Birch Wathen Lenox High School - Archway (New York, NY)

 - Class of 1938

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Jaw' S e Qzfgivz Q 1 . 5.4 ., wa? x-.rssfi M K A gp .0 H H NY KAN' Class H19IOfy Im ocltnon Birch NX 1Cl1Ql1 Goddess Muse of lt 1rn1ng Who kctps tht torch of knowledge burnnns, lrom out the ymrs f'll1flSflC crunst NVe summon thee schollstlc Must Cfnnto I BCfOIC the prunlng knlfe of tlmt Destroyed our mnocenct sublime Our c1rd11c1l hves were spent ln 1I1lITllILd mcrrlment XVL had no clsums towird uudltlon To SWIDL, slns peur wls our 1mb1t1on In 1c1dem1c studles we At length were taught orthogmphy And b1ll mg nnde e1ch dly complete When we were young 1nd tres petlt Clnto ll Twens nn tht muddle school Cl thmkj XVe leflrntd the lrt of usmg., nnk Our dlglllfy was thus lnflated Though desks wlth 1nk were saturated ln studxes we proceeded thence To Mrs Hurst s experxments And then wc leirnt with nnnds IW struck About whit msnkes 1 vacuum suck And spent our le1sure not 'nt play But tymg knots the gurl scout way Then finally we l1ttle sigcs Leqrnt fnbout the Mlddle Ages Tll gramnmr school we bld Good bse And entered mto umor H1gh 18 li -:- A R C ' A Y -:- 1 9 3 8 lm, gif lllllll l M, I lllrl 11 xl? . 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X c 3 r K ' lf. - 7 3, 1 Y H R X Qlnto III In unlor Hugh School 111 betwttn tllk XVL ILIFHI Huclxlt Butklt BLlI1SIlIIx Atsthttnt bx uns wut wury, tttnum, Alw1ys wnth hvt nunutt thtmnng Ivtr hopmg, tvu t1y1n Thus to Qlptuvltt Mass Brs ln XVIIEIIIS plus fox mformltlon To rtsorts throughout tht nitlon Our thtltrmll dtbut Slw tht ughth gn ldt LIIITIIX fIllOLlS,Il XVL tnmttd pupptt tlles In 1 Show If BIOOY'l1lI1Sgd1ICS Cwnto IV In thlrty fout our tduutnon Trylng, to lbohsh uls Of our youth wlth pohshed n uls Itrmlmnttd lm ur, Cosmetlcs, And 1 Itlflllli., for ltsthttlcs In thlrty hvt tht secret X Punltd Soph moms d1d perplu Stlll 1 mysttrv conceded Smut X IS unrtvuled Now wt rt 5Llll0I'S poxstd, utll xustd Wt un Itlvt msetmbhts hr5t Iompoub, LIlQI'llflLd scdltt, Lat us hopt wt grlduite I Fnvox Must of IL1I'l1ll1f.,, still thy tongut, Thlnk you for tht songs you ve sung Hutt thte, ny mph thy rzys dlffust F111 thu Wtll Blrch Withen Must 53 4 if I J L.. K If -:- A C I-I V A Y -:- I 9 J 8 . D , , . . V. . , H . . ' f' ' .- ' . X ' , if In . ' A . . , " K JP N .1 I rv , .. - off-gf " ' ' Rf ' ' 1 ' ff ,Q ut- L' 1 m - A No, , 'rf ,. 1 LU Q l '. 7 7 .1 l I I Lf 1 7 . I I . '. . . 1 -CW, Mlnglcd wlch sophnstncatlon, IQEQPS . Y L . L. . . L 'Q I I, 3' 1 ' ' 1 kt N , ,, ' . , . ' N' I , .' . 4 ' . . . Mm - I I 'I IX . I I 4 ' f' I ,- f - ' ,,g In ft U X, , . Y . i -h I - K I L X . ' " 1 . . , . f' 'Q I 7 . . ' ' L , , , , I . L. Lv x 1 1 , L l my l I- ll- i , ' K !' " EN, .1 7 K f 1 fi, w ug ,, I H CHXVA N-if r,,g.-my .-I" 'EDU' I 5-,...-" ,I-?:kf-' xaw ANCIENT HISTORY H I-IXVA ,pi -W '1- 4 W9 5 4' 'Q' 'V ...- ku-0 l ANCIENT HISTORY T E -:- A R C Y -.- 1 9 3 8 Era: ,,,V 1 J 1 A wi ., -'L' 3565 4 K 841 13 17 lt?-, ,4--we-nv Q 4. i ff ? ll ,, 18 1 22 . P, V ' w 'H M w V A ' 9 ' '- I 'Q ' , " fs 55' - N Agx f ' . W L Yfffl' I' i K t .h . I9 h ii ' , - ' , ' 17 -. N f .A " 'iii 15 23 ik " ' ' Q- 3-' ' i ' 'V ' Lat"-'.. 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J Name Nlckname Haunt Mannerlsm Naomn Bloom Naom1 Mass meetmgs Crack1ng her knuckles Evelyn Blue EVIC Student Councll meetmgs Smlhng benevolently Evelyn Cohen Evelyn Her snster s house Ret1r1n g Peter Denzer Pete Operatmg theatre ln hosp1tal Blushmg easlly Joyce Frankel CICS Dehcatessen Laugh1ng Barbara Galr Bobsxe Art studlo Frowmng wlth perplexxty Jane Glddlng 'll'l1C College Proms lnghng charm bracelet Betty J Goodstem Dorn s Slow ambl1ng walk Joy Gottesman Y Camp Echo Effervescmg Robert Heays Roberta Photographxc dark room Blusrermg Chas Heldelberger Charhe Behlnd the gavel Standlng wlth h1s hand nn has pocket Vernon Hughes Gauze Blrch Wathen School TWlfChlHg hns nose Phylhs Korn Fhps Lynk1e