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LIAN, Rosa, M., 178 Pros ect Park We ' I9 Sf, -Glee Club, 11,253f 'End Ball .1152 2 P. S. A. L. Pins: Hockey 12,3,45g 3 Mod. Mg Basketball 12,3,45g Swimming 13,455 Tennis 1453 Walking Club 1455 French' Club 13,4,5 9' "Y" Club, 13,453 3 Scholarship Certificatesg Gold Sdholar- ship Medalfand Jewel, Math Certificate, French Medal, Spanish Medblg Weekly, 1453 Bank, 145 5 School Play, 145 3 Roose- velt Club, 145g Junior Arista, All-round Medal, Senior Aristag Vice-Leader, Vice- President of Sth Grade-Hunter College. lrvllfll' Is Commonly Known as Aclziwerrierzf. nue-Captain of a Varsity Team for 3 Yearsg Originator of the Ice Hockey Team of M. T. H. S., Ice Hockey Capt., 12,3,45g 3 M'sg Unanimously Chosen on All Scholastic and All City 2 years, Basketball, 13,453 M 1155 Baseball, 13 453 2 M. T. H. S.'sg Football 145, M. T. H. S., Pres. of Junior Grade, Chair- man of 7th Grade Social Committeeg Senior Arista, 185, Math. Certificates 33 Weekly Staff 5th Term.-Union Col- lege. In Union there will be strength. X HALVORSEN, MARGARET, 949-71st St. - Endball, 115g Hockey, 1155 Bas- ketball,'12,353 English Medal, 1155 Pros- peqt Agent, 135, Junior Arista, Week- ly Agent, 145, Swimming, 12,3,-159 Sen- ior Aristag Sec'y of Sth Grade, G. O. Agent, 145fBeaver College. Szve'el'Cr Than Sweet. X THE PROSPECT 1. ABOUMRAD, LOUIS, 152 Bergen St.-Entered from N. H. J. H. S., Math. 15,6,7,81g Class Pres. 1713 Track, 111, Math. Scholarship Certificate -Boston Tech. Tech Me To Boston. 2. ABOUMRAD, VIOLA, CLEA., 614 Sixth St.-Entered from Girl's Commer- cial. Swimming 11,2,313 P. S. A. L. Ping Hockey, 12,31g Basketball, 13,41g 1 Spanish Club, 13,415 Glee Club, 14,51. Franz the Nile. 3 hkyvbnyx, Mjckzb , 3. S4 CEL O LFRED,4f,T1a-3rd Pl.- Gym Club N 1 71 3 ,,E0XiUg, 15,6181 3 Wrestl ', 1a 6, ,Sag Track, 15,6,7,813 Matllvilgsrtifidigg Mlg. A Second Mickey ' Wnllfer. 4. ADAMS, ELMER, JOSEPH, 203 Pros- pect Park South West-Tennis Team, 13,415 2 Mod. M'sg Mgr. 141, Manual Honor Guards, 13,413 M. T. H. S., De- bating Society, 12,31, Gym Club, 1413 Lunch Room Squad, 121, Ride Team, 12, 3,413 M. T. H. S.g 3 Mod. M's-Uni-- versity of Alabama. As I Like It. 5 ,QEEINOLFE ANGEQQ fl. erclass I Baseq IEYQD ,, Veekly, 9 rack, 135, L fin Club, 131.1 , uf, S .je-4. "Angelo Mio."1,.v,A-2-. z ' L 6. ALIANO, ANTHONY. 7. ALLEN, NORMAN, 1480 Bedford Avenue,-Entered Manual in the 6th Term, Track in 141, Boxing, 131- University of Virginia. Lulzning Hou' To Drauzll. X' 8. AMAE, ALBERT,s PETER, 237 President t.-Junior Arista: Radio Club 131,gLYBank, 31g Chem. Squad, 3,41 lV5g'Roosevelt lub,'13,41g Sales Bureau .1 1, 3 ixlfipi. H..S.1g fg6M0d. M, Ass't w g2nsEeNigl,ht Committee-Polytech- Sufwe fl zd Smiling Salesman. ll 5 T ' I . 4 I 2 uf lf H i 1-i . . 1, - A L--. .... ...,., , . 2.-il ffiisaw ' .g 1 , 63 A 1 A 9250 , a - ' , ff ..... . I l . 6 1 5 fav' af, A lb- F Fl my VZ xg? ' Sa I 3 sl . ' I " 7 . C 11 1 . r G ' , l. if i , ' E ' e .4 Y I ' up . 1 1 , Nw - Lgaixqfb- THE PROSPECT 1 ' 9211 Q . i0 il f , ' 4 1 ' '55, , 1 E I .Q ' H I li Qi .ag ,re .Kao f 1121555 f 11 of dfan 'I I 0 2, 9 U ll - LLL, i :F ,il Y I3 5, . 6, l if t X 1 -4 Q33 .' 4.4 I Z Bi Nag . 'Hum Lfgfnax 1 I b 9. ANDREASEN, RAYMOND, 142 Prospect Ave.-Interclass Baseball, 1155 Interclass Basketball, 115, Radio Club, Printing Club, A. F. F. A., 135. Size Is N0 Himlrrnzce to Him. 10. ANDRZEJCZAK, JOHN, 7034-6th Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.-Interclass Baseballg Annex Championship, Numer- als Track 11,253,413 M. T. H. S., Cross Country 141g Modified Mg Scholarship Certificate.-Polytechnic Institute. He P'l'PflE"l'S B'lm11lcs. 11. APPLEBAUM, MAX,V224 EaEt,l65th ,1St., Bronx-Interclass a,SebaU1,f'11Jg In- fterclass Basketballff-1 9 ,'1Yeekly Agent, !1f1,49g .Prospect Agent, 1353 Current 1 Events Club, 14Jfg,Ilebating Club, 143g Boy Scribes, 1415 Track, 115, Baseball, 13,4y, Senior Arista-Cafe. N.'Y. Even The' Broun' Pf7'P'f6'7'S Jllmizull. 'hub 'gh Dx 12 . BAEZ, ALBERT, 161 Clinton St.- Art Sto7ck R nf 114,515 -Sihool Stock Room .1 181m an'sli',Qi1i1b, 3,415 Radio Cl i1ffzS19anislP14Iedal 131, Drawing Te 45-Drew University. To Drew to Druzv. 13. BAILEY, ELIZABETH, 395-16th St.-Annex Handballg Junior Aristag Scholarship Certificate, Manual "YH Club, 1415 Swimming, 12,3,4Jg English Book-room, 13,433 Prospect Staff, 1435 Senior Prospect Commg-Maxwell Train- mg. "Call .llc Betty." Sv: Size. . nw 'ALTER E., 115 Burlei- ' X ,ec rdm ASqutl'r ,Side High I chefoylg yU.74QqqRyi'flTHion Insti- tufe-.I fy- 4 "1 A .Swag Tllollf 15. BARANELLO, MARGARET. 45 Van clerbilt Ave.-Hockey 13,453 Weekly and Prospect Agentg Basketball-Brown's. illarge of iflltllllllll. 16. BARBERO, ANDREW, 508 Henry St.-Entered from N. H. J. H. Track 11, 2,3J, Interclass Baseball 11,233 Prospect Agent 12,3,-115 Weekly Agent 12,359 2 P. S. A. L. Pinsg Cross-Country 13J-Wil- liam 8: Mary. 'Avzdsonzc Andy. THE PR 17. BECKMAN, ALBERT - Entered from "PHILLIPS ACADEMY," Swamp- scott, Mass. Ice Hockey, Football.-Uni- versity of Maine. A tru? New Eilglfzmlcr. 18. BERGEN, MARTIN, 77 Clarkson Ave.-Entered from Brooklyn Prep., Sept. 1927. Cross Country, Boxing, Swim- ming 11,2.31g 3 M's and Silver Cham- pionship Charm.-Notre Dame. More Irish for the Irish. 19. BICKET, ROBERT, 428-81st St.- Freshman Baseball, Soccer 1253,-11,3 Cap tain 141 f 5 elf Bicket the.Boofer. " 20. BIRGEL, JOHN. 21. BLAUKOPF, LEONARD, 1047 Presi- dent St.-Interclass Basketball, 1113 Door Guard, 1315 Debating Club, 1419 History Club, 1415 Bank Staff, 13,413 Junior Aristag Senior Arista: Thomas Hunter Association Citizenship Medalg Completing Course in 3 1-2 years.-N. Y. U. Those Tiesg They Hurt Our Eyes. 22. 1 BLOM, BERNHARD, 124 Rose Ave' -Entered from Dewey Jr. H. S. Inter- class Baseball 1415 Interclass Basketball 15,615 Honor Door Guards: Soccer 161g Weekly Agentg Handball-University of Maine. ' Way Down East in Maine. I 1 , L , 23. VBOES, FREDERICK, 931484111 f si. l -- ank Agent, 11,2,31 3 Iiiferlaxrrs 'Basket- bal 3 Interclass Baseball,-11 Wfeclalg Fresh- inan Swimniingg Honor Guards 1253.413 Football 13,415 1 My T. H. S. Track 1, 2,315 Golf 13,412 Tviod. M. 1 Medan Pros- pect' 13 41,gv Membership Comm. 131-- Cornellxfx Our ljil' Athlete. 24. BROWN, SEYMOUR, 411-1.3th St. -Entered from Dewey Jr. H. S.g 2 Schol- arship Certificatesg 1 Honor Certificatcg 2 Math Certificatesg Chem. Squad 13,41 Captain 1415 Mod. M. Major M.g Senior Aristag Completing Course in 3 1-2 years -Columbia. Leaving in IL Hzzrry. OSPECT 9 l. an 'E ..,, 2 . ig I 1 - ' t ti I 'F f i 4 1 M 3 ? Q 1 Q.- is :Q ' ....1 1 "3 BQ ...Sl . I9 is R 7.0 Q w. L Lk Lx, . , 1 2 , gf-.Ei 1- H .f f W W or 'oi 4 il. I ii. i ' I N - K - c Iii li I -fir ' il i f - , 1 ' - l H Q15 U N? A ' , 1.1 I i 5 A lziii i I A " 3 K . E '-' i' I Iifiifhib. THE PROSPECT -Q Ml V lim 25, BRUCATO, VITO N., 574-6th Ave. A, Q Traffic Squad 1313 Math. Bookroom I 3 X 111 1319 Door Guard 13,41g Print Shop 13, S5 fi ' 41g Captain, M. T. H. S. KL M. Q ' No Veto for Vito. , . BUDELOVSKY, XVM., 556 Hancock A ' .z ,. Q St.-Track 11,21g Fencing Club 11,2,3,41 Capt. of Fencing Team 11,2,3,4,1g Print 1 ' if shop 12,3,41g M. T. H. s.-N. Y. U. M I D,A?'fdgCl71.'S Riva-I. V' f ,fe E .. 17 . Ast . 8 'l 27. BUBSCHT, WE, 612 Saratoga 2 , XJ Q Q X Ave., Brookly , Entered from St. 3 , 1,53 . ' Clair ,lV'.vQK6lfvvg'y Junior High Schoolg De- g L ' , ff ba't-i-ng Club ..14,5 612 sketball 13,415 2, Q- f X -A .', Histo y Qing! . " l Teacher's 1' -9, H AI Training,Sch ol. S I , .. " i f I5 John Held's Prototype. 1 , 5 'I 4 1 " 5 ,' if 'fi 'mi 14 28. CALVIN, CATHERINE, 102 Reid , an V, .. ,-- ' .-. Ave.-Entered from Lane Jr. High School. Glee Club, 12,313 Weekly Agent, 1213 I f 1 .- , , Traffic squad, 12,315 Bank staff, 13,419 ' 1 x" N V Interclass Basketball, 1319 Y Club, 1313 l ' ,fx Junior Arista9 Roosevelt Club 12,3,41g A ' " - ,5 i f E Prospect Staff, 159,413 Class Night Com- ls 1' mitteeg 3 M. T. S. Completed course in ' ' " 3 1-2 years.-Cornell. 1 , . Entered Late and Left Early. Q E- 29. CAPESTRO, ELSIE, 162 Washington Q 1 R 4' Ave.-Endball 11,2,1g Literary Club 11. ', y 51 215' Basketball 1119 Civics Squad Cap- '!.' - , tain 11,219 Certificate9 Pres. of class 11, Y - 1 2,4,61g V. Pres. 1319 A. F. F. A. 15,619 ' I M. T. H. S. Prospect, Weekly Agentg ' "" "I Swimming 151-Cornell. 1 Oh! Captain! My Captain! . Z9 I 1 N , fl 1 ' . 30 30. CAREIQNTERQZ HAROLDQ 12 Mar- f . A .-in r5iess'tBaseba11, 1119 in- fw 7 1" 1. c s, B ' ball, 121 Math Certificate. 5 ' ' f 'Q spwfsims W i Just tt Big 1lS'aseI1aZI1 Diamond Man. . Y 1 3 . 1 W it 31. CHASE, ALBERT, 2522 Bedford Ave. . 1 ' , 1 -Enieredmtin "1.st,f'year from Van Nuyn lf""?"" 'Q' ' - High Dbl, CalifQg'lnte1'class Basketball, 1. -. 121Q Rifle, 131g'IFocce1', 1419 Math er- 1 R-0 32 A' 3, 5' tificateg Gold Sc golarship Medal' nior Q ff bg 5 Ari-stag Class Night Commit e 5 - C " V C Q Geltijiizii Sea-Legs in a ' ' az. A 1 K4 gr 1, if 9 I I f f Y 1 - S ' A . 3 T : . ' . - h,St 3 ' - ' 9 I - 5 s s .ny :YA 3 Int la 1 Q 1 . iq' se a 1' 5 1 ' ff 3, 15 F ' ' Club S A 1 ff 1 ,3,4 s r s. 1, ,4 1 ,-Annapo- Bi. -E 'iffriil 1" ' li ' 1 1 as a in L owflfzke. .. J lffiiflarb- THE PR 33. CLARK, DOROTHY, 428 Ridgewood Ave.-Entered from Nathan Hale Jr. H. S. Feb., 19275 Hockey 13,415 Swimming 131 5 Class Pres. 1415 Vice President 161 5 Junior Grade Representative 15,615 Spa- nish Club 14,515 Four Service Ca1'ds5 Weekly Agent5 Prospect Agent. Little Buttercup. 34. COHEN, HAROLD, 82 Sherman St. -A. F. F. A. Agent 1115 Debating So- ciety 13,415 M. T. H. S.5 Mod. M.5 His- tory Club 141-N. Y U. "For Has fb Ladies' 1lIcm." 35. COLANGELO, BESSIE-End ball 1115 4 Scholarship Certificate5 2 Spanish Medalsg Biology Club 12,3,415 V. P. 13, 41 5 Natura League 131 5 Junior Arista.- University of Valparaiso. Not So Very Big, But Oh. Mg. 36. COLAVOLPE, WILLIAM, 2 5 5 Dean St.-Intei-class Baseball, 1115 In- terclass Basketball 1215 Door Guard, 1315 Scholarship Certificate5 2 Spanish Medals5 Gold Scholarship Medal5 2 Span- ish Certificates5 Senior Arista5 Senior Prospect Committee.-University of the Eskimoes. He Always Did Like Eskimo Pies. 37. COLIN, LILLIAN, 1613-44th St.- Entered from Montauk Junior H. S., Jan. 19275 Basketball, 12,415 Prospect, 1315 Hockey 12,315 A. F. F. A. 1215 Swim- ming 12,415 1 M. T. H. S.5 Mrs. Street- er's Staff, 141EColumbia. ' Mrs. Streeterfs 'glzt-hand Mun. 38. CUOK, JOHN, 15151 E. 17th st.: Freshman Swimming 11,215 M. T. H. S. '7Week-l,y Staff5 Interclass Basketballg Var ,f sity Swimming 131415 Cheerleading 13, 41. OVW, Two, Three! W 39. COOPER, JOSEPH. 668-18th St.- Ticket Squad, 12,3,415 M. T. H. S.5 M.5 Jr. Latin Club, 1215 Honor Guards, 12, 3,415 M. T. H. S., Mod. M.5 Current Events Club 12,3,415 History Club 13.415 Interclass Baseball, 11,315 Interclass Bas- ketball, 12,315 Math Bookroom, 141-N. Y. U. Doing Tlzivzgs in a Big Wag. 40. COQUET, CHARLES EMILE, 330 West 56th St., New York City-Interclass Baseball, 1115 Interclass Basketball, 1215 French Club, 11,2,3,415 German Club, 1315 Junior Grade Representative5 A. F. F. A. Agent5 Senior Picture Comm.- School of Engineering, Columbia. Do Engineers Drive Fire Engines? x A, 4 i V O S P E C T W TV .141 V M33 5 ' N. 34 1' ll rl , V i A ' 2 ' W TMZY1' Qi 5 'FTW F Q' - '-:R 5, ,.., ' ... . ' ' A 1 A . QE- . i f "'l A jr if ' '151" Y A 1 . Q., ,... .,..., 5 I 1 -5 as-'rl 1 'ff "3 .1 341 ..,. 1 1 , ff' . ,ff 1' ' El xy' 1,1 K 1950 i l r Wu 37 l '33 . ' v t E V I 5-.. I -sf' .,N 38 N A71 . 1. M F -- -- F 39 E 40? I 'Q ,gg ..,.. K 13' 'D '.- uieiiaib. 17 THE PR '53 R l W Q ,i?, g l E K- L 744 in 1 . ff, V J f 43 E H' , . 5 X it 5 ' cm ew 1 .gg ,X ,f i li ' i 950 1 :E . .a'-...-..- -lf , 'X A . 46 ' fl Q E , 5 V 1 4? 2 -fe l 1 4 I Smal OSPECT 41. COYNE, BEATRICE, 525 Fifth Ave. -Punchball 111 g Math Certificateg Base- ball, 1613 Basketball, 1715 Hockey, 1715 Debating Club 171, Hockey 1813 Class Night Committee.-New York University. Beatific Beatrice. 42. CRESCENZA, MICHAEL A., 434 Prospect Pl.--Entered from Brooklyn Evening H. S. Unassuming "Cres." 43. CRISTODERO, EDWARD, 1241- 71st St.-Pres. of 11,2,5,61 classesg Foot- ball 11,2,31. Due for the White House. 44. CRUGER, JOHN, 225 Eighth Ave. -Freshman Swimming, Freshman Base- ball, Numerals, Interclass Basketball Champs, 1115 Silver medal Lacrosse 1313 M. T. H. S.-Middlebury. A Sleepy Indian. 45. ACK PAJPRICK , is idge mm.tQW1, Modesfg amp' . 46. ' A , M , 5 8th St., Brook- ly . . ered om Bay Ridge HighQSch'oo 3 S imming, 1113 Hockey, 121. 1 C , IVIairy, MCL7'jl, but Not Contrary. 47. DAHL, WILBUR, 1204 St. Johns Pl. -Entered from North High School, 1Vor- cester, Mass.g Basketball ,131g Hockey 13,413 Baseball, 141, Football, 1413 Chairman of Senior Picture Committeeg Member of the Executive Committee of G. O. Doing a Lot in a Little Time. 48. DAMIANI, VINCENT, 35-79th St. -Entered from Dewey Junior H. S.g Or- chestra 12,31g Glee Club 12,315 Bank Agent 1315 Prospect Agent, 1313 Poster Club 121 g Interclass Basketball-N. Y. U. "Lonely Troubculoinf' THE PR 49. DASH, WILLIAM R., 539 Franklin Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.-Interclass Base- ball, 11Jg 2 Math Scholarship Certifica- tes, Gown Committee.-Polytechnic Insti- tute. Sweet William. 50. DeANGELIS, HELEN, 237 YVashing- ton Ave.-Entered from Girls' High School, Jan. 1928g Hockey, 135 5' Ice Skat- ing,-11,255 Tennis, 11,215 Glee Club, 12, 31, Boosevelt Club, 141-Business School. lVllSIZ'i7Zgf071? I Lire There. 51. DEATS, ALICE, 80 Sherman St.- Civic Squad Cap't. at Annex, Endball Hockey, 12,3,4J, Swimming 12,3-lg Ice Skating 13,415 Junior Arista General News Editor of Weekly, Vice-Pres. of 7th Grade, Elected to Girls Executive Committee of G. O. Chairman of Pin Committee, Vice-President of G. O. Our Leading Lady. -59 DIEEGAN, CHARLOTTE, 155 Gar- Lfield Pl.-Entered from Girls Commer- cialfH. S., Tennis, Swimming, Service Sffuad. ' t'Alnzg Mf1111111g1." 53. DE LESSIO, THOMAS, 362 Bond St.-Entered from B. T. H. S. in 2nd Term., Interclass Baseball, Interclass Basketball. ,X , Interclassy. E., ' A V V ' K X 54. NZ ENK, 1511 Rock- aw rkwfay-1 n cl from PP. S. 1145 F tbqlfl 1-2,323 Interclas? Baseball 11, 5 terclasQgasketbaQlb 12,353 Comple- .xc f ted, .rse in 3 1-2, yea s.-University of 6fL7L kvfgi. 55. DE MANGE, FRANK, 171 Windsor Pl.-Interclass Baseball, Basketball, Bank 12,355 Spanish Club, Football Freshman. Frank F rank. 56. DENTON, JOSEPH, 438-85th St.