Mount Vernon High School - Maroon and White Yearbook (Mount Vernon, NY)

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The shaft stands, a monument to the man whose strength and leadership brought this country into being-George Washington. He was a man of action not merely thought. Yet ever he strove to follow those lofty ideals which he had set up for himselfg ideals of honor, truth, faith, unselfish devotion to a cause, perserverance, and moral strength. They made him a great man and a true citizen, and they stand now and forever for tts to follow. Today, in the year 1932, two hundred years after his birth, the citizens of that land which he saw created are honoring him. His country has grown from a group of thirteen tiny states to a huge land of rolling plains and towering mountains, of thronging cities and gigantic machines, a land of splendor and magnificent life. Throughout this land, his name is gaining new significance, and his life is furnishing new and lofty inspiration to many thou- sands of boys and girls. The quiet beauty of Mount Vernon, impreg- nated with the spirit of the great and good man who lived within its peaceful rooms, spreads its calm influence over the country teeming with life and movement. May we, whose school and city carry that name, never lose sight of the standards which its master followed. Into this book, as it combines the artistic and literary talent of the Mount Vernon High School, we have tried to put a suggestion of the spirit of Washington and his times as it applies to our life in the past four years. This is the record of our deeds and achievements, of us-who have lived, at times blindly perhaps, but ever joyfully and high-heartedly. This is a book of memories but also of hopes. Our larger life is yet to come, but it will be greater and more beautiful because of these years of study and play. What we have learned here is the foundation of all our future knowledge. The foundations being strong, our lives will he straight and true. So, we, who must see new and greater nations visioned out of and through those of today even as they, in turn, are growing through those of the past, we-boys and girls today, men and women tomorrow, students alwayseqmake this' slender book for remembrance. We shall go forward with our ideals and look back with joy. THE EDITOR. Nineteen Thirtyftwo Q Page F ive TO THE GRADUATING CLASS CF 1932 T IS with much pleasure that I look back upon your four short years in Mount Vernon High School. I say four short years, because you are the ulast of the freshmen", since, in l929, the school became a three year senior high school. When you read these lines, your minds will be turned toward college and -business activities. You will be thinking of plans for carrying into effect the ambitions and aspirations formulated during the past few years. If you have utilized your time and energy to good advantage in preparation, this will be to you a new source of satisfaction. Many of you have taken an active part in building and maintaining the standards of the school. Your names, as this annual indicates, are intimately asso- ciated with constructive activities. You, who have given of your best, in return for the best that the school has offered, are doubly rewarded. The year 1932 holds for you two memorable events. It is the year of your graduation from Mount Vernon High, and the year in which is being celebrated the bicentennial of the birth of ,George Washingtbn. You are to be commended for making the bicentennial the theme of your annual. As Washington was true to the ideals which through him -became the foundation of a great nation, so may you be true to the ideals which the school has endeavored to implant within you, and make them the foundation of a great and a good life. I would that your talents and those of the thousands of graduates of other schools might be dedicated to the perplexing problems of the day in such a manner that this year 1932, this bicenten- nial year, might mark the birth of a new era in the social, political, economic, and international history of our nation. Our thoughts and good wishes will follow you out into the world, and we trust that we may have many opportunities of rejoicing with you in your successes. We hope and expect that you will develop new and worthwhile loyalties, and at the same time remember with affection Mount Vernon High School. Sincerely yours, Principal V Nineteen Thirtyftwo Page Six A V v4xfV'VAxfNr VXI V V VAVAv'v'xf'v'v V V V V V V 'V'v'v4v'v'v'v'v MAROON AND WHITE . Nineteen Thirtyftwo Page S . MAROON AND wH1TE ge Page Eight 4 l lr , . . , e icae is E THE FLASS OF l9'32 cl d t th 3 book to MR. CLYDE 0. THOMPSON, because we know and a reciate him as a PP man who has given his whole heart and his l best efforts to the cause of edncationg be- , cause we are proud to know a man who has done so much for our own students and the QP students of the whole countryg and finally, 2 because we value his kindly help and gen- g: erous counsel. 4 l 4JNfNr'vAvAxfNf'v'xfNfAvAsrNr-VNfAv4xfNf'VNf Nineteen Thirtyftwo MAROON AND WHITE 0, Nineteen Thirtyftwo Page N L 0 Page Ten ONVVARD Crowning a lofty wind-swept bluff, our Alma Mater stands- An all sapient mother with portals wide. Inside her gates untutored youth Three brief but happy years abide In quest of knowledge and of truth: Departing thence to guide life's craft with stronger, steadier hands. A spirit near her mellowed walls abides, wreathed in space. The outline dim, yet manly, strong, Though twice a century has sped Since first he came to right that wrong For which his new found country bled. Thus the f'Father of his Land" became the founder of a race. And now from him has come the torch for us to carry on. From Alma Mater's fostering care We plunge in life's tempestuous tide: If our buoyant strength a friend may share As together the crest we ride, A living flame will burst from the torch passed on by Washington! Helen Elizabeth Ewing Ax!X5vAwfNf'w fAv?f5f'1?v"1l5f'Nl' Nineteen Thirtyftwo FACULTY "Let us impart all the blessings we possess, or ask for ourselves, to the whole family of mankind. . . Example, whether it be good or bad, has a power- ful influence, and the higher in rank the officer is who sets it, the more strik- ing it is. . . Let us erect ai standard to which the wise and honest may repair." -Gr-:once WASHINGTON. X 1 MAROON AND WHITE 9 ADMINISTRATION Hugh H. Stewart .... ..... P rincipal A. B. Davis ..... ..... P rincipal Emeritus Clyde O. Thompson ..... Assistant Principal Maurice F. Childs . . ..... Vice-principal Grace T. Lewis . . . . . . . .Dean Nineteen Thirtyftwo O Page Eleven .f V if O-g-i' MAROGN AND WHIFFE 1 s Q ,Rf XZ, ' 1 x . x , l J Q, Pug? T l Nineteen Th-irtyftwo f2,4Ai-fy O 9 ,MAROON AND WHITE ... -'ll--T Q kgs W5 Q ,Lx,k5TJU.-..,f L E ,,,,gL., L0-4414+-f ,,,,f.1,.2! Nineteen Thirtyftwo 0' we off- 1' Q age Thirlfewl x. Q MAROON AND wHlTE o FACULTY, M. V. H. S. Walter D. Addis-Adviser Lucy Mae Allen-Social Science Charles H. Altschuler--Directed Study Marie C. Babcock-English Bernice H. Bailey-English Anton O. Bierman-Typewriting, Bookkeeping Florence I. Blackburn-English Melva Breining-Mathematics , Alice V. Brower-Englishabaub il- Florence E. Brown-Mathematics '-2' JF Frank P. Bunker-Science Frederica B. Carleton-Typewriting F. Lawrence Carrier-English Lenox E. Chase-Economic Geography Genevieve H. Cheney-French fLeave of Absencej Irving Cheyette-Band Instructor Marion C. Cleveland-Mathematics Walter G. Collin-H-ead of Physical Education Harry A. Collins-Spanish Jeanette Creekpaum-Bookkeeping Robert E. Dodds-Art Elsa H. Drum-Librarian Alice Edwards-4French Edith M. Fairchild-Science Mary M. A. Finley-Typewriting Roberta M. Flemming-English Tekla Gustafson-Arithmetic Louis I. Hand-Economics Sara Harrell-Auditorium Supervisor Arthur Hatch-Spanish Dorothy A. Helme-Shorthand Vera P. Jaros-French, German C. Bishop Johnson-Head of 0ral English Anna S. Johnston-Head of English S. Helen Johnston-Head of Mathematics Eliza J. Jones-Social Science Joseph W. Killian-Arithmetic Lorenia M. Kimball-Typewriting Elizabeth von Kokeritz-English Francis W. Kroner-Economic Geography Samuel G. Kurtz-English M. Dewitt Landon-Commercial Law Florence M. Leighton-Spanish Josephine M. Leonard-Business English Caroline M. Locke-Head of Latin Nevada M. Lyon-Latin Laura W. MacDonald-English Grace MacDougall-Latin Malcolm MacGregor-Head of Science Clara F. Mann-Head of Social Science Mary F. McGuiness-French Herbert H. Murphy-Auditorium Supervisor Lawrence J. Murphy-Social Science Emil Neilsen-Head of Music lsie L. Nourse-Art Earl E. Oswald-Physical Education Edna L. Palmer-Head of French John M. Phillips-Latin Dorothy N. Prescott-Typewriting Lucy B. Proctor-Librarian Catherine I. Rhodes-Mathematics Mary H. Riddle-Latin Clara Bosengarten--German Martha A. Sargent-English James H. Searle+Social Science Hannah C. Sherman-Domestic Science Marieta Shibles-French Ruth D. Taxter-Bookkeeping Elmer M. Taylor--English Muriel E. Taylor-Physical Education Nancy M. Torres-English Howard B. Tuggey-Science W. June Turner-English Rachael Vreeland-Shorthand Helen E. Walther-Mathematics Clara Belle Watson-Mathematics William C. Wells, Jr.-Spanish Gertrude M. Wheeler-Science Marguerite A. Wight-Physical Education Georgianna Williams-Shorthand Willard H. Wyeth-Mathematics Eleanor M. Young-English Mary W.. Young-Social Science OFFICE STAFF Abbie C. Stewart-Leave of Absence Elizabeth Worstall-Teacher Clerk Katherine I. LowQ+Secretary Gertrude E. Porter-Secretary Frances L. Keller-School Clerk Elizabeth L. Gress-School Clerk Ethel G. Thompson-Dietitian Edward D. Hickok-Custodian Q Nineteen Thirtyftwo 9 Page l"ou rlccn Jill- -- -' 111- V -1.41lnQ- - - ---+ -- --it --P -il' 4----- Nineteen Thirtyftwo Page -E-+-- MAROON AND wr-MTE - 171-Qslig L 41UIif9bP'3FlVt1mV,QJLQ,L,Ws5Uvw. 46' 5 lf, x C W V, .eCm....g.s "E?VVi"7bW ,Q?" Qiiifkffp? K we we W , ,- EX ftfglfwfbfax Najaf? 1 tug is Y. .W-QW e TH Q31 5? 3154325 5wle'fZ: 5 W. ,W Wx .Wa I HW., Iain A A H ,J we +view Qifk Q v ,. kxxzidgvf , V. - V . t b .CX Xgulse XS 'NW '3 1 MAKE? fifiw Si E WW '95 ,'f'gA'f5-.Zfi:1Lk3'3XKl by W., V. .x.Z.l Q 5 is A gf 63.15.-feline 'Q Q V! 3 QS U WW' QOZIJZEHJMAW A m51j5fQ1Mf2:p?fL Wg?W is si , r tt ' uav. ff" 'vf' 'fggfgjgy V 9' M :N win 2 Lhvad yfgggyyf fd N M is 5 3Ei?OwGTH!fAn,5g0qu JVQjeQ,g in WWQR, ,wmji 523352, U, 3 Wwgfqwgwi - emfy ax Qgfixyi K! QQ 34523 zffvfm 'awe iramuw Ljfgfvfv fer? W xi mpcpcj hinvrwn Nineteen Thirtyftwo I ,E GLASSES "It is therefore absolutely necessary, if you mean to make any fgure upon the stage, that you should take the frat steps right. . . Your future charaaer and reputatabn will depend very much upons the habits and manners which you contract in the present penbd of your life. . . . . . The friendship I have conceived will not be impaired by absence. . ." -Gnoncs WASHINGTON. v-v is , ,gn MAROON AND WHITE SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President-John Furlong Vice-president-Joan Tompkins Treasurer-Stafford Knapp Secretary-Norma Eckhardt Treasurer--Robert Blissert COMMITTEES Nicholas Cuzzi Allen Cornish Madeline Hood Ruth Hirsh Richard Olsen Eugene Olsen Maurice Seydell Mary Jane Kevan Leonard Lake James Graham Nicholas Cuzzi Richard Bullnheimer RING AND PIN Robert Blissert-Chairman Joan Tompkins Robert Fox GIFT Mary Lee-Chairman Hazel Schechter COMMENCEMENT Addison Scoville-Chairman Janice James William McNulty SENIOR PRoIvI Joan Tompkins-Chairman Rosemary Allen Stafford Knapp Donald Lathrop Elizabeth A. Kelley Donald Bussey Margaret Lee CLASS DAY Norma Eckhardt-Chairman Suzette Seres Seymour Sims Ethel Griffiths SENIOR Dues Robert Blissert-Chairman Stephen Yohalem Margaret Weber Nineteen Thirty-two 9 MAROON AND WHITE SENIOR CLASS VOTE Most popular boy Most popular girl ....,.... Boy most likely to succeed Girl most likely to succeed Most ingenious boy Most ingenious girl .. Best lioy oralor .... Best girl orator .. Most loyal boy . . .. Most loyal girl .... Best actor .. Best actress Hondsomest boy .... Most beautiful girl Shiek ...... Vamp ..... Best dressed girl Pessimist . . . Optimist . . . Class Clown Peppiest girl Peppiest boy ....... Favorite meeting-place . Favorite actor ...... Favorite actress .... Favorite newspaper .... Favorite radio hour Most disliked dish in the lunch room Favorite motion picture Favorite musical comedy Favorite drama . . . . . . . .. Most popular song Best dressed boy . .. Most energetic . . . Most modest Best dancer Best musician Best smile . Luckiest . . . Wittiest .... M. V. H. S.'s 0 Page Eighteen ..-.-.--...-... greatest need ... Frederick Carney Madeline Hood John Furlong Helen Nicholl Frederick Philips Helen Nicholl Philip Welber Roberta Bowerman Addison Scoville Mary Jane Kevan Stafford Knapp Joan Tompkins Harold Anderson Madeline Hood Frederick Neuberth Janice James Janice James Philip Welber Allen Cornish Donald Neuman Mary Jane Kevan Fred Neuberth 'iItchums" Clark Cable Joan Crawford New York Times Guy Lombardo and Burns and Allen Hash "Arrowsmith" i'Hot-Cha" "Strange lnterluden "Paradise" Stafford Knapp Stafford Knapp John Furlong The Olsen Twinsg Seymour Sims John Furlong Leonard Lake Seymour Sims Bigger school Nineteen Thirtyftwo Joan Tompkins r' MAROQN AND WHITE -iQ-T-I SENIOR ALPHABET A is for Allen, who's jovial to greet, B is for Benmore, so clever and sweetg C is for-gcsmey, a jolly good scout, D' is for Day, a good student no douhtg E is for Eckhardt, so slender and slim, F is for Furlong, who orates with vimg G is for Guenther, a muse in disguise. H is for Hood and her snappy blue eyesg l is for Ego we all hold so high, I is for James, so quiet and shy, K is for Knapp. whom his studies immerse, L is for Lefko, where it's just the reverseg M is for Mills, so fair to behold, N is for Nicholl, a great sport we're told, O's for Olszewski, stalwart and holdg P is for Park, so chuck full of fun, Q is for "queer ones," of whom we have noneg R is for Rothkrug, who studies hard nightly, S 4 is for Sachs, so mannish and sprightlyg T is for Tompkins, a muse without peer, U is for Us, with Commencement so nearg V is for Vinokur, who can never he stilled, Wis for Wasserman, who is peppy and skilledg X is the Unknown whom nobody knows, Y's for Yohalem, whois heard hut not seen, Z is for Zuckerman, of stature the queen. And now we have come to the end of the list, Sorry there had to be some of you missed. Margaret Di Rienzo Nineteen Thirty-two Page Nineteen O Q AMELIA ACOCELLA A heart with room for ercry 109'- One Year Honor, Underwood Typewriting Award, Remington Typewriting Award, Gregg Shnrl- hand Award. Courtesy Commit- tee. THEHESA A. ALE 1' ' Eastman-Gain . , Arnbiti i er idol. LOUISE M. ALEXANDER ag . Cornell. What is well begun is half done. Ili-News, Basketball. Girls' Marshal, Maroon and White, Chorus, Science Club. Ping Pong Club, Aviation Club, Red Cross Cluh. LINDSAY ALLEN smaih couegbx l wou e lpful, cheerful, kind, ' Gentle pe h, and broad of mind. Gne Ye Hon , Archery Club, Basketball, Girl. larshal. I A ,Q-. 9 Page Twenty MAROON AND WHITE I , , Nineteen Thirty-two . he ROSEMARY ALLEN Lovely clothes, lovely durls, Lovely smile, lorely girl. Sigma Delta Epsilon, Girls' Marshal. C' I i im ,orneII. Off ich Rt ' re a e. r 1 P en - cnc ciencc Club, Four car Honor, Inter- class Football, Swimming Team. HYMAN ALPERIN His lime is forever, everywhere his place. Hand. Ping Pong Club, Assis- tant Manager Baseball. PHILIP ALPERIN N. Y. U. True as the dial to the sun., Although it be not shined upon. Maroon and White, Hi-News, Ping Pong Team, Courtesy Com- mittee, Boys' Marshal, Interclass Basketball. 0 , i ANTONETTA ALTIERI To xee her is to low: her. Two Year Honor, Underwood Type ning Award, Remington Typ riting Award, Gregg Short- ha Award. HAROLD ANDERSON ,lust like a Viking-tall, hand' some, and strong. One Year Honor, Service Club. ANITA W. ARCHER Kimlness, like sincerity, COIIIIFN from llle heart. Si ma Delta E silon Archer E ' P 9 - Y Club, Girls' Marshal. Make-Up Committee. MARJORIE .A OLD Art School Eve ne'tllat knew her, knew her I 'riend. O MAROON AND WHITE I Nineteen Thirtyftwo O Tl IOM AS O. A RNTSEN An honest man is the noblest work oj God. Varsity Football, Boys' Mar- shal, Glee Club, lnterclass Basketball, Chorus. GLA DYS C. ASHER Young in limb, in judgment old. lI'FllEI. BALDWIN Grace wus in all her lneuren i.z her eye. slepx, ATTlLlO BALLETTA llolzuulliu. Parse. eraml- shuxvs. Vlaroon and White, One Year llouor. ' 0 Page Tufenly-ana 1 Q . .Jw- f C. BANKS Mount Vernon School of Nurs- ing. ' i Still waters run deep. Basketball, Clee Club. RITA L. BASHLOW Co X ta l r - ' ' ' usly. i-New asketball, Ping Pong Club, ne Year Honor. . RUTH QHSSETT y up 'M nard. 6 h She is pretty to walk with, And witty to'talk with, And pleasant too, to think on. National Honor Society, 'Four Year Honor, Maroon and White, Secretary Alpha Tau Delta, Basketball, Aviation Club, Assis- tant Manager Tennis Team. MARY C. BATH Art School. She has plenty ol pep, and a mighty fine rep. Alpha Tau Delta. Page Twenty-tu'o 41 MAROON AND WHITE v Nineteen Thirtyftwo Q v .4-fd LVD ,P vi" K Y JV RUTH R. BECKER University of Michigan. A good sportg an all around girl. Vice-president Red Cross Club, One Year Honor, Service Club, El Ateneo, Basketball. A ELEANOR BENMORE Packard Business School. And all that's best of dark and bright Meet in her aspect and her eyes. ' Two Year Honor, Alpha Tau Delta. Fair . rds gla den so many a heart. ROSE Se ce Club, Girls' Marshal. LORENTZ E. BERLINGHOFF N. Y. U. Knowledge is power. Aviation Club, Rifle Club, Chorus. 