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

 - Class of 1948

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I nib 7 FEL en iam .lx 4 - A , X . 7 AME F onsYTH AUBREY Then slu ur ulfl tall ye gorls how she would Ia Have you heard the latest recordlng of the B Mznor Mass seen the current ex hlblt at the art museum been to the last Baltlmorc bymphony concert? Do you haye a soul? If so you are destlned to we hear the cry of art for art s sake we reallze that another one of Aubrey s tlrades on llfe IS forthcommv She IS the only person m the class completely ab sorbed m the worldly aspects of llfe Nevertheless we couldnt get along wlth out her 3lUl1S1I1g posters and uzll ar tlcles We drdnt fully realize thls untll she stay ed ln Texas for all of her yunlor year When she came back mth a heayy sun tan horn rnnmed glasses and southern drawl, we were really surprlsed When Annle leaves Frxends we foresee a blg future for her as the world s fore most female pamter ll l Quill Niall' 1 llazaa r PAUL BILGER, JR 4 hon among ladzes ts a most dreadful thing Shakespeare A flash of blllldlllg color looms into Qlpht 'l he Aurora Borealis? No It s only laul Ill one of hlS multl colored sport jackets and brllllant tres One IS further aware of hlm as he keeps the physics the farm, but pure corn can be very nourlshlng after a steady diet of mathe mat1cs He IS also noted for his never ending variety of glrls, whlch he escorts to the various dances, and all of them agree that he 15 a marvelous dancer llght on hrs feet and qulck with the fancy turn Hts projects for MISS Stock ett have been the envy of the whole school for there IS a professional look about them that none of us could ever hope to achleve Although not many of us know this Paul spends his spare time play mg the vlolm and some day he may be a close second to Yehudl Menuhm Who knows? rm a 'l 1 Wrestling Team X Ba ke-llnall 3 War-.ny latmsse 4 I' ,- , , f -A , ' V . I ' - 1 ,7 i Lk ' 'o 1: '44 l 54- S6 ' ' ' ' ,I ? 71 r, ' , . . lk."- lmc - . . . . , A , ' n I Q U 1 I " , become a close friend of Annels. When Class lively with his l1Um0I'-SUiClly OH Y Y , , ' , . . 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Youn Stacks of books and no homework done rwht Mr Denk9 Its just that she alvyays has somethlng else to do We see ,Ioycc perpctually flllllllllff through the h ull yelloyy papcr ID h md begglng for the yearbook yyrxteups yyhlch are lonff oyerdue In splte of the seemmg lack of OFCZIIIILHUOII the yyork somehow alyyays cels ln on tune One of the most versa tlle people lll the senlor class, Joyce causes constant murmurs of how does and doyyn at basketball and hockey prac tue or up and down the plano keyboard ln assembly lf you read thls ln finlshed copy lt yylll only be because Joyce once more made the deadlme o clltoru ualer 4 Qu I Staff 2 3 1 ar lty Hockey 3 fa a War I y Ba ctball 3 1 fla s Trea urer 2 qenate RQPTEHCHIKIISP 3 4 Chairman of Welfare Lomnuttee 3 4 Qoczal COIUIHIIIEE 3 4 Re ll :fu L1 f nnnuttee Nate yy as Hrst amonff us ln our Junior ycar We soon found he was always rc rdy to houlder a new load such as Nllllllf Boys Spnls this yelr XVe and hun .1 laurcl yyreath for being chlef fc ttcr 1ncr of ysswnmcnts on time to The Iualcer lllll XVe also enyy ,lack hls lat summer Must be qulte the llfe Yyijflxlllf' H1 a Girl Scout camp ,lust hlm and umpteen IT'Illl10Il glrls But we hear hc 15 not fomf back thus year 'lhmk school he shoyyed au early lnterest ln biology and one day got so enthuslastlc III has CXPCTIIUCIII that hlS specimen Wlartha Hoffman that ISD stabbed hlm ln the hand wlth a pair of scissors He holds a steady posltxon m the first qulntlle 'No surprlse that he was among the first accepted ln college Yea, Buck ne ' hull Staff 1 Qual er Qtaff 4 Xarslty Foot ha Team 3 4 Yar ny lacrosse Team 4 a 1 c 'lcam . ,A fb' K - 2 LQ ' 77 . 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Uwol 470- ff ,V ,WJ "' 1,0 '1fff?'f" ff! 1' 6' rin' L HJ! sl V MP6 5 JV My ll MLK ,af M 11'-1 0 Louls JOHNSTON CARR Wuh a smzle that was chzldlzke and bland Shakespeare Look for that beammg personality the blond halr and the ready smlle Look for the red Chrysler convertlble and a new sun tan, acqulred partly III the At lantlc and partly m the Gulf we hear Louis IS our student of pol1t1cs He can glve you the latest sales tax statistics or expound upon the benefits of the new freeway plan wlth the greatest of ease Spanish IS one of hls favorlte subjects You should hear hlm roll hns r s for la Senora Barnes Louls IS one of the mem bers of the sub basement muscle pullmg squad lwrestlmg team to youl and finlshed the season as one of the top scorers Come sprmg when most fellows' f8IlClS turn to lacrosse Louls turns to tenms although rumor has It that he doesnt completely lgnore the ladies Varsity Football 3 4 Wrestlmg Team 3 4 Class Treasurer 4 J .f - " ' A 7, ' L, I If bf W R nw' . 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CQ n , .J yr' J ' s ,57- , X .1 N aj 'll' I f Ext IJ . . , . . . 3 ' 3 . . , . . . 9 . , , . . . , - . 1 o 7 ' , Vaaomca CLoos Deeds not words Fletcher Ever slnce Veromca entered F rlends School ln the fourth grade she has been known for her rellablllty and qulet man ner whlch have won the respect of all In a steady, unobtruslve way she has made a name for herself not only ln the classroom but on the 8thlCtlC Held She recexved her blazer m her junlor year In addltlon to all thls she has been prac tlcally a charter member of the Rellglous Llfe Commlttee and th1s year worked hard on the Red Cross Drive And last but certalnly not least as captain of the class basketball team she led us on to VlCl0f, ln the annual class tournament Mrs Mlllard teases Veronlca about that scared rabblt look she gets on her face when shes worrled about a game but an abundance of determmatlon mevlt ably produces success Quzll Staff 4 Quaker Stal! 4 Tenms Team 2 3 4 Varslty Basketball 3 4 Varsity Hockey 4 Religious Llfe Committee 3 4 Fhamnan of Bazaar Play 3 Chamnan of Sandwich Supper 4 'JC lsew- JXNL' JOHN ALEXANDER COURTNEY, Jn Of science and logic he chatters As fine and as fast as he can Though I am no judge of such matters I' m sure he s a talented man Praed A young smiling face was seen on the campus twelve years ago It belonged to a petit representative of innocent child hood now known as John Courtney John today holds the distmctlon of being co-editor of the Quill and has been doing an excellent job on those very difficult editorials. His ambition is to be a writer of some merit. Robert Louis Stevenson serves as his guiding light. John's des- perate attempts in French class to sound like a native Frenchman sometimes fool his classmates but never Mr. Richardson. ln chemistry John is Mr. Swift's pride and joy. John was voted most likely bachelor in the senior class, but you never can tell. The impossible does hap- pen sometimes, and John, pipe and all, might be the first to get married. Co-Editor of Quill, 43 Assembly Committee, 45 Religious Life Committee, 45 J. V. Lacrosse, 3, 4. GEORGE PARKER Dlx, J R Comb down hrs hatr' Look' Look' It stands on end Shakespeare George Dlx, five feet six, blond, and ap- proximately a hundred pounds, IS never theless a big man ln the class of 4-8 He came to us from Poly ln hrs sophomore vear, but he has made such a deep lm- pression on us that he was voted the boy with the best personality. George- Mike to most of us and Cox to Miss Stockett-is often seen with a Pepsodent smile and Mary Ellen. Interested in ge- ology and the aforementioned person, he is heading for Hopkins next year. The lacrosse team has been blessed for two years with Mike's stickwork at the goal, and he was a most capable quarterback on this year's Quaker football squad. Crewcut and all, Mike is noted for his mathematical mind and his quick wit. Varsity Football, 3, 45 J. V. Basketball, 3: Varsity Lacrosse, 3, 4, Co-captain, 44 Bazaar -Miniature Train. ,Jeb 6,5 Q,Q.kxs-kb3 ssl to 'wee is 1 i'x , if . N. V A . , s K, A . 