Morristown School for Boys - Salmagundi Yearbook (Morristown, NJ)

 - Class of 1950

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H . K A , I Af . 4 .w 'D ff F24 f'- -THE FACULTY failing friend in need. While always busy she can still find time for a cheery smile and a helping hand. We Seniors owe much to the Wilkies. They have always treated us as individuals capable of meet- ing our responsibilities: their unfailing enthusiasm has helped us over many a rough spot in our school careers. We sincerely wish them and the school the best of luck in the days to come. Mr Wilkie became Headmaster of Morristown School in lune 1942 after more than twelve years of experience in the field of independent school education belief in the average boy in his innate honesty loyalty and common sense One of his first official acts therefore was the organization of a system of student government He is a firm believer in the ability of boys to govern themselves and during his administration they have been permitted to do so with a minimum of faculty intervention Mrs Wilkie plays an important part in school life as business manager secretary and never- jst' MR. AND MRS. WILKIE Ti U lg' . . . . I . I 4, His philosophy is simple, for it rests in a sincere w F RAYMOND K BINDER Lat1n French A B Hamrlton Upper House Dorm Master Nrckname Horaho Favorrte saymq Srlent glare Usually seen In purple bathrobe .35 'W 0""""'ah IOHN H BURKE Socral Studles AB Colby Athleuc Drrector Coach of Varsxty Fooiball Basketball and Baseball Lower North Dorm Master Nzckname-I B Favorxte saymg l told you so Usually seen Wrong places at wrong hmes IOHN l COLAO Span1sh French B A Yankton College Nickname Coolro Favonte saymg lm all for rt Usually seen lmpeccably dressed 1 A N '. as -V 1 Q - an - 5 . Q , M, 1 ,rm cob rs-ffW r ,5 ,J . 's " ' I - -, I . ., 1 1 . ., 1 . . . - , , 5 . . - , . TAYLOR W COLE Algebra Lower School Math and Sclence A B Bowdom Sur man Football Coach Upper North Dorm Master Nrckname TWA Fa onte saymq Nobody rs I am Usually seen Lookrnq through the mall 23 DAVID A MCBRIDE lr Bxology Chemxstry Phys1cs BS Cornell Varslty Sw1mm1ng Coach Nzclrname Mr Mac Favo :te saying lll cl mb all over you Usually seen Wash ng test lubes HOWARD E QUIMBY Enghsh PhB Yale Varsxty Tenms Coach Lower South Dorm Master Faculty Adv1ser for News and Salmagundl ASS1SlUnl Football Coach Nickname H Q Favorne saymg Ungood Usually seen Wxth Boolre A l .V . L N , . . , . . , . - , I I , ,, 5 - .. I . ., I - A ' ' l - , I ' , . . I' ' f-' i . I ' - 1 . . v ' ' - ', . ' 3 - - RAINEY S TAYLOR IR Hlstory AB Prmceton Master mn charge of hours Lower House Dorm Master Nxckname Ramey Fa ome saymq Oh' Er' Ah' DAMN Usually see Red zn the lace RALPH K WALLACE Lower School Enghsh Mus1c A B Iurlhard School oi Mus1c M A Columbm School Grgamst and Duector of Mus1c Nxclcname Wa Wa Favonte saymg Get out' Usually seen Smokmg R' ' I A ' K , 1 ,A I - -, I . . ., . - -. I v ' ' - . . . . ' n-- ' . - BOARD OF TRUSTEES EDWARD M DOUGLAS Chu! New York VALLEAU WILKIE AMELIA PARRY WILKIE Mornstown Momstown WILLIAM M AKIN H CLIFFORD BROWN IOHN M EADES St Lou1s Momstown Summn PHILIP S KEELER ELIVIER S KING RALPH B WELSH Summlt Momstown MOIIISIOWII i mcn President Secretary and Treasurer CUR GRADUATES 'J gysm 5'w+'i'.'Ed35'- .'.,9.,n4" -Y' I ,NX ,bl an n 4 r 'Wy -ra Na ,Nd GEORGE FREDERICK BLADES ROBERT RUNYON DIEFENDORF IR 22 Colt Road Summlt N I 81 Essex Road Summxt N I Shongum Fzve Day Boarder Shongum Day Studen! Footballfa 6 Vars1ty 6 Baseball Manager 6 6 Operetta6 Baskeiball Manager 5 6 Tennls 56 Glee Club 3 4 6 At Mornstown Four Years Lafayette Operetta 4 6 At Momstown Four Years New Hampshue 1 U - KV ,Q-f 57 ,M ,, rg-va. . '1y1fL,:,f' mf w'-zfd'-ffm' hz. jffglaf .. ff, v 711.7 'fvffiiif' ' '. 2 - .g , afiy - . - --'fi-W . , M- ' J , f- 1- , ev .444 'Z Q..,"' mb-.fx gan! ,,,3T?.f' S -ww, ' Si- , QU ' 1 ,m-,1g32'5,-I, -Q"- ' I -3,7 4 ...fx g . a.,',f.'h 'jf . We ' V - , -4,421.1 - "4 5 T. .QJ A 5, . . , I I I n - 1 I 1 I 1 1 I . , - ANTHONY DOMENICO PEIER MICHAEL HALL 294 Unron Street Lodz N I Mendhcm N I Whzppany Frve Day Boarder Whrppany Day Student Varsny Football 6 Track 6 Football 5 6 Vcxrsny Swrmmmg Ccrptcnn 6 Track 6 A Operetta 3 6 Glee Club 3 5 6 Latxn Pr1ze 3 5 Anson t Morristown Two Years Mzsszssrppr Hard Boulton Scholarshlp Pnze 3 At Mornsfown Three Years Hobart ' ft .,,, 1 . . . 