Farmingdale State College - Islander Yearbook (Farmingdale, NY)

 - Class of 1924

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But that constitutes no argument against the dreaming of dreams. For no man goes further or higher than the reaches of his dreams. No one is better than he hopes to be and no great deed was greatly done by the man who sees in Tomorrow only the mirror of Yesterday. You have been learning of cows, and crops, and pigs and bees, and birds that lay, and apples both red and green, and good roads, and farm leases, and cost accounts and kindred things. ,At times it may have seemed that these were the major objectives of your schooling and the primary aim of those from whom you learned. It is so only in a narrow sense. The world needs men who know of such things. To have failed to equip you properly in this regard would be failure, indeed, on the part of the school. But, the world also needs men who are vastly more than machines for the production of wheat and hams and pure bred stock. A It needs men who measure up to the possibilities and responsibilities of citizenship, who look to the heart and not to the skin, who are tolerate and mindful of the views of other men, who recognize that opportunity means not greater license but greater service. Yes, country life needs good farmers. I hope you will be such. But, it needs good men more, men who recognize no distinction between town and country, men who acknowledge and apply a higher standard of measurement than the dollar. For the finer things of life cannot be counted by so crude and artificial a unit. Who shall say what integrity and honor and self-respect and the respect of others and moral fiber and the spirit of service are worth? If the institution which you now leave has failed by precept and example to throw into bold relief these things, it has made a mockery of life. That, no school has a right to do. What of the future? I do not know. I know this, that so long as the world wants anything, unless mankind changes greatly, it will want, food. Your line of goods will never go out of style. You will always have a job to keep you busy. I am wishing for you a reasonable degree of success and a not unreasonable amount of failures-the joy of hard work and the satisfac- tion of real attainment. And remember that you are the school, that it is and it will be the school of your dreams. H. B. KNAPP. . az 7 - 4:-.--. V .-fa.---. - Y -- A -- f" l Eiasna -QM-It--M- -'5:l?:Sl2 I pack?-J, IligilfgyL,Y:,,35,Qh-wdgkh-R?2V,3z ,,,-. L .YJ , M4-11' 'rvU2r::K,.f4:f':'1r-LTLC. 2 . .... . ......,.:Y inn fly .V .!ji+-.1:Q'1L1:.15gL:g::,,:T,,,,. l 1 'll --. lil I0 O lil .pu ' - .- 1, .fi 4, 35. ,, ,M f f. 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' l l Bdr.IJee Clarence like begetslike a 1 I Mr. Brennan Coach Get off that dime Mr. Gray Sam'1 Procrastination is the thief of time Q7 IQ Dr. Boshnakian Doc Your next assignment 272' ig hdr.IJorton Cleorge I can beat that car il Bdr.Banner 'Teddy Chaunned Pnisure Mr. Borel Cliff Yeah Mr. Test Gerald The next hymn will be 3 T: Mr. Riel Really 519 off- i 1 E Mr. Decomier Duke Use a little ingenuity l il Mr. Ulmer Paul Give us a hand 2 I Mr. Franke George After you get that done- Sf Miss Ketcham Emil Don't eat eas with our knife- A ,, Y P y W A I Miss Alexander Babe Now, boys- l Fi Mr. Ryan Pop Step lively now- B 1' i.l el? ll g'TT"7'T-'Q7'X7T?l"'3''Tiff'ITDTA7DfwlT.f'.fv .T7f1.'-TQPET7'5" 'DNV TTT 'P"7TfP'7ffTf "'.fff7f7t??77'T.fTTfT,?"7T7 '4Tf'f:?'fH'ff?"'7f T: PTA ffkll ' A 4--ill ll---'-Q--L-1115--Lfiiifgfo E l l 4. zywx, , ' F21l .,,,, l l i i s 5 i 1 n . 'i A ...H W Q V - -'- ,' N r -. f :AN i"'- A if "PAW" ' 1" 5 .1 i ,Li ly. I 'ii F 'I 1 i I .li 9 - 1.5 ,, - r i- , .wi ff .4 -. 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Gray, Ms. ................................. University of 'Maryland it i : K I . , ' - ' L Q Head of Department of Farm Crops and Soil Fertility Q I Ward Brennan... .................. ' .' ............ .... P ratt- Institute - ' ' Head of Athletic Department ' ' 1 A A H ' W. Ryan. .I .- .. .....' ........ 1 , ........ ... ..... - ........ ..... ' I ' Head of Farm Management Department e . . I' . , 1 . p E ' - . ,' . n - 5 1 L . ' , - ' r 5 E Mis-s E. E. Ketcham, B.S. .................... .... S yracuse University . A - A A Home Economics A A C I I . H E E ' ll E i' - A Q fi i' i , i E ..... e ' ' I:22:I, ' ' i 1 bw xf . ggsgefr -f- --evrres 1 9 2,4 H mfs 5 A ss-2 E I I 1 E I I 5. I ' . E Mary K. Peters, A.B. ............................. University of Michigan I I I ' ' - 5 I- - S., . . .......,.......... .... - b 1 I . . ' , . .. . ...................... . . . . I : JI I 5 : I , g E I . . . I E 2 F . . , . .. . . ............................... 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Husbandry 5 E I I I I' . gi. . . . .Instructor of Horticulture 'I It I If . . . .Librarian :y I I I4 ,. I I. I I I I I Il 'll - .... ...-w.---.a.-.-I.---..,. .--I MI.-. .-.I I-, a.,.,,,,,,, Af P112 I X Q g - M C 1---'-f'---- Y -f-W-f--I H f - e -- .X---'-se-----'------4-l--f--L -------------- Qffff 4 - '-T f-I-if-5-'ff ' 3 -5--l 1- f--31112-Li--.-..--L...I..T.:.Q,..:c4:..a.::2TZ. ,.gligijgagggg1:iZ'i?3QjC-tgiifgg-::g-5, ?i:g 3 E231 I x ..- A-1.-.s,1 S l t I I I I . v A ' ,X . I, f-N ,Cx M ' has 1 . off: A-f I F .EE Le M 1 llc' itil 'lg' f lr 2 Board of Trustees 1 . , 5.2.5 Y' if , William M. Baldwin, President, Garden City, N. Y. l ' o Tr- ll Henry P. Tuthill, Secretary, Mattituck, SL. I. .I - : sl Edmund Lupton, Treasurer, Mattituck, L. I. Fl A . .Q Miss Hilda Word, Roslyn, L. 1. QE .X I' gi is Carl. H. Fowler, New York City If Winthrop Taylor, New York City A Judge Frank S. Gannon, West New Brighton, Staten Island, N. Y. :J f . l YE E lat lg Ex-Officio Members , 'Sf I , . g ' . 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ATR, D41 'PW' " "' "E ' I ' ' ' "" ""' "T"""1'77Y' "'f"' ' 'W - ' ljgtf, jb- ,-.'- Sw- l - 'fr -L' '3l:Tq5'5e',, ggi.: fi s,,' 'A ' tf'L-g.Lgggg4, "",Y " " 'lc' " H" "" 'Li ' I I, rj ISI' I I "They are never alone that are accompa- 'll'Zi6CZ I.I'IzTIflI. noble tlI.ozIglzts". M. PQLLET, QJEX, Stuyvesant High School, NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. , .lack Pollet, better known to us as "Poop," sailed into the peaceful harbor of Nyssa and anchored with us for three years. And what a three years it has been. -lust take a glance at his honors and see all that he has accomp- lished in that short time, besides his prominent part in his studies. There is hardly an organization not attached with "Poop's" name, and he usually held the most active part, in all activities. Most remarkable was his rise in football. Playing varsity every year he was "green" when he started and Iinished as captain . It was similar on the diamond and basketball court. always lighting for the glory of his Alma Mater. Through his grit and determination, and pleasing qualities he has at- tained the highest rung of success in Nyssa, and Nyssa rewards him by giving him a start on his life's journey. NVe expect much of you, slack. so keep us informed of your progress, and remember your classmates who spent three happy years with you. Honors:--President Student Council '24, Secretary '23g President Class '23 '24g President Glee Club '22: Master Grange '24g President Boxing Club '24: Secretary Varsity Club '23: Quartet. '23, '24 Baseball Varsity '23 Basketball Varsity '23, '24g Football Varsity '21, '22, Captain '23g Editor-in-Chief '24 Nyssa. t37l r 9. .lx ,W II 'I I I Ill, I V I 1 I I, II I. ,e. 5. I II I I 'I I If I I I II ,I .I I II if Ii I 1. I I I I , I I I JI I I L. Ig? If Ei l if rin Vila. ,.. f me I SG,-rl-I' Lk-I QQLLA ' -I II IQE I: Il It I I II. I ,x Id, :It .1, I I I I we IEP il ,I ,II 'I I I-II IE "air .II I "-.Elf . M-.. ..., W-. -Y -L N v4 - .gf:., . ..-V --- fx ,,,s, . ,-., fs ,. Q 1 wg 1 ow 2 4 ., a ,f ,fr .I . i . , ,N ,.l . , N M. , 6, ...N " 'vlflffi -L wi '!N"f..: ' X ,-......iilv-42-Y---X-3-----'-ffft':3.t::.1f iiSf90CLL"lilZg -wfithiout thz'1zikfi'ng -is sh-ooting without awning". EMANUEL M. WQHLBERG, 29111, East High School, ROCHESTER, N. Y. As a freshman "Manny,' was rather a quiet chap. He wrote his notes. studied his lessons, finished his barn duties,'and was generally a model scholar. ' P -VVhen he returned from the farm he decided to relieve the monotony of life at Nyssa by "stepping out." It has been rumored that like the proverbial sailor, Manny has a girl in every town. He seldom talks of the fair sex and emphatically denies being a ladies' man. But, then, this tow-headed "shcik" is extremely modest. Since he has been at school, Manny has always been in the thick of social activities, being either a chairman or a member of the various social committees. Manny's hobby is prize waltzes, and we expect it will not be long' before he wins one. Those Rochester cake-eaters had better look to ther laurels when our "Arthur Murray" goes home. So long, old dear, may you trip through your chores each dar as airilx' as you guided Milly over the dance fioor. i' 2 i Honors:-Class Treasurer '22, 233 Fire DQD2l.l'l.lllG1li1 '22: Glee Club '22g Viva- President '24g Stock Judging Team '23, x ...,......,.T . ...., ., .. .. . . ,. rw :rg Q Y. s- 5 4 I-.H----f f - t el-Ag-1-- --.1 -' ef V -iw, .. . ,, ., .. , . 1 ,,QW'i"if NAwm .MAHIMHMJMIMAL-,Al A 1 - ' Ay,-. 4. :rf sesu.I.:5g+ if "-f 'll'-'YE 'ill Hi 'xlvru' L, -ff '31 'I - .ii .Dir . r 1116 Ii-:lil-iii Nil--ii,iim"-M ii 13-4 i'ie?3ii' gui? -i J ii ' Y- R l my 3. , ' 'fi -quasi ..M..x.115..' .' t"" " 'A H Q WWELHWJ ,f'k!"lx.rn' rnravuza m11..x--.unr,..,1.-,.u..i.xni,....nmsv rAm'MAk:'-alwfl I .W I.....' will ii air Fm' ' H" 'i" ' H A""r' 'ii "t "' , , ' " 'S "R-lm 'i'm'l" "ff'TiiW-'f'?If2" 2'-11'H'llIH11'lrL1'-2Bm',- ' I2 I l l I 4 i ,,, il xii iii il- :ii :if .ef E73-: 'G'f Egg? -"3-I rx-is .egg f 1 5 5-' S ' 1 'Yi m...esr. 5137? -"ai: in ZF si: 11'- MC li: 4, L. 14 'wig Iii ll ' if V4. all :sm lf I r 4 iflf iii? ir: ai . ,i V3 - c Q -. in .1 ,Jif Mr. Ii,x N i in ki. all ,-. :Ni vi ll' Qfllif . ,. lg i ii is. 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F r .ia Pl , Q l i 3 N I 1 ,li ' rg. p19 2 ' Sf'SAf'1 i j E l 1 1 1 l 1 T IIIIIPCLIYIIILCICZ vmmljfzst be ll IIUNTILR KRAN'lZ CDSX East 01211126 lllgh Hthool Elma ORANGE, N I Here we l1ave tl1e Oflglllal ersey1te, best 141101111 to us as XrVl11tl6, l1a1l mg from tl1e v1llage of East Orange Th1S fan early 111 tl1e sprmg of 21 XVltl'1 tl1e 111te11t1o11 of a11d 1f l1e IS as successful 111 later llfe as l1e l1as has been well spe11t Wl11t1e lJ6l16VCS an apple a day w1ll keep to put 1 few out ot lJllSlllCbS NVe a1e su1e tl1e benehtted XV1'lCll l1e e11te1s then ranks He 15 a 11atu1al leadel among men, but to l11s Cllqlllilj t1s 11ot so amonff the lZl.CllCS, fOl l1e has confessed that they hax e alu ays led llllll Ly 1J1lOt111g the Agg1es to many LlCCl1tE1lJlC XlLtOI'lCS o11 the gud 11011 and txv11l111g tl1e ho1seh1de 111 a 111aste1l5 wav agamst ou1 toes Oll tl1e d1a111o11d l1e l1as become tl1e pxoud DOSSCSSOI of tl1e vZ1IS1tV 111s10111'1 Phe best of luelx to you old 111a11 lie sme to lxeep 111 tough xx1th old Nx ssa headed youth came to Nyssa becommg a t1lle1 of tl1e so1l been l1e1e at sehool, 111s t1me tl1e doeto1 111 '13 and 1ll'ECllClx fllllt mdustxy 11111 be gleatly Honoxs Presxdent Class 22 Secletaxy Class 24 Student COUDCII 23 24 F119 Dept 21 22 Membel of the Fust F1esl1m111 Rules COIHIIIIUZQS 21 Cl1a11n1'1n Assembly Commlttee 23 Footb1ll 22 Va1s1tv 2 Baseball 22 Nars1ty 23 Valgltv Club 23 Tleas 24 Re 1e'1t1o11 Assoelatlon 29 Quintet 22 Managm 24 Adv Mgl 24 Nyssa I'-19 F4 51 . 5 111 2 1 3 '1i 2 151 ' lb l , . ' 1 1 35 lj 4 ,. 1' . ,I , . - ,. I 5 I I I I ll I 11 I ' ' I I - I 1 1 l1 ll If 1 l w 1 I 1. 1 I C 1 I I ,I. lf 1 0. n . a D' "He who hear but one bell 'will hear but -' one solmdu. JULIUS TANNENBAUM, Stuyvesant High School. BRONX, N. Y. VVay back in '21 a rather small insignificant chap came to Nyssa to take a short summer course in agriculture. Evidently he liked it so well that when the fall term opened this young hopeful joined the ranks of the Fresh- men, and right then and there "Tannie" decided to let folks know that he was there in spite of his size. A few barn duties and the wholesome food at the mess hall soon put a few pounds on "Tannie." In spite of the fact that he was not heavy enough to make any of the Varsity teams, he showed up splendidly in all class I athletics. H I He was elected treasurer of the Class of '24 in addition to the complexing duties of art editor 'on the 1924 Nyssa staff. Some day "Tannie', hopes to build farm tractors that will make a Ford- son looknlike a piece of Junk. But before that he is planning a trip to "Frisco or Bust. We are all with you, "Kiddo,,' and wish you all the success in the world Honors:-Treasurer Class '24g Art Editor '24 Nyssag Fire DGDfll'l.lllGl1t '22 '23- Class Baseball '23lg Class Basketball '23, '24: G-range '24: Poultry Club '22l ill 1 5' X W Lil.. .I ., .3 f- , A, ,C 'i '..'. "f. 1 --4-mum - 'il o -. im ,A 5, -A lwggkeux .dm K, 'cusirxk rxrwifu N il fr uf- fl S Hitch your uagon to a Qt 1 CART BARTHOl OMAUS Lynbroolt llrgh Qrthool LYNBROOIX, L I Carl harls from a small town nearby called Lynbroolx It was dur1n0 that eventful month of Qeptember, 1971 that we notrced a small youngster who seemed to be so close to the ground that lt made rt drihcult for hrm te walk But after stayrng wrth us for three years he has groxx n to sueh pro portrons to be safely propheswed of becommg a sm footer Carl clarms to be a charter member of the Royal Hobo Proteetrxe l eague He has broken 'tll Aggre reeords by bummrno hrs nay to Vrrornra rn tuo days One of h s ambrtrons rs to drrxe 'r lrordson tractor across the eontrnent lt rs not an unusual srvht to see Carl rn hrs room studyrno for an evm. but he rs more lrlxely to be found workrnv stay 'tt the sehool he has been speeralwrno he has the abrlrty to succeed rn hrs ehosen Our best urshes to you Carl and max rn the traetor shed Durrno hrs rn trattors and ue 'ue sure that career sueeess be xours Honors Grange 24 Glee Club 23 Class Baseball 23 Class Bfrslretbqll 24 f31l a n 1 I I l I 4 I l E' I,II 'v ,IVA Ml 'I I ll if l l F", l P I g l its .E-ill 'ffl -, I 51' ll Q1 C' -l T 2 I 5 I 1 l 5 'l u If Q I : I 5 l E l : I 1 I I I I I S l E I I If 'I I l x 1 I ll' I lI Ill ll' l H ll: fl II Bl . -ga , ff .--.H 1.. . , .-:ff-.. 6.152,o,'.LsifiifisIiQi'rfa,seei-M "M " ' 'll H' I I 'I lim, ,. 4, Ixsl I .swf .