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The staff of the 1950 Ccxravel proudly de
dlcates th1s yearbook to Mr george D Bown
'There IS not a student 1n the Upper School
who has not proflted from Mr Bowns Eng
hsh courses Besrdes teachrnq Enqlrsh and
pubhc speaklnq Mr Bown acts as l1a1son
ofhcer for the Alurnnl Assoctatlon and the
school He has coached the tennrs teams
s1nce h1s return to the Academy four years
aqo and under hts dlrectlon much work has
been done to lrnprove the fGC1l1l1GS for tennrs For several years Mr Bown was the
faculty advlsor for both the Caravel and the Academy Life he contmues to qulde
Srnce Enqllsh rs the medrurn rn wh1ch thxs book IS prep red rt IS especlally ap
propnate that the staff make the dedlcauon to the rnan who IS dlrectly respons1ble
for teachtnq the Caravel edltors and wrrters to use the tools ot thelr trade to best
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IHSTYUCTOI' of Enq11sh ot
Blshop s Co11eqe 1916 1917
A1bCmy Academy 192.1 1921
COLUMBUS ACADEMY 1921
Adirondack-Florida School 1919-1920
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KENNETH R EVANS DANA WHITING CHARLES A GOODWIN
B A M A Yale Umversnty B S Bodnn College B S Boston Umversuty
Business Manager Dean of Faculty M A Columbia
Latin Mafhemaflcs Registrar
DAVID H SMITH PHILLIPS D IONES GEORGE D BOWN
B A Clark Umversnty B A St Stevens B A Haverford College
Lower School Headmaster Ar-nerucan Hnstory AM Harvard Unvversltv
Lower School Mathematlcs Engllslw Publuc Speaklng
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EVERETT H PERKINS WILLIAM R MATHEWS IACK WHITE
AB AM Harvard University BS University of NH B A Princeton
Universite de Nancy Ed M Boston University Mathematics
Languages History Civics Geography Director of Athletics
THOMAS E. BAKER
BS., Rhode Island State
Science, Middle School
Athletics, Lower and Middle School
RAY KINSMAN WATERS
Columbia Art School
Seated Stoneg Kumbleg Eidsong Srebertg Huffman, RJ jonesg Humphreyg O'NeuIg Katz.
Standmg Swnks, Pg Bull, R4 Brockg Renlandg Browng Bartong Spencerg Hannaj Fullenj Reslcr.
Seated Stanley Katz Secretary Wullxam ONenI President
In Int Il
Standing--Wnlllam Reiland, Council Representativeg Preston Sinks
ROBERT KING BARTON
Football 72, 3. -I
Reserve Basketball fl, 2 'Capfamt
Varstty Basketball 3, -l 'Caatatn'.
Baseball -l, 2. 3. 4.
Varsity "A"--3, -I
Class Officer l, 2. 3.
Student Counol l, 2, 3, 4,
Pre-sudent of the School -1,
Cum Laude -4,
"Academy Lute" -l
Press Club --l
Glee Club 3. 4,
lntra-mural Champs --4,
In the twelve years that Bobby Barton has been
at the Academy he has compiled an enviable
record He has played football basketball base
loalr and golf and amassed a total of IU varsrty
letters dur1ng hrs four years tn the Upper School
Even more astoundmg ts the lac that he was
Lower School Presrdent 1n the e1ghth grade Class
Prestdent for the next three years and Soho l
Presrdent thrs year Moreover he has kept hr
grades high, has served on the "Caravel" and
"Academy L'te" staffs and has recently made
the Cum Laude Soctety Bob has won all these
h rs and award because he trtes trres hard
enough to succeed and to be respected Ouret
and m d t he never hurts any ne s Ieelmgs and
c nseauently has no enemtes Hrs Irrmness and
C'IdGE111IY make htm a g cd Ieaaer He de
s r es all th the has won
Wnera T m ca re t Acade v tre sec na
sernester of hts Junror xear Iew pe le knew
ab htm exc p hat ke w s r rr N
Han Scb A the ena of me lan r year 1
a -:ed c mparatrvelv lr t e H we er wrth the ar
f e o y r a a tba season tl'
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THOMAS ELLIS BRO K
Varstty r-ootbalt 4
Glce Club 4
raru s tar agno t tne year was he
c nter ot the ut at the pt td a hmd
lass wt r
center cl hr h was Tom Br ck A a In the u
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classmates were nc better tnlorrned, for Tom :mme the esoapaaes ana tales cf aaventure at the
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r1'.'al of s ni r ea n' the foo' Il so c ., he ture any of the Cl ou of Euefl ' 'ri .o bl ,
Cla-- .earnel to know To Q . bette. Hs bc- then' will ao xvorl to look tn to ter, . on rec-
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cauad, and the cla-- toa d htm at mo- ' th lowe or.. l ' .
There rs a trme when modesty becomes
stretched to the pornt where rt takes on the cog
nomen ol pessrmrsm Because that pornt rs rnde
termrnable we wrll say that the aualrty for whrch
Grbhy Brown rs most noted rs hrs pessrmrstrc
modesty Hrs fellow senrors have often heard hrm
say All rrght srr rust grve me a z ro Though
Grlo has gotten hrs share of zeros he has also
Football Manager 4
Basketball Manager 3 4 2 fi
Baseball Manager 3 4
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'When Bob entered the Class l l95O last year
he s emed rather quret and shy But soon all
shyness vanrshed Now as a senror Bull rs one
of the m st rovral horsterous extr ve-rts rn th
schol Hrs raucous caclclrng vorce hrs New
lorsey accent and hrs absurdly rncongruous
solrloqures exhtlarate ll hrs classes Hrs rn
comparable wahoo has shattered many a poor
teacher s nerves Desprte a tergned drsrnterest rn
GILBERT KITTLE BROWN
Qwtmmtng 2 3 'Captatn'
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r cerved a drploma Grp has clarmed that he rs
e worst football player to set toot on a treld
yet when trme came to elect an all league team
Grh was placed on trrst team He rs also captarn
of the swrm'rtrng team although accordrng to htm
e would drown rt he ever got rn the water It the
world doesnt come to an end as Grbby thrnks rt
vrrght he wrll attend Denrsorr where he was ac
cepted although he knew he wouldnt get rn
hrs studres Bolo possesses a wrde general lcnowl
edge Hrs greatest love rs not grrls but parntrng
He c rn rntellrgently drscuss relrgron or else g
rnto the the ry ot musrc At home he parnts c l
lects stamps lrstens to classrcal musrc and some
trm s cro sbreeds plants At the moment Bo
breedrng Sramese cats and he l ves to tell hrs
classmates how he wrll pass the rest ot hrs lrte
lersurely parntrng atter he has made hrs fortune
by sellrng the lcrttens
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RICHARD IRVJIN EIDSON
Football Manager l
Varsuty Football 2 3 4
Glee Club 4
The class of 1950 would have mrssed a lot of fun
had not Dtck Eldson regtstered at Academy four
years ago There would have been no one to krd
no one to drscuss no one to ponder Prarses be for
Drck and h1s ab1l1ty to absorb our lcrddmg D sprt
From Arhngton Dave came to the Academy rn
hts Freshman year Wrth one accord the class
