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One of 'lhe busiesf of Evander's leaders is
our Adminislralive Assislanf, Mr. Schulman.
Inspired by a leacher of gymnaslics, Mr.
Schulman became inleresiecl in afhleiics al
an early age. He a'Hended lhe Savage School
for Physical Educalion and Teachers College,
Columbia Universily. He slarled in a+ Evan-
der as coach of 'lhe Track and Cross Couniry
Team and is very proud of his reams' having
won ci+y and nafional championships. Larer
Mr. Schulman was Chairman of fhe Program
CommiH'ee and Then he became Assisfanl'
Principal. Besides his school work he is owner
and manager of a summer camp for young
people. He loves music, and as a young boy
he had leading paris in high school operas.
He is proud of his son, who is manager of
fhe only TV sfalion in lhe Norlhwesf, buf his
chief pride is his grandson. He believes fhal
pupils who +ake parl in exira-curricular acfivi-
fies have far richer and more inieresfing lives
lhan lhose who have only academic 'l'raining.
All of us Seniors who plan +o a'H'end college or
rechnical school are well acquainred wi+h our
college adviser, Miss Bass. She has given us
so much 'lime and guidance, has wriH'en so
many recommendaiions, and has seen +ha+
we gol' 'lhe rigl1+ blank 'For +he righ+ college.
She has charge of scholarship examinalions
and apiiiude lesls, and is Evander's chief
'lalenl scout Thanks +o her in+eres'l's and per-
sislence, worfhy Evanderifes have received
lhousands of dollars in scholarship money each
year. Miss Bass is a Phi Bela Kappa from
Hunfer, wi+h a Mas'I'er's degree from fhe
iacully of English, Columbia Universiiy. She
has sfudiecl for several summers al 'lhe Uni-
versi+y of Colorado, where she has been
specializing in psychology and guidance. In
her spare 'time she enjoys +raveIing, reading,
and fhe fheafre. Her opinion of Evander
siudenfs is lhal' l'hey are charming buf noi'
The famished hordes siorming 'lhe lunchroom.
Girls in 'lheir adorable gym suifs playing in
fhe open air when spring comes.
The pungenl' odor of sulphur dioxide and olher
fragrances seeping from +l1e Chem Lab.
The lranquil aimosphere of a Senior Class
Nile rehearsal, or even of a Varsi'l'y re-
The ieachers' iokes: lhe polife laughler of
sl'uden+s who are becoming ambilious.
The hush and rush of a fypical fire drill.
The 'ila'H'ering graduaiion piciures.
An emp'l'y dean's office. lThe dean musl' be
An Evander boy holding rhe door for an
The silence in Evander's corridors afler 3:30.
Successfully gefling on fhe bus.
I mus+ sing: Woe is mel
There ain'l no liberiy
ln +his here school.
They make you pay for ihis,
They make you pay for fhal'
Till every wallel"s 'flal'
ln 'lhis here school.
G. O. and Senior dues,
Oriole and Evander News-
ll cosls us dough.
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