George Washington High School - Hatchet Yearbook (New York, NY)
- Class of 1951
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N THE ABOVE LINES the great eighteenth
century poet Alexander Pope expresses in his
usual apt way a belief held throughout the civ-
ilized world. Millions of dollars and millions of
hours of labor are being spent in the task of form-
ing the common mind, it is rated among the most
important tasks of every modern government, and
with some governments it is regarded so seriously
that desperate measures are taken to be sure that
no ideas reach the common mind that might inliu-
ence it in any direction other than the one ap-
proved bythe government itself. As we move from
the halls of our high school into the wider fields
awaiting us, we are aware that in addition to the
numerous physical conflicts raging in various parts
of the world, there is everywhere a broad general
confiict between two political and social philoso-
phies involving the totalitarian versus the demo-
cratic way of life. We have been trained here to
evaluate these respective ways of life and to go
forth prepared to wage a successful fight for the
deeper and more abiding values of democracy.
Ours is the responsibility of proving to a skeptical,
war-weary world that the keystone of our safety is
an education in the arts and sciences and the social
philosophy of democracy. We must reafiirm the
democratic man's faith in himself and in his edu-
cation, an education that can never be wrested
from him. Perhaps at no other time in world his-
tory have men so universally come to realize that
ignorance and bungling are costly, taking their
price in lives as well as dollars. In our deeds lie
the hopes of the world. We must not fail.
That we shall not fail is due largely to the type
of instruction we have received in our high school,
a type characteristic of the American system which
makes it possible for every young man and woman
to acquire a well-rounded development physically
and mentally. In a wide variety of courses we have
gained much information and many techniques,
but we have learned much more, our studies have
given us also an insight into character, a knowl-
edge of the components of good government, a
sense of justice, an understanding of the widely
divergent interests of our fellow human beings,
and a realization of our ability to unite behind a
If it be thought, however, that in the process of
learning these things we found life at G.W. en-
tirely a grim affair, nothing could be further from
the truth. There was plenty on the lighter side:
excuses that didn't stave off punishment, devices
that didn't take the place of studyg the never-
ending fund of practical jokes on fellow class-
mates, the excitement and confusion of adapting
ourselves to each term's program, the wild scram-
ble to get elected to student government ofiices.
And as we look back over the course that we have
just run, we do so with a smile and a tear, a smile
for all the escapades we survived, and a tear for
the ending of so many wonderful friendships and
the loss of so many loyal helpers. Those loyal
helpers were for the most part members of the
George Washington faculty, and we cannot leave
without a parting word of gratitude to them.
To Dr. Leonard J. Fliedner we give a final
salute for the democratic and sympathetic way in
which he guided us during his first year as Prin-
cipalg to the Deans and Grade advisers, thanks
for the skill and understanding they brought to
the solution of our problems, and to the teachers,
a final tribute for the patience and fortitude they
showed in doing a job that we shall appreciate
more and more with the passing years. To them
all and to a great school we wave a fond farewell
as we step forth into the world ahead of us.
FLORENCE C. MYERS
Dean of Girls
Deon of Boys
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EMMA A. SCHREYER DR. IOUIS TEICHMAN ABRAHAM LANDESMAN
Spanish Physical Sciences Social Studies
E. RUTH SPALDING ANN MALOY DR. FRANK M. WHEAT
Music Art Biology
CAMERA SHY CHAIRMEN
DOROTHY M. HAYDON ELIZABETH TOWNS MILDRED A. WALSH
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NEW LEADER AND a new type of leader-
ship came to the George Washington High
School as it opened for the Fall Term of 1950. At
that time Dr. Leonard J. Fliedner began 'his duties
as our new Principal, and during the months that
have followed he has earned the respect and af-
fection of both faculty and students. School ad-
ministration was indeed not a new field for him,
since his career had included principalship of a
junior high school, and he had come to us from
his post as Principal of 178. Moreover he
was not unknown to many of the veterans of our
faculty, for he had been one of us for some time
back in 1934 when he was Chairman of the Physi-
cal Sciences Department.
When he was formally introduced to the faculty
at its first meeting of the Fall term, Dr. Fliedner
announced his intention to adopt the role of a
careful but sympathetic observer for some time be-
fore suggesting any changes in the school's man-
agement. He followed this role conscientiously
during the greater part of the Fall term, but as
the present edition of "The Hatchetn goes to press
we are well along toward the end of the Spring
term of '51, and already some significant changes
of routine and policy have been tried out with
It is with great pleasure, moreover, that we are
privileged to include in the present writing the
substance of an interview which a member of the
"Hatchet" staff had with Dr. Fliedner in the latter
part of March.
Prominent among Dr. Fliedner's plans is one
calling for three more or less distinct types of
curriculum. These will include an academic cur-
riculum made up largely of the traditional courses
in English, History, Science, Mathematics, and
Languages, with special Honor classes for better
students. A second curriculum will be the stand-
ard commercial course which will include our
present accounting and secretarial courses and in
addition Merchandising and Business Machines.
And finally there is to be a broader curriculum
in a general course which will include a number
of subjects hitherto unknown to G.W. such as
Ceramics, Woodworking, Metalworking, Shop
and Home Economics. With such a variety of
courses to choose from, Dr. Fliedner feels that it
will be possible for every boy and girl to find a
pattern of instruction that will fit his needs and
In the field of extra-curricular activities Dr.
Fliedner has many hopes and plans for a reju-
venated school spirit and for the continuance of
our tradition of championship athletic teams and
up-to-date modern clubs. With Mr. Richard El-
liffe, the chairman of our Health Education de-
partment, he believes in the development of as
much intramural athletics as possible so that every
student of the school may get the benefit of par-
ticipation in competitive sports, but he also defi-
nitely looks forward to a future in which G.W.
will have championship teams as famous as those
of the past in baseball, basketball, and other
sports. He is also keenly aware of the history of
our many outstanding theatrical productions, and
anticipates a marked revival of activity for the
Rehearsal Club and the classes in dramatics. In
due time he feels that the numerous clubs which
have featured our after-school activity in the past
will be even larger than ever and even more stimu-
lating to the students, and he intends to encourage
the Motion Picture Group that is responsible for
our prize-winning orientation films, and to foster
a new Camera Club that will enable students in-
terested in photography to get considerable expert
advice and practice in that field. In all these plans
Dr. Fliedner realizes that the faculty must play a
very large part, and he is fully determined to
practice a modern democratic policy in his rela-
tionship to the teachers as well as to the students
in making ours one of the foremost high schools
of the nation.
For the record we should like to include here
an account of the formal installation of Dr. Flied-
ner on Wednesday afternoon, November 29, 1950.
The ceremony took place in our auditorium, and
Mr. Max Schottland, Administrative Assistant,
presided. The program opened with an organ
prelude by Mr. Luther Gloss, and then the invo-
cation was given by Rt. Rev. Msgr. john S. Mid-
dleton, Secretary of Education of the Archdiocese
of New York.
Dr. Moses L. Isaacs, Dean of Yeshiva College
of Arts and Sciences, brought greetings from
Yeshiva University. The Hon. Vito F. Lanza, Vice-
President of the Board of Education, offered to
the-new principal the congratulations of the Board
of Education. Dr. Frederick J. Moilit, Executive
Assistant of the State Department of Education
represented Dr. Lewis A. Wilson, Commissioner
of Education. I
Following the singing of Jacob's "This Is My
Country" by the Glee Club, conducted by Miss
Mazona Don, the Hon. Solomon Klein, Assistant
to Deputy Mayor Horowitz, representing the
Mayor, gave his felicitations.
Greetings were extended from the students by
Miss Lorraine E. Ludwig, from the alumni by Mr.
Frank Cavallon, Vice-President of james Mc-
Creery and Co., from the faculty by Mr. E. Pen-
nington Meyer, from the parents by Mrs. Bella
Kaswin, President of the Parents Association, and
from the community by Mr. L. Fresco Thompson,
an alumnus, Vice-President of the Brooklyn Na-
tional League Baseball Club.
Directed by Mr. Luther Gloss, the G.W.H.S.
band played "Bells Across the Meadows" by
The Hon. Maximilian Moss, President of the
Board of Education, spoke for the Board. Dr.
Harrison C. Thomas, Assistant Superintendent,
High School Division, pronounced the formal in-
Dr. Fliedner expressed his appreciation to the
Board of Education and his gratitude to his many
friends and associates.
The Rev. James H. Morgan of the Cathedral of
St. John the Divine gave the benediction. The
playing of the recessional by Mr. Gloss at the
organ brought the ceremony to a close.
After the formal installation ceremonies, a re-
ception was given in our library. The Honor
Guard, in beautiful colonial costumes, acted as
Among the honored guests were Mrs. Leonard
J. Fliedner, a daughter Patricia and son Leon-
ard, jr., Mr. John Fliedner, father of the Principal,
and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph' E. Fliedner, Dr. Flied-
ner's brother and sister-in-law.
Other notables were Associate Superintendent
Dr. Elias Lieberman and Assistant Superintend-
ents John F. Conroy, representing Superintendent
of Schools William Jansen, Dr. Frank D. Whalen,
Dr. George Zukerman, Dr. Clare C. Baldwin,
and Dr. Harry N. Wfright, President of City
High school principals present were Mr. Joseph
C. Driscoll, Miss Elizabeth T. Fitzpatrick, Dr.
Henry E. Hein, Mr. Michael Katzoff, Mr. Stuart
C. Lucey, Dr. Mary E. Meade, Dr. Morris Meister,
Mr. Edward P. O'Connor, Mr. Fred Schoenberg,
Mr. Louis A. Schuker, Dr. john V. Walsh, and
Mr. Harry A. Wolfson.
Principals Emanuel Gross, Daniel C. Krane, and
Miss Veronica Myers represented the elementary
and junior high schools, and Dr. Samuel Solender
and Dr. Matthew Slate, Local School Board
Prominent personages in public life who at-
tended to extend their good wishes to the new
principal were the Hon. james J. Lyons, President
of the Borough of the Bronx, Hon. Robert Wag-
ner, jr., President of the Borough of Manhattan,
Hon. Maurice A. Fitzgerald, President of the
Borough of Queens, Hon. Anthony J. Di Gio-
vanna, justice of the Supreme Court, Justice
Agnes M. Craig, Hon. john Splain, Commis-
sioner of Purchase, Hon. james A. Phillips, rep-
resenting the Comptroller, Hon. Samuel Roman,
Member of the Assembly.
Rev. Henry Fisher, Pastor of the Church of the
Good Shepherd, Mrs. David L. Don, mother of
Miss Mazona Don, Mrs. Anne Lee Jacobs, Chair-
man, Board of Directors, Youth Aid, Inc., and
Mrs. Dorothy Greiner, leader in a number of
community activities in the Manhattan area, were
among the guests.
Many members of the faculty of jr. H. S. 178,
Brooklyn, and james Monroe H. S., at both of
which Dr. Fliedner served, Brigadier General
Edwin A. Kane, former Chairman of the Speech
Department at G.W., and Mrs. John F. Conroy,
a former teacher at G.W., were present.
Among the alumni present were Al Campanis,
Mrs. Florence M. Ferguson, Mr. james C. Healey,
and Mr. Dominick Torpe.
S THE EVER-FASTER moving years slip by,
we of the graduating classes of 1950-51
will undoubtedly find ourselves spending many a
happy hour recalling our school days and the
sometimes fearful, often frantic incidents that
were so much a part of those glorious preparatory
years. And, if we are typical of generations of
G.W. alumni, we will remember most vividly and
relive most often the countless exciting moments
of our eighth term. Somehow the frenzied pitch
of feverish exuberance and excitement that had
been building up all along seemed to come to a
climax in that last colorful term.
