Elmira Free Academy - Torch / Sagoyawatha Yearbook (Elmira, NY)

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AM UEL LANGHORN ULEM ENS, Mark Twain, was born November 30, 1835, in Florida, M isscruri. At the age of twelve years he was obliged to leave school, but was apprenticed to a printer, gaining a love for reading as well as a trade while with him. After travelling through many states as a journeyman printer, he became a river pilot, prospector, miner and reporter, and visited not only California but the Sandwich Islands and The Holy Landg In 1870 he was marrwd to Oliva Langdon at the home of her father in Elmira. For the nezt twenty years he maintained a residence in Connecticut, but much of his best writing was done in his study at the Mark Twain farm, overlook- ing Elmira. He received degrees from Yale and Oxford, won fame as a lecturer as well as writer and in 1910 died at Redding, Connecticut, and was buried in the family plot in Woodlawn Cemetery, Elmira. We, the Senrbr Class of Elmira Free Academy, in our 1980 Year Book pay our humble homage to this famous Elmirian, of whom we might well say in his own words: "He was a good man, and a very, very great man. America lost a son and all the world a servant when he died." IM- - 2 T HE D E C This hitherto unpublished poem by Mark Twain appears in "The Pilot" through the For thirty years. Then came a day When all my pride full low was laid, ER LI T! courtesy of Mr. Jervis Langdon, nephew and intimate associate of this great writer The Year Book Board extends to Mr Lang- don its rnost grateful thanks for this unique and highly valued privilege' ALMsHoUsE ATTENDANT Consider Sir in a time long past the fame of his great ser- vices filled the world' now he lies dying here friendless forlorn and forgotten and mutters his reproaches with unconscious lips OU sneer you ships that pass me by Your snow pure canvas towering proud You traders base why once such fry Paid reverence when l1ke a cloud Storm swept I drove along My Admiral at post his pennon blue Faint in the Wilderness of sky my long Yards brlstllng with my gallant crew My ports flung wide my guns displayed My tall spars hid in bellymg sail! You struck your topsalls then and made Obelsance now your manners fail Well go your Way and let me dream Was strong and young and life did seem Made all for Joy when I like you Did skim the sea all bravely clad And whether skies in splendor shone Or palled the world m gloom, was glad 0 golden days where are you flown! For thirty years I served the wars And trod the deep m sinful pride Begot of my brave battle scars And cherished stains where heroes died Remotest oceans knew my fame Remotest lands paid court to me With thundering guns and spouting flame And welcoming hosts on bended knee And all my honor men did slay As 'twere a worthless thing They said. "This ship is old, and fails apace, "Her form is warp'd, her spars astrain. "Her sails but rags-it were disgrace To let her bear the flag again. The mgrates sold me! and I sank From that high service of the State To sordid commerce' taking rank With your sort bearing freight Of hams and soap and corn and hay And manned by sloven longshore clods Profanmg decks where once held sway The Nelson breed of Warrior gods Some while I wistful watched to see If my wide world had me forgot If fleets would dip their flags to me And fortresses salute O lot Full hard to bear was mme' No soul Remembered me' No topsail strikes No color dips' My humble role Now twas, to dip to these and strike my kites' Well thirty years I Wrought m trade And always shabbier I grew And then once more I fell a grade And carried swine as freight and crew Full forty years I bore their cross And led this life of nameless shame Then foundered m a happy gale And derelict became The years they come and the years they go As I drift on the lonely sea Reckmg no more than the winds that blow VVhat is in store for me For my shames are over my soul at peace At peace from loathsome strife And I wait in patience for my release From the insult of this world s life MARK TWAIN I' 1- , ' - I I 0 0 I I 1 1 .1 if ' S, I E . 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'V ' 4- H Q - m4.,F-3r,,A-4 '2,f.Jf Alfxux - - 3,4 ui Li , , . .,4Z3r1"" ' yX llllllll-Q ll!Qill Bi-!3!!!::T5 , - A 2. -3-I -. in: I 1 fc V --sig lf: ' i1ufQYxdEl'g5 ik:-1k.L35lV g.aM?WEEa?fff "X .lu-luhllxnx x Xxx'-BXX-N x .Ill I Z' ,- FOREWORD X25 'EHE 1930 PILOT, HONORING THAT fo E MOST ILLUSTRIOUS OF ELMIRA'S - I E CITIZENRY - MARK TWAIN, - ' ' E COMES TO YOU AS CUSTODIAN - 1' "ww " 'I l n E OF A PRECIOUS CARGO OF AMBI- fa . . .1 MARK TWAIN'S HOME IN ELMIRA ASKS NO GREATER PRIVILEGE THAN TO PILOT YOUR HOPES IN TO THE BROAD OCEAN OF ACHIEVEMENTQ YOUR AMBITIONS INTO THE SAFE WATERS OF REALIZATIONQ AND YOUR DREAMS INTO THAT FAIR HAVEN WHERE AT LAST ALL DREAMS COME TRUE. , S :gp ,hmql vt DEDICATION H' EN GRATEFUL RECOGNITION OF ' L . ,,,,. O : HIS NEVER-FAILING INTEREST ' Qs 4 r E PAINSTAKING LABOR, AND WISE 9 Q12 ' P LAST YEAR WITHIN THE WALLS A OF E. F. A., WE, THE CLASS OF 1930 , DO RESPECTFULLY DEDICATE THE PIL OT TO OUR EXCELLENT ADVISOR AND PATRON SAINT, ANTHONY SCHWENKLER. MAY IT SERVE TO RECALL TO HIM AS IT EV ER MUST TO US, PLEASANT DAYS OF EARNEST EFFORT AND TRUE COMPANIONSHIP. I SB- f f g . GUIDANCE, DURING THIS OUR Q ... . a vb 92 W FACULTY CLASSES ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS FEATURES ADVERTISEMENTS E I , , - .- , W I f , 3 ,23 1 ' T" ' ig , f"i: I T L FACU- fs, X, 1 5 Y . X . " 5 ' h ' ,OM Y geaghb I "ff7""? rp N AX' ,W N ,R Afldgsgzgpl , X L I I H V!! 1 Q K 1353! xx if . J! W , 4 i 1 A' IV . "T ,i I Ayn 1,51 E ' 45 ' X X N zX M 71 Q2 Y E Z' S 1 A 1 11 s 1 a S 3 4 Q 5 Q E 5 1 5 3 .1 1 5 5 i z i L R ! fxg h K f imw"'Hm!"Hm!"'hmH fHlr,4NJ,4H lr4HJ N FRANCIS R. PARKER "That is to say, I think the captain Qf a ship ought to undersiand navigaiionfthis captain doesf, I 9 , If 5 ,,,, J V A. fy V - ff, R W' , p,h R N"U,"'7 a .IP . ., W p U '.'o. UJ. n . ' , --"-3-. I . AIN- -'f 4 ' v " -'1..'A'- 5 . " J V ---4 - -Q--2, -+ -'- -- ' . -- A-1 if-. pf' - Q M V Ji, .if K3 - .1,w-,, W F isa-.gigvg 1. - -1- 4-- -- Q.: 4 ' H .., I ,-- .C - . Ai' -Tig - - S "' -- -- F ' ' , A . . V 1 -' WV Y, Y fx , - L, - .Lf ., . Y QAM, fl . . -r , .. ' X- , ,4fg.,, f -- wr '-lgf-N -' - V 74, .M I X . .ff 1, Q Q2 f---K. ---f a ---D-7 Q IW. - a 1, Q.: ,, -, 1-. -,.. -Y..- - 1 ' 5-Yi " Au '-i-1535? 'E-'iv " -- - T H E I 9 3 O P 1 L 0 T IL! '-HW'-EWR . LQ , L 4 1 4 DILLON A. CADY, B.S., .B. EMORY E. DONELSON, A.B. RENA ROCKWELL, A.M. MRS. MARY B. CADY, A.B. M. LOUISE GODFREY, A.B. JOHN E. COLGAN, A.B. MARY E. KEANE, A.B. MRS. GLADYS C. SMITH, A.B. HELEN M. IIIBBARD, B.S. MARY D. CONDON, B.S. MRS. MARY H. STEXVART, B.S. ELIZABETH TASHJIAN, A.B. HARRIET N. KELLOGG, A.B. ISOBEL K. MARK, A.M. ROBERT C. FOX ASW A FACULTY FRANCIS R. PARKER, AJI., Principal SCIENCE SYLVIA B. KLJTRBA, B.S. SILAS F. PARRY, A.B. HISTORY KIKTIIRYN L. DALY, A.B. ESTHER A. RICLIOIVAN, A.B. ENGLISH JANE INI. BIRCHARD, A.B. MRS. JI-:ANETTE P. DEL'PIL, A.B. GRACE E. IVIILLER, A.B. EDA B. STAITTERMAN, A.M. MATHEMATICS XYERA M. BANGI-1 RUTII H. GREENE, A.B. AIRS. CELIA N. STOTT, A.B. LATIN GERTRIIDE EPSTEIN, A.B. ANNA INI. MCINIAHON, A.B. MODERN LANGUAGES JULIA Y. BROOKS, A.B. PHYSICAL EDVCATION ANTHONY A. SCI-IXVENKLER, A.M. HELEN I. TUc'KER, M.S. ICATHLEEN B. MILLER, Ph.B. CAROLYN BOYD DARLINO, A.B. RACHEL BI. BOVVEN, A.B. LOUISE K. G.ALIBLE, Ph.M. ALICE P. SCOTT, A.B. NIARGARET BRETT, A.B. ILUBY A. HOPKINS, A.B. H.ARRIET I. VVIXON, A.B. LENA B. LOGAN, A.B. M. BEATRIIJE ESPEY, A.B. AIRS. CLARA RIVNSON, A.B. AGNES S. 0,BRIEN AFPJJr,AH i 4 ART HELEN F. SEKOL IQATHERINE E. XYOUMANS, A.B. PENMANSHIP SALESMANSHIP LIBRARIAN MARGARET E. COLLINS HIILEN SIIHERMERHORN NIADELINE F. GILMOIIR, A.B., B.S SECRETARY HOME ECONOMICS CUSTODIAN IVIARY C. NIITCHELL IRENE M. DIINNE, A.M. ALTON PASSMORE I .,,, A A - 10 . ,ef V , U , . . '-fs! A A I M Ag, 'H , ' --LL, "VT . I , . . 5 ... . " - -I ' ,,.u."Q, I - , H al f fb -, . '4 9 L- 'A , ,V b i J In -...V . .. :I- A A xl, 14.5,-4-'ill' W -E.: gl: I 4 i1 ,-ik37F,'l:Y1f,iP:i4x .? :Al . . N' H E I 9 3 O D I L O T "There is nothing that training cannot fl0.,,-MARK TWAIN S S C 5, 'Q I E 9.1 , I ' "' 1 7041 Y I I Sago """"'f " IU 1 Q4 'W' ,Q .1 QME1' 41,' :gh X .X Q, X 4 E535 E if MQSSZZ., X - ' KY 1, 'X -.11-' iggsalfxllilfz 'J 5Z"w 1'f'l ' v 'mi M' 3 fin i 'I .IW p X X . ' ,uv lf' Q E S N -A , W ,M . 92? Z f ya i, s. H--L H--h H--L 1 f'7'?Sf!f,5s . F MPFJMH JVAFFJJ-f uw an iw w w JAMES BURKE HELEN BRUCE President Vice-President DOROTHY HUGHES DONALD SEEM Secretary Treasurer Dear Classmates .' We have come to the close of our journey through the "land of preparatory learningf, I am loath to part company with my fellow-travellers, for to the writer at least, the journey has been a pleasant one. Through daily contact with earnest people and while acquiring knowledge of the real facts of life, we have learned to face and overcome difficulties, not by brute force but by the power of ideas. It is our fondest hope that the work we have accomplished during the past four years may enable us to make excursions along the highways and by-ways of knowledge-to penetrate its most difficult passes and to climb even to tl1e top of its highest mountain peak. VVe shall not forget that while we have been grasping a laurel branch of history or taking a refreshing draught of a romantic story, we have also been plucking sweet Howers of friendship among our fellow classmen and members of the faculty. Our instructors have inspired in us an ambition for knowledge and through their teaching we have caught a vision of great ideals for ourselves. The duty now lies before us to shape our lives toward realizing those ideals so that, at some future day, We may return to our Alma Mater and express our gratitude to all who have helped us achieve the goal of our labors. Faithfully yours, J AMES BURKE 11 fi M sl , R ' f.'-,ga C-QR 2"- les' -5' i w, , 5,4 ,L l , ' , " P ,L -' 'f 'A 5 . . Y If -:,'L1-fi..-'W iii -,-1' M, fs., 3-J.-'H' Q,--i-,'fif-141.ls tfq' it Q ' T H E l 9 3 O P . l L O T "We can secure other peoples approval if we do right and try hard."-MARK TWAIN -ij , :f qi A, -HW'-HW--LW--LW rF,lwl'FJ-MH af"FJJf ETHEL ANDERSON HENDY AVE. DREXEL INST. "The mildest manners and the gentlest heartf, Glee Club 1, Qg Inter-class Basketball 1, Q. BERN ICE AT YVATER No. 4 PRATT INST. "The best of all ways to lengthen our days, is to steal a few hours from the nig s, my dearf' Masquers 3, 4g Sec't Juni class, Treas. Girls, Wleek. ROBERT ATWATER No. 5 UNDECIDED "A true friend is one worth hamngf, Hi-Y. ROBERT BAKER HENDY AYE. U. OF P. "And those that were good shall be happy, They will sit in a golden chairf' Inter-class Basketball 1, Q5 Track 1. IXIARION BALCOBI No. 4 ' ROCHESTER DENTAL DISP. "The sunshine of thine eyes, whatever it touches, it fills with the light of its larnllent glearnf, Glee Club 1, Q, GirlReserVes 1. RICHARD BALTZ HENDY AVE. BENTLEYSCHOOLOFFINANCE "I would not squander lzfe in grieff, Varsity football Q, 3, 43 Baseball Q3 Inter-class Bas- ketball 1, Q, 3, 43 Track 1. SANFORD BARCUS No. 1 BUCKNELL True ias skfl, sincere 'hnd 1 dependegrf G' N5 u ' - ,J P1 oqflta ,Inter-clgbls Bas- TJ ketybal 3, 4, flVIana r 4' " Ass .-Mgl. RQ eb311gl:Ma-nil I J ager 4. 1 ' V N. K l - 5.12. aa Wm WINIFRED BARNES NO. Q CLEVELAND COLLEGE "Her eeryfrownsare-fairerfar than srnzles of other rnatdens 9, are. Glee Club Q, 3. 9 A M 'Q fn- Y- ' ,, , A , am , V f .. v ' " 1 1, v. ., ' ' ., m 'w ' f ' ' lf , , ., .1221 Q4 L"',,' 'glky' SEQ,-' - A ' ,ffg-gg.-4L?ig,l--. -L 4 ,ik OAK 'f'. . 4 -5 V lil A V 1' ' A .nh -f .E-ft -1-:REEL-SI :f f ' -1: R .37-f'-'E--A - ' Y- - as:-1-, - -- ,"-'LH - - A,1. 5 Y V-' . .I . - , ,,,,,- Q Q, .. L - ,rf R . X QR-A J-K , , 1' ""4x,,,- Y' 'DT' lrifklw' - ,, Hlfx, , X x 1 J fs C' ' -Q71 'Q-:1 Q' -i t M A, t, Q si is 1 5,54 A , i ,fe 5, T H E l 9 3 O P I L O T "A man may have no bad habits and hare Il'0I'S8.M'MARK TXVAIN WMQQRWFSMM yf .. fr ,N x H ll 1--uw--HLHH--LW fm-Arfarfn JHFJJ Je iii., ALMA BATES NO. 5 MEEKER,S "Wise to resolve and patient to performf! INA BEARDSLEE MILLPORT CORTLAND NORMAL "Gentle in manner, firm in realityf' FRANCES BENNETT NO. 1 ELMIRA COLLEGE "F or where is any author in the world, teaches such beauty as a woman's eyef' PILOT Staffg Junior Ring Committeeg Junior Prom Committee. RICHARD BENNETT NO. 8 CORNELL "Health and good nature are almost the whole affair." Inter-class Basketball Q. CAROLINE BIERWILER NO. 1 ELMIRA COLLEGE "Glad as the sunshine and the laughing dayf, , Girl Reserves 4. ANSON BIRCHARD NO. Q UNDECIDED "A genial companion and a jolly friendf' 'X yVbYVg4, iw A JOSEPH BLASH ST. CASIMER,S CORNELL 'llllore than wisdom, more than wealth, a merry heart that laughs at earef' Orchestra 3, 4g Forum 3, 4. ANNA BOTNICK NO. 4 ELMIRA COLLEGE "Gentle of speech, benefcent of mind." 9 it .i ' ' rife tf' 1 ' "flux , uv-4 '.v-. vlkiyf. nl, - . I X' ' -' -if .pf . 4 1 'Al T n-' A L i v. lfbl - lla " l . 1, . 111-4 ' vi 1" ,,' sz- 'Q 5 ,2-'ffi- ,-Ja-M --rzg .,' -' A-'-.r--5 ,L . 1 5 L A . g f .'."'R'l-iii-'-4 ' - -' -:T--W :'Ef--1-1-L -f , ' Q ' - ' ' ' -- .-" - - F - . if , 1 ,M , - 14-h ,,x , .X , V '- - ' Q W , ,,,-g,kg " -'ff' --xii?-f ' - L in V Y CAVE, , X Xi X - -vi Q -V' 5 P5 I ff1w,,. , ..,.- 16-i - 1, ,, If -' ' ' 2- L , -2- 3- ,rw - ,gk gt V -Q Hi .. -. Q--. L- ---- - .. ii-J:.