New Rochelle High School - Rochellean Yearbook (New Rochelle, NY)

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HARRISON HARPER I'Vzotograflzic Edifm's ................................................................... IJDUROTHY DELMAR IMAmA CHAPMAN Arf Editor ........................................................................... NURGARET L. AYER Senior Adz'z'xm' .................................................................................... MISS ELLA FIFE 10 IIII:i' " , ll - IV I IJIII'IE I'FiatIIWI, 'I I I 7 I VIA? ,. i r27 i"? ?"Z W ?IX . I I IIIIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIIIII I I WWII BOARD OF EDUCATION WILLIAM A. MOORE, President PETER J. OBRIEN, Secrcfary HUGH GOVERN ALFRED E. BARLOVV U. ALBERT MALSTEAD FRANCIS X. FALLON JAMES H. ANDERSON VIOLA F. GOOD ESTHER E. SCHOFIELD HAROLD P. COFFIN VIRGINIA K. WILSON, Asst. Sec. 511pmintmdcut of Schools ALBERT LEONARD, A.M., Ph.D,, Litt.D. Superinfcndmtk Assixtant MARY R. CHAMBERLAIN 4 Died March 31, 1927 FACULTY OF THE NEW ROCHELLE HIGH SCHOOL Principal GEORGE S. ECKELS, A.B., AAM., Gettysburg Dean of Girls LOUISE E. FLAGG, Physiography A.B., Radcliffe; A.M., Columbia ALICE ADAMS ........................ Latin A.B., Radcliffe. BARBARA W'EST ADDIS ............. History A.B., Smith; A.M., Radcliffe. ALICE G. AMIS .......... Physical Training Savage School. REGINALD P. BAKER"-----JIcch. Drawing Pratt Institute; Teachers College. EDNA BARBOUR Empire Art School; B. A., U. Of Penn, Columbia. FLOYD J. BAMLETT--Hmd 0f Englixlz Daft. A.B., Yale. LULU G. BIRCH .................... English Ph B., Cornell. FORREST B. BOWE .................. French A.B., Park College. MARIE W. BOWERS ................... Latin A.B , Ohio, Wesleyan. WALLACE B. BOWMAN ......... Commercial A.B., Randolph-Macon. THADDEUS REAMY BRENTON ........ English A.B., University of Missouri; Columbia Unwersity. WINleED G. CARPENTER .............. Latin A.B., Smith. 13 L. GRACE CARROLL--""----"Mathmzaficy A.B., Indiana State Normal; A.M., Colum- bia University; B.S., Central Normal Col- lege. MARGARET M. CHRlsTIEn"unMathcmatics A.B., Trinity; A.M., Columbia. ALICE V. CHRISTY ........ Physical Training- A.B., Illinois. GLENN B. CHRISTY ........... Wood Work A.B., B.Mu., Illinois. VIRGINIA B. CLARY ................ English A.B., Goucher. GRACE E. CRENNAN ............ Commerciaf B.C.S., New York University. W'INFRED H. DOUD----Hcad of Math. Dept. A.B., Michigan; Potsdam Normal; A.M., Columbia. HENRY G. DURFEE ................. Hixlory A.B., Williams. CLIFTON T. EDGRRLYHHcad of French Dept. A.B.. A.M., Dartmouth; Ph.D., Yale. SELMA C. ENGELBREKF ............ Drawing Bachelors Diploma Fine Arts, Teacherk College. FLORENCE ERRANT ........ Physical Training A.B., Illinois; M.A., Columbia. ELLA F1FE"nMaIlzcmafics, Snufor Adviser Cornell; Potsdam Normal. EUGENE F. FLAHERTY ............... S Npanixh A.B., Colgate; A.M., Columbia. ELSIE F. NEUNER-----------"Matlmnafics A.B., A.M., Brown; Ph.D., Columbia. ANTOINETTE J, FOSTER ............. English AME A.M., St, Lawrence; Radcliffe: CO- lumbia. ELIZABETH E. FOSTER .......... Commercial New York State Normal; New York Um- versity. NANCY M. GLEASON ............... Ellylth A.B., Oberlin. NOEL D. GODFREY .................. H istm-y A.B., University of Maine; A. M., C0- lumbia. 'GEORGE E. GREELIZY ................ French A.B., Bowdoin. JEANETTE C. HALL.--Hcad 0f Comm'l Dept. A.B., Syracuse; B.C.S., New York Uni- versity SEYMOUR HANDY .................. Hz'xfory AB, Syracuse. ARTHUR B. HUSSEY ............... Plzyxics A.B., AM.y Bates. Brown, Columbia. CLARA V. JONES ................... Y mmixh A.B., Oberlin; A.M., Columbia. BERNARD A. KEENAV ................ Latin A.B., A.M, Brown; Ph.D., Harvard. ADELAIDE LECOUXT ............. M afhcmatics A.B., Mt. Holyoke; AM.y Columbia. WM. H. MCKENNA------Physical Training Cornell Summer School of Physical Edu- cation; New Haven Normal. HERBERT B. NICHOLS .............. History A.B., George Washington; A. M., Colum- bia. BERNARD B. NYE ....... S 'ulmrz'ixm- 0f Muxic American Institute of Music. 14 DANIEL P. ONBRIEN----PlzysicaI Edumfion Savage School. LESLIE E. OSTERHAUDT ........ Commercial B.C.S., New York University. ELSIE L. C. RIGOUARD .............. French A.B., N. Y. State College; M.A.,C01umbia. HALIE L. S. Ross--n--.r ....... Commercial M.A.. Atlantic Union College; Clark UnL versity. ALMA G. RUHI ....................... Latin, A.B., Barnard; A.M., Columbia. ROSETTA E. SHEAR ................. Enylz'xlz A.B., Vassar; A.M., Columbia. CHAS. N. SLOCUM .................. Science A.B.. Williams; Pd.B., State Normal Col- lege. ELSIE L. SMITH ................... English A.B., University Of Kansas: Columbia. MARY L. SNOW .................... English A B., Cornell. CARLETON S. SPEAR .............. Chemistry B.S., M.S., VVesIeyan University; SC.D., University of Ghent, Belgium. ETHEL STROHMEYER ...... Hume Econonu'vs Pratt; Teacher's College; Columbia. CORA H. W'. TOWNSEND ...... Mathematics A.B., A.M., Brown. ETHELYN W'ARDLE .............. 1 latlzmnaficx B.S,. N. Y. State College for Teachers. HENRY G. VVELLMAN .............. History B.S., Harvard; A.M., Columbia. ETHEL C. XVHEELER ................ English B.A., University of Oregon. MILDRED H. LAWSON ............. Librarian A.B., PdlBh, State College for Teachers; B.L.S.. State Library School. CATHERINE OyHARIC .............. Sccz'piary B.S., Elmira. HARRIET F. VON ZELM ............ Sen'efary B.A.. Smith. ELIZABETH B. C00KEWLmzclu-oom Dirrdm' Classes 15 CLASS OFFICERS W'ILLIAM MORTON ....................................... RALPH LAYCOCK ......................................... ...................... President ............... n Vice-President ARTHUR ALVORD .............................................................. Treasurer DOROTHY DELMAR ............................................................. Secretary Mlss ELLA FIFE ........................................................... Class Adviser Mott0 Umquam altius SENIOR COUNCIL RosAMOND DOERING DOUGLAS FAIRWEATHER FRANCES HERMES JACK KAHN LUCINE KROYER IDA XVEBENDORFER GABRIEL BUNDSCHUH MARIA CHAPMAN CLAIRE CUNNEEN DAVID CRAMPTON GREGORY DILLON Colors-Green and White VVILLlAM LANE GORDON SILBER ELEANOR SIMONSON JANET STEEN RICHARD THURSFIELD RING AND PIN COMMITTEE RICHARD THURSFIEID MARGARET AYER ELEANOR SIMONSON LU CT NE KROYER WALTER M IC H ELS SENIOR DANCE COMMITTEE WILLIAM LANE GABRIEL BUNDSCHUH WILLIAM VCALERY MOTTO COMMITTEE DRUCILLA COOKE HENRY LEWIS ROSAMOND DOERING JANET STEEN MARY SIMON SON SENIOR PLAY COMMITTEE Bminms JACK KAHN IRIS BUENO HENRY LEWIS Publicify GABRIEL BUNDSCHUH ERNEST MEYERS Scenery XVALTER MTCHELS xVALTER BUGDEN Propcrfics MARGARET VANTASSELL Coshmzcs MARJORIE FERGUSON Lighr'fng HARRY CHASSICROT Promptcr's IRIS BUENO Tirlmis ARTHUR ALVORD Pmyrmm HONORA XVARD W'INJFRED GATEHOUSE ALVINA KUESTNER GERALDINE SHOLL EDWARD MERTENS W TLLIAM VALERY GEORGE MUELLER HENRY RUTZLER WILLIAM SCHERTENLIEB GERTRUDE R003 WILLIAM BRASSINQTON U511 cm W ILLI A M M ORTON SENIOR DAY COMMITTEE LESLIE JACOBSON THEODORE ARCHER GORDON WRIGHT ISABEL JOHNSON SARA LOUISE MCKEF. CLASS DAY COMMITTEE FORD H1 NMAN MARY METCALF ALMA CHA MPLIN PAUL EATON 16 MEREDITH OLSON ALICE W'HITMAN XVILLIAM H. MORTON With the famous educated toe of our Class president missing from the football team, Mt. Vernon will be playing us on almost equal terms from now 011. But liBiIll, has not confined himself to athletics. He has done more than his share to make the work of the class of 527 a success and an example for the classes of the future. Football, 1, 2. 3. 4: Hockey, 2'. 3, 4: Captain, 4: Baseball, 2, 3; Cap- tain, 4; Chairman Junior Prom Committee; Sophomore and Junior Counsel; President Senior Class. RALPH THOMAS LAYCOCK Columbia For a person who doesn't like work, and is as fond of sleeping as itToots" professes to be, he has succeeded in leaving quite a record behind him. If you donlt believe it, just take a look at his activities or ask anyone in his class, as every Senior can tell you. Football, 2, 3; Crew, 3. 4; Hockey, 4; Interclass Basketball, 1; Inter- class Football, 1; Spanish Club, 3, 4; Scholarship Club, 2; Sopho- more Council, 2; Junior Prom Committee, 3; Junior Class Day, 3; Vice-President of Senior Class, 4; Non-A. A. Representative, 4; Secretary Radio Club, 4; Traffic Squad. DOROTHY ALBEE DELMAR Finishing School Dot needn't inform us that her hobby is dancing. One glance at her would be enough to prove that she is as skilled in that as in all her other accomplishments. Popular? Just ask anyone, for everyone knows her and to know her is to like her. Secretary of Class, 1; Vice-President Class, 2; Vice-President Class, 3; Secretary Class, 4; Junior Prom Committee, 3; Basketball, 3; Trafhc Squad, 3; Scholarship Club, 1, 4; French Club, 3; Spanish Club, 3, 4; G. 0. Council, 3; Class Day Committee, 4; Volley Ball, 4; Senior Dance Committee, 4; Majorsi Cluby 3y 4; Senior Play Understudy, 4; Year Book Staff, 4; Class Council, 3, 4. ARTHUR M. ALVORD, JR. Princeton Moody has taken quite an active part in student government, both for class and school, as his record shows, besides managing the suc- cessful 1926 football team. We fear his habit of belonging to governing bodies will ruin his career and lead him to be a mere congressman or a cabinet member. Class Council, 3, 4; Athletic Representative, G. 0. Council, 3, 4; Class Treasurer. 4; Assistant Football Manager, 3; Football Manager, 4; Crew, 3, 4. 18 HENRIETTA MARIE ABEL Packard 'tNock" starts our list with an ambition worth talking about. She is determined to go to Europe after she leaves Packard. Whether it will be as private secretary to the President of the United States or on her own, she has not yet decided. Somewhat doubtfully she says that history is her Choice for a favorite subject. She has served the class well 011 the various athletic teams. Basketball, 2, 3; Baseball, 2; Volley Ball. 2. 3: Glee Club, 1. 2, 3, 4; House, 1. DOROTHY CATHERINE ADABODY Here is a girl anyone would be proud to Claim as a friend. W'e know that as a stenographer she will capture her employerls heart just as she has captured ours, and-but you know the rest without being told. CLARA ELIZABETH ARCHER Pratt Institute Clair is steady and she has always been right in back of the class when it came to interclass athletics. She is a 'tbluist" and maybe that's why she is going into the dress-making trade. Her perseverance and good humor should help her along any road. House, 1; Baseball, 2, 3. 4; Track, 2; Volley Ball, 3; Chorus, 1, 2. THEODORE ARCHER Colzmzbia HTed" is a lively, dramatic youth, who by his good nature and humorous expressions, has helped to make school most interesting for his Classmates during the last four years. As his desire to be am his- torian is quite in keeping with his choice of history as his favorite study, we are looking forward to the time when the name llArcheir" will take the place now occupied by itElson'l in the library of the New Rochelle High School. House, 1; Senate, 2, 3 4; Dramatic Club, 3; Scholarship Club, 2, 3, 4; Camera Club, 3, 4: Tennis Club, 4; Traffic Squad, 33 4; History Club, 4; French Club, 2, 3, 4. 19 MILTON ARONSON 111. I. T. ltMill" can recite pieces miraculously holding his audience spellbound. He 15 an engineer prospectus, not a train one but an electrical one. Hes a radio bug and rides motorchles or tries 10.1Ve dont lxllOVV which but he 5 still here even if he does 011lV trV House 1; Se11ate,2, 3; Dramatic Club 3; French Club, 3: Orchestra, 4. MARGARET LUCY AYER Vasxar VVheu the gods handed us out various talents, ltMargy'4 certainly received more than her share4artist, musician, golfer, horseback- rider, not to mention being able to produce 1004K; banking rooms, which is an accomplishment worth cultivating. She says she has 110 ambition, but we guess she's just modest; for she looks too promising for that. Mandolin Club 2; Volley Ball 4; French Club 4;Se11i0r Ring and Pin Committee 4; Scholarship Club 1, 2 3;Ba11ker,1, 3; 4; Year Book, 4; Senior Debate 4; Arts and Crafts, 3. ' DAVIS LEE BAKER Amiczwr-Yalc He may be small in physical size but not so in brains. Look at his scholarship record. If you want a real good drubbing i11 chess or tennis. just find "Visfy He also tickles the ivories and is a philatelist. Heis going to be a sure success in business. Scholarship Club; 2. 3, 4; Tennis, 2, 4; Chess Club, 3; Secretary, 2; President, 4; Chess Team, 3,. 4; P. L? XV. Staff, 4; Assistant Basew ball Manager. 3; Crew, 4 VVILMA BALLIN SIMIIFCF Gmrgc Art 551100! W'c all know l'XYillicf, that famous athlete of ours. She has been outstanding 111 all the girls' teams. Art is to be her future OCCU- pation. When you necd a pretty model, "XVillief just look in the mirror. Arts and C1altsO,Cl11b 4; Libra1V Club 4;D1a111atic Club 3; Class 2VolleV 132111.13 4;Teu11is 163111 2 3 4; Basketball Class T621111 4: Va1sitV Basketball, 3; Class Baseball 1-1 HOXVARD E. BARKER N. Y. U. Howard has done his share of the work 011 the baseball and football squads. Now he is going to N. Y. L'. to prepare himself for entering the business world as a public accountant. We sincerely hope he succeeds. Scholarship Club, 3, 4; Spanish Clubt 2; Baseball, 2, 4; Football Sq.. 3. FRANCIS K. BECKER Cooper Union Francis likes chemistry and has succeeded in staying whole during his course in it. His hobby is hiking and camping, and he is also an Eagle Scout, which is something! If his ambition comes true, and it ought to, he will be selling us Becker's Fuseless Fuses, and will bear the sobriquet, "The Electrical King? P, 3' XY., 3, 4; Camera Club, 4; Traffic Squad, 4 BURTON R. BEETON illivlzigan To distant Michigan wcndeth our ilBabCH 0f operatic fame and thus satisfies his ambition to go far. far away. Babe knows how to handle a piano, to say nothing of his voice, and we can just hear him singing lullabies toeerahis classmates at Michigan. Spanish Club, 3: Pepita; Bells ol' Beaujolais; I11 Arcady; Dramatic Club; Glee Club. HELEN BEXDER Damrmch School of :llllsz'c It might be wise to get 011 Helen's good side, so that when she is play- ing an the concert Stage you may proudly claim her as your friend. There is no doubt that she will reach the footlights with a piano as her means of conveyance, although she will not admit any unusual talent in that line, Other than her choice of school. Basketball, 1, 2, 3; Volley Ball, 2, 3; Baseball, 2, 3; Majors' Club, 3; Lost and Found, 3; Library Club, 44 21 MARIAN BENEDICT Mi. Holynlcc To be a chauffeur is the unusual ambition that "Bennie" cherishes. This person with the unusual taste is going to be a writer, but she declares that her favorite class is gym, Writer or no writer, Marian is bound to get there. She's steady, dependable. has an enviable record in her studies and a smile that pops up just when others are ready to give up. Blue, John Erskine, and fnotball games are her color tiavoritel, writer and hobby. French Club, 3, 4; Dramatic Club, 3; Scholarship Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' Day Committee, 1; Banker; 2, 3; Constitution Revi. on Com- mittee; 3: By-Laws Committee, 4; Traffic Squad, 2, 4; Glee Club. 1, 2, 3; Orchestra, 2; Year Book Staff, 4; Majors' Club, 3. JOHN BERGER Columbia John has won recognition as one of the leading class musicians by his unequaled performance on the school's Duo-art, but music is only his hobby. He is going to study medicine and surgery and intends to become famous as a surgeon. Knowing his way of doing things we feel sure he will succeed. Orchestra. 1, 2, 3, 4; Mandolin Club, 2; 3, 4; Operetta, 3, 4; Camera Club, 4. MEYER H. BERKOXVITZ Calzunbia Meyer also claims the nickname, t'Berky," which leads to some eon- l'usion. Meyer is another of the allefamous senior basketball teaini He is going to be a lawyer and can play tennis. and this is a good combination. He also possesses wit, and when you dorft laugh with him, you laugh with his brother. Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club. 2. 3, 4; Senate. 2. 3, 4; Tennis. 2. 4: P. it XV. Staff. 3, 4; In Arcady: Bells of Beaujolais; Class Basketball, 1, 4; House, 1; Baseball; 1; Class Track, 1. MAURICE ALBERT BERKOXYITZ Cnhmzbia M. A. Berkowitz; M. D., will be hung up on a sign somewhere when Columbia has finished with him. Berky's hobby is electricity and he sure was a master hand at physics. We hear that laughing, besides making people iat. also keeps them well; if so, BEI'k-VIS patients are going to get well in a hurry when he breezes in. Senate, 2, 3. 4; Library Club, 3. 4; Traffic Squad, 3; Spanish Club, 3, 4; Basketball tClassl, 1, 4; House, 1; G. O. ELLA BISSET Savage Here is one of our gym enthusiasts. ttScottie" looks forward tor back- wareU all through the school day to gym period. Yes, indeed. she's going to be a girls, athletic coach. Sheis been a major 0f the girls classes already, and we can see her coaching championship hockey, track and basketball teams for schools everywhere. Baseball, 2; Traffic Squad, 2; Majorsy Club. 2; French Club, 2, 3. GEORGE BIXLER Prinrcfon Unless he is manager of one of the big league baseball teams, Bix will probably be the worlds greatest stamp-collcctor. Perhaps he will be both, for when his collection is worth a million or so dollars he will be able to buy out one of the teams. Think of the passes to the games his friends can get then! Scholarship Club, 1, 2, 3; Chess Club, 1, 2, 3; French Club, 4; Dramatic Club, 4; Asst. Manager Baseball, 3; Manager Baseball, 4; Chair- man Student Day Committee, 4; Senior Dance Committee, 4. HAZEL BLOCK Mt. Holyalce We have quite a few pretty girls in school this year. one being Hazel. She doesn't tell us any of her future plans but, nevertheless, we can imagine pleasant things in store for her, providing that she doesn't follow H. R. H. the Prince of Wales in horseback riding. French Club, 3, 4. JEROME BLOOM Dulce University Jerry is going to Duke U. to study law and prepare himself for being a Hgreat man." we tlolft know what kind of greatness he is striving for, but we do know that Duke U. will gain a good track man and an industrious student who would be an asset to any- school. Track, 3; Track Club, 3, 4. F, CATHERINE BOOKER BI'UFICI'OI'I Nomnal This girl has a total of seven possible nicknames but we'll leave them to your imaginatimi She is evidently quite Spanish. for she plays tie guitar and, like Columbus, her ambition is to go XVest. She also cantides that she gets considerable Cross-countn' practice ruil- ling after trolley cars. Glee Club, 1. 2, 3, 4; History Chub. 4: Basketball, 2. MYRTA NATALIE BOOKER Ft'vdaniu She likes bridge, 01' at least says She does. We wonder if the liking extends to these big out-of'door men called civil engineers who build them? She is interested in music and intends to go into the trade, or is it the art? Good idea. for civil engineers are par- ticularly susceptible to music. we hear Glee Club, 1, 2, 3; Local History Club, 4; Arts and Crafts Club, 3, 4i WM. R. M, BRASSINGTON Y. I7. XYhen Brassie gets into Real Estate there will be some action in the game. He is already plannmg a boom in Alaska that will make the Florida boom seem like a strawberry festival in a small-town church. However, it is not the money that interests him, it's the excitement that he wants. Business W'riting Club, 2; Track. 3. 4; Baseball, 3, 4; Traffic Squad, 2; Football, 3. ADELE HERMAN BROXVN P 7.16.115. Here's someone who has sense and appreciates a good thing when she sees it. Adele is going to complete her education by a post-graduate Course in good old N. R. H. 5. Shakespeare has another admirer in ttDel," who is planningy later to be a teacher. 24 ALEXANDER BROWN Foz'dlzam Law Brownie, our class baby, needs no introduction. He has been cheer leader for two years and has coxied the varsity crews of 426 and 27. He is going to Fordham Law School and intends to make law his future occupation. Cheer Leader. 3, 4; Crew, 3, 4, 5. LILIAS BROWN This young miss is rather quiet and many of us do not know her as well as we would like. However, we all know of her remarkable achievements in the line of intelligence tests and vocabulary quizzes, where her name nearly always heads the list. She has been a member of several of our clubs and helped a great deal. She wants to train for some special work tit has such a long name we can't remember i0, which she is certain to enjoy. French Club, 3, 4; Chorus. 2, 3; Scholarship Club, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club, 4. IRIS BUENO Barnard Iris's modest ambition is merely to be a success. As her record for the last four years proves, that is assured, whether it be as a veteri- narian, a lawyer, or a writer, for all of which she is qualified. House, 4; Senate. 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club, 3, 4; Constitution Committee, 4; President French Club, 4; Senior Play, 4; Junior Prize Speaking Contest, 3; Traffic Squad, 4. XVALTER FUCHSIUS BUGDEN Columbia 0110 of our big, healthy crew men, but that isnit his only accomplish- ment. A hockey stick is just as useful in his hands as an oar. and he's good at using both. Heis going to be our M.D., and we hope he succeeds at it. House. 