accepted Dave and Dave accepted 1t At frrst
the stud1es were dtfftcult for Dav1d as they are for
all new corners but he worked hard often con
fused by the grammar and usage to whtch Mr
Bown exposed the Freshmen As a result af drlr
gent work rn hrs senrar y ar Dave 'nade group H
of the Honor Roll
Du rng the sophorrt re y ar when the class was
Ill 111111 1
the good natured banter whtch tra1ls htm 1t IS not
dlffrcult to realrze that Dtck rs one of the most popu
lar boys at Academy He IS a loyal and unselhsh
frrend Whether or not he IS krdded rn college we
are sure he wtll have a host of fnends
DAVID IOHN FULLEN
Varsuty Football 3
Reserve Basketball 2
Glee flub 4
lntra mural Champs 4
try1ng to have dates on foot Dave often came to
the rescue 1n that once black now blue Chevrolet
The class w1ll never be able to return all the
rrdes Althcugh hke many of the Vrkrngs Dave
IS not a stellar athlete he has never given up
worktng hard whether rt be at football basketball
or baseball In the Glee Club as tenors Dave and
a few others fought hard not to be outsung by
the basses lt IS certarn that Davrd Fullen s future
wrll be a suc ess
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lay Hanna has spent SIX years at the Academy
They are not consecuuve years for he attended
Culver M1l1tary Academy 1n between But lay
hlmself IS unchang1ng When he returned to th1s
school we found the same lay Hanna who had
left Always outstandmg 1n athlet1cs lay played
basketball h1s lun1or and Sen1or years he showed
hlmself to be such a good prtcher on the baseball
HERBERT RICHARD HUFFMAN
Varslty Football 2 3 4
arsnty A 3 4 lOff1cer
Class Offncer 3
Glee Club 3 4
When Dxck Huffman entered the Columbus
Academy IH the f1rst grade he d1dn t have the be
whrskered face whlch IS known to us all today
However 1t was only a few grades later that thrs
famous beard began to sprout IU all 1ts glory
Smce then the beard was to be seen runn1ng up
and down a football freld for three years 1t has
appeared 1n the Academy Glee Club 1t marks the
treasurer of the Vars1ty A Drck IS bless d Wllh
lA 1' SHERMAN HANNA
Bas etball 3 4
a eball 3 4 'Cap am
Glee Club 4
squad that he was elected capta1n th1s year and
part1c1pated rn football as quarterback He also
obta1ned a berth on the sw1rnm1ng squad lay
takes a great deal of pleasure 1n pleasure he
loves a good Joke and a good t1me He 1S serlous
and 1ntent on the thlngs he l1kes fr1ends fun
and athletlcs lay IS QOIHQ to attend D n1son Den1
son w1ll re we qu1t an add1t1on
a ready wrt and a full capac1ty for en1oy1ng h1m
self Wherever a good tlme IS to be had there wrll
you always frnd that beard But the Beard can
be serxous too and often IS He IS a good and
generous fr1end who IS ltked by most dlshked by
none The beard IS shlny wrth aggresslve confr
dence When 1t travels to Malne to attend Colby
College Drck Huffman wlll undoubtedly accom
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"Academy L1fe"' -3, 4.
PVQSS Club -4.
Ralph Humphrey, throughout his tour years at
the Acaderny, has been recognized as the hardest
worker and the most serious student He has been
manager oi the tennis team and circulation man
ager of the Academy Lde ln both activities he has
labored hard and long and won the highest of
praise for himself Quiet and intent Ralph 1S great
ly respected by all who know him But perhaps he
can be appreciated the most by his teachers
-4 has reen w1tn us althctgh
retween 8 30 a a E 43 n the ni rning
r ic darkly cn t is 'n tinal tar 1 ss
th v u ha e used hi heer ul smile nd intec
a ca nature especia r the eg ing c
the aax An a ar1 1 us reaaer D1 k uia Q ways
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When Ralph entered the school he was not a
scholar, but steadily his work began to improve
ln his Sophomore year the faculty paid him great
honor in awarding him the Princeton Cup the
prize which is awarded each year to the student
who has been most conspicuous tor improve
ment Ralph receives praise with modesty We
think that when he erters Ghi State this Fall
there will be a great deal more of praise which
shall greet his modesty
RICHARD BONTECCU lONES
Gee Club 3 4
tea Ll s s
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,1t1 nar engineering feats D1 k is alsoi re
ested ll industrial desig 11nJ VV1 h dl his enthu
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Sadly, '4 A : H 1 : f It ' U C A A . At o::.e he nicst . sys ppitterin' arcun' h'
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Perhaps the best liked boy rn the Senror Class rs
Stanley Katz Since he came to this school a few
y ars ago he has established himself as a scholar
and athlete At Academy Stan has participated in
many extra curricular activities but hrs civic actrv
ities far outnumber these He has done work for
is well known throughout the crty Stan rs a ser
lOHN WELLINGTON KIMBLE
Varslty Football 3 4
Reserve Basketball 2
Varsrty Basketball 3
Gee Club 3 4
During hrs two and a half years at the Academy
I ck has divided hrs time evenly among sports
studies and gallrvantrng He played reserve bas
ketball during his sophomore year and partrcr
pated in varsity basketball and varsity swrmmrng
during hrs Junior year Hrs speed afoot however
made him an especrally good football play r
though he was often sidelined with rnrurres In
his studies lack w s somewhat behind his fellow
students when he enter d the .Academy but by
constant application he now makes average
STANLEY HOWARD KATZ
Football Manager 4
Reserve Basketball 2 3
Varsity Basketball 4
Class Offrcer 4
Cum Laude 4
Press Club 4
Gee Club 3 4
lntra mural Champ 4
rous minded student as a friend he owns a mighty
wrt and clever personality Hrs sense of humor rs
known and appreciated by both the faculty and
the students Hrs feeling for pleasure rs greatly
respected for rt rs intangible and cannot be d
scribed If Stan obtains the success rn college
grades One of hrs more noteworthy talents aside
from that of amusing his classmates with tall
tales during bullsessrons rs hrs abrlrty to sing
He is especrally adept at rmrtatrng Vaughn
Monroe Another of hrs characteristics rs hrs ten
d ncy to discourse on psychology or on psycholo
grcal cases H likes people crowds and good
times and whenever there rs a party lack rs
sure to be there Next year Krmbre plans to
go to Ohro State and later he will enter som
freld of medrcrne
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Reserve Basketball--2. 3 'Captain
Tenms -2, 3,-1.
Varstty "A" 2, 3, -l 'Pres:dentI
Class Officer 2, 3. 4 tPresndentI.
Student Council 72, 3, -4.