'X R N I X'-IXLTX. M- if li, lf v I . - X f' ' W. IA l i r i i J I Nz:-."' 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I ' I y 0 q.fJ' DAVID DONALD F ISCHER He was a man o an unbounded stomach Shakespeare Dont ask Don for a date on Frlday mghts cause hes already got one wlth hls llttle slster or hlS boy scouts Any other time he can be seen breezm around ln hls llttle Plymouth the one without the mufller We all remember the potato salad and hot dogs he brought out to Oregon for the junlor senior plc mc last year Everythmg rolled all over the back seat Poor Don couldnt stay because he had to help hls mother wlth the sprung house cleamng Don IS really a wonderful person to have around ln time of need he has provlded the sole means of transportatlon to and from class plcmcs, and whenever we need someone to solve our buslness problems Don always comes throuffh Man 3llV6l How that man dld sweat over the Ba zaar this year' But lt was worth lt, the results were terrlfic ff fhalrman of Bazaar 4 lar ny Football X os e 2 QPIIHIP l Y1cePre1flen o f las 5' Jon VAN SCHROYER GAVER To baguzlo mom om! be beguzlrl In one Qhalxe peare Joan IQ often seen hurrylng downtown with hfr llttle red suitcase on her way to another modelm job Very petlte hair romlmed yu t so she always looks a neat is a pm It seems at times t at hmr app: lrame hflles her hahlts Has mxone sfen the jewelry table order hook? lnfortunately no What con fusion' All w 1s Hnally settled hut some one sald they had notlced a few gray hurs newly saequlrecl The older mem hers of the rlass can recall the ffood olcl days IH Mlss lvoodss room when we heard Joan maklng desperate attempts to Nllss Woods ch'1 rm It IS stlll as hl h as eur Howeur It seems to pro dune the de ned effect on the opposite sew The Gas er residence has become a som 1al renter for Pmehurst and vlclnlty ee Ha mn n lla: 3 l Bow fam un en a ne alrman f J wt y Ta ple ff' E , , N. I V f ,cf 1 u f .vs 4: '4 - -I, - v' i, I-v , ' Y o -Q ' ' 7 7 ' Y- ki. . 1 i . . g , in Y , S N . M i Y ' ' Q ' , S if ' . - . ' - ll 9 V .. C V . 4 7 M - . . . . k . W h I G A . . , Y ' to lower her high pitr-hed voice. Much . . L , fs lg . i . . . . .g h vi I V W 7 . x - V Y D . . . S' - n M. 3'-I ' . 1 V S' j . l, 2, 33 J. Y. Basketball. 1. 2. 33 J. '. La- Cl - fflulr. l: 'ell ' to 11... - : 'ling cr .s . l. 3 . , g " - s' t f T' . 3: ll.:K..'K. Reg -sf I I' ", 13 Co- l ,s, 2, 3. ffll ' ' o v- -lry' 'l '. 1. Ji WI Q. hh M jim W W BENJAMIN FRANKLIN HEABN, III FREDERICK HECH1' All mankmd loveth a lover Emerson The catchtng grm of our favorlte Ro meo was first slghted at F S 111 the tenth grade Hls ready humor made htm frlends wlth all One especlally fwe mentton no namesl seems to be a con stant companlon ln school and out You d have thought the world had ended for a certaln red head when Beau stralned a muscle ln a football game But usually the centermg for football was excellently managed-enough to gam the tltle at the last game of un sung hero Beau has also done hls share of luckmg up dlrt on the lacrosse field lf you pass Senora Barnes class and hear low whtsperlngs from the back of the room lt s Shipley telling Beau the answer to a questlon But It cant be dented that Beau pays full attention to the teacher most of the tlme We hear that contrary to the wrshes of some Beau will spend the summer at Mt Pocono Varstty Football 3 4 Var ny Lacrosse 4 .l V Basketball 3 Quaker Stall' 4 He knew whatevefs to be known Butler Ted drlves up Ln the red Plymouth con vertlble pulls on the brake fPlCk8 up the bolts that just fell off the backl and out fall about thlrteen guys the ones that always crowd m at the last mmute so somebody has to thumb lus way home Ted IS one of the oldest Inmates of Friends Remember the rare and Hendlsh days In the eighth grade when Ted was presldent of the class? And re- member the party he gave? Tlus year Ted has graced the football, basketball and lacrosse teams And he has also got an extra dlvldend of bralns whlch have been used to good advantage I-Ie was the first boy to be accepted tn college And Cornell at that' Varsnty Football 3 4 Varstty Basketball, 3 4 Varsity Lacrosse 3 4 Senate, 4 Co- Chamnan of Rellgnous Life Commrttee 4 Soc1alCommlttee 4 Quaker Stal! 4 Bazaar Haberdashery Table CL I -sne- ,ou Q5 nklh M 1 fa QM 0 0 .. o , a , - - as . . . a,, . u , ., . . I ' . , : s' , : 'l ' .1 l my , is ll S Niwfcd fwwv JAMES WALTER HOLTZWORTH than the staple of his argument Shake peare .llm IS our authority on world politics and can ask more questions than most of us can thlnk of He has long dazzled us by his lengthy, meticulous answers to Miss Stockett's questions and his orations in history class. His vocabulary, which has frequently sent teachers scurrying to the dictionary, is excelled only by his wit which has been a con- stant source of amusement at all class gatherings and to readers of the column Tidbits in the uill. It has also pro- voked much mirth in chemistry lab where his experiments and Als never seem to produce the expected result. In tribute to his talent for organization, he was elected class president as well as Senate representative. On the Senate he served as vice-president Class President 4' Quill Staff. 4' Vice Presi- dent of Senate 4' Religious Life Committee 4' J. V. Lacrosse. ROSEMARY MASON JENKINS Rosemary has a personality It IS scm tillatmg, new, different As Miss Stockett says she IS funny wlthout trying But she isnt very funny when lt comes to driving. BEWARE-another woman driver! It is amazing that Rosemary and the Packard still emerge whole We really envy Scotty when it comes to languages. She knows her French almost like a native. But Scotty envies other people when it comes to chemistry. She is a staunch member of the fighting six, the senior intramural basketball team. She also feeds delicious food to the weary varsities after every game. On Tuesday nights, head nodding she ap- pears at the concert and proves that one can really enjoy' good music while asleep. Rosemary is enjoyable and entertaining and will go far in the foreign service, if and when she definitely decides to enter it. Quaker Staff 4' Quill Staff 4' Co-Chairman of Social Committee 4' Chairman of Bazaar Play 4. 'H .f..9-- I i , 'gr' S' yif' ' 4' 6 I jfl -.YR "He draweth out the thread of verbosity finer "Give thy thoughts no tongue."4Shakespeare . ' S ' . . . , . 