1; Scholarship Club, 3; Senior Play Committee, 4; Hockeyy 4; Varsity Crew, 4. 25 GABRIEL J. BUNDSCHUH FOI'tHZaHl Of course hQld Ironsdies" is going to be a lawyer, but only because history shows most U. S. Presidents have been. You see, Gabe is one of our future Presidents, and he wants to do nothing that isn't customary. We are looking forward to the day when we shall hear his 'oratorieal voice delivering his inaugural address with the same feeling that he pleaded the cause of HOld Ironsidesfl Times Oratorieal Contest on Constitution of U. 5., 3, 4; Asst. Business Mgiz, nBells of Bcaujolaisli; Business Mgr. for HIn Arcacly"; Publicity Mgr for ttlmportance of Being Earnest": Senate, 3, 4; Debating Team, 4; Senior Dance, 4. RALPH BURGUM M. Z. T. Quick-thinkingy coolvheaded, wholesome, persistent, efficienty plenty of common sense. That's Ralph for you. With all these good qual- ities and many others. how can he help but succeed in construction engineering? By the way, Ralph knows a little something about bridge. Just try and beat him. Scholarship Club. 1, 2; Chess Club, 2, 3; Tennis, 4. VINCENT BURIGO Vince is going to build steel structures for skyscrapers and hopes to build the first in New Rochelle. His hobby is reading poetry. Anon, he says. is his favorite author, for he has never found any other who can equal his variety. ROBERT J. BURNS Columbia No doubt things will be accomplished in architecture when Bob begins to work at it. He hopes he will be able to submit plans for land- scaping the front of the school so that students will no longer have to be. constantly explaining to strangers looking at it from North Avenue that it does not stand in six feet of water. If he can do that, his fortune will he made. Spanish Club, 3; Dramatic Club, 3; Radio Club, 4; Crew, 4. 26 CATHERINE M. BURLEIGH l'Vcllcsley Here's another girl with the traveling bug, Whose slogan is ttSee Arabia first!" Better be careful, boys, that one of those handsome Arabian princes doesnt beat you out. You can't afford to lose such a girl as this, so take our advice and beware! Volley Ball, 2; Baseball, 3, 4; Arts and Crafts Club, 3; Spanish Club, 4; Sergeant Traffic Squat, 4. KENNETH BRIGGS CABLE Miami Unii'emify Here is one of the founders of the traffic squad, and one of its officers as well. Ken likes to run and can be found afternoons running around circles at City Park. However, running around in circles at track practice has given him a good sense of direction, for we have never seen him describinfr similar geometric figures in any other line of activity. Track, 3, 4; Traffic Squad, 2, 3, 4. ADELINE F. CAMILLONE Gibbf Secretarial School It isnt always that a secretary tand such a tiny one at thaw can roll along in a Rolls-Royce, but that is what KAN is proposing to do. There is no doubt that she will accomplish it, however, for when such a winning little person wants something, it would be impossible tor the gods to refuse 1t. Scholarship Club; Glee Club. 1, 2. HOW'ARD CAMPBELL McGill University HBucky" is going to study medicine and intends to write the letters WI, D34 after his name if he has to move to Maryland to do it. With such determination we don't think the latter course will be necessary at all. Track, 4. 27 MARION LOUISE CHAMBERLIN 1 Hunter Collage Marion says she likes dancing twc suppose she means the HBlack Bottom'd, reading two suppose she means Zane Greyl, and swim- ming lwe know she means the color of the watery Well, Marion. we'll admit thereis lots of fun in dancing, reading and swimming. but we know there'll also be fun in being a good. pleasant teacher. House, 1; Volley Ball. 4: Glee Club. 1. 3. 4 ALMA J. CHAMPLIN Barnard What an addition to any Cook's tour Alma would be, with her remark- able knowledge of French! Let us hope that this gift of hers will be put to some good use, if only that of teaching it to others. French Club, 3, 4; Senate. 2, 3, 4; Scholarship Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club, 3; Junior Council, 3. MARIA CHAPMAN Maria refuses to tell us what her ambition is, but such a likable little person doesn't need one. Dont let that modesty of hers fool you, cithert for she is really very competent when she needs to be. Captain of Traffic Squad, 3, 4; Basketballt 4. MARY LOUISE CHARLES Andm'xon Collcm' Meet uMary Lou," the worlds most famous short-story writer, or was it tennis player? Anyway, we know she's a tOp-notcher in something, if only in making people fond of her in the short time she has been here. which in itself is an accomplishment of which to be proud. Senate, 3, 4; Red Cross Club, 3; French Club, 3; Scholarship Club, 3; Library Club, 4. 28 HARRY L. CHASSEROT Columbia Parle-bil Francais? XVe hope to tell you. Harry always gets to the roots of things, so we aren't surprised to find that hes going to he a dentist. His hobbies are photography and legerdemain. We just looked up the latter in the dictionary and found that it means jugglery. Chess Club, 2, 3: Scholarship Club, 11 2; Bankers: 3, 4; Dramatic Club, 3; French Club, 3; Secretary, 4; Camera Club, 4; Traffic Squad, 4; Track, 3, 4. MARJORIE CHURCHILL Abba! Academy Marjorie is another rare girl who doesn't say much, but she has the knack of making you like her instantly. Interior decorating just seems to suit her, for she gives the impression of being genuinely artistic. Junior Red Cross, 3. VINCENZA ANNA CIOFFARI N. Y. U. Vin bears a distinguished name that will long be remembered in ' N R. H. S. She has done her best to live up to it in her quiet way, and has made friends, good ones, everywhere. Nile green will be the color of her notebook bindings when she becomes 21 private secretary. Scholarship Chib, 1; Business XVriting Club, 1. BARBARA CLARKE "Bobby" is pleasant and agreeable with everyone, which is a great asset. You are indeed lucky if you have her for a life-Iong friend. As a gentle hint, we advise you blonde-headed fellows to give her mite canoe rides, that being Bobby's hobby. Whatever you be, "Bobby," we wish you the best of luck. - '130115 of Beaujolais," 3: H111 Arcady." 4: Scholarship Club, 1; French Club, 4; Dramatic Club, 3: Junior Red Cross, 2, 3. 29 ALMA MAE CLARKE Collage 0f LVilZiam and Jlar'y Here is another of those gifted persons who will soon be taking Broad- way by storm! XVhen this talented friend of ours has arrived behind the frmtlights and has acquired her famous Mediterranean Villa, we will be prouder than ever of the opportunity of knowing her. Purple and White. 2, 3; Glee Club. 1, 2, 3, 4: French Club, 4; Senior Play, 4; Scholarship Club, 4; Dramatic Club, 3y 4; Junior Council, 3; House, 1: Freshman Party Committee, 1; Sophomore Party Committee, 2; President Dramatic Club, 4. LUCINDA M. CLEVELAND Catherine Gibbs Secretarial llCin" tells that she will be a business correspondent and points out that she doesn't mean a coi-respondent, either. She is divided in ambition between being a private secretary on one hand, and having t'long tresses" on the other, figuratively speaking, of course. We also go in for classical dancing; that is, she does. Secretary, Business Writing Club, 1; Vice-President, Arts and Crafts, 3; Vice-President, Local History Club, 4; Traffic Squad, 4; Schol- arship Club, 3. 4. MARGARET CLEVERDON Presbyterian Hospital When the next war afflVESwWthl'l won't be long nowiand we are lying wounded in some old camp hospital, it certainly will be a big help to see Margyls smiling face flitting around and dressing wounds. We said flitting, not flirting, but it would take an awfully blind old veteran to resist that Charming smile. RUSSELL H. COCHRANE Smiling nRuss." Always chasing away gloom and cheering everyone up. Even the color of his hair helps to impart sunshine. As an advertiser, how could be fail? Impossible. Crew, 4. 30 CATHERIN E L. COHEN The High SL'111':101 33111 be 1osing a gem when she loses Kittv fo1 she is one of those priceless people who always Cheer 3'01: up when 3011 are blue. This is 01113 a small part of an attractive personality 33111L11 331115 her so many triends and 33111ch will help put her 011 the fiont page as America s most demanded commercial artist. Tennis,2, 3,4; Bziseba11,3,4; V011e3 Ba11.4,5; Basketba11,2; Scholar- ship C111b,1; Red Cross C111b,4;Maj015C1ub, 4; Arts and Crafts. 3; Banker, 3; Lostand 1 01111L1, 4. HAROLD RILEY COLVIN Columbia Colvin has not been with us long but has already won himself dis- tinction in the Class of ,27 as well as in the school. You see he holds the undisputed honor of being late most often and is justly proud of his accomplishment. Class, 4; Senate, 4; History Club, 4; Spanish Club, 4. DRUSILLA COOKE I'vassar Isn't she sweet? That,s what we all say. She is good company and lots of fun, although some say she's shy and quiet. We should say she is quite ambitions, for she tells that she wants to inherit a million dollars. Who would have thought this of our modest miss! So 11ere4s hoping her ambition will be fulfilled. Sophomore Council, 2; Red Cross, 3, 4; Secretary of Red Cross. 3; French Club, 3, 4; Dramatic Club, 3; Senate, 3, 4; Chairman, Senior Motto Committee, 4. DAVID CRAMPTON Carnal! 3Dave' o33'es most of his prominence to his favorite habits of getting 100 per cent 011 regents and all A4- 5 on his report cards. Bet33' een regents and report cards. he spends his time taking an active part in student government and school activities Dave is leavino a record in scholarship that will stand for years before it is equalled. House, 1; Senate, 2; President, 3; Sophomore Cou11Ci1,G O.C0unci1. 3; JLinior Council 3' Senior Counci1.Chairman Constitution Com- mittee 4, P. 81 3V.,1, 2, 3 4; Scholarship Club, 1; Secretar3. 2. 3, 4; President, Bankers Association, 3 4, Varsity Debating Team. 2; Captain, 4; G. 0. Dance Chairman, 3; Track 1, 3. 4; Track C1ub, 4; Radio Club 4; Class Ba'sketbal1. 1, 3, 4' Year Book Staff 4;Se1110r P1ay;Se11101 Debate; Mt. Vernoii Debate;Va1edict0rian. 31 CLAIRE BERNADETTE CUNNEEN Columbia Claire is a swem, Charming girl. With a way of spreading sunshine tha is all her own, Horseback riding is her hobby. XVC hope she docsnf take after the Prince of W'ales, because we don't want to lose such an active one of our members. House, 1: Secretary, Senate, 2: Red Cross, 2, 3; Bankers; Associae tion, 2, 3: Dramatic Club. 3. 4; Junior Council, 3: Junior Prom Committee, 3; Senior Council. 4; Library Club, 3. 4: Lost and Found Bureau, 3: Arts and Crafts Club, 3, 4: Junior Party Com- mittee, 3; Chess Club. 3; Glee Club. 3, 4; Traffic Squad, 2: Senior Dance Sub-Committee, 4; French Club, 4. ADDIE DAVIS Institute of Muxical 517'! hDave" has a fine ear for music. She sings real well and her ambition is to play the piano. "Dave's" going to be a teacher, a good one, either of music or school. Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. NICHOLAS J. DE JULIO Colzmllrl'a Motoring is Nick's favorite diversion. He is not particular what kind of car he uses as long as someone else pays for the gas. The remainder of his spare time he spends reading the works of his favorite author, the distinguished local journalist, Thomas Hector. Spanish Cluby 2. JOHN W'ARREN DENNY Fordlzam John. the captain of our Victorious football team, is going to be a lawyer. Although he has always been a man of few words. we know he will make good in a profession where profuse speaking abounds. For what will flowery oratory mean when answered by clear, straightforward facts presented in John's characteristic earnestness of speech? Football, 3, 4, Si 32 ANNA KATHERINE DIETRICH . N. Y. U. XVe do not Hsee red" when we look at her, although that should be the case if she displays any of her favorite color. Anna is headed for a C. P. A. and likes bookkeeping, mathematics, and the theatre. And hence we see a jolly companion instead of red when we look her way. Business XVriting Club, 1; Trafhc Squad, 1. GREGORY MARCELLIANL'S DILLON M. l. T. Greg acted in the Senior Play and has won some distinction as a science and mathematics student. With these last two accomplishments. becoming a Chemical engineer at M. I, T. should not be too hard for him. Scholarship, 1; Senate. 3, 4; Senior Council, 4; Senior Play, 4; Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4; Radio Club, 4; Asst. Mgr. Track, 3. DOROTHY C. DINGEE Rider College We certainly can "C." Dot. She has indulged in about every line of activity in the school and has done well in them all. Her hobby is Coin collecting, and if She makes that her ambition, John D. will have to get busy again. And somebody is going to be lucky in getting a private secretary with brains. Baseball, 2. 3, 4: Hockey, 3; Volley Ball, 4; Spanish Club. 3; Arts and Crafts Club, 3; Red Cross Club, 3: Mandolin Club, 2; Glee Club, 1, Z, 3, 4. PATSY JOHN DI STAOLO Business School Someone asked who would make a good accountant. we immediately said that after 'tPat" got through business school no one could beat him. He has all the necessary qualities, with many others, to add to his success. We were told that the other day he shot a 34 in golf on a par 72 course. Maybe that was for the first nine holes. Anyway, he must have shot a couple of Hbirdies? 33 ROSAMOND DOERING Connecticut Rosamond is one of the best we have. She is a real all-arouiid good sport. Very seldom does one find so many good qualities equally represented in one person. She is an excellent athlete, an efficient student, a time secretary, and a true friend. Yes, she's chosen the position of private secretary as her life work. Volley Ball Team. 3, 4; Basketball Team, 2, 3, 4; Baseball, 3; Captain, Junior Class Basketball, 3; Captain. Senior Alpha Volleyball. 4; Captain, Senior Class Basketball. 4: Dramatic Club, 4; Secretary, 3: Secretary, G. 0., 4: Secretary. Junior Class, 3: Junior Council. 3: Senior Council, 4; Majors' Club. 3: Silver Award, 3; Gold Award. 4: Senior Dance; G. 0. Dance. VIRGINIA E. DOTY New Palt: Normal Five years from tonight, when KlGimiie" makes her debut on the stage of the Metropolitan Opera House, we will all be present to cheer her along, for this can be the only fate of the lovely heroine of h,In Arcady." Sit up, Seniors, and take notice, for it isnt everyone who is allowed to graduate with a future operatic star. Arts and Crafts, 3; Glee Club, 3, 4; HBells of Beaujolais," 3; nIii Arcady," 4: Traffic Squad. 4; Library Club. 4. ELIZABETH F. DREY 14461103103! HLibby" is athletically, musically. studiously and dramatically inclined. And by HlllCllllEtl,u we don't mean that she tilts her head back and struts around as if she were balancing a penny on her nose. for along with all her accomplishments she has a sunny disposition and is friendly to everyone. Art criticism is to be her future occupation. P. 8: XV. Bulletin, 1; House, 1; Tennis. 3, 4; Baseball, 2; Basketball, 3; Volley Ball, 2, 3: Scholarship Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club, 4; Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club. 3, 4. CAROLYN LORD DU BOIS IVcllcslcy They must have missed '"CarrieH a great deal at Livingston Manor High and at Ely, and while New Rochelle sympathized with them. it welcomed tharrie" with open arms. No wonder she Obtained honors at these schools. This newcomer wants to write a novel. Very few girls indulge in the outdoor sport of archery, but 4'Carrie" is one of them. President, Junior Class at L, M. H.. 3: Sophomore Editor of iManor iWiI'z'or, 2; Assistant Editor-in-Chief Of iManor iMiI'I'm', 3; L. M. H. Dramatic Club. 2, 3; E. H. Basketball, 3; Senate, 4. 34 lYlLLIAM ROWLAND DUNCAN Durlmozlllz Bill was with us only in his senior year but has liianaged to get pretty well acquainted. Bill is a chess artist and in the days to come will no doubt be one of our crack civil engineers and build a trunse atlantic bridge or something. Billys favorite color is green, though we wouldn't have said he was Irish. PAUL B. EATON Brown A new member for the ambitiou-graduate club. HBuddy" also wants to be retired just as an automobile tire. lPardon us for that onej Paul might be an acrobat, a seller of dogs, just a plain round-the- world Hyer, or anything else, but whatever he takes up. we know helll see it through. MILDRED G. ECCLES Minor Nnrnml Hip-hip-hooray ! Herels someone whose hobby is laughing, a real genuine gloom-dispeller. XVould t0 goodness we had more of them, Here will he a teacher. who, besides being a good athlete, will be able to smile away heaps of trouble and bring others through mniling, too. Chorus, 1, 2, 3. 4. ML'RlEL EMILY EDMUNDS N, Y. School of Applied Art and Dmign llEddie'l is all there, but we cannot quite reconcile her ambition of being l'His Secretary" with her future occupation of being a costume designer. Or maybe it's the other way round. Muriel has that kind of smile that makes everybody feel like smiling and she sure is a good pal. We envy the lucky uHisH whose secretary she is going to be. Class Baseball, 2: Volley Ball, 3; Dramatic Club, 3; Arts and Crafts, 2; Class Basketball, 4; Traffic Squad, 3; In Aready; Library Club, 2, 3, 4; House, 1. 35 DAVID ENGELSON N . Y. C. Dave is one of our handball enthusiasts antl spends a lot of time at the game. He does not allow It to intertere with his studies. how- ever, as he shows by being 3 Scholarship Club member. Scholarship Club, 4; Spanish Club, 4. ROCCO S. FANELLI Buildm's' Training SCIIOOI thoc" wants to be a president, and he doesn't care of what. as long as he can have the title. Perhaps if he succeeds in his chosen pro- fession 0f builder he will be the president of a large and successful building corporation. In the words of HQuien sabeP'y Senate, 3; Spanish Club, 2, 3, 4. his favorite language, PARDO FANTETTI Non? Dame "Prof" need hardly tell us that he is to be a concert violinist. Anyone who has ever heard him play realizes that for him to be anything but a violinist would be unusual, and that the concert stage is his logical goal. Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: l'Pirates 0f Penzancef' 1; Glee Club, 1, 2: Class Football, 1, 2; Class Baseball, 2. 3. MARGUERITE FERRY Peggy was in l a somewhat facetious mood when she told us about ierselt'i Any serious-minded student that tells us her hobby is rumbling; that is, riding in rumble seats on good looking roadsters must be. However. she did confide that she wanted to become an organist. Congrats Iwand let us know about your first concert. Scholarship Club. 1y 2; Lost and Found Bureau. MCRIEL ROSE FLEISCHMAN Smith XVe are beginning to think of forming a Club for those Who don't tell us about their future plans. Nevertheless, a girl with Muriel's ability, efficiency, and pleasant nature won't have any trouble in accomplishing whatever she sets cut to do. Dramatic Club, 3, 4; Senate. 4. LORETTA VERONICA FLETCHER Boslmz Collage ltRet" should make a good teacher of commercial geography or typing. Her work here has been steady and has kept her in the Scholarship Club. Her-thirst for travel shows itself in her love for the movies. and some day she is going around the world. Scholarship Club, 1, 2; 4; Spanish Club, 3, 4; Traffic Squad, 4. HELEN MARJORIE FRASER N. l". School of Fine and Appliml Arts Although Teddy has decided to be a costume designer, she is best known to us for her lovely voice. We should like to prophesy the fulhllmeiit of her wish to sing Camille in HTraViata," but if she has turned her thoughts in other directions we are afraid that that would do 110 good. House, 1; Senate, 2, 3, 4; Corresponding Secretary, 4; French Club, 4; Vice-President French Club, 3: Sophomore Council, 2; Sophomore Staff, Purple and White, 2; Contesting Glee Club, 2: Musical Clubs Concert, 2; ltBells of Beaujolais," 3; llIn Aready." 4: Scholarship Club, 1; Library Club, 3. XVlNNlFRED KATHLEEN GATEHOUSE New Palt: XX'ould you believe that Kay is going to be :1 Kindergarten Teacher? lVell, itls the truth. Of course we envy the kiddies, and besides. how will the little tots desire higher education if they have to leave Kay to get it? Scholarship Club, 2, 4; Spanish Club. Pres., 3, 4; Traffic Squad, 3, 4 Senior Play: Operetta; Lost and Found, 4. SAM H. GIANGRECO lhzimrsity of Pennsylvania Sam has spent four years 011 the football team and has two gold foot- balls to show for his work. He is also an expert oarsman, having rowed 011 the 1926 varsity, and is now rowing on a junior crew of the W. R. Rowing Club. He intends to go to the U. of P. and study architecture, if athletics leave enough time. Championship Cross-Country Team, 1: Varsity Football, 2, 3, 4. 5; Crew Squad, 2, 3; Varsity Crew, 4. MATTHEW GINSB ERG P011 msyl-z'ania A future financier. That's llMatty." Pretty soon heill be financing all 0111' great wars and his name will go down in history fur little high school children to study about. XVe hate to tell you, girls, that he's going to be a baclielore-of arts. Class Basketball, 1; Class Football. 