Fieldston School - Fieldglass Yearbook (Bronx, NY)

 - Class of 1951

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We epend elght n1o11ths of the year for slX years attendlng F1CldblOll, a11d each of o11r days there lb a Vltdl part of Oul whole educatlon Not Ollly do we learn that a -l-b c , that corpus, Lorporzs lb a thlrd declens1on neutel noun meamng body dlld that denszty equalb wezght ozer volume but we also learn to l1ve and n1ake f11ends wlth all lillldg- of people, to work and loaf equally well, to judge ou1 CXIJCTISIICCH and from them to fo1m ou1 ow11 bas11 sense of values It ls the dSblITllldtl0ll of these lCldtlVCly m111o1 events of our 1l11ly ex1sten1e tl1at d11e1ts ll 1ll towards the p1tl1 of matnxe, xespon slble, world 1o11s1 IUUS aclulthood Eve1y lVlOllll 1y IIIOIIIIIIU., .l.10I'Il beptember to June five lIl1IlLllCCl leepy Fleldstonltes 1oll out of bed and staffger up to Slll00l Wll9lll6l we I6 shuf lllllg llllilllgll d1y leav1s 111 1 1ool autumn breeze t1y1ng to 1en11111 upught o11 tl1e llppely 11y paths of YNIIIIQI 111 UIISULCSH fully dV0llllIlg the llllnllll l1e1t ol late prmg we all 1tten1pt to shelye the thoughts of f'YLlllllg week ends a11d 10111 ennate o11 the homewoxk lor tlns 111111111110 s H1 t p6ll0d cl1 Sllll NNlclpp6il 1Il ou1 sem11o11s11o11sness we fln1lly I6'clLll 11111 l111ke1s dllll fumble f0l tl1e keys we may 111 n11y Il0l have 1CH16IlllJ6lCll to liflllff H lllglllg up ou1 1oats Mllll h IIIN illdllly n11 the hooks and ldllll o11 tl1e floor gr llllilll 111 11 a 1 1 11111111 lllll ll Fl 11111 Gllllllily lille the y 1w11 tl11l llflllf 1 f an l1on1 l11 l11111l the 1le k Ill the l0lll ofth1 room Altel tl111ty s1x1n llllIIlll.fN o vallous 111elev1nt thoughts 111 puhaps eyen Llllllplelt llhflllkt' ol 111cb11 non, we fin 1lly 11al11e that we h ue nnssed the thnd 11111 fin 1l 1xpl lll 1t1on of the problem we IICNGI l0lllLl Ullllt 1st lllLl llld we wake llp lll t1111e for sec Ollll pe1 10d 'lhe week stletches Oll before lls hve days from 11111e tlll Hxe, p mkel wlth our four majors our dHb0ltCd HIIIIOIN gym, Eth1cs, a11d student goy ernme11t Paltles, games, field trlps, a11d festlvals fill ou1 spare momente For the Fnst Form, that week 1s an 111tern11nable amount of t1me a11d vaca tlons are always blX weeks awav, but fol tl1e S1xth five days go onlv too qulckly the weeks plle up to mld years va1at1o11s con1e and go June loth looms I1CdI?l a11d nearer o11 the hor1zo11 As ou1 Form 11umber 111 reases, all does our appreclatlon of the 1mpo1ta11t factors III 0111 1ourses llld our ff lllZdtlUIl of the lJdNlC p11nc1ples underlymg ou1 f.dl1Ldtl0Il at Fl6ldNl0Il In I'CVlCWlllg OUI days, week and years at school, we must for a mo mellt glance at the serloub slde and try to f01l'IlLlldl6 a COIlCCpll0ll of o11r edu catlonal ldCdlS by lCL0gI1lZlIlU the fundamental dlfllb of our teachers ln each of our courses Math, Engllsh Hlstory, s11en1c, dllll f0I'ClgIl languages 51 i ffg X .' 'G I I K I . 4 A L - ' L M . V , 1 a 2 1 , Z . 1 fat, 2 . . - -. . - .- . . ' .. . . ' . I . ' , , . if fllfguy I . I K y. y. I . N v V I yn Q K ' 'U 1 r ' 2, " ' il , ,, 1 , V V s . . I , . V " f 3 " , ' " 5 ' Us 's A wss. ki ' v 1, . Q B' '- I , ,- L- VL:x', ' V 2 .' 4 4 I ' n' fx- 4 ' Q, ' " ' 11 I' 'ss , ' . , z ' g the wrong book-w'hy must History' and Chem both be lJl'0VVll?'WP stumble 't - 'lass' 1 '1th,"al 1 . ,"z' 1 'gszpl-'1 " 1' 1 s" ,f' 1 . " " -.'-ff ' :pf ' 5 z 'f' , A ' z D , " 1 1 H z 1 l .. , ' si., A l.f1 u D kv, v - . A . v- . K I A yka 1. v v g vr "0 ' . 7 1 Q J 9 ' , 9 I - 9 ' V' . . . - Q . y - 1 - -w 1 . - A 1 1 1, . . c .I - 4 - 4 A- v c 1 U 1 4 4 N A N' I n 1 1 1 , l 1 . . 7 , I. . I ' 1 , . . c. 1 . , .. 1, . not only teach us the details of their specific fields, but also train our minds in different thought processes and help us to evolve the set of values which will guide our development in human relationships. The manual skills developed, the cultural interests formed and enlarged, the respect stimulated for the abil- ity of others. and the satisfaction of creative work. all combine to prove the value of our minor subjects. ln gym, besides improving our physical coor- dination, we all learn the importance of working with and cheer- ing for our teams. Student government gives us experience in setting up and abiding by our own rules. in associating with others. in choosing our leaders. and in assuming positions of responsibility. The school feels it im- portant to have us participate as an integral part of a community and re- quires that we take a Community Service Minor. Although a low' groan is often audible when Mrs. Munzer and Miss Kay inform the Fourth Form that they are expected to work. the experience is usually a happy one. The hand that materializes in the classroom groping for the attendance sheet. the all-important person seated at Mr. Mann? desk. carefully putting the proper card in the proper book. the figure that rushes by on an errand for M rs. Bar- rett. the helpful worker at the Lower School. the bearer of trays at Nledical Center-all seem to forget the fifty-hour goal and are surprised to find them- selves way over that number