' lvllct witll il lbw nlillutc-s lc-tl to play. 'lille' Clalylllollt live- Sllllli il gout lor il two point lezlct. As lllv gun S0lll1fll'lt l.ill'l'y' flutvr was liolllc-tt. llut lzlile-tt to Illillif' tllv point. SVOFUZ IxI'l'lllllf'l'0 IS, Clnylllollt 10. Tllis llzlttlv wus il closv illiliillli For tllI'0t' pl-riocts tllv St'0l'llIQ was slllln-it t'Yf'lllY lly tlle two tvalllls. lll tllv lzlst flllill't6'l' lilo tlflllllil-s opvllvct l-ire, ellsily XX'tlllltll2' tllv Qallllv. Stow: .'Xl'c'lllllc-rv lll. St. le0lK'I't.S 33. ltirsl Row: Y. 'l'ig.i.nli. I. llouu-rs, 'l'. llnlrlu-l. fl, lsl'l!Slll1'l'. I. llousl-r. l.. llmxvrs Nvnml Row- Nl. 1 ogunns. Nllnmuz-r, IQ f-rinvr. Xlr. l.. l.urnn'r. l n.nl1. llli flu-c-I1 uncl XVl1il1- quinlc-l wllillu Jo 0 plnyf-fl ilu- prvlilninury Quin:-s lo llw vursily -tlw .l. Xlfs-was n clulx nolvcl lor ils lliglll unml B lmrll ploy. -lllwir opponc-nls m-xx-r Imll wlml Soulln ciilllllllll Roclm-y ...... fllnynlonl Sl. Rolwrlls . cwlmlfllllllll Sl. Rolwrlls . flpp. 1- zo 2-I 24 IU 25 Z2 llley coulrl saxlvly null cl XYIIIIIIIIQ Ill-lI'LflIl, lu' rilllsf' wllrn all Svvlnvtl losl, lllvy l'0lIlCl lmoumw' rigflll up inlo ml llll'l'klll'Illl1Q posilion very quic'lQly. l.UUlilIlQ UYCI' lllf' X . SK'lll'Cllllf'. NYU llllil llll' rvsulls ol lwo floss- Qanm-s will: Sl. Rolwrlls Re-sf-rves-llw llirsl ol wlrirlm our ,lunior Vnrsily won in un 4-xlru pe-riocl. unrl llw svroml wlmiflm I" llw flrny nncl llluv Rc-se-rvvs ol' llu- flu-slm-r sfllool looli ovf-r lmy an lvw poinls. -l-ln-sv lwo Quan:-s we-rv gem-rally 1'om'e-clvcl lmy fXI'llllIlH'I'f' lollowf-rs ns llw lwsl plays-cl Qunws ol' tlu- Arrlli- e-llc-sl season. For llwm alone- llw plnyf-rs Slllblllll rc-u-ive lllllfll praise. nol lo nn-nlion lln- rc-sl ol llwir lmrcl-louglml rannpnign. l lllltl xlilln :Xpri April April :Xpril lxlny Many ixluy Huy lxlny lxluy Bas ball Xvllilc- ixlr. l:ill'llll'l' moaulu-tl llux NTS. l:nllu-r lxll'l30llIIl'll clirvrlvml llu' X'ill'Slly l'ilINll- elim-s wlux slulwc-cl signs ol lurningj olll ax liirsl rails' lvann. lbvprivvcl ol scwvrall przu'liu's llu' luxys llaul lo wliip inlo slmpv in an llllI'I'B'. Xvt' .Irv sure' llI0llLfll llml llu-y will lurn in n gjmuul mm." Nh I-mlm lucuunl ol llu'insc-lvl-s mul lure-alla llu- iinx lunngf ing ovvr llu- .'Xl'flIl1N'l'!' lvmns lllis yvur, l lnving llulir llirsl Qunu- ol' llu- sc-nson will: llrown llrvp, llu' .'Xrc'lmu-rv lllllt' pluys-cl Qcuul Imll mul lu'lcl llu-ir oppolu-nls llillc-ss unlil llu- svn-nlli inning: lroln lu-rv on il wus rullu'r in mu'-sirlml ulluir, will: llruwn llrf-p Qc-llingj e-lc-vvli runs. 5C llltljl ll' ililu- lumys wlm romposz-rl tlu- lirsl lvmn wx-rv lg-l?,mwn limp .limmy lrrilclnnnn on llu- rvrviving mul willr 22-Smlgl, ling Q'ull,0Ii4- .lim Xvlmlvn pilrliing llwm in. .lov llngc-rc-r. 17--QUIQIF3. .lim llnlc-5' mul Vinrv il-iganii plnyc-ml llu' llirvv 30,-llieru. Sfllool szlflis will: KXIIQPIO l.ul'inn0 ns slumrlslop. ,lolin -1-Ifwm-0,,, l!,u5im.SS Sflmol ixlrswvvimvy, il-lumms ljnlclu-l. mul Dun fy- 7-llivru. Sflmol Donnell clmsvrl llu- long orufs. ll--lS1'illi0IlI lgllSllN'SS Sclumol "3 1.4 QI , . -l7vluwurv .l. X . s -Ciolclfy -Slblllll lfnsl cwilllllllll' IN LU. .iw ww M1 -W V l"rnnl Row: l, lluusvr, Y. iliivgami, Nl. lylimnu-ll, il.. l 3illil'l' llurlc Rom: fiugnl. l. Xvluvlun. lirinvr, l. llailvy. l. lingvrx-r. II llilfunnn-ll, l. l"rilrlnn.un. XY. Nllllllllllll, l. NllSXY1'1'llK'X. .X I.u-a.m.,, l, llmu-rx, Nl.in.iQvr, cl. llclfllltlll. 4 IIHIIIS. Nll'5XY4'l'lN'y. l4illf'X. Kf'fflgilll. lgilktf, CJHICPG, Golf HEN nature puts on her prettiest clothes in Spring, she is especially clelightlul at Archmere. The iclea ol heing nearer to this henevolent lacly helps to malce golf one ol the most enjoyalmle spring sports at our school. The thirty acre campus inclucles a triclcy. hut not too clitlwicult. nine hole course. At some time or another every stuclent at Archmere may he seen enjoying himself hy golfing. Knocking the little white pellet around the grounds carries with it a great cleal ol intrigue and interest. The presence ol the Hanley Trophy, clonated hy the lather ol one ol our former stuclents. has helpecl to raise the enthusiasm ol the hoys. At the time ol the writing there are many speculations going on as to the prohahle winner ol' this prize in the coming tournament. lxlany favor last year's champ, Jim Houser. According to the rules the cup must he won two years in succes- sion to gain permanent possession. As an outgrowth ol' this excitement, a golf team has heen organizerl. The group seen ahove are likely canclidates lor herths on this team. Although, as yet actual arrangements haven't heen made as to outsirle competition with other schools. a few matches are expecterl to he playecl. 