s house Runnxng hands through ha1r Cormne Lappert Cormne Home Toymg wnth her ha1r Warren M1lluS Wayne Mad1son Square Garden Gleefully rubbmg palm aga1nst palm Mary Moore Mary Brlarchff Blushmg Phylhs Saks Saksle Aylward s R1d1ng Club Hand over her mouth Fehce Schwartz Sklppy Bxltmore Slflglflg Contests Frankly expressmg her op1n1ons El1nor Sloss E1e Gym Mascul1ne walk Loulse Straus Weezle Carnegle Hall Talkmg under her breath Jane Vorhaus Plato Corner of Sen1or room Thoughtfully holdmg her head on one S1 e Ahne Wolff Lynkxe Fhp s house Arrangmg her sym merrrcal curls Peggy Young Pudgy Bonwxt Teller s Numbers refer to numbers on pnctures on pages 20 and Z1 Glgghng 16 . ,, 6 .- . 10 - y U ,, . . . 22 N ,, U . 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OCCUPSCIOU Averslon Expressnon Prednctxon xrmmg Curlmg her ha1r I don t mlnd Ant1 Fascnst leader gas Raucous vo1ce Really' Elocutlonlst g 1 tw1n Talkmg Dorls Grammarlan mg frult trees Danclng Horrors Successor to D Dafoe nkmg up r1ght nstractxon for rong tlme Slttlng qu1etly Im sorry Madame I won t do It agaln Author s and Thatnng Prose Ooh lt s horrlble Second T S Elxot c1ng Monday mornnng classes I wouldn t go so far as to make a state ment l1ke that Chaperon at Law rencevllle Proms wlng l1ttle hxldren School lunches Ill brmg lt tomor row Sat1r1st mg up to her ame Lack of school Splflt It was snmply mar velous Klndergarten teacher hanlcal Drawmg Glrls Hello Skxpper Arclutect mg candld amera shots Wfarren s pet teams Have you heard Ambrose yet? Mad sc1ent1st t1ng out Birch ar Lelsure It s fr1volous A success ntmg for her ocketbook Gettlng up early Naturally thats what I sald Ph1losopher t domg home or Frlday mornmgs I don t know Model 1n a deb shop mg budge New York Glants What mark d1d you get? Bug Busmess man nnlng around The c1ty I nearly d1ed Mlss Brow n s suc cessor rseback r1d1ng Bemg oplnlonated Gu e me an easy one Mr Southworth Model for verm1l1on na1l polxsh danclng Frllls Do you know what? Radlo sxnger lectmg operatlc brettos Self expresslon Oh for goodness sakes Slnger ng well dressed Bemg ruffled Heavens above Klrsten Flagstad s derstudy rmurmg Gllbert Sull1van An orderly desk Can I cell you about th1s7 Professor mxrmg her amnly Untldmess Heavens above F1rst Lady PP1118 School You ve got some thmg there A nat1ve Callfornlan ' ' ' ' u 9 - n ' ' s - I ' u ya ' ' ' ' tc - as ' 5 6 L ' ' ' me an . , r. ' ' ' ' ' tc 1 1 t , . . , . . ,, s ' er - 3 - 79 ' I , . . ' - u 7 L 5 - G - ' na 5 - - U , . . - . . ' as - . . 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U , . . . - as H R WA Unheard Melody T was about SIX o clock Nanette had left the storeroom hurrledly She had wanted to get away from all the eXcels1or and empty cartons and packages For a moment she stood close to the doorway feel1ng the shock of peltlng snow There weren t na ny people on the street but the traffic was congested She could hear the vlbrant rumble of many subways taklng many people home It was Chrlstmas eve Nanette moxed out onto the wet pavement She walked slowly watchmg the galaxles of snowflakes become water as they touched the sldewalk The cold cut through the uhm stuff of her gloves She looked up at the cheap verm1l1on wreaths wmkmg from the wlndows Nanette was lonely She stuffed her hands 1nto her pockets There was a forgotten l1ttle pnece of t1nsel paper 1n one and she crumpled If del1berately 1nto a small round ball lt lay nn the palm of her hand for a second then she dropped lt Chrnstmas tmsel l1ghts She was very lonely She stood IH front of Trlmty Church holdmg the black 1ron grat mg of the fence She had passed It often She had brought her lunch there 1n the sprmg and sat on John Frlend s gn ave John had dled as a chlld of four m 1796 She could remember some of the words snatched from the fond embrace of hls dlsconsolate parents D15 consolate had nexer seemed qulte the most CXPYCSSIVC word The snow clung to the earth m the graveyard encrustmg the ground around