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

 - Class of 1957

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CAROL LAZIO WV.-XRREN NIILLER DICK RASOR Sporzs Editors.. ...... NI.-XRGARET MCGROARTY NICK NICKLIS Pholographer .... ....... T IMOTHY DUGAN Lilerary Editors.. ........ JOANNE SMITH CLADYS CRAVEN Facully Advisor ......... JDHN YVARRINER R eric-.. ..,.fx. .- -Y D R, .fk,,- ,. , Lfxl' 44.9 r6vT -A Y,,.,L,. 'I 9 D' 1.5 WILLIS SLOCOMBE DEDICATIIIN Realizing H.-X sponsoris lot is not a happy onef, we, the Class of 1957 7 dedicate our yearbook to our faculty adviser. Besides serving as a mathe- matics teacher and coach, he has given many hours during the past three years to help us to carry out successfully our class activities and responsi- bilities. It is with appreciation and thanks that we dedicate this MAST to MR. WILLIS SLocoMBE. 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I3 C mfs ........... . 21 XIEIPIQIINFI NIICN ......... . . 61 ' ' Mu 's ............. 75 Su .P III'N'r1f:1cs ........ . . . T1 IC Q '11 S :QM A...... . . . . ' Cat and Canary leap fiog lor fall play. The school was complete this year when it opened its doors on September 10th, but the seniors were somewhat homesick for the good ol' days of twelve months before when classes started with a siren blast and Xis marked the spots where the blackboards were to go. The New Student Tea was held on the third day of school to acquaint confused sophs and other new students with the intricacies of our beloved alma mater. A group of frightened sophs were rescued from the maze behind the audito- rium by search parties which were organized by Mrs. Mac. The rescued group suggested that the senior class sponsor a sight-seeing club in the high school with guided tours leaving every twenty minutes from the activity oflice. While the members of Gee Ceeis illustrious football team were home resting 1? D, their loyal fans were busy "making whoopiev in the Junior High auditorium at this year's Kick-Off Party. They must have made the right kind of noise because the team went undefeated. The Senior Bridge of October llth was said to be the best ever. The class netted 31.490, Prizes were donated by the parents of various seniors. and there were some "really big ones." The favorite prize was two coveted tickets to that "impossible-to-get-tickets-for" show, My Fair Lady. Senior girls who served refreshments were said to have gained a total of thirty-seven pounds dining on cupcakes in the kitchen. -gg TRIBAL LEGEND The social season got off to a swinging start this fall with the Warpath Dance which was sponsored by the Senior Class. By the way, has anybody seen Slo-ki-0-kum? This year's talent assembly on October 24th was another smashing success. The cast of thou- sands was headed by one Elvis Presley ldis- guised as Gary Savage, the Senior Class presi- dentl. At the American Field Service 4AFSb assembly. six different countries were represented. Four Gee Cee seniors spoke about their adven- tures during the past summer in Italy, Austria, Greece. and Germany. Featured speakers were Beatrix Liver, our Swiss Miss. and Michelle Gilormini, our French envoy. When a scheduled assembly didn't pan out, an impromptu assembly starring the Boy's State and Girls, State repre- sentative was given. It was George all the wayl He stole the show with his impromptu speech. wuwu New students find out what makes us tickfor why our springs are loose . . . Cheerleaders lead most enthusi- astic crowd at Talent Show. Elvis contorts. After the Manhasset game, the victorious foot- ball team attended a tea with their parents at the high school. What a switch! - football play- ers demurely sipping tea. Whaddaya mean "Who painted Class of '57 on the watertower?" The Sadie Hawkins Dance was quite a success this year. It was rumored that the large turnout was largely due to the fact that Gee Cee's unfair sex was too tuckered out to run. The reason? They had just finished celebrating the last vic- tory of an undefeated football season. The Masquers' fall play, the Cat and the Canary, was a real spine tingler. Whodunit? A certain senior boy. The juniors were really hep this year with the Junior Mad Dance. The decorations were based on the titles of popular songs. Do you remem- Oh, ya got me . . . Savage ber their version of "Throw Mama From the Train"? Later, the Sophomore Class not to be outdone, sponsored their own dance the Snow Flake Ball. Fall Award Night, sponsored by the Mens Association, with gold footballs ill everything, concluded the fall sports season. December was trip month. The star of the "Loud Red Patrick" probably never had a more receptive audience than the one at the matinee on December 5th, when it was Carden City Day in the balcony of the theatre. The Madame must have had a bigger headache than usual this year, since l25 senior ladies and gentlemen made the trip-by far the largest group yet. The following week of December llth was CCHS week at the LUN. This year's trip via the bumpy buses was successful as usual. Almost all who went got into the General Assembly and were able to hear his- tory made in five languages lthanks to the edu- cated earphonesl. A high point came when one of the groups witnessed the admission of Japan as the 80th member of the U.N. The more inter- nationally minded students even spent their lunch hour in neighboring foreign restaurants. During this week, some of the English students saw Hamlet performed by the Shakespearwrights in a quaint little Hsubterraneanw theatre in New York. Christmas festivities began with the 2nd an- nual tree-lighting ceremony on December 13th. -'S Well, we beat Manhasset Heli, heh, lich, heh . . . again . . . if 1 Followers of the Bard trek to City lor Hamlet. Besides the community carol singing, the various language groups rendered their own original in- terpretations of native carols. The evening was topped off with hot chocolate which was topped off with a marshmallow. The Senior Class was really on the ball this year when they beat the assembly committee to the punch by scheduling the Colgate 13 for an evening performance on December IT. The collegians, led by Gee Cee alum Doug Wilson, put on a really big show which boosted the class treasury. The Winter Yvonderland Ball, sponsored by the Student Coun- cil. climaxed the school Christmas festivities. Following the crowning, Snow Queen Mimi Nolte and President Bill Fitch led the colorful court in dancing to "Two Different Worlds.,, Ice skating at Hubbellis Pond was more popu- lar than ever this year under the supervision of the Recreation Commission. During the winter months Gee Ceeites could be seen gliding along on their skates, their shoes, or their bottoms. First and second strings strung out tor football awards. Several were even so graceful as to fall in. The long awaited Ski Club was finally organized this year in Garden City. After midterms, they de- cided that their overworked members needed a vacation, so they packed up and took to the hills. We understand that it wasn't a very relaxing vacation. Most of the kids came back "all shook up", and when asked to comment, all they could say was "too muchi' of everything but snow. There was much excitement in the auditorium during the week after mid-terms. Activity pic- tures were taken and the MAST staff was up to its ears in "Don't movew and "Schmi-el". After the Carden City victory las usual! of February 15th, there was an informal basketball dance in the cafeteria. The dance was sponsored by the Student Council, and the student body tclad in bermudasj rocked to records. Six talented "Yalies" talias Elias Chosen Six! swung down from New Haven to play 'gHappy Birthday to George" on the night of February 22nd, The concert was of the foot-tapping vari- ety. Their last number, "When the Saints Go Marching Inf brought down the house. "Lights, Camera, Action!" was the cry in the library during February. Besides receiving a mid- winter tan under the bright lights, many CCHS students became movie stars at 551.00 per shot. Meanwhile, back at the bookshelves, senior 'Lsourcethemersn blamed their inefficiency on the pandemonium created by the little men with cam- erasfToo much, eh? ls there no end to the talent of our HSwiss Missv? Besides being an actress, a ballet dancer, and a pianist, Bea showed her expert artistic ability when she won the INK SPOTS cover con- test despite stiff competition by other CCHS artists. A highlight of the senior speech course lexcept for several potential radio announcers who bit the dust with their closing giggles! is the oppor- tunity to read the daily bulletin over the P.A. g .JW Snow Queen melts vool pri-wie at liall. Mr. Kollar grinning as he works. While the readers hattle with their lisps. the rest of the school attempts to identify' them by their characteristic twangs and accents. At the Madame's suggestion, three senior boys gave an assembly on the principles of the fine art of spear fishing. Thanks to the sense of humor of a certain senior twin, the technicalities of the sport proved interesting and entertaining. Everyone enjoyed watching the surprised ex- pressions on the faces of the new inductees at this yearls Honor Society Assembly on March 13th. They say this was the first induction cere- mony in Gee Ceeis history that went off without a hitch. Hats off-another record set by the Class of 57. The fabulous Class of ,57 helped set another new record this year. one which concerned the P.T.AX. Show. ltis the first y'ear in history' that the Madame didn't threaten to quit. The out- come? One of the best presentations on record. The show. the "Pirates of Penzancef' offered Gee Cee's collegiate boys a chance to grow sidehurns and paint tattoos on their chests. Have you seen the line-up outside the home ec room? Theyire Mr. Kingis hungry' second-period athletes awaiting Miss Yirtue's second-period "cookies" tchocolate chip. of course.l The Senior Dinner Dance was held this year at the "White Monkey' Clubi' lin the cafeteria! on March 29. Highlights of the evening were the entertainment put on by' the parents and the announcement of the winners of the Faculty- Photo Contest. Guest of honor at the dance yy as Indian Mascot 32 of the fahulous Class of '51 The seniors did it againfthey' established an- other tirst with a Hdo it yourself" mascot. Alert hiology students had the opportunity to view "survival of the quickesti' on one spring day' yy hen a pair of mallard ducks invaded the court- yard pond. It was reported that several goldfish were found missing after the ducks moved on to fresher water. The highpoint of the AFS Dance was the an- nouncement of the four summer exchange schol- arship winners. A note of thanks to the 'gSaints" who donated the music for the evening. As we hurry' off to the printer. most seniors have contracted noticeable cases of "senioritis.i' and are anxiously' awaiting Easter vacation to he followed by' Career Night. the Student Coun- t-il elections. the Father-Daughter Party, the Masquers' play. the G.A.A. and BAA. Banquets. and finally' Senior Week. the Prom. and Gradu- ation. Son of Slokikum rides again. Don't shoot 'til you see the tight in their eyes. s JOHN BAII LY lresulenl LASS 017 I9 C -XRUL BROVC X Soma! 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S. . . . 14 ' ss Z ' - A " , ' . . -. ss':t I I 3 -, , ll: I HN N of f JAMES BERLIND One of Brvranos boys never ln a hurry takes thmgs ln hrs strlde photography fanatic has a g,ad et for every cla former Audro Nlsual man As embly Com nnttee ee A ROBLRT BILL All Nletropolltan guard tall brawny and baby faced varslty baseball plenty of school splrlt popular wltb both sexes Jovlal r Innocence Bobby bs I BIBI LR N INBCIOUN darlln txcated look eye catcher on the chorus l1ne tooh la la? X ar 1ty Cheer leader president of the ludlclary Commrttee vxce pre ldent of Leader Club L- N A repre entatnve sweet raceful llkes older boss wonderful dancer JOHN Bl! KFORD New addltlot to C L ln ophomore wear er petual lau h Loo calm and collected ta es llfe ln tn e never a bad word for any body C C Cents Health and Safety Commrt ee Chefs Club Senor Brck HENRY BOEHNI One of Happy s Hacker easy goin quiet en e of humor competent co captaln of the bowlm team Chess Club C C Cent true friend Hank BARBARA BOH VN Loyal tn ASN I non for cats qunet mure smrle slow as molasses 1n January a lstant editor of CHAIN TECLER Qtudent Councll dele ate co le e men' colle e weekend Barb SQ? DONALD BEYER Bolsterous personalxty wolf at heart never masses a party crazy about cars Florida hitch hrker par excellence C C Gents Pro country and track letter man Don JOHN BIQCHOFF 'lall and lanky en e of humor en meer enthuslaet known for flashy blue Lmcoln conver tlb e or anlzer of the ,Iumor Nlotor Qport Club ecretary of R8dl0 Club var ltx track BlQCll 'E - ielifivgz " 5' 1 L' 2 QYEZSQQ - , . . , " - t . . . f I p,yL ,I . . . , Y 1' ss . . . , 41: S , - X . . sf ' .. . 