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PETER GEORGE SMITH
Ever since l'ete Smith entered the Academy in the seventh grade he has been
a leader in athletics and scholarship. Pete has continuously been on the Honor
Roll, and as an athlete has received city-wide fame. He played football his senior
year, and was the leading pass catcher on the team. ln basketball he was an easy
choice for all-C. ll. L. Pete set a new C. B. L. record by scoring 169 points in a
single season, breaking the old record by l5 points. He set two new Academy
scoring records: 239 points in one season, and 33 points in a single game. Pete
has been a class officer, a student Council member, Sports and Art Editor of
"Academy Life". and Editor-in-Chief of the "Caravel". Pete plans to enter Yale
and major in Art. There is no doubt in our minds that he will be anything but
successful, both there and thereafter.
FRANK WATSON STEY ENS
We of the class of '49 have known Frank Stevens for a long time, and never
in this acquaintance with Frank have we found him anything but generous and
good-natured. XYe have at times asked a lot of him, but he has always proved
himself willing and dependable. Frank has always found it necessary to work
hard on his studies: but realizing this, he has always done his best. He has been
on the swimming team for three years, and in this time he has never missed a meet.
He also played football and held several managerial posts through the years. Frank
this year was appointed a Distribution Manager of the "Caravel". Here, also, he has
proved dependable. lYe wish Frank the best of luck in the future. and we know
that these outstanding qualities will allow him to go far in the world.
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Cl IQXRLIZS HUUSTC DN PACE
There is no one who can truthfully say that Charlie llace is not his friend.
Charlie has no enemies, for he makes none. His good nature is famous in the
school. C'harlie's main interest in life is farming, and he enthralls his listeners
with tales of enormous wealth and prohts from agriculture. He is generous almost
to a fault, and his house and car are always at the disposal of friends. ln any ac-
tivity Charles is dependable, and many a managerial and puhlications staff have
found him helpful. ln the smoking room or during recess "hull-sessions" Charlie's
presence is always noted, for his cackling laugh can he heard throughout the
school premises. Charles plans to enter Ames College, Iowa, in the fall, and we
wish him and his "green thumh" the hest of luck.
LUCIUS FREDERICK SINKS
l'pon his arrival at :Xcademy as a Freshman l,ucius impressed his classmates
with his jovial, congenial personality. Through the next four years Lou worked
diligently not only in his studies, hut in various extra-curricular activities. He was
the first president of .Xcademy's chapter of the United XVorld Federalist Organ-
ization: he has heen elected to the Student Council every year: he was Business
Manager of ",'Xcademy l,ife" in his senior year. His ahility is not only academic,
however, for he was elected captain of the '48 foothall team after three years of
vfiluahle service to the squad. Ile also participated in reserve and varsity hasket-
hall, along with hasehall in his senior year. He was awarded a letter in all of these
sports. l.ucius plans to enter Yale University where he will certainly continue
.Xcademy's line record at that institution.
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I..-XNHIJUN 'l'llOM.fXS XYIILIAMS, JR.
liver since his entrance into the .Ncademy in the sixth grade, Tom XVilliams
has made an outstanding record in both studies and athletics. Tom's name has
constantly appeared on the Honor Roll: and he has starred in basketball. baseball
and tennis. .Xthletically Tom is alert and a steadying influence to any team. He
shines on the basketball court and has played four years of varsity baseball. This
year he captained the baseball team. Although Tom is fundamentally a pitcher,
he was named on the all-star Lf. li. l,. team as an outfielder. Tom also plays a
tine game of tennis, and an annual spring worry of the coaches is whether the
baseball schedule will conflict with that of tennis. Because of his outstanding per-
sonality and qualities of leadership, Tom was elected president of the school. NVe
know that these same qualities will stand him in good stead throughout his life.
EDM UND NUESTADT WISE
XYhen lid NVise first entered Academy four years ago, his class not only
received a leader in scholarship, but in activities as well. lid has worked on many
school projects with ardor and has had excellent school spirit. As editor of
"Academy l.ife" he has effected many improvements in this publication. lid organ-
ized an Academy cheerleading staff and supervised intramural sports. He was
Business Manager of the "Caravel", and for his outstanding work on both Acade-
my publications he was elected to the l'rcss Club. lid was also fXcademy's sports
correspondent for the local newspapers.
lid won his letter in both basketball and swimming, and remained on the
honor roll throughout his high school career. liven though lid has been one of
the busiest members of the senior class, he has always found time to fulfill all the
requests of the masters and his friends. lf he is as active in college as here, he
will be a very busy person.
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