Francis W Parker School - Record Yearbook (Chicago, IL)
- Class of 1950
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A long tlme ago we were In Fourth Grade Miss Davis was
our teacher then We were about elght or nlne and very lm
presslonable It was a bug year for us A year fulled wnth
Greek fantasy when the Illad and the Odyessy were not
names on a Great Books lust but vlvnd picturesque stones
as real to us as our growang pauns lt was a year when
Persephone danced for us, Hercules lnfted our chaurs, and
Pegasus and Ballerofon galloped across our room Mass Dovus
belueved In "learnmg by domg," so that year we dad thungs
We staged, directed, wrote, and acted m our own plays, we -X
had typmg lessons and spellmg bees And through each of
these actnvmes we were guuded by her sweet temper and
quuet pataence lt was a bug year for us We were growmg up
And so we went on Fifth Grade Slxth Grade until now we
are Seniors But somehow a part of Mass Dovls has always
remamed with us and a part of us has always remamed I
that Fourth Grade room So the 1950 Parker Record takes
great pleasure IR dedncatmg theur book to Mary C Davns,
because to us she IS symbolic of all that we love and cherish
nn our school
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I fear the contented man SUld John P Marquand
ress unless there IS dIscontent WIthout It today I even
belneve there can be no Inner peace of mInd
Active and constructIve dIscontent has marked 'I949
1950 at Parker Student Government dlscarded ITS old
CONSTITUTION and spent much of the year In wrItIng a new
one The SIxth Grade establIshed a newspaper an
scooped the Weekly on the sensatIonal event of the year
the break INTO the lIttle school bUIldlDg Student commIt
tee and faculty have laborIously transformed mornIng
exercIses from sporadIc entertaInments mostly by films
or speakers from outsIde the school to the central role
they used to play that of the expected dClllY gatherIng
where day after day dIfferent members of the school
famIIy test theIr mastery of new Ideas and experlences
by makIng them VlVId to us all The Twelve Days of
ChrIstmas added pageantry to the musIc of Vespers
Such numbers as TrIal by Jury replaced the trIvIalItIes
of recent forums The Fnfth Grade found no Vlklng play to
ITS taste and wrote ITS own SenIors who belIeved n
the clnema verslons collaborated to write theIr own for
In partIcuIar the Record staff were dIscontented and
determIned to break precedent They reported and be
gan work before school opened and devIsed and loyally
carrIed out a plan of raIsIng addItIonal money wIthout
compllmentary advertIsements or advertIsements from
Parker parents Throughout the year they have organ
Iled eI'ficIently and worked well possIbly wIth less
encouragement than any other actIvIty GIVES from
faculty and admInIstratIon
KHOWIDQ Parker I have no fear that you or they wIIl
be dangerously contented eIther wIth the 1950 Record or
wIth any other aspect of the school And so I am realIstIc
In wIshIng the Class of 1950 the Record staff and all
theIr readers the Inner peace of mInd that comes from
progress makIng dIscontent
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Ah but a mans reach should exceed
hu grasp or whats a heaven for?