- Debating Club, 12,315 Boxing, 121, Rifle 135, M. T. H. S., Soccer, 13,455 M. T. H. S., Mod. Math Certificates, 3 Scholarshlisp Certificates, Scholarship Medal, 1Jewellg Chairman, Membership Committee, Senior Arista. Another Sam Johnston. OSPECT 13 1 r m l i l, , I I EA' 1 vr. Q' i . -+9 I S0 , 13 I Q' X I , .4 l 1 A A M. g si l ,l Sl Y T2 . ' 'l A f ' 35-, 1. . i 2 ...s . 1' Ez ,- . i355 . U-Y rf, Q 'G .l , f "j':..,5 1 1! f'--fit' If S . ' f l"7" U diem J 0 ll 4 ip' E 1 1 l . - - --- Ml. , rg -f-v'-I I N I '53 54 , ,I I I 5' . 5 4 5, .T f". i l X X A L.. fs? ! I I l i," I -' - l I 5 - . J A ,cf ' ,., .C - J 'Q-. - ' A.-, ,. A ' E W , ll E Em A SS' I 56 1 1 3 J l W :rz r 4 3 2 - :fsii Liiiiib L. . . I 1 1 . I P Q? E 1 ' T Yi A. U' R- 1 V Al THE PROSPECT i' .S gif' wx F 57 x X .li "tint F, ' S8 -. . 1 i 1 .... 2 1 ,, L ,J .1 if ' I 1' 1 N ,' I .' .,.,' .f 1 . - -- .....5-..L:g.z....a. ., 59' . is . ,LX M A 6 R f AQ , . ' l X xl ll I l 'Of KQV Em, , 1551-H55 J 1 ,' A if tl , , .1 QZU - . p 1 P 1 . . Cal 2 62 if 1 . 1 - A l . ,ig ' 63 3" 1 G4 15 ll. 5 Jo 1 tiara 1 ba 1 , , 1 xx l' ' ll rx' 57. ,DE vivo, IDA, 2719 from st.- imming, 1Q,B'1g Capt. AChampionshipg 1 aseball Teamg Mod. lVLu6g Basketball, 1 141g Iueiaikating 131yxG-irls Lunch Room 16.71: r ffic Squad 15,6,7,81g Mod. M. 141, Scholarship, Certificate, 1415 Junior Arista.-University of Southern Califor- ma. HBI'0llfIll'Iljl .lIalc1fIgf." 58. DEWITT, JAMES, 64 St. Johns Pl. -Freshman Interclass Baseball: Door- guards 141-Business. Front mul Center. 59. DRUMMOND, JOSEPHINE, 349 Hoyt St.-Literary Club 1Annex1 111, Spanish Club 12,313 Endball 1119 Block Captain Certificate, Service Card. A Budding Novelist. 60. DYBDAHL, MARGARET, 747-45th St.-Civic Squad Captain, 111, Endball, 1115 Spanish Club, 12,31g Basketball, 1413 Baseball, 141, Swimming, 131-Hun- ter College. "DyIrs" of the pale green eyes. 61. EDEIIEVTEIN, BELLE, 1847--18th '-Beyer d from Montauk Junior High . ' , Jan. 19279 1'OSgECD':kgQ11t 1215 W'lll1H1lH 41Q slgz all 12,315 Hoc- key, 'P , rs. St ee!er's Staff, 141, M. T. . .-Columbi. The elle of 136, 62. EDGHILL, GLADYS, 354 Nostrand Ave.-Spanish Certificate, 1313 Math Club: Spanish Medal, 131.-Maxwell Training. Slzds Storing Gold. If Silence Is Golden. 63. EDLIN, JULIUS, 756 Nostrand Ave. -Track 1113 Interclass Baseball 1113 Bank Agent 112,319 Glee Club, Inter- class Basketball 141. Wluzt Odds? G-1. EPSTEIN, EUGENE, 101 Fourth Pl.-Entered from NathanfHale Junior High School: Interclass Baseball, 1215 Debating, 13,-115 M. T. H. S.g Interclass Basketball, 141g Chem. Squad, 1413 Tic- ket Squad, 12,3,-11: Manager, M. T. H. S., Mod. M.-N. Y. U llvllfll Irish Eyes Arc Smiling THE PR 65. FARRANTI ALFREDJQ, SR-481 Fourth St.SQBrxklyn-Fir t Award in design 11? P te'5'G.lu'b 1215 Honor Guards 1. ' Latin? Club5 Math Club 1415 Ch sxfllub 1415 orchestra 12,3, 415. . T1Ck9t Squad 123,415 M. T. A . M.-New York University. Is ere ,flower Among Gzlarfls? - +L .Yf 66 FEABE1 , JOHN, 415-64111 sn.-hy t K' g,sS'B etball 12,3313 Varsity Base- , b l,' c1olastiQH0 53,415 All New 'York ers Pi -' ommittee' Varsit f 1 Y F ot 13,415 4, 's, 2 M. T. H. S.'s -G el Football.-Dar mouth. Take to the Aifr. N 67. FEDDE, NORMAN, 454 Ninth St.- Poster Club, 1315 Junior Arista, Bank Agent, 1315 German Club, 13,415 Vergil Club, 141, Treas.4Willia1ns College. The Young Aristocrat. 68. FEDERMAN, DAVID, 1405-8th Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.-Entered from Dewey Jr. H. S., Sept. 275 Traffic Squad 14,515 2 Math. Certificatesg Scho- larship Certificate5 Quarter-finals hand- ball tournament5 Junior Arista5 Senior Arista5 Completing Course in 1-2 years-U'niversity of California. Cll.Hf0'l'lI.ifl, Here I Come. 69. F',3RRAR1, MAURHCE, iafwavel-ly ',Ave.-gunior Arista5 Junior Eatin' Club, 1215f, 'aiena Latina, Q19 cholarship Certifi ate.-Buginessi On the ot. ' 70. FICKEN, GEORGE V., 482 Ninth St.-Entered from Dewey Jr. H. S. Feb. 19275 Interclass Basketball, 1215 Track, 13,415 M. T. H. S., M.5 Cross- Country, 123,415 M. T. H. S.5 Prospect Staff, 141.--Cornell. Hmzclsome is as Handsome Does. 71. FILOSA, RAYMOND J., 1944 Dean St.-Interclass Baseball and Baseball, Junior Aristag Class Pres. 1215 Vice- Pres. M. T. H. S., Mod. M., 2 Maj. M's, 4 Service Cards-Business Lots cmd Lots of Money 72. FINEBAUM, KATHLEEN, 246 Pa- cific St., Brooklyn, N. Y.-Junior Aris- ta5 Walking Club 1415 Math. Certific- cate 1215 Spanish Certificate 11,4,515 Spanish Medal 1615 Scholarship Medal 1515 Scholarship Certificate 14,6,715-- Hunter College. Medals are But her Stepping Stones. N S P E C T iiii J Q . . ..... if ll G' T .. f1a.5f f i .. I5 A . 4539 . .. . 3 I I N 1 ',..,i ,1 1 :fel l 1 Ql?:55,-.v! ...f 1 L 13 1 1 ln 1 I 1' Qi!! df sl? 1 1 93 U qi...-.. I 5 A, ee r 1 . V2 E 1? lie? ii 1 J 1 v . N 70 l' 1 is .zz fri ' -if 1 in f .sf l ...1 K. 1 1: 7l Q m ,i 13 . k a' N? ,E .. 5 ,Salim-M l 77,7 LoPilr3T V 16 TH E PROSPECT HL., rf. rQ 8 'Q . Gm , ' J .Y 1 I 75 -Af ' 1 1-4 1 .. .K J 73. FRIEIJLANDER, BERNATH, 505- 77th St.-Weekly, 111: Annex Civic Squad: Current Events Club, 13,41: Ho- nor Guards, 141: Debating, 141: History Club, 1415 Completing Course in 3 1-2 years.-C. C. N. Y. ll'lzy .-irc You Leczring So Soon? 74. FRIEIIMAN. IRVING, 278 Dean St. --Entered in 4th Term from Yonkers High School: Orchestra 12,3,41: Mod. M. Major M.: Spanish Club, 141: Glee Club, 12,3.41: Latin Club, 141: Debating Club, 13,41: Senior Arista: Prospect Agent, 13,-11: Prospect Staff, 141: Spanish Cer- tificate: Scholarship Certificate: Schol- arship Medal: Completing Course in 3 1-2 years.-C. C. N. Y. 71 FROMMHOLZ, HILDA, 879-71st ., ., Jrooklyn. N. Y.-Hockey 121: Capt. 141: Numerals: Baseball 141: Championship team: Mod. M.: Volley Ball 141: Capt. 141: All-round Athletic 1 ve ,. QS 1 it J f N f" "ill of 11117 .4ffll'lIlfl11l'l'-N , St P f 5 1 V , . 9. 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 I . I --11 1 iaggg,--:cr 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 nf ff-f 1 1 1 1 F' 1 f " . ,ff 3 .,. ,- , ,. lm' ZH 41 11 Q F .- 1 1 I 1 11 -. ...-. Y. W.,-l1 i ' I ,A 77 'ill In 78 X -1 1 f P . i 1 . . 1 g 1 ' 4' s: V l 1 . . "Q 1 79 1 , 1 Bali , 3 ,gf ,1 - 1 1 , 1, 1 11 V xx .x Alf-is-V, it . . -. , I . t-25115151 Medal: Basketball, 12,41: Swimming 12. 3.41: Walking Club, 141: Sketch Club 13,413 Track 141: Poster Club 141: Feuman Club 121: English and Free- hand Drawing Prize.-Pratt Institute. Lil' Dfninnio. fi' 76. GALg,A13gIER, ROBERT, 6907-4111 Ave.-F eshman Football: Freshman Swimm' g: Exglish Medal: Track. 11,2. 3.41: 11,2,3.41: Numerals, 2 M. T. H? .: Uunior Arista: Class Pres. 141: Chairman, Class Night Committee: Prospect, 141.-Dartmouth. Hoof rlnrl .llozlfll Discflsc. 77. GALLO. LOUIS, 8 Denton Pl.-Se- nior Arista: Current Events Club. 13.7. 81: Pres. 171: Sec. 1-1.81: Vergil Club 17.81: Debating Club 17,81: Door Guard 141: Scholarship Certificates 121: Hon- or Certificate 111: Completing Course in 3 1-2 years.-C. C. N. Y. Asif .llc :l77Of1I"l'- 78. GANN. MILO. 6829 Burns St.. For- est Hills, L. I.-Entered in 7th Term from Haaren High School: Scholarship Certificate: Historv Club, 141: Comple- ting Course in 3 1-2 years.-Cornell. Gunn Bur' Not Forgotten. 79. GARRICK, GORDON J.. 8123-68th St.-Interclass Baseball. 111: Fencing. 131: Asst. Mgr. Baseball, 131: M. T. H. S.: Mgr. Baseball. 141: M.-Cornell T119 "Gun" Tllflil :lIfl17flfl1'S the Nine. 80. GINGOLD. THEODORE. 1239 East- ern Parkxvav-Track 11.2,3,41: 3 M's.: 3 M. T. H. S.'s: Soccer. 131 Cross- Country. 131: 4 M's: All Scholastic Track. 13.41: Winner of 440-Yd. Line Novice Cup ,qiven bv Manual: 2nd in P. S. A. L. Half-Mile Champs: member of 2-mile relay at the Penn Relay carnival: Holder of half-mile Novice Record in Dickinson Meet. Winner of half-mile Manual Meet, 2nd High Jump in field day-University of Southern California. One Fast Jlrnz. THE PR 81. GIORDANO, JOHN, 242 Adams St. -Freshman Basketball, Baseball, Junior Arista, Track 43,415 Basketball 431,- N. Y. U. Right Off the Bat. I , 82. I 'l' I , U.-' '- 80-5tl - e.-Entere Ai o ' exas S. Sept.- ' 1' -s' M Jas. Two Gun ' 83. GORDE I, RUTH, 463-76th St.- Weekly' Agenty 42,3415 Prospect Agent, 441, Traffic Ysqyad, 43,413 Spanish Club 431, Hockey, 41,215 Enclball, 4115 Bas- ketball, 421, Junior Arista, Senior Aris- ta, Senior 'Aristag Swimming Manager 4313 Swimming, 41,215 4 Scholarship Certificates, Senior Membership Comm. Oh! Is She Nice? Oh! O11 ! 84. Roo i, B1 Aix I su.LMa1- P1. aiklf Hg Mo .QMlLf- sg Junior Arista, enior Ar ta, Ch s Club, .4 ' V Tiltrrship Certificate' iwgggi Cliytgiifawggf 2 Math Medals- . 5- . Y. Big Ben. 85. GORDON, CHARLES, 415-73rd St. -Freshman Swimming, Interclass Base- ball, 421g Interclass Basketball, 4113 Bank Agent, Weekly Agent, Doorguards 45,615 A. F. F. A. 41,2,1, Ice Hockey, 441-University of Southern Cal. Keep Away from Hollywood. 86. GOVERTSEN, ARTHUR, 822-58th St.-Interclass Baseball, 41,21g Inter- class Basketball, 41,215 Junior Artists, Prospect Agent, 43,413 Senior Pin Com- mittee, Completing Course in 3 1-2 years -Polytech. Inst. Solemnity Pcrsoizifiecl. 87. GRAY, CHARLES, 44 Berkeley Pl. -Weekly Agent, 45 terms13 Prospect Staff, 46,71g M. H. T. S., Honor Guards 43,4,5,6,7,81g M. T. I-l'. S., Mod. M., Ma- jor M., Class Night Committee-Calford University In the Movies? ss. --GRKAVESEN, IRENE M., 246-141111 St.-Literary"Club, 411, Debating Club, -42231, 'Roosex'eltfClub, 43,415 Swimming, 41,2,31g German, Club, .4415 Lunch Room Staff 43,4152-.Bank Agent, 43,415 Week- ly Agent.-Maxwell Training. Wlzo'll Be the Teczclzefs Pet? OSPECT is gi 8, .rib , ' 'if ' ji g A Ili' - -v I f, Hifi lt- . - V651-it I 1 1, ,raw , ll 'Uf I i Y f I I 7, l f 8 li 953' ...Lia ll 55 ai I so I 88 Qtab cv I 18 T H E P R 1 More FV 1 W K4 89 S 'li' ', .-v.. 3 5 if 1 5' " A gi . .4 Q! i A 4-2.3 fi 91 1 14 . , FZTF1. .,. 1 A ff , , P' dan. , 1913U l fl ,LQ .- , L-, is ,L L, V. 4 ' S A714 V as , 96? ' 'gA, ii I3 5' r A H 1, ' L ' . 2 . , 3 f fe' it KJ X N cease! OSPECT 89. GRIEBE, FLORENCE, 157-23rd St.-Entered from Dewey Junior High Schoolg Math Certificateg German Club, 13.-11g Treas., 141, Scholarship Certifi- cate.-N. Y. U. A Clzurnzing Yozuzg Lady. 90. HAASE, ANNA, 128 Carman Ave., East Rockaway, L. I.-Entered from Dewey Jr. H. S., Jan 31, 19275 Manual Biology Club 12,3,41g Sec'ty, 13,413 Bio- logy Squad, 12,3,-11, Manual Y3'Club 13, 413 Baseball, 141-Miss Dunbar's School Type That Letter! 91. HACKETT, ALBERTA ETHEL, 477 3rd St., Brooklyn, N. Y.-Eng. Office, 12,3,41g Secretary of Class, 1315 G. O. Agent, 13,5,61, Junior and Senior Aris- tag Indoor Baseball, 181-Business Col- lege. Avzotlzer Quiet Young Lady. 92. H L OCKV BE 4 81st St. -Rifle 1 ' S '2 bership Com., onor G ards, 131-Columbia. Hullockinook. 93. HANSEN, ROBERT, 741-49th St. -Entered Manual in 6th Term from N. J. H. S.: Radio Club ,1-119 Current E- vents Club, 141g History Club, 1415 Ho- nor Guards, 141-N. Y. U. Batter Late Tlzrnz Xvrcr. 9-1. HEGARDT, JULIA, Q13 Seventh St. -Entered from Dewey Junior High, Jan. 19273 Arts and Crafts Club, 1215 Hockey, 12,313 Basketball, 1319 French Club, 1313 Volley Ball, 141-Business College. The Eyes Hare It. 95. HEGARTY, WILLIAM, 479-12th St., Brooklyn, N.XY.-Interclass Baseball, 111, Interclass Basketball,"121g Soccer, 1-113 Track, 1G,7,81g M. T. H. S.g Social Committee Sth Gradeg Honor Guards, 12,3315 2 Mod. M. and M.-Preparing Col-Bucknell. Collegifztrf 96. HERNANDEZ, FRED J., 116 Hoyt St.-Interclass 'Baseb li,.f,v Freshman Sx imrriing, 1 Freshmahj Soccer.-Penn. St te. ' Frm The Frcslzrgznn. V THE PR 97. HERZ, HENRY, F., 207 Grand Ave. -Capt. Interclass Baseball Cl1amps5 Freshman Football5 Varsity Basketball, 12,3,415 2M's, M. T. H. S. Handball Championship 1415 Gold Medal5 Doubles Handball, 1215 Bronze Medalg Varsity Handball, 1315 Capt., 1315 Mod. M. Cross-Country, 1415 Mod. M., Wingfoot Club, 1415 Track, 1415 Social Com. 8th Gradeg Gold Track Shoe.-West Point. Modest Ability. 98. HOLWAY, THEODORE 195 Pros- pect Park West-Tennis, 1415 Pin Coln- mitteeg Interclass Basketball, 1215 Class Pres., 1815 Weekly Agent, 14,5,6,71g G. O. Agent 15,7,815 Entered from Port Arthur S. Sept. 1926-Tulane Univ- ersity. Go Away Hal Away 99. HOLZER, ANNA, 1422 E. 2 St.- Entereclfrom Nathan Hale Jr. High, Feb. 1-9271' French Club, 1'374,515 German Club, 1515 Tennis, 15,615 Glee Club, 16, 7,815 Baseball, 1815 Bank Agent-C. C. N. Y. Pokerfuce. 100. ILLMAN, ROSE, 127 Bay 38th St.- Junior Aristag A. F. F. A. Agent, 1115 Weekly Agent, 111-Business Charming, elz llfvlll? 101. INF' NT EDWARD,413 Lafayette :jr mm.5 M. T. . S5 Presi- C135 -16,1 ,O 1' l 'v'l5v6y7l: -Captain 5 ' nt 13 41 - Manag gs asketball, ,111 5,Stl John's. Mamnzals Little Inff t1e1. 102.' 1NGRAIai,xM,l,VIvIAN, 1023-71st St!-Glee ,Chi , 11,2,3V15 Vice-pres., 1415 ,Girlsf1Sc1'ibes, 11,215' Punchball, 1115 Literary Club, 11115 Bank Agent, 13,415 Opeia Cl b, 121, 3,15 Lunclirooni 12,315 1 Mr. Kee1'ign's Staff, 1615 Xmas Pllay, 14, 615 Vice President interscholastic short Stor5?'Club5 Mod. M. 1Dramatics15 Class Night Com.-School of Dramatic Art. Who Will Save My Child? 103. IRVINE, ALBERTA A., 123 Hoyt St.-Swimming, 14,515 Manual "Y" Club 14,515 Glee Club, Secretary, 1515 Serv- ice Cardsg Bank Agent, 16,7,815 Picture Committeeg Teacher's Lunch Roomg En- tered from St. Saviours Academy in 4th Term-Hunter College. A Girl With CL Record. 104. JACKSON, AIHRT, 75 Oce ri ve. --Freshman Swinimi-1'Qf H' er- cllasswseballg Interclass Basketball Weeky Agentg Door Guards5 A. F. F. A.-Lehigh University. Stonewall Jackson. E 1 P E C T 's A .Q ...i ' 1' l f W - , .., X 3 . H ' . 1 . ..T i i 'ii U.. -.. N rr . " ' log 5 P A ' .413 . H ' . A ! Q " . ' 1,6 A it 'X 1 ,O v. , 1 I . .,,,. l .1 ' ' - ..-ffff if W' .-ffA 4: I F ll ff' fold n If 1 in 4 . lf' l r f ,,',.. I ,I 'api A i 4 W . LL 104 W .ggi il 5 , I Lfi?i?5l THE P R 'N .06 I 4 V IO7 ivw Q yo9 J 11' if ' .1 1 ,L sl ff ?f 5 l .' 1 - , -wg l' 1' sg X . Ii il . I me J ti ll 1 - L11 F ...Q ,-3 14' , ' 1 In . -i I .HQ ,f Lf 'Q ff' tdatstbp M OSPECT 105. JACOBOWITZ, PHILIP-Interclass Baseball, 1115 Interclass Basketball, 11, 215 Bank, 11,2,315 M. T. H. S.5 Pros- pect Agent, 11,2,15 Weekly Agent, 11,2, 31.-N. Y. U. - "Big Shot." 106. JACOBS, NETTIE, 6211-23rd Ave. -Baseball, 13,413 Basketball, 12,3,415 Volley Ball, 1415 Track, 12,3,41g Ice Skating, 12,3,415 Junior Arista5 Biology Club, 13,415 Scholarship Certificateg Spanish Certificate, Senior Aristag Se- nior Gown Committee.