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FRANCES BONDURANT Goes out of her way to be frxendly enjoys sung m loves campmg a m1ll1on thlngs to do peclally careful of others feelmgs good example presldent of Celeston French Club on cert Cholr Leaders Club French Servxce Councll Franme AGATHA BORELLI Her heart ls ln Albany known for Fords gen erous tolerates school Glrls Chorus un cere My Buddy Take a ptcture 1tll lat longer Aggle PETER BOLLO Lxves for those weekends and summers at Pomt Lookout G C Gent Maureen worn out draft card Mmwrm wg' DOROTHY BR XDLEY l s a w tem for ev y t ID ympathetlc and under tandm mam tay of alto ectlon net er knows why her marks are o good National Honor SOCICIY NK SPOT? secretary le tones Concert Cholr loyal member of Nla dame s 'Nlob Dor ey 'NIARIA BONAIUTO Devlhsh ony prob lem too many dates an and rock n roller Teddy and the Army sllghtly fickle Remember Hempstea Ctrl: Chorus Nlarle Ni ARG ARET BOOTH Con tantly ltstemng, to oth ers problems s true frlend exploslve worker skung ln Yer mont Leaders Work shop secretary f Spamsh Club Girls Chorus future teacher NI THONIAS lxE XTING Bona Mage lhree letter man chlef ""'-3' f Harrlers woman hater C C Gents Leaders Club and Clam fan llkes and 15 llked by eweryone freckle galore Keat or Toad FRLDRH K BRI! l ER Xllhcholastu occer and dedlcated captatn con tantly campaxgnm Student Counml Delegate alwav ha a come Jack ha hls GCTIOUQ st e math whxz Honor Qorlety chalr man f Student Faculty Relattonshlp Board popular wlth ex eryone Frec ,,..--7 , . . . - . V- - , I . . . . . . It . . s L . dy: . . . H. . H . . . 1--ff'vI3liK2?fi5Q7g13512151-,,:':.5, W,f."j 'I t ' - f"f'5 ' l l." ll 3151 ' - A - A tes' R 1' t I . Y S I . Y . . . . - . . . J v . . . . .hy . . . . . . ' ' ' gt humor . . conscientious a little g1rl's VOICE . . . es- if ' N . y . . 4 A R . . . - y - .' ' ' , . . . 0 . . . es . ' . - - ' ' ' - f . . . aggief' .' I - hh ' 75 A . , , I Av X i w H V n Q . . . Z.: 4. .1. . .A H Ugg- V H ' ' ' S B3 . ' 1' ' . . . un ss - 11 ' 5 ' H ll I . -.T , .' ' w s la: sys er '- ' " . . . - h' g . . . s' ' Q ' ' g . . . . 5 , S s ' ' . . . . . . ' 'S S - "'-'Q ' ' . ,' l ' . . , S " 4 ' , . ., . . . Ce- o . - ' x I Q U A . . . " sl 'fl " l." l l I df lk . tit! , FR ANCIS HEI EN BROOKS Halls from lNorth Carolina can be seen working at Martin s real crazy drawl gets alon well w1th opposite sex a proud owner of ue Ford Leaders ul crewcut Terry BUCKLEY One of the Buckley tribe must have kissed the Blarney stone steady stream of chatter viva clous Jazz enthusiast special interest Brooklyn Girls Chorus Pen Pal Committee French Club CRAINF BURKE Wheels a blue Olds rocket good man with the books house party man good word for all lead foot infectious ense of humor friend ly mile Trl ger GEORGE BUTT Takes reat pride in 02 l'ord one lrl man always in a hurry lover of the outdoors hunting fanatu friend member of the Vavy Reserve Activity Com mittee Bo any N Hr KL W DONALD CXRIATI Selnation on the tance floor . . . known for his Brooklyn accent . . . one of Happys Hackers . . . always .milin . . . - pendable and a true friend . . . G. C. Cents . . . intra- mural basketball . . . . .' CARLSON uiet . . . favorite pastime is going to the beach . . . ice hockey enthusiast . . . aloof to the opposite sex . . .a likable guy . . . varsity track . . . Don. BEVERLY BUSH Easy on the eyes thusiastically cheers Gee Lees teams to victory one Guy l Girls Chorus Nlasquers Student Council dele ate Social Committee Coldllocks ex SUSAN CALDER lndl pen able on the sports scene loves camp life dependable worker amiable sincere friend longterm member of the illustrious crew out going personality dancing blue eyes c r culation manager of ECHO Student Orientation Committee ue WW f ll 27 SANDRA L KRROLI lilondette fu of e den awax ln a ut er rarelx senous peppx nexer on time tenm thamp unpredlctable readx Illl e Fll NT X INR NPOTN Sandx llt X9 CRXNI-'N e at swer o ex erstlun ac ore ue Cream much o a tlrte Ol eterwbodw our own Nlaureen Connollx star on exerx athletlt fteld Ieorve all the wax' 'Natlonal Honor 5041813 IH her Jumor xear X jDfCNlClCHl N145 l' staff Qtudent Founcll dele a e l eaders Flub fele tone Happs JOHN LXRTFR Nhmtn, blond halr and m noeent blue eves vta gtgg. tn,-1 hate homework wood dancer forexer talltlng wa I Brto Nfl me to at a snule for ex eryone port addltt Red Fr NIVIAN x txgy CRI' AL CRhlL.HION hhutter bug :outa mrs 0011661 Wardrobe plus mum headed fm bling. IJCI'N0HdllIX nexer Wtlllam and 'Klart and a mtmut d mmmem HUT ln" C-Wee SWUYU one of the Xnplalre UNH hdlef GHACUIUU unpredtctable almaxs f T 1-Teen Fnfde lf? on the phone Conurt Nlarmes hate landed a Chun hitter 1,m,,, pla1e lll her teart .parklmg me Interested III art 5 or ,N flldlll yltklt' fare Nan ky 1' PATRICIA LAROL LXNANAGH LORROON Xdorable bundle 1 f Lllfalllll'-' humor Gem laughter alwaws readt tlllatlng. personalltx with an answer keep 1 a s questton ox te 1'l'1 rvom ane a wax mth the n lnes for weekends true and sympathetlc Joss llfe Publnmtw om frlend lxfe of the partx mxttee l'Xlx NPOIN Ntudent Lounctl dele a ,.a e Noual Committee bathlng. suits galore unique xocabularx foo ewes lx XRI X tRONS Neat au1l une Drama Student one man Ulrl fun to hate around let xt on e oo 11111 latm molar md m r un ater flontert f hour -X X delega Felestones ll . 1 t - ' ll th ."'-' A- . ' 1 "', "l...l-gs' fl- ' '.'...al- '-'f L- I A 'PV 'lA S 'A s -lsr .5A b ... j . .Z ' '...,. 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M V I f 'Ml 44' JUDITH tv Wil' '5- IOHN CROWIPY CUNNINFIIXNI Indntdualt t dancm blue exe parklxn personalltv dependable cheerful und llll agmatlon let for fun and knows how to make ll new-r datele s FCHO reporter Girls Choru fareer bln ht Committee ury ,IANIES Dl' WH KM Nlath and Clence whlz known for starthn remarks both tn and out of class the author of Taylorl m keen sense of humor mtra mural ba ketball ace C C Cents Out tandln athlete nd to t Qemor C la Fxetutne Board f ee fee f ent conQc1ent1ous tn all ht endeaxor a wax with the women friendly hello for all Lonta lou en e of tumor JOAN DIBBLFE Fondness for foolishness mterest m Huntm ton alway has a come hack future teacher full of trucks mxschlewous eyes peppy alway talktn Lead ers Workshop ec tton and Soctal Commxt ee Dribble LXROL DALY Wealth of ood nature and wmpathy gullible where would pajama par Iles ber' cheerful Cxrls Chorus quenchable sense of hu mor true frxend ml LllICV0llb tdea cryp tlc humor far orare WILLI-VXI Dll LNIEIER Well ltked by all war stty lacrosse proud owner of 56 Ford member of the auxxltary fire department fllled with humor NIARJORIE DAL7hLI A ways dom tlnn s r others ertous student lowes I trl Scouting always prepared sot poken high Ideals relxable publlcauons manager f CH XVTE CLER pro ram chalr man of French Club uce pre'-rdent of Celestones Concert f hotr Nlargle 'Xl ARCARI' T DINILEN Lustrous crownmg Hlory twmkltng eyes that match her smile er sonallty plus under '-tandable weakness for col lege weekends active blushes easlly passlon for cashmeres Oh' that lau h' sec rf-tary of the emor :las SC B secretary Electlon COIIIIIIIUCC secre tary Natxonal Honor SOCIQIY Margo G 1 t X - Ig, J , V V . I wwf , . . - Q., . EV x - , V F' x . , , 3' il '. . , n vlfflll .' . ,' I .. ' . 1912 , 'r f 1 E lm s' I ti t V 4. 'al Q 'X -V . - A t .-5 .' fu- - h A I 1 ' X X g. f X H , ' W ,ft ,vu 6 L - M , ,,, Q is V X as ltd . l - A ' . I t 1 1 , . . ' , 'gr S 'g 2 ' ,ljs 'g 'gfu Q s . . . s ' g tall a agile l tpstt-r rj ' . . . . . . ' . . . 5- ' ' I ...I I Qs '. H f- Y' ' .A ' : g...un- s ' : ' ' 's ' s . . . I' s - - ' . . . ' ' C . . . ' s. . . . ' . . . a . . . ' . . . o .A t - s...f Llg ' fsss l . ' 'i 'n' , - nl i uv ' . , .' ' , A . . . , '. 5 ' ' -V . . . M -,V . N A Ab ' Yi C 5. 1 6 N s . . A 5 . ' ' ' 5 - . u . 41 Y 1 Q Q . . . ' 3 . . . ' ,' . - - lm' , ,si . g,....M-. .. . ., -f - - - - 1' s - ss s s . . . 5 " g . . . - " W . . . I I . . U ' I" l -' . nt ,- 'S ROBLRT DRFHLR Qtudiou and hard uorkinv enjoys tho e Social Studies debates n mense vocabulary aloof to the opposite sex Treas of German Club Qteertng Commit ee Election Committee Foreign Policy Club dependable Bo 1 11.1- JOYI lg DITTNIFR Wonderful pianist mainstay of the Qtudent Qtore one man girl trustworthy cheer u Fooev tional Honor Society leaders Club buddln tomposer l' uture Teachers of Nmerica tv Q NIARGARET DUNTON Das dreamer the salt me kid ou ht after perpetual dieter carefree Comon a 'Nlv Hou e excels homemakin Why Worry Concert Choir ir s 1 torus THOMAS EDWARDS Never without a new car . . . we dreaxgel . . . can always be found talking . . . has interests in junior cass . . . oves a ,oo time . . . Red Cross . . . Delegate- to Student Coun- ' .... -X ctivity Committee . . . Spanirh Club . . , Tom.. JOYCE DORINL, Tall slim blonde ca tonal figgly mood a reeable dispo ition smile for everyone sweet as can le wen erally quiet foncert Choir l uture Teachers of America summer Nlatne Joi cle l ADLLL DUR AND Lovely to look at deli li ful to know da b of sophistication mature affectionate pressive blue green ex es femininity plus sweet heart of A T O Easters in Fort Lauderdale Qocial Committee Lead ers lub Cirs 1 ee Club Deedc . . . Peggy. ON ECDORF Sarcastic wit . . . quiet at times . . . plays a mean beat on some cool crazy drums . , . veteran wrestler . . . varsity football . . . member of Perkins Union . . . Publicity Committee . . . Budget Committee . . . well liked by all . . . "Dworf." TINIOTHY DUI AN Head in the cloud e Joys a good parts keen sense of humor 'Nl XVI sbutterbug tu hnital director for the Nladame motion pitture oper ator x 33 Bu the Nvveeper 7-7-7 tb INI LINUX JOHN Elxl OF PKI OF I rem perln I11qua IJCflCINIdIlIC and 111leII1,,e11l 1 1 1 C1 II 11 XI 1 even 1111nu1e 11n llfd 11111 en 111 511111 Cele t1111e Concert 4' I1 ld!l11I1 Nd Il dt NXNCI I-IIOI e purple k11I We I P111111 11eel1e111 ' 11n1 er ld111I 1 11r pr11 1 e111 e .1 11 1 le e 1 Il re111e111I1er di 111 lNIxNI'OIx f11111'er1 LIIIIII' 1 r l uar1I ILC IIO I X N e ,It I1 1 1l 1111 e 11re 1111 e ,411 11re t1ere when .1 1I1 1IIIl 111 I CX EFX 1 11 Wurlxffl' 1111 ere I-FICIIII l11n1ert I 1111r iele 111ne INK SPOTN . 'K' ILDIY ARD FINI KE 111e1 dIllI fr1e111Il1 en e f Illlll r ,, 111 1111 tll depend .able and hard w11rI11n n1en1l111r 11f Perlun Un111n L e N on cert C h1 1r 11 ke e 111111 C holr one an1I 111111 away l1.11I1 1 e 11 frlendlx IIIIIC dll Iund I111.1t111 pllotb 1 t 1.1111 I'11t11re I'1acher 1f NIIIBIICG 1111 er 11 .ir f1111t1 1 11111 1 Id Cdre1r 111i r 1111111111 IC .1 111 Il 11 1 11111Iefe.1te1 elexen 1 111111 'Q IIICI IIIC Il 11111 I1 Ill II11 Q- nee 1111 11e1er w1!h1111I 11 1 e e 1k .av ROBERT FINLEY Perennml 1re11 111! ace I11n 111er 111111 IH, enth11 I3 t re patrol and aux1I1ary xamp appremate- a good Juke B01 B IIiIHI1X IN Ifl NND Dark en let 111 e t11k1111w 11ll1I1e 1 11f un IICIIIQ Xvtlutw 1111111111 ee B111 e I uh Ch11r11 11 e 11f I bmder helper l THOMAS FLATLEY Xarslty golf and soccer qulck sense of humor huntlng enthus1ast nexer m1sses a party sports mmded ECHO reporter enjoys a good t1me Nome 11285 JUDITH FRITTS lNeat as a p1n prlde f pajama partles smart clothes semor class Executwe Board use presldent of Red Cross fickle never loses an argument sports enthuslast C A A Delegate Electlon and SOCIHI Commntees current events expert one of Sklds g1rl common sense Frlttsy 32 W 1LL1 ui ROBERT FITCH Tall ramrod posture Student Counc1l Pres1dent 1ntell1gent and Hl'l1lJl IIUUS sophlshcated vocahulars w1th matchmg sense of humor sport a red Ford comertnble never 1dle popular Wlth all 1 l FITZHUGH Ace extra pomt luclter and defensne lmeman or Warren H Wonders huntlng enthu 1ast loyal Democrat throws hotput for track team Yankee fan dehater supreme IIZ ..4... I AROL FRENIOINT Pa Nlfbll for the color blue lmlu-hes easl 1 usuallx '-een lggllng Hflllllal loxer letter wr1ter enjoxs all sports mterested 1n merchan QIINUIQ. and retallmg Clflg Chorus Color buard Student Coun Cll d legate Cents FRID XY Bubbllng personalm known for her ha1rdo -een exerwwhere ox le her man unpre 4 lt table talks 1n c1rr'le wonderful sense of humor Hn1111111Nl hlccups ex en one frlend a m1ll1on lllIlL'- to to Isis ECHO reporter JANIES FLYNT Wuard on car repa1r ClfCUQl0Il1lZCd 51 Ford a future 1n engmeer 1n calm cool and collected at all t1mes war-1ty soccer Concert Chonr 1m Lele tone pul1l1c1tx secretary of Nlasquers Not 1al Com1111ttee 1 fw- NIARILYN FRITI Problems problems prom ems smcere posseqses the envlable ab1l 1ty to laugh at herself l1terary mterests 1 es older men Ushers f lub INK SPOTS Student 0Yl8nl3ll0n Con1 m1ttee Stagecraft ECHO Red Cross 1 , , ' . . . "B'll." fy' Ht t ' C lll' BLANCHE C ,,"- I ,Q 1 5 . . . 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K fi -4' ' , ' ' ,O L,,, l'.k.,i DOROTHY R N ma l Fry weet at damty e s around preferably hor e or ar errous worker pct peeve um thewer cympa thettc listener enjoy or mu 11 ure pre 1 dent of llontr fomtm ee r 4 ll ru Duffle MARJORIE GhlbEN Nllschlevous treak famous for her startlm re marks short and cute laughter IS comuulsorv never endm llne of I LORIA KENNETH QASTON IKRNPY Trnm al pleasant per CraLv over car never sonallty always bu v without a comeback lots of fun looks Food Falr man nes forward to weekends. for hrs weekend mer qutte Foxy of late petual ood humor Clrl C-lee Club works Wool at Lane chatter loves rock Y roll and dancln e 1 xx or f DFR SCHLL SPIECEL Qtagecraft Club Clrls Chorus Margie NIICHI-ILE GILORNIHNI French diplomat ruddy ow exquisite taste always wrttlng letter multl llnguxst un chlgnon ou non mclomttable Opllmlblll cute wholesome theater lover Student Counctl delegate French Club Spam h Cub GAY CODWIN Ntrtlun brunette faithful to her man Qmcere and loyal frlencl beautiful hands attractnely Lord and Tay lored eharmmg mature Clrls Chorus Qoctal Commlttee y . syfifft Q:-QM ' K Q55 V j - f-my -1 ,t t ' ' . . 