Robert Browmng J
Busy Bully Student Government Presudent Thurs
day mornmg glory Jokes from way back Basket
ball Captain Schnzophremc
Some are born great some achieve greatness
and others have greatness thrust upon them
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Chercher l homme 2000 l Q next stop Harvard
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Square preoccupied Im more normal than you
Oh Its excellent to have a grants strength E
But ut s tyrannous to use It lake a giant
Atlas The fake art of rasslun the lad wlth the
delicate aur Aw rlght klddues dues are due W Q
football addict a i Q
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A stlll small vouce
The Old Testament
Lower School Councul Partridge IU a pear tree
Weekly Charter artust a true understandmg of
Parker s basic rdeas conscuentlous obgector
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Men who klss and tell are not half as bad
I as those who klss and exaggerate
No butt Have you seen my scar lately
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lnfe at the Weekly dusconten e
armchair at zeros
Sweetes lll feller everybody knows
Dunno what to call lm
But hes mnghty lak a rose
Handy Andy Perpetual eate
Class Social Commit
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tee favorite perch on raduator
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What dire offense from amorous causes springs
The silent, swlrlung snow
other Barrymore musogy
But now I know the things I know
And do the thmgs I do
And uf you do not luke me so
To hell my love with you
mst Class Presndent
What mughty contests arlse from trlvaal thmgs
Toy Shop Head Mormon progeny
football team Krauthead 6 pomts
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If I should labor through daylight and dark
Consecrate valorous serlous true
Then on the world I may blazon my mark
And what If I don t and what If I do7
Ten oclock scholar Phuz whnz Parker s answer to
1950 T S Elliot addict
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A well tamed heart
For whose more noble smart
love may be long ln choosmg a dart
Hey, Don, l'm down nn the darkroom developnng"
real addmon to the class nndustnous worker
Mediator Co Edstor of the RECORD Clest we forgetj
lm tired of four walls and a cetlmg
I have need of the grass
Fogey every day us vlsutors day at the zoo gentle
the strong silent type
There IS at least one thing l would less
rather have In the neighborhood than a gangster
And that IS a practical prankster
Dlckle Head of Study Ol Halls "Bonlour, Madame,
ou est mon A?" curly headed soccer player per
sonaluty and wut
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Oh woman' lovely woman' Natur made thee to tempt mon
If you kgew Susle Secretary of Student Government
artist RECORD staff Oh no' You re luddang'
terrufic IVE vonce
Poets alone should luss and tell
A Frnend Dorothy Parker
Cherchez la fem Frenchle Larry or what have
you? Rover fixture at the Belden another
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"We loan ourselves to no party that does not carry
the flag and keep step to the music of the Umon "
Phantom of the Opera R C P Goodhead, Good
heart . . staunch Republncan . able tenor a nose
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"When all the world consplres to prause her
the womon's deaf and cannot hear "
Effluent GAA Head Tennessee Gump loyal
sports fan hard worker occasuonal southern
accent "Surprise, surprnse"'
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I am not obltg d to f d you a underst dung
Famous hag parties Luberal Parker Prnnts 49
another social worker chvld psychology brudge
addlct Formalsl Do or due'
S muel Johnson
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Excellent Head of Lsbrary Committee always a he p
:ng hand social worker Oh Ive moved you
Tobacco IS a d ty we d I
atnsftes no no l ne d
lnduvudualust future bactertologust Toy Shop
Erme Simon fan Weekly Charter female tenor
H c n best p t who shall feel the most
Member at large to Committee of Four First of a
dynasty The Old Master Palnter tnclustnous and ,
talented dangerous fullback RECORD artlst
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Not ten yoke of oxen
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like a woman s hair
Innocents abroad UI
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There s small smcerlty of marth
And laughter true IS but an art I I.
Debbue smnle for everyone peppy cheerleader
one man gal? C mp us the Iufe for me"
fthe outdoor typej
The human knee IS a lolnt not an entertainment
Bug Bull and his Bug Ford hard worker Co chair
man of Social Commlttee addsct of football from a
-.Q prostrate posltlon Co captain mechanical genius
champion C71 cake baker
But I really cant go to gym
out of uniform scrapbooks
Beneath the rule of men enturely great
The pen IS mlghtner than the sword
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Co Editor of the Weekly Jazz addnct'-'
ever present thermos of mnlk Can tcho write lust one
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as master of man
Gemus does what ut must and talent
does what It can
Ho' Ho' I thank thats gust wonderful ISanta Claus
Marksl Class Presndent staunch supporter of
everything nn snght swnms Ilke a fish sk: expert
too? P S Beware of avalanchesl Assnstant Edutor
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Theres a host born every mmute
Hey Chuck Im upstairs workung on layout er
petual 'A party as what you make It Can tcha
sell another book? Co Editor of the RECORD fneed
we remund you"'D
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The man who smokes acts luke a Samarltan
And speaks luke a sage
Hard working Co Edltor of the Weekly We need
typesetters chimney Now dont be butter
Rogues Gallery In the Shop
Of scnence and logac he chatters
