Franklin School - Franklinite Yearbook (New York City, NY)

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5 f l..k1-:ff A c -t X U0 U we i N x . ,.,,---,e ..-H me g'alzLAnife FRANKLIN SCHGOL 18-20 West 89th Street New York 24, N. Y. .............-v-- TABLE OF CONTENTS Tabla de Materias Table de Matiere Page DEDICATION .................. .v.... 3 GRADUATING CLASS ......,.,,......,. ...... 6 EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES ............ 23 ATHLETICS ......,...............,.......,.. ...... 3 6 FUTURE GRADUATES ,,,,.. .,.... 4 6 OUTSIDE ACTIVITIES ...... ...... 5 1 THE FUNNIES ....,...... ...... 5 7 THE FACULTY ....... ...... 6 2 THE CALENDAR ,...,., ...... 6 4 HONORS ............. .....w 6 7 PATRONS ...... ..---. 6 3 THE ADMINISTRATION Conseil d'Administration La Administracicfn Z f A MESSAGE FROM THE SECRETARY-GENERAL 1 Message du Secretaire General Un Mensaie del Secretario General X- l commend you on your choice of a theme, since the United Nations will play such an important role in the world of your adult life. I know that I speak for the entire faculty in wishing the graduating class a most successful future. Your group has the potential for de- veloping many outstanding leaders in the world of tomorrow. Your mentors hope that you will continue to visit Franklin School in the years to come and to enrich the many friendships started in high school. Good Luck, Class of 1959! S---N 111675 2 f? ,411 DR RUSSELL J ELLIOTT Throughout our four years sn the Franklsn Hsgh School our class has had a long and valuable asso csatson wsth Dr Ellsott who thss last year was our home room teacher In our freshman year Dr Ellsott taught us World Hsstory and Publsc Speaksng In addstson to besng sn charge of the celebratson of the 250th Annsversary of the bsrth of Bensamsn Franklsn he was the faculty advssor of Franklsns members of the Rsverssde Nesghborhood Assembly Youth Group Dr Ellsott also that year revsved the Debatsng Socsety whsch was made up predoms nately of freshmen As sophomores we attended classes under Dr Ellsott sn Publsc Speaksng and Modern European Hsstory as well as sn a new Typsng course Bessdes besng contsnually actsve sn the R N A organszatson Dr Ellsott accompansed a group of sophomores to Bermuda dursng the Sprsng Vacotson and traveled frequently wsth the Debatsng Team to upstate New York Debatsng League tournaments and the Valley Forge Debatsng Tournament as faculty advssor and coach Dr Ellsott snstructed our sunsor class sn Amerscan Hsstory and sn Government He acted as the faculty advssor of our successful Junsor Prom at the Tavern on the Green of the newly sntroduced Natsonal Honor Socsety chapter of the Debatsng Team whsch entered the New York prsvate school league and of the Rsverssde Nesghborhood Assembly of whsch he was elected Secretary Thss past year our sensor year our class per haps partscspated sn the most courses and extra currsculcsr actsvstses wsth Dr Ellsott We studsed sn hss courses on Socsology Problems of Amerscan Democracy and Mussc and Art We took trsps wsth hsm to the perennsal debatsng grounds upper New York State and Valley Forge to the New York Yacht Club to Town Hall to hear Ssr Thomas Bee In addstson Dr Ellsott was faculty advssor of thss yearbook compsled by the Sensor Class of a most successful Sensor Prom at the Waldorf of the Debatsng Team of the Honor Socsety and of the Rsverssde Nesghborhood Assembly Perhaps most sm portant of all Dr Ellsott accompansed a group of fsve Sensor boys to the East Coast Model Unsted Natsons at Brown Unsverssty where Franklsn repre sented the natsons of Argentsna and the Domsnscan Republsc Just recently Dr Ellsott recesved the Freedom Foundatsons Award for Outstandsng Teachsng a cstotson and a medal Because of thss rschly de served honor and because of hss four years as con stant advssor and frsend to the sensor class we gratefully dedscate thss yearbook to hsm Q ' 1 ,l K3 f Y l . I Q . . . , . a a 1 I - . . . , . I . . , . , I . . . I 1 . ' r ' . cham and to the United Nations Festival of Art. 1 ' ' ' . I . . ' . I . 