Englewood Boys School - Yearbook (Englewood, NJ)

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The 1950 Blue and White VOLUME VII PUBLISHED BY TI-IE STUDENTS ENGLEWOOD SCHOOL ENGLEWOOD, NEW JERSEY 4 J: fl ,H Q. fn... 5,1 'R ...1 T- A fw- s ' ' X -fi ' ,ag - 2353'- ', fr! " fir . . 5? 55 L9 fy V A :EA W- 5135- Qs-w5 ,'41 N X V x Q . W - " S .44 in Dedication We proudly dedicate this issue of the BLUE AND WHITE to Mr. Fred Hutchins. Through his understanding and generous guidance he has taught us all to be better men. His work as Dramatic Club Director and Intermediate School Principal has always been important, but he has never asked acclaimg his modesty has won him the devotion of students and faculty alike. DMINISTRATIO ENGLEWOOD BOYS' SCHOOL FOUNDATION, INC. lllli ,A ig Y a .H N i . ,N gr gf? El, Left tnrght Dw1gl1tS Beebe Frank H Hall Secretan Dr Vlalter Phrllrps Iresrdent Vlrlllam S DuBo1s Treasurer Rlchardj Eckart TRUSTEES Rlchard Eclxart George Pert Herbert VK I albot I homas Nolan Xkllllldm S DuBo1s VV1ll1am Alford Eduard S Bronkle Rufus Choate Rlchard de L1 Chapelle Douglas F C l:l1ot Vmcent Farmer RM P Foote Ames Ir Lawrenee Preswlent Fzrst V1ce Preszdent Vrce Preszdent Secretary Treasurer Franlx H lXIcClo5lxeV Amee A Nlrtchell Leum D Mourx r Qhrrles C Parlm VVr1ght Iausslg Ilenry A Ihem xxllllllm D Tlclmor 'Xldxslmll L Umpleby I-IEADMASTER S OFFICE I, If, V. F , ,."'4,VQ, 2 7?f':'1f 1' fr ?.?.'::f1 I . MR. UMPLEBY MRS. HUBER MISS HUTZELMAN I-IEADMASTER MR. MARSHALL L. UMPLEBY First row: Drake, Metzger, Huber, Umpleby, McExx'en, Beaumont, Hutchins Sec nd rou Root, Hurst, Tozer, Hicks, YVerrenrath. lllingworth, Hansalpaker, Vllard. Herbert Wlatson lllingworth Mrs. XV. L. McEwen Albert L. Metzger Rev. james A. Mitchell Vllilliam R. Root Eliot Franklin Tozer, jr. james L. XVard George ll. Werrenraith Edmund B. Beaumont XVilliam H. Clark Wlilliam Coburn Oliver D. Drake Bert G. Hansalpaker 1. Fred Hicks Charles H. Hurst Fred B. Hutchins 10 EDMUND BUTLER BEAUMONT 170 Sherwood Place Englewood N Mathemancs Sczence Xalt 'NYU Columbla AB at Yale 1928 Enttrtd Englewood School m 1928 Asslstant Headmaster faculty aduser to the Spectator Head of Upper School Llbrarv taculty member of the Honor Board VV1LL1AlNl ,lAlVlES COBURN S2 Dwlght Place Englewood Y Muszc X11Llllgdl'l State College AB Eastman School ol Nluslc A M Taught at Ithaca Hrgh School and Lansmg Hlgh School Entcred Englewood School m 1949 OLIVER D DRAKE Bow 197 RF D 1 Ramsex N Mathematlcs Enghsla Readmg Sczence S0cmlStud1es Huszc Art Attended Tusculum College Drew Unnersltx LOlUmbld Paterson State Teachers College A B at Drew Unwersxtx Taught at the New ton School Entered Englewood School IH 1936 Prmcrpal of the Low er School Organrzed the Bxrd Club the Com Club the Photography Club Member ot the Local Hrstorx Club VVILLIAM HAYWARD CLARK 534 West ll-hh St New York 1X Y Latm AB at Prmccton attendlng Columbla Taught at Romford School Berkshlrc School Admrral Farragut and Lawrenceulle Entered Englewood School ln 1949 Faculty member ot the Honor Board 7 1 , . . . 1 - 1 , . . 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BERT CARDNER IIANSALP-XKER 168 Euclld Axenue I11t1tens.1tL N qzxtlz Crude Boston Unxursm Columbm Uno ersm Xen York Unn ersltx Nux ,lersex Teachlng Cern hcate Entered Engluxood School 1n 1942 CHARLES RAYMOND HURSI' V1 elrmus Lane lllllsdalc N llatlzenzams Quencc Attended tht Cnlorddo School ol Xlmts md drs 11111 AB tt tht Unncrsltx of Nortm Ldrolmd laught at Christ Scholl Xlcrccrs burg Atddum md Cdrtcrtt Entcrtd Engluxoocl School ln 1948 Loach ot IX Football 1 FRED HIQKS 530 Brolcl Axcnuc Englewood Y llztslcal Edztcntzon Formcrlx Dxrcctor ot Athlettcs at Great Neck Preparatorx School and at tht Beaur Countrx Dax School Entered Engluxootl School ln 19-13 Head Coach XAISIIX Bdskctball IRED BARKER 11U ICHINS 776 Ch ISL Xxcnuc North Lwcrton Rhode lilancl EHQIISI1 Rhoclc Island Qollcgc ot Education EDB Tlught at the xxllbul' School Xvcstcrlx unlor Hrgh School Nlacliurnu Summcr School Entcrtl Englux nd Sth 1 ln 1946 IJITLLIUI' ol tht 'lccn tgc Book Club Ftcultx Aduscr t tht Drfmlntlu Klub llmclpil 1 tht ntcr mulmtt School 11 X 1 . .1 4. , , f I ' 1 ft 7 L L . x ' y . 2 ,, , Y 1 .' , 1 . 1 ' y 1 , J, x V- I J , '. , ' . ,, I, , . . 1.7 A . 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', 'I ,,, V ' ' -a ' , . 2' 1' 'jf o -. .. 