-Curtiss Field. Heir .llz'ndecl. . ' f107. JJANSSON, HELMER, 538-78th sz. alnterclass Baseball, 1115. Interclass Basketball, 12,315 Prospect, 1115 1Veek- ly, gpg, Honor Guards, 1315 Fencing Squ c, 12,31g Math Book Room, '13,41- Steven? Institutefi I llfas bpeulfing to fl .Uan and-" 108. JOHNSION, E'I1HEl'L, 664 Warren St. -Entered rom QI. Hf J., S4 Class ,Sec't. 15,615 Bas'k6tba1lf'11,215 Glee Club, 1815 M T. 'PL S., 1215 Se1'vice,'Cardsg Pros- pect Committeeg Prospect lAgent, 16,715 Teachers Lunch Room, 17,815-Business School. One Precious Lil' lhlg., X1 eekly fkgent 1,2 5 Basketball, 1315 M. R I-MS., Weekly Staff, 1415 1Senior Egfospect Committeeg Junior Aristagxgenior Arista.-Rhode Island State. 1' 'Go Away and Let Me Sleep." 109. JUSTICFD: B., zuasigipsn T I , um 4 1 1 Kaur v t J l 110.3 Ku-XPLANOWSKI, RICHARD-Em tered'from Galway Union High Schoolg Freshman Baseballg Orchestra, 13,415 Poster Club, 1315 Glee Club, 1315 Opera Club, 1315 Lacrosse, 13,413 Mg P. S. A. L. Ping Lacrosse Medal. A Czzltured Inclian. 111. KAUFMAN, MILTON, 122 Fifth Ave.-Interclass Baseball, 1115 A. F. F. A. Agent, 1215 Interclass Basketball, 1215 Junior Aristag Math Certificateg Scholarship Certificateg Senior Picture Committee.-N. Y. U. A Biff, Lilmblc Fvllozv. 112. KELLAM, MARGARET, 81-86th St.-Entered in 6th Term from John Marsliall H. S., Rochester: Basketball, 1-11, Iod. M.5 Baseball, 1-115 Roosevelt ",G'h1b, 1415 Vergil Club, 1419 Scholar- ' 'ship Medal 1Jewel15 History Club, 1415 Senior Aristag Prospect Staff, 1413 Class Night Committee.-University of Rochester. There Illzast be some Attraction in Roches- ter for Illarge. THE PR 113. KELLERMAN, HILDING, 412 Dean St.-Chemistry Squad5 Doubles Handball Championship, 1455 Baseball, 1455 Inter- class Basketball, 1235-N. Y. U. Hit That Wall! 114. KEL , B E ., 432i 4 th St., Lon sland Cit it ed 'o N. H. J. Ba A 'e , P - 0 ey Ballg B et ll 1155 er Clu , 13,-155 th C 'ficate 1255 rench Club, 125 Unive ity of .Y. notlzer C zoriue. 115. KEILSON, AGATHA, 881 Washing- ton Ave.-Baseball, 1355 Basketbalig SWiimm,iX'i-g: 'Manager of Girls' Athletics5 Prospect Agentg Jumor Aristag Sec'y. of 7th Gracleg Prospect Staff, Mod. M.5 English Book Roomg Mrs. StHreeter's Staff, Chairman, Gown Committeeg G. O. Executive Committee-University of Wisconsin. E.re'c1itii'e Ability Plus. 116. KICK, DOROTHY, 54 E. 3rd St.- M. T. H. S .5 Major M.5 Glee Club, 11, 253,455 Roosevelt Club, 1455 Poetry Club 1455 Literary Club, 1155 Bank Agent, 11,3,4,5,655 Scholarship to Federal Art School-Federal Art School Sweet and low! ' 117. K OH - Interc ss Bas all, 115 Iiscipli ff 1355 Fencing, 5' H C., 2,3, 455 Asst. Manag asebt , Jack, the Giant I' fer. 118. KING, CHESTER, 480-12th St.- Interclass Baseball, 1155 Interclass Bas- ketball, 11,255 Honor Guards, 123,455 -Yale. King for ri Dug. 1 x 119. KLEIDMAN, LILLIAN, 1517-11th Ave.-Entered from Nathan Hale Junior High School, Feb. 19275 Weekly Agent, 1,455 Girl Scribes, 13,4555 Baseball, 11, 255 Glee Club, 13,455 Volley Ball, 11,253 German Club, 1355 Tennis, 1455 Pros- pect Agent, 135.-N. Y. U. Snaplflf, eh Wat? 120. KLEINMAN, GEORGE, 184 Johnson St.-Entered from Morris High Schoolg Weekly Agent, 1255 Boxing, 1355 Inter- class Baseball, 1255 Glee Club, 145.-N. Y. U. He Swings a Wicked Left 1Foot5. 1, 'Q as 3 + ,.f E I O S P E C T 21 In 'xxx n-g-i,g5i ,.,....,,.,, - 1- ,,.. . at T , M555 , , ' ,' .-., . ' 'i . .. ., 1 23 15 , gif ei Y itn ,la V - I ' 11' T . 5 , 5 ii df 1 ' 1 E111 'I 95 U' f' l - tl, at-wel Y? : iv ' ' ' F 1 1 .. .,.,. . I7-0 Adhnnb Lgpi RIT 27 TH M 1143 -'f fi 2 as 2. S i E I 4 . It vt, Q ", iz it l rl ' X All 'E i .RX . ' 1 ..-fi' i . 4 A . of - ll 'V , 1 J .1 1 958 "' ' '1 E ruiilif 4 - iw ' bin? K , hr , 3 'a f u 3 N , , 'A 1 lf L - ' -lf , P1 I F fl , I7-7 ,lg 5 .nf 5 i ' it ' ' 1 , " .if 4 U., '-,B f -1 - ' Y tiatabj E PROSPECT 121. KNUDSEN, ALFRED, 908-52nd St.-Freshman Basketball, Interclass Baseball, 125, Interclass Basketball, 135 -Business. Down zvitlz the Bulls and Bears. 122. KOBLINTZ, EVELYN, 276 Ninth Ave.-Math Certificate, Mrs. Streeterls Staff, 145, Biology Club, 12,3,45, His- tory Club, 145, Baseball, 13,-15, Mod. M. Junior Arista, Senior Arista, Senior Gown Comm.-College of Hard Knocks. "I'nz Sure I FIZllIlfL'lI that Ttstf' 123. KOSINSKY, JOHN, 319-Gth St.- Interclass Baseball, 115, Interclass Bas- ketball, 125-Cooper Union. The Silent, but Strong Mun. 124. KRONENBERG, BETTY, 214 Smith St.-Entered from N. H. Jr. H. S Jan 1927, German Club, 145, Bank Agent, 135, Basketball, 11,453 Volley Ball, 11, 45, Weekly Agent, 125, Spanish Club, 125-C. C. N. Y. "Lets Go!" 125. KUMERDANK, CHARLES A., 239 Battery Ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.-Inter- class baseball, 115, Bank Staff, 12,3,-15, Sec.-Treas., 145, M. T. H. S, Mod M, Major M, Roosevelt Medal, 2 Scholar- ship Medals, 5 Scholarship Certificates, Junior Arista, Orchestra 12,3,45, Radio Club, 12,55, Math Certificates, Senior Arista, Football, 145, M. T. H. S. From Brink to Grifliron. 126. LAPIANA, FRANK, 233 Hamilton Ave.-Track, 125, A. F. F. A. Agent, 135, Pres. of Class. 125, Honor Guard, 1253,-1.5: Radio Club, 13,45-P0- lytechnic Institute. T114' Radio .-lnnozuzcer. 127. LARSEN, HOWARD L., 81 Lorraine St.-Interclass Basketball, Annex Ar- tists, Service Cards, Award, Annex Of- fice Squad, Swimming Team: Honor Guards, 12,3,-15, Major M, Mod. M, Boxing Club: Bantamweight Champ- Business. Sven but Not Heard. 128. LAYNE, ANORA M., 45 St. Felix St. Basketball, 13,-15, Hockey, 155, Field day Medal. 119185, Swimming, 135, La tin Club, 13,45-Lincoln Hospital. Good Night Nurse! K THE PROSPECT 129. LEFF, HERMAN, 69 Tehama St.- Interclass Baseball, 111, Interclass Bas- ketball, 121, German Club, 13,41, French Club, 11,213 Junior Arista.-St. John's. Leff? I Nearly Died. 130. LEHMAN, LUCILE, 1080 East 7th St., Brooklyn, N. Y.-Hockey, 12,3,4,5,6' 71, Capt. 12,3,4,51, Champion Team, 161, P. S. A. L. pins, 3 M T H S's, Basketball, 11,2,3,4,5,6,71, Capt. 1,3,451, Mgr., 131, Numerals, Sec. 121, Prospect Staff, A. F. F. A. Staff, Class Night Committee. A Good Sport. 131. LEONARD, ALBERT G., 563-52nd St.-Freshman Football, Interclass Base- ball, Basketball, Boxing-Poly Tech. Irish As Irish Can Be. 132. LEVINE, ANNE, 1669-47th St.- Entered from Montauk Jr. H. S. Sept. 1927, Junior Arista, Bank Agent, 13,61, Traffic Squad, 14,515 Current Events Club, 15,61, Vice Pres., Glee Club, 13, 41, Completed Course in 3 1-2 years, Scholarship Certificate, 14,51-C. C. N. Y. Qzceene Anne. 133. LEVINE, MOSES A., 1211 Prospect Ave.-Physics Squad 17,815 Interclass Baseball, Interclass Basketball, G. O. Agent, 181-Long Island University. Means Much to L. I. U. 134. LEVY, ALVIN A., 1739-49th St.- Scholarsliip Certificate, History Club, 141, Pres., 141, ,Boxing Club, 12,3,41, 126 lb. Champ, Debating Club, 12,3,-11, Senior Membership Committee.-N. Y. U. A "In This Corneqg F"efHr7z'e-ff? o , F 135. L'VY, ,529 0 everly Quad, 'o YEWE1-Keri from Era' al veni 'iilfllqgorj Guard, i utenant ' " tlified f ' . 1. 1 , , i. vain 1 1 Majo ' AL it 7 - l I 171, Ticket Clommitt Zxkbip L t- ters.-Columbia, 'School of Medicine. Oli! Doctor. 1 1 U .1 . 1:26. V J IICIUS, 3212 C1191-ch Ave.: Jlnteiigllasylgggeball ,111, ,hferclass Bas- ketgiilll, 1471, DebatinguClub, 11,2,3,41,, Se ., 16, Pres. 1,813 Capt. Senior Al amp. D? . Team! 171, Silver'iVIedal, C Mod. MSS, U-flVI., B'6y,.Xcribes, 11719 Junior +Arista, Senior! Arista, 11719 Scholarship Medal, 11.1v-C. C. N. X. The Silver-Tongzcecl Orutor! 4 1 - -. ... F '19 l W 'UGO ., 1, I ".V- X. I l' r i o " .-.-.: Y XL-. ' E5 up H I 13' lfiirg- T 2 li in' f 5 I ...,,.b I 11 Q 3 ,1 1 -.-L f ' I 1 , ,iw ,tea ' l , H . - QQ F A QZU fl 321 inl .-1 - -- el 4 I g '33 x34-fl ' V, K' V 'i Q., -' f , i 4 Y. I 'X I A f , . R f . I I J a . ' ' l - - l 2 'W , 49' i 135 i i . lf". I ., e v ' K V Hg 'A 1' ,Q . 3 f' . 3 ' . " 1 , J' lfggnlliatb THE PROSPECT . ' f 7 V.. l. IBB -l l 13' r I 3 l r,. jwl 1 f ' H J. 1' A I 3 1' .40 l . .11 1 i '3 , ' A C U or Eff! A , . ,mfg X' 1 f 3 1 1 ana 11 . I 'fl QZU il i I44' A7 u4z V A 1 Q at 1 4 U It 143- X31 HMT! I ,H lx I Q .ff J! ,, .viii A uimalb 137. LEVY, SEYMOUR, 1739-49th St., Brooklyn, N. Y.-Senior Arista, 123, Boxing Team, 1335 Junior Interyear Debating Team, 153, Captain of the Se- nior Interyear Debating, History Club, 1739 Interclass Basketball, 193-New York University. 110 .-llzead! Take Either Sirlel 138. LIIHIDIE, ISAIDOR, 503 Clinton Ave. -Vergil Club, 1435 Interclass Baseball, 113. l'Yt'l'g1AI'S lllzrnzcst .qlclmirclx 1339. LINK, ELEANOR, 483 Eighth St.- Manclolin Club, 113, Weekly Agent, 143, Spanish Club, 1233 HY" Club, 133, Roosevelt Club, 1-13, Indoor Baseball, 12335 Mod. M., Honor Certificate, Se- nior Social Committee, Junior Arista, Senior Arista.-Hunter. Not .llerelg a Link but the ll'lz0le Chain. 1-10. LIPSCHUTZ, CAROLINE, 585- 10th Ave.-Literary Club, 113, Hockey, 113, Tennis, 12,335 Baseball, 13,435 Mod M., P. S. A. L. Ping Mrs Streeter's Staff, 143, G. O.A gent, 173, Sec't. of 8th Grade Prefect Class'-Columbia. To Be ll'itl1 Caroline. 141. LOPILATO, ANTHONY, 859 Fulton St.-Track, 1135 Orchestra, 123, Poster Club, 12,3,43g M. T. H. S., Mod M., 3 l3'I's: Sketch Club, 143, Prospect Art Staff, 13,-13, Art Editor, M. T. H. S., Mod. M, M-N. Y. U. .el You ng "Illastcr." 142. LUCIER. XYALTER 322-Sllth St.- Track, 11,233 Baseball, 11.23. The Jlomz, 1110 Stars, um! You. ll'uIfvr. 1-12. MacLEMAN, ALEXANDER, -119- 11th St.-Bank Agent, 11,23: Interclass Basketball, 11,1533 Annex Champions: Interclass Baseball, 12,433 Interclass Baseball, 12,435 Varsity Soccer, 121,-13: Ivavisions Champions: Silver Soccer Ball, 2 major M'sg Class Secretary, 11,2,3,-I, 5,63-Carnegie Tech. Scotch for the Scotch. 14-1. MACRI. BENEIHICT, 7913-12th Ave.-Interclass Baseball, 113: Junior Arista: Math Certificate.-Columbia. Re'svrl'uI und Rt'if1Illt'fI.' THE PROSPE 145. MAGUIRE, ARTHUR, 4310-Eighth Ave.-Cross Country, Track. Quiet and Umzsszmzing. 146. MAHER, JAMES F.,"137-92nd Stf -Entered from St. Francis in 3rd year, Varsity Baseball, 13,439 Varsity Basket-- ball'-13F15g Wavsity Football, 145, Box- ing and Wrestling Team, 13,45, 3 M's, 2 M. T. H. S.'s Qth Grade Social Corn- mitteeg Executive Committee.-Fordham. Every Inch a Mun. 147: MALARKEYL BOB RT, 70,97 NNar- ,-,rows Ave.+Track, 12,355 5 LCQJSS Coun- 'try, 13,454 Esrrglish BookXRoom, 13,455 Dramatics,7,1'4 -Bus-guess. Every Act'Zong Rzm. " 8. ALKIN, EVA, 217-7 Ave.-Liter- a u g Basketball, 11,2-ig G. O. Agent ,35 rospect Agent, 14,553 "Y" 13, ,053 ' lee l b, 14,5,6,7,85g Opera Club, 5 ,6,75,? , -ish singers, 16,753 Week- 'ly af 1 5, Ice Skating, 17,853 NVe 'ly ent, 1855 Biology Clubg Sec. , of lass, 85-Hunter. XA! Hzmhe-r we must go. 1 J 14 . MARRA, ANTHONY, 307 Stratford oacl-Interclass Baseball, 115, Inter- class Basketball, 1355 Class President, 12,355 Weekly Agent, 11,2,35g Senior Prospect Committee.-Annapolis. A Girl in El'C'l',1j Pofrt? 150. MARLIS, JAMES, 8,2579 Ocean Ave. -Weekly Agent, 11,253 Weekly Staff, 13159 Iurerglass Baseball, 1155 Iiyterclass Basketball, 125 5' Soccer, 1453 Emsketball, 135, Math Certificvateg Junior Arista. Class Night Committee.-University of Brazil. ' ,- Like the Occn-71, He's Always R0ll2"Z.7Zfl. x X f 151. MQSSEY, WILLIAM J., 27' East 10th A t.-Junior Arista, Track, 12,4,5g Inter-Baseball, 115, Inlerclass Basket- peit, 125, P1-0 J cufzerop, off, Social Uommitteeg' CXEU ,-Night Committeeg Bank, 145- He Registers Zero, 152. MCCARTHY, DANIEL, 533 Court St.-Interclass Baseball, 1153 Interclass Basketball, 125, Weekly Agent, Pros- pect Agent. "2 Corneal Beef on Rye." H- v ll C T 'S so .46 , 1 fi'-'L Y ,g 1 , I . ' s 3 Eg. l' , - . If HI W1 . S . In Q if ,-. V- -' " ll Q, if C . -AJ it Q Y I V- 5 I ,gitg -g 21 al. H ,V :Q l f '- . , I l aggff fi r H fe -l, li U ' il 'XXI fl. li .af ll 6 f and Ill , , 9 Z0 , I . l Y' yi., .e h 149 lx A I ' . .ella 151 ' '52 X J 4 4. f. ,. Q5 1 l . , 3 Q.. g 1: .Q , v -Q-'fx' Y i 5 , tizgagl -I 1 t T H E P R I . '51 Lf -Q, I . 1 ,I Y . , ,,',. y 51 "QAM h,.l- 1 . . ii .. , 'A,, . 1 ' f' 1 was 1 A D563 gf , 2 as ' 1 7 i te - f v . mama J if ff' ' A dl-an if , . 0 195 U ll 9' V, : ' ,..,, u Q i 1 1. 1. 9 1 ..' ' . t 159 , leo ' ' 5 SG" .Q ' as . I " 5 'Z 1 ' 5, 1 , . . V 'I L'2S3I2Rbg OSPECT 153. MCGILL, GRACE, 329-'79 St.-En- teregj from St. Agnes Seminary, June 19289 Prospect Aft. 1615 G. O. A't. 1615 Grace Institute. Grace for Grace. ' MYMHRLES 15. M RT , 1 , B ' ' n A e.-Interclai?!wsFba1.l?,,12-S1639 i -A ,113 " ' ct , ' I 1E:'...s:n A -www AW .ff In asketball, 1215 Junior Arla? tag Door Guards, 131. 5 "Better Late Than Absent,"L-His Motto. 155. McNAMEE, JAMES, 605 Sixth St.- Entered from Nathan Hale Junior High Schoolg Trackg Senior Pin Committee- University of Hard Knocks. Personality Par Eqvcellerzce. 156. MILLER, BETTY, 476-6th Ave.- Entered from Dewey Jr. H. S. Jan. 1927, Math Club 1313 Scholarship Letters, 15, 61 3 Swimming 171 5 German Club 13,41- N. Y. U. A real nice girl. 1 X 157. MILLER, artist.- Enterecl frqibf n au Junior High SchoQ,ltAVT'. F. A. 13,4 ern'51gJIfnterf class asketball 121g Intex-class Base- ball 111g Cliemistryfbmtad 1415 Physics Club 141g Prospeg gent 1413 Scholar- ship Ce tgagaka- . C. N. Y. Muir no VKX-fi:C'l'67iCQ. 158. MINOBVITZ, LOUIS, 333-5th Ave. -Interclass Baseball 111g Prospect Ag't. 11,31g Poster Club 12,3,441g 2 Mod. M'sg 1 Mg Drawing Team 121g Track 111 100 lbs. Relay Team M. T. H. S. Beaux Arts Club 131g Bank Art Staffg Junior Aristag Course in 3115, years.-Pratt. Higlz School On Ivlargin. 1. . RAN5- ILLIA .,J1p9o'5Newk1rk ?ilXve.D-iggiteieclalg lgasebgil, Basketbau 11, ' '-.23-g,.Junior "-i ag Gym .Clubg ,-Vfarsitgf Baseball '23, 5 ,M,pfd,,CM's+4Bth Grade Picture C .- t. Johns College. Why Bring lwt' Up? 160. MORROW, WALTER, 10 Westmins- ter Rd.-Interclass Basketball 1213 Inter- class Baseball 111 3 Freshman Swimmingg Varsity Swimming 13,415 Door Guard, Secretary of Awards 1815 Att. and Dis. Committeeg M. T. H. S., Mod. Mg 4 M's.-Pratt Inst. S: N. Y. U. lVnIIgl, The U"r1rri0r! THE PROSPECT 161. MURPHY, JAMES, 640-84th St.- Entered from St. Frances Xavier, 19273 Debating Society 1713 Golf Team 1813 Member of Pin Comm.-Fordham. One Swell Fellow. 162. NAIRN, CHARLES, 250-90th St.