Fort Hamilton High School - Tower Yearbook (Brooklyn, NY)
- Class of 1951
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NNIVERSARIES are more than a time for celebration, they are a time
for thought and evaluation. Primarily they are a time for looking-back,
for recalling the good times that have been had, the progress that has been
made, and the events along the way which have contributed toward that prog-
ress. Somehow, when the time for this "looking-baekl' arrives, we tend to
overlook the unhappy and the unsuccessful, and seemingly tend to View the
period through rose-colored glasses. That is as it should be. Life was not made
to be a series of tragedies and shattered dreams, and although there are times
when that is all it seems to consist of, the tragedies, when viewed ini their
proper perspective, do not seem quite so tragic and the disappointments of the
moment appear almost insignificant. Thus it is with anniversaries. The suc-
cesses and the moments of happiness are most outstanding in one's memory.
Anniversaries are also occasions for looking into and anticipating the
future. Wihat does it have in store for you-the same things as in the past
or something new, something better? That question can be answered only by
time but it is possible to help shape the answer by evaluating and attempting
to make improvements while profiting from past experience.
VVe dedicate this issue of the Tower to two important armiversariesa
Fort Hamilton High Sehool's ten years of growth and achievement. and
Mr. Ludwig's fifty years of leadership in the field of education. As we review
these past ten years, we are grateful that we had Mr. Ludwig's careful guidance
through our periods of "growing pains," and we are thankful for the many
pleasant and happy nieniories we share together. As we look to the future. we
are assured that our lives will be better and happier because of the line training
and wonderful inspiration we have received from Fort Hamilton High School
and from Mr. liudwig.
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F rontispieee ..... ..... ..........
Title Page . . .
Dedication ............... ....
To the Glass of June 1951 .... . .
Our Miss Brookmann ...... ....
Hamilton Remembers ....
Department Chairmen . . .
Senior Prefect Teachers .... ....
About Mr. Ludwig .....
Wait and See .....
To lWrs. Levis .......
Remember the Time .....
Senior Show ........
Class Will ....
Publications . . .
A Sports History .... . . . . . . .
Elizabeth Goddard ....
Diane Rubinger, Karen Jensen. . .
George DiBari, Leslie Gordon...
Elizabeth Goddard .............
Emily Bond ..................
Mortimer Givan, Robert Attiyeh.
Ronald Corn .................
Jane Saunders .........
John Ryan, James Luotto ....
Wadette Kaibney ..............
Elizabeth Goddard, Emily Bond . .
Frances Maiorca, Mortimer Givan
Karen Jensen, Diane Rubinger
Ronald hloss, John Fitzgerald . . .
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Fort Hamilton High School
Mr. Ludwig ..,......
The Administration . ..
Those Were the Days . ,
Senior Prefeet . ..
In the Spring .......................
Senior Grade Council and Class OHicc'rs .
Presenting the Seniors ....
Hallway of Fann-
Carnera Shy ....
Senior Show ....
Arista, Mixed Chorus .
Band, Orrlir-stra . . . .
Cliernistry Srjuznrl, Sf-r'rr'l:uri:ul Sw rxiu forps Sm'rx'u'm' C'oi'p'
lil'l'l'lRARY S'l'Al"F ............... Miss Row Ricicolnoiio, Adviser
Rolmvrt Attiyvh, Ronald Corn, CiI'0l'QfC DiBari, -john Fitzgerald, Leslie
Gorclon, lilllf Iandolo, Karen 'I1f11sc11, l'Vz1dc'tt1' K2llhI1l'y', 'la1111-s Luotto,
Fr:1nc'1-s Mz1ir1rc'z1, Ronald hloss, Diane lll1l'5lI1fIf'I', John Ryan,
ART STAFF ....................... Mrs. Mildred Ligcr, Adviser
Frank Bongiorno, Anthony Carnicclli, Sonja Kristcnscn, Donald
Maguire, Elinor Mahlstedt, Virginia O,Connell.
BUSINESS STAFF .............,..... Mr. Mey'er Wfaks, Adviser
Joan Bosch, jane Donovan, Carol Duckcr, Marie Elardi, Jessie
Mac Innis, Barbara Seren, Joyce Sullivan, Theo Torgersen.
Nancy Cameron, Guy Pancer, Stuart Sylvester.
Sara Kristensen, Virginia La Greca, Alba Volpe.
Assistant Art Editors
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'I' IS indeed a milestone in your life when you complete the course of study
ol a senior high school. I trust that you will continue in the eternal quest
for a better understanding both of yourself and the people about you,
As you look back on the past four years, you must admit that you have
changed. This is as it should be. Growth implies change. Without it. there
What has high school done to you and for you? Of course. you have
grown physically and mentally, but how far and how much have you devel-
oped emotionally, morally and spiritually. Are you a finer and a more balanced
personality than you were four years ago? Has your character grown from
the infantile stage of reliance on the parent to a place of responsibility in an
adult community, with a high regard for truth. honesty and honor?
Engineers tell us that progress in the physical sciences has been so rapid
that the world of science may ultimately destroy man. We understand material
and matter far better than we understand men. It is recognized by leaders
in industry that the great failures in the engineering profession are due, not
to any lack ol mastery ol material. but to lack of insight into human nature.
The engineer can figure out the various stresses and strains better than he
can understand and appreciate human motives and ideals. 'l'hey know what
holds up the bridge but they do not understand what holds together the man
who builds it.
Our own poet, Edwin lVIarkham has stated it most ellieetively in
WH- are all blind until we see
That in the human plan,
Nothing is worth the making. if
It does not make the man.
Why build these cities glorious.
If man unbuilded goes?
In vain, we build the work, unless
The builder also grows.
To know men so as to understand them is indeed wisdom, for 'Lwisdom
is the principal thing, therefore get wisdom."
On behalf of the Faculty, I extend sincerest wishes for all that makes
life glorious. May the memories of Fort Hamilton High School bring you
much joy and happiness.
Cordially and sincerely yours,
TO MISS BROOKMANN:
Our final Regents has been completed. No longer are we to assemble in
our familiar auditorium, and the hurrying to basement lockers, cafeteria, and
gymnasium has come to an endg hut somehow, as we look back, the cafeteria
isnlt quite so hectic, the gym lockers are not so crowded, and the rushing
around was just Z1 dash of spice adding to the flavor of a splendid high school
From the occupant of 21 tiny ofhee in room 145 has eome ri steady stream
of wisdom, encouragement, and understanding, without which we eould not
have overcome the difliculties which have fueed us in the past four years.
It seems fitting at this time to express our deepest appreciation to Bliss
Brookmunn for her thoughtful :uid eonstuiit ellorts on our heliulli,
In closing, Miss Ih'ook1u:u1n, we would like to leuve with you ll message
that truly pzirnpllruses you, :uid ull thul you have eoutrihuted to our sueeess
in life. c'Sur'f'essl'ulIy to znceomplisli uuy lusk, it is ueeessury, not only that you
should give it the hest there is iu you, hut that you should ohlniu for it the
hest there is in lhose in your guiclguu'e."
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Mr. Robvrt I12lITlIl1OI1Cl, Dffnl
rcncc Ganclriss, Chazrman, Pmffmm fommzttee
Mr. Morton Stonc, Af177ZZ.7Zi.Sf7dlZIF Assistant
Miss Margaret Mullin, Dran
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T WAS a balmy Autumn day when I first opened my doors ten years ago.
To my call for students, many answered. The first term we enrolled stu-
dents in the first to fifth terms and my classrooms were comparatively empty.
I was a bright new school fully equipped to mold sturdy citizens and to fur-
On November 12, 1941, after having a troublesome time, the Hrst Pilot
was issued and already showed signs of the honor which it would gain among
the other high school papers.
Soon I got a new electric organ which everybody heard at a special assem-
bly. I knew that music would play no small part in the curriculum of my
I had my first G.O. dance on December 5, 1941 and learned that many
of my students were '5hep.U
Two days later, to my surprise, Pearl Harbor was attacked and soon I
became a school helping to win the war.
The second term I saw the opening of the G.O. and the issuing of the
Anchor. The Athletic field was finished and a track team was formed.
In September 1942, our honor league, Arista, was instituted with the
initiation of 38 members.
With the cooperation of both students and teachers, we gave a Carnival,
a gigantic Victory Show, and a Blusicale. IYtih the money we made on these
three displays of my talent, we bought an ambulance and presented it to the
I was proud to hear that Allyn lNIcLerie, a Fort Hamilton miss, was
dancing in i'One Touch of Venus" on Broadway.
The Dramatics Club, organizing my histrionic talent, put on c'Seven Keys
to Baldpateu and proved that my students had lots of talent.
D-Day was an important day in 1942, and we started a drive to reach
a new high in the sale of war stamps and bonds.
In June 1944, I adopted Herbert joseph lYorwood, a British IYar orphan.
I had my second Blusicale in which Blr. Rattner proved his talent and
the talents of my students by leading the band.
The summer of ,44 passed quickly and when I again opened my doors,
the first thing I did was to adopt another orphan.
The june '45 senior class marked the first all-Hamilton graduating class.
The summer was already tingling with the coming end ot the war and
when we returned to school in September 1945. I was sure that it would
Has I proud this year! Four graduates won N. Y. State Scholarships.
I got another feather in 1ny Tower when on October 121. 1945 this A1-my
awarded us a citation for Army NYar lillort. l also adopted my third war
"lYhat a l,il'e." starring Twin Nilson, a boy with great talcnt. was pre-
sr-ntctl in NUX'l'll'llH'l' lflli :intl was a huge NIICCVSS.
I could not wail for the sunnnvr to pass for l was soon to celebrate my
lfifth Anniversary, The Pflol issued 1-iglit-urges In Coniiiieinol-,mx my Juni
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I was an expensive baby-ethree and a half million dollars worth. The
students and teachers put on a huge Anniversary Show and did me honor.
I 112111 come of age and after being in business for hve years, I still felt
After a big year the summer proved to be a quiet and peaceful aftermath.
. In September 1947, my classes were filled with vets eager to further their
My June graduating class was so large that we had to have dual exercises.
I was sure growing fast! I
The summer again came and flew by and another hard school year began.
This year was a big year for Ilramatics. The Ilramatics Club presented
'lOut of the Frying Panl, which was a hilarious smash!
The Curtaintimers, our now established and accepted group of Thespians,
produced HYou Can't Take It With You" under the capable direction of Miss
Tasman. Mrs. We-sterberg, then Miss Scheh, and Mr. Sterne stole the show
in their delightful interpretations of their roles.
Louis Calhcrn appeared and lectured to the llramaties and Journalism
Allyn McLerie, whom you heard about back in 1912, starred in "Win-re's
Charley?'l this year.
Seniors presented their version of the Roaring Twenties in what was con-
sidered to be the best Senior Show to date.
After a speedy summer, my students loyally returned and l Iioimd out
that four graduates again had won State Scholarships.
The Curtaintimcrs on December 9 and lfl, 1949 made history when they
presented their highly emotional and lovely performance of uUur Town." For
weeks after, they received letters of congratulation for their Hne job. Ilelen
Lauritzen, Stan Avitabile and Angelo Amato were exceptional.
The Class of 1950 was a remarkable class, said many teachers, but wait
till next year, said my sixth and seventh termers.
This summer H9501 I had my face lifted. I was completely repainted.
My rooms and halls are now yellow and green and some of the offices are
blue and pink. After ten years, I sure feel invigorated.
When the summer was over, the students returned to discover that all
extracurricular activities were to be halted. All teams, all plays, all publica-
tions were stopped. The situation will stay the same until the teachers receive
their often-promised raises.
After ten years of being open to students, I feel sad and happy. I am
sad because lVIr. Ludwig will be leaving in June 19515 I am sad because
many of my students must go into the Service after high schoolg I am sad
because there will be no Tenth Anniversary Show and no Tenth Year Issue
of the Pilot.
But I am also very happy! Happy because I can see the never-ending
march of students who have marched and will march through my halls and
will continue to lift me up and make me proud to be a school in these United
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Augustus Ludwig was born in 1880, the seventh of Ludwig offspring. Eyen
while a young lad. he revealed his unusual aptitude for learning. This fact
became more evident as he progressed through grammar school and secondary
school. After graduating from Boys High School, he decided that he would
embark on a career in teaching. Accordingly. he journeyed each day to the
State Normal School in far-off Jamaica to imbibe the rudiments of peda-
gogy. To complete his professional training, he entered Teachers College of
Columbia University. where he graduated in 1910.
Although he had at first intended to teach high school science. he was
destined instead to teach English. He was no doubt influenced to take the
latter course by the thirst for literature which he had acquired in reading
widely when young.
Mr. Ludwig taught first in PS. 71. and then P.S. 80 in Queens acquired
his talents. Afterwards. he held a position at P.S. 122. and hnally at Blanual
Training High School in Brooklyn for five years. ln the course of teaching.
he caught the eye of the
1912 he was appointed to
his first supervisory position. ivgtviy
that of inspector of public i51Q6fi7
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talents, the Board appointed
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School, where he likewise remedied the situation. Finally, he was appointed
thi- Hrst principal of the newly built Fort Hamilton High School, a position
which he despatched with the alacrity, understanding. and dignity which has
1-nclf-arc-cl hini to all Hamiltonitcs.
Although it niight be dr-duced lironi his brilliant record that hir. Ludwig
has had little leisure time indeed, he has, on the contrary, been an active incin-
bvr of various organizations and an integral part of the connnunity life as a
wholc. He has been president ol' tht- New York Schoolniastcrs' Club, treas-
urer of the Brooklyn 'l'1-aclmr-rs' R1-lit-f Association, chairman of the Coininittcc
on junior lligh Schools to the t'0IlitxI'I'Ilt't' ol' the Junior High School Prin-
cipals' Association, and then president ol' tht- 'Iunior lligh School l'rint'ipals'
Association. llt- was thereupon clcctt-cl to the lioarcl ol' llirt-ctors ul' tlu'
l'rotcstant 'l'c':u'lu'rs Association, appointed Vlt'l'-t'll1lll'lllLlll ol the advisory
council ol' the Brooklyn lnstitutc- ol' Arts and Sciences, and last, hut not least.
to this imposing bevy oli social honors, to a lille lllt'IlIl7l'I'SlllIJ in tht- National
M1'. Ludwig has also found ainplc tinic to rnake an odyssey around the
world. Ht- has seen the ruins of the grandeur that was Greece, and the glory
that was Rome, as well as the Holy Land. MOI't'OVt.'F, he has also visited
Syria and Egypt. Unlike many American travelers, however, he has also seen
the native beauty of the American continent, visiting Grand Canyon, Yellow-
stone and other national parks, as well as the snowy peaks of Alaska.
Mr. Ludwig has always enjoyed music. His favorite male singer is the
heroic Danish tenor, Lauritz Melchior. In the operatic field, he favors the
Wagnerian masterpieces, and he has always held that the tragedy of 'cTristan
und Isolde" is the world's greatest work.
Mr. Ludwig has long been an avid reader of poetry, and accordingly
always has a suitable quotation for every occasion. He also has a Hair for
writing verse himself, a fact which is amply illustrated by the majestic lines
which he has composed to the music of Sibelius' 'iFinlandia.',
Opposite: Mr. Augustus Ludwig
and his secretary, Mrs. Anna
EPARTMENT chairmen are an unusual group in the sense that they
are neither fish nor fowl. They are both since they act in a teaching
as well as in a supervisory capacity. Perhaps it is the fact that they must see
both sides of a question that makes them such an opinionated group-opinion-
ated. at least far as Fort Hamilton is concerned.
All of these people agree on one thing4Fort Hamilton High School is the
most beautiful school they have ever seen. Mrs. Lyons. who has lived in this
area all her life. tshe even graduated from Bay Ridge High Schoolj. and
helped to organize this school. says that her maternal pride toward Fort
Hamilton might interfere with her judgment. but she believes it is one of the
finest. if not the finest high school.
lXlrs. Stern compares it with a small town college campus and bliss Dick
says that the building and location provide a wonderful environment for her
art students. As far as physical facilities are concerned. Mr. Lebowitz stated
that coming from another school to Fort Hamilton was like coming from
"a hovel into a king's palacef,
'LThe essence of a schoolf' stated Miss Farquhar emphatically, His its
student body and the weaknesses and strong points of our students are under-
standable and close to my heart." Mr. Byron. a comparative newcomer since
the majority of the chairmen "came with the schoolf, as hir. Kearny puts it.
says that he likes all Fort Hamilton students except the boys who sit in buses
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while women stand. Another newcomer, Mr, Nazer, having taught in twenty
dillerent high schools, feels hr- has the experiencr- to say that our students are
socially aware and well-manncred but rather reserved.
Mr. Cummings, Miss Iligginson, and Mr. Kearny all expressed the opin-
ion that Fort Hamilton students do not work to capacity. while Klrs. Stern
wr-nt on to suggest that she would like to sec their Cultural tastes developed
with the students showing more interest in reading and in attending plays
and good movies. Mr. Kearny added a Hnal opinion on the subject when
he said that Fort Hamilton girls are prettier than those of any other school.