5- - V O . J EDITH I. BERMAN Age cannot Q 'r her, nor custom stale, iv Her inhnfe riety. f IV LEOQARD BERM Colm ia. A gen lenian lik d by Busin s Mana er Hilblews, Busines Manag Maroon and White, ubli Committee, Delega' C. S. . ., One Year Honor, rchestra. N LAURA B. BERNHART True worth is measured not by words, but by friends. Chorus. CHESTER BICKLEHAUPT The face-the index of a feel- ing mind. President Aviation Club, Track, Contemporary Civilization Club. 0 MAROON AND WHITE Nineteen Thirtyftwo Q MAE L. BILINSKI ' She prefers to be good, rather than to seem so. Two Year Honor, Service Club. MORRIS BIRKEN I am a part 'of all that I have met. Boys' Marshal, Maroon and While, Service Club, Boys' In- terest Committee, lnterclass Foot- hall, Interclass Baseball. SIDNEY BLATT West Point. The mind's the standard of the man. I Track, Chess Club, Three Year Honor, Ping Pong Club, Senior Debating Society. ROBERT BLISSERT University of Pennsylvania. A moral, sensible, and well- hred man Will not ajronl me, and no other can. Four Year Honor, National Honor Society, Sophomore Rep- resentative, Interclass Basketball, lnterclass Baseball, Manager Hockey Team, Chairman Senior Ring ' and Pin Committee, Treasurer Senior Class, Hi-News. Page Twenty-three Q SEYMOUR BLUMENSON Columbia. The glory of a firm cupacious mind. Chess Club, Two Year Honor. Delightful with swe appe - ing innocence arm FLORENCE M. BON g 1 Two Year Honor,.El A e , Senior Debating Society. OLIVE BOOTH With her worlr, and with her play, she never forgets to smi . Chorus, Contemporary Civ' i tion- Club, Aviation Club. i1 Year Honor. QS' DOROTHY BORSDOFF If friends were coins, Dol would be a millionaire. O Page Twenty- four MAROON AND WHITE 0 ROBERTA BOWERMAN Barnard. Queen rose of the rusebud garden of girls. - Cheerleader, Basketball, Chorus, Alpha, Tau Delta, Vice-presi- dent Sans Souci, Quill and Scroll, Hi-News, Maroon and White, Contemporary Civilization Club, Tau Epsilon Pi, National Honor Society, Four Year Honor. .lOHN BOYJIAN Columbia. He adds honor to his ancestral honors. One Year Honor, Interclass Football, Intel-class Basketball, lntercluss Baseball. CHARLOTTE BRECHER Columbia. A good bit better than best. Two Year Honor, Red Cross Club, Contemporary Civilization Club. SARAH H. BRESLER Wellesley. All followed with endearing wile, To share this little ludy's smile. Xl Three Year Honor, Basketball, Sans Souci, Service Club, Girls' Marshal. ' M Nineteen Thirtyftwo 0 ELEANOR M. BROADBENT A lovely lady, gormented in light. . Two Year Honor, Chorus. MARY E. BRODBECK She moves a goddess, and She looks a queen. Orchestra, Dramatic Society, Chorus, Archery Club, Three Year Honor, National Honor Society. JACK BRONSKY Purdue. I scorn to flit on the wings of borrowed wit. Varsity Basketball, Interclass Football, Ping Pong Club. BERNARD BUCKLEY A prince among men. One Year Honor. , l 0 411 1 y O rl 2 fl, QAM yr MURIEL BUCKLEY Y And where she went, the flowers took thickest root. Aviation Club, Red Cross Club. Maroon and White. N 1 ,Pri ,- , HELEN AJULlikEY ever t .le a moment, ul thrifty and thoughtful of others. Alpha Tau Delta, One Year Honor, Service Club, Gamma Sigma Chi. MARGARET E. BULKLEY White Plains Hospital. Simple without pomp, and rich without a show. Chorus, Service Club. RICHARD RULLNHEIMER Mass. Institute of Art. All the world's a stage. President r atic Society. School Ianager, Com- menceme ommittee, National Th ' il O Page Twenty- five Q DONALD BUSSEY Wise to resolveg patient to perform. Senior Prom. Committee. DOMINICK CAFIERO Penn State. Thought is his wind, knowl- edge his sail, and he his own vessel. Hi-News, Service Club, Pro' gram Committee. VIRGINIA CANDIDO University of Michigan. A tiny, pretty, witty, darling --she. Orchestra, Sans Souci, Service Club, Four Year Honor, Tau Epsilon Pi. JAMES J. CAPASSO We con't get along without Jimmy. El Ateneo, One Year Honor, Varsity Baseball, Football Squad. 0 Page Twenty-six 'r' fax- 7 f--v . MAROON AND WHITE r-ERED CARNEX Nineteen Thirtyftwo Q i Josarn CAPLAN N. Y. U. To set the cause above renown, To love the game above the prize. Cross Country, Truck, Band, Chorus. l VERA CARDILLO Nurses' Training School. Loyalty is one of the finest l things in life. Q Gregg Award. l l TESSIE CARILLI T e mi s l stream, 1 er it -is, e less noise W it m . , Se ice b, Typewriting Award, S and Award, Two Year Honor. None but hini n parallel. if Aff" ' ' nt Ma asketball, r iatic S ety, G. 0. Council, Hi- esysf heerleader, Quill and Scro , Dance Committee. t o 5 . X . K I ALFRED G. CARPENTIER Silence and ambition go to- gether. I Hi-News, Two Year Honor. LESTER CASTELLITTO Brevity ix the soul of wit. ELEANORE CENSULLO Katherine Gibbs College. Nothing is impossible to a willing heart. Vice-president Gamma Sigma Chi, Two Year Honor, Service Club. , of-WW HELEN E. CIIAMRERS Katherine Gibbs College. A witty woman. is a treasure: A witty beauty is a power. President Alpha Tau Delta, One Year Honor, Track, Archery , grub. V, b Qs MAROON AND WHITE Nineteen Thirtyffwo Q MAUDE M. CHEYNEY Business School. She looks up-and is thankful I fire looks down-and is help- u . - Underwood Typewriting Award. MARION H. CHONTOS Katherine Gibbs College. Sail in the boat ol ambition And anchor at the harbor of success. Maroon and White, Publicity Committee, Interclass Basketball, One Year Honor, Chorus. HELEN L. CLARK 'C KA Miami Universit In her lies the soZ Tennis Team, Girls' Marshal Captain Archery Team, Chorus, Sigma Delta Epsilon. WARREN CLARK Thoughts rule the world. Boys' Marshal, Hockey Squad, Assistant Manager Football, Ca et La. Page Twenty-seven 5 N Q- MAROON AND wH1TE o t W M N .l N w WILLIAM N. COCUZZA Every one that knows him, likes him. SAMUEL COHEN Ohio State. Hang sorrow! Care will kill a cat. ' ADELE M. COLETTA Sara Laurence College. Happy, blithe and gay, Like the sweetest summer day. Typewriting Award, Short- hand Award, Service Club. EDA R. CONFORTI New Paltz State Normal. Virtue and genuine grace speak what no words can utter. Chorus, Red Cross Club, One Year Honor. 0 Page Twenty-eight ,3 . k ,. if V W Nineteen Thirty-two 21" 'fn all MARGARET L. CONNER Barnard. Whatever xhe does is done with so much ease, In her alone 'tix natural to please. Four Year Honor, Vice-presi- dent Junior Debating Society. Senior Debating Society, Sigma Delta Epsilon, Basketball Arch- ery Club. . -4 . MARY E. CONNOR Katherine Gibbs College. Wisdom is power. Ca et La, One Year Honor, Service Club. at-:NJAMIN J. CONSTANTINE Columbia. To have a good pal is to bt one. Cross Country, Basketball. Track, Interclass Football, Boys' Marshal. ALLEN I.. CORNISH Yule. One inch of joy surmounts ol grief a span, Because to laugh is proper to the man. Three Year Honor, Tau Epsi- lon, Pi, Assistant Manager Foot- ball, Gift Committee, Interclass Football, Interclass Baseball. 0 y 0 WILLIAM J. COSTA Notrc Dame. A little laughter, now and then. is relished hy the hes! of men. Interclass Football, lnterclass Baseball, Interclass Basketball. ALFRED P. C INO He will get out nf life all he has put into it. Varsity Baseball, Varsity Foot- ball, Cross Country. Varsity Basketball. HARRY K. CRAWFORD Work first--then rest,-is his motto. 'President Sans Souci, One Year Honor, Art Committee, Editor "Le Haut Parlour". ATTILLIA CREDENDINO She's cute and she'.i neat, she's clever and sweet. Tau'-Epsilon Pi, National'Honor Society, Underwood Award, Presi- dent of Gamma Sigma Chi Gregg Awards, Vice-president of Service Club, Three Year Honor. ' I.. W Q . MAROON AND WHITE Nineteen Thirty-two Q .ENNA O CREDENDINO Smtelv and tall he moves in the hall, The chief of rt thousand for grace. Varsity Football and Base- ball, Deputy Boys' Marshal, ROBERT CUSTER Lehigh. Beware the jury of a patient man. Four Year Honor. NICHOLAS D. CUZZI Cornell. Never elated when one man's oppressed, Never defected while another's blessed. Junior Debating Society, Dram- atic Society, Senior Debating Society, Thespians, ,Courtesy Com- mittee. School Interests Commit- tee, Dance Committee, Handbook Committee, Four Year Honor, "Pickles" Operetta, Senior Prom Committee, National H o n o r Society. EMELIE R. DAVIS A fine character with kindness to all. Hi-News, Assistant Business Manager of "Le Haut Parlour". One Year Honor, Courtesy Com- mittee, Girls' Marshal, Red Cross Cluh, Service Club, Aviation Club, Basketball, Tennis Team. Archery Club, Quill and Scroll, "Pickles" Chorus. Page Twenty-nine AM! Q..- JOHN T. DAY Wlmfs in a little fun, now and then? MARGARET M. DEACAN Packard Business School. Still water is the deepest and the clearest. Gamma Sigma 'hi, Chorus. L r ANNETTE DE.. Rlglfyw Sf L Smilingfall. I whole day through ' ' lr rffelball, service Club. W' MARSHALL J. DE CEW Ambitious as a busy bee, and as friendly as can be. Cheerleader, lmerclass Foot- ball, Assistant Manager Track. 0 Page Thirty 717- fMM 0 Z ZKGJRA DEL RE A friend may well be reckoned lhe masterpiece of nature. Service Club, Chorus, Gregg Award, Typewriting Award. - WW! kj: ORE A. DI MARZO Holy Cross. The faithful are certain of their reward. lnterclass Football, Band. Q 1, X JEAN L be MAso I A Pkiexterior is a silent recunlm dation. Service Club, Red Cross Club, Bandfgborus. ' Y -53 MAY E, DES MARETS A maiden true in word, and Iriefl indeed. X Alpha Tau Della, orus, Baskelllall. ' I I fl O , ROBERT DETELS Texas. Na man is happy who does not thin hiylf -so., C7 VINCENT DEVERMAN University of Southern Cali- fornia. I have often regretted my speech., but never my silence. Interclass Baseball, Boys' Mar- shal. MARGARET R. DI RIENZO The just man will flourish in .spite of everything. Service Club, Maroon and White, One Year Honor. SYLVIA DOBRIN ,To .be rather than to seem. 0 MAROON AND WHIT i KHATCHIK DONELIAN M. I. T. A big little man. l4D..,.K.:z..q ,g1,,,,,L A G. O. Council, Varsity Foot- ball, Varsity Baseball, lnterclass Basketball. Mill's Kicking Con- test, Four Year Honor, Service Club. DOROTHY DONNELLY The mirror of all courtesy. Three Year Honor, Tau Epsi- lon Pi, Sans Souci, Business In- stitute. RUTH DONOVAK X ColumlJ A wzllin worker with a reM S hand. Two Year Honor, Basketball, Chorus. Service Club, Girls' Marshal. ROCCO DRAGANI Columbia. He is well paid that is well satisfied. E 5 3 2 Nineteen Thirty-two 0 Page Thirty-one 9 SOPHIA DRAKOS N. Y. U. A good friend ro all. Two Year Honor, Basketball. LILLIAN DRITZ Take me just as I am. Gregg Award, Typewriting Award. SARAH DRITZ The smile that spreads sun- shine, the heart of pure gold. Gamma Sigma Chi, Service Club. wk Sega ROBERT P. DRUM Cornell. Dijused knowledge immortal- izes itself. One Year Honor, Interclass Basketball, lnterclass Football. 0 Page Thirty-two MAROON AND WHITE w l 4 Nineteen Thirtyftwo Q ELIZABETH DUGAN Wellesley. The mildest manners and the gentlcst heart. Sigma..Delta Epsilon, Two Year Honor. GERTRUDE' DURNFORD A true friend is forever a friend. Red Cross, Three Year Honor. KATHERINE EBERLE Flashing eyes behind a dis- arming smile. .l ULIET TE ECKENRODE Savage. Athletics are the spice of youth. Girls' Marshal, Dramatic So- ciety, Basketball, Chorus, Na- tional Thespians. ! , ff 0 . NORMA ECKHARDT Katherine Gibbs College. lt'x nice to be natural, when your are naturally nice. X Secretary G. tcretatiy Sel1i ta n Bgietball, m a Epsi ramatic L riety. Marshal, Naw r Society, Three Year Honor, Archery Leader. JOHN 'X M NDS Univers y of Pe nsylvania. Eat, znlf, e merry, let t ' Qing re of itself. F0015 1, QP Lt.. 3 HAROLD L. EGCERT The man who melts with social sympathy, Though not allied, is of more worth than a thousand kinsmen. lnterclass Basketball, Inter- class Baseball. MA RGARET L. ELL RODT Savage. High erected thoughts seated in a heart of courtesy. One Year Honor. Q, MAROON AND WHITE ' ' Nineteen Thirtyftwo .,.. an .- --i---.Q ELIZABETH W. EMMEL Swarthmore. B5 if f Sweetness itsel . Three Year Honor, Tau Epsi- lon Pi, Vice-president Sigma Delta Epsilon, Treasurer of Chorus, Sans Souci, Quill and Scroll, Girls' Marshal, Basketball Maroon and White, National Honor Society. FRANK M. EWING Yale. Tall, darlf, handsome, - and nice! Varsity Football, Baseball. National Honor Society, Two Year Honor. HELEN E. EWING Oberlin. The secret of success is con- stancy of purpose. ' Nationa on V y, au Epsi o ear , Sigm ilou, Quill and Scroll, Hi-Ne Maroon and White, Basketball, Girls' Mar- shal, Archery Leader, Chorus. DOROTHY E. FALCINO Packard Business School. Hence, loathed Melancholy Chorus, Secretary Aviation Club, Interclass Basketball, Al- pha Tau Delta, Girls' Marshal, President Red Cross Club, Three Year Honor. 0 Page Thirty-lhrce . RALPH FARB City College. An honest man is the noblest work of God. I! Dran1at jy, Senior De- Y . . . ' at g So qss Team, Two U! ,-I Hono , a ional Honor So- ' ciety. National Thcspians, Var- sity Football. MADELINE V. FAREWELL Columbia. A merry heart goes all the day. One Year Honor. E7 REBECCA M. FEUER The world is her's who has patience. ' Gregg Awards. CARL FINKELSTEIN C. C. N. Y. An honest man's word is as good as his bond. Orchestra, Band, Interclass Football, Varsity Basketball, Boys' Marshal, Ping Pong Club. 0 Page Thirty-four MAROON AND WHITE Nineteen Thirtyftwo . THOMAS C. FIOCCO N. Y. U. Actions speak louder than words. lnterclass Football, Interclass Basketball, Interclass Baseball, Assistant Manager Football, Manager Junior Varsity Football, Track. FRANK FIORE Our praises are our wages. Two Year Honor. . , f 1 , . . ll-. ANGELINA FIRELLI University of Michigan. Whatever is worth doing at all is worth rloing well. Service Club, Three Year Honor, Secretary El Kteneo, Basketball. EDITH E. FISCHER Still achieving, st pursuing. Chorus, in ard, Gam- ma Sigm , pn ear Honor. wg X V u F. 3 . ' 1 . X . WJ O 0 ... .... CATHERINE V. FITZSIMMONS Packard Business School. She has always given her best. MARGUERITE FLANAGAN 'lfs thewsoice with the smile that wins. Gregg Award, Underwood Award. FRANCES FORSDICK Wellesley. O To know her is to love her, to speak of her is to praise her. Three Year Honor, Sigma Delta Epsilon, Girls' Marshal, Archery Club, Basketball, Dra- matic Society. ROBERT FOX University of Pennsylvania Action is eloquence. Cheer Leader, Senior Ring and in Committee. Qqx 6 MAROON AND WHITE 1'- 1' 0 JV ELEANOR FRAME Smith. 1 The trick is not in smiling, but in knowing how. Sans Souci, Three Year Honor, Archery Club, Treasurer Alpha Tau Delta. MILDHED FRECHTE ' , f' 1-nell. A 1 A er h r strike the 'g ' e f iz w'ns the Four Year , lgma Delta Epsilon, El eueo, Contempo- rary Civi' ' n Club. HANNAH FREEDIN AN N. Y. U. Thy modes s a candle- to thy merit. Bas ll, Archery, Red Cros ub, Chorus. i LEONARD E. FREEDMAN Syracuse. y A true worker. Orchestra. A o 'uf Nineteen Thirtyftwo - Page Tlrirly-five S J . ozl-imptaoou AND WHITE ALBERT FREY One who knows his fellow-men. HELEN R. FRIEDMAN University of Southern Calif. The sweetest face, the nicest smile, What else on earth, is so worth while? El Ateneo, Four Year Honor, Red Cross Club, Service Club, Ping Pong Club. SOPHIA FRIEDMAN Cornell. Success, how fair art thine heights. One Year Honor, Sans Souci, Ping Pong Club. HN RLONG r et . h ains, bility, and Leader- s . l resident of Senior Class Dia matte Society El Ateneo Cross tional Honor' Society, Tau Epsi- lon Pi, Four Year Honor, Track. Q ,Qountm Swiinming Teain, Nia- Oe Nineteen Thirtyffwo Page Thirty-six . 7? . My " fw""r"'X HARRY J. GAFFNEY, JR. How singularly courteous, And also, how generous! Rifle Team, Varsity Hockey. RUTH CALLAWAY As bright and sunny as a day in June. Maroon and White, Hi-News, Three Year Honor. 1-'RANK A. GARGANI Alabama. Very handsome, dark and tall Very good nalured, is that all? Chorus, Track, Interclass Foot- ball. Mio JEANNETTE R. CIANITELLI New Paltz. To will is to do. O WILLIAM F. GIBSON University of Pennsylvania. We're all good fellows together, and he's one of the best. Track, Cross Country. I SYLVIA R. GOLDEN Savage. A tender heart, a will inflexible. Three Year Honor, Science Club Secretary, President Red Cross Club, Basketball. 1 16 JW as ,si NANCY R. GOL AG Columbia. 0 A sweet, vrlole maiden. Glee Clu . EDNA R. GOLDSMITH Good humor teaches charms to last. Four Year Honor, El Ateneo, Service Cluh, Red Cross Club. Q, -, X, ,fu ,- E. GOODLIFF E he beauty of a lovely wo n " like music. ARNOLD LNG X X IEB Northeaste l, ' Young iyyyehrs, but equal to the rest fi thelQ Boy ' Marshal, Orchestra, uni ehating Society, County rch .stra. , X X GERTRUDE S. GRAHAM N. Y. School of Fine and Ap- plied Arts. She is the very pink of courtesy. Basketball, Girls' Tennis Team, Girls' Marshal, Girls' Athletic Committee, Girls' Athletic Editor Maroon ai!-LWil1ite.CEoaAokYNn JAMES GRAHAM Dartmouth. Literature is the child of a thinking mindg In this he leaves others for behind. Hi-News, Quill and Scroll, Sans Souci, One Year Honor, Glee Club, Contemporary Civili- zation Club. Page Thirty-seven Q MAROON AND WHITE MARION E. GREAN Katherine Gibbs College. As merry as the day is long. .w f ' f fb'-S 'J' JOSEPH GREGES A serious, determined, and ac- complished young fellow. Library Squad, Golf Team, One Year Honor, Service Club, 3 3 FANNIE CREGG Hampton University. Honors come by diligence.. L ETHEL M. GRIFFITHS Katherine Gibbs College. This is a grand old world to live in. Archery Club. 0 Nineteen Thirtyftwo Page Thirty-eight WALTER B. CRIMBERG Columbia. Allgood things come'in small packages. Science Club, Contemporary Civilization Club. ELI A. GROSSMAN M. I. T. 0h those wonderful jet-black curls! just the kind that appeal to , girls. Three Year Honor, Library Squad, Interclass Football. RUTH CROSSMAN Katherine Gibbs College. Her voice was ever soft, Gentle and low . . . Three Year Honor, Ping Pong Club, Service Club. DAVID GUCEKEVITCH N. Y. U. Let each man do his best. Service C O . SAMUEL CUCEKEVITCH N. Y. U. T'wa.s for ux to do or die When comnmnds from him. did fly. Chorus, Boys' Marshal. AMELIE I.. GUENTHER kidmore. enllc of speech, beneficent of mind, lovely of person. Sigma Delta Epsilon, Archery Club, Two Year Honor, Girls' Marshal, Basketball. ARTHUR HAGAN Fordham. He stands high in all our minds. Junior Debating Society, Var- sity Football. CHARLENE HALL Katherine Gibbs College. ls she not more than passing fair? .riff I MAROON AND WHITE O M MHe-- .Nineteen Thirty-Two ' I o gk ALICE E. IIANSON Barnard. Her marshafs work is never slighted, She always sees that wrongs are righted. Basketball, Girls' Marshal. ELIZAB ETH HA RDY Mount Holyoke. ' A willing worker with a ready hand, What more could anyone de- mand? Secretary Dramatic Society, Sigma Delta Epsilon, Three Year Honor, Girls' Marshal, Service Club, National Honor Society, National Thespians. MARTIN R. HARKAVY Yale. The world amuses me. Contemporary Civilization Club, Ping Pong Club, Quill and Scroll, Chess Club, Tennis Team. MARY C. HARPER A second Portia, 1'II be bound, The bext law student that can be found. One Year Honor. 0 Page Thirty-nine Tl? gf if lv. een yet. l WILLIAM 1. HARPER, JR. Variety, like Heinz's 57, is the spice of life! Band, Orchestra, Swimming Team, Manager Track, Boys' Marshal, Service Club, County Band, County Orchestra, Cu et La. FRANCES HASSKARL The truth is always right. 'caJIefo1g,Sha1, Basketball. ' E ,- 140. EUS.-KBlA M. HAUT ,xv College s pet i f of jew o , .. gif' Nice es, good nature, and eatest combination we've Sans Souci, Alpha Tau Delta, Tau Epsilon Pi, Archery Club, Three Year Honor. ETHEL M. HAVEY New Rochelle College. Pretty, lively, dear, and sweetg To meet her is always a treat. Clee Club, .'3 dl8: O Page Forty MAROON AND WHITE Nineteen Thirtyffwo 'D - i-1-Q .IACQUEL gms Barn . A Th e retty lo so aptly uined h 'e ev! hair a heart doth bd K. Tau E silon Pi, Sigma Delta Epsilon, ns Souci, Girls' Mar- shal, Thr Year Honor, Service Club. 'X EDNA M. HECK W ith enthusiasm fired, Do you wonder she's admired? Service Club. DOROTHY J. HEIDTMANN St. Lawrence University. - H'er voice was ever soft, gentle and low-an excellent thing in woman. Alpha Tau Delta, Contem- porary Civilization Club, Quill and Scroll, One Year Honor. ELISE M. HEIGOLD All she does, she does well. Gamma Sigma Chi, 'Service Club. ciao ZMMQWJJ 0-gl.,-,.L.l.. F.-C -, WALTER HEISLER A kind word never dies. Science Club, Aviation Club. MILTON HERMAN Notre Dame. His ambition has no rest. One Year -Honor, Assistant Manager Football, lnterclass Baseball, El Ateneo, Service Club. DORIS C. HINDLEMAN Hunter. Who has seen the white wonder of dear Doris' hand Can her popularity under- stand. Two Year Honor, Sans Souci, Basketball. RUTH HIRSH Barnard. Worth makes the man-and the woman. Girls' Marshal, Maroon and White, Sigma Delta Epsilon, Dramatic Society, Three Year Honor, Literary Committee. i 0 MAROON AND. WHIT E Nineteen Thirtyffwo 1 O EVELYN HOBBY 1 ? Katherine Gibbs College. She is so sweet, so passing fllif, With such a smile, with such rm air. Service Club, Alpha T u Delta, Basketball. Q '-P? ,",x,f 1 ' - , 'MARIE 'HOERNING ' ' She is no less than we say, :rs Mars , Arche Clu , Junior Red Cross Club. she DOROTHY E. HOGAN New Rochelle College, ' "Sport that wrinlcled care deg rides, And laughter holding both her sides." President Alpha Tau Delta, Glee Club. HELEN C. HOLLEY N. Y. School of Design. A smile's a smile in any language. Basketball, Chorus. X4 il so Page F arty-one X, l l 4 l w 4 1 I 1 I ! s 3 Q. ! 