1 - - . ' I . . . . . 0 1 - 1 1 1 I . . . . . I 1 1 1 1 1 1 ROBERT WILLETS HARDY 26 Lenox Road Whzppany Fxve Day Boarder Vars1ty Football 5 6 Captaln 6 Tenms 5 6 Varsny 3 4 Newsboard 5 6 Assoclate Edxtor 6 Salrnagundz As socrate Edxtor 6 Prefect 5 Sen1or Preiect 6 Anson Hard Boulton Scholarshlp Pnze 4 At Mornstown Five Years Prm eton RICHARD HOOVER 535 Grand Avenues Hackettstown N I Whrppany cry Student At Morrrstown One Year Rutgers .wtf 3. 1, og Q . ' 1 1 . . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 - C DONALD CRANE IACKSON MARMADUKE TILDEN IACOBS 15 Lxberty Place Rockaway N I 225 Summn Avenue Summn N I Shongum Day Student SIIOPQUHI Fxve Dcry Border gunch 6 6 H1story Pnze S Operetta 6 Entertamment At Morrlstown Four Years Syracuse Commlttee 6 At Morrzstown Fxve Years Prmceton Q . ,A l Track 5, 55 Swimming 3, Vgrsiqyl 4, Football 8, 6: Varsity Tonnis 4, 5, 6, 6, Captain 6: Salma- iw ' X5 IOHN HEWITI KING IR. ROBERT WORTI'IEN KING 21 Fauiax Terrace Chatham N I Shorvgum Day Student At Mornstown Su Years Umon Washmgton Valley Mornsiown N I Wmppany F1 e Day Boarder Baseball 5 8 Newsboard 5 6 Ednorrn-Ch1ei 6 Salma gundx Ed1tor 6 Prefect 5 6 Anson Hard Boulton Scholar shlp Pnze 1 2 3 5 A1 Mornstown Se en 18015 Cornell l Football 5. 62 Truck 5: Operetta 6: News BOGIC1 5- Varsity Football 6: Varsity Basketball Captain 6: Varsity WILLIAM CHARLES KING ROBERT CUSHING LITCI-Il-'IELD IR 400 West Blackwell Sireet Dover N Union Hxll Road Parsxppany Troy Hxlls N I Shonqum Five Day Border Shongum Seven Day Boarder Varsny Baseball 6 Glee Club 6 Operetta 6 Prefect 6 Varsny Football 6 Varslty Basketball 6 Varslty Baseball At Momstown One Year Bucknell 5 6 Prefect 6 At Mornstown Three Years Brown R w 2 K . . I I I - I . . .I - ALBERTUS IACOBUS IOHANNES HUGH THOMPSON MAXWELL MORGAN van LUTSENBURG MAAS lO Salter Place Maplewood N I 297 Morns Avenue Mountam Lakes N I Shongum F e ay Boarder Whlppcmy Five DOY Bomde' Glee Club 6 Operetta 6 Xfriixtgf gooCSkiDc:gleffmVg1rZ1ty Basketball 6 Baseball 6 Glee At Momstown one Year Lehigh AI Monxsto n Four Yea s Pnnclpxa 1 I.. , . I I I - - ' .I .. .wg I 5514-:vw LOUIS PASQUIN MOGLIA IR WILLIAM HOLLAND MORTON Burnham Park MOIYISIOWH N I 61 Brookdale Gardens Bloomfield N I Whrppany Five Day Boarder Shongum Day Student Varsny Football 6 Vars1ty Football 6 Varsny Basketball 6 Vars1ty Base At Morristown Seven Years Rutgers ball 6 At Momstown One Year Rutgers h 4 , BRIAN MURRAY FREDERICK NORDSTROM Whrppany Frve Day Boarder Whrppany Day Student Football 6 Varsxty Basketball 6 Varsxty Baseball 6 Tenms Manager B O eretta 6 Glee Club 6 p At Mornstown Three Years New Hampshrre At Mornstown One Year Lafayette 4 . l f Woodland Avenue, Plainfield. N. I. 19 Raynold Rodd. Mountuin Lakes. N. I. ROBERT MacDONALD STIRLING WALKER IR FREDERICK PRESTON WETMORE R F D No 2 Booman N I Rock Rxdge Lake Denvzlle N I Whlppany Seven Day Boarder Whlppany Five Day Boa der Football 6 Track Glee Club 6 Operetta 6 Entertam Vcxrslty Swxmmxng 5 6 ment Commlttee Chauman 6 At Mornstown Two Years Ruiners At Momsrown One Year Susquehanna in ,fe - V, A I 1-'. f. .' a,'44' I Z, l, - f I A, 4 , . M4 1 , I' ,, ,, ,4 . QW- , 1" , , ' V" I .V Ma. if Y NF Y' I R K 1 , ,rf A , 4M' ,A i ,I 1 . , 1 , In m, , .4 ' Q '. V ' f , Mn V ' ,.:'.'n " Q ak ' 1 . f 1 n 4 'ij' - "-r , ' K1 Hn, V ' We ., A . St',t.ph 1 . X 7' . h pa Q .Af I , -1.3.1.1 1 0 . . . . . . . . 