by June. In addition to the discipline of work, we find that life can be fun, as we enjoy gay parties and field days, well-buried in an avalanche of crepe paper, posters, Pepsi Cola, music, costumes, balloons, and brooms. Staying for games, cheering for our teams, victorious or not, obliterates all thought of tomorrow's test. After two weeks of fun, hard work. canvas, paint, needles, net, and Tommie, the final glittering glamor of producing a Festival always brings the Form closer together. In the fall and spring, the tops of lockers are adorned with the suit- cases, jeans, and guitars of the Field Trippers. Hard beds, cold nights, marshmallows, dancing, work, and long bus rides make up exhausting but wonderful weekends. Hudson Guild, Wiashington, Medical Center, Felicia, and Penn- sylvania coal mines all spread the welcome mat for Fieldstonites with the Wanderlust, and everyone is always amazed by the xi' rate at which time flies during an excursion. The year is full. the days are it 2 if long and busy. and as Monday ends. the whole school empties K out slowly. and each Fieldstonite staggers home under the load of text books. homework, and the prospect of another eventful school week. USE SEATING PLAN A. . Last year we heard and felt the blastings at the far end of the quad- rangleg as the red bricks slowly took shape, we finally recognized our new Assembly Building. Mr. Tate greeted the First Form as the first class to spend all its Tuesday mornings at Fieldston in seats that were shaped to fit a human back. Those seats were fastened earthward, but our eyes were fastened stageward. In a world living through hard lp times, with its peoples confused, its problems international, l Q Q cu . . 5 T the Internal Arrangements Committee attempted to give us some understanding of pertinent issues. Bobbsey might have A had some difficulty with her French accent in introducing M Auberjanor , but that gentleman had no trouble teaching us about the functions of the Voice of America Forty minutes rs too short a time for any thorough discussion and Julian was a little agitated when Mr McClosky realrzrng this fact talked rnformatlvely about Israel through most of second armament stimulating many discussions on the subject Mrs Sergenran en lightened Us about Chinese social conditions Students and faculty Joined forces to present their observations culled from summer experiences, on education and living conditions in various European countries First period Tuesday had come to be the time when we could supplement our daily cur rrculum with a study of the world todas and its effect on us 6. -we W if N014 v ' S . - 4 mf, , l . -1 k A ii . 'In .S 4 . . u 4 l ' 4 ' ix' l A' W. , 4 .1 A K- A . 1 . 4 . I L' ' ', I . - 4 , 1 . ' 1 . 4 J -I 1 K. ps period. Mr. Oresman presented his views on German production and re- : ' ' ' 5 '- ' , Q ' ' - ...Tl-IE CCDURSE IS PLANNED' In the Kelly Lab we started our pilgrimage through the realms of sci- ence down what seemed a path of destruction. ln Second Form while we were confined to the Bunsen burner, Mr. Bassett was armed with a pump ex- pressly used for the purpose of showering us, in order to prove the incom- pressihility of water. We advanced to Fourth Form and Bio, where we re- ceived our scalpels, with which considerable damage could be done to the interiors of frogs. But Mr. Kotlar retaliated by attacking us with long, in- comprehensible words, and Hontogenyis recapitulation of phylogenyw drove us back to squirrting at pretzel-shaped germs until it was time for Physics. There we recovered the use of the Bunsen burner and added the dry cell to f"NfQQ all H XANK Una, the list but although we could burn out our ammeters they did not come as cheaply as frogs Mr Klock blandly assured us during demonstrations that excepting those in the first row we had an excellent chance of survival We also suspected Ray of being in league with the devil when he would drsap on' In Chem all was changed By simple arithmetic we students could make more poison gas than Mardle Some of us also had visions of fortunes in silver while others dreamed of running drstrllerre Lab coats were painted hair was lnged and fingers appeared acid stained But as we peered through the maze of detail and smoke we realized that the scientific method had arrived and so had the core of our education 1 " , V Q-A I 7 l , f ' fl ' . 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TN' .ku o5Qffg,, ,Q .Jann 2, ffjv. .294 .-,Lg '- ',!f"?'