38 ,AQTUYII RKIIUI ct Nlllllfll, clfillvf. Ifaclz Row: l. xlilcesell. l, follins. lx. llarrah. R. Arnulnl. XV, xlouquin. U. fiurtin. B. Balm-r, G. Ki-rrigan. lwlqll the huilcling ol' two ol the linest tennis courts in this section, it was only natural that Archmere shoulcl he repre- sentecl in this sport which is steaclily gaining popularity through- out the athletic worlcl. The call lor candidates in this lield was remarlcahly well answerecl in lieu ol the lact that two hasehall teams. ancl a goll' team were lunctioning simultaneously within our small stutlent hotly. lmpressecl with this line showing ol the stuclents. lxlr. Farmer encleavorecl to arrange a series ol matches with some ol the nearlmy schools. However, hecause ol the lmreyity ol' time remaining until summer vacation and the short notice given to arrange a schedule, not as many contests as were ex- pectecl were hooked. Those opponents we are certain to play inclucle Salesianum Catholic High ol Vvilmington and Beacom Business College. which claims a competitive tennis team ol exceptionally high calihre. It arrangements can he possihly marle. l'. S. Dupont High. Nvilmington High. ancl also Chester High will he met. As can he clearly unclerstoocl, the early clate ol this puhlica- tion prevents us lqrom lliltlllllff the actual team which will represent Archmere in tennis anrl any results ol' the matches. lxleyertlleless. iuclging from the earnestness with which these tennis clevotees are practising in their initial clrills. a lull measure ol success may he sallely expectecl from them. The tournament lor the trophy. clonatecl hy lxlr. Alhert Teeter, will he helcl the latter part ol the school year. As is accormling to the usual practice. this cup must he won two years in succession helore anyone may claim permanent possession ol it. 39 T mis 1 l'irst Row: XV. lrhalwr, fi. fiia-sz-ilw, T. llatf I1--I. Si-roml Raw: S. Sinlly, l. l'llt:4'fl'f, l, Xlila-sell, I. lvrilnlmuan B lv NDER tlie clireetion ol Fatlier Sromoyslxy tlie stnrlents en- 0 S 1 ioyecl a yery sueeesslul year ol' lmowling. Soon alter tlle Cllrist- mas lioliclays tlie season got into lull swing. It openecl witli tlie sen- ior tournament in wlaiflm Gus fiieseelie won tlle title ol Uliinq Pin." ln so cloing lie fllilllillll up 872 pins to leaye all otlner rompetilors lar in tlle rear: luis nearest rivals were Bill Baker witll SIQ pins ancl ,loe lxlilcesell ancl James Friteliman witli N12 pins apiefe. Not rontent witlm just winning tlme fllampionslxip, fins toolx tlle lionors lor tlie liigllest game witli 186 as luis top store. As soon as tlie alleys liacl eoolecl oil tlie .lunior tournament was l1elcl. The .Iunior elmamp was Maximo Cagfigal. Tliis was lXlax's lirst year in tlle Uniterl States anil also luis lirst year at lmowlingf. To win tllis title lxlax linoelxecl over S03 pins. not lxatl lor luis lirst test. He was lollowecl lmy Klelcotlca witli HIT pins anrl Hourlry wlio lcnoelxerl over 783. A lmowling team was pielcefl lrom tlie six lligjll men ol tlle Senior Qliyision. Tliis team was eomposecl ol August Gieserlie. Hill Halter. .loe Nlilxesell. .lames Fritrllman. Stan Srnlly, ancl Tliolnas ljateliell. Having a large numlwr ol fic-rmans ancl lrisli in tlle seliool tllese two great nationalities louglit it out on tlie alleys. Plllf' 40 lxoys will: ills- sllori lmir fuls svcmwcl lo lm an lilllv lwllvr lmoxx 1 s ilmn ilu- onvs willl llw lmroguc-. unrl llw vidory wont lo lllfx fs lllilll lil1lS. llll"l'k' XYPN' SFYPHII 0llK'f lllillK'll9S lJf'lNVl"6'll lllf' YilI'l0llN slanlvs ol .lc-rsvy, Delalwanrc-. uml