Friends School of Baltimore - Quaker Yearbook (Baltimore, MD)
- Class of 1949
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With grafntude and a sense af prevailing frieadshep do we, the Semar Class, dedu-
cate the 1949 Quaker to one who has gawded as in many ways, aa the field and in the
ROBERT A. NICOLLS
M. Letitia Stockett
Author of Note
Friends School T917-1949
Let there be no sorrow,
In your song or tears.
Let all grief be ended,
All the iron years,
"The Hoots of Pegasasu
M. L. S.
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Ethelind B. Anderson
Ada C. Baldwin
Sara C. Barnes
Mary S. Barnhart
Ruth W. Boatmon
Elizabeth Y. Christhilt
Hedley A. Clark
Anna M. Clausen
Hermann M. Dahl
Eugene H. Denk
Ruth C. Dibert
Eleanor M. Dilworth
Priscilla L. Edwards
Alice C. Fry
Arthur O. Cray
Mildred M. Hetrick
Eleanor W. High
Virginia C. Hurley
Roma A. Luttrell
Dorothy E. Michel
Marion B. Millard
Josephine A. Miller
Robert A. Nicolls
Muriel B. H. Oster
Martha C. Parsons
J. Harold Passmore
L. Lawrence Peacock
Mary Allen Procter
Marjorie M. Richardson
Robert C. Richardson
Ida L. Schmeiser
Regina H. Shipley
Alice M, Shotf
Laura H. Singewald
M. Eleanor Starr
Jean P. Stuart
Janette L. Taylor
Eleanor P. Terry
Mary K. Wickham
Elizabeth W. Wilson
Harriette P. Van Sant
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Manager of Badminton Team, 45 Social Service Work,
A, Quill Staff, 4, Bazaar-Dolls and Toys.
"Her ways are ways of pIeasantness" . . . Do we have
enough birdies for the match? . , . Bazaar time , . , Doll
in each hand . . . Wavy brown hair flying . . . Smiling
easily . . . Chasing the blues , . . C-ood luck at State
Captain of J.V. Hockey Team, 4, Quaker Staff, 4,
Social Committee, 4, Bazaar-Flower Table,
BARBARA ANN BAKER
"Neat, not gaudy" . , . One of those St. Paul's fans . . .
Always looking nice . . . But why shouIdn't she? . . . She is!
. . . Charming hostess of terrific parties . . , Finished serving
a twelve year term here.
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Badminton Team, 4, Bowling, 2, Quaker Quill, 4:
Bazaar-Co-Chairman of Dinner.
"The power of thought - the magic ofthe mind" . . . Likes
Latin . . . Loathes bugs . . . Has a contagious laugh . . .
Rings on her fingers . . . A cast on her leg . . . Book-of-tl'1e-
week-girl . . . Daring tight-rope walker at shore parties
Captain of Varsity Badminton, 45 Glee Club, 2, ,3,
Quaker Quill, 4, Religious Life Committee, 4.
"A good laugh is sunshine in a house" . . . Future National
Badminton Champion . . . Miss Fix-it of the Argyle Clan
. . . C-ood in math . . . Best hostess in Randallstown . . .
Pop'eye's girlfriend . . . Call her Bootie.
CECELIA JANE BROOKS
J.V. Hockey, 2, Varsity Hockey Team, 3, 4, Vice-
President of Class, 2, Senate, l, Glee Club, 3, 4,
Chairman of Dance, 2, Business Manager of Quaker,
4, Bazaar-Second Hand Books.
"In busy companies of men" . . . All around gal from Sparks
. . . Has beauty, brains, and brown . , . Owns the dramatic
hockey stick of the team . . . Prediction of a successful
life for Celia.
Manager Varsity Hockey Team, 4, .l.V. Hockey Team,
2, 3, 4, Quaker Quill, 4, Senate, 4, Chairman of
Religious Life Committee, 4, Bazaar-White Elephant
"My heart is ever at your service" . . . Finished twelfth year
at Friends . . . Nicknamed Pat . . . Likes to help others
. . . Mrs. Millard's right hand man during hockey season
. . A friend of everyone.
"She was a scholar, and a good one" . . . Charter member of
J.V. Hockey Team, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club l, 2, Quaker
Quill, 4, ChiIdren's Hospital School, 3, 4, Bazaar-
the Honor Roll . . . Con you handle the Olds yet? . . . ls
o mouse near? . . , No, Shirley's talking . . . Here's hoping
you'll be Dr. Cox by '59 . , . Or else selling jewelry.
JOHN JOSEPH DAILEY Bom' BUS BOY 3 4
Stull waters run deep A man of very few words
Always wulllng to help others Gifted In the field of
scsence Llked by all Hats off to our future electrical
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' if President of Senate, 4, President of Class, 2, Treas-
X ff' A urer of Class, l, Varsity Football, 2, 3, 4, Varsity
Q A Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Lacrosse, 2, 3, 4, Cap-
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A ' The man that blushes us not ulte a brute" . . . Bi , blond,
and brawny . . . How many hearts have you broken . . .
A Hot-Rod fanatic . . . Always smiling . . . Inventor ofthe
portable heating pad . . . Unsung hero.
Co-Chairman of Bazaar, 4, Religious Life Com-
mittee, 4, Quaker Quill, 4, Quaker Staff, 4, J.V.
Football, l, 2, Varsity Football, 3, 4, Wrestling,
l, 2, 3, Lacrosse, l, 2, 3, Co-Chairman of Dance,
"The applause! delight! the wonder of our stage
Personality plus . . . The King of the Samba . . . Liked by
everyone . . . Our social butterfly . . . Miss Dilly's
opponent in politics . . . Theme song: W. and L. Swing.
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J.V. Hockey, l, 2, Varsity Hockey, 3, 4, Bowling
Team, 35 G.A.A, Representative, 4, Bookkeeper of
G.A.A. and B.A.A. Candy Sales, 4, Quaker Quill, l,
2, 3, 4, Quaker Staff, 4, Glee Club, l, 2, Bazaar-
Cake and Candy.
Sport royal" . . . One of the pioneers of our class .
of gold eyes of blue . . . Accurate center forward in hockey
Ace shot in basket-ball . . . Her "Yellow Bullet s T
always filled with her many friends.