.'2" , ffwiff-11' WW93 xx WI-IDLE VCDTES IN FAVGR Today the world rs faced wrth the problem of unrtrng to form a Govern rrrerrt whrch wrll grve rrrerr the opporturrrty to survlve rn a peaceful bltlle-ltlOll I eople must learn to work and lrve together, armrng rt rndrvrdual goale, xet etrrxrng to realize urnsersal rdeals If the Lnrted Natrons rs to succeed as our world goxernnrent, every member mubt learn that all crtrzens hare to partrcrpate actrvely We rt Preldston need practrce to enable IIN to functron effectrvely db future world lltlZCllS Our school ha provrded Us wrth the op porturrrty to garrr tlrrs experrence btudent government rs gurded by a con strtutrorr drawn up, rnrprowed upon rnd followed by u Our career of lead erehrp began at the end of la t year, when we elected ofhcers Wrth Chit presrdrng over the Lonncrl we were rll set to conquer whrtcxer obstacles rnrfrt rpperr lNcwlx c ectecl Editors rnc Lrpttrns jornec wrtr Husrres lVl rn rger to draw up the ll separate budgets Alan rlonf wrtlr the Flllllltl Lornnrrttee arrrved promptly at 8 20 exery dav to cast hrs prr rrrrornous eye over the rnflated figures rncl brrng a plruslble budget belore the Councrl As we departed to store up nruch needed sleep oxer the nnrrrrer, all plan rc recn rn rce or 1 ucce ful tear We were welcornec lr tele ln the fr rx the colorful and rnnn rtc cl posters ol the prohfie Publrcrtx Lornnnttee under rrrrttee whose co tunre candred apple rnd gas decor rtron rdded to the fun The Hou e Conrnnttee contrnuecl to run buffet urrtrl they reached what at fir t eenrecl an rnsurrrronntable obstacle rn the fornr of a darlx dellcrt The orurrr w rs ca ed to cl'-ttlws the mrtter incl Prul M pre ltllllf' rn 9 exe chan helped Sue N nrd Hrnlel to re rch rn rgreerble solutron Lncler the glllllilltt of Dlclcre 9 the Publrc rtrons QOIIIITIIUCC' supcrwlsed the prrntlrrg of three publrcatrons 'lhe Comnrurnty bervrce Comnnttee s numerous drrves were succeesfully run ly Judy and Emmy Lou who also rexrxed the Ethrcs Collectrons progranr The Boys and Glll Qports Cornnnttees rrrrtrated the freetrme gym program rncl collected poclcetbocrlss en nraaae Peter Q a Cornmrttee Coordrnator helped the whole system to funetron eflectrvely The Srxth Form, Jornrng together to brrng about a change rn school polrcv achreved a relaxrnv of emokrng ruleb, but were unable to elrmrnate Sernor finals We vorced 0pllll0I1b, made requestb that were recerved by proper au thorrtres and learned that the democratrc manner rs the best way to expres ourselves and ac lrreve our goals We proceeded quretly rn student govern ment puttrrrg out three successful publrcatrorrs, atterrdrng nrarry excrtrrrg sports events, partlcrpatrrrg rn enjoyable partlee, lretenlrrg to lrrformatrve as semblres and, most rmportant of all garrrrng experrence rn governrng our selves . 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C0-Crzplains: Peter Sie- gel. ,lim Boone. Maddy' jones, Harvey' Litt. Second row: Tom Kugelmann. George Sereni. Al- hie Miller. Max Pruzan. Bob Schlesinger, Dirk Luykx. lirnest Schwartz. Third r0u': Manager: Don Scherl. Ken Bassett. Alan Roth. Bob Rosenstock, Elliot Goldman. Howard Goldin. Steve Cohen. Stuart Auerbach. lfdcly' Pasternak, Seth Kranz. Rieharfl Frieclherg, Coach: Clarry Miller. Of l GIRLS' TENNIS First row: lillen Deitsch. Cnplllin: Tirzah Silber- stein. Sue Wolff. Ser-oml rout Esther Klein. Ann Klein. Ann Neulverger. Connie Pollaek. Tlzirrl role: llnnny l.ou Phillips. Betty Krasne. Katy Butler. Anne lioss. Ann Nlielielson. No! l'lil'flH'l'II.' Barhara Harlan. Coach: Pat Katzenstein. .Unn- uger: Lynn Meyer. BGYSTENPHS Firsl r0u': Joe Brenner. Victor Novick. Ernest Hartmann, Steve Peck. Boh Krissel. Second row: Harvey Schuster, Joel Hasen, Captain: Mike Blumenfeld, Jon Levy, Michael Kasclen. BASEBALL Firsl row: Michael Wolfert Carl Sperry. Cliff Alexander, jack Coldfarh, Boll Abrams. Second row: Coach: Honey Baker. Joel Berson. Bruce Gcko. Marty Rosenfeld. Ruger Gut- xsillig. Michael Bokat. Playing Manager: Danny Schapiro. Third Row: Leonard Brook. Heed Rubin, Dick Havitch, Alan Pasternak. Bah Wyker. Barry Littmann. llnnaltl limhintler. DIG FOR TI-IE CDYSTER c ghtcr s s x Social Lomnnttee ucceedecl nr lnrngrn togcther lot ol people rt mrny gn lunetron wherc they ci tneecl, Vngnna reeled played garncs tnd rte their way through rn enjoyable er enrng The long and short of I'lClLlsl.0ll met on Orient rtron Day hefore school hegan rn an attempt to weleonre the new Fir t Form Experienced SIXHI Fornrers pointed out the length of the trip from the lVl1ddle bchool Corridor to the Lrhrary a they explained that Lounerl, Forum and Lornmrttees meet Wednesday 8th perlod Field Day followed rn qurelc succession wrtlr an afternoon of varrous sportb rneludrng the tfddl trorral fac ulty hunt, a upper of franlcfurtere, and an evening of dancing The First Form could be seen merrily performing doe er doee to lVlr Baseetts call while Seeond Fornrere hlrthely exeeuted the eomplrcated step learned at Friday evening darrcrng class Aetounded onlookere wondered rf we all hadnt progressed to seeond childhood when we Lame to an early Chrrstma party dreseed rn our lcrndervarten best Wrth teachers ae nurbemard Helen through Sixth Formers cavorted rn anything from dlapers and nrghtgowrrs to ekrrtb five lIlCllCS above the knee The Third Form turned from Barn Dance to Crrcu from hlue Jeaned square dancers to elownnrg acrohate to complete their soc 1 rl season while the ophonrores rgrrorrrrg the laclc of snow rn liner dale created their own bkr lodge ts haclcground for an exciting evening After Hrlewon s Open House the Prfth Fornrers gne up ophrstrcatron for relrxrtron donning jeans rnd plrrd shrrt for their second succeesful rarty and the senior enjovecl the clrshrng duels of Cyrano lrefore retiring to Connie s :lor supper and oc 1 rllzrn The all school Open House at La ter time the Frrewell Party ln June rounded out 1 yerr of socr rl events that can onlv he remembered as wonderful fun xx NEB sf ,qsyr '5 it ff' rf ew ANQMV 'L' '15 ' ' I . Th 1 li x ' side of life is always enlivenecl hy purtieg. and this year' thc- .' fa ' ' s 'r , ' " ' g Y' ' s ' z z ' la u' i V S, ' z ' ,7 - 1- +.',z 1, " .. 