the church The stones were black wlth age Unconsc1ously she turned toward the rlver The sky was ahve wxth snow The cold contmued through her hands and her ankles were wet There was a l1ttle spot ln her throat where 1t was sore when she swallowed She heard the sound of a stubborn motor warmmg up and saw the arced wmdsh1eld wlper of a car on the corner She was walkmg past the docks and markets and deserted cobble stone streets Now she knew where she was gomg Perhaps 1f the r1ver had frozen there would be skatlng and she could watch She could see the water whlte now wlth 1ce On the other s1de the horlzon of electrlc l1ghts twmkled and shlmmered The sky was overcast wlth a red glow from the b1llboards and l1ghts downtown Across the two nslands stretched the masslve black sllhouette of the Brooklyn Brldge Nanette had once walked across to Manhattan on that brldge and seen the stark and 1mp0s1ng skyhne by nnght She remembered that walk She remem bered watchlng the ebony water sl1p by underneath She was at Peck Sllp A long planked dock Jutted out lnto the water She walked out slowly At one s1de an old flshmg boat lay docked for the wxnter lt was clean and scrupulously neat Saxlors are neat she thought The ropes were colled perfectly IH speclal corners covered wlth l1ttle flakes of wlntry whlte The mast stood tall and Sflff aga1nst 6 . , . . . t ' 9 ' 3 fm . -,.- , t . . . l 7 I 1 , 1 . . 4 t 4 . . . . t . . 8 71 t . Q ' 9 t . t , a ' ' . . 1 . L . . . , A . t t . t . . ,Q , . , . . . . . ,, . K I 5 t 1 n 1 - V . . . . 1 . , . . . . . , . 1 1 L L - s , . 9 - 9 . L 4 . l 1 l L , . L 1 a - . ' 9 . . , ' QC ' 39 . t . , - s 1 . 2 H R H X A the sky She Walked to the edge of the dock and leaned agalnst the bul wark of logs and ropes The cold b1t her chm and neck She left frxght ened and alone Below where the water had frozen four or Hve people were skatlng She looked at them They skated sxlently cuttmg the Ice wxth the sllver dnscs Two of them skated together and they looked happy One ofthe men stopped skatmg just below her He called up to her Do you Want to skate? Nanette was startled and suddenly happy She wasnt frlghtened It was Chrlstmas Eve and the water was froLen and she was very very lonely I haven t any skates Her vonce was qulet agamst the whxrlmg crlspness of the nnght Ill lend you one of mme Nanette laughed and swung herself down onto the 1cy sol1d1ty of the r1ver He was tall and tlred lookmg and he seemed hke many people she had seen before He gave her one skate It was too blg but she strapped It on and they gllded out onto the Ice skatlng skooter fashlon For a long whnle they were sllent Nanette I m Peter he sand They skated on saylng very l1ttle They both loved the ICC and the snow and the wlnter They were both happy nn havlng compan1onsh1p on a lonely nlght Nanette was very grateful to h1m He had reheved her lonellness on a nlght when she had wanted to be happy She looked at h1s face It was k1nd It was tlred but lf was klnd and frank and thoughtful She hked h1m and she wanted h1m to know she hked h1m Yet she d1dn t want to know h1m She d1dn t want to know h1s troubles and h1s sorrows She knew the pa1n of dlsappolntment and she dldn t want to find It 1n h1m Rather would she retaln her xmprcsslons of happlness from th1s hour of skatmg Rather would she remember h1m as she wanted h1m and not as t1me would reveal hum to be A hne of poetry she had learned long before came back to her vaguely She asked h1m uf he had ever read any Keats Too long ago for me to remember he saxd When he asked her xf he could see her home she sand N She would never see h1m agaln She sat sxlently on the dock as he walked up South Street He turned and shouted Merry Chrlstmas to her She answered and started walkmg home The snow began to pummel at her face and the cold seeped through her gloves and shoes Heard melodles are sweet but those unheard Are sweeter That was the llne She repeated It to herself as she walked back through the drlvmg snow BARBARA GAIR f 1 5 Y . - . . I . - . . . . . A 1 . s s I y , . . , . . . . . , I X l . . 