1 , . . . . . : I I I I ' 1 - , . . '- 1 SIXTH FGRM PULL Most versatrle Class w1ts Most generous Gnpers Most modest Most sarcastrc Marrred frrst Class baby Most pess1m1st1c LQZ1eSl Optrmrsts Pol1t1c1ans Showman Sponger Socral L1on Best dressed Most conscxentrous Happy go lucky Gnnd Morton W Krng W Krng Morton Hardy Nordstrom Murray Lltchfreld Hardy Drefendorf Iacobs Blades W Kmg Maas Maas Murray Murray Lrtchheld Lrtchheld Mogl1a Domen1co R Kmg R Kmg Murray Walker W K1ng Walker Mogha Walker Murray Drefendorf W Kmg Iacobs Hardy Domenrco W Kmg Iacobs Hardy Apple pohsher Done most for Mornstown Done Morrrstown for the most Most popular Best athlete Most lrkely to succeed Best Natured Squarest Handsomest Quretest Most obhgrng Houghhousers Lady krller Brggest bluffer No1s1est Most tactful Most dorruneerlng Most energeuc Most resourceful Mogha R Kmg Hardy R Krng Wetmore Mogha W Klng Morton Morton Murray Hardy Hall W Kmg Hoover Hoover Hardy W Klng Murray D1efendorf Morgan Hardy Iacobs Mogl1a Walker Murray W Klng Walker Mogl1a Blades Maas Blades R Kmg R K1ng Hardy Iacobs I Kmg I Kmg Nordstrom 1 . ,--,,v,,A,,-Y,Y,Yw,A,4,,,,,,,,,,,,v,,A,,,,,, , . . 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' ' A.,..,,..,.,,A,,,,,,,,,,,, ...,..,,.....,..,, ,,.... ,,..... ,,,...,,...,... . . . ' .-w,-----"---w'- 11 ViAAAAA-YiiV----.,----.--'- ' -,,,-,vY----,AA-wA,. t ,,r, ,,,,,,t,,, ..,t, , , , ,,,,, S ' 'A ' H. King ............... Bob ,,t.,ut,,,tutuuu....,.ut... eye-ht .,.,uuu,u,.....,.,,,,...,............. ' ' eeee-ett--W-tt dawn eeeeee A ,eeeeee -vrwee P HUB --ee ee y ' - ' Vv-YAAA.---------w--A---'. ,,,,, ,,,,,,, ,,,,, , V , ,,,,, i tl , . , ' I Vgvgnlnnnnunggngngnnwnwi lt .. .. , , ' . .. I YGUR EYE Lacks le iranca1s Rolls Royce beer age memory d1et body herght t1me back brace Wldlh control muscles ambmon 2 teeth room pr1v1lege enemres decent tre COIHIHOI1 SGIISS Wants To Be F B I agent plantatron owner AllAmer1can Mrnrster T1ger Cub multr m1ll1ona1re Ttmber Tycoon d1plomat Elnstern Chref lust1ce Surgeon Brunon1an shrpprng executrve pharmacrst ham wmner ro race car drrver opera s1nger wmner Will B prrvate eye masher peanut vender success mebrrated kttten clerk Lumber lack doormat Frankenstem ambulance chaffeur honey Chaser drke bullder bOOk19 Spam second Con mechanrc hog caller loser Worst Habxt hoardmg females New York not studymg sleep1ng workmg leavmg M S eagerness explos1ons mdustrlousness phonrng at 8 45 temper losmg temper argu1ng statrc grammat1cal errors gr1p1ng drmkmg beer everythmg Never hurnes bulls pess1m1st1c angry remembers sleepy at M S qulet at Labs 1mpat1ent anywhere calm on t1me can spell d1sagreeable SGl1Sf19d sleeps sweeps r1ght Always smokmg hep wxlhng thmkrng obhgatlons a e fnendly home srngrng 1n Radro Room good natured stumblmg berng teased losmg bets 1n room huslrng heckl1ng Albert ou shovelmg wrong 25 . e . chest ,r,rr r, ...r r,rr. ' ' s. N so or Iustice of Peace ...,r.,.t..... ' ' s-ss s-.-----A w orried s.s. . sssss requesting money ' ' , , P ,,,, , or ..... ,,,,,,,4,A,,.A,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ' ' ....,,..... A ....,.,,,........ ' ' ' - r r ' ,rrr, - V r,ArA,4,44.rA,,,rr,,.,, ' ' A r.crr.r,...r,,,, ,r,,,r,,,, r ,r,,,,,rrr,, 1 We the graduatrng class of nrneteen hundred and frtty do hereby strpulate rn thrs last wrll and testament the extent of our wrshes to be fulfrlled to the best of the abrlrty of our executors I Anthony Domenrco do bequeath to Green rdge my Bop records that he mrght rncrease hrs apprecratron of the truer musrc I Iohrr Rrchard Hoover do leave my frrm founda tron to Mr Cole that he mrght be able to keep hrs feet on the ground I Frederrck Nordstrom leaveth the total care of the tennrs courts to Pete Erlbeck I Donald Crane Iackson do leave my quretness to Bob Remrg that he mrght reach a happy medrum I Frederrck Preston Wetmore do hereby leave I Robert Wrllets Hardy bequeath my drrvers lrcense to Charles Mernll so that Chrppy wrll be able to make out I Albertus Iacobus Iohannes van Lutzenburg Maas leave my temper to Danny that he mrght employ rt to borl Fogelsons mrlk I Marmaduke Trlden Iacobs leaveth an extra drploma to Ioe Rumsey I Wrllram Charles Krng bequeath the phone booth to Cal Edgar so that Cal may call hrs women CLASS WILL I Wrllram Rolland Morton do leave my abrhty rn sports to Fred Hussey so Coach mrght put hrm to some use I Robert Cushrng Lrtchtreld Ir leave my study halls to the school for a recreatron perrod I George Prederrck Blades bequeath my currosrty to Leyland Cobb so that Laddre wrll be able to obtarn everyones Irnancral statement I Lours Pasqurn Moglra Ir leave my spaghettr to Horatro B1nder that he mrght contrnue hrs