Milne School - Bricks and Ivy Yearbook (Albany, NY)

 - Class of 1952

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Albany New York Senior Class Presents 1952 BRICKS and IVY The Milne School 1843 1885 1890 19112 1901 I 907 19119 1913 1914 Wasl1ing+on Avenue Enlrance 1915 of +l'1e Milne School 1919 1921 1922 1929 MILNE HISTORICAL HIGHLIGHTS lfoundvd in 1845, nzxins-d Exp:-riiiim-ritul School, and housvcl in old Depot Building. Known as Normal High School and was housed in Stem' Normal School on VVillt'tt Strcvt. Nornial High School bccaiiim- known as The Model School. Dr. William Jon:-5, Principal. Quintillian and Adi-lphoi Socic-tins organizcd. First grndiizitiriz class of tho High School Department Of Stun' Norinzil Collcgu-. Zctzi Sigma Socictx orgiinilvd. Crimson and Whitt- win horn. First appcarcd as 11 Litvmry inugzizinc. Dr. john Suylcs In-cuiiic Pl'lIll'lp2Il. Mods-l School locun-d'o11 top floor of Draper. Boys' Athlctic .XSSOUIZIIIUII 0lg2l1lIlt'd. First class grziduzitcd from Drzipvr Hall. School namic changvd to "High School Dcpzirtincnt of New York Stan- Clollvgc for 'fc-zich1'rs." Nainr-d tht- Milm- High School in honor of D13 William J. Milnv, who was for ai gl'I14'l'2illOIl Prcsidcnt of thc Collr-gf-. First has:-hall tc-urn was orgainilvd. Student Council inaugurzitcd. School orchs-stra orgzinizcd. Over 270 pupils in Milnt-. Movvd to tht' prcsvnt building from Draper. First class to grziduzitr' from Paqm- Hall. junior High Studi-nt Council orgzinizrd. Girls' .Xthlctic Association In-gun Milne and Page Hall from Weslern Avenue 1932 1934 1935 19136 1938 19159 1940 1944 1945 1946 1948 1950 1951 Nainc changcd to Thc Milnc School. First Parcnts' Night. First mural painting prcscntcd to lihrriry' bv Studcnt Council. First Card Party sponsorcrl luy Motlicrs' Orgnriizution to misc rnoncy for murals for thc lilirury. Alina Mzitcr song writtcn ln' llliristinc .-Xdcs, song con- tcst sponsorcd luv Hi-Y. ,I.l"l!'l1l Nu Litcrury Socicty f!'UIRlll1ll'd. Banquct givcn lmskm-tbzill tcznn by fntlir-rs. First Mothcr-Dziughtcr Banquct. Yr-arhook bccorncs known :is Bricks and Ivy. Dr. Moosc OI'gilIllll'Cl thc Milnc School Band, Dr. john M. Sziylcs, Principal of Milnr- School, was nppointcd acting Prcsidcnt of Stutc Liollr-gc. Dr. Robcrt Frcdcrick, Principal of Milnc Junior Iligll, bcczunc acting Principz1l'of Milnr- School. First LI Sr W Banquct hcld. Ccntcnnial of Ncw York Stutc Clollcgc for T1-zichcis. Brickx and Ivy won Hrst plzicv in Columbia Scholastic lfrcss Association Ycarbook Cornpi-tition for thc first tlnlf. . Noon Recess - S+uden+s Gafhered in Courl' Thcscurn Litcrary Socicty orgainilcd. Dr. Robcrt Fisk bccznnc Principal of Milne School. Dr. Evan R. Collins choscn Prcsidcnt of thc- Llollcgc. Dr. Thcodorc Fossicck hccnrnr- Principal of Milnc School. Paul Wolfgang Mcrnorizil Award cstablishcd. First Latin Club Roman Banquct hcld, Tri-Hi-Y was organilcd. 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Xrl"1I'si1lQ A 1 mb fnlllunl g 2, ' ' 'Q Ei I", Mg 25-"-'ig 'iklfsgi . +r + f ' ACADEMIC Administration Letter from Our Principal "A yt'1u'hook yurh ay this BRICKS AND IVY is similar to any othvi' t'ut'ric'ulur or vxtt'u-t'urric'ulur gutiyity. Ir, it-ul yuluv clt-pvnds upon tht- usm- to which you put it. YN'hilt- this hook can t't'1nind you of only ai fvw ol' tht- trit-ndxhips which you niude' und tht- uctivititw which you vnjoyvd during rhiy school yvar, wt' hopl' that thou' rt-mindrry will givt- you at point of rt'ft'rt'tic'r' from which you vain ITlQ'1lNlll't' how we-ll you uri' wing tht- thingy guim-d in Milnv. With it go our hc-st wiyht-N for vw-ry futurt- Nitin-W." 761 Jew! Principal Dr. Thvodorr' H. Fossivfli 'vi' 4- Guidance Director Secretary to the Principal Mr. john R. 'liihhf-tts Mis, Marion ll. Scully t9i 2.- Librarians Niis- Malin-l 'IiIl'ixIIlilIl, Mrs. Hvr'rii4'm' Hush. Ml Hi Main+enance Mr. lluwplx Slllllllllvlix. Mrs. Ciuthvrim' NIl'LklllEiliill, Mr. ilhurlrs Szwks. was it -Ji ff if 2 1 , 1 Q' wt W7 Z ,"'Q Ak VA Clif "fb 'f' . , ,L ww. fv - , 'T ' .. Q ' Music lndusiriai Arfs Ill. Rm Ymk Mr. Haul.m Raiylmmrl. Home Economics Mis 1 s Physical Educahon Miss Lvdizx Muir x 1 I mean Officers Il XI I xx s II nl xv PXRI IR x11 rm XXIRX If ll I zs Sensor Class Offucers filer! Xl 1 VN u Nirlu nulxng W llllllll lr 1 P :lux Sensor Class Advrsers ssl 1111 u guns 11:1 1 Honor Students Class of I952 mn Sn f lu rm I P11 Rn llld Pmpp N slu Nloc cx C ucwlxn Ixrltzln IINIIIH Bl 1 guy 1 llll I Illlillx U S1 lllllullill l l Sensors EDWARD CURTIS BIGLEY Crlmson and Whrte Boys Sport Edxtor 4 HIY Basketball Tenms Band Presr dc nt 3 Lholr Presrdent Musne Connell 5 LSPA Graduation Usher His stories are 'alwixs colorful ut ARLENE LUCRETIA AVERY Fntered 4 Lrxmson and Whit: Semor Llass Secretarx Qum Trll-l1Y One xear at Mllne alreadw mam ffmnds WILLIAM J BRADY BRICK? AND IVY Assocnate Edntor 4 Home-room VlcePres1dent 2 4 HAY Theseum Sergeant at Arms Never argue wnth Bxll about cars he knows JEAN LOIS BAILEY Entered 'I BRICKQ AND IVY F H A Semor Play Cast Qum Crimson and White Sweet and generous personalrtx CHRISTINE BREHM Cheerleading Crlmson and White Col umn 3 Editor m Chnef 4 Sigma Play days ESSPA andCSPfX Consclentlous wlth a lot of pep and I 13 U 3. . . y . . I ' Q' , I. 5 D 1' .' 1 P I 3 S ' A .5 . . . .3 . , 1 I , . . 1 f.4'. , b ,I x A 3 5 . is . A X9 1 - er- 4' A U . . . I' 4' - A 5 . ' . l I . 3 ' I Z ' S lwl.B.A.A.g Basketballg Baseball: Footballg , - - l n - .3 1 . . 4 lg . . .g ' 9 9 ' ,N ,ffl E I nz -E - 1 - Q . y E - , - - I s 5 '- , .... . . . S0- NANCY SARA BRYANT BRILKQ Ann Ivv Lrrmson and Whlte Rcd L ross um F H A Latm Llub One redhead wlthout a temper JOAN ALVENIA CALLAHAN Lrlmson and Whlte Slgma Lwtln C lub President 4 Band Llbrarlan Semor Flax Last Lholr Accompamst Playdays an even dlspowltlon and 'I pleasmg sm1 1 JANE CARLOUGH BRIChb AND IVY Lrlmson and White Lolumn 4 Homnroom V1cePres1dent Intersocxctx Lounml 4 Qum Secrctarx Choir Llbrarxan Mllnettes Playdaxs Graduatlon Usher soft ues and a pleasmg personalxtx f I4 ROSE MARY CHURA Entered '7 Semor Plas C as! F H A Seen tarx 3 Latln C lub C hour Fr ldu ltlon Usher .1 most xdorlblx qnl SH ELDON H EN RY COOPER H1 Y Basketball Baseball Sz mor Pl xx Last French Club always ready for a laugh FREDERICK WATKINS CORRIE Blum kk AND In Busmvss Managmr '5 -I Thur um Baikrtlmll Football Baseball Trxfhm Squxd frlduatmn Lshrr H1Y T 4 lillff r I RICHARD HARDING DAVIS wta u Srruvant at Mme Rlflc Tram Track H1 X Sp1n1sh Club Sm lllll C b S mls' ar d II lprr Ss x muic Frsndlx wus md till storms ERIC HUBERT DODGE LOLA MARGARET COSTELLO Banks AND In Sngma Plaxdaxs artlstxc 'lIJllllX and a qu1c-t manner C lash X xcc Presldc-nt I 9 Hom: room Pr: sxdf nt I Basketball Basf h all Foot hall Colf Team forgmt hms open houses PETER EDGAR DUNNING BRN Ks AND Ivx C rxmson and W hm Homeroom Trrasurcr 2 Track Frm nth C Iuh H1 X Scwncc C lub hvad morale booster with brams I 1:1 ARTHER HIEBY FREDERICKS Hi X Thcsvuni mmntallx and musicallx minded ARLENE JANICE GRANOFF Crimson ind Whitv Journalism Sigma Dr nnatic S C lub A quict ind generous pnrsonality MARCIA ANN HALLEN BECK L iimson and Whm kssociatm Editor -1- Hoincroom President 4 Sigma Prmi dint 4 TrlH1Y Latin Club Frvnch ub CSPA and ESSPA Car Partx C hairman F H A Vic: Prisi dint 4 'X happx H1 for cvirxonn WILLIAM HAYES Class Vicv. Prcsidcnt 3 Pnsident 4 Homeroom Prcsidf-nt 1 2 '5 HiY Ndc-lphoi Vice President 3 Sccrctarx i Prmidnnt 4 Baskftball Footbill Traffic Squad Senior Plax list .ithlvti lvadcr 'llwaw rridx to I3 SUZANNE GUNTHER . ' Council' uin' Playdays: Latin Club: Niililvltvs' Choir. - Snphistiration friendliness and pep 'irc hor qua i ics 6 GEORGE KENDALL Trick TUlIlbllFZ SCIHOI Pldx LOIIIIIIIK q c d RUTH THERESA HOUCK Homm room Trfasurm r I Slgma P AX daxs FH A Senior Pl'1x Usher 1ftLr gxm locker room antlcs PAYE DOROTH EA KELLER Bruehs no In Lrumon and Whltv L olumn 4 Plfndwxs F H A Treasurer 3 French Club Trl H1 Y Red Lross 1 Wllllflg worker and a pal to all CAROLYN ANN KRITZLER BRICKS ,un In Lhecrleadmg CYIIDSOH and White Busmc-ss Nflanigf r 'VIC N A Homeroom Tri 1surer 3 um V1Ce Presxdent 5 PI'l5ldLIlK 4 Phxdaxs Student c0llflCll Scermtxrx F H A Graduatlon LQher Om of our most .Activa and bt at lllxed Classmates LOIS J LAVENTALL Emi ks AND Ixv -Xdxertxslng Nlanagrr 4 C nmson and XVh1te Rnd l ross Plax xs I' H X C S alw ns readx wxth a suulm I 17 - "Z I' " 1 I' tee. - .1 lxlx smilt an a big: gilitnrf My , , -. 