1 x i It 37 , . a. 4. s L c S e 1 , ll 9 E 5, ' x ' ' ' ' K K 4. u L- yt . , Q! 7 ' 79 s C 5 t - K 1 . . . . . , s 1 , 1 4 W . . . QQ h 7 D77 h k d 1 W at s your name. e as e at ast. K! 73 Q! 9 3, ' , . . . , . . L 1 I t L . . . . . . , . . , . . . . . . . . , . . . . 1 I L K L . . . . Il 37 ' . , . ' ' QQ 73 . . , o. ll ' !, Q! ' . . , . J! 7- H R WA Objet d Art msplrcd by Browmng s My Last Duchess S THE curtaln rlses we see a lavlshly decorated Itahan bedroom of the Rena1ssance perlod It IS d1mly ht by torches whlch cast strange shadows 1n the corners In the center of the stage stands a great four poster bed of sohd mahogany It IS carved 1n mtrlcate patterns Its oc cupant IS a wasted old lady no I can see now that she IS but a young glrl but her harr IS whmte as alabaster and her eyes are deep and sad She IS Lady Ferrara her Duke s flrst Duchess Beslde her stands the Duke hlmself 1mpat1ently and awkwardly wa1t1ng for her to dxe DUKE I do not understand your malady Your hfe has been as sheltered as my doye s Who hves serenely nn h1s golden cage XVhen evenmg comes you do not walk abroad For I commanded you to stay at home No chllhng breeze has buffered your haxr Wflth rays too strong for I bethlnk me now I ordered that you nu er show your face Iarom noontldc tall the sun hes near the vxest In any of my lonely garden walks And yet they tell me you are golng to d1e Ducnnss Oh good my Lord No act of yours brought on th1s present 111 You do not cause my death 1n any way Save that you took my means of hfe away For I found llfe nn just the self same thlngs Whxch 1n your jealousy you robbed me of Oh I could hve w1thout your love my Duke W1thout your loye wlthout my hberty But what IS left to l1ve for when the world Is yo1d of Beauty XOld of Poetry? You dld not understand me all my hfe Perhaps 1n death then you may comprehend Thls IS the sum of my phllosophy Wherever there IS freedom youth and love And happlness why there IS poetry And that IS part of every human l1fe The r1chest measure of eXper1ence And th1s I found 1n happy human eyes 8 T E -:- A C I-I Y -.- 1 9 3 8 cc ' v sv . . A . , H ., . V- y . 4 7 , . . . , . . a - , . 4: . f . f. - s , , , , 7 I V C K S K 7 V 6 A . . , s 7 K. , Nor has the sunlight played upon your face . i y Y . I 7 7 K 7 I V B . . I . . K 7 7 7 K . 7 7 1 C ' ' . ' : 5 9 . Y I 3 . . . , S S 7 2 l S n , A . 3 5 7 ' 7 V , ' 7 ' 'i V . 1- , V I n . t t . 3 . . , , . . , I g a Q 3 2 H R H X A In sunstt s glow, III fl lgl 1nt Chtrry blooms In bxrds, II1 Howtzs md 111 kmdntss too It brought 1 flush ot tolor to my thttks But th1Q tllsplt lsttl my Ioxtl ht gut comm lntls I muyt not go lbxold whtn tyy lllgllt tomts I must not Sl'l1llL lf humln hlpplntss, XX hun 1ll thtst tlumgs vxtrt Illt ltstll to mt Is lf SITl1ll xyondu now thlt thty ut gona. Th1t I Should dnt fox llck of thtm 0h Dukt Dum You hut 1 foolish htut Too soon you nt mult glld, too soon you SI'l1llL And I hut SOITILUITILQ thought you do not prllt Wy wellth, my tltlt of I'llI1L Ctnturlts NV1th heulf the Worth th1t you ipprilsc 1 smxlt But If IS stoopnng low to tell you thls DUCFIISS Thtn do not conduccnd to stoop so now In v11n you wlstt your hoaughty words on me I do not loye your wefulth And now I know Thfzt when you wooed me, you wooed not my ove' You pr1Lt me IS you pr1ze 1 work of lrt BGCILISC, you know nt IS 1 nmsterplttt You wlnt mt to ldorn your gllltrlw As plrt of yc Lll tolltttlon No my Dukt It Cmnot bt for, is you see, I dle Yet ey en 111 tht ITIILISI of suIIer1ng Irom dmth s bl uk gloom to whnch you ltd tht W Do I f0f2.,lVL you I-IuSbf1nd klss mt ontt Before I lent you, for I Soon sh mll fttl The helyy but of Dtlth upon my tyts KTM DHL! 101111 01 u fill! llllll L1 su fm 1111112 1 rj DLVLIILSS Now do Idlt lI'l ptltt md Wllllligly XVho knows, ptrhlps ln dymg I sh1ll hnd Xvhit you would ney er len me setk ln Infe The poetry of rlch expemence Wo longtr shlll I bt 1 work of 1rt To show your roy ll frntnds Thwt UHIL h IS plsetd I Wlll not bt tntumbtrtd now wlth Wtllth Vow I elmll hnd tht pe1Ct of hbtrty 9 , . I I - i'l ' Vi i X 'I K . I . , . . , I 4 , v 3 v,J ':- 1 rx' 1 .1- .. ,,,, , , 1. 