ieastrng through job assembly I Iohn Hewrtt Krng Ir bequeath the key to the radro room to Stanton for hrm to contrnue work I Hugh Thompsor' Maxwell Morgan leaveth to Mr Mac my recordrng devrce that he mrght rmprove hrs detectrve work at Guss I Peter Mrchael Hall bequeath my brarns to Abe Whrtman so that he mrght exceed Alford rn scholastrc abrlrty I Robert Worthen Krng do leave the sole rule ot Upper North to Nobody I Robert Runyan Dretendorf leave my rmpec cable dress to Dave Farny so that he mrght equal that of Desrderro I Robert McDonald Strrlrng Walker Ir bequeath my shovel to Pat that he mrght contmue rts use I Brran Murray leave my harr to Mark for hrm to clean hrs pots and pans , , ' . . . V . . , I ' ' - I - . I I - ' , . on the Jet. I A I I I ' . . . - - I ' . 1 1 ' I ll ll - . ' ' I . . .. I I . , . 1 ' ' , I . I 1 I , 4 1 4 'L 155 Q? fi 5, iii 1 2 a,. S ,V4 f . ' K ' ' c 'E mn A-- Vi' 'N "I ' i' M ? 4 ,M dtf .9 - I . 'Q X, ' 4 4 S ,V ' L4 ' , Q v ' 1 "" ' 3 , - - x FOI EDMUND R ALFORD 201 Longwood Ave Chatham N I ALEXANDER C ALLEN 144 Loantaka Way MGd1SOH N I CLINTON 1 BARNETT West Mum St Mendham N I LEYLAND M COBB K1tche11 Rd Convent N I MALCOLM S EDGAR CHARLES MERRILL 124 Hobart Ave Corey LGI19 Summlt N I M9DdhQID DAVID H FARNY ROBERT C REMIG Cfqftsmqn Fqfms D9I1V1119 Blltlel' Morns Plcuns N I BOOIHOH N I GERALD W FOGELSON MALCOLM ROBERTSON IR 91 Randolph Ave 14 Midland Dr CARRINGTON H GREENIDGE GEORGE S STANTON 100 Falrmount Ave Halsey Rd Chatham N I Wh1ppany N I ANTHONY I DESIDERIO IR FREDERICK HUSSEY IR LAWRENCE W WHITMAN 135 Gregory Ave Old Farm Rd 370 Farrmount Ave West Orange N 1 Bernardsvllle N I Chatham N I FIFTH FGRM , . . Dover, N. I, Morristown, N. 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L ION R APPEL 2 Peter Cooper Rd New York New York ARTHUR D AYRAULT 2501 West Galer St Seattle 99 Washmgton CHRISTOPHER BIRCH New York DONALD BOURNE IR Far H111s N I EDWIN BUTLER 221 Upnor Rd Baltrrnore 12 Md CRIST DELMONICO Mendham Rd Mornstown N I PETER C EILBECK 22 Sherman Ave Sumrnlt N I MICHAEL H FARNY Morns Plcuns N I KARL W HARTMANN IR 115 Boulevard Mt Lakes N I ALFRED B NUNAN 71 H1l1s1de Ave Short H1115 'NI I EDMUND B PARTRIDGE 30 Ball Rd Mt Lakes N I THOMASI SCERBO Mt Tabor N I ANTHONY DUANE WAHL 472 Mt Kemble Ave Momstown N I RICHARD B LICHTENSTEIN Green Vxllage N I FCDURTH FGRM I 1 I , -. . ' , 1 . I. . , IR. - - Shoreham, Long Island Craftsman Farms Park Rd. I 0 0 o -ral gs - 7 38 'ici' q Q0 D6 fs? un-if It 49 JK 46 if QQ A Front row left to nqht M Fcrny D Bourne R Lrchtenstem K Hartmann E Butler C Delmonxco C Burch D Wahl T Scerbo Bock row A Ayrcrult E Pcrtndge P Exlbeck I Appel I Rumsey A Nuncm '7luuefb ,64dnaZP' IOHN O ALLEN 144 Loantaka Way Madrson N I ROBERT D BALLANTINE Corey Lane Mendham N I HUGH L DURYEE Meadowbrook Ct IOHN F EADES 6 Londonderry Way Summn N I HENRY FEINSILVER 1885 Manor Drrve Umon N I WILLIAM H FRANTZ Tremont Farms Newton Square Pa WESCOTT GRAVES West Caldwell N I 160 Forest Ave M HAROLD I INGRA 18 Dayton Rd PHILIP D IACKSON Mornstown School Morrrstown N I WILLIAM H KENT Glen Alpln Rd Mornstown N I L SCHUYLER MARTIN Washmgton Valley MOIIISIOWH N I IOSEPH P MOGLIA 47 Fcurrnount Ave Morrrstown N I IORDAN RIAK 100 Rlversrde Dr ROBERT S SMITH 4 Green H111 Mornstown N I I OHN W THROCKMORTON Route Srx Walnut Creek Cahf THIRD FORM . . , IR. . D ' , . U I , I , . . . . , IR. h I Summit, N, 1, ' Denville, N. I.. Denville. N. I. I -1' Q O O 31 --.4 Q on . Nur 36 L- 'X' I Allen I Wcshmgton W Frantz Front row left to nght H Femsnlver S Maxim w I Eade I Moqha R Smxth H Ingram P Icckson W Graves H Duryee I Rxak Bock ro H Bcxllantme I Throckmorton 4mm Wham Shall Game Em Aikido: W Kent W Y!! IOSEPH F ALCARO Woodley Rd Mornstown N I MARTIN D BALLANTINE Corey Lane Mendhcrm N I ARTHUR DOYLE 111 Wczshmgton Ave Mornsiown N I IOSEPH A ESTY 629 E Broad st IOHN W WASHINGTON 10 Frcrnkhn P1 Mornstown N I S DOUGLAS FAULKNER 67 H111crest Ave Summlt N I ROBERT W GUNDLACH 77 Prospect St Summ1t N I PETER HERMS Wh1ppc1ny Rd Momstown N RALPH DAVID HILL Bcryberry Lcrne M0uDlG1HS1d6 N I RICHARD C HORNS Rxdge Lcme Coloma N I PHILIP A HOUCK 517 Sherwood Pkwy DAVID KENT