- - 1 -wr-"if: -14:1 E-:iff T H E I 9 3 o P m L O T "When people do not respect us we are sharply offended: yet down in his prirate heart no man much respects himseU'.,'-MARK TVVAIN -uw--uw--uw--Mn rmfarua-an wwe , if 'Sic GLADYS BOURGEOIS SOUTHSIDE HIGH CORTLAND NORMAL "A merry heart makes a cheerful countenancef, Vindex 2, 3. VIRGINIA BOYD HENDY AVE . HORSEH EADS TRAINING CLAS "A violet by a m sy e, hah' hidden from th efjef, J li JJ' JJ J MARK BRENZO NO. 10 UNDECIDED "Who dares do all that may become a man and dares no more, he is a man indeedf' Inter-class Basketball Q, 3, 4g Football 4, Track 2. EVELYN BROOKS NO. 11 SMITH COLLEGE "Her voice was ever sfg't, gentle and low, an excellent thing in womanf, Agora Q, 3, 4g Vindex 3, 4g PILOT Staff. yuffefw X ROBERT BROWN NO. 11 U. OF P. "With merry laugh and quip and jest, He goes his way and does his best." Hi-Y 2, 3, 4g Inter-class Basketball lg Vindex 3, 43 Senior Ball Chairmang P1- LOT Staffg Student Council g Dist. Att. Boys' Week. HELEN BRUCE NO. 11 LUCY WHEELOCK SCHOOL "She doeth little hindnesses which most leave undone or despisedf, Vindex 1, 2, Student Coun- cil 1, 2, 4, Vice-Pres. Junior class, Junior Ring Com- mitteeg Chairman Senior Reception, Girls' Debate 4 Cleaderjg Vice-Pres. Senior classg hlasquers Q, County Clerk Girls, lveek. HELEN BUCK NO. 4 UNDECIDED "T here was a soft and pensive grace, a cast of thought upon her faeef' Girl Reserves. JABIES BURKE sT. PATRICK'S CORNELL "Behold a natural born lead- erf, Forum 3, 4 CVice-Pres. 4jg Pres. Senior classg Student Council 4, Masquers 2, 3, 4, Chairman Carnival Com- mittee, Hi-YQ Political De- bateg Co. Judge Boys, Wk. S ' ' "- . Is' nl "V if - li "ll v 'L A ,J lg I 4 'Q k u . X Q if y Y J L ,if . p 1 fm, , ii E Q A , if 1 - - , - -b 1 "f-- 'T-nr-'A ' 1622:-1 5' iff A. g.-,QA T' ',:-S--QE-,:' ' if-I T H E I 9 3 O P I L O T "H e was as shy as a newspaper is when referring to its own merits."-MARK TWAIN wh! W'-HW'-HW'-MH fm,-WJ.-AH gr-PM .A ,Y-0 l tl b ROBERT BUSH NO. 5 CORNELL "Wise as an owl, yet mirth lies within." Forum. .te FJEANETTE BUTLER sT. PATRICK,S sT. JOSEPH,S COLLEGE "Her face as the great eye of heaven, shyned bright and made a sunshine in a shady place.', Orchestra 1, Agora 3, 4, Masquers 3, 4g Senior Fi- nance Committeeg Student Council 4. HARRY CARD sT. PATRICK,S VVEST POINT "A man like him is never overcome? Varsity Basketball 3g Inter- class Basketball QQ Varsity Football 4. JOHN CASSETTA NO. 5 P. G. 'SA light heart lives longf, Inter-class Basketball 2, 3, 4, Varsity Baseball 3, 4 CCaptain 41. MINNIE CIERI No. 1 ELMIRA COLLEGE "T he girl that loves and laughs must sure do well." Orchestra 1, Q, 3, 4g Agora 4g Glee Club 3, 43 Girl Re- serves 4. MARION CILLEY A GLEN FALLS 5 CH ESBROW SEMINARY "She that was ever fair and never proud Had tounge at will and yet was never loudf' Y' Glee Club 4. FILAMENA COLLETTA No. 2 ELMIRA COLLEGE JJf,fQju "Health and cheerfulness mu- tually beget each otherf, Orchestra 1, Q, 3, 4g Agora 4g Glee Club 3, 4, Girl Re- serves 4. MARGARET CORNYVELL NO. 2 ELMIRA COLLEGE "God has made me, I've a heart That's capable of worship, love and lossf' Senior Reception Commit- teeg Junior Ring Committee, Soph Committee. 5 l 4 -1 10 if V - ' 6' JK ' O f A, ' . wi W . . '.-QQ, .L"- as' -1' 'nf l ' ' ' L -4 .6, I., , ,. ,- , J 1'-,...L-ige '- ..-- I.-ii.-5 . ' --'f5i - - . tHg.,.f-- - . --- ' . - gf ' 1 " "" - 'k t - -"ii, f"" ' V T'- M ' - ' 1 A . V 6- I . V , 1 - , ,L k . .iH v5 A A Rf v X I 1-Og, f 1-wg. '-4-" ' - I a VY, , . , ,HR -X., ,L ' 1-fl: " H5--.J , Q ,1---- L.. A I X Q. f- L- -- -,-..-in -- ff- m EEE' , , I-, -..- -..- .x ' -' i-it " A1 'W-3 ir' '-f' -- T H E 1 9 3 O D 1 L O T "M en think they think upon great political questions, but they think with their party, not independently."-MARK TWAIN uw--nw--LW--LW .7 .. rywrmar-H aff J- 4, -Q-lib? ir, CHARLES DAUGHERTY HORNELL UNDECIDED "Stick to your aim, the mongrelis hold will slip, But only crowbars loose the bulldog's grip." MARION DAVIS No. 11 ELMIRA COLLEGE "Shy and demure was she, with a smile like a bright May morningf' Glee Club 4, Agora 4g Senior Play Cleadb. STANLEY DAY No. 11 BUCKNELL U. "T he .force of his own merit makes his wayf' Business Mgr. PILOT, Hi-Y Q, 3, 4g Student Council 1, 4, Football 3, 4 Cklanager QD: Masque1's play, '6Clarence" Cleadj. HELEN DELANEY ST. PATRICK,S CORTLAND NORMAL "Pm cdaght by her berry brown hair and the rose on her cheek is my joyf' Agora Q, 3, 4g lwasquers 1, Q, 3, 4g Secretary Class 3. FAY DELONG No. 11 UNDECIDED "A peace above all earthly dignities, a still and quiet conscience." Agora Q, 3, 4g Girl Reserves 1, Q, 3, 4 QPres. 3, 45, Stu- dent Couneil 3. PHYLLIS DIXON HENDY AVE, ELMIRA COLLEGE AND ARNOT-OGDEN "She attempts the end and never stands in doubt' Student Council 1, Junior "I-lopl' Committee. NORMAN DOOLITTLE No. 5 CORNELL "An all around good fellowf, ROBERT DRAPER No. 11 CLARKSON "But thon the great reformer of the world." Forum 3, 4g Asst. Track lNIgr. 3, lNIgr. 4. 4 -Q-3, ',,,f -,' . , ,AL -,I C -A i f , 1' g. -LA r. , f ,IQ . . X5.:L,,. , J L -if .. A 1 'K-A , M- 'if' - A-ff-1'i.":'..y is -ii .1 ' 1' T H E 1 9 3 0 D 1 L 0 T "She was made out cj' thunderstorms and S'LL7'Z8lll7l6.,l-INIARK TVVAIN 'Mx .y ,7 , A A atsstfll 1 'W rid A , ,If ' .f HRW-HNF-HH'--HHH .. .. -gf A P 1-APFJ-MH MN kt I tr j Q H ROBERT DUNCAN RINSDALE HIGH MASS. INST. TECH. "A realm of boolcs on a lonely sea, or a desert isle would satisfy mef' Band 1, Q, 3, 4, Vindex 4. it Wfeevffr MARGERY ELLIS NO. 11 WELLESLEY COLLEGE "One brilliant gem of purest ray serene, which no unfath- omed caves of ocean screen." PILOT Staff, Vindex 4g Blas- quers 4, Senior Play. ELIZABETH EMERSON NO. 11 UNDECIDED "Girls were created to love and be looedf' e Club Q, 3. LEONARD EPSTEIN NO. 5 MASS. INST. TECH. "T his boy lends mettle to us allf! Vindex Q, 3g Masquers 3, 4. OTTO FARNHAM CORRY, PA. UNDECIDED "A determined purpose in life and a steady adhesion to it through all disadvantages." ANNE FISH NO. 6 WELLESLEY COLLEGE "Here,s to the clever, ' May they be with us everf' BOYD FISH NO. 41 UNDECIDED "I would make reason my guidef' WICKHAM FRENCH ST. PATRICK,S RENSALAER POL. "H e may for the most part be summed in these two-eom- mon sense and quiet good naturef' J 9 P 1, , W-Hm+.' A .11 .... if S ff' . 7 LII ,elf NAWQA 4.9 ..-, V . .-'gn -Lk ., Fw' -LM A' A 3 ' ' 'F'f'Ill3if"-I L 'J' S- ' ,fffmf . Cfw . - r r' 'ff.AA:, T H E I 9 3 O F3 I L O T "T he Christian's Bible is a drug-store. Its contents remain the same, but the medical practice ChllTLg6S.,,'MARK TWAIN 1: ff iw ,, - K Z wk' gli Hui q A33 , r'4 'A r" r uh! sk! ui! M My HH.: na rua CLARA FUREY NO. 11 UNDECIDED "She smiled for the sake of smiling and laughed for no reason but funf, Vindex Q, 3, Agora, Mas- quers. EDWARD GATES NO. 1 RENSSALAER POL. " The muscles strong, the temperate will, Endurance, fo r e s ig h t, strength and skill." ROBERT G Q Y NO. 11 COLGATE "Ripe for e oi s a mighty enterpriseQ ' Ywude t Ouncil 4, n' and enior Ring 'tteesg Pres. Inter- tional Relations Club. FLORENCE GILBERT HENDY AVE. LUCY VVHEELOCK SCHOOL "I have a heart with room for every joyf' lNIasquers 13 Banjo Club Q, 3. PAUL GRAHAM NO. 5 BUCKNELL U. "Thinking makes this man." ,awe ANNA GREEN NO. Q UNDECIDED "Gracious and kind and loyal as the day." THOMAS GREIG NO. 2 UNDECIDED "Life has no blessing like a prudent friendf, if .1 1, X J , ' l . MARION GRIFFIS ST. CECELIA,S ELMIRA COLLEGE "So smiling and tender, so fresh and so fair." 3 if , ., , , :, , 6' , ga- 18' fy , V 1- 0 x " f,, . ' L I I h, , I Q ' 2" 1' f " si I . 'EZ'-F W" F '-' H' '53 A A '- -e Y: --+-P:4'?- --142 ' , A'-.,-. r" ,- r L -'wuz-like . x V '-'.'1'f-l Q '15. -'l-,Q' , , , ' L - L WL ., , L, ,I ' - ' , ' N -.- ' ""'rr1,w-N X ' ' . , -. ,Lf-L , Off , f ' -f iff:-, - .- .-. -- - .. C T H E 1 9 3 o p 1 L O T "Hardly a man in the world has an opinion upon morals, politics, or -religion, which he got otherwise than through his associations and sympathies?-MARK TWAIN -LW'-HH!--M!--LW PM,-PHA-AH A-APN!- , -lf! EVELYN GRONER No. 5 HORSEHEADS TRAINING CLASS "Duty ever rises superior to inclinations." Girl Reserves. FERDINAND HAASE No. 11 YALE "A man who is not afraid to say his say, though a whole town's against him." Junior Class Pres.g Hi-Y Q, 3, 4 CPres. 313 Varsity Foot- ball Q, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4 QTreas. -1-D. SARAH HALL No. 11 UNDECIDED "I have heart with room for every joyf' MARTHA HARRISON No. 11 PRESBYTERIAN nos. "The name ryf woman insures respect, her presence znspzres it." Girl Reserves 1, Q, Agora Q, C 3, 4. ELSIE V. HART NO. Q MISS FARMER,S SCHOOL OF COOKERY "Eyes so deeply, truly tender, f'lear as water in a pool, Ansuver my heart's impor- tuning- Hare you been to cooking school?" DOROTHY HARTER ELMIRA HEIGHTS ARNOT-OGDEN "I live not in 'myself but I become a portion of that around me." Glee Club 4, Girl Reserves 4 55m 34 ELNA HARTBIAN EAST UORNING UNDECIDED "Work is the best thing to make us love life." Girl Reserves 4 QT1'eas.D JOHN HASSETT sr. PATRICK,S HOLY CROSS "An honest man, close but- tonefl to the chin, Broadcloth without, and a warm heart within." lwasquers Q, 3, 4, llasquers play Q, 3, 4g Varsity Foot- ball Q. 3, 4g Forum Q, 3, 4 CTreas. 353 Varsity Debate Team 33 Senior Ball Com- mittee, Junior Prom Com- mittee. ? ? 'f -f -Q W- ' 4 I Q 4'- e r 585 IIA- , 1 I LX Q1 , 5 is ,. I 1 N ' K 98 7 ,'Jv.- - .Oki Q. 'nf , , F ' I, x, V -- ' , ' 5 "I , Ain 'O - . V ' i ' '. - ' A.. ' 141' QPU ' - . ir 'f " i -v f-.-as .-' f -' ' -r :.. .- - l ,M I M - -'f' :1f5?1'2' ' ' 4- - .D B4 tl Vtwlrxrli x-V kv 'YQ' W Y - X 24,5427 1 Y 1 l L- V - QL- x 1 X xx p fur 1- - -QQNXM Y h V iv . . 3 X V li' it-J!-fl tif! x : - . -.- - 759 L' ' iii- Rl-i' 5 1 '-1-?"':""-'?:L'A 'iii-fy 15" ' T H E l 9 3 O P l L O T "T ruth is stranger than fiction to some people, but I am measurably familiar with it.', -MARK TWAIN H W--HW'-HW'-LW ft!! ff ' 7, A f V ff! .A ...J , ,. - YA' V4 r" 6 PHI NJ Ha F EDGAR HEAXT NO. 5 UNDECIDED "T 0 be efficient in a quiet way, This is my aim throughout the dayf, K fin-LWA ,,f,,UZf NORMAN HESS NO. Q YALE "H e does whatever comes his way, With courage high and man- ner gay." PILOT Staff, Hi-Y 3, 4, Senior Ball Committee, Ju- nior Prom Committee. OLGA HOLLAN DER HUDSON, N. Y. UNDECIDED "I f thy learning were in gold, What a fortune thou wouldst holdfl Vindex 3, 4, Agora 4, Student Council 4. EMMETT J. HONAN sr. PATRICK,S U. OF P. "Ah, I'm every inch a king? Inter-class Basketball 2, 4. HENRIETTA HOOVER NO. 4 ARNOT-OGDEN "To live is to enjoy oneseU." Girl Reserves 4. ZA . K ,-f.-,A7.,,.,mQ,J ANNA HORTON No. 11 UNDECIDED "May the friends of your youth merit the regard of your age." HARRIET HOWELL CHEMUNG, N. Y. CORTLAND NORMAL "When grace and learning In one girl combine, She merits,more, Ilhani just a single line." Inter-class Basketball 1. DOROTHY HUGHES s. s. P. P. ELMIRA COLLEGE "H ow can I paint thee as thou art So fair in face, so warm in heartf' Student Council 1, 4 QSec. 4D , Glee Club 2, 3, Blasquers Q, 3, 4 CVice-Pres. 3, Pres. 4D, Agora Q, 3, 4, Nlasquers Play 3, 4 CLead 45, Sec. Senior Class, Senior Finance Committee, Carnival Com- mittee, Sheriff Girls, VVeek. 9 F mi, rf- - , 4 Y I v , V ef, H ...Lk J5iEf,, 3 We Ly T Fl lg rf I., ' 1,124.1 4. .iff 2"' .ARF UL? - .,. X' M il? -. -l 4 I 'Al L ,1. If L g l lib, ,M . 1 - - P . -2 - ' f 4,ff-+4Q4ff"'fX1r:f'rf,' J L Q J' to ,, ,,,.Lff4tT 'fi If - gif' uf- 4- .., . , . 9' :gr x '- X 3. -n:z"....X' - ' ' -:S J f 751' u- .- If --A "-- -1 ' n 'ifT1 f 4- N-3 i' 1' ' -""' P '- ' .- T H E I 9 3 O P I L O T "I f women could vote they would rote on the side of morality."-MARK TWAIN 5 'J , gp a , -ami--um---iw-A-ima e www is J . .A ja TLC Quito Xu f LZ '11 . if , MARIE JACOBSON ARNOT, PA. MANSFIELD NORMAL "She looks beyond what others see and finds the good withinf, Agora. GERALDINE JARRETT NO. 4 ARNOT-OGDEN "Thy modesty is a candle to thy meritf, GENEVRA JELLIFF SANFORD, FLA. UNDECIDED "F or 'tis the mind that makes the body rich." C I Qin it 4.1 MYRTLE JENKS 1 -X, kg, 1 AC XLVX A il LAL ONES NO. 11 UQDEOIDED "A beautiful woman is - paradise of the eyef, Student Council Senior Ball Committee 4. ROBERT KANE CORTLAND UNDECIDED "A diligent worker, a faithful ladf, Inter-class Basketball 3, 41. px., i' Id : 4 -7' ' '.f s J ,Q I I "4 CORINNE KEETON NO. Q P. G. "So fair is she of mind and face, Her presence brightens every placef, Atheltic Council 4g Ch. Junior Ring Committeeg Ch. Senior Ring Committeeg Senior Ball Committee. DANIEL KELLY sr. PATRICK,S CORNELL f -L"N0. 5 TAYLOR U. as ll d 1 d A . 'uccess o ows esire an C "A heart unspotted is not dgferminagon ,, E easily dauntedf' ' ,X KQX Glee Club 3,4. ,jlncgf 5 , A ei., Qlw .Q is u V . , . . Y, A ' 5 V , , . X Q, L l, If y 1 5 I , l. , L . O , .. , L , M O ,, . I . 1, . 'EZ'-4 I' ' A 41"',,' 'mv' :T-9.2 ' '. 5 1-- -.4 -4. ' ,E gk, 'f" .1 -L I Sr. ,fb -L 1' " .. N A y ' . W, ,fu f ' - L . J, ' .-A Q-, is, ' ' , ' X -QL 'fd4k.k.,,,i- "X"'L:3k7'."". - ef. so VM -- --fit: i X X, A. ' 'Tf1'..4y5..'4i'-:- .. .-. a- -- ---- lf - . L' 5 1 'fwLi""?3'f2q'T"ie'i1-P5-A to T H E I 9 3 O P I L O T "I t is agreed in this country, that if a man can arrange his religion so that it perfectly satisfies his conscience, it is not encumbent upon him to care whether the arrangeent is satisfactory to anyone else or not."-MARK TXVAIN N.. f , HW'-HW'-HW"1MH fM,..WJ,..H IY4 Jr -A LAWRENCE KELLY No. 11 g PALMER SCHOOL OF CHIROPRACTIC "I must be measured by my soul, The mind's the standard of as a man. Tffyl QMMOQM-l . KATHLEEN KIEFFER ST. PATRICK,S CORNELL "One bloom of youth, health, beauty, happiness, And moved to merriment at a passing jestf, Yindex Q, 3, Agora 3, 4, Masquers 1, 2, 3, 4, Senior Play Committee. GLOYD KIMBALL NO. 2 BENTLEY SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTING "I work when I worlf, I play when I play." Inter-Class Basketball I 3 Hi- Y 3, 4. CURTIS LAFRANCE DOROTHY LEONARD No. 8 N. C. COLLEGE FOR WOMEN "A witty woman is a treasure, a witty beauty is a power." Yindex Ig Senior Ball Com- Inittee. DANIEL LEWIS ST. PATRICK,S N. Y. MER. MARINE AC. "I am not of the tall-"ing sort, my deeds spealffor me." Forum 3, 4 CSeC. 4Dg llias- quers 3, 4 CVice-Pres. 453 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4g Carnival Committee, Senior Play. EDWARD LEWIS NO. 10 CORNELL U. 'SI-Ie was a man, take him for all and all, I shall not look upon his like again." HARRY LONG H P. P. BUFFALO U. NO. COLUMBIA U. , . . H . . 'Un their own merits modest kDestiny hgzldsnfor hzm, we ,nm are duynbf, 1 ,w 'now no w za . , . ' Student Council 1. 