1 . I I I ' ' ' . , I . . , . . . I 1 A 1 n Q SENIORS LesAin1Q Q 1,W1 'Ef Los Bochilleres Y .: A K, -,--. .1 r.. V, Im. , ru . ,. ,x .5 ' v .-.B "Human Righ1s" and "The Tree of Peace" Courfesy of UNICEF Greeiing Card Fund ri 5 I of ' v .1' di ' if 'gr ,Q 3 ' ,Ay fp Y 5.1 J., A 5:1541 15.1 5 ,P ug.. K ii, 'A W C I ,- P . , , -4 'Q f I ' ,df F.-sf" E ,g A V ji 4 ,454 . c. I f r f W I I " ' :Q -'T-5"-Vgy 7' '.'af.,.x. , V . , Q -- : , . 1 . m-4 -.. ., f'--,..,, ,V - ' K ,lf , 2 L3VQ?Q,1?,. f7 ':g:5--N hx-in A k'1'ITLQCt'.,, '- M- :K fy' I I. :z :m,.qfg.vg5+,45, 1l 1"u., f1'f:1 T ', ' ' Y gf' , f'f,'A?HL-Q-4' 'f.-tuf'Q ,4-1 -A ,, K A M in ,, Q' ' 1 ff' 'f 3 ':. 'ha ,A Lrg: iii' , -.. ,,4 , .. ,. -.-...' . - ., ,NA ' .- .- in-1. I-fm..A-...f.., N- .1 ' 1 'S ,X ., 2 L'-2 1' x '.f..5'?:J' ,, A.:MJf"'- -- V ".,- flsyfh .lr-M45 -.' 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THE SECURITY COUNCIL Conseul de Surete El Conselo de Segurndad L BEAT :mm sxxofam IN WQHARES two lHlHl Xl tv ,,,w fc ,Qkg wxztvm van: x 111, U IN PR RD ACAlNNl ' Y l AQN R ANN WL If Steven P Almansn 139 E 19th St Joel Baker 241 W 97th St Andrew P Best 320 W 86th St James A Best 320 W 86th St Steven Breslow 184 20 Cambrudg oa am Mlchael Femstenn 330 E 79th St Charles Gelfand 235 E 22nd St John R Goldman 40 West 72nd St Gary J Greenberg 277 W E A Henry Haynes 260 W E A Alan P Jacobs 336 W E A Errol S Kent 50 W 182nd St Bronx Robert Klenn, 75 C PW Steven Levey 310 W 72nd St Peter S Lllnenthol 175 11 Mayfield Rd Jam Rnchard Lobel 239 C P W Jose Poces 454 Ft Wash Ave Alan S Rau 110 W 86th St Ronald Reumsch 6914 Fleet St F H Harvey Salamon 440 W E A Vuctor L Simpson 203 Y 90 St Lester Taube 27 W 72nd St Manuel Trulmclc 440 W E A Robert Walsey 4915 Broadway Ronald Wurtzburger 239 C P W ...rar JOEL BAKER As large as life and lwlce as nalural Carrol Soccer Varsnty l 3 4 Jumor Varsnty Basketball 1 2 Basketball Varsuty 3 4 Baseball Varsity 3 4 Current Events Club l 2 Dromatucs Club Secretary Treasurer 3 Student Councul Representatnve 2 Rsverslde Nenghborhood Assembly 3 Chess Club 4 Service Squad 1 2 STEVEN P ALMANSI If life had a second edmon how I would correct the proofs Clare Soccer Varsity 3 4 Baseball Varssty 3 4 Scuence Club 3 4 Presadent 4 Rnversude Neaghborhood As sembly 3 Vnce President Student Council 4 mf?-w 'W W Wi, ANDREW P BEST Happiness was born a twm Byron Basketball Varsity 3 Tennns Team 3 Journalusm Club 3 Chess and Checkers Club 4 Staff Red and Blue 4 ARNOLD BARKMAN l think therefore I am Descartes Servlce Squad 1 2 3 Current Events Club 1 Math Club 2 Debatlng Club 3 Science Club 4 Saluta toruan 4 Honor Society 3 4 Photographer of Year book 4 Soccer Team 4 JAMES A BEST Moderahon fhe noblest gnfl of Heaven Eurapedes Tenms Team 3 Newspaper Staff 3 Journalnsm Club 3 Dramahcs Club 3 Office Squad 3 4 Chess and Checkers Club 4 :QE hm fr so l sTEveN sREsLow Why rs lf no one has ever sen? me yef one per fecllrmousrne Sluplon Newspaper Staff 3- Varsity Soccer 3 4- Science Club 3 4. CHARLES GELFAND The silence often of pure mnocence persuades when spealung falls" Shakespeare Current Events Club l, 2, 3, Red and Blue 3, Crea tnve Wntmg Club 4 MICHAEL FEINSTEIN My Idea of an agreeable person IS a person who agrees with me Dasraela rent Events Club 1 2 Scuence Club 3 4 Varsuty Basketball 3 4 RNA l 2 3 Honor Socnety 4 Newspaper Staff 3 l ll ' ' I l A . ,,-Q . . Student Council 'l, 2, 4, Soccer Team 1, 3, 4, Cur- , : ' , z ' , 1 , , 2 1 ll ' ' JOHN R GOLDMAN Lrfe IS lust one damned thmg after another OMalley Varsuty Basketball I 2 3 4 Varslty Baseball 'I 2 3 4 Varsnty Soccer 'I 3 4 Current Events Club 1 Math Club 2 RNA l 2 Servnce uad l Secretary of Class 4 Chess and Checkers Club 4 A GARY J GREENBERG ln argumg too he own d his sklll For e en though vanquished he could argue shll Goldsm1th Varsnty Debatung 2 3 4 Student Councul Rep 1 Newspaper Staff l 2 3 Varsnty Soccer 3 4 Class Prophecy 4 Honor Socnety 3 4 Student Councnl Ch Constntutuonal Comm 4 Red and Blue Edutor 3 Scholarship Banner 1 2 S ll ' ' ' ' Il I 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 1 I I 1 1 1 Sq 1 5 . A 4.4 A I I ' Q 159' . 