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Page 28 text:
JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS
R. Whifney B. Shields R. Carmody J. Blake
Vice Pres. Secrefary Pres. Treasurer
JUNIOR CLASS DIARY
Sepf. I947 -- Dear Diary: '
Having had an enioyable summer vacafion, I am now enfering my
Junior Year af Arnold College, which is permanenfly Iocafed af fhe pic-
furesque sife of Pond Poinf, Milford, on fhe shores of Long Island Sound.
Everyone spenf fhe -firsf few days greefing oId friends, discussing fheir
pasf summer acfivifies and frying fo sfraighfen ouf fhe I947-48 courses.
Whaf do you fhink I found running around on fhe adioining grounds? A
fuII-fIedged foofbaII feam, ArnoId's firsf since ifs ferminafion during
World War II, under fhe direcfion of Coach Ray Sfovialc.
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Berl' Barbeau leaves her hearl' behind.
Rosemarie DePalma leaves 'rhis lime wi+hou1' worrying aboul'
having an excuse for Dr. Brefzfelder.
Al Semenkovifch leaves his abili+y 'ro gel along wi+hou+
Joe Wiser leaves a pe+i+ion +o be signed.
Joe Vilale leaves a "man made law."
Jennie Ama'ro leaves her fasl' lalk and polilical chaHer.
Si Googel leaves his palernal manner.
DoHie CorbeH leaves 1'he answer unknown +o +he ques'I'ion:
"Are you s'l'ill going lo be a horse doc'ror?"
Winnie Valh leaves 'rhe secrel of her success in praclice 'reach-
ing lchild psychologyl.
Na+ Smolen leaves her giff +o gab behind.
AI Juslice leaves his fai+h in humanily.
Bill Innes leaves his quie'r and unassuming manner lo 1'he Junior
Wall Pelers leaves his slrong will +o +hose who need il.
Frank Crisafi leaves his honors +o po+en'rial coaches.
Bill Irons leaves his "fallen Arch" lcarl +0 +he ardenl drivers
Jack Vels was waifing for a senior of lasl' year's class +o leave
him gym credils +o graduale.
Bill Ressler leaves his everlasling sense of humor.
To Miss Baldwin - - - we leave you wilh a new cour+ of lrials.
To Mr. For+ney - - - we leave a man who +akes up liH'le space
and never slays in iusl' one place.
To Miss Ross - - - we leave you wilh our respec'I' and admiralion.
To "Doc" Glasser - - - we leave you +he problem of progressive
To Mr. Sheppard - - - we leave you 'rhe spiri+ of song.
To "Doc" Brelzy - - - we leave you "overworked and so - - -
To Miss Gilberl' - - - we leave you a Dick Tracy +0 find 88 keys.
DOROTHY R. CORBETT
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Ocl. I947 -- Dear Diary:
I have 'Finally procured all of my 'lexl' books and am now deeply
engrossed in my sludies. This is +he year when l begin my preparalion
in educafional and physical subiecfs.
Mrs. Barber's dancing class is proving +o be very popular wi'l'h mosf
of +he lighl-'fooled fufure coaches. Somefhing lells me everyone's mind
is no'r on l'he dancing sleps buf a demons'rra+ion by 'rhe ins'l'ruc+or is
ln a spiriled vo'I'ing session lhe class officers and various commil-
fees were elecled. By popular vole lhe Sophomore officers were re-
elecledz Pres., Bob Carmodyg Vice-Pres., Dick Whi'l'neyg Sec'y., Belly
Shields, Treas., Jack Blake. Sfudenl' Council: R. Tricarico, P. Wagner, T.
Doohan. Social Comm.: Headed by A. Berlrand and assisled by T. Leary,
G. Esposi+o, M. Papa, J. Donahue. The all impor+an+ posifion as Edifor
of l'he College Year Book was awarded +o Dick Lynch, who accep+ed fhe
responsibilify of choosing his own s'l'a'Ff.
Anolher miles+one in +he rehabililalion of Arnold was +he breaking
of ground for lhe new gymnasium.
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