Tennis Team l 2 3 4 Badminton Team 4 Glee
JANE MCCREA FRUECHTEMEYER Club 1 2 url sf ff 1 2 4 chwfmon of
Cross Fund Drive 3 School Representative to Red
Cross3 Secretary Treasurer of GAA 4 Bazaar
Co-Chairman of Dinner
"Her voice was ever soft gentle, and low" The Belle of
the Naval Academy A quiet but determined girl
Dresses like a Dresden Doll Can really handle a racquet
both in tennis and badminton
Varsity Basketball, 4, Quaker Staff, 4, Quaker Quill,
4, Bazaar-Cake and Candy Table.
"Fashioned so slenderly, young, and so fair" . . . Late-comer
to our class . . . Made her place among us with her vivacious
personality . . . An able "Card" on the basketball court
. . . Is cute and has brains too.
J.V. Football, Basketball, Lacrosse, l, Varsity Foot-
ball, 2, 3, Varsity Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Varsity La-
crosse, 2, 3, 4, Bazaar-Games.
"A very gentle man, and of good conscience" . . . The
strong silent type . . . Member of the K.K.K. iKrew Kut
Kidsl . . . Classy cravats . . . Can really handle that
Lacrosse Stick . . . His rear vision is magnified . . . Loads
Operetta, l, Play: Quaker Quill 4, Quaker Staff,
4, Senate Publicity, 3, 4, Social Committee, 4,
Bazaa r-Gra bs.
"Tis good to live and learn" . . . The walking college
directory . . . Has her ups and downs from history to
chemistry . . .Always helpful . . . Has the new look in a hair-
cut. . . A Maine-iac
MARTHA LEA HQFFMAN J.v. Hockey, 3, 4, J.v. Baskerboli, 3, 4, varsafy
Tennis, 3, 4, Glee Club, l, 2, 3, Senate, l, Operetta
l, 3, Bazaar-lce Cream.
"Born with a gift of laughter" . . . ls that country gal here
yet? . . . No, late again . . . That's Tiny . . . Will giggle at
anything . . . Full of fun and fancy free . . . Last of the
Hoffmans . . . For awhile, at least.
Badminton Team, 45 Glee Club, 4g Decorations Com-
mittee, 45 Bazaar-Pantry Table.
"A merry heart maketh a cheerful countenance" . . .
Buoyant personality . . . Always good for laughs. . .Was born
with a musical note in her mouth. A "youngster" . . . Owns
that famous long blond page-boy.
Dance Committee, 35 Glee Club, 4g Bazaar4Fancy
"Let us eat, drink, and be merry" . . . The Clown of the
Class . . . The sun-lamp kid . . . A Vaughn Monroe fiend
. . . Ocean City's always her tirst love . . . Made "Frankie
and Johnny" famous.
J.V. Hockey, l, 2, 35 Captain of J.V. Hockey, 35
J.V. Basketball, 2, 3, Varsity Basketball, 4, Varsity
Hockey, 4, Glee Club, l, 2, Quaker Quill, 4, Bazaar-
"Happy am Ig from care I am free" , . . Natural athlete
. , . Frequent visitor of Cruisieland . . . Happy-go-lucky
. Joy rides in El Fordecito won't be forgotten . . . Better
late than never, Bebe.
J.V. Football, l, 2, 3, Varsity Football, 4, J.V.
Lacrosse, l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Wrestling, l, 2, 3, 4,
"The best of healers is good cheer" , . . Jake, the Choo-Choo
Man , . . Quiet and reliable . . . Veteran wrestler . .
Romeo with a harem . . . Mr. Woodman's able assistant in
shop , . . The class handiman.
J.V. Hockey, l, J.V. Basketball, l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity
Hockey, 2, 3, 4, G.A.A. Representative, l, President
of G.A,A,, 4, Co-Chairman ot Dance, 2, Social Com-
mittee, 4, Glee Club, 4, Quaker Staff, 4, Bazaar-
Cake and Candy Table.
"In small proportion we just beauties see" . . . Franks
favorite Pin-Up girl . . . Good in all sports . , . Runs her
little blue taxi-cab . . , Full of fun . , . Everyone's friend
Varsity Badminton, 4, Religious Lite Committee, 4,
Chairman of Social Committee, 4, Vice-Presdent of
Senate, 4, Quaker Staff, 4, Quaker Quill, 4, Secretary-
Treasurer of Class, 3, Bazaar Play, l, Bazaar-Maw
ager of Play.
"It's love that makes the world go round" . . Hear Bobby's
name? . . . The red-headed spark of the class is near . . . Her
spontaneous wit keeps us in stitches . . . A top-flight actress
. . . We'II ne'er forget you, Snooky-Ukums. If
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J.V, Football, l, Varsity Football, 2, 3, 4, Varsity
Wrestling, 2, 3, 4, Captain of Team, 4, Quaker Staff,
3, Co-Editor of Quaker, 4, Quill Staff, 4, Bazaar-
"Young in limbs, in judgment old". . . Flash . . . Watch
the birdie . . . The dark-room expert . . . Has widespread
influence . . , Killer Kayne . . . Tres amusant dans la closse
de francais- ELLIOTT HARVEY KAYNE
Glee Club, 4, Quaker Quill, 4, Quaker Staff, 4,
Secretary-Treasurer of Class, 4, Dance Committee,
2, Bazaar-Record Table.
"Love, and a cough, cannot be hid" . . . Angel face with
new hair cut . . . Interested in higher government . . . Al
Jolson fan . . . A professional credit dodger . . . Ocean City
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President of Class, 3, Chairman of G.A.A. Social Com-
mittee, 4, Senate Social Committee, 4, Glee Club, l,
4, Quaker Quill, 4, Bazaar-Chairman of Lower
"Good sense only is the gift of Heaven" . . . Sophisticated
lady . . . Green Spring Bar Fly . . . Credit crazy . . . A real
extremist . . . Always seen catching up on her Bugology.
Co-Editor of Quill, 4, Senate, 3, Varsity Lacrosse,
3, 4, Basketball, 4, J.V, Lacrosse, l, 2, J.V. Basket-
ball, l, 2, 3, J.V. Football, l, 2, Bazaar--Soft
"None but himself can be his parallel" . . . Great dissenter
of every subject . . . Card shark . . . Scored never-to-be-
forgotten goal of Gilman . . . Sophomore girls' poet laureate.