Glen A1p1n Rd Momstown N I DAVID LAING Berncrrdsvxlle N IOSEPH P PATERNO Rwerdcxle on Hudson New York N Y WILLIAM H PHILLIPS Post Kennel Rd Berncxrdsv1l1e N I ALLEN F RICHARDS Sherman Park Momstown N I RICHARD W SEABURY III Old Lone HANS SOLMSSEN 75 Essex Rd Surnmxt N I NICHOLAS THROCKMORTON Dundee Ill1no1s ROGER WILSON ALAN C MATHIASEN IR 8 Myers Ave New Provldence N I Denv1l1e N I LOWER SCHOOL Westfield, N, If Westfield, N. I. H Towuco, N. 1. . I . . I . I. I . . Q O O P41-ravwmegn at Front row leit to nght Doyle Houck Solmssen Lcxng Bcllcntme Kent Secxbury Faulkner Wxlson Mcxthxason H111 Bock row Herms Alccxro Fxchords Phmlhps Pcnemo Throckmorton acvzqiae '7fnan, 7fw4f fnaw Wal' 701:41 71147 In r' vm Q -, x I J., Sxttmg from left to nght H Kmq C Merrill R Handy W Kmq Stundlnq H Lltchheld G Stanton STUDE T CGUNCIL W1 3 K i gs L , I - Ig , I ,WI 1 W , 1 1 S g M : A. E K ' it 23255 1 Q A 141, S 31 ,, 9- il Q A xx' V 'fn W QR Gr' PA W I Ax b Fix ev ACTIVITIES ,.Ig.n, ,Ax e, .1 I' 1 ' I f" X6 I I It K w r II I . 5 'I J- I If Q tx V Yqtkownn I' 4 I Q I N I . A I I I .4 1 Q r-- lil Sxttmq lelt to rrghl A Allen A Ayrault R Kmq R Hardy D Bourne Back row G Fogelson R Lrchtenstem I Appel Gorng to Press 141-. ROBERT W KING Editor m Clue! NEWS STAFF Edrtor 1n Chrei ROBERT W KING 50 Feature Wnters ARTHUR D AYRAULT lR DONALD W BOURNE RICHARD B LICHTENSTEIN Alumru Edltor ALEC C ALLEN ASSOC1Gle Edrtor ROBERT W HARDY Busmess Manager GERALD W FOGELSON Assoclcxte lON R APPEL Faculty Advlser HOWARD E QUIMBY SALMAGU DI STAFF Edxtor m Ch1ef ROBERT W KING ASSOCIGYG Echtor Busmess Manager IVIARMADUKE T IACOBS Assocxate ANTHONY S DESIDERIO IR Photography Ed1tor EDWIN BUTLER Faculty Adv1ser HOWARD E QUIMBY ROBERT W. HARDY i THE Front row, left to right: R. Ballantine, D. Kent. W. Kent. H. Feinsilver, H. Ingram, K. Hartman. R. Walker, Director R. Wallace, P. Iackson. I. Fogelson, D. Richards. P. Herms, A. Doyle. H. Solmssen, D. Wahl, R. Phillips. Back row: I. Moglia, I. Esty, R. Lichtenstein, P. Hall, M. Edgar, H. Morgan, A. Maas, D. Ayrault, B. Murray, W. King, R. Dieiendori, F. Hussey. GLEE LUB wil The Glee Club, along with most other extra-curricular activities this year, had to build from the bare essentials. Despite this handicap, it has turned out quite gratifying results. The first performance was in the Christmas chapel service. This was followed by the "Pirates of Penzance" and then finally by an appearance on Prize Da . Tyhe major performance with the presentation of the "Pirates of Penzance." Singing, acting, and plain hard work combined to make the operetta a great success. This success can be awarded to no single person but was the result of cooperation and teamwork between principals, chorus, and director. The skill and prowess of the stagehands accomplished miracles with Upson board, so that very excellent sets of the rocky coast of Penzance and a ruined chapel were produced. The net result of these efforts was a Broadway quality production. The unsung heroes of the show such as electricians, carpenters, and general handymen and kibitzers must not go unthanked. The inspiring impulse behind this force has been the director, Mr. Wallace. He must be thanked for his unrelenting work and patience in directing the Glee Club. He is the sole person who is responsible for making the Glee C1ub's successes possible. no ,M g,.n.a1-fl---' l " ' e 5? :? M 'Y ' Q 1 1 ' S I . g ' 0 ' ' I N ..,- .. mantra- F I :AJ x ' 't ,.,,,, I-' L... f .fr 1' 0 ' ' " . , Aff ' 4 ...., ' .C A ' -' . ..-rx A - -W - . ' W s.. .. ,.. - -. -A , -.' - , , X , ,Y--4 1. - ' if' , . h ' x wr- x - 1. m ' - - " : f ' , .5 M . , -f. b ' -f ,rw , xx.. -' --.4 , -- . . -A. , ,M Avy. . V. .N - . . .. I I .- . , g Q33 , '.,.' -,. X -."'f , . ' ' N - f , ..-tv. , Q -- 1- r""'L,, ' "3 . -.' f ,, . -Msn .,--' .1,.- I Q- -r'm.ji'v-Ag A' .. g ' ' ,.,n - .g - , . -.. . .. A ,, .sA., ,VA K ..,- . ., . ... ..r., ' ' , -. 'A X, q A 4 Q--Y nz ly, 4. ,gs:N. q,w 'ff - vkf - -f.. 'J w 1NQn,-,mH. L ..U','f'f. gf ' . H - j x ,, V . 7, ---. ' V f div. ATHLETICS s I My 4:11 94' N ,Q - -f 5 . . ..