Since nothing is ever completely perfect, almost every chairman holds
a. dream ol improvements he would like to see made in the school. X111 Byron
would like to have a cooperative course established for Stenography and
Clerical Practice students whereby they would work two weeks and attend
school for two wr-1-ks. He added, "Thr-re is no substitute for actual business
In a somewhat similar vein, Mr. Cummings advocates the founding ol
a Machine Practice class in which the students would learn to operate busi-
ness machines, thus eliminating the necessity ol' attending a private business
school alter graduation. Miss Dick has always harbored a plan lor a double
art period while Miss Higginson would like to have an aclvancm-d Math Club
whichi would he conducted like a class, nu-ct during school hours, and would
compete in contests with other schools.
Mr. Nazcr is most explicit in his program ol' improv1'm1'nts. ul would
like to see opportunities for more musical groups such as a Boys' Chorus and
small instrument ensembles. We could have even more community sings too."
Ile also stated that Fort Hamilton students would develop ll greater appre-
ciation for music if they had the opportunity to attend rehearsals. Miss
IIenncssey's dream, which perhaps arises from her studies ol' history, is for
more good student government and it is Mr. Mathr-son's ambition to have
an additional shop room with up-to-date equipment. He would like to see
all the students who are planning to take engineering in college, take at least
one year of Mechanical Drawing in high school. "It is a basic tool," he
added, "and is absolutely essential in the field of engineering."
All our chairmen are satisfied with their lives and with the exception
of Miss Hennessey, who claims she had never wanted to teach history, have
always wanted to teach. Mr. Kearny summed it all up when hc said, 'SI never
wanted to be president of the United States, I always wanted to be a science
teacher. If I had my life to relive I would do it the same way."
It is most understandable to us when the chairmen say that this term's
group of seniors is one of the best. Both Mr. Matheson and Mr. Lebowitz
feel that Hthe senior boys appear to be marked by a greater degree of serious-
ness and maturity. This is probably occasioned by the sobering knowledge that
in the not-too-distant future they will be in the Armed Services." Mr. Nazer
expressed his regret at seeing the seniors leave adding that they were a serious,
well-adjusted group, and most musical too.
We too will regret leaving because we will be leaving behind a wonderful
group of people-the department chairmen.
THE SENIOR PREFECT TEACHERS. Mr. Benjamine Levine, Mrs. lNIary Westerberg, Mrs. Ruth
Petke, Miss Phyllis Weidig, Mrs. Dorothy McHugh, Miss Lenore Simon, Miss Sally Van Bokkelen, lN'Ir.
Jaeoh Solovay, Mrs. Anna Cutler, hir. Benjamin Nlorton. hir. Sidney Gould.
HE noise. the Confusion. the laughter. the teaehers and friends. they all
go to make up our memories ol' our prefeet periods. lN'ho will ever forget
Miss VYeidig blowing her whistle in PM. prefect, or lVIrs. lN'esterherg's state-
ment. 'cl have a hoy here who has to go home to find out his middle namelu?
VVho will ever forget George making some announeement? lYho will ever
forget his own prefect teacher?
Our teachers have been sueh an integral part of our Senior term and have
worked so hard for us that we thought it only fair to give them a ehanee
to get us oil' their ehests. lVhat do they really think of us? Aeeordingly we
made a tour around the auditorium and interviewed our teachers.
First. we visited Bliss Phyllis lYeidig. Speech teaeher by prelierenee and
English teacher hy protest. sinee 8-9 is unique in one respeet. It has the only
system of sell'-government in the auditorium. "All I say is. 'Open the rollhookli
'l'hey,re xvonderIlul!" But ol' eourse this idealistie system does have its draw-
liaeks. Une student added rueliully. "Une time we voted to have no talking
in prel'eet.,, -
While lXfIr. .laeoh C. Solovav. 8-7. may not he positive that this is fin'
best graduating elass he has ever seen. he waxes enthusiastie on the sulw-ieet
ol' lxfill llalnilton. "lYhy. lllll gi t'llAlI'lt'l' lllt'Illl1t'I'.n reminisees the Pilol tiaeultx
adviser. g'VX'hen Mr. l.ndixig opened the door in lflll. there l was right
The nes! on our list nas hliss l.eonore Simon ol' Il-Q. She has lween .1
SVIIIMI' Inf-I4-tl l4'Llt'll4'li 'IPI' so long that Nlll' lI.lh l1t't'lllI1l' suiiir-ytl1.i1 ,ieeiistoliiptl
to Ihr dnl. .llllltbllffll she did adnnl. "Soinetnnes. l so lliiiilx loiioiliglv 01' K,
Whafs all this?
Mr. Sidney Gould, 8-8, believes he has partially solved the problem of
discord during prefect. He says, "I put the boys and girls together. The boys
are abashed and it keeps them quiet. Besides, it's a more natural state of
While Mr. Gould is impressed by the brains of his class fmore Arista
members than any other prefectlj, Mrs. Anna Cutler, 8-11, thinks her girls
are prettier than anyone elsels-and the boys are not bad either. We asked
her if she enjoyed teaching English Hve times a day and looking a little sur-
prised, she answered, '1Wouldn't it be awful if I didn't?" That stopped us.
Another teacher who has been here since 1941 is Mrs. Dorothy McHugh,
8-5. She believes that the students have been improving right along, which
should ftheoreticallyj make our class the best yet. As we left, patient Mrs.
McHugh was saying something rather familiar, 'fGet down in your seats,
Mr. Benjamin Morton, 8-6, has a system somewhat parallel to Mr. Gouldls.
He advocates a plan where the prettiest girls would sit in front---and the boys?
In the back! However he hasn't put this into operation as yet.
The auditorium seems to abound in teachers who like to teaeh English.
Mrs. Ruth Petkc, 8-10, is another. She is also very pleased with her class--
the best she ever had! She wholly approves of the june 351 Class and likes
Fort Hamilton. A perfeet teaeher, if we ever saw onel
Mr. Benjamin Levine, 8-1, English teaeher extraordinary, had these few
gems for the press. "I have no idiosyneracics at all and am perfectly normal.
I wish to remain as anonymous as possiblcf' However, Mr. Levine did sum
up the viewpoints of the eighth term prefect teachers. Ile thinks this is the
best graduating class he has ever seen and without a doubt, liix prefect is
the best elass in the auditorium.
That just about sums up the thoughts of all the teachers except those
of Mrs. Mary Westerberg. She is a little more cautious and will only admit
that this is one of the best graduating classes. However, she is very enthusiastic
on the subject of 8-3. "The best prefect in here, a model class!" she said while
various surprised members of the class gasped.
Miss Sally Van Bokkelen is just about the opposite of Mr. Levine. We
asked her if she had any distinguishing traits, and in an indignant voice she
said, "'Why, I'm not normal at alll In fact, I'm a very unusual person!"
f'But a very nice one at any rate,', concluded her class.
Well, no matter what our teachers think of us tand we're pretty sure it's
goodj, we'll never forget them.
The year is 1980 A. D.
Wle open a newspaper,
What do we see?
Our classmates from Fort Hamilton High.
Let's look through the pages so you can see why,
lNIortimer Civan, it says right here,
Discovered a drug which eliminates fear.
He and Craig Mehldau are quite a sensation
Saving the people with a new operation.
And Emily Bond, so says the next feature,
Received an award as the best Latin teacher.
Wle read of the roeketship first to reach Mars-
Aboard Teddy Drange on his way to the stars.
And Ronald Corn, says page number three,
Is astounding all science with his theory.
There's been an explosion: indeed itls no myst'ry
It's just Bob Attiyeh practicing Chemistry!
And now as we turn to the theatrical page,
We see that john Ryan,s a hit on the stage.
If I hadn't read this, I still would've knew so-
Our friend Ronnie lNIoss is a second Caruso.
Letls look over here at this exciting news!
Alberta Friedmanls starring in the Ballet Russe.
We read the next page without any hesitaney-
"Coleman and Ricapito Running For The Presidency!"
Coleman awarded first prize at the dog show
To a little Chihuahua of jimmy Luotto.
Look at this ad-the greatest of all.
Has Bror the Toni or could it be Paul?
We glance across the page with an excited start.
Audrey Tonts' paintings are in the lXIuseu1n of Art.
And here's a eartoon that sure rings a bell.
Il you want to know why, itls by Norman Kurdel.
Now who in the Senate is holding a iilibuster?
W'hy 1t's Elaine Giniinezg we knew we eould trus
l wond il' lic
er s ' eould be losing her "veree"?
We'll eall Naney Kubasakg Slll"S the best nurse,
And speaking ol' speaking, here is a eorker.
l ,,-. V, lt's Rae landolo, that talkative talker.
': Q ,l' ,f D Who else eoulcl have won the Miss Aineriea eup-
l ' l ' Q2 'Jfgjfj But llorraine lletersen, our senior elass pin-up?
- A XAKW X fifiucl riltl Bl'lll't' iIllIUlllI3NUI1l8 LlK't'UlllIlllNlll'll the tt ll
'53-'rx' s X ., UI Iieeoiiiiiig ."Xiiieriea's greatest athlete.
M 4 Jkvllllt' lieal Navy, lorty to ltilll'
.Lilly nm X X I' l'1ye toiielitloxriis lor .'Xi'iiix', Karen .leiisen tlitl stoit'
f yi El - ,Xml -Iowe Sullivan. who ue kiiexx xxouhl go tai
4 lt ls rearliiiig sueeess as .1 great sxxiiiiiiiiiiig stai
4 W .Xs ue :lose the imlier ili sheer tlislielieli.
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The graduates of June 1951 are happy to have this opportunity to
express their deep appreciation for your so freely given time, thoughts, and
talents. You've accepted the difficulties we've had to work under as a chal-
lenge rather than a burden and brought our senior year to a successful end.
Since senior pin and ring days, the senior assembly, rehearsals, and the show,
will always be a part of our fondest memories, you will be also, for it was
through your boundless energy that these events were made possible. You gave
us our first glimpse of Hsenior doings" at seventh term council meetings and
made them a reality for us when we became full fledged seniors. For all this
and much more we would like to say. "Thank you."
The seventh and eighth term grade eouneils, under the leadership of
Mrs. .loan Levis, have been an integral part of our Senior year. The seventh
term eouneil did rnueh to further our Senior plans. YVith President Niek Piro
and Secretary Joan Basedow, they arranged the preliminary work of Choosing
our eelebrities and the design for our Senior pin.
The eighth term eouneil, presided over by Class President George
Lofmark, helped to give us a Complete and successful Senior term. They
arranged for our pienie, hayride, boatride, skating party, swimming party and,
of eourse, the Prom. In giving credit where it is due, we Cannot forget Don
Boggan, Bob Driscoll, Rae Iandolo, and Joan Shelby who worked long and
hard in making the arrangements for our Prom.
Without this Senior organization and those unselfish individual Seniors
putting forth their best elnforts in trying to make our Senior year a success,
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Catherine Johnson ........... Secretary
Jane Saunders . . . . .Treasurer
Joe Adinolfi . . . . . .Treasurer
Emily Bond .... . . .Treasurer
George Lofmark . . ...... President
Blaine Gimenez Vice-President
Alberta Friedman . . ..... Treasurer
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Mixed Clubg Accounting Office,
Trinity Clubg Junior Biindg Orches-
trag TOZl"F7' Representativeg Worketi
in Music Officeg Program Cnmmittee,
term 3g Attendance Squad, term 7.
DANIEL ACK ERMAN
A I 1152-95th Stregt
Service Corps, terms 7, S.-Colley.-.
Senior Treasurer, term 8g G.O. Rep-
resentative, terms 5, 6, 71 T0ll'g'l'
Representative, term 7.-College,
Secretary fur Mrs. blnlsimg Mrs. Wtis-
tt'riwerg's Service Ciirps. - lgillegcg
H15 '7'iI'ti Silt-'i
Service f,ny-Its, .Z tr IIIISQ Sim:-i 'I'c'.ulul
C- , ni" .
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Bandg Intramural Basketball.--BusL
Grade Adviser's Squadg Secretary to
Miss Brtwokninnn, terms 2-83 Emer-
gency Room Squad, term 7g G.O.
Representative, term 6,-Michigan,
Assistant in Miss HoFfman's Officeg
St-rvicc Corps, tt-rms 4, S1 Untrmullml
Iiiskr-tlw.1lIg l:l'L'Ilt'i1 Clulw---College.
Utw0-- 5'ti1 Street
St'kI'L'l.II'i.li Serxiru Squid. l tcrmsg
St-t1vt.1rx' In Mi, Kearnev .md Miss
Secretary to Mrs. Ames, ilth termg
Secretary to Mr. Flaster, 7th termg
Secretary to Miss Morrill, Hth term.
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IIZANNE bl. ARDIA
Secretarial Service Squad, 4 termsg
Attenclance Clerk for Mr. Stone, I
termg Secretary to Mrs. Lyons, 2
termsg Secretary to Mrs. Schaefer,
1 termg Secretary to Mrs. Bonom, 1
H210 Fort Hamilton Parkway
Music Ollice, terms 5, 6, Gracie Ail-
viser's Otbceg Secretary to Miss
Waiters, Frencli Club, Program Com-
milteeg Secretary to Mr. Nazerf-
l'arson's School of Design.
966 frf- fifmlll SlI'L'L'l
Track Team, terms 6, 73 Locker
Room Squatl, 6, 7, lI1lI'LlIl1lII'.ll Has-
-4 N - ,
iv - t c
A ' 0' ,
FRANK ARNOLD '
555 Ovington Avenue
French Club, 1 termg Psychology
Club, 3 termsg Secretary to Mrs.
Hartg G.O. Officeg Secretary to Mrs.
Sterneg Secretary in Libraryg Secre-
tary to Mrs. Low.-College.
x mx 'ill
Clliemistry Laboratory, terms T S1
Locker Room, terms I, 61 Boys'
Emergency Room, term ig Assistant
In Mr. Kottman in G,O, Otlice, term
'Q Track Team, terms S, il, S, 63
Cross Country Team, terms 5, "1
Math Instructor, terms S, og Ylffllff,
term S3 Arista.-College.
Arista: Miss Hoffmans Otlice, Z
termsg Miss Brookmanns Otlice, -J
termsg Secretary of Orlicial Class, 5
termsg Program Committee, 6 termsg
Pan American Club, Z termsg Swim-
ming Clubg Senior Gratle Council.-
r ws- -lflth Sm-et
Li ' Sc tiaclg Secretary, Miss
IN llir1S1 Secretary tollhlrs. l'l.4ulm.!'
man: SecrgLirQ't'o Miss Carlson, Sec-
l'L'l'1ll'YaBJ0 Mr. Stoney CtfUintimerQ,X Ex
-li J l l
usincsx X -.4 ' I YQ 'lm
Q r J
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flffrlwr Art Staffg Secretary to Mrs.
Graysong Moclern Dance Club.-
Secretary to Mr. Hammondg Mixed
Clubg G.O. Representative, term 3.
6623 Fort Hamilton Parkway
Baseball Te-amg Secretary to Dr.
Lemking Mrs. Wfesterbergs Service
Squad, Service Corps.-College.
Cafeteria Squad, term 33 Service
Corps, terms 5 through S, Lieuten-
ant of Service Corps, terms 4
through S3 Intramural Basketball.-
Civil Service or I.'.S.A.F.
Locker Squadg Library Squad-
Mrs. W'esterberg's Service Squad,
terms 6, 7, and S.iNY'ork or Air
2 69-8 3rd Street
8717 Ridge Boulevard
Girls' Chorus, terms 5-75 German
Club, terms 2-4g Secretary to Dr.
Cochrang Swimming Clubg Secretary
to Mr, Solovay.-To see the World.
G.O. Treasurer's Otiice, 1 termg Li-
brary Squad, 1 termg Secretarial
Service Squad, 1 termg Attendance
Squad, 1 term, Softball Club.-Busi-
Library Squad. 1 termg Secretary to
Miss Hohfinnn, 1 term: Secretary for
Mrs. Butfa, Record Otiice, 4 termsg
JOAN BA5ED5fZfVOVmgm Avenue XVILLIAM E. BENNETT
, , V - ' I . , 'S-A--10th Street
ti A7235 ,?lullmC temll S' A ' ' f ,Iunior Drama Club, term 3: Curtain-
XXIZWCSYY 0 Cfm UUUU -F K timers, terms -I, S, 6. "1 Radio Guild.
' ENT tt-rms S, 6: SL'Lil'Cf.1l'Y to Mr. Kasscn-
ts brook, term ig Lunchroom Squad.
is term 6. 'Q Vnrsitx' Shows: English
' t"' w Uthcc, tr-rm S.fTl1L'.1ffC Arts. l
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MARCiAlili'I' lSATliH iiii CSUNSTANCIT BER
znvaasafti sri-to I - IX itige ' mic
ljusiness 5LllU1Jl 4 QJ , q St-gi' L11 fr- uig A I txlfx'
W ' ' rs- to Mr Athi" 1 Sec t.1 5' o Ir
' tlt- V. .itnqig L .O CPLISC I C.. t 1
X' 1 'criul uru'il.-1- matic. ool. 4
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T H E C R A I E fi
OF UN 1951
8502 Fort Hamilton Parkway
Library Squadg Secretary to Mr.
