Friends School of Baltimore - Quaker Yearbook (Baltimore, MD)

 - Class of 1932

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T U KOIITE Dedication Staff Faculty Seniors Classes fxctlvnles fXtHletlcs Features XTI-IE QUAKER 19323 " uaker" Sheff 'VIARIAx MARKLE JI-.ANNE DELU IE Edlfor Axslvfanl Editor ERNEST MILLER Business Managzr CLINTON CHAMBERS ROBERT CROMWFLL A111 f'l'fIYH1g Managrrs MARY LENTZ MARGPRY CRAIG ELINOR TOLLINGER Lzferarg Editors HARRY WARD Clflllldflllg Edllor CLX DE CLAPP ALBERT BPXERI L B03 I Allmfrlne DONAI In WILSON Pbofograpbzz Edltor I 111111 RUTH FLYNN Girl I Pcrmnals CHARI oTTI JOINFS Girl I Ailzlfflm A I' W I' ' ' I I . Av AY A I . L K t R I' L 1. x . I . . Boys Pvrsonals HARRIET NAYLOR ' I , , , .v . U A May Ames Anlta L Blemnllcr Margretta Cauffiel Alvm S Chnlcoat Katherme A Clarke Evelyn A Claybrook Eleanor M Dllworth Lounse W Dreyer Warren B Dunham John L Etter Elnzabeth Farmger Bhss Forbush L1ll1an Grnscom Mrs Elnzabeth Herman Martha Hlatt lvlerrnll L Hnatt Faculfy Anna W Hull Isabelle Knlmer Wnllnam Kxnnersley Ellzabeth Knrk Eumce L Klntch Franklm A Kuller Ollver W Melchoxr Marlan Mlllard Adelme Mlller H Maud Newby Lawrence L Peacock Wnllnam S Pnke john G Purnell Margaret Rawlmgs Eluzabeth C Remmerr Mary S Rowe Katherme Schxmpf X me Ida L Schmenser M Eleanor Starr Roman Stemer Dr Eleanor Stewart Elnzabeth Stnmson Anna Stmefelt M Lemma Stocketr anet L Strntehoif Margaret Tyson Dr Howard Warner Loulse Ward Anna Whnrehxll Jane E Wnllxams Isabel Woods Ruth F Wrnghtson Ruth C Dnbert XTHE Q AKER 19323 ... Q..-. J"' XTHE Q UAKER 1932 C,HAklOIll lov X141 Prunz ll Alb rt Bqgrl Nlars Ell1s Qnrms Cllnton Clumb rs I-fllllx C.,l'lllSIl1lll Clx dc Cl1pp I'l1l1b tl1 Loihn X lfglilll C 111 01:1 Albgrt Qoalx Nl111,Lrx Crm, Roburt Lromxull H1 LX Xlllllll Drum Semors Puxlsr M1I111x PllSll1!llf RL111 Hxxx Saanfam Ruth I ly nn 'Wing Cmoldmz, XxIlllllI11 I-laugh ll11ll HLIIIIIIIS, lll71 Horner Chnlottn ons K1tl11.r1m lulmh 'Nlxrx Lantl N11 1111 Xllllxll. ld1tl1 'w11llL1 l1msl Nl1llL1 l11 Xl 1,111 11141111141 I1m1lS lN1sS1u1.r Domldson Xu lor H1rr1ct Ynlor Hulgn lN1xdorff Thoml Sm lar l l111o1 Tollmgur lx1tl'1rx n NX xgmr HIYFN VL lfkl liuttx XX L15 l,0I'1llLl NX llS0l'l I5 rn Xoung Xl1ld1 d fll11Y'l'lgI'l11'lIl . 1 1' ..i ' 1 . 1' 1 " LIIANQ. ,. vu, fu, .1-'1., ,., 2 C I , ' ' 1 'Q ,A , .' 1' A N.. 1 1 " N h Q' Q . 1'." ' 1 2 S " I Y . ' 1 . ' . A . ' ' ' Q ' , ' , , , "A, John Christhilf Thomas Hormcs Fred Sailing I' Q f Q Q "Q ' 1111 " g.- 511- -1'- " K" I Q' d . V - " '. I' ".j ' -lc.11 c Dsl- 'ig 2' - 1 ' -' Q I' ' j ,lv X T U ALBERT GEORGE BEYERLE Aalurr' 1111 lf! vfaml' up and my lo all flu uorld Tim ua: u man Entered 1924 Football J Sr Basketball Soph J Sr Q ap J Lacrosse Soph J S Scarlet and Gray Staff Sr uaker Staff Sr Charity Committee Sr NIY one brief glance at the above photograph xx ill readily explain the comment That good looking blond in the senior class Still another cause for admira tion is Al s superior athletic ability He captained the basketball team this sear and prow ed his prom ess by being in every play as vsell as by making accurate shots Albert is rather indiffer nt to the vsomen for as he says They run atter me all the time common occurrence to hear someone say Did you see Alb rt or Al B ye said etc Al s literary genius w1s discovered this year by the good sports Iecounts for the Scarlet and Gray 'ind ulker ln addition to the scl'ool activities l1st year Albert in the company of five oth r boys of the cl1ss found time to take up dmcmg., wishing to beeon e grlecful However they decided it xx is of no lvul Tru ithletes could not be thus Next year Albert plms to honor Cornell We shall vs iteh for his success there both seholastically and 'ithletictilly Heres luck Al ll tu X H E Q A K E R 1 9 3 2 x Y 'U i , A v - , a as , , . . . . , r., . , ., r., . C t. . , ., r., r. , . Q y - ,' v ' ,, . . , ,, . . - - A - .1 ,, .. 2 - . , e ' , , . . , they just won't leave me alone." Besides his popularity, Beyerle is a class wit. It is a . , " ' 2 --?" " 9 rle . ,, , . 1 . . . x 7 A Y! N !iL Q1 D, ' ' ' ' ' , ' . if e . , ' - . ' Q s' Y, v-v l R 1' wx ly L 'i . 1 i V l V U Vt k L- . 3 A 3 ' .. H. ' 1 S ' . r' 'L ' i. J E 4 i i .1 . 'f ' , . QUAK NIARY ELLIS CAIRNES lxlldlll ffl alum! and nzzlry Tiny Jann amf 1011113 Entered 1919 Hackey Sr Swimming Soph Ir Sr Clee Club Soph Jr S CSecretary Square Sr Bazaar Committee Sr Class Basketball Fr Soph Jr OULD that happy smile belong to anyone but our own Mary Ellis? Most of us can scarcely realize what a dull class we would hase had if it had not been for Mary Ellis 5 ever ready gayety and sense of humor In Mary Ellis we find one of the tmuously vsith the class of 32 During this time Mary Ellis has shown her skill in manv fields Among her accomplishments vie might mention her position on the hockey swimming and class basketball teams and her membership in both the Square and Glee Club Then too who could forget her lusty cries of Ice Cream at the Doll Shown: In addition to all this there is with Mary Ellis that exer utal question of dates On Monday morning as vie all knovi dates are the all important subject for discussion and she talks more than her share on this topic INext year Mary Ellis expects to go in training for a nurse With her vw: send our hopes for success and may the best IDECIDC viin 7 I X T H E E R 1 9 3 2 X . .f - .U K H V, 1 6 ' ' , 7 .IAN Q, . . I',, , , ' 5 7 7, I, A a, 1 1 , ., ., Y. I ' 'J. , . t . , . , ., ., ., Sr. . t Y , . . . , . few who started at Friends in their kindergarten days, and who have remained con- V . V . . . . Y, Y. . , , . . , V - .. ,, ' 9 .. ,, V - Y V .. ,, - - ' 7 3 , . , , ' ,' I 1IUL"Z'1' U CHARLES CLINTON CHAMBERS Hr :cfm Ions 111111 mmf flalfzr mmf? lu oldzr to br smfcxs ul Entered 192 8 Doll Show Soph Jr Class Presldent Soph uaker Staff Scarlet and Gray Staff Cheer Leader Fr Soph J S A WELL DRESSED handsome young man was seen strrdmg up Charles Street wrth all the confidence rn the world You need only one guess to rdentnfy hum Buck Chambers of course' Hrs dapper energetrc person IS seen at every game dance or tea party When one hears a spmted throaty yell hugh above the others at a football bas ketball or lacrosse game one may safely bet nt IS Buck Buck really has more energy and school sprrrt than any other ten people put together When Buck leads a cheer he really makes people yell The Frrends School rootmg sectnon knows h1s contortrons well for he has led us nn cheers for four sohd years The east srde of the study hall also knows Buck s maneuvers rather well and justly so Buck IS gomg to take up nnterxor decoratrng next year and wrll probably go to the Maryland Instrtute Wherever he goes he wrll always be remembered for hrs nn satrable energy and hrs never ceaslng good humor Tlzzrlecn X T H E Q A K E R 1 9 3 2 X ' , , , Q. . . .xx , ., .,Sr. ' , .,jr. 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T H U K FRANK DORSEY CI-IRISTHILF Af mcg fr1 0 worn lo fakr 0 rum Tfaaf aluays shout gnu! pmla or 111110 wma' Entered 192 6 Football Soph Jr Sr QCaptj Swnmmmg Soph Jr Sr QCaptj Lacrosse Soph Jr Sr Track Fr Semor Play HIS ladnes and gentlemen IS one of the 1mposs1bly alnke tvuns Frank Chrxsthxlf at least we hope lt ns lf the plctures are not mlxed up-vs hose only parallel ln ath letncs IS hrs brother John Outstandmg IS Frank 1n sports of all kmds Football swnmmmg lacrosse and track all have at one tlme or another had Frank not only as an enthusnast but also as a valuable partxclpant We wonder how many touchdowns would not have been made how many backstroke events would have been lost and how many goals nn lacrosse would have been scored by opposmg teams rf Frank had not been ln the games to Wm Surely the entlre sp1r1t 1n the Senlor play would have been absent nf Frank had not appeared on tnme mn h1s handsome butler s umform nervously brushing at has harry sxde whnskers He was always present at rehearsals too glvmg up hrs much requxred txme to go txrelessly over and over hrs part Although when he remalned around after hls final exnt for the play had been completed we often sus pected that there must have been an added attractlon ln the room that held h1m there Nor were we by any means wrong as father Farraday s youngest daughter d1d appear to occupy a rather large portron of hrs butlers beatmg organ otherwnse known as the heart Upon leavmg Frank after graduatxon we are certam that we shall hear a great deal more about hlm nn the years to come fourteen X E Q A E R 1 9 3 2 X V, , 9 - s jf, ,- ' 1 1 1' A 'Q I I ' P ' . 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' s , - v , l . . , . . 9 ' s U JOHN FOUT CHRISTHILF youu rllous u 111 be Jflllllx rlloux Entered 1926 Football Soph jr Sr Basketball jr S Lacrosse Fr Soph jr Sr Sxummlng Jr Sr Doll Show member of the famous twms who entered our class back m 26 Well th1s ns John and we are glad to say that by our long HSSOCIRIIOD we are at last able to tell lum from hrs brother Frank Although John has successfully negotlated hns studnes he has gamed h1s greatest fame through hrs exploxts 1n the field of athletlcs He ns espe cxally skxlled nn the old Indxan pastrme lacrosse and has earned four letters and the posntnon of captam durmg hxs four years ln the hngh school We find hnm scarcely less skllled m football basketball and swnmmxng and see by the records that he has collected the remarkable sum of eleven major letters ohn also Hnds time for other actnvntles as as evxdenced by his appearance ln the Doll Show And how can we forget the keen mterest that he has nn the left sxde of the study hall' John xntends to enter Maryland next fall and we are certam that xf he contmues his work ln athletncs we will hear more about hxm nn whatever game he plays fxfh cu X 'I' H E Q A K E R 1 9 3 2 X '...- gf' " " ' pf' xy" 1 , -ga r.-1 ' CCA' RE you john or Frank?" This is the first question that invariably greets either QU CLYDE MELVILLE CLAPP Wfmly zcorldly no! uorldly um Entered 1929 Iootball Jr Sr Lacrosse Soph J S Semor Play Scarlet and Gray Staff uaker Staff LYDE ns one of those people whom everybody lxkes He ns easy gomg and good natured Besldes thns gennalnty Clyde has another mark of dxstmctlon sxhxch makes hlm popular especlally wrth the east sxde of study hall He IS the most sar shows great abnllty ln athletxcs He IS a fine football basketball and lacrosse player Unfortunately after a spectacular play m one of the football games Clyde broke hls leg and was out of the rest of the games and the basketball season In lacrosse Clyde has starred at center ever smce he came to Frlends 1n h1s Sophomore year Any Frlday afternoon he could be seen doggedly chevu mg gum runmng up and down the Held to uphold Frlends prestxge nn lacrosse Clyde showed hrs actnng abxlxty nn the Semor play where he was the benexolent father Faraday Whether or not we forget the rest of the play we vs 111 remember Clydes hearty God bless my soul Another accomplnshment of Clydes vsas bemg one of the champxon pretzel chewers of Mr Ettcrs famous Physncs class Cly de says he has decxded to go to Oberlm College because of the beautnful coeds there Well here s to you Clyde and may success and coeds follow your footsteps Sllf u X T H E A K E R 1 9 3 2 X I I, .,' r., r. Q . torically correct of all the well-dressed seniors. As well as dressing correctly Clyde T U ELIZABETH GLEN COFFIN Sober Qhad av! and Jemzln Entered 1929 Square Jr Sr QTreasurer Glee Club Soph Jr S Scarlet and Gray Staff Doll Show Commxttee Sr Drnmatxes Sr ITH calm drgnnty Llbby moves through all of her aetnmes both seholastxc 1nd socnal Nevertheless through all such dlgnnty there appears a gllnt of humor -and carefulness Her wlllmgness to help has been shovtn espeenlly through her eo op eratnon durlng her Semor year She h1s 1lw1ys been ready to VSYIIC for the Se1rlet qualnty whrch they have been durnng the past year Lxbby IS one of those relmble people as has been prox ed by her help nn the Glee Club and the Square Even though Llbby has been suth us for only three yeirs she his endeared herself to the he1rts of everybody to such ln extent that she mll be greltly mnssed Next year she wall contmue her seholastnc eareer It Su lrthmore 1nd as she leaves us to go on wxth her work we smeerely wrsh her the BFLIILSC of suceess 9 ul ru 3 H E Q A K E R 1 9 3 2 X , . 