9 'A l ' f .V 10 'IM f - . w , , I J V 1 U21 HERBERT WATSOIX ILLHNGVVORTH V1er1mus Road VVoodc11ff Lalte N Fourth Grade Xttendcd Kansas V1 eilexan V1 ashmgton Uni xersitx AB Taught at V1 ashmgton Ummm t Xlarissa High School Xlarissa Illinois Tailor School for Boxs St Louis N10 Entered Engleuood School in 19-19 Director ALBERT LACY METZGER 87 Floral Terrace Tenaflx Xl illatlzematzcs and History Attcndcd Dartmouth AB Prmceton AM Taught at Princeton High School and Rutgcrs Unixcrsity Entered Englewood School in 1929 Facultw Supcrusor ot the Student Council the Spectator and Public Speaklng MRS VV L MCEVK EN Yvillou Street V1 oodcliff Lalte N loner Sclzool Lrbrarmn Fourth and Fifth Crude Notatzon tht Wilrningt n Xlusic School in Delaware Entered Engleuood School in 19-19 REVEREND '1AlXlES A MITCHELL 130 VV1nthrop Place Englcwood N literature of the Bzlale Attcndnd Trinitw College A B Yale University A M X irgmia Theological Seminary B D Taught at St ohns University Shanghai Lhma Virginia Seminary Alexandria Vlrginia Entered Englewood School in 1949 11 1 1 Y- 1 1 , IR. x ' , . 7 v ' v , 1 I 7 I I 'I '-. T e 'V HAI., . ..l V ' I I, ' ,v ,' 1 ' lv A ' T R 7 1 . I 1 l . of the Lower School Railroad Club. Attended Curtis Institute of Music. Taught at ,. , . . ' mi . I ' . ' " . .A 1, L G f , , T - A ' y ' y h .3 7' - ', ' , ' y . I Q ' ' 1 ' 'y ' XVILLIANI RAYMOlND ROOT 390 XVash1ngton Avenue Brooltlxn New York Fzfth Grade Attcndcd Columb1a AB Taught at St Ber nards Prcparatorx School the Lawrance Smrth School the Brownmg School and the Kmgs wood School Entered Englewood School rn 1948 'IAMES LUTHER WARD 30 Treadwell Avenue New Mrlford Conn Php szcal Educatwn Attended Alabama Polytechnrcal lnstltute BS New Xork Umxersrty, AM Taught at Ala bama Polwtechmcal Instttute, Yew' York Um xeralty, St Thomas School Entered Englewood School rn 1934 Head Coach Varsrty Football and Baseball ELIOT FRANKLIN TOZER In 14 VVe5t 603d Street Orangeburg N Y Senzor Englzslz Attended Bowdoln College BS Columbra Entered Englewood School rn 1949 Facultw Aduser to the Blue and VK hlte GEORGE HANS VVERRENRATI-I 240 Lrnden Lawn Xpartments East Palrsade Menue Englewood N French Spanzsh Atttendcd Dartmouth AB Nllddlebury College French Summer School A NI Taught at the Park School Culxer Nlrlrtarw Academv North wood School, Taft School, The Hill School Entered Englewood School ln 1949 1:13 - .Q ,. 2 . , . T , L . . Y ' 1 f 1 , 'l V UH1X'EfS1lf',A.Al. . " 7 ' ' I , , - 1 v ' TF ' X 1 t , , A, , ., 1 . Y V , u . 1. T 7 ' J , . ' . f , . -1. , ' - , A .. . ' ' y ' '9 ' ' Y ' A .' ' .y - ' X George De La Haxe XI AINTEN XNCE STAFF U41 CUSTGDIAL STAFF Um Talbot DICEICIHD Peter Qumn Bea De La Hase Nora Qumn RITCHEN ST XFF 4 ns:-u-nl 'D . A T' I 7 ' T , K . ' 'rf W ' A W V T Y 4 7 . ' ! X ' 3 5 fx xxx XX T. .Y TYTTT I V fx f T ,. adv! K L g 1 X . X4 N SE IORS I 5 0 1,1 ' gg! 1 RANDOLPH RANKIN BROWN 1 XX ILLIANI XLDEN B -XRTLETPI George Street llarrmgton Park Fyotball 4, Glce Club 4 Blue and Vlhrte , Baseball C41 3 Thr Glen Tenaflx F nba1lC2 3 4 Ass tant Manager 3 Xldnager C-U Band C4j Dramarcs Club C41 Randy ky U61 nn? eg ,Cf 11 f B C were . it : "Ax, R B'll 7 , ' ' L A X A Y - 1 . 1 v 1 ' CRL Cla 7' CV . , T , , r . L X F W Y lv '01 ' , , D, Vis' ' CD,1"' N5 I N: I i ' if I Buck ROC l:R GORDON BRUCE D66 llllIlgXXOlfl'1 Axenue Englewood Drmmtlgs Club 2 3 4 Blue ancl Wlute C3 4D Copy Edltor 41 Rlflc Club 5 lruslclgnt 31 Stun ent Council 4 Smrgtxrx 45 llcmur Bo 4 Churmm 4j s 5 ga Q., 55' PE FER BERRILN D ESOPO IO Blrchxxood Pl me lenaflx Bisgbzll 5 4 fcutbxll 2 3 -U Basketball 2 Glcg Club Q3 -U Pufle Club C31 Bluu and Xfxfhltf. 2.1 Pete 17 O71 RON KLD NICHOLAS FUCLI 351 Llbuty Road Englewood Slqgtmr 4 Blug .incl Hlmn 4 Bwlxetb lhscblll 4 a C42 RAN VIONHJ XORION GXLI3 I O""ls 'N-QW my D70 lnoul Xxenug l1ng,luxood C lcc Club C-M Sputxtur 41 Football C4 Baslxuball 4 Blum 'md xxllllt. C4 Tcnnls 4 Skzp 4 v . , - N if 1 L - , . 1 , I W , . X I 4 f. 1:7 J J -'VW' -. "-CQ: af fll 3 l A - .f'L Cui. L " gf , , . - Y , - A A . 1 . I , 'R. t 'H 14 i A, v my - y x ' S "1 CN: Ds ' C ,fa '- ' D1 ' - C D- ' Y . Hifi' X , mllg, V f , , I1 ,. Q T5 .1 0. "'-'-.3-., g V 'nfs-..'?f,'. , . , s 'I I 'iw-1-a:'vl:..1a.,' 1 Stn-ww,-, .O ., .qgaz ,s,.gj3-vg'-, 4-4,5 A ' wi J.-.fu-,'e.:d" gn O U fs ,Q I 9 ,h.,1 .'..:.'f.'