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

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C9 v v Y if ii. H 45 Wwe 'W OCIIQIIQGIY published by the Class oflmg of the E newlbchellc High School Q iiii E55 ' i Q etssa f if ff 1 "I "S E Q f H 5 ' ' Z' Y W nr 'V ' 'if -"-- in H ' 2 2 , F 5' ,R as E! "A4 H ' k W 1 1 . --. .csqjziiaigzxi 3-gfaagsx-u : tggifysfx 151 i... iii: ,::: Em fee- O R E W 0 .-.....s.....,..s..-....-s.-..v.....-..-.-.,.......... 1" This, the seventh edition of FZ' the ROCHELLEAN, the Staff, with new ideas and methods, has tried to make the best. E May it always be a link ff' in our chain of J! memories. at-i .n, W .. - .iJf!!ll1M,,.L ' 1-1z1'lil5fii5f1iliif7 I .EEEEEE 1223 125 213 uu::1:.i.-:Z .., B' . Fo v-rwfg sf s 1 I-. :fy we 5, ESS 5 . I ""A l" .1 f X ' ' ' X 5 i 1,1 C S..-ep lv: iii! "3" Faculty EEEE7 ..., if .. ..,.,... Urgcmizations Activities Athletics Advertisements VQVWI Q E' . 77OVfEk Z 6 , i me ' W vii' l EAL? Qfll lm To fi' MR. WINFRED DOUD the inspiring teacher, the wise adminis- ,H trator, who for six years carried out the duties of the Treasurer of the General 5535! "'4' uh Organization, and who, with his quiet, strong, personality and sincere devotion, ' has won the esteem of all, we, The Class fiazf . . . . of 1929, dedicate this edition of the ROCHELLEAN. 1225 X tfilflfl' -,.,, W ,Y '- - - .M!!ll1H , . .-..,........... , B' I 775-rrsgk H ....,., V .V I Z a f f " J A g A f- A '- - 2 - f EEL iii 1 .f.-V ' MLP ,md leiz' Em. EEE- E Il 2221 Iii: 5 gag asia I .H ,,::.':f!',u,Q, ,asa-. 'F mm! - .. 3' ... . E iwE.' '2'E :' ....... . B' , 770 -frills R W 9 X W A Editor'-in-Clzivf ,,,,,,, Bzzsizlfss Maazagw' Adf'0rti.s'1'11g IWWUJIIZUF7' Sfw1'1's Editor ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, O7'fjdl1ff.5Ufi071 Editor .,.... P110fl7g7'Llf7fIfl' Editors ....... AVI Edztm' ,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,, Izzdividzzfrl U'1'itz'-Ups Svnior Affzism' ..,. STAFF THUMAS 1. O'Co1NNEL1., DIR. 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BAKER---IlIcchanical Drawing Pratt Institute, Teachers' College. FLOYIJ J. BARTI.ETT--HEGli of English Dept. AB., Yale. LULU G. BIRCH ............. ..... E nglirlz Ph.B., Comeii. U BIARIE VV. BOWERS .......,.... ..... L afin AB., Ohio VVeslyan. VVALLACE B. Bow1vIAN--Typing, Sho:-fhmzzl AB., Randolph-Macon. THAnn'EUs REAMY BRENTON ....... English AB., University of Missouri, A.M., Co- lumbia, Oxford, England. CHRISTIAN E, BURCKEL .... Mech. Dmzvirig B.C.F., Care School of Applied Science, Ohio State Univ., M.A., Chicago Univ., XVestern Reserve Univ., Cleveland Col- lege, Columbia Univ. XYIXIFRED G. CARPENTER ..,,. - .... Latin AB., Smith. I.. GRACE CARROLL .,......,... Maflicmatirs AB., Indiana State Normal, A.M,, Co- lumbia, B.S., Central Normal College. AIARGARET M. CHRISTIE ..,.... Matlieuzalifs AB., Trinity, A,M., Columbia. VIRGINIA B. CLARY .... ,... E rzglisli AB., Goucher. AB., Smith College. HAMII.TON CUMMINS ............. Dramatic AB., University of Minnesota. VVINIFRED H. DOUD--HEUll of Matlzcmatirs AB.. Michigan, Potsdam Normal, A.M., Columbia. HENRY G. DURFEE ................ History AB., williams. Jfeej,,j,,.,f1- 1 I CI.IEToN T. EDKSERLY, Head of llladern Language, French AB., AM., Dartmouth, Ph.D., Yale. I,EsTER S, EMERSON ........ Industrial A1-is B.S., University of New Hampshire. SELMA C. ENGELBREKT .........,. Drawiizg Bachelor's Diploma Fine Arts, Teachers' College. FLORENCE M. ERRANT .... Physical T1'aAi11i11g AB., Illinois, A.M., Columbia. ELLA FII-'E .... Iwathcmaiifs, Senior Adviser Cornell, Potsdam Normal. EUGENE F. FLAHERTY .............. Spanish AB., Colgate, A.M., Columbia. ANTOINETTE J. FOSTER ....,....... English AB., A.M., St. Lawrence, Radclitfeg Columbia. ELIZABETH E. FosTI-:R ..,,. Business English New York State Normal, New York University. NANCY M. GLEAsoN ..,, ..... E nglirlz AB., Oberlin. GEORGE E. GREELEY ......,......... Frcnch AB., Bowdoin, A.M., Columbia. RAY E. HAIXES ......,..... lizdizstrial Arts B.S., University of New Hampshire. Page Elvzfcu W 9 W dir' 'R ' W 9 :A W J' Sl-:vMoL'R HANnv,-Hmd of History DUN. A.B., Syracuse. CECIL M. HEIXSILTS .... ...,, I .ami A.M., Columbia. .ARTHUR Ii. HUssEv .......,..... ,-Phy.vir.r A.B., AAI., Bates: Brown: Columbia. CLARA V. JONES ........,. GCl'1l1dll, Sf1a111'57z AB., Oberlin: A.M., Columbia. YVESLEY R. JONES ..... ,.... F I'F1IL'1Z RosE'rrA E. SHEAR ,.,i,........... Enylisfz AB., Vassar: AAI.. Columbia. ELSIE L. SMITH ...Y..,.,.,,...,.. E11gl1.r11 AB., University of Kansas: Columbia. AIARY L. SNOW ............. ..... E 1111111571 A.B., Cornell. CARLETON S. SPEAR ...,......... CI1E'lI11i.S'fl'j' HS., XLS.. XYesleyan University: Sc.D., University of Ghent, Belgium. ETHEL STROHMEvER--S4'2c'i11gf, Home Emu. AB., Dartmouth. ADELAIIIE LECoUNT- ,,., .,..,, . lltiflimizaiirs Pratt: Teachers' College: Columbia. HEIQBERT A. ToNNE ........,,,. Cam111r1'ria1 AB' Mt' Hmlyfkei mbia- Ph.B., University of Chicago: AAI., NEIL A ' A.ACA H-Ax' ' Ph.D.. New York University. lfVo011' lVn1'k, Pufvrrz Illakiizg Staute Institute of Industrial Arts: Co- lumbia. XVILLIAM H. IX.TC'KPIXN.N--PI1j'5liFUI T1'ai11i111f Cornell Summer School of Physical Edu- cation: New Haven Normal. HERBERT B. NIcIIo1.s-.-I-In-Inry, Efmzmriivr AB., George VVashington: A.lXI., Colum- bia. BERNARD B. NYE ....,,..,,.,,,-,,,, .limit- American Institute of Music. DANIEL P. OVBRIEN .,.... Pl1y.ri1'aI Trainifzg Savage School: B.S.. Teachers' College: Columbia. RUTII TREADWELL OSHQRNE---MatIzc111af1'cs AB., Vassar College. LESLIE E. OSTERHAUDT--Tij'f'III!l, Slzortliazzd B.C.S., New York University. EDGAR B. PURTER ...,. Vnraiimzal G11ida111-c AB., Park College. KNIGHT PROPHET- ..., ,,.. . illnsic -ELISA RIGOUARD -- ......,....,,.... Frcfrrlz AB., New York State College: AAI.. Columbia. HAI.LIE L. S. Ross. 1"m'cst1'y, 1.a111i.rra.f1f Ga1'de11i11g, Gcngrajvlzy Atlantic Union College: Boston Univers- ity: A.M., Clark University: Teachers' College: Columbia. CORA H. XV. TONVNSEND ...,... .llrzilzfniafirs AB.. A.M., Brown. ETHELXVYX VVARIILE .........,,,,.. History B.S., New York State College for Teach- ers. HENRY' G. XVELLMAN ............. Hirtory HS., Harvard: A.M., Columbia. IETHEL C. VVHEELER ..,....,....... English AB., University of Oregon. HELENA A. VVHEELER .... Physical Tfillllfllij AB., DePauw University: A.M.. Colum- bia. LUIS M. RocaERs ..,.......,.,.,.. LiZ11'aria11 Library School of New York Public Li- brary: A.B., University of VVashington, Seat-tle. CATHERINE R. O'HARE .... ,.... S 0l'7'Ff!lI'j' B.S., Elmira. .ALICE M. Looms ,,,. B.S., Elmira. - --.. Sc01'ffa1'y JEANETTE C. HALL,,HOHlf af COIIIY Dcft, AB., Syracuse: B.C.S., New York Uni- versity. NELLIE M. HALL ....... 7'ypi1zg, .S'I101'f11a11d B.C.S., New York University: University of California. 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IN I I S S ELLA FIIE COUNCIL TJORUTHY ATWATIQR ELEANOR BINGHAAI GEORGE CRISMAN IOSIIH DAWSON REBECCA GIFFORD FLORA KAISER CIIARLES KIRCIILJFF RINC A GAY AIILI US DOROTHY CALDWELL REBECCA CIFFURD ,AVIS KUIIN.AS'I' ROBERT LIPPOTII KIXTHPIRINE LURACS IXIARY LURAGS EDWARD IXIITCHELI. RUSSPfLL WESTOYER AIfGL'STL'S XYITTNEBEL A ND PIN COMIVIITTEE FLORA KAISER EDWARD AIITCHELL MOTTO COMMITTEE DOROTIIY DINANS RI.-XRGARET PALMER BETSX' ROBERTS SENIOR PLAY PUBLICITY AND PROGRAM -IERROLD H. RUSKIN, Clmirmau IUOROTHY 'XYINANS IRVING GELLMAN LOUIS KX17 PROPERTIES TXIARGARET PALMER IVIARY LOUGHRAN, C11l1i!'1'1If1H' XYIRGINIA STEYIENSON TICKETS HOWARD BENEDIRT JI-:SSIE EIIREN ZELLER GEORGE CRISM AN , C'lmi1'nIa11 VERA SOUTH WELL IIOWARD Du NCAN BERNARD POTTER VIRGINIA EI.DRIDGE ELECTRICIAN ROBERT VVARD STAGE HANDS MARY CUSGOOD ELEANUR HOLTOP PATRICIA ROONII -IEROAIE A'IE'l'ZGIfR IUSEPII HARTAIAN ART XVORK IUORIJTIIY MCKEE, Cl1,airW1an LUCILLE FOOTE HELEN BELL .ANTONIO COLANGELO SHIRLEY KI'I"I' FREDA ADELAIAN SENIOR DAY EDWARD KAUZAIAN IDOROTHY GfJI.DSBIITH ,IIQROME METZGFR RUTH BECK .AVIS KLTIINAST XYILLIAM SCHICRNIXIN ELEANOR BINGHAAI XYILLIAAI NIARSHALL HOWARD SEIDENSIIIN PATRICIA GATEIIOUSE SENIOR GIFT ELISANOR GIBSON BETSY ROBERTS RIARGARET PALAIER Page F0111 Im 71 NE, 72 C W 3 or W Sr' Pre Dot Sch Sch FRAN C ROBERT FROST Princeton "Frost is the name l" if anyone should ask, the name of our famous president, debater and crack business manager. It seems as though he has more than his share of executive ability. In fact, the only difference between Bob and Hoover is that Bob will have been president before civil engineer. VVe might add, that he has a decided weakness for orange and black. ident Senior Class 45 President Junior Class 35 Chairman Junior Prom 35 President House 15 Vice-President Current Events Club 45 Lieutenant Tratlic Squad 35 Triangular De- bating Team Z5 Senior Prom Committee 45 Senior Play 45 Scholarship Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club 45 Purple and White Staff 25 Chairman Budget Committee 35 Commence- ment Speaker 45 Class Party Committee 15 Class Council 1,Z. s DOROTHY CALDVVELL wasn't content to sit around New Rochelle in the rain all winter like the rest of us but went south searching, warm climes and the sun, and from the coat of tan she brought back, she must have found them. However, in spite of en- joying herself all winter, she is going to graduate just the same. We ask you-how do they do it? olarship Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Pin and Ring Committee 45 G. O. Council 2, 45 Vice-President of Class 45 Senior Council 45 junior Prom Committee 35 Chairman Constitution Commit- tee 45 Tralhc Squad 35 Majors Club 3. RICHARD ALAN ROCKER Dartmouth Here is a boy whose versatile accomplishments beggar descrip- tion. Not only has Dick taken prominent parts both in school government and athletics, but, he has been a member of the scholarship club throughout his entire course, a record which few can equal. Besides all this he finds time to indulge in swimming, fishing and golf, and makes a hobby of hockey- not hookey. olarship Club 1, Z, 3, 45 Varsity Hockey Z, 3, 45 Football Squad 45 Class Hockey 15 Treasurer of Senior Class 45 Treasurer of junior Class 35 G, O. Council Z, 45 A. A. Council 45 Staff of the "Rochellean" 45 Purple and VVhite Literary Staff 25 Senior Prom Committee 45 Junior Prom Committee 35 Freshman Party Committee 15 Sophomore Party Committee 25 Sophomore Council Z: Junior Council 35 Senior Council 45 Traffic Squad 35 Senior Play Committee 45 Mathematics Club 3, 45 Vice-President of Mathematics Club 35 Golf 45 Modern History Club 35 Classical Club 45 Fresh- man Play l5 Library Club 25 House 15 Silver Award 25 Gold Award 4. CES ANDERSON Actress supreme, artist superb and an exceptional writer. Fanny has mounted a good way already up the ladder of fame. Some day we will be reading of the world-famous illustrator and designer of stage-sets-that is if she doesn't let too many people see her do her stuff behind the footlights. House 15 Freshman Party 15 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Junior Council 35 Junior Prom 35 Social Council 35 G. O. Council 35 G. O. Dance 35 Volley Ball Z, 35 Senior Dance 45 Senior Play 45 Secretary Senior Class 45 German Club 3, 45 Dranfatic Club 3, 45 Arts and Crafts Club 35 Scholarship Club l, 45 Traffic Squad 3, 45 Purple and White Feature Editor 4. P0415 Sixteen ag W A DAVID ABERNETHY Perhaps many of us don't realize what a job it is to make sure that books are promptly returned, But David knows only too well. He is the fellow who always works in the Library in his spare time. However, his stick-to-it-ive-ness in this work proves that he will be a success as an electrical engineer. Assistant Librarian 1, 2, 3, 4. FRIEDA AMALIE ADELMANN Skidmore HFreddy', intends to be a costume designer. Take heed, all ye who contemplate consulting a costume designer in the future. VVith her practical drawing she will be able to create any costume desired. VVe're with you. 