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NINIXNJ ffl S0 Oh thosf pha ne lull ' tapxd fire talk pral e Pre ley and rock n roll To the moon Gnrls Chorus Concert Choir Mtlvltw Com mtttee 'Nla quer Bubbles DOLORES CEORCES Prnt slzed product f Queens Vlllage cheer ful smlle surprlsm NOICC loves dancin Clrls Chorus Sta ecraft Club Itzy Bltzy f' Cl-RXRD KRFI-N or tud lol talented plamst one tl 'Nlr Rehman box 0011 gen-me of humor Health 8 Safety Com mittee Student Ort entatlon f0IDlI1lUC9 teady and dependable f erry GAYLE GRINISLEH Talented home economlst warm southern mx e ll0lJlJl6C by the dozen ,enerally qulet Glrle Chorus Qtudent Orlentatmn Commmee Xctlylty Commlttee hatle from Tennesiee 'Natlonal Honor Socxety JXNET COOCH bets along. well with every one llttle gurl x voxce ever present Nnnle experlenced U1 gler 1rl who nexer ,eta anbry 2illllllll0llN voor lt tener ood ta lxer K olor C uard Nla quer Ntagetraft Club an r- 92' PETER HAEFFNER Co captam of the football team o e of G L Q beat athletee hard worker Senlor Claes VICC preatdent Uoo wlth the booke Honor Soclety nexer wlthout that certaln Ulfl we llked B X X prealdent really appreclates a food yoke contagloua laugh Pete JMQULLINE QORDON Nt-rtou Ntudent ttonal Honor Souety mdmqdy of Student Store persexertn, deep tlnnlnnv headed frr lortland and a teachm tareer l'rentl1 Serxue fflllflfll eye toward L mondale summer tn Xermont 1 t pre 1 t ent ef 'lr1an,. e acltt ..,,'X RHNT KRII I S e lt ent wllh n ark pr ne t aut 1 te an u uallv seen drn a reen Hut on out tandm, member f Perlttnf- Umon Steer and Budget Qonnmt teex C F entb Ntudent Orlentatmn Lom nnttee CARL C RObSBARD Lame to Q, C, ln hl oph omore year waratty tranlt alwau lendln a helpmff hand one of Vllllv s Harrlera C C, Gents qutet frtendly to all tonea GLORIA HANLEY Laughter I5 her trade mark contagious sense of humor chatterbox mtll do anythmg on a dare always has an anawer SCTIOUS moments blrls Chorue Brldve Club lf uture Teacher of Amerlca Ueher- Club B10 lab a-elstant Tmk EN ELYN RICHARD HAINSEN Ioxal friend var rtx ll0VNllI1 a hot N rc Leader Club unpre dlctable at tunes joy the weekend port mmded oh' hat volce Hanth JODY H XRRIG ll n n 1 pony ld sweet song.stre s vnactous per onaltty bubble wlth frlendllnes Gee Cee future pro fe or of marine lnolo x Concert Chonr Glrls Choru Celes XI KRG lXRh.T HE XLY lack of all trades more bounce to the ounce Natxonal Honor Society ln her Juntor year C- A X uce president NIVHCIOUS captaln of the cheerleaders always o the Hashm brown eyes sophisticated at tlmes psychoanalyst Pe gy or Plglet LOIS HARDING Down to earth clence and math talent sot poken pleasant sense of humor accomplxshed plant t amiable dl po mon editor of CH -XNTECLER compamst for Celestones French Club Ctrl fhorus Vatlonal Honor Society I eaders Workshop WILLI ANI HEISSN ER Always has an answer one car after another fantastlc vocabulary happy go lucky av: fan of Robert Benchlev always mllm Reserve Fund Committee INK QPOTQ German Club Re ERNEQT I-IESTER Dependable power fully bullt a lover of the outdoors huntmg fanatlc perpetual good humor easy om well hked warsnty soc cer Ttm HEAD Nophnstncate knows all there lb to know about current events despnses Elvls hard worker always has a comeback ttnctlve volce loyal X8.Ser Leaders Club Bro lab assl tant txpln for FIESTA Eyre B ARB ARA HECHT Nldjorette loyal lnem ber of Perklns Unton full of fun sweaters alore frrendly to all loves basketball and xce skatmg Gxrls Chorus French Club Mercl buckets 35 V4 v . . f- .,' Q , . 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Ab' .Y'.. ra - A + - - 'cl . ---- ' ..'ub' 71 - ., -Mast - ROBERT HINSCH ulet untll mechanlc are mentloned hot rod enthu l8Sl well llked by both bexes a mlle for eyeryone Genta blue bomb Honor Commlttee Tom DOW -XLD HNIQ Happy go lucky ba ke! ball enthuala t we hked famou lau h a vsay mth the women reat ense of humor Don it Q" 'ewi' ' KIRSTEN HOLST Allce blue eyes con tmental charm thu IHSIIC about eyerythln edltor of ECHO Student Councll dele ate COUSCFVBIINC tate dependable sm cere f m G C 0 Denmark and back Socxal and Honor Commlt ee 'Xatnonal Honor Society fi ure for modelln blu he ea xly RUS-UN I-ll I L One of the theater et eye tovyard Washm ton could vym any talkathon makeup edmtor for ECHO 'Xia quers lmpul INC knows a lot ot people drama cr1t1c wonderful smlle enlus ldeas ROBLRT HORNJIL uxet and hard workm bluehea ea nly and Hv bov member of about eyery a tronomlcal and BVIBIIOH club around headed for the -hr Academy occer and track letter man G C Cent o ROBERT HLNT Llttle round man reat enie of humor alwaya ha the lat 'word Lord and Taylor man rarely erlou port fan Bom -4. SOM J -Law JOHW HOWE ulet and rc- eryed rendly d e y along wlth e e humor loyal and de pendable an all around .ludtclarv Commit ee C C Cente Npam h Club tntra mural ba ketball and y rl ley ball Ceneral BARB ARA .IENININGS Fun to be wlth likes older boys hard to buy a present for ummers 1n Canadall eport addlct proficnent equeatrlan C A -X treasurer Leaders Club Clrls Choru Red Crow Barb gf 00' l X' . Q A f . Y en. Q' I fg Q 5 U . . . A . 1 . V . . ' I k x 5 . l . l an at- In gel 5 4 h S . g " - .. . is a ' .. sus of ' ' . . . C. C. -V " , - , .4 - . ... H .y ... ... t' ... ll.. U. U . ., . ro . . S kr -5 I I . - , D fv' ,. s..."Bh." S "- Ii S- . . . .Q I ' . ' ' , l . ,' . , . g ' g . . . s s s' '. . Al, 5 . . . , , A -V D. C .... " j , ' ' ' :'s...'ll 'S . S' '.! S S' x S ' .Ha 5 . 'Hg S S V' " S H H . sa vs f I 5, - Q 1 ' M 'JA I. ' 7 I Q ., A ,. 1 1. 'T Q f V, f X 54 5' ' L ' ' L ' f R X - 'XJ "Q ,I jf., V MARY LYNN JESSEN Naturally curly locks sweet tooth always a gleam 1n her eye Jazz fiend wltty plus a rmg around her neck sertous but dont let ll fool you Sam PETER KELLY Outstandm athlete all scholastrc basketball ace soccer oahe Joys hls weekends ets along well with the opposite sex longs for a drlvers Incense C C Cents leaders Club one of Nlllts duifers Chico MARILYN JONES In the punk accom hshed ramst t tn P P YP g whlz soft caressing voxce generally quxet slxghtly fickle her smile brlghtens your ay Assembly Com mrttee Concert Choir WILLIAM KELLY Always smlhng rea cr razy drawl skm dtvmg enthusrast known for hrs speeches easy to get along wlth varsrty cross country track and bowllng Cents 1 CEI EDWARD LOUISE KABLE Intelligent a hard worker always wrllmg to lend a helping hand one of Mr Minors Phys whlzzes veep of Chess Club Presl dent of F S C veep of Chess Club bust ness mana er of CHAN TECLER Library staff Honor SOCIEIY pendable KALINOWSKI Roller skatmg champ on mator of Wxld Wrlly Hall' for art always talkmg or laughing devlllsh ldeas party lover cheerful smlle Concert Cholr Celestones ,ludlclary Commxttee u GILLEN MARGARET KING KETTLE Unpredxctable at times aghgetlfglz mIfI::IlIiI'iIII I seldom serlous enjoys l gumoflreague k pm tleikends Mznfogveztfsz jxlhsognird Iesxgg S ar to school hard worker out of school varsity future woman ln white H e MOIIOII Plcture well traveled Peg y Opemmr G en H 3 Q F K' 1 Fr 1 -1 ,wtf nw' lx r T75 W H , v -1 -' I . 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I IIInlIn AINCEI A KOPLEY Cooperatne serene generally qu1et s1ncerel1 lnterested l1stener double barreled ward rome Leaders Club Glrls Chorus VICC pres1dent of Brld Club H1 Y presldent Ang1e .K we me 1 41 KENNLTH KIRBX r 1t1 u 1 ma 11 1 ltlf' rf r r1-h F1 ec tnr f women and other odrlltle easv to ret alon 11111 Ken CHARLPS I KNJF Hot rod enthu ld t one 1ner P11 su 11l11zLer knnw1nv h1n1 lllun, 1 terrlfic ense of humor ne1er wlthout a mnneback C C ents Cl1arl1e Wll LIANl LANNINC l.11e free and 6851 lntelllgent w1tl1 mark tm Orme lt owne a ltt e black book CNBFWUDC fr1end treasurer of Nemor Cla SCB spurt a 56 C e11 Concert Chulr C C ents part1 0 Qam !"'55,:1 'Q X IRGINI X KIZER l'uture fasluon model A lhwkhurst 5 loss ee ..- l ee s gam sweet and mcere attraatne stunnmg. clothes fa Ildl0UQ Glfls I mrus Gln er X lX HN lab ATTUT K fluna doll nane 111.14 mu- t111n 1 ter eep l1er runn1n 1 tnernu c ox 1 lllllll CFI t' Warm lneere understandm, presulent uf Nlasquers Future Teacher of Xmer lca Natwnal Honor SUClCtX IX PETER LAlNf NIORF Nermu llllllded letter man on the lllwbllllr. team a wa1s on the IEdllN and dependable ports a 40 CICNW e mana er a Radm Club C ents Pete KAREN LATHROP eatled for nur lIl A aree1 CN l'Wll0tlS fr1end pat1ent dependable ru Bergman l1ke attrac t11e ness mature pmsed soclal chalrman C A Masque r I WWE? 1 t QP' 113 sl 1- fwtl ll an 11- - 5 ' vrm sse . . . li 4 tll A A - L- '- 4,5 -- QQ . 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' they I C 1 A JACQUELINE l AURFNT re lex pralser tallta tue a guy named 1 What a rlot Remember Hemp tead' Ctrls Choru w nr at X8 IH llemp tead ln alel exe latlue f'lR0ll- l KIIO melt opht tua ed flatr for the Illeatcr petlle lllflltltllliill t ocna prnee mature praetlral adxue treaeurer pUllllC'lIX 'Natlonal Honor Qottetx etretarw of Nlawquerb French flulx pr: ldent I uh Stuffed anxmal lrltes older how Prudy sf B XRBNR K LHNZO l' te orwmal ood time gal known for her drum, hvsterltal laugh neter a dull moment unpredlttalnle e- rn ll g Comert Lhotr Ctrls L oru Hou ll lore Skippy ELIZABETH IOBFR Dependable enjm Ilorselmarlt rtdm, faxtt tt her ,.u btr Chorub ACIIVIIQ Com mtttee typtst for ECHO Cl1blll'lCllNC NOICE ood natured love tat lL lO".l lf: 00 000 FRANK laN ISTA I ood natured ltkalmle -lxghtlw unpredtctahle no -louch wtth a rtlle wetght llftm, man reat perwnalltv e l uard Student Favultx Relatton- Board XllXllld.I'W Flre Dept i IHRRH ll-NIIEUY fo lmlllur of NIAN1 Cerun s mtghty mou e always w1ll1n to lend helptnv hand popu lar with the oppo 1te ex lresldent of F 'l' X 5 C B Great een e of hum r Honor So frlendx Lraay Qrewcut -XDELIL NI-XNGELS Qympathetlc hetener athteved fllNl1IlCllUIl of lo xn her ource theme Card wtee unhelnexalvlw m tool and tollet Noft Npolten cheer u forever bu-y trusted presldent of Ai llVlIy Commtttee secretary treasurer f Bm UQ ub Re f-'r05b 1' A BPATRIX IIVFR Known for her lonu lon,, axr talent Ulllllllllell Nlona Ina smlle a wav on the a and wlllowy franlt re erwd but frlendly a eat lflllllg ballet entltuxtaxt N u dent latulty Relatlun lnp Board Concert Band enlor lla s Executne Board ea 4,4 .l a V P 5 1' -. 1' l ' I Y " B11 i J 3 -- " B - '- Qff -B .- ' U ... 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'nfl ,' J CHARLES N1 ARSH ALL Creat sense of humor always workmg on a school project well lxked by a one girl man manager of cross country presndent of Band executtve board soclal chairman of Qenlor Class Charlle FREDRICK 'VIAYER Takes llfe slow and ea v came to G C from Qewanhaka 1n sophomore vear a llkable dls posltlon smile for everyone wlllxng to lead the revolutxon agamst educatlon varsxty base ball "Fred" JOHN 'NIANNIX Back from South America this year Latln lover fabulous dancer man about town oo marks hut oh those week ends hard worker out rf chool CYNTHIA VMSTIN 'VI ASON Name gullible Known folr hrs ternfif pai: loyal frlend tncere :cies hkggpiyyggihzzse sweet dlsposltlon warm Varsny football personallty oft spoken predictable as Islam chlld like quahll chalrman f 'Nlagazme cute dresser unaffected nve collector f charm Ctrl s Choru dd t G C Gems o nes 1 Qfuvlty andcsotflal always redecoratmg Omm' ees m y hrs cellar Fred W il? GEORGE N1 ARCUM U ually found under the hood of a 56 Merc back after going to Ca tle Heights for a year proud member f tl Xlanne Corps Reserves liked by opposite e f 'Qs OHN NIARQH ALL Happy go lucky ernous moments at times keeps you laughin km dtvlng enthu last one of Slocombe Harrlers C C Cent one of the Nladame Nlu keteers Leader Clu 1 FREDERICK J ANIES 'NIcC ARTHY Quiet and reserved a mechamc at heart loves those week ends averse to opposlte sex dependable worker loyal frlend a future ln prmtmg 'kjlm " 5 ' 'f:.2iff,'f'f W.: , -:gif 'HSL 3 . 2 fl ? . . . ' ' ' ,gg ' . . . g d ' ' 3 , ' ' ' 'ilfl '-. , . ' ' ' o IC ,XV Q if r P 'JS-,re H 75, .ft :1 :az 9 'L " . f ff' vw., . bw. ' '.L- 1 TL- V, fr53,!:g,+,fLff!,i4., ' r '- ' ' ' , ' x , , , ' ' '- - ' . . . has ,M ' s ' L ' - . K . ' U 11 . ' . . . . s' - S ' . . . . . . , . . . s ' ' 0. , s . . . S' .. - ,. ll l . . . Y . n 1 . I - n ' - L . . : ' ' g . . . S h , .' ' ' . V un . . . S . . . - 1 . . . - 0 A ' ' , i D ' . . . 