Garden City High School - Mast Yearbook (Garden City, NY)

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T,,'Z!5-J MMS EDITORS Robert Stern Jane Pentland BUSINESS MANAGER john Leonard ART EDITOR Frances Churchill ACTIVITIES EDITOR William Bellmer FACULTY ADVISOR john Warriner GARDEN CITY HIGH SCHOOL, GARDEN CITY, NEW YORK 4 , ,,, , ,Qmzffczz ffefz TO the man who is always willing to listen to another story, whom we see most often standing in a doorway with his list of names, who spends most of his time walking the halls hunting for the favored few who rate his attention, who alone has solved the mystery of the schedules. To Mr. Winheld S. Thompson the class of 1953 proudly dedicates the MAST. 5 6 We Have Lost A Friend Each of us has friends. Each of us is a friend to others. Com- panionship is a part of living, of life itself. We are often so busy enjoying that companionship that we forget its meaning. Then suddenly that space within our lives which has been filled by a friend is vacant, and the value of the friendship strikes us with staggering force. We feel strangely drained, empty, "scooped-out." That was the way we felt during that week of january 12, when we lost Julian Lathrop. Those of us who knew julian well will always remember his cheerful greeting, his friendly smile. We never knew him to be angry, we laughed at his casual humor, we laughed with him at the jokes of others. He shared our troubles willingly, and made us feel that he had no troubles of his own. But our lives continue, and even though julian has found peace, we must face strife. We will always treasure the memory of the years which we spent with him, and will be comforted by the knowledge that he is waiting for us at the end of the road. Hawwm The 1955 MAST attempts to portray a day at Garden City High School: the activities, classes, faculty, sports, and social events. We hope that we have caught in words and pictures "The Spirit of G. C. High." The purpose of a yearbook is to preserve the memories of school life so that in the future, when our recollections grow vague, we will have something to remind us of the wonderful times we experienced during our high school years. With this purpose in mind we present the 1953 MAST. X Z '- H 5 1 Q! f xg y' X IX X '7 'Y 2 Q. ft fl' 1791, ig?" , 5 ff ' " 0 YL' 1? L. -.. -- 7725- 5" , nf, 422 1 " digg' Q .1127 ' f ',' if "K K f O O Q Y U O ,. . 4 " O D 2-6. w .3 . 7 TX 'J' 6 0 fif fi? ' f ffzi " ' i ,if Q qmjj -A ' " L Y lj ' 14:1 is if ffissfiissa, 'EER 4! niiil -5 lf al 4 , H eff fr I 5 X X Z' Q Y x I A no f U . Q w I 9 in 2 ' X 1 Prefident, Paul D'Esterre I V E D X ig Vife-Prefidenf, Robert Martin I fi ' V 6 B 'I Vi K , Q ,f gg CQLASS OF I954 7. fl' , 4 U ! 7 " X 5 Q1 0 59 K Q N N N3 9' BS K 'Q YB? X35 X N5 X1 J , 1 . . 1. . ' NN A., K X O 7111 l M4 ,xjifi Vffiyji L 4 8 als. 0,15 . 0 0 . 'A 4o6?:',W 3:0391 'WIA G vaoifdxla iw ,es-vfls aahdv o- - Q ,A ' 1:2-iz fQ1f"!f gi Q' , ff. 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VW ,Q .-Y, x Q if fi 7 W M f gm .JI ' Q A ,, If WJ 0 0 ' N fl. 1 F- 531'-1' RK XXX "wu- Hx. FF' AQQQ " 'N r " fl'-Tfzf' Q9 Mn 5' , Q Q65-,S 'Zig 6 ,a f-'A . x .,..w"' x "af . , Mm MM Wclwixfi X X r L X F MQQYS-NT fkww Kfgf K 51? gee X P' ff A f 22:2 Ge- fig-" "' 4.92 iQ Q 'L -fcf, f 'ffff Ip! ,QQ ' K, 'X 2 ES? if E U kv I ,ii 111 fh- W as GENERAL ORGANIZATIGN t, Stewart Wright Vzce-Preyzderzl, Cynthia Kendall by 655 la frm! ry, Ginger Wade Treafurer, Charles Ha 1102. UPPER STUDENT COUNCIL Sealed, left 10 rigbl-C. Hanna, G. Wade, C. Kendall, S Wright. Fin! row-D. Macleod, A. Sanford, B. Walsh M. Ward, J. Ashton, L. Haeffner, B. Clark, S. McKee, P Anderson. Sammi mu'-F. Lucas, J. Maywood, A. Taeffner H. Graham, B. Fritz. Third row-D. Calder, M. Bill, B Stires, J. Scott, G. Siesel, P. Howell, B. Gordon, C. Young LOWER STUDENT COUNCIL Sealed, left lo rigbz-J. Alexanderson, E. Arnold, A. Field, D, johnson. Firrt mu'-S. Caroll, M. Miller, J. Snyder, S. Wheeler, H. Dunning, j. Tuttle, S. Vail, B. Taeffner, l. Maggard, D. Hunting. Serfmd mu'-T. Duffy, J. Donahue, F. Briller, R. Kopenhofer, R. Dreher, N. Drew, D. Meade. Third mu'-D. Fuller, J. Hyatt, F. Hubert, P. French, K, Hendrickson, E. Koenig. T. Smith. 20 v STUDENT COURT Sealed, left to rigbz-P, D'Est6-rre, M. E. Forster, B. LaR0ck. M. Strong, J. Ince. Slurzding-M. Bill, R. Farquharson. STUDENT CITIZENSHIP BOARD Sealed, lefz 10 right!-S. johnson, D. MacLeod, M. jorgen sen. Firrz mu'-P. Hyatt, S. Shepherd, P. Piercy, j. Ed- wards, M. Dunning, B. Jennings, P. McLaughlin, H Wriglmt, J. Rountrce. Serand mu'-B. Fitch, W. Sweitzer P, Anderson, J. Hyatt, R, Dunton. Third mu'-J. Lathrop R. Mcllwninc, I. Clark, J. Sutton, R. Schauf. ELECTION COMMITTEE Sewell, lef! 10 rigbt-D. Scil. L. Simpson. B. Dillon. 51417111 irzg-B. Stires, N. Johnson, R. Cunningham, B. Eliot, P Wilde, R. Hieter. SOCIAL COMMITTEE Sealed, lefz lo right-4H. Graham, A. Taeffner, J. Maywood, C. Faclcler, L. Mauser, A. Sanford. Sl!I7ldfl7g1B. Clark, A. Goetz, V. Montanez, J. Ashton, G. Munch, M. Ward. HOMEROOM COMMITTEE Seated, left lo riglaz-J. Loew, B. Miller, W. McNamara, P. Howell. W. Priestly, R. Dunton, J. Barfus, R. Polley. BUDGET COMMITTEE Sealed, lell la rigbl-F. Heine, C. Hanna, M. L. Houston, D. Dreher, G. Siesel, B, Gordon, T. Hanna. HONOR COMMITTEE Served, left to righf-B. Gordon, N. Johnson. M. Jorgensen Szazzding-S. McKee, M. Howell, D. MacLeod, D. Haynie. N. Royce. PUBLICITY COMMITTEE Seated, left to right-iM. Ward, B. Fritts, J. Rennie. 5141115 ing-J. Barfus, P. Wilde. E. Travis, M. Wolford, P. Piercy R. Jones. HEALTH AND SAFETY COMMITTEE Sealed, ieff to rigf1lwMiss Merrill. J. Newton, V. Mon- tanez. F. Churchill. B. Geary. Miss Snyder. Sfiwdizzg--D. Fuller, V. Hershey, S. Russell. B. Berger, S. Graf, Ser rou'-B. Wai'ncr, R. Sinutney. B. Pratt, J. Decker, j. Egor. B, Fitch. M. Lmlvcr. JUDICIARY COMMITTEE Seafed, left In riglvf-WF. Lucas. P. Mclaiiiglilin. B. Phelan. j. Rountrcc, Mr. Colbert. Slmidizig-R. Ciilliiglian, Bannon. STEERING COMMITTEE Sealed, leaf! In figbl-hir. Gonna, I. Clark. Slmzdizfg-D. Tompkins, I WI1uIcIi.1n, j. Latlmrop, B, james. ACTIVITY COMMITTEE Suzfctl, fefl In rigbl-I.. Lindc-nmuth, von clci' Licth, Dick, Miss Snyder. S1a12diz1gsE. Travis. D. Blume, B. Iiocder, L. Parker, DT. Fclicctti, C. Wl'IgITI. Tbird mu'-N. Dittmcr, D. Haynie. G, Maier, B. O'NciII, A. Impcy, B. Green. ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE Swlffd. iff! H2 figbf-P. Hyatt. Mrs. Spicrs. Mr. Rahman B. LaR0cIc. Sfdlldflllf-+N. Rui. P. Dickcfl, D. Bradley. P Amlcrson, D. Danilck. B. Wiilsli, mid R. B. PUBLICATIONS MAST Lefl 10 rigbl-W. Bellmer, E. Villa, P. Dickel, Mr. War- riner, R. Stern, J. Pentland, F. Churchill, J. Barfus, J. Leonard. ECHO Lefz lo fight-R. Mulcare, N. johnson, D. jones, J. von der Lieth. B. LaRock, L. Walsky, L. Collins, M. Grandt, Miss Carlton, J. Trott, J. Rennie. Snwdiezg, Jeff tu Hgh!-R. Walter, S. McKee, B. Havens, C. Tolson. D. Bradley. R. Calliiglmn, A. McGinnis. M. Wliitlielrl, j. Rennie, von clei' Lietlm, Blix Wii1'dner, W. Bellmer. R. Bannon, D. Seil, C. Kendall, C. Fackler, bl. Ross, V. Smith. G, Lliiicr, Filielrl. LI. L. Dunlay, DI. Evans. Surfed--l.. Collins, j. Rountree, S. Russell, A. Miintliey. FIESTA CHANTECLER Fir-if mu' lofi za rigfaz L Parker A Niemelfi I Murriy Leif! fa rigbf---I. Bostrom, M, I.. Houston, j. Ross, B. K fb 'Q , Y C ' f i ' . 'i V' I. ' ' Scliwarten. Titus, L. Hiieflner, Miss Bielwet, QI. hfurpliy. Img' Selwld 'W-B'.Wh1fmaf" Renme' G' Aigner' C' Kendall, B. Berger. Tlvzrd mu'-J. McQuade, L. Larming, J. Bell, P. Piercy, L. Collins, J. Pentland, R. Bieman, Miss Amis. ORCHESTRA Left zo right-A. Manthey. M. Howell, M. Miller, R. Szekeley, P. Wilde, L. Bambace, M. Ward, S. Pollascek, G. McGill, S. johnson, J. Leonard, D. Hansen, W. Drew, N. Healy, N. Drew, D. Gray, A. Goldsmith, M. A. Canivan, F. Hack, H. Wright, S. Strong, S. Rus- sell, Mr. Grozan, R. Geygan, L. Wallace, E. Behrendt, A. Niemela A. Brandlhofer, V. Fury, A. McGinnis, D. Haynie, N. Royce, C. Wright, E. Travis, Mr. Doar. 1 MUSIC ORGANIZATIONS TROJANETTES Fin! row-C. Thatcher, B. Petit, N. Waddell, J. Michaelson, B. Cluley, L. Bellmer, G. Christ. Second row-J. Dibblee, B. Hect, K. Smythe, G. Wingate, N. Starin, P. Morris, N. Crayton, G. Schmauss, E. Smith. Third row--J. Bullard, M. L. Fenn, J. Watson, C. Moore, C. Fitch, S. Sutton, B. Petterson, S. Orr, C. Meynen. WOODWlNDS BAND BELL LYRE Lefz zo righ1ES. Clothicr. S. Fillastre, C. L. Briller, M. Miller, D. Sayer, I. Bostrom. Clothicr, D, Haynie, R. Szckeley Fury, A. Field, R. Woodbury. D. Gut Firrf muy, lofi lo 1'lKQbIfW. Dick, K Q V h r eric. Serwzd mug . Lconartl F. Pete son, C. Marshall. S. Mount, M. Stron K. Griggs, D. Moran. Third Wilt'- it COLORGUARD 1521-.rf mug leff lu wgbf--IMI. Parsons, R. Ihlenlvcrg. Scrwld ffm' P. Dickel, M. Felton. MAJORETTES Iliff! Mu'-fB. Schmidt. .Yemzzd mu'- M. A. Canivan, F. Hack. Third mu'- J. Evans, M. I-. Dunlriy, R, Bicman, Johnson, M. Miller, A. McGinnis, J . I3 D h Hansen. W. Drew, P. Wilde, K. Hu ner P. Kelly. DRUMS Firrz mug lefl to right-N. D'Esterre, R. Wagner, J. Dickel, P. Sayer, B. Lockwood, G. McGill, N. Royce. Second row-R. Egdorf, T. Haynie, R. Farquharson, C. Bocklett, J. Faust. BRASSES Fin! rouz lefl ,fo rigbl-F. Hack, M. A. Canivan, H. Wright, J. Swietzer, S. Strong, C. Wright, J. Dibblee, P. Shocfer, W. Swietzer, R. Hurry. Semnd mu'-F. Mulloy, P. Howell, M. Flannery. W, Woodworth, R. Bankes, M. Ward, E. Travis. J. Harper, P. Hacffner. CONCERT CHOIR Firrr ww, lefl lo righz-A. Brandlhofer, N. Pepper, B. Whitman P. Jorgensen, M. Dunning, S. Wheeler, H. Cardone, S. Russell, L Lindenmuth, S. McKee, C. cle Leon, J. Ince. Serond row-A. Wingle, E. Behrendt, L. Eberling D. Miller, R. James, S. Sutton, C. Fitch M. Felton, S. Johnson, J. Rennie, V. Motz, S. Shoemaker, Third row! M. West, B. Green, N, Starin, G. Munch, J. Wingate, D. MacLeod, J. Vance, J. Weeks, N. Drew, D. Martin, E. L. Eynen, J. Rountree. Fourzh mu-M. Werner, J. Cavanagh, R. Bieman, J. Evans, B Cross, T. Snedeker, J. Maywood, A. Bauer, E. Cunningham, D, Wil- son, B. O'Neill, P. Terry, L. Fitzhugh, F. Heine, S. Kissam, P. Smith, J. Murphy. Fiflla mu'-M. E. Forster, B. Noble, P. Deane, J Irwin, A. Taeffner. L. Bambace, J. Murphy, D. Bradley, R. Cunning- ham, D, Seil, H. Noble, R. Schauf, C. Kendall, G. Maier, L. Collins J. Pentlancl, J. O'Brien. 1 a JUNIOR OYS' CHOIR CELESTONES Fin: row, left zo right-B. Green, M. Dunning, H. Cardone, R James, L. Lindenmuth, C. Briller, J. Ince, C. de Leon, A. Lofblad, S. Russell, S. McKee. Second row-N. Starin, E. L. Eynen, J. May- wood, J. Wingate, A. Lynch, M. Felton, N. Drew, J. Rennie, J Rountree, A. Wingle. Third raw-S. Shoemaker, R. Niemann, E Phelan, R. Bieman, C. Fitch, P. Terry, L. Fitzhugh, P. Smith, E Behrendt, M. Howell. Fourzb row-G. Munch, D. Miller, E. Noble J. O'Brien, -I. Pentland, C. Kendall, L. Collins, G. Maier, S. Sutton B. Cross. i s G. C. GENTS Fin! row, left I0 riglvl-T. Snedeker, -I. Clark, T. Hanna, L. Bam- bace, D. Wilson, -I. Vance. Second row-R. O'Neill, A. Bauer, J. Murphy, D. Bradley, D. MacLeod, R. Weeks, K, Cowler. Third raw-R. Burbank, I. Clark, R. Cunningham, D. Seil, C. Zimmerlein, L. Simmons, D. Kelleher. 29 GIRLS' CHORUS JUNIOR GIRLS' CHORUS 31 i'.':595' W . -' A ff :.:gJ,:-- 5753, mg xi? 3 Q if ga se.-1 ,- CLUBS MASQU ERS CLUB Firrt raw, lefl fn rigfal-P. Thompson, S. Shoemaker, J. Felicetti, A. McGinnis, W. BQllIT1CI', MTS Spiers, Leonard, D. Bradley, J. Pentland, P. Hyatt, C. Fackler, B. LaR0ck, L. Benjamin, B. Estes N. Royce. Serwzd muy'-J. Rennie, J. Rountree, E. Travis, R. James, L. Simpson, E. L. Eynen, J. Win- gate, D. Wilson, P. Anderson, J. Lathrop, D. Vacheron, B. Spies. Tlyird mu'-J. Q'iVHYli12llL M- Wernei', P. Smith, S. Goodlett, J. Allan, J. Titus, J. Fifield, J. Meyers, A. Ward, G. Maier, E. Roeder, D. Kopf. Fourlh raw-B. Bryan, P. Morris, D. Miller, N. Halk, S. Merriman, B. Berger, V Montanez, P. Deane, E. Villa, M. Sohl. M. L. Houston, D. Miller, L. Parker, J. Murray, A. Rcul Fifth mu'-S. Wr'ight, L. McCarthy, I. Freeman, J. Ragland, T. Harrison, M. Wadsworth, K. Hubner. F. Fry, R. Cunningham, N. Johnson, L. Simmons, L. Bambace, A. Bauer, D. Seil, C. Kihflklilll- 33 P. T. A. WHIRLIGIGS From row, left to 7'jg!9l-M. Wadsworth, L. Simmons, P. Hyatt, Mr. Doar. Standing-J. Ashton, S. Goodlett, L. Benjamin, D. Vacheron, Mrs. Spiers, J. Leonard, Mr. Shipman, P. Deane, L. Simpson, J. Vance, W. Bellmer, Mr. Rehman. FOREIGN POLICY ASSOCIATION Sealed, lefz 10 7'jghl-gR. Ihlenberg, M. Ward, R. Bannon, R. Callaghan, I von der Lieth, Mr. Meltonk C. Fitch, S. McKee. Standing-L. Lindenmuth M. Parsons, S. Orr, B. Heyes, W. Geary, W. Lipsey, W. Bellmer, P. Mannix S. Illian, M. L. Dunlay, E. Travis. 34 SPANISH CLUB Seated, left In rigbl-E. Phelan. Miss Templeton. Gnodlett, J. Rowdcn. Fir-ff mia'-Alwl. Morcll, C. dc Leon, J. Kreidcr, B. Pflug, D. Gray, J. Baum- gartncr. M. Dunning, N. Lciser, J. Edwards, J. Murphy. Serum! rou'-J. hlinklc. G. Maic1', W. W.1sn4'1r. R. Christy, P. linstcn. hi, Sclmacfcn W. Bcrgcr. L. H. -ff ' . 