'AFreddy." May you skate through life enjoying all the reading, swimming and drawing that you want! Scholarship Club 3: Spanish Cluib 3, 43 Arts and 'Craft Club 3, 4: Secretary 4, Majors' Club 3, 43 Secretary 4: Secretary of the Girls' Central Council 4: Class Volley Ball 4, German Club 3, Assistant Manager Girls' Basketball 4. FRANK ALBRIGHT Frank intends to go to art school, but he hasn't decided which one. This fellow is going to be an interior decorator. You know-some of the most successful workers in this field are men. Don't forget to look Frank up when you are building your love-nest. He'll be able to give you some good advice. ALICE ANDERSON Katherine Gibbs School Another boss is in luck! If Alice dances her way into his heart as entrancingly as she did into ours-Well! I hope the K'boss" doesn't have heart trouble. Anytime a dandy skating partner is wanted or needed, just give Alice your S. O. S. Glee Club 4, Red Cross 3, 4. ANNA CLAIRE ATLAS When Anna sells ladies' clothes, at least we hope they're not some other lady's clothes. For safety's sake, Anna, you'd better stick to singing and playing bridge, donyt you think so? Anna intends to do oflice work, and it's our opinion that before long she'll be doing it in a private room with 'KAnna Atlas" on the door in gold letters. At any rate, we hope so. Glee Club 25 Scholarship Club 45 Tennis Z. Page Seventeen N 9 c 7 My W f .fs VINCENT ATTISANI After a high school course in French some of us merely know how to say "Je ne sais pas," ibut this chap has actually learned something else about the language. He is liable to be any- thing from a French professor to a golf professional. Maybe he can combine the two, and mix some French with his golf when English proves inadequate. Scholarship Clulb 1, 2, 45 1928 Prize for Excellency in French 3. DOROTHY VIRGINIA ATVVATER Pafleard Secretarial School "Honestly,l' Qto use her own expressionj words fail us. Dot is the prettiest and one of the most popular girls we have to offer. And Csurprises will never ceasej, she is going to be a telephone operator, and she likes to dance, write letters and telephone for hours. VVell, you just wait til this television comes into use! Majors Club 1, 25 G. O. Council 25 Secretary Traffic Council 2: Glee Club 35 Senior Council 4, Central Council 3. EARL BALL Columbia His Christian name may be only Earl, but he's a prince of good fellows. For four years Earl has gone through high school making acquaintances and admirers everywhere, and now he leaves school with the good will and friendship of all. Cross Country 23 Basketball 2g Football Squad 3, 45 Track 4, MATHILDE BANKS Hunter College Mathilde has only been in good old N. R. H. S. during her Senior year, but she's made loads of friends. Can't you just hear her say "Gee VVhiz!" This expression serves to express all her emotions. "Tito', is full of pep and fun. and well worth knowing. With all these good points, she ought to make a good high school teacher. Shall we say, a student's friend and not an enemy? Scholarship Clufb 45 Basketball 4, Tralhc Squad 4. STUART BARBER Da1't11101lfl1 This modest, retiring chap is not only one of our youngest seniors. a consistent Scholarship Club member, a sterling debater and President of the Math Club, but a philatilist-not a mere stamp collector, but a genuine, experienced veteran practi- tioner of the noble art of philately. Scholarship Club 1, 3, 45 Tratiic Squad 3. 43 Mathematics Club 3, 45 President 45 Triangular Debate 4. Page Eighteen 'TS 9 W It W J' NATALIE ONLEY BATTERSON Virginia Here's a living example of the proverbial good thing in a small package. "Nat" may be small in stature but not so in brains, ambition, and ability. Who can deny that it takes both brains and ambition to asfpire to studying journalism and then go to Europe? And as to ability-well, just glance at the varied types of "Nat's" numerous activities. House lg Red Cross 33 Local History Club 23 Banker l, 23 Arts and Crafts Club 43 Glee Club 3, 43 French Club 43 "Rosa- munde" 4. RUTH LOUISE BECK Mt. Holyoke "For goodness' sake!" Perhaps you might overhear Ruth utter such a cry while hiking, since she is very fond of that sport. Another hobby is to go to the theatre. Anyone who wants advice on what plays and musical comedies to see, consult Ruth. Local History Club 23 Classical Club 43 Glee Club 4, RAYMOND BECKER Columbia Meet the designer-to-be of future skyscrapers, memorials, and other imposing edifices. Yes, 'fRay!' is going to be an archi- tect, and if he turns out to be as good a one as he is an all- around good fellow, needless to say, his structures will soon be vying with those of Henry Bacon and Donn Barbour. Radio Club 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 1, Z, 3. WILLIAM BELL New York LIlLl'Z1l?7'Slfj' Ever since Mr. Nye has had us sing about the "grim gray Pal- isades," etc., in assembly every Wednesday, Bill has wanted to go to N. Y. U. After he graduates from college Bill wants to enter -business, so in a few years all his friends will be speaking of him as the Merchant Prince of New Rochelle. Camera Clubg German Clubg Local History Club. HOWARD BENEDIKT Hamilton "Howie" is another of that limited few who can partake in numer- ous activities and many responsibilities, and at the same time maintain a perfect scholarship club record. He has kept silent concerning his plans for later life, but when we couple his hobbies, which are, the theatre, the piano and listening to jazz orchestras, with the fact that he has already acquired quite a reputation through playing in a private orchestra. "Howie's" future fame seems self-evident. House 13 Camera Club 13 Freshman Play lg Scholarship Club 1. 2, 3, 4: Bankers' Association lg Vice-President of Modern History Club 33 Mathematics Club 33 Dramatic Club 3, 43 Traffic Squad 3, 43 Purple and White Staff 43 President of Modern History Club 43 Current Events Club 43 French Club 43 Traffic Council 43 Cwlee Club 43 Senior Play Com- mittee 43 Senior Representative on Operetta Committee 4. Page Nineteen c' 'D . ,-g fe fs-Q' W N N f 0' C3 QD BEATRICE BENSON illichiyan lfiziversity Who says "Bee" isn't ambitious? She is either going to be a chemist or a mathematician and that takes brain: and patience and all those other qualities of which Bee has such an abund- ance. Swimming and tennis are her hobbies, French Club 35 Mathematics Club 3, 4,5 Local History Club 25 Majors Club 1, 4g Scholarship Club 13 Glee Club Z. RUTH S. BERK lVisconsiu Ah! here is someone who is venturing to the wild and Wooly west where men are men, Congratulations, 'iBerky"! We wish you all the luck and happiness possible. Be careful now, don't captivate too many ot those cowboys' hearts. Please save som: for us. But perhaps we won't blame theni. Uh! ohl now we know why you didn't indicate your future plans. Youlre leaving them for 'Athe" cowboy to decide. Yes? House 15 Senate 23 Freshman Party Committee 2: Red Cross Z, 3, 43 Traffic Squad 1, 23 French Club 3, 4: German Club 3, 43 Purple and White Representative 45 Basketball 1, 23 Volley Ball 1, 2. ALFRED BERRY Notre Dame Al is another of our prospective bonesetters. Al, if you can cut people up and stick 'em together again as well as you can run, all the undertakers during the next few decades will go into bankruptcy. Cross Country Squad 43 Track Club 45 Track Team 4. JACK BESSEN Uziizfcrsity of illichigan Jack is one of our sincerest sport-lovers and a loyal rooter. He has been present at almost every athletic activity in which the school has participated for the last four years. That's doing' his share, and if he keeps on being as helpful as that all his life, he'll go a long way in the world. Camera Club lg Class Basketball 2, 35 Scrub Manager of Hockey 35 Modern History Club 3, 4. ETHEL BEST Georgia State Ethel, like most girls, favors swimming and dancing. She is going south to college-to Georgia, to be exact, and the students of N. R. H. S. can unanimously state that Georgia certainly is getting a lucky break. Scholarship Club 2. Page Twenty fi., Wfqxrr J' ELEANOR BINGHAM Here's a girl whose winning personality and affable tempera- ment make her the type that anyone would want for a friend. In addition to athletic tendency, HBingy" has a leaning to- ward drawing. and when she goes abroad to school, we sup- pose she will astonish us all with her European sketches. Scholarship Club 1: Tennis 3. 