3, ' K' '1 MVA Ag . A A V s Il ' I ' ' I I I . . ,, . I .. I 1 1 I - I :tif 1 1 I 1 1 X ,nj . . I 1 I 1 - f I I , . ALAN P JACOBS Absence makes the heart grow fonder Bayley Dcbatmg Club 2 3 RNA 2 Red and Blue Edntor 2 3 Current Events Club 2 Presudent of Semor Class 4 Vnce Presndent of Scuence Club 4 Secretary of Student Council 3 Newspaper 3 HENRY HAYNES How to wan frrends and Influence people Carnegre Varsuty Basketball 3 4 RNA l 2 Softball Team 2 Current Events Club 2 Drama Club 3 Newspaper 3 if Il - - . H , : , 1 1 I 7 . it 'Q 28- f ll Il f I 7 I I I 1 - : ' 1 - X l l ' f as Q i. Ma- l 5 2 .--1 , , A 5- M.. -.-C gf Q x i Lwwsw, , L .72 "Q r., ERROL S. KENT "You call it a waste of time, this taste for popular tunes Carleton Varsnty Basketball l 2 3 Baseball 2 Scuence Club l 3 Current Events Club 2 Chess Club 4 Vlce Presndent of Class 2 r,:'-,iii at Gulf 'WJ- ROBERT KLEIN As mnocent as a new lard egg Grlbert Soccer Team 'l Scnence Clubl 3 RNA 1 2 Serv :ce Squad l 3 JV Basketball 2 Tenms 2 Math Club 2 Treasurer of Scnence Club 4 Chanrman of ISC for Franklnn School 4 Secretary of Student Councnl 4 WFBS 4 ll 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 5 - , n .K 1 qt 1 f' 11 - - 11 - I 1 I 1 I ' 1 l ' ' l l F I . . . I 7 . . . . . 84 PETER S LILIENTHAL A great nose indicates a great man Rostan Varsity Tennis 2 4 Math Club 2 Editorial Staff Re ond Blue 2 News Editor of Newspaper 3 Varsity Soccer 3 4 Debating Team 3 4 Editor an Chief of Yearbook 4 Honor Society President 4 Honor So ciety 3 4 STEVEN LEVEY "The Eternal Feminine draws us on"-Goethe Varsity Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 1, Secretary of School lp Vice- President of School 3, RNA l, 2, 3, 4, Journalism Club 1 Current Events Club 2 Dromatics Club 3 Glee Club 4 1 1 1 Y A ix-A i J Il " ll d 'G ,1 1 ,d 1 1 ,1 ,1 -- 1 1 ' ,. of ZX UU! RICHARD LOBEL History IS bunk Henry Ford Varsnty Debatung 2 3 4 Journalism Club 'l Treas urer of Student Councnl 4 Servnce Squad 1 2 Yearbook Assnstant 4 WFBS 4 .IV Basketball 2 JV Softball 2 Franklm Press 3 ll T' 'N JOSE POCES Spam where most of my youth was passed Howells Scnence Club Secretary 4 Glee Club 4 Schools Poster Desngner 3 4 Contnbutnon to Red and Blue 3 4 Dance Commnttee4 6' xi ll ' ' ll 1 1 I I ' I I I I I - - I . . j . N 'f,-,.'fiQgg.,' ' ' V. 'L' -Q 'Lily' I , I ' " ffairlffix ,l5f'l' 17L I " 71' ' ' li" ll ' ll I ' o n I I I I I 1 I - RONALD REINISCH The mght has a thousand eyes Bowdllhon Tennus I 2 Office Squad 1 2 3 Varsaty Soccer 1 3 4 Debatmg Teaml 2 RNAl 2 Newspaper 3 ALAN S RAU I am m earnest And I will be heard Garrison Edntonal Staff Newspaper 3 Edntornal Staff Red and Blue 2 Varsuty Basketball Manager 2 Honor So cnety 3 4 Co Chanrman Youth Group RNA 3 4 Varsaty Soccer 3 Edutornn Chnef of Yearbook 4 Valednctornan 4 Gold Medal Valley Forge Inter State Debate Tournament 4 it 2 .. ll ' ' ll I F I ' r F ' 1 I : - - 2 I 1 ' I ,N ll ' I, I l I f , , 1 , ' ' I 7 1 I . , --4 . .K , i A -4 . we--4 I 'S . ,,, . .. , 1. 5 AJ- I -. " ' Z7".7- ,V-1 HARVEY SALAMON Beware fhe fury of a pahenl man Dryden Debahng Team 1 2 RNA l 2 Student Councnl 3 S ccer Team l 3 4 Baseball l 2 3 4 Tenms Team 2 3 Chaurman of Socual Comm 3 Honor Socnety 3 4 Newspaper 3 Glee Club 4 iw? VICTOR SIMPSON The Vlcfor as he who can go ff alone Saxe Tenms Team 3 Honor Socnety 3 Debahng Team 3 4 Softball Team 3 Newspaper 3 Red and Blue 3 mf f xv-uf, .5 Af A v , x ' 7'6- rse 3 'v " r ! 7 "' - 1, , - f A . ll ' ll I I I I I 0 1 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 f -I P 1 I I - I - ,f A r wb'- - - ASW' ,W I .L . W. , at er - Q I 5 - f' .14 -. A ' v ' -1 : . . f . . .D Q , I, H - - Q u . 7 7 , : 2 1 14 'T MANUEL TRILNICK A fmger ln every p1e Cervantes Varsuty Debatmg I 2 3 4 Presudent of School 4 Varslty Soccer l 3 4 Varsity Basketball 3 4 Varsuty Tenms 3 4 Class Hnstornan 4 Honor Socuety 3 4 Alumm Cup 2 Doob Cup 3 LESTER TAUBE I had a pleasant tlme wrth my mind for lt was happy Alcott Current Events Club l 2 RNA l 2 3 Servnce Squad l 2 3 Varsuty Basketball 3 4 Student Councnl l 3 4 Varsnty Baseball 2 Newspaper Staff 3 Scsence Club 3 4 Chess and Checkers Club 4 ll . . . . 