"Academy Llfe"- --4,
Three years ot popularity and close Iriendshrp
have marked Brll s attachment to the class of 1950
Sen1or qab sessrons have oft been htahltahted by
hls sctnttllattna words OI wrsdom on many sub
Jects In whatever sport he has partrcrpated he has
been a sparkpluq and has never been known to
qrve up Brll has been the pres1denI of the semor
The I rages r y In thrs year s Sealer Class ana
perhaps the Q' v l Itrle IS ca Racer Tod us d
rs srze wel Ihr uah ut hrah s h Playrnq I I
Independent I1 Q II 1 r Year Ira nd Iearr C
MI Buckexet rs year T d s vm I 16 rnlah ca
c, radrcal F xe tI1cat1 'I slrnply Q Itend an Arrer
rcan Hrst ry class There yca wrll Irnd one boy I r
in 21 I
class and cI the Varsity "A" In basketball he
holds the Academy reserve scorma record and
played In the all star C E L reserve qarne In 1949
Besrdes basketball Brll has been on both the Iennrs
and aoII teams Wrth hrs capacrty Ior makrna and
keeplna Irrends B1ll should have success In colleqe
STODDARD STOWE RAPER
Glee Club 3
the art ers ma a3'11nsIccaI vuners and ms pay
w1lI be T a R per Now bern., pro scn ethrna rs
act IU 1seI rad1caI but when suqaests that
ar va all the coal rs fr e erw re pe
come Iarrrers I IS I arc I Tod appre 1 es
a a cd Irrne he IS a a cd tr e d e IS aaaressrve
ana ne er n1dalecI ther aa h cptnr ns Ve
expect I see hr n rnake rrg 'ION e lor hrrnsel' In
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In IIVQ years at the Columbus Academy B111
Re1land has d1st1ngu1shed htmself as a conscrentr
ous rel1able and w1ll1ng student Seldom has
there been an affa1r 1n school 1n wh1ch B111 has
not played a part HIS av1d 1nterest 1n photogra
phy gave h1m a coveted pos1t1on on the Academy
Life and the Caravel for h1s four h1gh school
years After three years 1n the Press Club B111
rner1ted the honor of bemg Eclrtor of the 1950
Caruvel Srngmg was also one of B111 s extra ac
lOl-IN BARTON RESLER
Football 2 3 4 lCaptanl
Reserve Basketball 2
Varsnty Ba ketball 3
Tenms Manager l
T nms 3 4
Varsuty A lOtt1cerl
Class Offncer 3
G e Club 3 4
In the Mlddle School Long lohn was a good
student but rn the tenth grade he started to 11ft
we1qhts and he soon declared that bulglng
healthy muscles were better than a burn1ng t1red
brarn So lohn concentrated chlefly on athletrcs
HIS man 1nterest 1n 11fe became football and 1t
pard off too for he was elected football capta1n
and chosen the most valuable l1neman 1n the M1d
Buckeye Conference In the w1nter lohn gleefully
fouls on the basketball floor and rn the sprmg
WILLIAM FRANK REILAND
ootball 2 3
Re erve Basketball 2 3
Varsity Basketball 4
Baseball Manager l 2
Class Offucer l 4
Student Councul l
Cum Laude 4
Press Club72 3 4
Glee 'lub Prestd nt 3
lntra mural Charrps 4
1lV11lGS and hrs unt1r1ng efforts as Presxdent of the
Glee Club Warrant much approval B111 ach1eved
Cum Laude th1s year after IIVG years of good
scholarshlp and h1gh honor grades For the past
three years B111 s fam1l1ar number 73 was seen at
Academys left end Dur1ng basketball season
B111 was known as a f1ne team player wh1le he
garnered h1s share of pornts W1th h1s well
rounded background and w1despread Ublllly B111
w1ll achreve success 1n whatever professron he
blasts tennls balls past h1s opponents Outs1de of
athlet1cs Iohnny bel1eves 1n STGYIDQ hGDlOY He
smgs rncessantly Jokes and laughs so much
that the teachers often have to excuse h1m from
class Just to keep the other boys rn order W1th
h1s frrends and he has many Iohn IS srncere and
fa1r He never bullres and IS l1ked by everyone
Truly lohn should be a favorrte W1th h1s class
mates and an asset to the football team when he
enters Colby next fall
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Varsity Basketball-3, 4.
Varsity "A"--3, 4,
There rs a boy rn the Senror class of 1950 who
rs always rdentrfrable by hrs green corduroy pants
hrs wrde qrrn and hrs sense of humor He operates
an automobrle whrch has no headlrqhts he lrves
rn Arlrnqton and dates qrrls from Bexley but
whether he rs rn Arlrngton Bexley or Chrna he
always enroys hrmself He has to because wher
ever he qoes he brrnqs along hrs qood drsposrtron
The Class of 1950 has found Preston Srnks to
be rts top scholar For trve years Preston 1 d
the Honor Rolls and he was named the Scholar
ot the Year rn 1948 In hrs numerous appear
ances rn the state scholarshrp tests Preston has
always ranked hrqh rn hono s Ettrcrency rs an
other of Preston s trne pornts He has been class
treasurer for four years Pr ston was captarn or
111 I utr I in
hrs personalrty and hrs frrend Brlly ONer1 lohn
Srebert rs the boy s name lohn can do other thrnqs
besrde enroyrnq hrmselt however He rs an excel
lent basketball player who has won hrs Varsrty
letter two trmes Also he plays a wrcked game
of tennrs and was a member of the tennrs squad
When Iohn qoes to college we are sure hrs car
hrs pants and hrs smrle wrl1 attend hrm
Football 3 4
Tenms l 2 3lCaptam1
ass Offrcer l Z 3
Academy Lute 3 4 tEdr orl
Press Club 3 4
Academy s charrrpronshrp tennrs team rn 1949 and
the squad rn 1950 ln the freld of Journalrsm
Preston rs the hard workrnq edr or of the Academy
Lrie and a member of the board of edrtors of the
Ccxravel Outsrde of school Preston frequently en
royed athletrc contests partres and dances whrle
he managed to wrrte for one of the crty papers
Wrth hrs determrnaron and drlrqence Preston
should trnd success and honors at Yale
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l1mmy has come to the Academy for seven
years now and rn all that t1me he has been the
same qu1et undrsturbrng Irmmy neat obed1ent
and punctual Not an athlete he has always
focused hls rrterests on 1ntellectual subrects and
now he IS a member of the Glee Club the Student
Pederahsts and the Cum Laude Socxety He IS
a true Francophrle and hrs god IS Louls XIV In
fact one of hrs favonte hobbres IS the study of
French hrstory Another of Ilmmys pastlmes IS
GERALD LOUIS STONE
otball Z 3
Tenms Manager l
enms 2 3
Press Club 4
G e Club 3 4
lntra mural Champs 4
lerry has been a member of Academy s class of
l95O for tw lve full years ln that trme he has
stored up enough knowledge to have hxs oprmons
respected tn flelds rangmg from commumsm t
dat1ng lerry has ranked especxally htgh tn Eng
l1sh and has placed rn the fxrst ten rn the stat
Englrsh test On the athlettc held Ierry has be n
IAMFS PORTER SPENCER
Cum 'aude 4
G 99 Club 3 4
experrmentmg 1n hrs chermstry laboratory and
from experlment and study he has acqu1red such
a vast knowledge of chemlstry that he can even
stump Mr Goodwm wrth hts br1ll1ant QUQSTIOHS
In truth Spence IS so cunous that hardly ftve
mrnutes passes 1n any class that he doesnt ask
a questxon For th1s mnate cunoslty he was
awarded the Headrnasters Cup rn hrs Junror year
Thrs fall hm w1ll enter OSU wrth hopes of be
commg elther an outstandxng doctor or hxstory
maktng research chem1st
equally adept As Academy s brtck wall center he
has sparked many goal lme stands and a1ded
many touchdown df1V9S Spnngtrme has always
found lerry on the tenms courts playmg tn the
nurnber one doubles team lerry IS always counted
upon as a gracrous host and h1s whrte Ch vvy
and basement refreshment bar w1ll long be re
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Seated Cary, council member, Zollinger, president, Willcox, secretary,
Standing Madison, Rosenfeld, Underwood, Feibel, l Kayser, Coleg Groffg Ayres, Bonnellg Bull D.