7 v I ii V I , I 7 I I . A x, s 1. A: I Q. i . , Q s I L,-5 , Q . , , , 5 1 I QS ' 't . .' . ' -. 7 . 5 . ' . N t' w K- --K-' 7 1' . . . ' ks L- - -, ' . ' 4 '- . A . 3 A S vt ' w 4 I . ' . - vs i s v ' v l - s.- v A sw ,hs T' 5, ' ' ' ' " ' f ' ' 5 s , 1 1 , . . s - - 1- : - ks s ' l -OA L- . I 1 A' q 1 11 A . and Jules as lVlr. and Mrs. Santa and candied a les for refreshments Third 1 a . K. . . , ', D . , 3 , , 3 ' - . 5, -' . if . . kv . - ' V . . . V s -,,-he " ' " , ag ' 'A ,:" 1 ' . , H u ,, .. N W Q .1 . . z Q , . , . gr s . :- a ai , ' " sz 2' g"s ' ' gr 5 1".a a ,z." 5 " ,"" . , . . -Q . . . .Y 1 1 ' Q 2 sw g. ,z -A w, ' , 2 ' ' z ' ' ' 1 z Q fa ' 5 ' 4, 'Y 1 A cw .l U' W "1 .- X1 ' I .g Q , 4 . ,N ' - R 4, 1 f 4 i X l. B A 4 U -. V, Y Q . V 5 A In xx I ' , ' 4 , N - ' D llf' 2 -A -1 F I' , 4 , I . P- " 4 ,W 1 ljfz' I ' . , Y 9 1 X Q ,' , . I I1 - I Y x 1 I ' PUBLICATICDNS The wheels turn. the ink runs smoothly. and thi- reeord ol' a yearis work if preseryed in hlaelx and white. Points seored and poetry. festixals and free- dom ofthe press. these are the parts that make up the whole. fused hy our ereatiy e powers. We are praetieal people as well as dreamers. For the unfortunate mm-mhers of the Lil .llug Board. Sunday is no longer a day of rest. Aspiring authors experienee their first literary pangs of joy oi sorrow. depending on the dem-ision of the almighty erities. hut getting up early is often repaid hy the tliw- eoyery of an unusual story or true poetit' talent. Fielzlgfrlss eomes hut onee a year, hut leading up to the date of puhlieation is the most complex jolt ol' organization and planning that eonfronts the staff ol' any puhlieation. Meetings take place on Tuesday nights. and roast heel' sandwiehes are forgotten in the midst of layouts. photographs. and seramhled copy, while the deadline dates loom darkly oyer the hori- zon. Spring draws near. and the final jolt of pasting up is completed hy ha rried editors. The end result-A a thin volume with aetiyities and emotions appearing as words on a page: hut they are words whivh have the power to make us rememher and recapture the excite- ment and pulselreat of a year that if now history. In the printshop. pieees of lead and type have to he assemhled and coordinated hefore a single idea eau appear on a printed page. There are noise and confusion. hut out of ehaos eomes a finished product. The Fielflslon .'Yf"It'S eomes out on time. for news is only as good as it is fresh. and the deadline is all- important. Again we have rlltlwll that the pen is mightier than the sword. for the pen van deserihe the sword. and the minds of men can ereate heauty and power even out of the unproduetiye horror of war. For. with typewriter and printing press. we replaee eannon and hattleship. and the thoughts of free men. forged in hlaek and white. van pieree more deeply than a steel hullet. FESTIVALS The First and Second Form Festival started off with a bang. as balloons burst and one hundred Mid- dle-Schoolers poured out of the side doors into the au- dience. It was a Fieldston .llucy's Day Parade. Big people and little ran up and down the aisles, dressed as anything from sugarplum fairies to painted horses. Everyone got the chance to display his talentsg the dancing. singing. and scenery were blended together into a first-rate Tonmsone production. A scene from Little Women came first, followed by the Robin Hoof! skit, in which the boys obviously enjoyed shooting their imaginary arrows as much as listening to the applause their efforts drew from the audience. Father Time, looking very fetching in his top hat. chased the diapered New Year through the Calendar Scene. It was the last day before Christmas vacation, and, al- though the First and Second Formers were a little sorry it was all over. everyone left the Assembly Hall in the perfect mood for two weeks of celebration. All through February, people were puzzled about the Fourth Form Festival. 'flfirlzclg what's that?', hltls Einstein's equation, dope. Energy equals mass times the speed of light squared." Girls ran from the auditorium in abbreviated costumes. Strange noises were heard from the Physics Lab. Then there were the usual festival signs: people talking of classes they had skipped, a perpetual state of frenzy in the Art Building. and general excitement in the Fourth Form corridor. The acting was goodg the lighting and scenery were spectacular. The first bomb dropped on Hiro- shima spread over the earth the ominous shadow of man's powers of destruction. The story of Atom her- self. with the vital problem of controlling her newly liberated energy. was portrayed in dramatically terse scenes. Perhaps some of the creatively imaginative effects usually associated with festivals