l,f'IlIlSylVilIliil. Alix-r ilu- lournnmenls werv oul ol llw way, l:illllf'l' Sromoxs X lwp! up lllv c'olllpc'liliv0 lmowling lay lvorming il lt'ilf.fll0 in mlm 1-url: class wus rvpresenh-rl lmy ils pricle- uncl joy. VlillPSl" muh ll l00li plilfl' lN'lVV9Pll lJilSli6tlNlll SOHSOII illlil lJilS9l7illl illlil XN'lIPl1l"X Pl' ruin prvvvnlvcl lmsvlmll prurlirv. It sec-rnecl tlle lj. Gfs luxcl just an lilllv foo lllllfll smolw lo lw lwulc-n, illlll0Llf.fll llle l.I'i'SllIllfIl gnu' ilu-nu quite an run- and also an Qoocl score. The Post Crm I. ouml ilu' going! prelly l0llQll against ille climinutive lresllies .nu wvrv quilv luvliy to vlw out in Iwo pin virtory. It rullwr loolxs . s llllbllgjll ilu- pr:-svn! lN'SlllIlill1 floss will clominnlf' llle lxoxxl f in lulure- ye-urs. P. Ufs FFC'Sllllll'll .... .luniors 31'llIOI'S ........ S0pll0lll0l'Q'S XVOI1 Los! 4 0 3 I 2 2 .. I 5 o 4 Pd. 1.000 .730 .300 .230 .000 Ci IJ uvis, ll. llolnlry, .l. D4-wson, fwalgigall, ll. Klvlmollm 41 'Q I "Q L , . 4 , ffvf' +. 1 44 fx' 1 fx ads-Juli? 334318: W viwfix s, 'Q' My f f F k ,az wx A W " :lf 1 - f 3 ' 58? vi ' q xp. Yew? ff - f- . 'W 2 :':.Q.' .E ,wa ' ai, ,, , - N . ..,,M.,N,,Myigsxiw Q!g3H,5, ..: , ,riff 'ff k I . . I, ,,x,,,,w,i, i 42 QD H3 Q ZA N H Z ZA T H GD N S -r I llln NIIIWII I uullx hh: rv 35 V' -S v A Vg,- ,RIIIIPS Sllvil l.cI1lc1rinf'lri f ,. The Patio U:ronl R Staff owl Uliolzczl-1 CYURTIN, lfusinvss fxlrumgvr ROSS IXRNOLD, Humor lfclilor .lmnzs Sum, lfrlilor in Flnivf .IOHN IDIWVSON, liusinvss Slaff .losrami BUXVICRS, Art Eclifor KBIICIQ 'eollli FRANCIS liovmi, Organizations Lxwklixcl-3 Chrrrak, S AIARTI' ' porls ffffilor rx Cm1u,xN' N' 5, f H't'lllllHOII blur 44 IUQPI' The Choir Vlwlu- lu-iglil ol ilu- Clu1ir's f-nie-rlaxilmu-nt vanu- at Clirislmus wlu-n an Cwillllillil wus pre-smile-tl. Tlu- musiful storm- wus wriih-I1 I,-dllwr Sr llllll, vsky auul i'0llilll4'll'Cl lmy lfuilu-r Sronuwsliy. ixlr. .lolin Fleck. soloisl. in Di' f'f' ff-" wus supports-cl lay in lill0FllS of c-quul voires. 1 Vlilu- rnlilulu in ils iiu'c-plinn wus simply an musiful rf-rilntion I U ' ' " 'iilumul notion. lt wus lmrouglii to pc-rle-flion in ilu- J W A ' ' H' cle-l mul ljmrli we-rv NW' ol in simy xx ' ln' ilu- llnliuns. Qurissmu. an :Till 41-uiury Y auxumg llu- num- lunu-cl romposc-rs. Vlilu- ilu-nw ol' ilu- ulllinlu wus ilu- Nuiivily Tlu- op:-I ilu- srori- is ilu- lllllSil'ill picture- ol' ilu- lougjing ol ilu- .lf-ws ' lxll'SSiilll, sung lry ilu- rlumir. liullowc-cl lay an lmriiulu- si . ylnlu- si-rmul sc-rliou vonsisls ol an slumri ini:-rllulv lc-uclilug in an lu- u-usus ul likqllllxllixlll, ilu- iourlu-y ol' Nlury llu- fllllil' sings an Mr- ll-lm lilvflx Snvluisl n-c'iiuiix'i- ulmul I 'uul .losc-pll. mul ilu- lmirlli ol ,lc-sus: ilu-rc-upon ' A cle-scripliou ol llu- slu-plu-rcls . nu-tlilulion on ilu- llliiilfllilllllll. ff ln' llu- soloisl. ilC'K'0l1lllillli6Cl lmy zu mg is ilu- XYilli'lliIlLf ilu-ir lloflis is sun, 1 ilu-mv ol an puslorul unlurc- in ilu- inslrunu-nls. Follow' 3 song ul ilu- Ang:-ls sung lay ilu- lull flumir. Tlu- vuluuiu rlosc-cl wiill lull rlulrus mul iusirunu-nis. llulc-1-rl lllis was mu- ol ilu- numsl lu-uulilul IIlllSiC'ill illivrprviax- lions ew-r pri-sc-lui-cl lay ilu- Arvluiu-rv musirul orgunizulion, Sn-ulml. lr. Srullmvslq. ljilvclur, Slllllllillfli Nlr. flvllrii-u, l. I'-fillll' mun. fi. furliu. l.. f:lIl1'l', l"r. Nlllnlll. I'1lfIllI'f, Sllllly. l. l'ug4-rc-r. l. Ra-isilu-r, ixlr. lil:-ali, I . . J I I 45 Y, latlln-r Nolan limultv ,lrlviwr 'Z f I ' I The Green A Xvlien llie Mfireen :Xrc lin stall was reorgjanizecl in St'l1l1'llllNf lry l:atlier Nolan. tht- Niall aclviser, live journalists ol tlle stall '30 were on llancl. lrrom tliese live. tlie eclitors were pimlucl .lamea Collins, .'j, was amointerl to tlle resmonsilnle :ost ol 1 I I I I -li"""N lhllmx lirlitor-in-Cllieli. lilor in fvlliel ' . lssues were clistrilmutecl lXYIl'0 a lllillllll. :Xa is tlle custom tlie junior memlmers ol tlie stall pulplisliecl several issues ol tlie paper to- lxetter arquaint tliemselves witli tlie worlc tliey will per lorm next year. An atltlitional leature ol Ita- paper was iirliatterlmxfi a lively amount ol