1 , 1 .l X if ' I .2 A 22 V x . W- .L . Q V, , V E" y ' f , I' 4 A . " I '. '- C s " f . I " "' 'E' I1 '- .. . '27'-4 a- 1 :"'-A-9FV"-E .-- .- 7 ..- . ,Lu I -'- ' n ' - ' '- -u 14. . ,.,. ' .f ..1-5 ' 4, -f g,,.'a4i A -' J.--1 -- . ,L ai.-: 4' F ' ,TY X5 I J L - ,Lf . . , . A ,I A r T K A, M M5-P. H, 5,---2, L5 f L., . H yy- .Q 5 -. -. -- ---- - Y:--EYES is--11:5-i' - 1 A-1-iii" f'ff':'----'i'i+-" ' T H E I 9 3 O P I L O T HT ruth is stranger than fction but it is because fiction is obliged to stick to possibilities. Truth isn,t.',-MARK TWAIN n--u H--L H--as lf L p4 ,A ,A , ll ll ll . PM W.: Ha WJ JOHN LONGWELL BATH, N. Y. CORNELL U. "His very heart has music in,t." Vindex 4g Senior Ball Com- mittee 4. A12 , ki ivy UTI-I LORDEN ST. I ICK,S ELMIRA COLLEGE "Some have beauty, some have brains, When one has both, what else remains?,' Vindex Q, 3 3 Masquers Q, 3, 4 CSec. 413 Agora 2, 3, 4 QTreas. 4D g Glee Club Q, 3, 4. GEORGE LOUGHLIN ST. PATRICK,S UNDECIDED "Give the world the best that you have and the best will come back to youf' VIRGINIA LOYELL No. 11 UNDECIDED "Dignity, poise and an air of gracef, MARION LYNCH ST. PATRICK,S ELMIRA COLLEGE "A lovely lady garmented in light from her own beautyf, Glee Club 2, 3g Agora 3, 4 CVice-Pres. 4jg Phi Alpha Kappa 4g Banjo Club 1, QQ County Judge Girls, Week. 5,n.r JOH MCSQBBIACKA No. A sHU'CKNELL N h future lies before him f ' iznd brightf' Baseball 2, 3, Football Q, 3, 4g Track Q, 3, 4. CHARLOTTE MCCREIGHT NO. 8 MILLARD-FILLMORE HoS. "But ever through each live- long day, she's sunshine in all heartsf' Inter-class Basketball 1, Q, Senior play. MARY MCGREEVY NO. Q ALBANY STATE TEACHERS, COLLEGE "She's pretty to walk with, And witty to talk with, And pleasent to think on." Student Council 4g Glee Club Q, Agora 3, 4 CPres. 4jg Masquers 3, 4g Dist. Atty. Girls' Wleek. 9 R : AAAAA A A... . -.LA Q3 df A A. , f C A ff ' A fs' I l . ' C ,' I ' x, A I ,E ' n 'lf vi ' -15:40 -9- Jw'-0 A.. . r-Q.-. A.. A1 9 .fi ' , - ' gh, A- , ,A- F - iii : S 'fe' ,-' 1 -' -' Ag ' , , A A if .-- -. A f1: 5?f- '-- f W' - -f--Riffs:-g.,g ' 1- -1 A' S 4, -- . . ' H77 ru. 1 - L .ADV Y A Q ' rr ' ' A---AlA 'f"f,"':,wA-Av, W i'A'ifAA 1 . . .A , AA 1 A . Ai AS. A - '-A -f A '- Q- -A ' L' - " -Y ' -'--Q-' if I -f' ' A "L-if A -A- -A 1. 5--Tn: - A. f - -----'e111.ls..,.-f- - - T H E I 9 3 o D 1 L 0 -r "I said I did not mind getting up moderately early, but I hated to be called day before yester- day."-MARK TVVAIN jg, ZX :L 'il x , ' ,Li ,N ,Li a5g.g,sfr1,fg, In 'A 74 rl M HW ui! LW PM rm na 'FJ WAYNE MCLAUD HENDY AVE. XVESLEYAN QCONNQ "Stand to your work and be wise-certain of szrord and pen, Who are neither children nor Gods, but men in a world of vnenfw PILOT Staffg Hi-Y 3, 43 Forum 4, Yindex 1, Q, 3, 4 QEdit0r 41 g lwasquers 4. HELEN MACK ST. PATRICK'S ELMIRA COLLEGE "She is so gay, so rery gay, Her presence brzghfens any day." Masqliers 3, 4, Agora 3, 4. BEATRICE MACNADIARA ST. PATRICK,S ROCHESTER DENTAL SCHOOL "As lovely as the day And with a charming way." . 1 PILOT Staff. ,, ," I X L I I l I , , X l I'v LEO MAHER NO. -4 ALBANY SC. OF PHARMACY "Success attends those who will to succeed." JANE MESSIMER NO. 5 ELMIRA COLLEGE uliegone, dull care, fhou and I shall nezfer agree." Student Council 3, Girl Reserves 3, 4. ROB ERT MILLER NO. 2 UNDECIDED "I would make reason my guide." EDWARD MINKLER NO. 4 P. G. "He is a scholar and a worker." J 2. FRANCIS MOCKLER NO. 8 NOTRE DAME "Happy am I the lirelong day." Varsity Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 QPres. electlg Baseball 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Inter-Class Basketball 1, Q, 33 Senior play, Sheriff Boyls YYL I- 5 .3 JI A Q4 g ,gpg T g V , A . 13544 Q Q Q"--. -Nw' - sz? , - 1' i ,g -4 -,tak AL - :" .1 ' F W: 'l U fe. -vi Q' ' A k ' A J'--L , ' F r- - 'f' ""' L-:-W A' A 1 W N , gi V . . as-N ,x h 5 x 1, D R .44 -""P--yL- M- ' 'X' Eff " V- , V t X ,, ,,i,.f kr. , X ,I ., f I Y, 5, .ff L1-fi, 1-, y- ,, A A in .-ge.-wig" 2 :gl -- ef 1 Qpirae ff:-5 :-Le--,ig F-as-. - iff T H E l 9 3 O P l L O T "If Ere should come again, in her ripe renown, and reinfroduce lzer quaint slyles-well we know -what would happen."FMAnK TWAIN -uw--ami--uw-Sith es-el fffffffri ferr I ' 'eg-' , -'WV17 aiif- . A ,- xl if --'. DORA MOLTER I NO. 1 CORTLAND NORMAL "A votive at the shrine of athletics." PILOT Staff g Varsity Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 43 Agora 2, 3, 43 Phi Alpha Kappa 43 Soccer 4, Vindex 3, 4, International Relations Club 3 QSec.j. PAUL MORRELL ST. ANTHONY'S ANNAPOLIS "He who is happy bestows happiness on othersf, Forum Q, 3, 4. RUTH MORSE No. 4 UNDECIDEIJ "As merry as the day is longf' PILOT Staff 3 Student Coun- cil 4g Senior Reception Committeeg ,Carnival Com- mittee , "Best Dressedl' ,Vin- dex "pop" Contest. RUTH BIUTH NO. 4 ELMIRA COLLEGE "Playfull or serious, accord- ing to whim, Thouglzyvul or quiet or bub- bling with Z'll7Z.,, AULTA NETTH VVAVERLY ELMIRA COLLEGE "Brilliant, sweet anal petite A combination hard to beat." PILOT Staff g Girls' Debate 4, Glee Club Q, 3, 4 QPres. 4D3 Agora 4g "lNIost StudiOus," Vindex "pop" contest. BETTY NEWHALL NO. 4 ROCHESTER DENTAL SCHOOL '6VVitty, laughing all the tinie, With each jest, a smile sublirnef' Girl Reserves 1, Glee Club 3, Agora 4, Masquers 4. JOHN O,CONNELL ST. CECELIA,S UNDECIDED f'Quiet but etiicient in all he undertakes? LOUISE PALIZAY ST. CASIMER,S ROBERT PACKER HOS. "Shy and demwu re was she, with a smile like a bright Jlay morning? Girl Reserves 1, Q. Agora 3. Q .- N .-J' J 1 it Q0 K um y V , . 1, , 311'-4 If ' K iw' -'uv' .zf - ' '. .A ' -L -AA 4 All 'V' .v V ..? if. 7111 "4 Q' ' L ' --"L S -' 'ii' -:t":"7 P --gg"Q"Q-QQ' XTKYQTTV ii t , -f -5--"2--MTH., K. if His j,.5y1'f."iir ... 1-. .,- E-- 'il ?f -I 1 RQTLTFAQT' -'r' -95" at T H E I 9 3 O P l L O T "l'Ve are certainly gone 7'I'ZLlll.,,-INIARK TVVAIN rl X .we , ,, f s , ki X L V! .E jg? fffgiqf l ,Jill N I X ,A sn' ' I A LOUIS PALTROWITZ L o. 1 P. G. 'll "With mind and body equally alert. , ' Varsity Basketball 3, 4 CCapt. electjg Inter-class Basketball 1, QQ Baseball Q, 3, 4g Banjo Club 1. KARL PATTERSON No. Q BUCKNELL "A loyal friend and worthy of the bestf, rriafffla--H af-'FJ BOYD REED VVASHINGTON, D. C. BUCKNELL "The world loiwes those who love the worldf, Football 1, Q, 3, 4g Track 2, 3g Baseball 13 Inter-class Basketball 2g Orchestra 3. ELIZABETH REEVES HENDY AVE. sT. JOSEPHSS HOSPITAL "Quiet talk she liketh best, In a bower of gentle looks Watching flowers or reading Forum 4. b00lfS-U HORTENSE ROGERS FLORENCE PINGREY NO. Q BUFFALO U. NO' 11 CORNELL U' S'The joy of youth and health HG6,7LLll6 Of speech and hind Of her eyes displayed, 6075, And ease of heart her erery TlL67'6u'lS 'HO higher, nobler l00k c0n1:eyed,,, art. Agorayqlu ,sd if L C.. H 1' jeux Q 1. RJ 1 J 1 KATHRYN Poss JOSEIH ROSE No. 8 UNDECIDED No. 5 ELMIRA COLLEGE H d HA Sweet personality, a A igefor care an a flg for Charmmg manner' l f I niake the world better as Glee Club 3, 4g Girl Re- I gof' serves 4. 3 - , Q6 V . . is , , wwf- 1' . ,. r A 4 Riagg rf, .- K In "Lf pQ'?'. . -E 'V' SE. - ', ,.z'- -.4 --4-.,i,k . -, 5' ,' 4,57 ln: U l "Ll 'L ' f4.sf::,,x- ..s,. , J L ef J' re ' .Q to-N :"' fr. - sf' Q., s- ,E-as W- V -, waziif. flrxgi -Lv5Eg.,g..::L,Q.i,s:' A e',-5.5.1 T H E l 9 3 O P I L O T "Religion has its share in the changes of civilization and national eharaeterf'-MARK TWAIN sg-M , -ff fid' ,aa ' L H--s H--L H--L 'I . F J-'WJ-'H lf" I W il ll ll N FJ ELEANOR SCHNECKENBURGER No. 10 , ROCHESTER DENTAL SCHOOL "One who thinks most good and speaks least ill rj her neighbors." Girl Reserves 43 Glee Club 43 Agora 4. NIARIAN SCUDDER CATLIN CORTLAND NORMAL "She has two aids to sure success, Her winning ways and win- somenessf' Library Council 3, 4g Agora 3, 4. DONALD SEEHI No. 11 U. OF P. HT his boy was born to great thingsf, Hi-Y Q, 3, 4g Forum Q, 3, 4, Masquers 3, 4g Varsity De- bate 43 Vindex 3, 4g CCircu- lation Mgr. 41 g Treas. Senior classg Junior Prom Ch., Student Council 1, 4 CPres. 4Dg Banjo Club 1, Q3 Senior Day Ch. MARION SCHAUGHNESSEY sr. CECELIA,S ELMIRA COLLEGE cc Dark eyed, 'L'l1'l1ClO1,lS, pretty. Clever, 'wise and witty." "lNIost Flapperishng Yindex "Pop'i Contest. MARIAN SHEARER sr. PATRICK,S sr. JosErH's COLLEGE HA symphony of harmony Not one discordant note." Orchestra 1, Qg Girl Re- serves 1g Agora 3, 4g Mas- quers Q, 3, 4, Yindex 3. ROSEMARY SHEEHE ST. CECELIAJS CORTLAND NORMAL "A merry heart 'maketh a cheerful counterzancef, Inter-class Basketball 1 CCapt.D: Varsity Basketball Q, 3, 4 fhlgr. 3, 4j1 Agora Q, 3, 43 Phi Alpha Kappa 43 International Relations Club 3, 43 Soccer. GARTH SHOEMAKERL HENDY AVE. CORNELL "Pleasant, broad-minded and ejicient-the world lies before hirnf' Treas. Junior Classg Hi-Y 1, Q, 3, 4g fSec.-Treas. 3D, QPres. 4jg Band 1, Q, 35 Vindex QQ Student Council 3, 4, Prin. Girls' VVeekg Junior Ring Committeeg Senior Reception Commit- tee. ARMANDO SHORRA NO. 5 U. OF BUFFALO "Attempt the end and never stand in doubt, Nothing so hard but search will find it outf, Inter-class Basketball 1 CCaptainDg Varsity Basket- ball Q, 3, 4g Track 3g Baseball Q, 3g Football Q, 3g Student Council lg Senior Ball Cornniittee. Ji. 5 , . . 27 .fo , V .. f, , ' . ' 'K v X' V W - 5 'F , I- - v I 1 1 . f 4 c '. 'Q ,ft .Ly -' -w "- , 4 -A, l Q J 'I fi l . ,. '. A 'V i lr' . ' 165 , ' -?j :T4-ei.: 155 .59 . .' .59 -4 ". l" ' " I e L41 :, ,. .'f"'1 , :gas-: f'J'EE'.'-A- w ere ' - " " M 5 . W, 'gf - L -,A-f un, - V YLKK-H Yrs, ' , A . L ,,,. so - ,- . - -Q19 "1s'-MAL.- O" "-" -1 U, Q A -. Lfffx. . X OA X, 1 3 'L 1 ' 5- -yi '- TL ' I, . 1-. -- ---- - -Q L' F1 'i 'i3i'?Bg'-g.ii' . T H E I 9 3 O P I L O T "No one can do wrong without knowing how to distinguish. between right and wrong." '1MARK TWAIN Y,, M ,W , fl E J QTL K f u W'-H H--u H--L 1 37 L r ar-r .Mn ff 4 m an an m u rv I FJ 1 S JOHN STEFANI I MARIE SHORFSLEEYE l ST. ANTHONY? S' S- P- P- MEEKER,S BUS. INST. BEARITSLEY SC' OF BLS' "Newer trouble trouble, till "Welcome tn all the walks of trouble troubles youlff lU'e, Daughter of quiet, stranger to strife." ELEANOR STEVENS IJULIA SISKIN No. 11 ELMIRA COLLEGE NO' MEEKE? S BLS' INST' "To know what you prefer 'is "How drab thzs world would to halve kept your Soul aliwjt be without her smilef' Agora 4 N' ' X ,fl ' ' JU ANNA SOLOMON I ' No. 8 ELMIRA COLLEGE' WENDE. I, E TS "It is with the heart only that MILXVAUKFJ3 BUOKN L U. one captures a heartf, fflndustp -I X rits 7, ardsf, Agora Q, 3, 4g lNIasquers 4g T Glee Club Q, 3g Masquers EILOTAU ,gfgilfestra 2, 3, Play 4. I W VEDA SPOHN ST. ANTHONY,S GEORGE STOWE ELMIRA COLLEGE NO' 3 UNDECIDED sc , ' ' HA happy man or woman is A fharcl uion przze ts cause a better thing to find than a A- gf fn 6 th V hh ll five pound notef, lilbidgff war mer 'S a Glee Club 4g Girl Reserves l 4 CSec. 4jg Agora 4. a , , '------'Y .-1 28V a Lv, V -, "' I Pl ' I , 'I X ' I 5' H-. f' Q x,' ',' ' -Vs. , . A -' ff 'I V' xi I ' V--f 4 - ,:'- .mv-:Q -. .X J, . -L ,A . ,LL , U. :JA fl, ,J g. . L ' 5 V ,ff ' 1 ' ' Tl, Q1-----4, - .5 L ' 'L' xr- ' Y ' N' 'VY-H "A A--rm S S' if ... sa - "' " " "'km" - -rl i-15 1 ' :ri 1 '..' '3-Elf,--',-.imp-X 3.-gl XL "lf:-.KST K 2 -1 T H E I 9 3 O P l L O T "All dentists talk while they work."-MARK TWAIN -uw- ,IW-iuw-.LLHH rH,,4M,,n I -eg-f gf! 111 THOMAS SUTKOWSKI No. Q UNIJECIDED "None but hirnsebf can be his parallelf, EDWIN SWIFT NO. 11 ROCHESTER Mean. INST. "The world is a mirror that smiles on those who snzzlef' Senior Play. RICHARD THORNTON XVAVERLY HOBART "Pity rather than blame." PILOT Editorg Forum Q, 3, 4 Cljres. Lljg Yindex 3, 4 CAsso. Ed. 3, 453 I-Ii-Yg Varsity Debate Team 4g Student Council 43 BIas- quers 4g Flag Contest 3. YOLANDA TOTA No. 8 U. OF BUFFALO " Thou hast no faults, or I no faults can spyg Thou art all goodness, or all blindness If, Agora 4 QSec.D OLIVE UNGARD SOUTHSIDE HIGH MILLARD-FILLMORE HOS. "l'apable, dependable, agree- able and likable." ROBERTA YANDIYER No. 11 XVILLIAM AND MARY "Queen rose of the rose bud garden of girlsf, FRANK YANKURIN No. 2 UNDECIDED "A good companion for a dreary day, His genial presen ee brightens every way." ELIZABETH VANDYKE No. 11 ARNOT-OGIJEN "With a smile that 'wins all plus a kind heartf, 9 1' .4 , l U Q9 , L I 29, Tl , g 1 ru . V' T r i? ' 5 If 4.I? i--'ii' :film " ., ' -r .1 751 f ir' T- . - . ' . -'1"L?lg' :eF"gf-1--. ' '-l !iSl' ' f--"',1- X - ' , -' . ' f , L V ,I . . , H ,, h ' ' K ' 1 ..:-1fTL.-1'-zf I f N. - I. A , I - r ' .- '-1 L Q .I r W 5,23 J .. 4.q,:"1l-' - iff.--.-1 Hk.....-qt if I T H E I 9 3 O D 1 L 0 T "Obedience to constituted authority is a moral law."-MARK TWAIN ,-IM, -HW--uw--hi!!--Lyla A X STUART L. ' VAN RENSSELAER No. 11 RENSALAER POLYTECHNIC "Exceeding generous and lmnzl, A man benrficzent of mznflf' 1 "1 ' ' , ' - gif? ? S ,V xl, JAMES ,VAGSTAFF BUFFALO ' IIIEDBCIDED "A smile for every fellow and two for every girlf, Masquers 4, lVIasquers play 4 Cleadbg Senior Play 4g Track 4, Forum 4g Varsity Debate Team 4 Cleaderj. ROBERT IVAKL 'Y KNOXVILLE , U TQNELL 'Zi l WA I no r s. l Varsity Football 3, 4 QCaptain ROBERT IVALSH 4 V7 M ,X A riff' . A A A Wg, WJ' H lr r MARY WARNER No. 11 LUCY VVHEELOCK SCHOOL "lfVith all women gentleness rs the most persuaswe argu- rnentf, Student Council, Junior Dance Committee. WILLIAM IVATROUS FRIENDSHIP, N. Y. UNDECIDED "A heart eonzrlvial that at- tends To the rare feat of making friendsf, ' Track 4. W ' BRUCE VVEALE No. 11 BUCKNELL "His srnfile is better than a frown, He'll be a person of re- nownf, Hi-Y 4, Senior Reception. JAMES J. QWEIGLE Y, w Y " ' , ST' PATRICK S CORNELL ST. CASIMERTS UNDECIDED ff . .- , . 1' , . A Floffd Coflpamonr a Plws "A wtll tdsucceerl wms the ant frzend. battlej, , l Junior Ring Committee, ' l Senior Ball Committee. A A . A --A -Yf. - "' QL V 30 gi v , V .ls , , A , A . ,U ,V , , f l.. , A' fi IL"--. sal: Q-... -A .A . 41, 3 5, i i 'fu . J' , M . 1: i , ":ff,f,i,1ST,iY7,xQJ 4 -T L. - .1-f xg. ' - X LLM .Mrk . Tv 5 K if V - it -:f "1 A - - S iii, J -ff " -ffl? 