- Entered from Jamaica H. S. Interclass Basketball 1413 Math. Bookroom 1813 Honor Guards 16,71. Bounce Prince Clzrrrlie 163. NASTASI, ANTHONY, 211 Prospect Ave.-El 'sity Ba ke -ball 1G,7,813 2 MHS 1 M. 111: soccer 121: Class Sec. 13, , ,71g' aspect Staff Ui, 713 Class Night Co .-Savage. The Song And Druzccilluiz. 164. NELSON, CAMILLE, 4425--5th Ave -Endball 1113 Ice Skating 13,413 Swim- ming 171,813 Basketball 1813 Social Com.3 Civics Squad3 Certificate-N. Y. U. One of 'the Preferrrccl! 165. NIKUNEN, ARTHUR, 922-42th St.-Freshman Footballg Baseballg Track 1313 M. T. H. S.lSQ Varsity Foot- ball 131 3 M. Gold Footballg Varsity Base- ball 1413 Track 13,4,5,6,7,8y 2M. T. H. S.'s, 2 M's3 Member of the Wingfoot Club3 Gold Wingfoot. - Intev'feo'ence. . X x 166. O'BRIEN, DENIS, 6720 Ridge Blvd. -Class' Pres. 1113 Interclass Baseball 1113 Weekly 13,413 1 M. T. H. S.3 1 Mod. M. Clas' Weekly Agent 1413 Junior Arista3x ross Country 1413 Track 13, 413 Track 13,413 Member of Prospect Committee.-Holy Cross College. Our "Big Hello Man." 167. PAOLILLO, DOMINICK, 468 Carlton Ave.-Interclass Baseball, 11,313 Inter- class Basketball, 111 3 Honor Guard, 141. A Gorilla, this Paolillo, but Still u Nice Fellow! 168. PATERNO, MARGUERITE, 640 Tenth St.-Hpckey, 11,2,31g Traffic Squad, 12,3,413 Basketball, 1313 Glee Club, 13.413 Junior Aristag Latin Clllbj Y Club, 13,413 Gown Committee3 Comple- ting Course in 3 1-2 years.-Maxwell Training. 5 ft. 2, Eyes of Blue. 1 S i 1 '-1 - 'P' is , 'l . l I- 1 V we . U 1 I , I ' V :i if " - N 3 . l 5 'A 'nf ' 'HQ gl W l ' ' -"lj P .-,ci 9 l rg 1 4, if ' ' ,. -,. , ,,..-. - 1 ' I - f 1 i T' -, il 21 ,1 2 f' 1. .. . Wi. ...,-. A ..e....E,.l 6512155 3 1 x fj'1',f' x V ' All lf"": ll s V ,.. 1, 1 1, 'll J 'yi ii il 1 5. W QZU l 'A' 1 . . .. ....,,v,,, ,.,4.,...1, sl- il H'-iw! - IGS I t me Q T V- 3 Ii ...f '67 ' Q... '69 J Q 1 , - i K Y ak x h -I . A 4. 1 Ll il '-' l Lognilglgli THE PROSPECT N29 V '7 Y A .yi an A. . W 31 I I , XJ, ., , . ef , ' Q . , , ' l fl I 5 r j l . I. t fm' ' I u , ,..n 3 r -A VY ,JN Y e 1- 1T1 ' ml' x by. . Q, if 1 g I Ciiiatf Jan 31? E1 1,1 a" I1 ll K 1 g 1 l ' fl 1 ji Q 9 'l' ,lil-i, HJ- l 'K Q NP 4 P , -1411 l ... vt 1, 31 l V , ll J 1 f- Q n 2 ' I 2. "1- 75 'W 6 tdatab I 1 169. PAXSON, EDWIN W., 508-78th St., Bggdgklyn, N. Y.-Entered f1'65'T Dewey J 1or I-if-lg chool. Fencing,Club, 13,415 CheSSC , 3,41,M TfH .'SKetch 'Club,1Y21 Ar Sick ozn, 1555 atycp Sgllgl sh p CHI 'fi sg ZXS p 4Qe-rtjicates, Scholarship Medal and Jew- EE:MembeTsl1ip Committee, Senior Arista. He'Il Make Phi Beta Kappa. 170. PETERSEN, ELLSWORTH L., 14- 86th St.-Entered from Dewey Jr. H. S. Soccer-West Point. I Diclvft Raise my Son to be a Soldier. X X. ', .il f li 171.' PqTlk'SElNi3 ST.-XNLEYf94?9 sz. flgqer lass as ball Clrampions, umer- Q3 ntgvnyag Basketball, 11,Q151, 'Class 1 es., 1 1, Track, 11,2,31?U'mversity of J oslavia. Don't Go There! ' '- I .J .s ' J 4 . I. ! 172. PETERSON, WALDOT 279 E. 26th' St.- ce Hockey, 13,415 M., M. T. H. S., Physic's Squad, 14L1,, Sec'y. of Class, 13, 4,515 Door Guards, Junior Arista.-COLK lege of Hard Knocks. Where Is This College? J 1 , J 1 173. Pig,:PTIQIA.To, MARIE Gij 409 Ave. me C.-Glee Club, qzmcd-1 Scribes, 11, 2,3,41 5 Indoor Basebfa,uf131, Junior Aris- ta, Senior Arista, Pin Committee, G. O. Agent, 121, Weekly Agent, 121.-Mt. Holyoke. Illfmie of H10 "C0IllP-H1AflZt'7", Eyes. 174. PFISTER, HILDA, 23 Dikeman St.- Entered from Nathan Hale Junior High School, Feb. 1927, Glee Club, 121, Swim- ming, 121, Hockey, 12,315 Basketball, 13, 41, Weekly Agent 121, Prospect Agent, 131, Tennis, 141.-Cornell. Petite As Well as Sweet. 175. PINCUS, MILTON, 145-1-41 St. - Interclass Baseball, 11,315 Boxing Club, 13,4,51, Interclass Basketball, 111, Tic- ket Squad, French Club, 111, Weekly Agent, 11,315 Weekly Agent, 11,313 In- terclass Soccer, 11,21--C. C. N. Y. Another Sisny lllflll. 176. PINTO, ANGELO J., 220 Hawthorne St.-Came from Boys High June 1926. Bank, 111, Weekly, 111, Interclass Base- ball, Prospect, 121, Sec'y. 12.31, Boxing, 12,5141 , Honor Guard, 121,41 , Latin Club, 131, Current Events Club, 121 - St. John's College. Wlzrzt Fluror, Please? THE PROSPEC 177. PULLY, ROSE, 631 Vanderbilt St.- Swimming 12, 3, 415 Hockey 13, 415 Bas- ketball 1415 Championship Hockey team 1315 3 P.S.A.L. Pinsg Modified "M"5 Prospect Agent 11,215 3 Scholarship Cert1ficates5 Junior Aristag Senior Arista.-Hunter College. Hunter Gets A Break. A, 1,11 J' mu. 1' fi-3 178. PYRZYNSKI, F. THOS.-422 6th St.-Graduate of Pratt Inst.-'28-Ind. Chemistry5 Service ' Cardsg Locker Guard5 'Sec-retary.-Poly Tec. The name of zz. fnzzcsiciruz. iw . iM' T A 179. RADZIIFPWICZ, HENRY, 357 --16th St.-Interclass Basebfall, Basketball, Track 52,315 Se'ryL:e Cards, Handball.- U X What' In 2 Name. J 180.-RATH ZFREDERICK L., 92, Pros- pect Parlg West-Prospect, As t.p-Adv. Mgr., Adv. Mgr. 1415 Busineis Mgr. 1415 Mrs. StI'6Qt61',S Staif .1415 Senior Aiiistag Senior Class Night Cbmmitteeg Social Committeeg Publication Pin, Major M4 Modl M.5 'Ikrack Medal. Smile, Fred, Smile. 181. RXAY, JOSEPHS57 -- 9th St.-En- tere from 1V21liai:n2 enn School. A. F. 1. , 15 Prospect .Agent 12,319 Weekly Agent 1215 Interclass Baseball 1115 Spanish Club 1815 hierclass Bas- ketlia.fll1"515 CivicXtSquad 1. Business. Stuconzb Arg. ' 182. REEVES, JoHN, 254 - 521111 st.- Math Certiflcatesg 2 Scholarship Certii iicatesg Class President 1215 Junior Arista5 Math Club 1415 Senior Aristag G. O. S. B., 1415 M.T.H.S.5 Prospect Committee. TVIIU Girls Patronize The G. O. S. B. 1 1 183. REID, OLIViE,1i397 Sterling Pl.- Entered1fromf'G. C. H. S KSept., 1928. P1'ospectf..Staff, 15,615 G. Agent 1515 J' B J Rep. 1615 Picture Co1nm.-Flat- ' si Training Schdol. There' Is No T'rc1i11i11g In Flutbuslzl 184. RIVOIRE, JOHN A., 247 - 61 St. Why So Modest? T 79 1 K gl 1 ' A V 5 . 1 4? Ik ' 4'-'iw f M '79' K ISO! 2 Q 1 A ' ff 9 ff' 67 f m Xb ' D il X -,M , W I ... x ww- 1 .- ..- .- YY: , 1 'fiiazfs .J 1 5 - .K "yy ig K9 . .' V Ati 11, I Cal ll ,. 7 san ' 4 li, pl - YM .l. .-.V Mffn. . ' -0 I X 3' 191 1 't'i f' 4 . rl 54 -wt asa ',.' ,Mi ' . S VT S - 1 2 E ,. I A E N R3 1.AS i ' Q . 7 'ifxvs ...... .4 ..-1 .l 15312.25 THE PROSPECT 1 ' T- i l Q7 ' ll! in Q, 1 - P B1 1 if I li 1 ' 39 11 azag' I W9 190 ' Q ,Y 1 me f 1 I91 An , N1 Lgpil Sibg 185. ROMOLA, MAR-Y, 69 Carlton Ave. -Entered from N. H. S. H. Hockey 11, 2,315 Basketball 11,2,351g Baseball 11,215 Swimming 12,315 3 P. S. A. L. Pins. Volley Ball 11,21.-Maxwell Training. Teuclzer 1111111 irc go? 186. ROSE, SAUL, 7018 - 18th Ave.- A.F.F.A. Agent 2 yearsg Interclass Base- ball 131g Interclass Basketball 1413 Track f1,21g Class Secty. 1315 Bank Agent 11 yr.1g lloor Squad 16, 713 G. O. Agent.-C. C. N. Y. Saul. .-1 Mighty 111111. 187. ROSEMAN, ARTHUR-Bio. Club 14, 5, 6, 7, 813 Weekly Agent 13,-115 Roosevelt Club 13.-1,515 llebating 1515 Bio. Squad, 14,5,6,7,81: Interclass Bas- ketball 14,515 Door Guard 15,615 Pros- pect 15,615 Class Night 181: History Club 181.-U. of P. Curly Hair. Dimplfwl Cl11'1'l.'s. 188. ROSEN, PHILIP, 711312 - Third Ave. -Entered from Dewey Junior Highg In- terclass Baseballg Soccer 1-115 Interclass basketball 15,713 Track 12,3,-415 Silver Medal.-St. Lawrence University. ffllllfltlillllil of the Jury. 189. ROSENSTOCK, JEANNETTE, 211' 18th Ave.-Punch Ball 111: Civic Squad Captain 1113 Hockey 11,253,415 Numeral Mod. M., P.S.A.L. Pin, Basketball 11.2, 3,415 Traffic Guard 1315 Class Night Com., Weekly Agent 1413 Walking Club 141: Debating Club, Baseball 1413 His- tory Club 1415 Spanish Club.-Business College. i Roses In Stoclmgjx 190. RAOTAOLO, JOACHIIXI P., 321 Sackett St.-Junior Arista, Senior Arista, Trea- surer: Poster Club 12,21-115 1M.-T.H.S. Mod. 3 M's1g 2 Msg Yice-Pres 1411 sSales Bureau 12,2-3.41: Prospect 122,-11: Art Editor 141: Roosevelt Club 125.413 Beaux Arts 1313 Prospect Committee: Class Committee: 21S-cholarship Certi- ficatesg Interclass Basketball.-National Academy of Art and llesign. Artistic Itlzrizonzrnoiz. 191. ROVVLENSEN, AR.-XYZXIONLi,+,1eI315 Bedford Ave.-Interclass Baseball.. n- terclass Basketball. Football 131' Track 13.41.-Business College. "R11l1.' Rul1."' Ro11'I1'1 1. f . W o c, x11 3 11111 sr. -Inter .1 a' all: Fr shnian 'Rt- .ll'gA Football .3.51g 'ig and 'W?M'ling Cl , res. 12.13.413 -M 1 I C ' 3 Math Certi- ia I afay te. zffzgfvttr, I A111 Conznzg. THE PR 193. RUMORE, CHARLES, 296 Utica Ave.-Weekly Agent 1115 Bank Agent 1213 Interclass Basketball 12,315 Track 12,3,41g Cross-country 1313 Football 141, Social Committee 141.-Yale. Geniality. 194. RUSS, AGNES, 946 - 42nd St.- Champ. Team, P.S.A.L. Ping Civic Squad Captain 1115 Hockey 11,2,3,41g Num- erals, Modified M, P.S.A.L. Pin, Basket- ball 11,2,3,41, Volley Ball 141g Walk- ing Club 1413 Junior Arista, Prospect Committee.-Business College. Let'S Russ, I'm In A Hurry. 195. RUsso, WINCENT 310 East 4th st. In erplass Baseball, 11, 213 Interclass Ba ketball, 11, 215 Math Club, 1215 Foot- ball, 11, 213 Rifle, 1215 Weekly, 1315 Asst. Mgr. Tennis, 1419 M.T.H.S.-Pur- due. f ,f A, , HKS Simply Murrelozzs. 196. ,RYA , ROB RT T., 401 - 19th St. Entered om Dew y Junior High Schoolg 4 Math ertificat , Debating Society, 12, 3, 41g atkailfea , 1415 Spanish Club, 131! Cross y, 1415 Track, 13, 413 Senior Arista.-Business. Does He Know His Math? 197. RYERSON, NORMAN, S20 Presiflent St., Manager G.O.S.B. in Annex Spanish Certificate 111 g Bank 11, 2, 31g-Busi- ness. 5 W'ill R0gv'r's Double. 198. SfNCHEZ,' RAMON, 232 Levington Ave. uhior Aristag Spanish' Clubg Fenc- ing Clubg Honor Guards, 12, 3, 41g Mod. M. M.: 'lntdrilass Baseball, 111, Inter- class Basketb ll, 1219 Class Night Com- mitteeg Math Book Rwm.-Poly Tech. Un Gay Calzftllero. f 199. SANTILLO, MARIO, 448 - 58 St.- Interclass Baseball 111, Class Secretary 121g Latin Club 161g Orchestra 16, 81.- Business. The Strolling Saint. 2 . 200. SARLQQ 'KATHERINE f 1, H Anotlzylhorlest Senior. , , xi J 1 1. O S P E C T 31 , V93 : ' Q V X' V 4 ' 2. ' s , g ' fx 1 ' . .L h vt ,, s 1. f H 1 5 H- I ,Y .. IQQTI -fam, .gnu I 'Q' is .5 f f? I 1 . 1- .1 ..L1,-- .., -gl of . f 'ff'-1 A -gs. gf' 1 . INV ' l F1111 30 ' 5f'f51ia,5 g, 4 A l 6 djs ol ' 9 'V - in 7 mv F lqxww N .93 f 1 V S x J ' t'2B1'i5'ib. A f '05 xfif ff' lu . L, A . W Y THE of ,,. , -f. .. . ,A I ...J 5' T .an , .. Avi D, ,A., Z - 1 ...,l-'V V vlxl - . , flnf fl. l QE ' ir' 'iv 1 ,fr . . il 95 U 3 - L+- - J A may . n A I ' 1 To I - .milf . . wr, V, 1 , 1.07 ., ' 1.0851 , I . g J ' Q .. J' H l . . lfqvfjf ' Anti- A 1 Y llopllgtb h PROSPECT 201. SAUNDERS, CHARLES, 719 - 8th Ave. Interciass Basketball, 11, 3, 51g Champs 111g Bronze Medal. Interclass Baseball 12, 41g Assistant Manager Track 14, 513 M.T.H.S., Manager Cross- Country 1613 Mod. M., Class President 13, 4,515 Soccer and Track 1813 Mod. M. West Point. Join the M11'I"l'lll'N,1A.'Z.CCl' Unifofrnzs. 202. SAYES, FLORENCE, 453 Fourth St. Ticket Agent, 11, 215 Annex Punchballg Junior Arista: Honor Certificateg Ice Skating, 12, 3, 413 Indoor Baseball, 1315 Secretary, History Club, 141.-Aviation School. Uflzuf? Anoflzrr Paruclzzlte-Juu1pcr.? L 203. SCHETTEL, ARTHUR, 397 Flatbush Ave. Service Squadg Gym Clubg Junior Arista.-Efficiency Expert to Harry Lau- der. L1Lllf11"P' Anrl Funnier. 204. SCHLEIIPER, ALFRED, 1059 - 84th St., Track 1111g Interciass Baseball 11, 213 Interclass Basketball 12, 41g Varsity Basketball 1413 Varsity Ice Hockey 13, 415 M. Print Shop 17, 813 M.T.H.S. Headed For Madison Square. 205. SCHULMAN, NORA, 1531 - 41st St. Entered from Montauk Junior High School Sept. 1927: Hockey 13, 4, 515 Swimming 1313 Basketball 13, 419 Honor Guards 161 3 Ice Skating 181 g Glee Clubg Advanced Biology Club 14, 5, 615 Biology Squadg Senior Arista 1819 Cur- rent Events Club 181g Class Sec. 1615 Gown Comm. 1813 Completing course in 3 1-2 years.-N. Y, U. No! No! Nofra. 206. SCOGNAMIGLIO, ARCHINA, 141 Summit St.-Literary Club 11, 213 G. O. Ag'tg Arts and Crafts 111g Hockey 1117 Endball 1115 Glee Club 151g Opera Club 161. Headcrl for the "IVIct." 207. s EBOL, ARTHUR. 154.8 . 5sH?'fst.t, Biol , "Club, 13, 415 Door Guards, 13, 415 History Club, 141g Bank Atgent, 131. 1 . '5' L 1 at Jzcsfxhrztclz. Him Disect Frogs! -I 208. SEWARI1, BILL, 19 Lincoln Place, gnterclass Basketball X1, 315 Interclass aseball 12, 415 Lunchroom 11, 219 Book Aint 131g Honor Guardsqkg 6, 7,- -815 M.T.H.S. Handball 1715 G01 quad 1813 Bank 17, 815 Class Night Committee. Banker Bill. K s. THE PROSPECT 209. S?Nl7g XDELE, Entered from ggrlls' igh chool, Feb. 1928g Girls Base- l, 135, Glee Club, 13, 453 Latin Club, 1353 Vergil Club, 1455 Sth Grade Mem- bership Committeeg Completing Course in 3 1-2 years.-L.I.U. Those Bewitching Wares. 210. SHAOUY, PHILIP, 1021 - 8th St.- Freshman Swimmingg Interclass Basket- ballg Interclass Baseball, Class Pres. 13, 4, 55, Honor Guardsg Prospect Ag't. 14, 5, 6, 75 5 A.F.F.A. 13, 4, 55 5-N.Y.U. Sha.o14.1y5 of Simons. 211. SHAPIRO, ARTHUR, 2133 - 79th St. Track, 12, 3, 45 3 Basketball, 12, 35 5 Inter- class Basketball, 125, Tennis, 12, 3, 459 Ticket Squad, 135 g Debating Club, 12, 35 5 History Club, 145g Math Club, 1359 Box- ing Club, 13, 45.-N.Y.U. A Illan of Di'L'E'7'S1f'I6'1I Tulcnf. 212. SHEARER, LOIS VIOLET, 257 Lin- coln Ave.-Glee Club 18 Terms5g Riding Club 1155 Debating Club 1155 Opera Club 1335: Music Club 125, M.T.H.S. Culture In Mfmzml. 213. SKAAR, GURO, 119 First Place, Brooklyn N. Y.-Hockey 155g Walking Club 175, Biology Club 16, 755 2 Math. Certificatesg 5 Scholarship Letters: Jun- ior Aristag History Club 185.-Y.W.C.A. Secretarial School. What A Sec'rctu'ry Slze'II Make! 214. SMITH, BERTHA-Entered from N. J.H.S. '26. Senior Arista, Graduating in 3 1-2 years-N.Y.U. She'Il stay at N.Y.U. longer. 215. SMITH, DONALD, 423 Cumberland St.,-Entered from N.H. Jr. H.S. Basket- ball 145g Interclass Basketball 1553- N.Y.U. The Nczmc is Smfith. 216. SMITH, MAvN1UEL,, 1420 - 43rd st. Interclass Lgafsketballg -'Interclass Base- ball, Radio Club.--I3.I.U. College of Phar- macyfl--,1 ., One Half of Sniitlz Bros. -J H d f'r I 109 110 S. l , . . , sf I 1Q.,x'QU 1 At fi o .io g F x fi .L Q I i ,j V . ,fi .,.. 5 ' Y. fin ' ai .ff ' 1 I 2150 'T E A A- .V L .I-'qw l Ili - xiii, f I is if , 4? ' . rig ab 34 THE PROSPECT 'ZI7 Q, I . N99 Us Ag ' ' " ' ki 1 sf , 55" if 1 1 A .1 , as 5, 15121515 , ,. ','-Y fcifnn. I , ll ll W ' 'Ll - I 5 f f sv A I 'Fi 5" . G'S5l'FS?bl 217. SNYDER, RICHARDQ1462 E. 15th St.