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Bowling Team, 3, 4, Quill Staff, 4, Chairman of
Child Welfare Committee, 4, Glee Club, 45 Co-Chair-
man of June Week Committee, 4, Bazaar-White
"FiIls the air around with beauty" . . . West Point's favorite
actress . . . Ours too . . . Another one of those Army brats
. . . Queenie of our parties . . . Plenty smart and pretty too.
Vice-President at Class, lj Varsity Hockey, l, 2,
3, 4, Captain of Team, 4, J.V. Basketball, l, 2, 35
Varsity Basketball, 4, Senate, 3, Assembly Com-
mittee, 4g Quaker Quill, 4, Quaker Staff, 4, Bazaar-
Chairman of Fancy Work Table, Sec-Treas. Senate 3.
"Her blue eye is a true one" . . . Career girl with eye to
merchandizing . . . Loves the namesake of a certain wrestler
. . . Mother Superior. . . Peter's bitter opponent . . . Four
years in the goal.
President of Class, lg Quill Staff, 45 Varsity Basket-
ball, l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Hockey, l, 2, 3, 4, Captain
of Basketball, 4, Representative to United Nations,
3, 4, Bazaar-Apples-on-the-stick,
"A mind not to be changed by place or time" . .
in athletics . . . And in studies too . . . Beware-Sugxes
mighty determined . . . Good conversationalist . Seen
Bowling Team 3 4 Badminton Team 4 Glee Club
45 Candy Sales 4 Bazaar Cake and Candy Table
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gotta have a cigarette Sleepy time at our gal Pat s
Her Irish eyes are smiling Duck pin queen Our
future lady editor
Glee Club, 4g Quaker Staff, 45 Bazaar-White Ele-
"But 0, she dances such a way" . . , A model in our midst
. . . lnstead of Coldilocks, they're brown . . . Has that Army
Brat Southern accent . . . Noted for her bouncy walk . . .
Weary after week-end travels.
g.V.k l-loilijy, 3, 4g Bowling Team, 3, 4g Bazaar-
"Patience and gentleness is power" . . . Lucky girl . . . First
accepted in college . . . Puts her heart in everything she
does . . . Has to hard drive in hockey . . . Lots of Luck at
DAVID LUTHER N ICKERSON
J.V. Football, 2, J.V. Basketball, 2, 3, J,V. Lacrosse,
2, 3, Varsity Football, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball, 4,
Varsity Lacrosse, 4, Treasurer of B.A,A,, 4, Men's
Chorus, 4, Co-Chairman of Xmas Dance, 4, Bazaar-
"A merry heart doeth good like o medicine" . . . The boy
with the beautiful hazel eyes . . . Collom's badminton
partner . . . Brought St. Nick to us all at the Holly Ball
. . . Man's best friend is Dave.
Manager of Football Team, l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Foot-
ball, 2, Manager of Basketball Team, l, 2, 3, 4,
Manager of Lacrosse, l, 2, 3, Varsity Lacrosse, 4, ,
"l have laid aside business, and gone o-fishing" . . . Known
to all his friends as "Shorty" . . . An inspiring supporter of
all the teams . . . Our ardent fisherman.
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Senate, 2, 4, Vice-President of Class, 4, Quill Staff,
l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Football, 3, 4, Varsity Basket-
ball, 4, Varsity Lacrosse, 4, J.V, Football, l, 2, J,V.
Basketball, l, 2, 3, J.V. Lacrosse, l, 2, Assembly
Committee, 4, Welfare Committee, 4, Co-Chairman
of June Week Committee, 4, Bazaar-Haberdashery
"Knowledge is power" . . . Potential Chairman of Republi-
can National Committee . . . Lutherville's gift to Ruxton
. . . Well-versed in all topics . . . Friends veteran of twelve
Glee Club, 4, Quill Staff, 4, Student Monitor, 4,
Social Committee, 4, Bazaar-Second Hand Books.
"Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself" . . . Tall, Tawny
and Terrifying . . . A Loyola Lover from way back . . . Never
seen-Runs too fast . . . Wonderful way with children
Will make a certain lucky man muy feliz.
Bazaar Play, 2, Socia
Dance Decorations, 4,
"Art for art's sake" . .
Always leisurely late . .
l Committee, 2, Chairman of
Glee Club, 4, Bazaar-Dolls
. Potential portrait painter. . .
. Lover of Maryland's western
climate . . . Pretty blue eyes hide deep thoughts . . . Good
worker for all school functions.
J.V. Football, lg J.V. Basketball, lg J.V. Lacrosse,
lg Varsity Football, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Basketball, 2,
4, Varsity Lacrosse, 3, 4.
not budge an inch" . . . Superman . . . After Jack
Benny, first violinist . . . All-round Sportsman . , , Rules the
hall with an iron hand . . . Assured ofa bright future in
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J.V, Football, lj Varsity Football, 2, 3, 4, J.V. Basket-
ball, lg Varsity Basketball, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Lacrosse,
l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President of Class, 3, Vice-President
of B.A,A., 4, Coach of Midget Football, Bazaar-
"TruIy, I would the gods had made thee poetical" . . . Tall,
dark, and Beware . . . A sure shot with his "Bebe" eyes
. . . Another member of the K,K.K. lKrew Kut Kidsl . .
A real Huckleberry Finn.
Bazaar-Chairman of Magician Show.
"Sing, riding's a joy. For me, I ride" . . . Friends School's
alarm clock . . . Gives a helping hand at lunch-time . . .
Another Towsonite . . . Able assistant in al! class affairs
. . . Horses are her Hobby.
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J.V.Hockey, l, Varsity Hockey, 2, 3, 4, J,V. Basket-
ball, l, 2, 3, Varsity Basketball, 4, Varsity Tennis,
2, 3, 4, Religious Life Committee, 2, Chairman at
Publicity Committee, 3, 4, Senate, 3, 4, Quill Staff,
l, Co-Editor of Quill, 4, Quaker Staff, 4, Bazaar-
"This is the short and the long of it" . , . Little blonde
firecracker . . . Excels in every field . . . Favorite form
of government: Student . . . Quill deadline makes her "a
nervous wreck" . . . Future history prof.
Quill Staff, 4, Bazaar Coeretta, 3, Varsity Badminton,
4, Glee Club, l, 2, Bazaar-Flower Table.