'L mf FRENCH CLUB Sealed, lefl fo riglrf-H. Graham, C, Kendall, li. Havens. Fifi! rr1zz'fL. Lam- ning. J. lncc, S. Wernc1', M. Wfcrncr. Sennzd mu'-A. Rcul, M. Grandt, L. Horton, L, lihcrling, J, Rennie, li. Korn. A, McGinnis, E. W.itsc1n. M. Y Labnurne, V. Hershey. E. Trziis. li. Fox. li, Rncdcr. N. Dittincr, P, Hewitt Third mzvfli. Pcttcrson, J. Allin, li. Brunlchmwst, P. Piurcy, N. Drew, P. Bren- nen, I.. Parker, V. Smith, J. Pentliind, L. Collins, G. Miiicr, F, Churchill, A. Wiii'd. 35 i CRAFTS CLUB Sealed, left lo righl - M. Werner, G. Godwin, Miss Jacobs, S. Mount, Firit row- V. Lagattuta, E. Cashman, K. Jeremiah, C. Tolson. J. Sny- der. Second rout'-P. Rubsanen, L. Evans, M. E. Forster, M. Richie, R. Szekeley. COOKING CLUB Slanding, left lo right-B, Petterson A. Ward, S. Orr, Mrs. Miner, M. L O'Dea, J. Schriefer, R. Ihlenberg, C McDermitt. F. Mauser. Sealed-P. Hew- itt, M. Parsons, C. Stewart, C. Miner f' i MODEL AIRPLANE CLUB Slarzdifzg, lefl to right - J. Gerry, J. Boudreau, B. Fitch, Mr. Lacey, A. Richardson, G. Beckley. Kneeling-C. Lane, R. Heisner. WORLD COLLECTORS' CLUB KNITTING CLUB Sealed, f6fl Io rigblgli Bryan. j. McQuadc, N Hausman, L. Lanning. Smfzdizzg-B. Boday, V Lewis, Miss Hagedorn, R. Nicmunn, V, Montn ncz, J. Cavanagh, P. Fanning, E. Reynolds, G Edwards. CAMERA CLUB Left fo fight-F. Olsen, j. Trott, D. Danilck, Mr. Cun- ningham, L. Wzalsky, D. Smith. , ' fW"'M'i L STAGE CRAFT CLUB Kneeling, left lo riglnz-V. Smith A. Goldsmith Standing-B. Sanders, G. Schrainm, D. Kopf, Mr. Shipman, P. Geygan, E. Cashman, F. Church- ill, S. Nolan, I. Meyers. BRIDGE CLUB Seated, lefz za rigbl-P. McCrossen, S. Derx, Miss Griswold, F. Churchill, B. Seaman, S. Sutton. Standing-B. Petter- son, P. Dickel, N. Hausman. HUNTING AND FISHING CLUB Seated, lefl to rigbl-B. Dierolf, Mr D. Rutz, G. Maier. Cunningham, A. Kahkonen. Szandirzgm- R. Shenkel, -I. Boudreau, D. Wilson, 6? GIRLS' BIOLOGY CLUB Lefl lu rigbzfC. Ferraro, Mr. Wzilter, I A. Goldsmith, P. McLaughlin, M. Mil ler, P. Terry, G. Peck, P. Piercy. M Howell, D. Miller. lrlillllil . I FASHION BOARD Lefl I0 rlgbz-L. Kunze, E. Villa, P. Deane, Cushman, J. Allan, F. Church- ill. BOYS' BIOLOGY CLUB Left lo rigbl-D. johnson, B. Tunstall, R. Ko- penhoffer, A. Field, T. Snedcker, G. Maier, J. Dickel, j. Cook, C. Hendrikson, W. Berger, 1. Newton, K. Lightcap, R. Gunther, il. Metz, Mr. W.1lter, W. Thum, J. jageler. 40 HONOR SOCIETY Sealed, lefl to right-Mr. Miner, A. Manthey, N, Bowles, L. Collins, J. Leonard, Miss Eaton. Firfl row-M. Ward, B. LaRock, B. Fox, M. Jorgen- sen. S. Russell, B. Havens, A. McGinnis, B. Petterson, C. Kendall. Sefozzd row- S. Sutphen, C. Fitch, J. Rountree, S. Johnson. D. Haynie, M. L, Dunlay, M. L. Houston, L. Haeffner, S. Sutton. Third mu'-M. Dickel, F. Churchill, J. Pentland, R. J. Mulcare, W. Sweitzer, D. Wilson. J. Barfus. R. Welter. Fazzrllo mu'-G. Maier, J. Ross, S. Wright, D. Bradley, A. Gensler, D. Seil, J. Faust, J. Boudreau. SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS FRENCH SERVICE COUNCIL Seated, lefz lo righl-J, Rennie, E. Roeder, B. Berger, J. Pentland. Fifi! rou'-A. McGinnis, A. Niemela, V. Hershey, J. Ince. E. Dillon, L. Parker, J. Murray, A. Reule. Second mu'-J. Rountree, B. Havens, J. Penny, R. Bieman, B. Whitiiian, A. Impey, Miss Amis, J. Maywood, J. Savage, A. Sanford, M, Flannery. Third mu'--L. Eberling, J. Warren, J. Hollabaugh, M. Grandt, Miss Eaton, J. Evans, Miss Dun- lop, R. Gunther, J. von der Leith, C. Zimmerlein, B. Spach, L. Collins, G. Maier. 41 LIBRARY STAFF Firrz www-D. Fry, J. Russlend, J. Grinnel, D. Blume, Miss Crabtree, Miss Mahar, Mrs. Ross, S. Graf, E. Watson, V. Hershey, S. Cardone. Serum! mu'-L. Smith, E. I-lead, L. Wallace, S. Hall, J. Guarino, M. Morrell, C. de Leon. DRIVES AND CONTRIBUTIONS Sealed, lefz zo rigbz-I. Bostrum, C. L. Briller, A. Manthey, S. Johson, -I Nixtlorf. Firft rawqP. Stewart, S. Coss, M. L. Dunlay, J. Wingate, D. Haynie P. Piercy, I. Savage, C. Zimmer, S. Filastre. Sefond row-C. Marshall, L. Eber: ling, N. Royce, C. Howe, K. Holst, B. Jennings, L. Otis, Miss Kerr, P. Stahel W. Berger, R. Windrum, D. Geary, G. Burgess, G. Maier, R. Brownell, R Schauf, R. Butt, A. Field. 42 MOTION PICTURE OPERATORS Seated, lefz to riglaz-C. Hein, R. McKane, Dr. Wilmott, F. Letts, P. Stahel, B. Carley. Firrl :row-W. Bellrner, B. Beckley, J. Ronayne, C. Hendrickson, M. Shaeffer, B. Bailey, F. Fry, L. Wagner, J. McGinnis. Second row-M. Galassi, M. Kornfield, K. Connelly, R. Wilson, R. Churchill, G. Burgess, F. Perez, D. Geary, D. Rutz. Third row-G. Schramm, W. Coulter, L. Wills, B. Butt, R. Christi, R. Messick, E. Ebert, B. Cunningham, G. Keating, D. Danilek. PLACEMENT BUREAU Clockwiye-S. Shoemaker, 1. Wingate, V. Macmurray, Mr. MacNutt, B. Ange, E. Behrendt, j. Felicetti, S. Sutphen, E. Villa, P. Hyatt, J. Rowden, J. Schriefer, L. Lanning, D. Haynie, S. Orr, A. McGinnis. l STUDENT STORE Lefz to right-S. Orr, Mrs. Arnold, C. Meynen. Left to riglal-B. Kennedy, W. Heineman, R. Stern, R. Mulcare, F. Mayer, D. MacLeod, Sealed, lefl zo righf-B. Adams, A. Goetz, S. Sutphen, M. Jorgensen, M. E. Forster, L. Haeffner, S. Wfheeler. Sflllldiilgf-F. Lucas, J. Penny, j. Rowden, A. Sanford. .. . , f 'f-v-lsiifw'.1ms2isi.:s:wmv:i.e?f"" .l - - '- --f A 'P EEE fix A 'Ni eLf3 QW fl J X ci Q so www' Z jo? ix I f' Q O O o fx '57 OZcf,Oc?O0g27 N fx Yqgyfgosoog? R Z ff WE 3280052 M IQ J 52 I Nh29wM!w 5 S03 IM, QM :SEK - vnu' ,531 . Q, O 1 ' ff fl 9 I M- 55 W fi H ?QQZ ' A ' 2 Q " N I 9 fl f " X Z MacDonald Egdorf Superintendent of Srboolf ,Mr Langley Q Principal John Orban jr. Afxifttznt to the Superintendent ADMINISTRATION 46 Rm I F"-an A ' ' a.. ,H , Z X, J' , GUIDANCE Sealed-Amy Hilker Biggs. Standing, lefz to righ1wA1exander MacNutt, Mar- garet Nott McNally. LIBRARIANS Sealed-Mary Helen Mahar. Standing, leff lo riglJl4Oma Ross, Jean Crabtree. OFFICE STAFF Firft row-Mrs. Elrod. Semnd mu'- Mrs. Mayerhofer, Miss Wehrum, Mrs Dannemiller, Miss Metzler, Miss Wil son, C? ENGLISH Sealed, lgfz lu rigffz-Ella Hagedorn, Marie Soucaze, jessica van Horson, Ruth Kerr, Sylvia Carlton, Inez Norman Spiers. Szarzdizzg-William Hughes, Philip Wardner, Rob- ert Latham, John Horton, john Warriner. Oh, don't you look cute! Great White Father speaks Cwho listens?j This is your uh WGCH reporter, uh, . . . But Miss Carlton, I . . . FrFjujFgFjhjFrFjujFgFjhzPffI Margaret Arnold-commercial subjects 49 HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION Seated-Carroll Smith. Standing, lefz zo right-julio Sil- vestri, Beatrice Toner, Warren King, Margaret Snyder james Steen, Lorraine Smith, Mary Fay, Patricia James. 1 ,H Chin up! Chest out! 50 a Squad places! One! TWO! 51 Sealed, lefz to right-Martha Schnaubelt, Aileen Lyons, Maurice Colbert, john Steinberg, Harriet Ankeny. Standing--Roger Barber, Harry Farrell, Lloyd Sanford, Alden Larson, Charles Melton. SOCIAL STUDIES Oh! So that's where Trieste is? What! no cartoon? 52 Unit I-Clear thinking I move we adjourn L Respectfully submitted '9r XC lfiid., op, dl, I'll never make it 55 Left to figfal-Esther Eaton, Marion Templeton, Daniel Perkins, Agnes Amis, Jeanne Dunlop, joseph Genna. LANGUAGES Deux sous pour Casimir! Die Friihzeitunglesen Frances Jennings Siesta 55 Mettez les points sur les i's! I FOURTH PERIOD Sealed, lefl to right-Edna Plump, Alice Griswold, Wallace Graham, Harold Taylor, Mar- garet Nott McNally. Slamiing-Erwin Gerung, Willis Slocombe, james Riley, jean Fanning. A series of truncated, triangular, icosopyramids fwith no cuspsj MATHEMATICS i ' V W "" Q'"Mg.QpEMGhrl8nAH2Q5VR5fbiYJ.?T5.S,a2i3hiY55?iSs,i,22,f5E,3? and it comes back from negative infinity A model teacher Projects, projects, and more projects Preparing for the march on Albany Seated, left 10 rigbz-Mrs. Mabel Zittlosen, Mrs. Elsie Orth, Mrs. Mary McNiH, Mrs. Margaret Murphy. Second row- Mrs. Patricia Burden, Mrs. Ruth Finch, Mrs. Frances Stinson, Mrs. Grace Miner, Mrs. Helen O'Sullivan, Mrs. Elizabeth McKay, Mrs. Emma Tuttle. LUNCH Spaghetti again K "Eat, drink and be merry" Fourth Period Lunch and Story Telling Socie- 58 Cashlered No flying in the halls They shall not pass "Neither ram nor slcct nor 59 Eternal vigilance im fm 252, Zps, 351 , . . get it? Sealed, left Z0 rigbl-Noel Corbridge, Virginia Barr, Edwcrtn Merrill Standing-Robert Richmond, Murray Walter, Thomas Miner, Alex ander MacNutt. SCIENCE Whececeee I Time for tea 1. Whitc meat or dark? Stewie, it moved! "Fair is foul, and foul is fair I5 it a water gap or a wind gap? Seated, left to right-Mary Jacobs, H. Allan Lacey, Edward Myslivecek, Alice McMurray. Standing-Robert Cunningham, Milton Weller, john Willmott, Robert Shipman. INDUSTRIAL AND FINE ARTS Dig that crazy isometric drawing! The mechanical drawing class Still life I can't get my arm out! '52 Can't see a thing! 'Q x 202' Demonstrator III in use 43X 100 second Francis Rehman, Carl Grozan, Williallm Doar. MUSIC Personal touch Community Sing String section Chopin f JENIO .L A WJ DOUGLAS WILSON, Prefidenr rf ' ,.i . f,t f"' I g 1 A L L ,Z xl 3 ,,,Nj-7'iJ 1 x v JAMA- X SENIOR CLASS ,E , 'f Gi' , ,.""' Jw K? 4 4'YA, Q 'ff I 1' FRANCES CHURCHILL, Secremry INSLEE CLARK, Vice-Prefident M s,ff55Q35j?4sz,?g, s'2fiiffw1w,::A,l ,iiiiifhi :m:2'ses2swg5gg: Nsgjgag - , S MLK as , :,gf,,. g SUZANNE SUTPHEN, Sofia! Cblll7'l7I!l7Z Q gg1ggf : ,:--:fig ii'-'.f,:,1ffz:i Liffigliaxaiiiv ' Aiikiff :fi 55 :51 1 15627135355 Vij3E ii5 MSR we-2, Lwsf f :Q 532: 19-g MARY ELLEN FORSTER, Tre4z,sm'er MR. SANFORD, Spomor lx 25: PM Ra f,,,s5,Y ,,,,. , ,,,,., U ffffff 2 ' 4, e I , raixx BARBARA ALEXANDERSON Adorable brunette . . . blushes easily . . . nice clothes . . liked by all . . . always ready for a laugh . . . constantly in and out of trouble . . . always seen riding in a grey Chevy . . . "Alex" JUDITH ALLAN Vivacious red head . . . popular . . . has 'em comin' and goin' . . . must have kissed the Blarney Stone . . . fun and laughter wherever she goes . . . cute . . . "Judy" N , A-A., x PETER ANDERSON ,L Xite ft Varsity wrestling and lacrosse . . . talkative . , . a teller fini of tall tales . . . known and liked by everyone . . . joker I 'F' ,, ,Ml . . . good-looking . . . Oh, those weekends! . . . stage 6' ' 1 I crew wheel . . . '2Gazelle" ' A " wt S , 2, 1 ' af ' ag ROBERT ANDERSON I ' ' v ,,f.iv Sports-minded , . . life of any party . . . varsity baseball , if K H if man . . . easy to get along with . . . interested in every- I . f J thing . . . discriminating in his choice of women . . . t f ,wi popular . . . "Bob" 33' 'I gi ROBERT BANNON Smooth . . . easily liked . . . alert and worldly . . . Hair for writing . . . chess "professor" . . . Foreign Policy Associa- JANET ASHTON tion wheel . . . known for his height . . . intellectual . . . Popular vivacious captain of the cheerleaders . . . a good "B0b" word for everyone . . . silly streak . . . cute and impish . . . indispensable on the sports field . . . eyes toward the North . , . "Bianca" JOSEPH BARFUS Football and lacrosse enthusiast . . . sports editor of the MAST . . . math and science whiz . . . sports a green Pontiac . . . always doing homework . . . life of Physics II LAWRENCE BAMBACE . . . well-liked . . . joe Face contortionist . . . football and baseball letterman . . . ,, V 'Mr. "Extra-point" for the football squad . . . quiet, but manages to give the girls a hard time . . . active in many music organizations . . . "Larry" ' E., if 41? rf - 7 R ,f f eww 67 fa' 21 at ii, 3 8 we ,gl - 3' PETER BERENDT New to G. C. this year . . . man of the world . . . Well traveled . . . pipe smoker . . . drives a Chevrolet . . . wants to join the long grey line at West Point . . . always happy . . . intelligent . . . "Rocky" BETTY BERGER Dependable . . . sincere . . . cute figure . . . worried about her grey hair . . . beauty plus brains . . . likes animals . . . passion for chocolate . . . unforgettable laugh . . . "Ett" or "Betina" 1 . ""' --1 f r fi' -. i 7. :11'?I?f'l:, 1, , V' weve ,- . aff is K K . . -- QQW' LI:-X ' ' fa f assi I X V . , , ii.3fzi:4fsgw,1swl,7Q,saws I 'lr A. ' Y 5 is A eff C 1 A LESLIE BARTH D Happy go lucky . . . always in a flutter . . .lgullible . . . . loves fun and adventure . . . typing enthusiast . never too busy to lend a helping hand . . . sincere friend . . . "Les" ANDREW BAUER Lacrosse enthusiast . . . seen streaking around town in his Buick convertible . . . Masquers Club . . . likes his women . . . wild summers at Cape Cod . . . works hard at worry- ing . . . a good guy to know . . . "Andy" ERIKA BEHRENDT Mr. Rehman's right arm . . . always found around a piano . . . European charm . . . talented soprano . . . fascinating eyes . . . air "male" Germany . . . cute . . . always doing something . . . "Erikahoo" WILLIAM BELLMER "Lights" Masquers and assemblies . . . noted for fantastic ideas . . . activities editor of the MAST . . . "Poo" boy . . . all alone in a science class . . . diligent Worker . . . entire staff of the Weather Station . . , "Bill" ELIZABETH BODAY Sweet . . . dependable . . . never without a comeback . . . hard worker . . . seen maneuvering in the Mercury . . . even disposition . . . smile for everyone . , . always leaves 'em laughing . . , "Betty" WILLIAM BONGARD Basketball bug . . . sparkling personality . . . goes for red heads . . . weight lifter . . . never worries . . . looks sleepy, but always "on the ball" . . . H. R. 18 attache . . . "Roc" X51 X' 6? r . X ,J . +A 'X g 'X XX 1 NANCY BOWLES Personality plus brains . . . mad passion for coffee ice cream . . . always on the go . . . one to tell your troubles to . . . loves to dance . . . secretary of Honor Society and G.A.A. aww, RICHARD BROWNELL Long and lanky . . . passion for fixing cars . . . one-woman man . , . never been known to hurry . . . dislikes school but tolerates it . . . lives for those weekends . . . mainstay DAVID BRADLEY ' -- - ,- President of Madame's Masquers . . . unique "Bob and of Moes Maulers ' " Dick Ray" sense of humor . . . intelligence surprises you . . . talented writer . . . exchange assembly M. C .... a char-' acter on and off the stage . . . "Uncle Eugene" BEATRICE BRYAN .