-A -Q,-xi , .1-az, .M ' .H- 43 fensrve strategy was based on the stngle wmg as 1t was FCDGTBALL The wxns and losses column of the 1949 football season was a far cry from the undefeated record of last years mxghty squad We lost vrrtually all of our expenenced talent w1th the exlt of the sen1or class last fall and Coach Burke devoted thxs season to burldrng a ground work for more successful teams rn the years to come In th1s respect the season was a success for evrdently expenence o1led the cogs of our offense by the last two or three games although the defense was lacklng rn last year and our defense operated on a Captam Hardy ably frlled the notch at Blades and Domenrco at the guards Maas Deslderto at tackle and Barnett Moglla Throckmorton at the ends The backfreld were carned out by Morton Kmg Wahl o 3 21 basls center w1th Ellbeck and Edgar and asslgnments Eades and Greenrdge Murray was our PAT specrahst At the beg1nn1ng of the season Mr Qurmby who helped out Mr Burke throughout the season bore the entrre task of coach1ng due to Mr Burke s untxmely rllness Although they would have had reason to lose hope as the season wore on w1thout a vrctory the team worked just as hard perhaps harder m practrce as at the beg1nn1ng of the year for whrch they should be glven credlt After the 48 tnumph we were due for the IH evrtable poor sea on Th1s season can be counted a success rn xts own rrght rf rn the years to come the team takes advantage of experrence gamed thrs year If they do we can look forward to better seasons to come Englewood Delbarton Pmgry Solebury Hun St Bernards SCORES Mornstown Morrxstown Mornstown Momstown Morrrstown Morrrstown COACHES BURKE AND QUIMBY ' , ' , ' , ' ,.........,,..,. ......19 ' Q . . . 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BASKETBALL The graduat1on of last years entrre team left Coach Iohn Burke rn a very unfavorable s1tuat1on wrth whrch to begm thrs wrnter s basketball season It was to prove the undomg of a thrrty four game w1nn1ng streak com prled rn three years at the Boulton Gym The game team won f1ve whrle losmg a total of thrrteen games Inexpenence and a decrded lack of herght played therr roles rn crushrng a fme three year basketball record at Morrrstown The one three one along wrth the qurck break and run mng offense were coupled wrth a slrdmg zone defense to formulate the season s tactrcs The qulck break was led by B111 Morton r1ght forward and Bnan Murray at left forward who worked eff1c1ently together to tally many buckets rn thrs manner of play Bob L1tchf1eld our lanky center w1th hrs hook shot and tap ms was valuable to the team At the guards there was Albert Maas a good rebound getter and Captarn Bob Krng who worked ably from the prvot These are not all who deserve men t1on here however for the team was also greatly Chrppy Merr1ll at guards Bob IS the only one of these not returnrng next year whrle the whole frrst team w1l1 be lost by graduat1on The season was hrghhghted by two v1ctor1es over Stevens the f1rst handrly and the second rn a trght 51 50 affa1r along w1th two set backs handed to Wardlaw T e most st1rr1ng success of the season however was a 42 39 upset of a strong College Hlgh team But the tradrtronal P1ngry revenged four consecutrve losses by two v1c tones over the Crrmson fwe It was certalnly no fault of Mr Burke s coachrng that we had not a more successful season for he worked hard wrth a small green team to wrn unexpectedly the frve games We all w1sh to thank h1m for hrs unrelentrng effort and support The boys who recerved leters for therr work rn varsrty basketball thrs year were Captam Krng Morton Murray Maas l..1tchf1eld Merr1ll Hardy Edgar Eades Wahl and Manager Drefendorf SCORES Stevens College Hrgh Oratory Oratory Eastern Wardlaw Hun Delbarton P1ngry Stevens St Bernards Delbarton Wardlaw P1ngry Montclcur St Bernards Eastern Morr1stown MOH1SlOWH Morr1stown Morr1stown Morr1stown Morr1stown Morrrstown Morr1stown Morr1stown Morr1stown Morr1stown Morr1stown Morr1stown Morr1stown Morr1stown Morrrstown Morr1stown , - - ,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.l,,,,,,, 37 ' 54 . . . . . 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M38 ' ' ' ' . ----ss----ss,l.