4: Basketball: Majors Club: Senior Council: Volley Ball. . L f f X HERBERT BLAU Come!! XVhat a mind! Herbie's knack of collecting A's and l0OW's on his report card is becoming positively boring. Compared with this chap the rest of us all seem dumb. I don't know what our dear faculty will do without Herbie as a shining example to set up before us poor laboring dumb-bells. Scholarship Club 1, Z. 3, 4: President of German Club 4: Chess Team: Vice-President of Mathematics Club: Classical Club 41 Current Events Club: Camera Club: Purple and VVhite Staff 4. GILBERT BLAUMAN Another of our reserved students. Dear me! these geniuses will be teinpermental. "Gil" refuses to say what he's going to do but welre having lots of fun trying to guess. CHARLES BOGARDUS - Antioch Charlie is another fast man, and I don't mean in an auto. If there were more in school like Charlie, we undoubtedly would have a good track team but we wou1dn't be winning any scholastic records. Cross Country 3, 4: Track 3, 4. DAVID J. BROWN Syracuse Buddie has only spent one year in N. R. H. S. but in that time he has become one of the most diligent 'tcoppers", and a con- stant irequenter of the library, Some day Buddie says he is going to be an instructor and although he doesn't say what he's going to teach, we bet that whatever it is, he'll be good. Baseball 4: Traffic Squad 4. Page Twmify-one fb . fe' fs- Q' W X W f-"rc CD LEONARD LEE BROWN Columbia W'hitie is a camera expert, a radio bug, a track ian, a handball enthusiast, a good student, and a jolly, pleasant-tempered, loveable little friend. He wants to become an electrical engineer, and as that profession al-ways arouses respect and admiration, we may expect great things from this little man. Camera Cluib 1, Z, 3, 4, Radio Club Z, 3, 4, Secretary 4, junior Council 3, Local History Club 2, 3, 45 Bankers' Association 1, 3, 4, Track Club 3, 45 Spanish Club 4, Scholarship Club 1, 2. VVILHELMINA ELIZABETH BROVVN Da1m'0,rclz School of Iblnszf nMina" is going to be a teacher. She didn't say what kind, but perhaps something in the musical line. HMina" is very fond of reading. Whenever she iinds time, she sits down to read her favorite story. Chorus 2, 4. MARY JANE BURKE Ctmzegie Tech. Quoting Mary Iane's own words, she plans Uto get some badly needed sleep, make up back piano practice and get some swim- ming in sideways." just how that is, we wonder? When asked her hobbies she replied, 'lDramatics, theatre, tennis, golf, swimming, and especially, last but not least, music. Oh! Oh! I almost forgot I like to cook. That's terribly soft for so hard a creature, as I am reputed to be." Her favorite expression is, "What makes you so smart?" Cmainly ironicalj. Dramatic Club 3, 4, Track 3, 4, Baseball 3, 4, Local History Club 4, Classical Club 4, Red Cross: Glee Club: French Club. CAROLINE CAMILLONE "Carol" is going to business in the near future. But her amlbi- tion is to travel. At the present time it is one of her hob- bies, but some day it's going to be more than a hobby. VVe want to introduce you to one of the greatest sport enthu- siasts and supporters of the teams of the class oi '29, Just look at her activities for yourself. Believe it or not. Class Volley Ball 2, 3, 45 Varsity 4: Class Tennis 43 Class Hockey 43 Varsity 4g Basketball 3, 4, Base'ball 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4. SYLVIA CANTOR I11.rtit11te of Zllusical Ar! Who is Sylvia? Need we ask? VVho plays marches for us as we leave the assemlbly? Who is a wizard at Math? Who holds most of the records in scholarship? Who spends her time swimming, playing bridge and figuring out answers to Mathematical puzzles and who aspires to be a music teacher? There, you have it-Sylvia! Scholarship Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra 1, 3, 4, House lg Math Club 3, 45 French Club 4. Page Twenty-two ee, W THOMAS CARROLL Tom spends his time making friends, judging from the number he has made in N. R. H. S. Tom says his favorite indoor sport is reading the works of the well-known local graduate and fiction writer, Thomas Hoctor. Some day maybe Tom will collect the famous author's works in one volume for the beneht of future generations. CATHERINE CHASE N. Y. Interior Decorating School "Kitty"-She's just like a kitty too-lively, jolly, and friendly. Outside of these characteristics she leaves the kitty far be- hind Her cheeks remind us of apples. What do you say? f'Kitty" wants to be an interior decorator. When she isn't busy with her work, you'll find her horseback riding, swim- ming' or skating-that is if the weather agrees with her desire. Arts and Crafts Club 3, 45 Glee Club 45 Girls' Central Council 45 "Rosamunde" 4. ROSALIND CHERRY HCherry" is the girl with the honey-colored hair who is having a hard jolb like the rest of us to decide what college to favor with her presence. But wherever it be, we are sure that she will get along well. French 3, 45 Scholarship 4. FLORENCE CHURCHILL Florence has a good knowledge of all our commercial courses and we don't have to worry about her when she leaves us. We hope she doesn't get married before some good concern has witnessed her ability as a first class stenographer or secretary. Red Cross 3, 45 Arts and Crafts Club 45 G. O. l, Z, 3, 4. THOMAS CIOFFARI Another of those invincible Cioffaris! Thomas has certainly lived up to the record established by his famous predecessors. "Tom" has successfully combined athletics with his studies. He has made a name for himself on the track and cross- country teams. Cross-ctauntry Team 2, 3, 45 Track 35 Baseball 2, 45 Scholarship Clu, 1. ft Page Twenty-three 'ii W 9 W Q' ANGELINA CIOTTI "Angie" is musically inclined. It seems that one of her hobbies is music. HAngie" is having some difficulty deciding whether to be a school teacher or a music teacher. VVhichever her choice is, it will be successful. She has a very winning way and is always on hand to be of service. Scholarship Club l, 3, Orchestra 3, 4. EDITH G. CLARK Edith is known everywhere for her unlailing wit, merry laugh, and pleasing personality, She intends to cultivate her artistic talent by attending art school, where, as in N. R. H. S., she will be a never-ending source of classroom diversion, Basketball Z: Local History Club 35 G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 House lg Majors' Club 3. POLLY CLARK Ar1m1'a School of Dancing Any of you who didn't see the operetta certainly missed some- thing when you missed seeing Polly dance. After that per- formance it is not at all surprising that dancing is to be her life's work. VVe all wish you the best of luck, Polly, and we expect, at a not very late date, to see your name in the bright lights on Broadway. Glee Club, Operetta "Rosamonde!' 4. ALTON CLEVERDON Renssalcaf' It's a good thing for some people that the Traffic Squad places no parking limit in the classrooms. Alton's numerous important engagements keep him 'till all hours of the night. Thus he is forced to retire to the rooms of N. R. H. S. to get his daily six hours sleep. He surely looks comfortable as he reclines in his downy bed, lulled to sleep by a droning voice. ANTONIO COLANGELO N. Y. I7I.Yfl'f1LfL' of Fine Avis Some competition for Norman Rockwell is in view. When this young man finishes art school we expect to see some great things. He'll teach art as well as display his ability. G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4. Page TZC'El1fj'ef01l7' 7 .- so 0 W 9 X W 'W MARY COOK Storrs College nPretty. petite, and sweet" just suits this demure little miss. HCookie" leaves behind her only friends, and goes forth into the cold, cruel world with our best wishes and heartiest ex- pectations for unqualified success. Assistant News Editor of Purple and VVliite 33 Senior Play 4g Glee Club 3, 43 TraFFic Squad 43 Local History Club 3. JESSIE OPLAND Jess war ts to be a physical education teacher and we wish her all s ce Donit forget, jess, whatever you do or wherever you , your host of friends in New Rochelle feel confident that f ability has anything to do with the profession you'll be a "shining light". Scholarship Club 1, 3, 4: House lg Volley Ball 3, 43 Baseball 2, 3, 43 Basketball 2, 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Hockey 43 Local History Club 4. SARAH COREY Yalc Iustllufe of lVZlI'Jl1lg Meet the inspiration and personifier of all the "Sally" songs. "Sallyl' is going to become a nurse. She seems as if slie would make a good one. VVith her winning personality a sick person couldn't help but get well, VVhenever you need a poem written for English-those teachers!4-"Sally'l can help you out. Sh! one of her hobbies' is writing poetry. Phewl that's too much for us. Imagine! a hobby. Track Z3 Volley Ball 33 Basketball 35 House l3 Scholarship Club 1, Z3 Traiiic Squad 4. RUTH COTTER St. Viufz'nt's Hospital Honest! nursing is becoming an epidemic. All the lucky patients too! Perhaps the internes will also agree with us. VVhat do you think? Those who are fortunate enough to know Ruth, are acquainted with her jolly ways. Red Cross Z, 4: Glee Clulb 33 Local History Club 2. GEORGE VV. CRISMAN S't'l'61L'ZlSC To look at this lad's smiling face you wouldn't think he had a care in the world. But just cast your eyes over the list of his activities and grow envious! "Uncle Al" modestly re- marks that he intends to become President of the United States some day, and We feel he has as good a chance as anyone that ever graduated from N. R. H. S. Sophomore Council 23 Senior Council 4, 53 G. O. Council 35 Assistant Manager of 'Hockey 35 Manager of Hockey 42 Football Squad 5: Track 4, 53 Chairman of Elections Com- mittee 4g G. O. Dance Committee 43 Senior Play Committee Chairman 53 Library Club. Page Twenty-five . N T I Q -fe FRANCIS CUNNINGHAM U1ziz1c'r.rify of Alabama 'fBudd" has gone smiling through N. R. H. S. for something over four years, and has left a trail of friends behind him. Keep smiling and bluffmg your way along, "Red", and you can't help being successful. Football Squad 53 Chorus of HRosamunde'l 5. TRUXTON DAVIS Columbzh nTruck" CMack?j has spent only a year in N, R. H. S., but in that time he has won a multitude of friends. Judging from the interest he takes in model aviation and model boats, it is safe to say that some day he will be a corking good engineer. Local History Club 4, Mathematics Club 4, Scholarship Club 4. JOSEPH L. DAVVSQON, JR. P. G. in N. R. H. S. Seems as if Joe likes the old Alma Mater pretty much and isn't in so much of a hurry to start this important importing bus- iness. Just what is the attraction, Joe? Going to take a course in golf when the athletic field is turned into golf links? House lg Junior Council 3g Senior Council 4, Banker 4. PETER G. DELUCCA Columbia Q "Nehi" is the most powerful vest pocket edition of a baseball player that ever played on a championship ball club. He not only swings a lusty baseball bat, but a wicked golf stick. Some day he'll be national Hyweight champion of the links, or the smallest of all the New York Giants. Baseball 4, 55 Class Basketball. l JOSEPH DEROSA I Cornell You may not have heard a great deal azbout Joseph, or perhaps you