- ,, A ff, :W g 6 J 0 Terrific personality . . . good natured . . . usually seen in " 5 5- her chartreuse convertible . . . extensive wardrobe . . . A ff X " f sports a ring from a rival school . . . always listens to your I' j problems . . . "Bea" IAXI 1 4,1 fp A fl 1 X , I I M1 ,fi fvbhf Z ff I , RICHARD CALLAGHAN Suave manner . . . loves those arguments . . . wide . . . intellectual . . . chairman of the F.P.A. . . chess player . . . a great future ahead in law . . speaker . , . nobody's fool . . . "Dick" EILEEN CASHMAN ly read . expert . line Known for her fabulous parties . . . full of the devil . . . beautiful hands . . . passion for clothes . . . loves to draw . . . St. Lawrence fan . . . one of the Cashman tribe . . , "Shrimp boats" ll A pai. ax ' f7fA4 4. ,Cir-441-A 1-4+"'.,f'f 1-""4-1 . . 4, ii,.,.Y p4,4.J,.,f1,41 41, S ., ., .' L I, A g,4,.,x,a 'fair ,vc,.i.+ I6 lA7.4,Qf4. ' JOAN CAVANAGH Sweet and pretty . . . full of fun . . . friend to everyone . . . good natured . . . beautiful hair . . . flair for music . . . "Five foot two, cycs of blue" . . . loves animals . I-e4 'v Y ,4,."ef1'u+'-'I ,fl-by ye . Q4 'Aga 44 -t-4 I 1 9, 411 Lf., 1. I .-J, ff If ,li ff is lyfq, fi, .. . , S ,,, V ,Ls ,,,..,1i,v A,r,,i,, ,s I FRANCES CHURCHILL 1 I-Iawaiis gift to G. C .... popular . . . versatile and vivacious . . . known for her hula hips . . , school spirit . . . always busy . . . famous for her jokes and parties . . . likes graham crackers . . . "Fran" 69 fi QQ? r M it kgyjjffgyowfxw W IL. if ? sd I gig' 'Hirst ' - .V 2.5 , ca Ymisa. ' ' - ' I ' H3515 .V . BRUCE CLARK WILLIAM CLEARY Track man from way back . . . ambition is to take life easy . . . plans to see the world by joining the Navy . , . sincere and reserved . . . another one of Doc's boys . . . "Bill" Football and lacrosse enthusiast . . . tall, dark and good- looking . . . always has something to say . . . goes ape over hot rods . . . a real ladies' man . . . everybody's confidant . . . "Cleek" INSLEE CLARK DALE CLEMENT Tall, vivacious red head . . . has beautiful clothes and knows how to wear them . . . popular with both sexes . . . loves Fire Island . . . never bothered to get a license L, I. high school golf champ of '52 . . . captain of both tennis and golf teams . . . S. C. B .... Veep of class of '55 . . . tall, blonde and goodlooking . . . always ready to lend a hand . . hpopular . . . "Ink" KILBURN CLOTHIER Always seen in the parking area . . . never in a hurry . . . -: . dislikes school but tolerates it . . . clarinet specialist in Perkins Union . . . one of Moe's Maulers . . . "Kil" a -- fe! SM 7 DOROTHY CLULEY z ' Tall, willowy brunette . . . wonderful listener . . . avid ' Dodger fan . . . likes music . , . proud owner of a driver's Q fa license . . . soulful brown eves-. . . member of chorus . . . I' "Dot" fr 5 y.29isffff:'c if . -. -f measazsxczf - ' . g -' , V' 5 I i t 1 l i if ' i5i:s1sQ i95 ' 41 ff r 'ali V Q?Qfe'Ti', , t iag isii iif-1 11 . H" -"N-:ag -' it ,w is 3-X 1 4 ,f1tieY'4wsgf f LORA COLLINS One of Silvia's cynics . . . president of Honor Society . . . passion for high socks . . . defender of the Irish . . . sports enthusiast . . . collector of strange facts . . . pub room habituee . . . camper ROSEMARY CULLEN Sweet personality with a smile to match . . . true friend . . . well liked . . . summers at Breezy Point . . . a favorite of the boys as well as the girls . . . "Rosie" as 70 ROBERT CUNNINGHAM "Madman" . . . drives flashy Pontiac . . . sails a "Thistle" . . . water ski happy . . . worshipped hy the fairer sex . . . very unattached . . . snake crazed . . . seen in red, white, and blue jacket . . . G. Cfs only genuine tenor . . . a different comedian . . . "Bob" HUGH DAVIS Standout safety on the football squad . . . loves all sports . . . known for his smile . . . unusual sense of humor . . . goodlooking . . . likes his women . . . playboy . . . easy goin and opula "Hughy" PATRICIA DEANE Sweet disposition , . . gullible . . . loads of fun . . . silly 5 streak . always ready with a helping hand . . . has a if good word for everyone . . . flair for art . . . beautiful ,: I l Q ' ii clothes . . . "Patti" gf ,.:.1 'ri ele 'ii ::E:: A JACK DEcKER . S Basketball enthusiast . . . loves those weekends . . . ambi- fy f' gl tious . . . flychaser in baseball . . . discriminating in his , A35 A is I choice of women . . . born mimic . . , never without a ,.-1 'gi r comeback . a right guy . . . "Porcupine" , as f ' f I 'Q w SUSAN DERX PEGGY DICKEL NEW f3CC to G- C- in haf IUUIOF Year - - - ffl f1dlY Smile Long splash of wavy red hair . . . clever . . . witty . . , and warm personality . . . conscientious worloer 'n the acti- "phiZ.wlqiz" , , , skillful photographer . , , mind of her vities office . . . quiet and unassuming 1 nn . . sparkling own . . . delightful sense of humor . . . member of MAST eyes . , . "Sus" staff . . . 'C r 0' - ,tr NOQCO RR Ark ELIZABETH DILLON Wrestling letterman . . ult spe ' ist i ack , , , Hails from Boston . . . sweet and extra friendly . . . de- German nationalist . . . lattd utscl na . . physical pendable . . . hard worker . . . loves to sing . . . clark culture addict , . . quiet s se hu . . G. . Gents wavy hair . . . cute . . . generous and sincere . . . loves groaner . 'Bu children . . . "Betty" I JN x, PM L1 RICHARD DREHER .Rough man.to beat on the tennis courts . . . loves all sports . . . lively . . . does well with everything he tries . . . sincere and sympathetic friend . . . always ready to help , . . "Crusher" " l 1 ROBERT DUNTON I Rugs theiifhurdles for Warren's track team . . . mainstay of the S. C. B. . . aaive irfmany sports . . . nobody's fool . . . ambitious . . . stage crew . . -. ' 0 S one of the boys . . . "Dum Dum" L EDGAR EBERT Quiet . . . ind st ' us . . . J. Wilmott's right hand man . . . loves to push those wagons . always has an excuse to get out of homeroom . . . a big man . . . muscles . . . a good friend . . . "Ed" 5 . , BRADFIELD ELIOT Spo mi d . . . tball, wrestling and baseball bug . . . great yardage ga' f ,all s . . . one-woman man . . . quiet . . . well-liked X I v . . headed for West Point . . . "Brad" .i ' I PETER ERLANDSEN ustlest n the track field, but never in a hurry off it . . . partial to English J cars J. . good mechanic . . . reserved . . . slow drawl . . . ready smile . . . , lasting friend . . . "Pete" Jil, Yfgrlxl .L, A 4: .- l O," 'f if fi I 1 ll fa I SIBYLL ERMELER Garden City's ambassador from Germany . . . adorable brunette . . . loves new clothes . . . fascinated by the mess between classes . . A. known for her attractive smile . . . European charm . . . everybody's favorite . . . "Billie" HELEN ESSMAN Loads of fun . . . lives for weekends . . . passion for navy blue and grey . . . cute . . . loves Bill Hayes' records . . . hckle . , . good taste in clothes K . . .gorgeous figure . . . "Ess" CAROL FACKLER Known for her dimpled smile . . . bubbling personality . . . wonderful friend . . . knit-wit . , . creative . . . eflicient . . . always seen right in the middle of things . . , plays a mean piano . . . unforgettable parties ."' ttr,- w r 't,' 2,'f2::'a ,.., '-'f'." - M tj ,s .ssl s, X I .f,' f j 2, tw , V , as xiii or-' WY .f J yy . . W K ' ' ,.. , V , y -,,.- f . 1 w. . . 'X ,ilk X . at 2 -, 1 W K 5' ' Wil V 'iw ,.,,. , . -- --.. z.:.z?s::St-1 my X- - jgfg327:1Q,5ggg,sfq.,' 7 ' ' W cya ff -. V ,beo"qo:gd, if v Cao QQ' its I PATRICIA FANNING Striking blond . . . beautiful clothes . . . always going somewhere . . . spar- kling personality . . . never without a problem . . . spends her summers at jones Beach . . . "Pat" MARIEL FELTON Enticing smile . . . full of fun . . . willowy . . . coy . . . perennial tan . . . devilish . . . "activated" and "energized" . . . beautiful auburn hair . . . fascinating green eyes . . . radiant personality . . . "Mafe" JOAN FINNEGAN Happy-go-lucky . . . true friend . . . popular with both sexes . . . bubbling personality . . . peppy member of cheerleaders . . . eskabee . . . cute and full ofthe devil . . . hula-hips . . . "Fin" CONSTANCE FITCH Sweet . . . fun to be with . . . always smiling , . . good sense of humor . . . true friend . . . pretty blond hair . . . loves music . . . mainstay of the Trojanettes . . . "Connie" MARY ELLEN FORSTER Pretty blonde . . . not as innocent as she looks . . . tall and willowy . . 'I Wappy blue eyes . . . giggly at times . . . cheerleader and hula girl . . 40 eskabee . . . beachcomber . . . "Live Wire" df BARBARA Fox ' Versatile smart and cute . . excels in s orts . varsity cheerleader , . p . . . . . mber of MAST staff , . . has a lot on the ball . . . Junior Leaguer from u ., way back . . . beautiful clothes . . . "Foxie" 'Ja rl' ...iffy EBEN FRANZ Cross country, wrestling and track letterman . . . "Fearless Franz" . . . small, but dynamic . . . intelligent, with the marks to prove it . . , unassuming . . . loyal . . . honest friend . . . "Eb" DONALD FRARY Tall and goodlooking . . . Grand Union employee . . . never without a comeback . . . soccer letterman . . . counts the days until weekends . . . future ahead in forestry . . . liked by both sexes . . . "Tex" W6 xdkofjaaoyf J' s.iawi21s1i?iff11,,, . Q '- -giafixtggyatx-or New X A Wifi-of V21 1--' HM, .wa .. . - , eierawmafl -W , , f .. - 1 .,,,, , wsleigf 1 iw His? I 5 mari'-,rim water. r New .fl ,gs 1359 ,xr fx.- jf ARTHUR GENSLER Soccer and basketball letterman . . . never misses a party JOHN FRICKER . . . a joker all the way . . . manages to stay way up in Little man with a big future . . . track and basketball pro class averages . . . known a tl liked by everyone . . . "Art" , . , seen driving his own red Crosley . . . terrihc set shot in basketball . . . quiet until you get to know him . . . "jack" PAUL GEYGAN Serious minded . . . class Rembrandt . . . stage crew and craft . . . artistic . . . biology student par excellence . . . R d t,1 h TE-IQMAS GE'?R?d. d, Ssi n plays violin for the orchestra . . . reserved, but always ready eserve uni e ge s in a socia s u ies iscu o ... . to lend 3 hand A ' A conscientious and intelligent student . . .D wild sport shirts . . . calm and collected at all times . . . sincere . . . "Tom silk? - 'x if isifyk .r.,- 1. gy Q-A.1flf'5 avi We N r V M ' ' we iiiifsiiiixii' n C5 ,, ' Q ' 0 ,gf cx ,S ' 1 , JA , , so f 'flai r ' .Q-Targa, 5 .-NS A V .... i g iiis c iiiii tt s Sf , , ,W cl. is A at Q L I SUE GOODLETT Hard to persuade , . . solver of problems . . . beloved chauffeur . . . a joy to be with . . . gets the impossible accomplished . . . never complains . , . a perfect friend . . . choice comments . . . economist nrst-class . . . BERT GORDON Committee man . . . varsity lacrosse . . . sports a '37 Pontiac . . . "Gotta talk to you about this" . . . sergeant- at-arms for Student Council . . . finger in every pie . . . known and liked by everyone . . . JOAN GRAHAM Flaming redhead with a temper to match . . . bowling enthusiast . . , plans to be a policewoman . . . devilish . . . likes anything Westel'n . . . frank!! . . . always has an answer . . , "joanie" FERN GRAY Petite . . . fun to be with . . . lives for the weekendsl. . . good sense of humor . . . hard worker at4A 84 . . . lively personality . . . still trying to get a driver's license. 74 ALBERT GUARINO One of WLlfl'CD'S best track men . . . fast on his feet . . . appreciates the hner things in life-mostly brunettes . . . seen driving a green Chevvy . . . unassuming, but one of the boys . . . great humorist . . . "Mouse" I FRANCES HACK p G. .'s drum majorette . . . future in nursing , . . loves a good time . . . passion for the beach . . . worry wart . . . loves spaghetti . . . devilish , . . crazy 'bout hot-rods . . "Fran" -s:5fs'f.2fz,s1-. 7 - iw 31 " ff' ?EmHa:1s2asI:1 .1 ., - - c Q V f f ,, 7., I ,,,..vaff'- . .zfjiff BERNIE HAEBE .- Captain of the lacrosse team .. . face safety on the footballr., squad . . , lives and eats sports , . . dislikes scholl, bp! tolerates it . . . likes his women and parties . . . dete mihecl . - "W, . . . . a tremendous guy . . , ,ly Y Q' , Q' IIJ' 1 wtf!! L AM H u . .V 0 - " - - .: -..'- if i ' x ' A LORRAINE HAEFFNER 3 5 Good looking brunette . . . always on the go . . . vivacious varsity cheerleader . . . ardent Spanish student . . . editor ,Q of FIESTA . . . loves sports . . . capable and reliable . . . V zsy . f ' G. C.'s ambassador to Norway . . . i,.,- M L TOM HARRISON Grand prize man at science exhibitions . . . 