"ExceedingIy well-read" , . . A seasoned traveller from
Aberdeen . . . A pro badminton player , . . Eminent hair
stylist . . . Excellent in English . . . Our future Florence
Co-Chairman of Bazaar, 4, Bazaar Play, 2, Social
Committee 2, J.V. Hockey, 3, 4, J.V. Basketball,
3, Co-Chairman of Dance, 3, Religious Life Com-
"The sweetest garland to the sweetest maid" . . . A hard
worker . . . Has energy that makes school affairs successful
Has a s ecial interest in a certain MCD boy Short
gqeief, and ,iiemy neat. ' " ' ' CAROLYN LEE VERVALEN
J.V. Football, l, Varsity Football, 2, 3 4, Varsity
Basketball, l, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Lacrosse, l, 2, 3, 4,
President of B.A.A. 4, CO-Chairman of Dance, 2,
"Yond Vest has a lean and hungry look" . . . A pioneer
of the class Miss Luttrell's chemistry lab assistant . . .
A natural born prankster All Star lacrosse player.
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Bazaar Play, 2, 3, Publicity for GAA., 3, 4, Co-
Chairman of Xmas Dance, 4, Quaker Staff, Quill
Staff, 4, Bowling Team, 4, Bazaar-Doll and Toy
"Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm" . .
A girl with clever ideas A . . Always helping others . . .
Can really wield that paint brush . , . A true southern belle
. . . Inspiration behind the bulletin board.
Bazaar Play, 2, J,V. Hockey, 3, 4, Publicity for
G.A.A., 4, Manager of Basketball Team, 4, Quill
Staff, 4, Chairman of Senate Dance Decorations,
"Energy and determination have done wonders many a ,
time" . . . An honorary citizen of Annapolis . . . A real , -X""q'
"Neatie" . . . Most often seen running for the A bus . . . ,
A witty woman . . . She has hair people "Dye" to get.
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resentative, 2, 3, Quill Staff, 3, 4, Senate, 3, 4, Cap
tain of Basketball, 4, Varsity Basketball, 2, 3, 4
Varsity Football, 2, 3, 4, Varsity Lacrosse, l, 2, 3,
My only books were woman's looks" . . . Man of Distinction
. . Chief ticket-taker of the class . . . Shepherds our flock
. . Touchdown, basket, goal: that's our Bob.
Co-Editor of Quaker, 4, Quill Staff, 3, 4, Secretary-
CY Treasurer of Class, 2, Religious Life Committee, 4
Senate Social Committee, 4, Glee Club, 4, Bazaar-
Cake and Candy Table.
"WouIdst thou both ect thy cake and have it" . . . Mrs M s
fastest athlete . . . Like molasses, that is . . . Laughs loudest
and longest . . . Has everyone returned his proofs?
Her rosy cheeks, we know, will bring a rosy future
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Betty Bachman 2707 Berwlck Ave Ha 1062
Barbara Baker 704 Gllmarys Rd Tux 9648
Frances Benson 708 Beaumont Ave Ch
Vlrglnla Boatman Luberty Rd Randallstown
Cecella Brooks Sparks Md Cokeysvllle 52
Patsy Class 4203 Eastvuew Rd Tux 7577
Shlrley Cox 537 Wuldwood Parkway Long
Jack Dally 635 St Johns Road Tux 9582
John Davls 531 W Fortueth St Be 2806
Sam Dubois 6409 Pnnehurst Rd Tux 2810
Joan Eckert 3315 Dorchester Rd Llb 7700
Jane Fruechtmeyer 603 Overbrook Rd H
West Point New York
Tom Gray 5314 Tlllbury Way Tux 3198
Ann Guttmacher 2709 Lawuna Rd Lnb 0700
Martha Hoffman Ivy Hull Road Towson
Sue Hoffman 413 E Lake Ave Tux 3293
Jean Holland 5213 Putney Way Tux 5076
Rosalle Horner Dance Mull Road Phoenlx
Md Fork 3761
Ted Jacobson 1507 Ralworth Rd Tux 8204
Ellve Jennlngs Warrlngton Apts Tux 9434
Evans Johnson 3925 Keswick Road Be 4135
Harvey Kayne 2418 Eutaw Place La 4135
Judy Keller 805 Welllngton Road Evergreen
Llbby Kew Blackstone Apts Be 4400
Joe Kleun 7701 Crossland Road Fo 5753
Eve McClure Quarters 0 49 Fort George G
Dales McCurdy 804 Rndgelelgh Road Towson
Pat McHenry 303 Tuscany Rd Tux 5893
Sugue Michael 7102 Rich Hull Road Ever
Florence Mood Quarters 052 Fort George
Marcra Newell 901 E Belvedere Ave Tux
Dave Nuckerson 27 S Hnlton St Ed 3457 W
Brent Pans 7102 Plymouth Road Mo 1336
Peter Parker Semunary Ave Luthervllle
Jane Purnell 6025 Gwynn Oak Ave Wood
Charles Schnepfe 802 Thornnull Road Tux
Bob Stegman 303 Turnbnge Rd Tux 5654
Ann Taylor 614 Debaugh Ave Towson 505J
Shlrley Thomas 726 E Thurty third Street
Shlrley Thompson 648 W Bel Alr Ave
Aberdeen Md Aberdeen 126
Carolyn VerValen 5005 St Albans Way
Edward Vest 226 E Thlrty nunth St
Jane and Pat Webb 300 Somerset Road
Bob Wetzler 3502 Overbrook Rd Fo 4066
Nancy Whitehouse 2110 Carterdale Road
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Peter Parker leaves runnlng the school to Mr Rlchardson
Pat Mcl-lenry leaves what s left ot her unlto ms to posterlty and the mlce
Marcla Newell leaves the math sectlon of HGV DVOHW TO Coy Thomsen
Bebe Horner leaves her legs to Connle Blake
Barbara Baker leaves her partles to Beverly Dovls
Dales McCurdy leaves what she dwesnt need to be shared between June Fllbert and Jean
Brent Pans leaves Jack Andrews has helght and managershlp
Carolvn VerValen leaves her Bazaar wrlnkles to Mrs Mlllard and next year s chalrmen
Ann Cluttmacher leaves her handwrltlng to anyone who can read lt
Margaret Rlce leaves her latest woodcarvlng to Mr Stelner
Jean Holland leaves tor Ocean Clty wnth l-VOFKI6 GHG JOHVHW
Joan Eckert leaves the Candy Sales Books TO The hlghest bidder
Bob Wettzler leaves Eve alone
Betty Bachman leaves a box of salt so that next years lunches wlll be seasoned
Shlrley Thomas leaves wlth a slgh of rellel
Jane Webb leaves before the school burns downto get her out
Ann Taylor leaves her rldlng experlences to all who may protlt by them
Joe Kleun leaves Mr Denks humor to next year s Trng class
Pat Webb leaves a bottle ot peroxlde to Lydla Dashellls and A Ile Blemlller Use
