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BASKETBALL Basketball as well as football showed a great improvement over former years. The complete record for the season show- ed fifteen victories and six defeats. Credit must be given to Harold Cummings, form- er coach, and Kenneth MacKenzie, who guided the boys throughout most of the season. Most of the defeats came from Class B and very strong C-D teams. Only twice was Berlin defeated by teams in their own class. Members of the team were Captain Domkowski, Callahan, Cugno, Orrechio, Knope, Gardner, Ai vano, Gelmini, Sadey, and Rusczyk. FOOTBALL For the first time in the history of Berlin High School the football team got started and lost but two times during the whole season. Seniors occupied varsity line except for one end. Patterson was elected Captain and, when he was put out of the game because of injury, Scagliotti was chosen as co-captain. Lettermen were: Patterson, Scagliotti, Callahan, Sadey, Burwell, Dodson, Derlaga, Motyka, Cugno, Benson, Mc- Queeney, O’Brien, Lemieux, Orrechio, Baearro, and Bighinnatli.
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STUDENT COUNCIL The Student Council, supervised by Miss Dorothy M. Small, has had a very suc- cessful year. The Board is representative of the four classes and the major organi- zations of the school. Its chief functions are the supervising of general discipline and the coordinating of all school activi- ties. The members are as follows: Richard Scagliotti, President; Richard Patterson, Vice-President; Arline Cote, Secretary; Rita Fagan, Treasurer; Anne Klotz; Grant Dodson; Harry Winchell; Elwood Johnson; Albert Scagliotti; Alfred Pulilo; Dorothy Potts; and Harold Corr. BEACON STAFF The Berlin High School Beacon, which was published semi-monthly during the past year, has proved to be both beneficial and entertaining to many outsiders as well as to the student body. The success of our paper may be attributed to the unceasing efforts of our staff and super- visors. The Editor-in-Chief was Arline Cote; her staff was as follows: Lenore Carbo, Harry Winchell, Anne Klotz, Helen Savage, Barbara Steed, Hope De- More, Helen Senkawalk, Norman Benson, Frances Kriwacki, Virginia Wells, Thelma Tardette, Alfred Pulito, Verna Johnson, Samuel Valenti, Pat Jean Lawrence, Robert Edgerly, Muriel Blackburn, Mary Notaro, Norman Johnson, Roger Burwell, Harold Yantz, Anthony Masselle, Anne Edwardson, Robert Werdelin, James Fagan, and Joseph Stankis. The faculty advisers were: Miss Dorothy R. Kennedy and Mr. Henry C. Anderson.
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CLASS WILL We, the Class of 1939, of the Berlin High School, Town of Berlin, County of Hartford, and Slate of Connecticut, do with unclouded intellect and clear memory, hereby declare this to be our last will and testament rendering illegal all previous bequests. To the Board of Education we issue a promissory note to repay them for sleepless nights spent in our behalf. To Mr. Wilcox we leave our gratitude for his earnest efforts to make our four years of high school a worth- while foundation for our future plans. To Mr. Deming we bequeath an aspirin for every headache caused by his talkative homeroom. To Miss Kennedy we leave a continual supply of shorthand pads. To Miss Claudelin we bequeath a fire extinguisher for all future field trips. To Mr. Mitchell we leave a book entitled “Typewriting in Ten Easy Lessons”. To Miss Pratt w r e leave a rubber stamp marked with an “F” for failing pupils. To Mr. Hardy we leave a device to remove dents from his car. To Miss Barnes we leave a key for her desk to prevent the disappearance of her papers. To Mr. Robinson we bestow a supply of new games to replace “Coffee Pot”. To Mr. Vasquez we bequeath a brand new Austin to replace his oversized Packard. To Miss Bunce we leave a chauffeur to assist her in her many driving mishaps. To M iss Wright we leave serum to build up her resistance against all future epidemics. To M iss Le an we bequeath an automatic linoleum block press to help fill future Christmas Card orders. To Mr. Anderson we leave a megaphone to make his voice audible at Beacon Press meetings. To M iss Small we leave a private office with a staff of efficient secretaries to help her in her duties as Dean of Girls. To Mr. Harris we leave a sound-proof music room so his budding musicians will not disturb commercial students. To Miss McGrath we leave a model English Class. To Mr. MacKenzie we leave a truck load of new basketball equipment for next year’s squad.
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