7 Cl 99, Q 9 7 Y 7 , Y 7 Q 9 f I sa .J .1 -ff if I' 5 AL- L'w 5 W J J , . , -4 f ,ff x K ALLEN LORAINE KLEIN, J R True ment 15 like a rwer the deeper lt IS the less nmse It makes Halifax In September of 1945 Roland Park Public School presented us wlth a bashful fbut not barefootl boy, ln the blond personage of Al Klem Smce that tlme, ln his three years at Friends, Al although somewhat retlcent, has proved the old maxlm, actions speak louder than words He has hung up laurels ln every branch of athletlcs In football he was captaln of the team ln basketball a dependable guard and ln lacrosse an ardent defenseman Old mentors, Cray and NlC0llS have always counted upon and conslstently got a fine performance from Al Aside from hrs outstanding achlevements ln sports Al, through his unassuming manner, has won the frlend shlp and respect of everyone After re celvmg that drploma Al IS gomg to Hop kms where he will take up the under graduate study deahng wlth the manu facture of Champion brlcks Send us a brick doorstop sometime, Al XBFSIIV Football 3 4 Faptam 4 lar I Ba kethall 3 4 War lty lacrosse 3 4 Y Ice President of Class 4 Co Editor of Qualter 4 4 SUZANNE GUTHRIE KNIPP Blushing IS the color of virtue Henry Sue entered the elghth grade as a llttle butterball but she sllmmed down qulte quuklx and IS now leavlng the semor class ln very fine shape If you see a pretty girl wlth blond wavy halr and sparkling blue eyes and she IS running down the hall ten to one lt IS Suzle She IS always ln a hurry and no wonder, for Sue has lots of jobs She was a won derful Bazaar Co Chalrman and has been a member of the Senate for the last few years And whenever a dance comes up she IS bound to be on the commlttee, mhlch IS a sure slgn that lt wlll be a blg success Besldes this she IS very, very busv kmttmg certam argyle ltems for a lucky boy named Jack No matter how buev Sue IS she IS always ready to have fun Remember what fun we all had at those class partles at Round Bay Ne-nate 5 4 Secretary of the Senate 3 Re hg.mu life Committee 4 Chairman of the wma! fommntee 4 Class Secretary 2 Glee Club 2 Btmlnnr. 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" Q Q Q Q ' Q - X a y y " X 4 y -' ,'y t fl' an 1 ' Y . y lxf: --sf f-1. , x CJ- RIJTH MATHILDE LEVY DEBORAH COPE LEWIS merry as the day IS long Shakespeare Ruthie has been a pupll of Friends School ever smce she first yyaddled into the nursery school on a palr of chubby legs, and although sa1d legs haye sllmmed down, underneath the neyy maturity IS the same old Ruthie ln cllned to be scatterbralned at crucial moments she has met and capably roped mth more embarrassmg sltuatlons than one would belleye possible hlc cups ln meetlng snlflles IH Miss Stockett beam upon her fondly and utter the classlc remark, Yes, that s our Ruthle We are also well acquamted wlth her NBFIOUS car troubles, each of whlch seems to take on a dlfferent form, yet she alyyays grins cheerfully Her yyarm hearted, frlendly Splflt has endeared her to both faculty and students ualter Qtaff 4 lull Qtaff 4 flee Club 3 Operetta 2 f' K-X Rf-peentatlye 2 J X Hockey 2 3 Tenn1sTf-am l 2 3 4 Captaln 3 Co captain 4 Badmlnton Team 4 Bazaar Apples An hour for 1011 ll day ni sport Bu! lnr surh ll Irzenrl lm IS too short FI 11 r 1 n Feet poundlnfr doyyn the hall late agam' tes, that traln from Aberdeen certamly IS sloyy But yse re glad It finally arrlyed because uha! yyould yye do yylthout Deb? Serious Flllllded Deb IS usul y seen lQtlIiQlIlg. the latest en tanfflements of yyorld aflalrs flsleh' Hehlt Besides belng a loyable char after she IQ '1 Il13lIlQl.'lS of the at etu department Four years of hockey, has ketbill tennls and house IJ'lI'll6Q 'Ire ments Debs easy ffolnff mmner makes her most llkeable Donations of bobby plus for her are alyy 'lys yselfome flurmf' basketball Maybe a yyhlflle yyould help lff Mrs Nllllardl 1 r :ty la ketball 2 r .un Cla Secretary 1 fleellul 1 2 3 Baza r Fake and fanrly Table . .V . A 'TA I ' ' ,9- , V , , UL A A W1 x V l J, . . Ot , l l HAS ' -' V ',,'A: 'f . -I -2 . f ' ..l I . . . . D V .- ' ' . - ' x all- 5 d'. - f ' Q - I . D . . . D V L v . M y u , I r s 4 V C . - " -.' ' - . .5 , K '. hl ': . . . . . , ' . ' L ." M- ' , s . , E, . , . - . class, the "dropsy',' in chem lab. We only' a few of her athletic accomplish- ' -. ' 5-C ' O 1 . . - cc 9 - 97 - - Y v . I ' 1 , 1 .CY-s Y I f I P 0 ' -. . : 0 ' - - 9 f - V , , : ,..- .. . r s " . : . . QA..-X. Pre-sirlr-1 I. 4: Xarsity' llm-key, 2. 3. 4: Q. , 3 '. , . , , . . ' . la s' gf s ' ' ' .'. 3. l: T 'nnis Te' , 3, -13 . - '. J ' , : ' ss.' j, : 1 'I 1. a f' F 5 X' L Vi V 5-4 -s -"J V' 15 QL gh ,L 1- vc' x I A YEIIXA' ' 'V' -A J AMES GRAYSON LUTTRELL, JR Up lad when the journeys over there ll be tzme enough for sleep Housman I C travels under varlous aliases To some he IS known as Lut or Sonny to others just plaln Lat Lut has long been famous for his command of the French language and can always be counted upon for a mot juste when ques tloned by Mr Rlchardson Although occaslonally arrlvlng late for school dis playing remnants of a hasty breakfast Lut manages to mamtam a cheery dls positron Says he I attrlbute lt all to gettmg plenty of sleep Yet he manages to keep well up ln the qumtlles ln spite of classroom catnaps Moreover his flexible style on the basketball court coupled with a high scormg ablllty as forward has led the Friends qumtet to many a victory Hrs trlcky stlckwork on the lacrosse field IS enough to befuddle any midfielder We all hope to see Cray son carry on at good old W and L and become just as much of an expert on tea and spices as father in-PI, 'Varsity Football 3 4 Narltv Basketball 3 vffr' 4 Var ny Lacro se 3 4 4fL.,t-0' IVV4' ,ffwwfgww at eff 'fr l ,Lvf frfk fp"YV x s. MILTON HARTMAN MILLER He thznks too much such men are danger ous Shakespeare He s come up the hard way Yes, Frlends klndergarten saw htm as just a little tacker ln baggy shorts bulldmg blocks wlth the best of em But sxnce those devil may care days unassuming Mlck has come to be known as one of the most lmpeccable dressers m and about the premises Besldes his fine taste m dress Mlck has a well rounded personality and an lnclmatlon for graclous llvlng Our qulet spoken Quill buslness manager replles readlly falthough sometlrnes sleepllyl when queried ln English class and may ofttlmes be seen flashing by at the helm of the pearl gray Plymouth he cherxshes so hlghly Mick will pursue the course of busmess ln his future en deavors and lt 15 our bellef that he wlll succeed mcely Ill whatever field he chooses Business Manager of Quill 4 Varslty Foot ball4 .lVLacrosse234 X Nix K A . N xx. '-I SN' uh s .j.X ' . ft - Q , rs - , . 3 1 I - ns rx . . 9 - . . . . . 1 . . . . . 