ly QI s lt he ps'
Ted Jacobson leaves hls wrestllng ablllty and nlne cent White Owls to Mr Nlck
Shlrley Thompson leaves her lunch to Duck Flske and John l-llglnbotham
Charles Schnepte leaves a fundamental aulde to coachlna and a tlrst and handbook to
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Libby Kew-leaves nlghtclubblng to Dilly and Otie I by
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Celue Brouk leaves her experuence to Barbara Jenkuns
Nancy Whutehouse leaves her make up kut to Mara Donovan
Sam Dub us leaves fcr Vurgunua but not wuthout Evans
Jane Fume" leaves Clark Moran for Jummy
Eve McClure Joan Cuard and Florence Mood leave tne lona hazardous trap from Fort
Meade to Jean McClure
Vurgunua Boatman leaves Mr Ruchardson her French accent
Evans Johnson leaves Bobby physucally but not mentally
Fddue Vest leaves for a longer vacatuon
Frances Benson thankfully leaves all the ladybugs un Fruends School
Judy Keller leaves wuth John on o slow boat to Chuna
Shurley Cox leaves her place on the JV Hockey Team to anyone who wull have ut
Jane Fruechtemeyer leaves her Chemustry unknowns to any one who can fund them
John Davus leaves has knowledge of Spanush to the ltOlIOr1S
Bob Steaman leaves hls pruesthood to Duck Fuske
tllue Jennungs leaves Franks technucuue to Duck Fuske
Patsy Class uust leaves takuna Class wuth her
Sugue Muchael leaves her athletuc abuluty and a few creduts to Lydua Dasheulls
Dove Nuckerson leaves the remaunung teeth of hus pocket comb plus a lesson on unstal
lung a Model A carburetor and one whusker to Ted Mclsernon
Jack Dauley leaves beauty to the beasts
Martha Fl ffman leaves and the lunch room becomes auuet
l-larvev Kavne leaves French to the Frenchmen
Tom Cray leaves one butter to Boston
The Class of 49 leaves much to the uoy of the Faculty
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First Row: H. Schorrick, E .Huebbers, F. Zollinger, B. Glazier, B. Vinson, J. Kenigson, D. Wiggins, W. White-
hurst, D. Entriken, J. Sievold, T. Martin. Second Row: H. Derby, P. Leach, C. Crawford, W, Tydings,
J. Oster, F, Singewald, P. Cohen, C. Smith, M, Bellezza, J. Lippy, K. Seller. Third Row: B. Saunders,
D. Blake, G, Mathias, D. Smith, S. Straight, J. Bolin, B. Christopher, J. Whitelaw, G. Sause, A. Crosby,
V. Miller, Not Present: J. Richelderfer.
This year the seventh grade welcomed nine new pupils into their class. Only two
pupils left us. We now have thirty-five members.
ln the beginning of the year we had our Senate election and soon after that, our
BAA and GAA elections. Pat Leach is our Senate representative, Vega Miller is our
CAA representative, and Bob Christopher is our BAA representative.
In December, before the holidays, both sections of the seventh grade planned a
Christmas basket of food for a needy family in Baltimore. Each member of our class
brought some food plus a cash contribution. A chicken was donated, and on the Tues-
day before the vacation, four members of the class took the basket down to the family.
All the girls went out for hockey this year, and a few took swimming. We had one
lockey game with Park School and two basketball games.
Most of the boys went out for football and basketball this year, and one boy is taking
wrestling. The boys have played five football games: two games with Calvert, two with
C-ilman, and one with St. Paul's.
Other high spots af the year were the seventh and eighth grade dance and the
class picnic at the end of the year.
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First Row: L. Gallager, B. Mullikin, R. Whiteford, M. Spaulding, B. Parks, T. Moore, W, Wislicensus, N.
Towner, S. Hoffberger. Second Row: M. Mahr, H. Dundore, L. Mortimer, E. Hanauer, C. Wasserman, G.
Baxter, M. Stiles, M. Carlson, C. Norwood, C. Bolin, H. Rippel. Third Row: J. Zollinger, J. Martin, D.
Huffington, R. Moore, F. Meyer, T. Trice, S. Miller, H. Bohlman, D. Sharretts, C. Keen, L. Manger, M.
Piraro. Fourth Row: J. Benson, C. Pfrommer, J. Roundtree, S. Hearn, J. Gable, J. Waters, A. Bauer,
C. Edmunds, K. Alford, A. Kelly, B. Taze, P. Fleming. Not Present: J. Whitehouse, F. Weiss, J. Cole, M.
We the eighth grade of i948-49 were happy to welcome five new members to our
class, We lost one student from last year's class, but the new students made up for
The boys in the class went out for football in the fall, and a few of them made the
J.V. They played a game at Hopkins during the intermission when the college players
were taking a rest, and Friends was very proud when they won. ln the winter most of
the boys went out for basketball. Three went out for wrestling. The B.A.A. representa-
tive was Dick Whiteford.
All of the girls in our class played hockey, and a few of them went out for swim-
ming. We played two hockey games against Park School. During the winter all the
girls went out for basketball and the majority of them took ice skating on the side. ln
the spring we played tennis and lacrosse, and several took swimming at the Y.W.C.A.
which was a lot of fun. Our C,A.A. representative was Julie Rountree.
The class officers were:
President ............ ...... J ack Gable
Vice President ....... . . .Sue Hoffberger
Senate Representative . . . . . . Joy Benson
Treasurer ........... . . . . .Penny Martin
Secretary ........................................... Chris Pfrommer
They proved theselves capable otticers.
A few of the high spots of the year were the seventh and eighth grade dance, class
parties, and the big class picnic at the end of the year.