1 . , , v And I must nutr stoop. T ' x x v , , 1 l . . . , . . , , . . V A , . , IW . ,. , , . 1 Ulf . 1. .... V K . 1 A . E 11-mf v 7 ,. . 7 . L ' L 7 7 3 -- . . L , , , 7 ,L -u L at L., l , , , H R H X A KTM IDIICIJIU IS Slllllf A gram' vf1ll111xx ufflcs 0111 ffn 111L1sfJ bca' 700111 and fbc iorzbci burn lflllllj Gldtflllllly 111 IX 1101111 111 011 fbr Dnltc ffm! bn 1sf 15111101 vw IT dead F01 ll llllllllff' bf lv 10111111 J 2 DUKE Oh Duchess you h1ve trxed to g1XC me loye Wlmen 111 I 1sked wls be1uty Ch1rm 1nd gl Ice And now you suffer for your foohshness But I forg,1ve' And you sh1ll h1ve 1 l1XlSl'l funerll A tomb of marble mlned m It1ly Inl11d wlth prlceless levy els and Purest gold Th1t when I brmg my frxends to YISII you And d117led by so f.11r 1 work of 1rt Ior nt shnll be the gre1test m1sterp1ect Tl11I tyer 111111 has looked upon KTI11 111141111 011111 lou a1111usff11 1111171111 all 141 x11 ffl! ll l11f1 ar 0 H11 Ibllllkyk flltltt nlly fmjnfn S111 18 1111 IOIIQII flllf 11 ffn lllllllflfill I IAINI VOIRHAUS The Cyfmc If I should become hlrd 1nd bltter And scornfully curl my mouth Downward 1n a mockmg smnle If I should laugh too much And too loud and too long And shatter all thmgs be1ut1ful And lovely wlth Z1 word 15 1 flowel Is crushed ln the h1nd Only remember thls lf you should forg.,et 111 else I shall weep hot te1rs In the deep of the mgjht When If IS still 1nd d1rk And none m1y knovx lox c r Flux KrL 30 T li -:- A C V Y -:- 1 9 3 8 'I ", g I .7 I' . , ., , x I . -l Y- . . . . LI. 1, . . L 7 . . . . V 7 K 7 They' shall be struck with so much opulence ep., ' e 1 , x x u 1 L I my f 3 7 ,t s I .,- 7 yxl 111: .Y 7 . . , 7 'I' .I '. VY? K milf N 4, J if we if fs gg GW f Q 32? fwifmzfi Q NW X 1 QS 5 ffl wg W CMU Denys Qu fsgrmvaw ffwll wi X JJ X To MISS Vaughln f:'f?"ErQ W 5 A I You led us to that troubled sea bfi! Where chnldhood meets maturnty You taught us love and hlppnness No ffulure eould your futh destrox You glve us 1ll you hnd to gne I That we more rlehly might enjoy , The Llfe Whlth you may newer luxe Oh I could let these lmes eonwerge In harmony Id make of them 5 Wxth understandxng tenderness A sad and mel1nCholy dlrge A stlll and trlgle ret ulem svn But have ylmu tlught us only bllss9 fe-L rl XVIS your phllosophy so brlefa Why then your work hls gone .xmlss I X It knew not how to eope wlth grlef r 'Nor shall I slng L1 eulogy Can stllted sentences endear ,B A humble name whose memory Hms searce outlasted one poor xe1r9 X' We Ire your lnvnng monuments And nn our helrts your good surxnes ust you are gone Whose confldenee Made possible our present lnes lk! 'i V5 x A -X bf-fx W X N ,gf ,f 01 - 't ,ex rv-J 1 7 b ' ' - l !X Kljfjl ' . J ' ei A H ff X ew tw f L why? 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I SEVENTH GRADE 33 Walff H R WA Elllor ALINE WOLI-F lllerrrv Fllfor PHYLLIS KORN Ari Pfllor JANE VORHAUS Pbolnqrapbrrv-CHARI FS HI IDELBFRLI R Avuvlunf Burn: x Vfulmqn IANE GIDDINIG ROBERT HFAYS Bnumxv Mmargnr IOY GOTTILSMAN The Archway HIS year our mann endeavor was to make the yearbook as str1k1ngly or1g1nal and drfferent from all past books as posslble To carry out thls purpose the board has attempted several mnovatlons the class hlstory Wrxtten 1n poetry, the chart of Semor class favorltes and the chart of Semor opnnnons We have also experlmented a great deal ln the field of photography and our bled pages and baby plctures are the results As always the basnc ldea behmd the yearbook was to make lt a record of the Senlor class and ltS varled act1v1t1es so that b6SldCS the portraxts and group pnctures we have mcluded 1 number of candnd shots whrch serve to characternze each 1nd1v1dual far better than Words ever could We should hke to express our grat1tude at th1s txme to the entlre hlgh school for 1ts cooperatlon nn securlng advertlsements, and to the Sennor class whose :ud 1n compxhng the wrntten materml was lnvaluable ALW 39 T E -:- A C H Y -:- 1 9 3 8 L ' - rv W h .4 ' 4 Y .1 ' - '-'- ' l ' -'. V it I -l . . , . .. V. .A viii A A ' '-1 H . K b i 4 M A I 4 A l"urully Arlzimr-MARGARET P. STANTON PETER DFNZFR 4 ' L . . Q l QQ 32 ' . g . 