1 ll 1 I 1 1 I I I I 1 I 1 1 I I I 1 I , 5, QV' ll - - - 11- 1 1 1 I I 1 1 I I I 1 I I 1 I I ' ROBERT WALSEY "Go west, young man"-Greeley Tennis l, 2: RNA l, 2, 3j Service Squad l, 25 Cur- rent Events Club 2y Newspaper 35 Library Club 35 Russian Club, President 4. 'Eb- RONALD WURTZBURGER l consider your conduct unethical and lousy John McDermott Varsity Basketballl 2 3 4 Varsity Baseballl 2 Journalism Club President 3 Newspaper Business Manager 3 Social Committee l 2 Tennis Team I RN 1 2 3 l 3, 41 Varsity Soccer, lj 3: 42 Student Council 2: 42 A I I I. I I I . tm C fling for the d 1 Ready Pre-dance pc ty. W I pa K if Q it U Good beginning for a wonderful evening. 1 SENIORS 5 Les Aines Los Bachilleres , DEPARTMENTAL RECEPTION Reception de Section Recepcion Departmental W v 'if X Ji.. SM X f, f ,rv N f ff: " "'- -,W,,,.'f , ,,,fw... ygi M, H xii an Jw , K, ,WT 1 ,. K .H ,Mr wel -' N .f ff xv , if Q if 31 bib ,a Q ,E 3 'fi 455 ' ' fi i ' 'y 2 X W 3' 5, E , 5 fa 5' 5 H 7 K -. ,R -I I: Y, Q, -A .QQ 3 , A ' 'pei ,, Q 4 2 arf Y Y 5 X ' ' , gg' A :ww '2 . f' 1 ' if 3 .A bk TM, 1 ,K E", ,nf ' D 1 Y' fx Q' FM .' 1' . fig , ,A .- r , 4 A .' , . yuix- N F ,W ng?f,: k , 5,3 qi, A ,, . A H. A, -,ww Q f ' . 1' -5.1" 1 Wy ,. , -K I QV, I Q , - 2 K """'+"PzW V + gi, Ill!! Nynqgm AMYJIH Hip, , . , 1 . 'lhlll 1 xxvamxuxuxm un prawn WSH? E' 2 wmsanrggivzf IWW nn.-.ua-v --., , N A .f W. . ,V,..,m.wWMM-----::.--":4 xg:-.Q-utr xx, ,W kwin! U X . ifmm.'.w " 2 'M .746 3399156 24 X , LAWYERS FOR THE UNITED NATIONS Abogados para las Naclones Unudas Avocats pour les Natlons Umes Suxty debates In one academic season' That ns the record for our champuonshup team shown above Rangung from upstate New York to the southern area of Pennslyvama the team travelled several thousand mules Members of the Eastern New York Debatnng League the New York Forensuc League the Amencan Forensnc League the Inter scholastnc Debatmg League of Greater New York and the Eastern Speech Assocnatuon the group went outsnde of these regular tournaments to enter such nnvutatnonal tournaments as New York Umversuty Snenna College Temple Unnversnty Valley Forge Mnlntary Academy as well as debatmg md: vndually wnth other Independent schools The hnghest honor earned by the team thus year was the captunng of second place In the Eastern States Debatmg Tournament at Valley Forge At thus tournament Alan Rau won a gold medal as the best speaker Thus and other awards won by the team are on the opposnte page 25 L.......... r'...."l:.'.."l 'N-Q-me Ill 'Q -N V an-canal - ,..,.s..4. , I M ,, . 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' "T ' INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE Cour Internationale de Justice La Corte Internacional de Justlca The extremely actnve 19581959 Student Councsl undertook a great many um portant actions the fnrst of these beung the re wntmg of the school constntutuon Under the faculty advnsor Mr Kung the Councul also dustnbuted GO cards to the students dnstrnbuted Varsnty sweaters and through nts Socual Committee sponsored two very successful dances The O flcers o the Court COMMITTEE OF EXPERTS Comlte des Experts Comnte de Expertos Officers of the Committee Q l The Natnonal Honor Socnety as composed of members of the school who have both the approval of the faculty and an average of 85W or above The othcers for the hrst semester of the T958 59 year were Presudent Peter Lnllenthal Secretary Gary Greenberg and the Treasurer Make Fennsteun Completnng the year were Pres: dent Bruce Topman Vtce Presndent Davnd Armel and the Secretary Treasurer Steve Pneczemck INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC ENERGY AGENCY Agence Internatnonal de lEnergle Atomnque Agencla de Energia Atomlca lnternaclonal Pres dent Almans and Treas er Kle co duct an exper men! for the other members of