0 L . . . - v +- C X . A A . S v k.ff. s ' , V JOHN NICCLEERY fall and good lookln well llked goes for the voun er girls an all around guy definite llltes and llsllkes oo hall and baseball letterman 0 C Gents Nprmgfleld bound lack JANE NlcC4RR bn aging smile serious mmded but enjoys a ood laugh adores drlvmg problems jewelry alore dry sense of rumor loves pizza forever chewing gum Well gee works at Lord and Taylor JUDITH McLEAN Lonely hearts speclallst sweet mnocence eyes that never stop fl10V1Ilg memories of uogue smcere and loyal frlend cashmere sweaters tlny hands and feet partlal to college men bubbles with frlendlmess cxal Commlttee Clrls Chorus Judy EARL NIEI IN blew boy ln Jumor year C C Cents and Lon cert Choir ladles man varslty football avxd ler known for t at snappy Ford convert 1 e serlous but has a humorous srde 'N. NIARGARET Xlc-CROARTY Tall and raceful easy going polsed frlendly famous collec tlon of records Great loves ports G A -X delegate sec retary of 'Vatlonal Honor boclety vxce presldent of Stagecraft Club president of Leaders Club SCB NlcCrotch DOY NLD NfcCLURE Full of fun In try anythm wizard on car repalr hot rod enthusiast bm terou personallty Fro country ba eball and track letterman l Cadet Club Don NIAUREEN NIcN-XXIARA Full of fun pa ty al warm personallt slncere always wlllln to help thmlts the be t art of he IS Home G -X A dele a e Concert Choir 500131 Committee Brld e Club ROBERT MENZINGER Qulet and unassumm but not wxthout a sense f humor the male half of a perpetual couple new Ford every year hopes to enter plumbm profession member of Flre Patrol a d ns an Nuxlhary Fireman V8I'Slly SOCCCI' Geflllafl Club Bo 1 'MARION 'VIILI ER Gee fees ambassador to Greece capable understandtnv rm convlctxons fa r Qquare Natlonal Honor Society presldent Band treasurer 9 C B vlce prestdent of Reserwe Fund Commlttee French Club senlor clash Executive Board I IINDA NIINERI 'Ntght ltfe ln Oceanside Nan pen pal lxllCllEIl fiend llkea to dance Mllll an: nm Xnchor kvsewh lost IIIW lead fawor pro ressne jazz one 1, 1,,e 9ta,,ecraft Club Ushers Club foncert Choir Qoctal I ommlttee Llttle Ltnda JOAN 'VIICKELSON Sparklmg personaltty hvely sense of humor o thoie Jauy bram waves' mcere frlend loads of fun peppy neat always a e G -X A delegate Bridge Club Gtr Chorua NIICH -XEI NIOON EX Gee Ceee ambaisador to Europe keen sense of humor P B C owner of that flaehv N C make frlends P35113 not aloof to the OPDOSIIE Sex man about town 'Nltke HARRY l A MILLER Outstandlng grldder three letter man captam football and track fthe Gteady and depend 0, ale always wlth a certatn cheerleader SCTIOUH mmded but enJoys a Joke Honor Nocletx loyal friend commuter WARREN NIILLER One of GC s better a etee three letter man conscnentlous ,reat frlend work hard wlth wood result Jomt owner of one Ford hardtop Skt and me sense of humor commuter 'Nattonal llonor qoclety home room president NIAQT a B 4 4 grey cap RUSSELL NIOEHLICH -Xctne m thurch BCHNIIICN sarslty soccer W one f Nlr Rehmans wocal cords huntm and flshmg enthuslaet appreclates a Hood joke a a way Wllll a dollar and a certatn Frau e1n frlendly and easy to Uet alonv wrt u S 'im JOHN NIOOR Ha a htdden thtrt or adwemure 'Nlagara Falls to New York ua ll1CyClC ffreat lower of the outdoors brt ht future seen 1n hw choeen career forestty heee Club Nlotxon Plcture Operator VHTQIIY r1He 23.9-iii, , o1,.' , - - -'., . q ' I I . g E3 2- in p - jjj . ...al h, . 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Y ' ' ' 1' Y ' it 'Q . ,J M 1 A . ,, 1 l ..... 5 l 5 s e 'f "...C.- QANDRA 'NIOUNT Nluslcan lady mhabrt ant of the Green Room a Ftbber McGee locker sertous student er fectlomst beheves m the adage that practice makes perfect National Honor Society pres: dent of Qta ecraft Club Band Orchestra long term member of Nladames 'Vlob ALLAN 'VIULLER Narslty letters tn football ba ketball and baseball somethmg funny for every occaslon as erlous moments once ln a wlnle one of the boys perenmal lawyer THOMAS NIUINCY Quiet untll boats are men Ugned sailboat expert dep ndable and hard worker good student lnkes to get away on week ends frxendlY Tom MAR IORIE MUSIL Usually seen laughlng special brand of dry humor dnllgent CHAN TECLER French Club carefree Sandy CA ROL NARISSI Lxuberant roller skating performer on TV one of swltchboard operators a new lI'll port from Bellerose has her eye on that three toned Ford m Freeport Stagecraft Ushers Club NANCY NEARY Never wxthout a comeback rare serious moments occasional Irlsh flare u s loves her Spanish class good natured blunt remarks Re Cross Clrls Chorus vlce presldent of Span Ish Club Bndge Club Nance GEORGE MURPHY Avid skier and huntxn fan gal m every port always ready wlth a help mg hand ready t defend a poxnt man about town presldent of G C Cents 'Vlurph RON ALD NAKAQHIAN Terrlfic sense of humor G C Cents New from .lamalca m hrs Jumor year tolerates educa tlon basketball and baseball enthusiast happy go lucky known for his Westchester trips Nakt 43 GEORGE N EBEL Hard worker wlth marks to prove It never wlth out a smlle class worker always abtdes by the rules Honor Soclety Student Coun cxl parltamentanan physlcs man varstty track football manager SCB MARY O CONNELL Sympathetxc llstener works hard wlth good re su ts summers at Oak Beach calm and col lected smcere mtere t ln everything and everyone Yea Navy Leaders Club Future Teachers of America semor class Executlve Board Glrls Chorus Cay NICHOLAS NICKLIS Spends hrs spare tlme ln the ECHO oflice rabnd Baltlmore fan always has a problem won derful sense of humor everybodys frlend P B C All Star chalr man of Honor Committee an expert on any sport you can name sports editor of ECHO and WIAST Nrck STANLEY ODLUVI Ltves seven day week end never on trme fantastnc vocabulary new thls year from Choate special RHCCIIOTI for the Blltmore frlendly easy gmng Va Ka R+ NIARY BETH NOLTE Gee Cees MISS Arnold Constable and Snow Queen perfect pageboy IS her trademark contaglous laughter mlxes eastly peaches n cream complexion fastldlous llndy expert varslty cheerleader GA A uelegate Re Cross chaxrman evry body loves 'Vlmu THOMAS 0 DWYER A jolly Irtshman u of llfe loves a party AGP worker durmg week friendly to both sexes well liked C C Cents Tom WILLIAM NUGENT Popular with both sexes good sense of humor plays the field good looking varsity baseball has a certam charm Nuge STEPHEN 0 KEEFE Tall and stately says what he thlnks ways ready to support hrs slde of thlngs avl huntmg fan serious thmker sharp sense of humor cross country and track letterman Leaders Club Flre Patrol Steve LORETTA JERRY OHLER 0 N1-:ILL Qhes a talker repre sented Gee Cee ln the Wllss Arnold Constable contest rosy cheeks naxve loves shr1mp lorlous gtg le Sl y streak qta ecraft Clrls Chorus Laurie FRED ulet and hardworking varsity soccer one of Happy s students aloof to the opposite sex Intelligent wxth grades to prove ll Honor boclety good golfer 9 C B erry E P DERSON VALENTINE One of Happys krds llkes to bomb around rn hrs Jungle cruiser perenmal good humor always laughmg stage mana er of Prrates presldent of Health and Safety Commlttee F T A Toad PERRY Xlways willing to start somethmg pat on the back for everyone boisterous sense of humor CC Cents oyal friend way with the women a CONSTANCE PASHLEY F n to be with pleasant drsposmon known for rxdrculous srtua tlons loves the out of doors espemally swxmmlng friendly hard worker president of Qpamsh Club S C B assrstant managm edttor ECHO Honor Commrttee Conme ELIZABETH PETTIT lnoffensrve frankness younger than sprmgtlme crystal complexxon one of the Jamesport row tes senior class Ex ecuttve Board QC B Red Cross treasurer frlendshlp everlasting talks a blue streak cute and lmplsh Betsy or Butterhall JOAN PATERSON Gray sneaker grrl memories f Vermcmi oceanside fan darling dimples envlable aver age seamstress steertng commrttee student orientation com mrttee ECHO Gnrls Chorus .loame 'VIARY JANE PHELAN Eyelashes out of a story book shes laughmg or you are freckles alore loquacnous has that devxllsh gleam rn her eye trres anythm once works at David s George kil- PETER POTTER The freat Orator s potnt of new fanta ttc xocabulars nexer mtsses a party o tboe ummer at e mort ,.reat sense of humor Pete ROBERT PIRRYI AW N C C Nlarlon Brando vreat all round back Sky s best burdler parttal to blue eyed cheer leaders one ofthe boys C ents an Dodger fan ACllNlly Commtttee abundance of frtends Robby ARNOI U PUTINANI A future tn forestry ace tumbler qutet and oftspoken true to one ltkes to spear ftsh another Rube Goldberv CC Cents yeep of Leaders Club yarstty soccer Arnte SANDRA RI-.CFNIE Neyer stops tal mg ltves for 'Vlasquers loses the color plnk dotes on pula and French ood hard worker walkmg g,oss1p colunm treasurer of 'Nlasquers Stavecraft Club French Llub Assembly Com mlttee Qandy ELIZABETH POLLEY Beauttful clothes and wears them well er onal charm venerous and slncere lndustrtous passton or mtv atr attracttve tratled by her cuddly toy poodle Ctrls Chorus Soc tal QIDIIIUIIUCC Irene JUDITH PRX BYLQKI qoulful brown eyes telephone monopoluer clothe hound thustasttc usually as a problem wbu at a sewtnv matlune 5 C B ECHO secretary of Social Committee NIANT stall newer on time cute wtth a opht ttcated touch Judv RICHARD RASOR Outstandmg student newer wtthout a comeback soccer and baseball letterman sports a 52 'Nlerc a class worker nexer a dull week end has a llttle black book sertous when be has to be the Alajor General conslclerate and well llked 'NIAST Pork CAYLE REILLY Bundle of enthustasm lowely clothes QI y streak tnfectlous t,gle easy to get along wlth Ctrls Chorus Spanish Club terest tn Massachusetts knows all there lb to know about movle stars and Roc n Roll smffers llt' Q I t ,515 " ' . 7531 .i ' I I it SV Y A . it 'il . .-F ' 'ff' 'Q Q ' 5 ' , . , ' . . . 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JULIE REXIINGTOW Charmln mlle under landing friend rm m her convlctlons fun to be with loves that man weet dl posmon talkative hapmv o lucky enerou lt htwel ht NIURIEL Rlf HIE Ihetk out queen at Food alr lon blonde halr likes to bowl and dance CHICICIII qulet until she knows you Rock n Roll fan from way back French Club Connie fi: ROY RUSSELL Hard worker outstand cholastlc ratln known and llked by all oh that crazy rock and roll a llttle pack e f dynamite bound to succeed treasurer of SCB Leaders club Honor Qoclety DAVID REX A hard worker always Nllllllflg good smgxng voice can always fund ne I lnsten to a oo tory C, C Gents Concert Choxr electron commlttee V P of Trojanaxres Busme s 'Vlana er f INK SPOT? Dave PATRICIA RUBQAMEN Indlvrduall t pet peexe Bermuda horts ,lunmy Dean worshlpper Remember Hemp lead' Don t l e cruel lon honey blonde pa eboy ECHO typlsl Ricky FREDERICK RUSTM ANN Well bullt grappler pre-sldent of Leaders Club keeps a llttle black book wolf at heart well llked by both sexes oh' tho e up state week ends Parrls Island bound Fred Z DORIS RUTZ Long blonde hair devlllsh look ln those soft grey eyes never wnth out a comeback one man glrl wonderful frrend forever looking on the brlght sxde Deg Mum IANJE RUQQLEND Proverblal 5 2 eyes of 1 ue loves ammals cute llkCS blonde halr and blue eyes adven turesome Ideas always on the go ulllble blushes easily Chlps . ' g s ' ... - S . . . . ' ' ' , , , tm o . g d ' P v . . . ' . . . g s . . . . '. . . . . I g g , . sq , g o . A I ,K ., ,, .. xr , 1-92. , E' 'w f . . - s , . . . 0' . . . . . , . . . ' Q ,, . . . . . . Q ' .. A , J , . . , . . . g 4 1 g . . . Aff' ' 1 0 ' 66 ' 97 I' L6 ' 75 - . . . - ' , "f Q A A , fl f' . 1 . 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' bb V1 6 I CARY SAX AGE Semor class president always workmu on some thlng Student Court Chief ,IUSIILC wheels a hot blue ord ASSIQIHDI Bu me Nlan ager of Fcho N L f Talent Show WHTHIIN soccer class mamstax Xssembb Committee well equlpped mth perseverance and deternn natlon Oklahoma -'KSU a one glrl man lNose 'i-WW HENRY NXYFR One of the Trojan llnemen hur s for Slud ln the sprlng off m a fla b at t e blast of a QIFEII conhrmed bachelor abundance of ffllhfltl career ln archltecture Dick 4 x PILTLR SLHOEFER Steady and dependable C, C Q delegate to Au trta terrlfnc sense of humor one gurl man Honor Soclety one 'Vlr Miner s ly l'llLLBq member of perluns Unlon varsity tennis Pete KORNILLIUS Qulet sllent type mo-.t of the tune contaglous laugh a llndy en thusxast crazy about cars Xuxtllary Fireman Ushers' Club Health and Safety Com mlttee always on the go "Nell " 48 MXN Nl XRIL QLHNIIDT Rarely serlous p ay director ood frlend dependable fecttous wwf e rand ma n ter lo e n ar,ument Na ty break 'Nlasquers 'ichmldty scut LY EDWARD SFAMAN llkable personallty . a good word for everyone always has a problem never overworks lllllel at tlmes Photog raphy Club trade school bound 'slid " ELIWOR SAWYFR Home maker capable and el'Hc1ent easlly pleased frank practical and dependable slncere frtend llrls Chorus a querc polsed washmv her Ialr adores coffee ce cream E te taKx NIARY NCHUITI UIC! baby of the Glas fantastlc drlvmg abllt les many mood future woman ln wlnte Ntagecraft Club K rls Chorus A ' ,ldd e ll - 'd't H - -X -- V Q e"e L L 1- 5 ' 'T '-av , f -lift ." . 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' L .-.v ' .