1. U . ,, . H R HWA Student Counc1l HE Student Councll, executlve, delxberatlve, 'md judlclal depfzrtment of the student government, has re1ched the end of IIS elghth ye'1r Its retlrmg members feel that there has been more true representfmon of the students, 'and cooper1t1on wlth the fqculty IH the Councll thls ye1r thwn ever before The school newsp1per, whlch h1s 1 representitlve on the COUDCIT, hfns been 1nv1lu1ble nn securmg thls cooperatlon The yeflr 1937 38 wlll 1lw1ys be remembered as 1n extremely 1m portfmt one, for th1s year s Counc1l was the first to operate under the new constntutlon The number of members IS l1rger 1n order to msure the gresatest posslble representitlon of the students, and 1ts power hss been extended so thit the burden of d1rect govermng could be removed from the student forum We hfmve had to proceed cfarefully for many prece dents had to be estfabllshed thwt w1ll mfluence the 1ct1ons of full future Founcnls Msmy other comp1r1t1vely mmor reforms md me1sures h1ve been enftcted by the Councll, 1nd on the whole heave been successful, bec1use they reflect the wlshes of 1 dlstlnct m11or1ty of the students The retnmg presldent wlshes to express her thinks to her fnssocmtes for thelr unfenlmg 1ct1v1t1es 111 behalf of the necess'1ry work of the year The Councnl llso extends 1ts gr1t1tude to Mr Moore, the f1culty 1dv1ser, for hls mviluible gu1d1nce 1nd cr1t1c1sm ltll XIIXNB I lllfl Till HARRISON XX NIOORI' 111 IIO MAY 111 I 11 Illf lfll X I RNON HUK 111111 R 111x11111f1 TRNIST TUC lxlR I SYHI R ROBINSON 1 ll R 1 1111111 AIAN SIMWK S CIORIA ARANONX T E -:- A C Y -:- 1 9 3 8 . , . . e I e , 1 ' I C 7 . 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W ri Q V33 f,N I Cv l 1 H R H X A B11 ch Lewes HERh hive been no rldlcll chmges 1n Burch Leeaves thls ye1r ilthough the meaguxne h1s lmproveel 1nd progressed 111 sever1l respects The xllustmtlve mltcrnl his lncreiseel Ill quintlty ennel his been Chlfmlligj 'mel g1y ln qulllty There hls been 1 contlnueel effort to mllee the ut work 1s furly lepresenteel 1n the m1g1Z1ne 1s the lltemry miternl, il though thls ittempt Wfls n1tu1 llly l1ITl1tCd by the f1ct their the lllustl 1 tlons Wre restrlcteel to llnoleum euts Blrch Lewes h IS contlnueel the policy of prevlous bolrels IH chtnsg mg the smff of reldens ln the mlddlc of the ye lr A wxcler rlnge of stu dents hive thus been 1ble to work on the I11'IglZII1C Contrnbutxons of lnterwry m1ter11l h1ve come from all cl1sses 1n the hugh school, thus Qlso wssurmg iclequflte representfntlon of the hlgh school work M1nor chfnnges hfmve been mflde nn the mszkeup of the m'1g1z1ne These Include 11 eh1nge from the regul1r type, 1 ellfference ln the color of the lnk 1nel the mslde p1sges ind new coxer eleslgns wlth e1ch lssue 111111: B-XRBARX CAIR llllfl ll NIXRL XRI I I STAN ll Ilin IOYCI I-RVN 111 1 FRNJSII ILCIx Arf I film BI TI'Y IANI COODSTI IN MI flllf in HI TIIIII 'IIIIIP XAI DIS al IMNI' NORIIALS VW 'WWW n?"PNQ ovnxxz BEST 41 c I 2 I I x I TI I I ' . X . I E ' I X I I I . I I I I . . I I . . x . . I x I . Y I I I I I I I I I I 0 1 . 1 l 1 ' I l 1 - I f I 1 ' I I I . I I I I . A x . . A . . - I I I I I I I I I . i Al . . . M - I I I I I I I L. T I . xl 3 I . . . 1 . 1 K K C L K - . mf x - ' I ' 1 1- . I u - I I I . I I I I I . . . I I I I I . I I I I I I . 1 . . I . I I I . I I I I I I . I x . I . I I I I . I . . 7 x . I X . I I k . I I . fl ' '7 I g 2 li '! IMI 'Inv'-I 1 QI- ' T. .U I'TON fI.wivlI 11 il 1 r '-g Ii ' I- I 'IiIiI, Bm' um INIInngrr'- . I ' ' 1 'VR ' fl ' '- 2' ' A Ni 3 f Q I' A,v:'.II I V ru I I Igmfl . ' . 