the club Newest prolect of the Scnence Club was the Scuence Newsletter ednted by Lynne Kohn and Lnnda Barnett Varnous experlments have been performed under the adrout Ieadershnp of Mr Enc Carson Indnvndual members of the club made reports to the club The year terminated wnth a trup to the IBM plant S X K , y . . X ' 1 i I ur in n i . I ' I 3 ' I I , i . . I I 5 f ., f ' 1 If 4' Y , Y, E 1' 5 . I x til I ' - 11 - u - I V ' 'NJA S. Li t. ,yt I f KJ Staff of the Department FRANKLIN PRESS Publzshed four nmes a wear bv The Qtudentv nt Franhlm qchool I8 Wes! 80th Qrreel 'Nea Iorh Editor ln Chze CLAIRE CQWAN Assocrate Edzzors Anim ur POC! FR Nlmru N NCHORF Photography BRUCE TOPNI AN Reporters GELFAND GROSSMAN, HOEXTER JACOBS IFJ JACOBSIRI LICHTFINSTEIN NFNISER RATHF Snow SHFRNOFF TRILNICII WEINSTEINIDI Advzser ELIZABETH X ouxr In The Creatne Wrltlng Club IINIICS puprls to contrl bute artlcles of lnterest to our newspaper readers DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INFORMATION Servlce de Ilnformatlon Pubhque Departamento de Informaclon Publsca i The Creahve Wrltmg Club under the Ieadershlp of Mrs Ehzabeth Youman has done much thus year to contrnbute to the success of the school newspaper The Franklun Press Worknng closely wnth Mrs Youman was the Edntor Claire Cowan and her Co Editors Adruenne Fogler and Marnlyn Schore Bruce Topman assnsted with photography I-XII 1959 THE RED AND BLLE FRANKLIN bCI'IO0I. Lx-Iposxum and Art Work uwer Edzool Ihgh N-Jnol I I- . . . 'T' I I A . A I If '- . ,' I V . , . - .. . I I I - . 1,, - -W . f 3 . A . .. ,. . . . . . I A' 9 - 1 . I S - , Y - - , X, . I , . .L , , ,, . . . . If . v p v v I ,r ,N . . , . . , . . . -3- . Y . , . . vi 1 s f ,. Ai g - kj I 'J V , 9 -, ,- I I I T' 4. 'r 4. 2 if , r .-, il oe T 'A "' t' 1 I s.,..-.,r V , , - .5,.' . ' N S' I O .l Volume ' Jung, I . A4 T I ll ' ll , . l . . , Creatxve Wrxnxng . ' ' b of I I br I I I md SOCIAL AND CULTURAL COMMISSION Commlsarlaf Culturel ef Social Comlslon Soclal y Cultural One of the new achvmes at Franklun School ns the Glee Club under the dnrechon of Mr Davud Berman The club performed before a parents meehng durmg the year and also presented an assembly program to the enhre stu dent body Wrfld Ph .sl - 5 i I , .M .LI , I I V 1 r r I fr 30 X Barb B By.1BTypHoti Banana o6mec'rBa, Hacnaxmawbca ncxyccrnom, yl1ac1'BoBaTB B HELYTIHOM nporpecce H no.1B30B51TBcs1 Bro 6:1araMu. 2. Iiaxcgrblii I1e.f1oBeB nmeer IIDHBO Ha aammv ero Mopatlbnhlx II M3T9PHf-UBHHX H THE RUSSIAN DELEGATIGN OM HHYLIHBIX, rm Tepafypuux mu A ,tum f t .ww OM Bofro mx BBIIBBTCH -7 Delegation russe 7 P p La Delegacion Rusa Iiarmblii IIQIOBBB mueer IIPHBO Ha, COILHEITBHLIH H oumero 4 Mr Roy Milton was responsible for the establishment of the third its purpose so well that Russian has been included in the currrcu um Ocym next year Robert Walsey served as club president le JLOJIHXHO IIPOTIIBOPEYHIPB Baum B HIJIIHIIHIIEINI upranusamm UO'bE,ZLIIH6HHbIX Hamm Hmmm B liacioamefi Jlemapaunn HQ MOfK6T 6bITb m T011-.01B111o, Brut llpegrocramenue Balfcmiy moo rocy IHPCTBY rpyrme mu H in O11BlbHb1'tI mnawi IIPHBL 8'1IIII'lI31bCfI 112111011 moo gLef1Te1B HGLTLIU nm ionepuiarr, IGIILIBIIFI Hlllpill IQHHLIQ B yunqrofhenmo npaB II usouogr, II8IOIiEIiIIbIfx B 11.1cTuf1n1011 ,Iomapaunn F ' s 1 V 1 .' f - OH U I . f In A A I I U Q-f 1 'W' W , W K V3 , 5 . i f 'B . '52 C Q ' V f' ' B 5 frm :V 5 W , 1 V f new activity at Franklin School, the Russian Club. The club accomplished 3 V . Q n I I I 1 A . . ' . 4. 