'Y X-fe-, X. ' "' X f:.',ig7,, i?25-f - .- .... f - e..JE:f-firaia.-T if 1. T H E I 9 3 o P I 1. 0 T "He livecl and died a gentleman."-MARK TWAIN uw--ami--ui!!--LW fi 1" 'KE Y l f 37 e r I-JF J-'H ir-f 4 WALTER WEISMAN No. 11 WVESLEYAN CcoNN.D "Though few his words, his friendship means, the highest type of friendlinessf, Hi-Y 1, 2, 3, 4 CYice-Pres. 41, Vindex lg Junior Prom Committeeg Banjo Club 1,2. HARRIET WHITE No. 4 ARNOT-OGDEN HOS. "But lady, when thy voice I greet, No heavenly music seems so sweetf, Glee Club Q, 3, 45 Library Council Q, 3, 4, Girl Re- serves 1. JOHN WI PFLER ST. PATRICK,S RENSALAER POLYTECHNIC "The happiness that's in my heart, I freely to the world im- partf, Senior Ball Committee. VERNE J. WISE No. 1 ARNOT-OGDEN HOS. SAMUEL WOLCOTT CORNING CORNELL U. "His was indeed a good influence in our liresf' ROBERT S. YORK FREDERICK, MD. P. G. "There,s sunshine in my soul today? x ,ln ,-1-4 V' I VERA ZIFF No. 8 CORTLAND NORMAL "Girls we love for what they 9, are. Yindex 4, Agora 4. EDWARD ELLET - - - No. 8 SAVAGE SCH L "Wisdom is szlencef, O0 "'Tis only noble to be good. 5 f si is W f, I . 31 in V W , 0 , ,nr ' 63: 'nl i. , V . 1 Q' i 'C 1 " , le ' ' 1 nan, n Q... A mi, -E A ' A ,eigg-.i.L:1 ...VL ,., . 4111 , r ', ' up nj - . :if .L 4. , A ' E . : - -, lf 2' 7 5 A --i.-. ' f g ' A ,e,,a,Q,!- 1534-1 J L f 1' tk E' F an .'k'.g.ew-g5v'TJs-,f, - .- ..- --- - -.F - 1 Aifvif'-Virf'-fs-nik-Sr - EC' T H E l 9 3 o P 1 L O T "I t does not become us to scof at the erusaders, remembering what it is they have borne all these yearsf,-MARK TWAIN --uw--LW--Lk! Ze Mrfggrlnlgiy-fpgg, JOSEPH DOMINICUNA PAULIN E BURROWS LYMAN WHITE NO. 3 UNDECIDED No. 5 No. 5 UNDECIDED "True courage needs no ITHACA CONSERVATORY Obi "His merit is a crown that spur? MUSIC shall not tarmshf, cs , ' , ' U Interclass basketball Q, 3, 4. Eff! Cfmmdeh go dnergmg Y Index 41 'aJ.9, Her .smile fha! brightened darkest days Shall have this humble line Qf praise." The Library Q F 4 . , ' Q +sV1Jg 32 ff' , V 'V f' ,. ' ' -5 A -TWV qf 1 ,, lf' 0 - ,,Lg,,, y,... ,L .,' -fl , x A 1 ,L - . -A -f 4 :Q ' e-Q Q 1-, , ,- A - , ,' -'-P -- ...J 1 . , -- , X, .-U N. 3 W in-. - ,Q35,3+: 5.!I!'.:.1 " ., .-Fg- .3f2"f.-+- A , - . 3 ' - e ' ' !, f1,,' ' "J L. L I ,,.. , " aa.,-1 ' Lf Y ',, Y-"' ' 5 , ,,,Q-, - , ' ' - .f "' -' '- "-H -- --- e f -'-, 1-6 -if riffs..-,Q - - I-1' -'W-fe-'-ie5.+l1T':-e" , 'J T H E l 9 3 O F' l L O T uk! --LW--HW--M1 rHa""FJa-an ar-'Na' CLASS HISTORY Well, it won't be long now. We'll be leaving E. F. A. soon, but we hope that we made a lasting impression on this school. We don't know whether the rest of the students will lament our going or celebrate it. We hope the latter, and also that the faculty will forgive us all for the inferiority complexes We may have had. CNo'te the umayfij But give us credit not because you think we need it, but because we were a social success. Although the class of nineteen-thirty didnit organize until nineteen-twenty-nine, it made up for lost time. The Junior prom was held with Donald Seem, chairman, and the class officers Ferdinand Haase, president, Helen Bruce, vice-president, Helen Delaney, treasurer, and Garth Shoemaker, secretary, and was unusually successful in every way. The activities stopped there for that year. The class election of the last school year was held early in November and named James Burke, president, Helen Bruce, vice-president, Dorothy Hughes, secretary, and Donald Seem, treasurer. In the middle of March the annual Senior prom was held in the Mark Twain ball room, and an enormous crowd, beautiful programs, beautiful music, beautiful- but I must stop here. It was a success financially, socially and otherwise. CFor a definition of that word "otherwise', as here used ask any senior who was presentj Next in the line of our successes was the senior play given in the auditorium by an ex- perienced cast. But to crown our path of glory will come the senior reception, and according to the talk heard about the halls the event will be romantically charming, socially successful, and perhaps financially depressing. Better stop here, though, I'm getting too romantic. Soon the time for parting will come, though we dread it. So in closing, we ask those affiliated With this school to forget all our faults, few though they be Qha haD and to re- member that we were a class that was in the limelight because of its social successes. Signed J IMMIE BURKE CPres. and Social Advisor to the Class of 1930.5 Q , 5 F ,-, wif ,h, V 'V 0 , Y I . ' Q K i ., - , - 3 Q1 -I ., si, - ., J 'AZZ'4 ' Lu' -'gkv' if ' ' ,..: - ' 5-11 -L ...Q 4 R H.. :" A. I ,J t. 1, -1 1' ' A ,,, 1:-:W . A I , A gH,,gf, J J L - -L- - ' K KD- T' . X V .,.4,,f , rf - 3" xfbifv-V -'W f 'Lf' .5 53' H f"iIi"--kinks' -Ex: T H E I 9 3 O P I L O T "T here are several good protections against temptations, but the surest is cowardicef, -MARK TWAIN J K 1 f I N 1 K K Y K 1 K 1 Y Q' 2-nr .1 r 1- -.ir .I r I 1' -.2 .I r I 1' -.fr .I NR A - - NT A95 + XE nib' r -mr Xi? 1 Qi 'L S .J Q. if L C IAS J UN IOR 22 I K?MMW?' ., ,L ,.4..,3 3 1 ,f ,Q ' JT 3 -H' G" V , . f-- . ' Q ' 'X " qw, , f "W 'X O m'." '.' ' - 'fb , N 5,,.. 1 - A '-Q -' JS' ', 'E A 'N b. '- :Q 'Y :5'-'2a'+e..2-'- ' ,-fi'-ga " -' ' Q7 . Q L' T, T v t -. -1- ' , -"-- 3 ' X' Ry -A k ' J L, ,fb 5 ,, 4 ., - -pr, .. .. r-. -- 'K iifgi- ,J ., -1'?L"'L.ix- ,-zf.-. E T H E I 9 3 O P l L O T K -' A ff , :1 x -- W'-L W'-LH , I r'F J-AH -'AF if it M M! M! Ha M 1 FJ Ahn Eloise Alpert Harriett Atwater Betty Baker Eunice Baltz Harriett Banks Bertram Barchet Edward Bartlett Howard Bates Bertram Baxter Dora Bickford Jack Bingham, Robert Bloss VValter Bohlke Edward Botnick B. Braude, Leon Breese Gerald Breese Robert Brown Stephen Buckhotz Dorothy Buckley Edna Bullock VVilliam Bystrom hlartin Canter Helen Carey Halsey Carmody Mcgrath Carrozza Frank Caroscio, VVilliam Cassada, Henry Cassetta Vincent Chapel Laura Cieri Anthony Clark 'William Codet Helen Collin Ruth Cornwell Robert Daughtery Charles Davis Dorothy Daykin Harold Deegan, James Decatur, Jay JUNIOR CLASS DeSocio Mary Dimon Dorothy Doane Mary Dombroski Margaret Doolittle Alice Drake Harry Easterbrook Thelma Eichorn, James Elder Louise Ervin Mary Etkind, Max Evans Francis Falletta Carl Fennell Margaret Flaherty Robert Falletta Josephine Forbes Cornelia Fossaceca, Lewis Fleming, Arthur Ganung Marguerite Gould Rosalie Grant Emily Griffin Dorothy Griflin Mary Graffins Jackson Harder Edith Hager Pearl Harris Frank Hartnett Nlildred Haskell Howard Haskins lVebster Hanmer Irene Herrick Robert Hesler lNIarjorie Hess Norman Hudinski Joseph Huff James Henstridge, Paul Hill Charles Hurley Marjorie Hutchinson Robert Johnson Angus Kelly Neva Kimball Janet Kotur Eugene Kruckon Helen Knott VVilliam Lane Elizabeth Lochern Bernard Luise Yolanda Lyon Dorothy Lyons Helen Leventhall Lewis Lagonegro Frank Lynch Joseph hladden Anthony lVIadden Ruth Mann Louis ltlaloney Robert lVIaloney 'William Marsh Arline lVIcGrady Robert lNIcGrath Cushing Mclnerney Florence Nlegur Adeline Mockler Francis Nlyers Florence Nervick Geraldine 0,Brien Florence O,Connor Eleanor Painter Raymond Paltrowitz, Louis Peet Edgar Perkins June Peterson Edward Petzki Frederick Piper Standish Patchen, VVilliam Punzo Daniel Reed Boyd Robinson Frances Rose Helen Rutan, Peter Ryan Kathleen Ruediger Grace Sayre Jeris Scudder Marguerite Sherman Ruth Siki Frances Smith Edith Snyder Mary Stacy Lillian Sterling Eleanor Stoll Shirley Streeter Kenneth Stronzinski Genevive Sutkowski Leo Sutkowski Thomas Tormey Edith Towart Katherine Trimhath Edith Tucker Elizabeth Tuttle George VanRennselaer Franklin Volker Sybil V an Campen Bermington VVagstaH Fred Wlaxman Joseph VVeigle Jas. VVells Ronald W'est Kenneth YVheeler Phyllis lVhite Edmund VVilliams Louise VVilson James Vvituski lwary 5 A . We-Q f-fs 3 35 V V J, a, -is "lx Q K , fs V- V I K -A .. If 'U F q VL w , fl-vii' ,A gf -. .G Q I . I f wi gg xl -1' ' '-' "AM -'I - .Ag-"Q:- -fi -9-fag ,AML 'f .' 32- -,- 'P-. 'W' " 1' Q.-. J- ,, aiif ff f'-'s?l'l':45 1:' -- - , - ,gif ,,,, ir-'K i V - L - .1-1 : . . Xa.- .J-H , Y Y ,.- , nh- 4 .. -V4 1 -1 T H E l 9 3 O P I L O T' fa gs, . f W. W: 1214- :gm . - Qt S' .fff"f:i',"f', '.'1'4i-Wil' Q ja N as , ii' in 1' -- . -. X ,Wi N, 4. - M pf-NfL , nm .M-AA ,t,g.,,5A ' ,,b'5'f,g ws, 4 Q ,, 'Qzwfff .Pfi A 36 SOPHOMORE CLASS ', 4,wg35'm1-n ,J ' Y' 2 , ZF ' LEU, a 21 ima 53 - jaw, r list of name-SD fo QSee pages 85 and 86 "- F'-it HBWLIH ,. r' 'AH 'A r W M I5 E! PM W.: gsm , ' 1 it 4 1 .9 ':,.'1. 5 :Tv 3 ,jf-gy, ' 1 71 3 , ff X ff ff ' ef if KN YI . CI mi me 4- .QE ,M Wu .g 1:73 AUD ..,4.,.,-4,-W K trim i H-we A: H 7:1 I 5, I go Q. lil UD CJ I 5 'v p-1 Q Q CU FL L! .X g .lv f X ' KA . Y K. 4 K ' i 24? ' , 'Ei M 9 1 - f frfy gl .51 ff v , ' ' ' i-bf A x- . -' .. :LAT ,I D Q l. ,nf .Qi 1 A 1 . ff!! I " 'sf - 45 1 93514 gf --:L I . - :K - Q 14 f, - - -. 2-9. - ,LJ : ' ., :U -0. 1 ' -W XL' ' 2 1,4 . ,, , .-3 .f F , 4 5.35, " -ff f -fTf'2E,-Z2f i3 - ' -' 4----i 1 4 - Q' A -L -,L .-1.,, A, -4, , Yf4x,,, f ,' "Y V , ,s., V.-nz' , fx' W 1 X V 5, ,, Tyzaf 1 L . iV91,,--ill . 1 1 K, .Q . f---J . -- ---- "-J f'12L-r sas.. f - f-i-:ff - -f"4-f-ig-kfw S S' H E l 9 3 O P I L O T 4 -uma--an--aww--iw A7 c rrwrarfn Mui " fa! 1 ' K ,,f X L3 Z g ., .1420 ff' .4,'. 1:6 Cf' ' A CLASS WILL Know all men by these present: That we, the class of '30 of the Elmira Free Academy, being of sound mind and memory do make, declare and publish,this last will and testament. FIRST-We bequeath to the Junior Class :- 1. The honorable privilege of being the next class to graduate after us. Q. Our exceptionally high ideals and remarkable scholarship records. 3. All the money that has been made on the Year Book and Vindex. CDon't rush.j 4. Our dignity and lovely manners. SECOND-We bequeath to the faculty:- 1. Our sincere gratitude for giving us low marks, that we might not be conceited about our brilliancy. 2. The privilege of telling the next class that they are the most passive and lacadozical of all the senior classes. THIRD-We bequeath to the favored specimens of humanity: 1. To Laura Chapel, some of Rose hlary Sheehe's height. 2. To Mary Kathryn Snyder, all of the gum that has been thrown in the wastebaskets. 3. To Halsey Carey, Dan Lewis, power over the women. 4. To "Jerry', Breese, "Bob" Gerity's ability to make bright remarks to the teachers. 5. To "Bud" French, Stewart VanRensalaer's bashfulness with the girls. 6. To Richard Seem his big brother's debating ability. 7. To Jack Bickford, "Jimmie', 1Vagstaff's Wiley words. 8. To Walt Bloss, "BobU Brown's date book. 9. To Eloise Ahn, the ball bearing from the children's roller skates with which to play marbles. 10. To Rosalie Gould "Mope,, 1VIcLaud's position as Editor of the Vindex. 11. To some poor devil the job of year book editor. FOURTH"TfV6 bequeath to the following right honorable institutions: 1. To the Hi-Y, a decent luncheon. 2. To the Here and There Club a permanent situation. 3. To the Junior Class our good wishes and our bills. Signed by- BI. E. Qfficial execntrix, Class of '30 9 F ' -1 1 .. is ' -..,,.1a. ..f 4a,.:'-L., ' it -L 4 K, l' 4 1 YV 4 Q LKAWY wg .: L - Jr- . me as ,X . K 5 kg -7 I - -R1 """i-x.,Y,?- "ii-f i gi: RV xxx XV n wi,,.,-,J ,-Tx, 4. -fav-'K-gf -.f-fit.,-1 - ... :-. -- W -- ' -J 1 Q-+-fi"""GPf'i":-e"iW:-f5"'- he . T H E I 9 3 O P I L O T "I shall not make use of slang or cnlgariiy upon any occasion or under any circumstances and shall necer use prfyfanzty except in discussing house 'rent and taxesf'-MARK TWAIN TIV HX 3 X v NN X E 6 f Y.. . 1 5.51:- 1 L 4. , ,L 5-N ,, ' ,cf s ,4 ,F ff 'H 1 4, . W., Q. ' 'JV . x.4 X .fy X , , f . Dt, 4.4, W 1, , 'K ., '29, ' - qw I ' . ' w,f",: 1, 5, -Q M: - x I :WM , 4 p. v. Q., X, TW: Q' ' s .x ,,,. U ,w.1,- . 4 Qfxif ' 3 V, . W F' u ' " ' , V ' L. - Q . , 'ff . ' , Q- 'P .. ky if ki ig -. ,f -A ' - .2 af 1 -,asf ' 4, - 'N ' ' 57 .Af 1, V 5' J, - 5 ,Q . I ' 2 . '. wt ' !'5.i'-1 ' 4f, ,-Q.. .J , ,. . . ,' - A 5 f .3 , , ' 75??L.' , - 5: 4, ,V gn, ,m , la, . . - Dfw ' . Y f ' ' ' 9 . F- I. '. , , mg, ., ., . . -. . I -, ,,. L X , Y . , ,, , .X M , , V 7 J . Q34-W Q ,., . - ,- vw I v q.- . 4. A H ' f , JSWX f " ' Qi.f'E5L' ,. gi, -:,- ,- M. 5, X ,. Q 3,95 ..., V., ,av V, , . ,,, M,-,, b1'.f5 - ff' K -4' , ' A V' 1 ,Ama . . 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' 1 W-'v.azc2:'f ' fa- -1 "if 9 -. f' w Zta -., . N -.-W ff- f - . . .V 1 , ,, 1, , pf 4, .9 .ff v i, -' A , Q., f- , 1. , ,. . " 'N' ' 1 ' V " . 2 , . , ' ' " 4 15' " ' A: 755- " K iii", 4. ',- - - ff' ' ' ' f w if .A New fr- - 1 V' v , -f . ., . 1 gf Fffi -1' jf' -M. . 3 ' '- 'T f ' , ,ff .. f ' wif .14 J . ' Pr - ,. ,guy . Y ..- d-- - - x' , ' I ,ear .JY A ' .. 3' . -f' ' , I , 1 f M' W . 4 ,Q . -J" " 7... W N :w-,, ' ,- A. r X . 1 x ., X1 . 'L 5 ' ,Y ,f 4 ,, , -Q 1i"v'4'Ti5w. -"'t'.:,H'-rl " w ,'-in jf 41-WL ' 4 ins 1' ' ' , .. fu.-.f-' we-b If K Q, " 'H 'i'-fr? -A-,v l, HELL' A .xv Q A-x' ,, . . , -. .. . E1l1'z'11r-1'11-1-I1ifjf -Ll--aw--uw--LW Q7 1 rfg1f'fFJ1,-n 1,4111 XvERA ZIFF DOIROTHY LYON JOHN LONOWELL ROBEIIT DUN4'AN HARRY LYIDONNICLL GERALD BRE!-:sic LYMAN XVI-IITIC HERBERT Zn-'lf SALLY SHVLAIA N HTXRRIETT gXLPl'1li'l' VINDEX STAFF Tl111.s'1' 111 The PI'FfIlI'l' .lre: TVAYNI-1 DICLAUD . l'lLO1s1-1 AHN DIARY K. SXYDEK TXRLINE BIARSII EMILY GRANT NIARY ITOANE ICVELYN BENNETT TQATIIRYX VFOYVART ,IERIH SAYRE BIARGEKY ELLIR ICLEANOR STERLING JANE ESPIGY R1I,'II,'XIilJ 'FIIURNTON RCJIEIEIQT BIALONEY MAR.1OR1E T'Il'RLEY IIRS. T,lCl'EL ITOSALIH fT0l'LD DONALD HAWRES DONALD SI-LEM 1311s1'nex.s JIr111uyf'r IJUNALD F. TIAXVKES. JR. . . . . News I'I1l1'1'111' ilxxf, .xv6'll'-9 Erliior: 1111111111- . . . F ea! ure E11 11111- S11o1'f.w If1l1'f111' . , . EfII'ffJ1'I'fI1 Page ROsAL1E LTOULD . 3IAR.IOIiIE HIfRLEX' ,XRLINE BIARSH . RfJI3l'IIiT NLXLONEY ITIVIIARIJ ,FI-IORNTUN KIRH. .I ICAXETTE DELHI. ...,.... 