were lost in the presence of a world shaking subject. but we all did gain a clearer sense of the importance of this thought-provoking theme. PILLARS CDE TENNESSEE MARBLE After a long train ride punctuated by cries of Freiheit and Peet Bog Soldiers, we arrivedm-most of us whole-in what to civilized New Yorkers looked like a cave, but to Washingtonians served as a railroad station. We were hurried into busses that swept through impressively clean and wide streets. From the windows we got our first glimpse of the nation's capital city. We gaped at buildings, parks, and people who looked important. Given the opportunity to view Congress in session, we stared at faces we had here- tofore seen only in magazine pictures, and important people suddenly ex- isted as themselves instead of as written statements in books and newspapers. We were flattered and pleased that Representative Roosevelt and Sen- ator Lehman found time to speak to us and answer our questions. We were awed by the magnificent Supreme Court building and the realization of the importance of each member of the group that holds the balance of Justice. At the Smithsonian Institute and the Library of Congress, at Lincoln Me- morial, and at Arlington Cemetery, the past became unified, and the history we had learned in books took on new meaning. 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Dick Fl'lI'lllN'l'g1. .' -" Il ' I. p' : f 'l 's ' ' Q ' l l Cl-. F,-" -'ll'g.I '-I'-l clvq' '. WIN" "'l ' '.I"I Km" .J -1-.'-.J'-'F-I--. fa ' "I" I ' .' " 1: isl -.'.' '1'llv-Il'knl'l,' '. ,er B' 'I' " ag. I Bw- lull ' Il1'.' If-I ' nv' -F" 'l Q 'Il'n, F I. that ' of Q Is'l ' " I, '. 1 ACU LTY 2 Auvustus Kloek Luther H. Tate Stevens M. Ethel Murphy Algernon D. Black Kendall Bassett Spencer Brown Fenwick Fuller Katharine Eastman George R. Darby Zella E. Colvin Evelyn Rosenthal x Q .v in 1 22 ,A V7 Y . My ' .. 'v 'Lf ' y fy , n in HQ I Q I I nv " Q 5 uf , am W 4 E T' QW- : , ,.. LQ n ,W ,.-f A MM Q .ff 'J 5 MF I X if A Q -Q -2 " Vg? ,et N ,.,, 5.31 , fi' Q fe 'Si A V,,,:, ,6 , 514, rw , 22 , L ., . , MV' 1. fv 4 V, w vi 'Vx 5 gf ,' -,Avy Ella Sergenian Delight Tolles Magda Wfoss Ethel Mahoney Chester Brown Earl Hiromoto Margaret Stanger Frieda Hirzler Garry Oniki Marian Bayes Martha Munzer Edward Glannon Marjorie Chubbuek Frederick Hcymann Eva Koch Eligahoqth Ruth Landis Geraldine Hill Ernest Peter Frances Brock Williamson Georgine Peisley Frieda Moss Clarence Miller Ida Shimanouchi William Bell si 3? ni nm WEWEHE VEHYYOUNG. if? 9 CLIFFORD ALEXANDER Lol We shall elect a captain. SUSAN ASHER She doth indeed show some sparks That are very much like wit. MICHAEL BLUMENFELD I am that highly susceptible male. I'm Romeo! I'm Romeol JOSEPH BRENNER Besides ,tis known He could speak Greek. As naturally as pigs do squeak. ANN BURNHOLZ Oh! I am stabbed with laughter! TERRY ALLEN Curfew shall not ring tonight. PAUL BARIS But still a pun I do detest, 'Tis such a paltry, humbug jest. JAMES BOONE Better to reign in Hell. Than to serve in Heaven RICHARD BRICKNER A most intense young man, A soulful-eyed young man. BARBARA CHALK How sweetly Hows That liquefaction of her clothes! CAROL COLLINS Ye pert little things W'ho trip in this frolicsome round. MARTIN DINITZ I never dare to write as funny as I can. JULIAN FLEISCHMANN So rested he by the tum-tum tree And stood a while in thought. JUDITH FULD Speak gently to the herring And kindly to the calf. JACK COLDFARB And he purchased a Steed Which he rode at full speed. MARTIN CORNELL Man and boy stood cheering by. AS home they brought him shoulder high. .IULES EISENBERG Will you. won't you. Will you. won't you. Will you join the dance? CAROL FRIEDRICKS It really doesn't matter If it's only idle chatter. JANET CARLOCK Her voice was ever roft. gentle. and low. An excellent thing in woman. BARBARA GOLDSTEIN lt is not Wisdom lo be only wise And on the inward vision close the eyes. I 5 5 Vx HELEN GOODMAN How doth the little busy hee Improve eaeh shinin hou r. l'Al'l,,X DIQGRAAFF Wondroue thinga she fashioned From the shapelese clay. H A R R IET HAN l"T "The time has f'UlIl4'.u the walrus said. "To speak of many thinws' ERNEST IIARTMANN l feel it In-re. Here in my wisdom tooth! STEPHEN HESS The world shall listen then gh l am listening now. in V153 fij RUTH GOODMAN Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm. YONA Gl,i'l'MANN She twirled 'round and round Till she near touehed the ground. PETER HELLER Bye hahy huntoid, l"ather's found an asteroidg Mother takes hy Calculation The angle of its elevation. l.ILA HERZFELD A jolu-'s a very seriou thing. JEROLD .IACOBSON Bow, how, ye lower middle clawes. HENRY JADOW Any fool can make a rule Anil every fool will mind it. MADISON JONES O! Joy of creation to he. Ol To fly and be free! MARTIN KATZ That's my last duchess Painted on the wall. HENRY KRANZ It's wiser being good than bad. It's fitter being ane than mad. ANTON Kms I am young and scorn to flit On the wings of borrowed wit. MARTIN JOFFE Oh. boys. the times I've seen. The things I've done and known! SANDRA KADIN O train me not, Sweet mermaid, With thy note. HERBERT KAUFMANN And yet you