have, but you have at least heard the voice of his violin about once a week for four years. Joseph is an all-around student, taking part in sports, especially tennis, clubs, and musical activities in the school. French Club 3, 45 House lg Camera Club l, Z5 Scholarship Clubg Current Events Club 4, Interclass Track 3, 43 Track 45 Interclass Football 43 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 43 "In Arcady"g Doubles Handball Championship 4. Page Twenty-six eg, 9 W it X W f-if VVILLIAM DIIORIO Columbia This chap has spent his time in high school by making an envi- ous scholastic record for himself, and after all, what do we come to high school for? After college, Willy is going to be a certified public accountant, and we're willing to bet that he'll make a good one. . Scholarship Clurb 1, Z, 3, 4. ALBERT DINUNZIO Columbia As HAY' says he has no plans for later life, we suggest that with such hobbies as singing, humming, whistling and traveling, he ought to enter some part of the musical field. How about it, A'Al"? incidentally, we think his interests are remarkably well adapted to one another and therefore are sure to lead to his success if he should follow our suggestion and take the "A" from before his Avocation. fPlease don't misunderstand. We donlt mean to imply that "Al's" singing, etc., may in- volve his traveling in any but a professional waylj Classical Club 4, French Club 3, 45 Camera Club lg House l. HELEN DONAHUE Scuddez' Helen is one of our charming and likeable friends. Vlfhenever we are lonesome or blue she is ever ready to help us see the "silver lining." Bankers' Association 1, 4, House lg Scholarship Club lg Senate Z, French Club 3. GREGORY DRADDY Well, well! At last it seems as if the golden portals of learning were to close forever behind the smiling countenance of our Greg. He holds the record for long attendance at N. R. H. S., having recently completed his nth year. School wonlt seem the same without him, for he has become just as famil- l iar a school institution as water in the basement or mud on the causewayfbut more popular. Football 43 Spanish Club 4, 53 Scholarship Club 4, Traffic Squadg House: Glee Club. If PATRICIA DUGLISS Barnard Although "Pat" has only been in N. R. H. S. during her last two years, she has proven what a good sport she is. We have especially recognized this fact in her participation in sports. Good luck to you in your teaching career, 'KPat"! Scholarship Club 4, Class Hockey 43 Varsity 4, Basketball 4. Page Twenty-seven ff, l l H 1 se W 3 Q W 0' HOVVARD DUNCAN Hamilton "How" is another one who prefers to keep secret his hobbies anti future plans. However, it is needless to say that if he car- ries out all future responsibilities with a vim and interest equal to that which he has shown throughout his high school course, success will always be within his grasp. Vice-President of Camera Club l5 History Club Z, 3: Current Events Cluib 45 Traffic Squad 45 Manager of Hockey 45 Assistant Manager of Hockey 35 Senior Play Ticket Com- mittee 4. ROSALIE BARBARA EATOX .lfaine LI7lf'L'FI'Jilj' Although at first Rosalie may seem to be a quiet sort of girl, one look at her somewhat unusual hobbies is sufficient to make anyone sit up and take notice. Incidentally, she is very particular about where she indulges in them. Since she likes skiing down Mainz' hills in winter, sailing in summer. and telephoning in between, we think that she is very wise in choosing Maine University to continue her education. How about it? Red Cross 45 Glee Club 45 Local History Club 45 Track 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Basketball 4. JESSIE EHRENZELLER Here is another fortunate or would we be more correct to say unfortunate car-owner? f'Ching', is always in demand when it comes to getting anywhere in a hurry or when a feeling of laziness is apparent. She surely is good natured about it too. Driving her car is about the only hobby in which 'fChing" has time to enjoy herself. VVe presume that she ienioys it. Her "Chevie" surely serves the purpose for which it is intended. And how! Arts and Crafts Club 3, 4, 55 Class Volley Ball 2, 35 Class Base- ball 2, 3. 45 Local History Club 55 Banker l, Z5 Class Track 35 Field Hockey 35 Class Soccer 25 Chorus l5 Second Varsity Volley Ball 4. MILDRED EICHELBERGER Mount Holyoke Here is another of our athletic enthusiasts who loves to be in the gym. Mildred isn't sure what she'll do, but whatever it is it will be worth while you can be sure. Scholarship Clubg Basketball5 Rosamunde, Classical Club 4. VIRGINIA ELDRIDGE Pacleam' Behold here the future private secretary of the President of the United States, At least, such is Jinny's high ambition, Well, who wouldn't want such a cheerful, efhcient person for a secretary? She could win her way into any0ne's heart with that voice and sunny smile of hers. Traffic Squad 2, 45 Sergeant Traffic Squad 45 Basketball 2, 35 Glee Club 3, 45 "In Arcady" 25 "Rosamunde" 45 Concert 35 Senior Play Committee 45 Arts and Crafts Club 4. Page Twenty-eiglit 'S W 9 -- at ARTHUR EMERY Dartmouth Be careful, Art! What do you think of a fellow that likes to say t'Whoopee'l and see Greta Garbo movies? Cheer up, he really has his serious moments you know-and a lot of "horse" sense Cwhatever that isj. He is going to be, after four years at Dartmouth, a journalist. Scholarship Club 3, 45 Vice-President French Club 45 Classical Clulb 45 Times Oratorical Contest 3. JOSEPHINE GRACE FANELLI Frorhel League Hoe" has decided to "keep that schoolgirl complexion" and feel- ing by becoming a kindergarten teacher. We wonder whether she will still be able to enjoy bridge. Perhaps if it is im- possible to do so elsewhere, she may build bridges with her kiddies in school. "Joe" states that one of her hobbies is nbasking in the sun." "Really, I'm serious now." It isn't hard to guess her disposition! G. O. Collector 1, 23 Glee Club Z, 35 French Club 33 Assistant G. O. Collector 3. fl KARL FEIN V frfvlew York Uni'vcr'.siiy Here d reascf why N. . 'lzxshaald be proud of its class of '33.! W h j,3 when this rising young M.D. tells us. y is to see how long he can last in class with- ut wor g. N, oi-Q,-3, 4. AGNES FEWER Agnes has a winning smile and a pleasant disposition. She's go- ing to take up nursing. Who would mind being sick with Agnes for a nurse? When medicine fails, she can d-ance the ills away, for Agnes is an accomplished dancer. Scholarship Club 1, Z, 3, 43 G. O. l, 2, 3, 4. DONALD FICHTEL Colgaie "Pickles" is a merry, talkative boy with an athletic bent, as proved by his hobbies-baseball, basketball and swimming. If he has any plans after his graduation from Colgate, "Pickles" seems unwilling to share them fperhaps he intends to be a detec- tivej, but this can't keep us from wishing him an overwhelm- ing success. Baseball 23 Football Squad 4, Interclass Basketball 2, 3, 45 G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4g Spanish Clulb 4. Page Twenty-nine ei, EJ uf W V A-if FLORENCE FOOKES Packard 'LOh joy!" what fun it will be to play tennis and go swimming with this private secretary! "Flo" is an ardent enthusiast of these sports, Does "sports" include that of being a private secretary? Apply to your own broker or Miss Florence Fookes for the answer. VVe assure you pleasant, friendly dealings. Banker 1, 2, 3, Scholarship Club lg Red Cross 4, Traftic Squad 4. CLARENCE FRANK Cornell lf "Clary" were as fast with the girls as he is on a good track, none of the other fellows around school would have a chance. But he does so much and says so little about it, that every- body likes him and wishes that he were going to stay with us longer. House lg Sophomore Basketball 25 Bankers' Association 33 Track Club 2, 3, 43 Orchestra l, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 4, Sergeant of Traffic Squad 4, Cross Country 2, Second Team Basket- ball 3: Varsity Basketball 4, Varsity Track l, 2, 3, 4. BYRNICE FRIED Barnard Byrnice is truly a student and we know shelll be a success. Her hobbies tell us she is mechanically inclined toward airplanes and automobiles, She may some day be a Trans-Atlantic pilot, Hockey 4g G. O. l, Z, 3, 4. JANET FUKISHIMA LaSalle Well, we were surprised to find our little "Ts" inclinations for sports.. She has mentioned, for example, swimming, skating and golf, besides volley ball and basketball. Who'd have "thunk" it? To know her is to want to know more of her, and with that little way of hers she won't find this world such a hard place to live in, Scholarship Club lg Lost and Found 2: Volley Ball 2, 3, 45 Basketball 3. ANNETTE GABRIEL Central School of Physical Educa-tion "Sally" has chosen for her life work, that which she will be happiest in doing. Now donlt misunderstand, she isnlt teach- ing to get revenge: it's because she loves athletics so she will undertake to impart her knowledge of them to others. House l, Scholarship Club l, 4: Senate 25 Basketball 2, 3, 4: Tennis 3, 45 Volley Ball 2, 3, 43 Majors' Clu-b l, 4, Junior Red Cross 2, 3: Hockey 4, Local History Club 2. Page Thirty 5- 'U To fo-is W I N' N KENYON GARDNER Yale, Sheffield Scientific Schonl "Fire!" Ken will go charging up to Yale next year-,probably mounted on a fiery steed-and with him plenty of well-deserved fame. He hasn't mentioned any ambition, but whether 'he has one or not, remembering his brains and ability, we know he'll get there. House 13 Purple and White Stat? 33 Budget Committee 4g Cheer Leader 43 Junior Prom Committee 33 Junior Council 33 G. O. Dance Committee 43 Chairman Election Committee 43 Year Book Stal? 43 Traffic Squad 3, 43 Lieutenant Trafhc Squad 4. PATRICIA GATEHOUSE Packard "Pat" is a merry, talkative girl who never fails to have a smile for everyone, and consequently no one can help but like her. As she hasn't stated . ig s ialfthat she plans to do on emerging from a -: sc ,-after looking over her classroom record i . . -we'd like to suggest that she take up demo: ctaphones. However, whatever she does, we know at she'll fulfil all our hopes by becoming a huge success. Best of luck, Pat. House 13 Scholarship Club 1, Z, 3, 43 Senate 23 French Club 3, 43 Red Cross Z3 Lost and Found Z, 33 Class Basketball Z3 Majors Club 23 Local History Club 23 Costume Committee Senior Play 4g Senior Day Committee 4. ODETTE R. GAUTHEY Barnarzl A newcomer this year and a conscientious one. VVe know her hobby. for at the mere mention of tennis she said, as usual, "That's nobbyf' but she seems to have a doubt about her future plans. VVhatever they may eventually turn out to be, they are bound to be worth while and successful. Only, Det, don't be so quiet about yourself. Classical Clubg Local History Club, IRVING GELLMAN Harvard A future lawyer-need we s ore' Ever nows him-or of him. Everyone has o in assembly time and again, And every e o to know the activities in which he has'ta pa . ould there be any doubt, just look below. Scholars ' 1, 2, 3, 43 House 13 Varsity Debating Team 2, 3 3 nioratQ bate 33 Senior Debate 43 Editor Purple and e 4g Purple and White Staff 33 Dramatic Club 3, Senate 23 Senior Play Committee 43 Junior Prince Prize Speaker 33 Traffic Squad 3: Lieutenant 4: G. O. Coun- cil 4g Times Oratorical Contest 43 Gold Award 3g Silver 4. CATHERINE GEOGHEGAN , Skidmore Swimming and "tripping the light fantastic' are her hob-bies, so she says. Just another bit of her wit bursting out. Most everyone knows "Pete," and those that don't, just don't know what a treat they are missing, that's all. Spend a few min- utes with this young lady, and if your blues don't roll away they never will. She's going to be an interior decorator. XVell, 'KPete.'l don't make those rooms as crazy as some of your remarks. Majoi-'s Club 1: Scholarship Club Z3 Class Basketball 23 House 13 Senate 23 -Local History Z, 3, 4: Red Cross 2. 