-.1 A V i l I ' 'ITM greatest lIIl77VliZ?i6lIi'I.0'7Z for a 'man is - to prove that he is a ma-zz." ABNERIE. BLUCHER, Morris l-ligh School NEW YORN CITY, N. Y. From the time "Bluch" first entered school, spendino' his first few months 6 with the well known "Power House Gang," until the last few semesters when he has stepped out considerably to the dances, he has been known chiefly for his ability to keep out of trouble. His curly locks and dancing ability have made him famous not onlv at X Nyssa. It has even reached the far off town of Lyndenhurst. v "Curly" is an exponent of the collegiate' style of dressino' He advocates l 'll fi ' g. tie 1 - tting suits and dented hats-which the rest of the cake-eaters strenu- ously object to. - He is also a singer of notefsj. He seems to know the words of all the l t t ' " ' A' ' ' a es songs. We have seen many artists copies" of popular songs auto- graphed by a certain little actress. Blucher intends establishing a big cattle ranch somewhere in South America, sometime after he graduates from Nyssa. lN'e advise him breed- ing a herd of Rit- L Ol ' - ' 7y eg iorns. Perhaps Frances will go along and .cook for you. Anyway, Blucher, we wish you much luck and so forth Honors:-StudentCounc'1l 23 24 C1 S U ass ecietalv 23 Poultiy Club 21 Tupsi chorean Club 24 I Class Basketball 24 ' Ifi?---Q.,if"Q1'-31--M?fff1Q:feQQ1?4L4lie?1-Me4Tfff7ff 'llnm - il 'ZX Lilliihitxki YllE + . I, ,-N li 2- II' arl- II. V If -I I I l Ir, VI" VIH 1.5 I.. gc I .Ili if ,Nu 'HT Iilig .,,, ,Htl :HE if ,. lf E l ll! :LIL .ii- mg 5.525 'I- 'is PEE IE Ei! CTL 7513 N.-n. 2:5393 R13 di? his Hs l-'Q 'lgiig :SHE 1 I. ,,,. i155 ,jllts illr. 1115 l.. 3-1I. MII .tri M l-an Yzfr Iris- if lil? .IS aut lla , E iw I N Ing X-. llr If ...RI 517 IIN Li? .I I , v ' C . il ' I . I I l I ' ' , ' Z I .. u Z , , in . X , K . 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I l , 1 ' 1: 'S ,lx J. 5 lf' ! . !. n Good vcasom 1111111 peifonc qzw plan to bettm PAUI 11 CII 1PER'1X 9t11y1eQ2111t 111011 qchool TIEMPSTEAD L T G111y IS one of the c121Se. 1111s1x1e5 He 11218 1DIO'IC1C1CC1 l11Cl1t'111V 211111 p11yQ1c2111y C1l1I'1110 11 s St'1y and 111 Ie'11n1ng to dance 11218 161161 ed 11lI11NC11: of the ZlXV1x2'LI'C1l'1CSS 11e 11'1c1 1111611 11e nrst '11111 ed 1111 l1l1f2Il1ll1g good l121tl1I'C and 1115 1b111ty to take 21 Joke 111 the PYOPCI 1111111161 1121s 11121c1e 111111 11e1 1111661 b1 e1 C1-YOHC M21n1f 211e t11e p121et1c211 jokes 11e 1121s 131215 ed 21nc1 111s 211311115 .15 '1 IHIINIL 11218 n121c1e 111111 t11e SOUICC of 1T12ll1V nnexpeated phone e 1115 ICCCIN ed bv the 11ea1t b1e211x1nQ Romeoe of the Old 11r111x Dorm He 11215 bee11 1ery e211 nest 111 11 s QUICIICS and Z1 N611 t11o1o11011 re21c1e1 '1s 11211 bee11 shown by 111g 1xno111ec1ge of '111 t11e 1'1teet 1112Ig'171I1CS C1111y 11 5011 111111 be as thorough 111 30111 21pp11e21t1on to your 11 ork 219 1011 112116 bee11 111 t11e past 21nd keep t2111111g t11e 1111 C1 1xl1OC1xS 111t11 Z1 bn111e llfe holds Z1 Qleat deal 111 Qtme fo1 1011 Honors Se ge'111tatA1ms 22 23 24 Glee C111b 22 23 F11eDepa1tn1ent 23 Poult1yC111b 22 Gmnge 22 23 24 TGIDSICIIOPSHII 24 '-'x IJI so so' ' 4g.,,g.,'..,,i ws. ,b,V I Ulf alight obstruct thy muse, yet stand ' not stvlllf' i But wiml about till thong 71 asf t0pp'd the hill" LOUIS GITNICK, Co-operative Educational lnstitute ' NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. Still waters runs deep, but to this may also be added' they are mighty potential. Lou can 'be characterized as such. From the very beginning he has proven to be a studious and persevering sort of a chap. l-le has devoted all of his time to a study of commercial fruit growing and we feel sure that he will be a successful orchardist. Lou has won for himself many friends at Nyssa by his unassuming and amiable disposition. ' Although Lou's farorite pastime was to wait on the faculty. he has found time to give us a few pointers on table etiquette. So long Lou, the Class '24 wishes you success in all your enterprises. Honours:-Pcgultry Club '22g Glee Club '22, '23g Grange '22, '23, 24: Apple Judging ' eam ' 3. 5 .fx E341 Qi 2 'a mtl' I 1 fifrv an I "v . K - - at V -Lair I x Q3 ' ' y I INN. 'tl f in ' fx-h x gif , V yi S Mg I murmur K' 1 , ,Q .... . tr ,en anna 4 I .. .. I V I l 'D 5 .vid -,QA I j i x 'e t' S, 'z .4 , l' ..15. .31 we is Ylif Y. H ilu Q ,FQ 5-f . z-- 1 .1 IJ we-, I f at 1 il i I will "Climb, though the road be frozzghf' IRVINGNI. COLEMAN, Co-operative Educational Institute . A NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. r It is said that good things come in small packages, and Irving has proven that saying to the letter, for he has "been there" with the goods at all times. 5 Indeed, we do not know what we would have done Without him g for his quick thinking and his rapid fire speeches at the right time has brought us over i many a crisis. Irving is also a hard working and ambitious studentg his scholastic rec- . Ord during his stay at Nyssa show it. "Irv,' has gained for himself the 1 friendship of all those that have comein contactwith him, through his ready 'Z I wit and cheery hello. ' ' ' i in soils, and he is determined to Pl 1 ,L W. Irving intends to take advance stud es D make his goal as ra soil specialist. ' A d good luck. Do not rorget us and old Nyssa. Honors:--Vice-President Student Council '24g Member Student Council '233 Poultry ' ' ' ' ' ' h ean Club '24. Club '22: Cosmop Goodbye, Irving, an olitan Club 22, 23, -24, Tersic or I35l 5-to l r 'll FEP? ' ,3L,jr,'I...."E51f'-f-1-V+ "M -' vr xf:L.1 ll' . 'si rrlfl rl 'rg rlfxl .,,A 2'5- :'f'l fr rl ltd I ilu' , 1 li ll? H1 ,r will M1 Q1 lr 5 1 h 1 ! il l l .4 r ,'5 ,S .ll sir Sv' Jr ease? iilgr -is ri .L , :yur ..-xl Sam Z ,Q lr ---.. - . .N- 4 l r I "He that by the plow would tl1,rz'rve, lmfm- , lf must Ofllfllrffl' holrl 07 do 221,10 bAMUEL GREENSTIIIN Stuyvesant High qchool Q NEW XGRK CITY N X Durrng the 1921 summer vacatron from hrgh school Greenex entered Nyssa as a summer student After returnrng to hrgh school he found the rmpulse of the Agrrcultural C111 too great to restrarn from he theretore decrded to return to Nyssa Berng an arnbrtrorrs Freshman, he decrded to start drrectlx xxrth hrs barn dutres, whrch he completed rn hrs first sex en months at school thus establrsh mg the record trme for nrne barns Whrle on coxv barn he xx as tauoht hoxx to mrlk, and when he took the Exam establrshed the laudable Nrnrlkrrro N record of the rnstrtute by mrlltrng sm cows, grxfrng sexentxf four pounds or lk mr , rn thrrty three mrnutes Through drlrgence and perseverance, he has obtarned '1 stholastrr record xvhrch any man mroht well be Jroud ot entrre school career Greeney berng handrcapped bx lameness but thrt has not prex errtcd hrm from enterrng any sports Z, 1 , an ax eraqe aboxc nrnetx lor hrs A student '1 true friend, and a nran xxe brd xorr Qoodbxc rrr'rx xorr srrr l ceec rn your endeavor as a hx estoclt breeder Honors CTTIHITIDIOH Mllkel, 22 BH111 Duty Record Holder 22 Class Basketball Team 22 23 Grange 24 Lrvestock Jrrdgrng Team 23 Football Trarner 4 Class Baseball Team '23 Basketball Trainer 24 Boxrng Klub 24 uumunnmr mt' U fd 3 c" r x from m-uxxurriwnuxux nuscrtxrtnunp 3f wr' ' I: , . rl: T3 ,,. QC 2 F F' xt' r Z 5 r. I r 'J r"k iii Q.-'Q "7U1'I1'.7 T52 . 2 J L Q- se . , , ' ' 'f ' . if I 1- QQ L if '1 N X 4 4 - - ' be I , T - - 1 A E 5 ' rg: E ,'i - r N 2 1141 7' 7 rg I ' Il ,V ' ' 1 rl: 1 ' 5 ' ll .lpg fr . 531.-, it ll, , - - - cc - ,ra , :Frei n' ' 1 1 3 ' 'x 5 F1 . . . ' s iilfi l W' . . g 5 :lr - . H . A ,, . 1 - . . - Ev S Q ,lr C r 3 1 gli l I I - ' ,' YE " 1 .111 .Q l 1 . u 11- . I 4' . . . - A . . . . 2 rw: - I tr: . . . . I f , - C . r 1 . . . ' V " 1 5" - , 1 . . , ' . rl E 4 ' - - . - - - ' rum r . . . , . HN , x H . . . U I . , 1 . . :xx W R rl Q x Lv . H i ,, . . . 51, lr ' , r qrgi . L, ,r,. r . . . K- -. - . -. . . K ' - X , " ' 4 ' . . ' . l- it ,li . . . . . ' ,wif 'f - I . wg rl . . , , , ,yr-g ,Z I . . C K- 4, t S - S y . . . B: u n 1 , rr , A e ' . ' S jr' . . hwlw ,1 rc . ry ' ' I Y gr if r 1 tx - A 1 - . v - -J I . . L- r 2 1 r 1 rv fe I . . - I ' M r I .- - - he A ' C ! 7 7 l ' 7. 1 Y ' S N' hxr 'Q . . - L . . . 4 I H r - r i - - . , 1 ' ' i.1r'2 I Z- , ' ' ' ' 3 ' - . 1 r . - lr , . , I il ' - - ' - , , . ' A . x ' V T 'if ,I , , , , : - L. rg: . ,JJ r . l ' ' 1 f '. A I t - I . ' H l : V .H . I r I I , I :Y 5 5 I .V 1 ! 5 ' 3 rf ll 5 1 T5 'l r fm " ,MT'1""f:"'T"L"i" ""'fTff , Y 'rr-rn -rwrrtrr lrrm- -- -- V - - , . .. yr . . , , ,, A . . r 1 - f :W - - ,-iii..-...f ....-f.. .. . , 1 'lk ' -r v- ' ' - fe -W- x . , ..,., . . ,. . . ' " -"' "'3f"T5I'i'o: ""j:ii-'-- - -f - :ef - - U ..,-""'- . .. ., , f-'vi--H--rf - ' ' ' , 1 r- . Q. L.. . lTI.4.L .r ,hr 4 ,, Y Nw T x it U .Wa ...-,,,,..,.,,,,, - - . . "' ' ' -- - Sl ' ' -4 -. . . 5 s V A , .I , I rl ' lj 13 I if-+I 'umyii-5 f ' ...Y Xf-Y,, - S -i , I' ts MN . 'V' xi wir' 14 .C . . 1 i , 1 1 - FII I if vii . ,F A, : . fi ' I t , I. f 1 ii Lf: . 3 I I i. 5 y 1 11. 5 I I I I it E I' ll I. 2 .F gy is-. ..- -Q-M ' + r gs -fi Q i Q ' t we 2 .... J y I ,SAK A , M I N t. D ...W ,At , V415 ii if I if 1 ig 1 5' 5 ft it , . . El' . F 1 I: i ' ' It i it 5 v q u I I a . -f. , ...- ,L..,,-Y ps , 'f' ' . 'ffggg' an ll I ' 1 fl l lr. fx, if In :Il Fi i .4 F i 'i HI in 1 . il ill PM it E l-I, gi. ri" elif' QJHM f'Wit7l.. feet thait climb, and latinas mat clfmg, cmd ct heart that fnefuev' forgets tp sing." A HARVEY GRQSSMAN, 29111 Theo. Roosevelt High School J NEW YORK CITY, N. Y. k. Romance "Hy," the class Romeo! His slogan: a new girl every wee and adventure formed a large portion of his scheme of life at Nyssa. Every ' - B nix with a new feminine' scalp Monday found him returning from the ron ' ' h ich a truly rural name to overcome .... dangling from his belt. And wit si His athletic specialty is basketball. He has made his letter in the past two seasons. An unfortunate accident prevented him from making a place ' f his ropensity for sleeping on the football team. Although widely known or p ' ated a sensation by going out and at any and all times and places, he cre ' ' 100- ard dash on Field Day. 'l Copping second place m the y ' ' h f us has not been lulled to s eep "Hy,' strums a wicked guitar. W o o H la s on one or on six strings equally well. by those haunting strains? e p y ' ' - ' VVe can picture him in his nice. We advise "Hy', to go in for dairying. clean barn, playing to his fawn-eyed Ierseys, and getting phenomenal pro- duction. Who can resist good music? ' fisions come true. Adios, Caballero, may your x S uad '22g Football Squad '22g Class ll Team '23 '24' BaSebal1 Cl ' Club '22' Glee Club '21g Fire Honors:-Basketba , , ' ' T easurer '23g Mandolin . ' ' t .tive Recreation Associa- Secretary 22, Class V r Deartment '23g School Orchestra i22g Athletic Ryeresen a tion '24g Poultry Club '21g Terpsichorean Club 24. Ei .,,., S- : .a qu ' :Fe L -2 . gl! 1 ' vi Iii:-r gait: F6 , 1 2' ' : I I I I we I ' iii 1 l i' .ii II 1' I I1 I 2' i'r lr ' ' ll II lil lf: 1' 1, J , 76 jf 'sl I Ng II: li II 'I in I l 1 I M3 l I il ,I fi it I4 N i ii. i H. K. t E tl V 1 EF tl L4 V.-.f f .-431 ,N h .,,..g,b f -fi c :af Lili H lf.: Lf in ,., fi - iff .ll + f , wa "H ,. tf,,,,:'n A H Y . Y. , ,..,,---,l..,..,. ...,.A,s., A, ,, ,,- ,,w,,,,wA , . M, " ' 51,-'lf'-" --Y Y.-fgw...1-Q ,fl -fr V 1 -ff.,-1--fffaffge' ---.':1"1"f7"'f" ffl- I , , ' "" T A ' ji -1'-T I "" .: .Tri "ai 5: :...1j' -'S 17" fu if'-T"71l-fI'T.:::"5,f ' "'f"' " -' ' '-: . ' f' rf' Y - ,Q -.4 ' : .4 -QL Y: ' X' , --f- H----M-e-f1-- l---f JL-4f4if1-QJQLV-42:-2 in '::::L:E.g..':Q:1,574 ,,, fi----V:-vi' gmail -f fs - gm! V F. X .Q i AV -Y ward... :LlVlTf:,,.iv, ., NM .-. ll I i .li 'V il'i lylg, i,1'I 'HH Biff" fly. 4 Vlf.. , . ,IM L g 'D f ' 9 --...j . .Lf 'I ii ft? lr lf El ' ll all sl 34 E? PM 'lil , l. 1 t iv: ' iw' ,J L 'W .-Till, .Q 1 l 2 gil +52 1:5 -' iiiltgl , '11 ff i N- is Q "H is pleasant to Zz?-ue zrherc one is much cleslirecl and more useful." ff W ,W R. KCLLMAYR, CDEX, Evandern Childs' High School 'i ll piiqj, gil WooD1.A'wN, N. Y. 3 ' ij 5 1, ,, ' NVe are sorrylto think of parting from "Reg, or Kollie as he is better known on our campus, one of the best of the many athletes of the senior 'N 3 gi. classf He has not, however, neglected his studies for he has the rare quality of doing many things at one time, and doing them well. r,lX' n 1 . Kollie is an all round colle0'e man and his interests in our Alma Matei' , il 1: is have been numerous and wide-spreading, and one can readily see what he has 3 ,1 2 accomplished in his short stay with us by looking over his list of honors. He likes stock-raising, but we know that any farming proposition Kollie A undertakes will be a great success, especially if he has the right better half V Mg, e know that there will Je many broken hearts both in Amityville and Ti Farmingdale when Kollies leaves us, but we also know that there is a right gfig, one waiting. ' "Au Revoir" to you, "Reg," and may the success you enjoyed with us if pass on w1th you as you exit the portals of Nyssa. ' f ii ll 1 ll fl Honors:-Athletic Editor '24 Nyssag Varsity Club '23, Vice-President '24g Baseball 5 ji: Team '22, '23: Basketball Team '23, '24g Glee Club '21, '22: Football Manager 3 yr, 23g Class President '21, Grange, '24, Fire Department '22: Quartet. '23, '24: , l j Cattle Judging Team '23. Q ll? ln , Q I, ,I E ' 'f l 2 ,,c,, i , 'Xa w.1.:n 1, '.',' N551 QA, I3ll 'S 4 1 1 1 l .2 .21 -1-1 Y ll it 111 .25 11 11 l 1 : 1 L L it gl H .A l 1 . fi . El it -'I-. ? Ei: if . - ri M P E r 1x n 5 J a V1 l. 1. V 1 . 1 ,. 110 '1 WW r I 1 H ii 2-z v 1,. 1 4 B11 im- lit.. ,. El 1,4 P' l '1 1 'fun . . , U I .Ma 1,,..i11if in I, nw V Z is L. v-qi 3 s 5 ' I -V lg Q It It it 1 E MN g 1 i l l i y , 1 KX .iz I x ,gi-its H1JlN,j ,M I EOM if- '. . - , 1, ' L ' - 1 f A' - A ' ' 7 . F' it 1 ' "D0n'tt do today what you can do to- 'l7?,07'9'0'Z1U.7 ' - JOHN LOTTI, Emerson High School WEST HOBOKEN, N. J. V One cold wintry day in December, 1923, there came to our Alma Mater a lanky, bashful, freshman from that great Metropolis "Amityville," The first friend he made was the shortest "Aggie," and wherever you found one you were sure to find the other. Who will ever forget "john" and "Beck" g2lllOping across the campus to class or lying in bed reading the same magazine. In his freshman and junior year. John was a model boy but in his third h' l shfulness and became a popular year he became a true senior, lost all is Ja ' ' ' ' 'll d never tires telling us of his adven- fellow with the girls of Amityvi e, an tures. on that renowned beach of his town during the summer. "So long," John, you have been a true "Agg1e,', and we all wish you the best of luck in anything you may undertake. Honors:-Assistant Manager Baseball '23: Football Squad '22, Junior Varsity '23g Basketball Squad '24g Grange '24g Fire Department '21, '22, wi i V V V .A W HZAM , . WJ- an--0-msn - ' ' ' R 2 .-.JY f -f-Af---'-,,5,:3ggi: :rllifillkai--+.ff-'-w"r"' ""'u V A ,, -iw"-'-N' ' ff . 'X r' , , fa. ritz. "'-f. '1"f,i.i- 'A--. f-- ---' ' ' ag.5:xf".ii. .,.'f. . '--F fitif " fx' '--A7 1 Xt! CQ, ,NH ,fill A iif?l'1" Kim i5i"! 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Previous 53,3 . . - . -'pts to th.s he had been -absent from any school for a period ot eight long years. mfg John was handicapped at the beginning because he had to master the 21953 English language. Throughout his course he managed by conscientious indulgence in his studies to keep pace with the class and in the summer ot . - ' 1 !L' 1922 attained one of the highest averages of the term.. , E353 . . . . . . . 5 -5- Io-hn's amiable character and quiet disposition have won lor him many admirable friends. "0ssi" or "Little John" is known as the strong man of the school: for whenever there iseivork to be done, we hnd him with a willing hand. ready to offer his much wanted services. 