11 E 4 1 '1 l E ' 4. ' 1 2 I I 2 -E t 4 l ' l ! l l 1 1 , ,flfnal , D nf' xg r' 1- r ,f . " . - P' ' - MAUELlNE,'fl0OD ,,4catperin'e"cibhs Collegel' X .4d9,Jbze-than Madeline. ,Vice-President C. O., Sigma 5' .Delta Epsilon, Secretary Quill and Scroll, Dance Committee, Basketball, Hi-News, Commence- ment Committee. MARY S. HORTON William and Mary For her own person, it beggars description. 'Qgna Delta Epsilon, Three Yea nor, "ation Club, Ma ite. ALICE E. HOSKO Sweet personality Full of rascality! . Service Club, Three Year Honor. JESSIE HUGHES Pratt. Silence is the most perfect herald ol joy. Ping Pong Club, Basketball, Chorus. Page Forty-two MAl2OON AND WHITE Nineteen Thirtyftwo or K . O l HAROLD HUTCHINGS Genius is 266 inspiration and 9315 perspiration. Cross Country, Boys' Marshal, Swimming Team. ABRAHAM HYMAN Northeastern. Music's golden tongue. Band, Orchestra, Assistant Manager Track, County Band, County Orchestra. ANTOINETTE M. IMBROGNO The sweetest thing that ever grew, , And we know others who think S0 too. One Year Honor, Underwood Typewriting Award, Gregg Award. Award. ALBERT IMPARA A friend in need, is a friend indeed. Aviation Club, Contemporary Civilization Club, El Ateneo. fo Q LEONARD INGLIS Notre Dame. A peerless mind is worth more than riches. Varsity Football, Golf Team, Hockey Team. JOHN ISOLA SI. .lohu's. A happy hello, a merry smile. Iuterclass Football, Golf Team, lnterelass Baseball. . MADELINE IURKA A sweet Southern flower, DIANA JACOBSON For the virtuous maiden ern- ployment is enjoyment. MAROON AND WHITE O I JANICE JAMES Wellesley. ' Brown eyes, with a wondrous, M7liC,ll71g charm. G. 0. Council, Three Year Honor, Girls' Marshal, Cheer- leader, Sigma Delta Epsilon, Dunce Committee, Secretary Quill and Scroll, Hi-News, Commence- ment Committee. JOHN JFIFFARES Columbia. F mm the crown of his head to the sole of his foot, he is all mirth. Boys' Marshal, Inter-class Foot- ball. CARL J ENTER Good company on a journey nzalres the way seem short. Three Year Honor, Track. it 'Q FRED JOHNSON They say a carpenter is known by his chips. Swimming Team, C r o s s Country. Nineteen Thirtyftwo O Page Forty-three 6 ,4"..l....'-" fu-fl GEORGE JOHNSON True, as the needle to the pole. HERBERT KADISON Rollins College. Oh, ,tis wonderful to be so strong! A gianfs build and an arm that's long! Interclass Football, Interclass Basketball, Boys' Marshal, Hockey Team, Assistant Manager Track. AGNES KAMMERER New Rochelle College. True merit is like a stream, The deeper it is the less notse it makes. Two Year Honor. BERTRAM A. KARP Silence is golden, for it never gives you away. lriterclass Basketball, lnterclass Football, Varsity Baseball, Cross Country, Ping Pong Club, Ma- roon and White, Le Haut Par- eur. O Page Forty-lnur MAROON AND WHITE . Nineteen Thirtyftwo PHILIP KASENETZ Columbia. A future great writer before you you see, He's the best in English one could possibly be. Two Year Honor, Science Club. -t CL IR M. TEENAN noe ib,bon's School. I Us ks very little, and to 0 , Aviation Club. l VIRGINIA H. KELLER Mount Vernon Nurses. Knoyzledge is. more qui- f ne ear Honor, Orchestra, Servic lub, Deputy Girls' Mar- shal, ice-president Contempo- rary ivilization Club, Maroon and White, Dramatic Society, County Orchestra. ELIZABETH A. KELLEY A charming Senior, tall and 507- Vice-president Dramatic So- ciety, National Thespians, Presi- dent Sigma Delta Epsilon, Chorus, Girls' Marshal, Secretary of G. QL' Ht' if N YQ' is 'C X Y , are so v ibm ELIZABETH C. KELLEY University of Richmond. .4 glance so shy, so debonair, An eye so bright, a smile .vo fair. Three Year Honor, Girls' Mar- shal, Basketball, Sigma Delta Ep- silon. Advertising Manager Ma- roon and White, National Honor Society. GEORGE S. KELLEY Harvard. A keen mind in a sound body. Threcwear Honor, El Ateneo, and, a Epsilon Pi. x 5 EMI im. KEN 0 Example is nys more ef- ficacious than precept. Two Year Honor, Aviation Club, Girls' Marshal. LE 'W. KESSLER Tal of stature, light of spirit. Cross Country, One Year Honor, Aviation Club. 6 1 m MARY JANE KEVAN Mount Holyoke. All for one-one for ull. Vice-president of G. O., Bas- ketball, Captain of Cheerleading Squad. Dramatic Society, Presi- dent Sigma Delta Epsilon, Three Year Honor, Dance Committee. Archery, National Honor Society. RICHARD J. KEYES M Union. Persever iice '. t lf note of succes. A' Tw .ar Honor: Service Club, Science Club, Aviation Club, Assistant manager Rifle Club. f X Z A ' 3. ' ,: -sff' New ork T ing School. A smiling face hath its charms. Three Year Honor, Alpha Tau Delta, Chorus, Basketball, Girls' Marshal. FRANCES E. KIRTLAND' TT Packard Businesa School. A girl on whom we all build an absolute trust. Two Year Honor, Alpha Tau Delta, Chorus, Aviation Club. 9 Page Forty-five Q ADELE KLAUSNER N. Y. U. Small but smart. Chorus, Archery Club. Serv- ice Club, Heil Cross Club. BERNARD D. KLEIN N. Y. U. He conquers all, who conquers himself. Orchestra. G. STAFFORD KNAPP Yale. The noblest the best content- ment has. President Dramatic Society, Secretary Debating Society, School Interest Committee, Thes- pians, Maroon and White, Two Year Honor, Courtesy Committee, Chess Club, Treasurer of Senior Class, Dance Conunittee, Presi- dent of G. 0. WILLIAM KORTLANG A good reputation is a hne estate. Page Forty-six MAROON AND WHITE Nineteen Thirtyftwo IRENE KOUTIKAS Bright as the sun her eyes the gazers strike, And like the sun, they shine on all alike. President Sans Souci, Sigma Delta Epsilon, Gamma Sigma Chi, Dramatic Society, .Aviation Club, National Honor Society, Maroon and White, Tau Epsilon Pi GEORGE KOVACS A s MORRIS J 2 also ver J I e Contempo r r I ' lization Club El Ateneo . ti I' t' t. Co ry Int lass Bas- ril fn :': - U ' ' WILLIAM KURZMAN N. Y. U. IV hen thereis a will there's a way. lnterclass Football, Chorus. Q1-l--- ..-.....i... ROBERTA LAGUNOFF N. Y. U. What beauty there is in a woman.'s eyes. Hi-News, Two Year Honor, Quill and Scroll, Girls' Marshal, Girls' Basketball, Service Club, Archery, Aviation Club, Ping Pong Society, Sigma Delta Ep- silon. LEONARD MICHAEL LAKE Lehigh. Wit and Wisdom are born with n man. G. 0. Council, National Thes- pians, Dramatic Society, Sports Editor Hi-News, lnterclass Foot- ball, Three Year Honor, Manager Baseball Team, Quill and Scroll. Delegate C. S. P. A., National Honor Society. NATALIE LANGBEIN Columbia. The "Eyes" have it. Three Year Honor, Chorus, Orchestra, Girls' Marshal. MARGARET A. LANGWELD Nurses' Training. Nothing succeeds like success. Service Club, Chorus, lGirls' Marshal. ffl 0 MAROON AND WHITE Nineteen Thirtyftwo . CHARLES E. W. LAPPLE Cornell. We can make majors and nf- hcers every year, but not scholars such as he. Boys' Marshal, Cross Country. Four Year Honor, Tau' Epsilon Pi, National Honor Society." CARMINE V. A. LAURICELLA N. Y. U. Kindness is a divine gift. Science Club, One Year Honor, lnterclass Football. LOUIS S. LAURICELLA A busy worker with a skillful hand. - Interclass Foo'tball, lnterclass Baseball, Hockey Team, Golf Team, Maroon and White. ARTHUR L. LAYMAN Tri State. 'Tix ds not dreamers that m t , orl 'round. , terclass , L .lub, "a Club, Ser- vice Club, In erc as seball. Page Forty-.vevcrz x. Q MARGARET L W Middlebury. ' Joy, youth and personality doth she di y. Three ar Honor, Sigma Delta Epsilo A ery, Girls' Marshal, , Com . ig' A! fl of vi' 'Lil UK MARY LEE " . ffl! Wellesley. "',- Sn wive. so nice is sweet Mary Lee. Girls' Basketball, Three Year Honor, Tau Epsilon Pi, Vice- president Sigma Delta Epsilon, C. 0. Council, Chairman Gift Committee, National lflxonor. H231 xl WALLACE W. LEE, Jr. He smiles and all the world loves ll-im. Dramatic Society, Manager of Tennis, Band, Orchestra, Boys' Athletic Committee, Chorus, Na- tional Honor Society, Three Year Hnnor. ROSALIE M. LEFKO N. Y. U. Cute little Rosalie has a rep Of lots of brains and loads of pep. National Honor Society, Tau Epsilon Pi, Three Year Honor, Sigma Delta Epsilon, Sans Souci, Contemporary Civilization Club, Literary Editor Maroon and White, .lunior Debating Society. 0 Page Forty-eight MAROON AND WHITE Nineteen Thirtyftwo JEAN LEPORE Business College. Beauty and a charming per- sonality are a womarfs greatest assets. Service Club, One Year Honor, Gregg Shorthand Award, Under- wood Typewriting Award, Publi- cation Committee. LILLIAN LEVINE N. Y. U. I am monarch of all that I survey. Red Cross Club, One Year Honor, Service Club. COURTNEY LEVINSON- 1 - N. Y. U. lt's the busy man 'who Ends time to do things. Boys' Marshal, Ping Pong So- ciety. BERNARD LEVITAN Whatever sceptic could inquire lor, For every way he had a where- fore. . 9 i BERNAR EVY Syracuse For he' a jolly good fel i. Va ' y wall. Tra , 'r y aselra , nel law Baskt Qs Ping ong Ch reside: L e Club, Boys' It a al. HENRIETTA M. LEVY Hunter. When there are more friemls. she will make them. ns Souci, Tau Epsilon Pi, 1 e Year Honor. ' ARTHUR LEIBFRED X Football is like anything else- Ihe more you play the better you get. Varsity Football, Varsity Bas- ketball, Track, Golf, Interclass Baseball, Assistant Manager Ten- nis. One Year Honor, Chorus, Boys' Marshal. FREDERICK M. LINDER, JR. Columbia. 11's a wise man who can judge a woman. Advertising Manager Hi-News, Golf Team, Advertising and Cir- culation Manager Maroon and White, Boys' Marshal, lnterclass Football, Delegate C. S. P. A., G. 0. Publication Committee. Q 1 . K , ,t Nineteen Thirtyftwo ELCA W. LIVERMAN Cornell. She has charm and plenty of pep. Hi-News, Vice-president Con- temporary Civilization Club, Dramatic Society, Sans Souri. One Year Honor, Quill and Scroll, HARRIET LOBDELL Columbia. She is rich who is contented. Shorthand awards, Typewrit- ing awards. SUSAN E. LOMBARDI, Eastman Gaines. W hat a sweet delight a quiet life affords. One Year Honor. EDWARD LONGHI Columbia. b Valiant but not too venturous. lnterclass Football, Two Year Honor. 4.7 Page Forty-nine -.4., - M, 4-4. .....-,4..... s Q N E ATORTO Nurses Training. Laughing eyes and n merry heart. One Year Honor. Service Club. SEYMOUR S. LUCKOWER Friendship always benefits. Band, Science Club, Contempo- rary Civilization Club. SEYMOUR LURRIE Where can you find a yiner friend ? ESTELLE LUSTIG Cornell. Always, through thick and thin. she can be depended on. Orchestra. Sans Souci, Maroon and V'l1ite, School Interests Com- mittee. 0 Page F iffy l...-4-n-.,- An-1-. A , , LA- MAROON AND WHITE Nineteen Thirtyftwo EDWARD MAAG, Jr. Princeton. A born debater. President Junior Debating So- ciety, President Senior Debating Society, Sans Souci, Interscholas- tic Debate. ANN E. MAHARON Noble deeds that are concealed are most esteemed. Band, El Ateneo. ANTHONY S. MANGANIELLO N. Y. U. "Tony" plays the strong silent man.. lnterclass Football. lnterclass Baseball, Interclass Basketball. NIICHELINA M. MANGANO Savage. One who can always be count- ed upon. One Year Honor, Gregg Award, Underwood Typewriting Award. 9 ........-...-L... Q---il-- THERESA MANNA Barnard. A sweet face and a sweeter disposition. Junior Debating Society. Sen- ior Debating Society, Red Cross Club, Service Club, Three Year Honor, Sans Souci. 4ERNARD MARCUS Univers f la. I trlr , content. . ational Honor Society, Tau Ep- silon Pi, Four Year Honor, Hockey, Tennis Team, Ping Pong Society, El Ateneo. SYLVIA MARCUS Smith. What a perxonality! 'And what a smile! Ping Pong Club, Archery Club, Contemporary Civilization Club. Sans Souci, Four Year Honor. FLORENCE MARSCH Columbia. Truly, a heart ol gold. Chorus, Suns Souri, Three Year Honor. MAROON AND WHITE 9 ' Nineteen Thirty-two A Q LILLIAN N. MARSHALL Music College. To be sincere is one step from success. Basketball. IDA MAR NS She at n. tever she pur- x3l.lP.'i. ' ia 'Vma Chi, Service Clll . K ear Honor. l BRUCE MATHESON An able manager. Three Year Honor, National Honor Society, Manager Foot- ball, Baseball, Interclass Basket- ball, lntcrclass Football. MERVYN L. MAYER He succeeds in everything he undertakes. Track. Cross Country, Boys' Marshal, Chess Club. Q Page Fifly-om' Q --i--1 Wo. MARY P. McDONALD Shy and sweet. Service Club. Tau Epsilon Pi Three Year Sequence Honor. Gregg Awards, Underwood Awards. Q85 JOHN MCINTYRE Alabama. All's well that ends well. Interclass Football, Interclass Baseball. DOUGLASS McKEOWN Hail, fellow, well met. W . AM McNULTY. JR. tmouth. . We all have ambitions anal he . courage as well. Varsity Football, Two Year onor, Interclass Basketball, El . teneo, G. 0. Council. O Page F ijty-two MAROAON AND WHITE I I I I Nineteen Thirtyftwo 3- -Q-- -io WILLIAM MEARA A cheerful look make.: a dish 11 feast. CAROLINE M. E. MEESE School of Applied Design. . The exuberance of youth shines ln her face. ' . Chorus. LEONA M. MENDE S Her clear conscien is a sure card to succ Ca et , nterclass Basket- ball. Q- I HELEN IN YER Katherine s., She's cute and ite. One Year Honor, writing award, Basketball. 0 B . I .,, ti 0 'I' Q HENRY HAE N Cornel He tea as! as the tower t at o s bend to the tem- 5 . w ea Honor, Band, Hi- 121155 ARTHUR P. MIDDLETON. Jr. Lehigh. The more the merrier. Contemporary Civilization Club. EVELYN MILLER Hunter. The tails of honor dlgnily re- pose. El Ateneo, Three Year Honor. Pratt Institute. Talent shapes ilxelj in still- ness, character in the mmult of the world. Four Year Honor, Tau Epsilon Pi, National Honor Society, Ma- roon and White. O MAROON AND WHITE Nineteen Thirtyftwo . ' 1 RUTH .. MMAXL Mo ol oke. Y Thelreason firm, the lemperate wzll, enlluramse, foresight, xtrengfll, and skill. Tau Epsilon Pi, National Honor, El Ateneo, Hi-News, Archery, Sigma Delta Epsilon, Maroon and White, Chorus, Quill and Scroll, Four Year Honor. KATHERINE MIRI K 75 with her. ROB OCK N llflfllfpifm ,ctrici.m. Dru atiggi Society, National 'Fhe , ience Club. EV A MOLITOR Columbia. Fine feathers make fine lzirds. Qt , l . 0 Page F i fly-three Q1-.--n ELEANOR MORGAN Pratt. Gather ye rosebuds while ye may. Q Girls' Basketball. MORTON S. NAG-ELBERC Columbia. There is no path so steep as that of fame, but he will climb ll. Editor Hi-News, Assistant Editor Quill and Scroll, President Science Club, National Honor Society, Tau Epsilon Pi, Four Year Honor, School Publicity Committee, Chess Club, Delegate C. S. P. A. RALPH NAHIGIAN Colgate. What care l what others say? l'rn satisfied. El Ateneo, lnterclass Football. CHARLOWEP' . ATHAN Pembrok Brezwily isvf .ery good Whethe we are, or are not h l unders ood. Girl ' xl arsbal. Service Club, Basket , Two Year Honor. X l to Page F ifty- four MAROON AND WHITE Nineteen Thirtyftwo .'iK'4,V MARION NEELSEN Traphagen. A girl with every attribute to malfe her lovable. Three Year Honor, Alpha Tau Delta, Red Cross Club, Aviation Club, Girls' Marshal, Interclass Basketball, Cheerleader, Girls' Tennis Team. ANNA E. NELSON Cornell. Sugar and spice, And everything nice. Four Year Honor, Service Club, Red Cross Club. D . LD M. NEUMAN et t 1 all lalror 0 viat' n Club ck Man- a e , ' t T anager, Var- sigp , Junior Varsity, Dru ajor, Marshal '29, Tic t ollector, Junior Debat- ing So iety, Maroon and White Busines. Board '31. CARLISLE NEVARD Columbia. Few th s e 'r ossible to diligence .' ' .. Pr si'de uill Sc ll, ating eam, team, ,au Q1 Pi, Year onor, 1 Hi-News, Presi- en Debating Society, Nation onor, Delegate C. S. P. A. inner Times Oratorical contest in M. V. H. S. ittee, e- t O ..........l..l.....- Q 2 MAROON AND WHITE HELEN R. NICHO L Barnard. Hitch your o to a star. I Editor Ann 1932, National o r, " psilon Pi, Four ea or, Sigma Delta Epsi- n, orus, Quill and Scroll, gate C. S. P. A., Girls' Ath- ic Committee, President Sans Souci, Basketball, School Pub- licity Committee. HAROLD D. NICKELSBERC Merit deserves r 1 r Circulation an er Hi- ews Records Edit Maroon and White, F r r Honor, Secre- Scien lub, Fencing Club, enior ating Society, Dele- g . P. A. MIHIAM NIERENBERG No legacy is so rich as honesty. Spanish Club, Service Club, Girls' Marshal, One Year Se- quence, Underwood Typeing Award, Assistant Manager Hi- News, Typing Editor of Maroon and White. Huw' T LOIS D. ODELL Syracuse. True ease in writing comes from art, not chance. Four Year Honor, Sans Souci. 0 Nineteen Thirty-two 4 , A Q IDA P. OGDEN Northwestern. Personality plus. EUGENE, OL Nous bu e brave deserve go 4 . NJ G 5 - RIC .A SEN A smile for every fellow, and two for every girl. ANNA M. OLSHEKER A thankful heart is not only itself a virtue, but the parent of all other virtues. 9 Page Fifty-live Q STANL T ZEWSKI Univer f Warsaw. . fearles. minds climb soon- ! r nto crowns. Varsity Football, Varsity Base- ball, Assistant Manager Football, Boys' Marshal, Cotirtesy Com- mittee, Dance Committee. DOROTHY E. 0,NEILL For though! and lrolic is there, The will to clo, the soul to dare. V Remington awards, Gregg awards, Service Club, Chorus, Gamma Sigma Chi. THEODORA A. OSBORN Surah Lawrence. Thereis something nice about everyoneg but there's everything nice about her. Chorus, Ca et La. ABE OSHROFF Mighty as the oak. Head Boys, Marshal. O Page F ifty-six OON AND WHITE Nineteen Thirty-two - Q HARRY S. PACK N. Y. U. Why take things seriously? President Aviation Club. 1-1 tt. 6243., WILLIAM PAFF , He is ever at your service. IRVING PALEY Peppy and little, Fit as a fiddle. IRA H. PALM North Carolina State. He wants to be good, but his eyes won'r let him. Freshman Basketball, Fresh- man Football, Basketball, Foot- ball, Service Club, Aviation Club, Orchestra. O . Roc PALMER ' One f those helpful "fralres". ..-ident Service Club, Man- "l,e Haut Parleurf' Boys' I shal, One Year Honor. JANICE PANETH Barnard. Wise 'skeptism is the first az- tribute of a good critic. lnterscholastic Debate, Maroon and White, Associate Editor Hi- - s, Delegate C. S. P. A., Four 1 : Honor, National Honor, ' 1, rfResearch Times Consti- tu l Contesf P e ' C mr -. ' -pres' n- g 'n Junior Debating Soci ' 'n - , Saturday Night Club lvg on i Debating ' ty - 1 etary , r I JOHN PAPARO Good-will is of more value than the result that follows. WILLIAM PARK Georgia Tech. An established comedian. Interclass Baseball, lnterclass Basketball, Varsity Football, Swimming Team, Aviation Club. 0 lr MAROON AND WHITE A Nineteen Thirtyftwo ,.,, Q RAYMOND C. PEARSON The nmn zhat blushes is not quite ll brute. Cooper Union. El Ateneo. , if H- M l?ILlZlABETH M. PEASE A harmles, flaming meteor shone for hair, Anil fell down her shoulders with loose care. 1, MARY PELLEGRINO A sense of justice is a noble fancy. MARGARET M. PERONE Savage. He ' s ip is lil: el. ri e I as tbal Gregg Awards, Typewrit' 5 ards. O Page F ifty-seven l I S Q 1-,NU J sc . QM DOROTHY E. PERRI I Such a combination of candor and sweetness are rarely found. Secretary Gamma Sigma Chi, i Service Club, Gregg dwards, Three Year Honor. i ' JOSEPH A. PESENTI N. Y. U. ' Nothing endures but personal I quality. l One Year Honor. Y ' AD Wi DOROTHY PETRILLO wb Saint Mary. SQ li Her ability on the stage will ?' carry her far. I Dramatic Society, El Ateneo, Interclass Basketball, Glee Club, Junior Debating Society, Red Cross Club, Typewriting awards. ,A ' LEONARD F. PEYSER x Cornell. T He pursues everything with en- + thusiasm, especially photography. I Chess Club, Three Year Honor, ' Tau Epsilon Pi, Science Club, Y Snapshot Editor -Maroon and White. W 1 O A A L 4 Page F ilty-eight I w l .-.na MAROON AND WHITE Nineteen Thirtyftwo i li. FREDERICK S. PHILIPS Columbia. I Ripe in his wisdom is he, - for beyond his years. Science Club National Honor Tau Epsilon 'Pi, Four Yeai Honor, Hi-News, Delegate C. S. P. A., President Quill and Scroll, Interscholastic Debating Team. THOM AS W. PHILLIPS demljork State Marine Aca- Witiibsq?Q'W.corwe'rsation. Hockey. 