1'wClf'IlH,Ij .'lfl1'1'.s-111' The Yindexfgmnlmlislied by and for the students Of the lillnira Free Ac-zulelny to uphold, Sustain, and defend the rights and hOnOr Of the sc-hOOl and its students. Founded in 1899. the Yindex has advanced through Q:l'iiilll2ll stages Of development, whic-ll have culminated this year in its publication as a weekly newspaper. The Yindex has plac-ed in each 1-Ontest entered this year, .Xt C'Ornell the paper gained first honorable mention. at the Columbia Sc-holastie Press .Assoc-izition C'OnventiOn in New York, 11 sec-ond plaee i11 class "B," at Syruense. Sec-Ond plzu-e. and Ht the National Scholastic Press Assoc-iz1tiOn C'OnVentiOn in Minneapolis, sec-ond pluee. 1 139 ,P .4 df . 1, v it . . a., V 4 '- .. 1- ' 1 Q 111, ii it ia 1- F X Q, if " 'tt' 1 1 11 ' 4-. ..'v. QV A . 1 , . ----' 1, ... ' ,Y , ' '5 1, .Ugg ' '- -1 1 . mf . 'gngig - -2-vii, is-s35.gf',1g ' -2 - f -1 fwnrg --. , - ,,, , Y , AQ -- .---, .1 1 1 .,, - 1, ', , X- , -,H "-gf"'-:"' '- T' Y -- -, 4" , H ,ig M F A . X -.gr-. - gk ' Y K, -'f V , - A 1 V-S L .. .- ef -1e':f..tT R....fL S I Q A ' I-A f 'fe A T H E 1 9 3 O FJ I L O T ",xv0l-Sf' p1'111'cx 1111111 ing. Often ll 11011 lI'lIU lmx 11161111.11 lllllfl 1111 egg r'r11'L'Ic'.v as if .vlzff 111111 laid Clll 11ster111'd."fA1ARR TXVAIX K!! 1hmW""km!L'kw!"'Lmq ' FHlr,4fHJr4HIJlr,FNJ -4,4 H , First Violin HAROLD BENNET OLIVE PECKHAM GEORGE XJANKURIN JOHN KING GERALDINE IVES ALICE FACL FILAMENA COLLETTA ROSE CONNELLY THERESA COSTELLO DOROTHY BIATHEWS EVELYN COMFORT BIARGARET LEXNON Horn JAMES HARPER LONVELL BIOSS Piano PEARL HIAGAR LOUIS LIDDIARD ORCHESTRA Viola AGNES OLIVER ERNEST PRUYNE Cello .ALBERT BERB,ARY DANIEL LEWIS Bass FRANCIS CHAMBERLAIN RALPH RANDALL T ympani JOSEPH BLASH Flute STEXVART PETERSON Trumpet JOSEPH HUIZINSKI IRVING YVHITMARSH RAYMOND HAUVER GEORGE J. :ABBOTT-U07'lfl'1lCl07' Second Violin JOSEPH SHIELDS RAYMOND OLNEY RICHARD GETMAN lNIINNIE CIERI NELLIS SPENCER HELEN BOARDMAN NIARGARET SHEIVE RIARGARET RILEY LOUISE HANCOCK BEBE IJOGHRY VVILBUR HORTON BYRON PHELPS Trombone KENNETH YVILSON JAMES COLLETTA Clarinet YVENDELL STEVENS GERALD PRITCHARD Under the direction of llr. Abbott, the orchestra has nearly completed its instrumentation and has increased considerably during the year. A Section of it in addition to playing at assemblies, furnished music at the lwasquers and Senior plays. The entire orchestra enter- tained at the Spring Festival and the annual concert. 9 5 . - ' All I it nil, , V ' ., . If , ' -. J ' 1 ,. , 4 , 3 ' 'T l, .1 ,Q l "Ziff l K z4"' "W 12152 , A .A Q - --4224951-. -.A .tix Al. r' A.. ' ,r Q :mink I .:,, :: - - T -ami..- I i?E' :.?7 71 , f - -'- -.- ,xg ' V' -f xg ,H L - L ' J' -, V ' Mm Af' A F C ,f , -1-4 ' kr-W 1"Qf?f'W - 1, yi CI. f- Ar' Y: - X -. ' "sl jf? .ffl 5:- ,. r-. -,- A - ""' 'in' 75: ll' ., -,15Eff,1g,--3:45 P" , ' ' T H E l 9 3 O F7 I L Q T "It will at last be time, I fear, to give over trying to save the country by human means, and appeal to P7'O1Jld67'LC6.,,Y-IWIARK TWAIN il If LW--M!--LW--MH rM,4lFJ.1--'Hllafafigg Ularinet GERALD PRICHARD WILLIAM MATHEWVS LAWRENCE DOOLITTLE RODNEY ROINIAYNE ROBERT DUNCAN PETER RUTAN GOERGE PECKENS WESLEY HAGAR WALTER SHERMAN FRANCIS SPENCER ANTHONY CIERI Bass HAROLD BENNET LANVRENCE DR.-XPER WVILLIAM BAUER E. H. S. BAND Saxophone ROBERT SLOCUM CURTIS VVISEHART LESTER BRONVN Trombone KENNETH VVILSON JAMES COLLETTA CHARLES FARMER FLOYD PECK Baritone FLOYD SVVEET Horn JAMES HARPER LOWVELL INIOSS Trumpet IRVING VVHITMARSH RAYMOND HAUXVER WILLIAM ATWATER MARTIN BYSTROM LAWTERNE HEATH ERWIN HARVEY GERALD GUNDERMAN VVILLIAM SCHIEFFEN Flute CARL MEYER Percussion INIAX TAYLOR DONALD J AYNES NORMAN HELD EARNESTDOBBERSTEIN WVILLIAM E. BIERY-Conductor The band's unusual success for this year can be attributed only to the diligent VVednesday evening rehearsals and llr. Biery's efficient direction. The appearances of the boys at assemblies, the Spring Festival, and the annual concert indicated the extent of their abilities. Their performances at the football and basketball games have added much in pep and consolidated support. 9 .. WMM ,L , 41 V , V ' . J' 4 3 i I V ' 1 1' 'I 1. V' ' ' 4 ng.: 4 ,. -'31 J... ,.!k'-SE - Q -J ,Y ...L -,A . :" -, gp -Wi gp - :ti - .- ' :B L sa-': -..g-:, - - - P' p 'A - -1-a:'+ , - " . 'H 'Q ' -- - , Y r" . - S .. .fag ' 'ff g. . f ra. V sf' sis..-L -5- uf 1.3 .fi ,, Y ,fff S- 1 x, I 3. -. J' ' - ' ' - --is p. .- I-. -4 --- Ar ' 1 L ' . " 1 f ll.x . , - 1,- l T H E l 9 3 O P I L O T "Let us be grateful to Adam our benefactor. He cut us out of the sblessing' of idleness and won for us the 'curse' of laborf,-MARK TXVAIN . I- 4 cj! si. ,M I , w-- H--L H--Ln ff I r f-r -An V-f sh! M H! ll Nu FJ.: I Na FLORENCE MCINERNEY' E. SCHNECKENBURGER HELEN DELANEY ELEANOR VVHITEMAN DOROTHY HUGHES MARY DOIANE ARLENE MARSH ANNA SOLOMON HORTENSE ROGERS HEIIEN CLENDENIN MARGARET FINNELL MINNIE CIERI FILAMENA COLETTA MARION DAVIS FAY DELONG MARY ERWIN AGORA Those I n The Picture Are: RUTH FRENCH ANN TORMEY ELEANOR STEVENS SALLY SHULMAN HELEN CANTER FREDA HORXVITZ MARION SHEARER JEANETTE BUTLER MARION SCUDDER OLGA HOLLANDER MARY SNYDER ELOISE AHN EUNICE BAKER MISS GAMBLE MARION LYNCH DIARY lx1C1GREEV'Y RUTH LORDEN MISS KOTRBA CLARE FUREY KATHLEEN KIEP'FER AULTA NETTH HELEN ROSE xvERA ZIFF XYEDA SPOHN MARIE J ACOBSON XVOLANDA TOTA RUTH COLLIN ALICE GREGG THELMA EASTERBROOK EVELYN BROOKS OFFICERS MARY MCGREEW'Y' ..... . . President MARION LYNCH . . . Vice-President YOLANDA TOTA . . . Secretary- Treasurer MISS SYLVIA KOTRBA Debate Advisor MISS LOUISE GAMBLE ........ Faculty Advisor The Agora Debating Society has completed another very successful year. Under the able leadership of the officers and advisors many interesting weekly programs have been enjoyed. Many new members have been received in Agora and as a welcome to them a banquet was held at De Luxe Inn on February 27. 5 42 AI , -I.-,-I- , .4 A JH, V .Iv ,, V . , E .-31, -Q4 yy.: ASV'-sg . .1 , -.4:4?2:-?J1-,- ...VL -.V . X .LSE -:' I. gf - ,fo 4 I - J O 'i'?5 ""':g i JL? W, ,QMS ,J L 'J' -- + 'Mn -S- , - rye - , A-AL: Sw- get Q, O as -- g-s ,HY -- 5 ' A ft - 1- O QP' - Y -.. TMgf1az-F H 1 Sfvyf-'T'fF"f"""'e1-m-e'Rf1:5' - 1 H E I 9 3 O F3 I L O 'T' H . . Man ts the only arttmal that blu-S'h6S.n-MARK TWAIN X W rf 1 I , tw-.Mn--nl!--LW IHMIFJJMH JVAFFJJ-f FORUM Those' In The Piclurf' .-Ire: ROBERT FLAHERTY JOSEPH HUDINSKI CARL PATTERSON JOSEPH LYNCH PAUL TNIORRELL ROBERT IJRAPER THOMAS ISTELLY ARTHUR BIADDEN YVAYNE lx'ICLAlfD JAMES TYAGSTAFF ROBERT RIALONEY DIXNIPIL LEXVIS XVALTER BLOSs GERJXLD BREESE RICHARD 'FHORNTON JOSEPH BLASII :XRDEN DEVORE JAMES BURKE JOHN HIASSETT DONAIID HAXVKPZS ROBERT BUSH JOHN COLGAN SANFORD BARCUS OFFICERS RIf'IiIXRD THORNTON ..,... . Presidenf JAMES BURKE . . Vice-Pre.s-ident DANIEII LEWIS . . Secretary ROBERT MALKJNEY . T reusurer JOHN COLGAN ..,......., Faculty 4ldl'7:S0I' Forum has completed one of the most successful years of its career. Several debates Were held among the members and a number of outside speakers were invited to discuss various topics of interest. The first social function of the year was a banquet at the De Luxe Inn, followed by a theatre party. At its weekly meetings held at the Steele Blemorial Library current topics, readings, and discussions made up the programs. Several joint meetings were held with the Agora girls debating society. Forum has done much for its members by supplementing the English program with a worthwhile course in public speaking. It furnished the material for the boys debate team of this year as it has done in past years. 3 9 4 f-- --few ' J, , -T I gil , V - V ' K . .. C ' , 1 4 ,Q 1. , ,E Q! T T ,l i 1' gg A' I , - H3214 . 1 -vL"' lk' SQ 1' . , -5 ' ' -L I K :'4 I. P H: h ff!-Au-Ahh 4 Q, L 1 ' ' " A A 4-1' I H ' - iimff----ff, 'T"ri'ffgj"' -13.1-F 'J L-9 V LV V, . -A ff' i. ff L - V 'X 7'-fel-:R .. .-. Q-. -,- Y -- A L" iff:-if ff A 'filzlf A -"' ' T H E l 9 3 O F3 l L O T ur I' he aces and low ispot' cards are 'very good infleefl to wrife menzoranrla on, but I will not recrmzmend the Kings and .laclr.s."fMARK TXVAIN L f' Stes ,fe uw--uw--LW--LW . rrgwfFJ.:f1n I FJ: 4, fy "f VEDA SPOHN FILAMENA COLETTA THELMA EASTERBROOK E. SCHNECKENBURGER LOUISE HANCOCK KATHRYN POSS BLANCHE BAKER PATRICIA FINNELI. EDNA BUCKLEY BIINNIE CIERI MARIAN CILLEY MYRTLE J ENKS GLEE CLUB Those In The Picture Are: SHIRLEY STOLL LILLIAN CRANDALL MARY SPLANN ANN FINNELL EDITH HARDER BIAUDE POMERY DOROTHY BEMENT DOROTHY HARTER HELEN GRYSKA INIARGARET SHEEHE HARRIETT VVHITE GENEVIEVE CAREY URSULINE SPOHN EUNICE BAKER BIARION DAVIS MARIE BYAM THERESE COSTELLO AIILTA NETTH IEETTY LEAHY LAURA CHAPEL ELOISE :XHN DIARY K. SNYDER FRANCES SEELEY FLORENCE O,BRIEN OFFICERS AULTA NETTH . .... . . President BETTY LEAHY .... . Vice-President LAURA CHAPEL .... . . Pianist lNIISS DOROTHY E. CONNOR ........ Director Under the direction of Bliss Dorothy Connor the Girls' Glee Club has completed a very successful year. New members were taken in at the beginning of the September and January terms. During the year the club has entertained at Assembly several times. On hlay 23, at the South Side High School the girls were presented in a concert together with the band and Orchestra. This organization has made splendid progress during the three years of its existance and it is proving to be one of the popular activities of the school. 9 it -f-I 44 A V A, . K2 " ., , I . ,nt i' C L i .. n V ' V 5 Q1 ' ti IL, ,A .5 R , vw, .3 ,'--,Hes --5 - - .A ..., -LMA . P n- .',, " a-A , " ' , , ' ' " ."" 1 , , - sl U A , - gl x 4 - L - .Lf C - . - 1,1-A ,x I x 1, ' A e,ff+S,A.-W je' " A Q ,C M -. ,fe X, . . L ., - -f,f1,1,f.2f' :A :L S. .- I-. A- ---- -r ifTi' -T 1 "+ 'i'B'1-f::"' -F . T H E I 9 3 O P I L O T "The man with a new idea is at Cranky until the idea SUC068dS.n-MARK TWAIN .HW--HHH!--MH--Mn rfyfrhar-H I--WJ MASQUERS Those In The Picture Are: EPSTEIN SEEM SHEARER F UREY MADDEN LYNCH DTACK NICGREEVY MCLAUD BURKE SHULMAN AHN WYANCAMPEN KIEFFEIQ BUTLER MALONEY BREESE SNYDER ELLIS HUGHES HASSETT YVHITEMAN THORNTON LEVVIS VVAGSTAFF DELANEY BAKER LORDEN lNEVVHALL SOLOMON DOROTHY HUGHES . .,,. . . President DANIEL LEWVIS . . Vice-President RUTH LORDEN . . Secretary ROBERT NIALONEY . . . , . . . Treasurer JOHN COLGAN ..I....... Faculty Advisor The hfasquers have again completed a successful year. The membership has increased to such an extent that at present there are 43 registered. ' Last December, under the coaching of hir. Colgan, lNIasquers presented "Peg-O-hIy- Heart" which proved to be a great success. hfasquers is a Social as well as dramatic club. A delightful dance Was held at the Country Club in November, and another in hlasonic hall in the early part of Nfarch. At the Weekly meetings held at the Steele hlemorial library, programs have been presented by members, and various topics discussed. 9 E 5 W W . wt-. " :VL 45 all V V V , V .4 V ' : , g-NW,V:- ff '1- V V , ., , V if V-f fx. V- ,- ,a , l -E514 Q. - 1 ..Q"'. . Hsi' -gg - - . ds .1 ' -4 4.15 Al'-uf, f , ,v i F ' " ' V 1' ' 4 GQ, " f -'Z "SWF -',T"'-'viaiiliii ai?---:f f L L-" - ' .5--fav - - - . f - e h- - .. -- , - . . I V - ' . -V VJ - rx V V4 1 - L - ,sf V . - L .VJ vi , 1 -V, V - N- , , -J-ui KAY wr we .2-::,e" ' 1 L Y V V AV Y , V V V W VV , . :jk . - V-, 3. I , I-: - - D 1 7 e 4 I -J M - . T H E l 9 3 O P l L O T S'The timid man yearns for full value and rlemands a. tenth. The bold man strikesfor double value and conz.prom1'se.s at par."-MARK TWVAIN 1 L Q MH -Mi--uw--LW rFiJf4FJ.:f1Haf4FJJ - :fy if GIRLS' DEBATE Those In The Picture Are: AULTA NPITTII .IonN E. CoLG,xN, Crmfeh Ei'N1cE ISAKE1: HEIJEN B RUUE HARR1n'rr 1BLPEIt'I' The girls of the Ehnira Free Academy Debating team lost to the girls of Binghamton Central High School, Saturday evening, April 6. The question was, "Resolved: That the Emergence of lVomen from the Home into Business and lndustry is a Deplorable Feature of American Life." The Elmira team upheld the negative. i The argument was opened by Helen Spehnan, captain of the Binghamton team, who gave the history of the question. Eunice Baker then opened the negative argument. Helen Foley was the second speaker for Binghamton, and Aulta Netth was the corresponding speaker for Elmira. Roberta Kaley closed the constructive case for Binghamton and Helen Bruce, captain of the Elmira team, did the same for the negative team. Bliss Alpert and Bliss Bruce gave the rebuttal for Elmira and Bliss Foley and Bliss Spellman for Binghamton. Binghamton now has possession of the cup given by Blrs. J. Sloat Fassett. This cup has been won four times by Binghamton teams and twice by teams of the Ehnira Free Academy. a . ,Q 'Q , ' fi ' 40 ml' V v . - I gf V ' 6 i 1 V x i I ' 'L f" - 1 ' B flags., :NVQ -Q"' JN- 'rl' f X' - 4' " '- 1, ... . 4 is 'Al r t :' . ' l i t Y-Q. ' '-'- - -ft " 4 r .FT A' ' 'f' A1151 ' ii-'M ' ' 3' ---f .:. ' V , f lagging:-f f f a , 4- Z T- , - t Q - L, f .Lf ,Y . - -AV, A . A -, t- , ,ff-x..xY -- 'pai ' - K K 1 ,rl X v . ,M ', --we est-1r'i" 1 Q E we -r -.--X a -e . s as - ,, , 1-. -.- ---- -.E L - iii-rss.-T - 1 earl'-1i2'F-E'-H T H E I 9 3 O P I L O "Wye .should be careful In yci om' of rm l'.l'1ICl'li6'II!'C only ille 1zfi.sdrm1 fha! is in ff."-MARK TWAIN eLa 7. E' 1, T ef J i. A , uw--aw--uw--LW . rriwriawn if-'Na' . ,eps .7 'if lil 2 ivy 'P 4114 4 BOYS' DEBATE Those In Tlze Picture Are: RICHARD THORNTON JOHN E. COLGAN, Coach IBONALD HAWVKES DONALD SEEM JAMES W'AGsTAFF The boys of the Varsity debate team were hosts to the Binghamton Central High School delegation on Friday afternoon, February 28th, in the Academy auditorium. The teams were met in the twentieth annual contest to decide the holder of the Amherst cup. The Library Club from the Parlor City, successfully upheld the negative side of the question- Resolved: That the Present Chain Store System is Favorable to the Best Interests of American Life and Progress. Donald Seem opened the debate for the aflirmative with a history of the question. The negative argument was opened by Benjamin Coleman. Richard Thornton and Worth Jackson then followed with the second affirmative and negative arguments respectively. The case was closed for the affirmative by James Wagstaff and for the negative by Gordon Cluney. Richard Thornton and James VVagstaff handled the rebuttal for Elmira and Donald Ahern and Gordon Cluney for Binghamton. The victory of Binghamton gives them the privilege of holding the Amherst trophy until next year, when the proteges of Coach Colgan will invade the Parlor City in an endeavor to return the cup to Elmira. a 1 - - V . , ,-.. Wg, 1, 3 QL g V Lf x I N . f f . - L A t , Q1 1 A A, D. l H.' A' H. 1 ' "'....g, 5 0 ' " 1 ' " " I A 157.4 , 'fd gg - ,lk ' if - .