Realizing its importance in school lite, this
years lunior Class shouldered a rriaior part at
scholastic and extracurricular activities. Andy
Cary, our only new student, was warrnly wel'
earned hy the entire school.
For nearly a rnonth loefore school began, seven
ot our rriernloers vied for positions on the first
eleven. Dave Madison Bob Zollinger, Rod Wzllf
cox and lir11 Feibel won letters: and Don Cole,
Dick Bull, and Bob Rosenfeld saw considerable
Shortly after school resurtged, cfass electiiz
showed Zell, presiderity Rod, secretary-treasure.
firi . Aridy council represezitative.
VJ1th winter upon us we hastened inside. Zoll
and Dave secured berths with the Varsity shoot-
ers, while Tom Bonnell, Andy, and Wayne Kay-
ser played reserve hall. Dick Bull rnanaged the
Varsity while lim swam for the rnerrnen,
The corriing oi Spring found lohn Ayres, Al
Underwood, Dave, Andy, and Wayne swinging
bats, along with Rod, last ye-ar's catcher. Paul
Sroff asszsted in rtianagzng tennis,
The riazties ot Cary Rosenfeld, Vlfzllcox Zol-
Qinger, and Feiloel constantly frequented the Hori-
or Roll. Cher aotL'.'1ties Qncligded SWT, Glee flak,
. izrsxy A ', Press 'flak and School puhiicar
'L tis. 'ffe is i cresewed 1' '.'er',' 51lCh?SSf'.ll 'utiif
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Scared Phtter, secretary, LaMfmrc, C , president, Sartdborg, counctl member
Stamdung Rardtn, Hull, Darflerg Smks, T, MCLC-ang Ztcglerg Lurlc, Lunsford, Hanford
Although the Soplftorriore Class beasts only
twelve members, ll certainly lS one of the most
aCt1ve groups at the Academy, lt 1s a Class
plaqued by tragedy, besause tie areaa azsease
rclrs, las: SLHHIIIPT, Clatrrred hte if a Class'
mate Nate Hallwcicga. But despite Slllfll mister'
turtes, the Sopl1ar1.1 res have dtlrqerrtly r.azea cz
lfflll 1r1 schalasues, atrrletres, arta extra-C.grr1:11.1:r
Crt the football ttela Taft Fritz-rr, Rirmie Sara'
bzra, Don lflcleart, aio Trggrti xr. :mms ac'
trert ort the varsity sauaa. Pdtter arta oar1ar,era
received their Varsity letters, '.'.',l1 ..1u ,N .th
ci wmter the athletes tgfxea if . zsfzeirz, ara
sw1r1.rn1r1g. lohm Z1
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the varsity zasrcettzal tearr., aia six Qtners payea
on the reserve team. To the sw1mrn1riq team the
Soplworuore Class cemrmuted two rnerrriert. 'When
sprma rolled around, the sgkt cf l6Y1I'1lS racrcets
ana baseball gloves revealed the ftrral athletrc
endeavor of the year.
lm the classrqerr. the Sorrrgfriires perfirrred
adr'r1iral,lyp the r1ar1.es of Tcrr. Ftarazrr, ffharles
Lalvlortte, and Alarr Lunsford regularly appeared
CR the Honor Roll. Not coiterit with lirixinq their
rrtterests m extra-Currtsular C1Cll'.'lT1ES to the Cara-
vel, The Academy Life, Glee Club, VGIS1l'j
Stuaeri' ffourzeil, and the lffifa FE'jlEYTIl1STS'--
the Sgrhirrines srfrsorea ' 'fern' S',lT'I9FSf',ll
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First Row Katz, A., secretary, Griffin, president, Lario, Council member, Gaodman, Foreman, Qarroll, Feibrgl, D, LaM9ntc, I
Clapham, Qulllan, Dooley.
Second Row ,Schaefg Deitrich, Buchanan, Forsythe, Bc-rrnan, Abbott, Ford, Stauffer, Ktdwell, Wemgardner, F5 Corrodi, I
Huffman, j, Wright, Brown, Walther.
Frfani the IFE-jlllfllllkj at this school year, the
l953 knew lull well that the lallawing
inanths would prove to he dilticult in both scholas-
tics and athl
etxcs. Despite the apparently insurf
e apstacles in the farm af new expert
ences and respansinilities, hard work and en-
thusiastic play have resulted in knowledge, ex-
perience, and CY9I'f1ll develojefizent.
To the ten new members ct Freshman Class
the work has been extremely difficulty however,
r,a:z:es at several at these students cen-
stantly appeared on the Honor Ball. More than
a auarter ot the Freshmen have maintained hers
er grades thrcuahauz the year.
The class has been regiresented 1:
Qithleticsg Freshmen have carried the balance af
ptwer in upper-lawer sports an-d have lurnished
reserve haskethall players and varsity hasehall
and tennis candidates.
This year the class elected very capable ci'
ticers: President, Bill Grilling Council Ptepresenta'
tive, Bill Lanep and Secretaryffreasurer, Aaron
Despite the size ot the Freshman Class, one af
The larqest in the histary af the Academy, all the
bays have found places in the life cf the Siflllilf
and the large number af Freshmen will increase
the eniayment at remeziiperiria friends when the
flass at l953 will cnaziae ti leak fhraulgh this
frxrdvel in the future.
President of the Middle School
The Middle School is a place of challenging studies and com-
petitive spcrts directed by its able headmaster, Mr. David H. Smith.
Early last fall Peter French was elected presidenty Tom Barnes, vice-
president, and Andy Steffan, secretary-treasurer. lt was these boys,
with the guidance of Messrs. lones and Smith who were the guiding
spirit of the Hlungle lamboreen,-this year's version of the tradi-
tional Middle School fair. All the students and many adult friends
worked hard to make this fair the most financially successful ever.
The Middle School proudly presented a check for S1500 to the build-
Cummms, Englsshj Cartwright, Bloser, Schzcdmgcr, Thempsjn, RgThompson, Frcnch P Th rscn Femkncpf Larrnmer
1 if 'mes parted by Icm E Cc ff
Seeeya Ferre sir. mime I1 A -X
lgzzratzvely im m the kfzek rouhc he ,lr Qsei 11 1
.- ,gf the Upper semeus aspect ' JETCXG '
" 1-:fxs fed By Litle G T1
psir, Qi ile Pete Prem ns
The fvhddle Sched is made up
The riest advarieed if these us the
whzse members have che lust
Ccrefree 'year hefire fCC1Y,Q Tlsff
Sfhlfl. This years :iierry ihiikit.
fag tfziris SChCEd1I'lQQY amd hm Th
C' ' ied :git szzgidw f rv
Staftclmg--Sharp, Brookhoaseg Abbett, K, Turtart, Boothby, Geedyg Ellnatg Muller, Lealcart, Wg Hazeltort, Parett
The r eye Lf this unusually large farrrr cf t'..er.ty'
nree are a very cengenral greup if ' ..A. dale
ner. , Then hzrie reern this 'year was apa.. :fern
ne rest ef the Mradle Schael, iff Upper Sched
arfarnq where Mr. lanes actea as roam eter.