1 U L, . . . W I 1 1- 1 . v n y. nr Q , ' nf - I -- " , B I n 4 Q r , f ' x ' ' 1 rf Q 1 U f . . , . . . . L L . -. , - k L, 1 ' n 3 ' v- r y - Q v Q p . . , 7 L J. A A ' ' 1 Y V I ' u Q . J 4 . . . YOUR GUIDES Vos Guides Sus Gufzus 'hn- Edafors Alun Rau and Pefer Llllenthol Assmanf Ednors Adrlenne Fogler and Bruze Topmon Pholography Arnold Berkman Fcculfy Advlsor D R J E I M UNITED NATIONS D!PLOMATIC RECEPTIONS -CLK Recepciones Diplomcdicos de los Ncacionos Unidczs Receptions Diplomfftiques des Notions Unies 1 1 . K .. , Y JUNIGR LAWYERS Abogados Ayudantes Avocafs fASSlS'lGhlSJ Approachang the Varsnty nn travellmg the lumor debaters shown on thus page partncupated nn tourna ments at Wappmger Falls Poughlceepsae Jeffersonvnlle Ossumng and at Cclrdnnal Hayes The Junuor Varsnty Team upper left won the nght to go to Albany an the New York Forensnc League Tournament the only prn vate school team In New York to be elzguble "H, 'Wk THE DELEGATES AT PLAY Les Ambassadeurs en tram de gouer Los Embaladores lugando Revnved thus year at Franklm was the old standby Chess and Checkers A hold out the group conducted luvely games durmg the Thursday afternoon peruod Mr Perry served as the Moderator of stags who do not believe in integration, 35 THE ATHLETIC FIELD s In Baskefball EI Campo Atlezrico Le Terrain des ports A Q .ST LQ I .' x x Q? 'fi WON OVER New Lincoln Bentley Brooklyn Friends New Lincoln Burch Wathen Bentley Birch Wathen Johnny Goldman continued to shatter MPSAL and Franklin records as his school battered Bentley, 100-58. Goldman poured in 64 points to break his school mark of 55 as well as the league mark of 59 set by Elisabeth Irwin's Ken Smith last week. World-Telegram 8- Sun LOST TO McBurney Fneldston Elizabeth Irwin Staten Island Academy Walden Columbia Grammar 'aol' WON OVER Lycee Francaise Brooklyn Friends Garden Country Day Walden Garden Country Day Brooklyn Friends New Lincoln Walden LOST TO Fieldston Staten Island Academy St Agnes Columbia Grammar Joan of Arc WINNERS LOSERS Franklnn Walden Fronklnn Frcnklm Burch Wclthen Franklln Fronklnn Ehzabefh lrwm :ua I n Soccer 'T '-QF' M "H 'I 5" , . . W ' "'if9'f -U-,-' f t . , . , M .M . -e V , ,,a+m11,.,. . , ,W c,N,c,,.,",, 3J,, , ,. iuurv"""" A., A sb : Z a.,,3,Lf:L, . "ff ,: Q . "1:, g, j ,.. '- ' EL-L. Coached by Dr. Neale and Mr. Berman the Soccer Team, because of the weather, had a short season. Tying twice with Col- umbia Grammar School, and once with Birch-Wathen, the group finished the sea- son with a loss to Elizabeth Irwin. 40 In Volleyball Under the leadership of Miss Lesley the Volleyball Team had a victorious season. Losing only to Columbia Grammar the team had a record of two wins, one loss and one tie. This was their first season. And in Tennis . . I .4 VW., A SCORES Trnlnnck vs Brooklyn Frnends Trnlmck vs C G S Lllaenthol vs Brooklyn Fruends Lllnenfhol vs C G S Kaplan vs Brooklyn Frnends Lewuttes Borere vs Brooklyn Friends Lewnttes vs C G S Barere Fennsteun vs C G S Morse Mesmck vs C G S 42 'M 471'- 9,1 "K-A C 1 xg .,, 2 , , ,1, ' My r C 5- C-: A kv ' , 4 f, ' ' . ' ,s....,,,s,,,,,,,,,s 2 O . ' ' . . . . , ...,..,,, .A,,,,, ,ss.,,,, , , 2 'I " . ' ,,.,,,..,, A ,, 2 1 " . . . . ,s,s,... , ..l,,,,,,. 2 O . ' ,,,,,, , , O 2 V . 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', I - I 1 I I I l I - I 1 Q I - I I V I I D - x lx lf ' 51"- --..,w-S ECONOMIC AND Commlsorlat Culturel EI Conselo Economlco O lcers o fhe Council Presldenf HEI'-BRUN Vfce President FO!-GER Secreiary COWAN pq 1 'A Left fo ugh! Cowan Cohn Shernoff Fogler Prager Barneft Share Second row Glass Morse Armel Rosenblume Lnchiensfenn Weisman Shultz Zeren Henlbrun Thnrd row Gnkrn Ulnch Bowman Greene . f' . Treasurer ...... ,.,, ,.,, ...... .vvv..ww V V V VVVVVV V.....V...VV..VV K O H N ' 1 . , , -H T . ff ' r N I 'v Z 0 V ' 4 ,yr I C 'U' 1' 'O P ':.. 57 ff , 1 Q , 4 . V' t . V . , ' 1 , , , , , , V 2 , , , I I I I I ' : I I I ' SOCIAL COUNCIL E1 Soclol Y Social O fcers o fhe Council Presadenl TOPMAN Vice Presrdenf ROBESPIERRE Secretary LANGFORD Q' Nqx.. Jin From left to right Hoexter Znmmerman Erfog Rafhe Wemstem Compe Longford Second row Bukor Mesnnclz Bexner Sulbermcn luster Beatus Grossmon Thnrd row Penchunsky Robesplerre Pnecz mk Topmon rfeqsufef .Qffl,Q1lffffffffffffffffffffffff.ffff.Q.ff welNsmN Q ' A 1 W - l Al E , , 5 v: Q T T Q-- X 1 l 5 'G' 5 .r c A 4 , '1 ,X 1 X O lcers o the Council President Vrce President Secrefary Treasurer ERONY SILVER NEMSER KAPLAN -15 ig, f' ef to nghv Nemser Spitz Walsey Saxon Weunstenn Second row Sendmen Jacobs Presser Bodner Kaplan Snlver lewmes Third row Schwobe Geffner Erony Frenker THE SEC Le ec La ec Aw -ww-vwwwwm M ,..7,... .v-.x..m.