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' , ., ., r. and Gray," and it has been Libby's efforts that have made the book reviews of the fine - IWZILQ ln' QU K VIRCINIA fklll Y COTXDON Kim lv avfx an umm lfran arnamt Fnttred 1919 Glee Club S Doll Show LOIYTUIIIICL Sr IRCJINIA IS rmlly the good natured member of the class and lndeed she IS always ready to do any thnny., for anyone whether xt be loamng ear tokens or eommg to Her good humor and nu er say due attntude comes especlally to the fort at hockey prae tlee for she neyer grows dlseouraged even mf she doesnt seem able to h1t the ball Vxrgxma also has her problems physxcs numbermg chnef among them But she neyer 2,lVkS up and we are sure that some day she wnll find out what xt s all about We hope that lf we eyer CHE any of the food whmh Xnrglnla has prepared for she s gomg, to be a dnetman that she wxll stew mto the food some of her good nature and cheerfulness for the benefit of all of us' fr ylrltrvg X 'I' H E A E R 1 9 3 2 3 . l 7 1 .A 4 A " ' lm " " , " 'sf' l . jr., r. Y N I x, N ' W - 2 I y - ' Q 3 D Y . . , . V 7 I Y Y ' V ' 1 I A ' ' . the rescue with a few sheets of a er to tide us over until the book room o ens a ain. P P S y s N 7 - - h I ' 2 I Y 1 ' Y '- , . . . . . . 5 . . . K I Y Y. 3 rr 3 V 7. Y ' , ' , . D . Y V Y Y -N rl ' I 1 , . Y . , . - V. . 1,4 U ALBERT WILSON COOK llzkr zeorlz lf ascmalfc me fan ut un! look at lf or hour: Entered 1951 Football Sr ERE xs Alb rt one of the newest members of our class Albert dld not enter Frnends untxl h1s Sennor year but 1n one short year he has made hxmself a real Frnends Sehool student and a true frlend of all those nn hrs class Each fall afternoon a smart lookmg roadster could be seen flymg out to the field wnth a group of boys who belonged to the football team The clrnver the tall dark haxred boy at the wheel was none other thln Al who showed hrs school splrlt m the untlrlng way ln which he went out for the team Hrs efforts met wnth success and because of eonstant practmce he succeeded nn makmg the football eleven Al has a sp clal mterest m automob1les and thenr speed A bet Cwhxch has not yet been earned outj has been made wlth one of the female members of the class that he can beat her nn an automobnle race Speed seems to be one of h1s chlef delxghts Al IS undecxded as to whether he wnll go to college next year but whatever he does may success be hxs' 'N meter n X T H E Q A K E R 1 9 3 2 X ' ' ' 5' f ' f- - I ' " 1 f .. -.4 , ' 14 QU K MARGERY PATTERSON CRAIG What uzld heart blSf0flCS srvm Io llc en wrztfen Upon fbosr' c'r5s!a1Imc' relcsilal spheres bar eyes Entered 1918 Bazaar Commrtte S Doll Show Soph Sr uaker Staff Glee Club Soph Jr Sr Charlty Commxttee Sr Semor Play EHOLD' The enxgma of the Semor Class wxll now be brought to lrght' But the task IS a dxfhcult one as nt rs not easy to wrrte about Margy She has a deep subtle sense of humor vsh1ch her frank open smxle behes but whlch her sparklmg eyes falways laughmg at some h1dden jokej affirm If one could apply an X ray to Margy s bram one would find rt tw1sted around so that lt spelled ln large letters the word xntellect For Margy possesses that great grft of mnate knowledge--not the book learnmg vshlch IS so wrongly confused wlth brlllnancy but the knowledge of the fine pomts of hfe mmgled wrth a keen Wlt and a clear understandlng She can dxscuss any worth vsblle subject and can adapt her toprcs to the persons she IS wxth at that moment Nor do Margy s talents he alone 1n the field of speech She wntes orrgmally acts wrth true abllnty and smgs admrrably She has a suppressed desnre to don a pair of patent leather boots a fur cap and other accessorles ln order to lrve a lnfe among the samovars and cymbalums Go to lt lrttle Crangsky may you meet wrth that great God Luck rn whatex er spot you chance to be may you emerge from the shadows of the College Boards mto the sunshme of Smlth wxth the top honors and above all may your mtrmsrc abxlxtles and learnmg never fall to brmg to you success equal to the one whrch you have enjoyed at Frrends T 1115 X 'I' H E A E R 1 9 3 2 8 I ., . - ,, 'e, r. , ., . 3 'S '3 ' ,. 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S n wr' T H U ROBERT CROMWELL Nom' but bzmsal ran bf bu parallcl Entered 1920 Swimming Soph J S Senior Play Quaker Staff Social Committee Doll Show Tennis jr Sr He is one of those happy go lucky persons who go through life cheerfully with never a care in the world Nothing ever seems to bother Cronny and for that quality he may consider himself unusually gifted Where athletics are concerned Cronny shows a great deal of interest and enthusiasm mamly for swimming He has been on the team since his Sophomore year and is by now one of its most valuable members The Senior play was indeed lucky to have in its cast the role of Tarver portrayed by Cronny To take the words of any of the audience He was perfect in the part Among Cronny s pet diversions we find listening to orchestras rated at the top To him we say keep on whistling and singing your merry tunes and you will live to a ripe old age with your hosts of friends flocking around to b cheered and relieved of their troubles T unix onr' x E Q A K E R 1 9 3 2 X ' ' , ., r., r. RONNY is a unique individual, quite unlike anyone else in the graduating class. Q U K JEANNE DELEVIE Some an lwrn qreaf, some arbleze qrzalmu Am! mlm haze grzalm we flnruxf upon flu m Entered 1921 Doll Show Commlttee r S Cylee Llub jr Sr Senior Play uaker Staff Ldxtor nn Chnef Searlet and Gras Basketball Team, Sr Qllss Basketball Team Pr Soph Ir S Swlmmmg Team, 4th Int Ir Soph S Square, Soph r Sr flare J Danee Commnttee, Ir, Soph Class Treasurer, Soph r, S Deelamatnon Contest H15 ns Ieanne suax e, chic, and one of the most ssxtty members of our elass eanne hrst eame to our Class about elexen years ago At that txme she was wearmg the usual blue umform of the sehool and Q50 she says was very shy In Conslderably less than elex en sears she has Shown her dnersxhed abxhtxes as may be seen from the long hst of aetxutles m the abou eolumn lt was through Jeanne s efforts that the Scarlet and Gray beeame the fine magazme that nt was durmg the past xear Could anyone os erlook the fact that thas year s edntlons were the finest that they haxe exer been, and If IS eanne who desers es the Credxt for thus marked lmprox ement Her xersatnhty IS amazmg Besldes the abnhtxes hsted abose she can do almost any thing from an 1m1tat1on of Harry Lauder to a dxseusslon of Dostoex sky Through all these aetnmes she retams her amused tolerant, eomposure, alvsass readx mth .1 subtle remlrk alvx ays vulhng to explam lessons whneh eome so easlly to her, or dnseuss the latest plas book or moue Ieanne plans to go to Cxoucher next year, and that eolle3.,e I5 more than fortunlte ln haung attrleted sueh .1 talented and h13,hlx md: udual student' I eenlx I 1' W 1 z 1 r w ' 41"l I 1'- Q k K it ,j., r. .1 . 7 'I ' 4 -' - '. s 1 ' v Y 1' . , .e , ., .,L ., r. ., ., .,-Ir., r. .,j., . s. . .,j. r. l'1 I x - V k I Q - Y , - J y I v V ' l Y .7 I ..- f 'V 1 f V ' y - 1 ' ' v ' s K. 1- k l'l 'A".1 I I ' 1 f tx 1. - - 1 V Y 7 Y. , 4 1 l x . v. r V. 4 l' 'V xr' - r .' v x if l V V W ' . , . x - x' 1 YI! 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U VIARTHA WILCOX DREYFR A to I IONIIFIUIIUH and an can rnna' Entered 1927 Cle Club Saph r Sr fPI'C9lLlCl1I, Square Sr Basketball J Sr Class Basketball l'r Soph jr Dramatlcs Soph B1 mr Committee r S Club And nf you have ever wondered who xt was smgmg bass m the operettas the ansvt er IS Martha She also used that voxce to sell her wares at the Country Store durmg the Chrnstmas Bazaar and accounted for the success of that booth nn thus may But besldes these actnvxtxes she has played an nmportant role nn the Irxends School bzsketball teams Mots has alvs ays strnven eagerly and tnrelessly for the good old Alma Nhter no matter whether we were wmmng or not She never becomes dnscouraged but keeps on trymg even ID the face of great odds Martha IS a good sport a good friend and 1 good pal We know that she wall eome through whatever she trxes with flymg colors Y :mix fluff X T H E Q A K E R 1 9 3 2 3 fr Q f H V jp, f -, .ya S -2 , ., J ., . .' . , r., . llle ' ' , J ., F. HERE, ladies and gentlemen, is the honored president of the Friends School Glee TH QU RUTH ELIZABETH FLYNN I I could urzle fbc beaufy 0 your :jet And ln rerb numb:-rv number all jour races Entered 192 0 Chaxrman Doll Show Sr Hockey Jr Sr QManagerj Sw1mmmg Team 4th Int Fr Soph Jr Sr Class Basketball Team Fr Soph Jr Sr Glee Club Sr Square Fr Soph Jr Sr QV1cePres1dentj Soc1al Commnttee Student Counc1l uaker Staff Scarlet and Gray Staff S Class Treasurer Fr Class Secretary Soph jr Sr Junlor Receptnon Commlttee freshman and Sophomore Dance Commlttees UTH ns one of those smcere persons who goes out for everythmg wholeheartedly and executes successfully all that she undertakes She IS doubtless one of the few really promment members of the Senior Class and possesses far too many abxhtxes to enumerate them nn thls brref space A mere glance at the above outhne of her actnvntnes one of the masculme heads untnl the recent record breakmg bazaar Ruth has b en the leader of her frxends Her common sense and her habrtual good humor have made hen sought after by all vsho vush to obtaln a llttle advrce or relleve themselves of some unpleasant duty Despxte Ruths face and name which speak solely of the good old Erm Isle her Fnglrshness IS apparent vshenex er the blank look of utter unknowmgness fhts across her face after an extremely funny joke has been told Please do not mfer from thus that Ruth has no sense of humor Far from lt she laughs always wrth those who laugh at her and mx arrably says xery meekly Oh but I don t see anything funnv To sum up Ruth s character nn a fem words would be an lmposslbxlnty but one can say faccord mg to an excellent authorrty known nn other words as Lee that she xs attractnve generous and a true frxend Whatex er she does In the future years be nt becomxng a hard vsorkmg busmess vnoman or some one s dear httle spouse vue are certam that she mll uphold our name and contmue to be a great success' T nh II X E A K E R 1 9 3 2 8 rrf , ' , f , , . . '7 ,lk L g . . V, ' , ., . . , ., ., ., ., . , ., ., ., . , . , ., ., ., . ' . ' , Jr. , r. , . 7 'S 'Q ' 3 will prove her value in the class. Since the well-remembered day she broke a ruler over 1 ' . 9 2 7 V Y. . . . . . , V . . , 5 Y Y . . . , . ' . 7 . V V Y Y 'K , . ,, a s y 9 , - , . V V . . . . 7 - , . . V Y . ' D . . Y W , y . ' v . , . . r ' y -I v ' A 1 ' 1 , tue j-for' U MARIE SMITH GOLDING Hr mu bfr lbdflfllllg buf be mu 1101 ba! The rbnrnzx lar drmrzzavl uzodzvfy ron nal :I Entered 1930 Square r S Bazaar Committee Sr Class Basketball Sr ARIE goes silently and unobtrusively through her school life with an air of quiet uignity at which the more talkative members of us wonder She seems to find time not only for school work but also for athletic actiyities Marie plays basketball hockey and tennis and plays them xy ell Besides doing both her lessons and gymnastics the school M1r1e is always willing to help friends and 1ssoC1ates 1bout her Nothing, is too much trouble for her to do To those who are not among her intimates she mly appelr to be shy and difhdent but we who know h r b ttcr find Marie wholly charm ing, She is indeed an asset to Friends School Our hats are off to you Mlric 1 genuine all aiound girl Nlay you make is splendid ll record in the future IS the one you enjoy noxx :Nfl X T H E Q A K E R 1 9 3 2 X .' 1' ' ' . 