1; Assistant Business Manager, P. e XV, 3, 4; House, 1: Traffic Squad, 3. HUGH GOVERN zlmlzm'ttf A future enginee' and a good one. That's his ambition. Those wise- cracks he makes in Class; if he didn't crack them in class where nobody Could get him, he might not be where he is now. Quite a golfer, too. CONSTANCE XVILLARD GRAYSON Connie savs her ambition is to be well versed in everything and as an artist especially. She certainly can draw and. she also can PLAY tennis. She is an all-around athlete, interested in English tas a subject, we meanl, and we also hear that she teaches Sunday School in spare moments Some day we expect to see Connie's paintings and drawings in all the best galleries, and we don't think we'll be disappointed. Class Tennis, 2, 3. 4; Mgr. TClllllSl 3; Class Basketball, 2. 3. OSCAR j. GREENE Syracme For two years HOCCyH has been one of the reasons why the N. R. H. 5. line could not be broken and he will be hard to replace. His mind is set on becoming a millionaire. He says he realizes that money can't buy everything but he thinks he will be satisfled with every- thing money can buy. House. 1; Football, Sec. Team, 2; Varsity, 3, 4; Spanish Club, 2, 3; Dramatic Club, 3. DANIEL JOSEPH GROSS Danny is going in for electrical engineering and wants to beam expert. He believes there 15 stlll much to be done In electr1c1ty mot countv ing several unfunshed phys1cs experlmcntsl, and plans to do 1115 share. CHARLOTTE ALICE HAAS Connecticut Our Hprcmicre artiste" won't tell us her nickname. However, we would suggest 'tSalty," because her great outdoor sport and even her ambition has to do with the art of sailing. What the school would have done for posters without Charlotte, nobody knows. She is going into commercial art later. and we can just see her pictures 011 the Salm'duy Ewning POX! ten years from now. Scholarship Club, 1, 2; Art Editor, P. Lh VR, 1, 2, 3; Senate, 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary Senate, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee, 3; Class Council, 2, 3; Class Party Committee. 2, 3: Library Club, 3, 4; Chess Club 3; Arts and Crafts, 1, 2; Class Day Committee, 3; P. 81 W. Play, 3; Glee Club, 2, 3, 4; Senior Dance Committee, Traffic Squad, 2, 3. 4; G. 0, Dance Committee, 4; French Club, 4: Senior De- bate, 4. ERNEST AUGUST HACHMAX UErnie" is as light-headed as they make 'em. Just the outside. because inside there is a clear-thinking, commomsense brain. He dOCSIft. say anything about his plans for the future but here's to him. Orchestra, 1, 2, 3, 4; Penmanship Club, 1; Traffic Sergeant, 4. 39 ROBERT KINGMAN HALL Dartmouth Bob is one of those quiet, friendly fellows Who does his work without asking for recognition and is 011 good terms with everybody. He is a good cross-Country man besides, and has spent three years 011 the squad. House, 1; Glee Club; Spanish Club; Cross-Couutry, 1, 2, 3: Track Club, 4. GLENDON HAY HARDY Art and music are Glen's hobbies and he is going to be a draughtsman. He has p1ayed in the school orchestra tor tour years and in two 01 the Operetta orchestras besides playing a prominent part in the Senior play. Scholarship Club, 1, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4: Operetta Orchestra, 3, 4; Traffic Sergeant, 4; Lost and Found, 4: Senior Playy 4. HARRISON HARPER Dm'lmoullz Harry's just the type to be too modest to tell us his good points. There- fore he leaves it to our imagination whether he is to be a traffic cop, French teacher or athletic coach of some kind. Whichever it is. We wish him the best of luck and congratulate Dartmouth on gaining such an aII-roulid student. Baseball, 2, 3, 4; Cross Country, 2; Interclass Basketball, 2; Track, 4: Traffic Squad, 2; Scholarship Club, 3, 4; Year Book Staff, 4; Track Club. HELEN LOUISE HENDRICK Sat'ayv 1Y0 can hardly imagine such a feminine person as Helen becoming a gym teacher, as seems to be her intention. But for that matter, you can't always tell what hidden possibilities our school might contain. Her love of swimming should have warned us. Court of Honor. 2, 3, 4: Red Cross Club, 3; Dramatic Club. 3, 4; Volley Ball, 4: Basketball, 3, 4. FRANCES HERMES 11H. Holyokc Fran's choice 01 blue as her favorite color hard11 reHects 11e1'tr11e personality, for another girl as g0011-11ature11 211111 1u11-Iov111g as she 110u1d be hard to 111111. She has her serious moments,11011'ever,an11 will leave behind her a name never to be forgotten 31111 011e 11111111 we expect 11'111 some day be as famous as He1e11 Wills 211110110 16111115 lovers Senior Council, 4; Class '1161111is,4: Class Baseba11,3;C1ass Vollev Ball, 3;Fre11c11 C111b,3,4; Re11C10ss Club, 3, 4: Lost 211111 F0111111 Committee. HERBERT HERTZ Columbia Herbert is going to be the Class 01 '27s contribution to the world of journalism, for that is what he has Chosen for his life work. Althouah he is still undecided whether to take Horace Greela 01' William Randolph Hearst for a model, we are sure he 11111 succeed 1111 matter 111 whose footsteps he 1011011'5. House, 1; Orchestra, 1,7 -, 3, 4;Fre11ch Club 4' Chess Club 3 4. BERYL HERZ ' Smiflz Here's a girl whose 11121111 ambition at present is to make college 111111 she will. She has made herself so well liked by those 11110 1111011 her that she 15 sure to make a hit 111 the 11101111. She likes athletics and plays basketball as it 511011111 be played. 011 the sly, she has a great 10111111655 for the movies. XVith her versatility we are sure she will get along famously. Basketball, 4: French Club, 3, 4; Dramatic C111b, 3, 4; Glee C111b, 1. LO L'ISE HERZOG 11011111101- Size certainly isn't indicative of imborta11ce,at least where 111c1"' is co11cer11e11,10r this little 11311011 -51u11e11t has succeeded 111 1111111111g as large a share 01 our admiration as the 1a11est one of her class. Her 1151 01 activities would show us 11011' a11-rou11d she is even if she 112111111 said she 11111111 11111111 whether to be a plumber or Vice- Premier of Italy. I11tel'c1ass Basketball 2,4; Scholarship Club, 1,2, 3, 4' SecondVarsitV Basketball, 3;V011evBa11 3, 4; Baseba11, 3; Varsity Basketba11, 4;Re11Cross C111b,3; Majzdrs C11111, 3, 4 41 FORD HINMAN Columbia Let us introduce the only boy in school after whom the worlds most popular car is named. After his practice voyages on Huguenot Lake, we fully expect this young man, who has gained such a name for himself in football and baseball, to become equally famous in yachting circles and to make his next trip to Florida in his own boat. Football, 3, 4, 5: Baseball, 5. JANET ELIZABETH HOBAXE Smith HVVho's that coming down the street? why, that's HJan," our class baby who is leaving us for Smith with the solemn determination to hit those college board exams hard and to graduate in due course from that institution. She doesult say what she will do when she leaves there. but we can guess. Janet is the kind of a pal a lot of people would like to have. Ask Alice Vt'hitman if you don't think 50. French Club, 3, 4; Senior Dance Committee, 4; Dramatic Club, 3. ALICE KERSNER HOFFMAN Fine and xlfplivd Arts Why are some people never satisfied? Here is a girl Who couldn't be improved. yet she wants to grow taller, We wouldn't have her changed one bit. for she suits us just as she is. How about you? Arts and Crafts Club, 1, 2, .3, 4; Dramatic Club, 4. MARY ELIZABETH HUMPHREYS 111in hEflie" belongs to that ambition-gradiiate club that was formed last year. With her scholarship record she will not have to worry in the lcast about getting through high school and college. XVith her ability to adapt herself to any Situation, she is good company and Will Carry anything she undertakes over the top. Exchange Editor, P. 8: WC, 3; Dramatic Club, 3, 4; Mandolin Club. 2; Class Basketball, 4; Volley Ball, 2; Scholarship Club, 1, 2. 3, 41 French Club, 2, 3. AGNES MARGARET JACKSON Nrw Palm. We hear a great deal about red Ford roadsters this year. uAg" is another who likes to drive them and she will probably travel around the world in one. Don't you just envy the pupils whom shels going. to teach? A girl with her continual brilliancy will never fail. Scholarship Club, 1, 2, 3. 4; Spanish Club, 2, 3, 4; Library Club, 4;. Glee Club, 4. LESLIE ALFRED JACOBSON Columbia Jake is going to be a lawyer, and despite a full course of History C. is still interested enough in the Supreme Court to want to become Chief Justice. He wants to win fame by making a decision that will crowd the famous case of Marbury vs. Madison into obscurity. We hope he succeeds in the latter. Scholarship Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Cheer Leader, 2, 3, 4; Basketball Squad,. 2, 3, 4; Radio Club; 4; Interclass Basketball, 17, 3. ELLEN C. JOHNSON Let's hope when this promising friend of ours takes her trip around the world. she won't torget us entirely. XVe must admit, however, that a girl who can pull down the marks she does deserves such a reward so we'll all be down to bid her "bon voyage" whenever she sets the date. Scholarship Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club, 2, 3, 4. ISABELLE W'ILDER JOHNSON Mt. Holyoica nlhs" keeps up New Rochellc's reputation for ttbrains." Yet so quiet and unassuming is she, that one would think she boasted Of 110 accom- plishments whatsoever. But her accomplishments are many and O'rcat. Scholarship Club, 1, 2, 3; 4; Traffic Squad, 2; Lost and Found Bureau, 2; P. 6? VV, 4; Red Cross, 4. 43 MARTHA EMMA JOHNSON Beaver College Martha's only desire is to drive a red Ford, which is a most noble ambition so long as she keeps out of the way of those khaki-clad tyrants on motorcycles. Her ability to make friends would stand her in good stead in that case, but if she ever should need help, we know more than one Senior who would be only too glad to give it to her. House, 1; Red Cross, 3, 4; Library Club, 4; Scholarship Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Dramatic Club, 2, 4; French Club, 3, 4; Senior Volley Ball Team, 3. ESTHER MARGARET JOHi'STONE New Palm Normal In later years Peggy will be touring the globe in company with others from this class She is one of the worst card crooksveshe Cheats herself in favor of her opponent in solitaire. In other words, she is the soul of honor. Her pleasant personality ought to brighten the school room l'or many when she becomes a teacher, just as it did when she was a pupil. Basketball, 1; Field Hockey. BERNILIE ST. JOHN JONES Businrsx Collrgc tlBehe" is going to be a stenog'i'apher and intends to go to business college to master the art of incorrect spelling and acquire the most approved style of chewing gum. lYith these accomplishments she is sure to he a successful stenographer. RL'BY jONES llm'lvm Ilmpflul Ruby is going to have a chance to make people everlastingly grateful to her in the occupation that she intends to take up. It doemft take much imagination to see her reading Paul Lawrence Dunbar to her patients and see them brighten up under the influence of that smile that we've seen so often. Glee Club, 1. Z. 3, 4. LEON KAHAN N. Y. University If llIrish" shows the same qualities of leadership as a lawyer that he has as a basketball captain, he will soon be entering politics. Or perhaps he will be a bridge champion a second Mr. V'Vorth4with basketball coaching as a side line, for how are we to tell? Freshman Basketball, 1; Varsity, 2, 3, 4; Captain, 4; French Club, 2; Traffic Squad. JACK KAHN I Dartmouth Here's the illustrious G. O. president. Jack always has a smile and a joke ready. friendly to everybody. Soon you'll hear of him as a famous merchant on the high seas. Maybe he'll write some sea stories or jokes. We hope so. Senate. Vice-President, 2; Recording Secretary, 3; Business Manager, Operetta, 3; Sports Editor, P. 6S1 W. Bulletin, 3; Debating Team, 3; Junior Prom Committee, 3: Junior Council, 3; G. 0. Honor Banquet Committee, 3; Senior Play, 4; Senior Debate, 4; Senior Play Committee, 4: Senior Council, 4; President, G. O. y M ARJORIE El KAISER Sometimes in our work we come upon people about whom it is difficult to say anything. We simply End our mind a void in regard to them. Such a person llMarge" is not. We could go on talking forever about her good qualities. She can play the piano, enjoys pingepong and horseback riding. Above all, she is pleasant and agreeable to all. Red Cross, 4; French Club, 4. BENJAMIN KALEN Lafayeffc- The future holds no surprises for Bennie; he has it all planned out He is going to begin with public accounting and end up, as soon as things can be arranged, as a bank president. Besides being very practical, he is a scholar and intends to translate his favorite poet, Milt Gross, into English so that his works can be used in the study of modern American literature. House, 1; Dramatic Club; Interclass B. B., ,25, 426, l27; Track, 26;. Track Club; Interclass Baseball. EDYTHE LESLIE KEERS Michigan Uuriivcrsify HEd" has a voice as charming as can be, and a personality even charm- inger. She's to be an opera singer, so now you know where to go and hear some good singing several years from now. By the way. what do you think of bending pretzels for a hobby? HBells of Beaujolais," 3: uIn Arcady," 4; Penmanship Club, l M. CAMILLA KEMPLE L'Vcllmley Camilla is somewhat quiet and very studious. She doesn't tell us any of her future plans, but it's easy to imagine wonderful things for a girl with her scholarship record and ability. Red Cross; French Club; Lost and Found Bureau; Scholarship Clulx ADELAIDE R. KIRCH Iirocbal League Henry, here is a sale. Pinky's ambition is to own a Hivver. Ice cream eating and swimmiuo' seem to push themselves forward as major interests of this young lady. XVe suppose 5110 is going to he a teacher. though all she tells us is a t." Arts and Crafts Club, 3, 4; Pepita; Bells 0f Beaujolais; Library Club. 3; Spanish Club, 2, 3: Glee Club, 1, 2. MARIE KLEIN Somebody is going to have a private secretary worth having when Marie gets going. Marie likes dancing and solitaire, and declares that some day she is going to own her own car. She is also a ngecnist" but is not going to be a florist. And she is a swimmer, too, and likes English best of all her daily periods. . Scholarship Club. 1, 2, 3; Traffic Squad, 4; Penmanship Club. 1. 46 KATHERINE B. KROOS Harriet Melisxa Mills So UKuy" is going to be a kindergarten teacher? Well, we see where some little children won't mind going to schOol. Just picture them bringing her flowers because of their great love for her. House, 1: Arts and Crafts Club. LUCINE KROYER There isn't much we can say about "Polly" that you donyt already know. That she is sweet. pretty, friendly, kind, capable, lovable and altogether exceedingly attractive are well-known facts. Here, weWe found something new! She confesses to a mad love of horseback riding. Can you imagine our gentle friend curbing one of those spirited steeds which we see prancing around the bridle-path in back of the school? Tennis; Track, 3; Secretary of Majors Club, 2, 3, 4; G. 0. Honor Banquet Committee, 4; Dramatic Club, 3, 4; Traffic Squad, 3; 4, 5; Basketball, 4, 5; Ring and Pin Committee, 5; House, 1: Senior Council, 5; Class Day Committee, 3; G. 0. Revision Committee, 4; Scholarship Club, 1. ALVINA VIVIAN KUESTNER Barnard Another one who holds an enviable scholarship record. HVenie" is very talented along literary lines. Her hobby of reading and desire to follow a career of journalism harmonizes with her ambitionato write che great American novel." Sophomore Council, 2; Scholarship Club, 1, 2, 3; 4; French Club, 3, 4; Volley Ball, 4; Operetta, 4; Committee 011 Senior Play, 4; Glee Club, 3, 4. i EGON LACHNER Columbia This sturdy Tuckahoe-an has been one of our best students4and a crew man, too. He is going to he an aeronautical engineer and intends to build a non-stop aeroplane to fly across the Pacific to the defense of the Philippines. Egon can debate as well as row. There's a big future ahead for this person, for he always gets there and doesn't make a lot of noise about it, either. Spanish Club, 2, 3, 4; Senate, 2, 3, 4: Scholarship Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Radio Club, 4; Chess Club, 2, 3; Crew; 3, 4; Debating Team, 4; Year Book Staff, 4; Banker, 3; 4. 47 EDITH LADENBURGER DVeIlcslcy Can you imagine? liEddie" wants to have long hair. XVe wonder what the future employer of this coming private secretary will think of it. Makes no difference. She'll succeed with her charming per- sonality anywhere, any time. Dramatic Club, 3, 4; French Club, 4; Basketball, 3, 4: Volley Ball, 4. ML'RIEL MAXWELL LAGGAN Froebal Ludwig Funny how many of the class take blue for their favorite color. This ought to bc a definite proof of the law of attraction of opposites. Certainly here is another striking example, Skating. hiking and dancing help keep t'Steve" in highest spirits. She is little. but 0h, myl Dramatic Club, 3; Glee Club. 1, 2. 4: House, 1. XVILLIAM JOSEPH LANE Fordlzam Law Uncle Bim is one Of our hardest workers and one of our most popular seniors. He is going to make a success of the real estate and insurance business, perhaps with the aid of some new ideas he picked up on his trip to Florida. Still, real estate and insurance should be easy for him after selling Year Book ad. space. House, 1; President Freshman Class; President Sophomore Class; Vice-Prcsident G. 0.5 2; G. 0. Dance Committee, 2; Junior Prom Committee, 2; Junior Council, 2; Senior Council; 3; Basketball Squad, 2; Football, 1; Varsity, Z, 3. J. MORGAN LARKlN Tall, good looking, quiet. XVho wouldnit like Morgan? He came here only about three years ago from Derby, Comm, but even in that short time he has made many friends by iis pleasant disposi- tion and unassuming modesty. M76 wish him lots of luck in life. and know he'll get it too. EDlVARD LASUS Eddie has decided that he will be most likely to succeed as a manu- facturer of tinware, but is not quite sure whether there is more money in kitchen utensils or in light cars. As soon as he decides, he expects to revolutionize the industry, win fame and fortune, and eventually become one of the four hundred. NVith things so well planned, how can he fail? Class Basketball, 3, 4. HOW'ARD LAWRENCE LE NOlR Dartmouth Mathematics fascinate Howard. He has spent long hours pondering on why oneehalf infinity is still infinity, and has never quite solved the problem: and the result is that puzzled expression we often see on his face. For the sake of his peace of mind we hope he settles the question soon so that he can pursue his ambition of becoming an architect and builder. Senate, 4; Chess Club, 4; Chess Team, 4; Track Squad, 4. ELIS LERNER N. Y. U. Lerner intends to go into business when he finishes college. He is not sure what business, but perhaps he mll become wealthy and famous as an importer of button holes, or some such other necessary commodity. Class Basketball; Traffic Squad. LEO LEVENE N. Y. U. HLeeyl has chosen law for his future profession, provided it does not interfere with his playing basketball. His ambition is a very modest one, he only wants to become a billionaire. Having heard somewhere that the first billion is the hardest to get, he is going to start right in on his second and save himself a lot of hard work. Scholarship Club, 2; Spanish Club, 3; Class Basketball, 3, 4; Senate, 4. 49 RICHARD LEVIN Levin says he has no time for hobbies because swimming, tennis, bridge and John Galsworthy's novels take up all his spare moments. You see, he is preparing himself for his future occupation of retired banker. with his characteristic earnestness, but he does not let ambition keep him from being one of the most cheerful members of the class Cross-Couutry. 4: Crew, 4; Tennis, 4. LILLIAN LEVINE Culmnbia Lil has tucked away in some corner of her mind the hope of becoming an authoress. Lots of people with less wit have succeeded as such. and we see no reason why we should not be reading her hooks in the near future, She likes to draw, so maybe she will do her own illustrating. Spanish Club, 3, 4; Traffic Squad, 4. HENRY LEW'IS Harvard Henry is the school's Chess expert. If he has lost a game during his three years on the chess team 110 one remembers it, and if he did, no one would believe it, anyway. Besides, he is president of the Senate and Literary Editor of the Purple and White. Vice-President, Senate, 3; President, Senate, 4; Varsity Debating, 3: President, Chess Club, 2, 3; Chess Team, 2, 3, 4: Literary Editor. P. 8: W., 4. ' NATALIE DAVIS LEXVIS Ethical Culture Kindergarten School So our quiet little Nat is to be a kindergarten teacher! Donlt you envy the lucky pupils who will be her pupils? We certainly think it would be fun to go to school to her every day, for we don't see half enough of her here. Red Cross Club. 3, 4; Library Club. 4; Glee Club, 1, 3, 4. 