First Row: M, Parrish, J. Mathias, P. Engel, B. Buftington, W. Taylor, D. Clarkson, L. Mathias. Second
Row: H. Seiler, S. France, F. Hodous, J. Mules B. Clarke, D. Baker. K-. Hecht, H. Matthews N. Spick-
nall, J. Jenness, Third Row: M. Tollefson, D. O'Connell, K. Heinold, V. Thebaud, S. Davis, A. Halpern,
V. Stegman, S. Hanby, R. Peacock, H, Wisotzkey.
The Freshman class arrived fearfully on the opening day of school, not knowing just
what was going to befall them. The class was the same, except for the loss of five of the
gang. Of course, we were very fortunate in gaining Sue France, Shirley Hanby, Fred
Hodous, Jonathon Jenness, Janet Mules, Nancy Spicknall, Webb Taylor, Vincent Thebaud,
and Howard Wisotzkey.
We were very lucky to have Howard Seller as our president, Howard Wisotzkey as
our vice-president, and Katherine Heinold as our secretary-treasurer. The class Senate
member was Don Baker, and Joanne Mathias and Alan Halpern represented us in the
CAA. and B.A.A.
"The Freshman are at it again" was the general opinion around Friends, when
Renear Peacock made substitute on the Hockey Team. They also exclaimed when Renear
and Suzanne Davis made the Varsity Basketball Squad. The class was also very proud
of those on the Boys' Junior Varsity Football and Basketball Teams, Jonathan Jenness
and Fred Hodous, who were our only wrestlers. In the spring the boys' fancy turned
to lacrosse, while the girls tried their luck at tennis.
The annual Freshman dance and many parties made the entire year a complete
First Row: M. Howell, R, Crosby, P. Hodous, S. Curlett, G. Thomsen, B. Brock, J. Newell, L. Dashiells, V.
Bourne, S. Boulden, M. Lambros. Second Row: B. Nickerson, P. Janvier, J. McClure, A. Holland, S.
Miller, R. Bolgiano, A. Martin, E. Heaton, D. Glazier, C. Fordyce, E. Thomas. Third Row: P. Bryan, C.
Blake, J. Phillips, P. Chenowith, L, Davis, M, Brown, V. McLain, W. Pierce, A. Tillinghast, A. Schneid-
ereith, J. Sheridan, B. Christhilf. Fourth Row: W. Gallager, B. Walke, G. Smith, J. Gilbert, J. Miles, J.
Kuethe, B. Taylor, J. McGohan, L. Lenhard, B. Winkleman, B. Toland. Not Present: E. Kann, C. Gutberlet.
Our class began the year with a bang, by acquiring nine new students: Anne Til-
linghast, Mary Lambros, Sara Boulden, Ann Martin, Pat Hodous, Virginia McClain, Gay
Thomsen, Carl C-utberlet, and Gil Smith. These newcomers have added much to our
class, have, along with the old members, found places for themselves in studies, sports,
and all other school activities.
The president of our class this year is Lenny Lenhard with Jack Phillips as vice-
president. Jocelyn Newell is our secretary-treasurer. The B.A.A. representative is Jack
Gilbert, while Gay Thomsen is the G.A.A. representative. Our class representatives in
the Senate are Jean Sheridan and Bobby Taylor.
We held our class dance this year on February twenty-fifth. With the theme as
"Moonlight Serenade" and Mary Brown and Brownie Pearce as co-chairmen, the dance
was a big success.
The class of Fifty-one hopes to make its remaining two years at Friends the most
First Row: B. Jenkins, G. Wilder, E. Budacz, J. Fenn. E. Meyers, A. Biemiller, F.
Derby, B. Davis. Second
Row: J. Collom, M. Hicks, S. Sachs, C. Skinner, V. Hendrickson, T. McLernon, J. Filbert, M. Donovan,
J. Andrews. Third Row: J. Fedder, D. Mathias, C. Moran, J. Higinbotham, J. Oster, P. Gontrum, D.
Whiteford, B. Hall, J. Cutler, Fourth Row: J. Roundtree, R, Wilson, D, Fiske, T. Bellezza, C, Blake,
H. MacLea, B. Fritz, F. Brenning, P. Kane. Not Present: S. Kegan, J. Vickers.
Given: I8 girls and l8 boys
Prove: These l8 girls + these l8 boys : terrific potential Seniors
Last year's Sophomore class fe Jane Suzanne ef Frank -5 Pete
: the Junior class.
Rod -l- Bev -f- Dave : the executive department of the class of '5O. Identity
Marlene ef Joan 1- Dick -V Clark f our Senators. Identify
C.A.A. representativeship - Barbara Jenkins a total loss.
B.A.A. representativeship - Herb MacLea : a total loss.
l8 boys + Coaches C-ray and Nicolls 4- a darn good bunch otSubtrQCfiOn axiom
l8 girls + Coach Millard f a darn good bunch of athletes.
Endeavors ot Bev -F Mar el Dave f- Dick W a successful Junior
U8 girls 4- I8 boys? X a lot ot hard work :f a superior class
A superior class +- some tiptop teachers li 7 honor students.
These 18 girls - these l8 boys f terrific potential Seniors.
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The l948e49 Senate has been operating under the capable leader-
ship of John Davis The fourteen other members of the organization
have also done a tene job. All the members have taken a great interest
in the Senate this year, and because of this interest, the Senate has taken
on much more responsibility. One ot the most outstanding achievements
of the Senate this year was the taking over ot the study halls. Each Junior
and Senior member has been given the responsibility of supervising several
study halls a week, This has been the first time that the student Senate
members have actually taken part in the daily routine at the schools The
Senate instituted a type at student court This council is made up at
the six Senior members and two Juniors elected by the Senate This
court will deal with cases at the suggestion at Mr Richardson, and it is
to act in an advisory capacity The Senate this year has set up a com'
mittee to revamp the old constitution! and there have been many wise
changes in the new constitution Under the leadership of the Senate
new wooden stands were erected on the football tield These stands can
be added to whenever the money is obtained
The Senate has maintained all its previous interests. The Religious
Life, Assembly, and Publicity Committees are only a few of the organi-
zations the Senate controls. Each of these committees are continually
trying to better their programs in the interest of the students.
To summarize the work of this year's Senate is indeed a difficult
task, for the accomplishments are numerous. The Senate has had the
co-operation of the student body and the future success of this organization
depends upon the interest of the school.