We will remember with smiles of amusement
and nostalgia how we never had a chance to
study or catch up on incomplete assignments dur-
ing' long officials because preparations for the
senior swimming party and the senior dance
seemed much more interesting. We will recollect
with many a sigh how our allowance money never
lasted a full week because someone always de-
manded money for something-senior dues, "The
Hatchet," class rings and pins, and all the rest
of the wonderful accoutrements that helped make
that eighth term the most memorable of all. We
will delve, too, into the memories of how franti-
cally we threw ourselves into campaigning for
school offices, our last chance for fame in high
school. And so, perhaps it is most fitting now, as
we take our leave of a fine school that has of-
fered us such wonderful preparation to meet the
world and try to make it a better one, that we note
some of the highlights that will linger in our
thoughts of eighth term.
As the Fall term opened we found ourselves
smiling with pleasure at the choices we had made
for our G.O. officials, for Alex Petrides, Gabriel
Damascus, and Betty Pizska were living upto our
expectations and carrying out their numerous
duties quite capably. By being elected president,
Alex had achieved the honor of holding the high-
est student-elected office in G.W. His classmates
and friends knew him as a member of our base-
ball team, the lunch squad, and a monitor in the
Health Ed. office. Vice-President Damascus had
previously distinguished himself as a G.O. Rep-
resentative, class president, and a member of the
Honor Ushers' Corps and the Service Squad. And
Betty, formerly of the "Cherry Tree" staff, had
offered her services to the Cheering Squad, the
Grade Adviser's Office, the Honor Guard, the
Biology auxilium, and to the G.O. as a repre-
A new judicial Board was chosen, headed by
Spiro Gallousis and Constantine Vlatos.
Early in the Fall term, too, the Arista, G.W.'s
honor society, began formulating plans for its
special functions and events. Mr. C. E. Linville
was given the post of new faculty adviser of
Arista, and Herbert Levin, Bessie Carasoulas, and
Diana Douglas were voted Leader, Vice-Leader,
and Secretary respectively. Committees within the
society were organized to carry out the duties and
arrange social functions for the members. The
Admissions Committee, before which students
hoping to become members must appear, was
headed by Herbert Rubinowitz, the Arista's re-
nowned Film Committee was headed by Anna
Drakontides, Maki Iwamoto became chairman of
the Arista Program Committee, which plans all
Arista activities and meetings, Vera Hess was
chosen to preside over the Installation Committee,
whose very pleasant job it is to plan and give a
tea in honor of new members, and Valerie Fray
became leader of the Service Committee, in charge
of offering assistance to students desirous of giv-
ing service to the school.
Before very many weeks of the term had gone
by we were destined to meet ,the members of the
Honor Ushers' Corps, an organization of high
standards whose job it is to assist at school as-
semblies and various other functions. Armand
Diaz, Antonios Morfesis, and Larry Hahn were
chosen the new leaders of the Corps, which was
founded in 1939, and has been directed for a
number of years by Miss Ruth McEvoy.
Of course, the most outstanding occurrence of
the school year was the replacement of the retir-
ing Mr. Boylan by Dr. Leonard J. Fliedner as
Principal of G.W. The students were indeed hon-
ored and pleased to be given the opportunity to
meet the distinguished gentleman who had been
newly placed in command. The four assemblies
in September, therefore, were dedicated to that
Third and fourth term students, Assembly C,
were the first to have the honor of greeting Dr.
Fliedner. Then followed Assembly D, first' and
second termersg Assembly A, seventh and eighth
termersg and Assembly B, fifth and sixth termers.
At each assembly, a student, representing the
group, made the welcoming address and pre-
sented the Principal with a token gift, each with
a special significance: Natalie Twersky for the C
group, Paul Davies and Ursula Weil for the D,
Herbert Rubinowitz and Lorraine Ludwig for A,
and Marjorie Howard for the B group.
Dr. Fliedner, introduced by Mr. Schottland, Ad-
ministrative Assistant, at the first two assemblies
and by Miss Florence C. Meyers, Administrative
Assistant, at the others, addressed the assemblies.
He expressed his deep appreciation of the stu-
dents' welcome and his real pleasure with their
token gifts. His advice to them on how to achieve
success in their high school careers stressed the
importance of hard work and good attendance.
The younger students saw the orientation film,
"This Is Washington," produced by Dr. Wheat,
Mrs. Ruth Lancourt, and Leonard Strutin. The
narrators were Anna Drakontides, Barbara Mc-
Guire, and Kirby Warren.
The older students heard the Glee Club sing the
Alma Mater conducted by Miss Mazona Don and
two selections by the band conducted by Mr.
Luther Gloss, "Bells Across the Meadow" by
Ketelby and "The Thunderer" by Sousa.
Meantime, Washingtonians had not been idle
in the field of sports, for we swept three victories
in the city-wide trials of the journal-American
and Park Department 310,000 skating derby as
Al Stewart won the 100, Bob Schaefer the 220,
and Bob Cohen the 500. Hard on Cohen's heels
was Roger Schroeder, a schoolmate, who also
The borough finals were held on Sunday, Oc-
tober 1. First, second, and third place winners in
all borough events qualified for the City Cham-
pionship on Central Park Mall, on October 15.
Undoubtedly one of the highlights of the term
was the heated campaign for class ofiicers. Much
thought was given to the matter of voting, and
when the ballots had been collected and tallied
we learned that Herbert Rubinowitz, Robert Gray,
and Patricia Hay were destined to be our "top
brass" in the roles of President, Treasurer, and
Secretary respectively, a.nd that they, with the
assistance of the presidents of all the senior
classes would comprise the Senior Council.
President, Secretary, and Treasurer of the senior
official classes were respectively:
8-1, Philip Blanco, Carol Berger, Fred Fulop.
8-2, Herbert Rubinowitz, Lorraine Ludwig, Ber-
8-3, Hilary Hershaft, Patricia Hay, Robert Gray.
8-4, Ernest Kohn, Christine jurgens, Arlene
8-5, Charles Wenz, Amy Theodore, Alma
8-6, Suzanne Newton, Anne Smith, George
The Senior Council was the group whose re-
sponsibility it was to schedule the events so eagerly
anticipated by the envied wearers of the orange
and black, and to guide their loyal followers in
the paths of pleasure at dances and skating parties.
Many of us, too, gave willingly of our time
and effort in exchange for the honor of serving
on committees. In very little time we had organ-
ized groups to take charge of arrangements for
that big event in our high school lives, the prom,
and to attend to the business matter of soliciting
subscriptions for the "Hatchet" Before the term
had barely gotten under way, we had also organ-
ized committees to confer and hand down decisions
on questions dealing with the happy time, Senior
Week, and with assemblies, jewelry, the senior
gift, and like matters.
During the Fall term we were privileged to
attend some very unusual and fascinating assem-
bly programs, which proved informative as well
An interesting study in sound, with a scientific
demonstration in lilm to prove that it is a vibra-
tion, was given in October. Dr. Wheat and Dr.
Teichman planned the presentation. Marion Wil-
son, George Brown, Catherine Collins, Harvey
Flieshman, Frank Krajchir and .lean Pincus were
the student assistants.
XVashington's new tape recorder was used to
make a recording at the assemblies which was
almost immediately played back. The music chosen
was "America, the Beautiful" played by a brass
quartette, sung by a sextette, and Hchorusedi' by
the assembled students.
In a film the Motion Picture class demon-
strated the mechanism of the tape recorder in
detail. Barbara McGuire was the narrator.
Dr. Fliedner gave a short lecture on sound, its
history and uses, at the close of the assemblies.
With the theme "Careers in Business," the
Bookkeeping Department produced a playlet en-
titled "Four Graduates Apply for a job." Thomas
Laskey played the part of the agency manager
and Herbert Rubinowitz was the narrator. Thelma
Berzofsky, Francis Toback, and George Henderson
were the job hunters.
A round table discussion followed the playlet,
moderated by Eleanor Campbell. Theresa Gal-
lagher, Carmen Quintero, and Frances Rutigliano
were the student speakers. After the discussion,
Mr. Cohn, Chairman of the Bookkeeping Depart-
ment, gave a talk.
Although not directly connected with the pro-
gram, one of the highlights of the assembly was
the reintroduction of the salute to the flag. Wil-
liam Bernstein and Warren Weinstein made up
the Hag honor guard while Alex Petrides, G.O.
President, led the salute.
The program stressed definite factors that are
important to any boy or girl preparing to embark
upon a business career. It pointed out the fact
that future success depends upon present prepara-
Certificates of scholarship, presented each term
by the General Organization, were given to two
hundred and thirty-five students who had an aver-
age of 85? or over in their major subjects last
Dr. Fliedner personally gave the certificates to
the highest ranking students in each term: Herbert
Rubinowitz 96, Lorraine Lopez 97.6, Richard Den-
nis 95, Louise Bargamian 97.2, Lewis Segal 94.75,
and David Rodvien 95.75. These students were
seated on the platform during the ceremonies.
The program included a selection from the
Bible, read by Bessie Carasoulas, Vice-Leader of
Arista, the National Anthem, sung by the audi-
ence led by Miss E. Ruth Spalding, greetings from
the Arista by Herbert Levine, Leader of Aristag
address by Dr. Fliedner, a solo, "The House I Live
In," by Earl Robinson, sung by Harvey Sklar, and
the exit march played by Mr. Luther Gloss.
"Has the Korean War Strengthened or Weak-
ened the U.N.?" was the topic discussed by Mr.
Linville's Leadership Class at the assemblies on
October 31 and November 1. A panel of six stu-
dents and a moderator conducted an informal
discussion which tried to answer some of the
problems that face the U.N. today because of the
The policy of rearmament recently adopted by
the U. S. and how it has affected the possibility
of war was studied. Some students thought that
it had increased the chance of war while others
felt that it had removed the immediate possibility.
The status of China in relation to the war and the
U.N. was the next problem. The panel also tried
to decide how much the Acheson Plan, which
amends the veto, has improved the U.N. At the
conclusion of the program, ten minutes were
allowed for questions from the audience.
Alex Petrldes Jan.
Bill Schechter June
Lorraine Ludwig, joseph Aliaga, jay Katz,
Frank Gottschalk, Abe Feuerstein, and Gilbert
Robinov were the students on the panel. Mary
Ann Rodgers was the moderator.
The program was presented after United Na-
tions week during which the U.N. was discussed
in many classes and was prominent in the news
for many weeks.
We Washingtonians proved that we could hold
our own outside of school, too, when we were
given the opportunity to send a representative
group to participate in a broadcast debate.
Dr. Louis A. Wilson, Acting Commissioner of
the State of New York, was the guest speaker
at the weekly youth forum, sponsored by the New
York Times early in October. Miss Dorothy Gor-
don of the Times staff acts as moderator at these
forums which are broadcast every Saturday morn-
ing from 10:15 to 11:00 on WQXR.
The topic was "How Can the Schools Help
Students Meet the Problems of Today?" Mr.
Linvil1e's Leadership class was invited to be pres-
ent, representing George Washington. Also in-
vited were several students from history classes.
The panel consisted of six boys and girls from
the various high schools throughout the five
boroughs. Each student voiced his own point of
view on the subject, using his own school in his
illustration. One boy believed that current events
should be more strongly stressed in the schools
and students should become more interested in
A girl thought that communism should be
taught in school objectively to compare it with
democracy. Discrimination, the United Nations,
and teachers' salaries were some of the other
topics discussed. At the conclusion of the program
members of the audience were allowed ten min-
utes to question Dr. Wilson.
The Leadership class has had many discussions
on these interesting topics. Life magazine recently
devoted an entire issue to the question of the
country's educational system.
Among the factors serving to inspire us and
add to our initiative was the new Peter Cooper
exhibit, for which G.W. was honored as the first
host among the city schools.