3. 43 Lost and Found 33 Arts and Crafts 43 Freshman Party Com- mittee 1. J' T Page Thirty-0110 NED W " W 0' MARY GEOGHEGAN Wellesley Always cheerful, always happy, cute-looking and possessing an enviable crop of auburn hair, "Red" makes just about as good a pal as one could find. And what more could a person want? Wellesley, you are to be congratulated. Glee Club 13 Senate 1, 23 Freshman Party Committee lg Local History Club 2, 3, 43 Volley Ball 3, 43 Major's Club 2, 3, 43 Basketball 3, 43 French Club 43 Budget Committee 43 Lost and Found 3. ELEANOR GIBSON N. Y. School of Film mm' Applied Arts "Gibby" is another one of the unbelievable number of Seniors going out into the great world as interior decorators. It is hardly necessary to state that anyone with Gibby's personality, talent, good taste, and ability for making friends is sure to succeed in this or any other line. Class Council 33 Banker 53 Traffic Squad Z, 3: Arts and Crafts Club 3, 43 G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, 5. REBECCA GIFFORD Vassar "Becky" is as busy as the first revolving door in a small country town. One look at her activities would make President Hervbie himself feel lazy in comparison. Becky's authorata- tive "Keep moving, please," has hurried us along many times as we loitered in the halls, and by taking her good advice we may all become successful in life. G. O. Council 43 Chairman of Non-Athletic Award Committee 43 President of the Dramatic Club 43 Staff of "Rochellean" 43 Trafhc Squad 3, 43 Senior Council 43 Junior Council 33 Sophomore Council 23 Senior Pin and Ring Committee 43 Junior Prom Committee 33 Assistant Editor of Literary Sup- plement of "Purple and White" 33 Tennis Z. 43 Volley Ball 43 Basketball 43 Arts and Crafts Club 2, 33 Scholarship Club Z, 3, 43 Current Events Club 43 House 13 Freshman Party Committee 13 Sophomore Party 23 Classical Club 4. ISADOR LEONARD GINSBERG New York University Isador is an excellent golf player. "Bobbie, Jones hasn't a show when Hlzzyl' is around. He is the handball champ of the N. R. H. S., winning over his competitors by a large margin. We pity the handball enthusiasts when 'KIzzy" gets to N. Y. U. Banker 13 Interclass Basketball Z, 3, 43 Handball 43 Golf 43 Current Events Club 43 Track Team 4. MORRIS GINSBERG A'Ginsie" is the other of the famous Ginsberg twins. He was on the basketball and baseball teams and did himself credit in both. "Ginsiel' puts Groskoph in the dark when he plays his violin. Interclass Basketball 2, 33 Varsity 4, 53 Orchestra Z, 3, 4, 53 G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, 53 Football Squad 3, 4. Page Thirty-two 'b o W 3 W J' CHARLES GIRIAT VX'hen Charlie affiliates himself with the Thomas A. Edison Com- pany, they will find him an enthusiastic radio fan. Hc's a lover of sports but isn't it strange he seldom shines in Amer- ican History? Radio Club 3, 45 Crew 2: Orchestra 2, 3, 4: Football 3, Scholar- ship Club lg Cross-country lg G. O. l, Z, 3, 4. ROSE GLUCK New York Ullivclmify Rose plans to become a C. P. A. when she finishes college. For the benefit of those who would have to seek information as to what this is, we will tell you. C, P. A. means a Certified Public Accountant. VVhen she isn't busy drawing up reports and statements, you will find her swimming or dancing. House lg Senate Z, Class Basketball Z, Scholarship Club 4. CLAUDINE PEARL GODSEY Nm' York l,77!fZ'L,l'Sffj' Claudine is a quiet, happy girl, but "Still waters run deep." She has chosen t-he teaching profession for her life's work, N, Y. U. is getting a lucky break. Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4. DOROTHY GOLDSMITH Barnard It was rather like Dot to be too modest to tell us her ambition. But it really doesn't make any difference. VVe could men- tion a few of her accomplishments such as debating, or writ- ing, or,an envious scholastic record. Knowing her ability to make a. success of anythingshe undertakes, we aren't going to worry at all about her future, Scholarship Club l, 2, 3, 43 House lg Basketball 4, Local History Club 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Majors Club Z, 41 Track 2, -Baseball 3, Volley Ball 3, Glee Club 4, Junior-Senior Debate 4: Triangular Debate 4, G. O. Collector 4. MARGARET GOULD h Finch School Peg is our premiere danseuse. It won't be long now before we see her name in bright lights somewhere on Broadway. She is going to study dancing, but she won't have much to learn. VVe have no fear for the social achievements of the coming generation if they study dancing from a teacher like Peg. Scholarship Club, Local History Club 2, 3, 4, French Club 4, Senior Play 4, Senior Dance Committee 4, Girls' Social Council. l i i Poqe Tlzirty-three og C W 9 X W 'if' LILLIAN GRANDBERG New York Ul1liI'6l'.Y1'YfV Lillian also would like to become a private secretary. As she has not definitely decided, we leave her future to the fates. Oh! cruel that we are! Her hobby is swimming. House lg Scholarship Club 4. NATHANIEL GREENVVALD Nathaniel is very reserved when asked for his future plans. However, we are expecting a big surprise from him some day. We just know he'1l do something big, and it won't be Mwash- ing an elephant" either. Chess Club 3, 45 Camera Club 1, Z5 Mathematics Club 4. BLANCHE GURENSON Blanchels ambitions are to drive a Ford and go to N. Y. U. VVe advice Blanche to abandon the Ford if she ever intends to arrive at N. Y. U. VVe suggest the N. Y., N. H. 8: H. or the B. 81 W. Railroads. Senate 25 Basketball 33 Hockey 45 Track 4, ROBERT HAGER VVe rather expected Robert to be too modest to tell us his Fine points, or ambitions. He has left all to our imagination. VVhatever they are, we wish you the best of luck, Robert. LORETT.-X LILLIAN HALL Loretta plans to go to business and apply her admirable qualities ,to the making of some large corporation. Loretta won't find any trouble in getting something to do for there will be plenty of bids for such a capable executive, Scholarship Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Major's Club 45 House 15 Volley Ball 3, 45 Basketball 3, 4, G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Bankers' Asso- ciation 1. Page Tl1l.1'fj'-f01Il' N W " W 0' MARIE HAMILTON Skidmore Pep and Marie-synonyms! Ever see her pouring studiously over a book of philosophy? No, neither have we. Tennis and dancing-that's Marie. Anything to keep those toes going and that everlasting pep from exploding! "VVell, Illl be switched!" she confesses is her favorite expression. BERNICE HARNISH 'fBena" is another girl who left us for a while and then came back. She thinks she will probably lend her services in the field of nurses. "Bella" is a great lover of the sea, Her hobbies are motor boating, sailing, and swimmingg as well as tennis and bridge. Red Cross. JULIA HARRIS New York Uni1'rr.vity "Judy" came to us two years ago from James Monroe High School and we don't know her half as well as we'd like to. But we don't know anything about her that isn't good so there's lots more to Judy than most folks think. JOSEPH HARTMAN No, Joe is not a student but he's a swimmer and could out it over on any of us when it comes to handling an outboard motorboat, He has the record for efnciency. Once he drifted only three hours before he found out that the trouble was Uno gas." DOROTHY ELEANOR HATCHER Minor Normal 'fDot" has decided that it is only fitting and proper for her to attend a school in Washington, D. C., so as to be near the President and keep tabs on his actions. One of her hobbies is making others happy. "Isn't that keen?" Therefore, she has decided to insure the welfare of the country by influencing Hoover. "Dot" also enjoys laughing. Congrats! We need more people such as you around. Success to you in your grammar school teaching. Chorus 2, 3, 43 Library Club Z3 Local History Club 45 Spanish 43 Traffic Squad. Page Thirty-five ,,-Y W1- H -W YW - ----- 7 NED W it X W Q Sr' DOROTHY LOUISE HENDERSON 'lSunny,' has a winning personality, a lot of pep, and an inex- haustible line of wise cracks. No gray skies linger when she's around, she surely can give the blues a chase. "Sunny" is going to be a nurse and we feel sure that her patients will take their castor oil cheerfully. Volley Ball 2, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Track Z, 3, 4: Baseball 4, G. O. Council lg G. A. A. C. 3, 4, Year Book 43 G. O. Z, 3, 4. MERRIT HENION, JR, Hamilton "Merry's" host of friends is his greatest recommendation, but we must not forget his varied interests, especially his liking for sports. His choice for his life's work is engineering, for which he will prepare at Hamilton, VVe all know that "Merry" will always make a success of everything he under- takes, and we wish him the best of luck. Scholarship Club l, 45 Camera Club lg House lg Senate 23 Local History Club Z5 Mathematics Club 3, 45 Spanish Club 43 Interclass Basketball 2, 3, Baseball 2, 35 G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4. LYNiDA VV. HEYDE Finch School When Lindy graduates, dear old alma mater is going to lose one of the most cheerful, friendly, peppy and pretty daughters that ever paced its halls. She professes a weakness for swim- ming