1 ' ' - , Q as ' , J ., r. . y . . , . ,. . . . . K . . l, n Y , . x . Q I . V , V Y . I . . . , s a - thoroughly and with ease, she takes an avid interest in the social activities provided by . U x . . v Q Y K 3 ' S Q r r C 9 1 , ' r v S t - ' '. A ' " i' ' . . . ' , Q ", L i ' . -' ' L' . i ' f . i 4 ' x ' - 4' h U ' V 7':wntg- 'zu- T U CHARLES VALENTINE GRAW Hula! Sltlllllllb sicf 1 an fzra f aulfx mga! Entered 1928 Pootballj Sr HARLES IS the sph1nx of the semor class It IS truly an event ln the school when Charles says anythxng no matter nts nmport Howu er one can often notnce hlm COI16CllI1g to hnmself or argumg some questxon vxhxch troubles hmm wxth another part say xx hat has outstandmg characterlstncs are He IS truly one person who applnes hrmself to hrs books and who makes a study per1od exactly what 1ts name rmplxes Charles effort applied shows has fort1tude and enduring patxence Charles was one of the star players on the football team for tht past two years He exhxbnted hls same dogged attxtude here and mvanably retrxued the team from some uncomfortable posntxon He IS undecxded on hrs plans for next year but we vnsh ham good luck and success rn whatexer ehonec. he makes I unix wx X H E Q A K E R 1 9 3 2 X ' ' , r., . of himself. There is really no one who knows Charles, hence it is difhcult to definitely T H U W ILLIANI HAUGH An buns! man flow bul'rmfl lo lb: cm: Brnadzlolb lllfflllllf and a uarm fuarl ltlflllll Izntered 1926 Yootball Manager Sr Basketball Manager Sr Lacrosse Manager Sr Senior Play Doll Show HO is that complacent easy going chap sitting over there with his hands folded so contentedly on his expansive chest and his head cocked to one side ready to answer any worldly question feven physics for that matter in such a self confident manner: Why that? That s Billy Haugh' Haven t you heard of Billy? He was the illustrious gentleman who made you roar with laughter in the Senior play Remember ness rarely seen told Celia lNo o 0 he hadn t seen the paper Then wh n he got up from his chair and the paper fell out of his coat he scratched his head closed one eye and looked as if to say Novi how the deuce d1d that get there? Oh yes it brought dovxn the house and for once the public recognized a great man in his own day Not only is Billy a celebrated actor but a renowned manager of teams of all makes sorts and kinds He manages the football basketball and lacrosse teams now where would you find more? In class Billy can keep both pupils and teachers in continual gales of laughter with his witty and cryptic remarks He has not yet decided where or if he is going to college but it is needless to say that wheres er he finally ends up he will be a huge success in more than one may 1 uri 5 X E Q A K E R 1 9 3 2 7 ,, , , , , f 7. y . ' I 1' , . , b , , U , V. . ,, ' L , . , . , . , - . . . . . 9 , , ' ' J ' - , . , - Admiral Grice? How he tucked the Times up the back of his coat, and wich a calm- - .. T , ,, 0 - - , . ., . . . , . y v - .. - ,, - K I V ' Y 1 V y . . . . n r D ' Y 7 ' s 1 Q' V y . . . . Q . V . X i ' my x A ' 5 v 1 ' r' MIN' .'- KTTH U EMIL I-IELLER HENTNING A mropu man as om shall ill Ill a sunzmfrr day Entered 1926 Doll Show jr Sr MIL entered our class back nn those eventful second mtermedx te days Hc lost no tnme nn establxshmg himself as one of the best students 1n the class and stall holds that posntxon nn has Senior year although he has been handxcapped by sxckness Emnl ns yery qunet and speaks only on occasnon but one may b sure that when he do s say somethmg nt IS always vsell worth hearxng He makes use of hrs tnme gamed by lack of speech for deep thought lf one hstens to 1 small cxrcle of conyersatxon whnth often teleusnon to has scnentlhc frxends Although Emnl has neyer nndulged m the major sports of the school hc shovss Z1 keen mterest nn games of all sorts and may be found often ln hns spare tnmc. deeply engrossed ln a checker game off nn some yacant room or corner Ht has also shown hrs slull ID the Doll Shovn ln yy hlch he took plrt rn both umor and Scmor wars and was only prey ented from appearmg ln the Semor play by snckness We do not know yy hat Emxl s plans are for next year but vye knoyy that he mll be just IS snlcnt just as good a studtnt and just as successful as he was whnle at Friends I ulx tl X T H E Q A K E R 1 9 3 2 X I 'P I s- n - vv ' s , , y y, , ., . x , I , .3 Y - X . . y y ' ' 0 1 U V . , . , c - forms in the study hall, one may hear Emil expounding some new theory on radio or 1 . 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' NTU' 'lflrl U LILOXARD THOMAS HORVlhS H1 brnklj aul :lun 11111 aslzfl bou a :nun vlrall uavle llmr Entered 192 6 Doll Shovs F ONE looks up the word mdniiercnt m che dnctnonary one finds th sy nonyms uncarmg and unconcerned Somewhere between these three adjectnes one vull dnscover Tom Hormes Not that one would consnder thus agamst Tom far from never seemmg to bother about anythmg nor to have a care rn the world Hrs smnle s as brnght as hns hanr and anyone who knows hxm wxll vouch for the latter Durnng study pernods he can usually be found perched precarlously on Mxss Starr s desk m the lnbrary or slouched comfortably m a chanr langundly flngermg the mornmg paper and nova and then even readmg an artrcle or tvno Someone has lrkened Tom to Harpo nor was he far wrong for durmg free moments Tom IS 1m arxably runnmg and we do not refer to trackj At present we do not know Tom s plans for next year and we are not even sure that he does Nevertheless hrs future will be assuredly a happy one 1f not for what Tom accomplrshes at least for what he IS T Hlfll X T H E Q A K E R 1 9 3 2 X ', Jr. LY II' ' ' Y! ' ' ' 5 I 3 V it-for it only adds to his general light-heartedness. He is a merry lad, this Tom, Y , . , . . V . . C V ti" ."ll'71C XTHE QUAKER IQBZX ELIZA SCOTT HORl As 1114 HJ at tbl day I9 long Entered 1928 Bazaar Commxttee, Sr H YOU mean that strong looknng g1rl the one who has such a good dnspo s1t1on that s Scotty Horner A sentence such as thus one rs frequently heard nn ansvm er to a query from one of the few persons who do not know Scotty She IS a xery complex bemg, this Scotty, and therefore a rather dlfheult subject to xx rlte about adequately Her unfallmg dlsposltlon IS her outstandmg charaeternstle but her sense of humor follovss closely There IS no other person ln the Semor class who can top Seottx ln belng good company She IS genulne and slneere, and ue may exen my that nn many mstances she does not let her ablhtxes do justxce to thelr far reaehmg lrmnts tleularlx umque It IS hard to put down m mere vxords just what thls umqueness IS but lf one keeps ID mind the flets that she IS one of the best sports, thlt she possesses ln hlbltual good nature and that she IS totllly vsnthout afleetltlon, one em Itldllh see that Seotty Null hate a personal sueeess xxhelexer she goes, md xxlll reeelxe the 1eel11m and admlrltlon of all who know her Ilmlx VER " - .-. 1 t 1 ' 37 cc a ' . l a V ' . . - , ,, . . - r Y 7 . Yi 1- D S t -' I Y I Y ' Y 2 I - I I . ' - v ' ' , ' ' s ' - s vs f s y . Although it is true that there are no two human beings exactly alike, Scotty is par- ' I' . X. I Y ' X X Y . ' Y L ., ' I I L V L D 1' V l . V V' li' I 3 'R 'xl . v 11 - f r' ,vs s .N r --sys s s , ,' ,.,',, , . ' ' L' ' . ' A ' ' ' ' . U CHARLOTTE ANITA JONES Tlu amsf garzlmz 171 bn' looks Aml zu ber mind Ihr umxl lwnL.s Entered 1921 Hockey Fr Soph J S Basketball jr Sr QCaptj Basketball Class Team Fr Soph CCHPID Captann of Scarlets Sr Square Fr Soph Jr S Doll Show Commnttee Sr Scarlet and Gray Staff Sr uaker Staff Class V1ce Presldent Sr Soclal Commnttee Student Councll Fr Soph r Omce Presn dent Sr QPres1dent HARLOTTE the one mdnvrdual who knows everythnne, and forgets nothmg Who always remembers to brxng her dues on tlme the tnme and date of a party the assngnments for the next day the correct answer for any problem? The snmple and complete answer as-Charlotte Charlotte ns not merely proflenent nn her studres fsuch .1 rmnute qualxty not really worth mentlonnnt, but oh boy' you should see her ln actlon on a hockey field or nn a basketball game You know she ns eaptann of our bas ketball team and 1 star player on the hockey te 1m Charlotte IS also on the class sax nm mms, team you knovs that team that eonquered the rest of the hugh school and ns able to play tenms qulte proicnently Charlotte IS a member of the Senlor Square havmg been taken nn durmg her Freshman year She also holds that xery Cllgfllatd pos1t1on presrdent of the Student Councxl besxdes belng on the uaker Staff and Searlet and Gray Staff Swarthmore vull be a lueky eollege when Charlotte becomes a student there for we know her suceess xull be as great as at Frnends lfmlx W T H E Q A K E R 1 9 3 2 X W, rr A ,f ' ,.. K, ' , Q, , ., ., r., r. , ., . . . , ., ., jr., Sr. . , I , ., .3 ., r. , . , . 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A .V ' ' F I' X rm v " "Q-mu' QU KATHARIINE LA BARRF LEILILH I io fm xbarz mm an al: r 11 loo upon lm a nl 3 1 Il rn , llnnz all Izntered 1927 umor Reeeptnon Commnttee Senlor Play Glee Club r Sr Dance Commnttee Soph Bazaar Commnttee Sr Doll Show Soph ID someone expr ss the desxre to meet the young lady of the above photograph Well lt would be vxell worth hns tame for Kay IS one of the Hnest gnrls m our class from all appearances Kay certamly follows rule sm vshxch states that one should not take hwmself too serlously And the other five rules? thus mcludes them all Although Kay does not profess to be an athlete except ln tenms she takes an ax 1d mterest ln all the games especnally football basketball and lacrosse Her keen sense of sportsmanshlp and genlal personahty are two of the reasons for her popularnty vxhnl her superxon beauty lS another At all tlmes Kay 15 vulhng to help and haxe you notlced she usually chooses to do an unpleasant job? Kay has proyen her actnng abxlnty by takxng parts whxch range from an angel ln the Glee Club tableaux to Lady Trench ard ln the Semor play as well as any part m the Doll Shows Wherey er you may go 'ICXI year Kay or m the years to come don t forget dear old lrlends for they could neytr forget you and vshatey er you do here s to you' Tlmfx 1 0 K T H E A K E R 1 9 3 2 R l , - "lf "S 'f'1 'r'rorfa, , fi . " f rd' dl ,UI ' 'jwl , H , J -, - ., . . ' ' , . , . C. , ' , , K 9 , . I . . , . . . M Q - .1 -, ,, Y A ' 7 . . , v. . I I , - , , D I L . . . . V' V .C x . . . . V . . V. . , Y 'V 7 l . 0 . - . . . V , . V V . , I I I 9 Y 'l I 1 ' V1 Y , 5 , Y V Q ' ','1- til U NIARY WADDIVGTON LEYTZ AIIYHCYS 0 barrel tlwugln Cxluna all Entered 1924 Square Soph S Student Councll Sr uakcr Staff Sr Scarlet and Gray Stuff S Bazaar Commnttee jr S Stage Commxttee Sr Class Basketball Team Fr TIE fanr ha1red artist of our class IS Mary She paxnts wxth feelmg color and depth Indeed thls IS proved by the remarkable xmpressxon that her work made at the Maryland Institute recently Mary also uses her knowledge ot pamters rn Englxsh class for whlle the rest of us are scrugglmg for a composmon subject sh takes Mnchcl angelo Da Vmcr or Rafael and writes about them knowmgly And she can write well too She 15 Mlss Stocketts prnde and joy and IS also one of the hard workmg edxtors of the Scarlet and Gray and Quaker lnterary staffs But Mary does not devote herself entirely to artnstxc and lnterary endeavors She IS also an energetnc worker nn the Square and a member of that solemn body the Stu dent Councnl She has always helped durmg the Bazaar thrs year managmg the Art Table And next year Mary IS gomsg to contmue her art at the Maryland Instntute When you have gamed your deserved fame as an artxst Mary we wnll call you back to Fnends to paint the portrants of the other nllustrxous members of the class of 32 llmlx ilu X 'I' H E Q A K E R 1 9 3 2 X T A l A H - U f ,T if K ,K I - f 'H , ., jr., r. , . 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V . i ' , - ' 7 v K - i V . 1 . , y . . . . 