First R w J Klein Mr Denk S Thomas Second Row N Whitehouse P Parker B Wetzler S Dubois E
Johnson Third Row J Webb F Benson V Boatman D McCurdy S Michael J Keller J Purnell J
Eckert R Horner P Webb S Thompson E McClure P Class A Guttmacher S Cox B Bachman
J Fruechfemeyer J Gard
Co Editors Shirley Thomas Joe Klein
Business Manager Bob Wetzler
Alumni Editor Patsy Class
Girls Sports Editor Doris Michael
Boys Sports Editor Sam Dubois
Feature Editor .... ............................ P eter Parker
News Staff ............ Dales McCurdy Judy Keller Jane Purnell Joan
Eckert Shirley Cox' Nancy Whitehouse Evans Johnson
Copy Staff ........ Frances Benson, Shirley Thompson, Eve McClure, Ann
Cuftmacher, Betty Bachman, Jane Fruechtemeyer, Joan Card
Circulation .... Jane Webb, Virginia Boatman, Rosalie Horner, Pat Webb
Faculty Adviser ....................,................. Mr. Denk
The Quill this year has been under the supervision of its Co-editors, Joe
Klein and Shirley Thomas. Each member of the Quaker Quill Staff has
worked conscientiously in an effort to produce a paper that would be of
interest to the student. There have been a variety of articles printed,
among the most popular were the surveys. The Alumni Boys' Sports,
Girls' Sports and Pin Feathers columns have appeared in each issue and
have been skillfully and interestingly written. The editorials have dealt
with current school problems and the editors hope, have brought these
problems to the attention of the students. Credit should be given to the
copy staff who have had late articles thrust upon them with the order:
"Have this ready as soon as you can . . . or else." Mr. Denk, who served
as adviser to the Editors has also done a good job in seeing that the Quill
was up to its fine standards. lt is hoped the next year's Editors will
provide an interesting Quill, that the students will enjoy reading and
look forward to receiving.
Betsy Chrusth If
Muss Hugh Coach
Bowlung began on December furst and sunce then every Wednesday
between thurty and forty gurls have been tryung for the posutuon of hugh
scorer Each week the ten gurls wuth the hughest scores have theur names
posted un a lust on the bull tun board un the front hall of school After
many weeks of bowlung at the Homeland Alley eleven gurls were chosen
for the team For these gurls the tollowung matches have been played
Notre Dame on February lo at Homeland
Notre Dame on February 23 at Homeland
Bard Avon on March 2 at Homeland
Towson on March 9 at Homeland
Bard Avon on March 26 at Recr
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First Row: G. Wilder, B. Jenkins, B. Davis, E. Jennings Second Row: J. Fenn, S, Curlett, C. Skinner, A .Bie
miller, C, Fordyce, B. Meyers, D. Glazier, E. Thomas.
lhe Cheerleaders of l948-49 showed a
great amount of school spirit and enthusi-
asm. They worked harder than ever this
year, and went to great pains to compose
new cheers to bring our teams to victory.
At the beginning of the season, our cheers
seemed rather "fatigued," so the gals put
their heads together, and things started pop-
ping again. New cheers were worked out,
and the results were pleasing to the ears.
We spent every Monday afternoon working
ourselves to a "frazzle," in order to give a
good showing for our school when the game
on Friday would roll around. Sometimes
one or or two cheerleaders would be allowed
to accompany the team when they played
out of town, which was always a treat.
There was always much competition
among the Cheerleaders from other schools,
which inspired us to practice even harder
to make our, spectators yell with all their
might. lt takes plenty of pep and spirit to
be a really effective Cheerleader, and as
a whole, our group, this year, had more
vigor and vivacity than ever before. We
only hope that our efforts and cheers will
always help to bring the "Big Red Team" on
First Row: B. Hall, D. Whiteford, T.
Jacobson, C. Moran, J. Davis, B.
Toland, L. Lenhardt, C. Schnepfe, P.
Gontrum, D. Nickerson. Second Row:
J. Gilbert, J. Collom, J. Higinbatham,
F. Breining, R, Wilson, D. Fiske, J.
Mediocre is the word to describe
this year's football team. lt was
not the best Friends has had, but
then it was not the most unsuc-
cessful seasan, either. The team
was hit hard by the graduation of
T948 and only a handful of lettere
men were on hand for the open-
ing practice held in September at
Camp Keewadin on the shores of
the South River. The team was
molded around this group of
players, and upon returning to
Baltimore, added a few more mem-
bers who had been unable to make
The team competed in the Inter-
Academic Conference which is
composed of teams from Delaware,
Miles, P. Parker, J. Cutler, B. Winkle-
Man, S. Sachs. Third Row: B. Paris,
J. Phillips, J. Fedder, B. Wetzler,
B. Fritz, B. Taylor, C. Blake, H.
Kayne, E. Vest, J McGohan, H. Moc-
Lea, Mr. Nicolls.
Maryland, and Washington, D. C.
Before the kickoff of the first
game, injuries had already started
to take their toll, and at some
periods during the season, as many
as five first string men would be
sidelined because of injuries. This
did not seem to daunt the re-
maining players, and though
usually defeated, the team al-
ways played and fought hard with
that "do or die" spirit, even when
the odds were greatly against
them. The best we can wish for
next year's team is to start where
this year's players left off, and,
it they retain all the work, fight,
and spirit had by the l948 eleven,
they will hang up many victories.
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First Row: F. Hodous, J. Janess, G. Smith, J, Fedder, H. Kayne, T. Jacobson, C. Moran, T, McLernon, F.
Breining. Second Row: F. Smith, B. Toland, J. Waters, J. Kuethe.
This year, under the capable guidance
of Fred Smith, co-captain of the wrestling
team at Hopkins, our wrestling team gained
much knowledge and experience.
We had matches with the Maryland
School tor the Blind, Patterson Park, Severn,
and other teams. Harvey Kayne, elected
captain, was in the l65 pound class, and
distinguished himself both in the regular
matches and in the lnterscholastic ones. Our
light weight classes were composed mostly
ot younger boys, who gained needed practice
this year, which ot course, is requisite in
making a good senior wrestler.
The boys who stood out this season in
individual competition were Joel Fedder in
the l38 pound class, Ted McLernon in the
i75 pound class, Harvey Kayne in the l65
pound class, and Gil Smith in the l33 pound
The Wrestling Team is slowly building
up and improving. lt takes time to make
good teams, but it all the students support
the team, and more boys take wrestling,
within a short while Friends will have a
powerful and winning team. This team is
on its way, let's help it get there.