-Track 11, 315 Mod. M., M.T.H.S., Debating Club 13, 4, 515 Prospect Agent 1, 2, 3, 415 Fencing 13, 4, 5, 615 Cheer- leader 1815 Weekly Staif 1815 Agent 15, 6, 7:15 Ice-Hockey 1215 Interclass Basket- ball, Champs 1115 Junior Arista-Ossim ing College or Yale. Go To Either One. I Don' Care. 218. S SN I, 'A ,5 t Ave. 'T' I Ge ub 17, 8 5 D ard. Gzzargl hat Door! 5- 219. STARK, CLARA, 153 Clinton.-Ten- nis 13, 415 Hockey 1215 Endballg Swim- ming 12, 315 Glee Club 11, 2, 415 Literary Club 11, 215 Prospect Staff 12, 3, 415 Dramatic Society 1415 Office Staifg Mrs. Streeter's Staff 13,415 Mod. M's5 M. Another Peggy Wood. 220. STERNER, OSCAR, 378 - 94th St. Poster Club 14, 5, 6, 715 M.T.H.S. 2 Mod. M's5 Sketch Club 16, 71 5 Weekly Staff 16, 715 M.T.H.S. Soccer 181. Made Of Sterrzer Stuff. 221. STONE ALBERT, 319 Lincoln Place, Entered from Delta Collegiate Institute, Hamilton, Ont., in 5th Term. Print Shop 3, 415 M, Ice Hockey 13, 415 2 M's Fenc- ing Club 13, 415 Roosevelt Club141.- Dartmouth College. Stone For The Green. 222. SWANSON, ROBERT, 1339 Prospect Place.-Interclass Basketball 11, 215 In- terclass Baseball 111 5 Honor Guards 1315 Member of Picture Committee. Sll'llllln'jl Swrlnsoll. 2233. TANAJEWSKA, BLANCHE, 8-6 643 4th Ave. Bklyn. Mandolin Club 1115 Civic Squad Capt. 1115 Punchball 1115 Basketball 1315 Indoor Baseball 13, 415 Mod. "M" "P.S.A.L." Champs. Swim- ming 141 5 Class Sect. 14, 515 Class Night Comm.-Cornell. Grace Personified. 224. TANNELLO, PETER, 561 - 80th St. Entered from Dewey Jr. H. S. Sept. 1926. Track 1115 Inter. Basketball 1115 Honor Guards 1415 Scholarship Certificates.- N.Y.U. On To Illornirzgsidef THE PR 225. TEDESCO, SALVATORE, 250 Ninth St. Orchestra, 13, 413 Track, 131. If Silence Is Golden, He's Storing Gold. 226. TEIJEIRO, ROSALIE, 6 Sherman St., Entered from Girls Commercial H. S. Pin Committee of 8th Grade.-Syracuse U. Goo-Goo Eyes!!! lla . 227. TRAMONTANO, JOSEPH, 8 HI. 472 Carroll St., Bklyn., N. Y.-Soccer 141, Numeralsg Honor Guards 11, 2, 3, 4, 51, Current Events Club 17, 81 3 History Club 181.-Cooper Union. O S P E C T ... . .. ..-V. N 1 9, 7.15 . 216 9: 1 1 Ti ,, ..,- ll -"' I ' 4 1 ' '.'1 :': i f ,f if . 1 ry- 5. ., 1175 v . Q , 'S 3 When A Covwerstition A Mon- ologue. ff' ,g - ,. ff-.-A W, A :mt 8. ICH R, , 1240 - 36th St. i 0 G1 1 ered from Dewey Junior High Schoolg 1 Q 1 A X 1 ff A ' Math Book Room, 1415 Track, 1213 Box- " f Y U ing Team, 13, 41, French Club, 141, 1 U ,HX ,' Track Medal. xy llllziclz Is His First Name? i,f' 7 V 1 1 .1 'f"' i 229. TROPIANSKY, FANN-Y, 489 Sixth A Ave.-German Club, 12, 3, 415 Glee Club, " 11,2,31g Prospect Staff, Girl Scribes, 12, nf U 31 3, 41. ' A Goocl Student And A Lovely Girl. W' 230. TUCCI, MILDRED, 309 - 20th St.- Traffic Squad, 1415 Hockey, 1413 Walk- ing Club, 1415 French Club, 12, 415 Ger- man Club, 141g Baseball, 141. Why Walk When A Nickel Gets You There? l U., . 1, 231., TURNER, JEROMEQ XAVIER, 146 hEast 26th St.-Boy Scri es, 13, 41, In- teltlass Baseball, 111g Interclass Basket.- balIZ,54.121g 'Sales uftgatigvlli-1"?Nl'T1'f'rior Arist " x1A.r1st , Chai man, 8th Grade Pros c ommittee.-I.C.S. A Little Bit Of Ererytlzivzg. 232. WALKER, JAMES, 272 Windsor Pl., Entered from Dewey Jr. H. S. Door Guard 171, Bank Agent 121. Who Can Say No? ,Z no - 1 I ' 5,-j.,' Ml 1355555211 1.3! 'L 31. . Anihgtibh Lopil PROSPECT 36 T H E H., ML., L.. g 1 3 4' .-.L ' - L- L, l lx M 135' V flmtr., V l E 1 I' X J , ' . 7 H Q: i 3 1 A 1. .-1, I L 1 '12 if it L 4 1 'P 15 1 y N ., W !,,' , A m f' . 1 'lil A", 1 S li A 'R A gf 1 dfan. 1--- - . .. .HHH 'm- 131 .1 ' li A V4 1. .. Af. W A' Q .af 1 ,,,,,,S , I. if . ' A .uigllslbs 2333 WANESKI, CHARLES A., 475 - 18 Street, B'klyn, N. Y.-Entered from N. H.Jr.H. February, 1927. French Club 11, 25, Interclass Baseball 115, Weekly Agent 165.-Columbia, University. A Big Bog W'itlz A Bigger Heart. 234. WATSON, WILLIAM, 1279 E. 36th St.,-Junior Arista, Door Guard 175, In- terclass Basketball 11, 25 , Gym Club 175. lVuts0n.' The Needle! I 235. WEIST,'MARTH.A, 256 Seventh Ave. Entered from 'Evander Childs High School, Bank, 12, 3, 45, M.T.H.S., Mod. ,M., Club, 12, 45, Junior Arista, Glee Club, 12, 35, German Club, 12, 3, 45, Treas. allfl Vice-Pres., Tennis 12, 45, Completing Course in 1-2 years.-Miss Dunbar's School. Sweet, S1lPl1!l6,A'7l1l Girlisll, And Hozv.: 236. WELLIKOFF, FRANCES, 155 - 19th St.-Endball Champ Team 115, Literary Club 11, 25, Glee Club 115, Basketball 115, Hockey 12, 35 9 Spanish Club 12, 35, Walking Club 145, German Club 13, 45. N.Y.U. lflflzell Frances Dances ll"iflz Me Hully Gee. 237. WESTBERBERG, ANNA, 429 A-Sth St. ntered from Girls' Commercial H. S., aske 45, Walking Club, Hoc- key .l, , .S.A.L. Pi od. ' ' el' All-Around Medal for ' ' l V Certificate 125' Pro , Officly Staff, S a.-Columbia Univer- sity. A Gem. For Colllnlbiu. 238. WILOCK, DONALD, 1048 - 84th St. Bank 13, 45, Math Dept. 145, Radio Club, 13, 45, Roosevelt Club, 145, Vergil Club, 145, Pres., Junior Arista, Senior Arista, Scholarship Medal, 3 Math Cer- tificates, M.T.H.S., Mod. M., M., Math Medal. Wlzatii Scllolrzl' He QQIITIICCZ out To Be. 239. ,WOLF-E, FEi.1x'Q 8157 - 57th St.,-In- terclass Baskfitballf Baseball, Handball, Tobylnament, ,,Weekly Agent 12, 35.- Cooper Union. RoI1bie"s Sllccessor. 240. WOLFF, FLORENCE, 623 Dahill Road.-Bossom IV lonla, Bronze Medal for Design, Algefirpa- 115, 2 Math. Cer- tificates, 13, 55, 2 Certificates 53, 45, Gold ,iCl1Ol31'SllliE7 Medal alld 2 Jewels, Glee Ggb 12, 3, 45, 4 M.T.H.S.'s, Modi- fieddVLs, Major M, Roosevelt Club, Ver- gil Club, Secretary 145, Traific Squad 13, 45, Senior Pill Committee, Senior Arista.-H.unter College. Quietly Doing Her Work. THE PROSPECT X 4 241. ZALINGER, MILDRED, 1632 - 45th St.-'Entered from Montauk Jr? H. S. a'H.'1E92.77 Basketball 11, 2, 3, 4, 6, 753 Hock y 13, 453 Swimming 12, 3, 453 Vol- Keenan's Staff 15, 6, 753 Prospect Agent ' 1353 M5.T.H.S. Spanish Club 145.-Co- lumbia. Charnzhzg. Eh Wo!! ' 'i ,Q X . , 5: ley Ball 11, 2, 353 Pin Committee. Mr. 1 "' 5 5 . Y 1.4! xv' -Lg l l 242. ZBAR, MIRIAM, 349 - 16th St.-Lit- erary Clubg Glee Club3 Endballg Bank Agentg Volley Ball3 Punchball 1153 Champ Teamg P.S.A.L. Pin: Basketball 1l,2,3,45 3 Hockey 11,253-15 3 Biology Club 13, 453 Biology Squad 13, 45 3 Week- " ' ly Agent 12, 3, 45 3 12 Service Carcls3 8th i ' Grade Gown Com., Junior Arista-U. of H " George Washington. Thafs A Good Univ. Too! '3 . . V : Q ' Yi 3 s 5 3 l 1.41 l 3 l . X I 143 Y 1 . 3 5 7.45 1 Y 1 L ,4- 3' Q, l K J l X! I l 243. ZILLIOX, EVELYN, 303 State St.- Endball 11, 253 Literary Club 11, 253 Glee Club 115 3 'Hockey 1353 Manual HY" Club 11, 2, 3, 453 Swimming 11, 2, 353 Secretary 16, 7, 853 Teacher Lunchroom 12, 3, 453 Service Cards 1553 A.F.F.A. Agent 12, 3, 45.-Hunter College. ' Vwaczozls Evelyn. , . I 244. ZIPSER, RUTH, 149 - 7th PLV6.-El? tered- from C.C.H.S. 19293 Att. 8: Dis. Comm. 17, 853 M,T.fH.S. Sec'y Treas. Mae joy M. Prospect Comm.-N.Y.U. ' 3355 1 by 4 1 ,Q '7 'im 1611 f', 611.1 . U, Goxwest, Toodlex, Go West! ..- sr on 1 gffarilv' Ebel 'Sqn Q.. 5 wi I M 5 x f' Q Q 38 Most Most THE PROSPECT Senior Celebrities popular girl ...,.. Best all-round boy ...,.,. Best all-round girl ....... Hanclsotnest senior ..,.... Prettiest senior ........... Most active senior .,,..... Laziest senior ....,.,.,..,..,.... Most bashful senior ...,..... Nerviest senior .,.,,,.......... Most Most modest senior ....... pretentious senior ...... Most nonchalant senior ,........ Most dignified senior .......... Sweetest senior ......,.,......, Most genial senior ...,.,,.. Most eccentric senior 4.... Steadiest Senior ......,,...... Class artists .......,.......,,.. Class athlete ...i.i,..., Class baby ........,,. . Class devil .,.,.,....,,..,..,....,., Class encyclopedist ...,....... Class Beau Brummel ..,.,...., Class flirt .,........................i...,.. Class grind ...,..... Class Class Class Class Typic Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Class Hermit ,..,...,... pet .i,,,,... orator ........ reveler ,,.......... al senior ....... ...........,...Alife Deatr B111 lY'illianz.r Rore Lzan .. ........ George Fieken Cmnille Nelron fare Ralolo jack fnrlire fini Mrzber fini rllarlir jim MfzvNanzee Slella Kielron Bob illrzlarkey fobn Birgel Marge Halrorren Fred Rath . . . .................., foe Denton rllnrgrzrel Kellanz Anlbony Lopilato-facie Rololo . ..,,....,.,.....,..4.,,,.....,... fobnny Fearon s---sseqsv--4 Comedy of Errors athlete .,.,.... ,,....,.......e........,.,.........,.................... ..................,.,.,......,.................,........,..,, baby .......,..,. big shot .,.,,... cutie .,...,..... grind ...,......,.,.. gtouch ..............,............ Hermit .................,..,.,i.....,.,.. Inferiority Complex Norman Fedde Bob Gallagher Ed Przxron Al. Anmri Id.: DeViz'0 Donald llullcox llvrzlly Lzzrier Ruthie Garden jnljnr Lery Bill Hegrzrty llneb Drzbl Louis Grzllo fini rllrzber Ben Garden Lon Rnggiero Tell Holuuy Bob Gallagher Ed. Sfl.7l1fJ Bur ll"'illiamr AIJCS CELEBRITIES -S DLLKTS ' MOSY gnsusvn. Jun REQ DALU. U' f-5 nanny-A Mus I' !U..iNIf?ll. 'out DEN-:uv-A . Qosi LIAN Q-vfu.uo.r13 LDGIEST QQ 0 JOHN .gusnge-' ,xi I I I s E! I Q 72 1 I x s 7 I Z -4 ,L -. -3 'Nu I i 2 9 - I -I - -, A S -L 2 5 'X 3 4 E 9 A1 r- .1 ...v C. 3 -9 v : L - E : P 2 5 -1 ... I. 5 -,. ,- Z L ..- ... .v If -. ,- : Q Nd' 1- -4 .4 'F' ,- D 5 2 1 3 E Al uri A m :E L -1 S .. t.. 3.3 rs IP ... C .T- N- I T' an ff. A: ,- .C -f an .: :Z .f E 50 5 E 27 I '1 E- O ..- all 72 I 4 5 :L I5 U N .E Li 5. 7 3 P S- A w.. L 'F' so .E if : E E I L4 .a .LC ': -J T5 vp .. .- .-4 -1 Z .- 1? .. .L : U 5-4 3 .: no Acc -'ES ,-F5'1 ..- Ill E? ar:-'J BC.. 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'E F39 wi - Q2 an .E .C 4-7 33' Zi: 212 C .2 .gig 4-7 IIJUI 791.25 22 -Ti ef, C 72, DS E: CII -E .221 F2 B.- 53 5, 5 5 T1-IEPROSPECT 41 1 1 "'1 v'11' .... . . . . 1 t'r""'r - i 1 . 1 i 1 1 EZZIEUXIJ t':1::::::::::::.':1:'.""""j..-.. :::::"""""""'. M... ,......':U'.f:::::::::1'1j my 1 1 1 1 E X T f 5 SlEN1UlR C ' E B13 1YJfJ1iOTHY KKK ig 2 151 A7 Freshmtin. Sophs and juniors Vile will to you L1 thest, It overflows with treasures rith And .ill are of the best. To you we leave the honor Of serving in 156. Also of inventing exeuses When you tire in at hx. We will you something precious. The glorious Mtinual Bank. And when you gmduate were sure The beniors you will thank. Two vxictincies .ire yours to fill Vile hope youll do it too. We h.ite to. but we'll hive to take Rose Lian and Eel Sthuh. Those very glorious football days Are yours to have .intl hold. mt!! 0 ' 1 X x 1 , f-g-yy ,. A 1 f 17? Q1 Jw' Ju WA F f I Q int- of . ' ,4 1 M if I if s .- 'I gn Q45 'H ni? 1 o MANXVOQLD -'M 13 succee.-o promotes: -V , -W--W-ff---Y,M H --MM fvwvf, w.!-..e.,Z,,,,..,..F.,,,.- ....,...,,..,.,,, , ..,,. w.-e,.,-,.-, ,,,,, ., ,,,,,,v,,,, ,,w,,,,vWw,W,,v,,,m,avp - A ...VA.AA .... .,A. .........,...,. ..i,. ,,,, . ,..,...,,,,.,,-,..,,,,.,,h,MM, LY! but we will ttilge Along with Us borne wgtrriors. lug ,intl ldoltl. Some dity you must enelure liao. So we leave you 310 lfor 4 girl does t1.inge upon ,i roof - You ll enjoy un .trtistie stent. Two nohle treasures in our thest Vile give to you to hold. Messers INICNJTITJFJ und O1-e4ry they are, Vilho will stay in the foltl. The Prospeet. Vileelily. t1ne1 G,U,S.1j. XY'e legve with rn.1ny ut png But we Are ,going to t.il:e from you Some rnernhers from eath ying. Kitlthe Day and the Teri Dtinpe Hou may tulle 11 you will. XVe hope you litive as good .1 time!- ,-Xntl just gts many ,1 thrill. i 1,1715 . ' kst- filg 129' 1 1 En R 4 i f , 4 1 e 11 1 ,- 2 lr E5 os- JANQ1fl55o' T mf equate, suv eouno ,I T ,E , 42 T HE PROSPECT , " DI CRI LS t 'l . if . Q f ' Q 1 'Ti' . , ' -al ff, i mu l aff. V 7 umfluillillliwi 1 if ,, I g I s Irgliillilllillj .nj Ev .ILYN i i Q fx X .2-7 is the night of graduation. The You graduates are about to enter the Commencement EXHUSCS are going business world or continue with your edu- on. Every few moments a round of ap- plause fills the hall, crowded with admir- ing parents and friends. You Seniors. in your gowns, sit in front of the auditorium very proud and a little boastful. You know that you shouldn't feel that way, but we must forgive you if you feel just a little boastful today. When you first commenced your course Of study four years ago there were more of you than at present. You all started out hopefully and happily together. But many have fallen by the waysidep for some the course was too difficult to con- tinue. and before the last year of this course was reached. many dropped out. believing that the business world had more in store for them. Others, unfortunately, Could not continue because of circumstances which were beyond their control. You however, are the remnant, which have overcome all obstacles and hardships. pass- ed successfully your examinations and at last are ready to receive your sheepsl-zins. You are the fortunate ones! No doubt you feel imbued with a new spirit. What this course has done for you, cannot yet be realized, for after all how can one realize what he has derived from a certain study until the time comes for him to apply the knowledge derived from that study to a practical pursuit? cation. Those of you who are going into the "College of Hard-knocks" have a lot to face before success can be yours, for this world of ours is, as Shakespeare said. . . not your friend , . For every- thing we earn in this world, we must work for and work hard. But the reward of a thing well done is success. and suc- cess comes to all who work for it. Now you Seniors who are continuing your education. Most of you are leaving the city for an out-of-town College. No doubt you all have heard of the good times had by college students, but how many of you have heard of the failures of these same students? . , . failures brought on by the lack of study and the desire for a good time. Remember, in addition. that every gradu- ate of Manual has .111 obligation to his Alma Mater , . . the duty to carry on . . . to make the name of Manual to shine more brightly . . . to bring to Manual more honor and more fame. Class of -Ianuary 1050. the first of the new decade . . . we salute you. May the paths, all of you take. be paths of pleas- antness. paths leading to happiness, to hon- or and to prosperity. Vale! Leon. Elfei'm.zn THEPROSPECT 43 0 Interviews MR. O'I.EARY room. I have a lot of fun with them 'QHE announcements that we were to interview Mr. O'Leary