1 Q WVhen our jolly friend graduates he hopes to return to his native land fn. and improve the devastated sections of his country by introducing the mod- 'jf' ern American methods of agriculture. ' 5332 . . , , .wg The Class '24 wishes you success in any enterprise which you may under- take and mav your thoughts wander back to those dear friends whom you met at our Alma Mater." A Lili ' F! Y Honors:-Member Grange '24g Fire Department '22, '23, lil ff e i f-lllQfQfQfQQfffff.'l.1IfQ.Qf:'J-'W'-'ff'3e4l?Ev-b,'FFiSll3bl'l:'g7'iiL"'f1Q"''kfili'Q?m:FQ-+wM+1-H-'2 P+-+--M--, Q ---D-1' '- 'i 2' A' ' ' " ii'l i"' s A . 1 x'U'J!7'-7f1f'f1T-E11-iJT51lL2 i'L11x7rmxirxu.Lx,m:nm fa.: if ' ' A r . . vnxrrrrmifmuixkxzirmuiuxmfritaiwninlifivlxntgifixss A , ' ' 1' 1- i A 4 -A V A 1 I-I-01 IP' fs UW I ! i I ,l,9',?1U-4 H NY st 5 A IS I, . .1 57 I I I I ' "Give every man thy ear, but fell' thy voice." 5 I EDWIN J. osTERGREN, fpzx T BROOKLYN, N. Y. ' I "Ed" made sure of his place in our class by coming ahead of time. He f I entered Nyssa on January 3rd, 1921, and has been hard at it ever since, as ' ' his variety of occupations between study hours will testify. j ' "Osty," as some prefer to call him, hails from the foreign country of ' Brooklyn, but we know he has the makings of a real good farmer, the kind our country must depend upon in the future. ' I If dreams materialize, Ed will soon own one of the largest and best- ' managed fruit farms in New York. I Besides winning the coveted "A" Ill baseball, Ed possesses an enviable 'I ability for making friends and we hope he will never forget those with whom I :I I :I I I I I I I II II I I I I II I 'I I I I xg 555 .3 I! I I I I II I I I I I l I I I I I Ii II I 'I -I he has rubbed elbows here at school. V XI I I Honors:-Vice-President Class '21g Baseball '21, Varsity '22 Football '21, '22g I III lee Club '22 '23 Fire Department '21 '22' Member of First Freshman Rules u III G , J - , . 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Hang .gl 11: mpg U -Aw HQ. 5 -32 Q.- -1. 5 SWOSU' S 5':-' -gi QON9 5 "' H-sf-gm ,Lg f-r figi -ig, -- .,..,-Um 3' gg, Q4 2:.::.-rv gg,-gd fflq " ' 1 "'f'f'-'N . 2,3 F-.E O 552' 629' 42 S 22U',3 Swv?-1 - -I - ... 2315 NU' gm 3 T-gil :: O53- fsi A-no H' I-,lgafrlg ..f,':'p7m :ll "Ffh 612. woo 2-1 990 'D fig ,.v-- MQ ff, Q,-+33 :mos i- "A L. -'T I 94" FN sus,-h"J 35, 'TEQHV 'ff-r 4 'w:j"-' UQ:,"..-.C -'af iiiig G.. .D '-"i S' 2975 105' 5: fi 52:73 "SL .Q 'Ir' ftp D :ld A1 .' - ll ,i m,-32 'Sig 3' 72077 3.230 'sl Tuff-+ L. rb fb.,-an m:"rb'-1 95? 1: ,J ig. 1: -' :nf-A, , A ,,A D-:gi A , fi " f W N - '. 91,1 :zl V , 'if ff' ffa , . .,.. . ff. . , 0 U., W A :fi A faxzrL:7fu , rrzu' li i ,Ill ,1 .1 ,, 4, -. 1 , .,, 1 i ls li.. . .............. .... U 1 I 5 I Q I I . I .1 1 v is "Meet all your hardships with a smile." 1 ALEXANDER TRIPPITELLI, Erasmus Hall High School, 11 BROOKLYN, N. Y. 1 Known on our campus as i'Trippe" and off our C211ll1Jl.lS as "Alf, "Trippe" ll 11 1 l 1 l 11 l 1 1 F ll 1 ll' I F 1 l 5' l NZ ,.l if -gs rl A1 1 l ,l L 1 .11 1 hi' .. M1 1 l 'A 551 is one of the boys we are sure will make good even though he does hail from H Brooklyn. I I D Q 1 Once upon a time, there was a "sis" Aggie that called Trippe slow, but QV' we can safely say that she has never been to Amityville, Riverhead and other Long Island towns. VVhen Trippe leaves school there will be quite 'I li a few girls on the Island that will go into mourning. 25411 Trippe's favorite pastime has been to raise mustaches and he may still f it be seen "sporting" a suspicious "down" on his upper lip. Trippe's ambition is to own one of the best poultry farms in the country, .Qtr 1: and towards that aim, he has become one of the best chicken connoisseurs in the school. n W1 So long, Trippe, we all wish you the best ot luck. and may your days in I 'l1 later life he as merry as they have been here at school. Eyl I-Ionors:-Vice-President Class '21g Baseball Squad '22, Varsity '23g Class Basket- il ball '24g Grange '24: Varsity Club '24g Fire Department '21, '22g Glee Club '22g 5w1"l Boxing Club '24, :I QI i lgl ll! ,.,11!, . - . .... v...-H---.s.., '-k, , '1x..15fL "', T A:Qj1'L'G "" gg,g.eS.ii.1L:iEg15,4-z::z.5141:4:L:.::gL?1fj'Qii2i.I:gga:.'.bE5E5 LAN W.W--..u..W,.. -. - ,,.... .1 ---W-A-M W F431 ,v l I l I I I l I 1 , 1. I 1 E 1 I 1 1 1 11 I L. 1 ,I ,l 1 I I1 l I 1 E I l , 1: 5 ll ' l l F55 af .1 W5 1 .- , 3. i -1 li 11' "1 ,,. ali' A i as . W 1. E ' I ll E li E 1Q 5 L If i 1: 11 lj 2 l, .3 g QE 1 1' E . . , 2 xl 1 I. I, .ll 1 14212 '1 if' l X1 I, L. I. 1. 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Another historical date shall be set when "Ned' leaves us, following the well-trodden footsteps of his brother "Van," who three. years ago had. come to this same road. How well "Ned', has bu1lt up from the foundation so We sodidly set at Nyssa by his brother, until now, to our regret, it musttconie to an end. But "Ned" tells us, that it Won't be long before another "X an shall be added to the list. A smaller brother is finishing off high school and will be with us soon. He has a bright future before him it he can follow the noble work done by his predecessor. "Ned," l.ke his brother, was one of the finest athletes that ever fought mi . - L Q-it for Nyssa. He captained the basketball team last season and had results NE never before accomplished by an Aggie quintet. Look at his list of honors and satisfy yourself that he did play an active part in the Institute since his entry. iw .NH Goodbye, "Ned,,' and may the measure of success follow you through life as it did at old Nyssa. ' Eg Honors:-Football Varsity '21, '22, Baseball Varsity '22, '23g Basketball Varsity '22, '21, Captain '23g Varsity Club '22, '23, President '24: Grange '22, Steward '23: Fire Department '22g Recreation Associiation '223 Treasurer Class '2l: Q,"l Apple Judging Team '23. Ni, ,. . wt 3 S 'gif ' TT'i'i"i Nw ' l..'.,'-.....,..t 'o 'o it A- is A A WJ Lrliirrli-Q'u41L1:t1.rtL.:o:m ZliT1,5.QJil'?T fl f Qn2iTv.:'wtfrm121ngYQQ1 Qy1iggQftQgQ,1ff,QfiQQQlfi5'.QvM I -Hl ............... Q H U S 4 I i g l i I , 0 . , , - 1 B I , . 1 I I . 1 I I . T .. 1 . I , ,ii 1 a e- E1 1 5 I Q 1' ll 1 li 1 'I if A' if 'I Sl gl 1 l E I El ',L if E I 3? ti sal 3.3 if if! 115 ,,-. I E, 1 1 I EI l gl :1 i 1 ,1 '1 1 I 1 l I I 1 in 1 .41 A I "Know Thyselff' SAMUEL WEissRos, Patterson High School PATERSON, N. J. lt has been the singular fortune of our class to have amidst us the in- domiable spirit of Sam. He may claim the distinction of .being the most ' ambitious and perservering student. These traits have justly brought him the highest scholastic honors at the institute. He bids fair to run away with the bacon in the end. He has also given a good account of himself in athletics, although handi- capped by an injury. Sam has devoted most of his energy to landscape gardening and we expect to hearlof him soon as a successful landscape gardener. As a side line Sammy indulges in writing, and he certainly wields a "wicked.pen." M 3521 Farewell, and good luck to you, "Sammy.', Don't forget to boost your Alma Mater when you write your first book. f ,1 Honors:-Campus Editor Furrow '21, Student Association Editor '24g Football 1 1 Squad '21g Baseball Squad '23, Mandolin Club '22g Cheer Leader '23, ,242 Glee Q Club '22g Circulation Manager '24 Nyssag Cosmopolitan Club '22, '23g Fruit . Judging Team '23. ' HE I ll iii' i lil ,DJQALL ...N ...,.,,,,,,v,-F U-7 . g,a....-,...l,....- .. L., ,gg.,g,f vg.-W I-f fe-f --e f- 4-'-ff -'ft'-r .':1i,. . LH-- ..-.... .-. aa--. . it T Nil ,Ml:1k.,.LiY"-,Qf 7"j4QQgEesne:nr-za. w e ' ' ,WY - ,f . mf' ,,,,,,,,,. -far f-N.-5.---Y----Y 'i V" ., .-J, ,, i.,:f -7 , l I .r, .r, . -1 ,ya .14 7 l 'ill ., , ll , , I A, ,A, C, , 1 ,,,,Hff,gg. ,fail ,I :Y T K 2 is -4, sl' i:DV'yfQ,M i 3,jg5ggK,5'2Z3ig I . ,Q pil, l , ,il 1 .-xp if ff ijif' gli illgil illryx' Si till If C zglg f if lflllg A r frm: ' ll mi g if fill? J As! 3 H, r if fill? l ' 2' itll? W rj gilfti L I ifllj ll ll lllli ll sl :Illia 3: U lflw Hi ll ll rf ll F Q1 2155 " il F .4 si l iii k lil - - t, as "They shall not paste!" . Q Q ,lf OUR FACULTY, Vaseline College Q l gli , X l if 4 - UP-STATE if u , Y lllpfg ,Q 1 "Pac" came to Nyssa from some remote, mountainous section of New I A ' - ' l 'H fl York called, Up-State. Like most freshmen he was a modest, unassuming li ' chap. However, his presence was felt. gj"t ,Q His specialty, while in school, was barn duty. He was, what might be ME Z ,f termed, a barn duty fiend, being found at different barns at most unearthlv to 2 ' . ' M9 l hours. Our beloved Faculty was always there before us. vlgg I He has vigorously denied being a "lad1es' man," although every Junior ' Prom or Senior Ho saw "lilac" escortin a brand new 0'irl. Vg 5 . . . .b ,E Concerning athletics-Pac has made good in inter-class basketball, lifg g ' . . . . . If ' ll though a trifle heavy. He also wields a mean tennis racquet, especially in if g ' if a mixed two-some with our fair stenogs. W L' Fac has confessed to an ambition of running the biggest agricultural I college in the world. We feel confident that he will be a great success in this ' ' ti ld f " ' e o endeavor if he but accepts our advice on how to lun it Good luck to vou Fac M f that sporty roadster ay vou spin thru life as meiiilx as you dld in Honors Cha. a Sllpol visor Dorm No 0 mplon Flunkel 22 23 4 Il1lL81 Class Basketb ll 93 W! .nm TQIQ 4- r 1 I-H l I ll AA it N X W-nf' IE.,- . .......... . .... .... ............. . ....... . ....... - ........................ . ............ . .. .. 4-4, -,V ,.'.!f-a.,.-..-+,a..+:.e5.:.--L-4Q::.'-..- ,a'k'f"l'. , 12-Nui-?-E-1-'22--4----i'+-'-Q-Gglfr-HM' 29' 'ii ' ' "' i , , I E' 'E .lv Sc-:mor Class Hlslorq , 9 . I l Our eminent editor-in-chief descended on us in the midst of a certain I fascinating game and left orders for us to hand in two pages of Senior history immediately. Now to sing two pages of praise for '24 is, on the face of it, , I a compartively facile undertaking. In fact, we believe two pages entirely - inadequate to iittingly describe a class so distinguished in scholastics, athle- 2 5 tics and social activities. " According to precedent, it is usually customary to start such a work as this at the beginning. Very well, we shall commence at the start. Referring to statistics we find that Class' '24 entered ,Nyssa about three years ago. This consisted of two groups: upper '24, which entered in March, and ,lower '24, who came in September. . As Freshmen we speedily adjusted ourselves' to our new surroundings and began to participate in campus activities. We early distinguished our- selves both in athletics and in scholastics. We were the first class to be officially and publicly initiated, and put under Freshmen rules. That first year was a period of constructionflaying the foundation. A In our Jnuior year the two sections united, to make one of the best classes that S. I.'A. A. has ever turned out. We were the foremost class, that year, both in sports and studies. Our pride at this achievement was somewhat dampened at the loss of a few of our best men, during a certain cloudy period of that school year. This loss has been somewhat made up for by the addition of Lotti, Greenstein, and Osipoff. Gur Senior year at college is one that we shall never forget- a year of study, preparation and achievement. Here are some facts of prime importance: 1. To parents and faculty: Qaj Class '24 has the highest, long distance class average ever attained at Nyssa. 2. To Alumni and undergraduates: fab The basketball team has thrice been captained by '24 men-Foster, Van Pelt, Daniels. . Qbj It has been composed, in the past two seasons, almost entirely of members of our class. Qcj NVe have in our ranks three three-letter men-Pollet, Van Pelt, and if Kollmayr. fdj We had six men on the 1922 Varsity football team. j qep Eight '24 men were on the 1923 nine. 1 NVe are proud of the following men: 'I l gre? S, -.m,,,..,,--.u.,......a X41--,,,.l..,m: ..ff:rr7,14d1..Z.,L'-g..s7,-'zrxfff ,gy-....gr.""H-'f"....a-.f.,4af'1-141-vfwU'9-1 -'-' " 1"-'ff A' - ' " f47l 1 W M 1 3: 1 1 , V if, KY 1 i, ,- i I W i I ' A W , a ' ig Q VW It 1 X : I! gl 7' 'Q Ur!! 5 I w , gif ag 4 v 51 Nj WUI 1 F ' X' Elf .g rl. H' M if ,v ' a -o if gi! swaoq OWEN vw ' si 1 Nh , al E: T , :aku NT-'LSCO He Of B M26 ask Ii 1219 f up Qin Pff r Rf! QQ?-3 UM 'GF 0 , Jig-xg Blfdg of - QL ' Q yG gs ., 4 . I :sg L . :Ye I L- L V 'J x ' ff 5 L -55 3 Ll. ' -iii 5 TV QQ: ,f, J' '52 55V wi EWR QQ S El , 5: E -E352 I ' ' J 'W-4 E K YYILV 0 Tet , Exi P5 TQ 5 " - .ffl-3. E ' 1 fl . M AW, H '3 it Fl' Kgfffwipgiii 1. ii Q i ' a 1 , jx v L x The 5 P limi 1 f WC' 1??Zef.GWiT, f A M 71 OWS? 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Junior Class Historq p The spring of '24 finds us closing the second year of our stay at Nyssa, with the same hope and enthusiasm that accompanied us at the first forma-' tion of the Class of '25. J Our class history is a wide and varied one, the class being composed of three sections, the hrst entering in September, 1922, the next in December and the last in March. Soon after our entrance the historical "initiation" took place, at which we, 32 strong, were rounded and polished to the complete satisfaction of the then, Junior class. Despite the fact that our class entered in sections, we soon showed our ability by defeating both the Seniors and the juniors in inter-class basketball and by having over fifty per cent of the class scholastically mentioned. It took some time for fthe various sections of the class to get together but we finally decided that "united we stand, and divided we fall," and in the fall of '23, undertook our first great problem, together, which was the initia- tion of the Freshmen. I We had not yet forgotten the trials and tribulations which we had been subjected to, and we decided that this would be reciprocated to the full extent of our ability. The initiation proved to be a huge success and brought forth acclamation from the various members of the school. We are now arranging for the annual "junior jromf' It is to be held at i': 48171 1 1 I 1 I I I ' 1 J 1 I I 1 ' 1 1 I I I In . 1 11: I P! I .I I I I I I 3 I 1 1 the Hotel McAlpin and by all accounts, promises to be the best ever held in the history of the school. Our class has not as yet turned out any outstanding figures in athleticsg but a fair percentage of all the Varsity teams have been composed of Juniors. Borer, has made his letter in two major sports at the school and Sorg in one. In scholastics, however, Smythe, one of our eminent juniors, has emergedwith the highest school honors for three successive terms. It is with a great deal of regret that we bid farewill to the Seniors. VVe are grateful for the assistance and advice they have rendered us. May their I1 23 la 12 ri In Ii lj ll 111, I I 1 f A 1' ll life at Nyssa lead them to greater and nobler things. I 1 VVALTER KNUDSQN, I I I Class Historian. 2 X I Ii l I ' lk . I li 1 NI I I 1 I 3 2'3i'373j?7fr.:f-s-'sv-if-,-qt., Y -7:,,.1. A , .,2- .-, , g 3 , , 7 ,,--- .'