9 5 1,5 st , 'V , M - I.. Us 1- . Aij , . . 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I. .P..X. ,,,' 'ZA' V' I ' I 7, MARY ALICE LEETE BRN as AND In Llttrarx Echtox 4 L nm son and White Girls Sports Edxtor 4 N4 G K X Sccrc-tarx Trcasurvr 2 Xlfl Prf-srdcnt 5 Prvsldent 4 Lhct rl:-admg Laptam Slgma Svcrvtarx 3 Art Coun cll Treasurrr 2 4 Plaxdaxs Graduatlon Marshal Homcroom V1cePrPs1dent 2 Prcsrdvnt 3 umor Studf-nt COUHCII Vlco Prcsldz-nt Vlvafxous hard worltmg dcpvndablt ELLIOT SETH LIVINGSTON Ent' rr d 9 Thx sf um Rlflc C lub Sc mol Plax Last Football Managvr Bxsl-tctbill Managc r Baseball Manwgc r H Cnmson and Whlte Brut KS Ann IVY 'X joltc or jazn saylng for tvcrxom th lts our Llvvy JOHN IRWIN MALPAS Rlflr Tmm Tcnnxs Track H1Y X trut fnltnd wrth 'I smccrc hr-artx laugh CLAIRE MARIE MARKS Brutus AIND Inf Sccrvtaxx 4 Crlmson 1nd Whltl Column 4 Sxgma Vlcc Prcsldvnt 5 Mlstrc ss of Ccrcmomes 4 Plsudass Lhon Mllnvttts Senior Plas Last Hommroom Treasurer Graduatlon Ushcr Sha s always sm1l1ng GERALD NACKE LUGG- H1 bctrctarx 4 Student Lounul Track A sharp w1t md 21 gas eatmg cxr I 18 In A , . 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H ' 'I , --. 1 K 1-- RICHARD WILLIAM McCHESNEY Red Cross French Club SCICHCC Club rnrentalmng bx m1g1c and prano WILLIAM KEYES McCULLY Llxss Treasurer 4 Theta Nu B111 ls alwaxs thmklng up sommthmg to humor peoplc BEVERLY DOLORES McDOWELL Lrlmson and Whltr' Homeroom Sccre tarx 3 Student Council Quin Mlstress of Ccremomes 4 Semor PIM Last F H 'X Graduatlon Lsher Bex s abllltx to make ewrxonc feel at ease wxll alwaxs wm her frlends CAROLINE LOUISE McGRATH Bkrcxs AND IVY Cheerleadmg Home room Secretary 1 2 3 u1n Treasurer 4 Plavdays Crxmson and Whrte Lol umn 4 Tr1H1Y Graduatxon Usher Brown eyes and a permanent smlle PETER McNEIL Kd: Iphol Basketball Pete 5 quxet and xet devllxsh waxs wrll alvsaxs be remembered ll9 DARL OTIS MILLER Theta Nu Basketball Football Base ball Track HIY an unlxmlted source of anecdotes and humorous tales FRANCES ANN MITCHELL Entmrsd 2 Bnrcks Ann Ivv Lrunson and Whntc Assocxatc Editor 4 Home room Secrctarx 2 3 Red Cross Quin Cholr Mllncttes Tr1H1Y Senior Plax Cast ESSP A Graduation Usher Fran has an appcalmg twmkle ln hir r e WESLEY MOODY BRN RS AND Ivx CJFIIUSOII and Whltc H1 Y C ouncxl Representative M B A X Adelphol Treasurer and Vxcc Prcsndent 4 Student Louncnl Vice PYCSI dent 4 6 9 with personallt vigor and stcadx smrle T20 JUDITH FONDA MYERS Slgma Card Partx Comnnttcc l' H A udx s qulet and helpful Inannrr w1ll alwens bc remernbrrcd GEORGE SCOTT NEVILLE Sclcncc Llub Track H1 Y Treasurer 2 Vxee Presldcnt 5 Spamsh Klub an added attractlon wart Froxgs s lxugh pfp and douhlr 1dr ntl x . g . 5 1 I 3 - 1 ' ' I ' Y - 1 ' 1 . 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Y' . , H ROBERT ATWOOD PAGE L TIKIISOII and Wh1t0 Col1111111 -I Home 100111 xlfl Prcmdcm 5 H1 B15 11 lull B1scb1ll Foothxll Studrnt Counml I1c1S11r1r 4 Lho1r Pfiqldfflt 4 'VI11s1C l 0111611 Pr1s1dcnt I Cllldll IIUII Lshcr QCIIIO Plus list lllllllX to apr Ill co111J 11 ll 1115 IS as d I5 PETER STEPH EN NEVILLE Hom: room Trcasurfr H1 Y Thru lNL1 Prcmdcnt 4 B1sIxcth:1ll Football Trul Spfamsh C lub P1 tc s happx go luclxx 1111111111 11111-.15 1 l11t wlth zvnrxom POBERT EDWIN NORRIS H1 Y Thes ull Secrftarx 5 PrcS1d1I1t -I Football hlS quwt a1r and fr1e ndlx 11111111191 w1lI alwaxs hc rccallcd De"OREST PHILLIPS PARKER C llss Prcilds nt l 2 5 Ho111cro0111 Pre Q1 nt l 2 5 H1 Y M B A A -Xdclp Ol Disk thxll Basch1Il football Studm nt C 01111011 P11 s1df nt 4 Trafh Squad Cr1d111t1on Vlarsh 11 1 Nlllllt 1 Cor11r11r11t 111d curlx hilf FRANK HENRY PARKER Class Vlcc Pr1s1df-nt 4 I1OIIlf'lO0Ul V111 Us dint rfsl cnt '7 X B fhc sc um B 1sk1tb'1ll TPnn1S Traffic 1q111d Poop I9 om of our outQtz111d1nz th lftvs mth pcrsonalnx plu-S I"1 ELEONORE MARIA PAULY Entxred I Intramural Sports Semor Pl'n Usher pep vngor and a qax outlook on Infe MARY ELIZABETH PHILLIPS Art Counc1l BRICKS ,usp Ivv C,r1mson and Whltf Cartoomst 4 Sigma Plas days Semor Play Usher QUICI sweet and how she can draw NANCY RUTH PRESCOTT Bmehs Ann Ivv Crnmson and Whm Associate Edltor 4 Class Treasurer 2 Secretarx 4 Home-room Treasurer l Playdays F H A VICE Presldent 2 3 Semor Play Assoclate Producer ESSPA a bundle of energx and a frlend to 3 22 ' 's 9 r' . 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" e ' Af A 9 9 ,E , .I 9 9 , , -I I9 - "9 : 9 J 9 9 RICHARD PAUL PROPP BRICKS Msn Ivv Photography Edltor 3 Edxtor 4 Crlmson and Whlte Staff Pho tographer 2 3 Theseum Secretarx 4 Basketball Tennis Football Band patlence a good sense of humor and executlve power PATRICIA ANN REILLY Quln Skatmg Partles -one of the happlest mdlvxduals m our class RICHARD A SALISBURY H1 Y Theseum Treasurer 5 Rlflr Club On the surface he serms qulet but he s a joker at heart ROXANNA MARY REYNOLDS r Councll Slgllla Nflxlnettns Musxc Louncrl Treasurer FHA Gradu'1t1on Usher Trx H1 Y a hugh Z1 smllc MARY LOU Bucks AND Ivv 'Villnettes Qholr Usher 'md 1 prrttx volce RICHARDSON Homnroom Secretarx F H A S4 mor Plax a wonderful sport and a frlencllx per sonahty if SH ELDON DONALD SCHNEIDER Art Louncnl Bmcxs Amo IVY Lrnmson md Whxte Football Rlfle Team Ten ms Semor Play Last Track Hrs laughs and hrs personallts wnll long he remembered ELLEN JANE SIEGAL Xrt louncnl BRICKS AND Iwx CYIIDSOII and Whlte Quin Lalxn Club HISIOFIJII Se mor Plax Prompter Fllfns the Senlors perfertlonlst V22- - , , ., 1 . -L - 5 , A , At ' '5 ' : .' -3 ' . 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I 5 5 - 5 'Q RYK PETER SPOOR BRICICS AND IVY lntcrsocntx Council Prcsldmnt 4 Theta Nu Footlnll Sm ence Club Cholr Semor Plat Llght Clonnnttu Motlon Plcturc Squad Those blur ues and blond h1n haw alwfxw attracttd us to Pete JANET GRACE SUTHERLAND Burma AND Ivv Lrnnson ind Whm Sxgnm Connncnccment Usher F H A Sunor Play C lst Playdxys Trl H1 Y Our earntst twxn wtll 'llWlXG gtt along with ptoplc JOAN MARIE SUTHERLAND Bmcxs AND Ivx Qum FH X Cxadu atlon Usher Trl H1 Y Red halr and .1 quut frundlx pu SOIldllU our other twln T241 CYNTHIA E TAINTER BRICICS AND Ixv Art Edttor 4 C hterlead 1ng 'VI G A A Oflice Managtr '7 Treas 1 er 5 Busmess Manager 4 Slgma Treasurar 4 Trl Hx Y Plaxdays Jumor Stndtnt C ounell Treasurcr I Graduatlon Lshcr blond h nr hlum ru S pc rson llltX and itx 1 ALBERT RONALD THOMAS Bruoxs Axn Ixv H1 Y Prcsxdcnt 4 'VI B A A Adtlphol Basketball Manager Football Manager Rlflc Team Golf Track H1 ld Manager 4 X good leader but Why do I have to ht the short: st bov m tht class? , I . , a A 1 1 r ' , ' . 