1 . . , ,. .lf W U Entered 1927 Iidntor Quakcr Sr Class Secretary Fr retary Trcasurerj QManagcr Glee Club jr Sr jumor Receptlon Commxttee Scarlet and Gray Staff Sr Soclal Commlttee Sr Bazaar Commlttee Jr S Semor Play NIARIAN VIRGINIA MARKLF Ozzaxmnally lnatuz lutfouv ujmu a unch llltlllllllldl lnauly graze amz' 111111113 CharutyComm1ttee Fr Soph Ir Sr QScc Svummlng Tcam 4th Int IS Soph S Square Fr Soph Sr QSecretary Freshman and Sophomore Dance Commnttees I-IE dlthculty of scttmg down a person s character adequately becomes only greater when that person ns Marnan Markle Tht mere facts that she IS edxtor of the uaker that she holds offices on mnumerable commnttees and that she belongs every orgamzatlon m the school proxe beyond doubt that she IS one of the class However these whnle gnmg respect and admxratnon to her ness her suddcn blush and smlle hcr pcrpetual 3,ood humour? It 15 also to practlcally the leaders of do not show a well known fact that but for Marnans unfaxlnm, abnlnty to tlke first place nn backstroke many a sxummnng., mect xx ould hayc becn lost for Irncnds And so to the herome of the Semor play uc vush all sorts of good luclt and happnncss vshcthcr It be 1n vu atchmg her horsc sun thc Kentucky Derby m rcccnmg, plaudxts for hcr poetry or 1n dcyclopmg a bass llllgll qultc dltlfcrcnt from thc Nlarlclc 3.,n.,s,lc But ln .1 more serlous stram herc s to you old dcar bc as bm 1 succcss nn thc rclt ulclc xx orld as you yycre mn thc class of 199' 1tIr1cnds llmtx X T H E Q A K E R 1 9 3 2 X I . . , A A I 4 . . -' , v - -' , I I I ll ' V1 .I I I '7 l I I . . ' s 7 ' , . 7 -w -v K -w - I' " ' 1 , ., 'r., , Jr., r. , - ., ., jf., . fy. 3 '! ' , . , ' , A , ., r. ' 1 ' r I - V , . . . . Y . , ' U 5 K Q her actual characteristics. Who will not remember Marian for extreme conscientious- 1 ' 1 2 1 ' v - 1 Y ' y . , .. y .. Y I . . K . , Y, v 1 vi - ' ' . I , Y l I I . V l 1 v' 1 w'v iv" x-fy' , t ' 1 , ' sys ' K K K y ' . ' s , I A f , fy, ,I ' . ' ' ,V K t V Iv y l , x 'K ng L t "xy U i g 'IA V. h I V V1 l l ' - ' " " Q-fffzzr T U A EDITH LILLIAX MILLER Wbnf c cr vbe did uns Jour Illfb so mmlr nm ln lm alum fum nalural to plzaez Entered 1923 Glee Club Sr Bazaar Commlttee Sr Stage Commnttee Sr OOD thm3,s eome nn small p1ck1 es so they sn md we must 1dm1t thu phrase fits Ednth exactly Fde xs small but you lre not 1pt to lose her for her h1ppy pu s of lau3.,hter 1re heard qnyw here and anytxme Take you home? Sure' Thlts Edlth who IS 1lw1vs on hsmd urh her lord It s just a coupe but mt seems 'able to expmd to 1n enormous elplcnty All m all Ede IS 1 mlghty fine llttle gurl 1nd xx hen she leaves our Alma Miter ue all know that she sull be a success m vvhatex er she trnes no mztter nf xt ns rleung, 11UIOI110bll6S or drnmg taxxs lfmlx l l W v 5 rr 9, ' ,. ,' . , - 1 Jn J , ' ' 7 l,, , ' I ' , . , . 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' 7. v y 1 y . 3 v 1 , y' 4 s f V V f V v ,, 1 1 V L. , , . . ,. .t .I-im U T Q U K ERNEST BALDXX IN MILLER A fnarf fo rrvolu a brad fo lllllffllf and a band fo rw: 1111 Entered 1921 Class Presrdent Sr Vnce Pres1dent Fr Soph uaker Staff Student Councll Fr Soph J S Semor Play Tennls Football Sr Soc1alComm1ttee Fr LTHOUGH Ernest entered Frnends one year behmd our class nt was not long before he caught up We have never regretted th1s addntnon to the class for the talented boy ns well hked and admnred by everyone Ernest has been the class presxdent durmg the Sennor year and as we all know cerramly dld a noble job of nt The success untxrxng efforts He IS the one boy who always has tlme for everythmg whnle we snt around and wonder how he does xt HIS lessons never suffer even when he IS much taken up by other JHAQIYS of which he has many The teachers wnll wnllmgly vouch safe the truth of thus statement as they know that whenever an unusually dxfficult questnon IS to be answered Ernest IS the lad who can do lf As far as athletics are concerned success has met Ernest wlth the same force as 1n other fields He IS an avnd cnthusnast 1n tenms The basketball team found hxm one of nts members and although handxcapped by lack of welght he played on the football team durmg the Semor year It would be possxble to talk for hours and wrxte dozens of books on Ernests abllntnes and efforts but smce space w1ll not permxt we can but gave about half an Idea of the great person he IS Next year Cornell gams what we lose That he wall brmg honor to the class and h1s Old Alma Mater IS readxly assured And so we look forward to meeting hum once agam after the next four years but thus txme not Ernest the student mstead Ernest the successful engnneer Thnlx sn X H E A E R 1 9 3 2 X " g 1 A ,, s - ' V , , , , is . 7 ' - , ., . ' , ., ., r., r. . , . , . , ' 1 . . , y . . . . i of being able to produce a Quaker during this difhcult year is entirely due to Ernest's ' 7 ' Y 1 - ' I , . , . 5 . . Y I n 9 3 ' Y XT!-IE QUAKER 19323 EMILY KENIPER NTASSAUER A mzrry ay fb: day is long Entered 1922 Basketball Team Fr Soph Sr Class Basketball Team Fr Soph Hockey Team Fr Soph Jr Sr Swnmmmg Team 4th Int Fr Soph Sr Doll Shovy Commlttee Sr Square Sr Scarlet and Gray Sufi HO IS the pretty g1rl yyhom no one IS able to stop? IS one of the querles fre quenrly heard at a basketball or hockey game regardnng Emxly the attract1ve young, athlete of our class For when one thxnks of Em one usually th1nks of someone flymg doyyn a hockey field past all opponents someone rollnng on the floor at the most cr1t1cal moment of a basketball game or someone settmg 1 new record an syummmg Em has not confined her abnlntnes to athleucs She was made a member of th Scarlet and C1r1y staff and has proy ed her ab1l1ty m the field of llterature Next ye1r 1fter Ems graduatxon we feel eertam that Iarrends yy1ll have to buy another bus bec 1use durmg the past tvyo years Em has been carrymg .1 large pereenta3.,e of the student body out to the Held wheney er they were gonns, out Durlng her Semor year Em really trned to make the Square and due to her constant effort to beeome .1 member of the schools honor socrety she succeeded For many years Em s beautnful complexnon and naturally rosy cheeks haye been the enyy of all of her elassmates and lndeed of all of the students 1n the hlgh school Em s good dxsposntlon and pleasmg personallty haye vyon a host of fr1ends for her She has not dccnded yy hat she yylll do next year but yye feel certam her trlumphs wnll tolloyy l1er yy herey er she goes' Illllfl . . r ll ' 3, Y " S ' ' . , 3 'I ', Jr', ' , . , ., ., jr., Sr. . , ., ., ., . . , ., ., ., . Y I l , . . , . ' 7 cc . . . ,, . . , , - f 3 7 e ' 9 V' Y V . 5 7 , . . ., .e . . e 1 1 , 5 ' . . A 1 ' 71' v l , I Y 'x 1 l 1 . y' x , I . ,. . , . . V s s . ' y vs ., . ' . -, , y. , . g . . Q . 1 - r v 1 f 1 ' y ' s s ' 7 1 Y I 1 1 1 1 - g . t 3 , . , . , . . . K , s , , , K . , . . . . . . V , K . 3 ' --xmm T Q U K FRANK DONALDSOIX NAYLOR ffu uhm 1011s tllllll 11 llilllg a 101171 lllllll Entered 1926 Tootball Soph Olgrj Sr Basketball S Lacrosse Jr Sr Char1tyComm1ttee r Sr QCha1rmanW Semor Play LTHOUGH Don was not vuth us 1n the Prrmary and the early lntermednate days he has nes ertheless become one of the lmportant members of the class Hls prow ess 1n athletxes 15 vsell known for he ns on the xarslty teams nn football basketball and lacrosse But all of Don s energnes are not dex oted to sports He dld much to make the Semor play the success If was both by the excellence of hrs actmg and hns helpful co operatxon at rehearsals For two years he has been an lmportant member of that ofhclal body the Charnty Commnttee and thls year assumed the responsxbllxtnes of the chairmanship From even such a brnef surx ey as th1s It can be clearly seen what an mtrmsnc part Don has played 1n the successes vs hlch our class can clalm llmlx 1 1 X H E A E R 1 9 3 2 X 1' T A ' , . .k'., . , r. " '-,--14,11 , U HARRIILT WIARIE NAYLOR A merry bear! goes all lbr' um Entered 1927 Glee Club Soph Jr Sr CTreasurerj Student Councnl Sr QSecretaryj Bazaar Commrttee Jr Sr Stage Commlttee Soph S Class Basketball Soph jr Sr Hockey j Scarlet 1nd Crly Staff Sr uaker Staff Declamltnon Contest Sr Cheer Leader Sr Square Jr Sr Lacrosse Jr S ARRIET IS the glrl who we can be sure wrll do a thmg as lt should be done and when xt should be done A stnll more xmportant factor 1S that whatever she has to do she does wnllmgly She IS known for her constant good humor and cheerful atutude Harrnet ranks well ID athletrcs and IS an excellent player of both lacrosse and tenms Last year when due to doctors orders she could not play hockey she whole heartedly took over the job of cheer leader The fine attendance and enthusxasm at the games were largely responsxble to Harrret s untmng efforts She ns also one of the class best students standmg hrgh rn all her subjects Har rret ns one of the few semors who hlve kept to thenr Latm through all four years of hrgh school We are sure that rt wlll stand her nn good stead m the future Her qurck wrt and keen sense of humor well pomt out her cleverness and mental actnvnty It ns Harrnet s hope to carry all her wxsdom wnth her to Smrth where we are sure she w1ll make a success and early vun her Phr Beta Kappa key llmtx 11 It X T H E Q A K E R 1 9 3 2 X N f, - A , rr , . 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U HILLEX PURDX N IXDORI-F lr ls mlfy fo null ze In Azul lllffy to lull zelllv Ana' jwlfaxanl foo lo lfuuf on Fnterecl 1925 1 ee Llub lr Sopm Semor Squlre Sr ulk r Stlll Sexrlet mel Carly Stafl Sr Doll Shoyx C ommnttee Sr Blslxetblll Llxss Te U11 lr Soph Hoelxey Squlel 5 ELILIN ean keep us 1n 2,llLS of laughter vx hlle she IS telling 1 story 18 only sh ean tell lf a story JLC.OI11pll'1lLd by mueh eestleulttmg Whit ue wonder would H len do rf she eould not use her hands when sh tlllxed Alu us full of mdeas Helen IS h15hly o113.,1n1l Sh IS LODtll1L1HllX surprlslng Us synth some unexpeeted remaxls or to help us out of any dnthculty Helen s abllltles are of no small degree She yy as the first Qlfl ln our elass to be taken into the Glee Club Thus yeal she also mlde tl'e Senlor Square and yy as on the Bazaar C,Ol'l1fI1lftL.L ln addltlon to belng on the ualxer SIIH she IS quite 1 elpable athlete She eame out for hoelecy faxthfully thus yen' and bot a ehance to play m the last glme xuth Rollnel Plrls NN e lost the game but not through any fzult of Helen s she duel nobly Helen xx IS tle soenl notes eelltor for the Selrlet mel Gray md 1 l"l1lg'ltX gooel one too XX heney er we sm someone nn moxmne lSSLlNlJlX tllune, eloxxn my sterl ous somethmes on 1 but of plpel nt yy ts Helen lllxllli, notes on the tlllxs e en I5 eorm, to Hooel next yelr We xxlll mlss her but Hood ulll ,un 1 ,oo sport mel a hne ellssmlte Best of luelx Helen Nl X W T H E Q A K E R 1 9 3 2 - y 1 v ' ' X 1" V' ' , 'if.. 1' ', Q r i , . - ' 1 H ' I 1 A X ' C'l-- X , 3 ., l.. jr., Sr. . ' ' A ', N . K , l ' ,,, ' . g ggi' H , '.,. . , . ,, L I. ' Y -. ss ' ,, , V . Y A s s ' 1 ' A Y gk- v X- Q - - ', ' g'- ' ' Y-."4'L. ' e ' ' ' f . . ' ' e a 'X ? ' ' . ' ' y -' y' . s ' 3 ' - - ' f - ' ' , - 1' , 11' s - s - ' . t act. Helen is as wholehearted as she is entertaining. She is always obliging and willing I ' ' ' ' 5 Y ,' Q V I ' 3 J Y 1 A I ' ' 1 lx ' I YI ' K 1 A I f V , , , t , . - , , ,' , ' ,,L 0 - , Y ' .. A ' 'I g A '. W' ' ' ', ' ' Q ' ' l.- I h V. E l ll 1' . H. x. ' I l X N ll ' . 1 Q l Q Q ' ll ' , , " e , 1 s fs s. Y - , , ' - ' , . - , V -' , V v- . '- ' ' i I 1' ' . l' A vv X x X ' 'D I I' 3 V ' . , , ' , . .. , , ,. .. , , 1 If ,l,. T U FREDERICK WILLIAM SIELING IfVe grant altho he had much wrt He war 'very shy o uszng lt In mt a man szmplzczly a child Entered 1926 Swnmmmg Sr F REDDIE FEAR NOT IS so called for hrs fearless attntude toward hrs studles Far be nt from hum to wllt under a Trlg problem or Zl hard German asslgnment but he would rather face an opponent across the checker board Here although he IS no wrzard he can ably defend hlmself Even when he gets wapped Che comed the wordj he ns a good loser and enters fearlessly mto the fray agam It IS Freddnes package of lnfe savers whlch many tlmes has saved the rear row m Physxcs class from starvatlon durmg a long perlod Pretzels often accompanned these on thelr relay from chan' to chair And speakmg of relay remmds us that Freddne lxvmg m Elkrndge IS just another country boy who came to the bug clty and made good Often on Saturday he may be seen whnzzmg about Elkrxdge m has trusty automobxle On the seat besnde hum may be seen has black woolly dog Mufhns lookmg reproachfully at has master for takmg that last turn on two wheels Besndes checkers Fred lnkes to play tenms pmg pong and baseball Occasnonally he mvades the bowling arcades where the alley snzzles under hrs fast ball Freddne ns congemal kmd and generous and IS liked by all hrs classmates I-Ie has the shmmg vnrtue of paymg his debts very soon after they are mcurred He expects to enter the Umverslty of Maryland to take up enther medlcme or SCICHIIHC farmmg Well Freddxe here s wlshmg you the best of luck and success ln your college career forty om X H E Q A K E R 1 9 3 2 X ,. , . 