Gould, Mr. Bedell and Mr. Kayeg
lioostersg Modern Dance Clulmf
lntr:1n'u1i'alB.rslcetb llg Service Corps:
CMJ. it-pr-senta v , Secretary of
Lead 'i' ' C Air Force.
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957-67ll1 Sl rect
864- -Nth Street
B i o I o g y Squad, term 33 Service
Corps, term 83 Intramural Basketball,
tt-rm 6. 'Collcge.
Physics Laboratoryg Secretary in Eng-
lish, term 5Q Intramural Basketball.
Service Corps, terms 3-83 Cafeteria
Squad, terms 3, 4g Soccer Team-
Business or Service.
91151 Fort Hamilton P.lI'liXK'.ll'
Band. fl pears.--College,
5CfViCr Corps. 115 yearsg Electriorl
.intl Stage Squad, 1 ye.1r1 Band, 3
years: C4liAL'it'1'l.l. Service Squad: -lu-
nior Prom Committceg CHI Repre-
wnt.1tive.---I'. S. Navy,
S0 -7ir4l Street
M o tl t- r n Danttg lianrlg Mixed
Gym Service Corps, 2 years.fBusi-
o' S rvice. , ,
Secretary to Mr. Tannerg Mrs. Wes-
terbergs Service Corpsg Tourer Rep-
resentative, terms 5, 6, 7g Senior
EMILY WEBB BOND
Arista, Girl Leader, 73 Piloz, As-
sistant News Editor, 7-8g Quill and
Scrollg Assistant Literary Editor
Tozverg U"r1z'er of Sciezzreg Treasurer
of Senior Classg Co-Author Senior
Showg B r o o k 1 y n Association of
Honor Societiesg Consul Latin Clubg
Secretary Radio Guildg Psychology
Clubg Radio Club: Secretary to Miss
Simon, Mr. Mattei, and Mrs. Seldin.
A J I
,Lf 1 s
FRANK BONgIORJNO ,
P .JST-" Brd- Street
Designgm Senior Ping Deligner of
Spring' Iusftal ,Prografng Service
C ter 7,23 Gym Secretary,
3m 63'giO,,lRepiQentative, ter Il
5 "VUorlQ in l-Emergency RQ' ,
terrg 7, qifork., for Mrs.. Iacqbson,
tejm 1.5-Pratt or Air Foxes!
K I v Q31
Intramural Basketballg Posters for
the Schoolg Service Corps.-Navy.
"I Ll -' Y l ,rr Q.s.,,,!k,,
n " My ' r it .1 "
V K V
'-U at-Q' ,ant :Min
Service Corps, term 3: Chemistry
Squad, 1 year, Intramural Basket-
ballg Senior Class Representative,
terms 7, S,-College.
39 5'-68th Street
Secretary to Mr. Cummingsg Girls'
Chorus, 214 years, 7'fl1l'LV Represen-
tativeg G.O. Representative, -4 terms.
lzl. EN I JS ,ll I' "
nl R'lll1 Stltet
SLU -tary tn . .yn rg Ser it l.IIY
t M s mn liL-.f'rrf1et4u'y ttf
1 'Se trtMl'.KnHlll1,
I,.tn 41' ' CLH Ullirrg Strut
tary ri INI s UTI ftillrgr
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Dean's Squadg Tennis Club.-Uni-
versity of Miami.
CATHERINE L. BOURKE
6914 Ridge Boulevard
Secretary to Miss Mullin, terms 1, 23
Secretary to Mr. Cummings, 3 yearsg
Secretary to Mrs. Hauptman, term lg
Attendance Squad, 2 yearsg Usher-
ette Squad, 3 years: GO. Repre-
sentative, term 5: Member of Senior
Mrs. XX'esterl-erg's Service Squad, 1
term.-Navy or Business.
SL'kSl'L'f.ll'Y to Miss Miller. l term,
SXYllCiIl"O.1lIl Operator in General Ot-
tire, 2 terms: Arista Society. I terms:
'Illini Pl1uto.:i'.1pl1x' Statt.-College.
.'Xl'tst.lL Otlieml lilass 5eCl'et.ll'y'1 See-
reI.1i'v tn Nts. Sxxalmg Seet'tt.1i'v to
Nts. XYillisun1 Seetetrlry tu Nr.
Strimg l'sxtlwlogx L lulwg I' 1' r n e lu
Service Squutlg M u seu m Guiirdg
Pfister Cnntestsg Designed lrltli An-
niversary Scliuril liuttung Art Otliteg
History Newspiiperg Art lixlilwitiiin
in Stlimilg Painting Props for Ifyq-
Aristug Pan American Clulwg Mixed
Clulvg Softball Clulvg Museum Squutlg
Assistant to Mrs. Gultllvergg Secre-
tiiry tri Mr. Shulmung Seniur Show.
U57fff Slllll Street
Hiulugy Squziclg Physics Squiulg Pru-
iectiiin Squaitlg Pliutiigluipliy Clulm- -
.. 74 A 1
Secretary to Mrs. Catania, term 43
Girls' Locker Room Squad, term 53
Se-ci'etn1'ial Service Squad, term 6.-
Girls' Chorusg Secretary tu Mis
Simnng Secretary to Mr. Cummings:
Senior Showg Musicals: Library
Squridg Azzfbor Representative: Sec-
retary to Mrs. Cutler.-College.
lk I pr .4
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611439 Flirt H.imiltun l'.irkxx.iv
Secretary tu Mr. T.lHDL'f, term R1 Set-
retiiry tu Miss Hiiffmim. term og
Secretary tu Mrs. Genrge, term Sf-
l-lil Eiist Brel Struct
Rritliu Guiltl. term -4, ig Modern
Dtincing Club. term 63 Secretary tu
Mrs. Crillrilung Secretary tu Mrs.
Kntclug Secretury to Mrs. lXlCHLlgl11
Secretuy tu Mr. Hiimmnntll Secre-
tary tu Mrs. Segulg Secretary tu Ivliss
7425 Narrows Avenue
,luniiir Oitliestixi, terms 3, Hg Oitlies-
tiui, terms -I, S, 6, 7, Hg Mixeil
fllnirusg IWW Musitt.ileg Swimming
Cllulvg ltisketlwgill Cllulwg Tri-Y Clulwg
llsylliiilulgy Cilulw, terms 5, 61 0.0.
llL'1I'L'NL'l1l.IllYL'Q 'I'ff11'rr Repi'esL'iit.i-
tive, llmxersity ut M.iine.
7 lllll Ridge liuiileviiiml
, ws A ' 1
50 Eg-r9Otlli' 'Street
Helltli Education, 'Squadg English
Orticq' Locker Ruom Squ,g1clgq'hSeEi'e-
tally liter 'Miss Bruokr a-ring Service
Corps.-Bmsi as ,Lf 1
Q ie.. 7
Varsity Baseball Team, 3 years.-
liiisiness or Navy.
OF UN 19
Orchestra, 8 termsg Service Corps,
terms 2, 3, 4, Cafeteria Squad,
terms 3, 4, 5g All City Orchestra,
LM yearsg Arista, Assistant G.O.
Representativeg Mixed Chorus, term
13 Radio Club, terms 4, 53 French
Club, 3 years.-Brooklyn College.
ELEANORE L. CARLSON
Library Squad, 2 termsg Emergency
Room Squad, 2 terms, Secretary to
Mrs. Lyons in term 5, Assistant
G.O. Representative, 2 terms, Secre-
tary to Mr, Cohen, terms 6, 8.f
College, then Business World.
Radio-Television School, Air Force.
Library Squad, terms 5, 7, 8, Health
Education Ofhce, terms 7, 8.-Scud-
der Secretarial School.
French Club, term 4, 51 Cafeteria
Service Squad, terms 1, 21 Arista,
terms 5 through 83 Chess Club, term
6, Orchestra, 2 ycrnrs,-Cilllege.
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92 Gelston Avenue
Intramural Basket ball, Captain Serv-
ice Corps.-Business. ,
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Track Team, terms 2 th ugh 6g
Radio Clubg Service Corps, term 4g
Lunch Squad, terms 5, 6, 7g Secretary
to Mr. Kottmang Emergency Room.
-Business or the Army.
Service Corps, 5 termsg Gym Secre-
tary, 3 terms.-College
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Clerical Assistant to Miss Frankelg
Clerical Assistant to Mrs. Kahn.-
General Othce, 3 termsg Senior
GD, Rt'prt-scnt.1tivc.' terms 1. 31
740I1'r'!' RCPl'0SCI1l.lflYt1 term 4, lntm-
murnl B.1skt'tb.1ll,-Armed Forces.
THE GRAD ATES
GF UN 1
6830 Ridge Boulevard
Locker Room Squadg Emergency
Room, Newman Club Secretary, Sec-
retary to Mrs. Schaefer.-Business.
Cross Country 'I'rrtck, term 33 Track
Team, terms fi, 63 Service Corpg,
term 73 0.0. Otlice, term 7.----Busi-
Secretarial Squndg Secretary to Mr,
Cummings and Mr. Golomlwg New-
mnn Club, Modern Dance Group- --
Nursing or Business.
GO. Representative, 1 term, Locker
Room, 1 term: Cafeteria Service
Corps, 1 term.-Navy.
Miss HoHman's Office, 1 termg Red
Cross Club, 5 termsg Late Desk.-
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Truck Team, terms 4 through 71
Newman Clubg Secretary to Mr.
Drucker, Mr. Kottman, Mr. Sc-igelg
Iimergency Room Squad, 3
Locker Room Squad, 2 terms,-Seton
Hull Lhiversity or Air Force.
SAALVATOREJ CICALE .
Cafeteria Squad, 2 termsi Service
Corps, 2 terms lnd'Lieuten.1ntg Class
Representative and Senior Council,
lI1tl'tllUl.ll'Atl Basketball.-Business or
the Murine Corps! . -
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liditt iii-cliiefq-Pflrf7,' azldbmfmtor,
l'ilo 3 tlixed C.Iiorus, -i yenrsg 'o-
tizite liditorC,lVluq,r 'of Srtklflf 'sy-
tlnology Clubg l'rt-sident, Clvess Clubg
Mnth 'lglng 'llIll1'L'I'Q Latin Clubg
lfrt-:yt ','Rrulio Clulwg Intru-
mur. ligitllf--,Cnlullllvixl Unit
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Service Corps, -i termsg Emergency
Room Squndp Secretary in Gymg
Locker Room Service.-Business.
Secretary to Mr. Cummingsg Secre-
tary for Mr. Kearnyg Secretary for
Mrs. Grayson, Secretary to Miss
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VUILLIA I COLEMAN
Secretary to Mrs. Gold, term 3g Movie
Squad, term 43 Track Team, term 4g
French Club, term 4g Biology Squad,
-ig Secretary to Miss Miller,
5g Secretary to Mrs. jolson,
term 5g President of GO., terms 7, 8,
GO. Office, terms 7, 8g School Rep-
resentative at City Wide GO. Meet-
ings ,terms 7, 85 Secretary to Mrs.
Hart, term 8, Senior Council, term 8.
-College, Law, Politics,
Service Corps: Intramural Basketball.
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8 Marine Avenue
Mixed Chorus, terms 3 through 8g
Girls' Chorus, term 51 All City High
School Chorus, terms 4, Sl German
Clubg Curtaintimers, Miss Brook-
mann's Othce, terms 1 through Sq
Secretary to Mr. Cummings, 1 termg
Secretary to INIr. Kearney, 1
Secretary to Mrs. Grayson, 1
Secretary to Miss Higginson, 1 term.
Quarters R6, Naval Briss
Prefect Secretary for 21,2 yearsg Sec-
retary tn Mr. Swahn, term 53 Secrel
tary In Miss Higginson, terms -1, ig
Secretary to Rfiss XX'.itcrs, term 72
Frumh Club, term S, Ciillegc,
655- H5ll1 Slut!
Truck :mtl Cross Cmirilry 'l'r.iiiis,
tcrins I-"ig Mrs. Wl'SlL'l'l5L'l'M'S St-rviri'
Squmig Sc'trc'!nl'y im' MIX Kullllnlllll
--'l'r.ivt-I, than Amit-il limits.
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Latin Club, term 33 Curtaintimers,
terms 5. 6, 7, 8g Chess Club, term 63
Math Club, term 63 Arista, terms 5
through 8g Wforked for Miss Miller,
402 Marine Avenue
Cafeteria Squad, term 3g Mr. Stone's
Office, terms 5, 6, 73 Intramural Bas-
ketball, term 6.-College.
Aristag Secretarial Service Squa-:lg
Library Squaclg Mr. Byron and Miss
Hennessy: Soft Ball Club: Swim-
ming Clubg Senior Show.-Medical
i' ,x 1-I4 Bay Ridge Avenue
SgcreIaryto'INIiss Simon, term 1, 2:
S'ecret.gy"to Missilbe May". term 3:
Secretary to INIriQ,I:evine, Mais -I. 5
7. Si Secretary to Miss Keely, ,t 13
Intramural -4B.isketb.iIli crgt. y to
Prefect ass: Senior Ct uricil Sth
term.-wr Inknoxvn. I
500-I Fort Hamilton P.1rkw.iy
Business Manager of the Timer:
Mr. XY'.ilts' Otiice, 1 term,-Business
R.1tlio NYoi'ksliopg Red Cross Clubg
St-cr'r't.ii'v to Miss Higginson, terms
S, rs, ', S: CllI'f.lllIflll'lCI'Sl History
Track Team, 1 termg Service Corps,
4 termsg Social Studies Office, 2
terms.-The U. S. Navy then The
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1 3 lston Avenue
N Ogecre ar 0 Mr. ortong Secretary
to ' s Regan' nrbn' Representa-
li AQ merg - ollege.
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FRANK DA AHER
Service Corps, 4 termsg Social Study
Ottice, 2 terms.-College.
Secretary to Mrs. Sterneg Secretary to
Mr. Solovaiyg Typist on the Pilffl.
' 1055-73rd Street
Service Corpsg Class Secretaryg Intra-
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ROBERT DAGAR "
16 Dahlgren Place
1 . 'fi W 2
Track Team, terms 5, -ig Service
Corps, 1 term.-Police Force.
Dramatics Cluhg Biology Club.-
MARTIN T. DENLEA
Secretary to Mrs. George, l tc-rmg
Secretary to Mr. Kottmann, 5 termsg
junior Prom Committee: G.O. Class
Representative, terms 2, 5, 5, 6:
Senior Prom Committeeg Senior
DAVID DIE PARIS
Servicg 'orps, gzrm 81 Tr .isurt-v'oT
8-BQ! it ' clarify gon'
Ty'p Q 'iss Henne.W"'tfrfLiisQZ
through 6.-Business Wforld, or
PATRICIA ANNE DETO
Library Squad, terms 4, 5, 6, 7g
Emergency Room, term 7g Secretary
to Mrs, Bonom, term 8g Newman
Arista, Boosters, Secretary to Miss
Skidmoreg Grade Advisers' Officeg
G.O. Office, term 3g Tower Repre-
sentativeg French Clubg Prefect Class
Secretary, term 3g Senior Show.-
OF UN 19
GEORGE DI BARI
Arista, terms 5, 6, 7, 8, Latin Club,
terms 3, 4g Pilof, terms 4, 5, 6g Dra-
matics Club, terms 5, 6, 7g Tower,
term 8, Program Office, term 8.-
GORDON D1 PAOLO
Program Committee, Treasurer of
Senior Prefectg Service Corpsg Intra-
JO ANNE D1 RESTA
Girls' Chorus, Musicalesg Secretarial
Service Squad, Mr. Kearney's Otiiceg
Tower Representative, Secretary to
Miss Keely.-Business World.
JAMES DIVVER i
' 69 ' e oulevard
Supply ad e ecretary to
Mrs. , y Secretary to
Mr. Q e,y's .-Business or
Third Floor Attendance Otlicer, 2
terms, Secretary to Mrs, Hale, 1
termg Intramural Basketball, 1 term.
--Travel and then Wfirk.
Secretarial Service Squgirl, l term1
Mrs. Westc-rherg's Service Squiiil, fi
termsp Secretary to Miss llc-imessy.
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wcher g ene al Off1ce.-
G.O. Representativeg Tower Staffg
Tower Representative, Secretary to
Mr. Schulman, 2 terms, Mr. Go-
lomb, 2 terms, Mr. Bedellg Emer-
gency Room Squad: Senior Show,
French Clubg 7th Term Council.-
College or Katharine Gibbs Secreta-
9023 Fort Hamilton Parkway
Pilof, terms 1, 2, 3, 4, Psychology
Club, 2 terms, Mathematics Club,
2 termsg Chess Club, 1 termg Arista.
Secretary to Mr, Sachey. 3 terms,
Emergency Room: Secretary to Mr.
Cuttita, 1 term.-College.
Service Corps, terms 5, 6: Curtain-
timers, term T1 lntramurul Basketball,
ER SCOL -
KY? l Y ' -' 1 Street
S 'ret.1r to lN 2 L cecretary to
lNlr ,i'ds ice-Presdent '
tcc ass: Studs - . ita-
ni.ig Citet org, 2 terms.