tht- llN'lllf'lllS01ii'lIfl'lliLf in, or conneftecl witll tlie sc liool or stuclent lmocly. iliimely topics anal important notices were lmrouglit to tlie attention ol tlle SlllflPlllS lmy tlie well-written ancl elilertive eclitorials. wllirll clicl not go unlieemlecl. il-lie stall llN'llIlN'I'5 worlu-rl in llilrllllilly witll eacll otller anal turnecl out a paper ol XYllllll tlie entire srliool liilll well lie proucl. nlueli ol tlle stall-is Slli'4't'SS can lie attrilmutecl to l:atlier Nolan. Xvitliout luis lielplul arlviee. tlie paper woulcl never liave enioyeml Nigilkrlhlilll Html" l' l Hllmi' Ilie suwess tliat it flirt, ln parting we wisli all tlie Qoocl luxlc Slflvulillur I- ltenwll- In 52HliIH'i. V, possilmle to our Slll'Cf'SS0l'S, ancl llope tliat tllev will lla-llgisaer, l, llaley. XV. Nlouquin, 5. - U - ly,,,mg,,,.,, QQ. K,.,,5g,,,,' 5, K,.,,gg,,,,- ll lfillllllllll we liave worlcerl lor. IXIIYXITN. V barry on tlle -III The Arclhmme Players C lxllln-I Srullmx ' . risvr I'rlz'lIllx ll' .Lx ls lllw .xI'lklllll1'l'l' l,l.nyz-rs nu-I in Alilffll .xml lf-ah-cl ,lmm-s Collins, llrvsiclvnl, .xml Blurlin f UQQNIIS. Svu'vl.nl'y. l'l.nllwr STUIIIUYSIQB' .mal 5lr. XII Illllll lllilx llmlx xxvrc' lurlllly .ulvisvr .xml clirvvlor rvspw- IJi.'.-.-hw liv.-ly Hlln-vzy 5lonu-y." lmy l':llLfl'Ilfx l:i4-lcl, una ..-I.-.1.-.I lim' ilu- nlllllllqll play. cNUVl'l0ll purls wvrv gixvn lo Ilmsr- wlm rvm.xim-cl ulllvr ilu c'on1p1-lilix'f- lrwnlls wvrv I..-I.l. Vlglmsv in ilu' pl'0flll4'll0ll, 1-vvn In lllv smanllc-sl pnrl. pc-rllurnwcl mlnnrnlmly, .xml lmy lln-ir 1-lllorls flu- pluy was al sllrrvss. llul :ml ..II lllis luvisll praise- nm lu- I..-...N-.I on only lln- aulors. .Xlll'Illl0Il .mil llmnlxs musl. mul .Irv QlY1'll in cluv Ill1'nlSllI'1'. lo ilu- nm-mlwrs wlm FOIIIA pm.-.I lllv slufjv svl umlvr ilu' SlllJ1'l'X'lSl0ll ul 5lr. l:ill'IHQ'l'. Sl'l'lIl'l'y wus llilllfl-Illillll' .mtl q 1-It lv rl ll S I , vx. 1 r V Y 5 ll I 'AFUIII IQIPIVT llllflhl, IJPXXSUII, pmn cf , IL I mg xl u N xxu: 4150 llhllhlglll mx lv 'lfrmlm' Nl. Q-dgigdl' lj. Bali ilu- nu-mlwrs ol ilu- sc-t. ,lwllt'l'l'lllll'K', in ills- lrlu- l""'l""' IA' 5""l""i' lx' fi"P4l"" .. .. llmlc Row: l. lim..-r., fwullills sc-use' ol lllv wurll llrm-zy'Xlc1l1e-y was solc-ly illl ll. Q1,.,,,,.,.,. lg. ,X,,,,,j,l' g .'xl'lllllll'I'l' prmllulion. SILmlJ"gg""'r' l" lv' 47 Mothers Guild AT the lirst meeting ol the lvlothers Guild, lxlrs. James Haley was elected president and hlrs. .lames Houser was elected secretary. A lall entertainment, consisting of a Card and Bingo party to he held on Novemher 19, was planned. The affair was a huge success. at- tracting one ol the largest crowds ever to at- tend an event ol this sort. The proceeds were comhinecl into the lund lor the tennis courts, which were erected hy the joint elilorts ol the hflothers and Fathers Cluhs of last year. Another Card and Bingo party was given on April gilt. The unsellish devotion ol these mothers to the cause ol helping our school will always remain a source ol' inspiration to us in later years and draw the honds ol' relation- ship hetween us closer. lvlay God always lceep and protect our dearest friends and most help- ful comrades-our mothers. The Fathers Club DL.lRlNC1 its second year ol organization the Fathers Club time and again showed its desire to unite in a still closer union with the student and the school. The success ol their plan is evident, and it will always serve as remem- hrance oi our Fathers. This devoted hand was always ready to assist in anything planned hy the school or its organizations. At ioothall games and card parties: at shows and various other social lunctions, the Fathers showed us a real school spirit. T 25.-if Q5 VU 1 Q 1 ' Qi T. i1iX l N fi, FEATURES CQ I5 Pautrmns and Patronesses MR. AND MRS. D. I.. ISALLANTYNE MR. I.. A. BROSMER MRS. J. F. CAVANAUGH MRS. CATHERINE CLEARY MRS. AGNES COGGANS MR. AND MRS. JOHN F. COLLINS MR. AND MRS. COUGHLAN MR. AND MRS. ROBERT CURTIN MRS. I.. A. DEGGINGER MR. AND MRS. JOHN J. HALEY MR. AND MRS. GUY E. HARMON MR. AND MRS. JAMES HENRY MR. AND MRS. EUGENE HOUDRY MR. AND MRS. J. HOUSER MRS. RAYMOND M. KEATING MR. AND MRS. D. A. MULLEN MR. AND MRS. J. O'CONNEI.I MRS. JULIA V. SHEA MR. EMIDIO CASTELLY 50 A fx xl.. Q K ,..aj. ........