and dancing. But we could have guessed that at a glance. House lg Senate 2, Yolley Ball 45 Banker 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Clubg ' Local History Club Z, 3, French Club 4. ELEANOR MARIE HOCTOR Packard "El" says she wants to be a teacher-we don't know whether or not she means bridge since this is one of her hobbies. We wish you K'Bon voyage" as you paddle through life flashing everyone your jovial UO. K." Scholarship Club 1, 3, 45 Current Events Club 45 French Club 3, 4, 'AThe Romantic Age" 3, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Junior Red Cross 3, 45 Basketball Z, Classical Club 4, Manager of Girls' Track 3. ETHEL HOEFER Columbia Such a talented young person we have here! Music, swimming and bridge are her hobbies, and her ambition, to be a private secretary and a music teacher at the same time. From which we conclude that Ethel has a pretty fair touch of originality. Scholarship Clubg Orchestra lg Traffic Squad 4. Page Thirty-:iz sg. JOHN B. HOGUE Hamilton john says he's going to enter banking. Judging from his track record in high school, Johnny will want to start as a runner, but as a good runner always finds fast advancement, we pre- dict that he'll run up the ladder of success four rungs at a time. Mr. O'Brien always did advocate a long stride. Track 2, 3, 4, Track Club Z, 3, Cross-country l: Local History Club 4. ELINOR HOVVARD Crmffcr' Union Here is one girl who will study art seriously. If she realizes her ambition fwhich we know she willl, she'll be doing covers for the Satilrday E1.'c11i11g Post and Winning all the poster contests, Arts and Crafts Club 3. 4. 5: Tennis 3. 43 Volley Ball 33 G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5: R-ed Cross 4. WILLIAM L. HUNTER New York Lvlli1'CI'.Yifj' Another of those inconceivable nicknames! However, VVilliam wishes to be called "Sam," so K'Sam" he shall be. Anyhow, "Sam" is a radio fan, and, very iittingly, is to be an elec- trical engineer. fEvidently he knows what it's like to have to call a service CPD station every time the radio Hget on the blink," and plans to do away with that botherj Our congratulations to N. Y. U. ROSE IACCINO Rose hasn't had to make herself known., VVith that charming smile and easy-going way, she just couldn't help being pop- ular. She can be described in no other way but by her nick- name, "Smiles." G. O. I. 2, 3, 43 Traffic Squad 3. CHARLES JARVIS, JR. Columbia "Sonny" is another of our boys who will wend his ways to Columbia this fall. He likes swimming, rowing, basketball, and golf, and here's hoping he drives the ball straight down the fairway to success. Football Squad 3, 4: Basketball Squad 35 Sophomore Basketball 2. ir' Page Tlzirfy-sewn A W2 fa- Q' W in N W if-fr' N f ,fy ff AQ. ,waffo ALBERT JOHNSON l- s ' Rensxeler GLEN VVh FLOR Sop Have you ever looked in that show case by the Physics Lab and seen those aswell" and "perfectly adorable" ship models? VVell, "Al" probably made them. He confesses model con- struction and machine repairing as his hobbies, 'fVVhere do we go from here?' Looks like Rensselear and civil engin- eering for you, old top! DORA JOHNSON Here's a 'girl who made high school in 32 years and with credit to herself. "Do-ra" intends to do secretarial work. Any time her lucky boss gets tired, he can look at f'Do-ra" and feel better. Doesn't she remind you of Tennyson's "Elaine"? She likes to go to the movies and to read mysteries. Vtfhenever you hear her shout "Horse'featl'uers," you will know she's found a new clue on which to work. She's 'fthe girl with the ready smile." Scholarship Club, JAMES JOHNSTONE Columbia Jim's ambition is-or rather-Jim's plans are to make no more money than Andrew Carnegie and J. P. Morgan did. VVell, we hope he fails in that he will have to drop the "no,'! Jim wouldnlt tell us how this state of affairs is to come about 'but Weill trust to his ability for that. Maybe he intends to work in the mint! Or perhaps he will be worldis handball champ: who knows? Modern History Club 33 Handball Tournament Award 43 Schol- arship Club 2, 3, 4. ORA CATHERINE JONES Hunter at a stunning apartment Glenora has! That's what welll be justified in saying a few years from now. Glenora will be a school teacher and her home will be full of all the quaint old china which she loves to collect. Swimming, tennis and golf will take up most of her spare time, so it will be difficult to find her at home. House lg G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Chorus 3, 4g Tralhc Squad 4. A KAISER Mount Vernon Smziuary If we determined one's worth by their accomplishments we would never be able to say enough for Flora. Not many of us are gifted with executive ability, scholastic ability and social ability, to such a high degree, including plenty of pep and 2. disposition few can resist. homore Council 25 Freshman Dance Committee lg Class Vol- ley Ball 23 Class Basketball Z, 43 Purple and White 3, 45 Junior Council 3, Senior Council 49 Ring and Pin Commit- tee 45 Scholarship Club 1, 2, 3, 43 President 45 Treasurer -Current Events Club 49 G. O. Council 45 French Club 3, 45 Girls' Central Council 35 President 4. Page Thirly-eight f- fy i fs . m W ., - LOUIS G. KATZ Hamilton and Unim'r.rz'fy of Mi.s'.s'0uri In one year '4Kittens" has edited the "Punple and VVhite," a win- ner in the Columbia Press Exhibit, managed a championship baseball team, and handled write-ups of the school events for New York newspapers. Such ability and activity spell suc- cess, and Louis will go far in his chosen field of journalism, Editor-in-Chief "Purple and White" 43 Manager of Baseball 43 Sporting Editor of "Purple and White" 33 Assistant Base- ball Manager 33 "Purple and White" Staff 3: Scrub Man- ager of Baseball 23 House 13 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 43 Spanish Cl-ub 43 Freshman Party Committee lg junior Prince Prize Speaking Contest 3, House Party Committee 13 Operetta Committee 43 Gold Award 4. EDVVARD KAUZMANN Ayr'ir11liu1'aI School This modest lad plans to go to some agricultural school and later travel. If he can travel around the world at the same rate he can travel around a track, it won't take him very long. Ed is certain to be successful because he is a hard-working, reliable student, good natured and quick to make friends. Track 1, Z, 3, 43 German Club 3, 43 Scholarship Club 1. Z, 3, 43 Mathematics Club 3, 4g Track Club Z, 3, 43 Basketball Z3 Interclass Track Z, 3, 43 Current Events Club 4. HOVVARD G. T. KAYSER New Yaris I,'f1iz'e1'sity Don't let this quiet and amiable young man make you believe he hasn't his eye on the topmost round of the ladder. Some day we'll hear him broadcasting 'his sermon over the radio. Yes! hels going to be a minister! G. O. Z, 3, 4. DORIS KEENE Syracizse Another of our girls who aspires to school abroad. After attende ing Syracuse Doris is going to Manor House, England, and doubtless will return with a full-fledged English accent, the jolly old girl. Doris' hobby is taking comical pictures, and we wonder if she has been plying her camera about N. R. H. S. Scholarship Club 13 Volley Ball 1, 2, 33 Red Cross Z, 5. 43 Assistant Manager of Girls' Basketball 3g Manager of Girls' Basketball 4g Dramatic Club 43 Mathematics Club 43 Classi- cal Club 43 Operetta HRosamunde" 4. RAYMOND KIERNAN Fordham Our all-around student, Ray is going to follow law or journal- ismaboth of which suit him mighty well. And when he wants relief from such tiring subjects, he just takes a little swim or plays baseball. Best of luck to you, Ray! Traffic Squad. Track 4. J' l Page Thiriy-nine I' 9 7, W Tra So M ARI An As A MARY KING 'KNO kidding," Molly really is lots of fun, she always has a smile ready for you, and perhaps a joke or two. She hasn't, how- ever. mentioned a single ambition, but she can't fool us, we know that she probably has some desire that won't be sup- pressed for so long, She says that riding is her hobby-what kind not specified. Ho-pe you clon't get too many bumps, Molly! Fhc Council: Manager Girls Baseball. CHARLES KIRCHOFF our happy-go-lucky, carefree Charlie is going to be a million- aire! And his hobby is sleeping-in school and out. Go to it. Charlie, if you can make a million by sleeping, you'll be the first man that's ever done it. House 11 Football 43 Crew 33 Track 4, 5: Junior Council 4: Senior Council 5. SHIRLEY C. KITT N. Y. School of Fine and Applifd Arts Herels another of those unusual hobbies. This time it's collect- ing poems. VV'hen "Kitt" isn't spending her spare time in the aforesaid manner, she indulges in dancing. The N. Y. School of Fine and Applied Arts is gaining a great number of local aspiring artists this year. among whom 'lKitt" is by no means the least, judging from the favorable comment we've heard on her work. Library Club 2: Arts and Crafts Club 2: G. O. 1, Z, 3, 45 Traffic Squad 53 Junior Council 35 Central Council 5. ORIE KLAVV all-around good sport and a girl who is always ready for everything is Dolly. Although she has kept provokingly silent concerning her likes and dislikes, and concerning her plans for her entire future, both immediate and far-distant, we are confident that her sunny disposition and cheery smile will continue to win Dolly both success and numberless friends. just as they have done throughout her high school career. G. O. l, Z, 3, 43 Local History Club 43 Arts and Crafts Club 4. DONALD KNIGHT LIl1f'Z'L'7'.YI.fj' of Illirlzigan G. O. President Don has shown some executive talent as is! In his term of office he 'has equalled the fine record of past executives and has given future Presidents a high mark for which to aim. You've done a lot for the school, Don. and your graduation leaves a big empty niche in the local Hall of Fame. President of G. O. 45 Business Manager of Operetta 4, Scholar- ship Club 43 Glee Club 3, 4: Vice-President of Class Z: Non-Athletic Award Chairman 3: Traffic Squad Sergeant 3, President of A. A. Council 33 G. O. Counci-l l, 3, 45 A. A. Council 1, 35 Bankers Association l, 2: Orchestra lg Oper- etta "In Arcady" Z3 G. O. Dance Committee 33 Junior Prom Committee 3. Page Forty sg, W or N W ir' XVALLACE KNOPP During XVallace's stay in N. R. H. S. in the past two years, he has shown what a f'magnet" he is. Behold before your eyes the president of either the General Motor Company or the Radio Corporation of America! He hasn't decided yet which job he would prefer. Radio Club 3, 4. CHARLES KOCH U. S. Army Air' Corps Training School Here's a fellow who has been inspired by HLindy's" spectacular feats. Charles is going to be an aeronautical engineer. He hasn't specified as to what special line he is going to take up, but when he has established his own airdrome, we'll all come around and see him. VVe're with you, old top! Radio Club 3, 4. EDXA M. KRdoKE Edna is a quiet girl and follows the simple rule, "Actions speak louder than words." "Ed" wants to travel. Her life's ambi- tion is to encircle the globe. Vlie know that with her secre- tarial ability she can manage to travel no.t once but many times around the world. G. O. l, 2, 3, 4, Scholarship Club 4. AVIS KUHNAST Beaver' After Avis' graduation from Beaver, either kindergarten work or interior decorating will be favored. She has the necessary qualifications for both fields-artistic talent, and a patient and likable disposition. Why' not take up the kindergarten Work and quench your thirst for interior decorating by designing, paper furniture, Avis? Scholarship Club 1, 3, 4: Traffic Squad 2. 