As tune and as fast as he can
Though I am no judge of such matters
Im sure he s a talented man
Docs nemusls Gorlus Ruchard math and physics
genius shoulders Class Treasurer Sulphur
fiend practical C71 loker
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that she can wrap around her httle finger
Lousy wnth brams Come on knds Cheer
literary genius of RECORD perpetual Class Secretary
personallty plus really' my halr Isnt that
Cleopatras nose had at been shorter the whole aspect
of the world would have been altered
Bobble Powder Room Co Head of Socnal Commut
tee V2 Literary gemus of RECORD Ogey
another real addntlon to the class Im less normal
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God forbnd that I should go to any hea en
where there are no horses
R B Cumngham Graham
The Red Menace Parkway for lunch? Class Con
stntutson a threat to Robert s Rules sardonuc sense
of humor Slx Gun Schrad
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hear her IS a tune
know her an mtemperance
nnnocent as June
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mfectnous giggle German Fraulenn Junue Mass
Lyden s dnsclple All Star basketball forward
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And nf I lov d you Wednesday
We hat IS that to you
I do not love you Thursday
So much IS true
case of good ludgem nt
Ed a St Vincent Mlllay
Peppy Cheerleader definite lakes and dnsllkes
sultry songstress happy go lucky Socnal Com
on Latin Fneld St Peter Snup and Snap mlttee advlce to the lovelorn Freshmen
Wag Morning Ex Head Shy? I left my nose
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WENDY WOLFF DONALD YOUNG
lf thou must love
Wt and wisdom are born with a m
Let at be for naught
Except for love s sake Selden
Elizabeth Barret Browning
Head of D A I don' know what Im gomg to do Don Hey ya wanna bet on the parlays this week?
Library Commmee Head 49 parker prmts always late one of the few to survive the 49 foot
good things come ln teensy weensy packages ball season fwall recenve medal soonl
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For several years now we have looked forward
wath maxed feelangs to seeang returnang alumnae To
us they always seemed to be remanascang nostalgac
ally for Parker and an the next breath exclaamang over
the wonders of college Somehow at has always both
ered us to hear them and yet more and more over
the past few months we have been thankang back
over our lafe at Parker and worryang about college
Remember the tame Pratzker locked Schradzke an the
locker? Have you heard from Harvard yet? '
Or the tame Hawley drank all those cokes on the
sophomore weekend? lm goang crazy decadang
what courses to take next year Wall you ever
forget the day we took Meyer s desk?
Snatches of conversataon radang to a fevered patch
as we became aware that a certaan securaty would be
ours no longer As we waated scared and tense for
letters from all parts of the country begannang wnth
"We are pleased to accept you as a member of the
freshman class of 1950 5l "
Some of us wall be glad to leave Parker has not
meant the same to all of us We have been a hetero
genous group wath vaolent lakes and daslakes We have
backered plenty and been petty year after year And
yet on the whole we all lake each other a great deal
For some of us the larger more profound aspects of
Parker have been obscured by the travaal For some
of us the travaal was all we were able to comprehend
and we grew to hate at blamang at on the school not
For all of us though Parker has meant a certaan
basac securaty A securaty wath faults to be sure but
ca securaty an whach a rare freedom of expressaon was
allowed to permat us to remedy these faults Thas secur
aty wall last us through out our laves our struggles to
ward a perfect communaty wall better able us to com
bat the same faults an the larger communaty anto whach
we now emerge
Yes, thas socaety has benefited us all, and an the
future as we grow more obaectave about at, the faults
wall dasappear and we, too, wall loan the ranks of
alumnae who return each year to remnnasce about
the "easy and wonderful lafe at Parker"
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Sensor residents of zero sfudy Don Al Par and Dlckle study drowslly while Schrod snoozes
Ann Chuck Ken June Hawley and Earle pui anoiher nlckel m
A study perlod nn the home room
B Kenworfhy D Fam D Pritzker B Dowdell B Strauss R Ashenhurst and l French take advantage of a Senior privilege
Mrs. Collier hands out the usual 'inexcusable' note to S, Sandel, J. Bloom, B. Goodhurt, L. Horween, B. Hassen and B. Gump
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Wuth the words go back to sleep my llttle ones, Eggert
Meyer sends hls drowsy Juniors to classes each morning By
afternoon we are consuderably more luvely after all we have
a prlze set of blood stauned antlers guardnng our doorway
as a symbol of our strength
We permit no underclassmen to brave the wulds of our
den, oh yes, we are exclusive as Junuors have a rlght to be
Pyromanlacs smoke each other out m the Chem lab
We boastfully lust as prume contrlbutnons, the eflflcuent,
pleasant tea room, and the sparklung alumnae dance We are
besides loyal partlclpants and observers of football basket
ball, and baseball
On the scholastlc side our grade has boosted utself, and
whsle we are learning by domg, we also search for things
mduvudually Our grade room continually resounds with vosces
argumg a polnt an stentoruan tones
But whatever we do wherever we go the class of 51
wall always look back on such thungs as the sacred desk he
eternal chess players, the permanent Zero Study resudent and a
tall flgure nn a lab coat, as mementos of a wonderful year
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So you want to know what the Tenth Grade has done
this year? Well, we can sum it up in about one word . . .