-- 1- ,-f- V 7 visqri 11':r::f'1TW -,'1fj'1T2''Tfjigisziliif-IT2?!si5sief-ZQ3b3".2Ilf23f3'sfZi7fill-.7'lfiiffil3ifEI gq3i7 i-"1 ' "" s"'t I I 1551 A - ..Y. ,.:1. ,. . I. 'W' 'If 1 I 1 I 1 ..-1 s I I ,, 11 .4 I .,1 I X1. I-1 11,1 I I I - 1 I III Ir. I L 11 I I 111 I 1 .I 1. 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It was, indeed, a strange and delightful sight to us city boys, a good many of whom had never as much as seen a live pig. Four and twenty strong came We, from all parts of the continent-from far-off Canada to sunny Mexico. Four and twenty different shapes, sizes, lengths, breadths, soon moulded into four and twenty real Aggies. It is with deepest regret that we must say that there are no female students in our class. Being Freshmen, we are used to disappointments. The Class of '26 looks back on thepast year with a great deal of satisfac- tion. Of our athletic prestige we are especially proud. Ten of our yearlings made the football squad. They were O'Shaughnessy, Dowd, Hopf, MacNeill, Wehle, Wickers, Kriska, Weinberg, Smeltzer and Garcia. While none have made the Varsity basketball squad, we have, nevertheless, started a Fresh- man team, which has been a great attraction to Varsity games, and its potentialities speak well for Nyssa's future Varsity team. And now with a mingled feeling of dismay, surprise, and humiliation, we think back with a smile, to the initiations. So well was it inflicted, that for all times to come shall we remember our Alma Mater through it. Per- haps the less said about it the better. We have learned how sticky molasses can be, and how greasy pigs can be. Some of us are still looking for our shoes. We shall enjoy initiations much better next year when we are the inflictors rather than the recipients. We elected our class officers as follows: O'Shaughnessy, president: Dowd, vice-president, Hatter, secretary, and Meyers, treasurer. Under their able leadership we acquired the true "Aggie" spirit at an early date, and supported our upper classmen most loyally. To the Class of '24 it is with the deepest regret that we must say fare- well. To us poor, lowly Freshmen, you shall always stand as a model of a true, snappy Aggie class. We will be glad to hear from you about your successes in the future. We hope it shall be "au revoir" rather than "adieu.', Goodbye and good luck, and may God be with you. ALFRED MEYERS, Class Historian. , , ., , vie---.. wWf-w.+-..--nha-- .W ,.,,,,. - .riff - .,., , , , . . f59l Yinri N Y Y , MV -H E ' ,yA,,,. , P,.,, di iv.,-,f,,..,f, V -"+R , M, 15 '1l.,f,f'f.',QfQ,.L.if Tf N gf 14 A 1 VAX rx X U w 'f iff ,Vw V, K V b., .f yx.:g,f 7' , I-, ,4.... f V A- . .- If--f ,A x ,fu f. ,, I-,.,5, 1 -Lzfgcv . rf- -, -M 4 1 , f . W X 4. ' '-2 ' LJ., 1 -wg ,5L.,f,.,,.1. VV ----,,4w --- if - V ----A-V . ,,. ,Q . V I vc- we QAM, ee The bfq cheese Q Ge! your Nd!! ' v Q pun I ffgm- iwf x K2 0- .V 'L 'Z f 2 - ttf X K ' ' m , xf Q5-' 1 . f " :N C 4 WNV W , 3 . -1 5' ' gg!-1 .A ,. 'R Junmp , X.7hm,l Thbvde ihP? '1 fw. s, , gf f "I ,x N V' F Vs ri: 3:35-4 ,J 15 ifaii- 1,1334 f ZQTQ 'ff 31 L1 Hg, 1 '59 j . ie, 5 IE! H s I. L, ha ,,g , H ii 6 lqlJ egf 5 .1 -1 H, '3 5? J., :vf il 'E' I, l NIJ fE 11 42 1: lm .5 xx J: 51 f U.. Y. Qs F? f FN 4 W wi W .. 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If you did, then rest on your laurels, And know that with you 'tis well, Though you may not play like a master, Nor fight like a fiend of hell, And naught will be set against you In the great and final score, ' When the game is won, And the fight is done, And we rest forever more. : I . V. 5. . .IH ,,. 'L in ji.: L -251 , .J V I5 I: Fl 1: I II i I , 'E I I, V ,I- I I I ' 1 1 II eggy 19 2.1-flu NYSQSA M 'f ,I "' I I - ,, ! , I J I I f I III I I 't 2 I : , I I 1 I I L f Q I I gl :I I I I ,I I ,L Exj ,I ml ,I I 'ern-v - ,,..., W '37, Y ,WN Y Wai:-A, ,7:,,,,,.,e,1D,..-- 1--W - , 41.,,,C,.:fw L ,fn-,. , .. .fine as ,. 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A The Class of '24 regrets that we must say "Au Revoir," but we know you will remember us, and we surely will often think of the three short years We have spent with you. f We must be consistent with the times, and pass out like those who have gone before us, but we leave, feeling, that the success of future "Aggie" teams is Well taken care of in the hands of the coach, who has been "one of us" during our short stay with him. E II D, Ir V II A SA of Is-i z lysj I I 5 I : , ,I I V ? E I! E :I 2 E I I I ' I 5 I I , li - - - y - ' - L 5: . , I 'I ' J 1 2 ' : I I ye I, II Iv I I I I I ji I 9 I1 I Q If, It p 'N I ,I 1 - ri ' ff-X , , , -- - - ... .:-3 'warm A+ ,A 'ff-. . - - 'Wi 55? 'kffzrwff-,,,,.,, H. .,.---,ff-fq-re:-f im mx'--I '1-f,g,FTp3Tf-354-, 9 IMI --ffl1':'f,l5ffl' .. wil 'firm' . :Zi-V: L-L:-34--1.:2fI,I.afg::3Lxv:Q:: gg.:91L.L:sQQi7.3ig'k ..:'- ' u -u. Ti-rg-4 -,ur - - , W . . .L+,.m Q,--.,m..- ,,,,,,373g,-77'Qf- ,, ,, if 5651 .1 Lfxf ., ' l l , X I 3 I 1 fl L J. X ,f ,N ,. a 1-N - i i' .1 - f" '-" ' 'A ,, Q. f 1 ,V X 5 1, , s... v' ff, f 1-. a' J---- 1 3- -fi 1 1 I Cs 1f---- " X A -A , rug, , , X, ,W ak, Y, t I MY: ,, 5.,LQ.A ,.. ' ll? El ll ,tix itil 'l is ii ll il . ' lnter-Scholastic Track meet 5 . Ml ' The second year of the Inter-Scholastic Track and Field Meet was again l held at Nyssa, and proved to be even more of a-success than the first one .i xvas,ifthat can be possuie. ltxvas hekk to deternnne vvho should be the ii holder of the prize loving cup offered, for the coming year. The cup will go 1 to the school winning three meets first. il , , . if The meet attracted over a hundred high school students from the various ,l high schools on the Island. They were our guests for two days. The eve- ,5 ning before the events a barn dance was in order, and the hay was removed I fronithe haynunv of our cowfbarn,the Hoor pohshed,xvaHs decorated and if electruzlights did their share to brighten things. 'To the surprise of aM cd tQ 1lS,thCfC vvere niore of the gentler sex present than ci the other,xvhich, of ff course,nnade hnfthe success ofthe dance,a1nL erha s,zdso for Une dorvnfah , P P :' of man worth athletes on the field of com etition the followin da . . Y' Y P S' Y Wi The events were run off like clock work, opening with a bang, when ja SutmnwdsoriBrennaru none other than our coach, Hred the shot for the 100- i yard dash, and closed with cheers from twenty different high schools as each 1 . . . . . . ,I of its winning competitors received his hard earned reward. yi The following of the high schools, certainly did give the meet the color- ing of an olympic game, and we hope it shall repeat itself, this coming year. J iwierneetrius year has been proruninced the bestthat has ever been held I here.. The enthusiasm displayed' was of the best. The principals and teachers who were at the meet, expressed themselves' as 'well satisfied with the way the various events were run., The Supervisor of Athletics, VVard f Brennan, whose energy and wise planning made the meet the success it was, 1 canne in for his share of the praise. More events of this kind will make Nyssa known, to those it is intended A- toloeneHt,antlassistrnaterkdly uiincreasing the suident persoruieh 1 . f F I l I 1 I 1 1 F' I I K M in www-wav:-:vw :annum 4: -rrsnazcxr-a::r:a:a'asnam.ac4v.a.4n,.m.w:a4.-await... ,, Q-l?:-1.5 " """" ' """"""' "-' - ----.-.--..-........ . ...........,.,. , ,.,, gx--lqn---l- f66l 1 S, A f ' bmi is-W " 16-2- 1 xxx ' Raw Xxx- Amxxxgxiy X X x, . H , 1 1- XXX HxX?'KXqXzQx I. X xHx'Wffli6 J:?C5 , X QB . ' lv Q 11:52:12 ' I Ny' ' xg EQQ XQBAQM' Liiiqfx 43:39 4 .I 1 ' I g.-- tj i, , xxsil: d. V!- ,nn 6' Yam ' if f V 1-,pil ,eh , mx-f 'flu' 11' -1 - .i"1' ' Wir! Q , if 'H .IM W If ,ffflllf Li - ."' 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A I69I .. . l- -- W k--- -- ef--Y '- "vt V -mi , A ,gb - ff--A '- A f fl s - ' -- X- T X. f -2 , rs ':-.::i1:.1',v4'.i':' ' Baseball . The 1923 season opened the latter part of March,,when the call for candidates was sounded by Coach Ward Brennan. T Of the previous season's team, three veterans remained, Foster, Van Pelt and Kollmayr. Although the nucleus was small, no difficulties were encountered in constructing a team, for there was a wealth of material, mostly reserves from the seasons of '21 and '22, But the team met withreverses from the beginning of the season. until the end, and never had a chance to get started on the path to victory. Due to inclement weather the team was slow rounding into shape, and lost its opening games. Then, unfortunately, we lost our veteran pitcher, B. Goerke, through an injury to his pitching hand.. The twirler's burdens fell upon H. Krantz, a substitute pitcher of ,2l. Although, he did well, the team could never find its right footing and succumbed to its more experienced opponents. Looking over the list of Varsity men and substitutes it can readily be seen that practically the entire infield and battery ,will be missing from the line-up this coming season, due to graduation, set at an earlier date. The men of"24 only regret that they cannot stay in order to complete their third year of baseball, and help give Ward Brennan, our worthy coach, a team he will be proud to call his own, and to avenge some of the defeats administered to us' this past season. However, that would not be consistent with Father Time who is calling us onward, so the best we can do is to wish Ward Brennan the best of luck, and that he builds up a team, with the little material he has, worthy of our Alma Mater. It is a difficult proposition, but Coach Brennan has solved many of them for us while we were in his charge, and we hope he will solve them for the coming classes, also. 4-HQ 'rf H ,ll ,, TE l fi? 'KY' ,. 'Hi ,, .TV pb will V. ll ,- ill E U J 5 ll' FE sg' F' 5' In A ,:1.' in I JZCEY , L I . I!'J'T1TL'H7TTJ'ILrf73'rf?7' . 8 " '!'?1F9!!1l!.1E " " ms N s""'s ' S" , - ------ V . .,. '-'.."1 :'u.:r.-:.1'.:1. ..... .. ....... . .. ..... ..... . ....,... ., ., I k f70l emi 'I 1' Qtaa . NY SIA if A 2 ....-............... Baseball Games NEW YORK AGGIES VS. WEBB INSTITUTE In the opening game of the season with Webb Institute of New York, we bowed to our superiors after a hard struggle. Our team scored two runs in the initial inning, but were held scoreless the rest of the game by the fine fielding and pitching of the Webb aggregation. The game ended 4-2 in Webb's favor. NEW YORK AGGIES VS. AVIATORS In our next game, we were defeated by the strong nine from Mineola. The game was an exciting one, our team leading up to the ninth inning. A rally in that inning by the Aviators netted them four runs, a lead which was too much for our boys to overcome. Our battery of Goerke and Kolly fea- tured. They held the Aviators for nine innings and scored all our runs, a single by Kolly followed by a double by Goerke in the seventh and ninth innings scoring our lone two runs. Nilson, pitching for the Aviators, was the main factor in their 4-2 victory. NEVV YORK AGGIES VS. SAVAGE In what has proven to be one of our best home games of the season, the Savage team of New York were victorious by a 5-l score. Their scoring was all done the second stanza of the game, when Krantz, pitching for us, after making a sensational start, fanning two out of three men "blew up" and was found for three timely hits. From then on it remained a pitcher duel between Eulbion of Savage and Goerke, our veteran pitcher. Georke had the better going of the two, but our hits were scattered and our men stranded on bases each inning. l'ollet's hitting and Fostefs fielding shone for the Aggies. l71l I f F E I C . Q-,x .IJ .N .I , . 'E Ta , I 'tru'"""'sf""""""'':""f "' 1" "'"""f'T""I"""""""""KT""'W"I"i''TI' .. f if fi-fly:g'+-Qglfgnzxn.-.aiiiziiiz.. 'fl F-r ..,.,k. . ., n fx-1. I I -I I I I I .9 II I I IN .H II II .I I 'I I ,lx I-. . I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I QI' .I I II I I I Y . K I , K- ., .K I-X. . , II,-5.-f,,.f, s I ,. ww- . - ' M"N W f "' "" ' I' I' 'SI ,311-2 1- ii XI I- J X! 1. 3 1' -, 34,34-is '3 ,I-,X ,lg.I.'-574 gjizfg, .,.A,,..,, f I "fi '- QP Z. '-Sr I N I ew! 'lui gizgfgigs-L2-5 I',,fL1fij'flfv.e..l:1LE2-'f'2ii55-9354 J -A..-A-T.-.-A-1-e---44-4--A-,XL.4:r::::1t4fT'-1'--ft:-.Lr:::-:'-TIL" H WII I NEW YORK AGGIES VS. DREXEL . 'After a tiresome trip to the far-distant city of "Philly" we matched our p II wares with Drexel Institute. WVepWere well matched. We were the first to I I score, but were equalled by Drexel in the same round, and added to it in I II succeeding innings up to the eighth when they led 3-1. Timelyhitting by II Van Pelt, Poster and Kolly resulted in three runs for us and the lead. They tied it with a run in the eighth and slipped the winning run across in the ,EI ninth, and what had been shaping itself for a hard earned victory turned to I disheartening defeat. Foster led the heavy. "sockers" of the day with a I single, double and a triple, while Capt. Hagen stood out for Drexel. III. A .I I il - It NEW YORK AGGIES VS. PRATT . On April 28, the team traveled to Pratt field, our old rivals, and met with defeat, 7-Z. Pratt was especially strong at the bat and overcame us largely by their fine hitting. The feature of the game was a home run by Charles of Pratt, with two men on bases. Foster did good work for the Aggies, getting a single and a double. 13.25 A I r fl NEW YORK AGGIES VS. ST. FRANCIS, UPSALA, AND BROOKLYN f ' C. C. N. Y. il . In loosely played games we lost to the afore-mentioned teams, their I I fine batting and timely fielding proving our downfall. Our fielding was good, I but we failed to impress with our batting and that accounted for our boys I being' at the short end of the scores. u I 1 I .Q , coNcLUs1oN ,I If scores shall label whether a team is asuccessful one or not, we must 'I remain silent when our standing is discussed in baseball. But there are more Ig things than mere victories that go for success, and we should feel proud of . our 1923 team, even though many defeats were chalked up against them.: ' I for the spirit they have shown in the race of so many defeats. ' I I It I 5 I I I ' I 3 I I I 'I I ..... I -I I ' 3 4 I72I qf. i XQ- 4-SK W ,K 5 X S , 'N . N51 6 ag PTPA ' 'D"5' 1nl u gg-I I ", N I'-5 ' .'." ' , ,' ' Lf N - .. . W Q ff Q 9 X5 E Iss I III I IA-V Q-uf, II X I I I , IIIIII .II II I E . 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A schedule had been arranged which included all of our old rivals, and ll three neumxnners,lEast Stroudsburg of Paw St.joseplfs of Tdnladelphia and Ll St. john's of Brooklyn. These, to our great regret, 'all had to be cancelled. il ltxvas a probleny but our coach solved.iL thru his ever dreless enknt to A keep the green and.vvhnf:vvhereit behonged,in the Held of cohegiate sport is fk caH vvas naade for candidates,zund the enthusiasnixvas so greag that it was decided we should have a team after all. Four games were scheduled and this created a still greater interest in the formation of a team. ,Q Soon the familiar "Aggie Greenbacksl' could be seen doing their daily dozen out on the field, and it was pleasant to see the spirit Captain Brennan flip had inspired in our team and the confidence they enjoyed in him. Those are Q Uvo ofthe nunn dungs udnch constuute'MJthe successci any aggregadon . of players, and, therefore, We must give honor and credit where due. This I ive also ovve to: f jack Iknleg captani and coach of the teany vvho lead the teaniiriits ll struggles this season. He rose to the highly honored pedestal of captaincy dj lay sheer grnzaiui deterrninatnon. 