The faculty and students were grateful indeed
to Mr. Charles F. Beck, Coordinator of School
Museum Projects at the Board of Education, Mr.
Calvin Hathaway, Curator of the Peter Cooper
Museum, and Mr. Hodges of the Peter Cooper
Foundation for making this exhibit possible.
Peter Cooper, a true representative of the
American self-made man, was born on February
12, 1791, one of nine children of poor parents
and lived to become one of the most vital figures
of the nineteenth century. He was a business man,
an inventor, philanthropist, and philosopher.
Toward the middle of the term congratulations
were due several among us who had shown they
possessed brains, the ability to use them consist-
ently, and the desire to offer their services to the
school unselfishly. Forty-five new members were
admitted to Arista, the honor society, at an im-
pressive ceremony on November 15. Dr. Leonard
J. Fliedner, Principal, was the speaker at the
After Herbert Levine, Leader of Arista, read a
selection from the Bible and Miss Ruth Spalding
conducted the singing of the National Anthem,
Herbert made the introductory remarks. Bessie
Carasoulas, Vice-Leader, then presented the can-
didates and Diana Douglas, Secretary, adminis-
tered the pledge to the new members.
Dr. Fliedner spoke of the worth of the honor
society and stressed the importance of high marks
for a successful future. Herbert Levine presented
the new members to the Principal, who gave
each one the black and orange Arista pin, the
symbol of high scholastic achievement and un-
Vera Hess, Chairman of the Arista Installations
Committee, expressed the appreciation of the
students and presented Dr. Fliedner with the
Arista pin, making him an honorary member.
At the conclusion, the band played several se-
lections, conducted by Mr. Luther Gloss.
And then it happened-! Even the knowledge
that it had been coming didn't serve to cushion
G.W. against the shock! In spite of the warnings,
in spite of its semi-annual occurrence, the stately
halls of our alma mater began to tremble. Pan-
demonium had broken loose, and we called it
For the shortest five days of the term we
reigned supreme, Haunting the orange and black
banner of identification and pointing sticky lolli-
pops with pride at our gleaming hatchet pins.
Unmercifully we snubbed the dazzled freshmen
as we passed them in the halls to make our way
from class to class via the magic marble stairs.
Even the four-year yearning for a chance to use
the elevator had vanished.
Ah, but lunchtime was a pleasure. How non-
chalantly did we stroll out of the building unmo-
lested to nourish our bodies and egos on something
other than school cafeteria food.
The Tuesday of "our week" was the date of a
really fine assembly given in our honor, at which
Carol Frank presented our class gift to the school.
And how could we forget Wednesday? For
once we didn't have to struggle into gym suits
in twenty-five seconds. Toward the latter part of
the day, our hearts began to thump alarmingly
as we considered what teachers might reveal to
our fond parents at the reception in the library.
We needn't have worried, though. The reception,
the program in the auditorium, and the varied
exhibits turned out fine, and were we proud!
Maybe Thursday wasn't special for anyone else,
but for us it was practically a day of legalized
laziness. For once in four years we didn't get
zeros for coming to school without homework
But Friday-that was the day of days! We
made the most of the final hours of glory by
scribbling stupid sayings on each other's hats, and
by conducting classes in a most unconventional
way. Even the P.T. teachers took the matter good-
naturedly, but how they must have ached after-
A fitting finale was given to the week that
afternoon as we gathered as a group for our sen-
ior dance. And we knew that the week had been
worth waiting for. ,
But the close of Senior Week was by no means
the end of festivities for the term, as we were
privileged to see a presentation of "Geraldine
and the White Robe," a Christmas Play by Jon
Conde, produced by Mrs. Kenny's Rehearsal Club
at four assemblies.
The settings were done by Mr. Stanley Eisler of
the Art Department. The Glee Club was under
the direction of Miss Mazona Don while Mr.
Luther Gloss was at the organ. Mrs. Marion Col-
larte was backstage assistant.
The part of Angela was played by Jeanne
Cooper, Jean Harper, and Naomi Seligman.
Frances Gudeman and Susi Mengers acted the
part of Celeste. Frances Gudeman also played
Geraldine, along with Yvonne Tolson and Marcia
Robert Flynn and Kirby Warren were Dick and
Chuck. Marvin Stackman was Chuck also. Pete
was acted by Louis Segal and Peter Levy.
The parts of Mr. and Mrs. Rogers were played
by Alex Petrides and Edgar Vovsi, Gloria Frank
and Elsa Soibelman. John Lavalle and Louis Segal
shared the part of Mr. Blake.
Dale was Peter Levy and John Lavalle, while
Hope Barrett and Carolyn Thurn took the part of
Roberta. Mrs. Bridges was acted by Ann Chaboty,
Carolyn Barrett, and Elsa Seibelman. The little
Cherubetta was Louise Massey.
To assist Mrs. Kenny in the direction of the play
was Susi Mengers, the student assistant director.
Kirby Warren, Edgar Vovsi, and John Lavalle
were the stage managers. Make-up was applied by
Jean Harper, Susi Mengers, Jeanne Cooper, Kirby
Warren, and Gloria Frank.
In charge of costumes were Jeanne Cooper and
Frances Gudeman. The scenery construction and
painting were done by James Seaton, George Ava-
zis, Andy Woerner, Larry Clark, William Moon,
Marvin Starkman, Morris Friedman, George Far-
quharson, Edgar Vovsi, Nicholas Vlassopolis and
The lighting was handled by Robert Chakrin,
Norman Marcus, William Cadiz, Anthony Amato,
and Edward Brenner. The back stage crew was
James Seaton, George Avazis, Ernest Pizo, Arthur
Field, Albert McNichols, Morris,Friedman, Oscar
Stempel, and Michael Sullivan.
The business staff was Edgar Vovsi, Naomi
Seligman, Jeanne Cooper, Marguerite Aitken,
Suzanne Newton, and Lorraine Ludwig. The pro-
SENl0R WEEK TRANSFORMATION
gram cover design was done by Sigfredo Sepulveda
and Arlene Kay. The wardrobe mistresses were
Else Seibelman, Ann Chaboty, and Carolyn Bar-
rett. Yvonne Tolson, Hope Barrett, Carolyn Thurn,
Marcia Zinn, and Alex Petrides were- in charge of
We were again the proud guides of our parents
during Open School Week, during which a very
complete art exhibit was planned by Miss Gertrude
Gordon, head of the Art Department, assisted by
Mrs. Piaser and Mr. Eisler. The exhibit included
work done by the major art and the art apprecia-
tion classes. For the first time, three dimensional
models were shown.
We were pleased and thrilled to be given the
opportunity to send representatives for a demon-
stration when thirteen students of the Leadership
Class, under the supervision of Mr. Linville, were
invited to the Annual Conference and Luncheon
of the United Parents Association early in De-
One of the questions discussed by the parents,
teachers, and students was whether students are
encouraged and permitted to express their opinions
in class. Another was whether more emphasis
should be placed on current events rather than on
antiquated and unimportant history. The role of
the parent and teacher in progressive education
was another point heatedly debated at the meeting.
The thirteen students participating in the pro-
gram were Joseph Aliaga, Toby Carliner, Allan
Chamson, Martha Cohen, Abe Feuerstein, Jay
Katz, Shirley Goolsby, Frank Gottschalk, Lorraine
Ludwig, Marilyn Miller, Gilbert Robinov, Mary
Ann Rodgers and Gilbert Rodriquez.
Another outside activity in which our class was
pleased tovbe represented was the afternoon social
sponsored by the French Department and Le Cercle
Francais of New York University's Washington
Square College. Harriet Baby, Bessie Carasoulas,
and Amy Theodore attended the social, at which
refreshments were served.
Our class had reason to be proud of its alma
mater, and particularly of the Motion Picture Class
under the direction of Mr. Davis, when that group
took third place prize in a nation-wide contest held
by the American Museum of Natural History for
its production "Louder Than Words." The film,
which was shown to the seventh and eighth term-
ers early in January, was a five-minute expose on
senior speeches, and was narrated by Barbara
For a while, then, we had to abandon thoughts
of pleasure and fame and turn to less pleasant
things--Regents! How we did cram. We blew the
dust off ancient notebooks, spent a small fortune
on review books, and settled ourselves in a quiet
corner to learn a term's work overnight.
Somehow the week passed, and with it some of
the tension that had accompanied it, and we were
about to graduate. Two hundred and forty-two of
us took part in the exercises on January 30. We,
in caps and gowns, were preceded by the Honor
Guard in colonial costumes, as we marched to our
places on the stage as the orchestra played the
Coronation March from The Prophet by Meyer-
The program began with the Salute to the Flag
followed by the singing of the Star Spangled Ban-
ner by the audience and graduates. Dr. Fliedner
read a selection from the Bible. Then followed a
chorus, "Hark, the Vesper Hymn," by Gounod,
sung by the seniors.
Student speakers were Rosel Artman, Herbert
Rubinowitz, and Lorraine Ludwig.
Dr. Fliedner awarded the honors and gave the
citations. The exercises were concluded with the
singing of the Alma Mater.
To Herbert Rubinowitz went the Award of the
Phi Beta Kappa Alumni in New York, one of the
scholarships awarded by the Parents' Association
of the George Washington High School, the
Rensselaer Alumni Medal for excellence in science
and mathematics, the certificate awarded by the
Physics Teachers' Club of New York, and a medal
awarded by the Richard J. McNally Post No. 263
of the American Legion.
Frances Marmon received the other scholarship
awarded by the Parents' Association of the George
Washington High School, the medal of the Ameri-
can Association of Teachers of Spanish, and an-
other medal awarded by the Richard J. McNally
Post No. 265 of the American Legion.
The Spiers Memorial Medal went to Herbert
Levine, and Vera Hess received the pin of the
American Association of Teachers of French for
excellence in three years of French. The medal
awarded by the Hebrew Culture Council went to
Rhoda Shapiro, while Seymour Kaplan received
the John W. Alexander medal for merit in art. To
Evan Fisher went the Saint Gaudens medal for
Ruth Ellen Steinlauf received a certificate
awarded by the Biology Teachers' Club of New
York, and Arnold Zweig received the certificate
from the Chemistry Teachers' Club of New York.
The Ralph E. Horton Memorial Award went to
Bessie Carasoulos. Certificates awarded by the
teachers of social studies went to Beatrice Haber
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the Belding Memorial award in accounting while
Arlene Gerber received the Belding Memorial
award in secretarial studies. Harriet Budde and
Elizabeth Piszka each received a Gold Medal, a
senior award by the Girls' Health Education De-
partment. The Underwood Certificate went to
To john Anderson, Bessie Carasoulos, Herbert
Levine, Antonios Morfesis, Mary Ann Rodgers,
and Diana Douglas went the Frank A. Rexford
Certificates for cooperation in government.
But our january class had no sooner departed
than the june class showed it was not to be out-
done. We first set the term in motion by electing
our class officers. William Bernstein won a close
election to become President, Bessie Kordas won
over Eva Guggenheim for Secretary, and Allan
Chamson defeated Anastasia Haramis and Gilbert
Robinov to become Class Treasurer.
President, treasurer and secretary of the senior
official classes were respectively: 8-1, Sanford
Brodsky, Gilbert Robinov, Nina Minkoffg 8-2,
Mary Serbia, Allan Chamson, Elise Ziderg 8-5,
Anne Catacosinos, Elsa Glissman, Don Hermann,
8-4, Ronnie Swanson, Sonja Meyers, Eva Guggen-
heim, 8-6, Arnold Gans, Ruth Mintz, Mary Davis,
8-6, jerry Linchitz, john Simpson, Bessie Kordas,
8-7, Georgia Manos, Anastasia Haramis, Peggy
Glynosg 8-8, William Scott, Melvin Meyer, jean
Pincus, 8-9, William Bernstein, Francis Gudeman,
Elaine johnson, 8-10, George Marantis, Constance
Cummings, Rea Beliebter.
