Mamaroneck High School - Mahiscan Yearbook (Mamaroneck, NY)

 - Class of 1949

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Girls' Swim Club 1 New to Mamaroneck High School this year was the Girls, Swim Club. Though not engaging in compe- tition, the bathing beauties niet regularly every Friday afternoon at the New Rochelle YMCA. Under the expert coaching of Miss Graf, the mer- maids attempted to do almost everything connected with the sport of swimming. Their activities included practice at the very difficult, but beautiful art of water ballet, in addition to the graceful skill of rhythmic swimming. Diving and racing also proved popular as means for improving the girls' swimming dexterity. Successful in its aim to provide recreation for its members, the organization afforded valuable instruc- tion. Besides swimming, the girls enjoyed many more worthwhile sports. These included field hockey, bas- ketball, softball, volleyball, tennis, badminton, and ping pong. In basketball, inter-school competition was arranged with Port Chester and Bellows. The girls performed well in both contests. 44 First Row: Joan Manning, Caroline Soper, Anne Hayes, Phyllis Yeomans, Clara Springthorpe, Beth Drexler. Lois Ann Bond. Second Row: Lee March, Jean Hendershot, Martha Madden, Miss Graf, Coachg Lorine Anderson, Joan Van Valkenbnrg. As usual, the boys' intramurals produced a number of extremely exciting and highly competitive basketball games under Mr. Pur- itz's supervision. Every homeroom in the school was repre- sented and participated in a minimum of two plays before being eliminated from play. After a closely fought regular schedule of contests, two homeroom teams, one of jun- iors and the other composed of seniors, con- tended in the Hnal event for the champion- ship of the school. The two finalists, "Fulcher,s Falconsl' and "Clark's Candy Bars," senior and junior groups, respectively, engaged in a wild contest that ran into an overtime period before the juniors emerged with a 21-18 triumph. This was the Hrst time in many years that a junior team had copped the title. Doug Stevens and Iohnny Staropoli led the win- ners with seven points apiece. For the losers, Irving Reid outscored his teammates by netting eight points. The girls, intramural championship was captured by senior homeroom 101-C. Under the leadership of Marian Nelson, team captain, 101-C defeated both the sophomore and junior champs in the hard contested play-offs. Miss Graf and Miss Fischette directed the girls' intramural program. Boys' Intramurz

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944561 pitch at the Hilltop during lQ48-1949, for the Orange and lilaclis cheerleaders were their usual exuberant selves, leading the crowds in traditional Mamaroneck cheers. This year's cheering squad was led by Co- captains Dorothy Doneclter and Ann Hack- ney, and the group was coached by Miss Muriel Graf, physical education instructor. With only three boys and fifteen girls on this year's squad, the females have maintained the upper hand in cheerleading. These figures, however, are no reflection on the ability of the boys. The cheerleaders seem to be giving the football team a good run for thier money with regard to uni- form changes, because for the third consecutive year. the team has changed its ensemble. Cl---1' 1' " " ' '-'- . . Ktrhulmg mlmmmcd H5 usual KNUH 1"iz'.sI lfutr: Julie Ifalfeulirwsrlt, Emma I'c't1'1t::o, Mmm Lu' Nrywl.'n'k. Im lm1iev'k1'r. View fvflllfflfllf Ann Ilurkllrlf, f'f11IllliH.' Azitoinrlrf' llorm, ileorr lialcfus, 1711 !l'I:l0fff' 1,111 tru. Sfwonivl li'o11'.' Sue' run Noppfu. Alive' I'f'11Imr1n, Gloria .Yolm'r1ny1'Io ,SIHIIIIH Krllll, Noel IIf'm'iq1u's. 'I'liir41 Row: Elfrnzm' .TIf':Y1l7lIlH'4I, Jim Sliaffvr, Rfl'lllll'llf l"a.slig1yi, Ilrwr' lmu in I 0 II ll SVILII-I!If'i' PII! u, J rzlzvu' SIIHIHII' . Cheerleaders Cheerleaders are without a doubt the essential factor in pulling forth from the crowd the kind of enthusi- asm that pushes a good team on to victory, and more important, draws from a fair squad all the light it can possibly muster. This is the job the cheerleaders so admirably performed in rooting for our football and basketball squads. First li'ou'.' f'lll1Vltlfff' llllfffll, i'lIari1lH .N'1'I.sm1. Pail Lift. Swvmzll Ii'o1r: Jrmz ,'lIilf'l11'ZZ, lfflI'l1lll'fl Nivholris, .'lIm'yf'1',11 liaub. l'ir'sl li' Inhu Wmopnli Ion illlllfl lflz I ' .' ony' . , H- ,, I a , 1... Girls Intramural Champs vit -T ' t' ' V -V - i Il in ufnl lirul, Dolly Mfzrus. hamps ' ,A ' ' lffl fi KI-III K f

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