'VVe sincerely regret that he vvas not able T to enjoy the fmlns of hnslabors by estabhshing a vicunious teanr Thvo j years ago vve hountllurn as ugreenn to foodnah as he vvas Hfreshn in school Q 1Xtthe end ofthe Hrstseason,lunveven he shouwxlto good advantage and 'Q the second was easily the best in the line. This year's performance puts him I in line for our own "Hall of Fame", for he played one of the best games ever 1. witnessed on an "Aggie" field. lj It is with an undisguised feeling of satisfaction and pride that we look 5 back at the season of l923,zu1d nnarvel at due Hne sphit and sportsnaanship if shown by the boys who participated, and it is the utmost wish of the Class j of,24 unlqyssa and to our fdend VVard Brennan,that dns sport ndh con- f thnieto prosper atthe school 5 . I pl I 1 .... ' il' l76l - -W .19-2.4. NYSSA Wg Football Games NEW YORK AGGIES VS. MITCHEL FIELD The Aggies played the first game of the season with the Mitchel Field Aviators, finishing on the short end of a 7-O score. A hard struggle was put up by the green-jerseyed lads but due to just this greenness the game was Zost. The team as a Whole displayed a fine brand of fighting football, with Captain Jack Pollet, the only veteran on the team, as the backbone of the Aggie defense. Were, O'Shaughnessey and McNeil also deserve mention for their aggresive and untiring efforts to make the game a win. Our Fresh- man backfield played a fine game and in the future we hope to see that extra punch that scores. . ' NEW YORK AGGIES VS. WEBB INSTITUTE The second game of the season was looked forward to with a great deal of interest, for the student body could not but admire the pluck and spirit that the team had put forth against the Aviators. made up as it was of practically all Freshmen. Although the game was lost. the Aggies did not disappoint their followers, putting up a battle that was only overcome by the greater experience of the opponents. It was also demonstrated that the Aggies were capable of working the aireal game. Through this a rally was staged in the second half, starting with a forward pass from Pollet to Borer, and then an end run by Borer bringing the ball to within l5 yards of the Webb goal. On the next play, Pollet came through with a crashing line plunge. Wfith but live yards to go the XYebb defense stiffened and the Aggies were unable to make the goal. Borer. O'Shaughnessy. XYere and McNeil played a line game with l'ollet once more the mainstay of the team. The game ended with the score 20-O. .- -- s .-S 'Ms ., .- -,... a+.--.+ia.....-..........l......t.:...-,:g:Lf"2g1LLg..:i.1.'::?, L-Tlilli."..':'Z:fXf:.,..,lv.- - ...- - , Qlit. ji l77l ..s..,a..W......ag1.Qs3s,rf',.-3z.t.Qgaggceggisaggggiggggggi .. 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McNeil booted the pigskin over for the extra point. - , The full offensive power- of the Aggies was demonstrated time and again by our fast backs, and Pollet's plunges through the line for repeated gains. McNeil, Were, Borer, and O,Shaughnessy were good for repeated gains past the Soldiers' defense. The linemen also played a stellar game, breaking up the opponents plays repeatedly. Notwithstanding the Aggies fine game they were scored upon three times, the Aviators breaking through-by sheer weight, outweighing our men 15 pounds to the man.- NEW YORK AGGIES VS. COOPER UNION INSTITUTE In the last game of the season our rivals of former years, Cooper Union, were encountered in a hard fought game at Flatbush Oval, Brooklyn. Al- though defeated the Aggies made the game a closely contested one, loosing numerous chances to come within scoring distance by bad breaks and inop- portune fumbling. The one outstanding play of theday was a thrilling run by Van Pelt for 35 yards after receiving the ball on a forward pass from O'Shaughnessy. Although the ball was only ten yards from the Cooper Union goal the light Aggie backfield was unable to penetrate the stonewall defense of the Cooper line and the game ended with the Aggies on the short end of a 25-O score. ' ll KJV if -I 78 .xl ,,f , l.'.4. 2, . .5 I!" ll, if ff ,,. l l l l ill! flllt Sllll! llil: lllllll if E Wil? :Mm 'jj 'T . 1 ll sill ml r'I-1 ll I ll- 3 ln. ' .ll 'EEL 4,1 il ll N lfll DITEQ I Ah: lL'UIII ll' 12 .ll Ill llf ul. ng, 'C7 alll ll IQYICL. l.' . 'v l 'I ,Ii I I W, W l ! ll, ll rl EQ. .5 ' 3 L4 f-0 gg' J'-I I -.. E gi Fil 1 li W Wa W l H, 5 'I 2 fm-ar C .L '1 ui ? vu 'N' af.: ::::::1:uncN'4 'uf ,fi-. ,v I. - . 41334, . I ' ' 1-41' - 1 qp' Q' x x 7435. 'V J., I 9 . 1 522 lg- ,.v N - '41 '42--".' 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Thanks to our coachis tireless efforts, arrangements were made for a hall in Amityville, all of our home games being played. there. So far this season the team has had its victories and defeats. But every student of Nyssa has a right to be proud of the team, in spite of the reverses they have met. They did not win all their games, but this they did do- they fought for Nyssa, every game, and every minute of every game. They came back harder when the score of the opponents began to mount. VV'e were proud of the boys in green when they met Cooper Union and walloped them, and still strong for them when they lost to St. Johns. No Aggie could fail to be proud of the team which played the Crescent A. C. They hit a team known to be bigger and better, and it was their first game, but they didn't stop. They fought hard, and didn't quit when the scoring went wrong. We lost, but lost fighting every inch of the way. Isn't that enough? XYe're proud of them. They have yet to play half the schedule, and we know it shall only be the better team which will come out on top in these games. Gui' spirit is with you. Good luck. -Y...--.. - .- A. -N,,f- , - f Lf fy N -Tflliflffiifl 'J' JT:.Qii.1Ei33i::1?j?.17521LIJZT 'f"'f?'i1'5':'-' "" 1 TTTTQE1 -lff --'l 2 ilk I bv- -7 A ,Q mfg' --- .., ...,......--A,.......-.----- -J, ,1.7MM,J , ,.v vi: WV 1 V ,,-.,,i,,,,,v,,,-Fr U., ,-,iiv1NfT,:i:iTTljK, ,kt -T, ,, V811 H , , - , y f-' -W' '-""""" """" "W" '-""vi"41i"'I:Lfjfl'T "I" . ' 21: P L.,.-..-.L-+.4L:' SQ-Yi. ,. - 'fail' I-Uv " 'J'l ""' J' V V 1 fu if 1, ki " 'MX' "D ' X ilxf Cx 'S . Na IJ F' ' X, ' ""' 3lT.?211,i:L.I"" IUQLTTS ,l ,Qi I U-M -L EJ gl, -5- Lxwl 3 CQ Q ll-K -' i --'QQ -- , Basketball Games NEW YORK AGGIES VS. 'CRESCENT A. C. 1 In the opening game of the season, the team invaded the home of the New Mooners, at the Crescent Club in Brooklyn, and, after a stubborn battle went down to defeat. The firstiten minutes, our team showed sensational playing, holding the Crescents to eight points and tallying five points, a basket and three fouls. But the experience of the opponents, combined with exceedingly line pass work, and superior shooting, began to tell and they scored consistently. Kurtz, formerly of Stevens, and inter-collegiate star, was their high scorer, while Daniels made some sensational shots from the center of the floor, and Van Pelt and Kollmayr, through some fine pass work early in the game scored the rest of the team's points. It was a disappoint- ing start,-but weiwill not be surprised if the Crescent team turns out to be the leading team of the East, and that should be considered in our defeat. , NEW YORK AGGIES VS. WASHINGTON SQUARE COLLEGE On December 5, we opened our home season with a 41-27 victory, meet- ing with but little opposition from the WVashington Square College five. They started strongly, but once our team got under way, it never let up in its line playing, and led in the attack all through the game. Daniels, at forward, played a wonderful defensive game and succeeded in caging four field goals. Van Pelt and Kollmayr shared in scoring high points for the team, both tallying six field goals. Pollet at center was a wealth at defensive play. The substitutes were all given a chance to show their ware and did well. Dentel, right guard, starred for the visitors. NEW YORK AGGIES VS. PRATT INSTITUTE In the team's second trip from home to Brooklyn, we met and lost to the strong quintet of Pratt. The game was fast from the start, the Pratt quintet piling up a twelve-point lead ere we had started. However, when we hit our stride, we not only held Pratt but rolled up ten points. The half ended 15-10 in Pratt's favor. The second half was hard-fought but Pratt rolled up a score which we were unable to overcome. Daniels' basket eye was missing but he played his usual wonderful passing and defensive game, while KOH- mayr starred for our team getting nine out of the fifteen points Pollet Sorg and Borer played well while Underhill staiied for the xictors xx ho won 31 15 :W lf PJ' as Vg. 5 Ilia f :- r E F E 5 A.. if .- rw r' E l 'F w E rf ll it E 5 HJ 'E' l l l , l l E ,J J . . . , : ' - ' - - v' a . WM 5 X 3 L ' L , ' 1 , I , ' - .l Q . E , f W was H rQit7ni.i M I I ' W - A -fl9liMg ,l'l59!l3.l" '?m""N'l'i' I" ' - - m...M f..-rr. f '1 f1"1'W9i?i4 . - ' --"'-" "" "---'- , t ,, .,.. ..,. .4 --- . 3- V... 1 I .rmuh-----N V nn,-'H-N' 1 J ...-. i-Y, I iw- '71- I82l away NEW voRK Asoias vs. AMERICAN LEo1oN On our home court we met and defeated the five representing the Ameri- can Legion of Freeport, by the score of 37-25. Fine pass work featured throughout the game, and the game was fast and almost devoid of fouls. Kollmayr was the start of the game, cageing eight field goals and 3 number of fouls, while Van Pelt and Grossman played their usual strong defensive game. Maurer was the outstanding performer for the Legion quintet, and their attack centered about him. NEW YORK AGGIES VS. COOPER UNION INSTITUTE We met our lirst defeat, on our home court, when the team representing Cooper Union defeated us 38-18. The score indicated that the game was all Cooper, but far from that. It was one of the fastest games seen on our home court, the Aggies passing rapidly but being unable to cage the ball. Cooper Union was fortunate in this respect, making difficult shots from all corners of the field. Goebie, center, for Cooper Union led in the attack and was easily the best scorer while Van Pelt and Borer starred for the Aggies. NEW YORK AGGIES VS, COOPER UNION C In the first game of the New Year we traveled to New York to meet Cooper Union on their home court for a return game, and to avenge our defeat. The team, weakened by the ineligibility of Daniels, star forward, and Graham, substitute guard for the remainder of the season and also without the services of our veteran center, Pollet, played a sensational game marked with brilliant pass work, lioor work and accurate shooting, and air tight defense. The team that beat us 38-18, went down to defeat on their own court by 21-20. They fought gamely to overtake our three-point lead, with two minutes to play, but fell short. The remarkable playing of "Kolly" featured, caging no less than five baskets and several fouls. Van Pelt's was our scintillating star, while the passwork of Borer, Sorg and Grossman showed to advantage. The Aggie defense proved adamant against the con-- tinued spirited invasions of the Cooper forwards. Albert, a guard, succeeded in performing best for the Cooper quintet. The perfeet working of the Aggie machine, which Coach.l3rennan has perfected, was a delight to watch, since it showed such an improvement over its last game, and it is a miracle that Cooper was able to close the score as it did: for we held the lead throughout the second half, after a tie in the first half. It pays to make New Year's resolutions, and ours isn't broken yet. - 1 ffff -- fi.I.- I --?49?'4"i "" "twtf:T::f':gi: - -'WEE D331 ri- IQ I I .. I-I Iii II I ,I II I I I gi 'I I I -I I I I I ,I I I s I n I I I 'i W I :Q 'I ' IQ I IIIE I 'III I Im. .dw Ikiif : ' ' NEW YORK AGGIES VS. COLUMBIA PHARMACY In a slow and uninteresting game our team was defeated on its home I court by the quintet from Columbia College of Pharmacy, 29-18.1 The Aggies I were handicapped by injuries to two of our best men, Kolly and Van Pelt. ,IE I' The team lacked the fine teamwork shown in their recent game with Cooper 1' II Union, but fought brilliantly in the face of defeat. The spectacular shooting of Benlin and Spectorman of Columbia was the feature of the game. ,I :I Ii - III I . NEW YORK AGGIES VS. WAGNER COLLEGE II ., Wagner College, a newcomer on the ,list of the Aggies opponents, re- II 1 I ceived their initiation to the tune of a 23-21 defeat on their home court. It I x I was a spectacular game to say the least, for at half time their team was 5 leading, 13-5. The handful of rooters who came along with us to Staten Q Island were certainly rewarded by one of the most thrilling games this season. They got the jump on us at the start, but after the first five minutes ij fi of play, we solved their offense, and were no longer in danger. In the second half we got started on a scoring streak, with Kolly leading a brilliant I attack. One minute to play, and they led by two points, but two baskets in I , rapid succession by Kolly, via Van Pelt and Borer, put the finishing touches I 5 I to our 23-21 victory, and spelled defeat for our new rivals. II? I I I I' I . I NEW YORK AGGIES VS. FORDHAM PHARMACY M I I I In a fast game our team lost to Fordham Pharmacy, 41-28, on our home I court. The poor shooting of the Aggies gave the visitors a lead of 25-4 at Ig I the end of the first half. , In the second half, we rallied, and by dint of some I, hard and furious playing, outscored our visitors. The fine pass work and - accurate shooting of Grossman and Kolly was not enough to overcome the X " great lead of our opponents. Subitzky, the Fordham center, led in their I I attack and defense. :I I I I If I Tl I I I I . I I I I . . I I I mM""'t't 'I --'- I34I AN I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ... .,,. ,...,.,..v....H...4.-...-,,..,- - , ' - . . A W MH K V W 23f'+fll.... . llfilv NENV YORK AGGIES VS. ST. IOHN'S COLLEGE Brooklyn seems to be our jinxg for in our annual game with St. Iohn's at their home court we dropped a game to the scoreaof 69-36. The score does not indicate the tough scrap it was, for it was only the fine work of Mc- Cready of St. .lOl1l1,S. under the basket, that accounted for over half of his team's points. In the second half we showed up to better advantage. VVe ran up our score right from theistart, and also improved 'in our defense. The playing of Sorg at forward, and Kollmayr at guard, featured, while Mc- Cullough also showed to advantage for St. john's. NEW' YORK AGGIES VS. BROOKLYN PHARMACYICOLLEGE In a rough and tumble contest, the Brooklyn boys bestednus, 33-18. The game was one of the most exciting witnessed on our home court, and the results were in doubt till the last, when Pharmacy rallied and secured a lead we could not overcome. The lack of scoring eye was noticeable on our team, although Van Pelt and Kollmayr played their usually brilliant game. NEW YORK AGGIES VS. MATTITUCK-FIVE In one of the most heart-breaking games of the season, our team went down to a 31-26 defeat. It was the most hair-raising game witnessed at Mattituck this season. 