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I Y ., ' I- 1 T Q U K THOMA MEES VANJTHOPF SNYDER O nmmurx ornflr' 0 a whom mild Il ul! a man vm 114113 a :lull Entered 1929 Sw lI11I'I1ll'l2 Sr ILRE boys and gnrls IS the young scnentrst of the class These cherubrc features conceal an mtellect brxmmmg over wrth the mysterres of chemnstry and phy srcs Whale Thomas less sernous mnnded classmates are mdulgmg rn frrvolous pleasures he profund scxentrfic theory to hrs always mterested lrsteners Brlly Haugh and Emll Hen nmg Thoma IS that wonder of wonders the student who actually seems to enjoy hrs nmthtmatrcs and sclence courses What Thoma s other d1vers1ons are we do not know but he has been reported seen jauntlly hrkmg equxpped wrth knapsack and staff Thoma seldom delgns to partlclpate 1n school actxvrtres but can always be found at games lendnng valuable moral support to the teams However the swrmmmg team clanmed hrs rllustrlous person for several years Thoma s lntent for the commg year rs to attend Hopknns no doubt for the screntxfic work Who can tell perhaps vuthm the next ten or fifteen years the true successor to the great Edrson mll be acclaimed by the world Accept our hopes and washes Thoma for we shall feel xery honored to have known you even for so short a trme I'ort3 fro X H E A E R 1 9 3 2 3 l A A nf ,,, , f E. -, - - f 5 , 4 ss ' , . I7 -' . 1 . w V. . x ,v - . 3 , , . . . ' . ,, . , . u . V . . . . 9 can usuallv be found uttcrin around the laborator , or vi orousl ex oundin some , P g Y 8 Y P g , - ' 9 E 2 . . D , . . , , Y 4 . h , . . . . . . I , . . 7 . . y . . ' , V. . 2 I a . Y. . v I ' , , v v V Y Y . , . . . ,, Z., U ELINOR TOLLIXGER A1111 all fha! 5 but 0 ,oml and Hgh! NIH! III ber axjnzl and 1111 new Entered 19 3 0 Scarlet and Gray Staff Sr uaker Staff Stage Commnttce Sr Dcclamatlon Contest Sr Dramatxcs Sr Glee Club Sr B1z1ar Comm1ttce Sr Square Sr Class Basketball Team Sr PhRHAPS because Elmor lS one of the most versatxle memb rs of our class nt makes her one of the most dxfhcult persons to wrxte about Fnrst of all there IS the sxde whlch raves about dramatlcs She appreclates such actors as Alfred Lunt Lvnn Fontame Kathernne Cornell and our own good frlend Robert Thomsen And she also possesses abnlnty along that lme Can we forget her 1n Glce Club Declamatlon and Doll Show performances? Then there ns her lxterary sndc It IS she who has memornzed the love lyrncs of Elxzabeth Barrett Brownmg and Elnnor has wrntten several of her own poems for the Scarlet and Gray A stlll thlrd snde IS shown when we see Izlmor rushmg about nn an old smock daub1ng pamt on scenery and brmgmg forth vw onderful results And Elmor proves only more amazing when she combmes her more artnstnc sxdes wxth excellence 1n athletlcs For a tnme other members of the varsxty basketball team feared that Elmor would rob them of thexr posntnons Although she dld not do thls she dld play ln several games with great success And so we know by her record m Frnends School that th1s member of the class of 32 will flll capably any posntlon vshnch she mll hold ln the future FOII5 tluee X T H E Q A K E R 1 9 s 2 X v v L A " ' as fu ' . K 1. Am' iv- L,-,qv - , , . A . I, D X . , . , . . , i .1 '1, . . , . ,, , . - . . . S ,. Y .D . , , . 7 D 9 g J ' .. . . x . ' , Y . . .x . . . . . , . . j N n - - - - .. , . . S . . i , , . , . . . i . ., . . I . ,- . . . , . I .,- . U KATHRX NI C ASCOYNI XX AC XI R KX fu II xfn mf Jawa 4 max II KXtl1llXll! IIIIINII lnteltd 1930 ulker Stlfl Dramltles Sr Setntry S ND novs you are PI'lNllCgCCl to su. the young lady of the class of thlrty tvno xx ho possesses beyond a shade of a doubt the best dlsposltlon and most ex en temper of the class Nov we ask dld anyone ever see Kay m a bad humour? Although Kay was one of the last glrls to enter our class she qulckly made herself on of us through her vsmmng vtays and now IS one of the most popular gxrls m the Semor Class She mxght easlly be the most envned glrl nn our group not only because of her good lookmg clothes and numerous dates but also because she 15 one of those fortunate persons who ovsn a car of thexr own But how could anyone envy a person who ns so generous' Kay IS one of those hard vxorkmg gurls who 1S ex er xullmg to lend a helpxng hand You should see her vtork on scenery for plays or help vuth the Doll Show She ns a member of the Quaker Staff and you really should have seen her nn the Clee Club Chrlstmas play Kay IS undecided as to what she w1ll do next year but there IS no doubt that tht success and popularnty vxhnch greeted her at Frmends sull follovs her throughout lxft Foitx fozu X T H E Q A K E R 1 9 3 2 X f v 5 a f a 5 " ' ' T A 4 1 t 4 Jl . " "4 4 jiri, ll .wwzz 'fl like flu' " Qi tg of ' ' ,- , H . 1 4' , W . Bazaar Committee, Sr. -1 - 1, r. A 7 y 1 ' v' as r ' - Y ' 1 x 9 l I . . Y , Y . V . . . , . . , . V 8 Y. , Y , . . . - ., ,, - ' 7 V l Y . - V . . . V V. . . I Y 7 1. Y I I V Y ' ' r f ' r Y ' s ' A r v ' ' v' v ' s' U A HARRY THADDELS WARD Sc! bono: nz out rye aml llfalb HI Ihr 0llJ r Azul I lull look 011 lmfla null fruztly Entered 1920 Football Soph Jr Sr Basketballj Sr LICFOSSC Soph S Track Fr Cllss Presldent Fr Vlcc. Prtsndent StudcntCoune1l r S Doll Shovs ulker Staff I-IE boy xx ho alvx ays stands out nn a crovsd who has a hand nn ev ry school act1v1ty who has been a leader s1nce the days of tender youth ns none oth r than Harrv Ward H15 mdlfferent attltude toward all commonplace school act1v1t1es lS counter when necessary eyen when unnecessary The uaker the Doll Show the Student Louncll and all the sports are vlsxbly stamped with Harry s gemus The freshman year wx IS made notable by the fact that Harry served .1 term then as cllss presndcnt Scholastncally Harry IS unusually well equnpp d and could b even more cffeetmvc nf he applxed a lnttlt more pressure Has popularnty too IS not to be ow crlooked althoug.,h only 1 few from tht left snde of the study hall would admnt thus as they rccogmu, nn hum m untouchable Harrys plans for next year are as yet mdehnnte but more than hkely he wlll go nnto the busxness world No matter what h does we lrc ecrtam that he mll become a large success Iovlx fl X T H E Q K E R 1 9 3 2 Y 'V li w l ' , , V , ' i, 3 ,- , - , ,H 1 S '7 'S ' . . , r., . z , , ., Jr., r. , . 1 , , ., H- , Jr. - t , J ., r. , V ' ' ' 1 Y , 7 . E V D y . . A Y " 1 acted by the fact that he enters into everything and can always be counted on to help - V . Q y , , e V. . . Y. Y, . I ' " -- 'e, ' e .x . 1 Q . . , S . 7 , 7 r Q V 1 U 1 1 ' . , i' U' i U . 1 " ,y Y if 1 X ' l I . 1 . , ' l . . l l I ' K! l 1 1 fl ' . - , . I . -,- '11, U ADA BLIYABFTH XX ILIS 1111 11 1 I fr lII'I1 llnttrcd l Squ1rt, Sr uaktr Staff Sr bmgc Committtt Sr Bizur Committtt, Sr ITHOUC H B tty, 15 wt ull her, his only' bun it Iritnds for tht 11st two ytirs sht is tndurtd in tht htarts of 111 who haw tome. to know htr Bttty who 111115 from Nlount XY lshmgton is in expert tlmufftur ind is wtll known for her gtntiosity uu 1 glass bttomts too boring, Betty lmusts htrstlf Ind htr tlissmitts by drlwing pittuits of bLlUUfll1 moyie ICIYLSSCS No history of Bttty would bt tomplttt it it f1i1td to mtntion Batty S dog Buddy Hur put, an I-nglish sttttr is ibout twitt her SIIL ind eonstqutntly, instead of htr nnnlging it it minlgts her B tty is 1 yo. V tlnngmblt ptrson and mth w etk dteidts to do SOI11LI11lI'lg difhrtnt XK11LI'l slit gmduitts But wt know tlnt sht will suttud in XX1'llILNLl' slit hn111y dttidts upon fmli N11 X T H E Q A K E R 1 9 3 2 . ., . "Gr 1' xjrwmiw, I1'lll'f1t't'Il zf Q 111.11 N . , 930 4 K N, . . 1 C 1' 1. 'J Q- Lf il 1 : lj .Q x if V "x. , x l ' l xl x . 1 A A 7 f vi ' x ' v x . x 7, ' A I ' A L K u l V X L . y A 1, 1 , k 1 in taking home anyone who lives in a radius of ten miles. She is also .in artist. Xx11lCI1- I ' 'x" ll . v- L A . A Y . Y i Y ' 3 ' l I I I . U l I ' 1 Y, 7 1 h 1 4 1 1 I ' 'I ' x . , 1 . . R , . -5-1, Q - -r x if ' K- 1 L L ' K ' . ' K K ,y , ' C v ' Z 1 ,I-I 1 il l x ' xi ' v X x '- l l ' K A .1 h V a t I I ' A x ' Y i ' V ' I Y- ' ' ll . Y 1 l Y 3 1 Q . v 1 " x .' ,. XT!-IE QUAKER 1932K DONALD HUMMEL WILSON ugh d and look J zmuflcrablf ihmgs Entered 1930 l'ootball r Sr Swnmmmg Jr Sr Lacrosse Jr Sr Student Councxl S Semor Play Scarlet and Gray Staff uaker Staff ON has been vuth us only tvso years but m that br1ef txme he has prox ed himself of real value to the class not only as an athlete but also as 1 true frrend H ns alxx ays xullmg to help 1nyone at any tlme and to cheer hum up Don came to us unheralded as an athlete but nn hls Hrst year he mwde letters m three major sports footbtll swxmmmg and lacrosse He repeated that same act thus year He was the mamstay of the svx 1mmmg tewm and star defense man nn l1erossc The busmess sxde of The Searlet and Grfty was undertwken and well managed by Don We are abso lutely eertam thwt there IS no one rn the hugh school or for that mltter no one m the world who ean vue wlth Don ln mukmg, clever emnouncements The solemn bored f1ces of both teftehers and students whlch hlbltually appetr elurms, lssemblles brlghten pereeptmbly when Don ruses from hrs desk md then 111 the deeorum thlt ns ever obt uned nn the study h1l1 dxs1ppc1rs lmldst gales of lslughter It hls vutty mmner In the Semor play Don shovs ed hrs abnlltnes 1s an actor to b very fine mdeed Oh yes Don ns a tal ented ltd as well as a h1rd xx orker md truly most enyos xble eompmy We feel sure he vsxll succeed vxherexer he goes after leavmg us which we bellexe nr the U 5 Coast Guard Academy Good luck Don we ll mlss you a lot lmfx sr Il .' f ! , , ' H ....t K - !,I'7 ' , ., . 7 '7 ' , f. ,Y , ,' y 1 r, A a , , . . 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QU FRANCES ELIZABETH X OUINC1 A Ill rl naman nofrly jzlunmd To uarm lo rum ml aml llllllllldllll lnttrtd 1929 Socnxl C ommrtttt Soph r br umor RLLLPYIOII C0l11n1ltILL bvummms Team Soph Sr Capt J Ba71ar Committee r S Doll Show Semor Pl u lxlnble p rson thus our Betty Tvunklmg eyes and a sparklmg smrle made Betty btloy ed among, the Frntnds Schoolers vshen Hrst she arrrved just three years ago Nlovx after that bruef lapse of trme we realrze the value and worth of her charming drspo srtron In all svsrmmmg meets also Betty s clean cut dues haxe xx on the admxratron and approx al of the spectators to say nothmg of the needed pomts for the team Under her guidance as captam of that partrcular actnrty all opponents haye been defeated And can Betty att' Her hrstromc abrlrtres were proy ed beyond doubt by her com nncmg portray al of Phyllxs m the Semor Play The vnllmgness and capabnlrty mth vnhreh she undertakes any and all tasks show decldedly her contrrbutlon to Frrends In partmg vw. can but say Your beauty your abrlrty and frankness may you never lost them' I urtx mqlrt X T H E A K E R 1 9 3 2 X rr Q I y nfl, U 1 , U I f Ny -L , ., jf., . 4 . . 