WORK!!! You know those beautiful Christmas decora-
tions? That was some of the Sophomores' handiwork.
And certainly you remember the 330 Club at the Turn-
about! Nobody can say we didn't work on that.
But like every other class, I guess, our greatest occu-
pation was school work We were going to introduce
into Student Government a bill to outlaw all school work
but we didnt think the Faculty would pass it The poor
Faculty' They try so hard to teach us English and Social
but its a losing fight and math but I m afraid there
are very few Einstems in the Sophomore class As or
languages its a wonder the teachers havent given
However we commend them tor their noble efforts Espe
cially Mr Barnes Wed all like to see his head on Mt
Rushmore fplease dont take us literallyl He is a great
gradehead and has helped us more than anyone knows
Well you asked us what we did and here it is
but confidentially it isnt that bad And any way when
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The school year of '49 and '50 started in the usual
uproarious way, with violent class elections. This was
closely followed by the "wrath of the gods," sometimes
known as County Fair. The big day arrived much sooner
than we had planned, and with everything still pretty
well mixed up. However, despite the inevitable confu-
sion the starting time arrived, and it was "Hi Ho! Come
to the fair." We had long hoped to set a new record in
net and gross proceeds, and at the end of that magnifi-
cent day we found our wish gratified.
Soon the Class Social Committee got busy and staged
its first party which went over with a "bang," as next
day's remarks proved. Mr. Ellison was reported to have
said that we were "a most congenial bunch." Glum,
haggard faces revealed the initial impact of first report
cards. Toy Shop, prelude to freedom. Freedom, Christmas
vacation, gloriously taken in by all. Back to the mines!
Midyears, Wow! Dark circles around the eyes disclose
sleepless nights. Second report cards, refer to first. All
were somewhat revived by skating party, minus skates.
Deep winter sets in, Freshmen girls begin mass scoop on
the sale of cut oFf stocking caps. CHundreds soldlj. "The
long theme will consist of about twenty pages. Notes
must be taken first on cards, and then . . . " There must
be an easier way to get an education, take a pill or
something. "Agamemnon" produced. Mid-winter vaca-
tion sets in. Many return to classroom with golden brown
sunburns, mostly acquired with the aid of a sun lamp.
Class meetings in a near riot stage, under a new consti-
tution which was lost, but l believe recovered, and a new
administration which should have gotten lost.
And so this year has come to a glorious close with
our play, "The Lottery," and a very sucessful Freshman
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Friendly Freshmen fraternize in lavish lunchroom.
"Point of order, Mr. President."
Some fellas have all the luck!
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ORCH EST RA
Morning Ex. Comm.
Social Comm Co head
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Student Government has not been crit-
icized as much this year as in former
years. Students say that the powers re-
served for the student body are few,
especially with the faculty having an ab-
solute veto power. However, the main
purpose of a Student Government is to
train the student body to handle aptly
the affairs and situation which arise in a
Democratic Society. Our Student Govern-
ment offers this opportunity.