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CAROLINE MCBRIDE MORREL To hear her zone ln laughter nng Hu! 0 me gods Io hear her sing Lfe In the last half of the junlor year, a magnolla blossom from the deep South appeared III the I'llldSt of all us seml Nankees and from then on our history class was lnely wlth hot debates So far we haxe been able to find very few thmgjs that she doesnt do w 1th surprls mg skrll and speed We are all famlhar wuth that Uleam of determlnatron ln her exe when a partlcularly bafllmg prob lem presents ltself wlth her jaw set firmly ,lull wades ln to emerge trlum phant She worked herself up the bad mmton and tennls ladders so qUlClxly that all the rest of us could only stand and stare open mouthed We recened another new of her personalltw f9l when we saw her ln the fashlon show last sprlng She definltely has eserythlng It takes to be a model lar :tx Ba ketball 3 4 Fo eaptam 1 B rl mlnlon Team 4 Tenn: Team 3 4 Qunlrr Stat? 4 Ouzll Qtaff 4 Bazaar Flower Table DOROTHY ELIZABETH PARKER I sufur her rolor is natural Ile .seen I fume um! go 'ln nsmou W hos the one who dares to say what rxone elm nff c rllsst spontulc ous 'md llIllLlN""lI'Q0fl 1 Bc-Iss XX ho ns alwass rtadv to mdulfe ln 1 f 01 d jr lu lillll. on some horlx e se s arf xle eat all the extra 491 desserts? lomorrow shz l tlrt that diet 'lst xc u Betsx won her blazer I'h1s rear, team she h as worked her w1x up on tht basktthall squad Bets: usuallx tau ru and h apps uuept on mass sumh is tml fm ful dax of travu s w men hr r spnlts ware trushed ln the disappearance of e lfes w Jr Inot quite! on white sweater Luck must be on her slde lie tsx wa the first member of the class to Je accepted to colleffe DlClilDQOD, be pre pared' ll I Staff l 0 rler Ntafl' 1 Fl f Fl lr 1 mlnton Tr am 4 B 1 zaar thru tma VL rappm lable xg .9 Q T U 1 Cf K' I X ' x 5- ll I I Ax. ,fx wx Lx . 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J. l: xillellf l.111111-ev. 1.5. 1.111--all-' .-1: 4 I.1-N l'1---i1i11111. 2. JS: li. X. X. 'l'r1---11 -r. 3: U11'll .V . 1 l ' ' .41 Cl 1'1- fIl11l1,-, 31 1'1.LZ , 1f,'r.kI'Il. . 11 ".l.-I l" ' ' . ID-xf A x, ,, , . .V ,x R . f-I' -J - -' ' ' . A . 4 - I--N I, 1 T ly L- A f1'Lfx 41 1 AN r Q ' La . 3, Q Ay - jx - -2 ' ETHEL ELIZABETH SANTMYER The clear sweet smger Lowell What fortunate mortal IS seen every day boarding the number 44- bus whlch seems to be filled only wlth the manly product of Loyola? Yes, you ve an swered the slxty four dollar questlon lt s Betty She entered F rlends School m the nlnlh grade and has achleved a three fold reputatlon of namely Doro thy Dlx Salvadore Dall, and Dlnah Shore Aslde from all thls she has per sonallty plus, shes one of those people who IS always ready wlth a cheerful smlle and a helplng hand In her spare time Betty attends the Peabody where she IS studymg volce and has also en rolled ln the Art Instltute At the present she 15 consxdermg commerclal art as her future career Bazaar Operetta 4 Class Treasurer 3 Senate Representatne 2 chaxrman of Bazaar Dmner 2 Bazaar Play 1 RICHARD CHAMPLIN SHERIDAN, JR Better to be small and shine Than to be great and cast a shadow Anonymous Everyone knows Champ and his red Ford convertlhle You can lnvarlably find the two of them at Sherldans house at school, or at the Hearn res: dence Uust drlve down the alley, toot twrce under Beaus wmdow, and walt tll Beau hnlshes talking to Dottle on the telephonel We thmk Champ has great potentlalltles Even Miss Stockett agrees that hrs Engllsh composxllons are qulte good fclassllied ln the un lmagmatlve but well wrltten group? Last sprlng the first blg electron cam pargns were staged for Senate president Arguments were hot, the electloneermg was terrlfic and the suspense even worse Why, oh why, not revert to the old one day system? Champ came out on top and has made a big success of an ever growing student government Class President 1 Senate Presldent 4 Yar sity Lacrosse 4 Quaker Stall 4 J Y La crosse 1 2 3 .l V Basketball 1 2 3 l , 1 . 44 - as V .. . Y, . ,, 7 a . , . ' ..- , -1 - - . ,. . ' ' ,A J u 0 . 2 . ' 9 . ' , 7 . . . . . . s . . . ' I . ' . .V 11 al s vw 'v ' ,, , N ty QQ-- 2 ,- v,a2-- ,uv- 1 J I 4 1 1 1 1 1 ll 1' 1 . s 1 l rkkhkk .L Nexu- XQM-Q exqxuh-ax 1. 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X ,V ,' ' Q fl if f flhA . , 1 N , , , N f , , . f ' r - 1 A .1 ff ,F It 2 f ' l , ll F .XTR S DOROTHY BENSON SNoDcRAss Une Last substantial smzle Dlckens lNo the schools not on fire 1ts only Uottles flamlng locks However, her radlance 1sn t due completely to her halr 'lheres a certaln boy up at Mer cersburg who brmgs an added glow to her eyes Her unt1r1ng work on the DOLIHI Committee has put new llfe lnto many a fannshed team who probably would collapse on the way home lf lt werent for that steammg cocoa And that 1snt all That l1l gal can come up with the most astoundlngly hlgh marks, and yet, to her they seem to come as a complete SUIPIISC She may be small, but as the old quotatlon goes, "the best thlngs alw ays come ln small packages Just a slde llne-we all wonder what happened to that New Year s Eve party, Dot? Qualrer Staff 4 Socxal Commntee 3 4 Cheerleader 2 Bazaar Record Table June Week Commlttee MARGARET MAY SPURRIER How jar the little candle throws zts beams Shakespeare Whlle all the rest of us tear our halr over math and chemlstry problems, Peggy slts calm and collected, havmg Hnlshed way ahead Any tlme we see a spurt of dust preceded by a bug black Packard we know Peggy s at the wheel and the back seat IS probably filled wlth squealing senlors ThlS year Peggy feeds the teams at tea after games, and every one goes home at least two pounds heavx er Due to the great kmttmg craze we ve dlscovered that Peg has another talent that of Whllllllg through a pa1r of argyles ln just a couple of days fwell maybe a llttle longerl Well all remem ber the wonderful dance she gave at the Stafford durlng the Chrlstmas holldays At other school dances she xs always on hand not only to decorate but to help clean up the next mornmg Good luck at Randolph Macon next year, Perf Dont trlp over those eyelashes' Secretary Treasury of GA A 4 Co chaxrman of Social Commltlee 4 Quaker qtaff 4 Ba zaar Record Table A I , - 2 " I . 4 ' R S! f L ' I J, Ls - E , 4 . , 4. , h - - as - .. - - as , , . , . . . , . . . . . , . . , . , . . . 7 . . , . .. . . . , Y Y, Q . . . . v Y , . . . , . , . . , ' 9 . . , . v v . 3, I 7 , . 9 U. 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BACKES TERRELL The fhlllf, ol ll IS Tarrln Izps hzr tml Ill llllfll 1 er She ta Wax ealne to us IH the Illlddlfi of the sophomore year Her fivure IS the envy o the 'lfl , most of whom halo to starle thelllselles for a vlalst llllt, and her posture lb lllole reproath W e would say that Max could undoubtedly make a wonderful IIl0Cltl lf we dldllt hase all ldel that there ls a ctrtaln factor ln her llfe that make thls cholee of work rather llllIJI'0lJ8lJlC lhat tertaln factor takt the form of a blond sounff Illall rtuntlx graduated frolll Western Mary lalld alld unless we are llllstaken ll plans to plal a large part lll her future bhe ll make a Hood housewlfe too All of us who have tasted her donuts from Home EC class or have watched her knlt tlng a palr of arvsles ln less than no tlllle can testlfl to that The class 1 UIIHIIIIIIOUS ln salmff that Chlnk IS a luckx man Ntafflfl l BaarFll lratll fable lllllf r I okerface Put l a xslt and that s that' NII j ltx s lll lel It 'lelrell e IS llc reallx Illtdll lt lllPl6Q nexer '1 ull llltlllllllt 1 1 lumh perl for IH lllltf' llel lslttx ll'llllPI' COIIXIINPS us 1 Hel jolfs 'lrc llufr flat We e r lll 1 fllll trl lts QUIUBIIIIIP more r llulllm nt t drop 1 stltch than answer 1 que llfill lllc re s mu r a dull IIIOIII nt l NI pp lle Ill' fltllc r Qhe fllllilll c an Illlflf ff ltr fl ll ldllllntoll sr lson lllfl scored IIIUH than her quota of ha kets for the uaker ettes QIJFHIU found her slllashlnv tht nets for the suceess of F S and PT Illl PI' Staff l ,I or CX Xar 1 y Ha ketllall 3 1 Baflnllnll n Team 4 Tftlnl alll dl dlll 1 Bazaar Y nt: Irlf pllHlll al 4 I , Y x 1 1 , 11 - U fp- --sf, , i- ' f 1,1 .. , 1 1 , 'f .f -W f s , I .1 ,VA ,M ,,.i,',, I 5 1 1 'ru W V,:.3t F - ', f" A , . v f . v r -- ' I ' ' -'lm I ,Q l 1 1 f . 