Three new faces were netreezl when Chee.
genes rn September: Mickey Galler., eipxak
nlazeltan, ana lxrr. Parrett. Then, as the ye rr:-
reeeed, Kerrnrz Turner, Fred lffhlte, ara Frei
Thzrre ptr: in thetr appearance-9. Srx ki,-gs Lf Thr
we Cl'17IYf?f rnermbere: lzkester Rex IL...at.
Seated Rtceg Wasserstrafr, Thorpe, Tarrter, Steffen Arr-Qld, Appleton, Katz, D, Beatty, j, Gallen
Cheerful hrrr Beatty, Gaagete Vtfalrer perm rt
Pewerheuse Ereakheuse, Qrgairzer Reb s
ara Flanay .Array Steffai. Dave Beathb
aependahle as ever ra beast the Class' Q n
average and 'liniy Arnela, Mike Tart ana
Brace Mrfer have been egga.ly aepe t 1
Ezeegng actrvgtiee gay and Lnteresirng. Ce
:as been practreally crie hunared per C D-
eetea rn all epirts in sefzserz. lf the Cl me n 2
tpgefher and rxcregses aurrng the nextf 1 r
'T ehealfi a Vry te AC':fif:':.y ffiffrchee
Standing-Newstedt, Gj Chamblmg Wyatg Hull, A4 Gurevitzg Bryantg Clifford.
SeatedWGree-neg Stoutg Paveyg Callaghang Curran, G5 Helsey, Wmegarner, W,
With that first difficult year in the Middle School
behind thern, the B Forrn this year have left them-
selves veterans of a now familiar campaign.
lohnny Pavey and Vforth Luft were new to the
class in Septeber, and both have proved valuable
additions. Arthur Hull soon joined to make the
class the largest it has been to date. Billy Wine-
aarner, Billy Greene and Donald Bryant have led
the :lass athletically, while lohnny Pavey, Darold
Greek, Elliott Stout, Dunbar Helsley, and Mike
Callaghan have upheld the scholastic honors.
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Standing Maullar, johnstan, D, Beatty, R, Snwth, B., Kincaid, White, Lacey, R, Brown, D, Luft, W, Schwarzell, rt,
johnston, L, Ingrarn, Rector, French, A., Ruben, D, jacobs
Seated -Donaldson, Bigelow, Kaiser, Hester, F., Strickland, Wilson, Cectdtngton, t-till
As usual, the year in A Perrn has been one of tently, but he has been hard pressed such
transition. And with the usual feeling at 'Vfhat students as laclcie Strickland, Boh Kinlcaid, Laurie
else can happen to rne naw?l' the A-Farmers nave lacohs, lohn lngrarn, Fred Hill, Tarn Ceddingtarz
carnpleted the year with calers flying. Each of the Tim Bigelow, and Bahlay Beatty. Athletzcally the
twenty-tour :nernhers has maintained an attitude class has been led by Richard Bectar, whase en-
ot cheer and industry that kids fair for ine ree thusiasrn was ill-paid by a hralcen nase during the
rnaining three years of the Middle School. Dick baseball season, Pritzie Kaiser, Butch lahnstan,
Lacey has been the tarnfs tap student cansis- and Bch Kincaid.
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Scared Starvtrzrwg Sharp, Dj Rc,,sOfvwCr, Ohdc, CWWCUT0, Case, Pearse, Schwarzcll, jg BCH, Manckm, Cllms
Sramimg Hester, F., Russ, S, Dumber, Morehouse, Bxersj Wglfo, A, Ncwstcdr, S, Ladfrsery Exam, Sn'uY?'w, Brown, S,
Pafrgn, G, BNGTT, Wwncggrcer, R, Lculfart, D
LOWER SCHOOL If ycg were stcg cz rpg, 4212 ::.erg.rer:. Tips yen: rhe stuff as fcf-
cf rrue flrst figxr qrcrcles cf the Cclurzplcpxs Acczilerzf' rcws: i1rst Qrizce, Mrs. Lexx-T-11:1 Nccrr :tid M1ss
to ask hxrzr '.-Jhct he thought ci schccl hfe, h1s Ct Hel-err Pcrretiq second grade, Mrs. Mgxricrm Hxqh
swer wcprid probably re errthusrzstrc. sgerty cmd Mrs. Ohve Milerg third qrzde, Mrs.
In the f1.st four grades at Aczclertiyrethe sec- Mgzrthir Bcdey cmd Mrs. Dcrcthy Ieffrgesz
trci referred tc Us the Lcwer Scrztcl -frhere are fcgrth grade, felis, Grcce Celecne lpflifflf 1:1 arid
serie lf :Qivs het:-seeri ages cf srx xiii Terr. Mrs. Thelriz Hires.
A prcblerrg fczced Ly Lcz-fer Schccl fccpxliy Cgisrcie cf their nqcrcgs echccsizc ripzuzre he
was tc II'1fIfTUiI1 srtpzzf classes iii 'new cf ire sggdeits cf the lcwer Schccl engcyej iiiriiercgs
large erpifiiient. If '.'.'::s sclvei Jcrmaig ,.
sectzcis " exch Qrzxde arid Licrezzsx 1: the fcc-,Lf g,r"fvj
Seated--Tuttle, Peterson, Pj Curran, Aj Yeriang Squireg King, G., Dresselg Sanford, Rosenfeld, Sg Marteg jenkrnsg Griswold.
Standing--,Yenking Gould, R5 Buchsrebg Krumrng Postlewalteg Scneaf, Ag Ziegg lsaacg Gerhartg Bonifieldg Handleyg Walton,
Ag Kersclnenstinerg Lemrnong Knoopg Slyhg Walton, W4 Hysellg Gibbonney: Mazey, W.
picnics and parties. The first fete of the year was
the Thanksgiving program, given by the second
grade for the rest of the coys. Later, games were
played and refreshments served in the various
hcme rooms, and the looys went horne to recuper-
ate during the ensuing Novemloer vacation.
When classes were resumed, thoughts turned
toward the Christmas play. 'Grandfathers Christ'
mas" provided a part for every boy, and the ex-
citement cf "opening afternoon" mounted as par-
ents and friends were seated in the crowded au-
ditorium. When the play was over, the actors re-
tired to their class rcorns to enjoy games and re-
freshments planned cy the rooms' rnothers.