1 'i..i JTHE GR UATES
328 Marine Avenue
G.O. Representative, term 7g Secre-
tary to Miss Konigg Secretary to
Miss Ilrookmanng Girls' Chorus, 5
terms, Mixed Chorus, 1 term, Pro-
gram Committeeg Tower Business
Staffg Senior Show, Musicalese
Library Squad, terms 1, 2, 33 Ac-
counting Squad, terms 6, 7, 8g Secre-
tary to Mrs, Frankleg Tri-Y Club,
Volley Ball Clubg Secretarial Service
Servicc Corps, 1 term.-College.
Assistant to Mr. Kearney, 2 yearsg
Chemistry Laboratory, terms 7, 8,
Latin Clubg Psychology Club, terms
5, 61 7th Term Grade Council, Senior
122 Bay Ridge Avenue
Aristag Service Corps, Tower Repre-
sentativeg Secretary to Mrs. Greene,
Psychology Clubg Attendance Sheet
Secretary to Mr. Kearney, term 5g
Secretary to Mrs. Goldberg, term 65
Secretary to Mrs. Ames, term 8.-
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Secretary to Mr. Kearney: Secretary
to Mrs, Mayer, terms 1-75 Tower
Representativeg Aristag Basketball
Clubg French Clubg Modern Dance
Clubg Senior Show.-Brooklyn Col-
ELSIE s. ELLIITIGSENKN
c -665-58th Street
Secretaryl to Ger, term 31 Li-
brary Sqjuzidw term 33 Tower Repre-
se tntivje, term 5g,'SeCretary to Mr.
Stiullt, term? F61 Class Secretary,
term 8.-Eutrnpe, then College.
75 Buttery Avenue
Hand, terms -1, 5, 6, 71 lktirm-ogixrplt
Squad, term l 1 Health Service Others,
terms 7, Tennis Club, term ,ig New-
mim Club, terms l, 2, 5.A4BllSllll.'SS.
Arista, terms 5, 6, 7, 81 Program
Othce, terms 4, 5, ga 77 ggfjollege.
Library Squad, terms 4-7g Senior
Prefect Secretary to Mrs. Greene,
Mrs. Jolson, Miss Konig, terms
3 through 7g Secretary to Mr. Cum-
mings, 22 yearsg Mixed Club, term
2g Worked for Miss Hoffman, term 8.
9442 Ridge Boulevard
Radio Clubg Service Corps.-College.
7 106+10th Avenue
JOHN E. FERGUSON
Varsity Bowling Teamg Intramural
Basketballg Mixed Chorus, terms 4,
55 Musicale, term -ig Senior Show,
term 8g French Clubg Secretary to
Mr. Sachey. - College, U.S, Air
Aristag Whrketl for Mrs. Goldberg,
terms 5-Hg Wiirketl for Miss Simon,
term 8g Vice-President of Spanish
Cluhg Softball Cluhg Swimming Clulwg
Museum Guard, term 71 Stcnngrapliy
Regents Marlcing Committee, term 63
Sclioolf - Business XX'nrltl.
450 'l'lll1 Slrttl
Service Corps, I tr-rm. liiisim-ss,
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Band, 2 vearsg Orchestra, 4 yearsg
Service Corps, lk yearsg Musicalesg
Senior Showg Music Otiice Squad.-
Service Corps, term 8.-College.
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. I 205 ort Hamilton Parkway
Serv ce Corps, term 85 Secretary to
Mr. Druckerg Intramural Basketball.
JOHN M, FITZGERALD
Quarters, 703E Fort Hamilton
Arista, term 8: Lieutenant of Lunch-
room Squad. term 7: Captain of
Lunrhroom Sciuad, term S1 Pilot
Staff, terms 6..f'."S1 Tower Literary
Staff, term S1 Intramural Basketball,
term 61 Senior Show, term S1 Cleri-
cal Assistant-Mr. Szabo, term 61
Clerical Assistant. Mr. Joltin, term
S.-Air Forcel If. S. INI. A.-Xvest
Service Corps, terms 4 through 73
Intramural Basketball, term 61 As-
sistant GO, Representative. terms 5.
if College or Armed Forces.
'oll Fort Hamilton Parkway
C'.ilietei'i.i Squad. 3 terms: Service
Corps, 1 teriu.-AAi'iued Forces.
Language Othce, terms 6, 71 Modern
Dance Class, terms fi illlitlllgll Hg
Modern Dance Club, terms -l, 5, 63
Seventh Terni fluuntilg Senior 'l'reasf
,IOSLPI 'ALE -
,i '9tll57-Hd Avenue
Orch' L terms 5-Ft-1"j'unior Band,
te-rg, Track' Team, term 1, 2g
Sriunce Club, terms 1, 21 Secretary
'irr'Music Othce, term 6, Intramural '
l5askutba,ll', ,trfrins 5, 6.7-College.
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Secretary tn Mr. Gary Secretary tu
Miss Yrrungg Secretary tu Miss
Wattt'l'sg Tuimfr Representativc'.fSt.
6flll ltltlr Avenue
Scrrctary tu: Mr. Kearney, term sg
Mr. Cuminings, terms 7, H, Miss
Mullin, term 73 Senior Sliowg Solit-
ball fQIub.f--liusiness Writ-Itl.
74 Gatling Place
G.O, Oliice, fi yearsg G.O. Olhce
Manager, terms 7, 85 Mixed Chorus,
terms 2 through 65 Secretary to Mr.
Lebowitz, term 7, Health Educatitzn
Secretary, terms 2 through 8g Basket-
ball Manager, terms 2 through 73
Intramural Basketball, term 7.-Col-
Class Treasurer, term 8, Amber
Representative, terms 3, 4, Tourer
Representative, term 4, Secretary to
Mrs. Greene, term 4, Secretary to
Mr. Levin, term 6: Secretary to Mr.
Kaye, term 8, Switchboard Operator,
. - 'I' i Q1 Arista, Mixed Clitwtrs, l term, Girls'
' Q 1' Chorus, 4 yearsg Softball Cluhg
.... wk xii Mixed Clult Psyclmltigy Cfluhg 'l'rr-Y
, edt. A, Club, vita-pr-t-srrltrnt .if st-.im c LN,
X :Wil 1 , .59 Tffzzw' RL'Pl'L'9L'l1f.ll'lYC 1 term' Prn-
A gram Ctmmmittee.-lxatharine Ciibbs
f f ' ' Secretarial School,
' ISU Pl'USPL'L'f Avenue
pl, Service Corps, 2 termsg Intramural
K ft cf Hzlsketball.-Xxfurli .
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Secretary to Miss lirnokrnarm, terms
6, 7.-Business Vlforld.
3311 lllllll SlI'C'C'l
News lfrlitor, l'ffu!,' Literary lftlitimr,
'l'f11z'r'rg Literary Statf, fl I1 1' fr Il r 3
ll".11'w uf Sriwlrgeg Secretary ul Aris-
tag Bantlg lNlusicaIesg Quill .intl
Scrollg Secretary uf Psychology Club1
liruolilyn Association of Honor Sn-
Cietiesg Tri-Y Clubp Co-Author Sen-
ior Showq 7th Term Grade Cuuncilg
Mixed Club.+Syracuse University.
7101 Shore Road
L K, ,' 226-97th Qtreet
Nevvman Club, 4 termsg Newman
Club Ciurrasponding Secretary, 2
terms, Switchboard Operator, 2
OF UN 19
LESLIE W. GORDON
Aristag Quill ancl Scrollg Business
Manager of Pilotg Tower staffg Pan
American Clubg Psychology Clubg
Emergency Room Squad, Secretary
to Mr. Kearneyg Senior Show,-Em
gineering or Chemical Research.
Secretary in Health Educationg Emer-
gency Room Squadg G.O. Represen-
tativeg Secretary to Miss Mattson and
Mrs. Hyerg Secretary in Deans Of-
ARNOLD F. GOVERTSEN
Mixed Chorus, 6 terrnsg Orchestra,
4 termsg Soccer Team, 1 yearg Presi-
dent of Trinity Club: Miss Hennes-
sy's Messenger, 1 term.-College.
German Club, 3 termsg Service
Corps, terms 3, 6, 7, 8g Intramural
Wforkerl for Miss Millerg Chemistry
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Radio Club, 1 term, Miss Hoi'fman's
Otice, terms 1 through 6.-Business.
EUGENE GRUNW D
5 72nd re
i Corps, msg -
ice orps.- '. Inst' e, Dr 'g.
From U. S. Army to Business.
Secretary to lNIr. Kearny, 2 termsg
Miss Mullins Olliceg Secretary to
Miss Weidig in Study Hall.-Secre-
Orchestra, 7 terms: Orchestra Libra-
rian, 5 terms: Tnzwr Representative,
1 terms: Assistant Secretary to Mr.
Mortong Arista, - Albany State
ELEANOR oiuMsMANN I I BVAN GL'RvAs
. 1H6rr6Hll1 SUCH! ,. T101 Narrows Avenue
Secretary to Mrs, McHugh, 3 termsg 5 ' Semi,-Lt Cofpsx terms 4. ji SCU-emry
Sccrc-fury Lu Miss Hoffmann, 3 will-gg I. ,iq to Mr. Ttlluwl.--Collcsi
Secrctziry to Mrs, ciI'CL'I'lL', I termg Q5 N ' I ,,,k 5' si K
Progrqrm Conruniiiltr-c-1 Sr-crcluriul St-rv! ' 'H ' fl , - , V
ice Squrulf Business Wril'lrl. X, I
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OF UN 195
lute Squml, 7tl1 termg Sctretury to
aw Bay Ritlge P.lI'liXN'.lY
He.1ltl1 St-nice Sqrmtl, term 31 Sturm,
Mr. Stone, Htlm term. - Business Ury to Mrs. SCl1.u-lel',f-liuslncss.
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czr,ADYs HAGMAN ' f HAROLD rl' HART
S15-Slat Su-ect f ' 5 'lll'V"", 'imfmlll Swat
I, ,V C- . l , f - ' " Service Corps Czlfetclml Squutlg Brol-
mgnun ,omnuttec-, 2 terms, Miss I A, 1, --VVv' 3 U Q, I- P. .X tw Q ll-Flut-
Hoflnmn's Olllre, 5 tc1'ms.f-Business 3 ,gi . N 'Tl Qqlwkf, lllllgmlllt flu-M l'
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JOAN HAIAIIAI4 ,, nolus llAVliCQlilfR
l45sf77rIl Slrt-ct 3 ' I 0Uf75l1l SMU
5f.U.Q.m,.y U, NURS Millww K.,-,H 61 I- AI'INl.lQ Qnlu-str.lg'l'Iwtogrr1pl1y lzrll.
l,ll1l'ury Squgul, term 73 lflm'r'g.:enr'y 3 W ,pw 'UI' of l"ff'L"'l 54'L':Ql1lfY U2 Bflfs-
Rmml, It-rm 6: l.uulr'rs' Clulw, lr-rms f' W4 MCHlI,L:l1L 5i'W'f1ll1k lL'I'm 'Ulllflllll
fi, S3 Vollrly Hull Ollir-ml, term fi, ,Av .K '- FNMIHII llvmr Crlulv: Red UUSS
lg,,,i,,,W tj-ff fjlulwg lXllINlL.llLQ UU. R.L'lWI:C9L'l1l11-
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:M ful 5Q'Ll'il.lI'Y, HLINIHLNN XX'ul'lal.
IiVlZlilE'I'l' llAl,VUllSlfN Iil.AINlE HAZAZ Q
sgzsslocnlw Srl-ru 4 ,v i W I Sify 7'1fl1 5fl'L'9f
'I',-mjly Cjllllwg Service Corps, terms Gym lNlonitnr, Girls C4l1lm1'trs.Wl5r1sl-
6, 7, H.- Xxfurli eu' Iiilwle Sclmul, 7 HLW5.
Deans Office, 1 termg Secretary to
Mr, Cummings, 2 terms.-Business.
Grade Advisers Squadg Program
Committeeg Emergency Room Squadg
Latin Clubg Orchestra, 3 years.-
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, ,f1: -150-95th Street
'V Secretary to Miss Mullin. term lg
Secretary to Mrs. Stern, terms 5, 7,
l JOHN HELLAND
t ' 748-60th Street
Service Corps, 2 terms.-Business.
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5221 Fort Hamilton Parkway
Girls' Locker Room, term 6g Secre-
tary to Mr. Friedman, term 7, Secre-
tary to Mrs. Hauptman, term 8, Pro-
gram Oflice for Mr. Ganeless, term 8.
Mr. Kearney's Squad, term 1, Health
Service Office, 2 terms, Late Squad,
Cafeteria Squad.-Armed Forces then
Service Corps, term 1, Biology Labo-
ratory, term 1, Aquarium Club, term
Secretary to Mrs. Jolson, term 51
Secretary to Miss Simon, term R3
Volley Ball Otiiciuls Club, term 43
Leaders Club, term 53 Mixed Club,
term 5g Deans Office, term H1 Soft-
ball Club, term 6.-Business School.
Secretririul St-rvitrt Squuil, 2 twins,
Mr. Stiiutltk Ollicc, I tt-rin, l.ilni'iiry
Squurl, 1 term. - Wfiirk.
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6801 Colonial Road
Secretary to Mrs. McHugh, 3 termsg
Modern Dance Club, 1 term, Modern
Dance Class, 2 terms, Girls' Chorus,
6 termsg Musicales.-Business and
9229 Shore Road
Mimeograph Squad, terms 1, 23 Radio
Club, term 1, Radio Guild, terms 2-55
Service Corps, term 6g Band, terms,
JOHN P. HOGARTY
Assistant G.O. Representative, terms
2, 33 Track Teamuterms 1, 2gVarsity
Basketball, terms 2, 3, -ig Varsity
Baseball, -1 yearsg Newman Club,
2 yearsg Service Corps, terms 2, 3,
4, 7, Secretary to Mr. Kottman,
terms 6. ', 8.-Uhiversity of Iowa
Prefect Secretary, terms 1 through S3
G.O. Representative, terms 5, -1. 55
Secretary to Mrs. McHugh, term 23
XVorked for Mrs. Mayer, term -lg
Deans Othce, term -lg German Club,
terms 5, -lg G.O. Store. terms 5, S1
Class Treasurer, term S.-Career,
RICHARD J. HOLSTEN
Service Corps, 4 terms: Music.1le,-
Arista: G.O. Rcprcsentntiveg Secre-
tary to Mrs. Jolsnn: Grade Adviser
Squad. tr-rms 3-S1 French Clubg Se-
nior SllUXX'.-'K.lil1.ll'lI1LI Gibbs Busi-
' 915-77th Street
Service Clorpsg Architecture Club-
Newman Club, 2 terms, Modern
Dance Club, term 51 Modern Dance
Group, terms 4, 51 Musicalesg
Health Service Office, term 75 Senior
MARION A. HORTENBACH
7824 Fort Hamilton Parkway
Secretary to Mr, Stauclt, term 3g
Emergency Room, terms 7, 8.-Bush
I US Htli Avenue
reasurei or '-nior l'L'l7L'Ct.-'llLlSl-
.om N11Hoyc1 c
I libmr xl, ot ' isg ibrary Squatlg
EDMUND JOSEPH HYNES
Service Corps, term 5g Cafeteria
Squad, term 3g Intramural Basket-
ball, term 5.-Air Force.
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t-70-- I-lth Street
Operator in General Otlice, term 73
Girls' Chorusg 312 yearsg Musieales,
terms 2. -tg Softball Club, term 23
Boosters, terms Z, 3, Al, SQ Alunior
Prom Committee, term 61 Seventh
Term Council, term 73 Senior Coun-
cil, term S3 Tfzuwr Staff, term S1
Senior Show, Senior Prom Commit-
Mixed Club, 1 termg Softball Club.
1 term, Basketball Club. 1 termg Or-
cl estra, tl terms,-Business.
' 'ar Q.-uLCl:S
S20 Bay Ridge Avenue
Service Corps1 Assistant to Mrs.
7022 llitlge lloulevaril
Girls' Chorus, 3 yearsg Arista, Musi-
caleg Varsity Sliowg l"syt'IioIogy Club,
terms 5, 63 Curtaintimersg Secretary
to Mrs. Greene,--CQ:,llc-ge.
G.O. Representative, terms 3, 4g
Newman Club, terms 1, 2, 3, 4g Sec-
retarial Service Squad, terms 7, 85
Mr. Byron's Office.-Business.
Secretary to Mr. Goldstein, 1 termg
Attendance Squad, 1 termg Leaders
Club, Secretary to Miss Dick, 2
terrnsg Service Corps, Senior Show.
OF UN 19
Musicale: Girls' Chorus, two years:
Program Committee, one year.-
Business, Dental Assistant.
Radio Dramatics Club, term 1: Serv-
ice Corps, term S.-Trip to South
America. U. S. Army.