4: Girls! Glee Club 3, 43 Red Cross 41 Local History Club 4: Major's Club 4: Senior Council 43 G. O. l. 2, 3, 41 Red Cross County Com- mittee 4g Senior Day Committee 4. LOUISE LANGER Louise is a very conscientious student. She will be a secretary to a VVall Street broker some day and we Wish her all the success in the world. Her hobbies include movies and reading. G. O. l, 2, 3, 43 Scholarship Club 4. Page Forty-one I l I N o 'D C '7 W fr GEORGE E. LARSEN IViIlia1izs George, our Trafhc Captain, is largely responsible for the small number of glaring scandals in school this year. He has filled this most delicate position better than it has ever been Filled before, as may be seen by the improvement in lunchroon con- ditions. VVe predict a brilliant career for our own efficiency expert. Scholarship Club, Banker's Association3 House 13 Senate 23 Camera Club3 Second Crew 23 Interclass Basketball 3, 43 Cross Country Z, 33 Senior Dance Committee 43 Operetta "Rosamunde" 43 Dramatic Club 43 President Current Events Club 43 G. O. Council 43 Traffic Squad Z, 3, 43 Captain 45 Traffic Council Chairman 43 Gold Award 4. ELSIE LEBOVITZ Rochester 'tEly" named a college and "other" school on her blank. VVe don't know Whether she is going to attend the Eastman School of Music or Rochester first, Anyhow, we do know that she can make the ivories chase each other up and down the key- board. Her hobby is doing this very thing. XVatch put, Mr. Nye! 'KElyU tries to be modest and tell us she's just going to have a good time after her schooling, but we know better. Yes? Scholarship Club l, 2, 3, 43 Orchestra l, 33 French Club 2, 3, 43 Tennis Team Z, 3, 43 Varsity Tennis 3, 43 Current Events Club 4. SARAH LEIBOVVITZ Cooper Union No, she's not Elsie's sister, VVe can't even say, "Maybe, yes, maybe, no" as NSally" would express herself. In spite of her hobbies, sewing, music, dancing fballroom or stage?J, she is going out to business. Scholarship Club l, 43 Current Events Club 4. RUTH LEVY Camel! "Rufus" is one of our athletes but she is also a conscientious student Whose success at law is inevitable. VVe can't imagine her ever doing anything but winning. Junior Red Cross Z, 33 German Club 3, 43 Basketball 3. 4: Hockey 43 Volley Ball 3, 43 Baseball Z, 3, 43 Tennis 3, 4. STEPHEN LEWIS t'Stets" is another recent addition to our school. Look at his hobbies! The few which he has listed are tennis, baseball, ping-pong and pool--all underlinedg as well as handball and fishing, You might be called an all-around sport enthusiast. Indoor Baseball 23 Athletic Representative Z3 Fencing Club 4. Page Forty-two E J O fi' '1 vc! X X7 X' . l . ,f new ' fr . ESTHER LIBERMAN Colilmbza "Es" is always smiling. If her dis-position has any influence on her work, she'l1 be the best interior decorator for miles around. Scholarship Club lg Junior Red Cross 4. ROBERT LIPPOTH Columbia Meet our lar-famed football captain, whose graduation will be a source of great relief for all other aspiring football teams in Vlfestchester County. Back in the days of long ago, when crow was crew in N. R. H. S., Bob was captain of that sport also, and has filled out a splendid athletic record with two years of service on the track squad. Varsity Football 3, 4, 55 Captain 5, Crew 2, 35 Captain-elect 33 Track 4, 5, Senior Council 5. MARY K. LOUGHRAX. Skidmore "Laurie" didn't say so, but she has a liking for art. Her talents in this -line will take her a long way. Do folk skilled in art work have queer hobbies? One of "Lauriels" seems to be reptile shoes. They are very attractive and we don't blame her. Oh! yes.-she also inclulges in horseback riding, and autograph collecting. Traffic Sergeant 23 House 1, Red Cross Club 2, Arts and Crafts Club 3, 43 President 43 Local History Club 3, 43 French Club 43 Dramatic Club 45 Senior Play Committee 4, "Rosa- mundev 4. ELIZABETH C. LUBY Cailzeriiic Gibbs Betty's chief ambition is to become a real, honest-to-goodness secretary to someone worth while. If she doesn't lose that charming smile and personality she is sure to realize her ambition. Betty enjoys swimming and dancing and is right at home in a gym. G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Social Council 45 Volley Ball 4, ELEANOR LUCAS Connecticut Although Eleanor has been with us less than a year, she has easily been singled out as a leader. She is loved by all who know her for her naive and charming personality, as well as for her individual manner of expression and good looks. Connecticut certainly is getting a lucky break. Senior Play 43 Traliic Squad 43 Purple and White Staff 43 Dramatic Club 4, Major's Club 45 "Rochellean" Staff 4. J' Page Forty-three e W 3 N W r' l KATHERINE LUKACS Hunter Kay has hardly a rival on an athletic field. She is in her ele- ment where she can be taking part in some sport-any sport, perhaps we should say. But we all know that she has won a place of honor in any line of the various school activities that she has undertaken. VVouldn't you like to have such a happy-go-lucky person for your teacher? Such is her am- bition. Class Council'1, Z, 3, 45 G. O. Council 45 Secretary A. A. Coun- cil 45 Girls Athletic Advisory Council 2, 3, 45 Chairman 3, 45 Class Volley Ball 2, 3, 45 Class Basketball 2, 3, 45 Varsity Basketball 35 Class Hockey 45 Varsity Hockey 45 Class Baseball 2, 35 Varsity Baseball Z, 35 Class Track 35 Majors Club 1, 35 Traffic Squad l, Z5 Year Book 45 Scholarship Club l, 2, 3, 45 uRosanT,iiide" 4. MARY LUKACS Now we know this young lady is trying to Hkid us" but we'll tell you just what she said. She wants to be a home girl. This may be true but We can hardly believe a girl who possesses as much pep and ability as "Spareribs' when she tells us that-and more especially when her most frequent utterance is uVVow." Volley Ball Z, 3, 45 Basketball 2, 3, 45 Track 35 Baseball Z, 3, 45 Hockey 45 Scholarship Club 1, 3, 45 Majors Club 45 Cheer Leaders Z5 Class Council 45 t'Rosamunde" 4. DONALD MACINTOSH Columbia Donald is going in for advertising. Vile don't know just what he is going to advertise, but it is safe to say he will be a valuable asset in the advertising world. ' Scholarship Club 15 Local History Club 2, 3, 45 Track 2. 35 Modern History Club 3, 45 French Club 45 Football 25 Bas- kenball Z. 35 Oiperetta 45 Fencing Club 4. ELIZABETH M. MAIER Barnard Betty is just the type of girl whom you like better the better you know her. She has a liking for horseback-riding and football games. CWe'll assume she means watching the lat- ter.j Betty is going to Barnard, and after that will perhaps be a teacher Cshe is still uncertainj. However, we all wish you the best of success and good luck in whatever you eventually decide upon, Betty. Chorus 15 Local History Club 3, 45 French Club 3, 45 Girls' Central Council 4. LOUIS H. MAIER, JR. New York Cl1li'L'CI'Jlf-V Engineering K'Lone Scout" is listed as Louis' nickname. VVonder how he acquired it? To w'hich he answers, 'iCan't fool a horseflyf' We wish we had as many future plans though-just look! To be an: l, artist5 Z, engineer5 3, scientific farmer, or 4, naturalist. To prove his abilities in all lines, his hobbies are drawing, model making, and nature work. CSay, that's an idea-maybe he acquired his t'Can't tool a horsetly through his nature study.J Banker 1. 2, 3, 45 Local History Club 3, 45 Engineering Club 4. Page Forty-fozzi' ef, wgbw r' kj 1 KJV,-7 -. -fc. 4- 1 , t, N N ff .' 1 7, HELEN MANDELS ,a 'Tig' Q Cowell Here is an ambitious girl! Lookfat her activities! Helen is always lending a helping hand and beifriending the sad and friendless. S'he will probably do research work after her schooling, At present she enjoys most every sport, reading, music, the theatre, and dancing. Her farewell to us is t'See you in the wash." Gosh! Students' Day lg Operetta 25 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Scholarship Club l, Z, 3, 43 Local History Club 25 Purple and VVhite 33 Mod- ern History Club 3, 45 Secretary 4, French Club 3. 4, . Debating Team 43 Senior Debate 4: Volley Ball Z5 Bas- ketball Z' Classical Club 45 Tradic Squad 43 Red Cross 3, 4. VVILLIAM MA SHAL Columbia Speaking of nicknames, here's a knockout "Dead-eye." It's good he isn't "dead wood." At least there's hope for a 'KDead- eye." Bill-that's casier to say than the other-spends a great deal of time in photography, especially on his hikes. It also seems that a bug of a somewhat familiar description has entered his system. He loves to see how often he can get Cuba on the radio. Radio Club Z, 3, 45 Camera Clulb 1, 2, 3, 4. THEODORE MASSOTH Hamilton A competent boy with an individual hobby, pigeon racing fand we've heard that he knows how to go about itj. Ted also likes swimming-and say-have you ever heard him play the saxophone? If so, you will agree that he is by no means a cause of any of the extensive acid comment on neighboring would-be musicians. In the face of these exceptional accom- plishments. Ted astounds us by announcing that he is going to enter the medical held. Butgis it so astounding? On second thought we are convinced that talent of this sort nruns in the family." Anyway, the best of luck. Ted. House lg Orchestra l, Z, 3, 4: Camera Club lg Interclass Bas- ketball 23 Football 3, 4, Senior Dance Committee 45 Track 35 TraPFic Squad 3, 43 Sergeant 4: Purple and VVhite Staff 3, 45 Head of Sports Staff 4. RUTH MAUL f'The wanmest smile and the brightest eyes in the Senior class" fAnonymousj. Ruth has only been with us two years, but Pelham's loss was our gain. Ruth says her nickname is l'Unmentionable.'l I wonder who calls her that: I wouldn't express it just that way. Trafhc Squad 45 Girls' Basketball 3, 43 Classical Club 4: Local History Club 45 Year Book Staff 43 French Club 45 Scholar- ship Club 3. PARMER MAXVVELL Dartmouth When Parm plays basketball he's always high scorer, and when he's playing golf he's always low man. It's too bad more oi us can't be like that. Usually it's just the opposite. Max has taken part in almost every branch of school activity, and we will miss him badly. Basketball 2, 3, 4. 