- ' -,pts A" ...,1' fy ELEAN OR SHORT Envxable red halr serious Blology Il talent qulet and sweet a worker easy smile future psycholo glst Cest la vle lxbrary staff Cxrls Chorus Ellle fl' SALLY SMITH Neatness personxfied one man glrl t at kmd of volce dancmg brown eyes spontane ous grggle fashxon plate one of the Angelalres cute as a button the kmd of gnrl you take home to mother varslty cheerleader Soclal COIIIIIIIIICC a DONALD SHEEHY Qulet and reserved mam 8ml7lll0l'l to hitch hlke around the world tolerates school lxkes a ood time member of Llbrary Staff o txon Picture Onerator Don LORRAINE SHERRY Sclentxfic expert con tagxous grggle sweet songstress destmed to succeed summers at Greenwood Lake Honor Society ln her Junlor year Celestone Concert Choxr Future Teachers of Amer :ca F S C French Club at glial JOANNE AUDREY SLAVIN Beautlful auburn halr terrxfic gl gle always talking warm friendly personality we dressed easy to et to know talented seam stress Band Au SMITH FRANCES SIWICK Admlres even tempered men partlal to blue Fords loves drlvm future nursery school teacher problem problems problems Cads' Frannle Always lau hm frrendly passion for apples best person to e Jo e casual knack for ar llvely MAST sta FIESTA edltor Natlonal Honor So cxety m her Jumor year INK SPOTS art edttor assxstant secretary of SCB ody KATHERINE SMYTHE Capable co edrtor f MAST mature perfecttonlst CHICICHI subtle sense of humor darlmg fi ure clothes to match llkes older men an acquamtance made a frlend galned Natlonal Honor Soclety Leaders Club S C B Steermg Com mlttee Kathy 'it ROBERT ST MNLEY Ortgmator of the Stanley Cup good word for everyone hard worker 3 ter C loo rea smoothy pllots a reen Fort CC Cent Bo NI ARK STP BBINIS New to Carden C ty yumor year reat Renee of humor alvtay penenced vnth the dravtm pencil dependable Co art edltor of CH -XV TECLER art staff of INK SPOT9 8 'NIAST ,IX football Track 'Vlark BARBARA WVOWDEN QQBQQJ bee Cee- Ninas Coutourter perfect figure outdoor type successful ln evervthln Qhe attempts a real lady qulet charm the rovln kmd cheerleader from away lack social comnuttee Glflg Chorus Barb PAT STEW ART INC or two eyea 0 rue cute ae they come artlbt pro J emi foreyer on the pert and peppy Publxclty Commlttee chairman INK SPOTS art staff Portla Food natured work lard dependable an auxllxary fireman member of Fire Patrol C C entc acttwe member f Lutheran Church Walther Lea ue mtere ted ln the Mr Force a PEN ELOPE QTARK Pretty haxr eyee and tm plexlon mcere always wlllm to help enerous fabulou partlee ews a wulted eam ood dancer creattve sophretncated copy editor of l'll'9I'X Penny LX 'NW STETQER qweet ty pe po ture light BOQIODIHH accent lowee tennts Qwtmmm and acrobatlc dlVll1g lclty maroo etn alto tn the Cathedral Choir 'XCIINIIY Committee Piglet '93 WILLIAM STONE Consctenttous and hard workmg a collector of tocke excellent tenor prendent of Trojan axres ytce preetdent of Concert Choir future beologlst 1 L L N 1 - . . . 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S' EMMA BLACK MARGARET ARNOLD DEPARTMENT 0F BUSINESS EDUCATIDN GUIDANCE DEPARTMENT NIARY FLIX SCHNEIDER JAMES CALKINS MARGARET SNYDER 1 - 4' LS. 0FFICE STAFF H Dumas E Brlstol EGreever B Flne an CAFETERIA STAFF A Just ,I Wall D Kocan L Trahe A Mellnyk M Wlnters CUSTIIDIANS A Prelusky M Manzl Z Mel enskl A Payne C McCue W Klbler C Titus E Crawford Absent A Walsky . , . l , . D' . , . D . . , . , . , . 'ft l 3 ' 9 ' 9 R. Finch, H. Deginholh. l l . , . D, . ' -7 ' 9 ' 7 I . , 1 , u w I . P. 4 f fC?"x lx , -ff 9 gg? -Sh ,S Q" N 1 1 'i 2 x 1 5 - A 5 B v A X X 3 vw .G W . Fw .-5-W 1 xg fi llinxfw 1-, NF' . S x u .-in i , W VE g,,1 . fm -aa-X imma. J E 5515 G ,j3g 9 . 1 .1 i ,AN I 'JW 'X I 0 sw. S r ' fu!! kfll fx' N STUDENT CIIUNCIL IIFFICEBS WILLIAM FITCH Presidenl S X 5 SUSAN CRAF EMILY ARNOLD Secretary Vice President CARY FERRARO Treasurer STUDENT COUNClL ml ron'-V-lf. llriller. R. lim-ell. H. .Xrmwlsl. li. Fitcli. 5. llraf. ll. Fr-rraru. Cl. Neliel. SKVIPIIII r 14' Xl. Willis I. ,le-aux. N. Bellante. B. Nlviltmari. B. Bw-N. .l. Hartman. li. l"reemont. S. tialtlf-r. l' l'+ttter. li, ,lill'l'x'UIl. fl. llruxr-n. li. liusli. Xlix- Sriytler. Thin! mu'-X. flartlner. P. Heniiriguay. I Xxurriiier. li. lflle-Li. ,l, lrirlxszilwl-. Klelwx. K. llwlxt. K. l.uIlirnp. lf. llvrgluml. ll. Brfrur-r IS. Hrauvir-. .l. S1 lmiaiux. Fuzfrtli mu' .l. lluf11ler..I. Nliller. lf. 'Nla-tin. N. Cornell. STUDENT CITIZENSHIP BOARD l"1'rx! rm' 5. llemlrilvnn. ll. lilement. .l. O'Neil. ll, lill. li. Nelml. Sw:-urnl mu' B. Lvmieux Xl. Dine-en. li. Barikef. Nlrx. Sulinaulwlt. ll, Nliller. .l. Smith. R. Ruwcll, Tlzirzf mu'-V Xl. lrnriarxl B. .Xrnul4l. .l. Pryliylfki. l. Ueniwn. J. Svlimitll. N. Kuiilman. NI. NIl'QiI'Il2lI'Iy. K. glllflllff. XI. Hiller B. Pettit. KI. Pasliley. C, XX ingate. A. Yarwv. Fourth rou'-V P. Finegan. .l. Xlexantlerson. D. Tunipkinx .l. Prusmavk. B. Lanning. J. Donahue. B. Drew. ,l. Bailey. fi. Clark. K. lnce. 78 STUDENT COURT First row---K. Frank. B. Flannery. Mr. Colbert. J. Baehr. K. Dunne. Seronfl row-P. Schoefer. G. Saxagze. Nl. qlmlrews. N. Nluuld. ll0NOB COMMITTEE Firsl ron' Xl. Miller. D. Fry. N. Nicklis. C Muller. K. Hulst. Sworzrf ron",-J. l,oe. R. Fer rante. J. Ducker. C. Paslllev. Nl. Dalzell J. Jolly. 5. Haggard. Thfrdlrou'-S. Bull E lx . 'al1le. F. Huber, R, Sayer. D. Beyer P. Schaefer. B. Lemieux. STUDENT-FACULTY RELATIUNS BOARIl Firsl row-Nlr. Warriner. W. Halstead. F. Briller. Nliss Crabtree. Svrond row-R. Dreher, B. l,iver. J. Schmauw. R. Hausmann. F. LaYista. 1 ELECTIUN COMMITTEE irst ran' -R. Saver. NI. Ilineen. Nlr. llelton. C. Dal- Lr-ll. Nl. Nulte. .l. Uilxlvlez-. ,I. Frilts. C. Daly. P. Nl:-Quilkin. Thin! ron' 5. lfulmler. 5. llull. ,I. Moy- nallan. J. liaelxr. B. Nugcfnt. li. Klliu. Nl. Pealmmly. aziu. B, l.anninQ. Sf-1-mzd mu'-5. MOU. D. IS. Perm. BUDGET COMMITTEE First rou.'fR. Bankes. D. Nlclieun. S. Balas. M. Willie. J. Mc'Cleery. Svroml row-C. Crnftun. P. W'eStphalen, R. Mahland, R. Sayer. H. Nliller, B. Burchers. JUDICIARY COMMITTEE Firsl ruw---Nlrx. Xllkeny. ,l. .-Xlex anderslm. N. Bibler. R. Whelehan N. Bellante. Srfrand ran'--,l. :Xrmani T. Bruulis. N. Nlanuel. F. liustma F. Bonllurant. Il I1 STEERING COMMITTEE Firsz row--K, Smythe. G. Nelmel. Nltr. Hiller. J. Nolte, J. Patterson. Second row-B. Dreher. S. Smith, P. Harrower, M. Str0Dg, J. Nloynahan. Third rou:-B. Hasenyager, D. Bogert, R. Molick, ART PUBLICITY CUMMITTEE First row-P. Denison, N. Kunzman Xl. McAllister. D. Bruce, R. Wag ner. Second ruwiS. McLean. L. Ha- vens. Nl. Bryan, B. Lane, N. Neaher, P. Stewart. 115-jx' 4' 'Q 'Exam HEALTH AND SAFETY COMMIlTTEE First row-G. Green. ll. Bill. F. Petersen, Miss Smith. B. Whelehan. B. Rule. Second row-D. Plath, N. Scully, H. Arlm. I.. Rath, B. Zangas, P. Boulard. R. Sherin. ASSEMBLY COMMITTEE Fzrst row C Sawa e C Wm ate 'Nlr bpter D Herbert R bra 16 .Second rou N Nlcfa new I Berhnd S Flatlew D Xandenburg R Ferrante Yhzrd rou D Plath -X Nluller I' Pdward J Nlcfleerw SOCIAL COMMITTEE rst rau NI ueder air e iran J Hartmann J Xldll er S 'NIC an J Pryhvl k1 J Cunnm ham C Curroon L Sherrw Third rou, D Drffenderfer N Qmxth 'NIc'Namara A Ixxmkerbonker B Ntrulle B Wlllldlll R Hul I Pullew B Snwvs en Iau N Leonard E hbroartx L Nlern F urth rou N ttltl We el C S a R Han en H Dane D Bexar F 'Ha tm B Lanmn R Banke J Dlhblee L Sllllth C Codvsxn J '. -.B'g. . Hg .. s.D' S.. . .' ssf' N12 .' Fi '-. . R . J. Cl ' . J. J ans. P. 1 r lt. . . . A ' 5 . f. . Le' B. McGowan, G. Nleyexs. .Second mu'-D. Durand. J. Frittf. A. Nluller. Pettit. C. Marehall Ni, . ' ' '7 . 6 ' f 2 it. . Q. A-d K. N S. .L . . . N V ' . A 5. 0 S' J. ' ig . '. h uf . S . . ' S. . j , ., 5 , . ' g. . . ' , N. Q ' . y. " . STUDENT 0BIENTATION COMMITTEE mt rou L Kallnow ku 'N muxnann N Flatley Nl NN on C Lraun 9 Calder Srvonc w 'NI r1tL 'V r a n awen ur e J Shepherc R Wa ner Turf rou. B lurn J Nlumhan J NanTwle J Baellr C Jack un I- lurchet ACTIVITY COMMITTEE Grnnlx erond rou NI e Q-ln Cl d 4 Frazer P Nlexe lx Bruin Nl l'rn1 H Nharrxner Fix '-. " Sl ' 'ils. . .QV I ro -. . F". ., Huge. J. P ttersfn. I.. iH ' s. K. B g ss. . w . 'g . IAI First row-B. Eveland. J. Athena. P. Dunning. .-X. Nlangles. J. Nleehan. IJ. Streexer, I.. Lnber C. ' sj. S 'i, . ,-Xlyssi. Nl. KI E. N14-5 'l.. N. Twgars. Q, , , f 'fl RESERVE FUND COMMITTEE st rou NI er r n F Arnu NI Nlcfroartw Sllllllll mu B Stone P Pennw J Warrmer J Rledell P Hennn was LEADERS WORKSll0P xr.-X, nold o Durant B Nlclnwan NI hen Yhm ru l Jac on D Bradley K Qmythe B Ienneux ,J 2 . L. . Nlill .G. Cave .V ,.. ld .R., .1 , Q . i . . Q . ' . . ' . . 'g ' , y I M 19 ,-Q 1? gql'4,,,, If P F- 9 First row-XI. Peabody. C. Craven. J. Diblmlee. K. Hulwl. J. Frilts. Svrmxzl raw--l.. Harding. E. :Kr . F. B n . . . 1 ' . . . Dil- . K. lnce. S. Graf. ' ' f 0 '-Q. ' ks . P. T. A. BOARD Kneeling-G. Gehrig. J. White. A. Schmitt. First row-I. Coughlin. J. Gooch. C. Lazio, V. La- Cattuta. Mrs. Spiers. Second row-T. Dugun, F. Pederson, J. Cashman, J. Marshall. l lION0ll SOCIETY Fzrst row E Kable L Sherry D Webber C LHZIO NI Strong Mr Mmer M Mlller Miss Eaton M McCroarty G Craven C Nebel P Fealy P Schoefer Second row S Graf M Wllson N Mould V LaGattuta T Tsongas R Rubsell M Peabody K Frank Thrrd row K Lathrop K Holbt S Mount G Wmgate B Jennmgs J Shepherd D Bradley K Smythe M Dlneen C Crnmsley N Burge J Gordon J Dlttmer C Pashley Fourth row B Lemleux R Bankee P Haeffner W Mxller H Mxller J ONe1ll F Bnller N 9' ,pl s . 37 f l 'l B. Mahland., P. lflunning. J. Botter, K. Faulghnor, J. Warriner,AB. Arnold, L. Harding, M. LCODHIE LIBRARY STAFF ffm! mu'--H. Baixler. ll. Bwvkletl. Nli-X Crab- tree. Nli-5 Nlarvial. NI. Bryan. ,l. Xi'.,.,1.Svmrzd row-XI. Bryan. XI. Prufevt. ,l. Wlvlf. I.. Plan- sun. Third mu'-N. Tfargaris. ,I. Str-hle. R Sillnway. D. Beyer. P. Naylor. P. Finnegan. STUDENT STORE fx . '- Q A 1 . X 2-3 --+ V l'1r.st rvu- J. f,urLI4m. .l. lllttmer. fpfgyfciffbf xl. xifcp.-..r.m'. MOTION PICTURE 0PERATORS rst rou'--D. litlwarda Swronrl ron'--H. Sperling. R, Rheul. Miss Harcial. L. Plansun. T. 0'Dwyer. D. NIc'Dm1g1ner. R. Prvrler. Third rou' D. Brashears. J. Moore. R. Silloway. R, Svhweizer. 86 LOST AND FOUND Fin! ruu'-- Ui-N Snyder. N. 'I'-aggarix. H. Halver- tnan. Y. l.enna ll FIRE PATROL Firxt mu' B. Flannery. F. Tantilln. Serum . B. llilllneier. .l. Nlt'Bride. NI. Kelly li. Berglnnzl. Tl1ffl1fU1L"'S. O'Keefe. R. Finley C. Spurr. H. Davies. l"P FRENCH SERVICE COUNCIL ffm! r0u'fP. Nlcflaukin. F. Bnndurant. His, Eaton. E. Kalmle. .l. Cnrclnn. S4-r-and row-- NI. Dalzell. XI. Xlcfxllister. K. Nl-auf. I.. Sherry. J. Glacier. S. Emerson. N. 3IvCagney. Third row4B. Drew. P. Grant. J. Nlcllinnif. S, Nintz. J. Potter. NI. Peabody. E. Maxwell. X. Schu- 87 man. B. Taeifner. B. Pettit. J. Watts. nm' .l. Wurxllall. N. Scully. R. Nlentzinger d eC0n xsof' edefo UB xx W' , 1 T Kev' TU' CLQcuXXw Cs xiggdey D N x in guberl X R Ui Uefnhngau R Rheu U P C L Nhna W X x shi! C VN WL xx L Vow F fs MX 3 r0'L I BUTI H1 'V B cUI1lerK ost Qu nn 'N Kunzman J Fr t BurgeQs D Dalfe ,I Vau Rlchze Tlzzrd row P Roo P mf N Bfllante Scrond Ser on as 4 ean S Johngon C Wm nc-y D Razor T dwards W Vxller C Udrshall ,I Klebew . .5 . 1 ' Q.. ' iA,fT.TF S S-A , V 11 I. l'Y'1X,, ,uw-VJI. Nolte. K. , 1 . i . A '. ' , . its, B. e ', A '. - . 1 rou'--XI. ,V : 'S . '. L . . L ll. .. . . T. Ts ,g ', S. .VL N , f. A - xare..".' N, ,. '..E ,. ,. M 81,0 14 T STAFF rd, gn ff 11 1 lem win aailly W Hrrlner lx Hcfr lclifftvw Film I 6 I nl Qkl F 'Uexander On S :Her Ian 0 Third ro lffllfd H I '74 Rah 'T aramxd U N Schuman 7? I N ll Nxephen j Nuuth R Wflwber X anne C Naam Ni Dmeen C Brown I Xan P Dunmn L QXeLak D Ruhw I ASTTUHTU lrmt rou P fraxe NK econzl rou. P ermxm D Reuckert NK Fnu X1 ht ann Thlrd rou, J Lhapm X Nhrmdt Fjrh f' f 1-, " Cuc'-I en' f-'-1'XfiZ"- 13 .C.'v4, ' ' lg . . N3 3,1 U jf, Q y h lu- L, F" 'f.l 's .A.. ' s. .Q ' . . '- .f.Y' zl1.N' '. -mv--1-'CY S 'f.T .L '.A.E,' .- .. ".-.E'w.C.L'.'. ' V3-1--' -- ' NEWS X W1 GERMAN 1 BR r din N 1 k K ex 1 D wh en 1 X X T NXuuXd Xl rhaaelxxlyxx N Dunsh O 110 XX Bn an 1 V 1 FIE :nt mu 1111111 1 11 111 1 1 1 ' N Rdllkk' !"3S,Ax tar fum r Pllll ru 1 1 D Bm 19111 I A 3 -AA, .1 X X 4 1 ' I I .,11. 'P A V 5.1, -Und Ill XX 'fxffx' ', ', ax' , ,N ' 01f"' - ' Q hx Z " 3 'Ku I 1 I 3 x E" 1 xx S11 f F. ' P, Ter A '.S.1I1rd 11. J. S1 Atl. B. W'll'a111-. I. f' k. Sv- I uw- Xlr. ll 11. R. ' -. B. SI le. NI. Cillflllifll. I.. Hklnf. T. Tm11ga-. , '-I "N f '1 rn lyllallanlll-'f' gfJ'Alry1,ki. H F1 i . r . wht, 4 K 'anlivry K ' ' " nd6rsrm'. HULL fl Q Y. Xlkli ll- Haig , -asage. L. BI.. W If zx. N. Wirlljgh- B, Winkler. Calder. gp. I rou'--B, Cra'Ufll Sue, C H A N T E C L E R im! rou'-E. Kallle. Nlrf. Nlemuli. l.. Hauling. B. Bullan. Swond mu:-C, Favci. xlPQllllk8H. F. Arnold. Nl. Dalzell. J. Weigel. P. Healy. C. Lazio. A. Anderson, Third row Nl. Peabmly. Nl. Xluxil. GERMAN CLUB UN! V014 1 N 111111f mu llQ xen 1 an 1 1 1 11111 1 IX I N1e111 A Ifli r1111 1 ll 111 1 IITII III x I Nha er 1d4 FV r r 1111r Illll Pr 1 Ilf' Fl dll XII We t11I11Ien FRENCH CLLB r e111 If rr 111 H11 1 r111 II 1 1 r- r- Ilfl r1111 ll IIFTIIETI 1 1 ll errx 1 If 1 111 s N ll 1111 1- 1rf'111er 11 1 ll 11 1 I 111re1 F' 1' 'V--II. IIIPIIICIII. Ii. G11I1ILe. II. Xlut-111. H. II11II. KL. Ix11-111g. T. I.i111Ie1111111II1. Q11 --- I.. Be - tl. II. H' ks. XI. C631-1. Ii. Iie gl I. N. NI1111II. II. IJl4Q'IIf'T. H. If er. .. ' eI' Th' '-T. I"a1I1ifI1. IT. Re11c'I1-rt. Y. IJ11 I 1. S. OIR:-1. II. Z . I'. xI4ll 11. '. .I I . N. S4'IIllll' 'I1 . II. .I11I111-Hn. 