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N EXCELLENT diver, a hard worker, a great little actress, a good sport, and a U 'VIILDRF D FRANCES ZIMMERMAX Tbrn ls a tganluz III ber me Winn :mu am! u bil: lilies ,ron Ente cd 1929 Ba7a1r Commnttec Sr Swimming, Team Sr Stage Committee S Squlre Sr D 1 ILDRED IS another of our classmates who halls from Mt Washnngton and who spends her summers at the Meadowbrook Pool And perhaps that accounts for the way m whlch she can race on that champlonshnp relay team of ours durmg swnm mxng meets But Mnldreds talents are not lnmnted to swxmmmg alone Sh can also solve mathematxcal problems as easlly as she can sknm through the water of our pool In fact she ns an excellent student m all her studles But besxdes bemg capable 1n ath letxc and scholastxc work M1ldred ns a true frnend If you have any s crets to confide turn to Mnldrcd and she wnll keep them safe from the prymg eyes of your other school mates mf you have any wenghty problem to solve turn to Mlldred and she wlll gave you wholehearted advnce And so we say to you 'Vhldred auf wxedersehen but not good bye I'arIx mn X T 1-1 E Q A K E R 1 9 3 2 X Y Y A 4 AA A 1 r'1'.p- 'IYII 1I'.,, ,, .1 . , . Q ,, ' 9 L. , - '3 y ' 1. I 9 Q-w-.Lv U AKER 19323 SS H U Prvmfl nf Y nr' Pusnluzl S crefary Trcawmr Junlors ames Alexander 'vlargaret Herman John Baldwm Mary Bolglano Nelson Bond Carl Ch1ttum Dorothy Cook Dorrs De Alba Donald Doeller Charles Dunnmg Nancy Izrkenbrack Edvs ard Frller Dorothy Greer John Hnmes Bowdxtch Hunter Albert Hutzler Frank Kaufman June Klpp Mary Kraeger can Lang Henry Leber Barbara Lentz Cccnl Malders harles McCoy Izflx I FRl1DSHAl'ER MARGARET Heuwmxx javxhs ALLXANDLR Ellvs ood Metz Wllllam Mrrchell Margaret Norrxs Karlyn Pretzfelder Margaret R1es Louxse Sands Edvs ard Scheer Fred Shafer Edvx ard Smnth Helen Strlte Ann Sturtevant ames Su eeny X T E Q A K E R 1 9 3 2 X 7-"Ill, . . ,. A V J - 1 . .Y. . D 5 . .f C A J r f g-wo A Pr: vdz nf lllfl' Pftil!ll'I1f Trvasur r Rosahe Barblern Charlotte Bolgnano Louls Coffin Corrne Crook Wnllnam Drckey Ruth Dodson Estelle Eastwnck Phyllns Erdman George Evans Boyd Frey Wrllnam Gontrum Jane Harry Ruth Herrman Vxrglnla Hewltt Alan H111 Sophomores Elxse Johnson Hugh Johnston Marxan Kadel Howel Kaufman Helen Lehman Katherme Lehr Frances Lertz Kathleen McCollum Jack McCoy Norman Melvln Bruce Mxller MZYJOFIC Mllls Robert Moses Eleanor Norwood Florence Oldham Vlfglnla Omahundro Fzflx fluff' ALAN HILL KATHERINE THRIPT Box D FRH Louns Pegram can Prnce Dorothea Rensenweber Elrzabeth Roberts jane Ruff jack Schlll jack Shannahan Rodernck Shlpley Mary LOUISE Smnth Jean Sutherland Katherme Thrxft Bernard Vmcentx Stuart Wolf Ellen Wood Dorothy Zxes X T H E Q U K E R 1 9 3 2 X Secretary. . , . , A ,..... ..,. . . . . . .RUTH HERRMAN . . . 'I D . H U Pr 1 mfr nl X nc Premfznf flaaszzrrr Elnzabeth Blake Ruth Blakeslee Elnsa Bloede John Blueher Frances Brovsn Ann Burgunder Emma Byrne Francns Chmarcl Bertha Creamer Wrlllam Ellls Freshmen Helen Mary Forbush Canon Hecker Nathan Kaufman Markland Kelley Nancy Lees Anna Lennan Eleanor McConkey Ethel Metz Sam Moore George lvlurgatroyd Theodore Oleson Fzftly fam GIDIJIINGS WLST ELIZABETH Rmx LINGS Arsmx LENNAN THEODORE OLESON Jane Pearson Margaret Pole Elwabeth Rawlnngs Harold Rxcards jack Roberts Catherme Rudolph Betty Shannahan 'Vlary Stenl Robert Thomas Cnddmgs West R T E Q A K E R 1 9 3 2 X Sc'4'rz'lary . ..,. .... .,,..... .l...,,. ' ' . , L , U Huslory HEX we ent red Fruends School un th Hrst grade we found that on of the xx orst ordeals was the swurnmung class To us the deep end of the pool seemed to b fatluomless and exen the shallow end was up to our necks It was always xvuth .1 true sugh of reluef that we returned to a regular classroom and began agaun real studues under Muss Crater It was un the second grade that one of the most dramatue moments of the hustory of our class oeeurred It happened un thus wuse Ruth Ilynn was the brughtest stud nt of the class, and sat for a long tume un the first seat un th first row But her downfall came when Harry Ward the youthful paragon was moved up to her desk Ruth s anger reached uts clumax when she pucked up a ruler and broke ut ox er I-larry s head After that ut was necessary for our teacher Muss Smuth to unter xene No such tense moments arose un th thurd prumary IS dud un the second Our chuef exeutement un those days xx us the nature study class In the pursuut of knowl edge un thus field we often went a chasung frogs and flowers out at the old field un Forest Park 'Ihe competutuon added much to the zest of the class quality and quantutx un our funds both playung a large part Muss Cockey und Muss Blackburn were our adored teuehers who always managed un some unknown way to tell everyone that hus duscoxerues and trophies were the b st Our first leap onto th stage and unto dramltucs came un the fourth prumary Under the skullful durectuon of Muss Dunnock we pro duced for the entertaunment of all Scrooge Duckens fumous Chrustmas story I was declared by everyone a most happy chouce and most successfully done Thus truumph carrued us on a wave of self apprecuatuon unto the almost grown up unterme duate world Part of our unutuatuon unto the aforementioned untermeduate world consusted of our creatung a Dutch world Thus work was carrued out under the watchful eyes of Muss Aluce Clarke The Dutch xullage grew as follows the gurls made the luttle doll luke figures of the unhabutants the boys became architects and created the dwellungs and we unuted un the manufacturung of the anumals and grounds As 1 funal grand clumux all of us modeled comparatuvely huge figures un clay of Dutch boys and gurls Ipven unto now those masterpueces stand un proud exhubutuon un the glass ease on the first landung Indeed havurg Muss Clarke for geography when Muss ew ell and Mrs Lawton were our home teachers was our first untroductuon to the system of changung classes The second untermeduate saw our joyful exut from the rooms on the hall and entranee unto tlee bug study hall Why ut was almost luke the hugh school we f lr at that tume that ut actually deserved a caputal letterj Here for the first tume we came under the genual and kund unfluence of Mr Dunham who was at the head of the untermeduate department In that year too, we made our acquauntance xvuth Muss Schumacher known affectuonatelx to us as Aunt Cora It was she who told us those lovely storues about her xusuts to Japan whuch we have always remembered and treasured In the thurd untermeduate we became suppos dly xery studuous and undertook the anatomucal subject of Physuology Although we fauled to absorb xery much of ut ut created un a glow of untellectual knowledge The Physuology book was the one we always put the top of our pule of books when we went home One of the most gloruous years I'ruends was the one un the fourth untermeduate We were the acknowledged leaders the whole untermeduate department theuu Never had we had so many partues un one year' And our scholastuc curruculum seemed to consust of nothung but study peruods We gaxe the finest plays of all the classes We had our own basketball team, prac tuced together and kept traunung It was too much utter contentment and happuness to be lastung We were the cocks of the walk then but how we trembled unwardlx F1173 fi e I 'u' H e ' ' e , ' 2 v Y Y. 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T U when we thought of the next year 1n that strange, forbxddmg Hugh School study hall xxlth all the teaehers snttmg on a platform m the front, and st lrmg straxght at us Our Ineshman xear what a paradox xt was' On one hand we were the xx holly ngnorant mexperneneed, msngmheant class, xx h1le on the other we had many serlous re sponsnbnhtnes to assume We had to choose our elass adxnsor Xlr Etter, who has re muned nn that posltnon through all four years V e had to make the dnfhcult ehoxee of our ellss pans and eolors, and, most Important of all, we had to gxxe the lreshman danee lt w as our hrsl bug danee, and the glrls keen enjoyment Ill thelr real ex enlng dresses w as oHset by the boys punful embarrassment throughout the xx hole affur The year xx as not all fun though for xxe faeed Latm for the hrst t1me, 1 subyeet that was for many of us a eonstant eause of mental woe The Sophomore velr witnessed the seeond and last year of Latnn for all but a few of us In thas year, we were no longer the loxx est underelassmen, but aeeepted as aetullly persons of rank Our elass danee eonsndered ourselx es qulte sophnstlcated Practleally all of our elass toolx part m nth lelles, and many of the able persons obtanned positions on the various teams The two outstandmg eyents of the umor year were the ehoosmg of our rmgs and the umor receptnon After many' long dnseussxons, we deelded on a blue and gold rung suntable to both sexes The fnet that our class colors were green and gold dnd not bother us m the least, for we hlxed the blue stone better The umor reeeptnon was an entlrely dnfferent affalr from the Freshman dance In the first plaee, nt was not really a dance, but a reeeptlon for the Seniors, wxth favors for all the gurls Secondly there were speexal acts as well IS the usual dancxng Thxrdly, we had nee cream and cake mstead of mere punch Lastly, the affalr contmued for fully a whole hour longer We felt after the success of thus tremendous project, that we were truly experrenced to carry all the soenal dunes of the Semor year The obhgatxons and tasks of thls, our final year at frnends, were mdeed many, but they were overw enghed by the responsnbnhtxes ust to hst them, there were The Scarlet and Gray, the QUAKER the bazaar, and the talks m assembly The QUAKER has been very dntheult to Hnance thxs year, and nt has requxred much sanlmg close to the wmd to be able to haxe It at all The bazaar was hard to manage for the same reason The Scarlet and Gray became solely a hugh school magazme thns year, consequently we had much to do to supply enough materlal for lf The success of the talks an assembly you can judge for your selves Ewen wnth all these respons1b1l1t1es, an whleh we really glorxed, the year has been one of our best There haxe been frequent partnes, we have taken our eagerly antnenpated tmp to Washnngton, and we haxe had our Sennor dance and all that goes wuth It And how we have reveled rn our superxor posntlon of leader' But once more we mw ardly tremble, wh n we rhmk of leavmg forever the school of whxch we have for so long formed a part The teachers, the students, the actlvntnes how we shall mnss them' I zjh 511 X H E Q A K E R 1 9 3 2 v v 1 v ' ' I I I ' 7 r ' 'K , ' , , ', -. 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Out XVc.st to be rtul 111 solld 1.h1pttrs on lIlLl.1S morns, 1lso 1 IUOLISIILIIL yup Ltt1t11 Stockttt, 1 padded Lltslx to msurt htr comfort xx h1lst ttuhmg 1lso 1 stt of t1'11n1ng ropts upon xx huh to ellmb to rtmoxe her pleturts, m1ps, LIL Iohn L Etter, IH 1nexh1ust1bl4 supply of h1s best btloxtd food, 1Iong xx1th 1n 111to 1111t1c s1lcncLr so that there xx1ll be no morn. ka runeh lu runeh, to d1sturb studtnts durmg test ptnods N1trr1ll G I-Imtt, 1 mcg1phom so that those who111 ht IS rtpr1m111Ll1n1g 111 stuclx l11ll 1111 ll Inst ht1r xxhat ht sxxs Illllbklh C, Ru11111trt, 1 mxx room, 111Llud111g ultqu 111 xx 1ll SPILL 1 l1l1ml Illll xx1ll 1,l1dt not f1ll doxx n, mtl 1 mountmg for har m1p of l1 Iranu. 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U Prophecy HI' scene opens xn the North Pole, 1950 'md 1 xcry desolate scene xt ns Nast xx lstes of snoxx and xcc, grly gulls vxhcclxng afar ln gray sky, and one lone xx 1lrus cungung most dxsconsolatelx to an lceberg I'Iovx sllent, hovx lonely the atmosphere' X nt dld I hear' Dxd xou Sly that the xwhole landsclpe looks 15 barren as 1 class mect1ng9 Ah you hate guessed lt Thxs spot has been chosen as the locatlon for 1 cllss meetmg, 1 nts xsolatlon renders t surtablc for the ncccsslry LOULLFIIIJIIOII XX here, you ask IS the cllss I do not knoxv, tnthtr If th y lrc not ln tht gym, SXXlI11I'l1lI12., pool or drug SIOIL, perhaps they made .1 mxstakc and vxtnt to the South Iolc Iqhzt sounds warmer Yes, there they are, cxrcled about an xced peppermmt pole whnch shows the weary group, I see that they are lxstenmg attentn ely to a speaker who IS none other than our old frlend and EdltOI'lI1 Chlef of the uaker, Mar1an Markle She 15 most eloquent Classmates, she ns saymg, get our uaker pubhshed' For the past elghteen years we have been meetxng at all ends of the earth to dxscuss our predxcament, and as yet we have not accomplnshed the mam object to wrnte the prophecy Sxnce we cannot publxsh our book vxxthout a prophecy, we must put ourselves serlously down to the task Come, classmates, co operation' Is our class to go down nn hxstory or notV' I-Ier aud1encc hung both xts heads It conslsted of two, Charlotte ones, now a prmcxpal of one of the leadmg schools m her own rnght, and Clmton Chambers, an out standxng exponent of school spxrxt At xntervals he had xnterrupted Mar1an wxth a serxes of prolonged shrneks which he termed team locomotxves At thus moment Tom Hormes, who had recently acqunred hxs Ph D , rushed up and began to speak but he was mtcrrupttd by the arxxval of a dxrngnble contamnng some more pcrsonagcs of thc class I watched them dravx near Fxrst clme Marlc Golding and Elizabeth Coihn chattering excxttdly to each other Marne declared that she could scarcely sparc the tnme from her chcmxstry research whxle Ehzabeth mformed her that she was at that moment contemplatmg some secret negotxatxons wnth Mahatma Gandhx concernxng an anr rand on johannesberg South Afrlca She had been a spy m the servxce of the Hxndu goxcrnment for several years and was the rnght hand woman of the commander of the axr force Close upon the1r heels came the famous Harry Ward, author of Why I-Iurryr I Don t and Fred Senlmg, vxho had succeeded Laxx renee Tnbbett m the Met ropolxtln opera md was rehearsxng at thus very moment hns role m Paglxaccx Vxr gxnxa Condon tht renovx ned dxctntnan, had just returned from Hollywood where shc hld succeeded nn rtduclng four out of f1VC movxe stars down to one hundred and tight coihn and all Betty Young and Edxth Muller were both declarmg that they were not lzfxz X T H E Q A K E R 1 9 3 2 X VL X v U J Y 7 'Al ' . , L E VL ' . . 