As the term began to get under way the newly
elected G.O. officers were congratulated and we
were well pleased with our selection of Bill
Schechter as President, Kirby Warren as Vice-
President, and Elaine Kokines as Secretary.
An account of some of our after-school activ-
ities, as given by Gilbert Robinov, reporter for the
"Cherry Tree", goes as follows:
"An eventful season filled with a variety of ac-
tivities was planned, and succeeded in leaving the
graduates with many enjoyable and pleasant mem-
ories. The first event was a swimming party held
at the Hotel St. George, where many seniors gath-
ered to exhibit their aquatic talents. A short time
later a large aggregation of eighth termers assem-
bled at Falcaro's Bowling Center, and it was due
mainly to the success of this event that the popular
Wednesday afternoon Bowling Club was later
formed. A senior dance at the Temple of the Cov-
enant was next on the schedule, and despite the
tumultuous conditions caused by an unexpectedly
large turnout, an extremely enjoyable time was had
by all. And finally, the roller skating party brings
back many fond memories. All present at the
Fordham Roller Skating Rink agreed they had had
a grand time, especially those who were grasping
for the rail most of the time.
"One of the highlights of the term was the tradi-
tional Senior Celebrities election held shortly be-
fore mid-term week. It took a great deal of time
and effort by a handful of students, however, to
get the results in under the wire and make the list
of winners in this book possible.
"All in all the hike, the movie party, the excur-
sion to Palisades Amusement Park, the boat ride,
and of course, Senior Week, all helped to make
the last term in G. W. an especially pleasant one.
Those momentous last five months, crowded with
enjoyable festivities, will long remain in the hearts
and memories of those who were fortunate enough
to have graduated in june 1951."
C A L L
Wind that whispers softly, sweetly.
What can tempt you toward a city's heart?
Wind that's born in womb of meadows,
Nursed where only gentle breezes start.
What among the asphalt' canyons
Can replace the wonderland you knew?
Tell me, wind that whispers softly.
Tell me so that I may know it, too.
SPRING COMES AGAIN
We met in Spring, the time of year
When eager, pilgrim buds appear,
And little girls, too, blossom forth
In shorter skirts of pinkish froth.
We two together watched the birth
That day by day enhanced the earth,
Then Summer came, Majestic Queen,
To dress the earth in deeper green,
And deeper too our love had grown,
Still bringing joys henceforth unknown.
For Nature at its peak last year,
Was like my love, devoid of fear,
But then, as summer slowly died,
And Autumn cast all green aside,
I felt that something else was lost,
It made me fear the coming frost.
The winter months were cruel and cold-
They mocked me for a love grown old,
And yet I found the means to write
Of lovers 'neath the summer night.
But you had no such thoughts of meg
And though I cried, you could not see
That love lives on when shared by two,
Yet does not die when one is through.
Spring's here again ?' I'm quite awareg
But do you think that I should care?
I nurse a heart forever lame,
And Spring will never be the same.
ROMANCE IN WHITE
I watched the downy snowflakes dance
From heaven's drap'ry misty gray
They ushered in a true romance.
I watched the downy snowflakes dance
And gave them but a casual glance
On that remembered Winter day,
I watched the downy snowflakes dance
From heaven's drap'ry misty gray.
THE SHOELAVCE BLUES
You're up in the morn, with a nice healthy yawn.
You're late so you run for your shoes.
You tug at the lace, but it snaps in your face.
My friend, that's the "Shoelace Blues."
You go look for a pairg they've
just got to be there, but they're
Not, and the clock's striking eight.
You hop into your shoes, to
Your horrible fate, and dash out
Of the house, away to your date.
So you try to act cool, and not
Like a fool with your shoelace
Dragging behind. ,
And you say to yourself, this
Won't happen again, at least
Not until the next time.
TOMORROW AND TOMORROW
Whenever, at the passing of a day
I feel regret at having lost an hourg
At having passed a field or special Howerg
Gone by some spot of beauty in my way,
Forgotten smallest sweetness of the May,
Or missed a drop of lightest April shower
Perhaps irrelevant to any power
But dear as yesterday's sad fading ray,
I pledge myself, with the tomorrow's sun
The meanest moment shall not go unseen,
Nor faintest song unheard and left to rust.
Tomorrow never comes, nor is begun,
For with the wind is lost what "might have been,"
And dawn awakes to find it part of dust.
1 o D A w N '
How stately now the naked trees that sway,
And bend their limbs with music to dawn,
Stand eagerly awaiting light of day,
Waiting while the folds of night are drawn.
The darkest hour of night is long to stay.
A ray of light now changes all the sky,
Wakening all life to silent dawn's
Arrival heralded with the trees that sigh.
Her voice unheard among the urban hills
Leaves valleys dead without a ray of light
Because this quietude so swiftly kills
All light without the legs or wings of flight.
The sun pursues along an unkept trail
And leaves the night behind-a tattered veil.
SPRING'S LOOSE IN TOWN
Ocean Parkway's gilded by the sung
Fifth Avenue's bright with chic chapeaux de France.
The vernal equinox has winter on
The rung here's gaiety in every glance.
Forsythia's bright on Riverside Driveg
The Botany class takes to the field.
Durocher clamorsg the rookies strive.
Young love with kisses is happily sealed.
There's painting of boats on City Island sand,
In Rockefeller Plaza tulips bloom.
The cardboard goat announces his bock beer brand,
The Palmolive bride smiles at the Kremel groom.
The rash of clover in Central Park's a sight.
The smell of earth and life! This Spring's all right!
AN AUTUMN MORNING AT EIGHT
The cool wind-blown street
Of autumn morn is stilled,
And sleeps until human feet
Shall stir it from its silent sleep.
Until the naked brown leaf
Shall blow hissing down its silent ways,
Down her rain-washed leaden face.
The street lies still
Beneath the quick'ning clouds
And silent chill,
SPRING'S SWEET SONG
The singing voice of Spring is here,
It came upon an April breeze,
And sounds of nature brush my ear.
In giggling brooks, by zephyrs clear,
Through airy caves, o'er rolling seas,
The singing voice of Spring is here.
The migrant birds chirp with cheer,
As winds whisk through the rippling trees,
And sounds of nature brush my ear.
All new-born creatures have no fear,
They're caroled by a strolling breeze,
The singing voice of Spring is here.
Sweet April sheds a mournful tear
Yet earthling flowers she does please
And sounds of nature brush my ear.
Now Spring plays tunes for all to hear,
Enriching earth with melodies,
The singing voice of Spring is here,
And sounds of nature brush my ear.
T H E P R O J E C T
New buildings climbing higher,
Looking down upon the old-
New buildings reaching skyward,
Clutching stories yet untold,
Banging, clanging men are working,
Putting each red brick in place.
Roaring, screaming noises lurking,
Setting up a frantic pace ....
Until these bricks in structures stand,
To outlive time and outlive man-
They cannot truly symbolize
All man's achievement at its rise.
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Guys and Dolls .... Senior: on Graduation Day
Out of This World
What every girl ray: of her Prom gown
The Green Pastures ..... The :chool': :tadium
The Happy Time ....... Senior activitie:
Season in the Sun ....... Summer Vacation
South Pacific .... What a Senior dream: of :eeing
Bell, Book and Candle .Cramming in the "wee" hour:
Second Threshold ....... Entering college
My Blue Heaven ....... Graduation Day
So Long, It's Been Good to Know You
A departing :enior
jet, My Love ......... A :peedy term
Thinking of You ......... Graduation
I Apologize . . . An unprepared girl to Mi:: Robert:
Full Moon and Empty Arms .... No Prom date
Tea for Two . . . .... Parent:' Reception
I Can Dream Can't I? ..., Of going to college
It's Too Soon to Know . . Our mark: before exam:
If .... . Introduction: of G. O.': candidate:
As Time Goes By . . . Four year: of High School
My Heart Cries for You . . . High School diploma
Some Enchanted Evening . . . Graduation night
It's a Sure Thing .... Mid-term: alway: come
Pretty Eye Baby ..... Prettie:t girl of the cla::
Sing, Everyone, Sing .... Mir: Don': in:truction:
I'll Never Know Why . I didn't work harder in H. S.
Possibilities ..... Of pa::ing ALL our regent:
If I Were a Bell . . I'd ring :ooner than at 3 o'cloch
The Thing ........ Regent: review hook
More Than I Care to Remember
Amendment: to the Con:titution
T. V. P R 0 G R A M S
We the People ....... Student: of G. W.
They Stand Accused . . Student: cheating during a te:t
What's My Line? .... Senior.: reciting "Macbeth"
On Trial .......... Until graduation
Talent Search . .Mi:: Don preparing for Senior Show
Suspense . . . . . llzziting forthe pink :lip day
Trapped . . . . Cutter: in the lunchroom
Blind Date ........ Regent: que:tion:
Truth or Consequences . . Eye: on your own paper
Broadway Open House . . . Senior theater party
Quiz Kids ......... Ari:ta -member:
The Big Story ...... Student to Mi:: Myer:
Front Page Detective Mr. Ellijfe tracking down cutter:
To Be Announced . . Who graduate: and who doe:n"t
Beat the Clock
. . Mad ru:h to :chool in the A.M.
Headlines . . . . Senior celehritie: title:
Feature Film . . . . G. W.': Camera Squad dream
Wrestling . ..... With homework
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Times That Try Men's Souls ,..... Exams
Among These Are Life, Liberty and
the Pursuit of Happiness . . 3 o'clorh .fuhway ruth
Don't Give Up the Ship . . That'.v if you can't Jwim
The power to tax is the power to destroy .Senior duet
Remember the Alamo .... The fight to part examr
Go West, Young Man . There'r no Regenty out there
Le Us Have Peace ..... Fill in our own mark:
Full Dinner Pail ....... The lunchroom
A Public Ofhce Is a Public Trust . The trearurer'5 ojice
Back to Normal ...... A fter Englirh speecher
Watchful Waiting ....... Graduation day
The Policy of the Good Neighbor
Letting you .ree her anrwerr
The Four Freedoms
Freedom from reading, writing, arithmetir, and rchool
The Only Thing to Fear Is Fear Itself
Not inrluding Mr. Henry
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Try and Stop Me "Frerhy" approaching Squad member
I Never Left Home
Hoohy-player'.r reply to "Where were you P"
Lost Weekend . . . Reropying note hook to hand in
So Little Time ........ Until graduation
I Chose Freedom ..... I studied and graduated
The Miracle of the Bells
When called on to anrwer .romething you don't know.
This Side of Innocence . . Who copied from whom?
M O V I E S
September Affair ...... Start of a new term
Payment on Demand ....... Senior Due:
Macbeth ..... ,. Memorable 8th term English
Up Front ...... Prortor'J favorite exprerrion
14 Hours ....
Born Yesterday . .
Stars in My Crown . .
Cause for Alarm .
Battle Ground . . .
Magnificent Brute . .
Father's Little Dividend
Storm Warning . . .
Tales of Hoffmann . .
All the King's Men .
johnny Eager . .
Prelude to Fame .
Surrender Dear . .
. . Night of cramming
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. . . . . Pink flip:
. Exit ruth at 3 o'clock
. . Athlete ofthe clarr
. . . Graduating Jenior
. Mid-term report rard
. Gorrip at lunch period
Mr. Ellijfe'J Jervire rquad
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TA P E R B R A S S
With silent stealth the air Of dusk
Pervades the darkened hall.
Across the floor and darkened wall
The shadows slowly crawl.
And up upon the book-case lay
Two darkened candle sticks
Where silence also reigns,
But soon this mournful taper brass
Shall shimmer like a gem.