1t was a nip-and-tuck contest from the first whistle to the last. We scored first, and led at half time by 15-14. We WCTC iii the lead in the last few minutes of play, when two neat Held goals from the center of the floor placed Mattituck in the lead to win by a close SCOFC- Borer was at his best, and with Van Pelt, starred forthe Aggies, while Clark was the shinning light of the home team. i851 L V, H ,N 4 , - -- - -- -----H---M --A-"fi"-j"f "M" ' " J .f,-- . ---- -Q... ,,.,,f-- H all I-' lui .lil- Q 1 N1 l WAI v-Si, .. ,i .U vl .g, 1 , I . ,B 5 JI In I I. J L ft -A,, , X Einar:-::::.:i-:::1::rr--W --- ---H Lf- ii 1.3 F .Mn E353 alll? ,QE NEW YORK AGGIES VS. CATHEDRAL COLLEGE ififi The spectators from both Amityville and our own institution were given ' a bit of excitement in a remarkable game, filled with snappy pass work, accu- pg. Q rate shooting and wonderful defense, when our team bowed to the strong Cathedral five by the score 27-23. At half time the score was 11-8. The feature of the game was the fact that at- one time Cathedral led with the score 23-13, and were held, while our boys ran up 13 points in quick succes- sion, the attack being led by Captain Van Pelt and Kolly. It was in the last few minutes of' play that the visitors gathered four points, too much for our team to overcome, and glorious victory was turned to a heart-breaking defeat. - 1 h . ll 4 ' 72 NEW YORK AGGIES VS. COOPER UNION QNIGHTQ A good time was in store for those who witnessed this game at our ' Amityville court, for it was easily the best of the season. It was marked by extreme rivalry for Cooper Union Qnightj had come to avenge the defeat of their day department earlier in the season. The final score, 22-20, indicates A the closeness of the game, with our boys on the long end. The game was kept free from roughness by experienced refereeing, and fouls were numerous. If our team had not been weak in finding the basket from the fifteen-foot mark the score would have been different. As it was it was an exceptionally f' fast game, Cooper. running up a lead of nine points in the first four minutes of play. Here our defense tightened, due to the fine guarding of Pollet and Grossman, while Kollmayr sunk two from field and -three times from the foul line. The half ended 11-10 in the visitors favor. In the second half, the lead alternated, with neither team more than two points ahead. With the score 53 tied at twenty all and with four minutes to play, Kolly put in our winning basket, from an intercepted pass from Van Pelt. Cooper tried hard to score but our defense was impenetrable, and the Aggies once more are on their way to a winning streak. il - E1 g il p n ' ' 't .pftfffi E861 Basketball lnchvlclual ' I CAPTAIN VAN PELT ' i FORWARD "Ned," our 'fighting captain! H.e has led us on for his second season. On the floor, he is a streak, and a tireless one. His specialty is intercepting I Q I passes and breaking up the enemy's plays. He seems to have an uncanny I l sense of solving an opponent's play. His feints always delight the onlookers. All Aggies will mourn his loss. i I ' I 1'liEl!!!i!E5UEE2QUlll!EHElHlUNiHEiEHHlIlKEstattfffs-ezeimg "" KGLLMAYR . GUARD "Kolly" is another veteran who has added a great deal to the power of the Aggie team. He was high scorer throughout the season. Many a game '5 was won due to his excellent marksmanship. Give Kolly the ball, within a 5?-i certain distance of the goal, and he could be counted on for two points. VVhen 1 he graduates, the team will lose a man hard to replace. .1 PQLLET CENTER "P " or b th on the offensive 'md defensive oop proved to be a strong man, o C . y He worked well in his position, and featured in starting our plays from the ' tap-off. 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They haven't failed to leave their mark on the ambi- tious students who participated, and perhaps future upholders of the "Aggie Colors" for dear old Nyssa. ' The inter-class games have served to fulfill the desire of all the classes- "only a crack at the other class in fair battle on the court, and let the best team Win." It gave vent to that glowing spirit of rivalry, and it sure was put in practice. Who can say it was not a pleasure to- watch a struggling mass of would-be ball players, piled four deep on the floor, scrapping for the ball, which vvas calmly parked alongside, indifferent to their pleading. Who can say it did not create sportsmanship, encourage fair play, no matter how great the desire to win, and last but not least it was a healthful recreation. Having served their purpose, and fulfilled the desire of every undergraduate and senior, nothing remains, but to bid success to all the teams, in the remaining games to be played, and chalk off the standing of the teams to date. C FRESHMEN VARSITY The Class of '24 congratulates the members of this team, and the mem- bers of the Class of 'Z6,'who sincerely endeavored to extend their prestige on the court to the local high schools. Defeated in all their starts, not for the want of peptand that spirit to win, but by the sheer superiority of their more experienced opponents, they did well. Lacking and handicapped for practice, they met the situation as best they could, but always put up their best from the first to the last. That their best was not sufficient is excusable, and again We mention that the spirit which led them in their enterprises is to be highly praised, although the results might have been discouraging. 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Pollet.. 4 1 5 E6 ill 1 ll 1 GLASS GAMES Q VVon Lost Percent Faculty .. . l ' 0 1000 Seniors .. . 3 1 750 3312 lg Freshmen . 6 2 26 6 500 . I I 1 if Juniors .. . 2 - 3 400 0 l . ll - 11 a 1 ' Q il ' 5 . ,E FRESHMEN VARSITY Freshmen .. 6 smitheewn ...22 334 ig Freshmen . . . . . .ll Farmingdale H. S . . . .41 ll 4, Freshmen . .. . 5 . Freeport H. S... ...45 A in Freshmen . . . . . .23 Smithtown H. S.. . . . . .26 ' f" Freshmen . . . . . 2 Amityville H. S.. . . .. .39 - 2 g li? ' I 1 : I I 5 3 : l ' . 1 ' 1 ' l . Z l A I f ' 1 1 I b g fi ... . ,...... . ...,.... .ff.--QQ i'.'f'?H'35'i' "" l90l - . I I,-Ynirfrn , , il I .19 42,4 Ny 5 5 A I ls- I I I r 1 I5 .. 5 I X. if a II I: ,I 'I , I I I I ,ll ,I ,NI I ,II 'I I . V- V I I I I III I -- I - II N . 1. 3. I an ap-1 I -4 ,A 1,1 Q. .IV W X W , , I 1 I I..-.4,,,,,...l... , , , ,, - -., -xr --- -- -Jian Y I91I 1 I mai I E261 was .... . . 'tt - f Fla Student Association Whenever we have a community of individualsg whether they be citizens of a mighty republic, or merely students in an institute of learning, we must have some form of government. Hereiat Nyssa we have such a means of self-expression. We are very ably governd by our self-organized Student Association. This body has supplied a long-felt need at S. I. A. A. The purpose is: "to bind the students into a closer fellowship, to encour- age co-operation between the student body and faculty and to maintain school traditions. .." The Student Association has now reached that stage of its career where it can point with satisfaction and pride to its many achievements. The governing body of the Association is known as the Student Council. Upon this group rests the responsibility of rendering linal decisions on any matters brought up. It is composed of nine members-a senior president and vice-president, a junior secretary and treasurerg and representatives from each class. All Aggies are united in their opinion that the Association has been the means of strengthening Nyssa spirit. VVe sincerely hope that the good work started by it shall continue on-and on. QFFICERS President ....... ............ .... R I . Pollet, '24 Vice-President. .. .... l. Y. Goldman, l24 Secretary ..... ..... X V. joseph. '25 Treasurer .... .... X V- 501'g. 25 RIZPRliSliN'l'.-X'1'lX'liS A. E. Hlucher, '24 ll. Krantz. 2-l fi. G21l'ClZl. '26 12. M. xxfoiiimi-g, 24 S. Abi-aliam, '25 l93l H61 ' an-.....,. ,, , , UAW , W, H , , - ,..h , ,,- ,T ,,,.., ,.,, ,,K..-,.,., Tw.. Z- -F - , K ' ,i W .. .,,1.41, 'f- ,- -'fJIi11?CCi.ifJ-5521-25f,DLY-'l" '-4'J5.-"22!Lf""','LA'SLI.'Z"1'.T:.IEf'.Z2lU4-..-CT-',. .' 2' " . 1, , J -K. " ' figiffi, , W-, .J W, . , -xx L-, 1' fig. 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E' Q s: CT' The Varsity Club is an organization, steadfast and loyal, to the interest of Nyssa, organized mainly to promote athletics, increase general activities, college spirit and encourage sports. ,Its members are composed of the athletic leaders of the student body, and it is their aim to raise the standard of athletics to a higher level. The Varsity Club is still in a budding stage, having been organized in 1920, by six members of the student body, who were intensely interested in athletics and in having athletics receive the proper recognition at the school. Since then the club has grown enormously. Upon being awarded the coveted "A," a student automatically becomes eligible for membership in the club. The Varsity Club feels that it has attained its purpose in the past and it is with a fervent hope for the future success of the club, that its graduat- ing members depart. 5 OFFICERS B W. Van Pelt .... ............ ....... P 1 'esiclent R. Kollmayr .... ....... X fice-President H. Krantz. . . . . .Secretary-Treasurer lliearers of the "A Baseball Basketball Football VV. Van Pelt XY. Yau l'elt XY. Yan l'elt R. Kollmayr R. Kollmayr R. Kollmayr. Mgr. In-l. Krantz N. Daniels l-I. Krautz A. Trippitelli l-l. cil'OSSlllZlll M. Rollet 4, l NV. Graham XY. fYil'ZlllZ'lll'l ' T M. Pollet M. Pollet T' ' E. Ostergren XY. Surg i 4 il. llrucato H. llorer l l.. Stock, Mgr. S. Rotfort. Mgr. 4 S. Foster I l 5 GW?-- . .-Li! Lf.11''5-iiillligl2Qi:L.:gLa:g'Y- fi, ..., gi ..,... g.4.e..,, llg- Q . .i , is - l A jg 'iggilj .... i....v.g1.1:L5i . ll.lff'5.,Qf21:fZ'1fi.T f.-T7l 4 I 'l ll?-QEEEQQ-'jjifi f, "QQEfEQi1lS2ZEl?fl3ff .-.LL-' zf... .- . X' f----Vi -- Wiifi-f---e-f:11-1-21:mf1:11-V--f-E71 .,: .. g 2 l95l i961 Long lsland Universitq Grange g The Grange! A farmer's organization. Does it seem as though the city boys would be interested in such an organization? Listen to this: When school opened this fall there were only four old Grange members left, and none of them was well versed in the ideas and work of the Grange. But they were all intensely interested in the organization, and constantly circulated the fact, that there was such an organization in the school, and that it did a lot for the farmers. Now we have over thirty, live-wire mem- bers, and all of them are city boys. The Grange is now on its feet again, and it is our earnest desire to keep it so. It can do a great deal for the school and for its members, and an agricultural institute of this sort is the proper place in which to show the city boys the farmer's view of things. The graduating members have full confidence in those left behind them to carry on the work and prophecy that next year will be the biggest and best that this Grange has ever had. M. I. Pollet. S. Carrousso. I. Dowd ..... W. joseph. . . D. Fox ...... C. Armstrong R. McNeil... H. Borer. . . . . . .Master . . . .Gverseer . . .Secretary . . .Treasurer . . . . . . .Steward Gate Keeper .. .Chaplain . . . .Lecturer 1 l ill il l 1 4 l97l ?i'I XC CK, L.-J X1-vw-Q.-Q lf' l ZL..,,g,.,... .51213Q::.f :1zgg:11:.ai1,,n "f2'fZ:Q:g.z,:1g,f1,i.z34gL 1' , f 1 ' f ' Y 1' ww 0 GAA: : ,fIE..,.' ,.,,..,g -'..-,..' '....Q.J,..aQX...." ,.,.i.Tw-if?ff-,i Zf?i.+i-Tfiilfzl-,,vii .NI fwiw f' "mi, Yjj ' J -,H , 'L ,JY W Y ,T-,sqvffff gxs113',:g:-:F-:-Hsu-:wr ' fw ' ,. 1- ..,:'t."".. ..- ..- .---- ---af" ,fir x-v..'.:,?72:"'-" - Y--t2,,..:f - -f--f f ' A -N lil "5 EZ V23 A 5 .- L5 . , .V .ng 1 'fi 'fix Q 1 5' lg if 1 , -'Zfvf W W 3 5 ' I 1' ,Q . ug , jf , y g ., If a ,. 5 5 F J af if ,, , 5... ' .ju ,---'viagra -vri Yk-Y 4749 4 A N, y 'lf 7 F-Q 7: f' g7""Tf1'.14'2' -' YYY' 1111: gf f. 1,-f 1 f 5.1, fb J f' EEZ: 1 1' :g 5151 Ii., , ... get I E16 sr - !IX! .Fl . in . 'I ,u. .1 1 1 . ! 1 I I 1? ,I f If 'xg Cosmopolitan Club ABGVE ALL NATIONS IS HUMANITY The Long Island Chapter of the Corda Fratres Association of Cosmo politan Clubs was organized last year with the purpose of bringing together foreign and American students into closer relationship both socially an intellectually We can novv look back and see the fruits of our efforts in putting into practice the ideal of this club: "Above all nations is Humanity." Members that have left us are sending in words of gratefulness and praise for what they have learned in Cosmopolitanism and what it stands for. This chapter is one of over fifty in the country, and is affiliated with the international organization. The club has grown steadily and is here to stay, and, as the school grows, so will this organization. We are confident of both. Wfe hope that by our efforts and our accomplishments, to help Nyssa be a greater and better school. To the Class of 1924, we bid you Godspeed, and wish you the greatest success in life. MEMBERS gpppyy Q.'.g,.gm5yysy5A 'tltfiesfrgl is-H " Wg ' 42 1 ' if ' ' - 3: ' ' l 1 l President, l. Golclenberg Vice-President. Stephen Carousso - Treasurer, Dr. Sarlcis Boshnakian Secretary. Samuel XYeisross T Samuel Abraham George Garcia Alfred Meyers lg Julius Chernial: Irving Goldman Charles Zack 2 if l, k"fil-'-f'm--"w "t""' fy Hgu.-"rf-'j,,,W .,,, .7 ...,. .Q ...' A.ihQ,1:.Q,,, My 'TTT' ' I' 5'l"i'f T- -. -Tfzi-WQQ--f',I...1f.f. .':,, C .Qu ",, f.'ln" Vial''f..Qi"ffQff1f".'ii .- . . wx-4--41:gwf::,+.x,, , 5 A.-L... . .1 ' l iVi"fkl:tW"i"' ...A i41s5s?111'2g:::'11asf-1.11519 Q:-i -g r " 'lfffrfl-1 1f222ff1a2T5.1?gp- l99l 0011 I ,....,,,,. +2 -N " . K " '3sw1gfL4, isn-1 -if ..,.f.,f:.v.a,..1..-,:-.c:-:f1- I.. Rf gjgffg-Vfg - --...-. M-..-, - :ly,..v....., , x, - .. .. .. w.Y.:-1-2-' f -,asm ,M,,-QM, ., g .W .T P Z7 I K ,, .5 . 2. ' , . gn! ,ff H v x Q. ' S ge 9 -3 ,W v-,- . S ...f fu-1 v .Eg My 5 n, fy. f. 'S ,il iff 'Ni ,QU as 1 V,-f , W? ,.,.,,,.,,..-,,.,, , fin 5 . if J zfk 'f 5 4, A , ' ' P '-g,.'1,3..,.Z,g3:.gL1J.3 I ff 5 - - f M f I w 1 P- w ' .WWA -.-.--A --f-----f X ,L .. V I I- 'I I I I I I I I I I I BI I ,I 'I '11 'I if -s xl If .' I I I I I I I I II I I I I I 'I , I Tl lj Aqqies Boxmq Club As' the echoes of the football' season rolled away and realizing that the long winter months were upon us a group of active students met to' discuss a means of providing a form of physical recreation to tide us ox er until spring A hard problem confronted us because of the lack of a gymnasium. This was soon solved by obtaining the use of a large basement room in Dorm 4 to carry on our activities. At our first meeting we unanimously decided that boxing and similar sport was the very thing we were most interested in. Therefore, we organized as the New York Aggies Boxing Club. ' . Since that time We have achieved the best of success, the Boxing Club standing for the highest ideals in sportsmanship. At the present period We are about to open our rooms, properly equipped, for the benefit of the entire student body. We are sure that this organization has certainly done a great deal towards promoting the social, and athletic life of the campus. 