'If Nlme. I. IIaeI1. F th Nlr. I' IxIl1N. .I. NI1-ff11111eIl. H. lla A N. IX. Will '. IP. 11111111-II. H. NI11el11'I1. II. RI11-11I. Ii. Ifr' L. Il. He, II, II11I-I. I'. H N 1 . II. N11-11ILi11uc'r. T f'I1'.sl r1111 II. Iliff I1f1. NI. I.r1111a1'1I. I'. N11-Q'Iki11. X. Nl K. II11g1'w. X. I 1. 4. Ii 11-1'N1111. XI. XXiIIie. 5111111111 11111 P. Il1411111Il. .I. 5I1e1I11-1'I. IJ, II2lIl II. NI. I'1-11I1111I1. If. I.z1A111 I, Weig I. XI. IQil111'111i111. XI. II11f1I. II. Pettit. Tl I ,I. KIHIIIII. .I. NI1-111111-. IJ. NI. II111II3'. XI. XI1"XIIiQIPr. NI. IJQILPII. I.. II111'1Ii1111. 5. IIIYIII. K, I11'11. F. XI4'I.f'illl. .I. XIII 51-r III IIIIQLIICN. I.. 5I1 Y. Igll F111 Il 114-V II. Ilrev. I'. fir I ' I. XI. N1 . I. XI t. ll. 5a"i. IQ. XI11x ell. X. X11IerN1111. I. I'11tIe1'. N. SI1111111111. If II11111I11rz111t. XI. 4L11I1Ik1-. ,I. .1 ll'P .I. XX'1111N. SPANISH CLUB r r rr rn Pa 16X 1 T 111 1 el ll ICIIII X If! fllll 1' I N I' I II nur 1 mu BJIIIXY F ms.,114I I Tl 'NIPP JULNALISM CLUB 1 Q N111 fum ru II Lirx I'Ic- x1111 111 1 r s ll 1 s 11n mu I X P I IIS I ll I ll IPI I FIA! 4114- P. 'IxPI'IllIIII. 5. .I1v1'4I1111. Sw fm' 14'---NI. IIHHII1. Ii. 4511 NI-N e 1I 11, Will" x. N. Xmrj. TI1' 1 ' IQ. X6-NxIIlillII'. H. SIFIIIIE. Il. Re'II,'. I.. PIIXI1-f. II. T11 5. IlII11r111i11i. IQ. XXI gnu-. T. 'I14111g11x. F If ' ,I. SIIIIIII. II. ' ' 5. .. I-II " S. F. Y ' I.. Illlll. T T L ml run' II, .IUI111-1-11. N. H111'ur'. I. 'xTlIlLiIlI. I". XXrigI1t. S. I.11I.11wsIxi. II. 5t1111Ivy. I. I'f4Iu111'1I-. I' I'iri'k'1'. 5. .'1 1IIr1', Sw' I 11' II. IIIIQIIC-. IJ. 1111 11It. XI, II11Iv. NI. fi' er. P. il rIP. I' Ha, 1 I, S If1 1:-1'-1111. X. H1-xg II. ff111111try1111111. I,. XXI NI111'. 7'l'l ' If, I'fr11ftm1. I,. Ii11'r1. ,l. I,LlNl' II -ef. I". IILIIIQIII. II. SVI als. I'. SIIIII. IJ. Re 1 '. II. I.c-11. 'If NI11'g11111. r X M MH .1111 ,u X1 N ner .x .nu .1 NX mm X nd! rm.u11 1 11 XX 1X 11 1111 1 Xrnu M MMM W MTH rf x , , N V, X gn N 1 111 U Uxiiexxderimr 111 1 Fl 1 1 ix Nmlhe X NMR r mth Y M WN U Xxkm 11 X N 111 X Yam e IXXX U Xamh 11 111 V I N wxrx XX hue X' 1 Kern MAS QUERS CLUB 111 1316 ll f 1 an 1 Ww111.111 11, 'H F011 Pa " fl 1x xl er 71 1 1 ma d rms 4 1111 Hman UNH 1 r lf' B "Hex lmrret fum mu D Pr A R 1 N r ll B Ilexcntl B I F fd J' V Hd dn ll ,X Lulu M 'xl 1-A g flak lrgur. ,I. llixliull. Svrmirl mu' ll. llejulin. N Suliutnulwr. B. Ilurvllers. C. l.i:t. R. Werner. 'l'l1inl mu' ll. lieyerz Nl. Nlwvtle-y. RADIO CLUB in! mu' l'. Langnmre. QX. Gartner. ,l. l'. St-liueller. ll, Aitken. STAGECBAIT T First row-.l. Cmwli, C. Yernla. l.. Olller, Xl. Mt'Cruarty. Nlount. Nl. Fritz. Xl. Ceisen NI. Suliultz. Swwuzzl ruw--A. Lee. S. Stiltz. ll. Reuckert. E. MvNeil. J. Oliernmlurfer. XI. A. Klein B. Flower. E. Yates. P. Nh-Cullum. G. Ferram. Nl. Wilson. Thin! row-J. Meehan. l'. Harrnwei J. Pisciotta, P. Diebold. B. Lane, C. Sacci. L. Xlcleud. M. McLean. J. Haune. K. O'Day BIOLOGY'LAB ASSISTANTS irst mu'---l.. lixan-. I.. Hklnf. Nlifx Nlerrill. fl. Lazio. . Fnlythe. Sfwwrzrf mu' Nl. Fritz. f.. l'aahIvy. B. Shvxme. K. l.uIl1rup. I.. Knlinuw-Li. B0YS9BI0L0GY CLUB Firsf mu' f-lf. Nullcr. Ur. Walter. F. l.eh1nann. Swwzfl run' .l. Kullrert. P. llulxer. U. l'.1iwardQ. GIRLS,BIOLOGY CLUB First mu'---S, jurelnn. S. llurdun. P. Dunning. J. Uanue W. Wulf. ,l. Hartmann. Nlixs Nlerrill lseatedi. KNITTING CLUB lfirxt mu' ll. Frylrf-rg, ll. Levi-. 'Xliws llagemlurn, .-K. X lagliato. N. xlffillliilllh. Sl'l'UHIl mu' ll. Fluwer. Xl. X KI:-in. S. Flalley. l., Thurnlvy. NI. Xlvlean. lIOME EC. CLUB hrs! mu' -D. Lapellu. Nl. llall. Nlrf. Dull. D. VH-st. S. Emersnn, Svrnrzrl mu'-F. .-Xlverez. ll. Wvhite, T N. Neaher. PlIOTOGBAPllY CLUB First nur -K. lluhlke. Nlr. lllllllllllgllldlll. li. Winkler ' ' N Wil lr ' N: ' ly. xtxlffblllllff. . . Ike. lx. wlrlg. B. lnurwl. PIIILOSOPllY CLUB st rou'-V-B. llmxlwrm. J. Dexter. ll. Bogart. ll. Nlcliane. Swami row!-X. Peckham. P. Heming udx Xlrf. ,-Xnkeny. NI. Prosek. J. Slehle. EXCHANGE STUDENTS l'1l'.if mu' Nl. Nllller. li. l.1xer. Nl. Cilurmini. Sf'I'0l1l1 rowgll. Webber. P. Svhoefer. FOREIGN POLICY ASSOClATION firm! run' IJ. Nlulln-r. ll. Hemlcr-nn. Nlr. We-Ilnn B Ilrelxer. ,l. Luvvi. Swmnl mu'--iQ. Saxage. ll. Bu er! S. Oliwer. B. Hasenyager. J. Dexter, GAVELIERS First row-J. Thomas. P. Booth. Nl. Golilke. G. Cooner. B. Clement. Second row-.l. Crizziam. .l. Waits P. Flflegan- J. Clark. B. Hall. Nlr. Steinberg. BOYS'AND GIRLS' STATE D. Allin. K. Lathrop. C. Nelmel. FUTURE TEACHERS 0F AMERICA Firx! mu'-Nl. NiL'Croarty. E. Nlelin. Nl. Bmmtll. B. Lemieux. J. llittmer. F. Pederson. J. Armani. Seroml row--G. Neswlliauf. D. Diffenderfer. J. Pater-un. fl. 0'Cunnell. l.. Nluller. Y. Lallaltuta. J. Gurdon. NI. Geisen. Third row--NI. Reilly. J. Prybylski. Xl. Nlusil. K. Holst. Nl. Klein. 5. Flatley. J. Dilihlee. J. Fritts. NI. Dineen. B l 99 BR CLUB IMI run III I 1 H1 IDGE X? T if i N ul CHESS CLUB ITS! wwf ll. B R. Ruller. S. Mm armour. Nlr. Walter ngert. P. Navh SVVOIIII ,. . l. llem 1I'lgIW2ij'. HUNTING AND FISIING CLUB IFNI ron 1 1 N1 er r nnm am ' 5 Slfrwlrf mu 101 Nld lanlxa x Ff' '-.l. ,lamwlvm ll. .1111 . Nl . l X Cu Aglll . l. fteflls. '-- R ll. U' "6-. K. Fark. R. Nlnl' l. B. .K K N ,. xi ' . -- X 6 . ' . I 'l ' H. - Xl. xli14'N2llllLll'l1.C. Grim-ley. lx. lillllflilv. X, X14 Q1lf'N. ll. lf lanfl. Nwrrlf 'Il' l'l. l"rl4'l4v. lf. X. xlll'I'Nllll. .l. Kluum. l.. llutll. mt . D 1 fr. Z. Zangza row--IJ. Hemlerwn. J Du-xter. ll. Palrxtx. .l. Nlmfre. l' an. li. lla-mlya-'er J CONCERT ClIOIR TROJANAIRES I' st r0u'-- B. Stwne. bworzrf row- B, rllll. lt. I' R B Ianmn-f. lx Prank B. F1Ich.J, Baehr B Qull GEE CEE GENTS CELESTONES KI we dw .. 'ww GIBLS'CHORUS X 9 XQ J I' --2 ,, x ' 5 ann: 0RCHESTRA GlRLS'CHORUS N., !"'4u,,1' COLOR.GUARD 1 IH tbl lb Hitt s..J-1,,,.x,i-R-X '14,,,1... TROJANETTES a IDHI e T Fmu e D Cre mrx B Rule L Benmer T zr rou Baa Weber L Benesenlx I lrmn B lorn P Naxlor B Hecht D Sher 1 XX, HX v"'- A, I . rl ll' , , Xf . I1 XXX -al. Nl. Ku! . ll. Prem Il. J. Cuch. N. Flian, it XX -A Aff V1 1 First rowvi Oliver. S. Ire-dell. P. Dunning. NI. Norman. Second row-NI. Bryan, H. Bfisler 1.11 S' 's.D.W4st. . . 5. . gr.: . . . ' . h'd '49 lS..l. Q . N x 'Nxt v., . .k-, 6 n. ff G f 9L. is Q gr Y W B V v J. w X W gf 9 O :I tx W if 'X ' I . . 4 ,w!, 1 'n X- g I ' ng Yr Q NN QXK 14-Jgeqf' If A -Q , 5 1 .X A ' .Affylz I 41,2166 X kxvk M g flaw 1 Qi 33' if ' ' 4 I 8 'E' 'f Wa ,E mx 5' E5 ,.. , -r s -Q rs I , ,La X ,f T N., 0 -'F fkwf- LV 5 9 ff. Q Q '," "W-:'9 R , 4 Q s . , 'S x x - I -- I" V 's-X 1 QV? ,xgk ggi 47' KX F ff 1? qi H it K I-.H , . X if ,yy -V as, - w XX . 'x if 'sf 0' fn W V ,. 5 I if A .,, xt 1 M K 'W u , ,K 5 if ag 'X 1 z ,Q xnixxl f H A A 11" x I 1 '. V ., 331194 r lhud' lb- ,g-aug. xellllls W AN S 4 'll fha, rmsr 55225511 y MN Q29 shea an 0, 08 lsrmtmc GA M ES assign 21 Q eg fl M Pace G C Socceryxz 9 YS' 'GX' S95 yr GSX C9 O9 crvzev T X 2 10 '0 Sh W lzrgmconquer P 6 l' 'S 0 ooters YW' X Q' 04' rt 5' 1 3 0 Q X31-SYS 13 XBV: W Y xx X gr CYAN W5 r 0, 06: 47 N2 Q9 " 45' r 'dd Troiao Harriers 69 6,3 Suiier kt Loss NSA he F Golfers Foresee l i ol' Vrctorious Year ,G H' ' . f I' . - 6' f' y . . If ' f . , , '5 'gk B, ierrafo, iller BYNGY - Arbo , 5 in Tfcrckmen T enmg Win - 911' Y .5 'N b 96 1, . 5 o,, r. is . 1 5 9 '10 .' I W 3 . -xx . - 6 NM A, X N . B 0 J, G 99 . - KN' .r ' "' Fzrst row B Fltzhugh J Egdorf VC Nllller P Haeffner Nl -Xllan -X Nluller F 'Nlastm D LaRocca C Nebel .Second row D Plath ,l Eklof W Lannlng B Blll B Pxrrmann D Sayer J lVIcCleerv K Klrhy D Mlm D Ellls Nsst Coach E Cerun Coaeh W Km Third row E Koem Dlvk Whitfield B Bourchers G Ferraro P Trede F Huber J Bally F Tantlllo .l Pru mack T Opllnger ,l Nladl FO0TBALL The 1956 football squad, under the dlrectlon of coaches Vvarren Klng and Erwln Cerung went through the season undefeated tymg Westbury for the North Shore Champlonshlp On suc CCSSIVC Saturdays, the team rolled over Port Washlngton South Slde Oceanslde. Hlcksvllle West Hempstead Great Neck Manhasset and Roslyn In the process of wmmng these games the team scored 32 touchdowns as agalnst 6 for thelr opponents Although much of the teamls success may be attrlbuted to the great team effort, there were a few plat ers who stood out Co captams Harry Mlller and Pete Haelfner, along wlth backs Dlck Whltheld and Bob Plrr mann, and lineman Bob Blll and Warren Mlller, recen ed all stholastlc honors from varlous news papers The standouts were lmemen Blll Lannmg, Ken Klrby Eugene Koemg Dlck Sayer, Bob Fltzhugh and Frank Huber, and backs Al Muller Dlck La Rocca Cars Ferraro Dlck Alho and Mlke Allan Smce most of the outstandmg players were semors, Coach Kmg faces a blg rebulldmg task for next year although he w1ll have se'erans Huber Trede Whrtfleld Ferraro Flannery La Rocca and Prusmack to bulld h1s team around ,. I L ,W , . i 4 . . , . . - . , . , . . . . ..., , .. . , . , . . ' , . . ' 4 - 1 . , . , . , . , . S . . . ,, . , . . . . . . .. . g. . g, . . . s '. . Y . . . gan. GARDEN CITY 25-PORT WASHlNGTON 0 Dick Allio opened up the team's scoring with a three-yard run. This T.D. was followed by a 31-yard aerial from Pete Haeffner to Frank Huber. In the third quarter Dick LaBocca scored from the four-yard line. The final score came on a 19-yard pass from Haeffner to Huber. GARDEN CITY 22-SUUTII SIDE 0 In their next game, the Trojans rolled over South Side. Bob Pirrmann scored twice for Gee Cee and Dick Whitfield added another to make the score 20-0. Then Pete Trede broke through the line to nab a South Side back in the end zone for a safety and the final two points. GARDEN CITY 13-OCEANSIDE 6 This was the game of the year for the team as they defeated a highly touted Oceanside team 13-6. Pete Haeffner passed to end Warren Miller for the first touchdown. Haefiner then raced five yards for the final score. An outstanding defense, particularly the individual performances of Bob Bill and Harry Miller, enabled the Tro- jans to contain Oceanside,s backfield stars. GARDEN CIY 26-HICKSVILLE 0 Garden City scored its fourth victory in suc- cession by subduing a spirited but outclassed Hicksville eleven. Gary Ferraro, Mike Allan and Dick La Rocca scored for Gee Cee and a Haefiner to Miller pass was good for the fourth touch- down. 01 -k Q' rs, pl-555' ' v 'A JA f ' 52: -' S . M3 0 GARDEN CITY I9 GREAT NECK 0 In thelr next Dame the team trounced a hx hlx re arded treat Neck Squad ly a 190 cole Onte again Dlck Whltfield led the team on offene by scorln twso touchdowns Dlck La Rocca added the final score for Carden Clty The ahlllty to stop the Blazers can he attrlbuted to the terrlhr lme play e peclally that of VVa1ren MlllCl who blocked a kuk and made sexeral key tackles GARDEN CITY 21 WEST IIENIPSTEAD 6 Carden Clty handled the West Hempstead Rams Wlth0Ut too much dlfliculty Dlck Whltfield passed to end Frank Huber for one touchdown and also ran 24 yards for the other one Dxck la Rocca added the thlrd and final score for the Trojans GARDEN CITY 40-VIANIIASSET I2 The Trojans swamped thelr tradltlonal rn als as they ran up a 260 lead by the end of the first quarter Frank Huber lntercepted two passes and ran them back for touchdou ns Other scores were made by Dlck Alllo Dxck W hltfleld Dlck La Rocca and Pete Haeifner The two touchdowns scored by Manhasset marked the first and only tlme durlng the season that a team scored more than one TD a alnt the Trojan defense GARDEN CITY 38 RDSLYN 7 In the hnal game of the season Carden tnty mauled Roslyn Bob Plrrmann who had been mjured durmg much of the season sparked the Trojans wlth scorlng runs of U0 40 and 20 yards D1ck Whltfield also scored on jaunts of 64 and .30 yards Sophomore John Balley ended the scoring for the season as he galloped 30 yards for the flnal touchdown of the year O 'KAL 119' Y' mtv .1 rst ron NI loonew B re1 1 n u 1 1o Sava e P Ke 1 l' Bri Cf or E ntke T atlex T e tr 11 I'lxn Seton row R Nletz B 1 ther lx t1llte J Beher P Remdel Y lm H Dane R Nloelnh H Barne T Perez Wmch Coat l1 J1111 Nt en Tlnrd row I Nlor an B Qoul an J Clark T Falnch D N111er nnahan Nl 9 has fer B Barn1o11r J 0 Ne1ll li lowell Fourth row N Hatchell u l1 T 11 xll6l B Jmhn l ll B Drew W Nlataules J Lehman K Lunnm 13111 oudlera t 1 on e tts K Hflll o L Her 1n tl ll Rout SIILCIB Thl xear s sotcer squad 111et wlth onlx 111ed1otre suceess xx h1le Ltjlllplllll a -I 4 2 I8LOI'll ln then 0pCIllIlg game the Trojans defeated Great Neck 2 l Fred Hrlller a11d John Cun Illll ham tallled for Garden Lltx III then set ond .une the seore 11 as reversed as tl1e hooters lost to Port Vta l1lIlUl0Il Hank AIJJU suned for Gee Lee Tl1e filst llOlIl6 game was mth Manhasset a the Trojans plaxed the lI1Cll3Hi to a 1 l tle lxen C1lkes seored the onlx goal for coach J1111 Steen 2 Char 'es ln the11 next a111e the team outtlassed Hlclx xllle by a Z 0 count lxen Gllkes a11d Fred Brlller stored for bee Cee UIKHDLIIIA M1 am-wt' wfffiffifsf xv! .nf ,gwfgdwfis +int E H A W- Jwlff, 2 1- 401 4' 9, 153 -4 1,-'SAT414-Qq,fi'x,sr:: f 1+ 5' X 'S' I yay, 4 YYNL Qs' I V A ' lm, . 