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LAST WILL AND TESTAIVIENT
We, the Senior class of June 1957, having met the enemy and conquered them
fin a four-year battlej, do bequeath to the administration and faculty members,
the following useful weapons as aids in their noble cause to instruct future Senior
To Mr. Baltor, we leave a copy of "l984.'l
To Miss McDonald, we leave Military Police arrn bands.
To Mr. Siegel, we leave 138 and 'LThe Lineup."
To Miss D. White, we leave x -l- y, sin 8a cos and the known fact that Einstein,
too, failed math.
To Miss Crocker, we leave budding Barrymoreis to enlighten future Drama Classes.
To Mrs. Knepper, we leave a lifetime subscription to The Book-of-the-Month Club.
To Mr. Morton, we leave pot-pies.
To Mr. Elroc, we leave a jar of instant "Maxwell House."
To Mrs. Oliphant, we leave 4-Way Cold Tablets, Charles Morreale SL The Ain'cha,
don'cha, gonna club.
To Mr. Valenti, we leave old skit costumes and a megaphone for conducting Stu-
dent Council Meetings.
To Mr. D,Ambrosio, we leave the Cheerleaders. fWhat more could a man ask f0r?j
To Mr. Neumann, we leave Spain, Morocco, Economics and in addition, the Folies
To Mrs. Rothstein, we leave our history notes for her to decipher
To Mr. Kaplan, we leave laughing gas.
To Miss Rabe, we leave the patent on the color blue.
To Mr, Bronitsky, we leave a copy of "Good-Housekeepingf'
To Miss Beardsley, we leave new candles.
To Mr. Cole, we leave a yearls supply of food for his fish.
To Mr. Greenberg, we leave a copy of L'Anyone Can Draw."
To Mr. Laskow, we leave one test tube, a bunsen burner and a gallon of HQS.
To the Gym Teachers, we leave an automatic attendance taker and long playing
records for warm-up exercises.
To Mr. Fishman, we leave an album of '5Oklahoma.',
To Mrs. Shubin, we leave uManual's Musicians?"
To all Grade Advisers, we leave police protection during the first week of school.
To next term,s Prospect Editor, we leave heartaches, headaches, and a hero's medal.
To Dr. Lewin, we leave our sincere thanks for his help in making this book possible.
To the relief of the faculty, the custodians and most particularly, Nathan, the ele-
vator operator---WE LEAVE!
The Prospect Editors
fParties of the first part in behalf of the Senior Classj
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Graduation at last! Can't help feeling sentimental. It's all over now but the
memories. Why it was only yesterday that we were all so excited about becoming
Seniors? How time does fly!
Gee, things certainly did change this term. The school was getting a face-lifting
and we got up early to watch. Even the clanging of the plumbers couldn't keep us
awake during our first period.
Remember all the excitement when we took our graduation pictures? Boy,
was that a day! The photographer sure had his hands full.
Then came orders for Senior jewelry. After spending all that money, we knew
we just had to graduate.
Our Senior play was going to be the best Manual had ever seen. lVe started
to work furiously at writing a play. "OKLAHOMA" was our theme. Rodgers and
Hammerstein would certainly be proud of us.
Senior elections took place and that kept us on pins and needles for a day.
Practically everyone threw his hat into the ring. The results were finally posted
and the school drew a sigh of relief-for a while.
No sooner were we Hnished with those elections, than Senior Celebrities were
in the running. Another uproar took place. We drove poor Mr. Kaplan plumb
After that everything seemed to fly by. Yearbook orders-35.50. Well, they're
putting our names in the front, BUT 8550! fIt's only money.j So much was hap-
pening at once-the Senior Tea, the boat ride, and, of course, the Prom.
I guess the rest is all history. You know, diary, if I had to do it over again,
it would be just as wonderful.
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