-rr'sAA---.-s 45 ' Front row left to nqht D Wahl M Edgar A Maas B Murray R Krng captam W Morton R Hardy R Lrtchireld C Merrxll Back row R Drerendori manager C Greenrdqe R Smrth R Lrchtenstem D Ayrault I Throckmorton I Mogha I Eades A Doyle ROBERT KING Captam COACH BURKE MOII1SlOWnS swxmmmg team 1n 1ts fourth season was greatly handlcapped by srckness and 1nel1g1b1l1ty so rt was able to obtaxn only two swzmmmg meets and one pract1ce meet Under the able coach1ng of Mr McBr1de the boys d1d as well as could have been ex pected Although we d1d not wm any meets they were all close and rt rt werent for a lot ot 1ts we would have had a more 1mpress1ve record The practlce meet w1th Columbta was dec1ded by the relays at the end We t1ed one and lost the other thereby los1ng the meet by 37V2 to 28V2 The meet w1th Mornstown Hlgh we lost by just two pomts although we were ahead by f1V8 pomts before the last relay In the last meet we very nearly beat Delbarton rn the thr1ll1ng crucral race whrch we lost by a mere toot and rn Wh1Ch Delbarton beat the pool record George Stanton was the hrgh scorer garnmg hve hrsts for 25 pomts for the Cnm on and Whlte Fredenck Wet more our second h1gh scorer won 21 pomts dur1ng the season not count1ng the relay 1n whlch hrs team came rn second The letters were awarded to Peter Hall Captam George Stanton Fredenck Wetmore Robert Gundla h and Malcolm Robertson SWIMMING Columbla H S 37W Momstown H S Morrrstown H S Delbarton RESULTS Momstown Momstown Momstown Momstown 'tw COACH MCBRIDE 4 M 9999 . , ' ' ' . 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Front row leit to rxght P Houck R Duryee I Esty P Iuckson M Robertson D Horns Coach D McBr1de Bock row E Butler H Morgan Coptcun P Hall F Wetmore D Forney G Stanton S Gundlclch ROBERT HALL Captain Morrrstowns 1949 tennxs season turned out compara trvely well wrth a record of one wrn one loss and one t1e As IS usual the sprmg rams held the tennrs team down and brought about the cancellatron ot two matches Captam Crarg Schoonmaker was Morrrstown s number one man Pete Wagner number two and Allan Krrby number three rn the srngles department In the doubles N1ck Barnes Laddle Cobb Bob Hardy Duke lacobs Bob Drefendorf and D1ck Llchtenstern were the Morns town standard bearers Under the able coach1ng of Mr Howard Qurmby the team developed very well The team was worked 1nto shape for the hrst match w1th Prngry on May 2 Crarg Schoonmaker was downed by Prngry s ace Rodger Kmg 7 5 6 1 Krrby and Wagner succeeded rn defeatrng therr opponents but Barnes and Cobb were beaten Unfortunately rn the last match rn whrch Hardy and Iacobs played the ram carne at an 1ndec1s1ve pornt and halted play wrth the score t1ed at 2 matches aprece In the second match w1th Montclarr Academy Morns town tasted a 41 defeat Schoonmaker Krrby and doubles combmatrons of Barnes and Schoonmaker and Wagner and lacobs were beaten Wagner s smgles v1c tory was the sole w1n rn what proved to be a senous defeat Carteret came to Morrrstown to meet defeat at the hands of the Cr1mson netmen In thrs match Schoon maker Krrby Iacobs and Schoonmaker and Krrby won the1r matches The only setback was taken by Dzck Lrchtenstem and Bob Drefendorf TENNIS To cllmax the season Dan Ayrault and Allan Klrby won the Ivy League doubles champronshrp and Cramg Schoonmaker was the runner up rn the smgles after a t1ghtly fought match Recervmg therr Ms were Captarn Schoonmaker Ia cobs Ayrault Barnes Cobb Wagner Krrby and Man ager Kmght SCHEDULE pmgry 2 Mornstown Montclaxr 4 Mornstown Off COACH QUIMBY . , ' . - i - 0 . - ---- I - ----AA-VAV-,-'.V------ --1 I l 1 . 