From out their darkened crowns shall come
A light from heaven's throne,
And light shall usher forth tonight
To greet the Sabbath Queen.
P O E T R Y
Spinning a yarn
With thread of gold,
Her story told.
Weaving a web,
Of texture light,
Beauty, she caught,
And held it tight.
Fairest word form!
By happy chance,
Into your web
Did Beauty dance!
T H E N E W Y E A R
Once more the time-filled page is turned
By Fate's celestial hunt,
Erasing all the deeds of past
At calendar's command.
The new-born year demands a start
On paper white and clear,
A challenge to integrity
Throughout the coming year.
I C A L L 0 N T H E E
I think to aid you from this whirl you be,
And bring to you a more than helping hand.
Yet as I try to save you from that sea,
That lifts its greedy arms and damps the sand,
The ever gaining tide doth come unsated.
It reaps the grain we strive so long to grow
Upon these fields. They cry for mercy faded,
Yet there is a way to save the world, I know.
It is a man, we put our trust in him
Who casts aside this selfish way we take,
And leads the world beyond this stage so dim,
Someone equipped to help our world to wake,
I call on thee to bind again the string,
That I may hear the bells in freedom ring.
A LOVELY NIGHT
To see the darkness need not be death
Or evil witches brewing magic,
Or green-eyed cats stalking prey
While hungry rodents feast.
Tonight I see the moon,
A lonely sailor's nostalgia.
The lovebird's light and inspiration,
A picture in every artist's heart.
Suddenly! I see it not.
The shadow casts itself upon the moon like a jealous child
The sky hides the boastful moon in its star-studded blue
I N A U T U M N
Along the many paths between the hills,
The embers of a graying sun have laid,
In quiet glens which falling water fills
With laughter spilled beyond the near facade
A mat of gallant leaves that do impart,
With brilliance of a many-colored dye,
A message from the haughty hierarch
To every tree that would not see them die.
Along the path each tree they thus emboss,
In readiness for nature's final act-
When white will be the paths, the trees, the moss
Throughout the vastness of the forest tract.
Here joyously they end their last display
With autumn's wind they dance their final play
Pres: William Bernstein
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R CLASS OFFICERS June
Treas.: Allan Chamson
G.O. OFFICERS June
Pres.: Bill Schechter
Vice-Pres.: Kirby Warren
Sec.: Elaine Kokines
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LAST WIIILIL AN
E, THE GRADUATING CLASSES of 1951,
being of sound mind and memory, and
mindful of the uncertainties of undergraduate life,
do hereby make, publish, declare, and proclaim
this to be our last will and testament, hereby re-
voking all former wills heretofore contemplated
In grateful recognition of the services of the
administrative staff, we direct our executors to pay
all our debts, especially our debt of gratitude, as
soon after graduation as possible.
Being fully aware of the task that was imposed
upon our long-suffering subject and official class
teachers, we hereby bequeath them each and sev-
erally, a long sigh of relief at our departure.
To the Graduating Classes of 1952, we, the
party of the first part, bequeath to you, the future
party of the first part, our more than ample supply
of duplicate admit slips, program cards, passes to
leave the building, and late slips.
To the Sophomores we reserve the sole and ex-
clusive right of misdirecting each unsuspecting
freshman to the basement when he wants to go to
To the Freshmen we bequeath one road map
and a copy of the book, "Who's Who in G.W."
To Dr. Fliedner we leave our deepest and sin-
cerest gratitude for all he has done in such a short
To Mrs. Chapin we bequeath a "unique', senior
To the Music Department we leave a fresh con-
signment of students who really appreciate good
To Miss McGloin we leave a more Republican-
minded American History class.
To Miss O'Brien we give a Geiger-counter with
which to find all students who make their way to
offices five seconds after the official period begins.
To the Art Department we leave all the art sup-
plies it can use, free of charge.
To Mr. Martyn we bequeath a publisher who
will publish his revised edition of "Macbeth"
To Miss McEvoy we reserve, exclusively, a 200
I.Q. motorized Honor Ushers' Corps.
To Mr. Kutcher we leave a term when all pro-
grams are accepted as they are.
To Mr. Kenny we leave a thirty-year N.B.C.
contract to compete with Milton Berle.
To the Chem. Lab. we leave an ample supply olf
To the P.T. departments we reserve two periods,
one for P.T. and the other in which to get dressed
and to the next class on time.
To the Attendance and Late Offices we leave
the remaining body' of students.
To the Cutting Ollice we leave the bodies of the
To the breathless girls whose programs call for
a fourth floor class immediately after P.T., we
knowingly and sympathetically donate a brand
new escalator exclusively for their use.
To the Lighting Squad we leave a multi-colored
To the Lunchroom we leave a complete set of
Gorham sterling silverware and glassware by
Steuben to enhance the country-club atmosphere.
To the awed and wishful Freshmen we leave a
four-year dream of sliding down the bannisters of
the marble staircases.
To the girls who take swimming we leave elec-
tric hair driers guaranteed to dry, set, and wave
their shining tresses in ten seconds.
To the Service Squad we leave two dozen arm-
ored knights with fixed lances, to be stationed at
the various doors of the building.
To the Biology Department we leave one
slightly overripe banana and 10,000 fruit flies to
To the soon-to-be-disillusioned Freshmen we
leave perfect programs with fourth period lunch,
so that the shock of entering G.W. will not seem
All the rest, residue, and remainder we leave to
the Hatchet Board of Editors who succeed us, and
may God have mercy on their souls.
In witness whereof we have hereunto
subscribed our names and affixed our
seals this 30th day of june 1951.
ADAMS, ELECTRA Arisfa, Honor Guard, G.O.
Benefif Performance, Senior Assemblies, General
ADLER, GRETA French Auxilium, Mafh Auxilium,
ARONS, LAWRENCE KENNETH
ARTMAN, ROSEL M. lsham Newspaper Edifor,
lsham Orchesfra, Poefry Club, Senior Grade Ad-
viser's Office, Glee Club
AITKEN, MARGUERITE A. Lafin Auxilium, Eng-
lish Office, Grade Adviser's Office, Program Com-
ANDERSON, JOHN W.' R. Honor Ushers' Corps,
Swimming Office, Track Team, Lunch Squad, Sen-
ior Grade Adviser's Office
AUERBACH, HELEN RUTH Modern Liferafure
Club, Grade Adviser's Office, English Office,
Cuffing Office, French Auxilium
AVILES, ANGELA Pan-American Club, Spanish
Auxilium, Healfh Ed. Office, English Office, Senior
BAKER, MARION RUTH Arisfa Auxilium, Sfeno. BATSU, VASll-
Office, Life-Saving Club
BARTFELD, LAURA ANN Honor Guard, o.o. BATTLE- I-OIS MARILYN
Represenfafive, Class Secretary, Lunch Squad,
Healfh Ed. Office
BLANCO, PHILIP Lunch squad, sefvic. Squad, BRADY- Tl'-DA F- Slew- Avxilivm
BLANDI' ANTHONY GEORGE Honor Ushers' BRESSLER, ARNOLD Mimeograph Squad, Lunch
Corps' Cherry Tree Smffi Assembly Commune' Squad, Service Squad, Senior Grade Adviser's
Judicial Board, Mimeograph Squad Omc'
ARDAN, FRANK JAMES
ARNFELD, URSEL Healfh Ed. Office, Affendance
Office, G.O. Represenfafive, Pan-American Club,
BAILEY, EDRIE JEAN Glee Club
BECK, SARAH Grade Adviser's Office, Forum
Club, French Office, Mafh Auxilium, General
BERGER, CAROL S. Senior Grade Adviser's Of-
fice, English Office, Modern Liferafure Club, Bio.
Auxilium, Cuffing Office
BRISBANE, LEE Lunch Squad, Service Squad,
BROWN, CLARENCE Orchesfra
J A N U A R Y
BUCKY, PETER Service Squad
BUDDE, HARRIET Healfh Ed. Office, Hafchef
Represenlolive, Lunch Squad, Pan-American Club
CIFFONE, IRENE ANN
Ed, Office, Class Presidenf
Newman Club, Healfh
COHEN, MARTHA DORIS General Office, Grade
Adviser's Office, English Office, Bio. Lab. Squad,
COMO, NANCY C. English Office, Sfeno. Office,
Newman Club, Class Secrefary, Giff Commilfee
CONNEALLY, CATHERINE ANN Newman Club,
Healfh Ed. Office, Gym Pianisf, Orchesfra
CUMISKY, GERALDINE J. Isham G.O. VicefPresi-
denf, Isham Dancing Club, Isham Rehearsal Club,
English Office, Service Squad
DALTON, ALFRED H. Arisfa, Honor Ushers'
Corps, Service Squad, Book Squad
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Tree Sfaff, English Office, Hafchef Business Slaff, ' I I
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DEMPSEY, GEORGE A., JR.
DENNIS, SMEDLEY ORLAND Lunch Squad
DIAZ, HECTOR LUIS
DOUGLAS, DIANA CARRICK Arisla Secrefary,
Honor Guard, English Office, Lafin Auxilium,
Mafh, Club Secrefary
DREYFUSS, BERTHA Healfh Ed. Office
DRIVER, PATRICIA A.
DRIVER, WILSONIA BENITA Modern Liferafure
Club, Healfh Ed, Office, Class Secrefary, French
ECKSTEIN, SYBIL Poefry Club, Grade Adviser's
Office, Chem. Lab. Squad, Bio. Office
FISHER, EVAN W.
FISHER, JAMES F. Service Squad, Judicial
Board, G.O. Represenfafive
EISENBERG, PAULA Affendance Office, English
Office, Senior Grade Adviser's Offlce, Modern
ELSNER, WILLIAM CHARLES Service Squad,
FLETCHER, FRANCES JOYCE Glee Club, Service
Squad, Mafh. Office, Arisfa Tea Hosfess
FOLEY, KATHLEEN General Office, Bookkeeping
DOSTOURIAN, EDMOND ARA Arisfa, Program
Commiffee, Honor Ushers' Corps, Grade Adviser's
Office, General Office
DOTSON, FRANKIE General Office, Arisfa,
Mafh Auxilium, Lafin Auxilium, Arisfa Service
Sfudies Office, Spanish Office, French Office
Prom Commiffee, Social
EATON, ELAINE MARIE Lafin Auxilium, Lunch
Squad, Band-Orchesfra Ensemble, Healfh Ed.
Office, Glee Club
FALVEY, GERTRUDE MARIE Dancing Club,
Cherry Branch Sfaff, Isham Lunch Squad, Isham
FEEHAN, JOHN JOSEPH Service Squad
FORTUNO, ANTHONY W. Service Squad
FRANK, CAROL ANN Giff Commiflee. Sfeno.
Auxilium, Bio. Auxilium, Secfion Secrefary, Healfh
FRAZIER, HARRIET Glee Club, Swimming Club
Health Ed. Office, Steno. Office, G.O. Repre-
FULLER, MARGEURITE Attendance Office, Cut-
ting Office, Swimming Office, Arista Auxilium
GALDI, ROSEMARIE C. Steno. Office, Bookkeep-
ing Office, Newman Club, Steno. Auxilium, Book-
GALLAGHER, THERESA ANN Newman Club
Camera Club, Chemistry Squad, Chemistry Club
GELBMAN, ARLENE X. Cherry Tree Staff, Bio.