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I, , HARRY FREDERICK VANCE Ilonwroom Treasurer l Presldrnt '7 HIY Rifle Team Trnnls Tflflx Ilurrx mm bf- qurf-t l t he Surf IQ mr: aux td know PEN ELOPE THOMPSON BRICKS nn Ivx Lumson and Whm- C um Plaxdaxs Spimsh C lub Sc-mor Plax Lsher 1 loxcr of horszi sports and good 'olds BERYL JEAN TRACY Rlcl-.S Axn Ivx S1 mn Bmd mx dans Latm Club Trr H1 Y Her pc-'rlods of Slllllfl are plfasintlx mic-rspc-rsed wlth llHltlX rc m1rLs BARBARA HELEN VAN DYKE Bnucxn AND IVY Lrrmson and Whnc Pludaxs Red Cross Trl H1Y Lum xlwns wlllmg to hrlp when nudfd PAUL VOGEL Bmcxs Axo Ivy Crnmson and Whm- lhrta Nu Sccrctarv 3 4 Baslwtbill Iennns Spamsh Club qulet very dependable' I 25 ' j ',m - "-: ,M M! fl QU' 3 1' 35 ' 11' .' ' ' ' t ' .3 Cllulhg Sp,anish Clubg Sigma. Q B 'g -xg z 1 Plzj- ,W-4' X l MARJORIE WEST Entered 4 BRICKS AND Ivv Sigma Dramatlcs Councll In her short stay Marge has left 1 pleasant lmpresslon with us JAMES WILLIAM WHITNEY Bllll KS Arsn IVY Crimson and White French Club Treasurer 5 Latin Club Dramatic Club jim IS characterized by those witty re marks and outbursts 26 History Sevenfh Grade e temher 1048 it sounds so one xgm yet remembering makes it seem hke yesterday 'Vhlne was so big and haf'I1nq to u little eyenth graders After settlmg ourse lves Qbut firmly we elected home room office rs 'lhe honors ol homeroom preslde nts an honor even greater than helnq Pxesldent of the Umted States went to Chuek Hauqhey remember him Mary Ahee Leete and Carolyn Krxtzlet Oul Hrst eveperxence with mld years left us fe elmg qulte mature The fragrance of the deadly spunq water heralded our elasss field trlp invasion of Saratoga Then a more SLTIOUS and mspmng moment came w1th the enchantment of our first Spring Concert It w as hard to tell whether those were chelubs ox the Class seemed to add a touch of perfectlon Xes our first year at Milne was an experlence of many firsts whlch would be long re me mbcled Elgh+h Grade You can always tell the eighth Qlldl by the lf record setting paces I'h1s gem was w rntten about us ln the 1948 yearbook We certainly l1ved up to lt then and havent stopped smee Serlous homeroom elect1ons came agaln and we found ourselves led by Chris Brehm Harry Vance and Frank Parker Wlth no bones about lt, we were just about the best ughth grade ever We werent sulprlsed to find that some of our men had made the freshman basketball team We mourned the leavlnq ol Chuck Hauqhey but welcomed Colm Kennedy With a veteran s ex perienced eye we awaited the Spring Concert and the umor Hlgh Formal Although we looked back at the elqhth grade wlth fondness our freshman year couldnt come fast enough for then we would be the blg wheels of the unlor High ,A . 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"W1- :hall ln- jc1i111-cl i11 llt'.ll'l1 Ill'X'l'I' hw lllll' x1p111't." 1 U- W' Cilflilllgh B05 Page' Ifrs-d Corrim- Rosiv Churzi l Who s Who flJa'tu1'l11im'1l by Srnior Clan Votfj NEXT IN LINE Bl-IST DANCERS Roxy Rvynoldrf Fr:-d Corrim- BEST LOOKING CLASS CHARMERS BEST DRIQSSED Sun' Cunthvr Bill NI4'Cully BEST LUOKINC Bmw' Mc'Dowc'll Bill I'Illyl's CLASS CI-IARMERS Frzxn Mitclivll Bill Brncly CLASS CLUWYNS Loit- Luvcntall Shel Coopvr CLASS POLITICIANS Nzincy Prm-Stott Pvtf' Dunning CLASS STORYTliLLIiRS Clziirm' Marlo Fra-d Colm DID MOST FOR MILNF Chria Bn-lim Dick Propp BEST nANc:1eRs mf,s'r DRliSSliIJ "R'RNDU"5T D I I Rm-illv fivorm- N4-ville' Pr-lv 'Nvxilln' L'YllIlll'l 'Il'llIlI1'l M"iY I1"'U' IIIIVN HEADEII FOR SLCCESS Nancy Prwcott Dm- T-,2ll'lil'l' MOST ATHLETIC Ruth Ilouvk Bill Hgiyvs MOST INTELLIGENT Nancy Prescott Dick Propp MOST PUIJLILAR ffxiroliiu' NIt'Cx'z1tli Ffllllli PllI'lil'l' MUST SUPHISTICATEII Sur- Cunthvr Paul Vogel CLASS cllowxs czmss POLITICIANS MOST TALENTFD Cl n- xI3ll'liS Elliot Livingston .lim WvllllIIt'X fihrig Bri-hm Ellt'I1 Sivgfdl BOTH PZIQK' I38l CLASS STORYTELLICRS DID MOST FOR NHLNIQ FRIENDLIEST Ed Bigley Pvnnx' Thompson ROIHIV Thornzxs NANO' PIxl'S1'UIl Wim Bloody Caroline Mfflrgltll HEADED FUR SPCCFSS MOST' ATHLICTICI Clzlmlvn KFilZll'l' Dick Prupp "Skip" liusu-llu FIQHIIQ Pznk I NIUST INTl'1I,l.IGliNT fills-n Sivzzul Dm- Park:-I' x I 4 MOST PUPl'l.AR MUST SUPHISTICATED MOST TALENTED Hill Ilan-5 Manx' .-Xliw I.:-1-tr .Xxlvnv fimnoff "llullx" M1-N4-il Dirk MMIII:-slla-y Joann llllullhdll 1291 1,1 Prophecy Xrlene keeps notes for an NI D Sklp dravxs pnctures for her dad She reallx IS te rr he seen tlrx of Xillllt s Sen C lass S e Hot her t111n1nzfo1 ll ean s xIIllJI99IdH ss to L h1na S e re 1llx broke the lt I'xe rx C lllIItSt pe :son Illlfllx hat she I5 Barley mee Eddle plaxs the trumpet In Blgley s be bop band You C III watch h1m on xour 'I V se He broxeleasts throughout the land If xou need a good meCh1n1C X ou d be tter see Brady qlllfk, I'or whe n lt comes to IIXIIIQ thlngs Ball knows the she ke st trle les Christine ed1ts the Loudonulle Pre ss Summer XNIIIU r sprlne, and fall We know he r paper IS the best For 11e ws she se oops the rn ell Nllss Bryant IS 1 te xehet now One ofthe bestest ever He1 students lhlllk she s re allx tops INICL and helpful, smart and clever C selhng Mlss Callahan' Lalhng MISS C allahan Hurrx oan, for someone IS SlCk She lulls all he r patte-nts to sleep at nlght Bx pl1x1ng the p1 mo how she k' anne s COOICIIIL, IS a treset He-r morkroom IS her kltche If xou want xummx th1ngs to ea Nhke Larlough xour d1et1c11n M1ss Chura saxs What number ease 9 In a VOIP! that s soft and swe 'es .1 te le phone opex lt0l Rose hlary eant be ln ll Qheldon owns tl1e Cooper Stable 1111 mx x end 1 ll 1 In lldllllflk them xou 111 rx sure Fred f orrie is ll t1na11Cie- ': He- handles lots of cash: He- oxsns the- Corrie- Savings Bank: e- hope' it w' I 1 "1' fra, . 1 .so 1 lhe team thex make can t be be ll So If xou hke cartoons and sufh Re eel Costellos eolumn for a treat Deck IJav1s lb 1n the- han He SdllS the oee in blue He l1as a 21rl 1n exerx port 'Rnd hate s to sax ldlfu Buster travels round the- world In h1s custom made Dodge car, He s t1tled most ehglble bachelor In places near and far Peter elesuzns ranch houses or the top of Dunnmg H111 On Whllll tl1e re s qulte a sett ment 1 rted bx Pete r s skull n Slllt Street xou 11e bound to ee A sl1op tl1at sells hne Cutle-rx Art I rederlrk operate s th1s sto1e , 1 xou he l1as gedqe ts salon Arlene: Granoif works hard xnel well And box how sl1e can txp Her chtrmlng waxs attract them all So bosses never gr1pe SUZIC Gunther has 1 kmdergarten class I'he chxldre n are just startmg school She teaches k1Cls how to draw and s1nL And to hve bx the Golden Rule Marcla stud1ed home econom1cs Then she taught ll for a whlle Now she s marrled to a m1ll1ona1re- He r elothes set the current stxle Now Van IS eone and L lark s forgotten But who el xa. th1nk the movles hue qotte Il Its our box Hayes ehnch for ehneh He be 1ts e-ve n Barrxmore that s a uneh' On xuplanes that Hx around the- world She se rxes food from Rome to Duluth He r pxsse nge rs th1nk Nllss Houck I5 tops K monde rful ste warde-ss IS Ruth Faye runs li home for student nurses: Their yearbook is something grand. Nurse- Keller writes the' propheciesg 'I'he'x rr known throughout the land. George lxendall has a ezrert hre farm l'arlx rn the mornrnz he rises With hrs carrots beans potatoes rnd squash He wrns lots and lots of prrle s Carolyn Krrtzler rs a secretars now She s adxancrnL rt s easx to see She started hx srttrnl behrnd r small de sk Now she srts on the boss s knee C akes and cookres puddrngs and pres C ussets seams, and darts the x all Occupx the trme of Lors Home ec teacher Lasentall 'Nlary Alrce frshrons clothes For grrls on hockex teams 'l hex re all so proud of Leete s designs Thex re burstrng at the seams Ell ot took oxer Mrlton Berle s show When that famous comedran retrred He then started runnrng Dannx Kaxe an Red Skelton s When the contr rcts of these men exprred Gerry h rs a brand new car He had to drteh the other Xnother car was herded hrs wax So Lum: anel hrs ear oh brother ohn now owns an