The assembly under the able leader-
ship of the Executive Committee has
been successful in adding a few more
stones to the foundation of the Govern-
ment These Include the experiment of
abolnshmg cheerleadmg for one year a
new more stable constututlon embraclng
some of the Important understood laws
the Weekly Charter which sets down the
structure of the Student Government
Weekly relatlonshap as well as the skele
ton of the Weekly Itself
The Executlve Commnttee hopes that
succeedmg Student Government organ:
zatlons wlll profit by thus years accom
Wm Aaron Presldent
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Secretary Paul Freehlmg President Em: Mortln and Secretary George Bosch
Wuth the help of the Faculty the student Councll was
started agaln thls year The first quarter of the year was
spent organuznng and layung the foundation We formed
a Constntutnon and elected members About February we
really started doung thnngs such as forming a Dramatic
Assocuatuon for the Lower School
ln our oplnlon the idea of having a Student Council
as excellent first ut helps prepare a student for Student
Government by teaching hum to cooperate organuze
and generally become more mature second nt gnves hum
the opportunity to assume and dlscharge responslbullty
This year we have been extremely successful IH both
these respects lt as especially pleasing that there ns such
complete democracy nn the Council The representatives
of the Thnrd Grade speak as much and as nntellngently as
those In the Elghth
We would like to take thus opportunnty to thank our
faculty advlsers Mrs Schonfeld and Mass Greenebaum
for thenr much needed asslstance We would also luke to
thank the Grade Head assnstants and Miss Wllson for
their help and crltlclsm
We ar looking forward to an even better Student
Council next year wnth the hope that future members
can do as good a 'ob as thelr 1949 50 predecessors
Erac Martnn President Student Council
Engrossed students take an active part ln their Student Councll
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Last fall the Slxth Grade declded that the
Lower School needed a publlcatlon of nts own
and that we wanted to prlnt one First we bought
our own prlntnng machine with money from our
grade fund, and three parents donated type
writers for our use We elected grade edutors
column edutors, a business manager a prlntlng
manager Cwho wasnt really elected he lust
walked into the lob'J and of course an Edutor
an chief We decided to publlsh monthly and we
figured that a cost of ten cents a copy would
cover our prmtung expenses One lnttle boy asked
us why The Parkerlte costs ten cents when the
Tribune costs four Any one of the Slxth grade
could answer that of course The Parkernte ns
e Parkernte prmts poems, stones drawmgs,
and puzzles done by students from the Klnder
garten through Grade 8 In thus nts first year,
each Issue had about mne pages and we sold
between 170 and 180 copies each month In
February we put out our first EXTRA one page
whuch was put on sale an two hours ln March
wnth the help of Mrs Holabird we dad a Morn
mg Ex called The Blrth of a Newspaper
The current Fafth Grade IS very excited be
cause they are taking over the Parkerute next
year We have enloyed very much our work on
the Lower School paper thus year ln spate of all
the troubles and messes we have gotten unto
and we hope The Parkerute has many successful
years ahead of It
Edttor In Chief
Staff Members Erm Faherty lynn McGumn Paul Armento Annu Rueben .Ian West Peter Corcoran
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Vol 39 330 Webster Avenue Chicago 14 Illinois No X
WEEKLY GELEBRATES 39 TH ANNIVERSARY
The Allllfllll are lIlVdlllflg the st hoo
like Ihr ll es We find lt hard to get
to tlass m three minutes as is hut when
we re m constant terror of bemg run over
by the Forelgnl eglon lt sa small wonder
lf we nuke lt on time for the homework
tsslgnnlent We found these preeautlons
helpful last year and would like to pas
them on to you 1 Don t feed alnmnl
they lute 2 bpeak to them 1n a low,
awesome voue be as ohsequlous as pos
sible and lfyou re lucky, they may speak
to vou Nc ver never, never remmd them
of thelr days at Parker they were but
mere ehlldren then All By all means
dont get too close to an alumnus Von