Lab. Squad, Modern Literature Club
GERBER, ARLENE Arista, Steno. Auxilium, Class
Treasurer lSenior Councill, Modern Literature
Club, Bio. Auxilium, General Office
GOTTSCHALK, FRANK Honor Ushers' Corps,
Senior Grade Adviser's Office, French Club Presi-
dent, Stamp Club President
GOULBOURNE, SHIRLEY AILEEN Glee Club,
Latin Auxilium, Health Ed. Office, General Office
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GALLEGO, OLGA Judicial Board, Lunch Squad,
Health Ed. Office, General Office
GALLOUSIS, SPIRO Arista, Program Committee,
Judicial Board, Senior Grade Adviser's Office,
Band and Orchestra
GOLDBERG, EYELYN S. Latin Auxilium
GOLDMAN, MAURICE SOLOMON
GRAFFMAN, RHEA AILEEN Arista Installation
Committee, G.O. Publicity Committee, Chem.
Lab. Squad, Math, Club, English Office
GRAY, ROBERT IRVING Math. Office, Attend-
ance Office, Service Squad, Class Treasurer
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GREENHUTI ROSE R, HABER, BEATRICE Arisfa, Modern Liferafure HARBILAS, PETER Service Squad
HAY, PATRICIA ELLEN Senior Council, Honor
Guard, Healfh Ed. Office
HENEHAN, WILLIAM J. Service Squad, Lunch
HOAGLAND, GAIL M. English Office, Spanish
Auxilium, Biology Auxilium
HOLLINGSWORTH, BURVIN Truck Team, Service
Squad, Lafeness Squad, Cross-Counfry Team
JACOVIDES, GEORGE English Book Squad
JAFFE, MORDECAI J. Honor Ushers' Corps,
Arisfa, Tennis Team, Bio. Club, French Office
Club, English Office, Judicial Board, G.O. Repre-
HERSCHAFT, HILARY Judicial Board, Cherry
Tree Sfaff, Swimming Office, Book Squad, Forum
HERTZ, EDITH RUTH Healfh Ed. Office, Lafin
HUNT, HERMA LEE Lafin Office
INGUI, ANNA R. C. Healfh Ed. Office, Sfeno.
Office, Bookkeeping Office, Music Office, Glee
JAMES, VILMA Y.
JOHNSON, HAROLD' Service Squad
HESS, VERA J. Arisfa, Chairman Arisfa lnsfalla-
'lions Commiffee, Grade Adviser's Office, Senior
Grade Adviser's Office, French Office
HINDS, MARLYN O. Swimming Office, English
Office, Cheering Squad, Prom Commiffee, Lunch
IWAMOTO, MAKI ANN
miffee, English Office, Mafh Auxilium
Arisfo, Program Com-
JACKSON, WILLIAM KIRK Lunch Squad, Senior
Week Commiffee, Service Squad
JONES, ANNIE RUTH Healfh Ed. Office
JONES, DONALDA LEE Arisfa Auxilium, Swim-
ming Club, Swimming Office, Affendance Office
JORDAN, DOROTHY MARIE General Office,
Choral Club, Swimming Club, Glee Club
JURGENS, CHRISTINE CAROLINE Arhfa, lsham
Execufive Council, Grade Adviser's Office, Span-
ish Office, lsham Rehearsal Club, Isham Dancing
KALB, MORTON l. Judicial Board, Physics Club,
Phofography Club, Sfamp Club, Health Ed. Office
KASPARIAN, JOHN I.
Lab. Squad, Handball
Service Squad, Chem.
KATZ, JAY PAUL Service Squad
KELLEY, WALTER F. Healfh Ed. Office, Lunch
Squad, Service Squad
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refary, G.O. Represenfafive, Service Squad
KONNON, ANNA Affsndance Office, Cuffing
Office, Halchef Represenfafive, Senior Assembly
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Squad, Bio. Lab. Squad
Service Squad, Lunch
KREUTER, DORIS B, French Office, Math Aux-
ilium, Lunch Squad, Attendance Office
LAUHHEIM, LORE E. Glee Club, Poetry Club,
Chem. Lab. Squad, Biology Office, G.O. Pub-
LEVINE, HERBERT M. Leader of Arista, Honor
Ushers' Corps, Program Committee, Grade Ad-
viser's Office, French Club
LEWIS, UDELL Glee Club, Lateness Office,
LIVINGSTON, ADRIANE SUE Cherry Tree Staff,
Health Ed. Office, Gift Committee, G.O. Repre-
sentative, Spanish Auxilium
MALDONADO, ANNA English Office, Pan-Amer-
MALINOWITZ, BERNICE Arista, Chairman Aux-
ilium Committee, Class Treasurer Senior Council,
Math Auxilium, Secretarial Studies Office, Swim-
KURTZ, MICHAEL Senior Grade Adviser's Of-
fice, Service Squad, Glee Club, Cherry Tree Staff
LEVINE, JOYCE MARILYN Health Ed. Office,
LEVINSON, MONROE MARTIN Poetry Club
LOPEZ, SONIA E. Isham Judicial Board, Grade
Adviser's Office, Isham Dancing Club, Isham Re-
hearsal Club, Service Squad
LOWENSTEIN, HILDE Grade Adviser's Office,
French Office, French Club, Poetry Club
MANEATES, ANTHONY Poetry Club, Health Ed.
Office, English Boolr Squad
MARCUS, NORMAN JEROME Stage Crew Cap-
tain, Service Squad, Swimming Office, Lunch
LACHER, ELEANOR Arista Auxilium, Lunch
Squad, General Office, Gift Committee, Cherry
LANDAU, DIANA H. French Club, G.O. Repre-
sentative, Math Auxilium, French Auxilium, Gen-
LEVY, MAXINE L. Health Ed. Office
LEWIS, ANTHONY M.
Forum Club, Health Ed.
Orchestra, Art Club,
Office, Lunch and Serv-
LUDWIG, LORRAINE ELISE English Office, Sen-
ior Council, Bio. Auxilium, Secretary Senior Sec-
tion, Parents' Reception Committee
LUSSES, PEGGY A. English Office, Math. Club,
Bio. Auxilium, French Auxilium, General Office
MARKOWITZ, ARTHUR Lunch Squad, Service
Squad, Glee Club
MARMON, FRANCES CYNTHIA Arista, Program
Committee, English Office, Isham Newspaper Edi-
tor, General Office
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MclVER, JOAN E. Glee Club, Healfh Ed. Office, MENGER5. 5U5I Glee Club. RBHQGFSGI Club
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Capfaln Lunch Squad, Heallh Ed, Office Spanish Office, Arisfa Tea Hosfess, Arisfa Aux-
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ferfainmenf Commiffee Chairman, Dance Accom-
NEWTON, SUZANNE Lunch Squad, English Of-
fice, Prom Commiffee, Presidenf Senior Official
Secfion, Senior Assembly Commiffee
PINOU, ARISTEDES BASIL
PISZKA, ELIZABETH MARY 6.0, Secrefary,
Honor Guard, Cheering Squad, Cherry Tree Sfaff,
Grade Adviser's Office
RAMIREZ, AUREA ESTHER Pan-American Club,
REDD, PATSY ELIZABETH Honor Guard, Biology
Auxilium, Chemistry Auxilium, Modern Liferafure
Club, Swimming Club
RICHLESS, AUDREY G. Lafin Office, Grade Ad-
viser's Office, Arf Office, Sfeno. Auxilium, Arisfa
PAPSON, DOROTHY W. Lunch Squad, Cuhing
Office, Lafin Auxilium, French Office, Healfh Ed.
PEISNER, BARBARA ANN Cheering Squad, G.O.
Show, Medical Room, Glee Club, Sfeno, Office
POTTOK, HARRY Service Squad, Glee Club,
Modern Liferafure Club
POWERS, HERBERT N. Service Squad Caplain,
REGAN, WILLIAM J. Baskefball Team, Lunch
Squad, Service Squad
REINES, NORMAN Service Squad
RODGERS, MARY ANN
English Office, Forum Club, Lafin Office, Healfh
RODRIGUEZ, EVELYN Pan-American Club Secre-
fary, Swimming Club, Lunch Squad, Sfeno. Office,
Senior Grade Adviser's Office
PFLUGER MARGARET M. Healfh Ed. Office,
Lafin Auxilium, Senior Grade Adviser's Office
PHIFER, MARY ELIZABETH Glee Club, Senior
Grade Adviser's Office, Lunch Squad, Grade
Adviser's Office, Health Ed. Office
POYAS, RUBY L. Grade Adviser's Office, Cuf-
fing Office, Parenfs' Recepfion Commiffee, Swim-
ming Club, Lunch Squad Co-Capfain
PRIESER, SEYMOUR Swimming Team, Service
Squad, Lunch Squad, Swimming Office, English
RICHARDS, AUBREY RAY Service Squad
President Poefry Club, RODRIGUEZ, MARY JANE
RODRIGUEZ, SALLY L.
.I A N U A R Y
ROMANAT, EVELYN ESTHER Pan-American Club
ROSE, MARILYN JUDITH English Office, Pro-
gram Commitfee, lsham Lunch Squad, lsham
Main Office, lsham Color Guard, G.O. Repre-
RUBINSTEIN, SHELDON Bio. Lab. Squad, Serv-
SALOMON, JACK H. Service Squad
SCHEIN, SYDELLE E. Arista Tea Hosfess, Steno.
Auxilium, Swimming Office
SCHRIMMER, PETER Service Squad, Lunch
SHEEHAN, DANIEL M.
SHEPHERD, ALFRED ARTHUR Lunch Squad Cap-
fain, Healfh Ed. Office
ROTH, ILENE Co-Chairman Arisfa Auxilium
Commiflee, Program Commiffee, Cuffing Office,
Glee Club, Arisfa
RUBINOWITZ, HERBERT SEYMOUR Cherry Tree
Edifor, Arisfa Admissions Commilfee Chairman,
Senior Class Vice-President, Program Commiffee,
Chairman Execufive Commirfee Honor Ushers'
SAMARAS, HELEN J. Health Ed. Office, Lunch
Squad, 6.0. Represenfafive, Bank and Sfore
SCHECK, JOSEPHINE M. Healfh Ed. Office
SEGAL, JULIUS Service Squad, Lafeness Squad,
Social Sfudies Office, He -
SHAPIRO, RHODA Healfh Ed. Office, 6.0. Rep-
resenfafive, Arista Auxilium
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Chairman Dance Commiffee, Swimming Club, '
Lunch Squad, Glee Club
SMILOWITZ, SAUL S. Track Team, Boys' Cheer-
ing Squad, Lunch Squad, Service Squad
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Office, Lunch Squad, Sfeno. Office, Bookkeeping
SMITH, ANNE B. Class Secrefary, Library Squad,
Giee Club, Affendance Office, Grade Adviser's
SMITH, OLIVE M. Lunch Squad, G.O, Treasurer's
SOKOL, LYDIA Hafchef Represenfafive, Arf Of-
fice, Spanish Office, Lunch Squad
STAHL, MARTIN Slamp Club STRAUSS, HARRY President Modern Liferafure
Club, Arisfa, Honor Ushers' Corps, English Office
Book Squad, Service Squad
STEINLAUF, RUTH ELLEN Cuffing Office, Music
SWEENEY, THOMAS R, Library Squad, Healfh
TURCHUN, ALICE Lunch Squad, Choral Group,
French Office, Sfeno. Office
VAUGHAN, MARILYN FLORA Glee Club, Swim-
ming Office, Lunch Squad
VALLE, HAROLD ELLIOT Lunch Squad, Lafeness
VLATOS, CONSTANTINE N. Lunch Squad Cap-
Squad, lnlramural Baskefball Team, Track Team
fain, Service Squad, Judicial Board Leader, Sen-
ior Grade Adviser's Office, lnframural Baskefball
WEISBORD, ROBERT Service Squad WERNICK, BARBARA LOU Judicial Board, Ex-
ecufive Council, G.O. Publicify Commiffee, Senior
Week Commiffee, Placemenf Office
WENZ, CHARLES F. WILLIAMS. JENNY Bookkeeping Office
SPENCE, ALMA A. Senior
Ed. Office, English Office,
TAUB, MYRNA YVETTE
Program Commiffee, Sp
Class Treasurer, Healfh
Girls' Swimming Team
Arisfa, English Office,
anish Auxilium, Grade
THEODORE, ARTEMIS Lafin Auxilium, French
Auxilium, Arisfa Insfalla
fions Commiffee, Bio.