KAREN ANN JENSEN
Cheerleaders: Red Cross Representa-
tive: Anchor Literary Staff: Secretary
to INIrs. Gold, 3 years: Red Cross
Club: Girls' Chorus: German Club:
Secretary to Mr. Swahn, terms 3-7:
Tower Staff: Senior Show.-XYfom-
an's College of the University of
6823 Ridge Boulevard
Arista: Mixed and Girls' Choruses.
HQ years: Two Musicales: Secretary
to Ivfrs. Lyons, 1 term: Secretary to
Prefect Teacher for 51,5 years: Swim-
ming Club: Softball Club: Leaders
Club: Tri-Y Club: Psychology Club:
Vice-President of the G.O.-Kath-
arine Gibbs Secretarial School.
Automotive Varsity Swimming Team:
Automotive Varsity Soccer Team.-
7llZ lffrrt Hamilton l'.irlqw.iy
Service fairps, 2 terms. --- Arnit-il
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THE GRAD A
Modern Dance Club, terms 4, 52 SCC-
retary to Miss Young and Mrs. Cata-
nia, terms 4-S: Musicale, term 4:
Modern Dance Class, terms 4-8.-
KATHERINE L. JOHNSON
Secretary to Mr. Byron, terms 6, 7, 8:
Secretary to Mr. Cummings, term 7,
8: Prefect Secretary: Secretary, Senior
Class: Arista: Senior Show.-Secre-
J rtingsih 'A ' VY
' l ' if 81-78th.j6'eet
Secretaxytfoi Miss Koniggt Chorus, -I
year :F-I"n'tramural Basleetfball: lNIusi-
gal s.-Armed ServicesQ '
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PRESTON F. JONES
Program Committee. term -1: Library
Squad, terms 3, -1: Service Corps,
term 7: Pilar, terms -1, 5. 7, S.-
RICHARD A. .IULIAN
TOS Colonial Road
Orchestra, 313 years - Musicales:
.-lflrlwr Staff: Forum Club: G.O.
Representatix e: Newman Club.-Col-
Radio Club, terms 1, 2: Radio Guild.
terms I, 2, 1, S: French Club, terms
3, 4: Spanish Club. terms Z, 51 Psy-
rlioloex' Klub, terms 5, tw: Arista.
terms S-H: Secretarial Serwice Squad,
I-S: Varsity Show. term ig
,lf.-if'i.u- literary Statl. terms '-, 61
'lliii-'rr Literary Statli, terms ', S:
lftlitor-in-chief, Spanish Newspaper,
term S: Senior Council, terms ', S.-
OF JUN 1951
Secretary to Mrs. Segalg Late Squad,
2 termsg Assistant to Mrs, Lyons,
03 Fort ilton fPr ay
ramur.l Bas - all, Servi orps,
2 terms. . '
Secretary to "'fTfVine,ite'ri11s 7, 3
egetaWf'to 1'. Knssenlwrr "
5 Secretary to Mr .uttit1, term SQ
Service fiUL'P!'9v'lL'I' s 2, Hg Liocli-
rffarfn Sqtmrl, tt-rm'-lg Mu 1 -p.
resenliltive, tc-ri1f71K . . RL'PI'CS2'I1-
tnlive, term 11.-United Sl1llL'S Nilvy.
8861 Fort Hamilton Parkway
Soccer Tc-amp G.O. Olhce Squarlg
Boys' Health Education Ofhcu-
Quarters 9A, Fort Hamilton
Nature Squadg G.O. Representativeg
Gym Secretary, Chemistry Labora-
tory, 7th termg Assistant Class Treas-
urer.-Army or College.
8801 Shore Road
Treasurer of Aristag Bandg Orches-
trag Tourer Representativeg Latin
Club, 2 years, French Clubg Pilot,
3 years, Secretary to Mr. Stern, Mrs.
Frankle, Mrs, Greene, and Mrs. Se-
gal, Secretarial Service Corps.-Col-
s, ,., ...
Cafeteria Squadg G.O. Store- Col-
lege or U. S. A. F.
Service Corpsg Soccer Teumg Secre-
tary to Dr. Lemlcin.QCollt-ge or
f 2 I , - ,V ooNAI.D KENNY
,M 7306-6th Avenue
bfi, Scrvict- Corps, terms 5-R3 Latin Club,
V, A , ' tr-rms R, -ig Locker Room Squad,
i N l-' C' 1 It-rm '31 ll1lI'4II11lII'Jll Iinsketlmll, terms
, -' f., H, ri, s. Navy,
it ' if 4
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hi b . c,11oRGE rin IXHOURI
., H822 Ridge Boulevard
A i Biology Laboratory, terms 1, 25 Sec-
' l f retary to Mr. Hammond, terms 6, 75
fl, All Xa' Newman Club, terms 1, 2, 3, 4.-
' A ' College and Business Wforld,
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f f --Z L JOAN MEL
' ' ,. ' 907-56th Street
-- - Girls' Chorus, term E55 Biology Lab-
V' Q it 1 oratory, term 4g Secretary to Mr. Ger,
Q Z' w term 3g Program Squad, terms 3, 5g
V W, xv French Club, terms 3-5g Mixed Club,
fs f 2 term 43 Secretary to Mr. Kahn, term
' X ,, A' A 13 Math Coach, terms 3, 4g Musicale,
1 ' term 3g Aristag Boosters, term 5.-
B y RONALD KINGSBURY
,. yvlv ' 62 Parrott Place
Orchestra, 4 years.-Business.
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Lorraine l'etm'rs1-n good looks,
Ci-rtrudu' Inearnnto- athlete
Brueu- 'Thompson-f athlete
Nick Pirofdancc-r, wit
George I Lofrnark-most popular,
Audrey Johannesen 1 most popu-
John II Newman-good skate
Morty Civan-brainstorm, Einstein
Vivian Attiyeh-Miss Secretary
John III Hogartywpersonality kid
Audrey II Moore-musician
John I Ryan-typical Senior,
most likely to succeed
Pat Miller-best dressed
Katherine Johnson-typical Senior
Emily Bondgdid most for the
Norman Kurdel-did most for the
7016 Narrows Avenue
Secretary to Mr. Kottman, term 6,
Assistant G.O. Representative, Intra-
mural Basketball.-College or Armed
Service Corps, terms 1-6, Mrs. Wes-
terberg's Service Squad, terms 1, 5,
and 6, Intramural Basketball, Secre-
tary to Mr. Bedell, G.O. Represen-
tative, term 2.-Vacation out West
G.O. Office, term 1, Mrs. Wester-
berg's Service Squad, terms 3, 5, 6,
7, Service Corps, term 8.-College,
5804 Fort Hamilton Parkway
Service Corps, 3rd term.-Institute
of Applied Arts and Sciences.
Boosters, 3 terms, Girls' Chorus, 2
terms, Secretary to Mrs. George, 1
term, Seventh Term Grade Council,
French Club, 1 term, G.O. Represen-
tative, 1 term, Anchor Representa-
tive, 1 term, Tower Representative,
1 term, Worked in G.O Utlice, 1
term, Wrrrked for Mr. Kottmang
Assistant to Mrs. Catania. College.
638- 79th Street
Band, 3 years,-College.
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FRANCES H. KORTREY
5-123 Fort Hamilton Parkway
Secretary to Mlr. Ganeless, term 5,
Secretary to Mrs. Goldberg, terms 6,
7, English Oflice, term 8.-Modeling
and maybe College.
Worked for Mrs. Bonom, term 73
Modern Dance Club, Modern Dance
Secretary to Mr. Kassenbrock, Secre-
tary to Miss Riccobonog Emergency
Room Squad.-Business W'orld.
SON-IA KRISTIANSEN -
Projector Squad, 1 term, Locker
Squad, 2 terms, Luncheon Squad, -I
termsg Secretary to Mr. Morton, 312
years, XY'orked for Mrs. Levis, 1
term, Tauw- Staff, 1 term.-Busi-
NANCY ANN KUBASAK
255 Dahlgren Place
Arista: Radio Club, 1 term, Psychol-
ogy Cluh, 1 term: Tower Staff, 2
terms, Gym Squad, 1 term: Secre-
tary to Mr. Ganeless, 1 term, Secre-
tary to Protect. 6 terms, Secretary to
Miss llrookmann, 6 terms, Senior
Show.-Long Island College Hos-
pital School of Nursing,
MARY ANN KUMAR
Secretary tn Miss Mullin, 2 termsg
Secretary tn Mr. Kamin, fl termsg
Class President, 2 terms: GO. Rep-
resentative, l termg Arista, 3 terms:
Swimming Club, 1 termg Class Sec-
retary, 1 termg Modern Dance Class,
1 termg Library Aid, 1 term.-C6l-
22 Gatling Place
liditur-in-Chief of Tourer, january
and june 19513 Art Fditnr llvazfer nf
Srienreg Associate Editor, llvmfer of
Srienreg flzirlynr, 4 termsg Assistant
Art Editor of AIIL'hU1',' Art Editor of
Anfborg Chief Czirt00nist of Pilulg
Bandg Senior Grade Council, terms
7, 81 Rembrandt Club terms 3-6g
Musicaleg Representative tn Wr:i'k-
slmp Sclmfil fur School Eclitorsg Mu-
seum Squatlg Art Ofhce, 6 terms.-
Architecture or Engineering.
6653 Colonial Road
Seventh Term Secretarial Service
Gym Secretary terms 6, 7, H.-Mili-
ervic cl, te nsg Or-
chest rmsg us' OH:1ceSquaclg
Mu' 3 Wtwrke ' Musi Hjce,
4 ye rsg Student Tear stru-
ment Practice.-Long Island iver-
Latin Club, terms 2, 3g Science Club,
term 23 Program Officeg Secretary to
Miss Higginson, term 4g Secretary
to Mrs. Greene, Mrs. Gold, and Mr.
Kayeg Secretary to Service Corpsg
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Library Squad, term 33 Liirker lNluni-
tur, term 6g Secretary to Mr. Sillilutv,
term S3 Secretary lim Mrs. lllclrlugli,
term S1 Modern Dance Clubg Mudern
Dance Class, terms -l-Hg ,luniur Dra-
matics Clubg Musicale, term Llp Sen-
ior Shuxxxsbusiness, Cullege.
Accounting Squad, 3 termsg Tuzrer
Representative, terms S, 6g Trinity
Club: G.O. Representative, term 6.-
5 ills --ilth Avenue
Girls' Churusq All City Clwrusg Sec-
retary tu Mr. Sivliwayg Secretary tu
Mrs, liuiitlrit, Business Wfturltl.
Messenger fur Mrs. George, 3 termsg
W'rirlteil fur Mrs. Willistlii, l termg
Library Squad, 1 termg G.O. Repre-
sentative, 2 termsg Tourer Represen-
tative, 3 terms.-State Tech. Dental
Service Curpsg Bandg Musicale.-
Secretary to Mrs. Stern, terms 1, 2, 33
Locker Room Squad, term jg Mrs.
Mayer's Secretarial Squad, term 7g
Secretary to Mr. loltin, term 8.-H
8624 Ridge Boulevard
Basketball Team, terms 1-63 Base-
ball Team, terms 1-6.--College.
CAROL JEAN LEAF
Curtaintimersg Radio Guildg Tennis
Club, French Clubg Secretary to Mrs.
Jolson, Mr. Golomb, Miss Miller
and Mr. Coheng Emergency Room
Squadg School Receptionist. - New
Aristag Orchestra: Latin Clubg Math
Clubg Mixed Clubg Psychology Clubg
G.O, Representativeg Tower Repre-
sentativeg Girls' State Representativeg
7721 Colonial Road
Program Office, terms 1-83 Secretary
to Mrs. George, 2 terms.-Business
Came from Spring Valley High
School in 7th termg Service Corps,
term 7g Projection Squndg Assistant
to Mr. Friedman in Biology Labora-
tory, 8th term.-College.
MARY ANN LIIZN
H82 -58th Struct
Secretarial Service Squad, 6 tc-rms.--
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JOHN A. LINDBERG, JR.
Mr. Kaye's Service Corpsg Assistant
to Mr. Mathesong Mr. Szabo's Cafe-
Service Corps, te- s 5, 6, 73 Intra-
mural Baslgetball.-Armecl Forces.
, its 1'
GEORGE E. LOFMARK
6850 Ridge Boulevard
Track Team, 3 yearsg G.O. Council,
representing the Sophomore Classg
Senior Councilg G.O. Representative,
3 yearsg Leader of Gym Clubg Cheer
Squad, 1 yearg G.O. Ofhce Secretary,
-1 yearsg Senior President.-College.
Attendance Squad, term 31 Mr. Quig-
ley's Otiice, terms 4, 5. 63 Newman
Science Clubg Assistant to Mr. Mor-
ton, -1 terms: Tnzzwr Rc-presentative,
kll'Cl1L'Sfl'.l, 2 termsg Intiximural Bas-
kctlmllg lilcctrical Squudg Newman
Club.-College or Air Force,
THE GRAD ATE
OF UN 1951
Tuuferg Curtaintimersg flucfmrg Radio
Cluhg Assistant G.O. Representative:
Prefect Class Treasurerg Records for
Spanish Department: Senior Showg
Intramural liaskethall.AUniversity of
Service Corps, terms 5, 6g Mixed
Chorus, term 51 Intramural Basket-
ball, term 6g Senior Show, term Rf
Anchor Art Staflg Miss Dick's Othceg
Museum Squadg Spanish Newspaperg
Service Corpsg Intramural Baskethall.
7ltI5 Narrows Avenue
Lihrary Squadg Secretary to Mrs.
Mayer: Secretarial Service Squadg
Mathematics Othce, 2 termsg Fort
Hamilton Forum, Ten n i s Cluhg
French Clubg Tourer Staff, 2 termsg
Aristag Pilot Statfg Tourer Literary
Staffg Seventh Term Grade Councilg
Senior Councilg Math Cluhg Girls'
Chorus, 2 termsg Vice-President of
Pan American Clubg Psychology
Clubg Program Committeeg Secretary
to Mr. Solovayg Secretary to Miss
Millerg Senior Show.-Brooklyn Col-
lege, 2 years, then to Cornell.
NICHOLAS A. MALDARELLI
Service Corps, 2 yearsg Secretary to
Mr. Drucker and Mr. Kottman.-
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Secretary to Mr. Golomh, terms l, 23
Secretarial Service Squad, terms 7,
8g Accounting Othce Squad. 5 yearsg
Attendance Squad, 2 years.-Bush
oiqii L14-:GIANT f L
Secr r" , A vic S uad, - termsg
' r mitte S' 'st' iy to
' . oung, Mrs. - ' r. Go-
imb and Mr. Tannerg ' C c vm
sentative, term 5.-Busi ss.
S502 - l ltll Avenue
Museum Squadg Art Othceg Study
Hall Girardg Radio Play. College.
RICHARD A, MARIANI
44 Bay Sth Street
Track Team, terms 5-8g Radio Guild,
term 6g Locker Room Squad, term 6g
Intramural Basketball, term 65 Serv-
ice Corps, term 5.-College, ,
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ELAINE G. MARKS
Modern Dance Classg Modern Dance
Clubg Tennis Cluhg Leaders Clubg
French Clubg Captain of Boostersg
G.O. Representative, terms 1-8g G.O.
Council Sophomore Representativeg
Seventh Term Councilg Senior Coun-
cilg Vice-President Senior Prefectg
Locker Room Squadg Grade Adviser's
THE GR DU TES
Red Cross Clubg Basketball Clubg
G.O. Representative, terms 1-45 Sec-
retary to Mrs. McHugh, terms 1, 25
Deans Office, term 5L Grade Ad-
viser's Squad for Mrs. Kahn, terms
6, 7, 83 Secretarial Service Squad.-
Secertarial Service Squadg Library
Squad, terms 2-5g Secretary to Miss
Simong Secretary to Miss Hauptmang
Mixed Chorus, terms 3, -ig Secretary
to Mrs. Schaeferg Attendance Squadg
Senior Shovvg Class Representative,
term 8.-Nursing or Business.
French Clubg Service Corpsg Intra-
mural Basketballg Class Treasurer,
Lunch Squad, terms 3-81 Needy Chil-
dren Thanksgiving Baskets, term 35
Secretarial Squadg Recording Marks,
term 4g Office Squad, terms 6, 7, 81
Service Squad, term 63 Gym Secre-
tary, term 7g Emergency Room, term
73 G.O. Representative, term 7g Tuiiitr
Representative, term 7g Study Hall,
Squad, term 83 Arista.-College.
Secretary to Miss Morrill.-Business.
RICHARD iNlt'f,Aliil'l IY
IIJS 7Crtll Sturt
Program Ofiiceg Switchboardg Mr.
Byron's Officeg Dean's Office: G.O.
Storeg Swimming Clubg Basketball
Clubg Orchestrag Senior Show.-
LOIS ANN MCENEANY
921-I Ridge Boulevard
Secretary to Miss Hoffman. 1 termg
Secretary to Miss Young, yearsg
Newman Clubg Arista: Switchboard
Operator in General Otiiceg Usher-
ettes, 4 yearsg Tozifr Representativeg
Senior Prefect Treasurer: G.O. Rep-
MATTHEW' -I. MCENTEE
Service Corps, terms 4, 5: Cafeteria
Squad, term Tg Secretary to Miss
Dick, term 63 Intramural Basketballg
15 jackson Court
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hawk? Cr ps: Stride X IEEE? ,om-
ll ittecg litem' I I 1 ' cogmph
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t.m" tm -l 1 Sccrcmry to Mr.