left us in a state of consternation as we had never conducted an interview in our life. A few days later armed with notebook and sharp pencil we set forth in search of Mr. O'I.eary. He proved to be quite difficult to locate. At last we found him and, although, at first he protested, we finally persuaded him to answer a few question- in the Prospect Room. We fumbled for the sharpened pencil while our mind groped for the first question. After swal- lowing several times we managed to burst out with the familiar: "What do you think of the Senior Class this term, Mr. O'Leary?" "Well, of course, there can be only one answer to that. It is the most wonderful class yet graduated." "I suppose it is a lot of work to be Grade Adviser," we murmured. "No, so far I haven't had much to do. The Committees have organized promptly and are doing fine work. There seems to be a lot of executive ability in this class. Of course in january there will be a lot more to do and we shall all have to work very hard," "Do you think you would like to be Grade Adviser for a Senior Class again ?" "Well, I don't know. Yes, I would too. If I did not like it I would not be doing it now. It is very nice to meet the stu- dents in a social way, outside of the class- and both my wife and I enjoy it very much." MR. McNAMARA - NE of the mighty "Gentlemen of the Gym" directed us to the Gym- nasium fioor. "Hey Mac!" he yelled. From one corner came a robust and rosy youth, As he came nearer we dis- covered that it was Mr. McNamara. "Oh Mr. McNamara, weve come to in- terview you," we cooed. "Well, well, you don't say,' grinned Mr. Mc Namara. He looked pleased and excited. "What do you think of the Senior Class?" we demanded. fThat's an old one, but we had forgotten our lines.j "They were fine on Kiddy Day," said he slowly, "Yes, theyre a nice crowd." "just what is your ambition to ac- complish as a teacher?" We were very proud of that question as it really has some sense, you know. Mr. McNamara just laughed and laughed and laughed. "Oh gosh, I don't know," he finally said. "Can you tell us what your ideal stu- dent is like?" He had a thought along that line once before, so he tried very hard to recall it. goes out for athlete, keeps the benefit of attends to all "Why, any fellow who sports makes a first rate eligible, and I suppose for the ladies, I'll have to add, the senior affairs." 1 , 1 fix rf! , 1-' Y -Y, F .,-' ". -'L-'W-. ,"" ,. . ,w. v -4 , ,-.V Av'-.51 -5' 19. ,.'. ,. 1 .,-,I Q ,., v -bfsy-'Af' V :HI K, 61. N ' f' .J -,.- 'ref V E45 .I ,., . VV' . lr. b Y' v A . . . X , n 4 I ,. . W E ' - v .I -I ' 'vw 1 ul. 'inf ' f' , .' 1- l , L N' 5. X , ':,' llvfw x 4 ."' . K-,fl . ' . 1 . ' ' . 'jffx . 'f' w'1'!'f,b. , .V-IA Lp" .' - - ry. . .. . ' .- I! .-5.5-' ' " A . . - -,,1 V . Q., . Q...-"',fg', zu. ill. ,.-i -w-' ,. 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XVhy we even discovered Rose, disguised as a kiddy distributing lolli- pops at a Roosevelt Club kiddie party. and disturbed her into answering the usual questions. It seems however, that either Rose likes the whole world in general or she objects to find out some ourselves, we being interviewed. XVe did things and if we do say it consider ourselves mighty lucky to have been able to get what little we could. The answer to our lirst question was a pout, which covered the generally sunny face of Manual's sweetheart, accompanied with, "But I dont want to be inter- viewed." "Aw please. Rose, won't you tell us what you think of Manual boys?" The answer of course, as you can guess was: "I like them all." With bated breath and inquisitive minds we tried to ask nonchalantly, "What does your ideal boy look like ?" "Well, let me see." said Rose, thought- fully looking into space and holding her dainty little chin between the thumb and index finger of her left hand, "Hes er, he's . . "Yes, yes," we said, our hearts beating S0 loudly we were afraid she would hear and keep from us that secret we longed to know and which all Manual boys are just dying to find out. "Now that I think of it, I havent any ideal boy, I-well what I mean is, I think ones as nice as another." A bit disappointed but still hopeful we OSPECT plied our next question: "And what did you like best at Manual." We were re- warded this time because we got a de- finite answer. "Why I think that Kiddie Party is just the most fun possible." Thus encouraged we asked: "Is there any special place or thing you like most ?" "Er, yes, I.indroth's and coffee milk- shakes, and may I go now ?" Holding tight to her hand and trying to write with the other I said, "just one more question, Rose." "Have you any ambition in life?" "None That is unless you call wanting to be happy an ambition." "BUS" WILLIAMS K, S we knew "Bus" prefect room, we parked ourselves at the door and waited one afternoon. I-Ie was in a big hurry to get to a practice hockey game, preparatory to the Manual-Erasmus game, but he relented and gave us a few minutes time. "What was your biggest moment in Manual?" "I felt happiest the day I was elected captain of the ice hockey team for the third year in succession," Bus answered. XVe happen to know that this is the first time that any boy has been captain of the same team for three successive years. To our query as to what was his favorite sport he declared in no uncertain terms. "Ice Hockey-I could play all day and all night. Why I'd even rather play hockey than come to school." Wfhen we asked him what he thought of Manual teachers, he replied. "I think well of all whom I have metg especially my prefect Miss Ernestine Miller and the coach of the hockey team, Mr. j, j. O'- Leary '." "Bus" was chafing to be off to practice, but managed to tell us before he left THE PR that his greatest ambition is to play pro- fessional hockey for a while after finish- ing college. 1. Pit! STELLA KEILSON SIIKZ7 Eyef. mth hair, Hou' lmlfghty. hon' fair, Slzclv grace rival! indeed eudzne. Bn! if you hate life, Am! derire much Jtrife, 11111 fry JIILI' i12Ierz'ieu' 'ein gf-" ITH much labor we climbed over a solid phalanx of adoring youths and found ourselves in the presence of fair Stella. There was so great a clamor going on that we were not heard until Stella called her retinue to order. When we made known our desires to interview her, a great roar broke from the crowd. It was well that Stella was there for otherwise our life wouldn't have been worth the paper this is written on. Upon making known that she was fond of choco- late Nestle Bars, she caused a concentrated stamped towards the G.O.S.B. Alone for the moment, we slipped into the Prospect Room and locked the door, just as an- other impending disaster appeared on the horizon, in the form of Mr. Keenan. At last we were to perform our task, the gods and the mob willing. Having sworn in the charming young lady of Lina Bas- quette eyes fame Qaccording to Dean Westj we began: "How did you enjoy your stay at Man- ual P" Rapturously, she replied, "It was won- derful . . . but I hope I graduate , . Through the keyhole of the door came an earsplitting roar, "We don't . . The "Thundering Herd" was back, every mem- ber of it clasping a Nestle Bar in each hand. We jumped up aghast, but the demure OSPECT 45 Stella remained sitting, not at all disturbed. Gaining courage from this, we continued, "What was your greatest thrill in Man- ual ?" Quite naturally the response was, "The day I was elected to the Girls' Executive Committee." At this sally, a great roar of dissent went up from the chorus in the hall. Not deigning to notice such ungentlea manly interruptions, we continued and learned that Stella intends to earn her B,A. degree at the University of Wiscon- sin. To our question as to what she liked best in Manual, she replied, "I am very partial to football players."-well, Mike Beckman was a pigskin toter, so that reply was clear. But once more the hordes without cried, "So was Binachi, Powell, Fearon, Oberlies, etc., etc. . . That was too much, it was the last straw. We sprang from our chair, trem- bling-with rage . . . and dashed to the only window in the room and then hot footed it to the nearest place of safety- Room 136. foreplv Calm JAMES MAHER had been trying to locate this tiny blushing senior for two days and we hnally located him as he was dashing to his next class. We stepped up to him and gently stated that we were assigned to inter- view him, He promised to do the best he could. "What was your most embarrassing mo- ment while in Manual?" we asked. "Why-er-uh!" stuttered Red, "I think this is." This being our first question, and fear- ing that he would escape before we finish- ed, we rushed on with, "What was your biggest thrill?" -16 THE PR "I have had two outstanding ones," responded Red, brightening up "the G.O. Elections, and the Manual-Erasmus Game." He didnt fool us though, did he Oscar? Wfe knew this was coming. "Now," we told "Tiny," "comes a sub- ject we are very anxious to hear you speak on. XVhat do you think of the Manual girls?" "I don't know, not being very well ver- sed on the subject U1 but I think they are very nice." "Now," we asked, "what is your in- spiration. your dream-girl?" "XY'ell," answered the bashful boy, "she would have to be tall,' fof course we understood thisj, "blond or brunnette, and she must have a personality." At this moment the late bell rang and little Red blushing three shades deeper than usual. "big moment" in the history of our "Alma Mater." MARGARET HALVORSEN werent the least bit scared as we off we scurried leaving Thus passes another approached Miss Cotters room to interview our victim. for we remembered the good old days at the annex when Marge and we were young and unsophis- ticated Freshies, and how we climbed up the ladder together to our present status of lofty and dignified Seniors. Even though it was after 1:30. Room 452 was cluttered with Seniors amongst whom was Marge. perched on a desk. XVe informed her that we were there to interview her and there wed stay until wed finished. She demurely pleaded that she wasn't in the mood and tried to escape. but our strange power must have "gotten" her, for she finally resigned herself to her fate. "XY'hy did you come to Manual?" we began. "I-I mean I actually couldn't say." "Perhaps," we suggested, "because it's co- OSPECT ed?" "Perhaps," Marge replied very non- committelly, "Are you glad you came?" "Why', of course I am! just look at all the friends I've made both among the stu- dents and the teachers." Wfe looked ourselves over and went on, "XVhen did you get the biggest thrill in Manual?" hoping that she'd be different and not say when she was elected Eighth grade Secretary. "Well," Marge replied, not disappointing us, "when I passed Economics for the second-third." We didn't know that Eco teachers could thrill people, but then-were still learning things. Our next question was just to throw her off her guard: "XVhat do you think of the long dresses?" "I think they're very conservative, but some of them are rather inappropriate for imformal affairs." Then we sprung It fthe" questionj, "W'ho is your latest 'big moment' ?" "Oh!" Marge exclaimed ignoring the "who," "Hes tall and blond and a divine dancer." Groans from the male element blessed UQ with dark and chestnut locks. "But," con- tinued Marge, "I might learn to care for someone tall, dark, and handsome." The brunette young men took heart again and emitted sighs of relief. "Please," our secretary concluded, "mayn't I go now, I've really told you more than I meant to." XVe reluctantly consented, and this is how the inter- view ended. She said, "Let's always be friends." Elizabeth Bailey ED SCHUH Ed Schuh. having assumed leadership of all that is good in Manual, has attempted to assume a dignified air, also. Of course. it's useless. Under a lurid tie and white shirt lies a heart, virgin in its boyish im- pishness. Nonchalantly seated in the G. O. S. B., between two boxes of Nestles and a wall, THE above a pair of red soxs and beneath a red whoopee hat, one would not suspect him of being it quiet, reserved l1d, Cautiously, we plied him with ques- tions about art, literature, the stotk market and the thirty-live tents he owed ue, fthis has to be done cautiously. otherwise the in, tervievved might take offense and m.irth ohf, leaving the interviewer to his own talents and thenfwhtit ti messij "Ed, vvhieh event in Mtinull give you the biggest thrill?" "You can quote me as saying," sez he, "th.1t l've never been thrilledfh With the .iid of several people, we tor- reeted that blttse outlook on life. "XVell, I guess it was when l made the eighth grade presidency, l got .1 big kiel: UGG! PR OSPECT 447 out of it. And, besides. thtit was the only time l ever got .t big handf' "XVe erin understand th.1t. too." said we. 