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I I V , I l L K ' s ' ' f s 1' T fffj- ffm' XT!-IE QUAKER 19323 really' thirty nine but yyas it not wonderful the way soap kept one s skin' Yes, they yyere the oyy ners of Neyy York s smartest beauty shop Al Beycrle and hns sernous faced companlon, Clyde Clapp had attamed fame as engmeers Along yylth Donaldson lNay lor, the emment contractor, they had 1ntended to buxld a brldge to the South Pole, but at the last moment they decnded to come by dmgnble The last pas sengers yy ere ohn and Frank Chrlsthllf the famous tap dancmg team They rendered us a neat number ln honor of the occaslon Durmg the applause yy hleh folloyy ed the navngator of the dlrxgmble approached It yy as none other than Nlnldred Znmmermm, yyho It appeared had alvy ays had a suppressed love of aylatlon Charles Grayy the professional parachute jumper, had been one of then' number, but, from foree of hxblt had jumped out a wlndoyy' and yyould 1rr1ve a llttle late 'Ihe company assembled md began to dxscuss the subject nn hand, yy hen someone spied a battleshlp steaming toyy ard us and ploughmg the lee We eroyy ded to the shore, and yyere just mn tlme to greet our old frlend Bllly Haugh Bully nt appeared had groyyn so fond of benng addressed as Admnral durxng the Semor plly that Ile had jomed the Nayy lmmedntely after graduatlon I had somehoyy been under the IIU pressnon that he had b en huntmg bug game nn Afrnca all these years Bully s p1 ty of passengers was most select Besxdes hnmself he brought the yyell Ienoyyn Irofessor Snyder, exponent of the famous theory that two and tyyo equal flye I-Ie hid already entnrely Convmced himself partully conymced frnend Bully, and lmmedlately begin dnscussmng the matter yynth the rest of us Among Bllly s other noted passengers yy IS someone yyho yyas contlnually dashlng hlther and yon, vyaymg madly a scarlet robe NW as ns possxblea Apparently nt yyas, for Ernest Mlller, the lad yy ho put the Spanluds to shame, Izrnne had become a toreador' After recoyermg from th1s shock I turned my attentlons to another IH the party Albert Cook I had understood from some authentlc mformatxon that he had entered the pol1t1cal vyorld and aft 1 a few yy ords wnth h1m I learned further that hls lnfe project at present was to relleye the Lnlted States flom the country yylde depresslon, noyy nearmg IIS twentleth bxrthday I yyxshed h1m success, and turned just IH tlme to greet Emll I-Iennmg and Betty Wens Izmxl yy as 1 popular neurologlst yy ho dey oted hns attentlons solely to patxents of the female great clrrymg poyy ers that her cheery Hello yyas an asset to the pl lee lu t 19 I left them, yy ho should come trelelemg mto elmp but Mary Lentz and I-Iarrlet 'Naylor Both Ind yy alleed all the yy ay Nllfy vyas noyy 1 pamter of nnternatlonll ftme mel hyd punted many seenes en route She exlublted some for our beneflt shoyynng munly her flyorltes Aretle Tse tse Illes tt Worle and Penguins Pllyboys of the Poles Har rnet yy ho had studled lmeuages lfter gI'1dLllIlOll, launehed mto 1 brnllnnt desernptnon of th journey but sxnee her telehers at eolleee Ind neglected to dlfferentllte betyyeen the m my tongues her speeeh yy ts ull Creele to us, and her efforts yy ere yy lsted They told us thlt they had plssed Kly Ienlleh Il lN1.llllg on a bxeyele bullt for tyyo yy ho Ind b en delayed by ture trouble She tlso hyd 1 great deal of dntheulty bllll1LlI151 lt smee Illrry had at th llst moment deended to eome by LIIIIQIIDIL To our surprlse yye Sty ,- , -,-, -l, 1 1' a 1 " ' Y Y ' V Y , Y I 17 ' ' 9 le , Y . . . . 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J ' ' e, - V ,1 . - 1 1V' 1 s 1 V ' 1 - ' 1 V1 .'f,'!,' U vrexx ed strll another passenger just emergrng from the shrp It was Elrnor Tollrnger xx ho told us that she had just been grxrng her pet mongoose rts drnner and had stayed on shrpboard to xxatch th dear thrng elt rt She had been the oxerseer of the Wash rngton zoo for some trme and had brought her fax orrte lrttle Nlongx rlong on hrs Hrst trrp The meetrnz xxas once agarn called to order and xxas agarn rnterrupted by the arrrx al of Emrly Xassauer on her steed Bartholomew Close behrnd came Kay Wagner and her Ford contarnrng Helen Nrxdorff Martha Dreyer Vlary Ellrs Carrnes and Ruth Hynn After 1 mrnute rnspectron rt was drscovered that poor Bartholomew xx as toxx mg the Ford as that machrne had collapsed just past the mrd vxay mark Pmrlx rt vx s lerrned ovx ned a raneh rn Wallr Walla and wxas breedrng race horses Kay stepped from the ear rnd just about bowled over the entrre assemblrge vrrth her unrquc rttrre become 1 platrnum blond movre actress and dazzled us all yxrth her sn Ike lrke xx rlk Nlary Ellrs the xxorld s most rdeal nurse rmmedrately drsappeared rnto a snoxw bank and could not be found anywhere because of her whrte unrform We searched rn xarn untrl an echorng sneeze shoxx ed us where she was Helen was now a dashrng trapeze artrst her trarnrng acqurr d by clrmbrng rn and out of rumble seats Martha was now an author of consrderable note her most successful book berng The Automobrle Grrls on Horseback just as thrs group had been welcomed and settled Admrral Haugh who had been vrexxrng the surroundrngs through hrs telescope suddenly pornted tovx ard the horrzon There loprng mto srght came Margery Crarg on the back of the strangest lookrng anrmal I had ever seen As she drew nearer I percerved that rt was nothmg more than a camel attrred rn several raccoon coats When Margy had drsmounted she explamed that srnce the success of her first book a brography of the great traveler Lawrence she had been lrvrng rn a comfortable tent rn the Sahara When the trme came to leave srncc she srmply could not part from Larry her camel she bought hrm the coats and here she was She rnformed us that Robert Cromwell now known as Sultan Cronny expressed hrs regrets and sard that he would be unable to attend because of the rmmr nent arrrval of a new shrpment of Zrdfields glorrfied Scotty Horner who was hrs chref bookkeeper would perforce be absent srnce her presence was needed at the harem to see that the budget was kept wrthrn bounds Margy also brought us news of Don Wrlson who had recently been awarded several honors for hrs brax ery rn the Coast Guard servrce She sard that he was unavordably delayed because hrs new unrform had not arrrved from the tarlors and he refused to appear wrthout rt Now everyone was here or accounted for except Jeanne Delevre No here she was just emergrng from a nerghborrng rgloo She sard she always spent her summers at the South Pole and rnxrted us rn to cut the annrversary cake Thus thrs annual class meetrng whrch had by now become almost a custom began The norse whrch the class made everyone talkrng at once and each clamorrng to be Szrfr one W T H E Q A K E R 1 9 3 2 v. v . . D A Y D . ' 9 Y L ' I D V. I . , . . . , ' e . . ' - - ' sy 1 . 1 ' , ' s A X if, L ' ' 'V V ' y 1 ,' ' s v a ' v. ' , Y v ' V I 1 1 I E Q v I - . x a A . . E 1 A 1 1 . I I ' . L 1 i I Y' I. . . , , ,.. 8 A ' ',,,, rl l'J,,' rag xl - Q v 1 - ' L, V r ss ' 1 s I f - s '. 1 ' . ' ' ' ' 17' 'A ' ' 4 ' . t She owned a fashionable shop in Paris, and designed all her own clothes. Ruth had 1 . ' e ' , . V ' r -' ' 'r . A v ' , v ' ' , ' ' r ' ' v C v f . ' . , . . V . . , . . .6 . . . . . A . . ,Q . . T 33 . , . , , . , . . . y . . ' 7 , . . ' . . . Y I 3 Y . . . ' . Y , . , Y I V ' . 9 9 Y I ' -- V . . . , . . ' Y 1 , A 7 ' v r ' ' 1 . . , . . , . . . D , y . . I Y Y. . . , . Y ' , . . THE QUAKER 1932 heard. eonyineed me of the fact that this meeting would he continued on until the end of time. and eyen then might he perpetuated in the next world. I determined to leave them to their squahbling in peace. As I rounded one corner of an iceberg, my little luireli-barlt canoe almost tipping oyer. I turned back to gave once more upon the scene. The elnss of 1932 was silhouetted now against the lowering sun. their black figures startlingly clear before the slty. When their noise had at last diminished in my ears. I decided to stop it all by simply writing for them what I had seen. but which had apparently passed unnoticed before their eyes. I submit it now to you under the title of Prophecy. although it .tetually is .1 History. in hopes that you will remember that life is often stranger than lietion, and that the things you Iiaye read ahoye are tlierefore not totally impossible or unlvelieyalole. A fc Fly'- Ill W S KER X XTHE QUA 1932 The Scarle+ and Gray S+aFf ASSI5fdVlf EIIUOTS CHARLOTTE JONES FLIZABETH C01 I N Bzmmss Managz rs DONALD Wu sox CLINTON CHAMBER joux HlNilS Girls Albldlu FMILT NAs5AL1R S Edzfor nz Cbm JEANNE DELEVIE EXIIJKIIIQLS Cu or CLAP1 Social Nohs HELYN NIXDORII SUM Pr rsonals RL TH FLYNN 'VIARIAN MARKLE Lllz ram EdIf0fS HARRIET NAYLOR MARY LLNTZ Euxou TOLLINQER B05 s Afbla hm ALBI R1 Bl um 1 U The Square Pregzdent JEANNE DELEVIE Vzce Presnlenl RUTH E FLYNN Secretary MARIAN V MARKLE Trvasurzr ELIZABETH COFHN OME years ago an organnzatnon was formed by a group of gnrls for the purpose of promot1ng school spmt and a better feeling among the gxrls whnch became known as the Square, smce only g1rls who llved up to that name were admltted as members In order to belong to th1s soclety certaln crednts were to be made through athletlcs, dramatlcs, and lnterary work At the present tlme all glrls who take an actnve part nn all of the schools work and who show the proper spnrnt are taken 1nto the Square as soon as the necessary credxts have been made and thexr names have been passed by the entire faculty and by the unammous vote of all 1ts members In addntnon to nts vast mfluenct on the gurls because of the fine spmt whnch nt creates the Square gnves baskets to poor famllles at the Christmas season Durmg the past year xt took charge of sendmg clothes to mmers nn the mountams of North Caro Ima who were partncularly needy It endeavors to co operate ln all school affanrs and attempted during the past year to entertam the students durnng the mormng assembly Flowers and letters of cheer are always sent to any members who are 1ll There lS no other orgamzatnon ln the school whlch exerts such a large mfluence on the student body as a whole It was formed for a definite purpose and has mam tamed nts orngmal arm throughout nts existence Its motto "Be Square" ns a by word of the school, and may nt continue to be so, not only among nts members, but also by all of those who may hear lt' Sznfv fiat' X T H E Q A K E R 1 9 3 2 X , g V yy,r 1, ' 52? .. I I ' U25 I ' 143 'ff f W L XTHE QUAKER 1932K The Glee Club HL GLILIL CLUB has been unusually successful thus year nn gxung 1ts customary eycle of musxcal events The hrst part of the cycle naturally benng the Chrnstmas mterpretatnons was recexved wnth a great deal of enthusxasm and pra1s whnch was duly bestow ed on the hard workxng group of musxcal mxnds The second part of the cycle and truly the most dnfflcult and tedlous work of the entnre schedule was the annual operetta Thls year The Wlllow Plate by Edna Randolph Worrell was presented It was a Chxnese story based on the famous legend plctured on Chxnese porcelaxn ware The plot tells of an unscrupulous Mandarm who determmes on an adm antageous match for hxs beautxful daughter Kong See who ns herself nn love vuth her father s secretary The Mandarxn dxscovers h1s dau hter s affectnons and banxshes the loy er and the sy mpa thnzmg nurse from hns kmgdom Howeyer Chang the lover secretly returns and pmcss reigns over all Mary Ellns Calrnes took the part of the los er Martha Dreyer the part of the nurse Jeanne Delevle the part of the wealthy Ta Jm Margaret Rels the part of the Mandarm and Nancv Erlsenbraek the part of Kong See The thlrd and final part of the cycle vms completed vuth the renderxng ot the graduatlon songs at the very end of the sehool year And oh hon sweet those songs sound to the ear of more than one for they me1n that the year has been completed synth success and accomphshment unequaled at any other tnme Null ul : . , , . 