200,000-mile Chrysler owner . . . electronics expert . . . astronomer . . . cr-razy chemist . . . a "show me" scientific mind . . . ROBERT HANLEY great sense of humor . . . Always smiling . . . lives for those weekends . . . football and track hend . . . unpredictable . . . wild summers . . . ladies' man . . . extraordinary sense of humor . . . "Bob" EVELYN HARVEY Avid Yankee fan . . . loquacious . . . loves to eat . . . personality plus . . . wants to become president of TERRY HANNA A. S. P. C. A .... expert driver . . . G. C.'s Miss Arnold Constable . . . invents trouble . . . "Lyn" On nearly every team . . . soccer, track, wrestling, bowling . . . prexy of Hunting and Fishing Club . . . lifeguard during the summer . . . Outdoorsman . . . Don juan . . . perpetual good humor . . , ... .1 tj- -- . ERN- . . 5 ii . "fi - ' it R111 A' ' .Q K ,. .. VVVL K ,A -5-12 .gg Q., 1. A . as 1 - fiagfi -' aww X Q7 ' if " A f W' vt-ws? i gi.: 75 M satisfy-, . - yinww-fa at il? - : , ., ., . . ,... I a,rx-Sim keg, . ig ' Es: 4. ' ewseifffv firmer' sg -M s2f?G:Qfi3ji3a s ' , I VV., , it gg t -,ia '- E fsi,1e,,if4,43 3 s Q Y Q9 A' i- 4, fl? 5 Q wi 2 Wt? , w 'Y ga R2 - P -fiwfilv Huw fe- W- 'Savill-,uni 76' .-0 Ak' NANCY HAUSMANN Pert blond . . . neat as a pin . . . ambitious . . . never without a comeback . . . nice clothes . . . usually in a dither . . . spontaneous giggle . . . peppy . . . vitamin eliiciency . . . "Nance" BRYAN HEYES One of Coach Gerung's grunt 'n' groaners . . . strength belies his size . . . quiet and determined . . . nobody's fool . . . joker when you know him . . . Rube's Rummy man. THOMAS HAYNIE Drummer with Perkin's union and the "Dukes" . . . always worrying about something . . . sports minded . . . likes his weekends and his girls . . . a hundred nicknames . . . "Wong" . . . "Wollo" WILLIAM HEINEMAN Known for his broad shoulders . . . All-scholastic passer on the football team . . . great boxer . . , baseball and wrestling letterman . . . sincere friend . . . one of G. C.'s best athletes in recent years . . . popular . . . "Bill" PI-IYLLIS HEWITT CLAIRE HOWE Lovely big brown eyes . . . eibcierlt and il'1dll5ffi0U5 - Capable manager of girls' sports . . . basketball enthusiast always on time . . . sweet . . . understanding . . . rewarding , , , Peppy 1-ed head with a Southern dfawl , . , hails from smile . . . quiet . . . there's a "princess" in Phyllis - . . Baltimore way . . .startling remarks at times . . .Charleston "Phil" type . . . ENID HIRLEMAN PATRICIA HUNT Beautiful brunette with dancing brown eyes . . . social Keeps the gum factory in business . . . interests outside of butterfly . . . G. C.'s fashion plate . . . one of Skid's girls school . . . party girl . . . always ready with a comeback . . . hula gal . . . party giver . . . eskabee . . . sophisticated . . . devilish ideas . . . "no place like Kim's" . . . lives in . . . "Siwwy Gwen" - Mr. T's office . . . "Pat" sa'ssxefrw.fwefffefsw' fffssgw' A "1" ff-,511-:lif't 'Q' is 'rrffml' .g. if i5f5,iie'i4s55S5glS?afgfir57'it V-1,,,.,xsw Q w1gsawe,:1fgg2,ff pe, ., 7- f 5 f ffg':,55,2,5fa, s,rftf,,affw, X 5 tim ww 5 se 2 ef 2, :MW at '?if at yer? X, at 5 2 sk " . mi- "z?5s1i?l rf . :I V , f t t RUTH IHLENBURG U t NICHOLAS JOHNSON Sweet and friendly . . . good sense of humor . . . likes Editor of the ECHO . . . always has more than one thing horses and dogs . . . member Of C0l0fgUafd - - - Hail' f0f to do . . . head of honor committee . . . known for his art . . . fun to be with . . . likes to knit . . . good cook . . . great piano playing . . . never gets time to sleep . . . in- loves parties . . . tellectual . . . great editorials . . . bound to succeed . . . "Nick" STEPHEN .IESSEN Heaves the shotput and discus on the track team . . . well- RICHARD JONES dressed . . . good in most sports . . . intellectual . . . woman Lady killer I I . terrific Sense of humor g ' ' takes every. hater fr0m Way back - - 3 ff'S6fVSdu- - -V? good man t0 have thing slow and easy . . . loyal German student . . . can sell HS H fflend A -- Sam anybody anything . . . always having his car fixed . . . "jonesy" D '. A 0 . , MURIEL JORGENSEN Bubbles with personality , . . always busy . . . capable president of G. A. A .... known for her Bostonian accent . . . varsity cheerleader . . . vice president of S. C. B. . . . willing to help . . . friendly to everyone . . . "Mew" ALLEN KAHKONEN Tall and quiet . . . one-girl man . . . perpetual good humor . . . drives an antiquated blue Chevvy . . . good man with the books . . . rifle team standout . . . sports minded . . . ..Al., LOIS KEENER Cute and devilish , . . knows how to have fun and does . . . "party party" . . . always "gooEn' off" . . . has a serious moment now and then . . . loyal and helpful friend . . . ..L0,. CYNTHIA KENDALL Tall . . . vivacious . . . a friend to all . . . Student Council veep . . . president of Girls' Nation . . . G. C.'s claim to fame . . . member of concert choir . . . loves horses . . . sincere and dependable . . . flair for art . . . personality plus . . . "Cindy" S 77 SUE KIMBALL Full of fun . . . choice comments in any situation . . . mischievous . . . sense of humor . . . lives for weekends . . . likes to sing . . . cute and slim . . . photogenic . . . loves to eat . . . "Kim" PHILIP KOHUT Double-talk specialist . . . one-girl man . . . Ford devotee . . .always seems to be out of razors . . . mainstay of Warren's track team . . . Oh those weekends . . . "Kahoot" LILA KUNZE Attractive . . . sports a blue convertible . . . Vogue fashion plate . . . peaches and cream complexion . . . constantly talking . , . Hair for art . . . never without a problem . . . champagne tastes LOIS LANNING Vivacious personality . . . loves a good time . . . fun to be with . . . well liked . . . good dancer . . . beach comber . . . dependable . . . has a way with the men . . . "Lo" BARBARA LA ROCK Busy as a bee . . . pixie . . . clothes to burn . . . resides in the pub room . . . stickler for marks . . . loquacious . . . asset to parties . . . Caesar's extraordinary protege . . . adorable blond JOHN LEONARD Leader of the infamous stage crew . . . set designer for Masquers . . . business manager for the MAST . . . Honor Society . . . tremendous sense of humor . . . one-girl man . , . known for his intelligence . . . good guy . . . member of Perkin's union . . . "Johnny" VIRGINIA LEWIS Wonderful sense of humor . . . bubbles with personality . . . expert knitter of argyles . . . fun to be with . . . friendly smile . . . frequent passenger in a green Buick . . . "Ginny" RICHARD LIGHTCAP Leader of the Dreickische club . . . can be found with the boys in Loesel's pool hall . . . member of the 4th Period Lunch and Storytelling Society . . . active in music organizations . . . sincere friend . . . "Rich" wigs,-fff'11 - 'fi':J1'- t sigma,-yt-i.f - 'v t w fissiieffsii.,Msg .I H . ,kuj yi r aff ,.,, H J A27 W , g fb at at Q EPI:- we 3 sz i ia 'X W- 1 2 H sl a sf er 2 S X L f,V5M ,wsrlig ,pu f 3 o to P tyyy ,. ., t ..., -- 2, L ,,, I fliisilfigj' , ., :QQQFE5 , I-I 4? 5525-'Q " FE: lgfil-?"l::7ff'fg5, 2515 -, - g ' .rw ,2 -' f f -f - f- as-W W I 78 i eaqihf' 125' s . ,.:, . A5-'lil 2 A f--, gg,t,5s,.,a, ,5a. . .: --x .,:. , WILLIAM LIPSEY Usually on first honors . . . headed for Colgate . . . soccer reliable . . . P. 'I'. A. show . . . talkative . . . Social Studies whiz . . another one of Rube's Rummies . . . "Bill" WILLIAM LLOYD Quiet, but once you know him, watch that wit . . . one of the "Guzzlers" . . . "hot rod with a slow Studebaker" . . . likes his women . . . member of "Rube's Rummies" . . . "Willy" MARGARET LOBER Newcomer to G. C. in her junior year . . . music lover . . . English whiz . . . quiet . . . sincere . . . attractive blond hair . . . pleasant personality . . . good student THOMAS LOESEL ji S 5 ":. Known for his fleet of cars . . . never serious . . . life of the party . . .Q Q ff'. A' fj Lbgl "'::" Q 'L woman hater from way back . . . concert-choir and G. C. Gent standby . . tall and good-looking . . . "Tom" i ' ARLANNE LYNCH Kentucky's gift to G. C .... known for her platinum blond hair . . . easy to get along with . . . talkative . . . peculiar liking for the letter "B" . . . serious at times . . . "Arlie" i ff - .iii CLAIRE MCDERMOTT Well known . . . famous for her comebacks . . . keeps the classrooms alive - . . . fan of room 28 . . . constantly talking . . . cute . . . always leaves 'em laughing . . . "Clem" MARY ANN MCHUGH Ford-o-maniac . . . unpredictable organizer . . . famous for her "mana" looks . . . devilish . . . found at either Gilgo or Richard's . . . generous . . . loves jazz and noisy gum . . . dependable friend . . . explosive per- sonality , . . Princeton fan RAYMOND MCLAUGHLIN Talented artiste . . . quiet, but a natural joker when you know him . . . member of the bowling squad . . . quick witted . . . good man with the books . . . one of Rube's favorite "Rummies" . . . "Ray" g A0 QQ., . , esiiff FH? 5:f5iZ?i5ifQiif7i . sw, If, in , , MH it it its , Privy 1- 1 i Fsagfif , t J- F . . 05 0' Slggus fzuifc-6 H ,c..,.nst UQ- zf'-""",77i 4' JOAN MCQUADE DOUGLAS MACLEOD Football and lacrosse letterman . . , conscientious president of the S. C. B .... loyal Scot . . . ECHO standby . . . great tenor voice often heard in school productions . . . lady killer , . . popular with everyone . , . "Etz" VIRGINIA MCMURRY Quiet . . . never without a problem . . . future in medicine . . . generous . . . sincere . . . a pleasant smile for everyone . . "oh those eyes!" seen shifting in the Chevy . . . sleepy time gal . . . "Ginny" WILLIAM MCNAMARA Warren's best sprint man . . . gas gauge usually empty on his Packard . . . always smilin' . . . a sensible guy . . . active in Concert Choir . . . wild sport shirts . . . "Mac" SUE MCNARY Unexpected wit . . . passion for purple and pickles . . . vivacious blonde . . . Dorothy Dix . . . the "perfect squelch" . . . she can can-can . . , linquist . . . unpredictable attitude toward the opposite sex . . . "Sumac" gmart dresser . . . loves to dance . . . favors the state of onnecticut . . . constantly talking on the phone . . . never worries . . . invents excitement . . . good natured . . . PATRICK MANNIX JP' LI xl GAY MAIER erstanding efhciency plus mem Dependable and hardworking . . . always smiling , , . in' terested in electronics . , . Foreign Policy Association . . . seen around town in a green Crosley . . . a credit to the old sod , . . "Pat" Loves ho es . . . headed toward Wyoming . . . too busy f Wo . . nd ' . . . ' . . . - o o r a . editor of CHANTECLER . . . "Gaybuzzer" or "Goo" ROBERT MANSFIELD Strong silent type . . . ace moundsman and chief defensive lineman . . . prefers blondes , . . shows his comic side to a select few . . . popular and good-looking . . . "Bob" 80 W ,, l ARTHUR MANTHEY Concertmeister of the G. C. orchestra . . . honor society man . . . one of the INK SPOTS . . . dry wit . . . Biology Il butcher . . . woman hater . . . violin virtuoso . . . Rube's Rummies man . . . "Art" FRED MAYER One of G. C.'s finest athletes . . . soccer, basketball and lacrosse standout . . . wheel . . . liked by both sexres . quiet . . . known for his crew ,cut . . . one of Rubes FERN MAUSER Rummles Blushing beauty . . . never without a tan . . . quiet on occasions . . . "Only one more day" . . . makes the fellas look twice . . . petite, peppy, and popular . . . forever chewing gum . . . "Mo" ' JOAN MAYWOOD' Enthusiastic varsity cheerleader . . . loves a problem . . always ready for a good time . . . dances a blue streak . . crazy 'bout horses . . . maintains a perfect page-boy . . "Little Buttercup" . . . nuts about parties . . . FRANK MERGANTHALER Sailor from Sayville . . . joker . . . football and lacrosse . . . import from Brooklyn Prep in junior year . . . fast line with the women . . . a real party boy . . . intelligence surprises you . . . "Hank" SUE MERRIMAN Hails from Minnesota . . . coquette . . . talks a blue streak . . . T.V. fan . . . lively personality . . . tall and attrac- tive . . . always laughing . . . never takes anything seriously -tc is W YZ' '1 1 . - iff: .. , , .,L', 5 yr CONSTANCE MEYNEN Sweet, dark-eyed brunette . . . quiet . . . loves parties . . . instructs the incoming Trojanettes . . . pretty picture be- hind the counter of the student store . . . "Connie" BRUCE MILLER Expert ear wiggler . . . one of the boys . . . letterman in football, basketball and baseball . . . distinct shade of red . . . loves those parties . . . active in school life . . . "Brew" 81 vfgia. F2-sr t t tt wiawt-f if-Jef2'lJ1 01 Lrl. it W J o t t up ' Q Q Rl get E gf, 35,3 lit bali 1 -. :f - -gavfii a 1 Vida :Usa I, WATSON MORRIS Mainstay of the bowling squad . . . always in a good mood JOSEPH MITCHELL . . . varsity track man . . . works hard at everything . . . Never lets anything get him down . . . plans to become an F1 good Wofd f01' CVCYYOUC - - - Smfefe - - - "Wat" airline pilot . . . chased by, but manages to elude, the females . . . expert mechanic . , . never overworks . . . a right guy . . . "Hosay" ROBERT MULCARE Efficient president of the B. A. A .... Honor Society . . . VALERIE MONTANEZ sports editor of ECHQ . . . letterman in soccer, basketball Adorable blond . . . popular . . . Bob's pride and joy . . . and bafebau ' ' ' frlemlly ' ' ' piano Vlrlllosonfor the famous for her pony tail and dimples . . . always on the Dukes of Rhythm ' ' ' Popular ' ' ' Moe go . . . a ready smile for everyone . . . never on time . . . "Val" GAIL MUNCH Always full of fun . . . sparkling personality , . . good dancer . . . gets some unique inspirations . . . loves sailing . . . very cute . . . devil in her eye . . , likes to argue . . . never without a comeback . . . likes "Peetza" JAMES MURPHY Always smiling . . . motion picture operator , . . active in school music organizations . aspires to be an industrial arts teacher . . . goes for the younger women . . . friendly and talkative . . . "jim" JOAN MURPHY Never seen walking . . . always on the phone . . . beauti- ful clothes . . . member of concert choir . . . party giver . . .hula gal . . . movie fan . . . "Murph" of tiiy g t MARTHA NICKLIS . t if Pretty brown hair . . . nice clothes . . . a good friend . . . known for her versatile accents . . . always neat . . .. a ,A 'r contagious laugh . . . talkative . . . calls you "Honey girl" L - ' - Mew r i l 82 J RUTH NIEMANN Beauty plus brains . . . good friend . . . beautiful eyes . forever having embarrassing moments . . . swell disposi- tion . . . gullible . . . lots of fun to be with . . . quiet . . "I'll learn to spell yet!" JANE NIXDORF Weakness for problems . . . unpredictable and unique . . . always late . . . never without a stationwagon . . . well known for her parties . . . future in nursing . . . keeps them on a string . . . "Sis" or "Sistie" HAROLD .NOBLE I Sharp dresser . . . good humor man . . . partial to brunettes . . . golf and basketball bug . . . organist supreme . . . plays for Cathedral and school . . . tall and good-looking . . . "Harry" JANET OBRIEN Sewanhaka's gift to G. C .... never without a problem . . . fickle . . . beautiful voice . . . loves concert choir , . . everyb0dy's friend . . . beautifully dressed . . . always hurrying to go nowhere . . . "jan" MARYELEE ODEA A Striking brunette . . . infectious laugh . . . neat as a pin Q V iyp . . . artistic touch . . . loads of fun . . . avid Dodger tan TRUMAN QNDERDQNK . . . easy going . . . well dressed . , . ambitious . . . Varsity soccer . . . Pilgrim Fellowship Treasurer . . fascinating eyes . , keeper of the lights for Masquers . . . one-girl man . , . loyal to boys' chorus . . . mild. hut "on the hall" . . . "Tru" ROBERT OECHSLIN Soccer and basketball iiend . . , a good word for everyone SANDRA ORR . . . basso profundo for concert choir . . . unique person Quiet and attractive . . . likes red formals . . . deep dark . . , easy to get along with . . . crazy about cars . , . works brown eyes . , . looks toward Albany . . . music lover for G. C. Garage , . . one of the boys . . . "Oechs" extraordinary . . . usually seen in a station wagon . . . one of the original Trojanettes MARTHA PARSONS Always happy . . . fun to be with . . . friendly . . . Bostonian accent . . . good cook . . . member of the colorguard . . . Oh, that driving! . . . usually on the telephone . . . valuable friend JANE PENTLAND Attractive blue eyes . . . loves a good murder mystery . . . witty . . . Oh! johnny . . . a Cactus Belle . . . frequents the green room . . . editor of MAST . . . good shoulder to weep on BRITA PETTERSON "Scandinavian Baby" . . . sunny blonde . . . sparkling sense of humor . . . pert . . . valuable friend . . . persevering and responsible . . . enthusiastic . . . an original Trojanette . . . linguist . . . always smiling . . . promotes international relations with Sweden ELIZABETH PHELAN Reserved . . . a lasting friend . . . has a quick wit and knows when to use it . . , athletic . . . conscientious worker . . . President of Spanish Club . . . chairman of judiciary Committee . . . easy going . . . mischievous at times . . . "Betty" or "Bet" RAYMOND POLLEY Quiet until he hits a party . . , a traveler . . . proud owner of green Chevvy convertible . . . varsity lacrosse letterman . . , weekend visitor to nearly every Eastern college . . . popular . . . "Ray" DENNIS POWELL Baseball fanatic . . . St. Louis Cardinal rooter . . , one of Skid's hcst moundsmen . . . big future ahead in engineering . . . nobody's fool . . , usually found in the parking area Wq'l 'V Athletically inclined baseball md football one woman man . I . blonde and good looking easy man to get along with rescrwed, with a dry wit Bo WILLIAM PRIESTLEY Knovun for his driving plans to yoin the Navy and see the Wolld . . ,,,,, great friend spoits lox er Ycast X X it 84 M PRESTON QUESENBERRY Terrific boxer . . . never seems to win a het . . . memorizes pages from joke books . . . Detroit Tiger follower . . . happy go lucky . . . teller of tall tales . . . character all the way . . . "Squeeze" WILLIAM RASOR Grand Union man . . . new this year from city . , . double-talk specialist . . . one-girl man . . . manages to get around . . . lives for his weekends . . . sense of humor unsurpassed . . . "Bill" BRUCE RAWLINGS Lacrosse man from way back . . . loyal to Oklahoma . . . has the sense of humor for his job-working in the G. C. Fun Shop . . . active in Civil Defense and Fire Dept .... teller of tall tales , . . "Brew" JACQUELYN RENNIE Blow-torch blond . . . adores people, 'specially men . . . loves to bake . . . perpetually late . . . French mad . . . haunts the green room . . . always busy . . . Honor Society . . . a Cactus Belle . , . "jackie" ELSPETH REYNOLDS Frequently seen at Gilgo Beach . . . always ready for a laugh . . . witty , . . sparkling personality . . . friendly . . . always talking . . , full of the devil . . . generous . . . "Ellie" THOMAS ROSENBORG Returnee to G. C. after a year's absence in junior year . Swedish citizen . . . active in French activities . . . a World traveler . . . good student . . . quiet and well-liked . . . "Tom" JUDY ROSS Wcinderful personality and a sense of humor to match . . . hard worker . . . associate justice of the Student Court . . . always has a joke . . . terrific artist and a good athlete . , , dependable . . . "Mimi" JULIANNE ROUNTREE Always has a comeback . . . never does her homework . . .-known for her fascinating haircut . . . droll sense of humor . . . Honor Society . . . editor of INK SPOTS . . . "But Miss Jennings" . . . Lfjuln or "julie" , 94, U,,1'f,b41J. F. 9, r0' A t 7fwioMttg2U,filif7MJ' -fb- . 3' PM if tx -L if f W 5 ' sg.,s'2zS'iSiw.ra1' ' - f:tsSgxzg9ig,efgi at '!Lf!37f55-iiS,i52fi ' .street 1 l:?svl?i.?ifs W ' ' 9 W . 4S QA 9ZA , . . A .V,,, . . . . ,A ,l MXN .atsxxaf Qfisbsisfffi -1. if' 5l.Vli5iai?'Lf?i ' t at aw ,W Q S S , i W ai KM a ,X agua Q.. 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"Michele LaRue" BARBARA SAWYER One of the G. Cfs cute blonds . . . terrific sense of humor MARILYN RUSSELL J , - - Short and sweet . . . serious at times . . . a real friend . . . ' ' ' 5532? 3532225'B'eACSePCniffiCqgA 'lives ffgotli? Sum spends her summers in Babylon . . . a whiz at the accordion, 5 ' ' ' K " P ' ' ' Y piano and many other musical instruments . . . loves navy blue 35+ 061 boyqk... C1ko.:n.f-7.3 cu-kb Svlrof'-1 0.4 -S'u.:P-ll Qc V-99" 2 A - f 1 .. i S ROGER SCHAUF Executive branch of H. R, 11 . , . football and lacrosse letterman . . . prexy of Y. P. F .... a convertible and the girl to go with it . . . sailing ace . . . life of the party . . . unique guy . . . "Shifless" GEORGE SCHRAMM Quiet sense of humor . . . a leader of stage-craft . . . motion picture operator . . . avid Yankee fan . . . known for his driving . . . hard worker for the MAST . . . artistic . . . Mr. Wilmott's right hand man JANE SCHRIEFER Known for her blue convertible . . . nice clothes . . . loves to dance . . . true friend to everybody . . . vivacious . . . eats weird combinations . . . loves that "Blue Moon" . . "jenny" BARBARA SCHWARTEN Small and very cute . . . swell friend . . . blushes easily . . . has a way with the opposite sex . . . terrific hgure . . . disproves the theory that gentlemen prefer blonds . . . "Barb" or "Bobbi" 86 JOHN scorr Great dancer . . . quiet and good-looking . . . seen around town in a black Ford . . . sharp dresser . . . easy to get along with . . . likes his women . . . "Scotty" BARBARA SEAMAN Cute brunette . . . party girl . . . sports a Ford convertible o ular and devilish lives for the weekends . . . p p . . . . collects stuffed animals . . . eskabee . . . always buying records . . . one of Skid's girls . . . "Sea" DONALD SHERMAN Never serious . . . baseball and basketball ace . . . "Tee hee" . . . prefers brunettes but has an open mind . . . always out for a good time . . , popular . . . a character all the way . . . "Don" LEE SIMMONS Sports editor of G. C, NEWS . . . on editorial staffs of ECHO and MAST . . . party boy . . . known for his driv- in' and blond hair . . , intelligent, with a terrific sense of ax-fl?-.PC 0 V-all :nik-lui Q,-Swv tgirl: at ,.,ta::e:, wa XXXL """"'T-."Q"f4.- XABX ,fr .af Q' t L..dNlq f E ti l ? V .4131 ia f 'gs 5, I ty ,W at , " ge t :I is humor . . . always on the go . . . "Soph" cu! at -4 ta.. use a fa- , ,a,4i1J, J-4-fd I . l -pg Ps A PATRICIA SMITH Nice figure . . . flair for art . . . loves to eat . . . personal interest in Sewanhaka . . . good taste in clothes . . . comes COLIN SIMPSON up with unexpected remarks . . . Oh, those weekends! . , . Sports enthusiast . . . a real party boy , . . cr-razy sense forgetful ' ' ' Pat of. humor . . . artistic . , . lives for his weekends , . . never without a comeback . . . unique personality . . . "Panther" RUDOLF SMUTNEY Ace lineman on the football squad . . . life of any party , . . known for his driving . . . transfer from Lawrenceville PATRICIA SMITH . . . lady killer . . . has a quick wit and knows when to Sparkling personality . . , great sense of humor . . . always use it , , , "G0v'n0f" smiling . . . one of Skid's girls . . . popular . . . sweet and depend ble . . . never too busy to lend a helping hand li "Patti" My' t l ly l l k I " it JJ , f .- A H, ig, al 3- 'S aw if O' QM47 ru ltffo i J' f ff in-7, JANETTE SMYTH Large appetite for a little girl . . considers school the eternal struggle . . . always joking . headed for a nurs ing career , . . innocent eyes but dont be deceived vivacious and loquacious PHILIP SOTEL A finger in every pie . . . swings a mean tennis racket political expert . . . sharp as a whip talkative active in many school activities . . . a good student "Phil" BRIGGS SPACI-I Rifle team . . . drives a red Dodge convertible known for his great parties . . . never in a hurry collegiate dresser . . . dependable and hardworking a good man with the books . . BARRY SPIES Artistically inclined . . . seen around town in his 41 Dodge convertible . . . mainstay of Masquers Club prefers blondes . . . a good word for everybody unique sense of humor . . , a right guy ROBERT STERN KATHLEEN STORM Gifted athlete . . . football, wrestling and lacrosse whiz Quiet until you get to know her . . a sincere friend . . . co-editor of the MAST . . . one-girl man for as long loves dogs . . . spends her summers in Connecticut as anyone can remember . . . judo and hypnosis expert . . . thinker . . . roots for St. Paul's . . , always in a quandary popular . . . "Bob" usually seen laughing . . . Kathy CAROL STEWART SHIRLEY STRONG Cute as 3 button , I - love 'em and leave 'em attitude to. Tall, blonde . . .loyal friend . .- . headed toward Maine ward men . . . pint-sized bundle of dynamite . . . always - - - Hfdeflt band member '- - , UHIQUC CHD be S6611 10 getting in or out of trouble . . . forever worrying . . . her '53 F0fd . - . always in a hurry Ski Clubber popular . . . "Stew" loquacious . . . "Betty fi l - - ' gm t,gtg.. ,. F , 6' - v f:73QQil an " :' 1" ' if .. g. . - ,rg t ,,t, ,,t,t,,t , .. . - af. -J af. 1- ng ,- ,M 5:55. .. ,.,,. . , V , ,yt I , .. nigh 'P ,,, ay. f hai, -if ' ,5 W3-tiffglsgi W , K yy -gb" eT2if"!2f'E ' , ' I It 1 ,- .qqtfw I .sssfeaffflftae at 111. 'f.ea"Ffg'iEZ++Jf:k"a , ' .H A az- il t '- ryfycanzfgf, I-f. f t ry: , ' ,,3Q4Z,Q5:. 32: - we-ttf' E fmvv 5543 F Sv? -rf. J - t ft,:Pf,g52'.fv iZf1aei?s'5.S'1,y-I x it 5 I 1-K-sgszetxiawwrr if i fc-:ea ., " fef?f' fi'-1 is fi Q Q we f S a si fr d Alkkfjg A tsl O-XL GQ Ok Xp.