'ibut just what tomprises the bentu ide.tl or perfect tompgtnion for you? "As .1 rule. l dont lilfie girls er-:eept gt at fevv blondes .ind till brunnettes. but .tn tittribute .issentigil to .ill girls must be what is termed 'br,tin .' ll she li.ts not "br.iins" she might its vvell. so ltir ,is l am ton- eerned be red-headedfw fls that so? J "X5C'ell. '.vh.tt .innbitions or future ide.1s have vouf "l'll just l-:eep going along. remember- ing fully all th.tt fNl.inugil has given me and knowing tlmt l .im bound to return fully loviltv to her." femme Tzfruer 52 ,Mb OPEC The art siudent who was 101410 gigudy still life, XXX 48 THE PROSPECT i t rf ,, 1 uma: nnumnnumumumnmnmumomummmnummmumm ,! ............................................................................................................. I H coiviivitatatieies i A7 ' PICTURE COMMITTEE Under the excellent management of "Web" Dahl the Picture Committee has co-operated with the Prospe:t Committee and obtained successful results. Yvfe are glad to say that everyone has had his picture taken. Thanks are due to "XVeb' Dahl and the committee which consisted of Alberta lrvime, Anna Westerberg, john Birgel, Milton Kaufman, Olive Reid, Robert Swanson, Emile Cocjuet, William Moran. PROSPECT COMMITTEE The Chairman of the Prospect Com- mittee this term was jerome Turner who was ably assisted by Ruth Zipser, Agnes Russ, Ethel johnson Elizabeth Bailey, Wil- liam Colavolpe, Julius Levy, james Marta, Denoies O'Brien, john Reeves, and jack Rotola. The members of this committee must secure and verify the records of the graduates, and cooperate with the Picture Committee in getting the material ready for the PRosPEcT. If you don't like your knocks, Seniors, just try and trace the source. You know it is rather hard to think of "five or twelve" hundred original knocks each one appropriate. The Com- mittee hopes that its efforts to make the Senior issue a success meet with the ap- proval of their fellow graduates. Elizubelh Bailey SOCIAL COMMMITTEE ELL, Seniors, did you have a nice time at the Prom and did you enjoy the Tea Dance and the Kiddie Party? There is, indeed practically no need to ask these questions for the joyful faces of the blushing girls and the happy ex- pressions of their escorts were sufficient evidence that the Prom, held at the spacious Hotel Bossert, was a brilliant success. As for the Kiddie Party with its ar- ray of color, red ties, hair ribbons, bows, unique costumes and babies frolicking about, that, too, proved successful. The Tea Dance, fminus the teaj, held at the Knights of Columbus, needs no re- view. The music was good and the event was enjoyed by all. All this serves only as introduction. "Who,"one asks, "was in charge of these events ?" "Who gave his time and energies to make these senior frolics a success?" Pat Cusack and his committee consisting of: Miss Nelson, Rath, Herz, Rumore, Maher, lNIalarkey, Infante, Massey, Heggarty and Eleanor Link deserve a good deal of con- gratulation and applause for the effort and talent displayed in making the Senior Events so successful. In the name of the Senior Class we ex! tend congratulations and thanks to Pat Cusack and his committee. Irriug Friedultzn CLASS NIGHT COMMITTEE HE last opportunity the Seniors have to get together in a body is Class Nigli. After Class Night most of us shall be separated and we probably won't meet in a group again. Therefore, a great effort is made to make Class Night an event all of us shall remem- THE PR ber after we leave the portals of Manual. A program is being created which will surpass all previous Class Night Programs. The chorus under the illustrious leader- ship of Mrs. O'Leary and Ida DiVivo is coming into shape! Among the talented vocalists are: Vivian Ingrahm, Rose Lian, Chase and Friedman. As for the orchestra it's superb! just to let you know what to expect at class night, let us mention here that Morlis, Sancheg, Miss Gray, Miss In- grahm, Rosenstock, Miss Calvin, Nastasi, Amari and Lucille Lehman are aiding the well known master of mirth, Bob Gal- lagher, in his endeavors to make Class Night the greatest event of our high school career. Stanley jacobowitz deserves great praise for the talent he has displayed in aiding the dancers. Mr. Gallagher wishes us to announce that there are a few more vacancies for Manuals talented. As for the program, most of us have heard imitations of Rudy Vallee, well, we're going to present Al Chase, whom Rudy Vallee is imitating. GOWN AND PIN COMMITTEE T was the night of graduation. The graduates had just received their diplomas. The orchestra was finishing the last strains of the Recessional and all the parents were streaming forth from the as- sembly through all the doors to meet their sons and daughters. "Hello, Mrs. McGillicuddy, didn't those graduates look fine in their gowns as they went upon the platform for their dip- lomas ?" "Yes, Mrs. Ginsberg, and your Rosie looked swell." answered Mrs. McGillicuddy ro her next door neighbor. OSPECT 49 "Oh yes, and so did your Patrick." "Well you see, it was like this. My Pat told me that .1 charming young lady named Stella Kielson was in charge of the Gown Committee and she made a wonderful success of it. She had the gowns on time, all ready for the seniors when they needed them." "Yes, but you must give credit to the other members of the committee who have worked so hard for its success. My Rosie told me that the committee worked almost as hard as Miss Kielson. It consisted of: Evelyn Koblintz, Nettie Jacobs, Viola Aboumarad, Miriam Zbar, Seymour Gru- met, William Dash. The scene slowly shifts to the summer time. A lonely couple are discovered at the shore of one of our nearby lakes. It is early in the summer time when a young mans fancy turns to poetry and other forms of beauty. Overhead the moon was shining in all its glory. The myriad of glittering stars in the sky reflected in the limpid waters of the lake cast a beautiful glow upon the faces of the young couple. For hours they had been standing this way, with hardly a word between them. Suddenly she turned to him, and with a long drawn out sigh she cooed, "Oh Percy, that graduation key you have fits you so well." He turned to her, looked into her eyes and said, "Oh yes, Agnes, but that's be- cause Alice Deats was the chairlady of the Pin Committee of the graduating class of my high school and she worked hard to get these keys prepared for us on time. She was very ably assisted by: Rosalie Teijeiro, Marie Petinto, Mildred Zalinsky, Flor- ence Wolf, james Murphy, John Fearon, James MacNamee, Henry Govertsen. Leon Elterzmzzz -'--f4-1e:-e49---4--- 50 THE PROSPECT W 1- 1 i 1 3 X W xi X 1 C, ,JE Lila? as V' I An honorable tearrdrop bedims this most inferior and unworthy souls very humble and insignificant eye as this lowly and in- capable person begins this most inadequate and unworthy page. QSJJ ,IlZf!1l?1IL'U of ealifziq 100 mzrclv Clmtb Sueyfj O, Translated into English, the above means that we begin this page with a sad heart. Think of all the friends who are leaving us. just think, -.WOT Having been so very lucky as to have escaped punishment for the previous crimes committed in the name of poetry, were giving you another? ,0 O11 L.zt'k.t .wtf L.1a1fefi.' Alack alas, I lack a lass. This lass I lack, alack alas, Makes such a lack, alack, alas, This lass I lack must soon come back Or else, alas, this lass I lack Will lind no lad. .ilack alas, Wlien this lass I lack at last comes back! lol Things welll miss next term: "Toodles." Alice Deat's fur coat and charming smile. "Bus" Willi.iiia's Pepsodent grin. Jerome Turner's wise-cracking stories. Bob Gallaghersrer- nonsense. "Webb" Dahls-er-well, Wfebb Dahl. "Toodles." 'lack Rotolos sketches. Anthony Lopilatos clitto. Fred Rath's black eyes. Rose Lian's black curls. Ed Schuh's "Anvil Sparks" and grin. "Toodles." lo? Clara Stark wants to know who it is who has the job of stuffing lifty big horses into one of those little airplane motors. +01 You know, there are so many artists copying a certain illustrators style that be- fore long therell be Held to pay! QTZv.zf'.f tfeeltvf Gef Zi. 511119, O, Our New Years Resolutions: To stop making faces at .Ianis Ronk in History. To wear the "twice around and once over" tie. Not to give jack XVillis the words to any more songs. To break every darned one of these resolutions I lo, And now, this very unworthy and ignoble personage prays that the twin gods of Success and joy may turn their shining countenances toward our graduates. I am done! THE PROSPE QQ QSE. i i ' if ' llll , 1. Ill "Young m.1n, didnt you think of your future when you embezzled that money?" "Yes, I put it straight in the Stwings Bank." 101- TILIEVS .1 cheerful bit of news from Kansas City, In .1 tight between gangsters two were shot dead but no innocent by- stnntier w.1s hit? ,--O She: I suppose there is some precious G CT 51 -sys xy? ,sy C, mul frf ,ii 1 ' xi: M fff f if bib fn Z .! Z T '1 1 gy L? W ilx X rv 7 of I fc N by NG f si i f I- 1 Aw. relic in th.1t locket you wear, Mabel. Her: Yes, that is .1 lock of my husband s h.1ir, She: But your husband isn't dead? Her: No, but his h.1ir is long since gOflC, ,-.Ou It: W11.1t were the odds on your horse? Them: He started .1t 30 to 1 and came in t1t L1 quarter to eight. oneup no Z 0 0 4,1 MASQJK' f 1 A 51.1-E.-Ocu ol Q QOCLEQ o K M I SCQUXNI sin vue- 66 Vow DNQJ'Yf 5 E Miami TO Ms!- A fi ui T169 OF r-inJ20Le1 N Q 555 NMDGET Mac AJEE New -rur- i. rue SH m H s Hon-EQ MADE FQQ B4 L 3 I 2 IIIllIIHWMU MlllIIlM' rf SCULJH in: 'CDI' AWAY FQOH c C-metres I Si 1-lAr vusxf wfnrqrgg LIKE ,yr L MM IH Q f-o xl KID 1 f Y ' fi 1' Xa , , , -..---M - , k W' r i A 2 v.-' j 2 QW b- A ff xl . Mu U- no .91 l 1 I G V . , I L 1 1 - -- , . f In I ' 1 0 :fl Ili. Eli- ' g . ? f x i ' ' i' Q 5 A ' ' 5 , iii r-i :?, F5 x D 1 i . Q . 1 . .J X Ei' lr1 N -JU TO Loom' l -E gy L .. 1. - 1 1 E Y L c - , 4 ' W 52 THE PROSPECT WwE'x7":'5f::-3 -1 A . Mi. L0 vu is-,vfqy You who depart from the venerable halls of our Alma Mater can look back with satisfaction upon your four years Qmore or lessj spent in a delightful manner. Of course, there are a few things to be looked back upon with disfavor, such as the Re- gents, the time we were caught whistling in Room 156, and the last Manual-Madsion football game. Most Alumni, however, soon forget such disagreeable items, and after some years can only see, through the rose- ate haze of time, the pretty co-eds, the im- mortal ninety-eight yard run of Al Socolow in the Erasmus game ,and Wililo Winnikka scoring the winning touchdown in the Ma- dison game three years ago, Everything else has become a mere jumble of football games, and proms. But what the old Grad never forgets are the halcyon days of Man- ual's great football, lacrosse, and swim- ming teamsg and you can depend on his being back ,cheering and confident, every election day, The football team this year was not equal to the super teams of the past four years, but then it turned out to be just about as good as anyone gave it credit for being. Outside of a rather bad half game with Boys High and a sorry showing against Madison the grid men played like a championship aggregation. Considering the fact that it had but one veteran left from last year, the team's showing was phenomenal. In its two pre-season games it defeated the strong Lawrence High School team 6-O, and played a team sup- posedly out of its class, Pawling Prep to a standstill, In its first P. S. A. L. game the Blue and Gold eleven decisively out- played Alexander Hamilton, a team conce- ded a chance for the Championship, and won, 6-o. Boys Highs powerful and heavy team handed us our first defeat, 15-2, al- though we led 3-U at half time. After this, we proceeded to slaughter all opposition 'till the last game of the season. 'jeffer- son felt our might and succumbed 26-0. Next we had the extreme pleasure of hum- bling Erasmus, our ancient rival, before a huge crowd, to the tune of 26-O. Our team executed a deadly passing attack which swept the Buff and Blue machine fslight- ly out of orderj off its feet. Brooklyn Tech was swamped with a well conceived attack, losing 15-O. Then, in our last game. our championship hopes went glim- mering before a fast, clever and heavy Madison Team which played heady foot- ball and took advantage of all breaks to give us the worst trotincing in six years, .fl-O. Our Hockey team, this year was really something to cheer about ln fact, it was the finest hockey team we have ever had, and it just missed winning the champion- ship. XVe annihilated all our early season opposition, and led the league standing un- til the last two games of the season. Then a fighting jamaica sextet held us to a O-0 C P . score, which meant that we had to defeat THEPROSPECT 53 or tie the league-leading Erasmus team to compete in the championship play-offs. In the most exciting and hotly-contested game of the season, Manual and Erasmus played to a 2-2 tie. In the first game of the play- off, we scored a goal in the last minute of play to break a scoreless deadlock and win, 1-0. The next game was a tame af- fair, and, mainly owing to the fact that our attack was not functioning, Erasmus triumphed, 2-1. The deciding game was close and thrilling, but the score was un- fortunate. Erasmus 3, Manual 1. The swimming team was the victim of real hard luck in finishing its season in a triple tie for second place. It overwhelmed all its opponents, with the exception of Brooklyn Tech and Erasmus. Both these teams defeated us by the close score of 33-29, In the Erasmus meet, we were an- nounced as the winners, but it was dis- covered that our captain had failed to touch at the turn in winning the hundred yard dash, so he was disqualified and the de- cision was reversed. This meant the loss of first place in the league standing. The soccer team started with splendid prospects, but was greatly hampered by in- juries. However, the team was a leading contender for city honors until it was de- feated by the championship Alexander Hamilton team in a tight game. The basketball quintet has, at this time won three games and lost seven, with one game left to play-a rather sorry record. The team is very light, though, and has done well a ainst teams of its own Wei ht. 8 8 It has one satisfaction-that of trouncing Erasmus for the thirteenth time in four- teen years, 46-20. The track season has only just begun, but we seem to have a powerful and well- balanced team, and a successful season may be anticipated. So far the team has tied for second in the Stuyvesant Meet, and through a succession of bad breaks, tied for seventh in the Eastern District Meet. ,lIi1.x'z4'eU Mrzreby. Q1 In WW! an vg! Nu 4 'e3:l'9if'J0'Q, sis? 4 9,4 I I sf 1 , 1 fix rf! , 1-' Y -Y, F .,-' ". -'L-'W-. ,"" ,. . ,w. v -4 , ,-.V Av'-.51 -5' 19. ,.'. ,. 1 .,-,I Q ,., v -bfsy-'Af' V :HI K, 61. N ' f' .J -,.- 'ref V E45 .I ,., . 