-q:'W.ii5e - . , I.cz1n011t PXLII LXXIONI IIXGCLRTI III 130 Ox erloolx Xunua IIICLCDSJCL Blum md IK hue 4 I RILDIQRIC, C I ILIRC HILL I IHXR I MAN 375 III2jl'1XlLXX Hold Englewood Drdmdtxaa C lub C7 3 -U X mc Prmldent C4, Stu Club C2 7: 4j X mg PILSILILDI 4, SPLLYIIUI' C3 -U Asslstant Edltur 4 Blun .md VK hum 3 41 Business Xldnagu' 4y Baseball 2 4, ILnn15 3 Bxskntball Xlanzgnr -U 5tL1dcntPmuur 41 Rzck E19 V dent Council CI, 3: 41: ViccfVPrcsiclcnt C4jg' Glcu , ,W V E CY: VL y , nc, , '- C3921-A A' K ' C 5 I ' C I- . iw I O ROBLRI LOCII XRD IIOOX IQX 45 Dulght Plug Englewood Football 2 3 4 Coiaptim glut B.1seb.1llC3 4 Rllll Club Zj Studcnt Prmtur 4j DIdHldtlCb Club Q3 -U IxSSlSIdl1fSLlgL Xlrmrxggr C-U Spectator 2 3 4 Sports Eclltor 3 4 Blue .md XKh1teC2 3 4 Sports Ellllill' 41 lxuulom Olks lllII1EVk0llll Xunue lznggluxood an 4 Sputmmr 7 3 -U Sports E lor 4 Blug md Vlhm 3 4 Sports Izdltor rnmmgs Club 3 4 lhllr Llub C5 Stu Ln! I mtlr 4 01111113 fzo ,mu I 44 I B b lc,,u,rx A, ,Ds ' ' ' C F ' ' ' C 2 f ' ' y , L .k.'L. , S. , A , , , Q Cy v yr l K A Cr fi ' l V r V D1 ROBERFIQ NEAL KJIINSON llctlnalll CZ, 3, Q: .1 'N C-, s, 4, ' ' dk C3, la' ja 7 A ' C- Q ' ' C4j: llr L C, ,L A' jx Cl' ,rn 'r QQ. J 1 l 1 WlLLlAlNl Cl.ElXlENT KOTHE I 692B Broad Avenue Bldgefield Spectator C41 Glue Club C41 Blue and Whlte C41 Copy Edltor 41 Dramatlcs Club C41 Asslstant Dxrector C41 DAVID jAY LEVENSON 26 Clnfton Ierrace Wfeehawlxen Blue mcl Whltc C41 AdVLfllSlHg Xlanagcr C41 Spec Glue Club C31 Football C2 31 Asslstant Manager 2 Manager C31 Baseball 41 L1br.ar1.mC2 3 Dave 521 B'll f , P.. 1. - YC 9 I ' . 4, , . , 12 ', , ,':' A., k5'x-. tutor C2, 3, 41, Board C415 Drumatics Qlub C2, 3, 41g C1,"',s2"'Cs,"",D- 1. ' Il Rzch CHARLES BROCKWAY RICHARDSON 63 Forest Road Tenafly F tbal1C21 Baseball C2 3 41 Basketball C3 41 Dramatncs Club C41 Spectator 3 41 C1rculat1on Manager C3 41 Glee Club C31 Blue and Whlte C3 41 Assrstant C1ICUldtl0D Manager C31 Clrculatron Nlanagu C41 Llbrarlan C21 U21 HENRY ALAN RIGGENBACH 64 Wxckoff Avenue Wyckoff Football 41 Basketball C41 Baseball C41 Glee Club C41 Spectator C41 Blue and Whrte C41 Ru: . N , , 'UO' 4 , , 9 , 9 K Y Y Y Y Nr . t Y R . . ' V.-war' lf' V I , , ag r 1 ' - 5 . pf . , , Y ' C 9 ' 4 9 1 9 - 'Y s 2 5 BARRY TOWNISEND SEYKIOUR 55 Ihllsrde Avenue Ienally Dramatlcs Club 3 4 Treasurer C31 Blue and Whrte C3 41 Ed1tor1nLh1ef C41 Glee Club C31 Football C3 41 CoCaptam C41 Basketball 31 Tenms C3 41 Captam C31 Barry Ross LRAIG EVAN ROSSI 558 Wurwxiek Avenue West Englewood Dramaties Club Cl 2 3 41 Stage Nlanager C41 Glu Llub C2 31 Spectator Cl 2 3 41 Blue and Whltl I 2 3 41 Photography EdltUI 3 41 Student Proctor C41 Football C2 3 41 Baseball C3 41 Basket ball 'Nlanager C21 Rrfle Club 21 231 1 7 4 1 , , 1 1 , . ss 1 1 1 1 A 1 'f . ' , . ' s 1 1 1 1 1 1 C 1 1 , , ' C , 1 3 1 1 1 1 ' - ' 1 1 ' ' ' - 1 1 , , 1 . L , C - 1 ,. . 3 7 1 ' 3 C 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 Q 1 1 ' ' I 1 C Q 1 1 - 'xi .fy , N. , f ' C ,V , 7 A H 1 ' 'A U Aff , ff Qt, I ' R' fofk 'rn Q' ' .'fL7, 'AT' . ', P96 - 1 VVILLIAM DAVIS IICKNOR Ill 40 Beech Road Englewood l'ootball C2 3 41 c,0cJdpl1d1l1C41 Baseball C2 3 41 Baskntball C31 Studant C,ounc1lCl 2. 3 4 President 41 Dr.am.mcs Club C2 3 41 Vue Presxdent 3 lruxdent C41 Spectator C2 3 41 Busmess Manager C41 Blue and Wh1te C3 41 FRANCIS PAI ION 'IWINIEN I 450 Summit Axcnuc Hackensack Baseball C3 41 Mdnagnr C3 41 Blue and Wlnte 41 Cflee Club C31 Band C41 Rxfle Club C31 Dramatxcs C lub 21 Ll , fig HP, . . . , -. , X34 -Q." 1. '-Q . ,V -.M . U43 in fig: L- Q. CY! MARSHALL FENVVICK UMPLEBY 34 Worth WVoodland Street Englewood Football 3 4 Coiaptarn Llect Baseball C3 4 Basketball C3 4j llonor Board C4 Temporary Su retary 4D DfdH1ltlCSLlUb 3 4 Spectator C2 3 4 Ed1tor1nC,l11ef C41 Blue and Whlte C3 42 Student Proctor 4 R1He Club 1 2 Llbrarran C2 3 llxflklx JOSEPH VECELLA 443 Lmeoln Xxenue WIELLO Spectator C-U Blue and YK hrte 41 blee Club Football C-U Basketball C4 Baseball 41 Frank f25 Kamel RICI IARD CURTIS XVASHBURN W XX est lalxsades Boulex ard Pallsades Park If otball 2 3 B.-1cballC2 3 41 Glee Club 3 261 RAX MOND JAMES WEIN DEL 442 1h1rd Street Oradell Ba kfttball C-U Baseball OU UU' ALBERT HENRY WLINSCH I Irxmg Axcnue Englewood Cl1HS Dmm.mL5 Club 3 4 Sputator C4 Blue and Whlte 4 Rlfle Club C3 Football C1 Zj AM- Hank IIEXRY PORTLEY W ISE Hlllsdale uotbxll 2 3 4 Glu Club 3 4, SL ruin IITIIIILS Club 2 3 Q!" mr f27 ' 7 w - Y F 1C,.Dz C, w-'C'4.'C4J Drk ' C,,,-lf. L 1 , R. y' vu 1 ' --. , . X 1 fxlzlv' Q: ' C js is ' , - ' 2 44 I k ,'l" f lil . 