incessantly stand on your head-- D0 you think at your age it is right? BETTY KRASNE . . . come and go Talking of Michelangelo. KAROL LABADORF Be merry if you are wise. BARBARA LEAVE' A mlay for toil. an hour for sport Iillt for a friend is life loo short? .IANET LEVINE If you wish to preserve your sevret. Wrap it up in frankness. FREDERICK LEVY An ultra-poetical. Supa-resthetical. Out-of-tlie-way young man. I Ill 'NIARC US llc rnamlwd ln hn ei ntl The Ylt'ICIlIl plank ol non 4 RL"I'H MARGOLIS Life is too damned funny For nw In explain. JOAN l.El-'KOWITZ He who has not an adventure I.J05K'F PETER LEVINE And malt dues more than Milton can To justify Cod? way to man. ELI LOEBENSTEIN I haw trivd in my time to he a philosopher, But Cheerfulness was always hrvaking in. lxILIl-XRD 'Nlklxlnlx I planned tn be :ne of the culturul few With a lngh and a he-etlln brain ANN MICHELSOX Tis good to live and learn. SYSAN NEBIEROFF Anal as for my hair, l'm glad it's all thereg l'll be awfully sad when iff gune. HUGH NISSENSON Gund music. wine. tobacco. and gnud cheer Make pm-ts soar aluft Anil sing out Clear. NIONA OLTARSH Little girls are-n't no easily fooled lluwatliiys. NIARIAN PACK . . . rides in the whirlwind and direvts the storm. ALAN P.-XSTEHNAK Neva-r ask uf nmnvy spa-nt XY-llPI't' tin- fpviule-r thinks it we-nl. .ln it h ,1.5 . 95 MAHCIA PHILLIPS Movif-s are- better than cverl ROBERT PRICE 'l'lwn- is nu kiluwlwlge That is nut pnwvr. NIAHGUT HAYACE Her wrpal pen in hand She lierwly lwnt. MARTIN HU5ENI"El.lJ He prove-tl he-ft man i' the fivlfl. l..-XXX li ICNKII-I HUHIN :Xml flu-Ur rainnn-tl unml jainnwrl in busses unfl CONNIE POIIACK The-m that will. kin. MAX PRKZAN From his oak:-n -taff TIN- sph:-rc' rpm-als tu the stars. J, J C'-Q' 'P M' fl NN-!,, iff Ml ami , lm' 7 J',u.o4fy7 I RICHARD RAYITCH - For every one wlm feels inclined Swim- pmt we umlvrtake In lincl. ANNE KOSENTHAL A little nonsense now and then If relislic-cl hy thn- lwxl of !llt'Il. NUR.-X SqXl"R:KN :XII tlle' wurltliw ai wtugv. x DANIEL SCHAPIRO There was a young man in a boat Who said "l'm afloat, I'm afloat!" SALLY SCHORSCH Blushing is the color of virtue. HARVEY SCHLSTER For mumbled measures, Leaden puns. Have pity on us graceless ones. PETER SIEGEL Life is just one damned thing after another. DLLCY SINGER Whatis the use of worrying? It never was worthwhile. ROBERT SCHLESINGER Whenever I think of tllinga A little bell within me rings . . . Dingf PETER SCHUR I am an intellectual chap And think of things that would astonish yon. EVELYN SCHLTZ The worldis a fine believing world: Write news! BARBARA SILVER Thought is deeper than all speech. Feeling deeper than all thought. NIXA SMALL A wandering minstrf-I. l. ll Xlil, Sl'liRlZX VXF-ulrl lliat we vuulil fall into ller armf wiilllllllf falling: into lu-r lldllilx. 5HEll..X l'l.l.Xl.XN gXml tlmse Ilia! paint 'vm iimetf-st Paint 'cm truest. NIARCIA WEINTRAUB l will not dance to any fmrlis pipe. RUTH WOIFEHT I ullvn tliink itE cumicul . . . Falulalulula! Cll.XHl.X N S'l'lilJfXl,-XX ll"""5 I" Wumall- 1 warm: latv. but l Vdlllt llf:XYlf'l"l'E VXOU HAHHIET ZISKIX Xiu N:-arvli tlw worlml Ally culor, Xml ilu- Sea. Nr lung: F-15 lt- re-el. Xml Ilwn mum' limm- lg Ilw wvlur that Xml Ning willi im-. -um mv ln-Nt n.3,..M, , gm ,Q , ,, , lx Q iff? li 9,311 '91 'ww An W W ff, M aw: 52 'QV -. ai au "gf , . . Bw 'W A I if ,, . x U . 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A , ' ,f 1: ,f f 4 ,wi ff' x A, 1 uc.: W ,V , K W 'Jr if f lffqhf Q., N' XM 15: Y X gf? 2 , imzffvf , Aw MQ. xffff 4 ww-ww 4,4 'QV T Aff --6' W i Glmme another mouthful of clay 'lerry' pleaded Jlnny as they dlned together 111 our pre klndergarten cafe Wlth such amhroslal fare to stlmulate lntellectual curl os1ty our number grew to twentv and four oops elght whlte ITIICC Marlan was hound ln wedlock yery young but was promptly yllted when Janet entered Second Grade ln rllllfd Grade thmgs began to dzque we declded also that co educatlonal l1IldI'C9QlIlg was gfllllg too far and retlred to our respectlve locker rooms We threw away our tomahawks and hurled the hatchet of Thlrd Grade only to return agaln 1n wooden shoes to sall up the Hudson on the Half Moon Dlckle B dlsplay ed hls dra matlc talents by producmff dlI'6CtlIlg and 3Ct1llg ln The Parllsans, as we hecame con sclous of the world around us Although we accepted our responslbllltles and ralsed Barbara C s fll1CkllllfIS to manhood for some mcredlhle reason the chlcks unaccus tomed to royalty succumbed when we dyed them purple We replaced the exchange of Fourth Grade store checks wlth the tradlng card rave whlle Connle preslded over the cards Jules and Larry were Interested ln a dllferent klnd of barter and lt went wlth the old one two Speaking of punch Marty R hlg home run made qulte a splash rn the fru1t JUICC come to thmk of It those refreshments really had flayor Fwas then that Pete H found a way to combme sclence and romance hy craftlly liulldlllff Ann S s hamsters a cage of the finest whlte plne ln Grade Slx Marty C rode a streak of l1g,htn1nU to hlghllght our Davey Crockett productlon as we enthusl 3QtlC ploneers square danced our way through