50 MARIAN LINDERMANN Packard Marian's ambition is a trip around the world, and if what we've heard is correct. she has in former voyages got more than a third the way round already. Some day, suppose she will show Jules Verne that eighty days is plenty of time to go around half a dozen times She likes drawing and English and is going to be a private secre- tary. These employers are awfully lucky. Scholarship Club. 3, 4; Dramatic Club, 3: Traffic Squad, 4. HOXVARD BOLTON LITTLEVVOOD Uuz'trm'xify 0f IYl-l'gjlllll'tl Howard is going to be a broker when he gets through college, but he is not in any particular hurry. He is one of those who have "gone down to the sea in ships," and besides having traveled a good deal, prides himself on being an UABN" which, for the benefit of land- luhbers, welll explain, means l'able-bodied seaman." Senate. 3; Spanish Club, 2. 3, 4. MARGUERITE LOF Art 5571001 Can't you just see Marguerite speeding along in her Lincoln or Chrysler roadster? Let us hope that the smile which has led her through her class rooms for four years will have the same effect on hard- hearted trafhc officers. As a welleknown artist, however, she will probably have no trouble with them. Dramatic Club, 3, 4; French Club, 3, 4; Arts and Crafts Club. MARJORIE SECORD MAISCH Beam Collrgu More red Fords! tt'Marge" wants to tour Europe in one. We wonder what the Europeans who see her in such a car will think. We here will think that she has a personality and manner as bright as the car. By the way, if you want a few pointers in bridge, just ask ttllllarge'l for them. House, 1; Dramatic Club, 3: Red Cross, 3; Library Club, 3, 4; French Club, 3; Majory Club, 4. 51 EDGAR O. MARTINSON Columbia Edgar is one of our ioureyear Scholarship Club members and does his share in boosting the scholastic reputation of the class. Besides being a toiler 011 the Year Book staff he plays tennis, chess and is quite an accomplished musician. Scholarship Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Crew, 3; Chess Club, 2, 3, 4; French Club, 4; Book Staff, 4; Tennis, 4. JOHN MAYER University of Pmmsyl-z'ania Hurrah for Sparky! After his experience in boosting the basketball team, he can't help make a success of his chosen professioniadver- tising. XVhen he's head of the worlds largest advertising firm. we hope he will busy himself supporting the future editions of the ttRochelleauY House, 1; Senate, 2, 3, 4; Asst. Basketball Manager, 3; Basketball Manager, 4; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club, 3; Interclass Basketball, 3, 4. VIRGINIA MARIE MCCAHILL Iiwrbal League These kindergarten children are the luckiest things under the sun. Every year N. R. H. 5. sends some of its best products to Frcebai League, and Ginny is no exception. Her cheery smile and ditto voice have won her the presidency of the'Majors' Club and parts in our Glee Club productions. And, sh-h-h, tall men. beware. you are her hobby! Glee Club. 2: Basketball, 4; President, Majors' Club, 4; French Club, 3, 4; Dramatic Club, 3; Trach Squad, 3. ALICE C. MCGUIRE N. Y. 5mm College for Teachers Alice will make a fine teacher, for although quiet and unassumiuv, she has that patience which the faculty of the New Rochelle High School must realize is so necessary. In fact, school wouldn't be a hardship at all if one could be sure of having her 52 SARA LOUISE MCKEE Simmons Cullegc So here is another girl who feels the call of Broadway. If personality counts she would make a fine actress, although she says so positively that her actual work is to be washing dishes. We wonder if being voted the most sentimental girl in the class has anything to do with that. Volley Ball, 2, 3, 4; Purple and White, 4; Scholarship Club, 4; Banker, 3, 4; Junior Council, 3; llBells 0f Beaujolaisf 3; Glee Club; uIn Arcady," 4. REED L. MCJUNKIN Cornell After long and careful consideration llMac" has decided that he will be a bank president, too, but he claims its not the money that interests him, but merely the distinction. Weld like to believe him but we can't believe he is serious. Cross Country, 1; Football; 3, 4; Interclass Basketball, 3, 4; Baseball, 3, 4; Track, 4. JEANNETTE MENDELSON Jeannette's nickname is somewhat incomprehensible as to derivation. Some day it may dawn upon us where it came from. HNudie" has helped the class quite nony in athletics. She has indicated no ambition of any kind, but we ate certain from those bright eyes she has something up her sleeve. Volley Ball, 2, 3, 4; Baseball, 2, 3: Basketball, 2. EDXVARD J. MERTENS Columbia HTed" is going to be a millionaire banker. Not so bad. After he's retired, he'll start making new inventions about radio. At any rate, were sure to hear of him sooner or later high up in the world just swimming in success. 53 MARY ELLEN METCALF Mt. Holyolee' You certainly need no introduction to "Bumps," for her picture speaks for her. If there is anyone unfortunate enough not to know her let us advise him to get acquainted at once, for he doesnt know what he has been missing. Scholarship Club. 1; Lost and Found, 2; Court of Honor, 3; Tennis Team. 2: Volley Ball Team, 3, 4. ERNEST STANLEY MEYERS 0'. of Pennsylvania Ahem! A millionaire lawyer. How does that strike you? ltPaavo" plays basketball, baseball, goes out for track and speaks Spanish Several years from now if you find yourself in court, just consult uErnie" and your case will be won. Basketball; 2, 3, 4: Track, 3; Baseball, 4; Senate; 2; Spanish Club, 2, 3; Scholarship Club, 2. WALTER PHILLIP MICHELS Yale If Yale does not already possess a ping-pong team; we advise it to do so before nMickey" arrives, as here is a youth who declares this sport to be his only love. XVe will be very much disappointed if, as a millionaire banker a few years hence, he is not the pingvpong champion of the world. Hockey, 4; Atlanager Track, 4; Ring and Pin Committee, 4; Budget Committee, 4; Scholarship Club; 1, 2, 3. 4; Spanish Club. 2, 3: House, 1; Chess Team; Track Club, 4; Cross Country, 3. 4; Baseball. 4. BEATRICE MARGARET MICH ELSON Putlerzrd Bee is a stenographer par excellence. She claims to be a good exam dodger. but it's probably the exams that do the dodging when she appears. She is determined to become John D. Rockefellerls secre- tary, and what she is determined to do, she does. Dramatics are right in her line, and that's that. Dramatic Club, 3; Glee Club; 3, 4; Bells of Beaujolais. 54 ESTH ER MITTLEMAN Her ambition is to become famous. As a musician, we should judge from her future occupation, so-Called. Swimming, skating and reading are prominent among her amusements. and as a student her four years in the Scholarship Club testify to no mean accom- plishment in that line. Scholarship Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Business W'riting Club, 1. GEORGE MUELLER, JR. 1,7111'7'Ursify of Pennsylvania This carefree fellow-student can't decide whether to be a financial lion or merely the President of the U. S. As there is no earthly reason why he shouldn't be both, we wish him the best of luck in his future positions. G. 0. Council, 1, 2: A. A. Council, 1, 2: Asst. Manager Baseball, 3: Traffic Squad, 2, 3; Interclass Basketball, 4; Secretary A. A. Council, 2; Sophomore Council, 2; Junior Council, 3. JL'ANITA MAE NAFE Chicago lnxtifufe of Fine Arts Juanita is an artist Worthy of her name and 0f the president of the Arts and Crafts Club. She didn't tell us her ambition but we should judge that before long she will be designing hats and Owning an establishment on Fifth Avenue and perhaps in Paris. Juanita is an ardent supporter of the boysy hockey team. Suffice it to say that they were never defeated! President, Arts and Crafts. 4; Scholarship Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; House, 1; Girls' Advisory Athietie Council; Basketball, 3, 4. FOLKE NELSON Fordlzauz Folke is a swimming enthusiast and is ambitious besides. He wants to be the last man to swim the English Channel before the water becomes permanently unuavigable because of the congestion of Channel swimmers and their accompanying boats. Assistant Manager, P. C? WU 2; Senate, 3. LOIE FLORENCE NICKERSON Institute of szmirarl AM 410'" is one of our most talented musicians and has chosen music as her career. She is going to he a professiunal accompanist, and judging by her ability shown in the Operetta and the orchestra, a very good one. House, 1; Scholarship Club. 1, 2; P. Ch XV. Bulletin, 1, 2: Glee Club. 2; 3, 4; Committee for Senior Dance: Traffic Squad. 2: Sergeant, 4; Orchestra. 2, 4: Junior Council: 44136115 of Beaujolais"; ttIn Arcady." HELENE DOROTHY NIESCHLAC Vaxsar' It's no wonder that 44Tippy" received so many notes for the best all- around girl in the Senior Class. She has managed not only to participate in, but also to become a top-notcher in almost every line of activity offered by the school. In view of her remarkable record in scholarship, it is barely possible that her ambition to graduate from college Will be fulfilled. Scholarship Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; Senate, 3. 4; Debating Team. 3, 4; Mt. Vernon Debate, 4; Class Basketball, 2, 3, 4: Assistant Manager, Lasketball, 3: Manager, Basketball, 4: Dramatic Club, 3; Editor- in-Chief of Year Book, 4. HELEN LOUISE OHM Simmons College Helen wants to travel. At any rate. she has certainly done some trav- ellingT in N. R. H. 5.. for besides her studies; she has participated in about every type of activity offered in the school. Helen is musical, and although she didn't say so. we judge from her work here that her 44mnsica1ity" doesnt stop when she leaves the classic halls of learning. Helen swims. and quite naturally her favorite Color is blue. Scholarship Club, 1; Red Crosst 2, 3. 4: Class Basketball, 2, 3; Volley Ball, 4; Dramatic Club, 3: French Club, 3, 4; Glee Cluby 2; Bens of Beaujolais, 3. MEREDITH OLSON szzlcvfirul Here we have a girl with literary talent. Nevertheless, her ambition is to run an orphan asylum. At any rate. the poor little orphans will be well off with a mistress like Meredith. Every now and then she can cheer them up with some of her music. P. eh W'. Staff, 4; Dramatic Club, 3; Red Cross, 2; Trafhc Squad. 4. 56 FREDERICK HARRY OTTO le'Hiams t'ZSi We can't decide whether Harry is to make his name famous 011 the Concert stage as a pianist or behind the footlights dancing in musical comedy. He declares he is to be an architect but when he is qualihed for other professions, to study for that seems unneces- sary. Scholarship Club, 1; House, 1; Senate, 2, 3, 4: French Club, 3: Dra- matic Club, 3; Asst. Crew Manager, 3; TraHic Squad, 3; Senior Play Committee, 4; Track, 4; Tennis, 4. LEONARD EVERARD PALL'MBO Syraruse Pal has played varsity baseball and interclass basketball but his favorite sport is golf. Like other good golfers, such as Gene Sarazen, W'ilh'e McFarIaue and Johnny Farrell, he comes from Tuekahoe. He intends to Capture the National and British Open Golf crowns. an ambition that ought to keep him busy for the next few years. Baseball, Varsity, 3; Interelass Basketball, 4. MARGARET PAYNE Packard Judging from the way she typed her Hlife history" for the committee, Peggy hasutt much more to do before she's ready to land that job as private secretary to the president of the United States Steel Corporation. Her ambition is to "get there." tNuff said! House, 1; Scholarship Club. 1: Baseball, 2, 3; Volley Ball, 2; Glee Club, 2; Dramatic Club, 3; Track, 2. GRACE WHITNEY PEARSON 51001111111011? Some day, about fifteen years later, N. R. H. S. will have a visit from one of its former pupils, now a famous authoress, in the person of Grace Pearson. Teachers will be recommending her books to their classes and they Will be erecting tablets on her Reg, Room desk. Whit has written a lot already, and there is no reason why she shouldn't keep right on going. Class Reporter to P. Kz XV, 3, 4: Literary Staff, 4. 57 DONALD PERLEY Don is anything but communicative, and could not be coaxed to tall: about himself. However, we are sure that Don could tell us of lots of worth-while accomplishments if he weren't so modest. This rare modesty makes it rather hard on the writer's imaginations, though, and so we find it a bit difficult to fully appreciate this sterling quality in Don. HELEN ANN PETRY Hobby, talking! Here's the first and only girl who had courage to admit it. However, when ttHap'i says anything it's usually worth hearing, so she really has nothing to be ashamed of. She is de- ' termined to be a buyer, but has not decided just what line she is going to buy. Anyway, she ought to get some good bargains for her firm. Glee Club, 1. 2, 3; Bells of Beaujolais; House, 1; Senate, 2; Dramatic Club, 4; Understudy Senior Play. FANNIE PLOTINSKY Prat! Inxfimfc Most of us make it in four, some of us make it in five, but HFanita" has made it in three years and been in the Scholarship Club every year at that. Some record! Don't worry about your success as a librarian, Fanita. It's just waiting for you. Scholarship Club, 1, 2. 3; House. 1; Senate, 2, 3: Red Cross. 1. Z. 3. XYILLIAM CREESE PRICE Rice luxtifnfc Sure you know ttBiIl." He's the fellow that plays in the orchestra one minute and then sings and acts on the stage the next. As an engi- neer, he can cheer up his associates with a tune from his trombone or if that doesn't work, he'll sing them to sleep. In 1950, when heis president of the U. 5.. you'll be proud to say that you used to go to school with that fellow. Orchestra. 1, 2, 3, 4: t'Bells of Beaujolais," 3; HIn Aready,H 4; Scholar- ship Club, 2; Traffic Squad, 3. KINGDON PROCTOR As to what hels going to be, we don't know, but if he runs through all difhculties and obstacles as he ran for cross-country and track, we- know he'll have the best of success. Cross-Country, 3, 4; Track, 3, 4. PAUL ETIENNE QUENEAU Columbia Queneau is one of the scientifically inclined and is going to he a chem- cal engineer. We feel sure that he will some day make a great discovery in his favorite science. Meanwhile, he devotes himself to photography and to more or less informal debates with anyone on anything. Senate, 4; Camera Club, 4. MARGARET RABINOVVITZ Columbia Law 5671001 A girl clever enough to go through High School in three years. and remain in the Scholarship Club for every one of those years, should certainly make a success as a lawyer. Peggy will do it, too, for she is one of those people who accomplish what they undertake. Scholarship Club, 1, 2, 3; House, 1; Senate, 2, 3. XVILLIAM C. REDDING Cornell HBillll is another'of our engineci- prospects. If he has to do any skating in his future life work, we know he'll succeed. th you give him a Christmas present, give him a few skates Clot fish, but ice skatesl. Maybe he won't wear them all at once, but just watch him play hockey with only a couple on. Dramatic Club, 4; French Club. 4; Varsity Hockey, 4; Track, 4; Assistant Football Manager, 3. 59 CATHERINE VlRGlNIA RICHARDSON Howard University Many of this class must have been impressed by the way they YCI'C taught, for look at the number who are going, in their turn, to be teachers. Anyone who likes Dickens and Shakespeare certainh ought to like teaching. it would probably be an easy job if pupils were all like Kitty. Glee Club. 4. GERTRUDE KNIFFIN ROOS New Rochelle College Of all ambitions, the best is to be successful. So HTrudy" wants to be successful in her future occupation of keeping hubby home. A very good desire, isn't it? Her favorite study is anthropology, as it were. HTrudy'y is a great lover of horses. Rather cute she is, too. Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; HIn Ai'cady," 4; Scholarship Club, 1, 2, 3; Dra- matic Club, 3, 4; French Club, 3, 4; Volley Ball, 4; House, 1. NETTIE ZIMMERMAN Barnard hNed" is a quiet girl but always in good humor. This is a Valuable asset for a teacher, as she plans to be. llNetlyy likes to travel. Maybe that's why she does so much swimming and skating. French Club, 4; Bankers' Association, 4. LOUIS PAUL ROSE After his write-up in last years llRoehellean," it doesnt seem right for Louis to expect another full-fiedged one in the issue of this year. Here's his picture, however. which calls for some sort of 311 ex- planation. As he still intends to be a C. P. A., the meaning of which was told you last year, as he looks just as much like his twin as ever, and has the same list of athletic achievements to his credit, there is nothing new to add except that he is finally succeeding in shaking the dust of the High School from his feet. Cross Country, 1, 2; Track, 2. 3. 60 ROSE ROTMAX Barnard Rose's hobby is reading, a very line one. She is going to Barnard to learn to be a French teacher. We just hope you can teach French as thoroughly and easily as you, yourself, learned it, Rose. French Club; Scholarship Clubs JEANETTE ROWE llJohImie" is going to study art and languages in Florence, Italy, for the nevt two years. W'e'll miss her but she wolft miss her oppor- tunity. Sh! Don't tell a single soul. Her hobby is making mud pies on the school grounds. All invited to a tea party. Glee Club; Soph. Volley Ball, Z; hCinderella," 2; nBells of Beaujolaisfl' 3; Dramatic Club, 3; Senior Class Basketball, 4. HENRY LUYTON RUTZLER Darfmoutlz' This is Captain Rutzler of the Traffic Squad and also our librarian. Henry is going to pursue his future in medical lines, so when you're down and out, see Henry. Helll cheer you up just with his lively and interesting discussion of the drama and of all sorts of books before he resorts to pink pillsl Library Club, 3, 4; House, 1: Senate, 2, 3, 4; Court of Honor. 3; Dramatic Club, 3, 4; Traffic Squad Lieutenant, 2, 3, Captain, 4; French Club, 3, 4: Senior Dance Committee, 4; NonrAthletiC' Awards, 2, 3, 4. RICHARD SAMEK Pmmsylvam'a-leaz'ion Sulmol' Yes, you're right. nDle" is going to he a broker. A millionaire or not, he didn't say. Probably a plain billionaire. llDick', will play you a game of chess or a set of tennis any time, but if you donyt, want to get beaten, stay away, for he knows all the fine points. Chess Club, 2, 3; Tennis, 4. 61 RALPH M. SCHAIN Iim'dlmm '"llE-A-MiyeaeTeaml'liRighto! uSmilcs" Schain leading cheers that helped us shuw Mount Vernon how to play football. He is going to be a lawyer and aims to be a great one. He is a shark at history. and we have heard him in the Senate. so he'll probably hit what he aims at, Pretty hard. too, when he breaks up another Tweed Ring. House, 1; Orchestra. 1, 2, 3, 4: Senate. 2. 3, 4; Library Club, 2. 3, 4; Dramatic Club. 3; Cheer Leader, 4. ADRIENNE A. SCHMITT College of Now Roclzrlic XVhat a kindergarten teacher hAde" will make! She's a basketeeress and a swimmeress and her favorite color is blue. However, that last goes by the law of opposites. for there's nothing blue about Adrienne. Ade doesnt say much in class, but when she does, it's worth hearing. Chorus, 3. 4. CHARLES EDXVARD SCH M ONSEES Charlie will be an efficiency expert and will devote himself to the prob- lem of devising a way by which 250 seniors can each have one of 50 Elsou's histories from the library when they need them 011 the same night. If he manages to do this, we will need no further proof of his success. Orchestra. 1: Cross Country, 2; Track Club, 3. JOHN F. SCHMONSEES M. l. T. Rather tall. A tall chemist. A good chemist always catches what he drops. That's why John practices at baseball. He is also sick with radio fever. Radio Club MARGARET B. SCCLLIN L1'IIi'E'UI'SI11' of T121111 "Mart" is one of 0111' genuine Southerners1111111 that languid 1111211111 which sometimes exaspe'ates teachers 11110 are 11aiti11g patiently far 2111 z111s11'1.e1 And she is headed 101' 2111 institution of learning 1119111611 about as 1111' South as possible Mexico excepted. 11' e arL 14011114 to miss he111'oice 11111L'h 11'e heald I11 Aready and the OBCIIS 01 Beaujolais, and 111 1115101'1 Class A1 3111 1316 the U. f T. 11111 have 1111 111de11t supporter of its football team 111 Margaret Scholarship Club 1;D1'11111atic Club. 3: Glee Club 2 3, 4; Bells 01 Bea11jolais;111 Arcady: Cinderella Pageant, 2; Volley Ball. 2; Basketball, 4. RACHEL SEEFF N. Y. U. Here is a girl who got 10070 111 the choms exa111.11'e also hear 11111 111 the lunchroom 111id11 ears she made a 99.610011 for 1011 Rae,a11d leep up the good 11ork when you stop t1pi11g theP.8z11'.z111d start 1111111g the boss letters Business 1V'1iti11g Club 1: Dramatic Club, 3; Glee Club, 4; P. 1k 11'. Typist, 4. DOROTHY SEEGER 11'. 3". 5011001 of Interior Decorating Dots ambition is to get there 011 horseback if necessary, for she is 1'1 510011 rider. She 15 one of the class artists and is going into the 111te110r decorating trade.11e wish we could read character 111 11a11d111'itil1g' 101' Dots is especialh interesting. Basketball 2 3; Majors Club 3;Hu11se 1; Dramatic Club,3;1"olle1' Ball 2; Glee Club 2. AMBROSE 11'. SHEAHAN U. of Alabama Amby 15 a basketball play er 01 110 11161111 accomplishments. He p1a1ed 011 the senior championship team and made some record. "Des" is going to be a C.?.A.a11d 11 he goes at it the way he tears after a basketball or golf ball he cant help but get there. House 1; Class Baseball 1 2; T1'11fhc Squad 2;Champ1011ship Class Basketball Team 4 KATHRYN F. SHEPHERD As HHis Stcnog," this popular, jolly girl cannot help making a mark for herself, just as she has by her tennis playing. For who can help doing what HKayu wants when she decides that you will? No one with a human heart. we know. Dramatic Club. 3; Tennis, 2, 4; Class Volley Ball, 4; Class Basketball, 2. 