7,23 lan N 4 si v-i-if 5,1 s 4 S '55 if I fx B. is " n Q 1 u A 91 ' y ' ,E A ,Q U 'H , an Y yn V 1 T .1 "df - . ,ff E ,Q , Q 3 E W 4 5 X 1 . I X 0 ij f, 3' X I f , 5 'CT 5 5 Ml .1 M we f f 5 A .13 S? gif - f 2 K, N Jfqf .7 W5 ' jf ' N . I. In C ui l X Q k -' A' A f - '5 'G - A E if 1 N Q . L , 4 E Lf' K , - ,Q QE- A H - mi: , . ' - , f ' . - yxvk'-Lv. N32 K V ,Q X K 11:-' :fx - u , in Af 3- Q . ' ' - vt V HE GYUAQ Ag . J X X 2 A . Emi gg B1 fha J ' all ,ng .4 Epi' I 'Q A X px . Q-if 1 V Q The Englewood School at The Englewood School for Boys is novv in ns tvventy-hrst year. Pfhe school was founded in 1928 on Dwight Place. Nine years later it vvas nioved to its present locatuui on East Palisade Avenue. The School prospered and grew physically. The first addition was the present Alumni House. Later came the Memorial Field House, an cxtcnskni to the llpper School huihhng,and a paddkztennk coun. An improved library, more classroom space,and bemerlockerroonifacdiues reHect present grovvdi arui progress Perhaps the rnost rehable indica- non ofzischools energy and vualuy is its extra-curricular activity. Many diHerent acdvides have Hourhhed at the Englewood School. The Student CouncH,the govennng body ofthe Schooh connnues to funcnon. Im members, elected by classes, handle Indimnsuhkhznkeanmngthesur dents hehzto hnprovestudentlacuhy relations, and supervise other activi- ties. The Dramtics Club has been one of the most popular organizations. It annually presents at least one drama, occasionally adding a Christmas play. Sonuzrnenunabk producuons ofthe past are The Bartered Bride, Iourrtejfs End, The Taming of the Shrew, and The Night of january Sixteenth. This yew dw Dmnmuw Chb mewnwd Outward Bound. Another popular activity is The Specunor. It has been in exhtence for uvenqeone yeam, dunng winch tinie it has servecl as a recorder of school affairs and as a constant source of interest and amusement for its readers Last year a new activity was added. Under the direction of Mr. Vigeland, T501 M1'cf-Century the Cilec Club was organized. Mr. Coburn, who has taken over where Nr. Yigcland left off, has also started a band. The greatest steps forward, how- ever, have been the formation of the Honor Board and the successful in- doctrination of a system of student- proctored study halls. The Honor Board was formed to assist the stu- dents in perfecting the Honor System. Thus far, the Board is proud to say that it has heard no cases. The stu- dent-proctored study halls are working well, and are developing cooperation and independence among the stu- dents. Since 1928 the School has been led bv Mr. Umpleby, an active and pro- gressive Headmaster. Mr. Beaumont, the assistant Headmaster, has also been with the school since its beginf ning. Mr. Metzger joined the facul- ty a year later, and has been with us since. Two other long-term mem- bers of the faculty are Mr. Ward, athletic director, and Mr. Drake, Principal of the Lower School. Many of the Schoo1's graduates have distinguished themselves. Per- haps our most famous graduate is Dick Button, VVor1d and Qlympic hgure skating champion and winner in 19-19 of the Sullivan Award. Out- standing scholastically, were Eddy Miller, winner in 1945 of the first Pepsi-Cola Scholarship held in New jersey, and George Myers, winner of the Cornell National Scholarship in 1947. . 1950 finds the Englewood School striving industriously and ever im- proving. XVe can be sure that its standards will continue to rise and its fine name remain high in the aca- demic world. U11 SENICDR CLASS HISTCDRY Ihe majorrty of the class of 1950 has been at the Englewood School slnce the sophomore year and some bovs have been here srnce the srxth grade Erght of the twenty four semors are post graduates who have come from nearby schools to make final preparatrons for college Many senlors have dlS tlngulshed themselves as outstanding cltlzens and able leaders Roger Bruce was honored by hrs class last xear by bemg elected a delegate to the Student Forum on Freedom and Democracy held at Columbra Unnersrty As a junlor Blck Hart man represented the School at the Boys State at Rutgers UDIXCISIKV Thls year B1ll Tlcknor was gn en the second team berth on the Al1Metropo11 tan Area Football team These are but a few of the many semors vxhose accomphshments are of great mer1t Thrs year the Senlor Class has contributed a great deal to extracurrlcular act1v1t1es Although the Varsrtv teams had onlv moderately successful seasons Coaches Ward and I-hcks were not at all dlsappomted for the fight and courage of the boys xx as admrrable Manx SCHIOF Class Thesplans were D2 rn the casts of The Bzshops Candlestzcks by Vrctor Hugo Outward Bound by Sutton Vane and Pygmalzon by C B Shaw