11.-S." - ff' 1 s , . 1 ' 1 , . l . . V . 1 V. , f D 5 . f 25' s - ' ' W1 - 'ull' Qt, ' I -il Q' '1 1 " " Just gog' '1 - 1 Q "1 ' 1 ' 1 . '1 ' l,if1-'s always fun lsllm-re sh at. - l ' l I Q D 7 Y D x "T ', ,. ' 2 . vp , t d , , , , 1 . 'l'1k1 1 'ocls. ' - , g , . sa 1 . ' " . ' ls 3 ,S . . . ' - , H , 1ll. 1' .'1.1. 1 . fha ' that ' 1h 1 's I' ' . ' s , ' 1s ' D . . ' 'tl '1 1 0 ' . ' ' x ' h F I ' I V v I U- a r - n C ' , z 1s . 1 Q 1 '1 e , l ' f1l'l1'cl rl 1 J' 1.. .'1l , , ' , ' 1 1a 1 z ' .' 1: ., z . D V , ' 1 s ., , - Q - . P ,, ' O Cv, . 7 . I G .S .Y D Q1 .' Q 1 . : . Y. ll 1k 3: ' Qt-' 1 -' , ., 3 ' l 1 , 3 - 'Q Qllfff f . 1 1 iw- Chlv, 3: za .iglll T-1 . 3. 1. tht..-'II1' . : ' Vl' 1 Q 1' . I 1 T' rl1. '-70'ffff!oAfoWf7ff4f-4 .fa fn-V1 QD' by ,p1,7"' Y Q-I REBECCA MEGINLEY WOOLLEN A daughter of the gods dwmely tall and most dwznely fazr Tennyson Those were the good old days Remem ber when that cold, sllmy frog was put down Beccas back? That was a long time ago Now Becca IS tall, slender, and brunette wlth bangs and red specs She s most frequently seen kmttmg argyles for one of her numerous cousms Becca 13 conslderlng buymg part mterest n the Baltimore Translt Company that noble establlshment whlch has been fur nlshlng her transportatlon to school, lo these many years smce the kmder garten, to be exact ulet, slncere, and congenlal best describe her Thrs year she was captain of the badmmton team and one of the contestants for first place on the badmlnton ladder Her hearts ambltlon IS college at Duke UHIVCISIIY lh the sunny South Badmrnton Team 3 4 Captatn 4 Warsnty Basketball 2 3 4 GAA Representative 3 Qlull Staff 4 Quaker Staff 4 Glee Club 2 3 RALPH DAVID DENMAN YATES Ana thus he bore unthout abuse The grand old name of gentleman Tennyson Jack, as we know htm, came to F rlends irom Piqua, Ohlo, ln the elghth grade and was lmmedtately llked by every body Qulet and hard working, he seemed to possess a llmltless amount of tlme and energy for workxng around school not only on weekdays but Sat urdays lncluded He recetved due credit rn Bazaar Assembly for all the extra tlme he put rn workmg every mmute that he could Tall and blond, Jack knows just what to wear at just the rlght tlme, he s always neat and well dressed On the athletlc field he has been a great asset to all our teams, havlng played varsity foo ball for four years, lacrosse for three years, and wrestling for two years After seemg this example of the klnd of men that hall from the Mnddle West we can only hope for more and wlsh thls Ohloan the best of luck Wrf-stlmg Team 3 4 Captain 4 Varslty lwotball l 2 3 4 Varsity Lacrosse 2 3 4 Xue Presldent of BAA 4 Bazaar Games ,' , I ,. ,A . . -Y -1 4 ' , f-fr , 035 'AQHA' y , J' . , .,,f Q - ---0-7-,,6,'L " -'Q Q -I 4.9 - -- s V xf Q ' ' 5 x N Y ' . 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Harm' las! name or IIIIIIIIIS nf II SIIIIUI 111 ilu wnmrs un lllllll lull 41 ross f Ihx rr cl and thx Q a thfy comfort me. 4. ,ev 0 , lnflizzecl to he quiet. . just fixk C ink. . X r. I Jolson an. . Br 'nrrler from the Middle Yvest. '. Huh! Huh! 4 . U Henry! . The I'f it rle water. . His ierk wit i . . Sleepy. ' . Deb-utante. '. . Smalleit ,irl with the 'rr 'F Ruth-less. ' . 0 'I virffin woo. . . ' un- lvusin ss exeeutive. I . Have a nip of apple-lark. . ' . Soft shoes. Big words, little meaning. est smile. 'i. D Ilf Ul11UI"1l r tll f W h it ip ukel I'l1t"ll'l.' " '- '- ' ' F 'lt-tr p. What a 1 l .N uri th1t jin -. " '. H r for '1rt':' ia 'e. f' hty-ei ht ' Fowl. N A thorn in the r-opp' .ita ', iic e. Bumble Boo ie B y. Crlcien nalie. Anyhf fly need a klc-enex. Ave ll1Pf'l1EiI1lf'. . '. 'sire . e f tllf se rwzizy pen e. Crazy about lmrsf-S. atis riffht. y u're ri os-. -49" 5 v gs KA X L "'!'-M .F ,RW M in N 15 Flrst Rou, Taylor Cox Bachman Brooks Holland Eckert Verhalen Thomas Fruechtemeser Jennings Whltehou e John on Qezond Rou Rice Ben on fllllflIHf'l'l0l Nic-Hfnn Q Hoffman Nl Hoffman Horner Thnmpenn Clase Ken Nlcfurdy 'Nlnhacl Baker Pumell Keller P Webb E 'SleClure Third Row Kleln Parker Dallty Shepard Nthnepfe Boatman ,I Webb M Newell DIIBOI Rayne Welrler Jatobon Coll Ill ,Iumor Class Fnfty Gtrong and mlghtx Hne Thats the claw of Forix NIH? flth Llbbw Kew ln our lead She s the one we lrulx need Bob and Evane are next ln step Maklnv our tlai rtallx hep Vie gaxe a dance that mai Qurelx swell When the t 11 here name me ran llke flur athlrtn clxeematee for many years Han mach the teami amldet our cheers Un the whole our class has fun XX rlt and plax all as one ff ' .,- . 1 , 1 7 9 'Y 5 9 Y 9 . ' ' , ' 5 . s . L' 'fe , 5,1 .-- , , .. ., ', , v , '. , w - , ' , . , . , . . . -7- , , - , . - . . ' , , . , . ' , S. ' ' , . , ' , I , vu . Fourth Row--Breining, Cray, Davis, Paris, Chalfzmt. Stegman, Nickerson, Vest. . 0 , . . -,, , Y I . I C X V F -- 1 . . - - I , Y , Pa ' , ' ' ' . . . . ' ' ' ' L.. , ' " 1 x 1 I w ' - 5 'vu ' ' ' . ,,, 1 I -7' -Y f ' 'NjffIx'1"' ' ' L, A Q-. x " I First Row F Derby Mathlas B .lenkms C Skinner A Bnemlller 1 Fenn G Vlxlder E Budacz B Davls J McCarthy Second Row D Whlteford B Hall P Krme J Rountree B Nleycr NI Huck J Fxlh rt M Donovan S gach J Andrr-u Third Row .l Oster J Cutler D Flske H NlacLea T Bellezza C Blake .l Cnlhcrt T Nlc Lernon I Fedder C 'Horan N7,4bv-cart ophomore Class Havmg concluded another sear the sophomore class can look bank our a un successful season ln the be mnm of the year, we elected Dlck Flske and ,lon Oster as co presidents of our class and ,llm Cutler was elected secretary treasurer Uur Senate representatlves were Janet Penn and Clark Moran and our representltn es to the B A A and C A A were Blllx Hall and Charlotte Skmner New addltlon to fur Class were Bev Davls John Hl,.llIlJOthOlll Joan Rountree Stexe Sachs Barlmrl ln the fall three of our 1 lrl made the xarslts hockex team and at least six others made the varslty squad Six of our boxs made the xarsltx football squad For our wlnter sports the boss went out ffr basketball 'md urestlm whlle some of zur l made the squad ln basketball ln the sprlnff lacrosse and tennls kept us all buss Many partles were held this xear and our annual sophomore dance was a ffrefnt success Our class IS now eagerlx l0fllClIl0' forward to the day when we w1l.l come bark to school as JUIIIOIS 3 dkbtwwdfw fr! 