3; Arts and Crafts, 3, 4. GERALDINE E. SHOLL Simmons For a girl who has been here as short a time as Jerry, she has cer- tainly succeeded in making a name for herself. What is Chicago's lass is our gain and all we can say is that if she is a true sample of that part of the country, Horace Greeley's advice, uGo west. young man, go west," is well worth taking. Class Tennis, 3, 4; Volley Ball. 4; Baseball, 3; Track, 3; Baskstball, 3, 4; Scholarship Club, 3, 4. WYILLIAM J. SHERTENLIEB .870?me lnxfitufc Radio has few mysteries for Bill and nothing means more in his life. Because of it he loses sleep and almost neglests his studies. except those that teach things useful in radio work. Of course, he is going to be a radio engineer, and from what we know. he has chosen work he will enjoy and that won't be work for himi Traffic Squad, 3; Lieutenant, 4; Vice-Presideut, Radio Club; Operetta, ttBelIs 0f Beaujolais," nIn Arcady." NATHAN SHUMAX Syracmc Can you imagine Nat as a lawyer? We can't, but that is what he is going to be. Still, what hard-boiled jury or judge could resist his sweet and winning smile? House, 1; Cross-Couutry, 1, 3, 4; Track, 1. 3, 4; Scholarship, 1; Class Basketball, 1, 4; Track Club, 1, 3, 4; Library Club, 4. GORDON R. SILBER Princeton Gordon is a very hard worker, and he does much for our school, He says his ambition is to run and own the uStantlard-Starfl If this is true, we all know that, with all his brilliaucy and experience 011 the Purple and White, helll surely succeed. Good luck to you, Gordon, old boy! Editor-in-Chief of the Purple and White, 4; Associate Editor. 3; P. 8: XV. Staff. 1, 2; Junior Prom Committee, 3; Scholarship Club. 1; 2, 3, 4; Assistant Basketball Manager, 3: Chairman G. 0. Con- stitution Revision, 3; House, 1; Senate, 2, 3; Library Club, 3; French Club, 3, 4; Junior Prince Prize Speaking Contest, 3; Class Councils; 3, 4; Students' Day, 3: Senior Gift Committee, 4; Glee Club, 2; French Prize, 3; NonvAthletie Awards: Silver, 2; Gold; 3; 4. CLARA J'. SIMENDINGER School of Hm'tit'ulfuw This Class is going to go down into history for the diversity of occu. nations that its members are to take up. HSimmy'l is going to be a horticulturist and a florist, both. She has always liked flowers and we guess the flowers feel the same way about her. Glee Club, 1, 4; Trafhe, 3, 4; Lost and Found Bureau, 4. ELEANOR REID SIMONSON Mt. Holyolee Don't be deceived by that quiet, friendly appearance of HEl's," for it really conceals a host of possibilities. Some call her efficient and promising, others say she is smart and studious, but the ones who mention her services to her Class come equally near it, for although all the others are right, she will be best remembered by us for the work she has done for her class and school. Scholarship Club, 1, 2. 3, 4; Sophomore Council, 2; Secretary of Sopho- more Class, 2; Sophomore Party Committee, 2; Glee Club, 2, 3; HBells of Beaujolais.H 3; Junior Council, 3; Purple and White, 3; Red Cross Club, 3; Senior Council, 4; Pin and Ring Committee, 4; Year Book Staff, 4. MARY STURGIS SIMONSON Ethical Culture 5611001 ltMare" is going to be a kindergarten teacher, so five or ten years from now well only wish we could learn our A B C's all over again We tlolft believe she has the slightest bit of temper in herWshe's all sunshine and good humor, so she won't have any trouble in getting along splendidly with the kiddies. Scholarship Club, 1, 2; Junior Class Tennis, 3; Senior Volley Ball, 4; Glee Club, 1, 2, 3; llBells of Beaujolais," 3; Senior Play, 4; House, 1; Senior Class Motto Committee, 4; Junior Class Speaking Contest, 3; Traffic Squad Lieutenant, 4. 65 W'ARREN HARVEY SMALL Harvey is a happy-go-lucky youth who has a bright remark for every occasion. In fact, we donk see how, with his mouth temporarily out of commission, he could ever stay in the dentistis chair for five minutes, but perhaps he is one of those lucky people who dont grace deutists' chairs very often. As Harvey always did fly high, his decision to be an aviator isn't the least bit surprising. Scholarship Club, 2, 3; Glee Club; Crew, 2, 3: Traffic Squad; House, 1; Senate, 2, 3; Spanish Club, 2, 31 4. THELMA E SMITH N. Y. U. hiSailing, sailing, over the ocean blue" in my own yacht is the brave and salty ambition of this young lady. She is a basketeress, a hockey-itc, and a volley balI-ean, to say nothing of being a baseball- oonist. And she's going to be a private secretary. Baseball, 3; Basketball, 2. 3, 4; Volley Ball, 3, 4. ANTONIO SORIERIO V Columbia Four years in the Scholarship Club have not given the qun'9 the impression that he has nothing more to learn. He intends to enter the business world, study at night and eventually become a Certi- fied public accountant. Anyone with his capacity for hard work is sure to make good so we know UTun" will. Scholarship, 1, 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club. 2t 4. CATHERINE G. SPECHT N. Y. School of Fine and AMJlied Am Henry, here is another sale. Kay wants to own a Hiver, too, or if not, to be allowed to ride in that of her friend. Adelaide Kirch. And to whom it may concern. here is another interior decorator, and we wouldn't be surprised if she confined herself to decorating iihis" interior. Arts and Crafts, 3. 4: Glee Club, 2, 3. 4: House, 1; Traffic Squad, 4; Bells 0f Beaujolais. CATHERINE ELLEM STANLEY Catherine Gibbs 5011001 Kay is going to be a court stcuographer, and as a result of recording so much history, she hopes that she will be able to learn to like American history just a little bit. W's wish her luck. She is also a crack cake maker, probably due to her course in chemistry. XVe just guess that her lard molecules stand up and behave when she's wielding the rolling pin, 01' what do you make a cake with? Glee Club, 4. JANET STEEN Here we have a real swimmer somewhat quiet in class but not so in the water. Janet is an active council member. She's planning to be a private secretary. Good luck to you, Janet. Sopli. Baseball, 2; G. 0. Council; A. A. Council; Sr. Council; Majors Club, 4; Dramatic Club, 3. HELEN STERN Helen is quite an authority on Europe, for she travels there pretty regularly, to the dismay of those of us tand there are manyl who would like to get to know her better here at school. Incidentally, she has done fine work in her Classes and helped several times in Class events. She has a charming personality that has made her presence felt and her absence regretted. LOUISE STEVENS Kallzvrilw Gibbs Cmmncrrial School UIsn't she cute? Isn't she sweet? Most emphatically, yes. llPat'l wants to. he a dancer. She has a good start already and we all surely Wish tor her greatest possible success. 67 EDXVARD STORCK Cornell Ed is another Senior whose sole ambition is to graduate. If he sue- ceeds in that he wants to be a lawyer. He evidently believes in doing one thing at a time and succeeding in that. It seems like a pretty good system. and with it Ed is sure to make good. President, House, 1; Scholarship Club, 2; Senate, 3: Sophomore Council, 3; Spanish Club, 3; Assistant Business Manager, P. 8; XV, 2, 3; Traffic Squad, 2, 3, 4; Assistant Basketball lVlauager, 3; lutcrclass Basketball, 3. EDXVARD JACOB STORCK N. Y. U. Law is going to claim HE. J? as another of its exponents. His goal, he says, will be the Supreme Court. If ".E Jfl and some other Seniors realize their ambitions, we will have an all N. R. H. S. Supreme Court in a few years. Traffic Squad, 4. HARRY SUNDERMEYER Colmnbia Harry is quite an oarsman and rows No. 7 011 the varsity crew. Besides, he is ambitious. He wants to he the first Electrical Engie hecr to be president of the U. S. Orchestra, 1, 21 3, 4; Glee Club; Operettag-l, 5: Crew, 4, 5; G. O. A. A. lYILLIAM SUNDERMEYER Fordlzum hChicken" has not quite decided on his future occupation. He believes he will be either an engineer or an iceman, according to his success in college. His hobby and favorite sport is rowing bow in the varsity eight-oared shell, and he is an oarsman of 110 mean ability. House, 1; Senate. 2; Orchestra, 1, 2, 3; Crew. Assistant Manager, 3; Manager, 4; Varsity, 4; lnterelass Basketball, 4. JAMES RICHARD TAYLOR Columbia Here is a Violinist, and a very good one, too Dick is going to be u smiling surgeon, so if you are very bad off, he'll be able to remove the disturbing element and fix you up in fine shape. Nevertheless. we hope he'll keep 011 with his music, to '"drive dull care away." Orchestra, 1. 2, 3, 4; Spanish Club, 3, 4; Current Events Committee, 4. RICHARD E. THURSFIELD Dartmouth Tweilty-flve activities! Of course, there were more, but that's all he could recall at the time. HDick" is a busy man. Just glance at his accomplishments and then you can judge for yourself what a bright, hard-workiug wonder he is. We aren't worrying iu the least about his success as a doctor. Why should we? Scholarship Club, 1. 2. 3; President, 4; Triangular Debating Team. 3, 4; Business Mgr. Year Book, 4; Chairman Sr. Pin and Ring Com- mittee, 4; Sports Editor Purple and White, 4; Jr. Prom Com- mittee, 3; G. 0. Council, 1, 3; Class Council, 3, 4: Sr. Play, 4; G. 0. Constitution Revision Committee, 3; Traffic Council, 3; House, 1; Senate, 2, 3, 4; Assistant Football Mgr., 3; Track, 3; French Club, 3, 4; Traffic Squad, 4; Studentsy Day, 3; Bankers' Association, 3, 4; Glee Club, 2; Dramatic Club, 4; Chairman A. A. Council, 3; Chairman G. O. By-Law Committee, 3, 4; G. 0. C011- stitutiou Committee, 4; Mt. Vernon Debating Team. 4; Gold Medal for School Nou-A. A, Activities, 3, 4. ll'lLLIAM K. TUCK Harvard Meet Mr, James VVoodbiue of Operetta famei Bill made quite a hit in HIu Arcady," and we send him along to good old Ha-h-va-h-d with our recommendations. Mr, Tuck's choice of literature seems rather peculiar. Omar uKyham" and HThe Graphic" seem to interest him, according to what he tells us, but we suspect he is stringing us along: At any rate, we leave it to Harvard to take all such nonsense out of him. In Arcady; Senior Dance Committee; French Club, 4; Dramatic Club, 3, 4; Football Squad, 3; Class Basketball, 4; Chess Club. 3; Library, 4. B ERNIC E EDITH TYLER Baugi Bang! Crash! They want a music teacher? Here's a real good one right here. HBunny" is quite talented in musical lines and is to he a supervisor of music. Orchestra, 1, Z, 3, 4; Glee Club, 1, 3, 4. 69 MORRIS UDOFF Duke L'Yzzilz'm'xify HUdie's" one and 01113 ambition is to travel and he is 1101 particular where he travels. provided he doesn't stop too long. S111ce he has 1101 decided on a future occupation, 116 would advise 111111 to try to join Thos. Cooke 3 Sons. where he might get a chance 10 travel. Spanish Club, 2, 4. W'ILLIAM H. VALERY Darhnoulh We all 1111011 l'Bill." He's 2111 2111 21111111111 good sport. With his noble Character, hard work 211111 efhcicucy, uBill" 11111 surely be able to realize his ambition of being a good architect and will carry his plans right through 3113' opposition. Viceipresident of Class. 1; Xalsity Cross C01111tr11;Va1'sity Track 1,2, 3; Captain 4; Class Football 1 2; Class Basketball 1, 2; Class Baseball 1;Fi'eshma11PartvCommittee, 1; Scholarship Club 1 2; Vice- President 3; 501111. Class Party Committee 2; Track Club 2 4: Vice President 3;Ba11kers 2.3 4; President of ' '1 1. s 3:111111r11'Prom Coimriittee 3; Yarsily Football 3 4; Sc11io1' Dance C0mmittee 4; Gold Award. DOROTHY VANDROFF Dot likes to read and 11a11ts to 1121101141111 1111611 5110 gets going she 111'011211313 11ill travel no matter what the direction may be. VKL havent 11621111 as much about Dot as we 110u1d have liked to but perhaps it's our 011'11 fault. 11c ccrtai1113 do 111511 1161 all the luck going 111 Whatever line of 110111 she takes up. MARGARET VAN TASSELL Vassar "V 111" is 0116 11110 likes to t' zwel and plans 10 130 10 E111'.0pe WC surely all miss this 111311 liked gi11 11111311 she goes but then ahsenclc makes the heart grow fonde: Van is 21150 21 lover of sports outdoor and indoor such as horseback riding tennis, basketball, 1701101132111 and card playing. House, 1: Dramatic Club, 3, 4: Basketball, 2, 3; Volley Ball, 4; Track, 3. 70 EDYTHE L. VVALLACH Michigan In spite of her rather shy manner, Edythels daintiness and good nature attract you at once. Needless to say, to once become acquainted with her is to be her friend forever. Class Basketball, 2; Dramatic Club, 3; French Club. 4. HON ORA A. WARD Dolly says she "tries to draw? but we know differently, for her illus- trations in the Year Book will convince anyone that she is an artist. She is going to be a commercial designer, and judging by her ability, we believe she will succeed in her profession. House, 1; Spanish Club, 2; Arts and Crafts, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club, 1. 3, 4; Scholarship Club, 3, 4; Traffic Squad, 4; Library Club, 4. IDA EMILY VVEBENDORFER Naturally. Ida's future life will be that of a singer, for with a voice like hers, we couldn't expect anything else. It isnyt only because of her singing, howeven that everyone likes her so well but her friendliness, good looks, wit and general attractiveness have com- bined to make her one of the most popular girls ever graduating from the New Rochelle High School. ltPepitaF 1; "Bells of Beaujolais;y 3; uIn Arcady,H 4; President Arts and Crafts Club, 1; G. 0. Council, 4; Senior Council, 4; Majors. Club, 2, 3; Library Club, 4; Glee Club, 2y 3, 4. RALPH WEINSTEIN Syracuse Another one of the genius radiolus tans, always pleasant and agree- able. He wants to go out West, probably to see a real cowboy. We were going to say that he is to be a lawyer but decided not to. House, 1; Class Basketball, 1, 4; Cross-Conntry, 1, 2; Track, 3. 71 ALI C E XVHITM AN Ned Waybm'n '5 Let us introduce the best-looking girl in the Senior Class. After one look at her no one would question the decision. which is only one of the many reasons for her popularity. Her desire to be a dancer doesn't surprise us in the least, for it is the natural future of one who dances so daintily at present. Basketball. 2. 3: Baseball, 2; Volley Ball, 4; Gt 0. Council, 4; Scholar- ship Club, 3. AGNES F. XVIGHTKYICK College of New Rochelle H'Nibs" is a civic star, and she carries her ideas of good government into effect in her capacity of traffic officer. Agnes is going to join the ranks of those who devote their lives to the upbringing and instruction of the younger generation. Hooray for her! Trafhc Squad, 3, 4; Officer TraHic Squad, 4. HELEN FRANCES WILLIAMS Packard HBobbie" is the kind of friend to have-sympathetic, interested, and always ready to lend a helping hand. And what a private secre- tary she will make! And. of course. there will be another lucky this" in this case, sooner or later. W'e don't see how she can help it. In Arcady; Bells of Beaujolais: Glee Club, 1, 2, 3, 4. RAYMOND VINCENT XVOLKENTEN U. of Wismusin W'olky is one of the hardest workers of the class and has distinguished himself in both athletic and lloli-athletic activities. He has earned letters in varsity footballt tennis and baseball. and for two years has managed the business end of the P. 8; W'. With his abilitv he will be an asset to any college. - Assistant Business Manager. P. lt Vl'i, 1,. 2, 3; Business Manager, 3. 4; Football. 1: Varsity, 2, 3; Varsity Baseball, 2; Tennis, 26; Cap- tain. '27; Dramatic Club, 3; Library Club, 3. 72 ADRIANCF. W'OOD Hard knocks in his future life will mean nothing to Adriance, for he can be seen daily cruising the perilous system of bumps which con- stitute the highways of the Queen City of the Sound in one of those priceless collegiate flivvers. XVe expect him to continue 011 through life by similar leaps and bounds. GORDON WRIGHT Calzmzbia Gordon's future occupation is going to be HbuSillESS administration." we are not quite sure what that is but we feel that anyone with Gordon's alertness and efficiency is sure to succeed in it. Scholarship Club, 1, Z; 4; Spanish Club, 2, 4; Secretary. Spanish Club, 4: Lost and Found, 4; Assistant Manager, Track, 3. FLORENCE ELLEN ZACHARIAS Mt. Halyoke Here is another of the class athletes. HZac" played guard on the senior championship team in basketball and was also varsity mate- rial. She can sing, too, and we remember her work in our operettas. Ellen seemingly has 110 ambition, for she didn't let the committee know about it, but we would suggest shelling peas. The peas would go so well with her favorite color, blue. House, 1; Senate, 2: Glee Club. 1, 2. 3. 4; Senior Basketball, 4; Library Club, 3, 4; Bells 0f Beaujolais: 111 Arcady, Lost and Found, 3, 4; Dramatic Club, 3; Red Cross Club, 3. s JEANETTE ROSE ZAL'NER Jean's normal intention to be a stenographer doesn't conform at all with the Boshevistic tendencies usually ascribed to those who Choose red as their favorite color. In fact, we can't imagine this bridge-loving mermaid leading anything but a perfectly natural life until some red-headed youth, perhaps, deprives her employers of a most valuable assistant. SENIOR CLASS HISTORY ACK in the fall of 1923, tive-hundretl-odtl freshmen came together for the B lirst time in the old high school, and were organized into the class of 27. At that time, no one would have ever guessed what a distinguished record this class was destined to make. However, it is doubtful if there has been another class that has equaled it in range of activities and degree of success. A strong statement but nevertheless true as this record will prove. As Freshmen, it sprang into existence under a lucky star. That fall, our football team beat Mt. Vernon for the first time in several years. Not content with leaving everything to its lucky star, the class organized a football and a basketball team which did well in interelass competition. XYhen, after inidyears, it had shown that it was determined to stay with the school. Hill Lane was elected president. and the Class sent its usual large quota to the Scholarship Club. The freshman issue of the Purple and VVlzitc that year was also nothing to be ashamed of. In its Sophomore year the class still had confidence in Bill Lane, and was beginning to wake up to itself. The second teams of all sports were crowded with Sophs who were later to show what they could do on the hrst team. The Sophomore party that year Was a big success. The girls came across with an interclass championship in basketball which they maintained for three years. There were Sophs on the P. tk XV. and on the debating team. The class was beginning to make itself felt. Valery took the helm as Junior president. Ten out of seventeen letter men on the football team were Juniors, getting valuable experience for the next year's work. Five out of nine letter men in cross-country, two out of seven in basket- ball to say nothing,r of almost the entire second team, and large representations on hockey, tiack, crew, and baseball teams. The boys won the interclass chani- pionship in basketball, and the girls repeated their performance of the year before. It was the Juniors who at this time started the agitation that has since led to a vastly improved school publication. The junior party was successful and the Junior Prom worthy to betthe last ever given in the old high school. This year saw the juniors leaders in everything, and their activities in the C. 0. Council, their innovations in assembly announcements, and in fact their innova- tions in every line made this year one of the most noteworthy in the school's history. Bill Morton was given the task of guiding the class through to a glorious finish. XVith a Veteran team. the team again gave a Victory over Mount Vernon to the school, in football. and with other veteran teams proceeded to trounce our ancient rivals in almost every type of contest and in a manner never before equaled. In basketball. both boys and girls maintained their Championships. and the girls annexed two or three more in volley ball and tennis. The qu'frlc and Ierzifc evolved into the best newspaper the school has ever had; debating and other non-athletic activities rose to unprecedented popularity. The class made a radical and decided change for the better when it abolished ltBaby Dayii and put in its place "Senior DayU which embodied all the best features of Baby Day and incorporated several new ones. The Senior Play of this year was another success. Individually and as a class Twenty-seven set new records in scholar- ship. It was a Senior year. Senior ideas were everywhere. and Seniors and Senior inHuenee were everywhere else. The result was the best year ever, athletically, socially. and ttintellectuallyfl In the new high school the Class of Twenty-seven was the first to be grad- uated, and as the first, it has left a record that will be hard to equal. It has added much to the tradition of New Rochelle High School, and as it leaves, the class hopes that this record will serve as an incentive to the succeeding classes, guiding them to even greater accomplishments in the service of their Alma Mater. 