The staffs of the Spectator and the Blue and Wlute are malnly com posed of Seniors At the close of the frrst semester twelve Senlors hare college certlfylng grades Sxx of them have honor averages Of the remarnrng there are five students who are certrhed ln all but one subject Most of the class plans to enter college rn the fall College chorces range from Harvard to Yale Prlnce ton Dartmouth Colgate Weslyan Wrllrams Buck nell St Lawrence the Merchant Marrne Academy Hamrlton The goals of these students are hlgh but the bovs have proven themselves dependable cltrzens md IH college and later lrfe they are certarn to be worthv graduates of the Englewood School 7 , I I 1 , , I f ' as Q l , K ,Q ' . . , . , . 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' 4 ABOUT THE UPPER SCHOOL This year has been one of great advancement in the Upper School for it has marked an important addition to the curriculum and an increase in the influence of the student in school affairs The outstanding addition to the curriculum was The Bible as Literature D Mitchell and Dr Prosebaugh presented the course to the seniors once a week and gave them an idea of the tremendous influence of the Bible on literature through the centuries One of the most notable changes of recent years was the rncreased importance of the student in school HHHIIS The librarv is now run almost entirely by Upper School students and a number of seniors have helped to proctor study halls The formation of an Honor Board was a great step towards the Honor System which it is hoped will someday be firmlv established as a School trad1t1on An mnovation which has helped the morale of the School is the detention penod a period set up by the Facultx to gnc extra studying time to students whose daily xi ork tailed to certlfx and to discipline recalcitrant students The proximity of student to Faculty brought about bx these new institutions has created harmony that has made the school xear xerv enjox able and the Upper School has formed the basis for a neu sx stem to insure personal improvement and school unity THE INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL 7 ' 7 , . Y , , , . X, . , , 1' 7 1 fy 7 The students of the Intermediate School this year have made many valuable contributions to the School. Outstanding was a panel presented to an assembly of parents on the vital problem of the relationship between parents and teenagers In sports, as in studies, the boys of the Intermediate School have excelled Inter mediate boys compete not only in intramural but in inter-scholastic athletics Several students played on the junior Varsity Football Squad, and the Form III basketball quintet engaged teams from neighboring towns and emerged with a favorable record The bovs also have found time for extracurricular activities, and students of the Intermediate School are librarians and staff members of the Spectator and the Blue and White. This excellent record would not be possible if it were not for the work of Mr Fred B. Hutchins, the Intermediate School Principal. Nr. Hutchins is teacher guide and counselor to the Intermediate students. VVith his guidance and the influence of the other masters, the students have upheld the good standard of the school and ' 7 1 . , . , 7 1 Y 7 7 y , . I, . , , K . l , p. , , 25, y 1 l contributed to the success of the school xear THE LOWER SCHOOL Under the guidance of Mr Drake Mr Ilansalpaker Mr Root and Mr llllng worth the Lower School has made manv improvements this year The most important change was the nevt lv adopted social studies course History music art geography and science are nou all included in this course Each class nom studies all hte subjects u hile concentrmng on a certain period in history I this manner the classes were taught from a vxorld uevxpoint and not from a restricted one Because the need for a bigger and better librarv has increased with the arrival of new boys the Lovxer School Library this xear has been completely reorganlzed and broadened Mrs McEwen has been appointed as full time librarian Many new books have been purchased and the whole library catalogued As a result of planning and hard work the library now 15 able to meet the needs of the students A Junior student council started last xear IS continuing to do a fine job of govern mg the Lower School A praisevsorthx job his also been done by the new school newspaper edited bv the sixth grade This year the emphasis has been on a more balanced program for all classes With