Spring was in the air as the new semester pe-
gan, and it was increasingly difficult for students
to keep their minds cn studies. Realizing the need
for open air and space, the teachers planned more
picnics. ln May, the annual "box lunch party"
was celebrated in the shade of the frees along
t niifiiiirnl nil l'rlffr' ltlf
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Seated Peterson, 1, Yo,1r1g, Wtnegarvwcr, T, Perktrws, Patt:,r1, M, SJoc1'r1ar1, Murtgh, ir betta, Matthews, Sease, Kng,
1, Goud, M, C110
Sfav1c11r1g Sharp, I, Essex, Barnes, Daly, Lubx, Sutton, Ross, A, Gwltspe, Lacey, S, Larson, Corgpgr, Holt, Adams, Grohe
Algrxr Creek 11r1:i.QI1ihegZl11y1r1gf1eQ'i. All S-IlIfI'y'?fi fieis trrrried 31'-er ti the L31-fer Seri.:
the JLIIIIQS and treasure hprrzts pfurzrzed by the Lxirfrry Fund,
teachers cmd boys, Ancther p1cr11C was plcmrrej The Mothers' Ceurierl has been p11rt1c'.11.irly GT
1:1 Moy by the Mothers' Council. Thrs, was CI true zhis year. The Council is Corrrpcsed ef al'
Fizthers cmd Sorzs party, and UN errgeyed C1 vigor' rzigthers of the 131-Jer sehaci bays, Thrs yecrr the
ips day tollcwed rjy r1ct cr few cchrig backs. exeegtzzre cczrxrrxittee '.-.'Q1:s Ceripcsed ef Mrs. 'Nj
A153 CH the sprrrrq as-jerijiz was 32:14:11 beak l1 ,, A. Carhle, fr., :ZfSSl1'l9YlTI Mrs. Alfa: Barnes
f:x1r. As H1 the past Cocks were Cellesred and 're'--Lresrdehtz Mrs. Vfzfliarri Wbhen fr. secre
sid :md this year refreshnierrts cmd cr puppef img Mrs. Fred Srrtith, treasurer cmd eight rcerr
were ircvriied fer the Qhrldreri. The Meth-
ers f3',1r1:11 sgcrrsered ih1s pregrcii, :rid pry 1' 1r1.'.-11-1.-f 1 1- 1
scared Haggert my Ugen, NN, Parifer, Le lfzr J W spar Y gbarp W Bemug
a dung N W rd Sourhard, Mazey, D,
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La Monte C French P Grnffun Reuland Zollunger Barton Cary Sandborg ONe:I Lane
Semor Repres ntcmves
Robert Burton Vfxlllum O N911 W1H1crm Rexlcmd
Robert ZOHIYIQQT Andr W CGW
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eated Soeecer secrerary LaMonre C presuderwf Rardm treasurer
Qrarwcnrfe Doo ey Stoneman Lane R enfeld I-Iuffrran Wrughr B II D WIII ox F Il5QI Kayser Qngg
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Srarwdrng Mr Exams, Ferbeh D, Lawg, Carrodu, Zregler, Larlc, Aves, Z'IT ngerg Graff Fcrbcl, I, VVMCU-Q, Kaxser
Thxs pas! year was the seeexa seaserx s1:13-.5
The rekurth 1:1 the Glee Curt. As was Case
ias: year, B111 Rexiarra was presrdem aria T-ir.
Kermeth Evans, arrectar ai the group. Early rri the
fafl Mr. Evans called a rzreetmg af sangsters, aria
thereafter err frferiaay and Eriaay afterrzeezis the
sgriaers gregiarea fer their 53:11:13 erigaaerierits.
The frrst appearariee was at Eaerbaf Bari-
aiget, Here, the Glee Cfakt eiterrarziea fathers aria
satis with 'The Vfhiffenpsef Sena" ana 'Clea-
herpaf Eririi fJe'.'e:r1iier is May rhe rehearsafs
. . , .'11fr'1'r',."A1:frf V'r1.'llr'1'.f rllrrr' A I.
0 rregare ine seestzgzzs :er the sprrzig
Th ,lrzrrax pf the year was the Calyrrzzbus
SCT'1f'3l ter Grrls Cherr and the Academy Giee
rjlllf rt Concert, The boys and QXZS sama
eral greaps ef serigs separatefy aria Carrxbrrrea
in a areap whleh was hlghlrahtea The Sprria
Serta, Eellewirga .he preceaerzi set last year at
ine czrieeri, the tw: araarirzairiris sperzssrea a
aarfe 'zter the perlfrrtiartce.
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First Row--Felbel, D., Darfler, Huffman, R, O'Nell, Slebert, Feutael, 1, Rc-sler, Fullen, Willcox, Buchanan, Ziegler, Slime,
Sandberg, SlY'll't3, T.
Second Row -Bull, R, Eldson, Ayres, Barton, Zollmger, Potter, Brown, Brock, Kvmble, Katz, Sinks, Pg Raper, Rellarwd
The Varsity "A" Clip, consisting of letterrnen
of any varsity sport, set during the l94QelQ5U sea-
son a preceaent to he followed hy future "A"
Cluhs. This year the clulo under the leadership of
President Bill 9'Neil aotually ascornplishea sexe
eral proiects. During the football season
grarris were prepared tor each horrie game
were passed out to all spectators clulo r
bers. Later in the fall the Varsity "A" sponsored
a successful aariee in Irie school assernhly r orn.
The proceeds trorri the dance were used to pur-
Cnase Z.9'v'J rfzskets fur the qyrtxnasiurrx, ln spring
The frxrgial Zfllililiifi Cereniorfy inauofea ten ne:-'
IIxi"f.I',ifS IYY2 TIAS CQQI
VARSITY " " CLUB
Seven years ago zhe Varsity "A" Club was
organized for the purpose of bringing together
varsity letter winners, thereby creating a hetter
understarioling arrgong the Acaolerriy teams. Af
present, rnainly through the nurrieropis tasks
which this years :lub has undertaken and coni-
pleted, the Varsity "A" is one ot the most in-
tl'iential clubs in the school.
VJith Bill Q'Ne1l serving as president, lilnifl
Resler as' vice-prestclerzt, and Dzclc Huttrnan as
seoretary-treasurer this year the Varsity "A" Club
his certainly developed into a rrzaoh 1::1pro','e'i
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"M FHBEL Mr Everett H. Perkins
The Ccxrcrvel staff wishes is askhowleaqe
we efforts of al' the students sorizrbgte
1 mage the 'EO Ccncrvel more than any stil'
ary high school ppihlzsation. task has
een tryirig at urn-es, but the resqg recompense-
he hard work whetrier it be '.-rrztlrig cipy or
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Wiiliarh C'Neil '50
Boa Vfillcix 'Sl
Charles lsalvlorite '52
Byron Fora '53
lohh Ayres 'Sl
Bolo Rosenfeld 'Sl
Davia Madison 'Sl
Rod Willcox 'Sl
Bolo Zollmqer 'Sl
Charles lsalvlorite '52
Tom Hardin '52
lohh Ziegler '52
lohri lNriqht '53
lon Gillette '57
IIM SPENCER WAYNE KAYSER
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Bagkefbak B35 Barrow EXNNFYWFVNUQ, Gab Briwng Bagebalf jay Hanfag Foorbail. jzhn Fieskar, Term
,E'if'Z'iEII.',' Fcitrfrl 'ear' .
ing with niany fine prfsgecte, fe f"
title in the rnia-Bpxckeye finfefrcf, 'zfia 'xii
ceflent coaching staff. Ae 1Tff'f'T'.f-I: ffhiie arid
Baker rnoulaea a hard iahiiig spxfei crei-.'
Vikinas, the first dame Ereztvft N' "" e dy.
Bremen, fresh trorn a 'czctfrn if the rre':1i1ge -:eeli
trotted cn tc the Ac':de:t1',' field where Thi 'A.' Silk'
rnttted tc cr T2-O tro1.gnc1ri'5 fy the Ilieeiiieri. EJ
Barton spearheaded the drreregtied Acadefny :t
tack, crashing over tor twe touchdowns, Bremen
later went on to finish the season wzxh the leer
.5 Girrgx VTE: 'z ras: Zrfrti Tia
l T. Sf"-EfT1Yf'j carrie tc Academy next and
has S'96K1Ii'Z revenge ict the lceiztiriq saf-
rt Ili. Sierhna the jcreuicus year Shcwea a
23.113 ifienee headed by Tod Racer s accurate
eeing. Gibby Brown aathe-red in twc of Tode
xcliacnvn passes and David Madison another.
eedy Don foie qarnerea six points in a 20-
' fcyrth auarter dash. The Vikings thus 'gained
e fchn Galhreatn trophy.