airport One of the finest rn the natron Nlalpas flres presrdents and envox To mam a fore-rgn statron Irma on the radro h rs r eounterprrt She rs our le rdrnq lads Xirss Claire Nlarks Irmr on the radio a drllx and r wrt Gun Claire seems to be a perfect Frt Xlcfrhesney has composed a hrt Its called Richards Rhapsodres The mowres and drsc jockexs all cl rmor for rt Xnd rt s plax cd be leadrng sxmphonres 'Nlcf ully rs Seeretarx of the 'I re rsurx X rst sums are under hrs rule He trarned as treasurer of hrs class When a senror at The- Nirlne School Xt Bevs 'Super Drug Store now She ll serxe sou sodas that are a wow Iler store s made a hrt wrth The Nlrlne crowd For she nese r thrnks ther Het too loud Nllclsew Nlcflrath our nurse so stern Plrrts with eserx new rnte rn Xt the Xlhanx Hosprtal now Patrents agree that she s 1 wow Brrdees and towe s rre Petes delight He draws and desrzns them rll das NleNell s towe r rrses so hlzh and so proud That rt touches thc Nirlkx XS rx Darl hlrller rs a general On h s shoulder are five st rrs For hrs lerdershrp and courage Ile rs known from here to 'Nl ns fran rs a Powe rs model She lrwcs on Park 'Xxenue Nlrss hlrtchell has frrends galore Whose mrnk coats are of srlxer and blue Wes rs now Vrce Presrdent He helps the Presrde nt rule We know hell prove a bw suree Judy Nlyers rs now 'r housewrfe She can cook and sew just d rndx Ihex sax her husband hurlt therr cottage He s a regular Hands Xndx George Nevrlle a soeral worker would be Of people he s vers fond But, sou know, what rs sure to happen It could all be ehanged hx a blonde Peter Nevrlle a doctor would be, He d make a good one sou bet Yet hrs future rs not secure xou see It eould all be changed bs sr brunette Norrrs rs flung arrplanes From Marne to Tennessee Bobs passen2ers are 'rlwwx sa e X top rate prlot rs he Thrs rs statron L R O lx 'Sass a worce so sage Do sou recoznrle the tone Whx res, rt s our own Bob Page Parker rs a scre ntrst He works all das the n walks Ower to the ball park Where Dee prtches for the Red 'Sox N11 g C Q TTD 1 , , I V .Y , ,, . , W W 0 , . 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SI-I -.'-l Iff- " NrmI'LlI1IlI1lII7l'.I',IIlllillI1v'1'sp11Iu-tllllvlollllrl I 'pp' HH lm Il m ' In N Im' I' Uixinu ronmu-II Im' Ihf lim IIN, Yund- I'l N,1Ild -lilllh' '. S. Kiinistvr'IIII-'1gH1qm Yun IIl1ll'll . Nr - 'A I Iix run ' prtr. 'I'I1m' xml of Ihr' IIIIII NIIUII 1u1I'.mx 'IIS Fm'c'unr1iug,wiI,z1I1dJa ' I'-fain' ,xlld V' X011 ll ham of pIv'IIx 4 'gills Mr ' ' 1' 'Q ' Ia- Iwzxtf Homeroom 224 .lIr. Hfzrlrzn Raynzond Bolfom Roux' Bcnnt-tt Thomson, Judith Brhymrr, .Nclvlizn Luth:-r, Allison Parlwr, Nancy Gadv, Ruth IDV-r, Nanfx' Tripp, P4-ggy Ann Sc'hnlt7, Sfrmzrz' Roux' Rolwrt Bullis, Marcin Wright, Mary Francvs Moran, Crvssy MCNntt, Doris Pvrlinan, Joan Stvrn- fz-ld, Eugene Cassidy. Third Roux' Richard Doring, Ronald Oshornc, Birchard Walkf-r, Lawrence XIOV-r. Rohrrt .-Xlhvrt, Top Roux' llvrornt- Hzmlvv, Donald Cioornhs, Franklvn Stofkholni. Eleventh Grade Homeroom 233 JIU. .llargzzrvt .lirnzumrlg lilvztnur l'att1't'snn, Dizxnz- ilrornwvll, llan'rie-t Bunting, Mary Lvonztrd, Susan Crunv, Rust'- nmriv Cross, Yvonnm' Ruth, Mifliavl Mt'w'rs. Third Row: Douglas Billion, Donald Clrrigh- ton, Hr-nry Cohen, Arthur lIt'lIlllllll1'I', An- drc-w Wilson. Top linux' Rohm-rt Dvnnis, Morton Hvss, l"rgmm'is Roulr-r. Louis Snvdvr. Rt'dfLn'd Szniclr-min. linllmn Noun' Isolwl lfri-, Rc-nt-1' Rnpowitf, MCl"a1rland, fVI:1r'yjznm-s. Srrnnfl 130:11 Diam- Officers lil-LNNI-1'I'l' Tuosisox ..,,., .........,. . Pl'f'.tlIl1'Ill Ilixvin CIM-XRKln., .....,.... .... I '1'1-1'-Prrxirlwrir C.-XIlUl.li -ll-QAN Fossn. ...... S4'l'I'l'fIIl'Y lloms Pi-QRLM.-xx ....,. Trwa.vzu'4'r Eleven+h Grade Officers .S'rntrr1': Doris Pcrlman, Clarolr' -Ioan Foss Slnnding: David Clarkr-, B4-nnrtt Thomson VE' juniors. or "almost scniorsn. as wc prcfcr to call oursclvcs. found thc past school ycar more ol' a challcngc and yct morc lun than wc'x'c cvci' known in any of our wondcrful years in Nlilnc. NR' wt-rc liaccd with such rcsponsihilitics as hclping to plan and carry out tht- socicty rushcs and Alumni Ball. thc clcction ol' Scnior Studcnt Council officers. and. throughout tht- scar. attcmpting to dccidc thc important qucstions of collcgc and futurc carccrs. Physics. Cacsar. and othcr ncw phcnomcna conlrontcd Us in grim array. but wc cincrgcd triumphantly from tht- .Iunc Rcgcnts -W wcll, most of Us anyway! Our athlctcs made cxccllcnt showings in both Varsity and V. sports. Full social calcndars fu slumhcr Chalv partics. gamcs. and danccs kcpt Us on tht- go. Soma- we-rc thi' lucky ushcrs at graduation. and wc suddcnly kncw that thc "big dayi' was not too liar off for us. alitcr all. Homeroom 333 .llz1i. Anna Barsam Botlom Roux' Franccs Rcilly, Nancv Bcllin. Suronfl Roux' Lynda Yaffer-, Marqarm-t Bolton, Sandra Cohi-n. Third Rout' Carole' 'Ivan Foss, Marilyn Phil- lips, Anne' Rc-qua, Joan Ed:-lstcin, Shirlcy W'agonr:r. Fourth Roux' Jay Eisvnhart, Nancy Olcnhousv, john Martin, Pt-tcr Mvcrs. Fifth Roux' Ronald D'llon, VVilliam VVade-, Richard Nathan, David Clarkf-, Rohf-rt Rich- arson. Nc-il Brown, Donald Lcslirf. Tenfh Grade Officers udson Luckwrmd, Cirviglitmi Cross, Donald Sniitli, William Bullion. Homeroom 320 .llm Clam Hfrrirrzrll Frmzt Roux' W'illia1n Bullion. Mrs. Clam lFlf'Illllll'll., Judith llottvr, Digim- D2lX'lSC7ll, Kzitlivrinm' Kvndzlll, Alin- Erwin, Slivrrill fwlillrr, Wlllllillll Kr-llor, Robert Bvrnni. Sernna' Razr: llzirrx' Pdgv, Naiwx' Rvddvn, .Xlifv Brody Gail NlrC1m'r11nL'k, Mm'gux'r't Xlurnii, llzxnnuli Kui'iira'im'l1, Elvzmm' l'irlm,,Iul1Ii Muiphy. 'Ihinl Roar: John .Xml- strong, Ilaiiivs Rivers, Alfrvd Brunm'x', Donald Wilson, Lawrs-nrv ilulw-r, Rolvwt Dorn. 71111 Roux' Im Rlivin- gold, Rohm-rt lirgiv, Officers IVIJLSUN l,lJk1IiXX'UUlJ ,..., , ......... Pr'fwir1'mrf LiRI.Il9ll'I'UN CRUAN , ..,,.. l'zU-Pluiizlriit lYll.l,I.XNl Bl'L.i.m:: ..i., ,,,i, ,,,. S ' f'Hf'ffl7X llcixxiiim SNIQTII .... ,,..,. ' l'2rr1.i11111 Tenth Grade Homeroom l26 .ll1. .llurzfn Hlytln' linilum Ifnzet l'1li7abeth .Xle'1.mder, Marx' McNamara, Sue Ketler, .Xllll Oetjen, Patricia Canfield, Mirv Strai- lere. Sernnd Roux' Gerald Nfattliews, Beryl Scott, Alice Gunther, Gretchen VVright, Nlarv Lou Deitiich, Nlartin Wolman. Third Rnze: Fmmet Ten Broeek, james Rulison, David How- ard, Karl Beeker. Richard Bruce, Gerald Linton. Top Roar: Richard Hgelston, .Iolm Wolfe, Brenda Sand- berg, Richard llolzhauer, Alan Tama- rofl. The beginning of school found us in Senior High at last. It didn't take us long to get in the swing. We started by electing our ofiieers for tht- year. Holding the gavel for the class of '5-l was Jud Lockwood. who was assisted by Creighton Cross. Don Smith took the minutes. while Bill Bullion kept our finances in order. We proudly displayed our class rings to one and all when they finally arrived. W'e1e we happy! Rushing was a high spot forthe female half of tht- class. Soon after thc long awaited rushes, came the Quin and Sigma banquets. at which some of the girls entertained. We will long remember that night. December came and with it the basketball season. The Class of '54 saw many of its boys on the V. team and a few even made the Varsity! Three of our girls- Pat Canfield. Barbara Rlabus. and Mary NIeNamara - 'cheered on the Varsity squad. Our class was a great one for crashing open houses. Every open house of the year saw a delegation of sopho- mores. Some day we'll have one of our own The death of one of our class mates. Norman Suter, over the summer vacation saddened us all. By the end of the school year we had sueeessfully established the Norman Suter Memorial Aw ard for