-'v'-.A43 - 'CJ G X' I . SLN uU.,n.vLP" Q SUZANNE SUTPHEN WILLIAM SWEITZER Good-humored . . . always smiling . . . capable social Basketball and baseball enthusiast . . . soccer all-scholastic chairman of the Senior Class and veep of the G. A. A .... - 3 ' PlHY5 F1 mea? f1'UmPCf fof the "Dukes" - - . d1SC1'1m1fl- cute . . . popular, friendly and reliable, that's "Bianca" H108 121 1115 Ch01CC Of WOUWU - - - Pff-Wd OWUG1' Of F0fd I A - Uoouyy convertible . . . a good student . . . great guy . . . "Swizzle" SUSAN SUTTON PETER TAYLOR Beautiful hail' Hfld CYCS - - - Heat H5 H Pin - - - afffaCfiVf Bothered by absolutely nothing , , . known for his flaring C10fl'lCS - - - IOVCS music - ' - good at SPOUS - - - Well liked red hair . . . seen driving his black Plymouth . . . ready . . . enthusiastic student teacher . . . dependable . , . "Susie" gmile , , , dependable friend . . . H. H. 11 standby . , . "Pete" OLAF THIEDE Basketball and soccer enthusiast . . . class giant-6'4" of real man . . . born in Singapore and has lived in Denmark . . . never without a comeback . . . a right guy , . . "Who dat big man?" "Ollie" PATRICIA THOMPSON Very interested in sports . . . friendly . . . always willing to help . . . headed for Cortland . . . carefree . . . known for her haircut . . . full of pep . . . hard worker . , . mischievous . . . "Pat" JEANETTE TITUS Personality plus . . . fun to be with . . . friend to everyone . . . good natured . . . passion for purple . . . has an in- terest in sports . . , hides her artistic abilities . v . "Toni" or "Toe" JOHN TOBIN Tall and good-looking . . . track and basketball fiend . . . full of ideas . . . easy going air about him . . . fun to be with . . . a fixture of Skid's room . . . wheel . . . woman hater . . . one of the boys . . . "Jack" 89 if 4 ROBERT TROWBRIDGE Standout lineman on the football team . . , varsity lacrosse . . . plows through town in "Old Ironsides" . . . Student Court Justice . . . seldom wears a tie . . . everybody's friend . . . "Trow" SANDRA VAN SICLEN Fantastic laugh . . . has a hello for everyone . . . hot rod . . , always has a problem . . . cute . . . talks a blue streak . . . eye for the boys . . . "Sandy" ijvwn-1 or "Van" ELIZABETH VILLA World traveler . . . pretty clothes . . . always has a quick comeback . . slowpoke . . . summer resident of Fire Island . . . great sense of humor . . MAST staff . . . cute and slim . . . ski enthusiast . . . "Tish" tr JOHN VON DER LIETH Serious minded . . . head of activity committee . . . news editor of ECHO . . . chairman of two inter-school foreign policy organizations . . . F. P. A. chairman in junior year . . . likes his music and women . . . "Von" RICHARD VON SEELEN Football and basketball fanatic . . . new to us this year from the city . . , likes intricate dances . . . out for a good time . . . always on the go . . V A Cr ---- razy crew cut . . . party addict . . . "Elmer" MARSHALL WADSWORTH Football and tennis . . . star intramural basketball player . . . easygoing and intelligent . . . Masquers Club . . . aspiring engineer . . . dependable worker . . . . likes his women . . . popular . . "Duke" ELLEN WARD Massachusetts' loss-G. C.'s gain . . . peppy and sweet . . . determined . . . unpredictable . . . blushes easily . . . loves fun . . . has her serious side too . . . unexpect comments . , . arresting glance . . . always busy . . "Arm" X Jr, MARY WARD Alway a or a argument . . . athletically inclined . . . member of Foreg oli 'tion . . . good friend . . . has an interest in the arines . . . biology enthusiast -up--lf' f if J fjo jj:.j'!"l' .!,,.l I 4 . i J ,M ' -4 Y ,' , - . .-f A f ., , f X I 39 I! X I I 'J '1 I .if -Q q wr' M jf' L -1.2 I X ' ,! " J . viii: shy Q' i seetl ss JUNE WASON Darling hgure . . . beautiful brown eyes . . . vivacious personality . . . cute . . . eats queer combinations . . . full of fun . . . loves to get into mischief . , "Chicken" ROBERT WELTER Varsity soccer . . . math and science whiz . . . works hard at everything . . , reserved, but watch that wit . . . well-liked by everyone . . . ambitious and bound to succeed . . . "Roberto" MARGERY WERNER Sparkling green eyes and rosy cheeks . . . sincere . . . good worker . . . member of Concert Choir . . . ambitious . . . always happy and content . . meticulous dresser . . . "Germ or "Gerry" SANDRA WERNER ,gn-1 AVP! Hard to beat at an argument . . . pint sized bundle of dynamite . . . always - lr" getting in or out of trouble . . . knows how to make people laugh . , . good natured . . . "Sandy" 'W' MARSHALL WHITFIELD Football and lacrosse letterman . . . standout wrestler . . . stands high in the class . . . proud owner of souped up Ford . . . flair for writing . . . ski V f' enthusiast . . . popular. . . ladies' man . . . "Marsh" GEORGE XVHITLOCK C0-captains and all-scholastic soccer ace . . . lacrosse letterman . . . man of the world . . . quick comeback for every occasion . . . likes his women . . . wheel . . . small, but still a tremendous guy PETER WILDE Plays a "real gone" saxaphone . . . member of the band and the Dukes of Rhythm . . . quiet and unassuming . . . good man with the books . . . drives his own Ford . . . known and liked by everyone , . . "Pete" WARNER WILKINSON Tall and sharp . . . always wears a vest . . . a Certain young lady on his mind . . . drives a big green Buick with "cool" horns . . . always ready to laugh . . . can cheer anyone up . . . swell guy . . . "Wilkie" JS?-T .13 DOUGLAS WILSON girl man . . . a real showman . . . "Doug" NANCY WILSON Loves to dance . . . lives for the weekends . . . cute 5 her man . , . "Willie" ANNE WINGLE . . . can be seen knitting argyles for someone special darling ngure . . . "Winglebells" or "Annahoo" MILTON WOFFORD so jumping . . . "Mm" WSW QCC CHARLES YOUNG Personality plus, on stage and off . . . varsity soccer and wrestling . . . Senior Class president . . . always rushing someplace . . . a success in everything he does . . . one- sparkling blue eyes . . . blushes easily . . . effervescent personality . . . frequently seen at jones Beach . . . loves Cute blonde . . . loves beach parties . . . can't pass up food especially crullers , . , always singing . . . drives?!? Party boy . . . tall and good-looking . . . Southern drawl . . . well-liked by both sexes . . . lady killer . . . "the South will rise again" . . . Quiet sense of humor keeps room Jxayx. Newcomer to G. C. this year . . . football and baseball letterman . . . "Mr. Rhythm" . . . great singer s. . known for his dancing . . . always happy . . . likes his women . . . a real cr-razy cat . . . "Buddy" STEWART WRIGHT Football letterman . . . efficient and hard working president of the student council . . . loyal tO Indiana . I. . hOFl0f society . . . plays bass for the "Dukes" . . . Latin student par excelle ce - . . POPUIHT with everyone . - - Sfew CHARLES ZIMMERLEIN Clubs . . . friendly personality . . . dependable worker A conscientious student . . . stands high in the class . . . great shot . . . top man on rifle team . . . active in French "Charly" 92 CLASS POLL MOST ATHLETIC DONE MOST FOR SCHOOL ...,S, .. ...... ., MOST HUMOROUS . BEST FIGURE ,, MOST ARTISTICW, , BEST DRESSED . . CUTEST. MOST POPULAR. .. BEST LOOKING . ,, MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED... ...,. ., ,, BEST COUPLE BEST ALL-AROUND MOST TALKATIVE . FAVORITE TEACHER .... W.. Q nb . l ,X J 7' - X, GG 1. M. Ward, W. Heinemang 2. L, Haeffner, F. Mayer 3. B. Fox, B. Eliot. 1. C. Kendall, S. Wright, 2. M. Jorgensen, D. Wilson 3. B. LaRock, N, Johnson. 1. C. McDermott, P. Anderson, 2. B. LaRock, R. Cunning ham, 3. Finnegan, P. Kohut, 1. A. Wingle, W. I-Ieinemang 2. H. Essman, S. Jessen 3. Rowden, M. Whitfield. 1. F. Churchill, P. Geygang 2. P. Deane, B. Spies, 3. J Ross, R. McLaughlin. l. P. Fanning, S. Jessen, 2. L. Kunze, S. Wright, 3. I" Churchill, R. Mulcare. I. B. Schwarten, G. Whitlock, 2. Rowden, B. Anderson 3. Ashton, S. Wright. 1. M. Jorgensen, S. Wright, 2. V. Montanez, D. Wilson 3. B. Seaman, D. MacLeod. 1. Rowden, W. Heinemang 2. P. Deane, VD. Frary 3. E. Hirleman, B. Mansfield. l. C. Kendall, S. Wright, 2. M. Jorgensen, D. Wilson 3. Rountree, R. Mulcare. 1. B. Berger, R. Stern, 2. P. Smith, W. Heiryman, 3. V Montanez, R. Pratt. . A Q l. M. Jorgensen, S. Wright, 2. C. Kenldall, 'IDtWilsoi1 3. S. Sutphen, R. Mulcare. P x 1. C. McDermott, P. Anderson, 2. B. LaRot'ltf R. Smutney 3. P. Dickel, P. Sotel. l. Mrs. Schnaubelt, Mr. Sylvestrig Z. Mrs. Spiers, Mr Sanford, 3. Miss Carlton, Mr. Corhridge. 93 a Y T r l X -' r lf! T . .-A I'-l H WM. - Hifjwl K 1? itz, MOST TALKATIVE MOST ATHLETIC Claire McDermoH, Pele Anderson Bill Heineman, Mary Ward X x X x I I ! , X' 'X XXV X 510. Q E .,,,: ,W L . .J X Q il 3 L M T ,, 3 QI 'V -.bk. Y g p S - Mme ,fx mf, I fx Wgh+MrlJoe gWh+o I V ii T VTVT -- . fww, .iff , - I MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED Slew Wrigl1+, Cynfhia Kendall HA ei? r T MOST ARTISTIC Paul Geygan, Frances Churchill BEST ALL-AROUNLJ T curesr 'T T' BEST LOQKING T' i W fi ' U ie rg Men Bafbafa Schwarlen' Geo' e l l ck Bil Heineman, Jane? 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Since almost the whole first string line of last year had been lost by gradu- ation, it was felt that the team would have to rely heavily on the running power of its backs. How- ever, there were so many talented linemen that a two platoon system could be used. The backfield was well experienced from last year and came up to the great expectations of the coaches. Following is a rundown of the games, GARDEN CITY 6- PORT WASHINGTON I2 The first encounter of the season found the Trojans at Port Washington. Port opened the scor- ing by a downfield march from their own 49 yard line halfway through the first quarter. In the latter part of the same period G. C. evened the score with Bob Stern going over from the two. Port scored again in the final period on a pass play. The Trojans were on their way to even the score when time ran out. It was first and ten to go for G. C. on the Port ten-yard line. GARDEN CITY 6-SOUTHSIDE 7 Although they lost their second game, G. C. showed itself to be one of the better teams on the Island. Southside eventually went through the sea- son undefeated, yet they were hard pressed to eke out a one-point win over a battling Trojan eleven. The "Cyclones" from Rockville Centre opened the scoring in the first quarter on a line plunge from the G. C. 15 and followed it up by running for the extra point. Southside then kicked off and after receiving the kick off on their own 25, G. C. marched 75 yards on the running and passing of Brad Eliot, Bob Stern, Bud Young and Bill Heineman. Bill Heineman culminated the drive by slipping a pass to Bob Stern in the end zone for a touchdown, but we missed the extra point. GARDEN CITY 20-HICKSVILLE 5 The Maroon and Grey faced Hicksville next on a muddy field. Scoring once in the first half and twice in the second the Trojans racked up a total of 215 yards to their opponent's 91. Scoring was done by Mike Bill, Larry Bambace, Brad Eliot and Buddy Young. GARDEN CITY I2-LYNBROOK 0 Threatening several times in the first half, G. C. could not quite score. After a strong half time talk a rejuvenated team came out on the held and scored two touchdowns in the last two quarters. new team came out at half time. Bob Mansfield blocked an attempted Great Neck kick. Soon after- wards Bill Heineman threw his second touchdown pass of the day, this time to Bob Stern. Larry Bambace converted the extra point to tie the game. Garden City threatened several times more but could not score again. Even the tie was a "moral victory." GARDEN CITY 27-ROSLYN 7 Eager to continue their winning ways the Tro- jans next met the Roslyn High eleven. The Trojans opened up in the first quarter with Buddy Young going over from the ll. Larry Bambace place kicked the extra point. In the second quarter Bob Stern went over from the 3 culminating a 40 yard march. In the second half Stern and Frank Crum each accounted for touchdowns with Bambace kick- ing his three extra points of the day. GARDEN CITY 6-MANHASSET 31 Riding high on a long winning streak and a tie to Great Neck the Trojans next engaged a Although the score looked fairly close, the Trojans rolled up 350 yards to their opponents 46. Brad Eliot did all the scoring but was greatly helped by the running and passing of Bill Heineman, Buddy Young and Doug MacLeod. GARDEN CITY 13--GREAT NECK I3 Against undefeated Great Neck G. C. was deri- nitely an underdog and when at half time the Trojans were behind by 13 points the crowd be- lieved the predictions were right. But a completely powerful Manhasset eleven, which was looking for an undefeated season. In the opening minutes of the game G. C. drove to the Indians' l yard line but was not able to score. This seemed to dampen the Trojans' spirit for they could not get up any steam until the last quarter. The Garden City touchdown came on an off-tackle run by Brad Eliot. GARDEN CITY 20--OCEANSIDE 0 The last game of the season came on a rainy Saturday afternoon in November. Garden City, anxious to regain its winning ways, took on a rugged Oceanside High eleven. Opening up the second quarter Brad Eliot scored from the twelve on a run. In the second half the Trojans scored two more touchdowns, one by Brad Eliot and a second by Buddy Young. Larry Bambace con- nected the extra points. Besides the backfield men who did a fine job, great credit must also be given to many of the linemen. Seniors Bruce Miller, All Scholastic Bob Trowbridge, Rudy Smutny, Roger Schauf, Joe Barfus, Bob Mansfield, Larry Bambace and Marsh Whitheld all did fine jobs. Some of the backs who were invaluable to the team were All Scholastic Bill Heineman, Buddy Young, Brad Eliot, Bob Stern, Stew Wright, Doug McLeod, Hugh Davis and Bernie Haebe. Things look bright for next year's team with nine lettermen returning. They include, D. Hass, R. Farquharson, M. Bill, C. Hanna, Woodruff, C. Bocklet, E. Crum and All Scholastic P, D'Esterre. I i SOCCER -i11- Witli only a weeks practice behind them the soccer team opened the season with a 3-1 verdict over Southside. At the conclusion of the game it became evident that the Trojans possessed a potent forward wall and a stubborn defense. This was further brought out by a 4-0 victory over Man- hasset closely followed by a 6-0 whitewash of Valley Stream. The defending champions, Sea Cliff, next fell before the Trojans' superior play, 2-l. This was a hard-fought battle all the way, and it showed that we would be a threat for the North Shore Championship. Next Great Neck was nosed out 1-0 on what might be called a "freak goal." This goal, however, placed us in tirst place, with Sea Cliff and Great Neck tied for second. We felt confident that the North Shore Championship had been won, After we had beaten Westbtiry 6-0, Glen Cove -1-0 and again Manhasset -1-0, it seemed that our combination of offense and defense was unbeatable. 