1, - .IOHN PIGNATARO A smile that is merry. ttfws' WILMA F. POMMERENCK City College. fudge me by what I am, So shall you find me truest. One Year Honor. 9 L.. , DONAIJQ , RTER he joy Sf healzh and youth d 'Wes display. Year Honor. NATHAN POSNER Columbia. A boundless well of energy. ETHEL M. PRITCHETT Miss Conklin's School. Youthful, sweet and refined. Alpha Tau Delta, Two Year Honor. DORQT Y S. Kamerine Gi r hand is sleady and will- in Ch ball, Quill and O MAROON AND WHIT E -io WILLIAM RAACKE One who never fails to do his besl. MARTHA RAHIKOWITZ Packard Business School And gladly would she learn, and gladly teach. Hi-New s, Service Club. LILLIAN E. RABINOWITZ Wisconsin. A smiling face bespealcs a .smiling heart. Contemporary Civilization Club. fbi Wag' , . "7f"'cvLL -f' CWENDOLYN B. RAITH Barnard. ' A sweet but 'firm' marshal. Girls' Marshal, Service Club, Red Cross Club, Chorus, Girls' Basketball. , Nineteen Thirtyffwol ' ' 9 A Page Fifty-nine A . ...4, 0 DONALD RALSTON Lehigh. A keen mind and an active will. Band, Orchestra, Contempo- rary Civilization Club, Two Year Honor. - JOSI-LPHINE P. RANDEL Skidmore Bonny, blooming, and blithe. Basketball, Archery, President Alpha Tau Delta, Dance Com- TSBTXJ mittee, Chorus. AGNES H. RATAJACK Barnard. Many n wise thought is hid- den beneath a still demeanor. Chorus, Girls' Marshal, Three Year Honor, Sans Souci. ISABELLE K. REEVE Pace Institute. From some girls never a mum- ble, But from Isabelle never a grumble. Chorus, Two Year Honor, Stall and Scroll, Cirl's Basket- a . Q C Page Sixty 6 MAROON AND WHITE Nineteen Thirtyftwo Q .foyftwwii 1 IGM EDWARD if REID It matters not how long we live but how. Hi-News, Maroon and White. Three Year Honor, Service Club, Cross Country. ,. FL ' LE v Ei Barnard. A prudent oman is in the some class of honor as a wise man. Four Year Honor, Tau Epsilon Pi, Sans Souci, Alpha Tau Delta, School Interest Committee. STANLEY J. REITZES iowa State. A master of sports. Varsity Basketball, Manager Baseball, Hi-News, Sports Editor of the Maroon and White, Ping Pong Club, Quill and Scroll. EDWARD W. RENNER Columbia. He is merry because he is wise. Two Year Honor, lnterclass Football, Boys' Marshal. O W., Ut- , OSCAR RICHTER N. Y. U. Contentment is happiness. lnterclass Football De ut -- 1 P Y Boys' Marshal, Ticket Seller, Book Room. THOMAS A. ROBERTO Temple. He scatters enjoyment who can enjoy much. Interclass Football, Inte lass Basketball, Varsity seball, Boys' Marsha YW' CHARLOT ROBINSON Cornell. True wit is nature to advantage dressed. Two Year Honor, Girls' Mar- shal, Basketball. PIERRE RONTEY Cornell. He does indeed show bright sparks of wit. Track, Cross Country, Man- ager Track, Two Year Honor, ln- terclass Baseball, lnterclass Bas- ketball A K 0 MAROON AND WHITE Nineteen Thirtyftwo MATTHEW ROSENBAUM There is little of the melan- choly in him. Varsity Basketball, Varsity Baseball. BENJAMIN ROSENBERG N. Y. U. ' How cautious are the wise. Interclass Baseball, Interclass Basketball, Varsity Basketball, Track, Ping Pong Society. LEON J. ROSENBERG N. Y. U. He escapes the uphill by never turning back. Cross Country, lnterclass Bas- ketball, El Ateneo, Three Year Honor, Tau Epsilon Pi. OLGA M. ROSIN Modesly is called the beacon out the wise. Gamma Sigma Chi, Service Club, Gregg Awards, Three Year llonor. 9 Page Sixty-one 9 Q BERNARD ROSS City College. His wit is the flower of his imagination. Four Year Honor, Science Club, Secretary Chess Club, Ping Pong Club, Tau Epsilon Pi. J EANNE ROTHENBERG In her eyes, thoughts grow sweeter and sweeter, deepening like the dawn. PAUL ROTHKRUG Harvard. . . . . When he speaks, The air, a chartefrl libertine, is still, And all must listen. Assistant Manager Baseball, Assistant Editor Maroon and White, Senior Debating Society, Chess Team, Secretary Chess Club, President Contemporary Civilization Club, Tau Epsilon Pi, Four Year Honor, Captain In- tascholastic Debate. Delegate C. S. P. A., National Honor Society. MARIE M. RUSSELL N. Y. College of Music. She is made of artless grace, Gentle of form, and fair ol face. Alpha Tau Delta, El Ateneo, Service Club. Q , Page Sixty-two MAROON AND WHITE Nineteen Thirtyftwo . WILLIAM R IAN DI l find fne and noble rettcence. K w JS LESLIE D. SACHS Brown. A keen mind to prompt a ready wit. Business Manager Hi-News, Boys' Marshal, Maroon and White, Delegate C. S. P. A., Ping Pong Society, Band. . r J I DOMINICK J. SALIIQRNO X St. Johns. V,.' ' if Qi Action is eloqueny C Service Club, Three Year Honor, Interclass Football. IRENE M. SALZER Good Council. Behold .... a young athlete! Girls' Basketball. O 1 0 MAROON AND WHITE Q MARY R. SATERIALE There is nothing so kind Us lrindliness. ROSE SAVASTANO Nothing is impossible to a willing heart. Tau Epsilon Pi, Sans Souci, Three Year Honor, Chorus. OVIDIO SCALONE Slowly but surely he is making his wa-y. , ELIZABETH B. SCHAFER Barnard. Pretty, peppy, and petite. Four Year Honor, Thespians, lnterclass Basketball, Alpha Tau Delta. Glee Club. Hi-News, Ma- roon and White, Dramatic Sn- ciety, Assistant Editor French Paper, Nation Honor Society. , . V", U 2 ,sl 0 kb4gllQ,fJ7.u2.AA9.aA HAZEL J. SCHECHTER Vassar. Of all good things. she herself is the collection. Secretary Sans Souci, Dramatic Society, Tau Epsilon Pi, National Honor Society, Four Year Honor, Head Girls' Marshal. LEO SCHEINBART Syracuse. He holds no society with grief. Ping Pong Club, Deputy Boys' Marshal, Two Year Honor, Chess Club, lnterclass Basketball, Hi- News. Orchestra. Q MARION A. SCHL ER New Yor 'Schoo Design. , i X A cute trio c . rleader with a store 0 hpep. be ' leading Squad, Vice- pres r ent Alpha Tau Delta, Arch- ery, Three Year Honor. WILLIAM SCHLEICHER He makes friends wherever he goes. 0 Page Sixty-three . Q l--1-l ,- -i....l HERMAN H. SCHLOSBERC N. Y. U. ff man who'.v full nf cheer. Ping Pong Club. luterclu:-as Basketball. MILTON SCHLOSSBERG Such sweet compulsion zloth in music lie. ' EVELYN SCHNEIDER Pembroke. Earnest, likable, fha' a biz shy, Until you discover her twink- ling eye. Girls' Marshal, Dramatic 'So- ciety. Service Club, Two Tear Honor, Basketball. ,HARRIET M. SCHRADER Ari is necessarily creatine and the artist is the disciple of the ideal. Siftma Della Epsilon, National Honor Society, Gamma Sigma Chi. Service Club, Girls' Chorus, Basketball, Shorthand award. Four Year Honor, Tau Epsilon Pi, Art Editor Maroon and White. Q Page Sixty-four MAROON AND WHITE Nineteen Thirty-two, . - MARY ALICE SCHULZ She was made for happy thoughts, for playful wil and and laughter. One Year Honor. CECELIA SCHUMACHER Ballard Business School. Whose shining locks cover a shining mind. A3 v .1 i 4 wu. ".,.l . I dr EDITH SCHWARTZ Light-hearted and ever merry. ELSIE A. SCHWINTEK Columbia. They that govern the most make the least noise. Service Club, Gregg Short- hand Award, Underwood Type- writing Award. Q Q l , SARA MARIE SCOTT Mount Vernon Hospital-Nurses Tra i n i ng. A xhy little miss with a .why little way. Tau Epsilon Pi, Four Year Honor, El Ateneo. 5' ADDIS SCOVILLE Corn? fre ambition and daunt- l N. - resident G. O., President W iool Interest Committee, ance Committee, Hi-News, Ma- roon and White. Sans Souci, Dramatic Society. Chorus. Band, Four Year Honor, National Honor Society. RUTH SEAMAN Wellesley. A sweet and gentle disposi- tion crowned with a helping hand. STEWART SEAMAN Princeton. A quiet and unassuming na- ture. Football, Basketball, Track. Q- M MAROON AND WHITE Nineteen Thirty-two Q WILLIAM SEEMAN Alabama. He'.v always in the midst of things. Baseball, lntfrclass B sket- ball. . f SUZETTE SERES Could she he overestimated? Never! a MORRIS M . SEYDEL Dartmouth. I He takes life seriously, hut not too much so to prevent his flashing. attractive smile. Cross Country, Basketball, Track, Swimming Team, Three Year Honor, Dance Committee. MARY A. SCAMMATO Barnard. A great little girl whose niusic has charms lo soothe the savage ear. Secretary El Ateneo, Service Club, Three Year Honor. 09 Page Sixtyifive Q ROBERT SHEINFELD Fordham. He is a "doer". Chess Club, Interclass Foot- ball, Maroon and White. -I ,f A J CE G. SHERIDAN Ballard's Business School. The meetest girl is Joyce. Chorus, Girls' Basketball, Girls' Marshal. BERNARD L. SHIMBERG Columbia. Diligence is the mother ol good fortune. Three Year Honor, Tau 'Ep- silon Pi, Service Club, Contempo- rary Civilization Club, Sans Souci, Boys' Marshal. MARJORIE W. SILLERY Nurse's Training School. The gentle heart by gentle deeds is known. Typewriting Award, El Ateneo, Chorus. O Page Sixty-six MAROON AND WHITE Nineteen Thirty-two . GEORGE J. SILVERMAN Purdue. No one knows what he can do until he tries. Varsity Football, Tra , Varsi- ty Basketball, Ping Pon Club. SEYMOUR SIMS Honor, Da ce Committee, Hi- News, Quil and Scroll, Courtesy Committee. Dartmouth. I Happy am Ig fr c J 'N I'm free, A V Why .- en't 'R' all 1 tented like e? G. 0. , -5 , eerleading Squad, D .iv X ciety, Busi- ness Man . Thespians, Four Ye ' o r, National JEANNE R. SINCOFF Barnard. Goodness does not consist in greatness, But greatness, in goodness, Four Year Honor, Sans Souci, Maroon and White, Business Board Hi-News, Basketball, ,lun- ior Debating Society, Assistant Editor Le Haut Parleur, Quill and Scroll, Chairman of Publica- tion Committee. SELMA D. SINGER Whose little body lodges a mighty heart. Chorus, Basketball, Archery, Hi-News, Service Club. Q Q--1----- WILLIANI P. SIRIGNANO Holy Cross. First class in every respect. Two Year Honor, Service Club, Boys' Marshal. VIRGINIA A. SLABODSKI Her heart is in her work. ,Three Year Honor, Aviation Cluh, Sans Souci. NICHOLAS SLATTERY The mind's the standard of the man. JOSEPH SMITH Fordham. An eager heart and a kind hand. Orchestra, Assistant Manager Truck. Q MAROON AND WHITE Nineteen Thirty-two SYLVIA SMITH Mt. Vernon Training School for Nurses. Gentle words scatter sunshine. Archery, Basketball, Chorus. HELENE SMOLIAN A Iau-gh is worth u thousand groans in any market. ISRAEL SOLOFF N. Y. U. Kindness is the sign of a noble nature. Orchestra, Aviation Club, Band, Ca et La, Boys' Marshal, County Orchestra, County Band. SOLOMON SOLOFF Courtesy personified. Boys' Marshal, Service Cluh, Secretary Boys' Interest Commit- tee, Maroon and White. Page Sixty-seven FRANCES B. SONKIN Columbia. Her ivory hands on keys. the ivory Service Club. Red Cross Club. ESTHER STAROBIN Columbia. She is as cnlhu-sias work as in her play. One Year Honor. HELEN STEINMETZ Columbia. Kindness is wisdom. Four Year Honor. ARTHUR STELZ Fordham. tic in her He laughs and the world laughs with him. Page Sixty-eight EMANUEL STEVENS He ulwayx comex up smiling. Good for him! lnterclass Basketball, Interclass Football. JOHN S. STEVE Cornell. ,X A tr eye st dy hand 'ffl b ll's i . Rifle Clu 'ootball, Hockey, One Year nor, Track, Inter- class Basket ' . NAOMI STEWART lfhat would we do without Y' , ELEANOR M. STE RT Syracuse. The ornament of a woman is her modesty, Alpha Tau Delta, Archery Club, ' ls' Basketball, Two Year on , Courtesy Commit- tee,' ls' arshal, Chorus. Nineteen Thirtyftwo Q Q-- -- MILTON STONE M. I. T. The keen edge of debate will conquer much for him. Senior Debating' Society, Or- chestra, Four Year Honor, Tau Epsilon Pi. ABRAHAM SUBKOWSKY Northeastern. He that has patience may com- pass anything. Cross Country. Interclass Bas- ketball, One Year Honor. ELIZABETH G. SULLIVAN A modest litlle violet grew Unsung in any song, .She thinks there's little she can do, But we all know she's wrong. One Year Honor, Girls' Basket- ball, Underwood Typewrilinp Award. SYLVIA SUMMER She hath a daily beauty in he: life. Three Year Honor. Under- wood Awards, Service Club, O. G. A. Award. 0 MAROON AND WHITE Nineteen Thirty-two Q FELICE SWARTZ Plain sense is a virtue. CERTRUDE M. SWEENEY Wellesley. Her laugh is golden, her smile is gay, A wink of her eye, and she has her way. Dramatic Society, Sigma Delta Epsilon. CLIFFORD E. TAYLOR University of California. Unassuming and very nice. Football, Track, One Year Honor. EVELYN TAYLOR Personality, culeness, Wit, and astuteness. Dramatic isociety, Hi-News, Sans Souci, Four Year Honor, Girls' Basketball. Q Page Sixty-nine 91.1-1 sj v. TAYLOR . errily, merrily shall I live now. Basketball, Archery, Chorus. Girls' Tennis, One Year Honor. ,iw MURIE G. TAYLOR The glass of fashion and the mould of form. Service Club, Gamma Sigma Chi. WALDEMAR H. TETZSCHNER Pace Institute. A face that beams with cheer. One Year Honor. www t.1.t,MJw JANE F. THATCHER A quiet voice and a pleasant smile. Tau Epsilon Pi, Three Year Honor, Alpha Tau Delta, Girls' Marshal, Underwood Typewrit- ing Award, Secretary Service Club, Gregg Awards, National Honor Society. A Q Page Seventy MAROON AND WHITE Nineteen Thirtyftwo . KATH RYN F. THATCHER She gave one little smile and the world smiled back. Tau Epsilon Pi, Three Year Honor, Alpha Tau Delta, Service Club, Girls' Marshal, Gregg Awards, National Honor Society, Underwood Award. yratgi Patience is e mg v' tue. Three Year Honor, Service Club. JOAN TOMPKINS Born with success, - seemed With grace lo fin, u heart to hold Civic Repertory Theatr School? With. shi ing ift t t tool: X all eye Secretary of . 0. ce-presic dent Senio s, r 'dent oi Dramatic lety, retary Sigma Del silo i-News, Quill and S ro re dent Thes- pians, Tau p on i, National Honor Girls' li shal Four Year ilignori l l 3 DAVID TRAVIS Patience is a necessary ingre- dient ol genius. Rifle Club. 0 . if A ,fe JENNIE TRIANO V Persuasion tip.!' Mgue u'hene'er she talks. 4-J 1 if PEARL G. TRIGLIA Columbia. Beautiful in thought and fea- lllff. Chorus, Gamma Sigma Chi, Service Club, One Year Honor, Gregg Awards ZLL!! W MMC? W CHARLES TRIPATO Speech is better than silence. Head Boys' Marshal. ROCCO C. TRIPODI N. Y. U. A young musician. Orchestra, Sans Souci, Tau Epsilon Pi, Four Year Honor. O CLAIRE E. TROEGER Attempt the end, and never stand ta doubtg -Nothing is so hard but search will find it out. Chorus, Service Club, Sans Souci, Maroon and White, Pub- licity Committee, Four Year Honor, Tau Epsilon Pi, National Honor Society. zz, y .4 . LOUISE M. TROUT Katherine Gibbs College. A glad heart and a merry tongue. Contemporary Ciijlization Club. wmafirfffuy- WILLIAM TUCKER f ,-040-f U. of Virginia. View the whole scene, with critic judgment scan, And then deny him merit if you can. LAWRENCE A. TWOMEY Cornell. A lovable classmate and a staunch friend. Varsity Baseball, Basketball Squad, Service Club, Art Co mittee. NJC 9 Page Seventy-one N :J Q GLADYS E. UNGER Ne'er did she speak an unkind word. Service Club, Underwood Award, Gregg AwardS, TWO Year Honor, Tau Epsilon Pl. ff' MARJORIE P. UPT N Tufts. ' ,4 U The will do, the soul to flare. j'- T pl!Epsilon Pi Three Year , Sigma ,Delta Epsilon, " K irl.' Marshal, Basketball. X ROSE USLAN Packard's Business School. And true she is as she hath proved herself. One Year Honor, Girls' Bas- ketball, Red Cross Club, Service Club, Le Haut Parleur. Q U7 xii! ' MARION VAN GIESON Katherine Gibbs. They are never alone that are accompanied with noble thoughts Alpha Tau Delta, Chorus, In- terclass Basketball. ore Page Seventy-turn MAROON AND WHITE Nineteen Thirtyftwo Q ADELE VICTOR New Paltz. A merry heart goes a long way. .lunior Debating Society, Sen- ior Debating Society, El Ateneo. DOROTHY VICTOR ' Little Tivinkletogk B ketba p a Tau Delta, Co ommi tee, Girls' Mar- sha , ontemporary Civilization Club, Service Club, Maroon and White. FRANK A. VIGGIANO Manhattan. if iw He is wisely worldly but not worldly wise. Boys' Marshal, Interclass Bas- ketball, Chorus, Interclass Foot- ball, One Year Honor. BENJAMIN VINOKUR Notre Dame. A good heart is worth gold. Boys' Marshal, Interclass Bas- ketball, Baseball, Ping Pong So- ciety, Track. 9 Q WILLIAN AGENSEIL Wel med silence hath. more eloqu ce than words. man School Interests ommittee,' Dramatic Society, Tau Epsilon Pi, Maroon and White, Handbook Committee, Thespians, Courtesy Committee, National Honor, Four Year llonor. MARIE WALLIN By the work, one knows the workman. ARTHUR WASSERMAN A co lenance with ,ness o rspread, A ind by clezfer houghts al- ways led. u Debt g Society, Sen- io e ti ciety, Contempo- ry iv on Club, Four Year o i-News, Maroon and W ' nterclass Football. JOEL WATSKY Know rh yself. 0 MAROON AND WHITE Nineteen Thirtyftwo --l Q MARGARET L, WEBER Cornell. Sheis cute and petite, she's clever and sweet. Girls' Marshal, Basketball, Dramatic Society, Thespians, School lnterest Committee, G. O. Council. REGINA W ann . ul. Vm ftn: sign of EDYTHE P E ' wondrous HARRIET F. WEJNSTEIN Savage. Sensible people find nothing useless. Tau Epsilon Pi, Four Year Honor, Girls' Athletic Commit- tee, Ping Pong Club, Basketball, Girls' Tennis. Page Seventy-three , ALEXANDER WEIR N. Y. U. Ever ready, ever steady. Boys' Marshal, Interclass Foot- ball, Ticket Seller. I 'NJ XT MARION WIQIR Steadfast api' sereneg tried and true. AJ ADELE WEISS Columbia. A good head and a noble heart. Service Club, Maroon and White. MARGARET JANE WEISS Columbia. Always thoughtful, kind and unlroubled. 0 Page Seventy-jour MAROON AND WHITE 3 Nineteen Thirtyftwo . PHILIP WELBER The pen is mightier than the sword. Senior Debating Society, Inter- scholastic Debating Team, Editor Hi-News, Delegate to C. S. P. A. Convention, Quill 81 Scroll, Senior Extemporaneous Contest Winner. AUGUSTA WERBER Hunter. A quiet reserve oft hides de- termination. Service Club, Gregg Awards, Three Year Honor, 0. C. A. Award. DONALD M. WHITE Lincoln. He who keeps in constant good humor. E. ADA WILLIAMS Cooper Union. And she has hair of golden hue. Three Year Honor, El At n Ping Pong Society. ' .Nj 19 eff .9 Q DOROTHY T. WILSON Mount Vernon Hospital Train- ing School. For she is fair to look upon, and a good pal as well. . Chorus, Art Supervisor, Type- writing Award. CHARLES WISE A cartoonist "wise". Junior Debating Society, Sen- ior Debating Society, Debating Team, Science Club, Contempor- ary Civilization Club, Orchestra, Three Year Honor, Tau Epsilon Pi, Hi-News. Lll.Ll AN WISE Barnard. Looks, brains, personality! A rare combination, but Lil has it. Girls' Marshal, Sans Souci, .lunior Debating Society, Maroon and White, Basketball, Girls' Tennis Team, Three Year Honor, Tau Epsilon Pi, National Honor Society. HELEN WITKOWSKY "The very pattern girl of girls". 0 MAROON AND WHITE Nineteen Thirtyftwo , Q FILEANOR V. WlTT Katherine Gibbs College. Common sense is the genius of our age. Gregg Shorthand Award, Type- writing Award. ROBERT H, WITT N. Y. U. Accomplishments are native to his mind. Two Year Hgjvr. ' l MORRIS WOLOWITZ He is a man of honor, of noble and generous nature. Ex11qQi U3 Kat i Gibbs llege. A boundless well of energy. Vice-president Alpha Tau Delta, Chorus, Girls' Marshal, Interclass Basketball. A 0 Page Seventy-fue P ,l-,...l,, .i..-. , MILDRED E. WOOL A A jolly maid and witty. One Year Honor, Gregg Award, Typz-writing Award. MAROON AND WHITE A i Nineteen Thirtyftwo t i DELE WORKMAN .yy Packard. How clever, fair and queenly X she appears. . Chorus, Service Club. STEPHEN B. YOHALEM X Cornell. Blessings on thee, little man. Orchestra, Band, Four Year Honor, Secretary Conteinporary Civilization Club. Chess Llub. l 'WILLIAM H. YOUNG E Carnegie Institute of Tech- nology. ' His modesty is a credit to his merit. Basketball, Golf, lnterclass Basketball Manager, Hi-News. O Page Seventy-six J li I . JAMES ZAHAR Purdue. ."With malice toward none, with charity toward all." Basketball, Chess Club. ELSIE M. ZUCKERMAN I Vassar. , my of rea OCIBIY Girls Bas ll Service Club, Girls Marsha , Four Year Honor, Tau Epsilon Pi. S .ramatic Soci Debating STEPHEN B. ZYSMAN Columbia. A brilliant scholar and orator. President Junior Debating So- ciety, Secretary Senior Debating Society, Winner Sophomore Ex- temporaneous Speaking Contest, Captain lnterscholastic Debating Teams E I Z RAYNOLD A. ARCURI Columbia. Ripe in wisdom was he. Contemporary Civilization Club, lnterclass Baseball. 