7. V. . w , U , - , ' U . I I . I 2 I l Il Y V 9 '7 Y - - 3 , . . . v - .. - - ,, ' Y 5 ' ' I 7 . . . . . , 3 3 Y ' ' v I 0 ' ' A V v - . g . . . Y . . Y V ' Y Y 3 elopes with the fair Kong See, much to the delight of the audience, and supreme hap- , I . . V . . Y y V 9 ' s 1 , 1 ' ' ' ' . I 3 I VA 1 l 7. 1 1 . A 1 1 1 . I y vl Y l l ' I Ill t ' ' a , . . Y' ' Q I l - l 1 ' Y I . i gTl-IE Q U AKER 1932g Sfudeni' Council Prrvldcnf Vice Prcsnlz nt Francns Chmarcl B tty Lehr Hugh Johnston Edward Smith Bowchtch Hunter Frances Brown Sz HJ seven CHARLOTTE JONES MARGARLT Rus Mary BOlg1JUO Barbrmra Lentz hrncst Mnller Harry Ward Don1ld Wnlson I Secretary ,,., ...,.. , .,,. ,.,. ,....... H A R RIET NAYLOR U Dramahcs N THI Di lmxtits Dtplrtmtnt splendid successes luxe been made in tht three major pioduttions ot tht xtn Xxmtlx in the Dtelxmxtion Conttst tht Doll Shoxx ind tht S moi Plix llxlxbtth Roberts xx is xxx udtd tht gold mtdxl for hist pllet IIUODQ5 tht tonttst xnts in tht 1Dk,tl'llTllUOI'l Contest Txxo seniors folloxx td tlostlx Tlxtx xxert Hxrrittt Xlylill xx ho xx as rmktd runner up, 1nd tmnt Dtltxit, xxho ottupitd third plxtt C 11111111 llttlxtr 1 freshman fiom xx hom the sehool txptets muth, xx IS fourth All been xblt to single out tht xxinntrs Copptlia xx as tht pllx presented by tht high school at tht time of the Bazlar Tht pllx did muth to make tht Bazaar the sueeess that it xx as, and the seniors in thargt hmrtilx appreenttd tht to operation of the other elasses in the produttion 'Viary and Charlotte Bolgiano, .1 junior and sophomore, xxtre mxaluablt Whthout their eharming and sxmpathttle dance interpretations the play eould not luxe been neailx .15 great a triumph as it xx IS The able assistance of those vxho helped with the stxgt xxork as xx ell as the other actors, was greatly appreciated This xear the Senior Class presented Green Stockings in order to raise money to meet tht expenses of the year book The heroine, Marian Markle, and hero, Ernest Miller xx ere quite conxmemg in their roles These characters were supported by a cast xx hich eonsisttd of Ieanne Delex ie, Clyde Clapp Betty Young Robert Cromxx ell, V 11 liam Haugh Katharine Leilich Margery Craig, and Frank Christhilf The other Seniors helped to make 1 success of the txxo performsmees by doing xarious odd jobs By the rtsponst of tht auditntts md xxxth the and of Miss Woods the plax xx as tonsidtrtd a 5ULLL5S 5zxtx it R T H E Q A K E R 1 9 3 2 . Y J . , A , 1 1 ' -1--1 . v, 1 1 ' , 1, .' - - A 1 vx I V, x ' . I 1' f . . i 1 v I ' ,, 1 V - V, . , 1 1 , ' -- -1 . , . - 1 - il Q V xx V I , Q -,C 1 ' 7 N' iw 1 V 'T 5 'QC 1 the entrants were so excellent that only the most discriminating of judges would have Y' T x .- 7, rf x - Y x'1 5 7 x . ' l D 1 1 I , x ,1 1 ' r -' 1 1 1 , ' 1 ' 1 1 ' . V . ,. . ,, . . v A 1 ' 1 V' "' , y 1 V V ' 1 K - 1 t 1k 1 r K ' 1 ' -' . .Mx -'-811,11 A Til' IPHII IIL NE S XT!-IE QUAKER IQSZX Foo+ball HE football eason of 1931 hved up to lts reputatlon of former years and emerged successful The team won Hve games and lost three Frlends fimshed second ln the B conference of the Maryland Scholastxc League losmg only to Dunhams and defeatmg Southern H1gh Donaldson Vocatloral and Marstons The members of the team were Laptam Frank Chrlsthnlf J Chnsthxlf Ward Clapp Beyerle Naylor Wxl Mntchtll and Kelley Belovs are the scores Frrcnds Frnends Friends Yrncnds friends Frnends Friends Fruends S 11 Southern Hugh Donaldson Xocatnonal Marstons Charlotte Hall Wnlmxngton Dunhams McDonogh l son, Chittum, Vincenti, Sweeny, Bond, Himes, Graw, Evans, Frey, Doeller, Miller, ' I4 ' 0 ' 33 4 ' I3 ' ' , ' I 33 . ' 6 . , , . 14 . . 1 , . . 0 l , 0 . , . .l4"1'1' fy XT1-IE QUAKER 1932K Swlmmmg Team HE Swxmmmg pulled through twelve hard meets nn fanrly good shape and Hmshed up by takmg second place m the Maryland Interscholastnc Champnonshnps on March 14th With four lettermen returnmg from last year s team Captam Chr1st hllf Cromwell Wilson and Frey Coach Peacock developed much green maternal mto conslstent winners They were Alan H1ll Ed Scheer Johnny Blucher Bull Elhs Sam Moore and Bob Moses Captam Chrlsthnlf was undefeated nn hns event the 100 yard backstroke Don Wllson swxmmmg m the 50 yard dash was a sure pomt wmner The prospects of the team for next year are very brlght and although the graduatmg members wnll be mnssed wlth consequent practnce the team we feel sure wall develop 1nto one of champnonshnp cahber Bt tufx rn O O . . , . . . , ' 9 a 1 ' 1 7 v x . , - . , ' , . 1 1 1 9 L Hz.. 'ul lv KTHE QUAKER 19323 Baske+ball HL blsketbill season vas not such 1 llrge suceess for thxs war The team von ut tour 3.111165 and lost hfteen Niost of the Ames lost houuer were declded fu members of the tum were C1pt1m Buerle Chusthnlt XX nd NNI Bond I1lI'l1LS Volt Qhlmburs SIIIHLI and NILIXIII x zzfx I J . ,, S W "A '25 'iw Q ' qw v "' . K J I : L., K V- l LJ, -, ' 1 , , by not more than Ll few points. The prospect for next year seems very bright. '1. . , , ,L A L' ,Q J. I Avkeor. , ' '.', H A, N 4 ' I, 1 4 "', . A ' 'V . ,QHTF 9 rw THE QUAKER 19323 X .... ll? A-4 Lacrosse HE prospects for a successful lacrosse season are very good th1s year E1ghr of last year s team have reported to Coach Tom Bxddnson and a champlonshlp team should be bullt around them Those of last year are F Chrxsthllf Naylor Hnmes Ward Wllson Clapp Beyerle and J Chrlsthllf Captam The new men who have shown up well m practlce are Wolf Sweeny Shafer Melvin Bond Evans Chambers and Doeller SKI fu E JR 1.1 4 - 3 , . . . . 9 ' ' Y Y Y 9 3 3 5 ' Y ' I Y ' 9 I 5 S 3 3 ' . tv Ny- hr" U Tennls s 1 Il.,1 T11L 1L1111 10st 011 1 1110 111111 ULli,11 111L L,I'1L1Lllll0I1 01 111L 1117 L us 11111L1s 1'1ll1L1y 111L1 R1L1111 10 I1 11s ll L 1 11111 1 L L L 11111 L L11 11L11 1011111 SNK LL111 1 Ill Ll L S0 f11 t11L tL1111 111s bL11L11 X'1L1,0ll0" 1 L T011 1011 1111.2 1 111 1111 1111 11111L11Ls 1L1 10 bL p111 KL 111 UL Go HIS 1L11 1 11011 11111 111L1 1 L0111p11L11LL1 sL11LL1111L 01 101111 L11 11111L11Ls 111111 sL11001s lll 111L1 0111 of 15111111101L 1NLI1 1110uL11 t11L tL 1111 11 15 grL.1t11 0utL11s5LL1 If 114111 11s 011 I1 1 111111 suL11 11111 0pp0Q111011 18 C111 1011 T011 s011 T0111L, 1.01011 1111.1 ot11L1 111'gL SL 1001s As golf 15 111111111 r1s111-1 from 11s 11111101 1103111011 I1"ll5 11.1111 111LL 111 11111 rL L LLL1 If IS 11111114 111L f0u11 111011 f01 11L futurs. 011LS 11 11L11 11111 bL 11211 111L1 1111 1110rL SLlpp0II 01111 1110 111L111bL1s 01' 1111 XLII s tL1111 11 LrL 1L11 T11LsL, C1r1111 p111111g 1'lI5I 111111 1111 51111111 11111111- sLL011L1 10r111LL1 11111 01 11L 10u1s0111L 111L 0111Lr 11111 01 1111 11 11 IS 11p0sLL1 01 S1111L1 l1lIL 111111 1111 '11 111111111111 1011111 T11 1L1111 V118 1s0 L111LrLL L L 1 L 111 L11L1 lllk 1L11 111 L 1I'1l1k Lr 1111 N llf 1 111 T H E Q A K E R 1 9 3 2 I-Ili 1c11111s p1'0spL-L1 101' 1111s yC.ll' LlI'C f.111'1" bf' 11. 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XTHE QUAKER 1932w Hockey HI: hockey team played a larger schedule than usual this season Out of the six games played two were won and four lost Peggy Herman our captain starred on the attack while Emily Nassauer was a tower of strength on the defense Mary Ellis Cairnes played an excellent game at goal Prospects for next year art good since only four of the team will be lost by graduation The schedule was as follows F1 lends Friends Friends Friends Friends Penn Hall Garrison Forest Notre Dame Bryn Mawr Roland Park The regular line up was M Bolgiano Herman fCapta1nj ones Flynn B Lentz De Alba Maldeis Erkenbrack Nassauer Barbieri and Cairnes Substitutes were Metz Foibush and Nixdorff ff 1 ' 1 I ' Q , . . . . ' , i ' 'i .... ,,.......... S . . 0 i ..., ........ . . 0 N i ' i ,...... ....4,,... 3 . Friends ,.,.,,.,.,... ,,,. 3 Girls' Latin i ..,. . ..v........ 1 , i .,..,.......... , . 1 - ' I ! i 1 J v ,Y v - v 4 7 a y 1 i is i - i ' ' I , - Y Q I Sczwzfy- 'rv XT:-IE QUAKER 1932K Swimming HI' svnmmnrg, team ns our chlef clanm to fame and glory We challenge anyone to dlspute our right to a champlonshxp 'Vlanx gurls are mterested ID svummmg and the team IS exceptnonally strong Because of the lack of hugh sehool teams rn the exty fevx meets haxe been scheduled but vue haxe vson all the meets so far lNotre Dame, vthnch alwx ays has a strong team has been defeated tvuce, and we hope to nm from Forest Park and Notre Dame agam In the meets Betty Young, the Cilpfllln dmd the dnmg and svn am anchor on the relay Marnan Markle vas depended on to vm the baclxstroke and Fmlly lNassauer cqualed ThlS year sexen of the team graduate However, as there are manv enthusn asts of sxxnmmmg m the hugh school and mtermedlate, vue hope to contmue to have a champxonshnp team Those recenme thenr letters are Xoung QCHDIIIHJ lrnee Caxrnes, Flynn Deluxe Oldham Muller Nlarlele QN11nager lN1ssauer Llstxuele Bloede ZllTlITlLI'l'I1Zll1 Lehi Herman Ind C Bol3,1.1n0 M .uh .911 I I I l O . 1 5 ,' ' A, , ' ' l' , ,l ,, V s I . 7 I 1 - ' ' l - .' v , , V , r v v 1 I V Y V 7 ' E l 7. I ' VA . , . s . s V l f A ' ' Y 'I ' 3 I V 1 . . , . . usually captured the free style events. Several records were lowered, and old marks - l 1 ' V' y 1' 1 1 A 7 .' J ' - , ' 1 , x fx t K ' 9 9 1 I 9 K, .. It ,yy vu ,':,,u., ' . t , . ,'. -UT.. .- ", XT!-IE Q UAKER 1932w , . , .. . v. x nr all Baskefball LTI-IOUCJH the basketball team won only one game most of the scores were very close Four of the games were lost by less than five pomts The brrght spot m the team was Emxly Nassauer whose fine work at gulrd kept down our opponents scores effectn ely The mterclass games xx ere won by the umor team vshxch vas made up of B Lent? fC1pta1n M Bolglano Maldels Herman De Alba and Erkenbrack They defeated the Semors ZS to 14 and the Sophomores 38 to 6 The scores of the varsnty games were as follows I'r1ends I'r1ends I rnends I rltnds I rlends Frrends Garrlson Forest XV 1lmmgton I'r1ends Alumnae I Bryn Mawr Roland P1rk Grrls Latm Those on the team were Herman Maldels Deleue B Lentz Dreyer Xfassauer and jones QCapt my Substrtutes were Dc Alba Barbrerl Tollmger and Forbush S 1 5 , K , K , ., . V V J . , 7 . V . . . l J, . ' , ', , , . 1' , .. 19 l ' , 20 ' ..,.. 40 'V ' 1 " . , 19 :" ,. ,..,.. 25 .' ,..,. . . 26 Friends . . . . . , 18 lNotre Dame . . . . 23 "1 . . ...., 18 ' . . 55 IA' . , ..,..l4 4 .31 3 ,.4,. . ,..,,, 19 ' , ' ,,.,,.. 21 2. . f , , , , . 'um' fly- vzwr XTHE QUAKER 19323 . sw . . .ze Xflzmxiqll Lacrosse RIEINDS was one of the first schools to Introduce lacrosse vxhnch promnses to become mcreasmgly lmportant around Baltlmore Thus sprung a Baltnmore Lacrosse Assoclatlon for Women was formed to sponsor thus comparatnely new game Sex eral hugh schools are also begmnmg lacrosse At Trnends prospects look b tter than exer before A proof that lacrosse ns bccommg more popular IS that fifty erght glrls 1nclud mg, the mtermednates are takmg the sport From thrs large group nt 15 hop d that a Hne team vull develop Games are to bt scheduled xuth Bryn 'Vlavxr Roland Park Garrnson Forest Mount Washnngton and any other schools vsh1ch haxe teams Sn bush and Barbncrn Others out for lacrosse are 'Vhller Ravsllngs Canrnes Malders Norrns Nassauer Bolgnno ones and Young Wrth so many gurls taklng the sport and xuth Mrs Mxllard and Mnss Claybroolx to coach us vu expect to haw 1 xsmmng nam S nlx 1 1 l , V . ' Y . . mi . x . . - . . , . - . 7 . . , . . . . . S A V. I x N x V- .7 A 7 , 'Q . y , y Y i Y . v . players are left from last year's team, including Lentz. Herman, Naylor, Bloede, For- , '. " s A ' , V ' ",, ' ' . , t , .K , J , I ,. Y . . 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