75 SENIOR CELEBRIHE'SI MOST POPULAR BEST LOOKING BEST DRESSED BEST ATHLETE BEST ALL-ROL'ND DONE MOST FOR CLASS MOST PROMISING MOST EFFICIENT XVITTIEST SMARTEST 'CL'TEST BEST DANCER CLASS BABY CLASS CLOWN MOST MFSICAL MOST SENTIMENTAL CLASS BLUFFER MOST STFDIOUS :UOST DRAMATIC MUST C.'XRICFRICE XVilliam Morton Dorothy Delmar VVilIiam Morton Alice VYhitman Jack Kalm Hazel Black XVilliam Morton XVilma Ballin XYiIliam Morton Rosamond Docriug XYilIiam Lane Dorothy Delmar David Crampton Helene Nieschlag Richard Thursfleld Eleanor Simonson David Cramptou Ida W'ebendorfer David Crampton Helene Nieschlag Alexander Brown Maria Chapman Raymond XVolkenten Marjorie Ferguson Alexander Brown Janet Hobane XValtcr Bugden Charlotte Haas Pardo Fantetti Loie Nickersun Richard Thursfleld Sara Louise McKee Gabriel Bundschuh Helen Bender Gordon Silbcr Eleanor Simonson Gabriel BIIHdSChuh Alma Mae Clarke Sam Giangreco Kathryn Shepard 76 W'illiam Lane Rosamond Doering Richard ThursEeId Elsie Kotzian Raymond VVolkenton Marjorie Ferguson XVilliam Lane Ruth Davis VVilIiam Lane Helene Nieschlag Richard Thursfield Rosamond Doering Richard Thursfleld Maria Chapman Gordon Silber Helene Nieschlag jack Kahn Alma Mae Clarke Richard ThursFleld Eleanor Simonson Richard Thursfield Janet Hobane Ralph Inycock Alice W'hitman John Mayer Muriel Laggau Gabriel Bundschuh Ella Bisset XVilIiam Price Ida X'Chendorfer Leon Kahan Marjorie Churchill Harold Colviu Ida XYebendorfer Richard ThursEcld Helene Nieschlag Theodore Archer Mary Simonson Reed Mcjuukin Helen Bender LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF THE CLASS OF TWENTY-SEVEN E, THE CLASS OF ,27. feeling ourselves upon the verge of being expelled frOm existence by the cruel Board of Regents for the insig- Illl'lCElllt crime of having amassed a mere 72 counts and also feeling that we may in some respects overcome the sense of irreparable loss caused by our departure by the hest-owal of some few gifts to those who survive us. the Class of '27 herehy donates the following to the undermentioned, the aforesaid class 1uestowing complete sovereignty over each and every article so donated. declaring null and void alltprevious wills and wonlts, and will someone please wreak ven- geance upon any who dare contest this instrument, especially if he be lawyer, senator, assemblyman or other criminal. First: To that whereabouts whither we wearin wended weekly, waiting wished vacation. to wit, N. R. H. 8., we give, tll Our ancient rival, Mount Vernon, somewhat the worse for wear, to be disposed of politely but firmly. tZl The following slogan, reprinted through the courtesy of Oliver Ht Perry and Co. of Lake Erie: WVe have met Mount Vernon and they are oursli and hope it will be used often. ' t3l One large, loud, red necktie for G. O. Presidents to use in drowning Gut opposition and sending out fire alarms. Second: To the faculty: tlJ One large size truckload of thanks and appreciation to he delivered thirty years from now to make up for what we used to think of them when we were young. tZl A copy of the best book published every fifth year for the next 150 on the subject, WVhat Is Our Younger Generation Coming To, and, If So. Why." Ullustratedj Third: T0 the classes to follow, and to whom we feel the need of giving a little advice: T0 the Class Of ,28 we present the honor of being our successors and the hope that they will leave the imprint of their footsteps in the sands of Timee Some of which ought to be big enough and in the mud 0f the causeway, it it ever becomes passahl . To the Class of 329. The honor of being the first class to he graduated from the annex and also the honor of being the tirst to lay the Cornerstone of the athletic field whereupon work will be suspended for the next ten years due to the Strike of earthwormls dirt mixing unions. T0 the Class of '30. The Yacht Club with all facilities including fleet, Commodore Mayer. water, etc., and warning lest they catch cold paddling around as they sail their little craft 0n the broad and stormy waters of Lake TVIahlstedt. Also the aeroplane club, to be drowned or otherwise disposed of so as not to attract the attention of the younger generation. V T0 the Class of 40. Tickets to the lirst annual laying of the stadium corner- stone and free trolley rides to City Park for Saturday games during the ensuing decade. Fourth: To whom it may concern. to wit: tll The U. S. Senateewe present Gabe Bundschuh and a gag rule-theylll need it if they dont want Gabe exposing all their graft. t2l T0 Standard Starwnotice of class reunion, 1960. to attend lcll'St game in new stadium, SO that they may have time to get it straight. Also some decent names to call our basketball team other than basketeers 0r hoopsters. t3l TO Mount Vernoneseyeral cartloads 0f goose eggs to decorate Mount Vernonts column of scoreboards for our various annual contests. They shall not pass! But right or wrong, our Alma Mater! THE CLASS OF 1927, Per DAVID CRAMPTON. 77 THE JUNIOR CLASS President ............................................................... ROBERT LIPPOTH Vice-Prcsidmzf..., .......................... RICHARD BECK Sucrcfary .................................................................... CLARA EBBRI.E Trmxm'vrs ............................ ETHEL POPKESS. CHARLES DUNCAN Clam Adz'ismxs ............................. MISS LE COUNT, MR. NICHOLS The Regents toll the knell 0f parting year. For classes come and classes too must go, The glory of all classes we will cheer, But twenty-eight excells them all, yum know. The best of presidents in Lippoth you will see. And faithful Richard Beck not far behind, E. Poplcess. Duncan and C. Eherle; Oh, where can we their equals ever liml? Not many :1 flower of purest ray serene lV'ith our Peg Dobbin can at all compare. Of the Junior Prom committee shes the ndean'l; 1t promises to he a great affair! t Annanw ?Partzasogg 9 THE SOPHOMORE CLASS Prmidmzf .................................................................. ROALD MORTON Vice-Prcsidmt ...................................................... DONALD KNIGHT Secretary .............................................................. XVILLIAM RENNIE IGHT from the start of our humble beginnings as Freshmen two years ago, the Class 0f 29 has been cobperating with a real zeal which bet-okens ascertained successi In our First year. under the guidance of Benjanmn Flatt, president. Roald Morton, Vice-president, and Mildred Kahn. secretary, the House and a Camera Club were organized, members were admitted to the Scholarship Club. and successful class hockey, baseball and track teams were formed. The season was Closed with a party which nearly all attended. This fall we continued the good work by electing Roald Morton president, Donald Knight viee-president, and XVilliani Rennie secretary. Nearly all the organizations in school boasted of having Sophomores as members. We were well represented in the Scholarship Club, and Purple and White staff. The year was again ended with a party, even more successful than that of last year. The class of 29 has responded well to athletics. and our representatives were on the squads Of all sports. Although none of us were fortunate enough to enjoy the Florida trip, several second team letters were won in football. Basketball was even better represented, and besides winning several letters, both boys and girls came forward with successful class teams. In hockey not only were two varsity letters won by Sophomores, but Roald Morton was elected to captain, next year's sextet. Thus it may be seen that we have not been backward in making a name for ourselves and in setting a standard for other classes to follow. And, since during the past two years we have been growing more and more important from now on the other classes are going to take the dust of the class 0f 29! 81 Te urn Senate UuL Scholarshr La xxl xxxtgsxxxxx Las+ 'Rnaio ,+ ?Ouni CHE I Junior effm Ckess Rea UUL Cvoss Cvunci! As Execuh've I Dru hmh: Va r PI Clvculo 4, CDUnCll CnsfeHAAO CJUL WM?- Wyn. . ,.. .Aqn . bmwuy 'anQav'eT'Pa me,- Organizations EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OF THE GENERAL ORGANIZATION OFFICERS President, JACK KAHN Treasurer, MR. Y1NFRED H. DOL'D Vz'cc-Prcsidmzf, XYILLIAM LANE Secretary, ROSAMOND DOERING Princijml ............................................................ MR. GEORGE S. ECKLES Dean ...................................................... MISS LOUISE E. FLAGG 80ka Physical Direcfor ................................ MR. DANIEL P. OBRIEN Girls" Physical Dirccfor ................................ MRS. GLENN B. CHRISTY Faculty Adzr'z'sar ........................................................ MISS ALICE ADAMS Faculty Adviser ........... .. .MR. WALLACE B. BOWMAN Senior Athletic Represmztam'e ........................................ JANET STERN Senior Aflzlctic Reprcsmmzfive .................................... ARTHUR ALVORD Senior Aflzlotic Represcnfaiizm .................................... XVILLIAM LANE Senior Nou-Atlzlctic Reprcsmztafiw .......... ..IDA XVEBENDORFER Senior Non-Athlcfic Representative ......................... ALICE XYHITMAN Senior Non-Atlzletic Representative .......................... RALPH LAYCOCK szior Athletic Representative ................................ GERTRUDE VOLAND Junior Athletic RBPI'CSCIIZLCIHZW .................................... RICHARD TELLER Junior Nmz-Atlzlctic Reprcxcntafizre.. .DOROTHY ATWATER Junior Non-Aflzlct'ic chzr'menmfiz'c .............................. CHARLES BUEK Sophomore Athletic Reprexematizrc ........................ VERA SOUTHWELL 501912011102? Aihlciic Representative ........................ XVILLIAM GREGORY Sophomore Non-Athlefic Repmsemafi e .................... HARRIET STONE Sophomore Non-Athlm'c Representative ................ RICHARD ROCKER "Purple and leifa; Rpprmcntatii'c ................ RAYMOND XYOLKENTEN 84 GENERAL ORGANIZATION 0.. standing for Genenl Organization, is an expression so often used and heard by teachers and students of N. R. H. S. that it is perfectly evident that this is an institution playing a very important part in the life of the school. Through the G. 0. Students are enabled, with the advise and coopeeation of certain members of the faculty, to supervise and control all their extra cur- ricular activities, as well :15 to take over, with the consent of the faculty, certain other duties in connection with the orderly conduct of the school, for example. the supervision of the corridors during recitation periods. The centralization of all funds raised for student activities in one treasury is one of the fine accom- plishments 0f the organization. New undertakings 0n the part of the General Organization this year include partial supervision of the Lunch Room by the Traffic Squad. the adoption of a budget plan for the management of its Financial affairs, and a deFmite effort to control the attitude of the students tovard matters affecting the welfare and good name of the school by creating a student tipublic opinion" that will tend to become a school tradition. The ttExecutive Committeei! through which the General Organization does most of its wOrk is known as the G. 0. Council. This is made up of athletic and iioli-athletic representatives of each class, a representative of the school paper. the othcers 0f the General Organization, and from the faculty those most directly concerned with student activities. It holds regular meetings at intervals Of two weeks on Monday afternoons. Every second meeting is open to mem- bers of the G. O. 85 A. A. COUNCIL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION COUNCIL OF GENERAL ORGANIZATION HE Athletic Association Council is composed of the principal of the school, the dean, the president of the G. 0., the boys' and girlsi physical directors, three Senior, two Junior, and two Sophomore athletic representativee This is the most important committee under the General Organization. The council holds regular meetings on the second Monday of each month. Its most unpyortant business is that of making appropriations for athletic teams, and that Of awarding letters to the members of such teams. Any business which is trans- acted in the A. A. Council is not completed until it has been passed upon by the G. 0. Council to which it reports. 86 TRAFFIC COUNCIL Chairman .......................................................... HENRY L. RUTZLER Faculiy Adviser ........................................ Mlss W. G. CARPENTER HE Traffic Council was established primarily to lessen the number of violations of the Traffic Squad Rules. Through a court to try cases of offenders, it endeavors not to punish, but to help the student to see that there is a definite reason for each rule, and to gain cof'tperation from the students in encouraging student government in New Rochelle High School. The Council consists of the Captain of the Traffic Squad, representatives of the girlst and hoysy student body. a member of the G. 0. Council, and a faculty member, :111 appointed by the G. 0. Council. 87 THE SCHOLARSHIP CLUB President ........................................................ RICHARD THURSFIELD Vice-Prcsideuf ................................................... ELTZABETH FAVOUR Secretary ................................................................ FREDERICK GAGE MR. G. E. ECKELS Miss L. E. FLAGG Faculty Advisers ----------------------------------------- MR, H. G. WELLMAN Miss A. FOSTER t DR. C. SPEAR by the results it has accomplished. At the regular meetings, there has been entertainment provided. As the best of the year, it put over the production of Tony Sarg's Marionettes. Both HThe Three VVishesll and "Ali Baba and The Forty Thieves" were given with great success. The proceeds of this performance have been given to the Scholarship Fund of the New Rochelle High School. The club comprises about seventy-flve members, the Seniors topping the list, so it is one of the largest organizations in the school, and by all appearances it will continue to be next year. THOUGH the Scholarship Club had a late start this year. it has made up LIBRARY CLUB Faculty Adviser .......................................................... MISS LAWSON HE Library Club, a service organization, began work early in the fall. The duty of its members is to help with the work of the Library during regular sessions, by Checking and shelvingyboolis. or by doing any work that will lighten the task of the Librarian. In November the motion picture ltThe Vanishing Americanu was success- fully presented. The annual party of the Library Club was held in January and was enjoyed by all present. . The club has presented flower boxes to the Library. which give fresh attractiveness to our Cheerful new room. The meetings have been held regularly the first XYednesday of each month, during the registration period or after school. It has been intended to keep these meetings largely social but the changes in the school program have affected the work of the club in this and other ways, This has been a prosperous year for the Library Club. We owe most of our success to the untiting eHorts of our able adviser, Miss Lawson, with whom we all End it a pleasure to work. 89 LE CERCLE FRANSIAIS President .......................................................................... IRIS BUENO V'icc-Prcsidmf ............................................................ HELEN LOPEZ Secretary .............................................................. HARRY CHASSEROT NDER the able direction of Miss Rigouard with the tine codperation 0f the students, the French Club has had a very successful year. The meet- ings are held about once a month, at which all conversation is conducted in French. French plays and recitations have made the meetings very enter- taining. This year we have introduced songs and games into our assemblies. These have enabled us to obtain a deeper insight into French life. In December the club went to see Cecile Sorel in TTLa Dame aux Cameliasf" Among the outstanding events of the year are a contribution of $350.00 to the Scholarship Fund, and the presentation of a group of French songs and dances to the school on April 11. The French Club is a member of the Federation of the French Alliance and plans to send delegates to the convention at the Hotel Plaza on April 23. so that we may keep in'touch with the newest methods of conducting a French Club. 90 EL CIRCULO CASTELLANO President ...................................................... XVINIFRED GATEHOUSE Virc-Prmidmt .................................................... GERTRUDE VOLAND Secretary-Trcasmcr ............................................. GORDON WRIGHT Adviser .......................................................... MR. E. F. FLAHERTY HE aim of E1 Circulo Castellano is to stimulate the use of Spanish and to arouse greater interest in the customs, history. literature, art, and spirit of modern Spain and the Spanish-American Countries. All students in the second or third year Spanish classes having a passing average, those first year students with a ninety per cent average, and, finally, all students who have passed either the second or third year regents are eligible for membership in E1 Circulo Castellzmo: The Spanish Club has had a very successful year. The club is not as large- as some of the organizations but every member cobperates to make the monthly programs interesting and helpful. In the year to follow the Spanish Club is sure to become a most successful organization, if the members take the interest in it which they have shown this year. 91 THE SENATE President ............................................................ . ......... HENRY LEWIS Vicc-Prcsidmzt ........................................................ MILDRED KAHN Recording Secretary ............................................ CHARLOTTE HAAS Correxpmzd'ing Secretary....,,.......,,..... ..................... HELEN FRASER Faculty Adviser ........................................................ MR. BRENTON HE meetings of the Senate this year were characteristic of the avowed I purpose of the organization. Unlike, perhaps. its natural prototype. it engaged in little legislation. The Program Committee, however, headed by Miss Helene Nieschlag, provided for considerable debating. A series of inter- elass debates was held. In these debates, the members of the class not competing acted as judges of the protagonists of the other two classes. The subjects for debate were selected; with a View toward avoiding bibliography, thus giving an opportunity for original thinking. Such questions as Regents, Modern Adver- tising arid the Policy of the Purple and White were discussed. These debates resulted amicably for all in a triple tie among the Classes. Pins were ordered by many members of the Class. The eighty per cent eligi- hility rule was strictly enforced without apparently affecting the number of names on the roll book. After the last session of the Senate, a reunion was held in the form of a party in the girlsT gym. The Senate looks forward to great things. With the school's newly formulated debate policy, providing four major debates each year, and putting debate on a par with athletics and dramatics, the Senate will undoubt- edly continue to be looked upon as one of the most honored societies of the school. 92 TRIANGULAR DEBATING TEAM HE evening of January 10, an event occurred which did more for debating in New Rochelle High School than any other occurrence has done in years. On that night the Mount Vernon High School team was defeated in one of the most brilliant debates ever given in the auditorium 0f the Junior High School. Recognition of the work of the team and of the Adviser 0f Debating was not long in manifesting itself. The Sfandard-Star in an editorial congratulated them. The Superintendent of Schools in a letter to the Adviser in Debating stated that he hoped that even greater emphasis might be placed in the Hvalue of training in argumentation as a useful element of high school education? Then by some Vigorous action this ideal was rendered a reality. XVith the support of the Board Of Education and the liberal aid of one of New Rochelle's spirited citizens the following debates and awards have been provided: 1. Annual Senior Class Debate, with awards of fifteen dollars and ten dollars in gold. 2. An Annual Junior Class Debate, with awards of nfteen dollars and ten dollars in gold. An Annual Mount Vernon High School-New Rochelle High School Debate. The first school to win this debate three times will permanently obtain a sterling silver cup known as the Adolph Grant Award. 4. Added to these are the traditional Annual XVestchester County Triangular League Debates. .09 93 THE CHESS CLUB President ...................................................................... DAVIs BAKER Secretary .................................................................. EGON LACIINER Faculty Adviser ............................................ MR. GEORGE GREELEY HE Chess Club received its charter from the General Organization in 1923 and is one of the oldest and most iiourishing clubs in the school. Each yeat a chess team is chosen from among the members of the Club, which plays matches with teams of other schools. At the time of this writing New Rochelle is tied with XYhite Plains for first place in the league. Yonkers, White Plains, Mount Vernon, together with ourselves, form the league. This year's chess team was composed of Baker, Lewis, Colvin, LeNoir, VViIson, and Munoz. 94 THE ARTS AND CRAFTS CLUB Presidmf .................................................................... JL'ANITA NAFE Vice-Presidmzt .................................................. GENEVIEVE BARTLICY Secretary-Troasurer ................................................ HELEN HANSEN Facztlfy Advixcr .................................... MISS SELMA ENGLEBREKT HE Arts and Crafts Club. formed in 1923, is one Of the most active 0f the school organizations. The purpose of the club is to foster an interest in all kinds of art crafts and to give its members a chance to work out various kinds of applied art-stencilling. batik. tie dye. le'sther tooling and gess-O. Any present member or former member of the drawing department may join the club; but because of the type of work carried on. the membership has to be limited to twenty-hve. The quota is soon hlled and each year there is 3 Waiting list. In April the Club held 21 TTBridge Sale? The specialties featured were: tally cards, hand-painted handkerchiefs, tooled leather, and various suggestions for bridge prizes. The articles were artistic and attractive and the sale was a great success. 95 THE BANKERSt ASSOCIATION Prmidwzf ................................................................. DAVID CRAM PTON Vicc-Pzr'esidcnf .......................................................... CHARLES BUEK Secretary .............................................................. CHRISTINE BARBER Adz'iser.,v.w,,,....- ............................................... GRACE E. CRENNAN Adviser .............................................................. ETHELWYN VVARDLE tt F you know how to spend less than you get, you have the philosopheris I stone? says Poor Richard. Nearly ninety per cent of our girls and half of the boys join in this quest for the philosopher's stone each Tuesday when they hit the golden trail to our school bank. Here the buried dimes and quarters soon sprout and grow into golden dollars with a monthly total yield of over $1,000. Along with this growing wealth is developing the idea of Thrift which is so essential to individual happiness and national prosperity. So the Bankersi Association is doing really constructive work in our school. This year interest in saying has been stimulated by prize contests sponsored by the club and financed by the Peoples' Bank for Saving and the National Thrift Society. The club is also planning a Visit to the stock exchange after the Easter recess. 96 THE JUNIOR RED CROSS PI'CSidUlllti ............................................................ FLORENCE HEARTY Vicc-Prcsz'dcnt .................................................. ELIZABETH FAVOUR Secretary .................................................................. HELEN MOONEY Faculty Adzr'iscr ........................................................ MISS L. FLAGG Faculty Adviser .................................................. Miss A. G. RUHL HE aim of the Junior Red Cross is to aid the school and community, working, on a smaller scale, in alliance with the Senior Red Cress Organ- ization. This year many things were done to promote the work of the club in helping others A Halloween party was given for the children at Grasslands, which was a great success. It also helped in the universal Red Cross drive by can- vassing in the schools. Many Christmas boxes were filled and sent to children in Europe. Christmas presents were sent to orphans. The Thrift Shop and Day Nursery were both helped by the contribution of gifts. All the girls help Miss Flagg in her office during the week. In March a tea was given at which a speaker told of the Child Welfare XVork in the country. Later, a bridge party was held to raise money for this cause. In April, a book was sent to the high school in La Rochelle, containing articles, photographs and drawings describing the daily life of our school as well as its appearance. In this way, the club tried to establish a friendly relation between old and new Rochelle. The club is Open to all for membership, and anyone interested in helping others is urged to join. 97 LOST AND FOUND BUREAU Chairman ...................................................... XVINIFRED GATEHOUSE Faculty Adviser .................................................. MISS C. V. JONES people who have received lost property through it can testify in our favor. This year the Bureau consists of three committees, namely: The Book Committee, which receives all lost books and returns them to the heads of the respective departments; The Locker Committee, which patrols the locker rooms to see that 110 lockers are left open, and hnally, The Staff of the Department, which cares for all lost articles and serves as a clearing house in its efforts to return them to their rightful owners. . The Lost and Found was originally put on its feet by Mrs. Christy. This year much praise is due Miss Jones through whose efforts the Bureau has become tone of the important organizations of the school. THE Lost and Found Bureau is here to stay. Perhaps some of the grateful 98 RADIO CLUB President ............................................................ FREDERICK P. GAGE Vice-Presideizt .................................... XVILLIAM T. SHERTENLIEB Secretary ............................................................ RALPH T. LAYCOCK Faculty Adviser .................................................. MR. A. B. HUssEY Faculty Adviser .......................................................... DR. C. SPEAR HE Radio Club was reorganized at the beginning of the school term after a few years of inactivity. Its purpose is to further the interest of the students in the finer points of radio reception and transmittion. To become a member of the Club one must pass a code test. During the meetings talks by individual members relative to radio commniu- cation are given. The talks started with the explanation of the most simple forms of receiving and transmitting apparatus, working up through the study of the more complicated apparatus of radio telephony. The members of the club have built a receiver and power supply involving the latest developments in reception. The club is indebted to Mr. George C. Cannon for his gift of his high powered radio transmitter. The tower room has been set aside for the equip- ment, and it is hoped that installation will be completed in the near future. 99 THE LOCAL HISTORY CLUB President ........................................................................ DAVID HACK V'icc-Prmia'mzi,,, ....... LUCINDA CLEVELAND Secretary .............................................................. W'ILLIAM GREGORY Famzz'ty Adz'z'scr .................................................. .MR. H. NICHOLS F HE Local History Club is one of the recent activities which the students have supported this year. Its primary purpose is to stimulate an interest in the early as well as the more modern annals of New Rochelle zmd VVesb Chester County. During the past few months several interesting speakers, well- read and active in the historical research of our city and county, have addressed the club, each dealing with a different phase of local history. One of the features of the club is to make pilgrimages t0 the various historical'sites. Among the active committees of the club is the Library Committee which is afhliated with the school library, and takes care of all the material and books pertaining to local history. Through the efforts of the Program Committee several very good programs have been presented by members of the Club. Interest has been made most keen by the inducements offered by Mr. William A. Moore, President of the Board of Education, in the form of prizes for essays written by Juniors and Seniors of the high school on qWestchester County in the Revolution--1776.,, 100 DRAMATIC CLUB President ............................................................ ALMA MAE CLARKE Vicc-President ...................................................... MARY SIMONSON Secretary .......................................................... ROSAMOND DOERING Treasurer ......................................................... ..FREDERICK GAGE Faculty Adviser ............................................ Miss EDNA BARBOUR HE Dramatic Association, with Miss Barbour. who came to the school in February. as faculty adviser, is functioning under a new constitution and with a limited membership. Aided by a membership committee and with the Senior Play cast, understudies, and Junior Contest speakers as a nucleus, the club has attained a membership of fifty. The Association hopes to inliuence the entire student body to read good plays and to become intelligent theatre goers. The regular meetings, beginning in March, were concerned with Eugene OlNeill. George Bernard Shaw, Sir James Barrie, and John Galsw-orthy. In May the club attended the Theatre Guildls production of Shaw's Pygmalion. It is the hope of the Association that membership will become much desired and won only through dramatic or executive ability evinced in play production. 101 CAMERA' CLUB President ........................................................ SYDNEY HARTSHORNE Vicc-Prcsident .................................................... T H EODORE ARCHER Secretary'-Trcasztrcr ........................................... PAUL QUENEAU HE Camera Club, although a new organization, is one of the most rapidly growing clubs in the school. Its purpose is to create an interest in phottr graphy; to teach its members how to. take artistic pictures; landscapes, interiors, close-ups, etc,; and to instruct the members; in the art of developing and printing. Under the capable supervision of Mr. Hussey the club is pro- gressing rapidly in fulfilling this purpose. The new camera has already been used by the club. quite a number of pie- tures having been taken. The club is now engaged in making a collection of pictures of the new school. Some of these were published in a booklet sent to La Rochelle, France. The club members hope to gain sufficient experience from this enterprise to enable them to become the ohieial photographers for next yearys and the succeeding years, TTYear Books? THE MAJORlS CLUB President .......................................................... VIRGINIA MCCAHILL Secretary ............................................................ MAXINE MITCHELL Faculty Adviser ................................................... A LICE D. CHRISTY HE Majork Club of New Rochelle High School was organized in Septem- ber, 1925, by Mrs. Christy with the aid of the acting Majors 0f the upper 1 class gym periods. The purpose of this Club is to develop efficient leaders and to further the girls, activities. The club meets once a month. Work is done by committees chosen by the President. The Key Committee restores all lost keys to their proper owners; the Gym Uniform Committee returns unclaimed uniforms t0 the owners; and the Locker Committee is responsible for keeping all lockers locked. The Majors, Chosen for their leadership abilitythave assisted in selling the tickets for many of the athletic events of the year. Although this organization was inactive the first term on account of the unlinished building, it has been very successful in assisting in the settlement of difficult problems of student government connected with physical training classes. The club is working hard to establish honor and to produce good sportsmanship and leadership among the girls. 103 TRACK CLUB President ............................................................ HARRY ROSENBAUM Vice-Prcsidwzt.. ..ALEXANDER HARPER Secrefary ........... V.KTNGDON PROCTOR Faculty Adviser ........ ..MR. D. P. OYBRIEN wearing N. R. H. S. colors. This club plans to boom track athletics and to bring to the attention of every boy that there is a good chance to make good in track even if he has never run before. A publicity committee headed by Milton Harris has put posters throughout the school, which have helped con- siderably in creating interest in track this year. The members have also dug jumping and pole vaulting pits on the side of the school this spring. Several dinners have been planned to which the members are eagerly looking forward. There are at present about Fifty men in the duh. THE Track Club is composed of men who have won in at least one meet, 104 h, Rgbocca GMovd- THE PURPLE AND WHITE PUBLICATIONS Editor-in-Clzricf .......................................... GORDON R. SILBER, 27 Business Manager .............................. RAYMOND WOLKENTEN, ,27 Assisfavnf Editor ............. . ................................. CHARLES BUEK, 128 Business Adviser .................................... MR. ARTHUR B. HUSSEY NEWS EDITION News Stay? Sforfs Stajjl DAVID CRAMPTON, 27, Head RICHARD E. THURSFIELD, '27, Head ISABELLE JOHNSON, t27 SARA LOUISE MCKEE, t27 MEYER BERKOWTTZJ t27 DAVIS L. BAKER, :27 ELIZABETH FAVOUR, ,28 ETHEL POPKESS, 28 EVANS KAHN, y28 sVILLIAM LODER, 28 KATHERINE MARSH, t29 LOUIS KATZ, t29 JERROLD RUSKIN, 529 THEODORE MAssoTH, 29 Business Staff . Tyfisfs MATTHEW GINSBURG, ,27 RACHEL SEEFF. 27 ALBERT MAYERS, '28 MARGARET SCOTT, ,28 ROBERT FROST, ,29 FLORENCE MENDELSON, ,28 DA 'ED HACK, 329 MILDRED ROSENGARTEN, :28 MR. NOEL D. GODFREY; Editorial Adviser HE P107710 and VVlziic publications have this year been published under a new plan. A news edition of six or eight pages has been issued every two weeks, and this is supplemented by a Literary Edition issued three times during the year. Among the leading achievements of the publications was the ten-page edition given to every student on the first day of school. This included plans of the new building, a message from Mr. Eckels. and a complete schedule Of Classes for the hrst term. 106 THE PURPLE AND WHITE LITERARY SUPPLEMENT HENRY LEWIS, 27, Literary Editor MISS ROSETTA E. SHEAR, Literary Adviser Literary Staf MEREDITH OLSON, 327 HOPE HURON, 28 GRACE WHITNEY PEARSON, ,27 LIVINGSTON CRAIG, 28 HERBERT HERTZ, t27 RICHARD ROCKER, ,29 HELEN LOPEZ, ,28 HELEN BRYCE, ;29 LATHAM OVENS, ,29 HE Literary Supplement of The Purple and VVlzife has featured many new ideas in the past year. It has carried no advertising and thus has contained much more reading matter. The covers have been made more distinctive and more art work has been used than heretofore. The number of contributors to the magazine has steadily grown, indicating that there is more interest in it on the part of New Rochelle High School students. The staff has constantly attempted to make the magazine more attractive and varied. An article by a Faculty member has appeared in each issue and the iden- tity 0f the authors of the first two of these was made the subject of a guessing contest. An unfmished story contest was also held. The staff believes that it has done at little toward making the school publica- tions represent the school. XVith a continuance of interest and support from students and this yearts start, the Literary Supplement should rank with the best. 107 THE ROCHELLEAN HE 1927 ROCIIFLLEAN is the fifth publication of the annual Year Book which has become a cherished tradition 111 the New Rochelle High SC11001. This year s ROCHELLEAN has the distinction of being the 111st hook issued in our new building and therefore will be of special importance in the 5Lhools history. A glance through the Year Book will reve eal evidenLe of the glowth and adVaucement of e1er1 phase of 01111 SL11001 life during this 51101t wear in our new environment under the guidance of Mr ELke15.1t is the earnest hope of the Editorial Staff that this ROCHFLLEAN 1112117 11e w01t111' of the outstanding suaesses and progless of our 11e1L11eL1 91111121 Mater 111 the 168T 1926- 1927 and that it 111av ztffmd for now and the vears to come a precious memorial of happy days in the New Rochelle High School 108 Back Row Arthur Alvord, Miss Ella Fife, Russell Cochrane. Gabriel Bund- schuk, XVilliam Lane. Chairman, XValter Michels, Ralph Laycock. Front Row-Rosamond Doering, Janet Steen, Loie Nickerson. Maria Chapman, Janet Hobane, Dorothy Delmar, Charlotte Haas, Claire Cunneen. SENIOR DANCE HE hrst social event of the year to be held 'in the New Senior High School was the Annual Senior Dance. It took place -on Thanksgiving Eve in our splendid new gymnasium. The concensus of Opinion of those who attended was that no nner. more enjoyable dance has been sponsored by a Senior Class.. The Class of 1927 feels justly proud of its success. THE SENIOR PLAY Produced and Directed by MISS EDNA BARBOUR 4e HE Importance of Being EarnesW by Oscar Wilde vats selected by the reading committee as this yeafs Senior Play, and presented by the class of ,27 on May 7, 1927. This hKTriviaI Cmnedy for Serious People? was first given in 1895. Probably no one has ever written more clever nonsense in a more beautiful and polished manner than Oscar W'ilde. The play is full of delightful quotable lines that are a constant joy, and W'ilde's caustic Observations on society are as true today as when he wrote them. DRAMATIS PERSONAE Algernon Moncrief ........................................................ JACK KAHN Lane ................................................................ RICHARD THURSFIELD John VVOI'thing ......................... DAVID CRAMPTON Merriman ................................................................ GLENDON HARDY Rev. Canon Chasuble. DD ................................. GREGORY DILLON Lady Bracknell .......................................................... EDYTHE KEERS Hon. Gwendoline Fairfax, ..... MARY SIMONSON Cecily Cardew ............................................ XVINIFRED GATEHOUSE Miss Prism ........................................................ A LMA MAE CLARKE 110 OPERE'HUX, " IN ARCADY " G. O. DANCE HE third Annual G. 0. Dance was held April 29 in the Senior High School Gymnasium. Under the leadership of Raymond VVolkenten the com- mittee turned the Gym into a thing of beauty. Much credit is due the committee and especially the adviser, Miss Addis. China was the theme and myriads 0f lanterns illuminated the scene. The walls were covered by beauti- fully painted panels, it being said that the decoration was better than any of the former dances. Everyone who attended this dance enjoyed himself. It may be said, without exaggeration, that it was the best dance ever sponsored by the G. O. JUNIOR PROM COMMITTEE Front Row: Elizabeth Giogau. Charles Duncan, Robert Lippoth, Margaret Dobbin, chairman; Richard Beck, Clara Eberle, Hubert Teller. Second ROW: Miss Le Count, Genevieve Bartley, Marian Price, Jessica Tower, Gertrude Voland, William Loder. Top Row: Frank Felleman, John Hartrey, Charles Buek, Mr. Nichols. HE Junior Prom! Everyone is looking forward to this great social event of the year with much anticipation. The Class of 28 has shown its worth many times and is now going to equal, if not excel, that which classes in the past have done by making the Prom the outstanding social feature of the year. As this book goes to press the committee and advisers are devising ingenious ways of entertaining the dancers. XVith the capable committee shown above, the school may feel assured that the planning of this dance rests in competent and willing hands. 113 THE GLEE CLUB Director .................................................................. BERNARD B. NYE Accompanist ............................................................ L015 NICHERSON HE Chorus and Glee Club have had a most successful year, as shown by the great increase in the number of members and in the constantly increasing interest in Choral activity. Immediately after the opening of school in the fall, pupils were chosen from the several chorus periods for the Glee Club to represent New Rochelle High School at 3 Teachers, Convention held at the Hotel Pennsylvania. This was a very successful debut for the year. To continue its good work the Glee Club presented a Christmas assembly program which was another evidence of the great interest shown in a growing activity. The crowning event of the season was the production of the Operetta 11111 Arcady? made possible through the untiring efforts of Mr. Nye and his selected chorus, principals and arches IL, and Miss Barbour and Miss XYheeler, the dramatic coaches. The year 1926-1927 was a most succesful one for the Glee Club. in that it gave to a larger number of students than ever an opportunity to sing music of much variety and interest. 