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Sw ,Q A K-1 '?Vfl?i'n'f+35 I 54 THE PROSPECT ,, ,,,,,, X-RAYS too, but bones and teeth are practically V ' QENTGEN rays are usually known opaque. These properties enable physicians ,", t as x-raysg they were named x-rays to take x-rays photographs of the bony because very little was known about rhe.n at the time of their discovery. In 1895 Prof. Konrad Roentgen, of the University of Wurtzburg, found that a remarkable radiation was given off from the negative electrode, whenever an electric current was passed through a high vacuum in a tube. Now we know that these radiations are similar to ordinary lightg but the wave length of x-rays is about one ten-thousandth of the wave length of light, Although these waves travel with the speed of light, it is the short wave length which gives the extraordinary properties to x-rays. The best way to produce x-rays is to generate them by the "Coolidge tubeg" this is the invention of Dr. W. D. Coolidge of the General Electric Co. The human eye cannot perceive these rays and therefore we must use the photo- graphic plate to record them. Neverthe- less, we may make the presence of x-rays visible to the eye in a rather curious way, there are some substances with long names fbarium platinocyanide and calcium tung- starej which glow with a pale light where- ever they are touched by the raysg this is called fluorescence and can easily be seen. Usually a glass plate is coated with either of these substances, so that Huore- scence will be produced as long as x-rays fall upon it. Wood and paper are quite transparent to x-raysg human flesh is rather transparent structure of the living body. These are really shadow merely shield the action of have been of exact nature locations. picturesg that is, the bones the photographic plate from the rays. Such photographs much aid in ascertaining the of bone fractures and dis- In recent years x-rays have had wide- spread use in industries. Before manu- factured articles are placed upon the mat- ker, shadowgraphs of them are made to determine their internal structure. For in- stance, golf balls are examined by this means to see whether or not the rubber core is properly placed. Other products which are similarly examined are, plywood for airplanes, expensive wood for furni- ture, radio transmission tubes, steel balls for ball bearings, hard rubber products, and even metal castings. We can examine brass objects up to 25 inches in thicknessg steel objects up to 3M inchesg and aluminum may be penetrated to 6 inches. Aside from medical use, the detection of imperfections is the most important ap- plication of Roentgen rays, Wherever hidden flaws in engineering material may endanger human life, an x- ray examination will reveal the defect. In this way a scientific discovery has greatly added to our safety. There rzrficler .zre l'01Ifl'fb1lf?d by Mr. O, R. Iiorfer of the Science Deptzrtnzezzt. I-I-4 TAF SPECT S PRO BASKETBALL TEAM JHT J. I al.- BOXING CLUB X , vm, K :QQ 'T is SM Q. .mf f s-fs ix I -gk, EQ 1 ..,:.v iw fx, . M-Q32 W . .. , , V, , in :TM EA Q XY' JDK 5,39 , ox. x V S'- , X xr , vi:-3 ' Sai 4 N, we X.. As. w x. 9 9 if , o hz sf 3. Q' x Xik Q ,V WEEKLY STAFF E, 1 Aman HGNOR GUARDS E ENGLISH BOUK ROOM STAFI' THE PROSPE "-ml. HOCKEY TEAM by Nt L-3 SWIMMING TEAM THE PROSPECT Auto rmphs lo-.--1-1--,-..i11A1,--..nlH,,,,,,,,,,,1,,1,1,iA1A-U1 , fi 1 N 0 n., - I U 7, 94 A! ' ' 1 , .K v-- :.4, 4 1 , l If '!,"Lf! LA V44 I, X ,X 11 . mf 1 f f V a- Ll fffff if ., - . 'sv K A X J J i-Zfv' If ' 'J NA ,xl J L.Ly4i 4 ' Yufr L I QI,-fxj' , p,v1fJff"'f nllhfnkpo ' I , in ff A ' 1:11 2 10131nz z:::1:1:1:::::1::::1::11:::: ' f THEPROSPECT 61 1 v E------.,, 1 1 -ir-..1..,--....--,.-..-,,-.,-f,.-1,1,.-,.-.---f- .Qin AMIUQTUPMS2 1:111-11:i:l:l:Lri-zl:is-1:11-1:111sl:.tclf-l:irl:::c1':1l:14-:lmrqz .YD , G U r ' II mmf ' 1 V-fm ,f '- II ' x U lfvlrn 2 U U U f U , II 7 ,Q ' , H Cfvufvxgc, I AV, -,sf9"f-K... x U A , , 1 H q'2d6Z 41741 - ' fW - - M5 Q ' ll C e n a n II ., , !! II X 1 fl R II ,, N S !! II . II ' ii , ff L V , I u v 'T 1 , . L 0 ll ., , U ll 4 :1:li1131:1:l:l:l:l:l:i..l::l:nQcl::lrl:l:i:l:l:l:l:i5111: 62 THE PROSPECT a k A Message To The Graduates ! By WILLIAM THORN SIMPSON Former Stine Senator 12115 AIJ6l7If7fJ' Dirtrirt .. ....... , ..... " ANY or You undoubtedly believed or Il thought that on reaching the mile- stone of your public school days, your most important task had been accomplished. You then awoke to the fact that the work done was but a beginningg and tonight, as you matriculate from the high school, after what some of you consider a difficult and arduous labor, you again breathe freely and with a sigh may again have the thought that the end of it indeed crowns the work. But now the path of life, of work and service looms up before you, as a trail in an unchartered country. From this point, many of your lives are permanently separated. As was very well said by a former British Ambassador to our country on a similar occasion as this, "of the many landmarks, the graduation stone is in many cases the most memorable, for just beyond it comes the point at which all must leave the highway they have trodden with the carefree crowd of their contemporaries to pass into the jungle of life and cut their own trail. For most the brush is thick and thorny, the ground rough and rocky." Some go in for business pursuits. Others seeking further growth intellectually and having the impulse to continue study, either for a pro- fession, the arts or sciences, find indeed that they have but began .ind all that has gone before is but the foundation for larger ac- complishments. Whether it be business or higher educa- tion to which your hearts and minds are directed, makes no difference in so far as your real worth is concerned. It is not what you acquire, either of money, estate or ed- ucation that marks your true value to your day and generation, but what you give. You of the younger generation in America, have been bequeathed a wonderful inheritance. Will you develop and add to this, or like a parasite, live upon it until it is destroyed by an inert and sloughful "don't care" ca- reer? Our day and time is calling for useful citizens, leaders in business, in science, in art in literature, pedagogy and in all human en- deavors. None can afford to shrink within himself or herself and live as an intellectual hermit. The great world war brought many changes in the present day mode of liv- ing, in business methods and even our habits and estimates of charity. You, who are about to leave this high school, have great opportunities as well as responsibilities of serving your fellow men, your com- munities and country. Your activities and endeavors must not be limited to acquir- ing wealth and happiness for yourselves. Think in terms of giving as well as get- ting and then, as you rake your places in the busy every-day work-a-day world in whatever capacity it may be your fortune to engage, you will have the inspiration for still finer and nobler work. By so doing, you will command the respect of your fellow citizens. But, best of all, you will have that keen satisfaction of having done something worthwhile for your day and generation, something which will be added to your inheritance to pass on to posterity. And if my wishes can benefit you, I wish you health and strength to serve, and happiness in serving this country of your allegience, and incidentally mankind in general. THE PROS -- .- -- --.AA..,..-.A-.-:.-:.1:.::C:.,.-..g. o s.o,1.,1.1.1., 1 1 H 27th YEAR l Day 3 QCLI : I ll 0,0 i tr i' A l U CH o 3 Evening U For See1'eta1'ies ! I II 2 n 1297-1307 FULTON ST. ! At Nostrand Aye. Brooklyn, N. Y. U ALL CoMMERti1AL SLB-1Et1Ts TALKQHT l . - . : 5 RE4gI,ff6l' Axllll' Iwi' FL'!Il'!l.1l'41 Term I U POSITIONS SECURED i 3 Ask ANY GRADUATE i i Q g.,-U:s:..:.,:..:J:12072-.-2.:..:.,:...-1... Some day Stronghearr, dead and gone, Gnawing at a heavenly bone, Will hear wurfing at the gate, And his ears will stand up straight. "Hey! hell snap, "Go let him in! Barks to me like Rin-Tin'Tin. Ah there, Rinty. How and where Are those human saps down there?" fReferri11g to Ike detzllv of live fdlllvflf Jrreeu Jog. Stroz1glve.1rt.j iioi.. While on the subject of movies: How droll the early movie days, When prize light films were duller! Now grunts are shot in Movietone . . . Black eyes in Technicolor! . l0T Somehow the talkies have made us wish that all would be quiet on the Western front, PE Om' Bmflqe Table Upon ir rests the highballs. but We fear the rugs in perilg Our tables a comeelian With legs like Leon Errol. ?OT He: So longf l've got to cover a n der mystery, She: Ahl So you're .1 reporter. He: Nope. I'm .1 book binder, A W4- iy 5 N-X '39 S Q V, ff X ! X 5 ,f A , W ,f a VV inte 1' weather clothing RCGERS PEET Co. New York'4Boston fg,x,x,fsfg1s.. C T 65 1ur THE PROSPECT 1 g?00 0000 0000000000000 O O 8 - 9 MISS Dunbar S School SECRETARlAL TRAINING FOR GIRLS 2 HIGH Scnoor GRADUATES 2 Thorough instruction is given in Stenography, Type- ? writing, Accounting, Correspondence and Commercial Law, 8 Filing, Banking, and Qffice Practice. 8 Applicants are now being registered for February I en- trance-a limited number only. There are no vacancies at present. 8 Prospectus may be consulted in your Library, 3 5, l86 ,loralemon Street 0 I-Lzlf block fffllll .lllnziuiptzl Building fi! Sllbllhl-1' Sfizfjfm W OOOOOO 11-:m11i-1011-111101111111-H1 1 1 'L-A+? oEoi1-1 11-1n1o1n1n1u1i-14-11-1 101 .Tel. south 1274 TRAINING a G L I N D R 0 T H 9 q Training makes for effective work. L Training aids in earning money. EXCLUSIVE C'0NFECT10NS Training brings advancement. II ll 230 SEVENTH AVENUE : : B , S , u u ENRoLL Now ROORLXN. N. X. U H H U :HI I It-Um-'Ei-tim 2 E :S+ Q LAMB'S BUSINESS 1u1u1u1o1n1o1 1 1 1 1 1 1-11014 U Phone Soufh vw Q TRAINING SCHOOL v Lamb Building, 370 Ninth Si. T. KRISTENSEN Q Q Brooklyn, N, Y, CONFECTIONER H I H lg It.-XY SCHOOL, 9-2:30 Light Lunch and Sandwiches Served Ewuing SQ-11001 Monday and S : Thursday, 'T-10 254 SEVENTH AVENUE Cm.. 5,13 5,1 BROOKLYN' N. Y. Tvlrplzmzti: SOUTH 41126 U U-M -- --AFA- 1-1-11101-n1n.1-i1-I-1n1-v1o1iq:n1:i1u:. ,.4s1.f..--o1n1- 10-4-.-u1n1n1ii.-n-.-i.11,1:i1 64 T HE PROS PECT ,-n the get xxSe1ling sho.-r" The high pressure salesman was going to commit suicide. He was poised on the rail of the Brooklyn Bridge when a cop rim up and grabbed him. "Say you," shouted the cop. "you guys Img gm to stop jumping into the water off here!" The salesman talked minutes and then they to the cop for tive both jumped inf i.O A tramp has been who rides trom door found in Flatbush to door in a Ford and collects tood. Time was when tramps carried tin cans. Now they ride in them! i.0,, A Prof. was picking up pieces of rock N from his desk and naming them For ina stance, he remarked: "Now, this is a piece of sandstone, Now this is a piece of quartz, etc." He happened to turn his back for a moment and one of the students slipped 11 half of a broken brick onto the desk among the specimens. The teacher went on naming the pieces of stone and when he reached the brick he gazed sadly at it and then remarked: "And this, my dear young sirs, is a piece of impudenceln 1 N lil :W is i li EFI wr! Ii U life fltfrr i ,iff if-ist - I f I-ii 5: Elil fl I' aF?:f' M ,- w 5 . iiiiiifliliiifii fi c' 1 - ,i , FOREMOST IN COM- MERCIAL EDUCATION FOR OVER 40 YEARS STENOCRAPHY BOOKKEEPING SECRETARIAL C O U R S E S Heffley graduates are always in demand for high salaried positions throughout the business world. Brooklyn's Largest and Greatest Commercial School DAY AND EVENING SESSIONS 4' Incorporated and Registered by the Board of Regents HEFFLEY SCHOOL Occupics the entire ninth floor of WILLIAMSBURC- SAVINGS BANK Bl .DG. HANsoN Pi.. at F1.ATBusH AVE. Cpp. L.I.R.R. Atlantic Ave. Sta. Phone Sterling 52l0 Brooklyn I I THEPROSPECT 6 -1--....--1v1.1.1.1.1..1.1,1.,1.,1,,1,,-,, ,4 U V C- 1 -i,:-'-0 W C O L L E G I A T E SECRETARIAL INSTITUTE Individual Training for Business Service in a Business Environment. DAY and EVENING QYO Registered by the Board of Regents GRD Personal application necessary. No solicitors employed. Positions Secured. 'Lib Address S. E. BROWN, Principal 41 East 42nd Street :: New York City MURray Hill 7510 .ZX 0--..J-4.--7..-.1--..-..-U1--..---------. -Jioieiciciagoiclzi: 66 THE PROSPECT FOR HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES P L C I F E R BUSINESS SCHOOL Founded in Bay Ridge 1900 THE SCHOOL WITH THE BEST BUSINESS TRAINING AND POSITIONS INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION f N n 'X 1 .-'IEEE-5 , -'H ' ge A -S Shorthand L ,.,., ,. gf? - - T ' l ' , . Typewrltlllg .Ji D 1 , A A n - 1- , 5 Accountmg - -w-S- - 4. Comptometry DAY and EVENING CLASSES OPEN ALL YEAR POSITIONS GUARANTEED 5105 - 5111 FIFTH AVENUE BROOKLYN, N. Y. 'Phone, SUNset 1886 ni-lll TI-IEPROSPECT 6 For High School Graduates The Girls' Central School for Secretaries 38th Year training leads to Secretarial Skill graduates are Always in Demand teachers .ire Qualified methods and equrpment are Modern Resources include light, airy class rooms in L1 fireproof building, .1 library, employment bureau, cafeteria, roof recreation, swim- ming pool, etc. Day and Evening Courses-Admission Any Time Ask for Catalogue V-Spend it Day at the School 30 THIRD AVENUE, Brooklyn, N. Y. Two BZIJLUEI fmm Long Iffrzzzd R. R,fAll1z1zfir tzmf P.1r1jir Sfzbzznry S!.zfjfn1,r Telephone TRI:1ngle 1190 ln Keeping With tl1e Sound Principles of Banking THE Corn Exchange Bank Trust Co. stands for safe and conservative management of its depositors' fundsg by this is meant that those funds will be invested only in the securi- ties of, or loaned to, conservative and well-established con- cerns, ancl for promoting legitimate business, and will not be loaned in speculative enterprises, even though this could be done at greater profit to us. CORN EXCHANGE BANK TRUST CO. ESTABLISHED 1853 68 Cazzrezzielzlly I.m',zleJ Brazzrlvef to Serre You 68 T HE PROSPECT FORIHGHSCHOOLGRADUATES NO ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS Each Student has individual attention .',, 7 '- cxkfs--,X -,ofa wif' 'fi 'Af mm ,PN 'Fr i - UBB wi-v .1-'flu i I r,. l Rf5Qill7T:N' , ff -'Q L- 'ziiils' ml-N rx 6??W'Ki.l:1 fry , iz,h,s1ii:.,S i g ,i ,Q n gwcl. T ,iiiiim-f fi S ' 'f--f- was 'X .. .ft .IW .il V if -,i 2 P lisa 2? T '3 HW 1 X ,..i . and .1 REAL SCHOOL DAY . . . not A lmlt cliy scasion only BROWNE'S BUSINESS .WISQI , ilxi L in ' . J -73711 ' 'T "3:5f?"'1.1'lE' 5- 'LQ P, 1 N" of LOLLEGE 7 LAFAYETTE AVEN UE fjfllffnvlfn lfh' ,'ll'.Ii1!Lf'f'!-1 Nl .ll!lu'L' Tl'1iL'fVf7Hf!c NIYINS :V-ll 1--ninina1n1iiini01-ii1U14-1.-14-if-1-iii.-:..-ii-1-.. i N fir IS ONLY AS GOOD AS THE IMPRESSION IT MAKES- BOTH, UPON PAPER AND UPON THE READERS MIND We specialize in the Printing 1 A of Technical Subjects. School HIGH SPEED BATTERY and College Books. Daily. Wfcclc- AUATQDMQT ripffffis OF ly and Momlilv Publications. 5ETT'NG MACHINES JOB PRESSES ' lNSUR NG PRO PT , EXEC T O OF RGE REPASLTTO Uwe Prifzf More Hlgln School ohjnosss FCLPR FROM A Pzzblfcatiozzx Tluzz xl-ny Otbei' Pjgfiigs CARD Primer In Grexfer New York BUS N555 To TH ORGANAQIGTIONS FWEST ouia IQEPIRIZSENTAIIYL CALLS PUBIFCAAIEONS PAMPHLET .axyxvuigizig tifox lil.QL'lQSl Eastern Klyrinting Company 14 COOK STREET. BROOKLYN. N. Y. 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