Si 'I . - 'r .ry wg' Sacliev'
Mi -ri 1 Qi ess "ivy ,
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7200 Ridge Boulevard
Service Corpsg Intramural Basketball.
325 Marine Avenue
Miss Hoffmarfs Office, term 7:-
PATRICIA ANN MCKENNA
Psychology Clubg French Clubg Bas-
ketball Clubg Grade Adviser's Squad,
8 termsg Program Committee.-St.
Bandg Orchestrag All City Band:
Service Corps, 6th term.-U. S. Air
Cafeteria Squad, term 43 Intramural
Baskethnllg Trinity Cluh.-Business.
Chorus, Girls and Mixed, terms 4-81
Secretary to Mr. Sterneg Secretary
to Mrs. Deersong Secretary to Mr.
Swahng G.O, Representative, 7th
Track Teamg Aristag Biology Squindg
Pilof Sportswritc-rg Soccer Tc-amg
Chemistry Squiulg S er v i c e Corpsg
Latin Cluhg Sc-cretary to Mr. Berlell.
Hantlg Pliotographc-r for Pflnfg Mrs.
Westei'lwtArg's Service Corpsg Photog-
raphy Work in the Biology I.Lll301'kl-
Worked for Mr. Morton, terms 2, 35
7918 Fort Hamilton Parkway
Miss Schroth's Service Corps, term 6g
Intramural Basketball.-University of
OF UN 1951
PATRICIA MILL- Q
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7601 Colonial Road
Biology Laboratoryg Nature Roomg
Physics Laboratory.-Work and Col-
Secretary to Mr, Cummings in the
Accounting Othce, 2 terms.-Bush
JOAN F. MONTEMARANO
Newman Club, 1 yearg Rembrandts,
1 yearg Prefect Secretary, terms 1-53
G.O. Representative, terms 1-43
Wrrrked for Miss Grant, 1 termg
Painted Props for "You Can't Tal-ce
It Witlw Young junior Hand.-CoL
lege or Night College and W'ork.
Ilia Hlitll Street
Swimming Cluhg fJl'ClK'Sll'1I, 'v yearsg
Nlmlern llama- Class :mtl fllulng Sec'-
retary to Mr, llzuumnml, ttirius 6,
7, Hg 7'ulr't'r lSl'Pl'l'St'lll.IllV41 flmfmr
RL'Pl'L'SL'lll.IllVt'Q fifl, Rl'I7I'LSl'Ill,ItlVL',
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SHIRLEY ANN MORRIS
President of Mixed Chorusg Mixed
Chorus, 4 yearsg Intramural Basket-
ballg Sports Editor of Pilolg All City
High School Chorusg Locker Room
Squadg Tower Literary sfaffg Secre-
tary to Mr, Druckerg Tower Repre-
' - S015 N rrows Avenue
French Club: Pan-A erican Clubg
Secretarial Service'8iquad: Language
Othceg Dean's Utliceg Secretary to
Miss Farquhar, Mr. Golomb, and
Mrs. Doyagag-4!Tou'e1' Representativeg
Swimming Cluhg Program Commit-
tiee.--Katharine Gibbs Secretarial
Physics Squad, terms 6, 'L Cafeteria
Squad, term 6.-U. S. Marines.
Cheerleaders' Captaing Tozrn' Repre-
sentative: nl 11 r fi rl r Representative:
Secretai'y in Math Class. terms 1, 5.
ug l.ot'ket Squad, terms 0. S.-Ratlr
arine Gilwlws Business School.
THE GR DUATE
T I igtli
OF UN 19
7500 Ridge Boulevard
Service Corps, 2 yearsg Class Treas-
urerg Intramural Basketball.-Bush
Wiirked for Mr, Kottmang Track
Teamg Cross Country Teamg Service
8515 Colonial Road
Arista: Pllnl Staflg English Otliceg
Mrs. Willis1nn's Otlice, terms 2, Hg
Math Clulvg Latin Clulwg Assistant
G.O. Representative, oth term.-
J 756-4th Avenue
Track Team, 3 years1 Chorus, 215
years: Musicale, 1 year, Secretary to
Mr, Kottmann, 5 termsg Secretary to
Mr. Sacbey, 2 terms, Secretary to Mr.
Drucker, 1 term: Intramural Basket-
ball, 1 term.-Wfork. Q '
Locker Squad, 2 terms: Projection
Squad, 2 termsg G.O. Representa-
tive, 2 termsg Tower Representative.
2 termsg Emergency Room, 1 term.-
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KM? 2 auf
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Service Corps, terms ', 8.-Business.
35,45 -if IM'
9-I-I7 Ridge Boulevard
Service Corps, Cilfeteria Squad.-
College or Alaska.
RAE INI. NIERENBERG
871' -'slst Street
Secretary to Mrs. Catania, l termg
Secretary to Mr. Br.wei'm.m, l termg
Secretary tu Nr. Kearney, I lL'I'Il1,--
Library Squad, 1 termg Grade Ad-
visers' Squad, term 33 Deans Otlice,
term 4, Switchboard Operator, terms
5, 6, Sg Secretary to Mr. Mortonf-
JOAN D. NILSEN
Aristag Library Squad, Late Squadg
Worked for Miss Hauptmang Sec-
retary to Mrs. Kahng Xvorked on
Tennis Clubg Newman Clubg Secre-
tary to Mrs. Doyaga, 2 years.-Busi-
S701 Shore Road
Language Office. term lg Grade Ad-
viser's Ofiice, term 7, 8, Biology
Laboratory, 3 yearsg Tower Staff,
term 7: Assistant Tower Editor, term
83 Mixed Club, term 11 Psychology
Club, term 41 French Club, 2 termsg
Modern Dance Club, 1 termg Senior
Program Comrnitteeg Intramural Bas-
Service Corps, 1 yenrp Intramural
Cafeteria Service Squad. term 73
Service Corps, terms 1, 2g CIO, Rep-
resentative, terms r, og Inrmmurtrl
Basketballp Senior Slirnw,--Lrrng Is'
lantl Institute of 'l4ec'l1rwoIoIgy,
'SX -x I
vrr nigga lJ'f,fELi-W rr
.. Hill lu-AI'l.' Rrruwl
Vigo 'y fMtrrrU'?f,g French
Clvllll H Ll, f32'bf3r.JJilair'y Irv'lMiss
Drcjiil 'vice tv Mrs, Stfrrl, Srrvru-
ff' Iv S MCT I I 111 I Art Stall
,l!UlI'L7' RL'Pl'CSL'l1l1lllVE,QICTIIIS l. 5. 63
Museum Scrrmtl, term H, folltgt,
.WDW 72. . .
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Service Corps Cafeteria, Intramural
Basketball.-Work, U. S. Air Force.
Biology Laboratorvg Secretary to Mrs.
G.O, Representative, terms 2, 4, 53
Assistant Representative, term 6:
Cafeteria Service Corps, term 6g In-
tramural Basketball, term 5: Newman
Club: History Discussion Club, term
13 Secretary to Mr. Quigleyg Senior
7200 Ridge Boulevard
Girls' Locker Room Squad, 1 termg
Secretary to Miss Brookman, 1 term:
Mixed Chorus, terms 5, 6. T, S.-
ANN OHLSON .
Locker Squad. terms S, 6.-Business
0514 Fort Hamiltori Parkxnty
Service Corps, 4 terms: lntr.1mur.1l
l'r.rsketh.rll. I term.-XY'ork.
- V I 752-56th Street
Secretarial Service Squutlg Secretary
to Mr. Hammond, terms 7, H.-
i - 56 Mackay Place
Secretarriil Service Squutlg Secretary
to Mr. Hammond, terms 7, 8.-Busif
Miss Mullin's Office, 1 yearg Mr.
Hiimmoml's Office, QW yearsg Secre-
tarial Service Squadg G.O. Assistant
Relvresentzitive, term 7.-Business.
111 Gelston Avenue
Girls' Chorus, 5 termsg Modern
Diince, 5 termsg Secretary to Miss
Viv M JLSEN '
jp!! fl1 Street
!6g'vi e Cor sg S A a to Ir. Kaye
Secie . tern, Gym Office:
f Oi g Club.-
w Y '
Intramural Basketballg Service Corps.
A if "i, 7 fi .2
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CAROLYN A. ORROK
Trinity Clulvg Swimming Clubg Late
Squad: I,nckei'Sqi1udg l-ilWr.1ry Squnclg
Secretary tu Mr. Cohen: Secret.1ry to
Mr. Kottman.A-Concni'tli.i College-
50 5-56th Street
Secretary to Mr, Cummings, 3 termsg
Secretary to Miss Young, 2 terms.-
Class Secretuiy, term SQ Locker Room
Mixetl Chorus, 4 termsg Tower Rep-
resentative, term tsg Tuu'e1' Photog-
Service Corps Lieutenrintg Cafeteria
Squadg Orchestrag junior Bandg Sec-
retary to Mr. Quigleyg Newman
Clubg Set-up Squad in Orchestra, 1
termg History Discussion Club, 1
termg Set-up Squad for PTA, terms
1 and 3.-College.
Attendance Squadg Program Commit-
teeg Secretary to Mrs. Cataniag Sec-
retary to Miss Youngg Secretary to
Miss Brookrnanng Library Squad.-
OF UN 19
4 Q I
1 Q ' . '
i be f ' -'if
Dorus PKULSEN , 'S 1
4 ,. 'r616 i373rd Street
Qrrlsl ,Choiusiy iSCCI6tLE4"'fO Miss.
Qimong S e nfi 0 r Show Committeeg
4 Locker Qgltnbm Siquztti!-Busy-ess: A'
xx , 'X' If K
Service Corps, 1 termg
Club, 1 termg Lunch Squad
G.O. Store, 1 termg Secretary to
Kassenbrockg Track Team, 1
Secretary to Mr. Kuttmiin, 1
Mr. Luclwig's Office, terms 1, 21
Service Corps, term 5g Mr, Quigley's
Office, terms 5, 6, 7g Mr. Stones
Ottice, term 83 Assistant G.O4 Rep-
resentative, term 73 Senior Council
Representative, term H1 Usherettes,
terms 1, 8g Seniiir Prum Committee,
5 I f
Lixiei -'e" if uv.. N, , ,
JOAN c. PEDERsEN A
915-59th Street "
Secretary to Miss Mattsimn, 1 ye.ii'g t
Class Secretary, term 8.-Business.
En,i.1lish Otlice, 4
er, 1 tc-rin.--Business.
l'mgi'.oin Ulliw' ri-rin 1, Siii'cl.ii'y In
Mr. fret, Mi. K.ilin, .mil Miss Hug
ginsinn, It-rms G-Hg Aiishi, xlffifffu
.S'i.1cly-fu ll f
fl N Q Q
s an Q
"f Wi- c
X R X
termsg Gym Luck-
T HE G R
Secretarial Service Squadg Library
Secretary to Miss Brookmunn, 4
yearsg G.O. Representative, 2 termsg
Clerk in Mr. Stones OHice.4Busi-
Gym Locker Munitor, terms 2-63
Seci'cti1i'y to Miss H.1ut1 De.1n's Of-
nceg Mudern Dance Cl.issg Modern
Dance Club: .-1m'Xwr Representative:
Tffziw Represc-nt.itive.-College and
Swimming Club, 1 term: Emergency'
Rowing G.O. Rtpresentatixe. terms
S-'Q Class Scci'ct.1i'y,-B ii s i n e s s
ITLAINIT A. Pl K I
l.i1L'li1.'l' SL l l ' , t Wllll
Cilubl PIU! T mllll
YT f l A
A U2 li Y 1
XYm'kctl it Gci . ' Hi , 'V 11
K ii fi ' -
ia pw f
i ' I xx
L TES W
OF UN 19m .
Mixr-tl Clinrus, 3 terms fViCe-Presi-
flentjg St-cm-tz1i'y to Mrs. Catania, I
term, l'rt-sitlent Seventh Term Coun-
rilg Senior Lnuncilg Intramural Bus-
kt'tlmll.-Iirrmtlwny :Incl Hnllywoml.
Service Clnrpsg Baseball Squudg Intru-
murul l541sketlmll.- S. M:1rir1e
St-crt-tary tn Miss Broukmnnn, I yt-:arg
Biology l.gIl1uI'i1tuI'y, I term, limer-
,uenry Ronin, I yenrg Secrelairy lu
Mrs. Gluck, IM years, Orrliestrng
Nt-wmnn Cltilw.-College, Sfluvnl of
Bqintl, 3 lL'l'lIIS.+BLlSlI1CSS,
Track Team, ZW yearsg Emergency
Room Squad, terms 1, 3, 4g Secretary
to Mrs. Greene, term 65 Secretary to
Mr. Beclell, term 73 Service Corps,
term 73 Secretary to Mr. Kottmann,
term 83 Intramural Basketballg Ger-
man Club, Locker Room Squad.-
Army, then Business.
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.II.'Nli PRF f, 'Y
Assistant .O. Re - , W gn ,
li' Ov C, 2 umfl . Slim D-,
ve 5 A
Grade Advisers Odite, Z terms, Li-
bfflfl' SQUIILI. 1 fCI'm1 Program Coni-
mitteeg Mixed Clulw, I tt-rm.-Busi.
GRETA RAF! DSS
. , A . . . ,- ugl.
r 1 ' n 1 657 lily Rnlge Avenue
lrinily flulw' lilwl ny Squnl li '
32-70th St ' X 't
Mr. Sterne's Oliice, 3 years, Lfffg,
Frankle, terms 5, 6g Senior Show'
Secretary to Mrs. Grayson, term LL!
STEQHEN W. RE1gHE.R'r
J A A 145-72nd Street
M. Qulgle Ofice, 2 termsgjklr.
Stone-,S O Ce, Qdlterrnsg Intramural
Basketball, termfiy Secretary to Mr.,
Kottman. term 85 Service Cofpfsf 21'
ICFQ.-Navy. X ' . ' '
JOSEPH V. RICAPITO
G.O. President, 2 termsg City G.O.
Council, 2 terms: Band, 2 termsg
G.O. Office Squad, 3 termsg Study
Hall Squad, 1 termg Track Team, 2
terms, Secretary to Mr. Kottmann,
4 termsg Hygiene Secretary, 1 termg
G.O. Class Representative, 2 termsg
Intramural Basketball, 1 term, Pilot,
1 termg Brooklyn Borough G.O.
Council, 2 terms.-College.
Orchestra, Zlfz yearsg Intramural Bas-
ketball, term 61 Chemistry Squad,
term 81 Senior Show,-College.
E , ,
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DOROTW' R GDQONM'
3106 Colonial Road
C oru terms 5 Mixed
roup, term 51 Qilodhirn Dari' e Club,
terms -1, 5 6g Le Club, erm 41
ennis Club, team: 2g Curtaintimers,
'germs 2-8g,01zrlTnzw1, term 41 Sec-
retary to Miss Broiikmann, ternzts 2,
3, 43 Seni Show, Tower Staff-
i J -n Axitisjoisgxxf. RLNG,
I , ,V 4 7 ' -13-1 Sth Street
J I Arsity Baktb' l, 3.4'y -a .g Service
' orps, 4 thrm Sgcrj fo
F DruCket'.-ACtille I. . Kp Q
AY, i hi 'six
sa -P Q
167 'ltstli Sturt
SeCi't'rary to Miss limiikiiiaiiii, lriins
3-6, St-Crclziry to Miss lluiiiiinii, It-rm
2, St-crtrtary to Miss Yniiiiig, Ivims 48
7, 8g 0.0. Iivpi't-st-iilnlivi-, twin 'Ig
Arisliig Amfwr llt'pi't-sviilqilivttg f.lIl
tuintimt-rs, ttiiiiis 2, 5, 'ig St'tit'Iaii.il
Scrvitt' Stiuml, It-rin H, folltiigt, l I
German Club, terms 1, 2, 3, 4, Intra-
mural Basketball, term 65 Secretary
to Mrs. Greene, terms 5, 6.-Holy
Secretarial Squadg Secretary to Mrs.
Willison, term 63 Secretary to Mrs.
Levis, term 8.-Business.
Intramural Basketball, term 6g Radio
RAYMOND T. RODLAND
' 738-53rd Street
Mrs. Gold's Attendance Squad: Intra-
mural Basketball Teamg Trinity Club.
SEYINIOUR ,ROINIANTZ H
Varsig' Basketball Teani, terms 2, 55
Intramural Baseball, terms l-411 Intra-
mural Basketball. terms I--lg GLY
O,tiiCe.- D c s t i n a t i n n Vnknown
l't'ogi'.itu ciUlllllllItL'L'1 Assistant to
Miss Van lliikkelciig Assistant to Mr.