0 -.f-0-'- MAROON AND WHITE Nineteen Thirtyftwo 1932 OF LASS C ,WC MAROON AND WHITE f f f- 1, . Nineteen ThirtyfTwo ' A W., I X OF 1933 SS LA C MAROON AND WHITE N ineteen Thirtyftwo 1934 OF SS LA C Page Seventy- , MAROON AND WHITE Q Page Eighly Nineteen Thirty-Two Qt Paul Rofhkrug and Ruth Bassefl SEPT. 14, 1931: You may wander, and you may roamg you may travel, or stay at home, but there's one place you're bound to wind up at along about this time of the year. Well, here we are. SEPT.. 1931: The old school is taking on its semi-annual resemblance to a public highway. Posters to the right. posters to the left, posters in front and behind, big posters. little posters, glaring posters, sober posters. printed posters, picture posters, nice posters. ugly posters--oh! all kinds of posters. SEPT., 1931: The G. 0. Nominating Con- vention. You know, that's the big assembly we have at the beginning of every term when all the boys stand up around the side of the auditorium, while the girls laugh in com- fort. We had a couple of innovations this time: Addison Scoville turned radio an- nouncer, brougld his' oQ1vn."mike" and de- parted with same, havinig WTDWH the merits of Janice James into the air. Bobby Blissert relieved the monotony of his voice by crack- ing it. SEPT., 1931: The football season started off with a bang. Coach Coffin had a prac- tically complete team of veterans which swept through the first five games of the season like a cyclone. They went up to White Plains for the sixth, but Mazzioti was there .... However, they went through the rest of the season like a breeze. beating Providence, R. 1., in a charity game in the snow. DCT., 1931: P. T. A. Hallowe'en Dance. As far as quality goes, it was the twin brother of so many excellent P. T. A. dances. Gen- naro Credendino walked off with the danc- ing honors, and a girl screamed during a spotlight dance. Donit ask me why because 1 didn't have anything to do with it. Nov.. 1931: The Archery Club practices about this time of the year at the south end of the football field. We wonder what the girls are aiming at-the straw targets or thc hearts of the football players. Nov., 1931: Today we had the semi- annual parade of mental genius. the Honor Assembly. The list of scholastic stars was longer than usual, and we must admit that "Addy" Scoville bore up under the ordeal splendidly. In fact, the only time he faltered was when he had to read his own name. We guess it was the unexpected shock. NOV. 20, 1931: The Rah! Rah! fiasco. the Outdoor Assembly. This time the Juniors and Seniors put on the best exhibition of imitation football in the mud that we have ever seen. The Juniors being the best mud turtles walked off with the honors. Nineteen Thirtyffwo - A 0 Page Eighty-om o- MAROON AND wi-ure --il----o NOV. 21, 1931: The New Rochelle Foot- ball Dance. Because of the victory over the Purple., this was a jubilant affair. Our revered president, Addy Scoville. proved him- self a democrat by rolling up his shirt sleeves and sweeping the gym floor. WED., Nov. 25. 1931: We always wonder- ed what caused the great amount of sickness before Thanksgiving holiday. DEC. 3. 1931: When her class showed a woeful ignorance of propositions. Miss Brown emphatically declared that she would not get up on the blackboard and do propositions no matter how much we might want to see her do it. DEC. 5, 1931: We all went to see our basketball team open its season. That is. all but the fellows from Rye Neck saw them. They were so far in the dust that they never caught a glimpse of the boys. DEC. 9, 1931: Dr. Bisey addresed the Con- temporary Civilization Club and when its members arrived at the meeting they were astounded to see the spitten' image of Mahatma Gandhi sitting in the speaker's chair. But then they looked at his clothes and were disillusioned. DEC. 11, 1931: Had the finals of the Saturday Night Club debates on Friday night. Janice Paneth walked off with the honors while the male half of this column was mollified by honorable mention. DEC. 16, 1931: Section A fell asleep at the finals of the Senior Extemporaneous Speaking Contest, while Section B including us studied in peace. Phil Welber and "Bob- bie" Bowerman got the ten dollar gold pieces while Fred Carney and Helen Nicholl, who's responsible for this Annual, got live dollars apiece. DEC. 19, 1931: Went to see the musical comedy "Pickles,' presented as the combined effort of the musical and dramatic depart- ments, and we assure you that this was one of the times we enjoyed sitting in the auditorium. Q r Nineteen Thirty-Two Page Eighty-two Joan Tompkins took the girl lead and one could desire nothing better. However. our special correspondent tells us that Miss Kelly was equally good on the 18th. Cast in the part of an advertiser, Milt Schlossberg proved surprisingly effective as a Romeo. When better police forces are needed. Vienna will provide them in the persons of Nick Cuzzi, Staffy Knapp. and Seymour Sims. DEC. 23, 1931: We noticed that nobody carried home any books today. Had the an- nual Christmas dance this evening. There was Mistletoe over the doors all right but there were also serious minded chaperons in close proximity. This caused a surpris- ing amount of timidity. However, after the dance, Madeline Hood and Ruth Bassett each smuggled a sprig of it out, and then ...... ljust look the other way pleasel. JAN. ll, 1932: 1800 hangovers came back to school and Blue Monday befogged 1800 so called intellects somewhat more than usual. JAN. 14, 1932: Father and Son Dinner. Everybody had a whole lot of fun, and we noticed that Mr. Philips played father to some fifteen boys and Mr. Stewart father to Seymour Sims. THE WEEK or JAN. 18, 1932: With Regents week in the olling a cloud as of im- pending doom hangs over the school. One sees heretofore perfectly rational individuals going about bumping into this and that and the other thing mumbling queer bits of ex- tracts from Caesar, Cicero, or Vergil, or in- forming the world at large that the volume of a regular pyramid equals bhf3. G. O. ELECTION! Whereas the male por- tion of this column had a personal interest in the campaign, all comments on it should he laid at the door of the feminine half. Weive been wondering what Roy Cloud's feelings were when someone came up to him one noon before convention day and told him that he was up for vice-president. 0 The better half of this column is running for president. Columnists have that habit. Look at Heywood Broun. They say that good things come in small packages. We know it since each one of the newly elected councilors could be put into a half pint bottle with the cap on. We're getting the lowdown on many people since the baby pictures for the Maroon and White are floating around. Keep it quiet, but even the great Janice James was a baby once. A We wonder whether the new bell in the auditorium is an alarm clock or a signal for quiet. Stafford Knapp's new lunch time dance committee is a great institution. for it aids the digestion, saves the boys' money. and gives the young ladies a thrill or two. Nl.-uugli 10-12. 1932: tl. S. l'. A. Conven- tion. The delegation of fourteen budding journalists and three hudded journalists spent three days at Columbia being shown their woeful ignorance. The truly thrilling part of the whole busines, however, was coming to school on Friday morning, greet- ing one's friends. and then solemnly walk- ing out the main entrance just as the first period classes began to pass. APRIL I8, 1932: Had a great time at the faculty plays. We never thought that Mr. Hatch could look so fierce, that Mr. H. H. Murphy could fall on his knees so drama- tically, that Mr. Landon could win a prize fight. If we didn't end this tritely, it would be censored. So here's wishing you all a happy Regents lweek. O - HN ineteen Thirty-two O Page Eighty-llzrct Q MAROON AND WHITE Q Nineteen Thirty-two ' e Page Eighty-four H ONORS "Labor to keep alive in your breast that little spark of celestial fire, con- science. . . There is no truth more thoroughly established than that there exists in the economy and course of nature an indissoluble union between virtue and happiness, between duty arul advantage, between the genuine maxima of an honest and rnagnanimous poluby and the solid rewards of public pros- perity arul felzbityf' --Gsoncx-: WASHINGTON. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OF THE GENERAL ORGANIZATION Fall Spring President-Addison Seoville President-Stafford Knapp Vice-president-Madeline Hood Vice-president-Barbara Irwin Secretary-Norma Eckliardt Secretary-Elizabeth Kelley Treasurer-Miss Lewis Treasurer-Miss Lewis Board of Directors-Mr. Stewart, Mr. McGregor, Miss Riddle Members whose terms expire October, 1932: Mary Lee Catherine Kevan Mr. Kurtz Khatchik- Donelian Miss Rhodes Mr. Phillips Members whose terms expire February, 1933: Walter Ivers Miss Chase Seymour Sims Mr. Wyeth Member from the second year: John Moller Nineteen Thirtyffwo AQ Page Eighty-fir MAROON AND WHITE Martha Bossard Allan Cornish Attillia Credenclino Shirley Day Francis Dering Dorothy Donnelly Elizabeth Emmel Virginia Everard Angelina Firelli ,lohn Furlong Walter Grimberg Alma Hellsing Frances Hoffman George Kelley Irene Koutikas Irene Lacey Charles Lapple TAU EPSILON Pl Sponsor-Miss Mann MEMBERS Richard Lord Mary Lee Rosalie Lefko Bernard Marcus Mary McDonald John Milligan Ruth Mills Morton Nagelberg Carlisle Nevard Helen Nicholl Leonard Peyser Frederick Philips Carolyn Rodman Leon Rosenberg Bernard Ross Paul Rothkrug Rose Savastano Dorothy Schafer Hazel Schechter Harriet Schrader Sara Marie Scott Olga Spica Milton Stone .loan Tompkins Rocco Tripodi Claire Troeger Gladys Unger Marjorie Upton William Wagenseil Harriet Weinstein Lillian Wise Elsie Zuckerman Membership in Tau Epsilon Pi is the highest scholastic honor that Mount Vernon High School has to offer. It is given to those students maintainin average of 8519 or better, with no mark falling helow 702.-, for three years. Pa e Eighty-six Nineteen Thirtyftwo Mary Jane Kevan MAROON AND WHITE I NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY Ruth Bassett Robert Blissert Roberta Bowerman Mary Brodbeck Attillia Credendino Nicholas Cuzzi Norma Eckhardt Frank Ewing Helen Ewing Ralph Farh ,lohn Furlong Elizabeth Hardy Elizabeth C. Kelley Sponsor-Miss Mann MEMBERS Leonard Lake Charles Lapple Mary Lee Wallace Lee Rosalie Lefko Bernard Marcus Bruce Matheson ,Iohn Milligan Ruth Mills Morton Nagelber Carlisle Nevard Helen Nicholl Janice Paneth Frederick Philips U C Paul Rothkrug Hazel Schechter Harriet Schrader Seymour Sims ,Ianet Skinner ,lane Thatcher Katheryn Thatcher Joan Tompkins Claire Troeger William Wagenseil Philip Welber Lillian Wise Elsie Zuckerman wifi Irene Koutikas Florence Reilly This is one of the highest honors in the school and the only one that is nation- wide. Its members are chosen by the senior class and the faculty from 15272: of the highest ranking students of the class on the basis of scholarship, leadership, charac- ter, and service. The Mount Vernon High School chapter was chartered in 1922. Nineteen Thirtyftwo 0 Page Eighty-seven NATIONAL THESPIANS Orricrns President-Seymour Sims Vice-presidentAFrances Dcring Secretary-Richard Lord William Bartlett Elizabeth A. Kelley Addison Scoville Mary Brodbeck Mary Jane Kevan Seymour Sims Nicholas Cuzzi Stafford Knapp Elsie Solomon Frances Dering Leonard Lake Eugenia Tenney Juliette Eckenrode Richard Lord ,loan Tompkins Marie Haller Robert Mock William Wagenseil Betty Hardy Dorothy Petrillo Margaret L. Wveber Dick Bullnheimer Elizabeth Schafer Meredith White This honor society. a nation-wide organization, was first established in M. V. H. S. in 1929. lts members are chosen from those of the Dramatic Society who have earned a specified number of points in their work for the society. The possi- bility of achieving the National Thespian honor encourages Dramatic Society mem- bers to work even harder than' they otherwise would. 0 Nineteen Thirty-Two 1 Page Eigli ly'-eight ACTIVITIES "Every man who is in the vigor of life ought to serve his country in what- ever line it requires and he is ft for. . . I cannot hope that my services have been the bestg but my heart tells me that they have been the best that I could render. . . A slender acquaintance with the world must convince every man that actions are the true crlltenbn of the at- tachment of friendship." -Gsoncx-: WASHINGTON. 4,9240 6 We ,Y 'R I I N. -S u Q ,-, J, J1 x L, if sf 'Xl , W ' 9 9 I 0 4 Nxahk 3 4464 r ,Q . 4 ' p 4' Jffxml A l P 1. I , 'NM 'N M f 1 , Q! flag!! Sf 1 4 !I 4' ,F! f L l J' Xb: N: 1 'N xx, 1g , 1 J: 1N, Q QWWQ4 , W ' 1 ,' Tp A .fl glib ,W 5 3, .- '3 V :ki gr :ugly X o 44 ' ,' 4 Q 4 :M , ' 4 , E W 44 4 MAROON AND WHITE O MAROON AND WHITE OFFICERS Editor-in-chief-Helen R. Nicholl Editorial Advisor-Mrs. Elsa Drum Business Manager-Leonard Berman Business Advisor- Assistant Editor-Paul Rothkrug Art Editor-+-Harriet Schrader Literary Editor-Rosalie Lefko Picture Editors-lrene Koutikas Estelle Lustig Records Editor-Harold Nickelsberg Snapshot Editor-Leonard Peyser Typing Editor--Miriam Nierenberg EDITORIAL STAFF Elizabeth Emmel Janet Skinner Claire Troeger Jeanne Sincoff Arthur Wasserman Mr. M. De Witt Landon Art Advisor7MiSs Nourse Advertising Manager-Elizabeth C. Kelley Subscription Managershliired Linder Henry Price Athletic Editors-Gertrude Graham Stanley Reitzes Joke Editor-Roberta Bowerman Dorothy Victor Edward Reid Morris Birken Solomon Soloff Amelia Acocella Meyer Gorochow William Wagenseil Bertram Karp Helen Ewing Attilio Balletta BUSINESS STAFF Ruth Bassett Virginia Keller Elizabeth Schafer Louis Lauricella Margaret Di Rienzo. Stephen Yohalem Ruth Mills Leslie Sachs Robert Sheinfeld Muriel Buckley Adele Weiss Nathan Suhitzky ART STAFF John Milligan Alice Trimble John Huge Marjorie Arnold The hoard of the Annual consists, this year, of forty-five students who, under the guidance of Mrs. Drum and Mr. Landon, have assembled and edited the year- book. Their aim is always to produce a hook that Shall he an artistic and literary record of the School year. Nineteen Thirty-two 0 Page Eighty-nine 'O 'S .-Q O MAROON AND WHIT i HLNEVVS Fall Term Spring Term EDITOR-IN-CHIEF . .Philip Welber Morton Nagelberg SPORTS EDITOR . . .Leonard M. Lake ASSOCIATE EDITOR . .Janice Paneth ASSISTANT EDITORS . Benjamin Charnas Harvey Isaak, Carlisle Nevard BUSINESS MANAGER . Leonard Berman ASSISTANT MANAGERS . Harold Nickelsberg Fred M. Linder SPONSOR .... .Mr. S. G. Kurtz BUSINESS ADVISOR . .Mr. De Witt Landon M. De Blasio B. Brecher Il. Feinberg B. Hickok J. Lawler C. Lindhiem R . MacGregor M. Quinn M. Goldstein M. Rocamora H. Korn A. Starobin Page Ninety EDITORIAL STAFF E Weinberg . Taylor . Goldstein L. Fierst Oshroff .l. Graham Tripato M. Hood Rowerman .l. James Caffiero R. Lagunoff Ewing R. Mills Charles Wise-fArt Editor Business Bormu Philips Sincolf Stengel Gottschall Weiss Reitzes Sims Adolphe Alperin . Weinberg L. Alexander M. Fink I. Duhin Abelman A. Roberts Scheinbart J. Skinner Stainm E. Reid Nineteen ThirtyfTwo - KQLHINALI Akvlx 1lllll'Fr- ig DRAMATIC SOCIETY OFFICERS Fall Term Spring Term President--Stafford Knapp President-Richard Bullenheimer Vice-president-lletty Kelley Vice-president--Frances Dering Secretary'-Betty Hardy Secretary-Margaret L. Weber NIEMBERS William Bartlett Mary E. Brodbeck Richard Bullenheimer Jane Louise Clary Nicholas Cuzzi Frances Dering Juliette M. Echenrode Norma Eckhardt Frances Forsdick John Furlong Marie Haller Betty Hardy Ruth Harris Ruth Hirsh William Howe Elsie Zuckerman Virginia H. Keller Betty Kelley Mary Jane Kevan G. Stafford Knapp Wallace Lee Richard Lord Robert Mock Dorothy J. Petrillo Harriet Preston Elizabeth Schaffer Hazel Schechter Betty Sheppard Evelyn Schneider Gertrude Sweeney Addison B. Scoville Seymour Sims Janet E. Skinner Olga Spica Nancy Sprague Estelle Stengel Wilson Stewart Eugenia Tenney loan Tompkins Alice Trimble William Wagenseil Martin Warshafsky Margaret L. Weber Meredith White Lewis Willing Beatrice Workman Since l9l4, the Dramatic Society has been one of the most active organizations in the school. Each year, it has produced approximately four plays or .groups of plays with the casts made up from the forty members. Since the entire production is carried out by the members themselves. the society provides an admirable training ground for all those interested- in dramatics. Nineteen Thirty-two 0 Page Ninety-one f X ,l.i....l. ..