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X ': ' I , ' eff ,N F' SCHEDULE BASEBALL When star catcher Elmer Kmg was badly rnjured ln a r1d1ng fall and barred from baseball th1ngs looked black for Morr1stown The Cnmson baseball club of 1949 estabhshed an unexpectedly good record however as 1t extended a w1nn1ng streak to 1ts frnal twenty f1fth consecutrve game and copped the champronshrp cup rn the North Iersey Ivy League The team was v1c tonous 1n 14 of therr 17 attempts It was led to 1ts success by the p1tch1ng sk1ll of our two hurlers Mlckey Solodar and Len Iansen Erther of these two made up a powerful battery when coupled wrth catcher Peter Wagner At the pr1mary corner of the mfreld Bob Lxtch fleld gave a talented performance rn the executxon of the f1rst basemans dunes Also between Mxckey and Len the plays at the key store sack were ably handled Drxre Walker moved around short 11ke a real pro to f1ll the other half of that rmportant comb1nat1on down the m1ddle At the hot corner Alan Bogardus d1s played excellent ball ln handl1ng the plays from that pos1t1on The seldom bothered da1sy p1ckers were com posed of Burt Talmage 1n left Vtc Lance and Bob Kmg rn center and Boyd Iones 1n r1ght f1eld Wrth h1s as a foundatron and Elmer Kmg to ass1st Iohn Burke burlt a much feared team at the plate parred w1th an e cellent defens1ve comb1nat1on to w1n the Ivy Leagues baseball laurels Outstandmg 1n the seasons vrctones were trrumphs over Eastern Delbarton and Oratory whrle we splrt wrth our r1val Pmgry whose w1n broke our streak We also scored wrns over Wardlaw Barnard St Bernards College H1gh Solebury and Stevens whrle losmg one each to Pmgry College H1gh and Montclarr Academy The followmg were awarded letters Lance Moore Talmage Lrtchfxeld E Kmg Walker R Bourne R Kmg Solodar Iones Wagner Bogardus and Manager Blades Barnard St Bernards Pmgry Solebury St Bernards Hun Pmgry Solebury College H1gh Eastern Delbarton Oratory Montclarr Academ Eastern Wardlaw Oratory Delbarton Y COACH BURKE X Morrrstown Morrrstown MOII1S1OWD Morr1stown Mornstown MOII1Sl0WH Morr1stown Morr1stown MOII1SlOWH Morr1stown Morr1stown Morrrstown Morr1stown Morr1stown Morr1stown Morr1stown Mornstown N xl' Seated rn front F Greenberger Frrst row V Lance A Bogardus co captam E Kmg co captam S Solodar B Iones B Talmadqe T Moore Back row R Kmg P Hyland R Bourne R Lrtch held A Throckmorton A Maas D Wahl C Merrrll manager Blades . A V TRACK The 49 track squad wh1le not chalkmg up an 1m pressrve record rn the way of v1ctor1es d1d manage to lay the cornerstone of new and better squads to come and to lure some latent talent out of h1d1ng In addltron to the more or less tradrtronal meets we competed last year 1n the Penn Relays As to outstand1ng talent we were bequeathed Burt Talmage by Mountam Lakes who led the freld more often than not rn the 100 When not concermng hrmself w1th the hrgh and broad lump events Al Throckmorton turned m a substanttal 220 Alan Ktrby fulf1lled amply the prophecres of Coach Besse and the sages who have fre quented meets and practlce sesslons rn years past As for the d1stance runmng Ph1l Qumn added more than one cred1table performance to hrs 11st of mrle v1ctor1es The M S squad f1rst sallred forth agamst formrdable Chatham Hrgh and held them to a t1e untrl they lost therr foothold rn the broad jump and Chatham emerged vrctorxous Alan Krrby was the only man to taste vlctory 1n our next meet versus Montcla1r Academy and even Alan was nosed out rn the 440 m the P1ngry meet whrch followed Thrs cut short Alan s heretofore unbroken strmg of 440 v1ctor1es Phxl Qumn however saved the day at least rn part by takrng frrst place money rn the m1le In a tr1angular meet wrth Delbarton and Oratory we got a shce of the wrnner s spotls by downmg Oratory although Delbarton d1d l1kew1se to us Evxdently rt was not rn the stars for us to w1n a meet rn 49 because we bowed to Delbarton who had a bare quarter pomt advantage over us rn the b1g event of the season the octagonal meet w1th our fellow members of the North Iersey Ivy League One must not conclude from the above meets that M S had a dearth of talent but the cards just seemed to be stacked the wrong way and some of the decrsrons bordered on the photo-f1n1sh The varsrty letter men were B Talmage A Throckmorton A Klrby P Qumn F Cole A Dudley W Prtman A Bogardus and O Rand Mgr It m1ght be added m closrng that rn the face of a d1s couragmg season the e boys more than earned theu letters Chatham Mornstown Montcla1r Academy Mornstown Prngry Momstown Delbarton Oratory Momstown Delbarton Oratory 14 St Bernards Momslown 3 College Hrgh Eastern Academy i .. 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