Cumniinus: Assistant to Mr. Ham-
iuoiitlg Assistant to Mrs. lirankltx-
7200 Ridge Boulevard
Remhrandt Cluhg Latin Cluhg Phys-
ics Squad, Biology Squad, Orchestra,
Piatnistg Girls' Chorus Pianist.-Col-
Secretary to Mr. Nnzerg Typist for
Mrs. Segal, 2 terms, Mrs. Stern,
71102 Narrows Avenue
Ciurtitintimersg Pilul, reporter, Swim-
ming Cluhg Tennis Cluhg French
flluhg Psychology Cluh, Program
Committee, Secretary to Miss lirooli-
iniinn, Secretziry to Mr, Soloviiyg
'l'uii'er,' flurlfurf Arista Seeretairy.---
llptililllsl RUFFINO ,
Q, ' 404-writ Fm-t-t
Service Corps, 211 yea-r'2 lI'ltl'LlI11Lll'tll
lirlilietlvwlfl.-4'WfoILli. N ' L
, ' 1 1
'I I ,M 1
,Y I Ll!
XX"oi-ked for Mr. Cummings in Ac-
counting Office, Z termsg Worked for
Mrs. Kahn in Grade Adviser's Othce,
2 terms: Typist for Miss Hoifman,
1 termg Al'lStLl,+BLlS1I'lCSS Wforld.
241 Senator Street
Boy Leader of Arista, Mixed Chorus,
terms 5, 6, 7, S1 Psychology Clubg
Curtaintimers-Ozfr Tozwzg Pygmal-
ion Assembly Programg Tower: In-
tramural Basketball, Senior Show.-
5616 Fourth Avenue
Attendance Squad, 1 termsg Silver-
ware Squad, 2 termsg lfmergency
Room, 1 term, Secretary to Mrs.
George, 1 term: Senior Showg l.e.1d-
ers Cluh, 2 terms.-Business.
6755 Ridge Boulevard
Grade Advisers Squad: Secretary to
Mr. Kitming Deans Squadg Seeretary
to Mr. Trezzzlg Girls' Chorus, terms
Z-8, Boostersg French Cluhg Soft Brill
Club, Art Othccz- College,
ssl -f-89th Street
Grade Adviser's Squad, terms 2, -I, S,
7, H1 Assistant to Miss Millerg Mixed
H67 - fl lst Street
Wforked in Record Otfice, Attendance
for Mrs. hlllflIl1StllT."'HLlSlI1L'SS. '
7100 Ridge Court
Orchestra, terms 5, 6, 7, 85 Girl
Leader of Arista, term 8, Language
Office, term 39 Gym Office, term 15
G.O, Representativeg Seventh Term
Grade Council and Senior Councilg
Class Treasurer, term 8.-Brooklyn
Orchestra, 4 years, Musicalesg Con-
cert Masterg German Clubg Math
Clubg GAO. Representative, terms
1-65 Music Office Squad.-College.
THOMAS SCARLETT 1 '
i 7-L16-Sth Avenue
United States Marine Corps.
, 1 I '
'O12 Narrows Avenue
Collected Attendance Sheetsg Class
Custodian, 2 terms.fCollege.
Attendance Squadg Chemistry Squadg
Arista League.-Electrical Engineer,
Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute.
Band, terms 2-83 junior Band, terms
1, 6g Orchestra, terms 3, 5: Musicale,
terms 2, 4, Emergency Room Squad,
2 termsg Miss Brookmanns Orhce.
2 termsg Mrs. Hale, 1 term.-W'orl:.
Z5-41 Cropsey Avenue
Aristag Latin Cluh Secretaryg Ger-
man Cluhg Psychology Cluhg Math
Cluhg Leaders Cluh1 Mixed Cluhg
Modern Dance Cvroupg Lihrary
Squadg Grade Advisers Squadg
Emergency Room Squad, History As-
semhlyg Musicaleg GO. Rt'prest-nt.i-
tiveg 'I'o1z'tr' Reprc'sciit.ttivc. --f,oIlt'gt'.
iii.AiNi. sr.iu'is s S
I is osili sri-or
Sc-crctiiry In Mrs, Bonom, term 6,7 i 'ix
Drunk Utilti, ttrni I1 I..itt- Saw I Be , Q
terms S, 6, R1 Cir-lni.in l - V 'T ' -if W' X-
X ' - iff
XV ' ,M My tri
Mrs. Mayer, term 1g Miss Brook-
mann, term 2g Ivfr. Shulman, term 6.
9220 Fort Hamilton Parkway
Language Orhce, term lg Secretary to
Mr, Quigley, terms Z, 5. 4, Secretary
to lNIiss Brookmann, terms 5, 6, 71
S501 Fort Hamilton Parkway
Musicaleg Mixed Chorus, terms 2-S3
Captain of Cafeteria Squad, terms -1,
6, 7: Service Corps. terms 1, 23 Sec-
retarial Service Corps, terms 1, 21
Cafeteria Squad, terms 1, Z. 53 Latin
Club, terms 5, 41 President of Latin
Club, term 61 Intramural Basketball,
JOHN P. SCOTT
Service Corps, terms 6, SQ Physics
Squad, term 'Q Intramural Basket-
a erm olgloll' .
Secretary to Mr, Golomh. 4 terms:
Math Ottice, 1 termg Mr. Quiglevs
Othce, 1 termg Secretary to Prefect.
St-crttaiv to Mr, Cummings, 3 terms:
Llradt- Atiosttis Othcc. 2 termsg
l5iiiei'gti1t'v Room Squad, 1 termg
CLO. Reprt-st'ntativc. l turing Busi-
ness St.iH' ot' Tori ri .---Business
OF UN 19
ll2'is - it-Llntl Street
Aristiig Ciirls' f.lnn'us, 2 termsg Ac-
ciiunliiig St-rvitc Squml, llfz yuzlrsg
llslucrs' Sqimtlg MlISlCilllCSQ Newman
Clulwg Pr'iiy,gr.iin f.llIIlI1llllL'C'1 SL'crtrtury
tri Mis. Mtllugli, llfl ytuirsg St-vcntlm
'l't'rm f.riuncil1 Serwiiwfitxtintilg'l'f11z'w'
l.itt-fury Stuff. Scniin' Slwwg Scniiir
l'riiln Climiiuittuc. -Htisiness XX'ivrltl.
NXfll.l.IAM bl, SHORTALI.
Mrs, Mgitlim-.iiiy's Service Crmrpsg
Mrs. Dclwirfs Service Curpsg Mrs.
Aim-s' Service flwrpsl Catptrrin uf
Supply Sc-ryitc fnrps, I tcrmg Mr.
Niiiiiicns Service flurpsg C..it't-teriii
St-rvitc flurps. US. Navy.
'MH -llsl Street
liinglisli Ullitt-3 St'ci'tilz1ry tu Miss
6-7g 'l'ff11't'r ltt'pl't'scl1tulivL', terms R-61
5VVllllIlllIl'll Clulwg Rt-il ffruss f.lul11
Swim' Cniiiltilg Art lliiulm' ul'
Rk'llIlWl'LlIIlll fllllwg St-niur Slumwg As'
sismiit Art litlilin' ut 'l'fm't'r. Mur-
lllll 6Htli Struct
St-l'vicc' Ciirps. t'vusinc'ss.
Physics I.1ilmiu1tur'yg Intramural Bus-
kctlmill.-Cullegc or Business.
is ,Ulf y L 1
ft buf! .
Intramural Bnsketbrillg Service Corps.
I ml lege. 476 Hr
W QE ,.t..:sf
-ml Ox ingti-ni Axt-true
Cilblt. ir 'M .
fi Eur x I i
Q 3 'l .
.- ' 3
fr 'Y .,
lllzsll Hlst Sll'CL't
Arist.1g St'trtt.u'i.il Scrxitc Sklthlall
THIIN' RL'Pl'Lst'Ht.lliXc'1 SuI'Ll.ll't' tw
Mr, ltlwwitf, trims fy, ', Hg Pm-
gixiin Ciiiiiiiriittwg St- r x it tt trump
Stllllll' Sliivwg Sctlw-t.li'x' tif Miss Hig-
lLQllINllll, K.llll.II'lIlL Ciilwlws Htlwiil,
RI! HARD NlXll'.RAl.ljl
Imam will Slim-t
Strvitc C twrpsg lXlil11t-iiAui'.r11liStllmil.
llARfJl.D SflliQil'N'lll '
10.20 M, if'tl1 Street'
Service Qfirpsj lntr.uu'111'IfHiislgt-tballf,
,IOSEPH souro y ' '
Intramural Busketballg Band. terms
6f 7, 83 Soccer Teamg Lieutenant.
Cafeteria Service Squad, terms 7. 81
Cafeteria ,Service Squadfterms 4-81
Secretary to Mr. Kassenbrock, term 7.
sState Tech. .
155 Gelston Avenue
Lost and Ftiund, term li Secretary to
Miss Hoffman, term S.-Business.
THE GR TES
Secretary to Mr. Corenthal, terms 7, 8.
G.O. Office, 1 termg Intramural Bas-
ketballg Cafeteria Service Corps, 1
yearg School Corps, 1 term.-N.Y.U.
Varsity Baseball Teamg Service Corps,
2 yearsg Intramural Basketball. -
Detention Squad tMorningj.-Navy
Secretary to Mr. Cummings, terms
fl, 55 Library Squad, terms 4, 5, 63
Swimming Club, term 43 Modern
Dance, term 5, Senior Sbow.-Nurs-
SIS --Hqirtl Street
fill. Repitseritzitiveg f,nfetc't'iit Serv-
ice Corpsg lzclitor of Spanish News-
paper, latogiiiige fjlllikl f,olli-pe,
than Soiitli AlIIt'I'lL1I.
164 Bay Ridge Avenue
Girls' Chorus, terms 1-83 Musicale,
1948, 19495 Grade Adviser's Squad,
terms 1-7g Swimming Club, terms
Basketballg Newspaperg Prom
mittee, 3rd year in Fra! . .g
Emergency Room, t .- ing.
',',2,?ft,f7,, L.. XM - ,jf
M E My f ,ff
'ff 7f'i Y X
Mixed Chorus, ' termsg Service
Corps, terms 1-6.-New York State
Ranger School, XX'anakenu, N. Y.
Secretary to Mr. Kamin, terms 4, 5, og
Secretary to Mrs. Green, terms -1, ig
Secretary to Mrs. Stern. terms 6. '. S1
Mixed Club: Tri-Y Club: Curtain'
timers. You Cillllf Tait' If lluifli
You: Psychology Club: G.O, Rep-
resentative1 Usher. terms 1-S: Emer-
genq' Room Squad, terms 1. 21 Radio
Guild: Senior Show.-College,
Roll! Ridge Boulevard
To un' 1' Representative: lfiuergency
Room Squad: Secretary to Mr. Rott-
mann, Mr, Golomb, Miss Farquliar,
Mrs. Scliaeferg 'l'oi1't'r Statlig Basket-
ball Club, Volleyball Club: Softball
Club, Swimming Club, Leaders Club:
Ollicials' Club: French Club: Attend'
ance Squadg Senior Show. -4ff- College
and tlie National Swim Meets,
Mrs. Gold's Attendance Squad, term
4, Miss Brookmanns Office, term 8.
9 e t
rctary to otcl Pro
, if U15
Hi eg ceg Mi H ma 's
Ofti -' .O. re sur s eg .O.
,asp Af- 1 ' 'i s.- ge.
551 Marine Avenue
Library Squad, term lg Grade Ad-
viser, terms 2, 3, 4g Secretary to Mrs.
Finng Secretary to Mr. Tanner, Typ-
ist for Miss HCHDCSSY.-SCC1'Ctilfllll
7918 Fort Hamilton Palrliwily
E m Q r g c n c y Room Squadg Girls'
Locker Room Squudg Secretary to
Miss Brookmrmng Secretary to Mrs.
Segal, Tower Representative.-Nurs-
8902 Shore Court
Arista, Biology Laboratory Squadg
Program Committee, Secretary to
Mr. Matheson, Secretary to Dr. Lem-
kin.-Renssaeler Polytechnic Insti-
f ,VV 10 r
e's Servi p 65
Nts re ry to u , t 3.-
' Ho ood.
I v '
Y f fl
633- lStli Street
Locker Squad, GO Otiiccg Emergency
Room, Track Team.-College.
JOHN BRUCE THOMPSON -
7116 Ridge Boulevard.-
Al!m7'kGpfCSCHf1lflVL'Q S e r v i C e
Corps, Seventh TermwCouncil: Var-
sity Baslfetbpll, '5 ,yenrsg Vai r s i ty
Basgbztll, yearg Secretary to Mr.
Drucker,y 'r,.wvBedell, Mr. Siegel.4
College.l-"ti, J i
Cafeteria Service Corps, 5 termsg Mr.
Quigle-y's Oftice, 3 terms.-College
of the City of New York.
AUDREY E. TONTS
9015 Ridge Boulevard
Art Editor for Tower, terms 7, 8,
Curtaintimers, terms 2-73 Anchor,
terms 2-6g Mixed Chorus, terms 1-4,
Our Towng Co-Author Senior Show,
Radio Guild, terms 3-6g Latin Club,
Co-Captain, Cheerleadersg G.O. Rep-
resentative, 2 yearsg Service Corpsg
Senior Show, Tower Staffg Attend-
ance Squadg Girls' Locker Room
Squaclg French Clubg Secretary to Mr.
Golomb, Mrs. Gold, Miss Farquhar.
-College, then Katharine Gibbs
237 Ovington Avenue
English Office, 1 termg Service
Corps, 5 termsg Leaders' Club, 1
Cafeteria Service Corps, terms 6, 7.
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Secretary to Mr. Tanner: Secretary to
Mrs. Sterng Secretary to Mr. Swahng
Pan-American Clubg E rn e r g e n C y
Room Squad: Secretary to Miss Fritz:
Treasurer of Prefect Class.-Nursing.
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Orchestra, 5 tc.-rinsg Hitntl, I tering
Care of Instrument Room, 2 yearsg
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Girls' Locker Room Squad.-College.
Newman Club, 2 termsg Science Club,
1 termg Biology Laboratory, 1 term,
Secretary to Mr. Leichtman, 1 termg
Secretary to Mr. Kaye, 1 termg Serv-
ice Corps, 1 termg Program Com-
mittee, 3 termsg G.O, Representative,
2 terrnsg Program Office, 1 termg
Dean's Office, 1 termg Tower Repre-
sentative, 2 terms.-Business.
Secretarial Service Squadg Secretary
to Miss Van Bokkeleng Secretary to
JEANETTE VAN W' KEN l
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Service Corps, terms 1-S3 Lieutenant
Biology Lnlw, 1 term.-Business.
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Arista: Chemistry Squad: History
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Slefvicu Corps, 'terms 4-83 Wbrked in
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Secretarial Service Squad, terms 5, 6,
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viser's Squad, term 4g Secretary to
Miss Brookmanng Typist for the
5 42-+94th Street
Secretary to Mr. lVIai?etone,j1,
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Aristag Psychology Club: Swimming
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G.O. Representative: Secretary to
Miss Mullin, Mr. Liss, and Miss
Higginsung Grade Arlviser's Squritlg
Senior Sl1uw,7IXlt. Hulyulie College.
Cul Squutl, term lg Tulzwr Repre-
st-nt.ativt', term S3 CIO, Represeiitn-
tive, term 61 Cziptnin of Lille Sqimrlg
Dr-.m's Otlice, 2 tt-rms. -lX'lciliu1l
402 Marine Avenue
Service Squad, 2 terms: Miss Mullin,
1 termg Science Clulv, 1 termg Li-
brary Squad, 1 term.-Modeling.
Intramural Basketballg Mr. Kearney's
Secretary to Miss Mullin, Secretry
to Mrs. Sterng Tower Representative.
Pratt Institute School of Architecture.
MARIAN E. XWINQUIST
Latin Clubg Tennis Clubg Mimeo-
graph Squadg Library Squad, terms
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6, 7, 83 Senior Show.-College, and
History Ofliceg Grade Advisers Of-
fice, Secretary to Mrs. Swahng Secre-
tary to Mr. Kamin, Psychology Clubg
Modern Dance Clubg Math Club,
Secretary to Mr. Staudt terms 5, 63
Tower Repres ntative 6.-Col-
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Service Corps, 8 terms, Cafeteria
Service Squad, 3 terms.-Business
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Bgskethnll, term 6g Secret-ary to Nirf
Drucker, term 7g.Seeret.1' toflllr,
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ELSE ABRAHAMSEN ARNOLD KVIEKSTAD EDXVARD lNlcGARRl'l'Y
ROGER lfGAN ROISERT LANGDUN THUMAS lNlCGRA'l'H
THOMAS FAALAND NUl'3l.li l.ANGll,l.lf NAUREEN lNlL'KlEARNEY
LOUIS FRANCU IOHN l.APl wl0HN lNlOONlfY
RONALD HUNT Cilffllliilf l.ARSliN CSARSTEN l7Alll.Sl3N
MAX IUNAS llUlilill'l' MANNING VINCSITNT RHODES
AR'l'l'llfll KAliS'l'liNSliN IUHN MARKFN KENT 'l'HURS'l'liNSl5N
Now our four years haw tlraun to a 1-lose
And here we express thcni in rhyinr-.