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H .Y V f ll rf ,f f The team played well IH thelr next ame a they defeated Glen Cove 20 Tony Vlmch and Fred Brlller tallled for the team as they had llttle trouble wlth the Covers The next ame ended rn a 1 l tle mth power ful Westbury as Cary Savage scored the only goal m a hard fought and exutmg game Carden Clty lost a 1 0 heart breaker to a good Sea Chff team The game was a scoreless affalr untll a Sea Chff man broke loose to score on a deflected shot In the folloulng game Carden Clty was elnm nated from the league race by Great Neck as they lost 3 2 The teams goals were scored by John Cunnlngham and Jerry OlNe1ll The Trojans played one of their best ames of the year when they beat Manhasset 3 0 Harold Arbo Tony Wmch and Gary Savage scored for C C In the last game the team lost to Port Wash mgton by a 3 0 count At the end of the season Captaln Fred Brlller and yumors Hank Arbo and Harold Barnes were selected as all scholastlc players Coach Steen has a bxg rebulldmg job on h1s hands m IC placlng such key players as Kelly Cunmn ham Rasor Say age and Brlller The team should show a marked lmprove ment next year TENNIS The Fall Tennis squad successfully defended its North Shore Tennis Championship for the third season in succession. By going undefeated. Coach Noel Corbridge's netmen extended Gee Cee's winning streak to 42 wins in a row. with the last defeat dating hack to the playoffs in N53 against Great Neck. Coach Corliriflges able veterans. Bob lVlahland and "Duke" Doug- las. juniors. and senior Row Bankes. who cap- tained the team. sparked the team to its suc- cessful season The team actuallx lost a matmh to CICHI Neck hut due to the rulmv which pre xents a team from using a plaier under lv years of age. Great Neck was forced to forfeit this match hecause they had used a freshman who was only li years old. The team will lose seniors Row Bankes and Pete Schoefer hut will retain a great pair of players in lloli Mahlancl and "Duke" Douglas while other returning xeterans Coach Corliridge will rely on will be john Schmauss. john Druck- lieh and Kris Holst. Once more. Great Neck li ures a- the team to heat but foach Cllllllflffe is known for his resourcefulness and should come up with an other powerhouse for next xear Ttlll ll zrst rou Kllftflllb Tou la R Banke Nlahlanrl Second row .l Tllltlllas l Dfuckllel' Wrl ht r COI'DI'lll e Third rou lx Hol brasbur er K lohllxe D Rex ,wif iff' :Q s M K MV ' I P 4 i 1 A .. C .Q , Y . J - A . ,l F - - 1 - I: ' lj L Y . 1 Y Th 4 T' ' ji YV V' yr ' i Y xl Vx 1 X I F' 5 . ., ' nfw. I g s, . ' s. . ' ' . 1 - is - Y' 1 F. 'g,x1.. 'g. ' sI.F.'.s g, -1 '-- - ' . if I 1 i , it, .I F y K T ffl ' .Kv'l.'A' K . s 6 9 ' K vk.f I - I ' A . .,,, 2,4 .,g.,grf- 'Af ,V " . ' ,. ., '. ' 3 ' .7 . fy, " r sf ' .V 1 -. . ,.-. H., .QL 'I ' K- I K .. lr, I .. L I Jiligk l . t . : VW i' K V X -' Q-1 lrfiifw -ff F' it i-D, B ar. D. Berger. K. Boyle. B. Yates. Second row-Coach Willis Slocombe. B. Klelgly.ni3li Julinstctih, C. Marshall. Third row-C. Crossharcl, D. Greene, S. OKeefe, .l. Marshall. CIl0SS-CIIUNTRY The Cross-Country team. which had won the North Shore Crown for three years in succession, suffered an injury to its star runner. thus handi- capping the team greatly in its defense of the championship. Keating Boyle. the diminutive speedster. suffered a leg injury in the middle of the season. killing off any aspirations that Coach Willis Slocomhe might have had for another championship team. The squad had a good 3-1 record up to the time of Boyle's injury. but after the loss of their key runner. the team enjoyed only moderate success. Coach Slocombe had fine runners in Boyle, Bill Yates. Bruce Johnston, Dave Berger. Don Beyar and Carl Crosslmard, and the team should show a marked improve- ment next vear. XY! ,- D 116 'men' r u 1 lo e x Nllller R Banlxe P Hamlner Ilfldllll. ac h lll Steen J lonahue R Nletf l er ro 1 nd ou llu T P The baalcethall team led bx the colorful lc-te lxellx won the Central DIXIQIOH lhamplon hlp of the North Shore The teamQ oxerall record for the Qeaaon was thlrteen mms aa 34 amat four defeata The team opened up the Qeaion bx coppmg thelr hrat Qexen conteQtQ ln the Hrst game the Trojani were led bx ,lumor Bob 'Vlahlanrl who QC0I'6d 24 pomta Can Ferraro tallied lt pomt III the teama next frame as the Qquacl don ned a good Hlekeulle flse Led hx Ferralo who ome more Qcored lt pomta the team had no troulwle IU clefeatlnv Nlanhaaeet Great Netlt ua the next xletlm ae the COllllJlflHl10Yl of lxellx antl Nlahlancl who Qcored 41 pomti between them prowefl to be too much far the Bla7erQ ln then Hnal pre cllx 151011 race warm up the team Qnamped a haplew Eaat Rogkauax Hse ln thelr flrt leavue game the team meat ROQlxn ai Bob Wlahland led the max xuth ZZ pomtQ Carle Place uae the next team to fall before the Trojana Pete Kellx talllecl ZZ pomte for Gee flee BASKI THAI I S' -N, Xlulle. J. fl nningllan. D. A-Xlll . P. K llg. ll. . ' . . ' s. . ' 'l . Sr ' 1' f-Co ' Jn f . . l . . , 1. F ra . B. Hal la . U. D glaa F. Iver, il. :X lo. Y 4 v u , X n . 4 A A k X W . -. L 8 . X Q V -. . . , wx. e P - , ' , ' C . -- . l 1 " Y ' S w - ' - I A I v , 1 A x. 4' 4 ' S C r , ' 1 Glen Cove handed Garden Clty nts fnrst defeat of the season as they trlumphed 51 42 The team suffered lts second defeat ln a row as they lost thelr first league encounter to Westbury by a 58 54 margln Pete Kelly led the team s scorers wxth 22 pomts Comm out of thelr doldrums they walloped Sea Chff as Kelly s 28 pomts proved to be the de ldlng factor The team went on to wm the dnxslon tltle by scormg consecutive vlctorle ox er Carle Plane Westbury Sea Cllff and Roslyn ln lea Je games and Great lXeck and Manhas et m non league tllts After wlnnlng the dlvlslon Cl'l3lllplOl'lShlp the squad ment on to play 1n the County Champlon shlps They lost a heartbreaker to Levlttoun by a 16 12 count Pete Kelly led the team wlth 31 polnts but they couldnt contaln 66 Gene Flem who scored 38 polnts Coach Steen has a rebulldmg task on hu hands Wlth the loss of Kelly who was one of the best players 1n the hlstory of the school and such able veterans as Pete Haeffner Ross Bankes Harry Mlller John Cunningham Al Muller and Dlck Alllo the team may lack depth for next season Most of the scoring punch should come from Bob Mahland Gary Ferraro and Duke Douglas BASKETBALL SCOREBOAllD Oceanslde Manhasset Great Neck East Rockaway Roslyn Carle Place Glen Cove Westbury Sea Chff Great lNeLk Carle Place Manhasset Westbury Qea Chff Roslyn Levlttown OPP V , I G. C. . V . . 59 ' 53 F 'F V , .1 70 Hicksville 63 . l ' , . , ,, 56 33 1 y 70 65 ' '. . . 71 31 l ' T9 32, ' . . ' 61 T 42 ' 42 51 . . ' V 54 53 7 . . 1 ' 60 ' 43 s . T . ' 69 51 6 ,, s 53 56 ' 65 48 82 c ' 64 34 77 72 ' 76 Illfllll, 1: lam anmx 1 er Saxa e B Lemleux F Ruatmann cndrlk on 1 IUIEI' tmzzluzg B ate er er te e anon tan IL durf B Rheul F Lehmen G Terrs P Pappa B Rlclnter 9 Bull led hx Captaln WHITGII 'Nllller the sueetlmg team non thlee of elexen matches durmg the 19161901 Calllpalftl -Xfter IOQIHU' their firt two matche uhlch were fouvht ulthout the Qeruees of thelr cap ta1n the team defeated Great Neck 2215 In thell next xlctorx ox er Hlekaxllle the hots came from an 00 dehut to Garner 21 polnts H1 Que Ce lon sxlnnlnv 21 18 Althouvh the team loat to Bethpave Warren Nllller defeated the re nouned bchlaxetta 43 The final uetory over Weatlmuxx ua net 61 m doubt as elffht urestlerq utr xlttu n tue X nth Num Chunplunwhxp CPIUII IUIIICIQ mound up xsltl tllee flllalliti Sax 1 .4 uatman fb am N1 Cl 164 In the mot ttxtlllll match of the toulnament Mlller won the champumahlp 111 hw Class B- "' Front row, lfneelirig-A. Boehmer. ll, Boehm. J. Hicks. B. Creighton. li. Koenig. Second row. standing-B. Till. B. Johnston. Coach R. Cunningham. ll. Hanson. B. Kelly. f' I U RIFLE BIIWLING The l950-l95T edition of the Bowling team had a mediocre season. l.ed by Co-captains Dick Hanson and Henry Boehm, the team played along the five-hundred mark all season. Some of the outstanding bowlers were Boehm. Han- son. Bruce Johnston. Eugene Koenig. Bob Creighton and newcomer Joe Hicks. Despite the loss of some of his top bowlers by graduation, Coach Bob Cunningham retains a good nucleus to build his team around for next year. Kneeling-D. Plath. C. Burke. B. Colgan. J. Winkler. T. Moser. N. Winkler. Stanrling-XY Slocombe. H. Davies. F. La Vista. D. Greene. E. Nagel. K. Gohlke. The 1956-1957 Rifle team wound up the sea- son with 3-7 record. The team defeated Man- hasset and Westbury and lost to Westbury by 18 and powerful Chaminade by only 23 points, in their best matches. The nimrods were off to a poor start until the new rifle range was made available on January lst. The team showed a marked improvement during the year and showed excellent prospects for the coming year. Only Frank La Vista and John Mood graduate from this yearis team. Veterans Dick Plath, Ted Moser. Karl Frank, Karl Cohlke and Dan Greene will be returning for next season. Coach William Slocombe can look forward to having a much better squad. There will be good material com- ing over from the junior high school. Front row4C0ach L. Sanford, D. Sayer. A. Muller, R. Nakashian, R. Bankes. J. Cunningham, P. Haeffner, W. Miller. Second row-F. Huber, B. Mahlancl. B. Bill, F. Mayer. .l. Eklof. .l. fa x my 0.5 f 4 . ' H+-+ McCle-ery. D. McClure, F. Briller, B. Frasca. BASEBALL Coach "Skids', Sanford's baseball team got off to a slow start but played well once they got started. Led by Al Muller, Pete Haeffner, Warren 4'Duke" Miller, Bob Bill, Bob Mahland and Ron- ald Nakashian in the field and by pitchers Muller, John Cunningham and Dick Sayer, the team could hardly be classified as a 'gpushoverf' Nakashian was the first baseman, Mahland handled the keystone sack, while Haeffner was at short and Bankes handled the Mhot corner." ln the outfield were "Duke" Miller, Al Muller, who also pitched, Don McClure, Bill Nugent and John Cunningham lalso a hurlerl. Bob Bill took care of the catching. The team's outstanding hitters were Muller, Mahland and Haeffner. First row-K. Cunningham. P. Morrow, S. Hatcllell, T. Morgan. .I. Schmauss. .l. O'Neill. Second row-T. Duffy. B. Creighton. T. Flatley, W. Douglas. K. Boyle. P. Kelly. Coach M. Weiler. GOLF The Golf team. coached by Milton Weiler, fin- ished the season with a highly successful record. Some of the outstanding members were Kevin Boyle, Bob Creighton. Stu Hatchell, Tom Morgan, Bill Lanning, and Tom Flatley. Morgan and Hat- chell. both sophomores. were big surprises to coar-h Weiler as they helped to spark the team. The team suffered their biggest defeat at the hands of a good Glen Cove team by an 8-1 score. The team went on to show good improvement after sustaining this defeat. First row-B. Yates. J. Donohue. B. Fitzhugh. K. Boyle, D. Carlson, H. Miller. F. Rustmann. G. Nebel, R. Lunsford, T. Perez. B. Tacchi. Second raw--P. Powell. E. Donohus. C. .Schenck, M. Ross. M. Schaeffer, K. Conrad. J. McCrossen. P. Trede. C. Batcheler. N. Winkler. Thtrd row- W. Ottoman. J. Drucklieb. L. Darr, B. Hossenyaeger. R. Jones. A. Gardner. J. Winkler. Terry, C. Peiffer, R. Grimes. Fourth row-J. Horton. coach. G. Forster. G. Motz. H. F. Machelli, coach, W. King. SPRING TRACK The spring track squad, coached by lVlr. War- ren King, met with outstanding success. Led by co-captains Bob Pirrmann and Harry Miller, and with the valuable help of Bob Fitzhugh, Jim Donohue, Charlie Schenck, Keating Boyle, Gary Ferraro. George Nebel, Dave Lunceford and Jon Bailey, the team proved to be one of Coach Kingis most powerful squads in recent years. Ferraro, Nebel, and sophomores Loren Darr and George Motz competed in the 100-and 220-yard dashes. John Bailey, Carl Grossbard and Fred Mastin ran the 440. ln the half-mile Dave Lunce- ford, who alternated between the half-mile and mile. and Jim Donohue were the big guns. Keat- ing Boyle was the outstanding miler while Charlie Schenck performed well after being shifted from the 44-0-yard run. ln the 180-yard hurdles veterans Bob Pirr- mann and Fred Bus?mann starred for the Tro- jans. Pirrmann was one of the outstanding hurdlers in the county while Rustmann more than held his own against rival hurdlers. Harry Miller was the standout high jumper for Gee Cee. He was ably assisted by sophomore Jock Miller. In the shotput and discus. Bob Fitzhugh and juniors Charlie Batchelor and Peter Trede com- piled the points for the Maroon and Gray. ln the pole vault, Reed Smith and Don Carlson proved to be Coach King's best while John Bailey, Harry Miller and Pirrmann were the team's biggest threats. All in all, the squad was one of the most power- ful that Gee Cee has had in recent years and was extremely well-rounded. X NA R 'll 'A - L ix - - H- Front row-D. Whitfield, K. Kirby. C. King, M. Allan, D. Allio. D. Rasor. J. Egdorf, K. Henrik- sen: Second row-coach J. Silvestri, R. Schumacher, T. Smith. B. Dillmeir. D. l..aRocca. W. .41 N61 Dillmeir. N. Cornell. Third row-B..Borchers. T. Sohl. W. Flannery. B. Edmunds. LACBIISSE The Varsity lacrosse team. coached by Julio Silyestri, played a good hrand of ball following an early season defeat hy Sewanhaka by a 17-0 count. Co-captains Dick Allio and Mike Allan along with veterans Dick Whitfield, Dick La- Hocca. Kai Henriksen, Ken Kirby and Bill Flannery sparked the team. Newcomers Dick Hasor and goalie Glen King proved to be hene- ficial to the squad. The regular starting line-up consisted of Glen King in the goal, defensemen Ken Kirby. Dick Allio and ,Ion lfgdorf, midfielders Dick Whit- field, Mike Allan and Kai Henriksen. attackmen Bill Flannery. Dick Laliocca and Bill Edmunds. Lack of depth proved to be the teamfs biggest drawback. but as the season progressed the team showed a definite improvement. BOYS' ATHLILTIC ASSIICIATIIIN eatul H Nhller P Hdeflner li Banlxe andrng, W Nlllr H 1 l' Hur BIIYS' LIADILBS I Ll B Slamlzng Hdllllllllh T 'erm B Warner B Bvrnher ,I Xlar hall D Han en B lwnlew 5 Olxeefe Nlr Nteen WL ' f A H 'qv .f'Vv" fx Wh-lit 1 l fl, t fi W' ,, 1 1 X1 ' v k L ' : . ' . . ' . . 