Academy ran into rnud at lvlechanicslourq then
and in a dull hattle in the rnire, the only decisive
to Acfldemy GS the Tiglngh V7 had YQTVTG' cron' :L carne in the final halt rninute. Russ lcnes.
jggk Vtfhmis rnen suffered a i2-T defea' inf 't'ff:i'::iicsburq field aoal specialist took a had
following week at Franktcrz. The sriiritiese Acfide :Lies trotn center and outsloshed the Viking rnud-
rny squad showed little offensive r deteneivf dere in a ten-yard dash to the aoal line. Cincin-
power althouqh one Viking scfre was called nick T'1'Zii ffcziintry Day School journeyed to Academy
kiecauee ct a penalty. The Vikings' ' e SC'Y"i '11 the Vikings crushed the dcwn staters 256
ll'f1i1l ffl' fft' f.'t'114f,' Um' 1-711i11'ti'1'fwIiwl.' ,q11t'irf.'.'
gr. a Lf1,llS1T.Q battle, Qxoe agairp Tea Paper af.: extra ' afj iz' good and the tie game was
Ginny Brown coliaberated for two stores. Ronde eve'
Saxanorg ana Dicn Harrigan gataerea iff- oirf,-, T- 9 :xii 23355 31 -Iggy with Uzgveisity
Lvl Six pointers' ' eiaea gr, 115. .Qoaaeriy 'notary 7-5. Still showing
Shjwmg mme hghtl gpm and dine than ever spirit ine fxgxgs -'i-'Lin ori.y :ive ante Laci: tielas
refore. Academy ran into Liberty Uris: oi the 55 1243? gamewcnu held Gut to th?
L, U. homecoming night. Battling toe to toe, the gif sgjriea SY 15:1 Rgpgr' Acgdemyscjrec
TNC teams fought, smashed and :oQQ1dea iii 42 I' 'lj E jig 'fum Sxegk' BCL Burton ached The
minutes ot driving football. Academy took a six 'iV'rt3T'T 53:31 pill'
nothing lead when Rod Vfiicox skirted end for Cizptair. fair. Resler along with Gibby Browr.
9 yards and a score. Late in the final stages ',' '-'et-- rise: 'xg the all Mid-Conference Team
the game, after being driven Lack tinge and agair. '.-,fitii fear. Uiifig voted the Leagues outstanding
Ly Captain Reslet and Dave Madison along with il!tfJI1.'If,. Tom Brock and Tod Raper were awards
the rest of the team, Liberty Union scored an the fri ,1--fora teari. positions ara Ierry Stone and
finai play ot the game on a 12-yard pass. The ,:. 'zrrtefi ti Honorable Mention.
Vp fm' .mum frtivft tlir, 6.?.' D,,Da,Ch pp-,Ofc
COACH IACK WHITE
lack White came to Academy tour years ago. ln
those four years he has' won friends :tot only in our school,
but among the many friends ci Academy on the outside.
A great athlete himself, Mr. Whxe has how to get
the most from Academy foofball and basketball teams
which have consistently faced teams which are lar su-
perior in numbers and strength. Mr. Vfhites ieanis al-
ways stress sportsmanship, aqgressiveness, and inteilif
gent playing. This year for the lirst time Acadernys foot-
ball squad used the T-formation. There were temporary
stands on the lield, and the field itself was kept Qreen
and firm thanks to the efiorts of Mr. White. He has always
kept Academy a name to be reckoned with in Columbus
sports. Mr, White teaches algebra to Freshmen and his
tory to the middle school boys, besides helping with the
Middle School athletic program. Day in and day out Mr.
White is a very busy man.
Academyfl2 Bremen O
Academye- 7 Frankfort . l2
Academyf Mt. Sterling ,. 6
Academye- O Mechanicsburg ,, 6
Academy C.C.D.S. , ,.,. .. ,, 7
Academyee 6 Liberty Union . . 6
Academye- 7 University , .. , 6
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Seated Potter Wullcox Katz Fullen Hanna Barton Cary Sandborg Madnson
ctandmghCoach Tom Baker B Il R Darfler Underwood Ayres Bonnell Kayser Buchanan Zlegler Dooley Hand
The 1950 baseball squad under the drrectron
of a new coach began practrcrng the frrst of Aprrl
The new coach Mr Tom Baker harls from Rhode
Island State College Besrdes hrs detarled knowl
edge of the sport hrs splrlt and encouragement
have been a great asset to the team
At the hrst practrce erght retumrng lettermen
greeted Mr Baker lay Hanna Captarn and hrst
strrng prtcher was back for hrs second season
Although not a letter wrnner last year Al Under
wood was the second prtcher thrs year followed
by lohn Buchanan and Wayne Kayser Rod Wrll
cox aga1n resumed hrs posrtron behrnd the plate
whrle Bonme Sandborg and Stan Katz fought rt
out for thrrd base As rn two prevrous years Bob
Barton patroled the short stop posrtron Two new
comers completed the rnheld Dave Madrson took
over the keystone sack and Andy Cary grabbed
hrst base from other lrkely candrdates In the out
freld there were three lettermen Dave Fullen Tad
Potter and lohn Ayres However two more new
comers Chuck Dooley and Iohn Zergler edged
out Potter and Ayres for startrng berths Other out
fler and Tom Bonnell
The startrng lrneup for the marorrty of the games
read as follows Hanna prtcher Wrllcox catche
Cary hrst Madrson second Barton short stop
Sandborg thrrd Dooley left held Zergler center
freld and Fullen rrght held On the startrng nrne
there are three senrors three runrors two sopho
mores and one freshman
At press trme the varsrty had played only hve
games los1ng all frve If thrs 1S any rndrcatron of
what the rest of the season wrll be lrke and rt rs
we surely cannot nope for a champronshrp
Nevertheless everyone trres hrs hardest and has
a lot of fun The scores of the hrst fourteen games
are lrsted below
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Mt Vernon 3
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Six letteririerl lent last years cnarnpianship lre scheaale inc.uaea :natcnes with :ne IC.iOf.'.'-
tenriis team returned far actian th1s seasari. Lng CBL. teams: Delaware, Ariiriatan, Grana-
Thcuah these players farmed the nucleus at a Bexley, and Mt. Vernon. Other hari-leaaue
ccwertal squad, they realized that ether CBL. ccrizeszs were with Chilhcathe, the faculty, and
teams had became niare iarceful and that the Vi- f,f,D,S, Egglq gf the lggg-45 qggmg wgg plgygj
kmas would have ta struqale cleverly and yialerit- in-,rice --arice OH tiiexr caurts and ance an
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Prem these six rnen Caach Bet-Jn filled in the Again as last year, the Viking tennis squad
ieanz pasiticns lil fallawina manner. Captain 13323535 gpgre than nie-rg tennis players. Mr,
Presteri Sirlks WGS riufilbef CTIG S1IiC5lGS PXCIYQI- Bcwns secancl pregect that at resuriacina the
lihn Sielaert, Bill O'Neil, and Thurman Sinks bat- riirtfieast clay courts, drafted many hearty pick-
ilea fcr the tw: ana three singles cesmcns with fjfic gig-,-91 53515 gzncna 1-.rhcrn Ralph Harriphrey,
the wcrst cf these three jilfllilffll Ci T59 SSCCFU friarles Lalwlante ana Allen llnderwcca liiifif-Eli
aeuiiles teanx lahn l.'.lr1aht ar Bill especially well. The scncal and all the tennis
Lane. Finally lerry Stcne and lehn Fesler farmed payers sincerely thank these bays fer ny:k1nq