newer know what they xe got
Over the last ten months the WEEKLY
has had many accompllshments as well as
its share of misfortunes At the end of the
summer a few ambitious and energetlc
students managed to pamt the walls, cell
mg, eabmets, and clock Very soon after
that the floor was covered w1th hnoleum
and with the addltlon of a few chalrs, slgns,
plctures, and a radlo the shop was gener
ally made more comfortable mentally
and physleally Out of our hmlted budget
we pun hased or salvaged mueh permanent
equlpment such as type, furniture brush
es and other pfllltlllg equipment Durlng
all thls work we manaffed to put out a
llllITllJf'I'0f1Sbll6S of the WEEKLY mclud
mv 8 consecutive ones
Everythmv though did not seem to
run is smoothly and at the time of their
ou urence the misfortunes seemed terrlble
althouvh thev now seem amnsmg One
another tlme the shop was broken into
and an almost completed ISSUC was de
stroyed lt seemed to happen perpetually
that after the paper was all ready to be
prlnted the type would mahuously drop
out at midnight Our personal eomfont dis
appeared wlth seorehmg heat, freezing
cold, a laek of water, blown fuses and
many other SllTllldI'tll'slOl11fOI'lS How many
hours were spent ln teaching people to dls
tribute type IS not known but even so we
ended up mth such gems as lower ass
men But through ll all we had fun and
wc hope next year s staff has just as muth
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THE PARKER WEEKLX 1 publxshed
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That Iam graduatmg Lmda Horween
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Students Take Study Halls
Da1ly Mormng Exerc1ses
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EDITORS IN CHIEF
DONALD PRITZKER and CHUCK FRANKEL
Business Manage R Elden Co Literary Edtor B Strauss Assistant Edto K Ma ks layout Edto
I. Dettmes Coltea y Ed to 5 Sandel Circulation Manage A Bel Absent At Ed tor J Kear s
W. Aaron S Friedman
P Davies J Friend
M. Davies B Gump
N Delacey E Halperin
We have endeavored to introduce some new ideas un
the i950 Record We hope that you like The Record, and
will treasure it as a pleasant reminder of thus year at
We wish to express our deep appreciation to John
Holabird, our advisor, H Lueblnng, Senior Photographer,
H Johnson, Class Photographer, Greenlee Co, Record
Publisher, Trl Lune Products Inc , Producers of the Cover,
H Hunter C Schradzke
E Mamn L Strauss
P sawyier M Tompkins
J Weber, who assisted us IH Circulation, E Weiss, for
the use of his enlarger, The Weekly, for helping us nn
the productuon of several pages, A N Pritzker, for the
use of has home when compiling the Record, and to the
Faculty without whose and thus book never would have
Chuck Frankel and Don Pritzker
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h t th football season was a complete success
lt would be foolish to soy t a e
this year, although it was certainly not a season to remember in terms of scores,
etc. lt was, nevertheless, enioyed by many, and there are certain memories that
the boys will never forget: L. Dettmers - High scorer of team, 6 points, B. Kemp
- One-half season spent on field, one-half season on crutches, D. Pritzker's
unusual ability as fullback, N. Delacey - Veteran, although never got on field
because of hot appendix, K. Wagner - Better known as "Gimme the ball"
busted nose in the first game, P. Ballis - Played splendidly in pre-season prac-
tice, broke ankle in first game, K. Marks - Fought rough battle with dummy
. . . lost . . . result? One broken shoulder, T. Weinrott - Run in with alumni,
broken nose ensued, J. Friend - John's championship team . . . next year,
B. Pfaelzer - Busy understudy. "Don, how's your health?", D. Elden - Victim
of Dettmer's block . . . broken ankle, J. Fogelson - Big disappointment . . .
never got a chance to break any opponents' bones, W. Clif - Tisket-a-tasket,
get this boy a basket, B. Aaron - Has a friend named Charlie Horse, D. Young
oe on and one shoe . . . ?, P Patch - Oh, where oh where, could
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Preston be?, A. Doe - Dirty Pants?, P. Fristrom - Only starter who didn't make
a tackle all season, L. French - Little experience, little play. Busted ankle, J.