Citizen- ship. financed by the proceeds of a movie shown in April. Homeroom I28 ,UZVSX FfnI'1'l11'1' Pnffel' Hoflom Roux' lNillard Myers, Shirley Male, Nlimi Ryan, Judith ligbeit, 'fobv Stone, Tamara Tamaroff, Bea- trice YNY-instein, William Loniz. Ser- vnd Roux' Marian Schultz, Florence Sf-lman, Norma Rodgers, Barbara Mabus, Sallv Simmons, Susan Bower, Cwendolen Zeitler. Third Roux' Wil- liam Hoffman, Leonard Ten Evek, Richard Bennett, Carl W'agoner, jud- son Lockwood, Erik Buck. Top Rom: Arthur Mt-lius, Donald Smith, Creixzh- ton Cross. Ninth Grade .38 Homeroom I29 Dr. Randolph Gardner Bottom Roux' Denise Gartner, Sandra Steg- mann, Polly Ann Viner, Cecil Blum, Ann Gayle, Sheila Fitzgerald, Alice Gosnell, Joan Dick, Marcia Leonard, Carol Myers. Sefond Roux' Marie Gramm, Peter Hoppner, john DuMary, David Neville, Michael Cohen, Jack Harvey. Top Row: Thomas Foggo, Martin Silbr-rg, Peter Birkel, Rich- ard Edwards. Homeroom IZ3 Dr. Flo1'1'1zc'1' Raanm' Bottom Row: Hildegarde Erb, Marion Preisser, Judith Young, Carol Ann Becker, Nancy Ginsburg, Cynthia Berbcrian. Second Row: Ann Crocker, Toby Scher, Eleanor Jacobs, Diana Lynn, Ann Strobel, Jerrine Kane. Third Row: Douglas Knox, Edward Berkun, Edward Blessing, John Houston, Ronald Ruf, Top Row: Evan Collins, Rich- ard Greene, Jerry Thomas, Thomas Hirsch- feld, Robert Faust, Lawrence Genden. Officers RICHARD cil'NTHl-ZR ....., .......... P re.c1'denI -Ioim DL'MARX' ...... ...... I 'ire-Prexidnzt EDNVARD BHRKLTN ..4.. .......,.. S erretary Micnaipi. Comm: ..4... ...........,..... T reasurer ALMA BICCKHR ,...... ,..... A ding Tl'4'H.fIlf1'I' Seated: Alma Becker. Slanding: Richard Gunther, Edward Berkun, john DuMary, Miehael Cohen. junior High Bosses! That's us. all right. W'eren't some of those danees with the junior High awful? Our Prom was wonderful. though. Some of the girls gave one hen party after another. Usually they were erashed by the boys. Other fresh- men found a rendezvous every afternoon at Eddiesl. It seems as if our elass has more sehool spirit than any other class. Every game f-H home or away -- found the freshmen seetion cheering wildly. Our boys did a marvelous job on the team- they tried anyway. Four peppy ninth grade Cheerleaders cheered them on. Some of us turned highbrow one night and went to a party given in honor of Gerard Fremy. We even managed to turn Thespians and gave a few plays directed by our Classmates. Wait until you see us on Broadway! lNe had loads of fun this year and are eager to see what next year will bring to us as "sophomore wheelsf, Homeroom 228 .WL jarnfs Cochrane Bollom Roux' Nancy Kelley, Robert Keller, john Reynolds, Richard Swartz, janet Vine. Serond Roan' Vernona McNeil, Alina Becker, Judy Hallenbeck, Judith Brightman, Bar- bara Wolman. Third Row: Carolyn Olivo Carol Pfeiffer, Toby Goldstein, Elizabeth Davis, Judith Hannan, joan Daly. Top Row: Russell Peters, joel Berman, Stephen Levine, Daniel Wolk, Charles Moose, Richard Gunther, james Sleasrnan. Homeroom l27 .l'1I.X.Y Ruth l'lvf1,Y1t'y Balmm Razr: Ai'lm'iil' Epslrin, Jzic'qm'lin1- BOIlClf'li, .'Xlldl'1'2l Buuvr. -SFFUIIII Roux' Mur- cia Sunil, Guilf- Wr'st.r'rv1'lt. Third Roux' Marry Frzinu-s Frivdnian, Howard Clhura, Javquvlini' 'l'ornc'r, Suv Pzitzirli, Fourih Row: Mary Fm-lkr'r', Mvrrill Andrvws, Garth Hr-ald, Robe-rtson Martin, jacklyn Marks. Top Raw: Eleanor Matthews, Carl Epprl- mann, john Wiltrout, Richard Rrnip, Grr- trudc Shaw, Dorothy Clizbv. Sixlh Roar: Harvvy Sclilvifsu-iii, Bruce' Fitzgerald, Don- :xld Mc'Qna1id, Dunuld Nlilnv. Eighth Grade Eighfh Grade Homeroom Presidenfs William Many. jacquvlini- Tornvr, Paul Howard. r 40 Homeroom Presidents 1.-xc:Q1'ic1,xNi-1 'l'ORNliR ....., ....... I IIONIFTOOTIZ 127 l',u'1. Hmvmzn .....,,... ....... H mrzwroonz .'f2l XN'l1.1.1.u1 NIM' ..... ..,.... I lunwrnnni .729 vs' ' . : 'sv x Q 5 5 Y O' ' . ' N , ado ,, ' x,.,6A'. " .Q N' kgf' liuffnni Roux' Shiilvx' Yan Dtrliurgli, Hlainr- Cohn, jndith XVt'lm:l, Linda Shnudy, Luis King, Sallx' Rvqna, Sw'- Wood, Hvvlyii Jaspvr, Marv .Xnn Bul- lion, Hilda Iillllgdlllilll, Judith Jvn- ltins, 'lihinl Roux' David Bainl, Paul lidward Sc'hwai't7, Stn-phi-n Grvvn- lbauni. 'Top lfmr: Paul Risslwrgvit, T John Dc'arstyne-, Paul Howard, Stv- phrn xVt'lIl5Il'lIl, Homeroom 32I Dr. Clllllffllll .lfzmxe wir! Rona' Jann- Harliingvr, Catlin:- Ioht-n, Hans Pauly, Arthur Evans, tonald Killvlva, Rivhard Mahvus, As usual. thcrc- was a rush for hooks in tht- fall. and starting to study was anothcfr job hard to lvarn aftvr xo many frm' summt-r nights, Do you l'1'YTll'IHlN'I' last yvar whvn tht- vighth gradi-rs wvnt around with m-c'kt-wliit-fx? WVt-ll. this yvar it was tht- Union vcrsus thi- Conft'dc'rac'y, and il' you didnlt haw' gi Cap, you wvrt-n't onv of tht- hoya. Nvxt cami- huskvthall. Tryout, wort- first. and thc-n wc- had u tvam. Przivtici- wasn't at tht- most convvnivnt hour, Sinn- it was at 8:00 A.NI. and wt- nt's-clvcl Cand wantt-dl our slt-vp. Eve-ryoiiv knt-xv how rnnvh hvttvr it wax to hc' an vighth gradvr than a wvvnth gradvr. Our danuw and partirw wvrr' lotf. of lun. YV:- all vnjoyvd ourst-lvtw as i-ighth gradvrs. and we arc looking l'ox'wa1'd to the ninth grade-. Homeroom 329 .llig Frmiriv Ilrirsrrmrf llnlfnnz Iftlllf W'illiaiz1 Xfav, Elaine' Ia-wis, jowr- 'l'c-niplv, VVilla Dm'Sousu, lilsa Wiln-r, Virginia Pitkin, Frank Wald. Srfnrirl Razr: W'illiain Romain, Marx' Killouzh, Cforinni- Holnii-5, Bar- lugnu Rutf-nhe-r, Lois Smith, Michat-l D:-Poitrz Third Roux' Barrx' Fitzgvr- ald, David lVilson, David Quifkrnton, David Hull. Top Roan' Rirhard Hi- viiiia, liharlf-s Sloanr. Seventh Grade 5233? Homeroom 227 illixx A II Ita Dunn Frou! Row: Stcphc-n Arnold, Elvunor McNaniaru, Mt-lindu Hitchcock, Doris Markowitz, Ellv-n Shvrmun, Bc-tty Avant, Thomas Mu-rs, Miss Anita Dunn. Second Roux' Lawrence Bm'- man, Constancr Lvu, Carol Johnson, Suzanne- Ormf-, Lois Grimm, Roh:-rt Kcrcull. Top Row: Rogz-r Stumpf, James Cohm-n, Pfiilip Ring, Victor Hoffmun, G4-orgv rllllllllllliilll, Rohn-rt Knousr. Homeroom 324 .lIr. Grralrl SIIYIIVIA Front Ifozv: Nun Hvnig, Sulanm Clizhc, Nancy Jn-runl, Hvlc-n Logan, Judith Mulllwrg, Kar:-n Olson, Su- zannr LuPuugh, -Ivan Rcddrn. Sn'- unzl Roux' William Rulison, Rolwrt Horn, Carolyn Stn-in, Shirlcx' Mya-rs, Carolyn Malt-, He-lr-n Stykos, Stcphf-n Millt-r, Paul Tunmrofli, 'Third lt'u:i': Hug:-no Blzilwy, Rob:-rt Frt't-dnian, Richard KL-e-fvr, -Iunu-s lloln-n, Pt-tt-r Scholtn-n Tap Razr: Louis Huuf, Alain Alpzlrt, Richard flurtricr. .Srrofid Roan' Sandra My-rs, And:-rson Stokes, Dvnnis Klarol N:-wton, Tojl Horam' -Iosvph fiorhitt, Pr-tri' Pappas, Homeroom Arf .llr. Ezfztnrzl C'o:i'li'y Ilotlom Noir: .Ivan Eisvnhart, .-Xrlvrii Suss:-r, Sue Powell. Daly, Arli-in' I'Il'lIlIIllllt'lI Flhfzrl Row: David Donnc-lly ,vILlI'HllI'l'I Mailv, Nanvx' Cross, Carolyn Lary, Elle-n Hopp- nvr, fir-rald Conrad. IJUUIIII Roux' Marion Lcvim-, Kirt- land Bass, Russvll lYi'lJbr-i', Irwin Sfhi-r, David Brown Diivicl xIl'c.2ll1llCl. "But I wvnt up tliow wtairs. Why Can't I Comm- clown thn'm1"' Our troulmli-s wvrt' many during tht- first few days, but wclvc Comm- through with flying colon. Our first xorial cvvnt was a gc-t-ac'quaint1'd danvc. Many' CIHUCKN follow:-d invluding thc- Sock Hop, thi- Imap Yvar lDaiic'1', and last, hut not lvast. our firxt hig lorinal. Boy. wi' lookcd prvtty "sharp" all drt-ned-up. Some of us had our firft fling towaid sports and we did all right. INR- l't'ITll'ITllX'l' soru-i' and all tht- boys running around Statv. Wi' won't lorgvt all thi- fivld trips wt- took. INR- trainpvd down to thi- Stati- Offiu' Building. thi' Nluwuin of Ilixtory and Art. and to a radio Ntation. YM' 1-vm-n wa-nt to Ct-ntral Avvinu' and dra-w :naps ol' it. WR- got through thv vxams. How? YYO rm-ally clon't know. Now wc ara- looking forward to bring c'ighth-grad1'iN. Nvxt yvar we will hz- ahh' to ti-ll tht- "littlv wvc-nth grads-rx" to go down thi' "up', Ntnrs Homeroom Presidents Roiiipkr Wiimiai,sxi.xN ...... .,... H onirronni 227 IQIRTI..