these manv improvements the Lovt er School IS preparing its students ever more fullv for the higher education ahead U8 A rw-N .3 V0 "' 'ij R A V-3 V The oldest and most important of the student activities is the Student Council. This year, the Councils twenty-first, was a very successful one. llach year two boys are elected from forms two through live and three boys from form six to act as representatives. The Council elects its officers at its Hrst meeting. The president, a sixth former, presides at meetings and assemblies and acts as general head with the vice-p-resident as his assistant. The sec- retary is responsible for correspondence and records of the Councils meetings, while the treasurer has charge of the funds incorporated into the Student Activities Fund. This fund includes all extrafcur- ricular activities. This year Bill Ticltnor was elected president and Rick Hartman vice-president. Roger Bruce and Doug Rhodes were elected secretary and treasurer respectively. One of the more important ol the Councils functions is handling problems that arise in school affairs, and endeavoring to improve relations be- tween the Faculty and students. Many traditions have grown up since the ferm- ing of the Student Council. For example, each year in the last decade the Council has sponsored a School dance. This years dance, held on Febf ruary ll, was a tremendous success, and did much to further school spirit. Each fall the Council conducts a drive for the Student VVell'are Fund under the supervision of the Council treasurer. The funds collected as a result of this effort are donated in the name of the school to various charities such as the Red Cross, the Community Chest. the Paralysis Fund, and many others. This years drive proved a great success, raising 5277. the largest amount ever raised. Another major accomplishment of the Council this year was the forming of an Honor Board as the lirst step in a procedure by which the Englewood School hopes to obtain an Honor System. This has been a goal of the Headmaster for some years, and with the appointing of an Honor Board and student proctors the Council feels that a commem- orable step has been made in the advancement of the long sought after Honor System. No summary of the activities of the Student Council would be complete without mentioning the able guidance of Albert L. Metzger, who has served for sixteen years as Faculty adviser. As the school has grown over the years, so has the Student Council. It has given an increasing amount of responsibility and experience in self! government to the boys, and it has afforded them an opportunity to serve the school. , 'W "For eight long months thirteen ambitious boys have worked hard to give the Englewood School its first yearbook. "As one turns these pages he might well wonder why a book of this type should take so much time and effort. Little does he know that thousands of words were written and re-written, that over two hundred and fifty pictures were taken, that hun- dreds of letters were sent out, and that all this work was done in addition to regular school assignments." Those are the words of the Blue and White's first editor, who wrote them ten years ago. In sum and substance they are true today. The staff is larger and a bit more experienced, but. then again the work is harder. It is spread over five depart- ments. The editorial department is under Barry Seymour, the editor-in-chief. This department does the actual writing. The business branch, handled by Rick Hartman and David Levenson, takes care of the money, or lack of it. Brockway Richardson is in charge of the circulation depart- ment. The circulation group takes orders for and distributes the finished yearbook. Craig Rossi handles the photography-of even greater import- ance than usual this year -in conjunction with Mr. Coda, our professional photographer. Bob Hooven and Bob johnson cover sports. As with any other publishing business, the staff of the Blue and White has its usual headaches, plus a few that are peculiar to the production of year- books. The editor worries about excessive school- work interfering with the deadlines. The business managers stew about its small volume of advertising, even though this year has been the best in the history of the book. Those in the circulation sec- tion fret about collection of outstanding subscrip- tion money. And so itxgoes. .ML Tozer, our faculty adviser, has greatly helped us allg more, in fact, than we can express. "If you would see his influence, look about you." This year, as usual, we have attempted to record the activities of the school year. But, even more important, we have endeavored to describe the Englewood School at the half-way mark of this portentous twentieth century. mx ve. u . THUUX 5 Q s 3 ' - ' b ' 3 Q '- Q Q G f , Q W Q' , 1 w-M f' 'fx S' if N F 'GQ 'S if jf s' sf v ' L. w l 4' A ' Y? Q QL A Q A, in 1335 Q kk v :t l , ESQ " ' e'Y"X! 1 - J-'N FF- . M ,,r2:l-2 UE!!! wi A '- -. .15 55" ff'- 0 1 ! STAFF Marshall li. Llmpleby ........ . . Eolitorfinfffllief Frederick llartman . . . . . Associate Editor XVilliam Ticknor .... ..... B usiness Manager Brockway Richardson . . Robert llooven Robert .lohnson ,, fit ' A - s. - fr , - The Spectator is one of the oldest of the schoolls organizations, and is of great interest to the entire school. The paper was started the year the school lirst opened, and has developed steadily ever since. Though its primary function is to give the students a newspaper, it also serves as a bi-monthly record of student activities and exra-curricular affairs. The members benefit in many ways, for working on the paper gives them experience in journalism and a sense of responsibility. This school year has proved to be one of great advancement for the Spectator. Owing to the efforts ol' Mr. Beaumont, the Faculty Adviser, and the Staff, the format of the Spectator was com- . . Circulation Nlanager .. Sports Editors pletely remodeled. The paper is now larger, with four columns instead ol' three. The quality of the newsprint and the type were improved to make the sheet more legible, and the cumbersome insert was removed. These innovations improved immensely the appearance of the paper. The retiring staff of Mike Umpleby, Editorfinf Chief, Rick Hartman, Associate Editor, Bill Tick- nor, Business Manager, Brockway Richardson, Cir- culation Manager, and Bob llooven and Bob Iohn- son. Sports Editors, has worked very hard this year and deserves much credit for the line issues they published. T451 W 'W WHS? -4 First ww, left to right: 'I4urlwn. Sanger. johmun. Scynmur, Cuffs, Ticknor, YV., Hartman Umplcby, Rossi. Kothc, Rlwdcs. SL-cond row: Hutchins. Duggctt, Saliba, Brown, Nichols Richardson, Bruce, VVisc, Ilucwcn, XYunsch, NIACLILIILIY. Third row: Mowry, Mack, Farmer Dolsun, Ticknur, A., Yarluy, Ix, Kahn, Fincke. 1 u Since its formation two years ago, the Clee Club has firmly established itself among the activities of our school. The group consists of about twenty Hve voices, and it is a well trained unit whose members receive valuable experience in group singing. The club presents programs on special school occasions throughout the year, and renders songs at commencement and at the Father-Son dinner. Any boy in the Upper School is eligible for membership, and students are encouraged to give as much time as possible to cultivating their voices. For the last year the club has been under the leader- ship and instruction of Mr. Coburn. The club rehearses in the Commons Room of Alumni House every VVednesday and Thursday. This year the clubs officers have been Ben Dol- son, Presidentg Rick Hartman, Librarian, and Henry Wise, Secretary. 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Oct. 8 Oct. 22 Nov. 4 Nov. 18 Englewood 13- Coach Luke llfard Sept. 30 Englewood 19- Englewood 7- Morristown Riverdale Trinity Montclair Pingry VARSITY This years record of one victory and four losses tells little about the season as a whole. Injuries riddled the squad from the first practice scrim- mage until the last game at Pingry. First it was tackle Roger Bruceg then cocaptain and fullback Barry Seymourg Hnally end Bob Hooven. Several others missed single games and their loss was deeply felt since capable substitutes were hard to come by. Team spirit and the will to win played the major role in what success was to be had. ln thc opener with Morristown sustained drives by Frank Vccella and Barry Seymour plus an inter- cepted pass by Bill Bartlett accounted for the three touchdowns which gave the Blue and White squad their only victory. With Riverdale our troubles be- gan, as we went down to defeat by a score of 12-7. Next came Trinity with their all-star backfleld paced by Mike Araneo, who led their team to a 52-13 victory by scoring three touchdowns in the last half. The Montclair game was the toughest, as we trailed by a 13-O count at half time and failed by one point to complete our brilliant comeback. The game ended with us on