114 THE ORCHESTRA Director ................................................................................ MR. NYE HE orchestra of the Senior High School is continually growing in numbers and developing in ability. The players number fifty and the instruments included are Violin, Viola. cello. bass flute, clarinet, oboe, saxophone, horn, trumpet, trombone, tympani, drums, and piano. XVith one rehearsal at week the orchestra is able to play at assemblies on Mondays. The compositions range from symphonic works to lighter pieces. The orchestra played this year for the Operetta nIn Areadf and at the Senior Play. The orchestral activity is an educational one, and at the same time gives pleasure and entertainment to both performer and listener because of the variety of music rendered. At the end of the year one regents credit is given to each member of the orchestra who has earned it by regular attendance and progress in his playing. Under Mr. Nye's excellent leadership the orchestra has had a very successful season. 115 THE TRAFFIC SQUAD Captain .............................................................. HENRY L. RUTZLER Faculty Adviser ............. . ................................ MR. XV. B. BOWMAN HE Trafhc Squad is the executive division of the Student Government Plan. The Squad, as it has been Changed by the G. 0. Council, now consists of one captain, a lieutenant for each department, two sergeants and six guards for each period. The Captain is elected from the Senior Class at the beginning of the fall term. He has the power, with the consent of the G. 0. Council, of appointing the lieutenants, who are each responsible for :1 department under the Squad. The Traffic Squad has Operated with success for half a year under this new p1 an. 116 A j .4 -aa Athletics FOOTBALL Purple and White eleven made for itself throughout the country will last in the football annals of our school. The prospects were none too bright when the season opened. Coach McKenna tdok hold of the squad, however, in his characteristic style. and in a few weeks the boys began to shape up into what looked like a football eleven. Not one of the student body had the vaguest idea, however, that it would develop into the mighty machine which swept all before it. John Denny was chosen Captain and the team made ready for its Opening contest with the strong Peekskill High School team. On October 2, the Peekskill eleven bowed to the superiority of the Purple and thitels attack; and it was then that the fans began to realize that New Rochelle High was to have a real football team. The following week the boys and the Coach journeyed eighteen miles to Riyerhead, Long Island, where, although tired out by the trip, they were able to vanquish their opponents by a 9 to 0 score. Stuyvesant High team of New York City was the next opponent of the Purple and XVhite team; the boys turned in another Victory for the school when they defeated the New Yorkers to the tune of 6 t0 0. On October 23, New Rochelle opened her County League Schedule by defeating the Yonkers High School team by a 13 t0 0 score. The Four Horsemen Morton, Hartrey. Valery and Fairweather galloped t0 the lirst league victory for the Purple and White. The following week New Rochelle played the weak Pelham Memorial team and the latter bowed to the Purplels superiority by the overwhelming score of 01 to O. Mamaroneck High team was next on the schedule; they too went the way of the rest of our opponents and were defeated 25 to 0. On November 13. the day of days arriyed, the day on which New Rochelle was to meet their traditional rivals, Mount Vernon. The rivalry was to be more l'een this year owing to the fact of both teams being in the lead for the County Championship race. How Bill Mortonk trusty toe sayed the day for the Purple i: already known: suffice it to say that after one of the toughest battles of the season. the New Rochelle team emerged yictoriotls by a 3 to 0 score. On Saturday, November 21, New Rochelle gained the County Championship by defeating the thite Plains team by 21 score of 18 to 0. New Rochelle rolled up a total of 162 points to their opponents 0. In recognition of their splendid record and as a mark of appreciation, the citizens of our city began to formulate plans for a post season contest to be played in Florida. Two games were arranged to be played; one on Christmas Day at Tampa against the Hillsborough High team; and the other on New Yearis Day against the Orlando High School team. On December 21, the team boarded the steamer Arapahoe: landing at jacksonyille three days later they went immediately to Tampa, where they were given a royal welcome. The first contest against Hillsborough High team resulted in the hrst defeat for the Purple, the score beingr 33 t0 0. In the seCOnd intersectional contest with Orlando, the New Rochelle boys had by this time become somewhat accustomed to the climate, and as a result the team defeated their Opponents by a 3 t0 0 score. The boys immediately embarked for home, arriving a few days later at New York, where they were welcomed by Mayor Badeau and many prominent citizens. THE football season of 1926 is now history; the wonderful record which the 119 BASEBALL Coach ................................................ MR. XVILLIAM H. MCKENNA Captain ................................................................ WILLIAM MORTON Manager .................................................................... GEORGE BIXLER T the Opening of the baseball season in New Rochelle High School, about seventy-flve candidates reported for duty under Coach ttBilYy McKenna. For a few weeks he worked with the entire squad, and then gradually cut down the number, until now he has under his direction about twenty-flve capable ball players. Although there are several letter men back from last year, the majority of the material retained is made up of Juniors and Sophomores. They are fast rounding into winning shape, and although the team has successfully opened its season by defeating the Hastings nine, Mr. McKennats aim is a cham- pionship team in twenty-eight, rather than in twenty-seven. 120 CREW Captain ................................................................ RAYMOND FOWKES M amager .................................................... W ILLIAM SUNDERMEYER Coach ...................................................................... MARTIN ROBERTS OR the past two years the New Rochelle High School crew, through no fault of its own, has not been bringing home trophies. The Race on the Harlem had been discontinued and worthy foes were not to he found in our Vicinity. This year, however, prospects are very bright, for we row in two races, one at Pelham Bay on April 23rd against the strong Columbia Freshmen Crew, and one at Philadelphia, in the Henley Regatta on May 28th, against representative crews of the country. llMarty Robertsli is again on deck, and utilizing every available minute to whip candidates into shape. The Varsity boat will have experienced men as well as new men aboard, and the second crew is sprucing up to give any needed support. The crew of 1927 has expectations of adding to the great list of trophies won in former years by successful crews of our school. Let us all get behind this year,s crew with the fond hope that its members will bring the first crew trophy t0 the new high school. 121 BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL Captain .......................................................................... LEON KAHAN Manager ........................................................................ JOHN MAYER Coach ............................................................... MR. D. P. O'BRIEN LAYING eighteen games, the largest schedule that a N. R. H. S. basketball team has yet undertaken. our quintet chalked up a record of nine games won and nine lost. . The season opened with a game with Saiesian Institute, which New Rochelle won, 30 t0 9. The second game we won, 37 to 12. This contest was against Mount Vernon Commercial. The next three games New Rochelle dropped to Roosevelt, Gorton. and Port Chester respectively. A11 the above games were piayed in the new Senior High School gym. XVe celebizted Christmas by beating Mount Vernon on their court, December 20. by a score of 31 to 21. In this contest New Rochelle displayed championship form. Pelham at home was an easy victory for us. We gave Yonkers High, the state Champions, a bad scare at Yonkers, although we lost in the last few minutes of play. New Rochelle then beat White Plains in their armory and Mamaroneck at home. We defeated Pelhani and White Plains, but lost of Gorton, Port Chester, Mount Vernon, Yonkers. and Mamaroneek. 1n the midst of these County League games we got revenge for 2111 our losses by defeating Iona Prep by the score 0f 30 to 17. This vas a great Victory, as Iona only lost one other game, Finishing their season with 13 games won out of 15 played. The f0110wing received their first team letters: Kahan, captain; Mayer, manager; Hartrey, captain-elect; Rosenbaum, Zirolnik, Duncan, Marsland, and Reidell. 122 mm 2: mm GIRLS VARSITY BASKETBALL CapfamxixNA LUKACS Manager ............................................................ HELENE NIESCHLAG Coavlz .......... MRS. A. V. CHRISTY inter-Class rather than inter-scholastie playing, and affording opportunities for a much larger group of girls to play. The features of this system were: an inter-class tournament, won by the Seniors, contests with the class teams of Scarsdale. Pelham. and XVhite Plains; and finally, the varsity games with XYhite Plains. On the whole, the result of girls, basketball has been about an even break, the same number of games won as lost by the various teams that played. Through the tine sportsmzmship and cooperation of the girls, ably directed by Mrs. Christy and Miss Errant, this system has produced, besides the usual one school team, a group of well trained class teams with experience and promising ability for further achievements. The team expects to continue this system but play more games with schools i1sing the same system. First team letters were awarded to: Anna Lukacs, Captain: Helene Nieschlag, Manager; XVilma Balliil, Ruth Davis, Barbara Brohme, Helen Clark, Rosamond Doering, Jessica Tower, Louise Herzog, Gertrude Voland, Helen Hansen. Ellen Zacharias, and Emily Hine. Second Team letters were received by the assistant managers: Harriet Stone, Patricia Sheppard, and Helen Virrill. Barbara Brohme was elected Captain for next year and Harriet Stone was Chosen Manager for next year. THIS 5635011 :1 new system was adopted in girlsi basketball, emphasizing 123 TRACK Captain, ................................................................... VV'ILLIAM VALERY Manager ................................................................ WALTER MICHELS Coach ................................................................ MR. D. P. O,BRIEN HE track team this year looks forward to a successful season in which to inaugurate Track in our new High School. We have the nucleus Of a - good squad and with the help of Bill Valery and Mr. OiBrien we hope to capture the county championship, and also send a few men up to the state championships at Syracuse. Our schedule is as follows: April 30 .......................................... Peekskill at Peekskill May' 6 .............................. Mt. Vernon at New Rochelle May 13 ................................................. Gorton at Gorton May 21 ............................................................ County meet May 28 ................................................ Intersectional meet If we turn out four good quarter milers we will send them down to the Pennsylvania Relay. CROSS COUNTRY Captain .................................................................. KINGDON PROCTOR Coach ................................................................ MR. D. P. O,BRIEN HE Cross Country Team has completed one of the best seasons it has had since 1922, when it won the State Championship. Out of flve meets, it has won three hrst places. It also sent two of its runners up to the State Meet at Troy. The following schedule will show what a remarkable record the team has made. Oct. IZWColumbus Day Meet ........................ First Place Oct. ZSeManhattan College Meet .............. Third Place Oct. SO-Columbia Interscholastic ............ Second Place Nov. Ge-Sectional Meet ............... ..First Place Nov. 23-County Meet .................................... First Place Four letter-men Of this yearts team will return next fall; and under the leadership of Harper, it is hoped that we may Win another state championship. HOCKEY Captain ................................................................ XYILLIAM MORTON Manager ................................................................ GEORGE CRISMAN Coach, ............................................................ MR. XV. H. MCKENNA ESPITE the fact that only three games were played. the hockey team proved D to be of championship caliber. A good schedule was arranged, but poor ice caused the postponment of most of the games. The annual contest with Greenwich was an easy Victory for the Purple and XVhite by a six to nothing score. Hackley was beaten by a last period rally of four goals by six to three. Roald Mortone goal in the second extra period downed Mount Vernon by one to nothing at the Ice Carnival. This game was played on poor ice, the play being in front of the Maroon goal during the entire game. Dawson, Scott, R. Morton, Rocker, Redding. Laycock and Captain Bill Morton starred for the Purple. The first four and many of the substitutes will be back next year for the best hockey schedule in the history of the school, with Real d Morton. captain elect. 12'6 THE TENNIS TEAM Captain ........................................................ RAYMOND XYALKENTEN Coach ................................. ...MR. G. E. GREELEY T a XV. I. A. A. meeting held in March. tennis was made a county sport. Thus New Rochelle was given the opportunity to win another county championship this year. Since the team had such an early start in the gymnasium, it is hoped that, under the leadership of Mr. Greeley. it will be able to live up to the example set by our former teams. At any rate, the team has great prospects of a successful season. for a. large squad, including seve i211 men who played last year. reported for try-outs. From this group there has been chosen a strong team which will make a fine record in the history of our flfst year in the new school building. BOYSt INTERCLASS BASKETBALL HE hrst year of inter-class basketball played in our new gym was a great success. Under the capable direction of Mr. O,Brien, the games played among the three classes were executed brilliantly. A new principle was carried out this year. Only games played between the first teams counted as percental score for the championship. The senior flve, last yearts Champions, pushed their colors to the front again this year by winning fwe out of six games played. The Sophomores took second place, one game behind their fellow upper classmen, and the class of '28 brought up the rear. The players on the senior teams are: Crampton, Captain; Levene, Meuller, Berkowitz, Palumho, Lasus. Shuman, Sheahan, R. Rose. GIRLST ADVISORY ATHLETIC COUNCIL HE Girls, Advisory Athletic Council was started this year under the direction of Mrs. Christy. Its purpose is to take care of the problems that arise in the girls activities, as well as to assist in working and carrying out a new point system for the girls! athletics. This council we hope will put the minor sports on a par with basketball. The council is composed of the faculty of the girls physical education department and six students; one from each class being elected by all the girls interested in athletics and one appointed from each Class by the physical directors. The representatives from the Senior Class are: Juanita Nafe and Maria Chapman; the Juniors. Jessica Tower and Gertrude Voland; Sophomores, Kath- erine Lukacs and Dorothy Wrinans; Faculty Members, Alice Christy and Florence Errant. 129 GIRLS' TENNIS ENNIS, under the supervision of Mrs. Ainis, played an important part in I girlst athletics. The teams practised daily, through the courtesy of the New Rochelle Tennis Club, and by the end of the season were well trained. The Seniors were Victorious and had much competition, especially with the Sophomores. The winning team consisted of the following girls: Wilma Ballin. Captain; Kathryn Shepherd, Katherine Lauer, Constance Grayson, Elizabeth Drey, Katherine Cohen, Frances Hermes, and Geraldine Sholl. The tournaments take place in the fall and practise starts again in the spring for those wishing to enter the tournament the coming felir When our own courts are completed we hope to have more than one tournament and room to accom- modate more girls wishing to play, and also an opportunity for gym classes during school hours, TRACK Under the coaching of Miss Kriete the track had a successful season last year. The class tournament was won by the class of 28 after a hard battle with their opponents. After the tournament a picked team from all three Classes held a meet with White Plains. This was the first meet the girls have had with an outside school, They successfully defeated their rivals, winning first place in almost every event. The team expects to keep up its good work this year. The members of the Sophomore team were: Julia Grover. Captain: Barbara Brohme. Marguerite Gibbons. Elizabeth Glogau, Anna Lukacs. Anne Reif. GIRLST INTERCLASS VOLLEY BALL TOURNAMENT The Girls, Interclass Volley Ball Tournament was a great success this year especially from the victorious Junior Betahs and Senior Alpharis View. Although losers, the Sophomore Betas showed unusual ability. A new sys- tem was inauguratedathe teams were divided according to weight, so that there were two instead of one team for each class. Both Senior Alphas and Junior Betas received their numerals; but the latter because they had won more games than the Seniors received the cup provided for the winning team. INTERCLASS BASKETBALL The Interdass Basketball Tournament 1926-27 has just closed one of its most exciting and successful seasons. Under the new system, the girls were divided by weight into two groups. From these two groups four teams were chosen to represent each class. At the end an "All star class teanf, was picked to represent each Class. After the Sophomores were eliminated the first game between the Juniors and Seniors resulted in a tie. Is was necessary then to decide the tie by two out of three games. the Seniors coming out victorious, but only after hard fought games. The girls on the team are: Helen Hansen. Louise Herzog. Ellen Zacharias, Beryl Herz, Ruth Davis, W'ihna Ballin, Maria Chapman, Rosamond Doering. Captain, and Lucine Kroyer. GIRLST BASEBALL The girls of 26 showed up in their true colors by winning the interclass baseball cup after a very Close contest last season. The Junior girls were runners up but were finally downed by the Seniors. Since the champions were Seniors and are not now in school, there is no group picture of them in our possession, but these girls can be remembered for their athletic skill. The champion team was composed of: Mabel Richards, Captain; Margaret Stahl, Manager; Clara Archer, Beatrice Goldstein, Rebecca Klibanow, Kay Lauer, Mary Maher, Elizabeth MeEvoy, Beatrice Saqni. The teams were coached by Miss Dorothy Kriete. 131 CHEERLEADERS ROBABLY no activity in the school has received so little appreciation as Cheerleading. There is not a doubt but that cheerleaders are absolutely nec- essary. This was very evident this year in View Of the fact of the numerous football rallies as well as the large attendance at all football games. The cheer- leaders also rendered valuable services at the basketball games as well as at track and baseball games. In the following years when basketball becomes more popular and when our new athletic field is completed, we are sure that the cheer- leaders will receive the merit which their efforts and ability deserve. The cheerleaders wish to take this opportunity to express their appreciation to Mrs. Christy and Mr. OlBrien for their aid in organizing the squad. 132 Autngrapha BROUGHT HOME FROM FLORIDA APPRECIATION Hm completion of this ixsuc of Hle Rocllcllcan? lec class 0f 27 attends Imarfz'cst tlzankx to Miss Fife, Misx Englcbrclcf, 3413:? 5110013 Miss Bowen; iWisx Snow, Miss Foster, Mm. Chrisfic. Mz'xs Clary, Mr. Bartlett, Mr. Wellman, Mr. O'Brien, and Hm HSfandard Star". : I VO Hzow who have so kindly and rfccfiz'cly rmdcrvd Hzcir services toward 134 Advertisements KNABE Official Piano of the Metropolitan Opera Company KNABE WARE ROOMS 492 Main St. New Rochelle, N. Y. 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