-'KNIJ B,xss ,...... ..., ...,.. I 1' oniwrnonz Art -liuxx RIIIJIJLN ,,.,. ...,. I imrirmmrz .724 Sevenfh Grade Homeroom Presidenfs Rolie-rt lN'ilnlu'lsiiiaii, -Ivan Rv-cldvn, Kirtland flaw l 'lil l Junior S+uden'r Councfil Html: Dgmirl llfolk, 'Ixl't'LlSlll'1'l'1 .Kun Cf1'um'lu-r, Vim'-Pre-sid:-nt: Rivhzud l'ldw4u'ds, l'n-siclvlll xllll Stmlyrl, SQ'Cl'Q'llllf, Slunzlirzlg: David W'ilsm1, Sue- Puwvll, ll.1rvz'v Sclllvifstu-in, ling: Lll7t'y, l.g1w1'vm':' BQ'l'lll1lI1, xlilfliillllt' Bullion, l 44 l ACTIVITIES M fi 1 I + V 1 A 41122 a ' ' A f 2 M' 92. ' fm ,,,f WNW avi' U 5 102 H f w 11. 1 , SZ , 'I 4 41 I 5 X- 2 x. S A H' s n . K 4 Mari ,wgwuvvn-mu r", """".l- 1 I f fs , U 4 L f xg A , 4 A h w 1 ff- 'Gu " g N , A num pd. HQ? 3 f . 1 I xv ftp, A ,, 1 i ' 5' I I Y, 1 f s -gif!! 2: 4 ,YW . . 9 fiim-X 1 ,. Qi- ya - Ap A Bnllom Row: Mary Phillips, Cynthia 'liiiinti-rl Nancy Bryant, Paitriviu Cxiniic-ld, Lois Lxiw-titull, Cynthia Bm-rhr-rian, Je-rrinv Kam-, Serorzrl Razr: Lawn-ncv Mon-r, l-'ziyv Kvlle-r, Pe-nnx' Tholnp- fon, Mary Alicw- Le-1-tx-, Sally Sinunonn, Margin-t Niurzni, .Xnnv Ri-qua, Elle-n Sr-igul. Third Ron-' Bzirhum Vain Dyk:-, Susan Bowm-r, Mary Lou D4-itrifh. Marx' NlL'Nkllll1ll'1l, Nlichue-l Nll'Y1'I'S, lirik Huck. 'lop lfillff Rm-dfurd Stmdn-rson, Rohr-it Dvnnis, -lzirin-Q Whitn:-x, l-'ie-ch-iii-k fiorrir-, WH-Nl:-x Nloudv, .XllClll'NY lNilson, Rifliaircl Propp, Bricks and Ivy Ihr- Biuuias .mn Im' ik hnixln-d and in tht- liguidk ul gi nt-xv Ntufl, XM- ull hopi- tht-y will ligm- us rnufh SliIl5lilll'tl0ll an thix ym'ur'x Ntufl' hurl. It Nsux 41 long and vm-ry rough road to thi- final goal, WR- ure- Nun- that if you look hzircl 4-nouqh. you xxill sm- dc-nts in tht- hull from thi- niuny IR-vt that found thi-ir Mllk' to tht- Art Room during tha- long wintc-r nionthx. Dirk Propp. our hard working and tin-le--N 1-ditor. inkpirt-d ull ol' u- with hix Q-in-rgy. 'lllli'I'1' wt-rv thi- Art Stull' IIlt'l'IlI1Q'N. und :avign- ins-ntk for thc- vzrrioux purtx of thi- hook, ull of whit-li had to hm- clonv. Alxo tlu-rv mix tht- l,lIl'I'2ll'y Stull. uhivh wrou- 4-x't-rytliinq which is ri-ntl in rhit hook, und thu- .-Xclvm-rtism-iru-ut Stull' with long rm-vtingk and longt-r hourx ol work to gt-t uclx'm-rtism-- nu-ntk that linvn- much- this hook tht- gn-:it ont- that it ix. Manny of our IIll'Tlll71'IN in-nl to tht- t'onvc-ntion in Nm-xx York and rn-porti-cl Illllllk idx-uk xxhivh xxill ht-lp tht- Ntuil' ni-xt yvur. lt was 1-vc'r'yoiu-'N plvnxim- to work with thi- flririmui gincl Whitt- on thi- Ntia-rt-wlitil Bklczks .xxn IVY und Cfriinkon :incl Whitt- llguu-4-. Our thzinkx go to Mr, Cowlc-y for hix invuluuhlt- uwixtziriu- during tight nionis-ntx und to RIN Dunn Iior t'zm-fully rm-ziding and udvi-ing thu- xxork of tht- Lit:-rurx Stull, Crimson and White September rolled in and with it Came the opening ol school and a new year with the Crimson and White. Wi-'ll never forget the many mad rushes to the piinter. staying 'til all hours working on page lay-outs. ehasing around for late issignments. and of course. the BIG Christmas issue, Syracuse. Milton Canifl. and our portrait of Steve Canyon will always stay in our minds. NNE' were extra proud when Doris Perlman reeeiyed Honorable Riention for one of her feature stories. Columhia University was raided hy fourteen juniory who attended the C.S.P.A. convention in March. Our erowd had a yery gay time and was honored to hear President 'lirurnan speak at the convention luncheon at the famous VValdorf-Astoria. April liound the gang from the Crimson and White working with the BRICKS AND IVY on the joint dance. Chris introduced our new stall, and we began thc ,52-'53 season with Carole ,lean Foss as our new hoss. Botlnm Row: Jarnes Whitney, Francvs Mitchell, Robert Dorn, Mary Phillips, Faye Keller, Mary james, Polly Ann Viner, Judith Brightman, Cynthia Berberian, Ann Croeker, james Cohen, Christine Brehm, Elliot Livingston. Second Roux' Wesley Moody, Nancy Prescott, Carolyn Kritzler, Claire Marks, Caroline Meflrath, jane Carlough, Anne Rc-qua, Carole jean Foss, ,Ioan Str-rnfeld, Nancy Bellin, Harriet McFarland, Sheila Fitzgerald, Anne Strobel, Marcia Hallenbeek. Third Rau-: Peter Dunning, Marilyn Phillips, Carolyn Male, Nancy Olenhouse, Doris Perlman, Susan Crane, Ruth Dyer, Nancy Tripp, Margaret Moran, Beryl Scott, Ronald Dillon. 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A 'flu nf Cr I s t l V35 A . O L 2 . A .. Tri-Hi-Y Botfom Razr: Mrs. McLaughlin, Mary Franees Moran, Shirley Wagoner, Patrieia Canfield, Mary Lou Riehard- son, Allison Parker, Miss Lydia Mur- ray. Serond Razr: Mary James, Faye Keller, Beryl Tracy, Eleanore Pauly, Cynthia Tainter, Marv Ryan, Mary McNamara, Judith Behymer, Isobel Ure. Third Row: Susan Bower, Rox- anna Reynolds, Barbara Van Dyke, Caroline McGrath, Sherrill Miller, Margaret Moran, joan Sternfeld, Diane Bunting. Top Row: Mary Lou Deitrieh, Gail McCormack, Arlene Avery, Frances Mitchell, Sally Sini- nions. 'liri-Hi-Y. a new organization in Nlilne. llllllll' its debut in the fall of 1951. 'l'he inenihers eleeted Mary l,ou Riehardson. President: Nlary Frances Nforan. Viee President: Patrieia Canfield. Secretary: Shirley XYag'oner. 'l'reasurer: and Allison Parker. Chaplain. The Nlilne Hi-Y formally installed all nielnhers and officers at the joint banquet held at liruhaeher Hall. l,ater in the year. the organization held a joint pienie at 'l'haeher Park. As a seryiee projeet to the school. the 'l'ri-Hi-Y refinished desks in two rooms of the sehool. As a serviee to the community. Tri- Hi Y eontrihuted to the lnfantile Paralysis fund. HiQhliQhts of the XVednesday nwht Ineetinffs were the interesting' diseussions and the talks by our Chaplain. Allison Parker. 'l'hese along' with the friendly Quidanee of Miss Lydia K. Llurray and Mrs. Catherine Nlelaiughlin. our advisers. will always stand out in our inetn- ories of Nlilneis 'l'ri-Hi-Y. Officers iXl.XRY l,ot' Rirzirixnnsox ........ Pnyiirlrrll MARY lfiuxcziazs Moa.-xN..l'ire P.'xTR1c:x.x CANFII-ILIJ ....... ........ SIIIRLICY XVMLONI-IR, .... ,X1,1.isoN P.XRliliR ..... ..... -PIAI'.S'fdIlIlf .St'Iil't'fll7'j' .7-I'l'!l.YIl rr: .Cllrzfzlain Mary Lou Richardson Fran! Roux' Elliot Livingston, .-Xndrm-w Wilson, William Hay:-s, Ronald Thornzis, Fri-de-rirk Corrie-, Gi-rzild Lugg, William Long, Willard Myvrs. Sefond Row: james Rulison, Pc-ter Myers, Dc-Forf-st Parke-r, Judson Lork- wood, Edward Bigley, Erik Buck, Ben- nvtt Thomson, Rirhard Br-nnvtt. Third Roux' John Malpzis, Eugvnc- Cassidy, Michal:-l Mc-ye-rs, Harry Vance-, Shvl- don Cooprr, Robvrt Page-. Fourlh Row: Paul Vogel, Louis Snyder, Douglas Billion, Pc-te-r Nrvillf-, Arthc-r l"rc'dc'ric'k. Fifth Roux' Cf-orgc' Nvvillv, Pm-ter Dunning, Rob:-rt Dorn, Pvt:-r Spoof. Sixth Row: Ronald Osborne, Richard Davis. Top Roux' Mr. Gm-rald Snydrr, Farulty .'xdYlSt'l'. Hi-Y Niilncfs Hi-Y Club vnjoyrd un zirtivn' yvar undcr tht- watchful 1-yc' of our vvry hvlpful faculty advisvr. Mi'. Snyder. NNO mvt zit 1-ight p.m. on VV1-dnt-sdays at thc- Y. M. C. A. YN'ith tht- aid of Mr. Tihhvtts. Miss Murray. :ind othvr lizivulty rnvrnhcrs. wt' vstahlishvd 21 Tri-Hi-Y. WR' took rhargm- ol thi- gym vritranu' at tht' home hzlskvt- hall garnt-s as our sz-rvicv projvrt to Milnv. At thc Q-nd of thc first scmvstcr. nm-w nwmhvrs wvrz- indurtcd. During tht- following month. thx-y wvrm- rc-quirvd to wvar hvunivs as part of thvir initiation. A joint hzinquct was hm-ld hy Hi-Y and Tri-Hi-Y at which thc new rncrnhvrs wvrm- formally zicccptvd. At last tht- nvophytvs could doff those beanies! WVU rwciw-d our pins. of which wc arc vvry proud. Tha- final nu-vting and clc-Ction of nvw offiu-rs 4-onrludvd ll full :ind sm-m-sst'ul your. unuld Tlioiiins RoNAl.IJ :XNIJRLXY Chiu.