- AJ - -2--QL -r ...L ,-4, 4 : 4 D, hy 1 1 ' 1- -L 1- j 0 '- , -v 'j 7 553 1? 3 4- 'g S I - . W VY 4, Y Q - L. - .Lf ,M - . ' 1,.,i,, J- . K 1, f X ...fm-A, -ceff5r" Q we -. offs, X A .1 . 3273-a' - - .- .- .-- .- A.. -I 1. +airf'fi:1fe-iii 1'-'S T H E I 9 3 O P I L O T 6'From the day Ihat Adam aie of the apple and told on Eve down 10 fhe present day, man, in a moral fight, has pretiy umformly shown himself to be an arrant C0lDLl7'll.,,'-MARK TWAIN L. Y k' 'Q ki fl ' A f '4Q.-' , :fy 14' LIBRARY COUNCIL Those In The Picture A re: GENEVIEVE STROZINSKI CHRISTINE QUATRANO ELIZABETH PEET KATHR1'N DRAPER MARION SCUDDER BIILDRED XYANIXUKEN BESSIE SMEJKAL BIISS GILMORE BTARGUERITE SCUDDER ROSE CAMPANELLI BTARY OSTASHESKI TNTARY FUSARE LOIS HETHERTON CARMELITA FUSARE OFFICERS MILDRED YANAUKEN .... . President ROSE CAMPANELLI . . Vice-President GENEVIEVE STROZINSKI . . . . Secretary MARGUERITE SCUDDER . . ...... Treasurer MISS BIADELINE F. GILMOUR . Librarian and F aculfy Advisor The Library Council is one of the most active organizations of the Elmira Free Academy, in that it entails real work. It is under the supervision of lNIiss Gilmour, and fuliillsa double purpose. The members assist the librarian in the administration of the library and they also constitute a special class in Library Science. The club, in addition, is a social organiza- tion, and its program of the past year has included social gatherings with the Library Council of the South Side High and those of neighboring towns. 9 F W f Rl v , 4 f - -- --- , ,I U ,, - ' t el ., Q I I Q V 1 L T 5 5 ,E QI f 4- "" Al l 1' r ' .'--I , .151 ,gf-. . JM- Q I . . , V. V - '-' 1 5 -. F -L -,A Al, e y , -9 Q 1 - 1- - 0- .--eff-?-' - ' ' ' - ' 4 - ' - - -- , - - , - ' V " - fi , L - ,V , . V Q, ,YN A , 3 K -1 - -A . - 1--f ' - .. A . , . . I Y 1. '--f -," A R 7 A A -R 'if' .- -A ..-A . A A A -xv. .. .-. Q-.. -,- - "-rfim'-Sr 'asa-21.46 - ee ee+a.:F'fFe - an--'S-Q22-+5 . T H E l 9 3 O P I L O T "When in doubt tell the llT'llfh.,,'LMARK TYVAIN . n-. n-. n--in , ,Ar ,-n ,- IM uh! ui! il PM M 4 IFJJ BANJO CLUB Those In The Picture Are: GEORGE GREGORY JOSEPH LEMONCELLI TNIARIAN VANDIVER MARY HODOE JACK WARD SIBLE YYOLKER HENRY CASSADA DOROTHY TERWILLIGER VVILLIAM FUNK RAYMOND SEELY RICHARD SEEM The Banjo Club under the direction of Blr. Frederick Knapp, is made up of enthusiastic members and has received much merited praise. The club holds weekly rehearsals at the Knapp studio where novelty pieces are arranged and played. On April 4, the banjoists were selected from a large list of popular orchestras to play for dancing at the annual Spring carnival. The club has given several concerts at various schools in the city and has broadcast programs from the Horseheads and Elmira radio stations. Both this year and in former years they have entertained the students of the Academy at various assemblies. lVhile 11ot the largest musical organization in the school the Fred Knapp Banjo Club is among the most popular with the student body. S 19 , f ..-E .nw ' I 1 QL 49 al i , V A , G 5 if .. 1- f Q Y i ,' i 1. ' 1 V A .E Q, ' 4- "" l l' '1 5: .--Y., L"-. ..-'- - . . x . 7 -4 -, - , , :' .',,. Q 1' ' A .- " 'rd' i ,, W ' , L . ,L 'A ' . -MY, Vs. 5 r ,f - - A- O he-fejjg X -3-,Er - or 4 N ,Q ,, .-. . g. ' f.::, -' 'kg -' ' I - if" if YS A -.1,,?f-V1 -5121,-1 eL,.f. f . T H E I 9 3 O P I l- O T 6'The Englislnnan requires fhat everything about him be stable, .vfrong and permaneni, except the house which he builds to 7'67If.,,-MARK TVVAIN ff L, , -f N, l f fee, af " -f Zi? f Hx, Hs, Hs., I YA 74 V4 if uh! hi! LW Wu PM H 4 Wa MPEG O' MY HEART" Presented by M asquers Dramatic Society CAST OF CHARACTERS Peg .... ....... D OROTHY HUGHES Jerry . . . . . JAMES WAGSTAFE Ethel Chichester . . . . EUNICE BAKER Mrs. Chichester . A MARY KATHRYN SNYDER Irish Maid . . . . ANNA SOLOMON Alaric . . . . THOMAS KELLY J arris . . , .,.. JACK HASSETT Christian Brent . . HASKELL ROSENBLOOM Mr. H awhes ........... JACK BICKFORD This three act farce, written by J. Hartley Manners, was excellently produced last December by the above well-trained cast. Much of the credit for the success of the play is due Mr. Colgan, Who, with the cast, worked unceasingly for its perfection. The story weaves itself around Peg, a poor Irish girl living in New York. She is made A an heiress by the death of her uncle, and is called to England to be reared by an aristocratic aunt. She is bewildered and out-of-place, needless to say, in these surroundings, but she iinally wins her way and also a worthy English nobleman named Jerry. The play was irrisistably amusing and was heartily appreciated by an enthusiastic audience. B ,Q . ' we ' if J, 0 V Q-v V -, Q x .yt up ally- ni 1 O ' "f -A.-.Az Q 'lu 'E Q! it "ii , A 'tl rv .-1. 1,5234 ,Z ,J rv. H: a D. ., uf 5 D wi .L mlm- L5 ge: -'.""'L A , . , feeag iiiii , J L ee A A y -M , is , , , O , -L+! - w- E , ,sl Q: 1, , -' -:fi ,ig-5,--, -. j ' --' E,-S . Sf, .. .-. 1-. L- ---- - i 1 --s '12'f-f-"-'ii':-+e'55'1- A T H E I 9 3 o p 1 L O T l "T he porter gave one a cup of cofee and kept one awake while I drank if.,,'MARK TWAIN 4 X l I " If ull!--IW--LW--LLH1 rtiaferldaf-H IVAFFJJ GGWHAT HAPPENED T0 JONES" Presented by the Senior I 'lass c'AsT or' CHARACTERS J ones .... .,..,. . THOMAS KELLY Ebenezer Goorlly . . . EDWIN SWIFT Antony Gooflly, D.D. . . . fhLOYD KIMBALL Reiclzarfl H eathrely .... . JAMES VVAGSTAFF Thomas Holder CP0llC6771Il7ID . . FRANCIS NIOCKLER William Biyby ..... . DANIEL LENVIS Henry Fuller .... . CHARLES SVVIFT Mrs. Goodly . HELEN DELIANEY Sissy . . . NIARION DAVIS Marjorie . . RUTH BIORSE M irzerra . . . . BIARGERY ELLIS I-llrina Starlight . . . IJOROTHY HLTIHES Helma Ulairlj . . CHARLOTTE BICCREIGHT This original farce was very ably presented by the above cast, before a large audience. "VVhat Happened to Jonesw was Written by George Broadhurst. Everything is prepared for the Bishop's arrival but Jones gets mixed up with the Bishop, and the Bishop is taken for an escaped inmate of the sanitarium next door. Everything is very complicated in the Goodly household for a time, but everyone finally gets back to his natural place and "all is Well that ends well." 5 0 as .. L..- ff Q J 51 Qllf sf , v 1" YQ, , ' - Q! I 1 X S1 V 'f r F 4 W ' ' 'I'-QL, bfi: ""- .wwe -' - Q i 'cl :.- A - 'Am ii 5 I' ' 'il lib I "5 ' f A if' ' - ' - " .4 ' ' 'J'-1' 'QR zrvfss.--' ' '-f .:..'- , -1- f - - E azff seff kl-'-i nto A rf-gisesa 6 '5" 1 - - - ' . .U -1 XLJ,,.-gxlwg Y ' 1 Qlfisiff., i ' QL! WJ K .Y S4-K 'lr-'r .1.,.TAxi 4- jk , 'Y-N L A' xgkysfl .tV?T- Ari:-f .. - Q-. -.. --- - - - L'-in 235' 5 1 Q+5"'7'Le"f?"'-'fl-'EF-55" ' . - T H E I 9 3 O P I L O T "There are those who scof at the sehool boy, calling him frivolous and shallow. Yet it was the school boy who sazfl: Faith is bel2e1'mg what you know amt .S'0.HfMARK TVVAIN f f -hilt'-HW'-HW'-ill' rFJa"'FJ.i,-n ww: HELEN BUCK DOROTHY BAUER EVELYN GRONER FAY DELONG Mlss GREEN KATHRYN Poss ELNA HARTMAN GIRL RESERVES Those I n The Picture Are: TNTARION SHEEHE DOROTHY HARTER FILAMENA COLETTA lW1NN1E CIERI MARION SCHUSLER XvEDA SPOHN TVIARGARET SHEEHE E. SCHNECKENBURGER JANE IVIESSIMER GLADYs KOWALSKA DOROTHY MEEKER FREDA HORWITZ HENRIETTA HOOVER JUANITA VVEINERT URSULINE SPOHN OFFICERS FAY DELONG . . ..... . President DOROTHY HARTER Vice-President XTEDA SPOHN . . . Secretary ELNA HARTMAN . . . Treasurer Miss GREEN ........... Faculty Adviser Girl Reserve activities began last Fall with a week end conference at the Boy Scout camp on Seneca Lake. The year's program was planned at that time. At Thanksgiving time the club sent baskets to needy families and at Christmas time they gave a party for poor children. Their activities also included a Penny Circus, picnic suppers and hikes. VVeekly meetings are held to discuss plans and business and short social periods are enjoyed. The girls have taken part in nearly all school enterprises during the year. 9 F w ef- , . , .- A it 52 al A - N .. A 4 4-"f -f C ,f ,, ,H .- I t -G ., 1 -A .2 Q' 'L 1-Q ., ff 'A :iss-' .-st"-Q,- -A -41 -' :awe '. fi ' '+-f -LH - w e .'f"'1gi3:5ag-315.gif -- f 5' M -M T- . 4-Q - L -asf . . -ici, A, T x 1, ' K- , .1-w....k Hf-1:N--- - - Y 1 f ,S7 , - , ,f 4, .W T - H- N.- A .--.A--, ,A f. O, , . ,iw 7.1,-H. . , A .- , , .f Lf .. .-. A-., A- R -.. L' si-21-S - 4. 4-w.2'iFe' f?1""f--f-'ik-4?A ' T H E l 9 3 O P s l. O T " 'Classid-A book which people praise and dorft 7'8Lld.,,iNIARK TWAIN f 1 f K gif A ,f .uw--HW--uw--Ella as . rfg4,Ary,i,1n 4,4444 STANLEY DAY ROBERT RIALONEY FRANCIS RIOCKLER DONALD SEEM ROBERT BROYVN JACK BICKI-'ORD ROBERT BINGHAM ROBERT ROSE GEORGE CRAIG CHARLES SNVAN HI-Y Those I n The Picture A re: WYILLIAM CARPENTER ROBERT :XTNVATER BRUCE YVEALE KENNETH STREETER JAMES BURKE FRANCIS EVANS FREDERICK YYAGSTAFF RICHARD SHOEMAKER ARTHUR MADDEN FORREST REYNOLDS RICHARD THORNTON FOSTER EDMUNDS NORMAN HESS GLOYD KIBIBALL ROBERT BOLGER CHARLES SWIFT GARTH SHOEMAKER F ERDINAND HAASE ROBERT HUTCHINSON ROBERT GERITY OFFICERS LQARTH SHOEMAKER . .... . Presidenl AYALTER XVEISMAN . . . Vice-President CHARLES SXVIFT . . Secretary and Treasurer NYALTER LINDELL . . . Y. M. C. A. Advisor :ANTHONY SFHXVENKLER ........ Faculty Advisor The Elmira Free Academy Hi-Y club has enjoyed one of its most active years, thanks to the co-operation of the members, the Academy and the Central Y. AI. C. A. Wleekly meetings Were held at the "YH and monthly dances, co-ed swimming parties and out-door meetings Were a part of the year's schedule. The members of the club have put into practice the Purpose, Slogan and Objective of their organization not only among themselves, but among the e11tire student body. a if ' I - A -.... -A " 'Q , I , ' V - , . , ' , YQ 1 in is ' U I -,f 'f'. 1- ' K 'AEI'-.1 ,. "'i4 -Q"- JM - H. A . C , J - .. . . 'Ag 3 Q , . "H , J' vig, Ji L. N . , . ' V fa, - L --L- . - Y be-,, vs , 5' ' , ' - ,,,,-fw.,y s, .gli--V- -' - ' ' Q-s,s . x- .." t"' 'N 'if P - Q sf' M, ' gf 5' Q -L X- M .' " K I r 2'-' .. .-. rs. -- i--- - . L - if?-I ff -. fr-w:-PPO f?"""-is - , T H E I 9 3 O P I L O T "Be careless in your dress rf you must, bu! lreep ll filly SOIll.,l-MARK TXVAIN if A , I w--I I--I W'-H w 17 , r MPM--H I I ll H! ll ll N FJ CARMEN MUSTICO WILLIAM BURKE LAWVRENCE MARK RICHARD ALLEY DOUGLAS MACLAUREY GUY DEWEY ROGER MCGRATH RODMAN ROMAYNE JOSEPH CLEARY DUANE BURDIC DANIEL BAKER MANFORD ROSENBECK BIOLOGY CLUB Those In The Picture Are: EDITH SOLOMON HAZEL PIERCE MARGARET WEST EVELYN TERRILL EDNA TERRILL WILMA SMITH MARY FERGUSON KATHLEEN RYAN MARY WEIGLE ISABEL MANSFIELD EDITH SCHORNO HELEN ROSISKI NIARION SCHUSLER LUCILE KIEFFER JANE DUDLEY ANNA LISI CHRISTINE QUATRANO JOHN DELANEY MISS KATRBA RAY OLNEY HARRY FRANTEL ANNA JUSKIO BETTY 0,CONNOR SOPHIA BILGER ROBERT DONAHUE RICHARD MAKIHEMER FRANCES SIERAL OFFICERS JOHN DELIANEY' . ..... . President RAY OLNEY . . . ..... Vice-President HARRY FRANTEL . . . ...... Treasurer MISS SYLVIA KATRBA . . . Faculty Advisor and Organizer The Biology Club was founded at the beginning of the year by Miss Katrba, teacher of biology, for the purpose of fostering a keener interest in the study of the subject. Members of the club were from Miss Katrba's classes, with a few additional students from other biology classes. The club meets once a Week and takes a field trip every two weeks. At the Weekly meetings topics of biological interest are discussed. 9 54 li , -A-W --fuk " , ,L ' gl, , Y, V - .. x , I , 'i v jf V A A A I ' n f l JY' . ,V T. M , . 7 we-f f ire '-'W M: ,Sk ,ga 1 ar. A. 1- A C " - 2' - .-F... 1' -' . A. , .J 1 rf -1- " 12"F37.!.' -Q?-E' ?""". - H- -'-- ,I f 5: gg-.. , -:ig -3-:gi-1'- -gg "',- A sa , ., ." Q, W, d - L - J-f - - ' KAR. JK . Y f V ,M A.-a ixil, -"Wi-OXQWM x-,,i ,xnf Q 3 A xv V wf:4,.,1,,w,'-1:-V xv I -Six cf 'JS l A-E-Q-KX!!-Z L... 1-. -.----- A '- i-?1 -'1'-1-5'?"i"'-1'-':"'-'N " ' --- T H E I 9 3 O P I L O T "It seems to me that it would better become clergymen to teach their flocks to respect the laws of the land, and urge them to refrain from breaking them."-MARK TWAIN :1 I, HW'-HW'-HWNFW rM,4rFJ.1f-ng,-flggr -44-' I ff? if STUDENT COUNCIL Those In The Piciure A re: IDONALD PIAXVKES DIARY lxICCiREEVY FAY BIITFHELL ROBERT lxl,-KLONEY HEIAEN BRITE EDNVINA BUTLER HALsEY CAREY JEANETTE BUTLER RICHARD THORNTON ROBERT GERITY ROsALIE GOULD DOROTHY HUGHES RICHARD SEEM OLOA HOLLANDER IJONALD SEEM RUTII BIORSE - FERDINAND HAAsE OFFICERS DONALD SEEM . ..... . President RUTH lN10RSE . . .... . Vzce-Presidenf IJOROTHY HUOHEs . Secretary FERDINAND HAAsE .......,.. Treasurer The Council has worked ardently throughout the year to make E. F. A. a school of distinction. One of the most outstanding of the many successful projects managed by the Council has been the course of eight assembly speakers that has given the student body much in educational value. Numbered also among the year's accomplishments were several after school dances in the gymnasium and a brilliant carnival in April in which, under the direction of the Student Council and the Senior Class, each school organization participated. In addition the Council made the period of the annual Elmira-Bingo tourney an unusually active time by inaugurat- ing "Bingo Day" and by selling' blue and white pennant stickers along with guaranteed "EU balloons. WA it 54? aff ,Y V ' Y 4 t 1 ., , f V 'f I . ' 'L ., ' ,i lg Q' ' 'A J ' ,3 1, 5 1 'lf f"':'-" -2 - '- ' -' ' 'V fr: 'A A , :, - L ---f ,V . - A - A , - Q 1, , -1-w.