--v -----il MAROON AND WHlTE-"- l ORCHESTRA Director-Mr. Neilsen Presidentvliohert Evans Treasurer--Charles Tripato Viee-president-Ruth Walter Librarian Secretary'-Mary Brodbeck Ist Violin Abraham Hyman Estelle Lustig Jacqueline Goodier Julia Stamm Imogen Groeschel Israel Sololl Joseph Radogna Mary Fraser Virginia Keller Arnold Gottlieb Charles Tripato Ruth Chatfield Anthony Leggiere Thomas Zibelli Anthony Carretta Natalie Langhein 2nd Violin Mary Brodbeck Alma Helbing Eugene Stamm Rocco Tripodi Elsie Peterson Page Ninety-two Virginia O'Neill Madeline Blenus Robert Hoerning William Close Harley Fetzer Elihu Bond Joseph Tibenio Magdalene Kovacs Charles Nelson Vincent Tramonte Dulce Fox Irving Bernstein Howard Watsky Bessie Smith Ist Cornet Joel Baum George Brown Roger Baker 2nd Cornet William Harper Charles Jaeger Quentin Thompson Robert Hill Nineteen Thirtyftwo -Abraham Hyman Saxophone Eb Alto .larnes Brown Frank Marino Lester Graves Bassoon Clemens Pantaleo Clarinets Bob Evans Sadie Budnick Parmalee Hill Trombone Ed Bisondi Donald Ralston Flute Justine Bikely Harvey Isaak Drums Medford .Iones William Walansky Piano I Jane Clary Ruth Walter French Horn. Stephen Yohalem gd l h,X LX ltlrifxfsxi Axvlx ulllllII-r- O THE BAND Leader-Mr. Irving Cheyette Student Leader-John Reilly Robert Stickney Cecil Abelmen Israel Soloff Abe Kezner Meyer Corochow Louis Drypoleher Joel Baum Robert Nelson Ed Iiisordi Saul Wolff Tom Zibelli Donald Neuman Dick Robinson Adelaide Kane John Hess Seymour Luckowe Duke Pantalio Sadie Budnick Hay Clough Philip Levin Robert Hill Roger Baker Donald Ralston Ahe Hyman William Hiehl Lee Saari Nathan Lasobsky ,Ioseph Herbert Jeanne De Maso Joel Weinberg Nathan Goldstein Shirley Drypolcher r Lawrence Davis Norman Kelley Parmelee Hill Harvey Isaak Wallace Lee Ann Maharon Joseph Caplan Tom Sansone Theodore Halperin Charles Tripato Ward Colden William Harper Nathan Subitsky Arthur Shechner Bob O'I3rien ,lames McMahon Francis Luckower Charles Kloer I-Irant Donelian Stephen Bongiorno Harlan Phillips At each of the football games of the fall season, the band provided the musical background for all the cheering and singing. Under the leadership of Mr. Cheyette. it has grown from its formation in 1930 to a large, well-conducted instrument of music. Nineteen Thirty-two O Page Ninety-three Q MAROON AND WHITE - SIGMA DELTA EPSILON Sponsor-Miss Brower OFFICERS Fa1lTerm. Spring Term PresidentHMary Jane Kevan President-Elizabeth A. Kelley Vice-presidentfv-Mary Lee Vice-president-Elizabeth Emmel Secretary-Joan Tompkins Secretary-Frances Forsdick Lindsay Allen Amalie Guenther Margaret Lee Anita Archer Marie Haller Mary Lee Inez liuonodona Elizabeth Capron Helen Clark jane Louise Clary Margaret Conner Frances Dering Elizabeth Dugan Norma Eckhardt Elizabeth Emmel Frances Forsdick Constance Forth Mildred Frechtel Rosemary Allen Helen Ewing Ruth Hirsh Madeline Hood Madeline lurka Janice James Elizabeth A. Kelley Elizabeth C. Kelley Catherine Kevan Mary lane Kevan Irene Lacey Roberta Lagunoff Doris Langenbahn Alice Lee Elizabeth Hardy Jacqueline Hayes Rosalie Lefko Ruth Mills Helen Nicholl Harriet Preston Caroline Rodman Harriet Schrader Janet Skinner Nancy Sprague Gertrude Sweeney loan Tompkins Marjorie Upton Renee Koutikas Sigma. organized in 1914. has long felt the need for a new constitution due to thc rapid growth of the school, and the like-wise changing demands for the girls' honor society. During the last term, the members have written a new constitution meeting the needs they have encountered: thus this club has succeeded in carrying on the traditional name of Sigma Delta Epsilon. O Nineteen Thirty-two Page Nin cly-lou r Betty Schafer ALPHA TAU DELTA Sponsor-Miss Lyon OFFICERS President-Betty Chambers Vice-president-Marion Schleicher Secretary-Mary Bath NIEMBERS Elizabeth Gilbert Alice Bagg Betty ,lane Balsly Mary Lou Balsly Ruth Bassett Roberta Bowerman Helen Bulkley Esther Cartright May DesMarets Eleanor Foster Eleanor Frame Katherine Fraser Muriel Coodliffe Lois Haut Eusebia Haut Dorothy Heidtman Evelyn Hobby Dorothy Hogan Barbara Irwin Dorothy Johnson Rita Kaplan Dorothy Mogel Marion Schleicher Alice Schweikirt Betty Shephard Eleanor Stewart Claire Stolz Harriet Stewart Marion Van Ciesan Dorothy Victor Emily Wood This group of girls was organized a few years ago to stand with Sigma Delta Epsilon as a girls' society so that more girls might have the benefit of working and playing together. The thirty members always attempt to render service to the school and to the city. Nineteen Thirtyftwo 0 Page Ninety-hue SENIOR DEBATING SOCIETY Sponsor-Mr. Taylor OFFICERS President-eCarlisle Nevard Vice-president-Edward Gottschall Secretary-Stephen Zysman Cecil Alvelman Benjamin Charnas Richard Custer Leonard Gevertz Milton Goldstein Edward Gottschall Harvey Isaak Alexander Kaplan MEMBERS Charles Kloer Edward Maag Theresa Manna Carlisle Nevard Harold Nickelslmcrg William Prigge Alvin Roberts Dorothy Schaffer George Schweig Robert Sherwood Adele Victor Arthur Wasserman Charles Wise Elsie Zuckerman Stephen Zysman This group was organized in order to stimulate interest in that popular form of puhlic-speaking-debating. The membership is limited to thirty-six, who are selected by the try-out method. Annually, teams are chosen from the enrollment to represent the school in the debate with the New Rochelle High School team, and the contest dehate at the Saturday Night Cluh forum. ln addition, a debate was held with Evander Childs High School of New York City. The regular meetings are devoted to debates on current issues. Mr. Johnson is the coach. Q Nineteen Thirtyftwo Page N inety-six MAROON AND WHITE O JUNIOR DEBATING SOCIETY Frances Coldenstein Frances Sweeney Anita Wise Bernard Brecker Adele Richie Hyman Turner Sponsor-Mr. Tuggey OFFICERS President-Seymour Aronson Vice-president-Joseph Johnston Secretary-Leba Fierst Doris Magee June Butler Sarah Emerson Maynard Gueft Doris Lee Kadis Raymond Munkowsky Morton Adolph Ilarriet Heineman Caryl Feinburg liuth Jay lienico Benefield This club, open to sophomores, gives its members practical experience in the principles of debating. It was started in l927 with its membership limited to 20. At its meetings, it holds debates and discussions on current problems -and topics of interest. Nineteen Thirty-two Page Nirmty-sezveu MAROON AND WHITE Ice SANS SOUCI Fall Term Spring Term President-Harry Crawford .President-Helen Nicholl Vice-president-Roberta Bowerman Vice-president-James Graham Secretary-Hazel Schechter Secretary-William Brantman Treasurer-Rosalie Lefko Treasurer-Rocco Tripodi Roberta Bowerman William Brantman Sara Bresler Virginia Candido Rose Consolazio Harry Crawford Frances Dering Dorothy Donnelly Elizabeth Emmel Dulce Fox Sylvia Friedman .lames Graham .laqueline Hayes Rosalie Lefko Henrietta Levy Elga Liverman Estelle Lustig Theresa Mauna Helen Nicholl Sylvia Marcus Ruth Nelson Lois Odell Nora Platt William Prigge Agnes Ratajack Florence Reilly Carolyn Rodman Paula Rosenblum Rose Savastano Dorothy Schafer Hazel Schechter George Schweig Susette Seres Virginia Slabodski Jeanne Sincoff Olga Spica Claire Troeger Rocco Tripodi Rene Vanina Alice Whilfen Lillian Wise Paul Slabodski Inez Buonadona Elsie Leach Nelson Leonard Beatrice Workman Selma Fraili Ruth Walter Chester McArthur Edna Bisey Imogen Groschel Rita Gilman Alexander Kaplan . Evelyn McCullough Eileen Garofano Ruth Kalkof This French Club. begun in 1909. is organized to help the French students of the school in their study of French. The meetings are conducted entirely in French by its fifty members who present plays, recitations, songs, and games at the hi- weekly meetings. Page Ninely-eight Nineteen Thirtyftwo MAROON AND WHITE O Ruth Becker Florence Bonnell James Capasso Anthony Carilli Richard Dudley Mildred Frechtel Helen Friedman Edna Goldsmith Meyer Gorochow Lillian Grossman Albert Impara EL ATENEO Sponsor-Miss Leighton OFFICERS President-William Allgair Vice-president-Ruth Mills E Secretary-Mary Sgammato Treasurer-William Kortlang MEMBERS Irene Lacey Marie Russell Ann Maharon Charles Ryweck Bernard Marcus Sara Marie Scott William McNulty Joseph Seguda Sylvia Merrell Marjory Sillery Evelyn Miller Nathan Subitsky Ralph Nahigian Richmond Sutherland Anna Nelson Janice Taylor Ruth Osborne Thomas Tursi Dorothv Petrillo Ada Williams Leon Rosenberg This club, though only organized in l9l-50, has become. for the Spanish students, the counterpart of the French a'Sans Souciu. The forty members, elected from among the best Spanish students, hold meetings and present plays and games, entirely in Spanish. Nineteen Thirtyftwo as -f 6 Page Ninety-nine nrxrxru A nrrs nr' f H1 Ki B O Y M A R S l"l A l.. S Sponsor-Mr. Bierman Fall Term Spring Term Head Marshal-Charles Tripato Head Marshal-Abe Qshroff Deputies- Deputies- Abe Oshrolf Leo Scheinbart Oscar Richter Leo Seheinbart Philip Alperin Myer Goroehow Max Silverman sssaaeyxxamer Benjamin Vinokur Arnold Gottleib Lee Saari Oscar Richter Seymour Silverman Solomon Soloff Wesley Smith Jerry Signorelli Xavier Macaro Seymour Aronson Anthony Caretta Charles Lapple Richard Freydberg Charles De Long Charles Kloer Bernard Yavelow Martin Warshafsky Irving Bernstein William Harper Harry Bauman Mervin Meyer Wallace Ayers Kenneth Worms William Schleicher Roger Palmer Walter Leggat Gennaro Credendino Arthur Boccaccio David Hindleman Stanley Olszewski William McNulty Irving Schmerler Robert Palmer Morris Birken Charles McKenna Ira Zweifach Richard Robinson Lester Graves Bernard Levy Melvin Reiner This group of boys was organized in 1915 to keep the school running smoothly and with the least possible confusion. They see that the passing between classes is as swift as possible and assist at games and assemblies. Page Om' Hundred Nineteen Thirty-Two GIRL MARSHALS SPOnsor-Miss Lewis L! OFFICERS V 'Q' Head Marshal-Hazel Schechter Deputy Marshals-Virginia Keller, Lucille Quinn Nancy Sprague Joan Sawyer Miriam Neirenberg Sara Bresler Eleanor Eckhardt Ruth Walter Margaret Lee ' Suzette Seres Ruth Osborne Doris Langenbahn Natalie Baum MEMBERS Virginia MacClellan Charlotte Robinson Dorothy Schafer Olga Spica Roberta Lagunoff Amalie Guenther Elizabeth Emmel Helen Nicholl Ruth Nilson Harriet Lane Edith Beladino Rose Consolazio Gwendolyn Raith Irene Lacey Paula Rosenblum Mary Nosher Carolyn Coodstein Inez Cuzzens Dorothy Berman Anne Seigel This group, organized in 1916, assists the boy marshals whenever possible, keeping the halls clear and seeing that the necessary traffic regulations are enforced. Despite the increasingly crowded conditions of the school, they have coped with the problems admirably. Nineteen Thirty'two Q Page One Hundred and One f if - I GIRLS' GLEE CLUB Director-Mr. Nielsen OFFICERS President .................... Betty Hickok Vice-president .... .... H arriet Schrader Secretary ...... .... li 'Iargaret Kinsch Treasurer .... ..... E lizaheth Emmel Olga Gertz Librarians "" Madeline Gelard BOYS' GLEE CLUB OFFICERS President ................. Arthur Liebfred Vice-president . . . .... Nelson Leonard Secretary ..... .... W 'illiam Bartlett Treasurer .. .... Heinz Irmscher Librarian ...... Robert Hill The Boys' and Girls, Clee Clubs were organized in 1922 to provide a means for those interested in singing to gain valuable practice. They practice twice a week the music which they sing each spring at the Westchester County Junior Music Festival and also at their annual concert. The vocal talent for the operetta "Pickled, was supplied hy these girls and boys. . O. - Nineteen Thirtyftwo Page One Hundred and Two ' THE SERVICE CLUB Sponsor-Miss Leonard I T' OFFICERS Fall Term Spring Term President-Roger Palmer President-Kenneth Worms Vice-president-Eileen Sullivan Vice-presidentWAttilia Credendino Secretary-Jane Thatcher Secretary-Ruth Donovan The Service Club was organized in 1930 for the express purpose of rendering service to the schoolg and has always succeeded in accomplishing this. The club has found many ways of proving itself useful in helping both the ollice and library staffs, taking attendance in the auditorium, and delivering notice sheets. Some members also do special work for certain departments or teachers. The large membership of this club shows the desire on the part of students to be of service to their school. Nineteen Thirtyftwo ' 0 Page One Hundred and Three CHESS CLUB President-Seymour Israel President-Paul Rothkrug Vice-president-Seymour Blumenson Vice-president-Seymour Blumenson Secretary-Paul Rothkrug Secretary-Seymour Israel MEMBERS . Martin Harkavy Paul Rothkrug Stafford Knapp Seymour Blumenson Carlisle Nevard Seymour Israel Each year out of its membership of twenty, the Chess Club organizes a team of five which engages other teams all over the county. It holds no regular meetings and has no faculty adviser but its members play continually, gaining invaluable practice in this highly intellectual pastime. 0 A Nineteen Thirty-two Page One Hundred and Four MARooN AND WHITE o AVIATION CLUB Sponsor: Mr. Searle OFFICERS President-Chester Bickelhaupt Vice-president-Matthew Karl Secretary-Virginia McClellan MEMBERS Harry Pack Joel Weinberg Herbert Jewell Margaret Guard Fred Kroessig Alan Stein William Quincey Eugene Kelner Paul Mockridge Paul Slobodsky Jesse Mehrlust Harry Bauman This club consists of all those students interested in aviation. It was formed in 1928 and has no limit to its membership. lt attempts to stimulate interest in aviation and gain an increased knowledge of the intricacies of aeroplanes hy talks and visits to flying fields. xg W Nineteen Thirtyftwo - '--- E 6 Page One Iluudreclt and Fire MAROON AND WHITE Theodore Alperin William Allgair William Bach Alexander Brill Dominick Caliero John Charlton Walter Grimberg Wlilliam Huehsch Carmine Lauricella Robert Mock SCIENCE CLUB Orricmas President-Morton Nagelberg Vice-president-Dominick Cafiero Secretary-Harold Nickelsherg NIEMBERS Paul Mockridge Morton Nagelberg Harold Niclcelsber Bernard Ross Martin Schleicher George Schweig Allen Weber Charles Wise Raeburn Clough Laurence Troeger Cecil Abelman Irving Hochberg Irving Smith Allan Funch Seymour Luckower Hrant Donelian .Iohn Weiss Nathan Lesofsky Laurence Davis The Science Club. formed in 1930. is composed of twenty-four students who are interested in any phase of science. During the year, it has had many illustrated lectures on scientific topics which have been open to the school. Its program has also included trips to industrial plants and talks hy science teachers. Page One Humlred and Six Nineteen Thirtyftwo 5 Sponsor- Ruth Grossman Sophia Friedman Dorothy Starkman Anna Bauman Edna Thompson Eleanor Eckhardt Ethel Weinstein lrona Johnson Harriet Heiniman PING PONG CLUB Mr. Wells President-Philip Alperin Roberta Lagunoli' Dorothy Frost Rita Gilman Leonard Feinblatt Bernard Marcus Grace Kryske Irving Paley Marion Fink Martin Warshafsky Harry Vinokur Hyman Alperin Harriet Weinstein Seymour Israel William Schweitzer Marvin Fischer Robert Sherwood Norman Kasnetz Leo Scheinbart In order to provide facilities for those interested in this fascinating indoor sport, Mr. Wells started this club in 1929. The membership of the organization is limited to thirty-five. The meetings start with a short period of instruction given by Mr. Wells, who is a champion himselfg then the members repair to the Boys' Gym, where five regulation tables, a gift of the G. 0. Council, are set up for play. Nineteen Thirtyffwo O Page One Hundred and Seven c MAROON AND WHITE JUN IOR RED CROSS Sponsor-Helen E. Walther Fall Term President-Dorothy Falcino Vice-president-Sylvia Golden Secretary-Ruth Becker OFFICERS Spring Term President-Sylvia Golden Vice-president-Ruth Becker Secretary-Ruth Grossman Treasurer-Jeanette Schwartz Treasurer-Helen Friedman MEMBERS Alberta Miller Anna Nelson Edna Goldsmith Elizabeth Rubin Paula Rosenblum Vivian Enello Evelyn Becker Catherine Peccioni Doris Goodsell Florence Milligan Rita Gilman Ruth Grossman Lillian Pagliaro Helen Friedman .leanette Schwartz Sylvia Golden Ruth Becker Gwendolyn Raith .lean De Maso Edna Durnford Rose Uslan This cluh, a branch of the National Junior Red Cross, devotes its time to all types of charitable activities throughout the city. Its membership is limited to thirty students who devote their meetings to working for others. Q - Nineteen Thirty-two Page One Ilumlred and Eight 1-T----M: MAROON AND WH I T E 2-T---1--sse+-e-o CONTEMPORARY ClVll.lZATlON CLUB Sponsor-Mr. L. .l. Murphy Fall Term Spring Term President-Paul Rothkrug President-Arthur Wasserman Vice-president-Eiga Liverman Vice-president-Virginia . Keller Secretary-Stephen Yohalem Secretary-Stephen Yohalem lWEMBERS Paul Rothkrug Parmalee Hill Dorothy Heidtman Charlotte Brecher Allyn Vlfeber Joel Weinberg Walter Grimberg Leonard Feinblatl Ira Zweifach Donald Ralston Rosalie Lefko Herbert Rooney Albert Impara Lewis Wise Pierce Middleton Martin Harkavy Roberta Bowerman Alan Funch Harry Bauman Janice Paneth Organized and sponsored by Mr. Murphy in 1930, this select group. limited to 25, devotes its meetings to discussion of current topics and Round Table debates on the questions of the day. The club is represented at public conferences by members, who retell the happenings to their fellow-members at the following meeting. This club, though newly chartered at school, is rapidly gaining popularity. Nineteen Thirtyftwo Q Page Une Hundred und Nine MAROON AND WHITE QUILL AND SCROLL Sponsor-Mr. Kurtz OFFICERS F1111 Term , Spring Term President ........ Carlisle Nevard President ........ Frederick Philips Vice-president .... Morton Nagelberg Vice-president .... Harold'Nickelsberg Secretary ........ Madeline Hood Secretary ........ Janice James NIEMBERS Carlisle Nevard Morton Nagelberg Madeline Hood Stanley Reitzes Milton Gordon Edward Gottschall James Graham Jess Weiss Dorothy Heidtmann Leonard Gevertz Martin Wfarshafsky Leba Fierst Alvin Starobin Roberta Bowerman Frederick Stengal Harold Nickelsberg Harvey Isaak Jeannie Sincolif Roberta Lagunofi' Maxine Koeppel Leonore Dubrowin Janice James Janice Paneth Alexander Brill Philip Welber Eugene Stamm Elga Liverman Martin Harkavy Frederick Philips Janet Skinner Addison Scoville Helene Smolian Naomi Schulman Isabelle Reeves Seymour Sims Elizabeth Emmel Joan Tompkins Benjamin Charnas Ruth Mills Helen Nicholl Emelie Davis Leonard Lake Milton Herman Kenneth Worms Helen Ewing Louise Alexander Bennett Charnas The members of this club are those students on the editorial boards of the Hi News and the Maroon and White who have been recommended by their editors It devotes its meetings to discussions of the points of journalism and also has lectures by various professional journalists. Page One Hundred and Ten Nineteen Thirty-two GAMMA SIGMA CHI OFFICERS President-Attillia Credendino Secretary-Dorothy Perri Vice-president-Eleanor Censulla Treasurer-Harriet Schrader ll'lEMBI-IRS Olga llosin Pearl Triglia Helen Buckley Ida Martens Marion Weir Sarah Dritz Elise Heigold Jennie Triano ' Margaret Deagen Edith Fischer Muriel Taylor Helen Cunningham The commercial students of the school, in l93l, organized this club as a short- hand society, a place where its fifteen members might gain practice in shorthand and business methods and also have social meetings. Nineteen Thirtyftwo 0 Page One Hzmrlred and Eleven O MAROON ANID WHITE 5 rl N.- f J, 'd x 1 a .J NJ Q 3 .J w QA ET LA Sponsor-Miss McGuinness OFFICERS F all Term Spring Term, Presidentm-William Reilly President-Allen Van Cott Vice-president-Edwin Fisher Vice-president-Robert Clark Secretary-Robert Clark Secretary-Harriet Preston Treasurer-Evelyn MacCullough Treasurer-Eleanor Foster Cal et La is a new French club, organized in the fall of 1931 by Miss McGuiness ' for the purpose of giving French 3 pupils an opportunity for extra French activities such as are afforded to the more advanced students by Sans Souci. The demand for such a club was amply shown by the large number of students who responded for membership. This club affords an interesting way of gaining practical knowledge of France,-her customs and her language. Q Nineteen Thirtyffwo L Page' Une Hllmlrfvl H1111 Tzrrlz,-C .-. - MAROON AND WHITE - Lindsay Allen Amalie Guenther Estelle Ash Anita Archer Mary Brodbeck Betty Capron Edith Cohen Doris Cotten Emily Davis Margaret Conner ARCHERY CLUB Sponsorhhlrs. ,laros GROUP LEADERS Norma Eckhardt Helen Ewing Betty Chambers Helen Clark MEMBERS Caroline Goodstein Margaret Guard Dorothy Glaske Ethel Griliiths Marie Louise Hoerning Dorothy Horseman Ruth Jaros Dorothy Johnson Shirley Drypolcher Esther Kashney Frances Forsdick Margaret Lee Imogen Groeschel Jane Miller Ruth Masset Virginia O'Neil Genevieve Perri Anna Sturken Eleanor Stewart Winifred Van Hagen Helen Zumvordi Anne Siegle Evylon Jones Ruth .Walters Henrietta Condon The Archery Clulm is a new group formed last year for all those girls interested in archery. They have two large targets and hows and arrows, and they practice shooting every week. They are divided into six groups with an experienced shooter at the head of each group. Many of them are quite expert at hitting the hull's eye. Nineteen Thirtyftwo Q Page Une Hunrlrvvl mul Tlrirlr' Q--:L-2: MAROON AND WHITE--1' LE HAUT PARLEUR ' Sponsor-4Miss Shihles Editor-in-Chief ............... Rene Vanina Assistant Editor .... . . .Henrietta Conlan Business Manager ........ Carolyn Coodstein Assistant Business Manager ..Alexander Brill Eusebia Haut Florence Reilly Typists . . . .... . . . . This publication, sponsored hy Miss Shibles of the French department, was organized in 1931 to .provide valuable practice in writing miscellaneous articles in French for the French students. It is edited and published entirely by the students. Q - Nineteen Thirtyftwo Page One Humlrefl and Fourteen vl 't -,Xl if 0 l , MAROON AND WHITE L O Scene from the operetta "Pickles" given by the musical and dramatic depart- ments of the school. The Dramatic Socielfs annual production 'iTl1e Torch-bearers". Nineteen Thirtyftwo me Page Une IlIlflIl1l'Pd and Fiflvvrl Ine Hundred d S MAROON AND WHITE Nineteen Th irtyftwo X ATHLETICS lx .. 