WF- know it would hr- more 1-ll!-c'tiyv in prose
But wc-'rc sorry, we dont liaye tht- tinu-.
lkf'IIll'IIll'74'I' when we started?
lt sec-Ins so long ago.
Through the halls we darted,
But whf-rc we did not know.
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lt was like Inass hysteria. X I D . F 07,
Hash and specials everywhere, X It Q V
It was a fcarsoinc sight. ' 5 1. .5
Seniors grahhc-d for freshmanls chair: .- :1f':1f"
Now 1 ask you, was that right?
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Showed no mercy for usg
Nlany ol' us joined the Band 'Haj
Or were drafted to the Chorus. ' i ' ' ' ' ,
lkt'tll1llNl'tl Art was not so boring. ' ,i I ,' D
But that modern work wonlt jivv.
VVr' didn'l know what we were drawing,
But we got a ninety-livr-.
For silver that had not lim-4-n llfflllglll hack . .
We were lmrought lwliorm' Miss Sell:-ll. Slim- ' .
Sclllr-rlcccl torture worst- than the rack: ' '
'l'hrm'c long rounds with Mr. S2lt'lll'y. , ' kj
Wl1m'I1 a canine roained the school, i, i -I . ' L
Mr. Andrews oft demanded, ' . u , .
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A dauntless figure in the hall
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Generally speaking on the ball, .X Y
His name we necdn't mention. - a
Spanish, German, Latin, French,
It fills us with elationg
Since we can court a comely wench,
Regardless of her nation.
The senior pin-it sure had styleg
6'It's a desk or a whalef, thcy'd say.
But they missed it by a mile.
lVe know it,s a Model A.
The boys who sang in the Senior Show
Sounded just great. so they sayg
To the South Pacific theyldt like to go,
Singing off key all the way.
It's not that we're proud of our po
But let this be our motto:
'Excellent work it's got to be,
If the bards are Ryan and Luottof'
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When the fun and work of rehearsing for our Senior Show czune to ai
triumphant close, the Seniors breathed a sigh of relief and yet ol rm-givt that it
was all over so soon.
Written by Liz Goddard and Emily Bond, with Audrey Tonts. the Tenth
Year Circus was a riotous production from the opening bars of the overture to
the last curtain call.
Will we ever forget Miss Brookmann's mystic rendition of Ronald Corn's
prophesy, or Tom McKenny with his three anonymous snakes? Serving as
ringmaster, John Ryan introduced each act as though he were from Barnum
8: Bailey itself. Dot Rigdon, locker room acrobat, made quite a hit, while the
cafeteria scene was declared by its members the best in the show.
The skating act, the first of its kind to be produced in Fort Hamilton,
featured a graceful solo by Elaine Sterp and Harold Hart. The final waltz
scene was introduced by Les Gordon and Dana Sullivan, seated on four
bouncing Seniors, who fonned the ,51 jalopy.
No circus is complete without a big brass band and ours was no excep-
tion. Under the leadership of Ray Filhley and his golden trumpet, they
accompanied all the songs and dances.
Everyone left claiming the Tenth Year Circus to be the best Senior Show
in Hamilton's history and all agree that it could not have been the success
it was without the efforts of Mrs. Levis in directing the many colorful dances,
or those of Miss Tasman who went through many trials shaping the cafeteria
scene into the Hnal product.
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E. thc class of Juno 1931. being of sound Inind and body tthnnks to
thc Hcnlth Education Dcpartincntl. do hcrcby state thc suggestions as
wcll as worldly posscssions that wc wish to lcavc to Fort Hamilton High School
when wc hnvc gmdtigitccl.
Sonic of thc class scicntists. Lcslic Gordon. Boh Attiych. and Bob Schincl-
tzcr :nrc nlrcnch' hnrcl .lt work on invcntions that will hc of lII1lI1CC1S11liLllJlC
vnluc to Fort Hamilton. Thcy hnvc pcrlicctccl sonic dustlcss chalk which they
hnvc clcdicatcd to Bliss Rlillcr. .ind work has hccn colnplctccl on ii new typc
of candlc for Arista-one that lights. Whcn cliscovcrics h.ix'c hccn tinishcd.
thcy will join with Xlorty Cixxin and 'liccl Dmngc in thc I113I1l1li.1ClL1I'C of an
atom honih which thcx' plan to Clonntc to thc Cllll'lHlNll'f' Sqtmd for cxpcri-
Our fnturc politicians. Bill Colcinnn. kloc Ritxipito. Nick Piro. and Gcorgc
lifll-ITlHI'li. llLlX't' Cl1'dlL'4lU'Cl tl10l11St'lX't's to thc task ol Uwllcctillg .Ill tllc t'0I1liCIIl
which is tliroxxn .it tlicni during thc hig political llllllkxi .ind p.n'.idcs so thcx'
min turn it ovvr to Klr. Szaho lor usc gis tcst pgipcrs.
.Xml l"i'.iIiu's lxl.llUlT.1. tlif- Q.1l who is most likclx' to sncccctl. h.1s volun-
tccisvcl to tlongitc lll'li lirst million to thc luturc 'l'n:t't'r slgllll thcxill ncctl it.
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ters lhflllI'll'Ill' clUllllN', fir-urge Slralten, Ronnie Nloss, Rm- lanclolo. .'X11cl1'4-3'
'lUll2lIlIlt'SS4'Il, :xml lllaine fliiileriex, plan to clonzilm- lu Miss lionig' iuul Mr.
Nazer sn. rn-cording ol' .full fl Smile al 'ltvlilfixglil :incl lliree extra lingers lor
every chorus lll1'llllN'I' to place lH'lNA'l'l'll his it-1-ilu.
We would like to clonate llon Rlfllillillitlll :incl -lohn Kanye to thi- srliool
with the rr-tiniest that they ln- us:-cl to hm-lp wincl ilu- clock in tht- tower.
llracle Advisers' Hquzicl lllt'llllN'l'S, l'zlt lX'1i'Kl'Illlll, Peggy ,'Xi1cls-rsoim, llnyw-
Stultz, anal Nancy Kulmasuk wish to leave to tht- VVVI'-lilllllllllll Miss limokniguni,
zu class ol sluclents who fllfilllf want Z1 progrzun cliauigv.
'lack Fitzgerald, lNfIichael Barich, and 'lost-ph Soutto, Service Corps Lieu-
tenants, wish to leave to those who will remain hm-hind, ll pack ol hloodhounds
- fthey always get their inan.
Class artists, Virginia O'Connell, Anthony Bruno, Joan Jacobsen, Frances
Shupin, and Audrey Touts are planning to chip in and huy Miss Dick the
lX1etropolitan Museum ol- Art while Bob Ritter. Ellen Boschwitz, and Don
Flore, who sjznwlzriz Deutsfh, are leaving Dr. Cochran a door for his Phi
Beta Kappa key.
WVC plan to give the Pilot stall the thing they want inost-a Pilot, and
we would like to leave Mr. Levine an Ophelia, Mr. VVaks, sorne nionev of
his own, Mr. Kearny an experiment that will work, and Mr. Corenthal, a
Tenth Anniversary Button tplus three book covers, one pair Fort Hamilton
mittens, four packages ol loose-leaf paper, and one Hrst-aid bandage which
are included in the original pricej.
To Mr. Ludwig, who acted as a shining light of example to us all, we
leave wonderful ineinories of Fort Haniilton High School.
The students ffet the paper,
The school gets the fame,
The prznter vets the money,
But the sta Gets the blame.
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The first Tower. under the direction of Mr. Hcrbst and selling at the
price of twenty-Hvc cents. was issued in june 19-13. 'l ne graduating students
of that year entered the school in September 1911 when there was no grade
higher than 5 and every student had to complete his last two years. They
considered themselves Fort Hamilton's i'PionecrsH and they certainly were.
for they were basically responsible for building up the traditions of our school.
From term to term. the Tozeer has adhered to the custom of a "Last
lNill and Testament." a celebrity page. various dedications. a NClass Prophecy."
and other distinctive features. However. occasionally there have been depart-
ures. The T0zt'er.t issued during the war contained the names of the boys
in service, accompanied by their photographs. Fort Hamilton's "Firsts.,' so
called because they were the first class to graduate at the end of a full four-
year course. the Class of June 19-15. in their issue of the Totem' handled the
celebrity page in a somewhat different manner. Instead of having the faces
of the celebrities attached to drawn-in figures. they had the entire figure
seated in a classroom seat. In the June 19-17 issue. the seniors had their senior
song printed with words and music.
The Trizeez' may differ in its presentation from term to term. but it never
SVVl'I'VCS in its honest elfort to reflect the activities ol the seniors at Fort
Our very first Anchor. a, pint-sized edition a trille larger than the Rut111'e1'r
Ilifgmt, came out in the spring of 1912. Our own Mr, Benjamin Blorton.
who happens to be a senior pn-lieet teaelier this term. was business adviser
for this first issue.
l'hotrigraphs atlornm-cl many of the pages in the earlier .-l1it'l1o1'.v. but in
it-ri-tit years this praetiet- has lit-en tliseontiinietl. Tliese pictures were taken
at various student activities and were placed in the Jlllcfltlli in a montage
form similar to the one used today in our 'l'oztw'.
Each issue publishccl had a definite theme which was carried out on the
covcr ancl in stories, poems ,ancl thc art work. For instance, il' the sea were
the theme, the cover would have a nautical flavor, and some of the literary
ancl art work would further develop the idea. The whole issue would be
lively ancl spicy, salt being the most prominent spice. This method has evi-
dently proven cllective because time after time our Anclmr has received first
place awards in the annual Columbia Scholastic Press Association contest.
Whzit to name Fort Hamilton's newspaper was the first problem to lace
the faculty advisers and student stall' of this newly born publication. Alice
Lawson won thc- name contest sponsored by the paper, and thus the prize ol
a life subscription. The paper was thereupon christened "The Pilot."
From the start, the publication contained faculty, celebrity and student
interviews. There were school, neighborhood and world news columns, sports
articles, cartoons and aclvcrtiscmcnts. Music, Book Review and Record col-
umns were lcaturcd while each issue contained a column on the amusing siclc.
We can be especially proud because our "Pilot" has won a great many
awards, one for almost every year of its none too long existence, It has been
entered in the Columbia Press Association Contest, ancl has won first prize
six times, second prize once. Uncc it rcccivccl a Nleclalist Award. hlalvin
Schccter, a former editor, won for liimscll' ancl the "Pilot," a journalism
award from radio station VV. O. R. ancl the N. li. Hrmlrl 'l'ril1l1ll1',
The paper emanates from a tiny oflice, Room 362, wlit-re editors, report-
crs, cubs, artists and business stall' assemble, and unclcr the advice and guidance
of Mr. Solovayw write, organize, and sct up thc newspaper.
Awards, pictures ol' thc school, of interviewed celebrities and former
student stalls cover the walls of this little room from which so many events,
occasions, and memories have been and will be tabulated.
Although Waves of Science has played an integral part in the extra-
curricular life ol' the School almost as long as there has been a Fort Hamilton,
the magazine as it exists today only emerged with the arrival of its present
literary editor, Mr. Leichtmann. Before that date, it was published only in
the form of a mimeographed booklet. Since then. four rather deluxe editions
have been issued. The first three of these were but a potpourri of contribu-
tions by various students on varied facets of science. However, last year's staff
established a precedent in which one distinct theme was selected, by which
all writers were limited. Although the latter method was of necessity more
difhcult, the quality of the magazine was improved to such a degree, it is
hoped that future editions will maintain the precedent.
The Waves of Science has been entered in the Columbia Scholastic Corn-
petition for four years, and already displays an enviable record, winning two
first and one second place prizes.
Everyone who has ever attended Fort Hamilton High School, from its
freshmen through its alumni, can be proud of his or her school. To any
inspector, our grounds and building are ideally planned and located, and are
among the best in New York City. However, one must really be a part of
this school to appreciate wholly the most important part of our life here.
It is simply the complete accord that exists between all students, teachers,
department chairmen, and Mr. Ludwig.
As simply a sports item, this article will be confined to our scho0l's sports
record. From the very beginning, our teams have reflected a spirit of co-opera-
tion existing between members of the teams and their coaches, plus the drive
Briefly we list a resume of sports activities and some outstanding stars.
Some we know and some we only know about.
Our beginning was in 1941 and not very auspicious. It was not until
the latter part of the year that intramural basketball was introduced.
The following season t19-121 initiated our first competitive teams. A
comparatively poor showing was made by our basketball, baseball, and track
teams. This, however, did not reflect our true potential as a competitive
school since our teams were novices in their respective fields.
In 19-13-4-1 fencing was introduced by Mr. Flaster. The track team placed
third in a 1,280 yard relay P.S.A.L. meet at the Garden. Eddie Hyman was
the star of this team. He was also G.O. President. Our basketball and baseball
teams, under coaches Drucker and Kassenbrock. made a mediocre showing.
This year, a plaque for athletic achievement was presented by the Health
Education Department. The first two names engraved on the plaque were
.lay Olitfe and Nickolas hlillionis.
1944-45 brought our first winning season in baseball. From this team.
Dick Murphy was the Hrst player elected to the "All City" team. The basket-
ball team had another poor season. However. "Strctch,, Hintermcister. the
team center, placed second for scoring honors in the city. This same year
brought ice hockey and first place honors to us. This team was so outstand-
ing, it defeated the West Point Plebes during a war year when the Army
team is always at the peak ol' its strength. This year. the golf team played
tor the tirst time capturing divisional honors and second place in the city.
ln Ifirtfi-rlti the hockey team once again ran away with the league's top
honors. They slmt will the leagm-'s "All Stars." Basketball and track had
only a liair season. Um' baseball team and golf team placed second and tirst
respectively. llnder Mr. lledell, a soccer team was organized and prepared
to rompete in l'.S.A.l,. games in future months.
'l'hc following scason crowncd our hockcy tm-inn victors oncc again. 'lihc
haskcthall tc-:nn placcd third. Hd N'Il1I'lJlly and Jinx Sotis xwn- tht- outstand-
ing playcrs. Thi: socccr tcain placccl third and thc hasclmall tcann lost thc
chuinpionship in thc- last gainc. Thi- track tcarn had a vm-rx' succcssliul waix
placing in st-vt-ral int-cts. Gr-orgc H4'llil'IlStl'lIl paccd tht- cindcr-nicn.
lflflfl-'l-fl brought a gcncrally good sczison to all our tczuns. Howcvr-r, this
ycar. duo to luck of school liunds, thc hockcy tr.-am had to hc dishandcd.
Gr-orgrr IIf'llil'IlSU'lIl starrcd again on thc track tcani. Our haskcthall tr-ani
dcvclo :cd a ncw flock of starsf --Vlfalsh. Nlulvchill. Lavdcn, Thorn pson. Ulscn.
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and Ring. Thr- howling tcam inadc a good showing.
ln thc 1949-Stl scason thc track tr-ani had its most succcssliul yn-ar. taking
inf-dials at hoth tht: Cardinal Haycs and lVIanual IIlf'PtS. Thi- outstanding pci'-
lornicr on this tc-:nn was Fahrizzio who hrokc the: rccord lor thc Qllll yard
dash at thc Stuyvcsant rncct. This ycar thc Kcglars lhowlcrsl linishcd in
Now our sports rccord is closcd. This st-ason niost l'.S.A.l,. schools huvc
hccn unahlc to conipctc duc to tht- unllortunzitc situation which has giriscn.
Wliilt- compiling' tht- data und writing ol' this sports liislory, wc litm-
rclivccl und cnjoycd, in rctrospcct, sonic ol' tht- highlights ol' our school!
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447 EIGHTY-SIXTH STREET
Brooklyn fl, N. Y.
To the Ladies and Gcntlcincn of thc Class of 1951
Fort Hamilton High School
Brooklyn 9, New York
The Trustees and Ofliccrs and Staff of The Brcvoort Savings Bank in
Bay Ridge offer you individually and collectively our sincere congratulations
on completing your high school course, and extend our best wishes for your
good health, prosperity and tranquillity.
Q May God grant you a future bright with promise and happiness.
Serving Savers of Brooklyn Since 1892
flu mfcellfence. .
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COLLEGIATE CAP 8 GOWN CO.
RENTAL CAPS 81 GOWNS
366 FIFTH AVENUE
N1-pw XYORK CITY
CONGRATULATIONS TO THE JUNE 1951
KINGS COUNTY LIGHTING COMPANY
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Brooklyn 20, N. Y.
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530 - 86th STREET
Opp. Dyker Theatre
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406 IYEST 31st STREET
New York 1. N. Y.
The Srhool That Gets Results
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SHore Road 5-5950
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REED AND COMPANY
Makers of Class Senior Pin
373 FOURTH AVENUE
New Cork l6, N. Y.
Sl-lore Road 5-9786
Serving Bay Ridge for Over Z5 Years
HENRY'S FLOWER SHOP
FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
8505 FOURTH AVENUE
Brooklyn 9, N. Y.
SHore Road 8-6591
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B602 THIRD AVENUE
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