-xi.n FR:-Lnl-gnu hYll.l.I.XM Officers 'I'uoM.,xs, Wirsox .........,.. I zu' l.l 4.1. .....,. v :K C,oRRni ...,., , ...... H .nw-. s ...., Pnwiflnzt -Pzfwirlrrzt Su I'!'fIIl'1' rl-I'f'II.YllI'f'l C 11 Il ffl ai I1 Officers WILLIAM Hmre Pnxzdent NNI sux Vioom I ll Pnszdfnt BIRCIMRD XX XLIUR Secretary Drum CJIARKI 'lzfarunr W1ll1 nn H nes Aclelphol Literary Society to plnn 1 jomt socxrtx dflncc WL n xrncd thr diner thr I' AT upruenunq ill t u Nocut Ihr dlnu proved to hm qllltl succuxful Thr ncxt lwlqnmmnt ln our IIIQKUYIUN xx ls to CllNCllNS xxhmthrr xxx wantnd x FT S A cholarxhlp or I1 lormzl d mu XM xotnd that m would mthmr sponsor 1 srholarshrp fund Our Xl ar Cloud uccuslullx md thc thunr hmhlnd our sOL1fU lsmunx hrothrrhood Ill building mc contxnumfr Ihr xocutx Front R04 Eugmnm C assldx, Robert Denms, DeForest Parker, Ronald Thomas, Ronald Dxllon, Donald Lcshv, Blrmhnrd Walker Bari. Rau Davrd Clarks, Wlllldlll l-laws, Puvr MCNCII l5Bl . . Y . - T, -, Our hrst plojf-Ct this your was to work togcthvr with The-ta Nu and Thesvum hr '- y " ' im, " ' 1 " ' ' - ' - , ' . - 1 ' ' ' "" "' ' ' z 2 - ul V x v . V 1 V K , U. 5. 1 A. . 2 P I I - I. .2 U- x al' ' 'h "-ly" Officers Rom RT NORRI5 If on Arwrmr xx XX II sox 111 Pu szdf nt RICIIARID PROPP Sun an Ric HARD Sursrsr RX Tn asun r NNIILIM1 BR-KDE Sf rfffani at Armr Rohr rt Norrm Theseum Literary Society Good fnlloushlp was our nhuf alm for thu mar Our mm ofhcrrs proud xrrx Capablc Emmons xqrud that tha JOIHI Souctx dlnu xshlch xx ix held ln the xQltLt1Ol'1 of our mu mcmhcrx Lmxarw mcftmqs vurm surcusfullx rstxhllshcd durlnq hom: room pnrlod EWIIXOHI had .1 chancc to pdrtrupatr ln thx 1 Thr mcmtlnqw wr: mduc 1Il0I1ll md IIIUHNIIHQ thu rccuvrd thr fwcultxx hmrtust approval Pllnnlng lor our and ol thx wir pxcmc vms ncvt on thr lqcndx lhls p1Cl'l1C IH thc mountunx vs xs 1 Qrl xt xuccux xuth fun and IilI'CSllUllUIN lor 111 By thls Uma our funds vurr romplatmlx rxhluxtcd Elcctlon ol 1 mm slltl of offlctrs for the commq xc lr concludrd 1 produc tlu war Front Rau Lrwrcnu Wour Ronald Osborn: ax Frsrnhart Flhot LIYIHHSIOH Douqlu Bllll0I1 Prtrr 'vlurs Sfmrzd Roz: Xrlhur Hrlnnnllcr lVflClldtl 'Vinum Richard Propp Rohr rt Norms Xndrrw Vhlson Bark Roz Frm Dodge Xrthcr Prmdmrxclr Frank Pdrlur wlllldlll Br idx Hr nrx C oha n, wlllldlll W :dr lvql 2 ......,.,...... . ...,.................................. P".'1fr1t A, . ' 1 ' ' .' ...............,.....,........... ,, ....,.. I"'- 1 . ' .. ' ...,.,.................., , ,,.., ........ ,............. . - ""'f " N 4 - A A V. .....-v:---.4. ,.,. 4 . .......... .,......, I ' l A5 l - - I . . . 1 'A' ' -2.1 ' I . x ' .A- A' x ' h ' 1 Av V E v 1 I- A1 5' v x 'I' 1 2. 1 1 T ' A 'I 5 If Q ' ul ' . ' 'L b' I l State College Lounge, was rvully "tops." NVQ began the wcond scmcstor wlth the A . l- ' . V . . ' .- 4. . ' A ' 1. . A- 4- -A12 1 ' A x x . I Y I ' ' X 1 ' f I 'I x l is N' t 1 . A A' . -1 . 1 1 l ' Q A X' ' ',- 1 I xv Y , , . A A A . .A A A ., . , A A A I A . A . . A U A . A A A ,, . ' . A V A A A A I 1 , , .A . . . I l ' ' -4 L C - - L t C u . 1 W A' ' x ' x w x x I' xA' :A A' X . H ' . 2 A ' A' Z n l AX X v . ' 52 H 1 u 2 H . v g v if . N 2 "j - ,", ' A ',.l',' 5" ' ,1' I , A AA A, , A. A , A l,A A, ,. , , .,, 1 , , ..A , I A., , A. A , , , 2 .A M Officers XX P1Tr'z N1 xnxx Prfszdent 0 'X XI l Ill Pnszdent R IIXID Huis Snfuanta Arms P ll Ncwnllf Theta Nu Literary Soclety Socxal wctnltnts ol Ihctx Nu mn somumhxt llmllkd 1n numbu thu war Hoxsucr mc dld ptrtlupatt xn tht T -X T dfmu wshlch turntd out to bc 21 great succux NM mlm xuud on tht commlttu xshxth mddt plans lor the Q T A sLhOlarsh1p in 1rd Thu Npllnv Theta Nu xtttndtd PILDICS jointly wlth othtr xouetlex m Nfhlnt We can sum up bt saung that although the scopc of our act1v1t1u term comparatlvtlw small our mutmqs provtd lun IU themsclvcs ind Theta lNu had 1 urx tnjox tbl: Wf'1I' To of Pc-ter Nmullr George- Nullle Peter Spoor Wxlllam N1IcCullx Darl Mxllel Fmnltlxn Stock holxn, Donald Coombs, Francis Rog ltr, lNm1l Brown Stem of 'T' Paul Vogel, Louls Snyder, Bennett Thom son, Rlchard Davns, Rlchdrd Nathan, Donald cIAQlQllIOl"l, Ronald Dlllon H101 T T gg ' 2 .ig gr,-A , 4: -,. ..,........,.....,....... ........,................,,. . Gia R111-1 . I-1'Ll.lQ .. ....,.,....................,.....,..... "- P V PAUL Vomit.. ..,.......,.......,..........,..............,............ Svrfetary xc: ,1 . ...................,,.................. -3- ctu- nv. . . . v,vx. V. ' l'.' ,' , IA. l 1 ., -'- , , K t .gli 5 '-,.,, . ,1'tl- E ' ' I- x-lst T ef ' ' fa "W, 2,1 3 D Y if SPCRTS Nl.fXRY Mf:N.xxi.-xiu,, .,.S'rfrrlr Officers Mrxiu' .'xl.lflli I,i.i-fri ......... l'rwirlr'nl CIARUIAI. IAN Firm J l 'lr 4'-I rriirlrlll CIx'N'riii,x Vli.XIN'l'l-,R lizziimwi .lllllllllgfl Milne Girls' Afhlefic Associa+ion Front 130:16 Miss Lvdiu Murray, Cynthia 'I'LllIlIf'f, Marx .Xlicw Lcr-tv, f:llI'0lYIl K1'il7l1'l'. .S'e'1'01l1l Roux' ,Ioan Sn-rnff-ld, Cfzirulf' -Iran Foss, Sarllx' Sinmrons, Ruth Dy:-r. Huck Roux' Marx' NIl'NLlIll2lI'1l, Yvr- nonu Mc'Nvil. Marx' Iilllilllkfll, Marx Rum, 111' 5. if 132' 35. is wzrihq? FVHHI H0545 lyill Milne Boys' Afhle+ic Associalion lillll YY.ide-, U.rx'id Bimini Larry Bw-rirrxm, Ilmsruci filrum, udwri l.m'lNwu Y ' 1 Rurmld vIlllPIII-XX limi. H0115 M1cl1.n-l Niue-rx, l"l.ml4 l.irlwr, ,Xillirrr Mrliiix, tiiiriilr ll.ir1x X I f-lumrri, YM-slew Mimclx, I.-ri-r l.1pp.u, julirr Hmislmi. fri " f 'ik , , if Ruff if Ufx7n6"? . fall 5,441 I , yi, 1 J y 1522 i il 9,1 4 rl ff! A 3 'Ar 11 Nou mbt r Dtctmbtt Dctcmbt r Dt cc mb: r Dtcembtr anuarx Ianuarx anuary mu in frogan Bath Cotrlt Robert 91 11 91 91 91 912 91 91 q 9 'Vhlnt 'Vlilnt 'Vhlnt 'VI1lnc Milne Vlilnc Milnt 'Vhlnt Milne Va rstfy Baslcefbal I Team f' Front Rau William Wade Birchird Wallttr Dtlqortst Parlur Douglas Bi'l1on torch Harrx Rot Fianl Pirltcr Daxnd C l'1rlf Don tld Coombs Willini H tus Frmdtritlt Page Varsity Record Cambiidqc Axtrill Park Rtnsstlatr Altamont Vlanhasset B C H S St Pttcrs Acadt mx Altamont 'tnuatx 1nu1rx anuarx Ftbruarx Fc-bruan Ftbruarx Ftbruarx Februfttx Fc bru in 1912 912 1912 1912 l992 912 1912 1912 1912 Vlilnt Nlilnt Vlilnt Vhlnc Xiilnt Niilnt VI1lnt Nlilnt Xillllt Coblt skill Rt nsst last C xmbridgt St Pt tt rs Hudson Qoblt skill Au r1ll P irk C At '1dt mx BCH9 8 ll Individual Scormg A Successful Season WVallu-r .. ay-. Parkrr ., Clarke' Pact- .... . clljflllllf Mclius .1 Smith Billion ., .. Whndt- ,. . Parc-r , . fiorrit' . l,t1t'kwood ,. ,t-sliv .. , 8 '2 5 i 88 With the inauguration of 1 ncw schcdult- this year the- rt-cord of tht- Milin- varsity basketball tcam shown-d a marked improvrmc-nt ovt-r thc- re-cord compilt-d ln' lust yt-ar's tram, Starting off th- 1951-52 st-'nson with thru- imprcssivt- wins ova-r Cambridge- .Averill Park and .Altamont 'hi t- losing ont- to Rt-nsst-lzu-r ' class CI cont:-ndt-r likt- Milne' tht- varsity Cagt-rs look:-d forwwrd to '1 succt-ssful st-uson. Ni'lIlh'lSSf'I of Long Island tht- nf-xt tt-am on Milntfs slatm- providt-d thc- bovs not s row to b om - most closclv contvstcd gain:-' only with '1 nict- trip but 11,0 p '-d c - of tht of the- st-ason. Returning from Manhassct tht- cagc- mw- in 1 row to B.C.H.S. St, Pc-tt-rs and Aca vm' strong win ov:-r Altamont. Coming to tht' halfway tc-'im se-ttlf-d down to br:-'ik Q-ve-n in 1 st-ri:-s of four g. -nsst-l'it-r but 1-'ning Cambridq- and St. P-t- 's. R 'dine-n faint- out on tht' short -nd of tht- brittlt- but tg'-vr tht- vt-ry strong aggre- gation from Hudson some- vt-ry rough mom:-nts. Ending th -ir st-ason with loss:-s o 4 C'21Clt'ITlY, CI blvskill, 1 id 1 ' ' s, . 