105 Sea Cliff, however, thought differently and upset the Trojans 2-1 on a tally late in the fourth period. Because of this defeat, the team had to beat Great Neck in order to win the champion- ship. Unaffected by their loss to Sea Cliff, the Trojans broke through for a score in the third quarter and dominated play thereafter until the final whistle blew to make our 1-0 victory official. This victory practically insured the North Shore Championship because the remaining two games were against mediocre teams. just to avoid any upsets the boys kept their spirit intact and won victories of 3-0 and 5-0 over Westbury and Glen Cove to finish the regular season. The team, however, looked forward to their match with Sewanhaka for the County Champion- ship. The game was held at Glen Cove Stadium November 11 at 11 A.M. The first quarter was scoreless with the Trojans dominating play. Sewan- haka, however, scored the next period after a free kick from midfield. The next score came early in the fourth quarter when Sewanhaka again profited from a free kick. However, the Trojans domi- 106 nated play until finally George Whitlock broke through for a score with five minutes remaining. The magnificent Sewanhaka defense, however, thwarted all of our attacks, and the game ended with Sewanhaka the County Champs. Recognition is due to the whole team which showed an extremely strong offense and defense. Throughout the season the offense was led by George Whitlock and Art Gensler on the wings, while Doug Wilson, Bob Mulcare and jack Loew held up the center of the line. Bill Sweitzer and Bob Welter and Don Frary worked hard as half- backs while Bob Lofblad and Olaf Theide did well at their fullback berths. Fred Mayer did a commendable job in the goal. Bill Lipsey, Al Redvanley, Bob Oeschlin, Bob Nohe, Dick Cu- lucci, and Terry Hanna also saw considerable action. Special recognition must be given to Bill Sweitzer, Co-Captains Mulcare and Whitlock and captain-elect Jack Loew. These boys earned berths on the All-Scholastic teams. Olaf Thiede and Fred Mayer received All-Scholastic honorable mentions. tix Q. CROSS CCUNTRY Under the direction of Coach Bill Slocombe the inexperienced harriers, captained by Ron Tacchi, achieved a moderately successful season. The team's only victory was its defeat of Westbury in the first meet. In a series of triangle meets that followed, the harriers were able to beat Mineola, Hicksville and Lynbrook. They were repelled by Roslyn, Great Neck, Hicksville and Mineola. In the North Shore Championship G. C. placed third while in the Sectional Championship they placed seventeenth. The stars of the team were Ron Tacchi and Dick Goodlake who always did well. jack Fricker, Pete Erlandsen, and Eben Franz also placed consistently. Others on the team were Pete Wright, Bob Upton, Bill Saunders and jerry Stretch. 108 TENNIS Garden City's tennis team posted an impressive fifteen wins and two losses this fall, this record, however, was not quite good enough. Once again Great Neck won the championship in a tough struggle. It was evident from the beginning of the season that there would be a three-way fight for League honors. Great Neck, Manhasset and Garden City were the three strong teams, with Port Wasliingtoii, Wfestbury, Glen Cove, Farming- dale, Sea Cliff and Hicksville filling out the roster. Each team was played twice and the usual lineup had Captain Ink Clark at first singles and john Clark and jeff Sutton playing second and third singles respectively. Phil Lord, Don Danilek, Duke Wadswortli, Billy Lloyd and john Carter were the mainstays in the doubles. This combina- tion proved successful in all but two matches. After the team had won their first four matches, their chances looked excellent, especially when Manhasset was conquered. The teams chances were still fairly good even after they had dropped their first match of the season at Great Neck. By the last week of the season, Manhasset had pretty well dropped out of the fight but not before they had upset Great Neck. The last match of the sea- son pitted the two league leaders against each other, both with identical records of fifteen and one. The result was a narrow 3 to 2 victory for Great Neck, which gave them the championship. Nevertheless the team is extremely optimistic over its chances in the sectional which is held in june each year to determine the best teams on Long Island. N0 summation of a tennis season at Garden City could possibly be complete without recogni- tion given to Coach Corbridge. His personal inter- est and his ability to work with boys, plus his devotion and confidence in his team, have once again won him the respect and confidence of all. 109 BASKETBALL The 1952-53 basketball season proved quite successful for the Maroon and Gray quintet. Ledlby high scoring Fred Mayer and sharpshooting jeff Sutton and aided by the rebounding of Mike Bill, Ross Farquharson, and Art Gensler and the ball handling of Bruce Miller, Bob Mulcare, and Don Sher- man, the Trojans won all five of their pre-league encounters. First in line to fall before the Trojan attack was Oceanside followed by St. Paul, Roslyn, Freeport, and Westbury. Of these games, probably the most exciting was the Freeport contest. The teams were never more than a few points apart until the last quarter when Frank Crum and jeff Sutton broke the game wide open with eight and six points respectively. High scorer for the game with 17 points was Mike Bill, followed by Fred Mayer and jeff Sutton with 15 apiece. In league games the Trojans didn't do as well as in the pre-season games, but they Hnished with 4 victories and 6 defeats. This record was good enough for third place, a splendid showing considering the fact that four out of last year's starting five were lost through graduation. 110 The league opened with Garden City taking the measure of Glen Cove. Then came Mineola, and here the Trojans met defeat for the first time. Following Mineola came Port, the Trojans dropped this one to the league leader. Garden City then entertained Manhasset with high-scoring jim Brown. The Trojans held Brown at 19 points and took Manhasset with Bruce Miller, Don Sherman and Art Gensler along with Fred Mayer all playing a fine game. Following the Manhasset game, the Maroon and Gray were nosed out by Great Neck, Mineola and Port in a trio of close games. The Port game found us within 4 points of upsetting the league leaders. Fred Mayer, Bruce Miller, and jeff Sutton were high for the Trojans collecting 26 of Garden City's 43 points between them. The team finished up the season with victories over Manhasset, Great Neck, and a final loss to Glen Cove. The squad was hurt at mid-season when Bob Mulcare had to quit because of injuries, and later when Don Sherman was lost. Next season, the team will miss Bruce Miller, Bob Mulcare, Art Gensler, Fred Mayer, and Don Sherman but should have a fine season with boys like Mike Bill, Ross Farquharson, Jeff Sutton, jack Loew, jim Vance, Buzz Merritt and Frank Crum all returning. SCORES G.C. Opp. Oceanside ...,, ...,...,... H ome 55 34 St. Paul .....,,... ....,.... , ,Away 57 55 Roslyn ......... ....,...... H ome 51 41 Freeport ....,..... ......,..... A way 70 59 Westbury ....... , ,,,,.,..,, Away 79 33 Glen Cove .. ,...... Home 63 56 Mineola ...... ........... H ome 46 54 Port ,..,...,,,, .,...,,,,...., .,..,,,,. A w ay 60 43 Manhasset .,.......,.,......,, Home 65 50 Great Neck ...,.,,.,......... Away 48 55 Mineola ........,. .....,..... A way 54 55 Port ..............,..... .........., H ome 43 47 Manhasset ..................... Away 71 59 Great Neck ...... ,......... H ome 60 46 Glen Cove ,,,.,,.....,.,.,..... Away WRESTLING G. C.'s comparatively new wrestling team, under the able guidance of Erwin "the rock" Gerung, has risen steadily the past three years to its record of 6 wins, 2 losses this season. This is no easily gained success, considering our boys wore down the mat with such healthy tribes of neanderthals as Mepham, Malverne, and others. Some outstanding records were made by this year's grapplers. Doug Wilson came through the season undefeated. That means Mepham, too, Ma. Pete Anderson lost but 1 match Qthe Mepham boys are a little touchy about being beatenj, and Bob Stern won every match he wrestled. Bill Heineman, outclassed in experience and weight in many of his matches, nevertheless came through with a personal victory when he saved our match with Lynbrook by 1 point, pinning his man in the last period. Many of this year's team are graduating. Besides the boys mentioned above, the team will lose Terry Hanna, Eben Franz, Brad Eliot, and Co-captains Buster D'Esterre and Bob Stern. The team altogether ran up a couple of fine scores against Southside and Manhasset, 41 to 3 and 51 to 13, respectively. Lindenhurst, Long Beach, and Oceanside also fell prey to the strength of the G. C. matmen. Even in the matches where they appeared to get clubbed, our "grunt and groan" men fought all the individual matches to close decisions. Some of the boys who will be back next year are Charlie Hanna, Dick Colucci, Phil Egdorf, and john Mobyed. 112 BOWLING Although competition in the North Shore League has been get- ting stiffer year by year, the Garden City keglers manage to keep up well with the rest of the league. Their record 27 personal wins and 18 losses, although not good enough to give them the league title, en- abled them to wind up in fourth place ahead of six schools. Bowling fine games during the season were Al Redvanley, Wfayne Jennings, and Watson Morris who consistently rolled up 150 averages. Other keglers who were of great help to coach Cunningham were Ink Clark, Bob Welter, john Ruffle, Roy Mcllwaine, and Ray McLaugh- lin. Next year's team will lose several line seniors, but many of the bowl- ers will return, and possibly under the guidance of Mr. "bald eagle" Cunningham a championship team may develop. RIFLE Mr. MacNutt, with the aid of Mr. Genna and our capable man- ager Bob Gunther, took the remains of last year's varsity, added several newcomers, and turned out one of G. C.'s best rifle teams. This season the team hnished in the upper bracket of the Nassau County Inter- scholastic Rifle League. The team was built around such outstanding performers as Breck Dierolf, Charlie Zimmerlein, and Frank Fry who were supported by A1 Kahkonen, Briggs Spach, and jean Boudreau. Breck Dierolf was this year's top man with an average of 179.3 while Charlie Zimmerlein kept the tradition by shooting a 193 which tied the all-time record for the league as well as for the school. . ..li 'dun Ll! . ,I M .Wiggle- 1 fs 37217, f BASEBALL ,IA 49,1 Garden Garden Garden Garden Garden Garden Garden Garden Garden Garden Garden Garden Garden Garden City City City City City City City City City City City City City City Play-offs 3 Oceanside 2 0 Hicksville 6 vs. Westbury vs. Oceanside vs, Mineola vs. Port Washington vs, Manhasset vs. Great Neck vs. Glen Cove vs. Port Washington vs. Manhasset vs. Great Neck vs. Glen Cove vs. Mineola -H-FA '-',Q -ii, 'x.. xb N , . PM 9, 1 S Q' Z E sex tc , M- f, , 4 . X X ' A - -- --7 -M Left zo rigbl, fini row-Pratt, Davis, Bongard, Oechslin, Elliot, Mulcare, Young. Serond mu'- Anderson, Bambace, Sweitzer, Sutton, Bill, Heineman, Miller. Third mu'-Mr. Sanford, Bocklett, Mansfield, Decker, Geary. fig fl 1154, 114 l LACROSSE Garden Garden Garden Garden Garden Garden Garden Garden Garden City City City City City City City City City Poly Prep Freeport Peekskill Military Sewunlmkn Mineola M Lll1l'l1lSSL'l New York Miinlmsset Mineola M ilitnry 28.5 42 s X L 'GJ' Q F ji eell ,f Left io rigbl, jiri! raw-Clark, Anderson, Mergenthaler, Bartus, Haebe, Whitlrwck, Pulley, MacLeod, Wright. Sefond raw-Schmit, Conklin, Nohe, Stern, Cunningham, Dibblee, Martin, Stern. Third row-Heins, Drew, Squire, Whitheld, Dunall, Williams, Ashby, Fourth rou'-Mr. Sylvestri, Tobin, Farqunarson, Hass. 115 Sitting-Crawford, Reynolds, Mgrs. Firfz row-Polley, Fricker, P, D'Esterre, C. Hanna, Guarino fco-capt.J, McNamara fco-capt.J, Kohut, Hanley, Morris, B. Desterre. Serfnzd mu'-Dimmock, Jones, Tacchi, Woodruff, Vance, Loewf Wadsworth, Dunton, Stanley, Berglund, Third mu'- Mr. Horton, Thum, Stretch, Geygan, Goodlake, Mackin, jessen, Burke, Wright, McLaughlin, Ferraro. Fonrlb mu'-Mr. King, Mr. Slocombe, Field, Jennings, Launclers, Quesenberry, Reid. TRACK The 1955 track squad, with the exception of only one or two men lost by graduation, started the season with the same score that led the team to an above-average record in 1952. The sprints are dominated this year by Captain Al Guarino, jack Lowe, jim Vance, and Bob Upton who, though only a junior, ranks among the top sprint men on the Island. Bob Hanley, Bob Mackin, Dick Wadsworth, and Watson Morris look good in the 440, and Charlie Hanna and Dick Goodlake are doing nicely in the half-mile. Ron Tacchi looks very impressive in the mile, as do his hard-working teammates, jack Fricker and Tom jones. Hurdlers Bill MacNamara, Bob Dunton, Phil Kohut, and Dave Polley should rack up plenty of points this year, The team was hit severely in the Held events this spring by the loss of high-jumper Marsh Whitfield, who took second place in the North Shore Championships last year. Terry Hanna and Jerry Stretch are the high jumpers this year, and Wayne Jennings, Phil Kohut, and Jack Loew, who was the second highest scorer on the team in 1952, are our broad jumpers. The field event men are led by the pole-vaulting D'Esterre brothers, Paul and Buster. Phil Geygan, Dick Goodlake and jock Woodruff are the other vaulters. Steve jessen, Paul D'Esterre, John Dimmock, and Phil Egdorf heave the shot-put, while Buster D'Esterre, Steve Jessen, Milt Wofford, and john Dimmock scale the discus. 