E. Swimming Office,
Service Squad, G.O. Represenfafive, Healfh Ed.
Office, Senior Grade Adviser's Office
WEIL, PETER H. Track Team, Cross-Counfry Team
WILLS, WILLIAM O. Track Team, Cross-Counfry
Team, Service Squad, Affendance Office, Grade
WILT, GLORIA S. Camera Club, Cuffing Office,
General Office, French Auxilium
WOOLFOLK, ALTHEA Cheering Squqd, Glqe WOTHERSPOON, MARGARET LOUISE Arisla,
Club President, Heallh Ed. Office, Cuffing Office, General Office, Senior Grade Adviser's Office
WOOLRIDGE, THOMAS A. Service Squad YUELYS, GEORGE Service Squad, English Book
Squad, Class Treasurer, Lunch Squad
ZSCHALER, CLARA MARTHA Poelry Club, Ar?
ZWEIG, ARNOLD Arisla, Modern Liferalure
Club, Mafh Auxilium, Science Auxilium
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BEST LOOKING GIRL ....
BEST LOOKING BOY . .
MOST POPULAR GIRL .
MOST POPULAR BOY . .
CLASS ACTRESS . . .
CLASS ACTOR . . .
BEST DRESSED GIRL .
BEST DRESSED BOY .
ALWAYS PREPARED .
MOST TALENTED . .
MOST VERSATILE .
CLASS MUSICIAN . .
CLASS ARTIST . .
CLASS POET . . .
SHINING LIGHT .....
LITERARY LIGHT ....
MOST VALUABLE TO G. W. .
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED .
MOST ENTERTAINING . .
GIRL ATHLETE .....
BOY ATHLETE . . .
CLASS BABY ....
MOST COURTEOUS . .
CLASS POLITICIAN . .
BEST NATURED . .
. . Sue Newton
. Alex Dzilvelis
. . Philip Blanco
. Marlyn Hinds
. . Ruby Poyas
. Smedley Dennis
. Margaret Fuller
. . Susi Mengers
. Electra Adams
. Spiro Gallousis
. Seymour Kaplan
. . Rosel Artman
. Rhea Graflman
. . . Vera Hess
. Charles Wenz
. Diana Douglas
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. . . Jay Katz
. Barbara Multz
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BEST LOOKING BOY . .
CLASS POET ....
LITERARY LIGHT .
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CLASS ACTOR .
CLASS ACTRESS . .
CLASS MUSICIAN ....
MOST TALENTED ....
MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED
MOST VALUABLE TO G. W.
MOST ENTERTAINING . .
BEST NATURED .....
MOST VERSATILE . . .
ALWAYS PREPARED . .
CLASS ATHLETE QBOYQ .
CLASS ATHLETE QGIRLJ .
CLASS BABY ......
BEST DRESSED BOY . .
BEST DRESSED GIRL . .
MOST COURTEOUS . .
CLASS POLITICIAN ....
. Elaine Kokines
. Elaine Johnson
. George Brown
. Ronnie Moore
. . Louise Gross
. . Rita Reitzer
. . Robert Flynn
. Melvin Meyer
. . Harvey Sklar
. Lorraine Lopez
. Bill Schechter
. Rhoda Freeland
. Beatrice Smith
. Barbara Daniels
. . Bob Mendes
. Christine Stratos
. . Ina Fasman
. Ronald Swanson
. Florence Teller
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Office .O, Represenfafive, Rehearsal Club
ABRAHAMS, MURIEL English Office, Cuffing
Office, Music Office, Spanish Auxilium, G.O.
ANDERSON, JOHN Service Squad, Swimming
ANZEL, ELAINE Lunch Squad, Swimming Club.
BABITT, IVAN Healfh Ed. Office, Service Squad,
Baskefball Squad, Lunch Squad
BADILLO, HILDA GLADYS Glee Club, Pan-
American Club, Counselor's Office
BANOS, GEORGIA PENELOPE Lunch Squad,
Healfh Ed. Office, Cuffing Office, Swimming
BARON, WALLACE J. Service Squad, Lunch
Squad, Bio. Lab. Squad
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AMATO, ANTHONY A. Lunch Squad, Service
Squad, Sfage Crew, Swimming Office
ALIAGA JOSEPH Book S uad Forum Club,
, q , ANASTASIO, CATHERINE Arisfa, English, Cuf-
fing, Spanish, Grade Adviser's Offices, Pan-Amer-
' in . ican Club, Glee Club, Arisfa Auxiliums
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ANZEL, SANFORD Capfain Aying Squad, Cab-
ARNALL, ANN Spanish Office, Hafchef Repre-
fain Lunch Squad, Glee Club
APPEL, JAMES BARRY Arisfa, Honor Ushers'
Corps, Band, Orchesfra, Bio. Lab. Squad
AUTEN, MARILYN L.
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fee, Grade Adviser's Office, French Auxilium,
Insfallafions Commiffee Chairman
BANCROFT, EMILY LEONA
BAILEY, GEORGE Modern Liferafure Club,
BALAZS, ANDREW G. Mafh Club, French
Forum Club, Arisfa Auxilium, Physics Lab.
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BASSO, ANTHONY D. Service
Squad, Book Squad Office
Lunch BAUM, NORMA H. Lunch Squad, Healfh Ed.
BATISTE, SANDRA Chem. Lab. Squad, Chem. BELIEBTER, RIA Cuffing Office, Lunch Squad,
Auxilium, Bio. Auxilium G.O. Represenfafive, Auxilium
BENDER, JOAN MARIE
BERDEGUER, BARBARA Secrefarial Sfudies Office,
BERGER, MARTIN ALLEN Baskefball Team, Mod-
ern Liferafure Club, Band, Orchesfra
BERGMAN, PHILIP STUART Hafchel Sfaff Pho-
tographer, Camera Club, Physics Lab. Squad,
Chem. Lab. Squad, Service Squad
BERNSTEIN, CAROL MARCIA Health Ed. Of-
fice, French Club, Hafchef Represenfafive
BIBERFELD, DORA Glee Club, Library Squad,
Swimming Office, Spanish Office, Gift Commiffee
BIELKOWITZ, OVID R. Sfage Crew, Chem.
Office, Service Squad, Camera Club
BERNSTEIN, WILLIAM Arisla Program Commif-
fee Chairman, Senior Class Presideni, Honor
Ushers' Corps, Execufive Council, Mimeograph
BESTHOFF, HOWARD JOEL
BIENHEIM, RUTH English Office, Arisfa, Giff
BIERMAN, HOWARD French Office, Music Office
BINNS, YVONNE SHIRLEY Secrefarlal Sfudies BLAND, JOHN HENRY Swimming Team, Band,
Office, Lunch Squad, Hafchef Represenfafive Gleg Club, Service Squad
BLACKMAN, WARREN C. Arf Club, Glee Club, BLUMENFELD, VICTOR French Club, Healfh Ed.
Track Team, Service Squad, Lunch Squad Office
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BLUMING, HILLELENE SHERMAN Mafh Club,
Grade Adviser's Office, Biology Auxilium, Arisfa,
BOZANT, THERESA SHIRLEY Lunch Squad, Swim-
ming Club, Healfh Ed. Office, Cuffing Office,
BRADY, JOYCE Swimming Club
BRONSTEIN, SUZANNE HELENE Advanced
Swimming Club, Senior Life-Saving Club
BROWN, GEORGE S. Track Team, Lafe Squad,
CADIZ, WILLIAM T. Affendance Office, Sfage
Crew Capfain, Chem. Lab. Squad
CAM PBELL, ELEANOR UGEAN
BOBE, NILZA ALICIA
BOSTICK, BARBARA L. Glee Club, Affendance
BRANN, EVE Healfh Ed. Office, Lunch Squad,
dRECH ER, FRANK RAY
Camera Club, Biology
Club, Sfamp Club
BUGLER, PEGGY M. English Office
BURSKY, SANDRA Arisfa, Healfh Ed. Office
Grade Adviser's Office,
MARY Hafchef Office,
Lunch Squad, Spanish
CANELL, ALAN Service Squad, Cherry Tree Sfaff,
BOTKIN, RENA Arisfa, Program Commiffee
Arusfa Tea Hosfess, French Auxilium
BOYCE, MARY JANE English Office, French
BRODSKY, SANFORD ALLAN Tennis Team, Mim-
eograph Squad, Band, Service Squad, Lunch
BROGAN, PATRICIA ANN Newman Club, Af-
BUSHELL, MICHAEL MARTIN G.O. Represenfa-
five, Judicial Board, Rehearsal Club, Handball
Team, Service Squad
BYRD, ALICE DOLORES
CARDINALI, ALBERT J, Cherry Tree Sfaff, Service
Squad, French Club, Late Squad
CARLINER, TO BY
CASEY, MICHAEL J.
CASIANO, AURELIO ANTHONY Book Squad,
CATACOSINOS, PAUL A. Mimeograph Squad
CHAMSON, ALLAN Service Squad, Senior Class
CHESEBORO, JOHN Varsify Track Team, Service
Squad, Lunch Squad
CARRICK, ETHEL English Office, Healfh Ed.
Office, French Auxilium, Mafh Auxilium, Chem.
CARTON, THOMAS HENRY Service Squad
CASPER, ANNE G.O. Represeniafive, Glee Club,
Auxiliums, Judicial Board
CATACOSINOS, ANNE J. English Office, Medi-
cal Office, Curling Office, Lunch Squad
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CHABOTY, ANN Modern Liferafure Club, Re-
CHAMBERS, EDWARD DONALD Service Squad
CLAAR, VIRGINIA MARSHA English Office, G.O.
Publicify Commihee, Health Ed. Office
CLARKE, CLARAMOND T. English Office, Class
Secrefary, Grade Adviser's Office, Affendance
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viser's Office, French Auxilium
COHN, BARBI F. Honor Guard, English Office
CONDOS, NICHOLAS Lunch Squad, Service
Squad, Healfh Ed. Office
CONNORS, DONNA MAY Isham Choral Club,
Healfh Ed, Office
COLL, RONALD JOSEPH Handball Team, Arisfa
Auxilium, Service Squad
COLLINS, CATHERINE Poefry Club, Swimming
Club, Lunch Squad
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COLON, PEDRO G. Lunch Squad
COMO, HELEN E. Sfeno. Auxilium, Secrefarial
Sfudies Office, Glee Club, Choral Club, Senior
COOK, JAMES D. Lunch Squad, Lafeness Office
COTIL, JOAN CAROL Healfh Ed. Office, Lunch
Squad, Section Treasurer, Swimming Club
CRONIN, JOHN Lunch Squad, Lafe Squad,
Healfh Ed. Office
CUMMINGS, CONSTANCE LOUISE Lunch
Squad, Swimming Office
DALLAIRE, RITA ALICE Affendance
Tree Sfaff, Grade Adviser's Office, Ju '
DASH, NAOMI JOY Arista, Cherry Tree Sfaff, Life-
Saving Club, Program Commiffee, Marble Sfair-
DAVENPORT, JESSE CHRISTOPHER
DAVIS, MARY A. French Auxilium, Biology
Auxilium, Senior Grade Adviser's Office, Affend-
DIAMANTIDES, MARY STEPHINE Swimming
Club, Glee Club, G.O. Represenfafive, Auxilium
DANIELS, BARBARA JANE Orchesfr err
Board, Jewelry Commiffee R
DIAMOND, FRED ALEX DIAZ, LEON Mimeograph Squad, Service Squad, DONNEU-Y. THOMAS
DIAZ, ARMAND Capfain Honor Ushers' Corps, DINGWALL, SAMUEL A. Service Squad, Bio. DRAKONTIDES, ANNA Arisfa, Prograin Com-
Arisfa Leader, Program Commiffee, Mimeo- Club, Cross-Counfry Squad miffee, French Club Sec., English Office, Mafh
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Saving Club, Senior Grade Adviser's Office
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ENGLE, JOHN Capf., Service Squad
EARLE, JAMES A. Track Team, Lunch Squad,
Service Squad, Curling Squad
EARNEST, VALERIE Poetry Group, Rehearsal Club
EMANUEL, MARIE C, Health Ed. Office, Modern
Lif. Club, Cherry Tree Sfafi, History Office, Jew-
ENGLANDER, IRWIN L. Swimming Team, Swim-
ming Squad, Service Squad, Lunch Squad, Band-
Swimming Team, Lunch Squad,
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FIELD, HELEN Arista, Cherry Tree Staff, English FISCHEL, HAROLD H. Arista. SGYVICO Sqvad.