--4 SARONY, INC. 1206 Chestnut Street PHILADELPHIA, PA. OFFICIAL PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR TI-IE RETROSPECT PHONE: PENNYPACKER R771 MERCHANT PATRUNS II LOUIS H. DOUGHERTY OO. IH GREENWOOD BOOKSHOP II ll LEVY'S SHOE STORE I HARRY F. MELLON PAPPERMAN aa IARRELL WASHINGTON HOUSE RESTAURANT THE CLAYMONT TAILOR gn McHUGH ELECTRIC CO. A FRIEND THE BEE HIVE COMPANY DUPONT BUILDING CIGA RS OF QUALITY I I-:od C3 DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED I BOX TRADE A SPECIALTY .. - .--I Think ,Em Over! twost Popular Fellow .... Best Personality ....... . Best Stuclent ............., Best Sportsmanslrip ...... Best Friend ......... Neatest Fellow .... . Most Optinlistic ...... lwost Energetic ..... . Most Serious .... Best Atlzlete ..... Wfifziesf .... Quietest ....... Happiest ...... Best Actor Best Dancer ...... Most Collegiate ............. Vvlio Makes Us Laugh? Most inventive ........ Rough and Ready Spore Enflwsiasz ..... . Mail-bug ....................... Strictly A Gentleman ...... Best Talker Ut ........,.... A. W. O. L. ............ . The Ol' Philosopher ..... 54 UN POUR TO ..........l.xMEs COLLINS .......ANor:Lo LUCIANO ......JAMEs COLLINS ........S1'ANLEv SCULLY US ET TOUS POUR NOUS ...........lDAVID OLIVER ..............I-ARRY CUT!-:R HIJANIEL CJ'IDONNELL CEUILLAUME NIOUQUIN .......JOsePH UNGERER .......ROss ARNOLD .......IOSEPH INIIKESELL ......l-EVAN BOWERS ........JAMES Sum ........ROSs ARNOLD ......JAMEs HALRY ...........J,xMEs Sum ........IOSEPH BOWERS UEDVVARD JURKOWSKI .........FRANClS BOYLFI .....GORDON BROSMER .......M.AxR1'lN Ct0GGANS .......GEORGE CURTIN .......tAMEs FRITCHMAN .......AucusT GIESECRH Patten hlamma tl1ose definitions are here again: Acme: To question or uacme a question." Adam: Smallest thing in chemistry. Atoms: Second President ot the United States. Balm: Hoho, as uyouse is a halmf' Diploma: A man you get when the pipes hust. Hygiene: Exclamation ol welcome to Jean. Pest: Opposite ot Iuture. ri: ak wk Snappy ending . . . elastic. :R if That certain person: ...lust thinlcl Statistics show that every time l breathe, someone dies." The other guy: "VVhy don't you try Lis- terineyn wk FF Pt: I put my trust and iaith in you, l thought on you l could rely. But now l'm disillusioned, And wish that I might clie. I made you my ideal, you see, Ami so l copied you. I should have copied someone else You see. llm llunlcing, tool Uh, what lceeps every freshman From hrealcing under the strain? Oh, what keeps each poor freshman From hecoming quite insane? Oh, what Iceeps timid freshmen From softening ot the hrain? Nothing! A little old woman hent over the cheruh in the crih and cooed: "O-o. You loolc so sweet. I could eat you." The hahy loolced up at her with his innocent hlue eyes and said: mlqhe heclc you could, you t,lon't have any teeth." Arches "Hell, yes," said the devil as he answered the phone. Coggans: 'Shea iust had a terrihle accident. All his teeth got smashedf' Bowers: "Wins he hurt had?" Coggans: "He doesnt lcnow I stepped on them yet. He's still asleep." One ol the hoys was Ioragging ahout his new watch. Finally one oi us decided we couldnt stand it any longer. The resulting conversa- tion toolc place. One-ol'-us: "Why, last year I dropped my watch in the Delaware River and it has been running ever since." The hoasttul one said in a surprised tone, -lwllhil The same watch?" As we slowly left the room, we softly said, "No, the Delaware." Vve go to school to improve our llaculties. Our instructors are our faculty. Therefore we go to school to improve our instructors. Little Audrey was in a newspaper plant in New Yorlc. Vvhile she was there a madman came in. seized little Audrey, and threw her into the press. But little Audrey just laughed and laughed. hecause she lmew she wasn't the type. :iz :lc Arnold: "VVho is that letter lvrom, Bros?" Brosmer: uxwhat do you want to lcnow lor?" Arnold: Ml-here you gol Vvhat do I want to lmow tor? Bros, you're the most inquisitive person l know." Horace Greeley said: GGGO West, Young Man, Go West