19 2.4 . NYS. SA. I T I' I . . B . QI II I I I I I I I I ,I jl I I I X , I . We became organized in November with but a membership of six but since that time the enrollment numbers sixteen active live-wire members. , The club most sincerely regrets losing, by graduation, five of our most I praise-worthy members, but we hope to carry on with the same enthusiasm 'I and spirit the departing so ably helped foster. ,Q We also extend our congratulations to the graduating class of '24 and I hope that they all will succeed in their chosen vocation. t CHARTER MEMBERS I M. Pollet, president B. O'Shaughnessy, Sec.-Treas L R. McNeil J. Dowd I H. Borer H. Hoff n ACTIVE MEMBERS S. Carrousso S. Rotfort XV. Knudsen I A. Trippitelli -I. I,otti G. Garcia if S. Greenstein E. Anderson H. Collina HONORARY MEMBERS XVard Brennan Thomas Fleming A 1 I H J T'i7'lI:lzZ-Q-IllgllgibQLQGQZLST? 'F 77775 'TTI Qllza .D-,hd ..lg,ii,a-jig: U Y - . - .W --.,..z,.,...-2-aw , ,-,,,.. YV-.-ijiri Al Lion 15 " f?2- ' ' , , T: T 1 f, " ,. wa 1 . , fi-:A ., , L , X,-, n. ,L. TEl1T L-74-.LLuQgLE.-T-5,'l55gi2a:n-Jylafrvn,.,J,,1,. 1,J:tc?v-i-EEF-"f7'-'wivrr'7""471c'Hy-L?,:1j'X'K'r-5-711'-ff'H 5 7- 754' T' -3 '.331'g3'1 ' 'fgjff-'T 'Lf7i."""". .Al ' v , , , , WFT' ,T ,.' AV. 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I : 2 . .g.g,g.,...,.1, ,gif-5, :N ,, 'H A, -5, , ,V ., , , M, gi- i 3 ff-F ,-- i, , , f X ' ' ' 'H - !""-"M" 'F"' ' "M"--0 - -'--' ' 'A ' H ' '- ' f ""' ' "A fi " "'-""'p'1 ,. a3,,.g'-n.,'f- ' ,fl 12-21 Uv.: IM' ' "img Whig' 'W 'fi' j,"t'.u.',-, fr, fr, 40" mv' f f f"' U ":f,1'fvWz 'z'n'n7'J'7v7n'.""' ff 'fr'13?r'n'7'n'r,'r777w771'yim""7fJN 7'nTTl7.. .,x,,1fl15'3ff5,c .: 03-7 4' - wrfmn . f:fv!'w:',- va-Lm.:RL.,,tni5LGI1Y' "IW ' 'TALU' 27" 'mffl ...A ,..'.f,,.,Af., "Wh ""4",fLf"H"'Q'Q"'rQ' 'i""""J' ,ji 1"'I1fA "'f""g""' ini' 'Ti 'A Ph1S1qma Chi RHO EPSTLON CHAPTER Rho Epsilon is a cogent factor at Nyssa and her members have always tural chapter of the Phi Sigma Chi fraternity but by voicing our views to other brothers We have attained our earnest desire to impart to them that agriculture is up to the standard enjoyed by other professions in which those brothers are concerned. This has been. our achievement since Tau Beta nationalized, and we now enjoy the distinction of being not only the first fraternity at Nyssa, but also the strongest and most active. Rho Epsilon is ia cogent factor at Nyssa, and her members have always endeavored to be foremost in fostering the scholastic, athletic and literary activities of the school. The graduating members, now entering the folds of inactivity, enjoy the faith which the remaining members place in them. May they continue to instigate the ideals of Phi Sigma Chi at Nyssa. 1,9 204 H NYS SA S ' is-i f Ng ACTIVE MEMBERS E. H. Anderson R. W. Kollmayr M. I. Pollet W. D. Cherry H. Krantz P. Sniythe jf. Dowd E. Ostergren R. McNeil J. P. Howard B. O'Shaughnessy R. XVere XV. C. Van Pelt Phi Sigma Chi Fraiernihj INACTIYE MEMBERS -I. G. Brucato H. G. Lorch XV. Scholl C l-letrick C. A. McPherson L. P. Stock R, F, Coyle l-l. C Plate L. G. Utter C. XV. Graff XY. Anderson P. Tuthill li. Larsen Bl. Ferguson R. M. Viggars E. Rlc'XYillia1n 51031 -ff"f'f'ff1'F-C'-sr-S-rz'-rrs'vv1f-f-'---f'v-':vfr-v-"--"1'-'-"r-'-""1-- if-f NX 1 , .UPN v V VN' I Nm Tv?l.1l1:::,wE1Jd1As-JMA-LJAHJ .,!. i1,i1f'jQ.iif',iiLff W ' Q R. f C' CZ? ' i Q i. 1, at . ,-.., .J-mf V if to p N.--....-. ...l-1---..i..--........ ...Sf Y. 1 V Siqma Omeqa Psi Nu Chapter of the Sigma Omega Psi Fraternity was established at Nyssa in 1921, and is now entering into its fourth year of activity. It is the only agricultural chapter in the fraternity, and through association with our brothers in other professions such as Medicine, Law and Engineering, we have succeeded in impressing upon them the fact that Agriculture is on a level with their professions, beyond a doubt. S. O. P. has always striven to foster in every way, scholastic, athletic and literary endeavors, not only among its members but among the entire student body. S. O. P. men have always stood out not as members of a fraternity, but as men who have always worked for the good of Nyssa. In departing, the graduating members feel sure that the ideals of Sigma Omega Psi will be perpetuated for all time at Nyssa. 'ACTIVE FRATRES N. Daniels I I. Factorowitz S. Kallman S. Foster S. Goldstein T. Ornstein ' H. Sondak H. Grossman E. Wohlberg A Phi Alpha Tau Phi Alpha Tau has completed its third year at Nyssa, and this will be the first year she loses active members through graduation. We want to sayto the graduating members that those of us who remain will keep up and pass on the ideals and'work of the fraternity as those before us have done. As any other organization in its infancy, Phi Alpha Tau has had its ups and downs, but we have always kept up our work in scholastics, athletics and the general social activities of the school. A As this institute is now on the road to success, through the able leader- ship of our new director, so will Phi Alpha Tau follow in its footsteps and some day become one of the leading fraternities of the school. ACTIVE MEMBERS - A. Trippitelli . A. Jordan H, Hgff J. Lotti ,G. GaI'Cl2I L, Kl0111a11 S. Carrousso A D, Parks L104j Sig'ft - 'sltfl r C19 2.4 . NYS. SA I IW Wg E 1 . 1 1 'f :P 1 1 1 I I I I L I I I 1 r I L I 1 l I I I El I Tl! 1 :le If.. fl S Il 1 I I I I I I 1 I '1 I I 1' I C ' I ' I -I The llnitq Club The Unity Club, now Iinishing its second year at Nyssa, wishes the members of the Class of '24 happiness, prosperity and success in the attain- ment of their goals. - The club has met with many difficulties in this past year in its efforts to carry on the work for which it was instituted, owing chieiiy to the loss of many members at the last graduation and the absence from the campus of several of its active members. It is, however, looking forward to a new and better era in the near future. I ACTIVE MEMBERS Carl Bartholomaus Henry Marron David Fox Lester Flagg INACTIVE MEMBERS A. Henris G. Mischenko Morris Katz G. Townsend L. Nadleman T. Hessler G. Lederle Terpsichorean Club Once in every Aggie's life comes a strange impulse-the urge to trip the light fantastic. It is to foster this social spirit that we have organized. Naturally, the greater majority are Seniors, although the lower classes are well and ably represented. Our aim is to further all social activities on the campus. and off the campus. Wliile our headquarters are at Nyssa, our efforts are not confined to local endeavors. We have reason to believe that the Aggie "Terps" are well known throughout Long Island. I I The approaching graduation fills us with sorrow: for we are to lose ff I most of our best men. Wfe take this opportunity of wishing them a most prosperous future. May they trip through life as lightly as they did here at Nyssa. :RQ CHARTER MEMBERS 'T I E. CMannyj XN'ohlberg. Pres. S. qliootiel Rotfort. Yice-Pres. I G. CMexj Garcia, Secy. XY. IXYilliel Graham, Treas. i I H. QHyj Grossman .-X. Ifurlyl Blucher L D. fDannyU Daniels P. tPaul5 Giliberty I l. QShamusB Goldman XY. Il3illU joseph f f Iliidl Campbell Y. Ihliidj Hatter I ff . yi, 1 1 D051 .fV,,.f ,,. .- fi1l:l I I 'il ' I., 411 I -tc-, , 2 I .A li I 5 ll . l F 'I' l . I I Y.. in 1 I 1? ii,-im.. 'N" 0' xi" "f.'f""lfI""WI"?T:i'If"'?"?TiT?5 ' ' Eiiiiffi L Er ffl: i ltsl if -Z3 Qi!-it i M wig Wi mln- ' Et-1513 as Piel ' lil . . if-if' I saw in the paper the other day But struggle with grippe and hay fever E Where an eminent wise man. rose to say and flu, That it made him weary to hear the way And dream of the day when the mort- ing Some sapheads pity the farmer. He gage comes due. iiiil Said they were squandering sympathy- Tiqin an day Ofei. the Sunny iea, - li That the fgrangelf ll? was a lucky CWS C-hased by the red-hot bumblebee, iiti And they d spoil him utterly, talking Singing a Song so merri-ieeg .ii thus- Tra la la, K ii "Sweet is the life that the farmer leads, Tra la lee, V Qfii Turning the brown glebe, sowing seeds, Never a care to worry me. Watching the green crop spring and Red carbuncles on my neck, Hifi grgwy Dirt in my plow shoes by the peck, iii Smoking his pipe in the afterglow. Tra la lee, if "Tl l'.f f th f 11 h d Tra la 10' -'ii' r1fugn?e O 6 armer MS an Foruthe corns that grow on my battered Tell me, where do they get that stuff! toe' Monarch is he of his own domaing Winter comes, and I still have fun, ll! Blest by the sun and the gentle rain, For the farmer's life is an easy oneg lilf Nothing to do ,but to rest his brain. Shucking coirn from the frozen shockg iii i I read thisspeech in the glo-aming sweet Chamlfermaldmg the barnyfflffl Stock.: if Soaking the chiibiams on my feet. Lfflnglng forth Wlth the mllklng Darla li. And it cheered me up and I felt so glad Battlmg Sleet and the tearmg gale, el I To think of the indoient job I had, Annl The frozen chunk on the old- cow's li 5 That I yelped and sang 31 - 'llill the Tafll01'S rang, A- Digging the woodpile from the snow, Tl11S S0118 of U10 Cafe-free S011 .Of 12011 Thawing the frost from my frozen toeg ' Whose mission is merely to tickle the Thawfng the ice from the frozen pump, E5 S0113 Thinking of how I shall have to hump 1-5 Come innocent pleasures that help me .Q T0 keep myself and my family deal' to bear Out. of the poorhouse one more year, 4 713 The heavenly peace that had grizzled Wlnile my bunions gI'0W and my fl11gGI'S my hair, I G9d-- The hogs have the pip and the children P-RI'Cl0I1 the butterfly life I lead. ,l the Croupf Flour goes up and the wheat goes downg i, Anglictlgsnshafgefoutgle heaives and the And all the while, in the far-off town, P f The OV, " k d 'ddl ' fri And the 'tater bugs rally and thankfully Carefrw or 6 ml eman' Wan Wlth ill 112159, , , - Sits in his overstuffed office chair li. Thsgignny Sweet Volces In anthems of gud slaves and slaves, with never a stop, 3: t ff' h' k ' To the good-hearted farmer whence all Aid nlvgh is pgc its Yvlth mlilcros' Yi blessings HOW, u 3, ELII1 Olng W 1 e 9 does As he toys with the hoe. uns? u i. IFourteen hours at a throw.J Iylliibaflng my I10Se to the blizzard's . . , ISSQ 'J Anffitfi frost and I Hut I'm shoveling snow and I'm doing chores And the cute cutworm I tap on the Wlgirgrglle rest of the World is asleep in' . snout' . ' , L ' . . . I k1Ck up my heels in my rustic le I' A d 1 t k th - . g ei - nning Qian lcspforn gram In Its Gun For the life of the farmer is easy and And the jolly crows hurry and help it free' . Tra la la I come up, i . , , Tra la lee, 2 Thle katyclids sing and the grasshoppers Nothing at all to Worry nie! A Op' . . 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N.. 1 I -1 -. v,A . - . .---f I A MESS HALL DITTY fTune of "Last Night on the Back Porchnj just the onions in the morning, And the ketchup in the night,' A just the beefsteak in the evening, When the knives are sharp and bright, Oh, the olives, the garlic, the pepper and the salt, But the sweet cook+on my lap I love the best of all! I Compiled by Sol Rotfort, author of "A Freshie's' Nightmare," "Our Faculty," "Presence of Mind," "Ten Sure Ways of Passing an Examf etc., etc. - Gilly wants to know if the spearmint will lose its flavor on the bedpost overnight? V Said the rain to the dust, "I'm on to you. Your name is mud." -Joe Goss. The Terpsichoreans beg to announce the creation of a brand new step, to be called the "Salvation Army Glide." You dance on your heel to save your soul. ' The Year book is .a .great invention, The school gets all the fame, The printer gets all the money, And the Staff gets all the blame. Kootie: "Did you hear about the young lady being hurt in the explo- sion last night? . Mex: "No, how come?" Kootiez "A smile lit up her face and the powder went off." College days are full of joy. But college nights, oh boy! oh boy! What you say goes, he sadly said Wlth eyes and heart afiame She glancedlup at the clock and then, She softly said his name . '. ' ' ' ' ' gf-Q?,ffQf2 ,, - fly ' T r" ' ' " " 'i-fw.-xi.- " Iii Lios A FRESHIE'S NIGHTMARE ............. .... 'I I 1924 A . b 6 S56 ........ M ----.......wQ I, ,, SSA y f Li 1 I I Wright off the Riel I Dodge Peters' acid Test by taking a Knapp in I the Lee of the Mess Hall, within a Stone's throw of the Power House. Then Brennan's Ward, Ethel, Ogle's me back to wakefulness. "Wake up," she cries, "Our Faculty is hot on your trail I" Jumping into Franke's Hivver I dash off up the Pike. "KetchamI" yells Decormier, running up. So they all jump into Norton's Jordan and make off after me, waving their Gray Banner Well they catch up to me in Flemin 's Lill white Laundr and ' I , g Y' Y - beat me up considerable. "Bosh!" cries the Doctor, as he bends over my prostrate form, "he isn't hurt." I By Sol Rotfort, author of "Our Faculty," "Ten Sure Ways of Passing I an Exam," "A Mess Hall Ditty," "Presence of Mind," etc., etc. I OVERHEARD AT THE COW BARN If a cannibal will eat his sister will a cow eat her fodder? I Nora Bayes has a sister on the stage.-Olive Bayes. "She was chaste, but not pursued." ' If rye bread is 10c a loaf, is pumpernickle? asks Kootie. I Mr. Riel says: "Wash the neck of the milk bottle, and also your own." -I I I I I QI II I I r I I I I I I EI I I .I 7 .Ig ga ZE?:. .I it ,Ig I II ,I I I I I I I I .I I I I Il She: "Is Jack very bashful?" Second Ditto: "I should say he is. VV'hen he took me on the roller I I I I, . Q ' I coaster, he told me to hold tight or I would fall out.' II 'IH Il gf "Bill loves to dance. doesn't he?" VI "judging by the way he holds that glrl, I should say that he danced I I to love." ' I I I I , . . . ' I Punv l.ove: 'lhe YOUNG' man who buys a stick ot chewing Gum and 11-..- s ... ss U I qwes it to has girl alter chewing the Ilaror out ot it.-Page Goldman. M it I . .c c .I .I I I E, I may ,IWI-s-.E-MsM,, WIIIV Ii ,,, -1,-l,,,,.,,,m,, 'f:.:....s.x','2.?.IQ.....M.gQ..g..g4mQ:gtL.l..T5..i.if'fQj,11f'j"TQL'T,.QIWM-,fever -e-X Q if-M--M--A-sf--Q-fire el l p , .. . vs ,.,,,:-vff-,-'I -.3.:L:z:f:.:k"i?k2E.i:Z1lIx M-, - . V - . .. - .f,LXb.1-... Il09l I Qi il' .I .11 TI' . I I I 1 I I I Y. .... 4- ---- --Y ---f-'-1-3:IT..TiiZ"y , R T'-'ffm E A11-:6 1 I J . A I N N ,W I g J. AAAA 'A ' . A 1 9 2 -ft IK! Y 52 SQA. . A?g:'4',f--J.,-sf., My M.- ----'ff f- ' -f U xW,....V 34- nf- -L-' 'l' '- LTLJ.. ,Y .,,pLL ,.,-,a, Missa'--' 1,1 AJ 'I' II Q I It LII . . - - S IQ! Put this 111 your carburetor and vaporize 1t: gi! "You cannotpaint the lily? ,fr Nor can you wet the seag If! Pray tell me of my Bonnie, ffi- But bring l1er not to mell' Author! Author! ,Q pi 2. 1 OVERHEARD IN THE EDIPORIAL ROOM Img Kootie: "VVould you call a telephone girlls profession a- calling ' Manny: "INell, she is connected with some of the best families in I!! town.' A ' , Q' Hy: "So I hear." Poop: "Ring off, Mopesf' M -I L I One day our famous Joke editor met Mr. Franke leading two cows H! down town. "VVhere are you goingvwith these mules, George ?" he inquired, I in his naive way. 1 ' M If "IfVhy, Manny, I'm taking these kine to the bank to have their milk ' Celltlfledfy I 'I 'S' Harvey Bernard Grossman: 'fHow can you tell those Lindenhurst - gg twins apart ?" 