40 I consider storms and victory under the direction of a wise Providence who no doubt directs them for the best pur- poses, and to bring round the greatest degree of happiness to the ggatest num- ber. . . The thinking part o?'mankind do not form their judgment from eventsj and that chief equity will ever attach equal glory to those actions which de- serve success, as to those whzkrh have been crowned with it. . . We must not despairg the game is yet in our own handsg to play it well is all we have to dof, -G1-:oncl-: WASHINGTON. -.X xx 1 F v n 5 I 7-ni. s, -,,, FOOTB LL Although confronted by a lengthy schedule this fall, Coach Collin produced one of his greatest teams. At the end of the season, the Mount Vernon High School ranked third in the Metropolitan District in scoring. and had an impressive record of nine victories and one loss. The first contest saw Port Richmond, S. I., Westbury, and Hicksville of Long Island all go down to defeat by scores of 20-0, 26-0, and 32-0, respectively. Levy, McNulty, and Olszewski, veteran linesmen of the Maroon and White, all played brilliantly in the above games. After four years of ties and losses with Concordia Prep, Coach Collinls men finally overwhelmed the Bronxville Prepsters by the score of 32-0. Port Chester returned home with a 37-0 defeat in the opening county fray, the passing combination of Egidio to Covino being the feature of the afternoon. X The following Saturday, we traveled to White Plains for the deciding issue of the W. l. A. A. league championship. Over-preparation ruined the chances of the Maroon Steamroller, as well as the fine work of Mazziotti, Orange and Black star. Here we received our first and only setback of the season. Mamaroneck came to Howard Field with a husky, confident eleven. Fortunately, Ed. Williams reached his peak and dashed away at will. The final standing showed Mount Vernon run up its highest score of the season, 48-0. Nineteen Thirtyftwo Page One Hundred and Sexentetn vxxqf ' tk il X VT O -i-MAR-OON AND WHITE . . r . . . , A ' U el , 1 First Team .. N ,.J Jr' K.JA. .fa JJ 4 X f s lf, Edward Williams 2' Stanley Olszewski Khatchik Donelian Gennaro Credendino Horace Weldon William McNulty Samuel Lev'ne ' ' John Tarter Arthur Leibfred Walter lverlg f'.,, ff- lra Palm jerry Signorelli George Freeman -' - 1 Patsy Edgidio Edward 0'Neill fx Ernest J Men Alfred Covino :lux Albert Annunziatili Bernur vy '-'rf-Fiore Di Marzo' A Donald Neuman X-141 L! Q H' , J .X i Y I X The Maroon and lvhite Gridders again triumphed on the following weekend .. over a strong squad from Yonkers Central, 32-6. Eddy Williams tore through our L W opponents' line for two scores, while Jerry llredendino started the Maroon machine by making continual gains through the left flank of the Blue and Grange forward ' ,X X wall. Yonkers scored when Kelly nabbed a pass over the end zone. However, Jansen X Os broke through to block the placement kick. 1 The final county tussle came with our rivals, New Rochelle. . .and Williams, and the entire Maroon and White team outplayed, outcharged, and outfought the D Purple and White, even though the score. 12-6, does not indicate the rout. ' As an aid to charity. the successful Mount Vernon team opposed Providence Tech, whom the Eastern Championship Mount Vernon had played in 1925. Ed Wil- liams again starred by eluding tacklers on his three trips across the Tech goal-line. The outfit from the smallest state of the Union tallied on an end sweep, after they 'Of Nineteen Thirtyftwo Page one Hunzlrml and Eighteen had intercepted a Maroon aerial. Palm provided the other score for Mount Vernon nabbing a Providence pass, with Olszewski leading the way as interference. Jansen, Williams, Levy, Olszewski, and Palm earned themselves a berth on various all-county elevens, and Mount Vernon High School closed its season with an excelknt record. The second team fared well under the guidance of Coach Earl Oswald. The ,layvee record provided one victory, two Lies, and two losses. Cliff Taylor. Inglis, Goerlitz, and Scheibel were outstanding during the entire .layvee schedule. iii ' W - - -ANN. ,.,f" of ,- af'efe" ' ' ' Qt' 9 J rf". it kj x Ili ' . Second Team Y l Walter Morrison John McNulty William Halmiton James LaVecchi ,lohn Lombardi Mark Fionda Anthony Coggia Eugene Kelner Robert Clark .lohn Edmonds Roy Cloud Bernard Auer Leonard Inglis William Biantnlan Roger ,Iewett Edward Bantz Nineteen Thirtyftwo Willard Bellesheinl Robert Ramsay Joe Metia Charles Goerlitz Ned Porcelly George Schneider William Shibles Wendell Thompson Page One Hundred and Nineteen ,s .-- ,5 nvwtv S Na 0 QefZQ wah, , rf' , . , x 4' X, 1 K - . V E l.'J J J X"-fxx -fl-fair-I ' BASKETBALL . t XX- ,rs S. ' F Coach-Mr. Oswald V ' Angelo Firelli Arthur Leibfred William Henvy Stanley Reitzes' Edward Williams Robert Ramsay Alfred Covino George Cohen Matthew Rosenbaum .lack Bronsky One of the greatest quintets ever turned out by Mount Vernon High School experienced a successful season by capturing fourteen out of seventeen games and the runner-up position to Yonkers. Coach Oswald spent the early contests searching for a five-man team that would co-operate. Finally, I-lenvy, Firelli, Williams, Rosen- baum. and Covino answered the call by making a total of seven straight victories. For the first time in seven years the Maroon and White was victorious over Yonkers, though, in a return game, Yonkers defeated Mount Vernon. The Maroon just failed to win the County Championship when Port Chester defeated them by a mere basket. e -- Nineteen Thirtyftwo Page One Hundred and Twenty 4 uf- 0 MAROON AND WHITE -' mnftm f ...ffwf S A ?fvd"': 53 ,N . fi lk R . ' K L N. l i i x'uJ e.xove VV X WVU elrnpfx Coach-Mr. Coffin Alfred Covino Matthew Rosenbaum Donald Lathrop William Seeman Arthur Cross BASEBALL Manager--Leonard Lake Edward Williams Michael Manganiello Robert Cassin Walter Ivers Thomas Roberto Khatchik Donelian William Henvy Stanley Olszewslci John Stamler Gennaro Credendino At the time when the Maroon and White went to press, the Mount Vernon High School Baseball Team had won six games out of six starts and was leading the Westchester Interscholastic Athletic Association League. l3ernard Levy l 7 D Nineteen Thirtyftwo gL,oQQu15 lD!a'H3Z"" O Page One Hundred and Twenty-one 9 t MAROON AND WHlTE f 5 B O Y S ' T E N N l S . 1 N Adviser-Mr. Carrmr' Bernard Marcus-Captain Leonard Feinblatt Wallace W. Lee, Jr.-Manager Jesse Hensle Harry Bauman-Assistant Manager William Jenter Marvin Freudenheim With the first signs of spring, the ambitious lads of the tennis team, namely Bernard Marcus, Marvin Freudenheim, Orlando Nero, Leonard Feinhlatt, Jesse Hensle, Louis Willing, and Zola Aaronson, tuned up the strings of their rackets to prepare for a most successful season. The first two mentioned players have attained championship titles, and with the remaining boys all fighting for the other posts of the squad a lengthy schedule should show the Mount Vernon tennis team with many triumphs to its credit. Q s Nineteen Thirtyffwo 1- Puge One Hundred and Twenty-two l i i,!,:4,4U CROSS COUNTRY First Team Second Team Furlong, John Seydel. Morris Mackewski, Stanley Whitman. William Beeman, Leonard Rontey, Pierre Sickinger. William Mudie, William Kaplan, Joseph ' Small, Charles Sampson, Fred fManagerj Willing, Lewis fAsst. Mgrj Stein, Allen 1Asst. Mgr.J Under the leadership of Captain John Furlong, and the able tutelage of Coach Earl Oswald, our harriers completed a successful season. The team was only scheduled for three meets, but placed in each contest, which is an enviable record for one season. In a dual meet with Mamaroneck, the Maroon and White team was victorious by the score of 39-15, capturing every position except the runner up berth. Following this, the Maroon Dalers took second in the Westchester County Recreation Commission meet, trailing the Hollywood Inn Club. In the annual lnterscholastic County Meet, the team ran third. Captain Furlong took fourth place to lead the Mount Vernon team. The Maroon men, Furlong, Mackewski, Beeman, Sickinger, and Kaplan were awarded first team letters for finishing in the first division. Nineteen Thirtyftwo M Page One Hundred and Twenty three tv i f o MAROON AND 0 Ji' 1 ' 1 ,A -, U SWIMMING TEAM Adviser-Mr. H. H. Murphy Manager-Charle Tripato Assistant Manager ohn Dooley William Brantman Pete i Fred Johnson William Chayetsky Roy Maurice Seydel William Harper nd Massett Robert Monro William Parks onald Goodrich Myron,Shields ,lohn Gozzi J hn Furlong Harold Hutchings incent Jordan Under the sponsorship of the General Organization, our first swimming team was organized this year. Training at the local BYU, the team was able to organize two meets. The first, with the New Rochelle team, was won by a wide margin by the Mount Vernon team. The latter contest was a handicap affair with the "Y" team, The squad consisted of twenty boys under the management of Charles Tripato. The success of the first season insures the maintenance of a permanent team in this popular sport. Q N Nineteen Thirtyffwo- as a Page One Hundred and Twenty-four O MAROON AND WHITE O I GOLF TEAM Adviser-Mr. Collins Arthur Cross-Captain - Russell Fessenden-Manager Robert Macgregor-Assistant Manager Leonard Inglis Bernard Marcus .lohn Greges Louis Vittorino Irving Schmerler Xvilliam Young David Wasserzug Captained by Arthur Cross. the golf team engaged in one of the heaviest schedules ever attempted in this sport. With David Wasserzug and Arthur Cross starring. the team defeated Mamaroneck and Roosevelt, although losing to the New Rochelle squad. They also played Tuckahoe, Port Chester, De Witt Clinton, Wash- ington lrving, and White Plains and thus completed a successful season. Nineteen Thirtyftwo O Page One Huvmlred and Twenty-hive xx! V Q f 'Lf' I 1 1.1 A J: Q 4-,l,,., MAROON AND WHITE I Coach-E. E. Oswald T R A C K T E A M Manager-William J. Harper, Jr. Joel Workman Walter Morrison John Furlong Arthur McGowan Harry Pack Frank Pants-ella Teddy Waugh Leonard Berman Lynley Smith Robert Schmidt Egan Foy William Seydel Joseph Caplan William Sickinger Edward Williams Joe Melia Frank Locuratalto Charles Small Edward Meriry Bernard Levy f Clifford Taylor Stewart Seaman Chester Bickelhaupt John Casucci Thomas Fiocco Benjamin Constantine Edward Johnson John Bush Louis Pica 4 'H - , , W- l 'A H O C K E Y T E A M Coach-Mr. Tuggey Robert Blissert-Manager John Stevenson Ernest Jansen Alvin Statobin-Assistant Manager Thomas Phillips Leonard Inglis James Phillips Warren Clark Ned Porcelly Wilfred Heinz Kenneth Butler Walter Morrison 9 Page One Hundred and Twenty-six Nineteen ThirtyfTwo MAROON AND WHITE 0 I CHEERING SQUAD Sponsor-Mr. Childs Mary Jane Kevan ffiaptainl Seymour Sims Fred Carney Janice James Roberta Bowerman Marion Schleicher Fred Neuberth Marshall De Cew The members of this group are a familiar sight at all athletic events and their efforts toward arousing enthusiasm are generally appreciated. They are under the direction of Mr. Childs and are selected at the beginning of each year by the tryout method-the man showing the greatest amount of rhythmic eccentricity being given the job. The usual number on the squad, first organized in 1926, is eight. Nineteen Thirtyftwo O l Page One Hundred and Twenty-seven MAROON AND WHIT E WA, WN H GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM Ruth Donovan Norma Eckhardt fCapt.J Frances Hasskarl Ruth Bassett Ruth Becker Muriel Goodlifle Mary Jane Kevan First Team Margaret Conner Emilie Davis Juliette Eckenrode Mary Lee Selma Singer Elizabeth Emmel Elizabeth Schafer Betty Chambers Charlotte Nathan Irene Salzer Jeanne Sincofl Harriet Weinstein Emily Wood .loan Suomila Once again the basketball season has drawn to a close. Although it meant triumph for the Seniors, the other classes competed very closely. The Junior team came in second, playing strongly at the end and the Sophomores, too, deserve mention, since they tied the Seniors once and lost the second game by a slight score, 13-5. A Q Nineteen ThirtyfTwo 1 Pagr Om- Ilundred and Twenty-eight Q ,Q 0 GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL TEAM Captain-Olga Spica Gertrude Durnford Dorothy Quinn Fanny Braslow Ruth Kahlkopf Ruth Simpson Rose Consolazio Leona Sudw-ig Martha Weill Volleyball is played by every girl taking gym. Six teams are organized in each gym class competing for the championship of the class. The successful teams of each grade engage in a tournament, the winner of which is acclaimed as the girls, champion volleyball team. This year the winner of the competition was Team 4 of the 3-2 class captained by Olga Spica and 41-2A came in second with Eleanor Witt as captain. The volleyball tournament is a new feature on the girls' sport calendar and judging by its success this term, it will be eagerly looked forviard to next year. Nineteen Thirtyffwo e Q Page Une Hundred and Twenty-nine 0 MAROON AND WHITE --1 GIRLS' TENNIS Harriet Simmons-Manager Lillian Wise Evelyn Jones-Assistant Manager Helen Clark Dorothy Johnson Gertrude Graham Anna Bauman Emelie Davis Marion Siller Harriet Weinstein Ruth Honanno Anita Wise One of the most popular of girls sport activities at M. V. H. S. is tennis. Each year tryouts are held for which everyone is eligible, and from this group a team is picked. The schedule of the year is soon underway, the team meeting many groups from the schools throughout the county. Each school team is played twice and in case of a tie. a third match is played. Some keen competition is engaged in and each year tennis gains more popularity. 0 ' Nineteen Thirtyftwo Page One Hundred and Thirty H UMofR "I am so hackneyed to the touches of the paintefs pencil that I am now al- together at their beck, and sit, 'like Patience on a monumenf, whilst they are delineating the lines of my face. It Ls proof, among marvy others, of what habit and custom can accomplish. At jirst I was as impatient at the re- quest, and as restive under the opera- tion, as a colt is of the saddle. The next time I submitted' very reluctantly, but with less flouncing. Now, no dray- horse moves more readily to his thill than I to the paintefs chair." -Gsoncs WASHINGTON. 1 - 1 1 l I 1 V I l Q Q C, nm ,T HUMOR Captain ffrenziedj-All hands on deckg the ship is leaking. Philip Welber, tfrom a cabinfie-Aw, put a pan under itgand crgmegto bed. Addison-There's a fly in my soup. Stafford-Don't worry, he won't drink much. Q I I' 'I Q Buddha-I was shipwrecked once and lived for a week on a can of sardines, Train Acquaintance-Huh, you didn't have much room to move around, did you? I' 'I' 'I' f' U' Traffic Cop-Come on. What's the matter with you? Charlie Wenzel-I'm well, thanks, but my engine is dead. I 4 I I' 'I' Mrs. MacDonald-All right, run up the curtain now. Green Stagehand-Say, whatcha think I am, a squirrel? I I' 'I I' 'I' Frosh-What keeps the moon from fall- ling? Another dumbbell-It must be the beams. I l l 'I 'I A laborer, doing a hauling job, was inform- ed that he could not get his money until he had submitted an itemized statement. After much meditation, he evolved the following re- port. "3 comes and 3 goes at 4- bits a went. -33.00" t ll 'I' I 'I I' Nurse-Whom are you operating on to-day, doctor? Orderlv-A fellow who had a golf ball knocked down his throat at the links. Nurse-And who is the man who's waiting so nervously in the hall? A relative? Orderly-No, that's the golfer, a Scotch gentleman Mr. MacGregor. He's waiting for the ball. 'I' l l' I 'I Dot Borsdorff Cto cop, at busy intersec- tionb-What's the matter here? No lights here? Policeman-Pm the light at this corner. Dot-Then please turn green so I can cross. Claire S.--Oh, I just adore dark men. Jack S.-Well, you'd have a great time in Africa, then. 'I 'I' 'I' 'I' Q John Furlong rushed into a telephone booth and asked the operator for "Double two double two." "Two two two two,,' replied the operator, reproachfully. "All right," sighed Johnny, 'ibut get the number first ,and we'll play train later." 'I' I' 'I' I' I' Woman fin a crowded car to her friendj. "I wish that good-looking man would give me his seat. Five men got up. l' i I' 'I 'I The Modern Grandmother Mother fcoming home at 2 a. m.l-Why, daughter, you needn't have waited up for me. Daughther-I know, mother, but someone had to let grandma in. f Q f l 'I As we sailed the deep blue main Lake got some water on his brain, The doctors searched, but searched in vain, For they could not find Leonardis brain. I' U 'I' I 'I Artie H.-I have a cold or something in my head. Sue S.-A cold, undoubtedly. fl' 'I' l 'I' I Donald B.-I'll be delighted to call this eve- ning. Are you sure that you want me? Joan T.-I really do. I've been so lonely since my little Pekingese pup died. I 'Y Q l 5 When he fell out of the window, did he hurt himself much? No, he had on his light fall overcoat. I Q I' U I' "The robber wore rubbers and walked back- wardsv, deduced Robert M. "Ah," observed Dom. "Then we must look for a man with receding gumsn. l' l 5 I' l' English Teacher of the Olsen Twins-Come here, Dick. This essay of yours on 6'Our Dog" is word for word the same as your brother's. Dick Olsen-Sure, it's the same dog. Nineteen Thirty-two 9 Page One Hundred and Thirty-one ............l......,.i. MAROON AND WHITE One Humlred and 7 Nineteen Thirtyftwo I .rty two MAROON AND WHITE A Nineteen Thiftyftwo Page One Hundred and Thirty-I IE L An Englishman was visiting this country for the first time, and as he was driving along the highway saw a sign that read, "Drive Slow. This means You!" The Englishmanistopped in surprise: uMy word! How did they know I was here?" ar, -1 -xr an- as Toothpaste Conscious ' Teacher: Take four out of five and what do you have, Tommy? Tommy: Pyorrhea, ma'am. l 'I' 'I I' 'l First Lawyer-You're a cheat. ' Second Lawyer-You're a liar. Judge-Now that these parties have identi- fied each other we will proceed with the CHSC. - Q 'I 1' l I' - A little girl said to her mother: "Mama, if I grow up and get married, will I have a husband like father?,' "I donit know dear. Very probably you will." ' "And if I grow up and don't get married, will I be an old maid like Aunt Mary?" 'L "Perhaps", answered the mother. E The little girl thought it over for a moment. 'f'Mother," she said, "I'ts a tough world for us women, isn't it?"- ' I' I 'Y i Q Miss Riddle fto Leonard Lake who walks into the room in the middle ofthe 4th periodj --What are you, Lake? Tardy, absent, or what? Lake-Absent. l- f 'I i' 'I "Are you positive that the defendant is insane?,, "No doubt", growled Officer Schultz. 'iwhy are you so certain about it?" "Well," replied Schultz, "I saw him put a penny in the letter box and then he looked up at the clock on the library building and roared. iGee I've lost fourteen pounds'." I' lr l 'I' Q ' The man who had been waiting patiently in the post ollice could not attract the atten- tion of either of the girls behind the counter. "The evening cloak", explained one of the At this point the long suffering customer broke in with, "I wonder if you could pro- vide me with a neat red stamp with a dinky perforated hem, the tout ensemble treated on the reverse side with gum arabic? Some- thing about two cents." 