-.. M...-N RETARIAT TGTCITIGT retorlo O rcers o fhe Council Presfdenf TRN-NICK Left to ugh! Spector Jacobs Trulmck Von Wnldefen Muller Second row Morgulues Berknn Vnfcle, Rudolph, Hoffman, Feinberg Fuchs, Stern v1ce.rfesfJen L , . ' ,,-.T..'FEINBERG O lcers o the Fund Presrdenf KALMAN Vice President FEINSTEIN Secretary FEIGIN UNITED NATIONS EMERGENCY CHILDRENS FUND Les Fonds Imprevus Pour Les Enfanfs des Nahons Umes Fondo de Emergencna Para Nlnos De Las Ncuclones Umdcas Left to rnght Kalman Rosenfeld Aknn Suffern Zmner Coons Fnnkelsfem Second row Greenberg Jacobs Grossman Levy Brmcker Brown Ruben Feugun Thnrd row Buschoff Funn Muller Schwarz Fennsienn Loewnnthan Cedar Raplun ,f . . ff. f . .l' I 1 I I 1 1 1 - 5 I 1 f , I , f - 1 I 1 f I I 1 I - ?S R. , , f I 1 9 ff ddbylh AAA H YS COMMISSION OF COMMUNICATIONS OF THE UNITED NATIONS Comuscmc? des Communlcahons des Ncmons Umes La Comlsnon de Communlccclones de las Noclones Umdos S gf g RS DEPARTMENTAL RECEPTION Los Reception de Section Recepcion Departmental THE JUNIORS Les Cadets Estudiantes de Tercer Ana zu Q7 mb. E' ,j ., 3-4 I -M , wh 'FQ "-he 9 T' A, 'T I rg . A Nb fe. E V 5 -o ,X ' 6 l Mit' ' L ry E . 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I LA- I ' A ' ' fx IKM 4,4 . 1 ' 1 6""V'xL4l-.Af V 4 -C 'XIOSLS BROWN SC HOOI PROX IDI 'NCI' RHODI ISLAND ADFII 10 1969 Largest Model U In U S Convenes Toda eR0"".s-0 4' z tt, Si 8' '39, fffanuac A0 X' ,,,z: .121 Delegates I n Route to MB Delegates to the largest Model Umted Ndl1ODS ln the Unlted St tus began streamlng lnto Prow ldenee enlx this mornmg from txelxe Amer1can states and Can ada The flrst arrlxals and regxs tratlons at 'Nloses Brovxn School marked the beglnnlng of the end of a solid gear s xx ork by some two hundred students of Moses Broun I ncoln School and Brown Unn er sltx M mv of the seventy wo sehools llllllldlflg 521 students and 91 lClNlSOI'Q are still bemg Con taeted by the U lN Fmergeney lforee and the U N Car Pool con trol cars on Routes 1 6 and 146 Lach U11 IS equlped wlth radlo equlprnent to announce lmmedlate ly to the Moses Brown desk the nnmlnent arrlxal of each delega tton l,lStlllg,lll'9hi d Partlelp :nts Also arrwmg today by tram and plane are the ten delegates to the Unlted NHIIOHS ln New York xx ho W1 act as bloc advxsors some of e thlrty forelgn students who W1 serve as delegatlon advtsors and the flrst of the dlstlngulshed speakers who mll address the sess1ons 1 54 .- . 1.5-. xg 39' fm Tm' SW Y 3 kt Wig 'S' fgll Outsondlng event of the year for a large delega tuon of Franklln Students was the attending of a Model United Nations at Brown Umversuty Repre sentlng both Argentina and the Domnmcan Republic the students had the best three days of theur stu dent career iT ....... 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Exam nighvl The sig Fish! uw, 'Um I 'N Happy Bmhday, Classroom Behav:or9 il The old hmers' The half WUY 'WVU YY L The frrsi date Look Ma no cavmes' it x.f-'-' 41 x AH r Fcculiy Meehng "rn The graduahng class of 1959 GARY For all we know our love ns lust o kuss away But you hve on the mormng snde of the mountcnn and I love on the twnlnghi snde of the hull ONE WHO CARES Strike' 59 .1-.!'n:ff".:..' lil-EES fa' U'f"lgIiE f F jfs ,F i-uni! ,V I Q51 1 1? "1 wa A 3 2' . 2, 1 0 . f Q53 fe-C 3 lf ,, . E' I s-I fu . . s, , lquv ,,. ' : V f Iv' ! -N S at 1 ' , 51,-,guwr .gk :Q ,, ,gg I ' ' 1' L Q 0 , ' 14 if as. F 1-1 S, ff Q 's V 45 I r J , f J. ,, , gyff' 'w F. AR A -. an I 4 ,,,-""',s.