145 Ted Jacobson
ll2 Jonathan Janess l55 Clark Moran
l2l Fred Hodous
i33 Gil Smith
l38 Joel Fedder
l65 Harvey Kayne
l75 Ted McLernon
Heavy Bill Toland
First Row: J. Andrews, P. Gonthrom
Second Row: Mr. Gray, B. Wetzler
There was nothing great
about this year's basketball
squad. The team was a tall
one, the tallest in years, but it
did not seem to have the fight
of other Friends School Ath-
letic teams. The first team
was composed of Bob Wetzler,
captain, Ed Vest, Bob Taylor,
Bob Stegman, and John Davis.
This was backed up by a
smaller, more spirited five
composed of Pete Parker, Joe
Klein, C. Schnepfe, T. Cray,
and Pete Gonthrom. Many
were the days that these two
teams fought it out on equal
terms in practice, with the first
team's height usually being the
deciding factor. Next year, a
better season is hoped for as
there will be five returning
Parker, T. Grey, J. Klein, B. Paris.
Davis, B. Stegman, B. Taylor, E. Vest.
lettermen and they will have
the advantages ot a new full
time coach who is being
acquired from the Mid-West.
This season the team en-
gaged in both 'the Maryland
Scholastic Association A Con-
ference and the lnter-Aca-
demic Conference which is
composed of high schools in
M a r y l a n d, Delaware, and
Washington, D. C. Though
their record in the I. A. C. was
better than their Maryland
record, neither was impressive.
There were no outstanding
players on the team, and the
scoring was usually divided
among all the players.
So here's'the best of luck to
next year's team. May it do
better than this year's.
First Row: S. Thomas, C. Skinner
S. Curlett, Second Row: Mrs.
D. McCurdy, P, Webb
Much to the surpise of Mrs. Millard and
the whole school, the basketball team had a
terrific season. With only Sugie Michael
and Shirley Thomas returning from last year's
team, we weren't given very good odds. The
last game found us with ten wins, one tie
and one lost. Our only loss went to our
rivals in Washington.
New talent was rampant on this victor-
ious team. Ronnie Peacock and Suzanne
Davis, both Freshmen, Sally Lou Curlett, a
Sophomore, and Shirley Thomas, a Senior,
filled the forwards berths. Shirley was high
scorer of the year with about l3O points to
her credit. Sugie Michael took over her
old guard position, aided by Rosalie Horner,
The third position was split between Dales
McCurdy, Pat Kone, and Charlotte Skinner.
Toward the end of the season, Carol Lee
Fordyce was changed from forward to guard,
and she did a terrific job at her new position.
. Michael, B. Horner,
R. Peacock, P. Kone,
Pat Webb was our basketball manager
and we really appreciate all the work she
did for us.
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First Row: J. Freuchtemeyer, E. Jennings, E, Vest, B. Stegman.
Seconl Row: G. Thomsen, B. Jenkins, B. Christopher, D. Whiteford.
Third Row: J, Mathias, V. Miller, H. MacLea, D. Nickerson.
Fourth Row: J. Roundtree, J. Eckert, J. Gilbert, A. Halpern
Both the Girls and Boys Athletic Associations have been very success-
ful this year. For the tirst time G.A.A. collaborated with the B.A.A. on
the candy sales. The annual banquet for the girls, held in April, was
enjoyed by everyone. Along with the usual blazer awards given to the
members of varsity teams, the seventh and eighth graders were honored
for the tirst time The dinner tor the boys was held in May, and the
most outstanding athletes were awarded Friends School sweaters.
GA A. B.A,A.
Eleanor Jennings . . . . . . President .... . . . Edward Vest
Jane Frueqhtemeygr . . .... Vice-President . . , . Bob Stegman
. . Secretary-Treasurer . .
J. Eckert ,..... . . Senior Representative . . . Dave Nickerson
B. Jenkins . .. Junior Representative .,.. .... H . MacLea
G. Thomsen . . . . Sophomore Reperentative , . . .... J. Gilbert
J. Mathias . . , .... Freshman Representative . . . . . . A. Halpern
J. Roundtree . . . . . Eighth Grade Representative . . . .... D, Whiteford
V. Miller .... Seventh Grade Representative .. .. B. Christoper
First Row: D, Michael, J. Gard, Mcflurdy, C, Brooks, N. Whitehouse, H. Kayne, J. Eckert,
C. VerVolen, E. Johnson, E. Jennings, Second Row: S. Thomas, E. McClure, L. Kew, J.
Webb, S. Dubois, B. Wetzler, P, Parker, B. Baker, J, Purnell, F. Mood, P. Class, A.
Guttmacher, J. Fruechtemeyer.
The ca-editors would like to take this opportunity to extend their
thanks to all those who have helped to make this yearbook possible . . .
to the Senior class who has worked so hard and stuck by us, and especially
to Miss Dilly, who as our faculty adviser, patiently stood all the prolonged
deadlines, bombardment of letters from the printers, and the many other
worries of the QUAKER.
It was a long, hard strug-
gle, but we finally made it!
First Row: "Little Nick" Our Mascot. Second Row: S. Sachs, J. Klein, B. Toland. L.
Lenhard, J. Oster, J. Cutler, C. Schnepfe, C. Moran, R. Wilsan,.B, Hall. Third Row:
R. Nicolls, J, Gilbert, D. Fiske, B. Wetzler, E. Vest, J. Davis, B. Stegman, B. Taylor,
T. Gray, H. MacLea, B. Fritz, P. Parker, B. Paris.
Another lacrosse season has started and
up to the time of this writing the team has
lost only one game, and that to the Junior
Varsity of the Naval Academy, 3-l. Taking
up where last year's team left off the team
started the season by defeating Towson High
School lO-3 and Sparrows Point 5-O. Shortly
afterwards another shutout was made by Mr.
Nicolls' ten when they wallopped Boys' Latin
The first league game and the only one
to date was against Mt. St. Joe, and the
Quakers again proved the victor by a 5-2
margin. The next league game was against
City College and the Big Red lost by a lO-9
count. That was a close game all the way
and it hurt our league standing.
The team is composed of Co-Captains Bob
Stegman and Ed Vest along with Bob Taylor
on the other attack. The midfield groups
were: Bob Wetzler, Tom Cray, and Rod Wil-
son, along with Clark Moran, Dick Fiske and
The defense is composed of Charlie
Scnepfe, John Davis, Frank Breining and Bob
Fritz and Pete Parker in the net.
Everyone is hoping for a championship,
but that will depend upon the last game
when the "Big Red" meets Ciilman in a
league game on May l3th.
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