2 Hml Rl'InlI'r-A I ' f ' ' If I s II32. ' l . Q Ii ., 5 ' 5 'WW "I -. l A Mu A l , It it i IT I 'H A I . 'fl' E 4 , 4 f L H R WA Ilfloz NIRNON HUL H19 Iarnlly AIllXfIlLCARL HORTON N 4 Plllm HAROLD DAVIDSON Bnumvv Muuugu PI TER Dl 'NYIR BARBARA GAIR WARRFN MILIUS llllllfl NIH Mauaqrr DANIIII COHPN Buch Bark HIS year has been a momentous one for Bxrch Bark For the first tlme 1n nts hlstory, Blrch Bark has had every lssue a Hve column paper The great financlal struggle to make posslble rhls progress was won thxs year by the courageous efforts of the buslness staff headed by Peter Denzer and by the tnmely Hnanclal ald granted by the Councll Thls staff has also won the f1nanc1al battle for succeedlng years by obtaxmng an mcrease of elghty dollars ln the annual B1rch Bark approprlatlon from the stu dent government The ldeals thls year have been towards the democratlc productlon of a lnvelxer school paper Sxnce B1rch Bark only appears once a month, speclal emphas1s has been placed upon features and a feature treatment of the news Hence, perfunctory accounts of past events have lost thenr prommence as news features, spec1al pertnnent artlcles and a new em phasls on future news have been glven promlnence The ldeal of a demo cratlcally produced paper has been achneved by placmg responsnbllnty ln the hands of the departmental edltors and the large reportorlal staff The ret1r1ng edltor w1shes to express hrs grat1tude and thanks to members of the staff, to Mr Horton and Mrs Wathen, and to many other students and teachers whose lnterest and efforts have made xt possl ble to make th1s year a successful one for Blrch Bark VH 47 T E -:- A C H Y -:- 1 9 3 8 fx ' '- 'Q Q Q, f - ' 1 ' fl-lx If '- l' -' gy- i i.'.i F4'Al,lll'l' Eflilorx-AIANIQ VORHAUS Sports Iillilorzx-liLlNOR SLOSS r " 'A' , , '- l E . 1 Y 4 A THE-:-ARCHWAY-:-1938 Semor Play HE Senlor play Pygmallon by George Bernard Shaw was pre sented at the West Snde Y M C A Lnttle Theatre on Aprnl 8th Al though the night of the Semor play ns always a festnve occaslon th1s year there was even more support and enthusnasna than usual The theatre was crowded and the large audnence judgmg by thelr attentlon and applause enjoyed every mxnute of the performance Barbara Galr and Peter Denzer had the leadxng parts playmg the roles of a cockney flower gnrl and a scxentlfically mlnded phonetics teacher respectlvely Thenr unusual actlng ab1l1ty surpr1sed and dellghted the audlence Evelyn Blue Fehce Schwartz and Charles He1delberger also gave outstandmg characterlzatlons and the entlre supportmg cast was par excellence Pygmallon deals wnth a phonetics teacher who IS able to transform a flower glrl of the meanest sort 1nto a dignified and mannerly lady wlthm sux months The cast was as follows Mrs Eynsford H111 Betty Jane Goodstem Clara Eynsford H1ll Phyllls Saks Freddxe Eynsford H1ll Vernon Hughes Henry Hlggnns Peter Denzer Colonel PlCkCI'll'lg Warren MITIUS Alfred Doollttle Charles Hendelberger 'vIrs Pearce Evelyn Blue Mrs Hnggms Fellce Schwartz Mald Jane Vorhaus 43 ' Q! 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'wnwftx fwvjl " 1, 1'jf1Ij"!ff ' f f 'w'fyN gf X! .lf H -:- RCHWA -- I'rorl Run CLeft to nghtj Vorhaus Surn Mnllus HIYFIULIOH Heldclbcrger Buck Rnu fleft tw rnghtj Mr Borgtr Adams Pncc Robinson Sxmmons Hughes Soccer Team HE 1938 soccer team finrshed 1ts season w1th 1 S0 percent record of v1ctor1es, c0nquer1ng Freldston, Frlends, and Garden Country, losmg to Llncoln, McBurney, and Rlverdale, and end1ng 1ts season 1n a thrnlhng 1 1 deadlock agannst the formerly tr1umph1nt Llncoln eleven players m1de 1 more sure, dependable team, showed some fine team work and m the Rwerdale and last Llncoln game rose to an exalted helght of school sp1r1t not seen rn last year s squad Thns year there was also a fiercer struggle for pos1t1ons on the Vars1ty than there was the year before thus furnlshlng more substltutes for the games, and lndlcatmg a general enthusxasm for soccer Whlch Mr Horton and Mr Borger had lnsplred 1n the boys V H Lmcoln Buch Wathcn 1 Garden Country Bxrch Warh n Brooklyn Fnends Bxrch Watlaexx Nitliurn x Burch Watlmcn 0 Rncrdale Burch Wathexx Pntldston Birth Watlmtlx T Lincoln Burch Watlmtnm 43 T E A Y . 