'I' H' 'I' I' Q Benjamin Charnas, on entering a drug store and seeing a pay station, placed a nickel in the slot and lifted the receiver. The operator naturally inquired-'GNum- ber please?,' Ben-Number, heck, I want my peanuts. Q I' 'l I Y F ather-Why were you kept in at school? Son-I didn't know where the Azores were. Father-In the future just remember where you put things. I' I 'I' I' I' Slow Waiter fin restaurantl-Your coffee, sirg it's special from South America, sir. Diner lsarcasticallyj-Oh, so that's where you've been? Q l I' 'I l' Lenny L. "Did you see the nasty look that girl gave me?,' Evel 'n T. "Oh, so that's where 'ou not I P, y 5 D it I' Q Q I 'I' Abe O.-"I live by my wits." Virginia K.-"Now, I know why you look so hungry." l' 'I' Q I 'I' Miss Lyon fto Milt Stonej-Name the old- est Roman coin in existence and tell where it is located. Aforementioned Stone-Oh, that must be the Latin quarter in Paris. 'I I' I' 'I' 'I' g'Yes, sir," said Evelyn Taylor, "it was funny enough to make a donkey laugh. I laughed till I cried." l' l I 'I' 'I' Fred Philips fglancing toward the skyl- Meteorological observations I infer from these suggestions of cumlus, betoken precipi- tation. 5 I' I' D 'I Mr. MacGregor ftrying to catch a. sleeping student-Is the law of gravitation in effect girls to her companion, "was a redingote de- now? sign in gorgeous brocade, with fox fur and R. Detels Qwaking upj-No, I think it was white pagoda sleeves." repealed. O Nineteen Thirty-two Page One Hundred and Thirty-four O 0 L SOUND managerial policies and long, successful experience have provided us with sujflclent equipment, adequate personnel, and ample resources to render dependable service so artists and makers ol fine printing plates. That you will be secure from chance, la our first promise. I th f reg cl- F D hom f d JAHN l OLLIER ENGRAVING CO. nin Erfm gym Ehiczzfs M: Illustration by Jslin 6- Ollier Art Studios. 811 West Wathlsston Blvd.. - Cltlesge, llllnolt I Page One J AAN , TELEPHONE OAKWOQD 5223 R S Pl-ICDTO STUDIO Official Photographers for the Class of l932 M V H S 16 SOUTH F01 RTH Ax EYIF MINI V1-RNQN N Y D NIPNNITIO Pg T- Freybour Printing' Qm n 555 I MT. VERNO New York 'N K - l A luor or cnnnltc-rl: pl 9.-4-thAVE. resenting Our latest Fashions IN Youthful Dresses and Coats SPORT SWEATERS AND SKIRTS, BLOUSES, HOSIERY AND UNDIES Oakwood T071 We Specialize in Permanent Waving MlLADY'S SALON RAMONA SHCPPE STEINMETZ 52 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE Mount Vernon, New York 105 PROSPECT AVENUE Tel. Oakwood 1456 H P A M E L A" THE sH0P or GIFTS 'fi A fh3n,N ll Crary Avenue, Mount Vernon, N. Y.. t i " , ' Phone. OAKw0on 7806 IN Puzzles Sold and Rented -- No Deposit 1. Wonzratffs Up-to-the-Minute Library '5i3'li'r' T1i 7 I Greeting Cards For All Occasions X I Gifts of Every Description Open from 9:00 A. M. to 6:30 P. M. ' lExcept Saturday till 9:30 P. MJ Page Four GIENUNGFS ' u COMPLIMENTS OF O Gristede Brothers, Inc. Superior Grocery Stores O Rinaldi Studio "Pfm!0graplis of Dixtirzctiunw OO 'O 56 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE Mount Vernon, N. Y. Over Kresge's Store Tel. OAkwood 8653 PHONE Proctor OAKWOLTD 8616-9639 fi' if QUALITY FLOWERS l' inplime-nls of E WH W WI W Bldg., Mt. Vernon, N. Y. 26 South 4th Ave. FRED C. ROSCHER STATIONERY - - ENGRAVINC GREETING CARDS - PORTABLE TYPEWRITERS 19 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE MOUNT VERNON, N. Y. Page Six OAKWOOD 6268 6276 NICOLA NANNA Wholesale and Retail I Choice Meats, Poultry and Game Uf0f'l'Tl'f'S. Fruit and Vegetables I I I 49 WEST THIRD STREET Corner Seventh Avenue MOUNT VERNON N. Y. CONGRATULATIONS AND BEST WISHES TO THE CLASS OF 1932 MOUNT VERNON HIGH SCHOOL I GALE FLEETVVOOD BANK BROAD AND LOCUST STREETS Member Federal Reserve System June 1932 AN OPEN LETTER T0 High School Graduates rg-x Tl-tt-I Coutsss or STUDY you are now taking will soon be finished: what will you do next? Are you ready to get on in the world and. make your own living? No? Then decide! Do not drift into the first odd job obtainable after graduation. If you do, your failure is a foregone conclusion. Whatever your work is to be, let your next move be more thoro -preparation for that work. Do not rely on your good "academic" or "general" education.. It has no specific QUALIFICATIONS value in obtaining employment in the market ln which you must offer yourself for service. AFTER GRADUATION WHAT? Yet, because of the culture of your HIGH SCHOOL education, your mind has been so informed, inspired, and strengthened, that you want the best training obtain- able for the practical purposes of life. Has it occurred to you that you cannot spend the next year, or at least the seven months from June to February, more profitably than in LEARNING FOR EARNING purposes? That such arts as ACCOUNTING, BANK- ING, CALCULATIONS, DRAFTING, CORRECT ENGLISH, STENOGRAPHY, TYPIC- WRITING, and the operation of OFFICE MACHINES will assure you of employment that will pay your COLLEGE or UNIVERSITY expenses? Having these hire accomp- lishments you could earn your own way thru college and thus save your parents the cost of a four year 'ibigher education." They, your Alma Mater, and all other friends would assure you that this is glory enough for one year of any College or University. Begin without delay to work out this plan lf you a l 0 If tl . pp y y urse earnes y you will be able to earn a good salary as a bookkeeper or stenographer in from six to twelve months. Eastman will obtain the position for you as soon as you are qualified for the duties required and enable you to realize all that the program suggested may produce. Finally-such a course of study as EASTMAN-GAINES advises and offers would cost you but a very moderate sum. It is reasonably certain that you would earn within a short time from five to ten times the money invested, and that you will rarelyt, if? ever, lt h ' u - ' ' v t ma e any ot er investment which will proie safer or more sure to earn at least 100W per annum!! ' Call and talk this over-or let our vocational counsellor, Mr. O. T. McCroskey, cull on you. For Prospectus Address: Clement C. Gaines, M.A., LL.D., President i GAINES SCHOOLS Lenox Ave. Gs l23d St.. New York, N. Y. HARLEM 7-0518 A Short Distance to the School from. the l25th Street Station of the New York Central R. R. Page Eight Hosiery Llngerle Gloves og I S Values Corset Shoppe Oakwood lll Cramatan Axe 325 N Wernon N Y LEAB 6- MEYERS JEWELERS 4 South 4th Axenue Mt Vernon N X felephone Oakwood 6893 LOUIS ACOCELLA 6- SON NURSERY K LANDSLAPING GRADINF 3. SODDING coNcnE1E womx 677 South Flfth Avenue Mount Vernon N Y Phone Hlllc e I 3413 Mayflower Restaurant Excellent Food 121 GEAMATAN AWENLE MOUNT VERNON N Y Lenox Laundry, Inc. ll? NORTH THIRD AVENUE MT VERNON N Y TELEPHONE 0AKwooD 7000 7001 7002 I R fa l lt. ' , . '. . . , . '. 1: , ' , ' ' ',rs 1 . J. . I V 1 's , . . , . . . , . . Page Nine SHERMAN,S BUSINESS SCHOOL Secretarial and General Business Course Stenography-Typcwriting English' - Accounting-Corrcspondencc-Filing Day ana' Evening S? Individual Instrucftion - - 38th Year Summer Class july lst to August 28th 44-48 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE MOUNT VERNON, N. Y. Loren Murchison fa- Co. jewelers and Stationers 40 CLINTON STREET NEWARK, N. J. Ollicial Jewelers to Mount Vemon High School, Class of 1932 Club Pins - Fraternity Jewelry Medals - Trophies JAMES D. Rouen EDITH C. BARLETTA G0 To EW' K- TAYLOR Columbus Confectzonery The Flower Shoppe, Inc. 103 PROSPECT AVENUE 4.5 GRAMATAN AVENUE For Your Hgglfmade Candy MOUNT VERNON, N. Y. I e Cr near Prospect Ave. ' C Cam Phone: Oakwood 0101 Fomerly Oetjin lg Lucssen Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Duryea INSTRUCTION IN DANCING Beginners and Advanced High School Classes Re-open October First Particulars at 45 Park Avenue Oakwood 5539 Page Eleven Langdon ls The Final Degree Whether yolfre a Kappa Beta Phi or Phi Beta Kappa, true all round smartness will he finally judged hy how much you know about LANGDON UNIVERSITY CLOTHES. Smart young men. who are economically minded and who place style above all else. are graduating with the distinguished honors that a LANGDON bestows. LANGDDN HTHE MAN'S SHOP OF WESTCHESTERM 13 FOURTH AVENUE lformerly LONG'Sj Q " I :A A. I " 2' r- ' J.. s ' 1 - . A .., 4 ,,. .. 1 1-' ix ii in L? gt , 'Q i ' Y , Y 1 .g TAYLOR PRICES ARE LOWER in keeping with conditions hut Taylor Quality has not dropped one iota. The founder of this husiness is still in active management of it. It pays to know your athletic outfitter these days. Taylor Catalogs Are ATHLETIC SUPPLIES - GOLF - TENNIS - FISHING TACKLE SUMMER CAMP - SPORT NOVELTIES AT IILETIC OUTFITTERS 'hilt lulihg ll L 4206 St.. llovYdk Page Twelve COLLEGIATE SECRETARIAL INSTITUTE A School Devoted to the Principles of Modern Commercial Education REGISTERED UNDER THE REGENTS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK S. E. BROWN Principal PERSONAL APPLICATION NECESSARY NO FIELD REPRESENTATIVES EMPLOYED POSITIONS SECURED NEW YDRK Forty-One East Forty-Second Street At Madison Avenue Telephones: Murray Hill 7510-7511 Page Thirt Telephone Oakwood 9187 LU G B A II E R 8 SONS, INC. Edvv. VV. Storms Qllustnm , , PAINT Gimlurnng SATISFACTION CLEANERS and DYERS Since 1886 42 South Fourth Avenue 27 PROSPECT AVENUE MOUNT VERNON, N. Y' Mount Vernon, N. Y. "The Oldest Bank In Mount Vernon" INCORPORATED 1871 Eastchester Savings Bank MOUNT VERNON, N. Y. PAYS INTEREST FROM DATE OF DEPOSIT COMPOUNDED QUARTERLY 41461, RESOURCES OVER S524.000,000.00 "The Only Savings Bank In Mount Vernon" F flllffP87l SINCE 1863 BUDI2 DAVII 8: SDN MoRT1c1A1v AND ADVISERS Have satisfactorily served the people of Mount Vernon and vicinity One of the finest and most complete Mortnurics in the State at your service without extra charge for use of Chapel or Rooms ALWAYS OPEN "The Burr Davis Service" costs no more Telephone: Oakwood 3527-8528 - Fairbanks 4-4081 Ask for Booklet OAKWOOD 8563 OPEN EVENINGS - ecfffson ewis Co. CIothiersfHaberdashers for Men and Boys 21 South 4th Jvc. '7Tlount'Uernon,7l.'l1. Outfitters for Boy Scouts and Cubs FURNITURE . CARPETS. RUGS. BEDDING. ETCa Q? Fine Furniture For Over 50 Years 110-114 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE MOUNT VERNON. N. Y. Page Fifteen ROSEMAPJE EDW. c. JACKSON 168 PARK AVENUE INSURANCE Our Luncheons and Dinners 'll Pl Y W1 ease ou 209 Proctor Theatre Bldg. Oakwood 1020 Permanent Guests TEL. Oaxwoon 9205 Compliments ol C0"'Plim9M5 of Allen L. Herman C- A- TVVIDY DORIS VOESTER Concert Pianist f Teacher - Organist Graduate Stuttgart Conservatory, Germany P1ANoroRTE INSTRUCTION - ELEMENTARY AND ADVANCED STUDENTS PIANO ENSEMBLE CLASSES INTERVIEW BY APPOINTMENT - OAKWOOD 0683 STUDIO, 109 PROSPECT AVENUE, MOUNT VERNON BROWN SCHOOL OF COMMERCE Private Secretarial Training A small, friendly school where at moderate cost you can receive a thorough, practical preparation for the higher type positions. Individual instruction at day and evening sessions. Graduates filling important positions. Write for booklet. No salesman will call. 25 WEST 45TH STREET, NEW YORK CITY BRYANT 9-0786 John I. Brown, LL.M., D.C.L. Director Page Sixteen The MOU NT VE RNON TRUST COMPANY MOUNT VERNON. N. Y. June 1, 1932. Dear Friend: As I write this message the entire world appears to be in an unsettled condition, but it will not always be so. You are at a time of life when you can count on opportunities for prosperity and success, but they will come in the largest measure to those who are prepared to grasp them. Those who depend upon luck will find themselves disappointed. So prepare yourself for a successful future by thoughtful living and the constant practice of industry, study and thrift. Donit permit yourself to be a drifter but direct your life so as to be worthy of success. There is no other way to achieveit. Be careful of the company you keep, the books you read, and your general conduct. Remember you are training yourself now for a life of success or failure, and which it will be depends upon your- self. I wish you abundant success, but you must earn it. Character and preparation are the foundations upon which a worth-while life is built. Will you do your best to achieve the foundation? Sincerely yours, THE MOUNT VERNON TRUST COMPANY Mark D. Stiles, President. Page Seventeen SECRETARIAL ONROE SCHOO Corner Boston 8 Vmst Parnla Roads LAI E. 177 SLD flinlrance Chester Theatre Lobby! ALL COMMERCIAL Courses, CIVIL Srznvme, LAN4:UAol-:s Catalog an Request Phone F Orrllmm 1 -30.24 Principal:-Professor Gilby Robinson, L.L.B. Sir Isaac Pimmn fLond.D F.I.P.S. Dr. john Robert gregg Blackboard specimen of Shorthand written hy Professor Robinson, student of the late Sir Isaac Pitman A ten weeks intensive Summer Cnurse.wilh Touch Type-writing, is given in either the Isaac Pitman or Gregg systems of Shorthand. Also Bookkeeping and Accounting. Vie guarantee completion of each course with practical Shorthand-Typewriting speeds. Biorning and Af la-rnoon sessions. Diploma on Completion. Enroll now. Complete Course 525. 0 ZTMX-5!'?7 'X 0 g U :Z ffe- ff O 11, . C 0 nfl 'f , p L51 . ff ,f .JZ , Q ,nf fft-7 -g. ai: Lyigf f X fy-Qf i J . 5 q J Kp ,ff Manusvripl. Gregg Shorthand NOTE:-YV e advise immediate registration to prevent disappointment as only a limited number of students can be accommodated. A small deposit assures you of a seat. Page Eighteen THE IIAHIPEIK METHOD SHOP 143 PARK AVENUE, MOUNT VERNON, N. Y. ELLEN WALKEY WILSON 'I'sLsPHoNE, OAKw0on 8853 Shampooing - Scalp Treatments - MQECCIIIIIQ - Mzmicuriug f Facial Massage Permanent NVaving - Fxnger and VV:1ter VVavmg "soon TASTE PAYS - NOW AND AI.WAYS,, MARIE MILLINERY Latest Styles - Moderate Prices 2 CRARY AVENUE, MOUNT VERNON. N. Y. IVIARIE A. Knowr PHONE OAK. 7089 VAN DYIVI QUALI TEAS DUCHESS COFFEE All Kinds Never Excelled SPRING VALLEY DAIRY PRODUCTS Dried Fruils, Nuts, Nut Candy C. HAMBLEN 81 SONS DISTRIBUTORS Phone Oakwood 6266 113 So. Foumu AVENUI: Compliments of CROMELIINVS I I Page Nineteen All Graduates of this school are eligible for admission to Pace Institute -a nationally known and distinctive professional school of technical training in Business Administration Accountancy Secretarial Practise Classes for beginners at Pace Institute prepare high-school graduates for imme- diate eamings. Many Pace graduates are now treasurers and controllers of large corporations-others are in successful accountancy practise. Field trips to the offices and plants of the largest organizations in New York City are conducted especially for day students in the Accountancy School and for day students in the Secretarial School. Students and Parents are invited to confer with the Registrar Day School - - Evening School Pace Institute 225 Broadway New York THE FLORSI-IEIIVI SHOE FOR WOMEN WITH 'FEATURE ARCH ,Af -:ff ""' h .1-.:.-!:.:-rg: -.-. E' f AAA- T lj, ,ff so A c c A "'l" Amer .fllilm MOST STYLES 510.00 AAA TO D WIDTHS A. J. RICE sf co. LEADING SHOE STORE TEL. OA. 6087 THE MATTI-IES HAIR DRESSING PARLORS SPECIALIST IN Permanent VVaves 18 PARK AVENUE MOUNT VERNON Page Twenty PARK TAVERN Finest Restaurant in Westchester County 190 GRAMATAN AVENUE, MOUNT VERNON Adjoining Hartley Park STEAKS SEA FOOD CHOPS OYSTER BAR NOW OPEN Oyster and Clam Stews or Frys to Take Home V bd CLUBS AND BRIDGE PARTIES A SPECIALTY Afternoon or Evening Large Pnvate Dlmng Room for Partles V9 bd LUNCHEON 65 cents DINNER 85 cents SUNDAY DINNER 81 25 11 30 A M T0 9 P M Also a la carte OAKWOOD 9292 Henry Dlckert MANAGEMENT Charles H Pfmgsthorn EQ 5' 9 11:30 T0 3 P. M. 5 TO 9 P. M. S Page Twenty-one Chester Hill Shoe Repairing Shop 87 Prospect Avenue Our Specialty is to Rebuild Shoes with Tennis, Golf, and Waterproof Soles Try Our Famous Waterproof Soles J LORUSSO Chester Hill Pharmacy, lnc PHONE OAKWOOD 8608 Prospect Sz Park Avenues MOUNT VERNON N Y FIFTH AVENUE HAND LAUNDRY Strictly Hand Work Charged by the Pound 153 brunuitan Avenue Mt Wernon N Y Oakwood 7230 e Oakwood 3890 Maison Guinness -ILL HRANCHES OF BEAUTY CULTURE is STEVENS AVENUE l'0Cl0I' Bldg Mt Vernon N PACKARD 75th Year A BUSINESS SCHOOL OF COLLEGIATE GRADE COMPLE PE SECRETARIAL One Year Course practice and 1932 features EXECUTIVE SECRETARIAL Two-Year Course Majormg in Secretarial Science Office Management Laws and us toms of Business 0 ers GENERAL BUSINESS One Year Course Accounting and Salesmanship BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Two Year Course Mayormg in Commercial Science Advanced Accounting Law and Economics A catalog may be had upon request THE PACKARD SCHOOL Registered by the Regents of the University of the State of New York S B CARKIN Prmcipal LEXINGTON AVENUE AT 35TH STREET NFW YORK CITY T l. ' i A ' P . . , . Y. , ff Modern, icomplctc, actual office Includes B-anlring, Marketing, Junior ' , , , C 3 Q , , ' Page. Twentyjtwo D Phone Oakwood 2565 Residence Oakwood 7990 J. V. STUART Real Estate and Insurance AT 7 CRARY AVENUE WEE MODERN, Inc. DECORATIVE LINENSBCHILDRENS WEAR 10 So. Second Avenue CLARA LICCIONE Fmsns BACHMAN Mt. Vernon, N. Y. Telephone Oakwood 0744 Compliments of MICHAEL LARUSSO Complimets of ADOLF FELL I Oakwood 9542 Q.- .U ' F-CN O TX BJ-iilx-kb' , X g Arnbrusterf Scottow I . X . X StUdlO f I ESTABLISHED 1884 ,3a PORTRAYTURE, MINIATURES, COPIES AND CARE-FREE MOTORING mA"m"ENTS with THE GENERAL TIRE Drive In Service J. A. SCHLEICHER 58 No. Tmnn AVENUE Oakwood 6058 Lubricatlbn. - Supplies Accessories 48 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE MOUNT VERNON, N. Y. Page Twenty-three PHONES: 0AKwooD asm-5 IMMEDIATE DELIVERY PLYMOUTH DE SOTO I C O A L C O an HUPMOBILE WM. J. FEE 16 FISKE PLACE MOUNT VERNON N Y VVm Schletcher QUALITY DUSTLESS 264 East 3rd Street Mount Vernon N Y Oakwood 8822 HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES BE RFADY FOR A RESPONSIBLE POSITION BEFORE THE NEW YEAR REGISTER NOW FOR NEXT SECRETARIAL COURSE BEGINNING JULY 1 Crf-gg Shorthand Pouch Typewrltmg Busmess Ethlcs and Etlquette Flllllg Ollice Practxce Secretarlal Bookkeeplng Business English Ballard School Graduates Always ln Demand Large light cool classroom gymnaslum swimming pool club rooms, tea room and cafeteria m the bulldmg Splendid roof garden for study and recreatton Send for Bulletin BALLARD SCHOOL FFNTRAL BRANCH Y W C A IENINI-TON AHNUF AT 53:10 STREET NEW YORK N Wxckersham 2 4-500 - d , a Q V44 . . , . . v - . I 7 ' .9 1 Y ECOIIOITIIC Problems and Special Lectures . .' . S. 4' , ' ' , .., . . . . ,' . ': .I , , .Y. Page Twenty-jour If your nearest Drug or Confectionery Store cannot supply you wlth SAVOY ICE CREAM COME TO OUR IFE CREAM PARI OR AND PARTARE OF A DELICIOUS DISH OF Savoy lee Cream Savoy lce Cream Company I4 16 WEST BROAD STREET MT VERNON N Y PHONES-OAKWOOD 9378 HILLCREST 4-157 For the Home as dessert, for bridge parties, school or social functions of any sort, jus phone and We will de iver to your home this real treat. 7 . , . . 5 P g Tw BARISI-rs Greeting Cards, Social and Commercial Stationery 3 CRAMATAN AVENUEf'5'0pp. PrOctor's n DON'T SAY DRUG STORE I, Say A N K E R S O N ' S 11 SOUTH FOURTH AVENUE, MOUNT VERNON, N. Y. or OF COMPLIMENTS i COMPLIMENTS The Hollywood Shoppe Class of 1932 AQTOGRAPIEX .f ' A l Qgdf - f'fM"i, 5.az,.,,w Ziyi, W? L ' - f ' ' Vo , 7042 Q,Q...Q.w ' lil inf Qt'c,.l , Lfm' , . WWW' K! 0 J if W D ,,q,q,g, yucslsss-n.N,X9C"" ' EBgQ,,5, wine, farm ,f lf'!- A-vfqlnf Page Twenty-six - 'fin 1- -, 1- V. Q fx , Q V .. xv: jf:-53, QQFVQQ . . 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