-qt.. N ERIC CARSON SEAMUS O HANLON PHILIP FULVI Suence English Spamsh Lahn MICHAEL USDAN Hlslory vw I DAVID BERMAN Hyglene Mafh ELIZABETH YOUMAN English . DR R J ELLIOTT Socml Sfudles Music and Aff ARTHUR PERRY DR ARTHUR NEALE French Pnncrpal SYDNEY KING MARTHA WEINGARTEN Admmlsfraflve Asslsfanf Economrcs EHQIISII JOHN MCDERMOTT Mafhemafics MRS. MUGMON, MISS KRAUSE Secretaries n , A. oi" ll I-I 1.1 III 1' ug img o o 'O SEPTEMBER Fsrst day of school Mr Fulvs and Mr McDer mott losn staff Fsrst open school nsght Fsrst club meetsngs Russsan Chess and Check ers and Glee Clubs organszed Fsrst Student Councsl meetsng Fsrst Drsvers Ed class Fsrst meetsng of the Yearbook Staff NOVEMBER Debatsng Team goes to Jeffersonvslle Basketball season begsns team organszed Fall dance at Franklsn Junsors and Sensors see Old Man and the Rsverssde Nesghborhood Assembly meetsng Alan Rau elected co chasrman of Youth Group Volley Ball game wsth Columbsa Grammar Sensors sosn sn Natsonal Study Program on Foresgn Polscy Mussc and Art class goes to Unsted Natsons Art Festsval RNA clothsng drsve begsns Basketball game wsth Loyola Dr Spahn Dr Neale and Mr Ksng conduct college conference wsth parents JANUARY Wsnter recess ends Junsor Varssty Basketball game wsth Walden Varssty Basketball game wsth Walden Varssty Basketball game wsth New Lsncoln Sensors and Junsors hear Ssr Thomas Beecham at Town Hall Franklsn banners gsven out Msd year exams start OCTOBER Debatsng Team goes to Wappsrsgers Falls Soccer game wsth Bsrch Wathem Fsve people to Inter School Congress Soccer game wsth Elssabeth lrwsn Sensors take Regent Scholarshsp Tests Regents Engsneersng and Mathematscal Tests Soccer game wsth New Lsncoln Fsrst Student Councsl meetsng Debatsng Team goes to Poughkeepsse Fsrst Honor Socsety meetsng Sensors take Honor Socsety Scholarshsp Qualsfysng Test Rsverssde Nesghborhood Assembly meetsng Columbsa Grammar Dance Freshmen and Sophomores see Old Man and the Sea Soccer game wsth Columbsa Grammar Sensor A vsssts New York Stock Exchange DECEMBER Dr Spahn Dr Neale and Mr Ksng hold col lege conference Junsor Varssty Basketball game wsth St Agnes Volley Ball game wsth Elssabeth lrwsn Varssty Basketball game wsth Bentley Junsor Varssty Basketball game wsth Lycee Francass Student Councsl meetsng Varssty Basketball game wsth McBurney Mother Daughter Tea Novsce debaters go to Osssnsng Sensors vssst New York Yacht Club Varssty Basketball game wsth Fseldston Varssty Basketball game wsth Elssabeth lrwsn Wsnter recess begsns ' ' ' - 4. 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FEBRUARY Varssty Basketball game wsth Brooklyn Frsends Debatsng Team presents assembly Rau Fesnstesn and Barkman wsn New York State Regents Scholarshsps Varssty Basketball game wsth Bentley John Goldman breaks league and school record by scorsng 64 posnts Varssty Basketball game wsth Walden Varssty Basketball game wsth Columbsa Grammar Debatsng Team goes to Ssenna College Junsor Prom at Tavern on the Green APRIL 1 6 Nsne Junsors and Sensors vacatson sn Bermuda wsth Dr Ellsott 10 12 Ssx students partscspate sn East Coast Model Unsted Natsons at Brown Unsverssty Kenny Morse wsns Knsghts of Pythsas speech award Adrsenrse Fogler and Clasre Cowan go to Fsrst Baseball game of season Mr Perry presents French assembly Psctures taken throughout school for yearbook Debatsng Varssty wsns second place sn Valley Forge Mslstary Academy Interscholastsc Debate Tournament Alan Rau wsns best speakers award JUNE EXAMINATIONS END Upper School fseld day held at Bear Mountasn Sensor Prom at Waldorf Astorsa Graduatson Red and Blue sssued Fsnal Assembly and Awards MARCH Varssty Basketball game wsth Brooklyn Frsends 20 Debaters go to Cardsnal Hayes Hugh School JV Sems Fsnalssts sn State League Junsors take Scholastsc Aptstude Tests Sensors take College Board Achsevement Tests Sprsng recess Gary Greenberg appears on televssson N Y Tsmes Youth Forum MAY Four students go to Horace Mann Conference on Unsted Natsons Four Sensors go to Youth Forum at Lexsngton Democratsc Club Baseball season ends wsth Franklsn sn thsrd place sn the league M Fesnstesn wsns four scholarshsps to Unsver ssty of Pennsylvansa K Morse and M Greenberg wsns school wsde speech contest Dave Rapksn wsns fsrst place for scsence prolect A Fogler nom nated for annual Achsevement Awards sn Englssh Dr Ellsott wsns Freedom Foundatson Outstand sng Teacher s Award Esghth and Nsnth grade dance held Fsnal exams start 65 2. . . . 0 5. 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