McCall - President of B.K.A .... Bum Knee Association, C. Marquez will get
his chance at that dirty player next year, B. Dowdell - Tribune pet. Ace Camera
ham R Roetter Weak ankle but strong part of line W Goodhart ron
Man One of the few who remained whole B Negronida W
conclusion we would like to express our gratitude to Barney who stuck
with us to the bitter end and wish him and the team next year all the success
both in scores and hope the tl'tlUI'IeS will be held to a minimum
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lefi fo rughf Bock row Coach Conley Roth Dramxom Kner Kalom Meme Schaps, Lee, McGill,
Middle row P Freehlmg Kenms Gunn CoN'e Coach Larson Negron da Shuflon Schworh Walersfeln
Standmg A Doe J Frlend W Aaron W Kemp B Thorsen D Young
Kneeling R Freeman K Wagner D Pritzker E Nukane
Absent N Delacey l Dettmers
Parker's 1950 heavyweight basketball season was
none too successful A lack of experlence and practnce
faculltles proved fatal to the teams hopes Although we
won only one game there were several things of which
we can be proud throwing the Alumm around the court
and then only losmg by a single ponnt playing a bang
up game agamst Harvard who placed second In the
tournament bemg on the wrong end of a league record
but never qunttmg slaughtermg U hugh to the tune of
39 to 35 gnvmg Latm a bloody tight and lust losmg
by one basket commg closer to beating North Park than
any team In the touranment
The team tried to overcome the lack of henght wnth
spnrlt and tight and succeeded In always putting on a
We slncerely hope that Coach and next years team
employ the use of many pre season practice games and
better facnlltles In brlngmg about a vlctorlous season
Bull Aaron Captain
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Parkers B team of 1949 50 has not only had a good basketball season
statustlcally but also a very successful year ln terms of acqumng knowledge
Barney has been an excellent coach He has made the sport a lot of fun
but also has had the team take the games seriously Every player mspured by
Barneys pre game pep talks fought hls hardest
The Prlvate School League was exceptionally rough thus year Although
we lost only three out of ten games we placed fourth In the league standings
The teams looks forward to next years season with hopes that It wall be
as much of a success as thus years
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Second row P F eehl ng T Cott e S Deutch K Ste n E Lassers W Freehl ng
Th rd row K Fr end G Abrams L Dan g M Wallerste n G W lker T Kayser
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HALF AND HALF
The C team nn basketball has two teams the Seventh
and the Eighth Grades The games are played as double
headers the Seventh playmg the flrst game and the
Enghth playmg the second The season consusted of three
games for each team Furst we played Todd then Har
vard and finished the schedule by playmg Latm The
Enghth Grade team was more successful than the Seventh
wmnmg two of theur three games whsle the Seventh won
one game On the whole the season was very successful
and the team wushes to thank Coach Gerry Larson for
helpung to make thus posssble
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Second row S Schwartz B Oppenhelmer D Cohen M Kearns N Kasper P Davas P Freehlmg
Thurd row - S Deutsch L Danzng M McGunnn K Fnend G Walker E Lassen K Stem T Kayser
At last Parker femmes have come unto theur own After long years of practuce and unturung effort fWell effort
anywayl the Senuor Varsuty managed to wun a hockey game Both th J V and Varsuty beat Latun but lost to North Shore
The Senuors were vuctoruous un the untermurals after comung up from last place last year Blue and Whute and All Star
games had to be postponed untul the sprung
We were able to have more practuces by usung a grass field un Luncoln Park whuch was larger and better to play on
than our own West Fueld Needless to say the lack of buts of glass and varuous suzes of pebbles helped us to umprove our
playung and thus wun the game wuth Latun
not enturely besmurched by the redeemung fact that the Junuor Varsuty team won Luttle mentuon wull be made of the Latun
games whuch were lost by ghastly scores
On the whole however l thunk the gurls played very well consuderung the fact that the rules were changed every
tume they played the game Also un the second game they were greatly handucaped by an unfamuluar gym Interest was
stumulated a lot by the new rule provudung for the use of the unlumuted drubble and gurls basketball us finally beung raused
to the level of the boys for thrulls and last munute surpruses
Other accomplushments of the year were the 2nd annual Stagette a pucnuc for the letter club and an enlarged
baseball program uncludung untermurals
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Why arent we wlnnlng Conch? A lyplcul scene In 'he locker room durnng the half
We've go! the pep?"