IF you are looking for a college education that will include: A change of scene and associations, A recognized A.B. or Sc.B. degree, A democratic college life in a cliquefless atmosphere, A chance at intercollegiate football, basketball or boxing, An intensive intramural sport program, R.O.T.C. training leading to a Lieutenancy in the U. S. Army Reserve Corps, Several opportunities for dramatic experience each year, Practical work on the college paper as well as journalism courses Participation for singers or speakers on weekly radio programs Memhcrship in the military hand for musicians, AND all for less than S550 a yearfincluding tuition, room, hoard, etc. HART, WRITE to: THE REGISTRAR St. Norbert College West De Pere, Wisconsiii 199 MURRAY'S SCHAFFNER at MARK CLOTHES COMPLIMENTS Chester, Perma. of l THE ALLIANCE OF ir CATHOLIC WOMEN COMPLIMENTS OF PHILADELPHIA of l FIRST FORM ir JOHN W. GAINOR GENERAL CANVAS WORK AWNINGS AND TENTS HANGING AND REPAIRING BROOKLAND TERRACE, ROUTE 1, WILMINGTON, DEL. Phone: 'Z-7486 J. A. MONTGOMERY INSURANCE COAST TO COAST SERVICE Du Pont Building WILMINGTON, DELAWARE Phone: 6561 Delaware Auto Body Co. AUTO, TOP AND BODY VJORK Painting, Duco and Dulux Refinishing Vandever Ave. and Mable St. Wilmington, Del. J. SERVING PAUL VJ. HANKLE Phone: 32614 The PIIIIIIJS-Tll0HlllS0ll Co. 200-202 East Fourth Street Wilmington. Delaware 0 SEEDS f FERTILIZERS f SALT FLOUR ' GRAIN f FEED COAL f COKE f FUEL OIL gg .V1i'sHLIU'l Hi ,Q 2 TAGGART Sr LA GE, Inc. INSURANCE In All Its Branches 907 Orange Street, Wfilmington, Delaware Phones: S368-8369 TULIP TIME AT HOME BUSH FARM You are cordially invited tu visit our display of Tulips nt Honiehush Farm, near NVest Chas' ter, Pai. In gi lovely natural setting are planted three hundred fifty varieties of thc world's iinest Tulips, including all the good wellfknown kinds :ind many new ones, some of which have never helore hecn exhihited in this country. Invitations, with road map, will he mailed at the proper time, upon request. A complete hulh czitzxloguc. heaiutifiilly illus' traited in color, will he ready soon. Reserve your copy now. The BEST in BULBS since 1892 Hosea Waterer 714 Chestnut St. Philadelphia. Pa. FULTON PAPER COMPA N Y 107 East 4th Street WILMINGTON, DELAWARE Roofing-Heating-Air Conditioning Refrxeration-Oil Burners ,L E. Worlilllali, Inc. Office and Shops, 1316 Union St. Showroom, 219 W. 9th St. WILMINGTON, DEL. Phone: 8581 More Fallen Arches ? .loe Bowers: utrather. do you thinlc it's right to punish people tor things they haven't clone?" Father Savageau: "Why, ot course not. Joe." Bowers, .l.: UVVell, l cliclrft clo my home- work." Slf HC if Father Hurley: uVVhat author is notecl tor his large vocahularylf' Fritchmann: "Webster, Father." 24 84 Sk At the hrealctast tahle: lt loolcs lilce rain toclay. Hut. nevertheless it's cotiee. Sk tl! it lxlf. O'B.: HCTQOTQS, have YOU had ECOIIOIH- ics?" Cleorge: UNO, just measles ancl chiclcen-poxf' lxlilcesellz "Boyle was out raising the tlevil the other night." Collins: party?" lvlilcesellz "No: spiritualistic meeting." as FF :ie hir. Farmer: "Quite a numher ol' plants and llowers have the pretix 'clogf For instance the 'clog-wood' and 'clog-rose' are well lcnown. Can anyone name another?" Wilson: ucollie-tlowersf' :ie as an Then there was the Bromo-Seltzer lcing whose tizz was his fortune. Vvhen a fellow gets so tat he can't get into a telephone laooth. there's no use tallcing. And still more cietinitions: Ashtray: Something in which you put cigar- ette hutts when the room hasn't a floor. Asset: A small clonlcey. Colt: What malces you horse. Greek: A llowing stream. Roman: Not staying in one place. Symmetry: Place where cieacl people are huried. Thursday: How you feel when you neecl a cirinlc. as as as A Conlleclerate solclier twith apologies to lVlr. Farmerl was shot tor wearing a union suit. is SF 214 First Coil macle the worlcl ancl rested: then Gocl macle man ancl restecl: then God mafle woman and neither Cori nor man has restecl since. OOEY-GOOEY WAS A WORM. A NOBLE VVORM WAS HE. HE SAT UPON A RAILROAD TRACK. THE TRAIN HE DID NOT SEE. O-O-E-Y-CLO-O-E-Y. Frosll: "Do you worlc