- Magi ' s, 111, f-- - - MA ir V N i M-V N Iv , ,xii Y-YS gf I , ,- . - A .5 E - -J A 1-fellfff-W. 1+ if T H E I 9 3 O P I L O T "Professional superiority is not ereryfhzfngg if is only PClTf.n'MARK TWAIN uv- n-.5 I--La , r ,-r r-n ,A , bl ui! il El Hu FJ: IIFJJ THE 44PILOT" STAFF I'i1CHARD'rll0RNTON . STANLEY T. IEAY .... IXIR. :ANTHONY SCIIWENKLER . , Editor-in-Chief . Bus'iness lllanuger . Faculty f1dz'1'ser BVSINESS STAFF FRANCES BENNETT ROBERT BRONVN JOHN HASSETT, JR. NORMAN HEss BEATRICE BI.-SClYAINIARA RUTH BIORSE DORA BIOLTER LITERARY STAFF SANFORD L. BARCUS EVELYN BROOKS NIARGERY ICLLIS XVAYNE BICLALTD AULTA NETTH AYENDALL STEVENS The Year Book staff expresses its appreciation to llr. Parker, iNIr. Schwenkler, Miss Mitt-hell and Bliss Sekol of the faculty for their earnest efforts in behalf of the Year Book. Without their aid it could never have been carried forward to success. Our sincere gratitude is also extended to tlIe following students: James Burke. Donald Hawkes, Ferdinand Haase, Robert Gerity, Garth Sl1061ll2lli6'l', Sally Shulnian. Wie also thank tlIe Redfield studio and the DuBois Press for their part in the production of the PILOT. I 3 , . Q J! it D6 V Ji I v , b ' Ti .. , 0 W I ' i .K I L sf ' F --" ,li .1 I , I .' . Y ' 1 u ' 't ' . ' ' ' -'Q-1, 4. -' 4 4"- . !Le'- -H . . . ,, - -1. -,A 4. - Al. . :" . r X. - . .- - Q. 31. '- 5- , ' ' ,:- 'ig ' if - " 'E' ' , -,,:?5 -- ' I ,-f' --I .,: . , -- 5 Q g?:ff1 7, 5 531 " -" -- --- - - N 1 ' V ,X 2 RW f .5 L ' 'L' ' ' F to-H 'X - K, s' - + -.ia-qTt'1-v, ' L if' fry'-T ,fi L A - --M E. -- 5 7 -ef A' T" -1 - .-. ... -- 1 A 4-Raef' 145---fe . A T H E I 9 3 O P I L O T "A dozen direct censures are easier to bear than one nzorgrzrlflfic comfplimenff'-MARK TWAIN A T H L13 T I C S N5 ,X f X 6 f Q 'J I 35, A 1 4 ,Q -xff. A , N , uf A , B .5 Wi . ,'. 33 7 x 1 - 4 x v . a f .3 Eg?-f W." P: Xl , -9 X5 Q. 3::.. ., ff-: .cw . ', "H A,-. if gl E V. . A .. ., , ,E . 4 K P ,., K' p 1. .,. .Ha .-I K' . ' W if 4.5230 Nl ,J ' 15. 31,7 . Jw f 31 W f H 17' L , , f .. 1.-.57 .Q . fha- sf :ami-Er ish-- ,. -. 44 if wi' 1i'f"w x Li,- 4 f X f . X N , H., L -.,-,,, ,si L: 'N in 49 4' ,L , ,. tiff, Qiqifg . . 1.".' N . 'ar,waL... .f.:f w.ff ' Q-, uri' Q r -'fi"'5'f43f 5-,J-gf me 1 .41, we L1 vig' A 4. .1 'Ri' .4 .rf n mx if 5 .fax , A., ., :Qf f'v,:,f'. f , . -am ' eg . W J.. -J, ,s ., b f, 33-247 V 'fn -pq 'Q -ff f E31 'xg 1 ,,. Q. .n-,- "-: 'JL M. X .1 .4 i 1 .1 x, ' 1 ' V 1, .3., .!, KQV". ':-"sh mules' ZQQEE. , V V , or : 1. -' ' 9' 4,4 ,, . I A 'T 'Z ,gf Q 21.25 ' . gr v ,, ' fax? J' '-Y' ':. , Qj9:'rf s ,f 4 .wwf-., 5 wiv, , , ,V iii-. A pf 'gpg' - .V K Q I N . 1 ,,, 1 ' t f LW--HW'-LW'-LW PM-'AFFJJ-'H af-'HJ' -at :fy 'ic AGN!-is OSBRIEN IIOBERT C. Fox IIULAND GEORGE ARTHUR HIRST WE DEDICATE THIS SECTION OF OUR YEAR BOOK TO MISS AGNES O'BRIEN, ROBERT C. FOX, ROLAND GEORGE, AND ARTHUR HIRST, THE PILOTS OF OUR ATHLETIC DESTINIES. 8 57 I H e,"k'! 11 V 'J' V 'H ' xi" .. . Y , - ,W 'fx -, f , . ,S ff' fl' V- ,N H .-55.4 ,. ,:'--..ew sg -!4:L?g1-5. ..L ,,3k ',51.a-.5 f' 4. 9 l 1L, I .- - A 2, , if ' - - , J .'."'?Ti13t:f f3'2 .:"sE7l'5 g"1':i:'1EfFE5ii' "? ""1 3- " L ...e 1 ---f 1,7 -e - Y- K- 1- - " ' ,, 1-. ..- ---- ravine- 521- - 1 A-4-SEL 1 ff'--'--uilafi-'P-'A - A-I N T H E I 9 3 O P l L O T "It could probably be .vlzmrn by ffzets and figures that there is no zlivtinc-tly natire .-lnzerican crzmmal class except I 'o11gre.vs."-MARK TXYAIN '-W"Hil"-Hilvfilli FHJMFJJ-AH JVAPFJJ -4,1 , 'jj I.- .. L - L L-, LAL L -LW .V .. L, ,, pp N TRACK TEAM Those In The Picture Are: MR. GEORGE DANIEL LEXVIS LEXVIS KNAPP GEORGE CARPENTER EDWW'ARD PETERSON PHILIP FINCH R. SHAPPEE XVENTVVORTH KENNON HENRY PALMERI ARMANDO SHORRA LEON KEETON DANIEL CASSETTA ALDEN GREGCI PAUL HUGHES DONALD GREEN ALEXANDER TURNER DAVID SARNER JOHN MCCORLIAKTK BERNARD HOLSINGER GERALD CUMMINos ROLAND S. GEORGE . . Coach HENRY PALMIERI . . . . Captain LEON KEETON . . . . Mafzager ROBERT DRAPER ......... Assistant lllanager The 1999 Track Team again upheld the honors of E. H. S. during a strenuous season against the greatest High School teams in Central and Southern New York. The first round of the season resulted in a Well earned victory for our comparatively inexperienced track men, when they conquered five High Schools to capture first place at the Johnson City meet in April. The Blue and ivhite Won nearly every event of this meet. The bearers of the HE' next invaded Alfred University, but were less successful there. In the latter part of May, Elmira lost the Binghamton-Elmira dual meet by a small margin, but a week later regained her reputation by taking first place in the New York state section ten meet. Near the end of the season the champion 220 yard relay team was sent to the state contest at Syracuse University and returned with the trophy awarded for second place. 9 A I , Aff.---.AY "JV ,Ii jk a'l A f V A' L ,.- , - . , K I K 1 F- H., ,ii I 1 I .544 ,. . A I -. .A sg L - 1, E L e..-,-.g?i5+2l,, 'sh ,Magi I-, U. Pe! nf I H- .lk L4 ' A --E ,q"-- , ' f -7-'M -5-1-1-'f '- ' - ' - .- - .. - A , r, - L - .L-Y ., . ' 1 4-A A , K 1, ..... A.. -- A--- v '7.r1'-E'.iSr- air?-E' -A --. A-1:-"1 E -'tae'-ffe'-itif? .- T H E I 9 3 0 P 1 L O T "I have no' prejudice against apologies. I irust I shallnerer withhold one when it is due." -MARK TWVAIN 1 R f uw -uw--sw--LW FHJf'FFJJ"H'll N4 S4S?jTfT i Q.. Q C32 FOOTBALL Those On The Team lVere: ALLEN GREENE BIURTAUGH BALTZ ITA.-'RSE PALMIERI BOTNICK HASSETT PUNZO BRENZO HALLORAN REED BROWN HUTCIIINSON RIEDY CARD KNAPP SHAPPEE CAROZZA LEYVIS SWIFT CASSETTA LONG VVAKELY DAY LICCORMACK XVOODVVARD FREDERICK BIURPHY VVRONKOSKI . . . . Coach Capiain KENNETH BIILLER . ..... . Manager SCHEDULE E. H. S. . . 19 Athens . . E. H. S. . 45 Norwich . E. H. S. . 33 Corning . E. H. S. . Q6 Blasten Park E. H. S. 7 Binghamton E. H. S. . 50 Cortland . E. H. S. . 6 Endicott . E. H. S. . . . Q4 Eastwood . . 9 r ff Jen. :Y N it . " 09 i ' I ' T l' 4 " ELL., .1-'Le' . I , J - i-.. -. . - J. " P " . ' A' 4 A N: .kg ,KV 1 .T L, - .L N . . - -,.V-H A- 3 S T H E I 9 3 O P I L O T "From every impulse whether good or evil flow two streams: the one carries health the other carries poison?-MARK TWAIN f.'f1.5, .gw--M!--.MH--LW fHJf'FFJJ-4H lfffll FOOTBALL SEASON On Thanksgiving Day the Elmira High School eleven brought to a finish a brilliant gridiron season, having lost only one of the eight contests played. Although losing the Southern Tier championship the local team proved itself one of the most powerful aggre- gations in the state. Elmirais ancient rival, Binghamton, was awarded the conference honors, but the E. H. S. eleven proved far superior to the parlor city warriors in the seasonis classic played at Binghamton, October 26. Elmira, Union-Endicott and Binghamton each suffered one set back in their conference schedule, Binghamton losing to E. H. S., U-E loosing to Binghamton and Elmira loosing to U-E. Because Binghamton participated in one more conference tilt than U-E and Elmira, they were awarded the title although the extra game was against a weak team and did nothing to prove the strength of the Dark Blue and VVhite. The local team entered the U-E game badly crippled. Donald Green, one of the out- standing broken field runners of the state, was declared ineligible, because four years before, he had played less than two full quarters, with the Sayre eleven. "Al,' Frederick, local quarter, was nursing a crippled right wrist and John McCormack, who was badly needed in the back field was barred from the contest by U-E officials, because, through an error, his name had been omitted from the list of eligible players. Coach Hirst and Principal F. R. Parker, vouched for McCormack's eligibility, but to no avail. This conduct was deemed unsportsmanlike by the E. H. S. Athletic Council, and athletic relations with U-E were severed indefinitely. Athens was the first team to fall before the locals. Coach Hirst took things easy in the game but the final score was E. H. S. 19-Athens 0. Norwich, victory number two, was Elmira's first Conference opponent. Having perfected some of the defects noticeable in the initial encounter, the Hirstmen won 44-12. In a one sided contest Corning Free Academy fell, 33 to 0. The Fosdick-Masten Park eleven of Buffalo, which was the only team to tie the Elmira champs in 1928 was defeated by a speedy attack 2645. In the second conference contest the local warriors played a stellar brand of football to whip Binghamton 7 to 0. This was the first game that Greene was barred from. Cortland, a new opponent of the Hirstmen, was smothered under a 50 to 6 score. In a game which is still the topic of discussion the crippled Elmirians lost to Orange and Black of U-E, GA7. Thanksgiving the locals finished the season with a 20e0 victory over Eastwood High of Syracuse. Motion pictures were taken of this game and shown in a local theater. The power of the Blue and White is clearly sh own in the scoring column. The locals played the four best teams in the Southern Tier and scored 108 points against them or an average of 27 points per game. Binghamton, playing five teams only scored 91 points, an average of 18 points per game. Not enough credit can be given Coach Hirst for the record made by his team. "Andy,, faced several hard problems and met each to the best of his ability and in a manner which inspired confidence in the team and in the spectators. The popular "Benny" Botnick was elected captain for the 1930 season by his team mates, following the game with Eastwood High on Thanksgiving Day. Q 60 N E W - .C W-. ' ' MH avi, , , V ' , .4 ' - T ' ', I V- Q A 1 f ., ff' , , ' x .I .. . I: In ' J. 1 5 xi .-,MJ-L - ,A Q 'I Q, ,,-- 'J gg K V .1114 I. ' Lg 4 -. . ..hl' :Eng - -I -J-5. --f-QL -3-Q.. -4 .9 1 '. , 3 -:P H, 'h- -wr -L . -6- - w f-Mig, , O I -. , a , --- -.. -M M . 5,-I 5 V V.- 1 - , Y :ML A A ' - L - .sf - . 'Y KA., .JK . K sf H -Va: D"QLT". - - Q., X , 1 -A vfik. - X -Y X- ' 'B 'N T-SP - 'T - -JA 1 3 E1 Ag5,.g,,.,E.,....,, ig 5 as T H E I 9 3 O P I L O T "I detest early T71-Y7:71g.,,'MARK TWAIN 4, A ,m f Q LW--uw--LL'lH--LL!! IIWAHFJJ-AH 4 -FJJ BOYS' VARSITY BASKETBALL Those On The Team Were: CAROZZA LAGONEGRO CASSETTA OGRODOWSKI GREENE PALTROWITZ JONES SHORRA KNAPP SNYDER ARTHUR HIRST ........ . . . Coach LoU1s PALTROWITZ, FRANK CAROZZA . Captains elect IRVING ROSENBLOOM ....., . Manager SCHEDULE E. H. S. . . 15 Heights E. H. S. . . 29 Cortland . E. H. S. . , 48 Ithaca . E. H. S. . . Q9 Auburn . E. H. S. . . Q3 Binghamton E. H. S. . . 48 Norwich . E. H. S. . . 43 Norwich . E. H. S. . . 34 Cortland . E. H. S. . . Q0 Auburn E. H. S. . . Q8 Corning . E. H. S. . . 44 Ithaca . . E. H. S. . . 24 Heights . E. H. S. . . . . . Q6 Binghamton P . 9 if fi- v LWB-T' TT it it ,Q 61 L Jr' ' A' V Jr" k Q lr.. If ,NI ,bl Q -,' !A. '-LALA-Li-:-1---QA' I - 1 K :Av .. 1 .- ' A I A ' 7 ef,' f12.g,xfff J L 'J' ' L ' tru T' ' .fg - a n E' .. .-.4-E.f,,H 1? .fx 1 '..,' -c'44.--ik' f , if T H E I 9 3 o P n L o T "HaU the results of a good intention are evilg haU the results rj an evil intention are qood -MARK TV! RIN fc! . . . , . , uw -uw .iw -LW pm, rm' H if PM BASKETBALL SEASON Coach Arthur Hirstis initial call for Varsity basketball was answered by thirty-five young hopefuls on the eve of December 4. The majority of the team was built from inexperienced material because most of last season's regulars were lost by graduation. It took the Elmira Heights aggregation to teach the Blue and VVhite its first lesson, but Elmira learned quickly and in turn taught the Cortland five a few tricks of the trade, by a Q9 to Q1 victory. Ithaca, the next opponent of the Hirstmen, was allowed but 15 points while the Elmira cagers collected 48 tallies. And thus the season rolled on and the Blue and VVhite banner was lifted higher in League 'leadership by a snappy victory over the Auburn courtsters. However, our ancient rival, Binghamton, stemmed the tide of victory by a brilliant conquest on January Q4. The quintet from Norwich was disappointed on two consecutive occasions, as was also the Cortland five. Elmira repaid the visit of Auburn, but lost perhaps the most sensational conflict of the season in the last half minute of play. Corning, Ithaca and Elmira Heights High Schools, were respectively defeated by the wearers of the E. but Bingo repeated her victory on her own court. Thus the season ended with Elmira winning eight contests and dropping but four games. When the reign of King Basketball gave way to the "lNIonarch of the Moundi' it was found that Art Shorra had amassed a total of 116 points-quite enough to lead the team and the league. Brussie Ogrodowski claimed runner-up honors, Ambrose beseiged the loops and was willed no less than 83 points. Frank Carozza, co-captain elect, followed Ogrodowski. Frank stole a sum of 66 counters from the singing circles. Paltrowitz and Greenealong with Ogrodowski made a grand total of 187 points, while the remainder of the team were responsible for some Q06 counts. The season was a successful one in every way and students of Elmira Free Academy are proud of this year's team and the splendid record they made. 9 ---- ip., 62 ,, 0 Lf, V r. C 1 H Wi LTA -.JKT -1. 1 - x V-A. . " L..-,g, Q H U A i f 1 -A ,E rg 1 , .J 'EM AL: it 4 '29 1 - - fl ? 5? Q--. -4 -.. - ' 1n"'V 5 Y ii-my I3 gn """1iC-'T Sixty'-if CSL!" 'V Q is T H E I 9 3 O P I L O T "Truth is the most valuable thing we have. Let us economize 1if.,,'-MARK TWAIN J, .uw--iw--uw--Mn rH,4,Ar!J.1-An 1 -M GIRLS, VARSITY BASKETBALL T 11036 U11 The T611111 Hfcre: LEONA PALTROWITZ JANET KIBIBALIT CATHERINE NIKON XYIYIAN I,ALE BIARGARET IQELLY BERNICE SMITH IRENE SXVEENY FR.xN1'Es STEVENS Cc1RNEL1A FORRI-is DOIIA 1h'1OLTER Bliss AGNES 0'I3R1EN LEONA PALTRONYITZ . RKJSPIBIJXRX' SHEI-IIIE . . . . . SFHEDITLIC E. H. S. . . 17 Heights E. H. S. . . 32 XYRIYGFIY . E. H. S. . . H1 H. H. S. .XIUIIIIIZIQ E. H. S. . . Ili fook . . E. H. S. . . Q2 Corning E. H. S. . , Q-L XY2ltkiI1S E. H. S. . . Q3 Heights E. H. S. . . . . . 