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upthernsfrmrcokrethaa es nxas rmte rc
cause of hrs brrllrant rdea cl thrng al oatrolm rr r rnaroon pegg a parr s and grey sued
shoes Y s Fhr flay Hanro was a calculatr g ran H explarned th atter to me s rn
where rrr the wrckea crty o 'XI w Orleans was a 'nan wrth a th ry wnr h Joula charrge th
Parrs U Irrn had exoostula a th ory r atr rr f topsor t r ug t e use but Gr
grass' Urrdervt rld p wers were after thrs m rr My Job was to stop th powers
Sudd nly my thoughts were br k n by the r ar of a huge s mrtrarler as rt swerx ed
drre tly toward m I flung myself to the gr und As I lay there I h ard th huge vehr les
arrbrakes screech as rt came to a halt Th d or opened and shut When I looked up agarn
rt was rnto the eyes f a aark grant In a low c arse xorce he sard Corn wrth me Ralph
Humphrey led me to hr cab and I was off for th wrldest adventure of my lrfe
When the truck stopned agarn rt was at what seemed a deserted spot about srx mrl s
out of New Orleans Get out sard my srlent fr nd Humphrey When I had alrghted the
truck drove off Somewhere rn the nrght I hea d musrc from a honrcy tank sorloon I walked
toward the norse and soon found myself rn front of a drngy nrght spot call d Stuffman s As
I entered a sleezy dark hatred man wrth a crgarette hangrng from the corner of hrs mouth
gre ted me It was ferry Rocky Stone co owner of the nrght club Stone had reached the
peak of hrs pow r rn 1956 when he owned 453 bars rn the state of Ohro However he attempt
ed to besrege the governor s mansron and was forced rnto exrle by the Ohro Natronal Guard
He now lrves rn New Orleans where he makes a comfortable lrvrng and every evenrng en
tertarns hrs frrends rn hrs recreatron room whrch he had had rmported from Columbus The
other owner of Stuffmans rs Drck Huffman former brewer of Huffs Ale who when the
brewery busrness farled began the marrufactu e of chewrng tobacco The nrght club rs a srde
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lrne wrth Drck who also substrtutes rn Rrnqlrnq Bros crrcus for the bearded lady on her vaca
As l stepped rnto the room whrch was d1mlY lrt wrth maroon lrqhts and shrouaed wrth
gray sm ke a blood curdlrnq scream frlled the arrl Doctor' Doctor' ls there a Doctor rn the
hou e7 Forward carrre a clean cut younq man wrth a black baq a whrt coat and a number
73 on hrs back It was my qood frrend Brll Berlarrd crrrne doctor Hrs p trent lay screa'nrna
her srdes splrt B111 showrnq all hrs ten years medrcal experrence at Srrra Srna deftly sewed
the woman up She was now rn strtches and why l looked to the staqe and saw There
was Stan Katz world famed c rnedran composer of the popular hrt tune Eqads It s a Cop
Aaa 1' Stan whc had made mrllrons sellrnq plarn prpe racks to Case Clothes of Srberra
was tellrna for the tenth trme hrs famous Joke about th man who wanted to have only thre
chrldren when he was marrred because he heard that every fourth person born rn the world
was a Chrnaman
Followrna the brrllrant comedran carne the featured crooner lack Krmble wrrter of
lx rnbles Book of Facts who sanq one of the lrqhter torch sonqs Nobody Can Match You
Honey Because You re My Flame As I heard lack rna I remembered that he was one of
Lucky Tom s torpedoes As everybody knows Lucky Tom Brock was the leader of the North
Srde syndrcate Tom owned qamblrna casrnos from Watervrlle Marne to San Dreao In Tom
1 saw the answer to the case He was out to steal the Spencerran theory and 1 had to stop hrm
There he was now at the roulette table coolly placrnq 591 on the black
I went to a table to fraure my plan of attack I glanced around me At the table at my
left sat Davrd Fullen famous archrtect and Grbby Brown 1 saw on the tablecloth that Dave
had drawn numerous blueprrnts for the new Columbus Academy Gymnasrum whrch at long
last was rn the plannrng staqe Fullen was as surprrsed as 1 as he saw hrs plans suddenly
obscured by Grbby Brown who was lyrnq on hrs back across the table demonstratrnq the
Arabran back stroke whrch had won hrm the Olymprc Champronshrp for ten years Grbby
who rs presrdent of the World Optrmrst Club was celebratrnq wrth Fullen a new rnventron
of Dave s a three prece paper bathrnq surt for women Before my eyes Grbby was whrsked
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the Warsaw Wrzards worked rn the off season as a strong armed man for Stuffman s Iohn s
mam ambrtron to become a sports announcer was never realrzed for rn a game lohn had
l st hrs two front teeth
I glanced to the rrght There surrounded by a bevy of beautres sat professronal lover
Brchard Erdson Eldson through hrs many years rn the practrse of love makrng had attarned
such a peak of perfectron that he had become a one man datrng bureau' My attentron was
drawn to the door where announced by the clash of cymbals and the tune Onward Chrrs
tran Soldrers stood that outstandrng temperance leader author of the controversral novel
The Keg and I Robert Bull I'Ie was followed by hrs I2 Sramese cats each carryrng a parnt
brush rn rts mouth Bob looked around and approached the table where sat Preston Srnks
Srnks reputed to be the rrchest man rn the country had earned hrs fortune by travelrng around
the world answerrng prrze questrons on radro and televrsron qurz programs Srnks also was
a famous authorrty on Chrnese phrlosophy and a proponent of the hydrogenatron of tennts
Suddenly the band struck up a rhumba tempo On the stage were those two former
B Hrve boys Iohn Srebert and Brll O Nerl O Nerl was now on a vacatron from hts coachrnq
strarght years Srebert who had made hrs mon y manufacturrng used cars had combrned
wrth O Nerl rn parntrng old tennrs balls red and sellrng them as apples
The musrc was loud the talk was louder Suddenly I felt a chrll of fear I slowly turned
my head to the door There Just entermg was the man whom all the world has been awart
mg Iames Porter Spencer He was followed by hrs lawyer and advrsor Bob Barton who had
Just returned from hrs trrp to the moon Spencer had offered Barton a valuable opportunrty If
Bob could be the lawyer who patented Spencer s theory Bob would have the feather rn hrs
cap whrch would enable hlm to run for the Presrdency of the Unrted States the followrng
year A hush fell over the crowd Across the room I saw FBI agent Drck Iones arrse from hrs
seat Drck aroused my courage and my hope I-Ie was sent here by the Federal government
to protect Spencer A former presrdent of the Unrted Natrons Iones was a good man for the
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