our last year swords III hand for festly al presentatwns The glrls attended graduahon ln handmade dresses proudlyf dlsplay ed for the hlff day After Qlflglflg the melodlous Where er you Walk each tudent left to follow hrs own path one to a new school another to the grassy hanks and wooded ways of awesome Fleldston I pper IIllllC6 the hayseed Fleldston Lowerltes we urhan Mldtowners were suave and sophrstlcated We skipped the formalltles of ll1fiI'I'l3g6 and set up housekeeplng Ill the balcony of Mxss Walker s pre kmdergarten Our thoughts also turned to archltecture as we hullt block houses under Clxffy dlrectlon The followlng year we declded to IllUltlplN so we got two rahblts and Joe We mourned at the lnfantlclde of Poppa Rahhlt and at the unfortunate passlng of the second hatch of hahles Thlrd trade started off wlth an unusual touch as Shella had her phy slcal WVltTl Steye and Pete S Between multlpllcatlon tables we sold our sucky motley wares at sales where Alan lnausplclously started h1s financlal career Then we hecame soherly consclous of our present Amerlca when we knltted squares for the war effort But by knlt or hy purl we all managed to graduate from Thlrd Grade to reach Fourth There the hovs made thelr first model the Acropolls wrought out of Ivory soap Pete L started hrs soccer career ln Flfth Grade and Freddy was Moses while Joe s angela volce floated etherlallv from hehlnd the hurmng hush The hoys spent so much time starmg at Mona and Sally that they almost Hot left hehlnd but we finally made It to Slxth Grade where the glrls IH turn stared at Hugh and formed the order of Huvhlsm When we werent golng to partles or playmg jacks ln the john we studled colonlal Amer ua to the tune of Moonlight Cocktazl We gaye a Festlval dedlcated to a slmple loaf of bread and uetzlcoatl But we found out that there were more lmportant thmgs when we llstened to the news on VE Day At Uraduatlon hoth our dlplomas and our feellngs were mlxed as we left Ethlcal to go on V to greater helght cs" . Y,, . . e Y L.. , 7 - L . ,, , ' 4 5 Y ' 66 97 ' ' I ' - '. . ' fs L L , . .. f k. V 7 , n f 9 Y a 4 , , C ' ' . P' .' L . 7 s " ' . ' . H ,' , ,V - ' T c ' - - 'S . ' ' , , ' L U . , . , . .sw ' v Q f ' ' . . Y Y l Y . D , fi' I - , S. Exalted as we were in Sixth Grade, in Fieldston we were first in form and void otherwise. We stood in solemn silence all, as the Lpper School intoned Iam Canamus, and promptly decided to take Latin The Print Shop labored overtime manufacturing lateslips as Bobbsey punctually commenced her notorious career The millennium was reached when Cherie and Ann B bested Joe in the Math marathon Sandy arrived fashlonably late in February and we supplemented Mr Bassetts serplanatlons with Studs Lonzgan Carl and Paul M made their debuts searching for Curgatory ln The Odyssey 0 Runyon Jones March and Pete S caused a premature epldemlc of spring fever while the twins had bathing suit trouble at Tlbbet s Brook The water fountains were 1n great demand after Joe s and Julian s saltfish meal the dish whose savour pass eth all understandlng The Form staged a Festival in which It metamorphosed into animals savages and vulgar athletes Barbara L started a lon frlendshlp with Anne B by breaking Anne s finger ln the midst of an lnnocent hockey game Our first so yourn at Hudson Gulld was marked by Betty s fainting spell We learned to dance on Tuesday afternoons, and the boys looked backwards on First Form with revived interest Bassett gave way to Murphy and MISS Murphy gave way to none in Third Form Newcomer Paul B was ITlHl1ClOl.lSly directed to and abandoned 1n the girls room Max, our astute printer had a run ln with the Kelly Press and was a walking journal until he took a shower in kerosene This haphazard form of artistic expression was far from that produced by Shella L s discriminating brush Harriet H in a remark able dlsplay of llllI'I1lCI'y sent her French class into fits by 1m1tat1n0f Mr Fuller and making remarks about his bedroom eyes while Marcla P questloned the segrega tion of the Ln llsh classes This was gllblv CXpla1IlCd as due to the possible exotic ef fects of certain passages in the Odyssey For the first time in our lives we entered Fourth Form Jimmy and his bull Whlp put some snap lnto fall practices and Maddy was sure to solo one of these days Few of us realized the value of our Math classes llllllll Bob s absence caused MISS Murphy to remark on the Przcelessness of the course She was also amazed at Penny s evaluation of plane eometry Solid' said Penny Martin D cleverly parodled Poe ln his version of the Racen and Marcia W gracefullv executed a modern dance rendition of Beethovens Pathelzque Sonata The Festival was on two levels as Margot and Connie wrth the help of Fred and a mob scene finally found their Kay Sue N amazed many basketball stars by her adeptness on the court A junior says the sage is worth a thousand sophomores Truer words were never sopken by Brown or Seneca Pete H and Ernie came face to face with had never stepped on a squlrrel Danny tried to send the Psyslcs Lab to Plermont by hllQChl!'lg his outboard motor to lt and priming the engine like