's. St ' ': . i i. . B'll. '. ler. Y ' 1 w N 1 Y J f Sealed: B. Kelly, E. Ylelin. A. Putnam. F. RIISIIIIHIIH. B. Nugent. P. Kelly. T. Brooks Q ..1's...s.. S -Q A df! l V , K l W -9 . EDU490 I-IRLS ATHLETIC ASSUCIATIIIN Bottom rou R Healw J Schmitt NI NIc'Namara R Hau man K Cro lx Home NI Roeder S Graf .Second row K lnce -X Name B Jennm C Craven NI Leonard B Xrnold N Kunzman Tlzzrd rom J Shepherd B Taeffner GIRLS LEADERS CLUB NI ClllIlHlCl 'N Nlould Second row S Nlotz J Nlanfredonla C Came E Nlcbroarts J Brevort J Klaum J Hayne Nl Qherrttt Xl Bur e S Elliot NI Wnllle J Deulxer Third row J Dtttmer A Nance C OConnell 'N Blbler NI NIcGr0arty F BonDurant K Smythe C Clawen C Lazlo D Durand Fourth row B -Xrnold A Kopley E Head B ,lennlngg J Edwards E Hlnch V Nlanuel J Culver 'V Kunmtan R Healx 'V Dunlop J Shepherd E Nlaxwell 'J L. ' i- . Aff ' tj. ' f A 6' ' 4 Y V. I 9 V' R L 'f . if. . C ' . , . . .' , , 5 , , 55, 'l A X' 9 Bottom row-S. Emerson. D. Kohart, K. lnce. B. Bankes, C. Brown. D. Dalzell, S. Graf. . i . , . v . ii 'f VARSITY CIIEEBLLADEBS Q J V CIIEEBLILADEBS 80110111 rou 5 'NlQLean J 'Nohe B Banke J klaver 'Xl Leonard P Booth 510071111 row N1 bolke Bo tom row P Healw J .leans ledell K Burge s B u .Second w Snuth B Arnold P Denman Nl Nolte B Snowden B Nlcbouan 'N Blbler .Z Fl!! v J A 5? R Heals 'NI 'Nlckllmter D Dalzell B IL te C Nc auf 'T . K B, . 3 Vs I ,, If ' B rl K X 91 'B 1 5 M. A5 rj 'k.' fi' ' Wg V, K lll N r f. . g, 1 R' . L N sq. . B sh. .ro -5. 7 I . . , , fl- N ,A 'lull X xxx r Il, Q- 1' x - Xl .74 B v P wx xx A K 5 N . . . ,I , 4. . A .Z , . . . s S. .- h . ' Q A . ,A , . B 1 r Ln, 615,11 A 4 91753: GIRLS SPORTS The girls sports season got under way this fall with the selec tlon of a sport day archery team In the one match they played a amst bt Mary s they lost lliu to 903 A hockey team was also chosen but due to scheduling, dlflir ultles they werent able to haye any interscholastic competition During the first part of November tryouts were held for Leaders Club Out of oyer slxty Clrls fifteen were chosen from the sopho more class and eight from the junior class The volleyball season was yery successful with both the class and sportsday teams partlcipatlnc ln many Dames The Garden City class teams were NICIOTIOUS in the bames played against West Hemp stead East Meadow and Xalley Stream A playday was held at Mineola on December 19th in which Garden Clty placed thlrd From these class teams first and second sportsday teams were chosen Neck and Hicksyllle in a playday at Vlanhasset on January 3rd ln this contet the honor or first team came ln second and the second or reserye team plated fourth On January 9th the honor and reserye teams lost 27 21 and 26 31 respectiy ely to an undefeated Great Neck team The Boys Leaders Club played a yolleyball ame a amst our honor sportsday team on April 9th The boys won 155 Bowlin was also a yery well attended sport thls year Six lntramural teams competed a alnst each other every week A bowl ing team was chosen but due to schedulln dlfiicultles they dldnt play any matthes The basketball team opened an undefeated season by romplng over a tough St Mary s squad They went on to w1n out over West Hempstead and beat Great Neck for the first tlme 1n five years In a five school play day held at West Hempstead the honor and reserye teams placed first and thlrd respectlvely The class teams also tr1 umphed in all their inter school competitlon On March 18th there was a playoff between the class teams 1n which the sophomores jumors and senlors plated lst 3rd and 2nd respectlvely As the MAST oes to press we are looking forward to a ,ood softball and tennis season wlth prospects of another ChaITlp1OI1 shlp team The year will end w 1th the G A A banquet whlch will be held durlng June tif. . Q , -. V Q - 4 wtf -G 9 ' Q5 Y ' v A - ' s ' ' , , ' 0- ' ' 9 , " 1 , . . . , . , - e 1 - A , ' ' . t , V VV N L V n Q . U sl 7 0 . n V V V. . . U N V . - which competed against Manhasset, Roslyn, West Hempstead, Great l T . ' s " ' ' ' 1 ' . . x . :-'-. " . - 5 , ' , 4,3 ' 9 ' f ' cr U ' . C' C ' ' 0' r r ' r ' ' U 1 ' . U . V- L. . Y g A 7 v, v v l . , V, V , VV V V , . V . , . . . V V , V Q , ' I . ' 'l 'A . . . , . I VIDLLEYBALL Bottom rou B Banks X Leonard S N IZ 1 Sorel B Qchvvab L Nlearn 'N lxae-tner .Serond row 'NI Strong S Cal d N Blhler B wllll m C, Craven X Nance B ,Iennm Thzrd rou B Bush 5 Elllol N Sherrltt ,I Ldward X lan IIUCKEY Bottom row B BankeQ ,I Nlanfredonla S 'Nlolz B qchwab B Kaetner Second rou 'V Sherrltt S Elllot B Wllllam G Craven 'NI 'S1cCr0arty Thtrd rou, J HGH Cf P Ebefle X Nlanuel L Mearne BASKFTBALL Bottom row N Sherrltt S Ellxot S 'VIOIL B Schwab L 'Nlearn 'N Kae tner Second row 'Nl Qtrong Q Calder 'N Brbler B WIIHIHIIIS G Craven B ,Iennmgs N 'Wan uel .I Shepherd B Arnold 'NI 'NlcCr0arty E Mcffroarty N Kunzman .I Edwards . Int . 4. . . ., ' . . . 5. . V. er. ' . . " 'a s. '. ' . .. ' . . . f A . . ' ' s. . N - uel. M-. McGroarty, N. Kunzman. NI. Vbille. . . ss. . . . '. S - 1- , ' '- . . s . . . 4 - Y . . A S. S , A I j . .. V , K . . :'. ' Y , . ' , V BIIIYLING Firs! row-XI. Byrne. J. Carter. XI. Nlcilruarty. Nl. Wil- un. B. Lane. Sm-oml rvwfj. Hoyle-. E. Yates. NI. White. Nl. llale. AIICIIEBY Bottom row--I., Nlearns. P. Raymond, C. Craven, C Lazio. Serum! row-A. Vance. S. Calder, Nl. NIcGroarty J. Mauser. 129 l A231 fx W-, ,I 1' Y' K 431-7 U ,. ug...- Q- tx x 5 , '- este? 2 5 Q me Carccn l1t1 New ork pulnlzshul once Ill ll lifetime Gala Reunlon for Ten Year Grads Former Student Fmed 1n Par1s SIPI 44 Miss Beatrix liver was hmd fifty francs in P1r1s llst week when it wls discovered th1t shc. h1d sold 1 eopy of the Mont Llbl under the lssumed nimc of Leonlrdo da Vinci to fimous 1rt critic ind tollentor Robert Bill local Women Conhned In lnternatlonal Dispute ShP1 S Miss MTFEIFLI Heily wts taken to Bellevue Hospitll late ycster day for mental treatment after three days of bllllflfy confinement at Sing Sing Sho wis imprisoned for divulg ing top sctrct informition to fimous international spy Tom Fl 1tley Edwards Announces Expanslon on Tenth Street SEPT Es Mr Thomas Edwards proudly announees the opening of a n w br 1nCh of Slcnderella on Tenth Street is for women xx io tue oo Much " 'iccording to custodian Donald Carlson. Garden Clty Matron Arrested SEPT, 8 Miss Barbara Bohan spinster matron was arrested early yesterday on the charge of shoplifting in M'1rtin's Department Store. 1 tc 951 laiun x H1 to c 1 reunion Ile student loluln 1f t1e illlltlllt 1 Cfllllhll -lunuc wl1c 1 for111e1 x iused the 1 1 1 s s me putt ha ed l x the Sav lge W lngate ored hx the all s cha1r111111 is l1o det orlted the lolvln Ill 'Ill or1e11t1l motif N lin l1 url Candidate Wreaks Havoc S1-P'1 ti The little town of Havoc Miehigan headqu 1rters or IL UNOIT Party was disrupted today as 1 result of the disclosure that the pirtys Presidcntml mndiduc Emily Arnold the first womin to ispirc to the othee since the Dcmoerltie and Republican parties were dissolved eight years ago withdrew from the riu. when it wis discovered by Sen itor Petcr Potter Lhairmin of the Stnite Internal Subcommittee that Miss Arnold is not yet thirty hve years of ige When questioned she admitted no knovc ledge of this Rookle Pol1ce Make Arrest Beside the Point SEPT. 8 Police ofiicers Betsey Petit 'md Sandra Regenie arrested ohn Marshall Bill Kelly and Bob Finley all of this village off Montauk Point early this morning on charges of skinny dipping dcspite protests from the accused that they were skin diving. 3 ,7 5 5 "Q it '4 f P ii f .1 ' 'Q !' 4 r F f , 1 s I x i - 6 ani 91" I l z I' - Y 1 Septemlver 8. l9f17 Pier. o - 1 Sl-3P". 3. 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Y 1 v a ' c , 4 c c 7 , 4 7 ' 4 The SMOIKI' SK NAL Garlen Crty New York September 8 1967 publubezl ance nz u 11 etrme Fdrtor Emrly Arnoll Staff Kathy Smythe Barry Lemreux Glalys Lravcn Carole Lazro Joanne Smxth Margaret McGroarty Judy Pry bylskr Mlss Sherry Debuts at Met SI-PT 8 At the recent openrng of the Metropolrtan Brrdland Opera House Mrss Lorrarnc Sherry scored a huge success rn her portrayal of the rolc of Palraccr afrcr ten years of study at thc Brookhaven Natronal Laboratorrcs Mr Ronald Nlli1Sll1ll'1 vsas julcd to lly lor dom nothrn Heiress Mlssmg, Fear Kldnap SIPT 8 New York Polrce revealed today that the mysterrous dlsappear ance of thc PIIDCGSS Marla TZHHIKJSSI IS as yet unexplamed lt rs belrexcd that the former Mrss Mary Andrews who eloped last year wlth the tltled hcrr to the Tzantossr m1ll1ons has been krdnapped She was reportedly last seen bemg sprrrtcd away rn a black opcntocd Cadrllac ovsncd by rntcrnatrontl playboy md theatrrcxl producer Cycrald ONc1ll local Son Feathers Nest SEPT 8 Mr Leroy Alcxlnderson graduate of Garden Crty Hrgh School was arrested late todry on chargcs of polygamy When questroned he stated that he had just been careless Crime Wave Quelled by Pollce ShPT 8 Mrss Marran Mrller was ar rested by Sergeant Robcrt Frtzhugh on charges of drsorderly conduct last nrght rn the Magazrne Room of the Garden Cnty Lrbrary where Mr Edward Kable has been operatmg a book makrng establrshment They are free on S7 50 ball each Apply Folks Statronery local Crooner Smgs m Court SEPT 8 jack McC.lecry great ncw smgrng scnsttron hls bccn serxed a subpoena by Elyrs Prcsley for plagrar :sm Mr McLlcery pleadcd rnnoccnr rn Mrneola Lourthousc to the chlrgc thrt he smgs too much Flre Destroys Casmo, Dealer Saved ShPT 8 Flre Commrssloner Rrchard Ellrs announced today that Robert Hunt dealcr at the Smythe Gamblmg Qaslno was saved from a devastatmg fire at that establrshment when he covered hrmself wrth marrnated shamrocks The fire resulted from thc carelcssness of Mrss Margaret Mcbroarty who wls smoklng rn bccl upstarrs Stebbms Plans Atom House SFP' 8 Famous archrtect Mark Stcb brns recently completed desrgns for a ncw physics burldrng to be erected on the campus of Stale Umxersrty Rax en Haxen Iovna r Q . 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Pollce Begun Detectlon Work ShPT 8 Thc county pollcc dcpartmcnt announced vuth pletsurc todty that Miss Carol Daly h ts agrecd to use het supernatural powers to serve the com munrty as a l1e detector Shc mll begrn work tomorrow whcn thc casc of Limo vs Iemleux IS rcvrcwcd Mrs Lemreux ch trges hcr husbmd wtth mental cruclty Shc stys he ttxed her bram too oftcn durnng thcrr five years of marrlagc Orange House Announces Appointment Sl PT 8 Orange House Press Secretary md Cook Mlss Katherlnc Smythc has mnounccd thtt Mr Pctcr Kelly wxs rccently tppomtcd Secrctlry of In ter1or Sand Traps rn the cfxbmet of Cnty Savage Presrdent of the Repub llc of Oklahoml Mrs Barley Judge at Farr SEPT 8 The Mrneolt Four opened to day on the old grounds The major tt tractron was Mrs N W Buley thc former Miss udxth Frrtts who succcss fully judgcd thc plckle preservlng contest from her home on Elevcnth Street where she has been confined for 1 mysterlous but not serrous ulment she contractcd whnlc honeymoonmg xn Tcnnessee Bubble Dancer Causes Blowup ShPT 8 Lhtos wus created tt Mrrron Strongs 279 Club llte yesterd ty whcn Ben Venable chref bubble blower rtn out of alt and farled to produce enough bubbles for Mrss Blanche Frrdays lct Mr on Egdorf and Little N1ck Nlcklrs werc also featured smgmg Too Much accordrng to quallfied observers Soclallte Switches to Cloth SEPT 8 Miss Irene Polley late of thrs crty who recently cntercd thc mnsslon try seruce lcavcs tomorrow on the Banana Boat for Qentrll Afrlcl She has dedlcxted her l1fe to service to the natne cann1bals who voted hcr the Curl Wc d Most Llke To Put Srlt On Mastrn Work to Roll Off Presses Soon Sl PT 8 Mr Frcclerlc Mlstln locxl boy of whom thls community 15 justly proud his announced thtt h1s ncw book Care 1 Hznmm In clflff and Other Sb0flSlm1ef vull bc rclelscd by hrs PLlbllSlK.I' this sprung Miss Eklof Enters llteralsa ShPT 8 Mzss Lmda Eklof who tftcr tn unhtppy lovc rftaxr lcft btrden Lrty to res1de ln northern Otmclt hrs announced the publrcatlon of her hrst volume of love poems to be entltlcd My Lrfe xvlfh thc Northwcst Mountles Constltutlon Amended Aesthetlcally SFPT 8 Mlss Ntncy Ellot hts re ported that last weekend she succeeded tn havrng passed ln amendment to the Qonstxtutlon whlch changes the West Pomt cadet LlI1lf0I'lI1 from gray tn lucndar thereby crcatxng 1 long purple me Introduce yourself to 1 rare treat' Try 1 tantalnzrng leafy meal tt I-I Millers Rcstaurant long known md lovcd by dnscrrmrnatrng vegetarmns W Q I . l I l O I -, s . , A 1 - . . , - , . , c ' ' - F . . , 1 1 'I' 't ' L L I K V I K 24 . c 4 L 4. l . 4 1- I 1 7 4 I S , ' I - . l ' ' . 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