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H-4 .j' p st Rou R Bolglano B lN4cker on ,l C lenn 'l C W ag.4r r Ilea 4, W P4-ar4e fond Ron J Nlctlnre ,I 'Xuull 4 4 llt 4 Ili a dl 41 rne wma 4 144 114116044 l enomth X land B 1 4 4 Br444n lu l'or4 vunh Ron nlllps a 4 Il lnllll 44 4 4 1 Nantnner P Brxan Freshman Class The fleshman xear started ofl with 1 hanff when Nhrtha Howell and ,Inn Kelth together nlth several other 41444 4ho ars 4 'D arrlud on the op4nlng dm W4 not the 4 ear off to an exciting start Mlth Boh Tax lor president Jean V141 lure s44retalx Lennx Lenhard treasurer and last but not least ,lmelxn New ell and Barrw W llllClPIIl3ll as our C A A and B A A representatnes faet, Ihlllffg were Uettlng rather dull untll someone ness entered the p14ture 'Notu es pt ared IllXNltl'l0llQlN on the lll'1l lxholrd l'Vlr filth ,FUI ter loses lVl1ss Hang rnors 4s4r4 flxlnff and for 4 an e rumor 4r4 t ue f N 4 Ymas and '1 Happx WPddlll' llh4 fllfl tmas h lldaxs nlth their nhlrl uf dances and evcutement passed We returned all too Utlll t th4 hxed lf not tldltlll routlnf of s4hool xx orlc e were Illlfhh proud 4f nu t 4 lr Ill ur4 1 f'1rol lee Beth orls en and lxdm were on t 4 ltl u na the nlnt gra e Kms 444 lf4Ctllt0dl1lIllPtTl0Z1fllll C 4 lx ff 4 nlnth ffrade hr 4 an 44xe pm s ro t Bull th'1 xx fill pr4 dnt thex null he-4ome the lust xarsltx to rfpresult Frunrls qIl100l ln mam mam xe'4rs xo-4 ll t 1 sl R011 R a ll 5 lltr D 'Nlan mr K Heeht B Flarke L Waltz H Nlatt ews ll Lan flu Seroml Rou l Ln el D Dm f B lulfln lon X Little R Peacock Nl Parrish ,l Nlat I8 E lghth rude Uur tl iss u as uufortun ttt in loslnff slx people thls Near, but was luelcs III havmv D11 k Ll trkson join us Xll f the lu xs Ill the class nent out for football lll the fall Blllw Clarke ws as the Xlld cts manfnfer Durmg th mnter exerxone played basketball except for Dlck Lutlel who took ssrestlmv ln the sprlng. lt was all out for lacrosse The B A A reprc entatne ws as Lee Waltz This wear Ylrolma Stegman was the onlx fflrl ln our class who dld not take lmtkex She plat ed badmlnton and ftlso serxed as our GA A representatlve The hotkex team plat ed Park School twice lost ome and tled the other game We play ed l ark 'weun lll basketball ln the sprmv ue plas ed tennls We tletted Daud Manner as :lass IJI'Eild6Ill Don Baker as vlce presldent Renear Peaun k as seeretarx 'md Harrx Langeluttlg as the treasurer Our Senate representa tue ss as Dlek 0 Connell H1 hllvhts ofthe tear ss ere the sex enth and ewhth Uracle dance class partles an ' 1 lot of Qttlmllllllg partle 'md plcnles 37 . .1 U- ..- ...- -' HIL . 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'l1l'll l".1l1'11111-1'. 1111-1,l1111'1 111-11 C 2 ' .1113 ,lllll ll11l1111111'1l1 .. 1. .11 First Row Sllwerthorne Courtney Parker Black Woollen Cloo Nlorrel Stafford levy Nlr Denk Second Row Aubrey Powell Boulden Jcnlun Tarrm Pltenullcr Third Row Welder Holtzworth Hecht 'Nl Nllller The ualcer ulll ACCOI'dlIlg to faculty comment, the alll has been somethlng extra speclal this year, but maybe they tell that to all the graduatmg classes Naturally the most HH portant column to most of us was pm ealhers where one finds the latest DOSSIP ln prose or poetry The edltorlals, we all felt were very mature and often on subjects outslde the realm of Friends bchool Perhaps the Greatest dlfliculty for John and Jaque was to round up all the artxcles by the deadllne Many s the tune a poor typlst has been hauled out of study hall to copy a tardy column There has been a great deal of fiction this year m the ulll storles on the 0 Henry tx pe wlth a trlcky and sur Report pm ealhers the Alumnl News and Lower School News Sta Co Editors John Courtney Jaque 91h erthorne Feature Editor J1m Holtzworth Business Manager Mlckey Mlller Boys Sports Edzlor John Boulder' Czrls Sports Editor Rebecca Woollen News Surf Leu Stafford YVetzler Morrel Aubrey Alumnt EdL!0r Betsy Parker Czrculallon Maxme Tarrlng Betty Santmyer Copy Stag floos Tarrlnv Slllllll Jenkins Black Powell Fllellllllfl' Faculty Advrser Mr De-nk 44 . . v , . , V - ' . , , 1 S, ,c .. . - 7 ' 1 V 1 1 ' ' Ss gr 4 A . g , I y Y 4 y . , . , A . . - o , , ' , , 1 . - - v. I ' v 7 v . u . . N C . M . Y. prising ending. Among the standard articles were the Boys, and Girls, Sports, Senate 5 f 5 . A J 447 Q Ki A A Y JR' , . . , . " ' " ' ' ' ' v,'2 A 5 I 7 7 ,J Y , , A J F. t l . J -. ' . J . 4. . Fzrsl Row Cla Qklnner Lewis Y Stegman ,I Nlevscll Qpurrler Second Rou Nlahr WaltL Wetzlir Peacock Shlplev Yates Hall Wmklf-man GAAandBAA The G A A has hecome famous for IIS partles In the fall xt gave one to help make the new gurls feel at home It was more llke an mltlatxon ceremony Wlth laughs a plenty A severe penalty was placed on any senior who dld not know the name of every new glrl Another party was given at the close of the class basketball tourna ment The mighty semors emer ed YILIOFIOUS to follow up thelr uctory of last year 'I he traditional prlle was ofcourse that beautz ul pew tr r cup vxhlch we so fondly refer to as the splttoon The annual C A A banquet was held per usual ln the sprmg The B A A sold candy all year ln lunch perlod 'Need we say more? Added to our reffular duet were Nestles Fnfth Avenue Bars Peanut Chews cookies and other dellcacles The first hlg formal of the year was sponsored hy the BAA with the Dehonalres prox 1d1n,. the musu Llttle scarlet and grey schedules of all the games were puhll hed to help hrmg out good theerlnv sechons for the teams Last but not least, the B A A was responslhle for a great step ln the road to good health foot spravs ss ere mstalled ln the boys locker room Tovether the C A A and BA A helped to sponsor the Mmlature Tram at the Baraar The tram was a terrlfic suuess the center of attractlon all dav long C A A B A A Presulenl Deb Lewis Preszdent-Guy Shlpley Secrelarv Treasurer Peggy Spurrler Vice Preszdent Jack Yates Secretarv Treasurer Dan Peacock 45 '-- ss, , 1, . . , . 1 ' , .. . Tr- v ' 1 1 ' .v -lv v I - I O Q I I O , ' Y V . . I ' . , 5 . M V. I . 7 . V. . b . .4 . K- . , f . , . . . . L . V .1 . . T . - V , A Y p Y A - f V 1 s . h. . v V . . Y. . U . .n . i - - Y T .Q . I . . - r , U - . c , . . , C, . . . . . . . llll Eli The ual-:er lioulrlen Fourtnex ffloosj 1911141119 Peacoclx Terrell lem Holt north Qzluerthornr' Parker Herht Woolley: Vorrel Hearn Qlafforrl Qnorlgrass Sl1er1a'an qpurrzer Ixleln Blaclx gtoclrelt zrst Ron ern n n ern n NH' 'NIIII fl 1 ful nu .an lxun Hale I'aIc ner Hearn Hecht Dan qhlplex Par fr :lnl R u .iw x em: e 1 unm I er :amor .nm will 'I m ootball Itw I n ltx I tl all ham IIIIN xc If Qtlrted nrgamlatlon and practice a Meek he It ch I Illlllflllfd Fmnthfall mmp um held with approxlmatelx thlrtx oss I - I1 , rrup to chnoce from for a ood team t ummm the I Xt xhampmnf e I I Ixlcm and qhlplex tackle DauQ and ateg 1 n rI I rf' Hearn and hack Dlx Pemock Collnm and may 4Il t t tmrt eumft telm pIaserQ were Falconer Kax ne eQt nun e tual tltl f r Grax md Ur Nuo Q we I 1 1 t 1nrI I ur rIcff'1t We Init to qeurn 18 6 Lan on n It r in If sw We defeat d qt Andrew 140 'nm -.'. - . .' . - 4 '. L - . '1 'ln I . 27-'. The hi.. turpriie uf the St. ames ,-umm " - 1- Clmrli- .' -I1 'I I ki 'k d 1 fi'-3 'ard fir-Id ,.0aI. the :wk one ma e ln ..f . . 1. , - A - -' '. t s' 5 I -fi it ti 1 in the Iltilriff' mf ricnds Sdmhl " ' ' ' ' ' 'I .'. I 'mr in I ' . x' ' A - ,' .