in the summer time? Soph: "Yeah, l worlc in the summer time: l sell something." Frosh: uvvhat clo you sell?" Soph: "Salt," Frosh: "flee, l'ln a salt seller too." Soph: "VVell, well, then let's shake... Scully: "l had to pay cash hetore they'cl give me the hotel room. They said my hag- gage was too emotional." Guter: ult was what?" Scully: "Emotional, see. Easily moved." n Joseph Bancroft joseph Bancroft 86 Sons Joseph Bancroft 86 Sons Co. 1831 1865 1889 JOSEPHiBANCROFT H11 d SONS COMPANY WILMINGTON, DELAWARE Bleachers, Dyers and Finishers of Cotton Piece Goods Makers of the world known BANCROFT'S SUN-FAST HOLLANDS, a window shade material that is unaffected by constant exposure to the rays of the sun. AILMHWS ESTATE MAINTENANCE LANVNS SI-I RU BBERY EVERCREENS LANDSCAPE WORK Reference 825 Washingtoim Street WILMINGTON. DEL. Phone: 20793 1 BUICK, CHEVROLET FRIGIDAIRE, DELCO OIL BURNERS Wilmington Auto Sales Co. 221 W. IOTI-I STREET WILMINGTON, DEL. HARRIMAN Sl KEECH Menmhcrs New York Stock Exchange DELAWARE TRUST BUILDING WILMINGTON, DEL. Phone: 6241 u -Q Wi in ,gg 1:-Ye 55 iii U2 ix 4'-1-Q.. MODERN HOME INSULATORS DIVISION OF DIAMOND BURNER CO. 817 MARKET STREET - WILMINGTON, DELAWARE 'k Eagle Rock Wocnl home insulation will cut your fuel hills 1'i'Z,f2'i'Z, and will keep your home warm in winter and cool in summer. We would he glad to give an estimate on the cost of insulating your home. I LAWSON-BERL CO., INC. THE GENERAL INSURANCE , SURETY BONDS GENERAL TIRE . . 257 Delaware Trust Building Wilmington, Delaware . Phone: 36252 C, W, Haze, K REED si BROTHER Contractors and Builders DISTRIBUTOR Carpenter and Masonry Work WILMINGTON, DEL. Jobbing of All Kinds Neatly Executed Telephone: 6358-6359 702 ORANGE STREET WILMINGTON, DELAWARE L ,- -M ..--.-.ll Jokes? A teacher called for a sentence using the word nbeansf' The bright boy said. "iVly father grows beans." Another pupil said, uiwly mother coolcs beans." A third let loose with, I-We are all human beans." 24 if 914 A coach is a fellow who is always ready to lay down your life ior his school. ek P14 if One oi our students is noted as a reckless driver. ln iact when the road goes the same way he does it's a coincidence. Pif :if Sk Don't you worry if your job is small And your rewards are few, Remember how the mighty oalc Was once a nut lilce you. PK tk Gil Niost students are lilce lcerosene lamps: not very bright, smolce, and often go out at night. H4 PK 24 hir. O'Brien: Uvvhat was the iormer ruler ol Russia called? Oliver: "Czar." hir. O'B.: "Correct: and what was his wilae called?" Oliver: uCzarina." Nir. O'B.: uRight, and what were the Czar's children called?" Oliver: "Czardinesu Lab: What disappears when you stand up. Convex: State prisoners. Prism: A penal institution where the convex are lcept. Hollow: The first word spolcen in a telephone conversation. This column has discovered that a cold can be aiiirmative or negative. Sometimes the eyes have it and sometimes the nose. vii Sk bk We heard the other day a story about the son of a Communist who played truant and stayed away from school because oi class hatred. Prof. O'Brien: ul have pleasure in giving you an 4812" ixiouquin: "Aw, malce a -I00' and enjoy yourself." 54 22 As a child, one oi the boys was very care- less with his clothes. When his mother saw his clothing scattered about on the chair and lioor one morning. she inquired: UVVho didn't hang up his clothes when he went to bed?" From beneath the blanlcets came the muln- lled response: "Adam." Fr. Sromovslcy: "And so we find 'X' to equal Stuge: uGee, and all that worlc lor nothing." :R ae as "Are you a Prep School boy?H "No, sir: a horse just stepped on my hat." 24 :if ik Fr. hlac: "VVhat lcind ol children go to heaven?" Stuge: "Dead ones." ak 5: 5: Nlore definitions: Bridges: High class word for trousers. bflartyr: Nlixture oi sand and cement. iwlitosis: Things that get cold in the winter. Ph.D.: piled high and deep. Valerlictorian: A wind instrument in the Senior class. TI-E ff QE' E DEQJESS IND Now at 210 W. EIGHTH STREET Same Phone 2-2204 Lubrication Willard Batteries and Heaters IGNITION SERVICE COMPLIMENTS OF Washing and Polishing YELLOW TAXI INC. Jas. G. Carr, Mgr. Traynor 81 Devel' INCORPORATED General Automobile Repairing 5 I 1123 French Street WILMINGTON, DEL. Bus. l'l'wnc: 11920 Rus. Phones: 7859, 33790 Dial Wilnuiimgtmmnm S151 4 ' WALL PAPER DECORATORS t WHOLESALE as RETAIL BROMLEY'S su SHIPLEY STREET WILMINGTON 1500 Designs and Colorings from Which to Select Bus. Phone P7812 Res. Phone 34854 'E I -I ,A . .st-Q V X M ,,,- t t N : '9:" K, , v El! ,KNIT wf. we il X 9l?LflJ. 