their goal line. With both teams hampered by a muddy field, the Pingry game proved to be a one-sided affair, with their superior power on the ground winning the game. Barry Seymour did an exceptionally fine job of passing, but our team could not cope with their smashing backs and strong downfield blocking. Reviewing the season, our main trouble seems to have been a scarcity of dependable substitutes. Our strength lay in the reliable line work of Bill Ticknor, joe Saliba, Art Ticknor, and Rufe Choate, in the running of Frank Vecella and Bill Bartlett, and, in the Morristown and Pingry games, on the accurate passing of Barry Seymour. In a post-season meeting Mike Umpleby and Bob Ilooven were elected cocaptains of the 1950 team. Umpleby played the season at quarterback, Hooven at end. FCDOTB LL 53 x7 'Nxqs BI, ,P QL E PC X. f I ' , ' UIJDI I I I left to rlghtt Ri LIB ggen Ja 4, L E GI' IBWUQ' LEW 3 ik-1 I ch NN endel. Dfulson, X Il I uplchy. Mwond row' Hxcks, Varley, GaIC. I I I I IX IX I IX I , Rhodfi, Fucci, II I IL' '!IUl". c' vcr, 'i son 1' 51-fir U 000 'lihe 1949-50 Varsity Basketball Squad enjoyed a very successful season, winning eight games of a thirteen game schedule. Actually, the team had a better year than the won-lost column showed. Playing bad ball, the Englewood Five lost a heart-breaker to Riverdale, 41-46, and dropped an- other to 1N1cBurney, 71-75, although they poured thirty-three points through the hoop in the final quarter. Coach 1-lick's quintet displayed good form against a tall lrlackley squad and a powerful Irving five, losing, however, by scores of 47-49 and 61-68 respectively. The team took pleasure in defeating their closest rival, Pingry, both at home and away. On the foreign court. the Blue and XVhite squad won a thriller 52-49, but the return tilt was a push- over, 58-32. Englewood also outscored Montclair and Loyola twice each. The worst defeat came at the hands of once-beaten Trinity live, 38-61. A weak Collegiate team surprised Englewood with a second half rally, and it took two overtimes before llank Biggenbach could break the 29-29 dead- lock. Final score, 31-29. Bay XVendel, 6'5" center, and Frank Vecella, a flashy forward, proved to be the mainstays of the Mt 99 1 A af D 67 sf-' ,, , VARSITY BASKETBALL quintet. Controlling the backboards, Wendel averaged 16.3 points per game, his best day coming against Storm King, when he dropped in thirty points. An excellent ball handler as well as a dead shot. Vecella ended the season with a 11.4 game average. Ben Dolson, a set shot artist, played at guard and was a valuable starter. Hank Biggen- bach, Mike Umpleby, and John Wilson alternated at the other two posts, and deserve much credit for the seasons success. Schedule -lan. I0 Englewood 76 Montclair 13 Englewood 52 Pingry - 20 Englewood 41 Riverdale 28 Englewood 47 Hackley 31 Englewood 62 Loyola lieb. 4 Englewood 72 Storm King 7 Englewood 63 Xlontclair 11 Englewood 61 lrving 14 Englewood 71 Xlcliurncy 16 Englewood 58 Pingry 22 Englewood 38 Trinity 25 Englewood 55 Loyola 28 Englewood 31 Collegiate Us 4 c l-QQ, S lf,ff'P N I2 sl F, K 9.7 Yufkox Ng c I t,f . 4' gf,f Lf' l all gem Y. ' ! A L . A . 'Q v .A -I 7:2 i First row, left to right: Ycct-lla. Hooven, Richardson, Rossi. Vripleliy, Dolson, D'Es0po. Second row: Coach Luke W ard, NNE-licr, Sm-atli. VN'cndel, Pickiior XY.. Ulpnicr, llliorlcs. Tliiril row: Reinhold, Mgr., Varley, Saliba, Cutie, Turkcii, Mzicxiillay, Doggett NYM Mgr. BASEBALL Coach Luke XVard has arranged a schedule this spring that is the toughtest in years, and he has a wellfrounded team that is capable of out-fielding and outfhitting many a rugged opponent. 'l'he probable starting team features Doug Rhodes as catcher, Chuck Sncath at first base, Frank Vecella at second base, Brock Richardson at short- stop, Ben Dolson at third base, and Bill Ticlinor, Pete D'Esopo and Bob Hooven in the outfield. This lineup may vary, however, for D'Esopo and Ticknor both are stellar infieldmen, Richardson doubles as an outfielder, and a host of worthy subs are con- tending for first team booths. The probable pitchers are Mike Umplcby and Bay VVendel, with Walt Turlacn and Frank XVcber capable relief hurlers. SCHEDULE May April 2 Riyerdale . . . . . . Home 6 Leonia .,..... . . . Away D living --.- - - - Away 11 Dwight hlorrow . . . . Away 8 rlfmlly ---- ' ' ' Home 14 Pingrv ....... . . . Away 10 Storm kms - - - ' - - Home 19 Hackley ......... . . . 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