26 Uwego E. H. S .......,. 9 NYz1tkins . INIARJURIE HITRITPIX' BI,-XRY BRETT JUNE ANDERSON JITLIA IDEFILIPPO HELEN CANTOR . F0111-I1 . C'11pI111'11 . JIa11r1g6r The E. H. S. lassies have finished El very SllCl'9SSflll season, liavirig niet some of the best teams in this section and with seven Vic-tories out of the nine games played. Bluch credit for the success of the team is due Bliss Agues fylgI'l0ll who ac-ted as their c-oar-li. o 9 1 . fl .f .v L QL 63 ,XL v , U x . " 1 ' -vi, 'L " 1' - f u ' .9 f' ' ,, --., ' u- es'--3 - . f, -1 -. ..- L 11 :M 1 'V-. - -, 1 - I .0 if V I 655 - ' . - A Lg-'.'?'--'M .-5 -1 ,..- H-i " ' , L V -. Y . , H . ... I . .1 ,, . , I ,, . '- , qftlw. A i.: , ,L .1 .A ir-- , - , E' ff ..,..E ig ,,' J L L .f-.df E.-4--..-,if f . ' H E I 9 3 O F3 l L O T "1f1'c'ryfhi11g lllllllllll is pr1fl101'1'r'. The secret sourec Qf Hzlmor 1'f.vcU is 1111! joy but .vorr111v. There IS no 1111111111 in Hef11'c11."-MARK TNVAIN .49 . Li ni gi 1 YA 74 7.4 V LW HW gg!! MH PM PM Ha FFJJ FRESHMAN INTERCLASS BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS Those In The Pidzlre .-Ire: SANFORD IEARCITS EDGAR SEBRING JOSEPH CHRISTASTIE SAMUEL BOTNICK JOHN DANAHER JOSEPH GRAHAM LEONARD LELJEDAL KENNETH FORBES JULIUS LEWVIS SANFORD WVINNMK ROBERT FOX ROBERT C. FOX ...,.., . Coach JOSEPH GRAHAM . ...,.J Uapfain JULIUS LEXVIS . . ...,.. Manager SANFORD BARCUS ...... Manager I nterc'las.e Basketball Following Are the League Standings Team XYOII Lost Per cent Freshmen . ...e.... 6 1 .857 Juniors . 4 3 .575 Seniors ........,..., 4 3 .575 Sophomores ............ 0 7 .000 The basketball team representing the Freshman class was victorious over the three upper class teams, this year for the first time in the history of inter-Class basketball in the Academy. The frosh team easily Won the first round of the circuit, but in the sez-ond round tied with the Juniors for first place. In the third round the Freshman defeated the three older teams, Winning six games altogether and loosing but 0119. The team was I-oaehed by hir. Robert Fox. Unusually large audiences witnessed the games this season. i 1 ,... 13, , QL 64, .l , V . . ' 'w,'Q,, -"1 .L'-- New- -5 - ., .- -asia-L1 -.4 -. - AL ., :" P nl 1 n fl I 1' ' , L , N , Pix? X74 b dk' kwa: W ., Y J L1 V A ip V X K ,Q F up lv - V-Al-. 1 li' V I ,iv Y' Sty-fl .KV Z: L - ,- .-. ' - ...W e -1 A fQw-li"i"e'fi':"--'s'1li?L'Ke- fe- T H E I 9 3 o sv I L O T "We should know flzaf a11y.s-frange and lnuch-falkefl-of event is always followed by imitatorsf' -MARK TWAIN X f 1'hfQEh'f 1.551--umw--uL!H--LW . rmf"FJ.:,4n 4 'Mu BASEBALL Those In The Picture Are: FERRIS 0,BRIEN CQREENE REARDON O,LEARY OGRODOWSKI HALLIDAY GELL CASSETTA O,DONNELL WESER MACK UPDYKE GRIFFIS MCCARTHY, JOE RUFFNER ALLEN LAGONEGRO SMITH NICCARTHY BULAS BAZZETT BOTNICK PALTROVVITZ BARCUS MOOKLER OLIVEY HAWKES MCCORMACK SHAPPEE MR. SCHVVENKLER SHEEHAN A. A. SCHVVENKLER ...,.. . Coach JOSEPH MCUCARTHH' . . Captain DONALD HAWKES . Manager ROBERT FERRIS . lllanager SANFORD BARCUS . . . . Assistant Manager E. H. S. . 15 Ithaca . . 20 E H. 7 Binghamton E. H. S. . 10 E. H. H. S. 17 E H. 9 C. F. A. . E. H. S. . 6 Binghamton 5 E H. 6 Union-Endicot E. H. S. . 5 N. Y. S. R. 6 E H. 12 C. F. A. . E. H. S. . 9 Union-Endicott 3 E H 18 E. H. H. S. E. H. S. . 19 W. A. C. . 3 E H 7 Ithaca . . E. H. . 6 N. Y. S. 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U Nam-L Uv, , , H , A, ' ' ' - " ' ' H 15'E-'iIfI'f'f"."'v1t-?V2fw.-v 2..V3!.V, QV- 1 -V . , V .. . V1 V , -n-1. Vmgh. 55,534 ,V,7',.HQp4iV5V2Y.Q. A HONOR STUDENTS, CLASS OF '29 The Academy is proud of the honor students of the class of '29, The standing of her students in state and national records has always been high, but the year just passed proved an exceptional one. The eighteen students had an average mark of 92.329, led by Miss Rhonda King With a mark of 96.90. 1 Rhonda G. King Mary V. Hoy Edna L. Hicks Leanore Tatelbaum Bernard J. Lenegun Llarion E, Levine l I James A. Mark Charles D. Agan Joseph E. Holly Leon B. Keeton , I v fi e 1 1 '. :B ' , E .yali -' f Va v Z it V Pauline D. Dickinson Anna Marie Cieri Alice Gregg John V. Nlcfarthy 67 James John Digby Anthony Strozinski Helen Featherman Joseph C. Shiefen D "M an will do many things to get himself loved, he will do all these things to get himseU envierlf, -MA RK TYVAIN X ,f hmH"Hm!"hm!-:SMH fNJr4HJ,,4H lr4NJ -'aj . SCHOOL KALENDAR Sept. 5-Beautiful drawing of Mount Everest presented to eyes of students at opening of Vindex campaign. Nov. 7-Second five weeks test period. Report that detectives have been employed to investigate altera- tions made by students before home receipt of cards. no Santa Claus Sept. 6-"Don" Seem first noticed Janet Kimball. Sept. 9-Meg and Garth had fourth fight. Sept. 10-Binghamton classed as H50 miles east of Elmira." Beat Bingo! Nor. 15-Robert Bruce s picture appeared ln Nindex Sister inspired to greater ss ork Nor. I7-Freshman boldly tells Senior that there am t Sept. 11-Girls had argument over which had best coat of tan. Sept. 13-Banjo club organized. Now for a Knapp. Sept. 15?-"Danny" Lewis had swell time on merry-go- round at fair. Sept. 19-Miss Godfrey announced only eight book reviews this year. Nurse rhymes and Nick Carter still barred. Sept. Q3-First meeting of Senior class held. Such a noble looking group never before organized. Sept. Q5-Maloney says he's going to keep beesg he's been stung so much he won't mind it. Sept. 27-"Cal" Venator and "Mac" Arony win Vindex 'fPop" contest. Sept. 30-Dick Thornton surprised his friends by getting a hair cut. Oct. 1-Gym instructor forms girls' soccer team. Vindex Sport Editor says "Girls are going to get a break." Oct. 5-Ted WYronkoski's face looks as though it had been stepped on. The football season has begun. I Oct. 6-The English class learns that a "dogma" isn't a female dog with pups. Oct. 9-Mrs. Smith speaks in assembly, discussing Rudy Vallee. Oct. 10-Results of Hi-Y initiation displayed at school. Oct. 11-Sixth issue of Vindex published. Oct. 15-Students had privilege of knowing number of subjects flunked during first five weeks. Oct. 16-Members of Senior class announce their marks from 94 to 96, reversed. Oct. 17-Shoe's car looks like Noah's Ark about 12:10. Oct. 18-Forty more days of school before Christmas. The boys are hunting "part time" jobs. Oct. Q1-Vanffampen is a real Boy Scout. He does his good turn every day. Oct. 26-Elmira beats Bingo at Squashville Flatsf-new field. Oct. 27-Fred Viiagstafi' says he can't get Teed's ring od' his finger, but she's from Missouri. Oct. Q8-Great excitement. Mrs. Deuel is seen chewing gum. Oct. 30-Vindex dances in the gym. VVhere, oh, where are the boys. Oct. 31-Exceptional singing heard in halls at Hi-Y dance, nearly drowns out orchestra. Nov. 1-Entire faculty sent to Binghamton. Students celebrate at local theatres. Nor. 19-Pupils of Academy enjoy reading letters from "Benny" Holsinger and Louis Hughes Cfontents censoredj. Nor. 20-It was decided to break relations with If E. High School, as result of failure on part of ll. E. "beauties" to attend home games. Nor. 21-Teachers compliment students by asking for assembly donations. Freshmen respond with huge sum. N or. Q5wSanford Bancus threatens to write a story of his life for Vindex. Sales mount. Nor. Q8-Gobble! Gobble! Dec. 1--alt won't be long now," clever lad remarks. Dec. 3-First bottle appears in academy halls. It's bril- liantine that Bob Wakely damps down his curls with. Duc. .4-The Domestic Science class had its first lesson in making "kisses." Six boys have already demanded proof. Dec. 5-Vindex stad occupies bald-headed row at Colonial. Dec. 14-VVho knows the author of "The Red Pimplef' Dec. 16-Only eight more shopping days until Christ- mas. Vanity case stock rapidly diminishing. Dec. 18-James WVagstaH' annexes a new girl. Swift says he should have waited a week. Dcc. 19-Miss Kellogg gives Stewart VVatts 95 in French. Mother swoons when she hears news. Dec. Q1-Masquers play a howling success. Experienced cast portrays love theme. Dec. QQ-Last day of school before Christmas vacation. Vindex out in appropriate color Cgreenj. Assembly. Dec. Q3-Students plan long period of rest and home work. J an. Q-Students back to school to get rested and find out what they were supposed to study during vacation. Jan. 10-Fran Bennett fails to find anyone in her car waiting for a ride. Jan. 11?-Absent on account of illness, indicates the orchestra played too long last night. Jan. 1,5-Bob, Dick and Harry are eating yeast cakes. They start washing with Palmolive soap next week. J an. Q0-Regents start. Prayers ascend to Heaven, birches should descend on pants. Jan. Q7-140 January Frosh increase total enrollment to 1350. Fountains turned off. Jan. Q8-Student council discusses need of order in halls. Signs posted for guidance of Freshmen. 0 F . i 'F Lac- - 68 cl . . r V v H 1-51 H fx., r I T 1, Uv , :"4 As? lv ' . . , - ' -g' 4? - 1- -L-, I. , f" ' 9 ' 1 - 2- 'f e 2-.-f::f-ff '-f2? f-f:2jsff 2f f1'--f -Q- 4'- I 'N .f-1f-'s--- - ' . I " -' .25-I:-f', J 'L . 'W ' ' A--A , - f' - 1 1 .' V . fx ,, L - J., . . - cc, ,J-H . A K, W, ,fx-mick, ' ' "X-I--'N:.f?'V--'e' 1 Q n ff4.XY V ,K V x , . Fx 5 V fy P '---fl --- -'H4 aff..-fr' f , LM- 1- -..,i4.4., -'-f' 1 as .. 1- -- V--- Y- 'avi' -' -. -wr-'ft af --- 'EER-+ ""-L T H E I 9 3 0 P i L. 0 T .- V! Q 37 X L' fl .mf ,454 ' 4 ,Zvi Af L H--HW'-L H--L n -7 1 r .4 J-'H V-f 4 SCHOOL KALENDAR-Continued Feb. 1-Vindex explains reason for friendship between Mr. Schwenkler and John McCormack. Feb. 3-The Cub Reporter says the new long skirts are hard on the "stair gazersf' Feb. 7-Benny says Ethyl is the thing for motoring. Lots of pep. Feb. 8-Don Hawkes talks about love in his sleep. His young brother hears him mention names of Marjorie McLeod, and Harriet Kellogg. Feb. 9-E. F. A. has voted to consult Bob Bush, meteor- ologist before taking girl out riding in the rumble seat. Feb. 10-Loaned or given away, a fraternity pin. No questions asked unless returned. Feb. 11-Fritz Haase sings "All That I'm Asking is Sympathy," for "I Can't Give You Anything but Lovef, Feb. 12-Eighth after school dance held in Gym, with two orchestras playing. Feb. 13-VVhen Long starts singing his hearers hope it thunders long enough to give a single session. Feb. 14-"To my love" day. Everything was all right until the girls began comparing notes on the valen- tines they received. Feb. 16-Prof. Cady held responsible for misdemeanor. Teaches that like bodies attract like bodies. Red Wipfier conducts experiments. Feb. 21-Prin. Parker and daughter sail for Bahamas. School students regret inability to accompany them. Feb. Q3-Tom Kelly swears off girls and movies, forever. Feb. 2.5-Kelly falls in love with a girl at the Regent theatre. Feb. Q8-Boys' Debate team, applauds visiting oralists. Mar. 1-McGredy says he got lame arm playing base- ball, but Dot Davis refuses to confirm or comment. M ar. 3--Parking places already at a premium on Ban- croft Road or at Roricks Glen. Mar. 7-Masquers hop, skip and jump at temple, Curley Johnson furnishes inspiration. Mar. 12-Charles Paddock speaks at assembly. Girls besiege him. Mar. 14-If you haven't inspected Benny Botnickis picture machine, don't. Mar. 21-Grand and Glorious Senior Ball-Great work, Bob. Apr. 4-Spring carnival. VVonder where Mary McGree- vy Cpalmistl learned to hold hands. KI' A pr. 11-Art Shorra made 116 points during the basket- ball season. Atta boy, Art! Apr. 14-Blue and white baseball team starts practice. The next Pilot will have more to say about them. Apr. 15-Howie Haskell has an attack of Spring fever or love. A pr. 16-Bob Wakely is now launched on his career as a boxer. Apr. 17-Forum welcomes eight new members and academy immediately declares a ten days' vacation. Apr. Q1-Vacation going full blast. Spring in air causes increased interest in bird study and singing of love songs. Apr. Q9-Walt Weisman says that some of the New York shows bare - ly surpassed Keeney's. Apr. 30-When Hassett sings "Let Me Call You Sweet- heart" he expects a stampede in Room 16. .May 1-Fran Mockler was asked to write six reasons why boys like E. F. A. He wrote "Marion Lynch" six times. May Q-Helen Bruce says she's heard "1 Love You, Believe Me 1 Love You" too many times. May 3-Gladys Smith sues John Colgan for breach of promise. He proposed to her on April 1, before several reliable witnesses. May 5-Work on Year Book was begun. M ay 6-Why boys leave home-Marion Shaughnessey is a picture fan. .ll ay 7-Maloney expects to keep the camp fires burn- ing at Camp Seneca this summer. .11 ay 8-Butterfly Swift announces that he would go out for track if he could train on "loganberries" and "fluff" sundaes. .11 ay 9-Junior Prom. Study classes in astronomy popular. May 10-Business condition show great improvement Girls of Senior class are buying white dresses for class day. May 11-E.F.A. girls reverse the rule. They walk out and come back in a Pierce-Arrow. .Way IQ-If you notice an improvement in the harmony of Hi-Y songs ask Bob Gerity and Jummie Burke about it. 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HAVE A DEFINITE GOAL! Hitch your wagon to a starg set up a shining example for yourself and then come just as near it as you can. We ought to feel the same way about our Interest Accounts. We ought to set a high mark for them and then endeavor to reach that mark by steady, regular attention. elf CHUMUNG CANAL TRUST Co. ELMIRA, N. Y. '71 INTERNATIONAL MOTOR TRUCKS Are fbe .rmmfmfd by which atlzem are judged Material Standards are as Im- portant as Educationa1Standards. You can find a proper sized truck to meet your every need in the INTERNATIONAL TRUCK M to 5 Tons Q3 INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER COMPANY OF AMERICA 656 State St. COTTAGE DOUGHNUTS at BARNARD'S fbi'-I 133 East Water Street JOHN H. DRAKE jEWELER eo: 144 EAST WATER ST. U17'f0'D6Zf6j61U6l7Q' Complimentf of H. STRAUSS 7.0S-LO7 E. WATER ST. 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