1 9 3 8 Q Although the percentile was the same as last year,s, the 1938 soccer ' 3 ' ' ' ' 0 ' 2 2 I ' 2 A s A ' C' 2 ' ' V , 3 ' w . 2 1 ' 1 , Y ' . 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Ron QLd't to nght Leuson L11er1gl1t Gordon Huglxts Stern Norlmaus haufnnn buk Rau 'Mr Horton Harnngton Adams Dtnnr S1mmons Rnbnnson N11l1us Mr Burger Basketball 1 9 37 3 8 ITH expert coach1ng and Hne team play B1rch Wathen completed a successful basketball season, w1nn1ng nnne games and losmg seven ThlS s1xteen game schedule IS the largest that any Blrch Wathen qumtet has encountered and the 1937 8 squad came through lt nobly whole was conslstent and aggress1ve wlth both the first team and the sub stltutes show1ng to advantage Although three regulars w1ll graduate, capable replacements seem assured so that next year s team should also be a potent one WM Walden Barnard V Franltlm L1ncoln I V N Y Fnends Cnllegmte Walden Garden Country Buch Buch B1rch Buch Burch Buch Buch B1rch Watlxen Wathen Wathen Wathen Wathen W athen Wathen Vfatlun N Y Frnends Pranltlm Garden Country McBurney L1ncoln I Tflnltv Cnllegmte Tnmty B1rtl1 B1rcl'1 B1rch B1rcl'1 B1rcl1 B1rcl1 BlfCl'I B1rch Wathcn Wathen Wathen Wathen Wathen Wathen Wathen Wathen T E -:- A C Y -:- l 9 3 8 1 '. ,- , ', y.. V' , '- '. X , . w . x 1 ' ' 4 3 Losing only to decidedly superior aggregations, the play on the 18 I 20 . . ' 24 I ' J. . 23 I 27 Y l 25 I ' ' 25 I ll 26 I ' ,. . 12 ' 25 J. V. 29 ' . . ' 18 ' 21 ' Q. V. 21 ' ' 28 ' f 15 ' Q j. V. 24 ' 16 ' 20 ' 33 ' 1 18 ' - I3 "'J. V. 12 ' 46 H R HWA hon! Run Bcatnce Kremsdorf Vary Nloore Lrufzr Ron. QLeft to rxghtj Barbara Clair Phxllns Saks jane Oppenhelmer Elmor Sloss Irene Dwor pt ky Burk Rou QI.eft to flghlb Betty lane Goodstun Izwtlyn Blur. Hlcn Iuobn uy bottesmarm Vxrsgxma lxaufman Pl nor lee Iane Gxddmg Wins: Brown G1rls Hockey NDER the able SUPCFVISIOH of the new athletlc coach, Mnss Brown, the glrls hockey act1v1t1es mcluded a round robln tournament be tween the respectxve class teams Everyone played on a team and the Semors were v1ctor1ous by w1nn1ng all three of thelr games wnth the umors m second place The varslty team had a partlcularly strong defence and showed good team work ln the outslde games played but was unable to defeat any of the four outslde school varsltles The playmg 1n the Fleldston game was superxor to the other three but the match wlth Brooklyn Fr1ends was the most lnterestxng to watch because the teams were so equally matched The Varslty scores were 1s follows Blrch Wathen Lmcoln Burch Wathen Woodmere Blrch Wathen Fxeldston Blrch Wathen Brooklyn Frlends 0 MM 47 T E -'- A C Y -- 1 9 3 8 U. ' A A' ' ,' , .V 1, ',J ' .' ', J . . I . . . 1 . 2 ' 1 3 . 0 . 4 . 0 . H ARCHWAY V x mln Xhry Mmore l'linor gloss G1rls Basketball HE girls basketball season ended successfully this year with the varsi ty winning 4 out of 6 of the games played There were very few inter class and lntra mural games, as most of the activity was concen trated upon the varsity The games were played both at home and away, but all of them took place 1n the Clty The new coach, M1ss Brown, proved a very efficient teacher, as the scores of the games show Dancing was taught once a week as it was last year during the basketball season Miss Fleming returned to the school this year to teach 1t, and classes were held in modern dancing The results of the basketball season were as follows Birch Watlien 44 Woodnicrc Birch Watlicxi I4 Lincoln Birth Watlien 22 Garden Country Day 12 Birch Watlicii 35 Friends Birth Watl1en 26 Brooklyn Friends Birch Watlicn 19 Dalton 48 T , E -:- - - 1 9 3 8 K 4 . x X , ' , RX i is ' Q . 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