- . remarnition tr thru 0 's on the team. H - ',' 'V -- - -1-fm" 1 esqlmd. he y - ml if Ihrmy I 1-41' ek Ish wif v tm :I In-st hloeker. 'md the third if Besuihbr who 1 2 ' V ' ' 'f "-- . I the Ft. Mhwns game to he the lm-illftg 131 fz. ' X, YS, W4 , XXI? x5,QB 2-xxw A J , x,,xk, J Left to Right Fenn Qklnner Thoma Xllchael YIcCurrlw Eckert Black Jennings Lewis Cloos Brook D rln Hockey For the first tlme IH mam years the hockey team went to camp ln Mt Pocono for a weeks tralmnv It was wonderful svxlmmlng terrlfic food, midnight snacks, new friends and lmltatlons and that IIlU1g0l'flflllg mountaln alr' Those English cofu hes dont mlss a trunk Oh tho e arhm muscles But thev soon llmber up to 'Vllss Applehs s desperate Irs of R 1 r r lun ' l flfortunatr-ly only eight glrls were able to o auompanled hx Vlr Yllllard und Miss Hlgh The few that went felt that lt was well worth missing the fir t Important das of school The hockew season closed mth a hwlame of three VICIOFICS and three defeats We lost to Oldfield Brxn 'Vlaxsr and Park We trlumphed over Notre Dame Mt St Agnes, and our hest rival Qldwell Ah Sldwell and the honor of the grand openmg of thelr new athletlr field l ardnn us sshlle the steam roller goes by We were sorrx to han to mmel the traditional boss and glrls hockey game, hut the weather wx as sultahle for dufks onlx Wlth but three semors to leaxe the team and mam zzood players coming up from the loner ffrades next xear s season should be tops To wv.. vie Q99 Qpom xutab. 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L L I , C V IJ ll Kneeling-G Luttrell D Peacock T Gray B Wetzler B Taylor .l Collom Standmg Wir Gray G Shlpley B Stegman E Vest A Klem .l Davls T Hecht Boys Basketball Mediocre IS the word The Bug Reds five had a falr season at best Entered m both the Maryland Scholastxc Assoclatlon and the IAC Frlends played a heavy schedule of elghteen games Two out of nme was our M SA record and lt was a two out of five mark ln the Interstate League Dan f15pomtl Peacock paced the uaker qulntet through the season wlth tapable asslstance from Cray son Luttrell fbetter known to hls lntlmates as Sonny Ed Vest Bob Wetzler and Guy Shnpley Al Klem Bob Stegman Ted Hecht and John Davls turned ln good games performlng at guard The first five were Peacock and Luttrell as forwards Klem and Hecht as guards and Shrpley as center We play ed probably our best game against St Pauls away on January SlXth Tralllng 19 17 at the half tlme Frlends was determined to upset the Crucles Third quarter was fatal to the uakers as lt was all year but ln the last perlod we pulled up to a score of 4-5 39 Levns s fourteen point output was well matched by Peacock s slxteen Agamst our tradltlonal rivals Cllman Dannys thlrteen markers and Klelns seven helped make up the thlrty one mth whlch we were able to top the boys from Roland Park by mne points Coach Gray fielded a tall lf not too vxctorlous club that played at tlmes a lazy ty pe of ball The future looks rosy for Frlends next year however when Collom Wetzler Stegman Vest Davis Cray and Taylor return to form the nucleus for 1948 s all mnnlng team we hope' 51 t l . , . , . , . ,y . , . . 'A . , . , . , . , . , . , . . . . . , . ' . . ., Y ' Q ' Y' 1 ' , i . Y . . . Y I ,L Y . . 1 s - a 1 e 1 1 ' v ' 7 V ' . , , 1 . . . , I . . . Q , , I . V. , - . Y 7 , . . . . . , . . , 1 s . V- Y. . ' ' 1 1 7 . Y ' , 9 a s 1 1 V. . , . Mrs! Hou ll lxaxnc F Nloran ,I Yatc T ,lacolr on T 'llrLernnn T Falconer unml nu B a I er Brel S DIIBUI B Tolanc D F1 lcel Farr Fccrcr Wrestllng lhe 1942! -exson marlw thc sccond scar of xarslty urestllng slnce the War It was not a succc ful 1 xeax as had hccn antlclpatcd but our matmen showed notc x cxthx llllllftltlllltlll. ul la t xeal 'lhc squad had matches wlth Sexern, Southern School for the Blind St I 1uls St Albans and bt Joe, puttmg on action Hlled tXl1llllllUlli cf lull lhc tenn was handicapped hs sexe-ral HIJUFICS durlng the season xx nc ll lunclcrcd nts provress lOIlQll'lPI'3 Jlx Ihc lf!-H cason ll o luou ht a new and competent coach, Walter Ives who was n 'utnc duh flUI'lIl' the ll ar and who was larffelx responslble for the successful xc ll uc huc cnj n ed 1 a uh lc Jack X ites of the lllllllllltffd class was our captaln Hcxc 1 thc tcam lmc up a lt stood at thc end of the season Lnfortunatelx me mll c t1 t lu Qcmor lll u Welellf D 5 J 17 I llllllllll cl 52 Classes Bzll Hall Dlck Flske Louis Carr led Jacobson 'lcd McLernon led Falconer llarxex lxaxne Jaclc Yates , , V J 1 I .X A M , 2 ,l Q , ' t l l fm ' '. ,J esz sl, .. , .l . .s-- lf- .lI'lI.P.Blg .L -mg... . 1, . .J. -H-. 0 'fizq "g 2 " "' ' ' . .S IS: ..,SS Q' -In . ,, '.' a, - ,, xr'-' oe' l'- 1 ' ' ' . . . ., . ,rs'. fi xg' ' s- l" ' "Q CLg'.' ll. M? Is", as 'g' ' ' ' ' cb c"" Y' lt! l ' '- F," I - uw' 'a""c- .s 'oz "za, " ',' ' '. los- le s' Jne. f', l2l- ' 128- " '. l3C- ' 145-H l.'5-V ' 165-" T ' l'f- ""' . . Kneelzng .l Black P Terrell Y Cloos R Woollen D Nlxchael Standing Urs Nllllard J Wlorrel D Stafford D 1.65815 Glrls Basketball Undefeated was our amz But we played Greenuoozl And ell ln shame Our schedule called for eleven Dames w nth the leader beln WllHllU ton away md to our dlsadvantage Desplte the traln rlde and 1 good opponent we had no trouble commg home vlctorlous It was then that we decided to have a perfect season Wlth a full schedule of two games almost every week our tenslon mounted as vlctorles twelve pomts at the hegmnlng of the last quarter Through the cooperatlon of both forwards and guards we somehow pulled up and mana ed a two point uctors D termination Increased ewen more after thus nnrarulous comeback fhen came the b ow ln a thrlll packed game never more than three pomts dlHCfCIlCC m the scores we lost to Greenwood Our hopes collapsed but as Mrs Millard told us ln her pep talk we had stlll topped 194-6s record with ten vlctorles out of eleven tries Friends 31 24- Alumni Frlends 3 8 Sldwell Frlends 34-15 Wllmlngton Frlends 36-34 'Notre Dame Friends 2 5 Park Friends 1 Bryn Mawr Frlends 43 21 Oldfields Frlends 25-28 Greenwood Frlends 35- 6 Clrls Latln Frlends 36-22 'Wt gt A nes Frlends 31 5 Roland Park Country 5? r 3- . 1, . , W. l . Y , ... ' . e-. . . , . 1 , . , . ' . ' 9 5 . ' U e ll l g . D g 1 W 1 2 . . . . . 2 U I 5 1 increased. Our biggest scare came in the Notre Dame game when we trailed by V , V g V - ' 1' . -. C. l ' . . . . - , . . . , l ' , , n L ' ' , . . -Q . . 2-1 . Y . . . . 1. ' 3-1 ' 29h T J ' . . , . . 1 .. . g . -1 .V Q ,- '41' . IX U' I'1rst Rau B Baehxnan N11 Hlgli J McClure J YIcCarthy E Eltemiller Q Knlpp Sezond Rou 'NI 'Newell D Nlathias P McHenry J Poxxell J Eckert E NIcClure Bowling Again this xxinter howling played an important part in the athletic proffram lxerx lVednesdax afternoon the Homeland BOWIIIIU Alleys beeame the eenter of xxx ll under xx ry tht scores vxerr axeraged and the ten girls haxlng the hlvhest axerages xxcrr puked to play lll matches against lNotre Dame and Bard Ax on Uur fn-t mitch xx is played at the Homeland Alleys on Fehruarx llth against Nona Dum Ihr lrls xxho partulpaied in this matLh xxere lzdna Eltemlller, Sue lxnipp Joan Icltelt ,loan lovxell Pat MeHenry hve McClure ,loan McCarthy ,Ioan Nfllhlllli 'xlarua Newell and ,loan Mathias ln our matrh with Bard Axon the next xxuk our store xxtre not too high but exery one had a lot of fun We had a return match xxith Bard Axon at the Recreation Alley lleforc xxx had tune for any more matches winter xxas oxer and spring had arrlxed lxrrxone thoroughly enjoyed the bowling season and xxill look forward to next xear 54- .vu ' , P ' 1 F' Sie K " QA 1 ' . X' ' . t ,, I '-: M--fn, 2 i F.. . I x f - ar' " 5 I I M '-- . 