'IWMW -:lm la: 4: If-A I 'fi w x llxv ' 'x .X , . 'T W 1af . 53 - a ff' P-'av 'gina'1.wf?,f.i?Lf-5'1f1,:f-5'ifQ"5I?'15, fs ' 'iii-LHPF'-if-1.3 Q1--jaw ' ' ROBERT F. ENGLER, Inc. ENGINEERS BUILDERS GENERAL CONTRACTING ClIlZEl1,S Bank Building GAS AND ELECTRICITY ARE YOUR CHEAPEST SERVANTS USE THEM! Delaware Power SI Light Company Wilmington, Delaware E. R. HAMILTON ELECTRICAL CONTRACTOR 304 West Eighth Street WILMINGTON, DEL. COMPLIMENTS OF DELAMORE DAIRY MILK AND CREAM HOMEMADE ICE CREAM o 1810 Lancaster Avenue WILMINGTON, DEL. I Dial 2,7224 DYER, HUDSON 81 CO. B R O K E R S BONDS f STOCKS f GRAIN f COTTON f COFFEE 61 Broadway New York City Established 1874 Members Wilmington Office New York Stock Exchange Cable Address Hotel dnPont New York Curb Exchange DYHUDSON Wlll!Ill1glKJI1, Del. New York Cotton Exchange A, RUSSELL Telephone 7321 Chicago Board of Trade Manager Finest Quality R E Y N O L D S 703 MARKET STREET I SODA CANDY LUNCHEON BAKED GOODS I-lORISK'S, Inc. Exclusive Grocers for 71 years 206-08 West 8th Street COMPLIMENTS of A FRIEND P. J. BUTLER FURNITURE CO. 219 and 221 Market Street Wilmington, Del. Phone: 27226 john Wanamaker said: "The difference between the clerk who spends all his salary and the clerk who SAVES part of it is the difference - in ten years Y between the owner of a busi- ness and the man out of a job." Your Savings Account Is Respectfully Solicited I INDUSTRIAL TRUST COMPANY Tenth and Shipley Streets MEMBER OF THE FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION HOB E SEN If you work for a man, in heavens nainc work for him. If he pays wages that supply you your lwread and hutter, work for him, speak well of him, think well of him, stand by him, and stand hy the institution he rep' resents. I think if I worked for a man, I would work for him. I would not work for him a part of his time, hut all of his time. I would give an undivided service or none. If put to the pinch, an ounce of loyalty is worth a pound of cleverness. If you must vilify, conf demn, and eternally disparage, why, resign your position, and when you are outside, damn to your heart's content. But I pray you, so long as you are a part of an institu- tion, do not condemn it. Not that you will injure the institution f not that ef hut when you disparage the concern of which you are a part, you disparage yourself. And don't forget, "I forgot" won't do in business. flflhert Huhhard. BOOST ARCHMERE BOOST THE BOYS BOOST THE FACULTY 4,tXGAN,, W 4' D 9 1 -I 7 og' A Dependable House Selling Quality Liquors ff f if J. V. TIGANI, Ima. Wholesale Distributors LIQUORS : WINES : BEER -1409 FRENCH STREET WILMINGTON, DEL. PHONE 3-6191 WILMINGTON SHEET METAL WORKS, Inc. SHEET METAL CONTRACTORS METAL CEILINGS 507 TATNALL STREET WILMINGTON, DELAWARE COMPLIMENTS of BENJAMIN F. SHAW COMPANY MICHAEL A. MEALEY 86 SON INCORPORATED FUNERAL DIRECTORS KEIL MOTOR COMPANY Wilmington, Delaware COSTUMES AND CAPS AND GOWNS TO RENT O When you rent either costumes or caps I and gowns -- they are clean - authentic - rightly priced - you are then ac' quaintcd with MILLER COSTUMIER Gordon L. Miller, Associate 236 South 11th Street, Philadelphia, Pa. , Bell Phone: 1892 l 0 NOTE: All costumes used in our plays and caps and gowns are furnished hy MILLER COSTUMIER l PARKINSONS A for fine foods ' 2001-03 DELAWARE AVENUE Phone: 7385'86f87f88f89 STEINWAY and KIMBALL PIANOS S195 up usls GEWEHR'S BUDGET PLAN GEWEHR PIANO COMPANY 216 West 9th Street Phone 7159 DELAWARES ONLY DEALER COMPUMENTS .if B. J. PRI C E 0 WHOLESALE MEATS . CHESTER. PA. RPLES I 'The Velvet Kimi' QILAYMONIT PHARMACY Umlcr tlic lvlaiiiagcmcnt of FRANK BOURN i i l ROBERT R. 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