1. ..'., wh" wus considt-rr to bt' tht- most Q-xciting game- of thc- ye-ar, tht- Milnt- caxgt-rs did tztki- the-ir sc-cond of two wins ov:-r .Avi-rill Park, concluding the-ir most succt-ssful st-ztson in tht- past ft-w yt-airs. l 55 l mt-n hit 't bad slump losing 'orc' 'oming l1'tck vitli A p int of tht-ir schedule- ht' 'l1lf'S losin to CIol1lt-sl-till 'md g Plixing Hudson -xt tlu E , V Q 'wx xi' W fx if all' WS Y it w ks Uwmzzazfxw' IM 4 whuy, f 1 f 1 Q1- Ig V: ....... 5 Q M 4 -,vV Q , A f uf Q , ,wpfmff A gym ,Wy X , , x VM , f , ,MX 1 f fg,,5,f' 1? Wy. x M x fm' f law 'wh 1 wg 4 f fa li YR -1632 1' fa Bi UL are 'su 'N Q 1 - 1. , nf A M Ah Q fri v w,,'?r Hi 2 1 423 N Q X , 54 fm? 3? M, ,ZW Q., R , , 7 ff f K' hr 5 2 L 714213, ' fc H T Q yn 1 W, M ! 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' 1 g l y E 4 6 ' ' X 1 f QU we as I J V C Q I ALBANY HARDWARE AND omplznzcnls 39- 43 STATE STREET FRANK H. KINUM Complete Sports Equipment 90 STA'lE STREET Phone 4 3154 RUSHES ARE AININUAL HIGHLIGHTS OF THF GIRLS SOCIETIES HERE IS A SHOT OF OINE OF THIS YEARS RUSHES IN WHICH WE SEE BIG CHIEF 'VIURRAX SLRROUINDED BX HER COUNCIL OF SQL MKS suNNYanooK Acnes I f X f . I I 7 Y 9 v v r v QI' ' -4, LARE c,EoRc,12 7, N. Y. 1 ie IGS! . . . . , v I S I . 9 1 ' 3 D v' ' .9 ' . ' - v . I . A . 1 .l Q n . u I 0 ' 'J 2 U f Wff Cloth f f y Enjoy 37 acres of fun on a former nnlllonalre s estate 20 odd free sports Including pmg pong volleyball tennis blcvcles archery shuflle board canoes swimming etc Danclng Enter tamment Horses Drected actnvltles Near FIFTY THREE STATE STREET churches Best food S39 50 up Wrtte Uncle Gus ALBANY N Y l73 JAMES N11-KINNEX 8 SUN IXLlORI'UR.X'I'IiIJ S'I'ICI'II, If X IIRIII -X'l'URS XYY Y ' uw I n l X ulmok x 14 pmcluuc Austin Ifmpng FllgldVLIS Inc UI XX IU I U10 Bmaclxvu X VIII? 'Mu Xe IX DXXIGHI 011 HILAI A GAS SEHNICE 14 CINFRXI xwxll Imlc phnnc 401 I0 XI I I I XNC UII XND I XS Bl RNI R9 .XI.II. I . . . X. I'h - Q glulvinlgs in his 'cz ' ' vc" ' '- I by 0 W u , - I . , ., A . . . I, . ,Q -J A u ,lu .'IIz 'mr' Y' N1 f 1 1 f 1 jg YW V i 1 f J Q - I x ' '. . . I ,K q .' I 'I"I'l,Illl .XS f " . .- f IHS-A I"I'IfI. UII. E D CARLOUGH JR f eneral Agent and Associates Analagraphers MUTUAL BFNEFIT LIFE INS CO State Bank Bunldmg Albany N Y WILLIAM C STOFFELS Lmoleum Congoleum Rugs and Carpets Phone 3 8.1.12 J9 Central Asenue Albany N Y Soro tx Floor ll Shop t ot s W MR COCHRAINE HANDS IT BACK' ,O plgt ,1 Sh P Complzmenfv C0"1f"l"H "M HAROLD B HARBINGER THE LITTLE FOLKS SHOPt 31 33 MAIDILN LANF Phone 4 .1bI'l Albam New York MCAULIFFE PHARMACY PHYSICIANS SUPPLIES 423 2J Madison Awenue I 77 . . , . l .I v L u I 4 '13 .rs V1 - - . l 1 l F 1 Y , - rr r L' , .17- , . . , . 1 . ri 1' Crm c- o 6'c'r F ' Boy' ear Jun' r Miss ' .' 0 f - Of I , 777 L,--M it i F ' 4 w a ' 4 ff V 1 r ' , 1 . IIUHIIIQ Iscrx I xcnmg HI RIII RVI S RI Srl XI R XINII 1014 NI XIIISUN XX I NI Ihonc 7' I Rl SSO S APPLIANCI CO Inc SKI I S XNIJ SI RN IC I u NIUIII Bendix I Il 1d1 C It CIIN I'O'N XXI XIISXNX 'N 'I cle-phone 1 4 D81 B8. H Rl PAIR I N SIJIQCISIIOIJ NI ICIIIIIC Shop I cmml RLIYIITIIIL, I'h nes 'xllscn 7 1 SLIILIILCVILIN 4 1 1 ADI ING A PHUTU FFSET DIRECT MAIL MIMEUGRAPHING R MULTIGRAPHING Ihonc 4 1908 XI I5 UNI C XXII RA SHOP nc III XI XXII C XMI KXS II uhm lun Munn .ll I 'uk Strut I hom 1 4118 snnox hr I ondmonmg H4 111111, I' qunpmcnl II IITILIIOUSL Il'LllpIlI'0I'l I ork Rnfrngc muon Xuthorlnd IM 1Ic r IRANR SIJUOR HI YIIINC CU I hom I 49011 II IS XRI XX I XI I3 XXX IN I OHN B HAUF INC 'Ihc Housn of u'1Iltx IIN Iunmturc and Rugs C cntral Asenuc Ihonc -I 210-I l 1 2 .' .1 . . .Z .. ' r ' 2 I,A'I'IIAN , H. Y. i Z 'f ' I " . H - , - V I7 .I ' fl-LW .1 - ul 1a-:1L-45-w - ,- -lT2l' ' 1 1 1 1 , Y 1 j 1 . 1 1 . I I , 1 ., ,. X 1 .' . 1' . 1 U 1 2 Y D A M Ng. Lil. mu I1 f....a M, ,, Y ., H., vw H ... ' ' ' A ' A " I ' A ' " ' ' 57 LODGE s'r. - ALBANY. NX. 3 . I 4 I I 7 If I J xi 7 I . ml ' I 3 A' 'z ' Q, .1 '1 " ,. ' Q -- 1 , '- ff 17f I 1 I 3 - "N I 1' I I M I ' ' "' I Cffzrzfffirllrrzlx 1' if ' 'Q1. f'f 1 , , . ' , ' II B li I -IIA C . .1 . .1 .' '. '. Y. -81 3: iangc s JOHN W BRASURE Sz SONS 'WX ,Ig Q h 5 Funeral Dzrectors Szncc 1850 put craru hop emu sn u 1-les 342 Hamxlton Street 12.79 '35 HM fm? Albam N Y ci f.7.-1' ' ' x -A Elullmm ill lang: Bb 6 Arthur M Brasure Frederrck M Brasure CAMPUS SCENES WALDORF CAFETERIA Con ratulatzons to the Class 0 52 Winifred's Bridal Shop Restaurants at Dresses 167 CENTRAL AVENUE OPEN EVENINGS 84- STATIL ST 134 STATE ST AR 3 6714 LATHAM, N Y. I 79 1 'P -' ' Q ,, " ff ' 7 5 u , . A , F ...- x fri . . , ,1'3 uf. , .iq I f v . : . 6. .A , f-I 'Sr-.' ' 'E S ff , rf A LTV' ., ref - - ' '. "' A15 C 17: ' 'rf-,Q-,,..,.ax X? -x , s. a 5 , . ' J U f .5 Always mszsf 014 the ,Quest wer made I FR I or X our Next Shoes CORBATS BOOT SHOP Bl SI'I'R BROWN I INI' for Children und 'IcLn'1 Us 'Il C um il Mcnuc Xllnns N I stabllshcd I88m WATLRK ILLI IAI NURS INC 789 Central Axenun Phom 1 ZZ-Il Automotlvc Industrial IDISIFIIJUIUIS Iflllll Ufl NI BANY Nl II XORIx limn 11 I ION Smhcnu tads IL ns I II XIIINICFLIZIIII Onumm Ixm stun ou hkupsn Inlshmld 'Nhss i HI X VISIIS X NIWNSPX PR AI BABY ARNIX LC NAXX STORI S INC Ihm Store of 'I cn Ihousand Iluns 48 SOC IH PI -XRI SIRII I Phone Jqfbl Albam 7 IN Y Str wart s lu Crm 'lm Co , Inc C olm up .md Wal 1 'I our Own Sund n Xl 4 QI I XIHXM TNI W YORK Iiunldmg 'Nlateu als Iumbcr 19 CINIRXI -XXI U xIblIlX New York I unc 1 1 Xu 0 I phulslum SL il C ONCIN Kuta Inps Iuuk C ushmns N INNX Xl IO IOP CO I 1 NIlIIcr gr I d SII XIII nm ntl Xu I hum 8 0989 I I J 1 ' , ,- I I 2' 1 I ' , x I A I T 7 IE Y ,' ,' I 1 L 1 A I ' P' .Y Y 2. -. r ' J" A' I fv F yx v ,Y I I-'C -I Ii- ' I' , v. . J A 'L , I '. N .. 'I I' , C . 1 1 4 . . , , 1 V I U ,--,, J C II-.I7. , X ,qi , , 3 D t S I C I I JOHN KURTZ, JR., 8: SON e ro: upp y o., nc. I ' "jI' "z:,. - -Q - U IIYL lhv' .f . . Ii I 1 'EAI ' ' 1 I j 'I1 if-33-I J 4 1 A , A 4 I s - ,l,s1N', " 1. ,-, 'ETAE . ,.. I, KU! b , Auxij- i CL1' "as-1 - . 1 ,- " g I9 I,1lI'I'I gc .' 'ca-I .' 1 ", N. Y. P g "-A " '- ,. .". .XlCIc 'ul .1 '-mu' ' -: -. . ,I , xl G R E E N ' S SCHOOL AND OFFICE SUPPLIES I lfts Fngraung Rubber Smmps lb I Rl l 'N STRI 5 Xl IIKNX 'Nl V IORR C mnplzrncniv 0 STATE COLLEGE CCO OE Xour Business Thloughout thx Year Is f neatly Apprc clated Ibone 4 6-H9 135 YVe5tc rn Avcnuc Albany New York BEST YNISHINS FOR Sl CCI SS MFMBI RS Ol 'IHI CI ASS OF 1952 NEW YORK TELEPHONE COMPANY ,8 SIXII Suu xllsxxx Nu XORR T31 Q' 6-If .. .' 8- ' 9 Cif. CET 'l'el:1-3155 1 . .F .I '. fi ' ' ' , . f 4 I ' . . x I N- y I X . 1 . - 1 , , , I, 9 , . 1 1 1 1, ,1 1. 4 J L I I A In flu' 1 . 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 K A J A L from If " 'LET I 1 if '."1' V V 'Q Ct7llZ,1lll71t'?lf.Y , FRANK G. COBURN, lnc. l of ' 279 YVaQhmgton Ax cnue, Albans 3, N Y 20th CENTURY DINER Insurance Surety Bonds Peter and Ted Mchenl Props Phones 4 9492 and 3 4277 PERSONALITIES AT THE ANINUAL BRICKS AND IVE AND CRIMSON AND WHITE DANCE Te'e""""e 4 my THE COLLFC E PHARMACY THI' RELIGIOUS ART SHOP Wilfred J La Point XNNA M and EDWARD COHEN RCll2l0llS Articles f reetmg Cards t 7 North I ake Aw enuc at YN estern Avenue 26 W'arren St. ll5 Central Ave. Phongg 3-9307 Vlens Falls N. Y. Albam' 6 N. Y. isis HOT STUFF ROSI OLDSNIOBILI eo Inc Xrthur I Rose l l I Oli Bl RNFR9 C Rlglllll C o il 6. 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