'Y , . 'ss '., .4 , . . , . ' ' , e. ' . ' 'H-. . L ' , . . ., . ', . ' , . , . . . 0 U . . 4. u . y . . . . . C . It V y , D , . . attrac-tion for many' girls under the direction of Miss High. After the season was I ' 'i . I L ' V ' J l V V I V ' Y' .C Y V 1 'l l , I I . 4 u l V Y n lx i X. ,. I g. S V 4 . . I V w . . ' I ' 9 7 7 7 h VI l I ' ' u Y. ' v 1 . ' vs i vs A V ' V v ' v' v l'1rst Row .I Oster G Luttrell 'Vlr lNlcolls B Ste man D Peacock C Shipley Second Row A Klein B Wetzler .I Davis J Yale E Xet T Hecht T Cray NI Dlx Lacrosse lhe lacrosse team was assembled for the first tune on March first, and practice was hclcl from that date on Ram mud and all around bad weather slowed up prac tice at first but when bettcr weather alrlyed the team was goin full tilt Mr Nick had twelye members of the yarslty squad back avaln thls year to build up the team 'lhe many new candidates were able to Hll out well any empty positions lhc yarslcy members of last year who played first or ser ond strln this year were as lollows attack Eddie West and Bob ble' man, mu! zelcl Danny Peacock, Guy Shipley Grayson Luttrell Bob Wetzler and Tom Gray de ense John DHVIS, Al lxlcm 'led Hecht and ,lack Yates goal Vllke DIX Mike Dlx and Danny Peacock were elected co captains by the team and have done a line job directing the team Up to thls date no Uames have been play ed but eyeryone IS expecting a winning season The schedule thls year is dlllicult with almost every team poslng a problem for the uaker stlckmen The schools included are Towson Gilman, Southern McDonogh Park Poly 'Nayy J V Boys Latin St Paul s Seyern Forest Park and Hopkins Frosh 55 l l I .. 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" ' - . ww ' in . , X4 . van" ff' 'E 4 L, "1 L 1.1 P ui THE CLASS WILL Anne Aubrey leaves her exuberant personalrty to Mlss Miller l aul Bll er leaves hls ablllty to rumba to Sammy DuBois Joyce Black leaves a bar of soap lglant economy slzel to the glrls locker room Jack Boulden leaves the 89th key to Bobby Taylor Louls Carr leaves his beamlng personality to Boston X eronlca Cloos leaves her kltchen apron to Jocelyn New ell John Lourtney leaves the Democrats to Miss Dllly Nllke Dlx leaves lacrosse to the lndlans l dna l ltemlller leaves her sunny dlsposltlon to Barbara Baker led Falconer leaves hrs creyvcut to Johnny Collom Don Fischer leaves his bottle of peroxide to Bebe Horner Joan bav er leaves her modeling ablllty to Shlrley Thompson lie au Hearn leaves hxs Spanlsh book to Mrs Barnes led Hu ht leaves the yvexghts rn the chemistry room to next year s c ass ,lun Holtzvvorth leaves hrs loquaclous capacity to Joe Klem Rosemary Jenklns leaves her gym credlts to Jean Holland Al Klem and Mlckey Miller leave Peter Parker to Mr Swlft Sue Knlpp-leaves a jar of Peter Pan Peanut Butter to Mlss MlChCT Ruth Levy leaves her sneezes to Miss Stockett and Mr 'Nlck the only two who ap Deb LEWIS leaves her naturally curly blond halr to Anne Taylor Grayson Luttrell leaves the beer mug m hls locker to Bob Stegman Jlll Morrel leaves her Llncoln Contlnental motor to Marlene Hicks Betsy Parker leaves her lost sweater to whoever found xt Danny Ieacock spltefully leaves Stegman and D8VlS another year ,Ioan lovvell leaves all Mercurys and Llncolns to Celle Brooks Bc tty Sxntlnyer leaves her men to Betty Bachman Lhalnp bherldan leaves hrs good looks to the highest bidder Guy Shlpley leaves a reducing machme to Art and Tom Gray Jaque bllverthorne-leaves the ulll room key to next year s editors tprovrded they can find lt' Dotty Snodgrass leaves the year after Les I frgy Qpurrler leaves her spare Inches to Pat Kohn Dotty btalford tearfully leaves Clark Moran Pat Strong leaves her braces to Janet Fenn Maxme Tarrmg leaves a bottle of asplrln to Mlss Stockett after drum her to drlnk Pat Terrell leaves nothlng she needs every thmg she s got Rebecca Woollen leaves the competent Baltimore Transrt Co to Mr Denk .lack Yates leaves his elocutlon to Eddle est 039 MW: N lf flj gdb A , .U 4 V . .. v V . 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Omld Fischer, Propf- Cl' ,y 6025 . 1- 1 W, E, , W , , J n . n u ' w . a ' I r . e son I l I I THE jOHN TROCKENBROT CO 7111171 School Rings College Lodge and Iratermlx ewelrv Banquet Favors Prizes and Trophies O 1 u HI If 310 N Paca St VE 1052 VIRGINIA DRISKILL Special: mg, I 1 l 1 ll! 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' ik itll mf 1"l'l4'lll,X S4-fm I R ,Ql 1 111 I1 zulrby 5 A- I V . 5 . -5 . . T . ' , . . .Z. I n .lflxxrf lmf l"fr114'r1'.x W'm'a1' lirnfuf firm ul. lir'i4l1'v11aiflw' amf lNLOKl'OlkA'l'l1J Alf fflfxl ff I Hx X ' ,dll '.xx"X I I " 1 A ' . iam' 1'3".'i 'Q 1. I 1. ' . -' I , . xl ' 1" 11 rl ' ' f - I - l , G- 'Z . i . 1 , "r1f. , ff , f : , V A I I l 113' ' , f A ' J f - lu -: . rm:-1 . md Ili. 9191 CONGRATULATIONS 311 BEST WISHES tothe 1948 GRADUATES A SENIOR FATHER TUXEDO PHARMACY sus ROLAND AVENUE TL'xuIn'H0r1 I Fomplunents PEGGY DOEBEREINER Complrments J RAYMOND GERWIG CO Builders Complzments j I-I FILBERT INC NU I I JN 'IO C RUNSW ORD Pl ZZLE ll I ill fll dI'l J llll x 1 Rllll I Ix N xllf' ur Il Dau PI II Dot I gtafford I Terrell Shlplew e Anne Bla: k N mlmu r jaque I5lIXfl'fI10I'IIt'I Bnulden IX Ro Pmarw Don fhamp Pr well Qtrong C' on , YW. I of . , W, --. -. I of I I I , Of . . .I I, 'MII ,I ' I I I -If' ' Iss 35. B Sy fm. Iva zz. I-11 il ' 9. Al I. ., III. Iarring 2. 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'll DEVELOPMENT OF SCHOOL GROUNDS W proudly point to lhe act that ue haze as regular clients the leading sehools and clubs In ihxs area COMPLETE OUTSIDE SERVICE Tenms Courls Alhlelxe Fields Suzmmzng Pools Furnishing and Planlmg 0 Nursery Stock Trzm mmg and Sprayng Roads and Pazmg Masonry Work Grading and Dramage VALLEY LANDSCAPE COMPANY Falls Rd near Old Pxmllco Rd Mt Washxngton, Balnmore 9, Md TUxedo 7900 01 Towson 1341 Evergreen 859 THE CARL J DOEDERLEIN CO jfuelers For Four Generalxons 10 W Saratoga Street at Charles Frzemllg Atmosphere Prelazls Prices are Reasonable at BAYLOR FURNITURE CO Ralph P Baylor Proprnetor The Fmest In Furmture Rugs, Bedding APPLIANCES 5526 York Rd BElmont 8035 GRAUEL S MARKET E-verythmg In Fme Foods Eflicnent Dclnery Seruce 511 3 Roland Avenue TU 2 5 40 4032 Roland Avenue UN l l 82 6242 Bellona Avenue TU 0740 Ewrgreen U7 R L TARRING AUTO SUPPLY CO DIS17'lb1lfUVY r B F GOODRICH Aberdeen Vlaryland Serung the Publze or Tufznl3 Years LEWIS PHARMACY 5500 Park Heights Ave Baltimore Nlaryland Complaments 0 MUTUAL INSURANCE AGENCY Chester ennmgs E B ennmss 1200 08 Court Square Bulldmg Baltnmorc 2 Maryland Phone PLaza 6490 Fxre Automobxle Azrcra I l I 7 P ' A f V X . , , . 1 . l 1 17. 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