Cheerleaders A. Schwariz, D. Keefe, S. Sandel and A. Willner lead the crowd on io victory.
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A little more than lain und less than kind - Hamlet
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as given by several of the Eleventh Grade members.
McGill breaks thorugh Harvard line for a 'first and tenl'
Schroeder and Oestreicher racing for a goal.
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C team back Walker sweeps end for a lung gain
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Dettmers picks up yardage with the help of able blocking
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Dick Freeman and Lois Checkers in Pleasant Journey from Trenfon fo Cumdenf'
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COUNTY FAIR COMMITTEE lleft to rightj E. Muelhoefer, T. Frankel,
L. Kauffman, J. Weber, M. Davis, G. Sokolec, A. Kner
Pony rides ore one of the highlights of the "Just watch me pull a rabbit out of this!"
,sk This year's County Fair, as always, went over
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Grade's Tea Room which had
magnificently with all past records being broken
in the "money collected department." The gross
receipts were 570359. And after expenses were
deducted the net profit totaled 547990.
The leading concessions included the Eleventh
a net profit of
approximately 560. The Eighth Grade Plays and
Sophomore's Chinese Auction, however, were a
close second, both having slightly over 555. In
the forty dollar bracket we find the Senior's Doll
House Rafiel, and Hot Dog Stand, the Fifth
Grade's Tafiey Apple Stand and Candy Conces-
All totaled it was a marvelous Fair which the
class of '53 immensly enioyed putting on! It was
a thrill and a pleasure to have the iob of Chief
Executive in such a successful "business" venture.
"Do I hear five? . . . Sold to the gent in the
Senior service with u "smile'.'
front raw!" Maxwell Street
moves to Parker.
The work began as Barney bnefed the Senlor
Class on the functions of Toy Shop Committees
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TOY SHOP COMMITTEE Cleft to nghtl B Kemp K Marks P Balhs
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Meanwhile, down in the Shop, industrious . . . And in the South Gym the girls were busy . . . Completeing games and puzzles
workers were building new toys . . . sewing doll clothes, or . . .
We feel that this year's Toy Shop was a success from
all stand points. Students, faculty, parents and
friends of the school all played an important part
in making Toy Shop one of the most outstanding in
Parker's history. We not only helped the settlement
house to put a smile on a youngster's face, but found
that it was fun to make the toys and even more fun
to give them. The spirit was one of cooperation and
cheerfulness. We would like to take this opportunity
to thank all those who worked to make Toy Shop
what it was.
The parents come one night and . . ln return the students provided
displayed their hidden talents . . . refreshments and . . .
Christmas carols. When the excitement of
Parent's Night had died down
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Book Department . . . . . . The scrap books were finally assembled . . . exhibition
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Mother, can I go out tonight?" "The Birth of a Newspaper."
Eat, drink and be merry.
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The waitresses engoyed the Stag almost as much as the men and boys dld
The Sllver Annnversary edltnon of the annual Parker
Stag went off gloriously on March 31st Flrst on the star
studed program was a delectable meal served by the
very charmnng Junuor and Sensor Parkerettes After all
had had thelr fill and then some the feature part of the
evening got under way It started wnth communuty sung
mg thus was followed by a faculty student sklt the hllar
nous Day at the Football Game The now famous Parker
The Parker band was on hand to add a muslcal touch
band was on hand to add a musncal touch
The tradmonal maglclan followed wuth has extremely
clever act Coach Long gave out the athletnc letters In
record tume after whnch Leon Hart Americas number
one athlete took the spotlught Notre Dames end coach
John Druse concluded the speaklng part of the program
The program came to a grand close with the tradutnonal
movies and everyone went home happy
An hour m A Day at the Football Game
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