Office, Program Office, Glee Club Grade Adviser's Office, General Office, Modern
FITSAMES, QIEANETTE Sec. Studies Office
FLACKS, KAY THELMA Cutting Office, Section
Vice-Pres., Bookkeeping Auxilium .
fice, Lunch Squad
FLYNN, ROBERT LAWRENCE Rehearsal Club, FORTINASH, FRANCES ALMA Bio. Auxlllum, FRANCIS, BERLA R. Glee Club, Health Ed. Of-
Track Team, Cherry Tree Staff Service Squad, Glee Club
FONDULIS, PAUL Service Squad FRAM, LOIS ELAINE English Office, Section Sec.,
Arista Hostess, Arista '
FRANKL, GERALD M, Service Squad, Lunch
FREELAND, RHODA English Office, Sec. Studies
Squad, French Office
FRAY, VALERIE L. Chairman, Arista Service Com- FRIEDMAN, BETSY CLAIRE
mittee, Program Comm., Grade Adviser's Office
English Office, Attendance Office
GALVIN, Joi-IN w. GANTEAUME, CHARLES ALFRED sum. squad
GANS, ARNOLD M. Biology Lab. Proiection GELLERT, ARNOLD DAVID Grade Adviser's Of-
Squad Capt., Honor Ushers' Corps, Senior Sec- 560
tion Pres., Arista
FRANK, GLORIA Glee Club, Music Office, Re-
hearsal Club, Health Ed. Office
FRIEDMAN, WALTER ERIC Forum Club, Bio.
Club, Bio. Auxfilium, Sefvice Squad
GEORGIADES, GEORGE L.
GIORDANO, PHILIP ANTHONY Lunch Squad,
Service Squad, Section Vice-Pres., Baseball Team
GLISSMANN, ELSA Bookkeeping Office, Executive
Council, Honor 'Guard, Lunch Squad, English
GLYNOS, MARGARET SOPHIA English Office,
Healfh Ed. Office, Geomefry Auxilium, Lunch
Squad, Secfion Sec.
GOLDBERG, SYDNEY S.
GOLDFINE, FLORENCE JOY Hisfory Office
GONZALEZ, JACK Track Team, Swimming Team
GRAFF, LISEL English Office
GRAU, NORMA CAROL Glee Club, French Club,
Newman Club, Healfh Ed. Office, General Office
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Tennis Team, Biology Lab.'Squad, vlogy Aux-
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HARPER, .IEANNE H. Biology Auxilium, Bank
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m Comm., Glee Club,
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KIRSHNER, DONALD Baseball Team, Modern KLEIN, EUGENE J. KOHN, RUTH ROSE Lunch Squad, Mafh Auxil-
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KOKINES, ELAINE Arisfa, Program Comm., Or- KORDAS, BESSIE Arisfa, Program Comm., Af- KOSTYSZYN, OLGA Healfh Ed. Office, Honor
chesfra, Arf Club Pres., G.O. Sec. fendance Office, Senior Class Sec., Main Office Guard, Cheering Squad, Captain, Lunch Squad,
KOMINSKY, ADELE Grade Adviser's Office, KORN, PETER KRAJCHIR, FRANK ANTHONY Swimming Team
G.O. Publicify Comm., Healfh Ed. Office Manager, Swimming Office, Book Squad
KUSCHNER, HERBERT MARTIN Execufive Coun-
cil, Judicial Board, Band, Orcheslra, Music Office
KRAMER, HELMUT Bio. Lab, Squad, Service Squad
KRAUS, BARBARA Swimming Office, Cherry Tree KUZEMCHAK. JOSEPH ROBERT HI III1 1
Sfqi Office "
LAKRITZ, ELAINE L. Swimming Club, Health Ed.
Office Office, Program Comm., Sfeno. Auxilium
LAPIDUS, ELAINE Grade Adviser's Office, Main
LANDA, NORMA A. Pan-American Club Sec.,
LAVERS, PATRICIA LILLIAN Arisfa, Biology Aux-
Newman Club, Glee Club, Choral Club Sec.
ilium, Swimming Club, Lunch Squad, English
LEMEL, SYDELL MAY LEVY, MARLENE Glee Club, Healfh Ed. Office,
LEVI, ELLEN LIAO, DARWIN HARRY Biology Lab. Squad
LIEBERMAN, HENRIETTE Lafin Office, Mafh, LINCHITZ, JERRY HAROLD Arisfa, Modern Lil'-
Auxllium, Spanish Auxilium eralure Club, Healfh Ed. Office
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Grade Adviser's Office, English Office
MANNHEIM, WILLIAM A. Bio. Lab. Squad,
Service Squad, Sfamp Club
MARESE, JOAN R. Healfh Ed. Office
MARFISI, IVAN Service Squad, Lunch Squad,
LOWENTHAL, MARLYS B. Arisfa, Assf. Editor,
Cherry Tree, Program Comm., Bowling Club,
LUBLINER, LEE IRENE G.O. Publicify Comm.,
lsham Lunch Squad, lsham Bio. Auxilivymi . S
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MARRERO, JOSE C, French Office
McCORMACK, MARION C. Swimming Club,
Newman Club, Swimming Office
McELHONEY, MARGARET ANN
MCGUIRE, BARBARA FRANCES Arisfa, Program
Comm., English Office, Spanish Office, French
McLOUGHLIN, MARGARET G. Biology Club,
Senior Grade Adviser's Office, Healfh Ed. Office
LYNCH, ESMAY Arisfa, Hafchef Rep., G.O. Rep.
Healfh ed. Office, Luntfi Squad
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MARANO, VERA M. lsham G.O. Sec.
Senior Secfion Presi
Senior Week Comm.
Senior Calendar Comm., Swimming Office
MARANTIS, GEORGE G.
dent, English Book Squad,
MARRINAN, JEANNE MARY
MCCARTHY, ARLENE E. Swimming Office, Af
fendance Office, Healfh Ed. Office, Lunch Squad
MEISEL, JUNE l. English Office, Mafh Auxilium
MELLER, INGRID Hislory Office
MELVILLE, LARRY S. Biology Club, Mafh Auxil-
ium, Spanish Office, Service Squad, Lunch Squad
MENDES, ROBERT G. Co-Capfain, Swimming
Team, Swimming Office, G.O. Rep., Service
Squad, Cherry Tree Slaff
MEYER, SONJA LULU Secfion Sec., Hisfory Of-
fice, Secfion Treas., Marble Sfaircase Rep.
MIDDLETON, MARILLYN JANE Lafe Office,
English Office, General Office, Dramafics Club
MINKOFF, NINA Lafin Auxilium, Grade Adviser's
Office, Mafh Auxilium, Cuffing Office, Capfain,
MINTZ, RUTH CORRINE French Auxilium, Span
ish Auxilium, Arisfa, Secfion Se . ' r
MOORE, RONALD BARTLETT Modern Liferafure
Club, Poefry Club, Lunch Squad, Service Squad
MOSHEIM, ELLEN Arisfa, French Auxilium,
French Office, Bio. Lab. Squad, Healfh Ed. Office
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NEUBURGER, STEVEN M, Honor Ushers' Corps,
Math. Auxilium, Bowling Club, Arista, Tennis
NUSSBAUM, KARL R. Service Squad
MURPHY, CAMILLA M. Spanish Office, Hatchet MURPHY, ELAINE B. Math Office, Health Ed,
Rep, Office, Lunch Squad, Glee Club
MURPHY, CHARLES JAMES MURRAY, GEORGE J. Swimming Team Manager,
NOELL, VERNA BLANCHE Art Office, Fashion NOVAK. JUNE Health Ed. Office
NORTH, WILHELMINA ELAINE French Office, NOWCK. BARBARA G- AHSVG. E'1Ql5Sll Office.
Late Office, G.O. Publicity Comm, Lunch Squad, Poetry Club, Biology Auxilium
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resentafive, Lunch Squad, Glee Club, Cheering
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Office, Service Squad Office
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fice, Spanish Office
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PARKER, FRANCES E. Parents' Reception Comm. PATTERSON, RAY PATRICK PEREZ. RAFAEL LUIS Service Squad. Lunch
PETRIDES, ALEX G.O. President, Baseball Team,
Service Squad, Healfh Ed. Office
ANN Cuffing Office, Spanish
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POSNER, NAOMI STEPHANIE Cuffing Office,
History Office, Modern Liferaiure Club,
Represenfafive, Health Ed. Office
RAPHAEL, NINA Glee Club, Program Office,
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Office, Arista, Lunch Squad, Swimming Club,
RONIS, ELIZABETH Lunch Squad, Health Ed.
RUDERMAN, ELINOR JOAN Lunch Squad, French
Office, Health Ed. Office, Auxillum
SCARAVELLA, ERMINA MARIE Lunch Squad,
Swimming Club, Health Ed. Office
SCHAEFER, SUSIE Biology Auxilium, Lunch
Squad, Health Ed. Office
SCHENFELD, BERTRAM L. Arista Auxllium lLatin
and Geometryi, Lunch Squad, Service Squad
SCHLOSS, FRED M, Health Ed. Office, Grade
Adviser's Office, Cutting Office, Library Squad
ROSADO, ROSE LUCILLP Cutting Office, Choral
Club, Swimming Club, Pan-American Club
ROSAS, RAUL R. Service Squad, Health Ed.
Office, Lunch Squad
RUSSO, LOUISE CHRISTINE Glee Club, New-
man Club, Choral Club
SAMUEL, FRED M, Service Squad, Library Squad
SCHAUER, ESTELLE D. ,Health Ed. Office, Sec.
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ROSENBERGER, JO ANN G.O. Rep., Health Ed.
SANCHEZ, GERTRUDE CHRISTINA Glee Club,
Cutting Office, Chemistry Lab. Squad
SANDERS, BRENDA Sec. Studies Office, Forum
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SCHECHTER, BILL G.O. President, Baseball
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Swimming Club, Inframural Baskalball Team,
Senior Section Presidenf, Gif! Commiffee
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Club, Swimming Office, Spanish Auxilium, Bio.
SERGHIS, SERGHI A. Service Squad, Forum Club,
Swimimng Office, Swimming Club, Marble Sfair-
SHELDON, HOWIE R. Baskefball Team
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Modern Liferafure Club, Chemisfry Auxillum,
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Lunch Squad, Library Squad, Arista, Pan-Amer-
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GEORGE WASHINGTON HIGH SCHOOL
CITY OF NEW YORK...JANUARY-JUNE 1951
DR. LEONARD J. FLIEDNER, Principal
Philip Bergman Andrew Woerner
A R T
Peter Dean Mary Mantzaris Allan Mergenthaler
B U S I N E S S
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BUSINESS LITERARY ART
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NEW YORK 5I N Y
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