mad Eva ,ave birth to 11 scrongles and MlCkCy mounted on his early vintage Ford was the envy of the Form Nora sang sonvs from Street Scene while Yona danced a pate de ole gras or sornethlnv hke that 'lony in slsted on a sextette of witches IH Macbeth Pete Schur pondered on the blunt or sharp Slde of an axe and Carol C laughed Hudson Guild was once more violated bv our Form Jules lacked a hathinf suit whlle Bob S lacked suliiclent fortltude to carry out his campaign avalnst Orchard A Latin Creek X 155 dinner rounded out this classical year and Ruth M enyoved an unclasslcal Laffmovle with Mr Loewv 4,cQcaaitQ -:lt Came sprln elections and graduation and we were finally Seniors' A G 1:25 ln Hel-:k.m,nmrkq amqone reads 4hf5Ull2t 0 . y . Y, v l , 1 . . J 1 5 h C . , . , . s V U 1 n 1 , , . . C . , . . . - . . V, . . . . i . M . . , I . , , U . b , -. 7. V v . . . D . ., ' , . , O . . . 4, ,, . . . - C' ' .1 . N D Q L . ca v as , - Y . , I . . I 7 ' QC ' 75 ' , . . ,, .. . c - . g . . . . i l Y . . . H M. 1 N '. . U h n i Y U i 7 . I 2 u 5 T , ' I v Miss Rosenthal's no-matter-how-hard-you-try tests. Ruth W. stoutly' maintained she . . . . . . U. . . U . , . , , D . . . . . M. ' f i D . ' X X L L 1 - Q . D 'I . ' Af c , , . 1 , , , . . 5 c ,' , i r -Q I . ' i . . D -- K' 4 ha c ' ' , D , . MM.. . ' ' ' - .- P35353 - . U I. U . w 1 t , , , ,VAI V V 21:1 'K i ,A-in rf ' ' , I When in the course of human events it becomes necessary to suffer the slings and arrows of Sixth Form. Lenrow wields the how. Jerry spouted these and other Shakespcarian lines in the locker room, as we noticed the more illustrious of our returning students - Barbara S., in one piece, Karol L., whose trip out West would have inspired Puccini, and Henry K., who spent the whole summer at Fieldston in the Youth Encampment. A few of our colleagues made startling bids for fame. Joan's happy, beaming Visage was mirrored in a daily page, while Eli blithely by-passed Sixth Form Math. Mike and Carl aspired to musical comedy heights-rending, or rather rendering, Guys and Dolls in the all too resonant Chem Lab with catalytic results. Alice in Wonderland sprang to life as those two mad hatters, Ann M. and Anne R., manufactured startling numbers of geometric beanies. Jack added that Southern touch by liberally sprinkling about his Dixie accentg livi became a walking newspaper, and Hub's famous trademark appeared on the back of various and sundry lab coats. The maritall?l status of Dick and Margot baffled lower formers because of their euphonically identical nomers, and Ann B. and Dickie, joyously counting the day s. finally became aunts. Washington welcomed a group of cavorting Sixth Formers which boasted Nina and her swimming guitar, Hank J. and his super- lative mimicry of certain faculty members. and the prodigal Harvey and Pete L.. who went to Wasliillgton on their own. Sue A. claimed that the Orville Wright plane seen at the Smithsonian was no more than a glorified orange crate. and we returned to the gloomy prospect of College Boards. After the February vacation, the topics of conversation included Lila, who sported the suntan that passeth all understanding. Carol F.. who thought that iron rods belonged in lockers, and Charlyn, a new arrival in the gilded cage. Naomi misplaced something or other and immediately forgot what it was she had lost, wllile Dick M. accomplished the impossible by reaching the pinnacle of an A--l- on an English paper. The spirits of Jeannette and Paula will undoubtedly be seen blithely roller-skating around the concrete courts for many years to come. Marty K. struggled for weeks in the Lab to identify an unknown-only to find that it really was an unknown since the card bearing the formula had disappeared. Emmy Lou and Judy collected books for the soldiers, we stopped coming to Advisory, and Steve H. stopped coming to Fieldston. March came in like a lion, and so did Cliff and Tony, as Fieldston martyrs found that the hand of Cod was upon them. Homework was stuffed backstage, and we forgot to go to classes as we began to remember our parts. ,Iinny went wading in papier-mat-he, while the rest of us were draped in leafy teasers. Rehearsals, jinxed by janet's German measles, forged bravely on, and we came to lunch in paint-spattered jeans, blithely spouting garbled lines about apostates, emetics, and motivations. The curtain went up, the lion roared, the lights came on, and we found ourselves in a jungle outside of Rome. Magaera ranted, Freddy stroked his cat and extracted a thorn, Jimmy sparkled in his captain's uniform, Hughie nonchalantly consumed a bunch of grapes, and Lavinia and Ferrovius found a fate better than martyrdom, as Androcles and the Lion waltzed off the stage and into April vacation. Afterwards smoke wafted through the dining room, colleges sent out long, thin white envelopes, graduation music called for rehearsal, and graduation dresses became the topic of discussion. We attended our last Founders, Day, chased lower formers off "our,' grass, and dreamed of falling flat on our faces as we walked up to get our diplomas. 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