116 fi Garden Garden Garden Garden Garden Garden Garden Garden Garden Garden Pr , .4 W J City VS. Sea Cliff City vs. Hicksville City vs. Westbury City vs. Roslyn City vs. Farmingdale City vs. Manhasset City vs. Glen Cove City vs. Nassau County Tourney City vs. Section 8 Tourney City vs. State Tourney Left lu right, fir!! mu'-Clark, Welter, Noble, Smutney. Second ww-Lofblad Morgan, Lipsey, Metz. Third rou'A-Mr. Weiler, DeMaria, Parker. GOLF The 1953 golf team with a good sprinkling of returning lettermen looks like one of the teams to beat in the North Shore League this year. The team at present consists of Ink Clark, Don Parker, Rudy Smutney, Bob Welter and Hal Noble. Jay Metz, Bob Lofblad, Don Morgan and Bill Lipsey also show promise. So far this year the Trojan Golfers have won two matches, downing Sea Cliff 9 to 0 and South Huntington 8 to 1. It looks very much as though this team, under the able coaching of Mr. Weiler, will be one of the finest in recent years. 1l7 FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS LEADERS CLUB Kneeling, left 10 rigbl-G. Moran, J. Griffin, J, Tuttle. Stamiifzg-S. Wheeler, R. Lord, L. Mackey, S. Vail, D. Martin, P. Jorgensen, J. Bongard. 118 The 1952 hockey season found an unusually experienced team on the playing field, Coaches Toner and james were optimistic because the ma- jority of the first team were seniors who had played in competition during the past two years. The season opened Wednesday, October 15, on St. Marys held. Our girls, after a month of ardent practicing, took to the field with much en- thusiasm. ln past years a Garden City-St. Mary's clash has proved disastrous for us. However, this year St. Marys found themselves with some real competition, In fact, at the end of the nrst half they were a bit surprised to find the score stood: Garden City 2, St. Mary's O. Fatigue, overconli- dence, and a strong St, Mary's defense kept G. C. scoreless in the second half. Although the day did not result in a Trojan victory, St. Mary's was none too happy. For the first time they hadnt beaten us!!! The score? G. C. 2, St. Mary's 2. On Saturday, November 8, Westbury played host to the Long Island Hockey Association play- day. All told, twelve schools in Nassau County were represented. The purpose of this play-day was to mix the teams up so that they would have HOCKEY the experience of playing ivilb other teams in- stead of against them and learning their tech- niques. The forward line of one school would play with the defense of another school. Consequently, Garden City's forward line played with Valley Stream's defense and our defense played with their forward line. The games were run off in tournament fashion. When the results were tal- lied, to our surprise, Garden City's forward line took first place and the defense came in third, making us the top school, along with Valley Stream, out of twelve schools. Congratulations are certainly in order for the fine job the girls did and also to the coaches whose excellent advice clinched the victory. The rest of the seasons results were as follows: G. C. Opp. 2 St. Mary's 2 0 Great Neck 2 1 Manhasset O 1 St. Mary's 2 0 Great Neck 2 5 Sewanhaka 1 VOLLEY BALL BOWLING 120 Firrz row, left to right-L. Heaffner, M. Jorgensen, J. Ashton, B, Fox. Second 1'0IL'YA. Goetz, G. Wade, J. Finnegan, M. E. Forster, Third mu'-J. Maywood, E. Carlson. VARSITY CHEERLEADERS CHEERLEADERS Kneeling, lefl Z0 rigbl-A. Naef, B. Park, R. Lord, II. Hartman. Snzudifzg--j. Irwin, A. Sanford, S. Shepherd. N. Dcnnihon. 121 BASKETBALL M Lfllsh xx 55 Smjcjd Q f' f - BADMINTON 122 Ku 'H K WM 0 0 U20 OUR YEAR The Class of 1953 cheerfully began its last year in the hallowed halls on September 8, 1952. The building echoed with moans when students dis- covered they had lunch ,revenzb period-a fourth lunch hour made necessary by our increasing pop- ulation. Feeling sorry for their starving comrades, the members of Mr. Steinberg's sixth period class who had eaten earlier, presented the others with a box of Ritz crackers, which was immediately torn apart and its contents gobbled by the raven- ing hordes. Amid the howling confusion of the first few days, many new students, including Sibylle Emer- ler, our exchange senior from Lubeck, Germany, were seen trying to figure out the plan and num- bering system of the rooms in Gee Cee. Others lost their schedules and ended up in a math class when they should have been in English. The year started off with a bang! The G. O. drive was soon under way, spurred by Charlie Hanna. Although it looked doubtful there for a while, we finally topped our goal of 33000. The seniors ushered in the social season on October 4 with the Hrst dance of the year-the Farm Festival. Five days later, the senior bridge, ably managed by Barbara LaRock and Carol Fackler and committee, brought in a profit of well over 55900. The annual magazine drive be- gan the following week. The management of the S 2 drive was turned over to the G. O. which chose Judy Ross and David Bradley as co-chairmen. These events so swelled the treasury of the senior class that it was possible to forget all class dues for the year. On October 27, the students raced to their social studies classes to elect the nation's presi- dent. Through the school-wide elections, Dwight D. Eisenhower was chosen president of the United States by an 887W majority. The figures ran 986 for Ike, 123 for Adlai and 1 for Socialist candi- date Darlington Hoopes. The month of November came sailing in with the fabulous "H.M.S. Pinafore," steered by Mr. Frank Rehman. Concert Choir members, G. C. Gents and Celestones became dainty maidens and gallant sailors for the event, and with the show orchestra, successfully presented the famous oper- etta. Never-to-be-forgotten were the performances of Josephine QMuriel jorgensenj, daughter of the captain of the Pinafore flnslee Clarkj, the sailor Ralph Rackstraw QDoug MacLeodQ, Sir joseph Porter QDoug Wilsonj, Dick Deadeye fDave "Sam', Bradleyj and Little Buttercup fjoan May- woodj. Most everything went off well except for the suspicious smell of smoke backstage before the performance, Only one of the lights-Hxed in no time! On November 3, once again the lucky parents roamed the halls in unbounded confusion. By the time they arrived at the right room, the ten- minute class period had finished, and the tender- feet were again caught in the swirling crowd. Report cards flew wildly about the halls on the 12th, and it was rumored that for the next few days the hotel was crowded with students. The annual November man-hunt come to a close at the Sadie Hawkins dance. Here the girls reeled their catches in a square dance or hauled them off to more mellow music. The affair was accompanied by the usual cider and doughnuts. Students caught a glimpse of the coming Mas- quers production in assembly when Pete Anderson was carried down the aisle in a bed by poker- faced crew members. At a crucial point the bed fell apart Cas plannedj but Pete somehow man- aged to land underneath the headboard Cspon- taneous and unrehearsedj. Nevertheless, he strug- gled to his feet to encourage everyone to come to OUR YEAR "George Washington Slept Heref, Despite over- whelming odds, such. as props in the wrong place, broken chairs on stage, and the curtains pulling down the scenery, actors James, Spies, Deane, Bradley, Vacheron and others managed extremely well. The senior party at the Casino, on November 21, was a memorable event. After dinner, the seniors played several scintillating games, one of which was trying to recognize their friends in baby pictures. The orchestra kept the dancing at a wild pace, and while the orchestra rested, the entertain- ment was taken over by Muriel Jorgensen and Buddy Young. Doug Wilson danced and then gave lessons in this fine art to Messieurs Gensler and Oeschlin. The evening will doubtless be re- membered as one of the best at Gee Cee. In assembly, foreign traveler Lorraine Haeffner and member of Defense Advisory Committee Cyn- thia Kendall told the senior high of their wild summers. The Class of '53 expects to see them hit the top. QThink of it-Madame Ambassadress and Madame President.j The junior dance on the 26th marked the be- ginning of the long Thanksgiving weekend, a welcome holiday except for the thought of those December College Boards coming up shortly. In activity period on December 19, home- rooms were flooded with sweet music-Christmas carols in Spanish, German, French, Latin and even English. The idea was a new one and everyone had a lot of fun except for those who hate for is it love?j good music. The language groups also sang around the Christmas tree in the main hall. The Christmas concert was presented that eve- ning including the orchestra, Junior and Senior Girls' Glee Clubs, junior and Senior Boys' Glee Clubs, Gee Cee Gents, Celestones, Concert Choir, a new freshman trio and those talented Cactus Belles. The annual Christmas Ball, a veritable Winter Wonderland, followed on Saturday night. Ollie "Claus" returned to crown Valerie Montanez "Snow Queen." As anyone could tell you, it was truly a glorious night. The mad dash to the doors at noon on Decent- ber 23 marked the beginning of the long-awaited Christmas vacation. On the first day back after the holiday, several seniors were accompanied by Greek and Dutch students who were here for the Christmas vacation. As it was the first time these visitors had been in a co-ed school since 6th grade, they were quite fascinated. However, the greatest impression was that of long male legs spread all over the aisles. "Don't the boys ever sit up?" The famed G. C. Ski Club broke all records on their january escapades. No broken bones-no disastrous accidents. What next? N- ' rf 6052 'Q l ff 5 2155-.3 Hardly had the noble Gee Cee-ers finished thinking about their holiday experiences than mid- years were upon them. Feverish studying ensued, and then on the 28th, the horrible news was out. And buried beneath report cards, the harried seniors of Mr. Steinberg's classes started the source-theme season with groans and wails. With this happy project February came plod- ding along punctuated with two very welcome holidays. At the same time word began to sift through the halls about a P. T. A. production written by three members of the creative writing class. A buzz of activity was heard in room 35, and the green room, and operations got under way. The orchestra concert on the 19th was the best in years and the fiddlers, tooters and sounders made a great showing. 12 March roared in like the proverbial lion, and everyone was sure that a record breaking blizzard was on the way. Unfortunately, however, it fizzled out before it caused a tie-up, and school remained open each school day. The annual Honor Society induction ceremony was held on the afternoon of the 11th. Altogether, thirty-two lucky juniors and seniors were inducted. College Boards came to worry the Seniors on the 14th, and in general a very peaceful, studious Friday night was passed by all. On the 19th of March, the news broke with a rousing "On Dear Old Whitman"-the long re- hearsed production "Whitman Weekend" cut loose. The brave blue and gold mixed with con- fetti, wild music, and clever writing brought cheers and applause in floods from gleeful audi- ences. Muriel fjoyce MacKenziej Jorgensen, Doug QDon Pricej Wilson, Anne fEve Whitmanj Wingle and Dave fMark Hastingsj Bradley, jack MacLeod, Ernie Young and all the others gave a great performance. On the 26th, Winter Award Night, fell the end of the third quarter. Many students were just about to give up school as a lost cause, when Easter vacation came to change the subject and pull up spirits. After the holiday, the senior dance on April 17 was held, presumably under water, in Davy jones Locker. Naturally, it was a huge success. On the 24th the band concert made the walls resound with cheery melodies. The highlight of the concert was the presentation of the john Coulbourn and Director's awards. As the Mast went to press, the school was look- ing forward to dances, a choral concert, the spring Masquers production, the annual Senior Father Daughter Party, the B. A. A. and G. A. A. Ban- quets, the senior picnic, and finally, of course, graduation. I mu'-F. Dragon, F. Amcnia. Sefofm' mu'-B. 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