15 Solomon Sidney Rotfort: "That's easy. One of them always blushes fi when she sees me.', V -- ' I Goldman: "One can have lots of fun on a moonlight sail." Q is Gitnik: "So can two." I I ' QAnd they say Louie is bashful.j : 1 I - I Evelyn: "When Graham danced with me last night he kept letting I his hand slip down my back." fl Long Mary: "I hope you rebuked himf, ' - I I Evelyn: "I did: I told him to keep it upf, ,I I - - -to I. 'J PRESENCE OF MIND N Sam Weissross falls asleep in Chem Lab. Mr. Peters goes over to 1 wake him.. Sam opens one eye, takes in the situation at a glance. and mur- ' gg murs in his sleep: "Pa Peters is my favorite teacher." it I I I I IKWIIY d1d your husband fall downstairs ?,' . Cf ' . , , ,X : , Oh, just to be contrary, I suppose! As he started down the stairs with 1. I an armful of pictures., I said be sure not to fall: and, of course. he went and I tumbled, head over heels. Men are positively exasperatingf' fx I . I ' , ! . - 'Lis a A rnoj P Y B 77' ' ' ' I A-'-:xg sf 1-::.-2 - - I - - - f - ' ' ' ' g ,SH 1 9 2-4 .i N1 .Sn S A is f rr H--M---H . R EDDIE KEDDIE The time: Sunday dinner. . The place': Gur training table extraordinary. Characters: Poop Pollet, jumping cente. B'll S ' , Subject: Another second. r 1 Org, Walter ' I .Bi11f0fs fimpatientlyii "Hey, Poop, don't eat that second just to be il sociable. THE COW, THE BEE AND THE CLOVEIQ A cow once felt the pangs of hunger. Spying some clover in a distant Held she made for it. What was her consternation to ind a big bumblebee there. "Bee," she says, "get off that clover, I want to eat it." "Waddayamean, get off, I was here first." "Get off or there'll be trouble !" "I will not." - . So the cow eats clover, bee and all. All right. The bee now hnds her- self inside the cow's stomach and gets sore Qso would youj. Being tired I she decides to take a little nap. "And when I get up, I'll sting the insides I out of this old cow." So she took a little nap, but when she got up the cow if wasn't there any more. .. Trip: "I had a hair-raising experience last summer." Ned: "Yeh, tell me about it." .Q Trip: "I raised a mustachef' -Qld Mac. Mr. Wright: i"Grossman, what is the dogwood noted for?" Hy: "Its barkf, ' 4 Father: "How is it that I hnd you kissing my daughter? Answer, me sir, how is it?" 4 jack: "Great, sir, simply wonderful." I1 1 .4 ,l. ll I? i , ll ' "xy Tannie: "Can a literary man do anything on a l211'll1?. lg A .il Q Sam: "Sure If he makes a success of it, he ?2Ill.XY1'lIBaXYlSB iaitin ew telling People how it was done. If not, he can write funn? 901195 wut his failures." Doctor: "Open your mouth wide and say a-21-H-all Garcia: "Me no speaka English. fi Mid, :"EQ-lf" ..A.a----,A--f-----H -'r"'f1i"T:Q '13l?,'.iIal--Qs-fi-'Q . ,,, .-.- .... ...--4-Y L--H"--L"-Y-M-'-' ' 1, j ' ,,-.-.-.-.- .7-.,,-,E,.....,..-.....-..-v-.--.- -----:-ff- frrr- V I- I - R ' 1 -s f- I A - " ' - . ,. .. I .Y -I san- X. ,,:'u. ..Y,.'4 , 'rf z. Y - --- ----1--'Al'-W-A--aff-'-I 'WVVW ' ,Y-.'...i7g11--1 -7-4" - --.---T' .v.i:fff--------l-----li------'-" ii 'V i " 1' I i I 51111 1 V 1 1 I I 5 lj bi I I I I j I I I 7 I ' N.. 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"Yes," indeed," answered the neophyte, "or I wouldn't be drinking so much water to get a little." . AT THE BASKETBALL GAME "Shim: "Why did they put Hy out of the game ?" Him.: "For holding." Her: "Isn't that just like Hy?" These jokes maybe old, And should be on the shelf, But if you don't like them, Send some in yourself. Ma Peters: "I want to see you get 100 per cent on the exam, Marronf' Mex: "So do I. Let's pull together." Hy: "It says that a person is never hungry when asleep." Sol: "Then you should never.-have to eat."' Mr. Wright: "Varieties of roses are-Maid Marion, Dorothy Perkins-f' ' Gilly: "What's her address?". Mr. Dodge, i.n Vet Science: "Who would like to butcher themselves ?', Lotti: "May I be excused from brooder duty tonight, Mr. Banner? I have a date with a swell jane and I don't like to stand her up." Prof. Banner: "Sorry, jack, I can't let you go, but we must not dis- appoint the girl. Where did you say you were to meet her g" Kolly: "Why is a kiss thrOugh the telephone like a straw hat?" Miss Amityville: "Because it is not felt." Notice to Pollet: When a girl begins to call you by your first name. watch out, she likes your last one. w.sn-r.. . . a..w3w.7.-...u.1-ws.:-ar:u..a.azuwss-v.:n:a.nn. .'.n.v.r.r:. : - . , . .. ,. . ,I , .W I I I I' jk ,.,,,,,,,, ,--, E u ,k',.--,, "":'nzI5,y:IygggkJIIpsQgnif ,.,, J, ,f-gi'-L I1121 v I Mr. Peters: "I will now take some sulfuric acid and-" Q :Q . . , MA ivvv 9 N Y I 5 36 . -I-W.:::,l:.:..:: :: :: SSA ,,:, Ewan 513 5 '+A-,:i'..--?:e:vTfl 5 : I 4 I . an I l , I ' Rotfort. "That wouldn't be a bad idea." . ' ' E p Avedon: "Mamma, did you buy me from the stork?" ' ' Mamma: "Yes, dear, why do you ask?" Avedon: "Oh, I've often wondered Why you d'd 't f f dollars, and pick out a little boy without freckles." 1 n pay a. eu more : l I' I P' CONFESSIONS or A SENIOR ' 2 I When I proposed I lost my head, 2 ,I Which fact I quickly told her. ' I I d1dn't mind, for she instead Put her head on my shoulder. , , I S I . f : 1 . ,, . 1 Sammy Weisrosz Hurrah! Five dollars for my first storyli' f g ji Roommate: "From whom ?" :I , Sam: "The express company-they lost it." 'I "I'll pay you thirty dollars a month and board," said Farmer Bumble- ' ri, foot. . . "Thirty and board V' indignantly replied the applicant for the hired- manship. "Say, waddaya think I am, anyhow-a college graduate?" l t I I, "I'll raise you two," said the Wealthy widow to the orphans. 5 z ,S 5 ' I ii r i 1 Garcia: "Have you an hour to spare ?" i k g Mabel: "Yes." 'I I I is George: "May I kiss you good night ?" Q E ' I YES, IT'S QUITE ANNOYING p In the parlor, O my darlin', Q 11 When the lights are dim and low, - ,if That your face is thickly powdered, iw gi. I-Iovv am I, Sweetheart, to know? f 1 'I Every Week I have to carry +1 NI V 1 Every coat that I possess u , U ' ' To the cleaner's-vvon't you, clarlin. ii , , Love me more. and powder-less! V z l 'sf' : pf She: "Oh, what a dark room!" . H ' ,S 'Blucherc "Well, here's where things clevelfllle- ,Qi If tai 9? ' ii 4 ll , -.. .....-. .,.-,. ff--A "ir-3 1 r W-. eee- ' f 113 i ' . :k!s1W"11iQ"i . am ' I ' T ' 'I 1 . I I I 'I , I ' u Ind ,HI ..,,. .e.'S?3'5 ' 5, ,. ,.,. , . ,. ,, , IIIYII I III , A SENIOR S LAMENT 3"I7"i . . - AZAI Those tempting' lips, those rogueish eyes, IQI That' smile of herys I idolize. I up And yet, I do not step .her out. In fact, it's easy to resist her. The reason why is obvious: I I She's my sister. HI SI II ' E I I I ANCIENT PROVERBS OF AGGIELAND ' "Lock your door so that you may keep your neighbors honest." I I "I-Ie who loses his wife and marries again did not deserve to lose his ' 'I - as E wife. ii "Wer liebt nicht VVein, Weib und Gesang, Er bleibt ein Narr sein I I QLebenlangf' II I I I I I 5 I I I ' . . I I I went to- a fountain with Mary And met with an awful mishap: For I awkwardly emptied a bottle Of soda all over her lap. . But Mary was gentle 'and gracious CFor none is so tactful as shejg And smiling with perfect composure "3 Said sweetly: "The drinks are on me." 'iS ' I :I The Aggie who tries to keep a stiff upper lip feels resolution failing if when he meets a kissable girl. , I ' 'I JI . I Trip: . "Why do blushes creep over girls' faces P" I ' Mary: "Because if they ran over they wouldkick up too much dustf' , I . I ' 'I I "Why did Mabel quit going with that young farmer?" ' "Just before he proposed to her he opened her mouth to look at- her teeth." I. - I . 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' I Cream COMPLIMENTS ' V Tel. 14 Main St., Farmingdale OF ' I 1 III Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Hartman I I COMPLIMENTS A OF ' - Boxing Club. Ia? W JOSEPH MANISCALCO. ,III X fffiffh A T '1 " III ven ue al or Men's and Ladies' Clothes Made :I """ to Order III: I ' 'FII S30-S60 - xi! Dry Cleaning, Pressing and Dyeing II. CONKLIN 'STREET FARMINGDALE, N. Y. - X I I II II: is " HI? III . fi -it -.--- I ...- H 1-4'Ifff f52- - .:"- ii l ,'., f""f" - ' M 51201 ' i , g Comm xmsma OF . Ralph L Sloat 'L ,Q 'i 4 1 fi all gi KRANZLERS . Since 1891 uw-4 Department Store COMPLIMENTS OF Student i Association SGML a iei 'ff was ., X 2 'Q A H 1 4 ' 1 i FARMINGDALE, L. I. 4 1 1 i w V ,, H V . i 54' ?. .iv w, . El ,L be pi 4 ,VL iii A pi 'vv w ix 'ix lv' . iv .IJ .ggi it A , , 5 Q 5 Pnrrrr 8 ONS ,N .....- mconponrrezo ---- 211 coAl..g:- Lunar-:R -2- Fl-:E-D tee? 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I 1 ,Fir : If :E II HARRY NEWMAN, Agent Telephone 17 I 2 If -if FARMINGDALE, LONG ISLAND as 'Q 2:5 ' TX: n. 5' if 55571 I I I f iii? E I LHP? I I NIE I - - R EQIIE E I III: I 'I : : I I' Q I Compliments of the A i I Illia I 2 I M I lumni Association 'n 1 I . I I ' Iii I 7' , :I ii I if I ni I I 1, ' 35 an I f I : g 5 I l I g 'I : g I : 2 1' I I I Ni .1 I hi' Q :.sna..l.n ul Jn..'n1.-'A .-'.A.n.s - .CN-A'.uv:.i-I-.na I Ah - - . ,, ., . . W M. -Y' , , , A ' ' - 'I-0-1 Hluwunn pb-Lgwtmf um.. .w,i,n.. . -A1u..1..x'..s..s.4n,.x .n.a.-1.,,.,, x +1 , 1. -I -1 u , l ' ' " ' xii' " " " """ """' "" ' " "" ' ' -- 'U 1' "" ri'-' ' -I 'A ' . , .... .,. ...Thwhvwjkmimwuv-W-U A V- xixvrfrnnm-fwwlv-1'4"""?: 'I 51221 Q 5-,,...-1-1-0-ff r BNYBSSA or fjgmam-: V 5 BOOKS NOVELTIES STATIONERY J W S The Book Store Electrlcal Contractor N yssa FARMINGDALE, L. IQ Compliments of I Dr. Follett Glassware, Bulbs and Fixtures Dental Surgeon Hicks urseries Westbury, L- I- T iri'f'."F A ' ' ,Qgjw-1 -2 Y- '4 Zig ,Y -MM f?.T'- 'Lf .2fTf'T' Uv ,c 12- .' ' V' --M L,1,g::" F" --- H231 77:1 1 l V. 1 S '4 ll 1, I' , ,xl I ga.: 1 -. I-', g:::. , ,N 1-- . . Six. 1iff-7AZI4a?'?4544T174?:':'3ZTS'TT'TVLTTIIT-T-TTETTTTTTTT-TT'I22:.e'3r,:21'g' r-'fff34?1'?ilf-- il ? 1 , il u W' , l ,545 RESS Inc. THE BETH PAGE P, , f lf y Publzkhers ll! E rl THE FARMINGDALE POST gf "Another Farmingdale Institution" 1 ,I ., gi 1 ll .ls 5 if . - - Alp1ne Candy K1tchen ri Mrs. L. Winter H u l lg! I , DCllC1OLlS Home CMade E, - C d' nd Ice ream gi Bakery, Lunch Room an les a A FARMINGDALE, N. Y. I - . I as aa as Farmlngdale, i Branch of Amityville' Candy Kitchen T515 A f-' O 2 if' I obbink 85 Atkins 5 R OSE S i ir- Our descriptive New Rose Catalog, profusely illustrated in color and f Q black, is replete with the largest and most complete collection of Roses 9 2 in America. All of our plants are two years old, low-budded and Held- , rown. We shall gladl mall a co of this com lete Rose Catalog to , p g . Y PY P , pl those who lntend to lant Roses. : 4 P i In our 500 acres of Nursery, we grow everything for the complete 5 4 planting of every style of garden. I LILACS, EVERGREENS, JAPANESE YEW RI-IODODENDRONS, HARDY Y 4, AZALEAS, TREES AND SI-IRUBS, ROCK GARDEN PLANTS, OLD FASH- fx IONED FLOWERS, FRUIT TREES AND BUSHES, BROAD LEAVED EVER- Q GREENS, AMERICAN AND JAPANESE HOLLY, GIANT FLOWERING U I MARSHMALLOW. Q la The above are described and priced in our Illustrated General Catalog. When request- : l mg Catalog, please state ln what you are interested. NURSERYME N AND FLORISTS RUTHERFORD E , NEW JERSEY v s:eac:',,,...l-v.. u.1.n 4.a.w:.7,..n...-m.s v r..r.r..x ,Ny-guna VI-uw,-ur ,,,-,g,,uk,'A.n,gA y , ,Mn nl-.xl Jwhbhh QW as , , ,... -.""fTTfiTv""v"""e'e'tf't"""e " M Il24l I iii:,g.-:':.Tg:gIZl22:.,i-.:t.Z:f.11'-v' ' ' lf,fer-N'V'--we-""-""'f"""""' """'-'I-7 I- 1 e v-s -'- Y 1-ff--If' ' f' , A .---. , ' . '-:-f."f:-.- :df W 4 --H ---' '-rf -Q' f-ffxfe. ,fl' .- . ,fi ' 1. I ,." L, K-.XI .K 37' ': 'IW ', ff- 'i Qf1fflf7"f I 'M ' 4. iw,'9g1f:i:l i Q, 4, 45. I of Xi ..-Q ...,4,fw , ,zjw-ffp.. L2a:32:f.-21:21 I ka J 'JQLL-w?, ',,fE...:,-.L.. '-' --------l -- Li-..-1+ COMPLIMENTS OF COMPLIMENTS OF I C. F. B I L L S John A. Forst M. D. Compliments and Best Wishes from "UNCLE" FAR IMPLE E TS AN FERTILIZER Gnly the best Farm Implements and Parts are handled by us Fertilizers of the Best Grade OUR- PRICES ARE RIGHT W. WILTO Woon CINCOR POR ATE Dj I-Iuntmgton Statlon, Phone 425 - Syosset, Phone 173 ara mv , 1h'W'lK'l'h '5D"l'f L+- 126 if V25 'ii 1 , fx, fyl, 'Jil ff'l- Pl:-' IW I IA wig Ile ,W Qqxl IMS? .ma-. Fw I' ll I-ffl! mil? IEEE le WE ll? ,V 1. j 'NSY' Nui' E , lelll dl' Ulf lgllil I I ifltf -: ,FH ill fa s lil? Ctr? ew life Pg.: 3- 'fi Vilff 2 I . . ' :TS gill igi 3.55 I 4 5' lx S-if L, 5: 515 I 'l' " ai. 5 li I 1 erin liiillr la :UI 51 ln IP I i f ii N ld 5 -I 1 1 1 . gf 11 ' 1 1 2 3 1 5 1 5 1 i . 1: 1 5 H Q E , E H 1 F1 1'W 'I H 1. E3 5 ,H :TE PM ec 5 E u ii. 219 Q11 1 1 1 11? 1 1 'mi' 11 11 .FEE 11 Ni 11 , 11 1 12 115 1' 1 LW 1 , 1 I "I fu fl J S xl -I J El .11 1 1 1, ,1 ! 1 H 1 ,1 1 1 wi' ' 'a 3 YE :w '. 1 T : ' P ? 5 7 , 1 1 1. nl 1 1 1 - 1 : I 1 1 1 arrett Busch 1 .1 1 1 I if , -1 85 Son 1 ' I 1 1 1 - '1 1 51 QNCORPORATED1 3 'J ' 1 11 1 1 I - ' 1, jg FEED and COAL 1 if fv .'.' 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Pinelawn New York Mz'l,6' and Cream Long Island Eggs ,.,...., ,.., ..c.... .,... , , , ' 1--'54, i f'fl'1MQ " ' 1e.ei, i 'nihvf I lui 1 IAA YN' Q, v 5 'I6v'r 1r 1-" 4' , W N yr H jk ,HMA '1 .. x 'A .wx 0 , i N vw-o--1--V-.,......, A xllfdfrxs I I ' , ' IIJR M .. . I I E : gl, ahlman'S T aXi Service EARMINGDALE, L. 1. TELEPHONE was if l DUGAN BROTHERS, TNC. Bakers For The Home BROOKLYN-NEW YORK CITY, and NEWARK, NEW JERSEY 113 V FINE FLAVORED, CAREFULLY WRAPPED BREAD DELICIOUS PIES, CRULLERS, CAKES, BUNS, COOKIES, ETC. SPECIAL CAKES FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS l IOOM, Whole Wheat Bread, Krimples and Muffins. Gluten Bread for Diabetes. lv Endorsed by Alfred W. McCann, the National Food Expert, and Many Physicians f .l '. 1 N a ,:. 1 V ORDER AND SALES DEPARTMENT Telephone Stagg 5290 fig :il ,fl Kindly Address Communications to Sales Store 3' ,lay aw ik 287 Broadway, BROOKLYN, N. Y. ,W 1 TELEPHONES OF BRANCHES :Y 4780 Richmond Hill, L. I. 2765 Lynbrook, L. I. Befgfn 5478 CNCW JCTSCYD 3694 Flushing, L. I. 4141 Montclair, N, J, Bensonhurst 9634 I l IQ .1 , .2 lfii. ' gill! ii in 'T A T ff'TFif7 7 3 Fu ----Q--S-- ...-,.- ..., . ....., ,,,...-, k J' 1 -af w- 'N ' gg::,,.::TL..,..-..--..-........,..... ---...,...--.. .,. --K., . .L.. -- ,wwrl-L3 51291 ,V 4 ,lr ',.gg:,gj.g Lf,Z1L?,,lQ.lX-A1,YAI.2lfTf.iT.ffTi,i.f.lY"...E.:-T V. r I..- A , , , . ull' E 1. I I x"ll W Eng' ' lull 'I w I im 'l Il, ,AI 1 Il JI if IJ .I i :J 5 I I P.. 1, u ,...T .IQ'lIfiI1..f.'ffI', 'ff 4 fir, T Cum x R -l,-. ,-fy-,ry 1, rw- --ff1ggg,33,,,1. .ann I ,:' f J-,VL .q, fir li F Q I ,lm L., Q 1 -Nfl Jil ii fl l AI rl 1 ' Ii C W alter L. Smith 5' Ii' I . flljl COMPLIMENTS G NEEUEPQEPEEE Q3 V31 Cigars, Statzoners ami. I I OF M agazines 4 Ii, I' - THE GRANGE TELEPHONE EEE 5 If 'ff 3 I I If I tim ' I Compliments of I F all . 1 I Long Island Chapter 'pf Iwi ' 'V IA will , , If' Corda Fratres Association- in lg Cosmopolitan Clubs ' I I E II If - 2 I I :I E 'I E I. I 4 . 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