55 Captain 5: Baseball 2, 3, 4. 5: Senior Play f'Milestones" 4, Senior Play "Rollo's VVild Oat" 53 "The Man ins the Bowler Hatu Cast 5, Class Council 35 Dramatic 'Club . Page F01'f3'-five A NE, W 5 we O rff ETHEL MCSHERRY Patkard Bzzriners School WVl1at? Another prospective secretary? But thatis all right. Since only a few can be as good as Ethel gives promise of being there'll be no danger of the supply exceeding the de- mand. VVhen not occupied with her secretarial duties, Ethel will divert herself with swimming, dancing, and skating. Best of luck, Ethel. Local History Club: Scholarship Club: General Organization. N i In , Xu Q 1 ff FRIEDA MrENDELSON,fJ4 ,QP New York zfuitmffy VVell! VVell! Here's a girl whofhas decided that the opportunities near at hand are wbrth while taking. Congrats! "Fritzie" enjoys swimming whenever water is at hand and playing bridge whenever her hand is OK. for a no-trump bid. Orchestra lg Scholarship Club lg mln Arcady" 23 Glee Club Z. EDITH MERTENS Krzflwriize Gibbs School Did QU see a girl with sandy hair Hitting hither and yon about the stage in "Rosamunde"? VVell! that girl was "Edie" We wonder if she was inspired to take up dancing, as a result of seeing dancers in vaudeville. We've seen her many times at the movies. Glee Club 3, 4, Arts and Crafts Club 4, Local History 4: "Rosa- munde" 4. PAULINE METCALF Kqtherine Gibbs School VVe sim y can't understand these people with talent in two fields of a t, such slfaiiciitg and drawing who, nevertheless. spurn 'i th'a d ' for secretarial w rk. Howwef Polly, we kiow get a Qhance6gofi,?d1 V ' ' bby by drawing a, boss, and, incid talyf go ry. Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Arts and Crafts Club 3, 4 Glee Club 3, 4: Junior Council 3. f 9 ' g ffl! JEROME METZGE, ., 7 h7I1f'Zf'El'Sil5' of Pcimsylvania , CJ , Metz has been ruhhing preltty fasl' around that track for four years-that's one thing we know a-bout him. He's a whiz at Math-thatys another. And finally, after graduating from U. of Penn., he's going to work at advertising, Wiell, Metz, we know you'll be good at it. Scholarship Club 1: House lg Hockey 1, 33 Track 1, 2, 3, 4: Math Club 3, 43 Purple and White Staff 45 Senior Play Committee 4: Track Clulb Z, 3, 4. Page Forty-xii: r o '5 N5 fo-Q A V' NN' GAY E. MILIUS, JR. Dartnioizflz Gay says he is an ardent philatelist, or in other words, one of those stam-p collectors. Some day we lirmly believe Gay will be collecting money just as ardently and successfully as he now collects stamps. He has made a fine record in high school and we feel sure he will make good in his chosen pro- fession of medicine. House 13 Scholarship Club lg Track Squad l, 2, 4g Cross Country Squad lg Assistant Basketball Manager 33 Basketball Man- ager 43 Chairman of Pin and Ring Committee 43 Junior Prom Committee 33 Local History Club 4, Traffic Squad 4: French Club 3g Non-Athletic,Award 4, JAMES A. MILLER Highbrows talk about Apollo and Narcissus and Adonis when they mention masculine beauty, but this modest heart-breaker puts it over them all. Apollo couldn't play hockey, which Jimmy cang Narcissus was too conceited, which Jimmy isn't: and I never learned much about Adonis anyway, so I think I prefer Jimmy. Operetta uln Arcady" 21 Secretary-Treasurer of French Club 4.3 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Senate Z. EDVVARD B. MITCHELL Colimzbia Modest. studious, otbliging, capable, handsome, popular, sensible, business-like, a good sptvt, and above all a good friend-old Noah Welbster never defined a word that could do Eddie justice. The best write-up in this book isn't good enough for a chap like Ed, as all his friends know. Track 2, 33 Traffic Squad 3, 45 Senior Council 41 Chairman of Finance Committee 4, President of Spanish Club 4: Presi- dent of Classical Club 4: Ring and Pin Committee 43 Local History Club Z, 3, 4, Non-Athletic Award 4. MILTON MIRSKY Fordham Pharmacy Here's a lad W 's sure to succeed. His hobbies are histgy and s 'enc . H 1 s to pharmacist hen his dream co true 'ov th ew R h be too small a plc my .l '.- 0 ' e., G. O. l, 2, 3, 45 anker's Asso 'ation 3, 4: o l History Club 43 Modern History Club 4. ANDREVV MURRAY 0 Cornell Andy is one of our quietest and most modest seniors, but once you've niade his acquaintance he is a friend worth having. VVhen he isn't studying or attending a movie, Andy spends his time swimming or skating or driving around town to see some of the sights. f . Local History Club 3, 43 French Club 4g Classical Club 4. 'ir' Page Forty-seven e p W 9 W It RUFUS E. MURRAY As Shakespeare once said, "Some people are always doing their best to do other people for something, and others are always doing their best to do something for other people." Rui is one of the latter kind, and his jolly, helpful nature has made a world of friends in N. R. H. S. President of Banking 15 Bankers Association 2, 45 House 15 Freshman Party Committee l: Local History Club 2, 35 President 45 Trafhc Squad 35 Sergeant 4: Captain of Cheer- leaders 45 G. O. Council 45 Election Committee 45 Chairman Senior Dance Committee 4: Junior Prom Committee 35 Junior Council 3: G. O. Collector 2, 3, 4 :Poster Committee 4. ROBERT NATHAN Columbia NBofb" is going to be a lawyer. If you're having a case tried and a lawyer's voice breaks the silence with a "Don't get sar- castic!" you'll know it's "Bob" talking. VVe wonder if he talks to cars that way when he is inspecting them. His hobby is the inspection of new cars. Mathematics Club 3. 4: Chess Club 45 Radio Club 41 German Club 3, 45 Secretary-Treasurer 45 Camera Club 45 Scholar- ship Club l, Z, 3, 4. CHARLES NAVRATIL Charles certainly is active in the music circles of our school, and Mr. Nye will have to search a long time before he finds another pupil to take Charles' place, In his spare time this child prodigy tinkers with radio sets and tells Marconi what it's all about. Radio Club Z, 35 Orchestra 3, 45 Operetta 4. CHARLES NEUMANN Cornell There may have been more studious people in X, R. H, S. than Charlie, but I'd like to know when or who-or why. And activities! You've surely made your mark with us, Charlie, and we know you'll keep up the good work. Scholarship Club Z, 3, 45 Modern History Club 3, 45 President 45 Current Events Club 45 Program Manager 45 Radio Club 3, 45 Vice-President 45 Mathematics Club 3, 45 French Club 3, 45 Model Engineers Club 45 Camera Club 45 Dra- matic Club 45 Latin Club 4: Times Oratorical Contest 45 Junior Prince Prize Speaker 3. ELEANOR NEY College af New Rochelle Although Eleanor doesn't force herself into the limelight, we are well aware of her talents. She is modest and calls them hobbies. VVe know better, however. Her name has a sweet, clear ring and her hand is very deft in art work. Have you guessed them? Yes! singing and painting. House lg Scholarship Club 1, Z, 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 45 Oiperetta "In Arcadyn 2: Latin Club 45 Modern History Club 4. Page Forty-eight 'r W 'D W A DOROTHY HALL O'CONNOR Surfer Briar "Dot" is a girl who has an abundance of ability, enioys sports to the utmost, and is a good all-around student. The class of twenty-nine is sure to hear more about' her. THOMAS I. O'CONNELL Holy Cross "Ike's'l hobbies are anything and everything. VVe can say that he has done just that thing uring hi t o years here. And can he act andadebat a edit e Book! If you don't ffhink so, hen , j st k him. With an ambition oif makiig. fs cc ss what e e does, remem- ri g his record r , iow he c 1't go so far wrong. ffgll -oo 3' ' rs id good luck, KE." Ffe m 3 , ouse 13 Freshman elbate 13 Banker 1, 43 r c Squad 1 43 Junior-Senior Debate 43 Senior Play ead 43 Dra aic Club 4g Editor-inaC'hief "Rochellean" 4: Oratorical Con st 4g "Valiant" 43 "Man in the Bowler Hatn 43 Gold Award 43 Scholarship Club 43 Publicity Manager 'KShow Off" 4. FREDERICK BURR OPPER, ZND Anzhersf Here is one fast man! For when Skinny gets out on the track about all you can see of him is dust. And if any of you should some day be caught stealing chickens, just hire Opper for your lawyer and you'll be sittin' pretty while he runs on ahead and hlls his opponents' eyes full of dust. Camera Club 13 House lg Teacher on Students Day 13 Scholar- ship Club l, 43 Traffic Sguad 1, 43 Sergeant Traffic Squad 43 Senate 43 Classical Club 43 Budget Committee 43 Revi- sion of Athletic Awards Committee 43 Sports Editor of "Rochellean" 43 Track Club 3, 43 President Track Club 43 Class Baseball 1, 3, 43 Track 1, Z, 3, 4g Cross Country 2, 3, 43 Captain Cross Country 4, MARY ELLEN OSGOOD LaSaIlc SL'7Ili?ldl'j' Although "gorgeous" has been with us only a year, everyone has become well acquainted with her genial and happy-go-lucky nature. However, we know that beneath the carefree sur- face there is a serious strain which is always manifest when anything of importance is abroad. So she is sure to prove a valuable addition to LaSalle. Incidentally, Mary Ellen is a tennis fan, and somewhere we've heard that she is no mean player. Local History Club 43 Civics Cluh 4g Tennis 43 Senior Play Committee 43 Banking Association 4. MARGARET PALMER Vassar "Peggy" wants to travel when she finishes school. VVell! she's getting her wish fulfilled early. The United States is going to wave good-by to her as she sails for Europe after grad- uation. It may be a long time before it can welcome her back. Bon voyage! Don't you envy her? "Peggy" may attend school in England, France, Switzerland, ltaly, or the United States where she can still enjoy swimming, dancing and drawing as sho now does. Scholarship Club 2, 3, 43 Year Book Staff 43 Senior Play Com- mittee 43 Arts and Crafts Club 3, 43 Vice-President 43 Girls' Central Council 4g Motto Committee 43 French Club 3, 43 Class Baseball 23 Track 23 Local History Club 3, 43 Dra- matic Club 43 House 13 Classical Club 43 Junior Red Cross 4. E Page Fm'l3'-nine l L - 4, A 'E fs- Q' W W f 5' SYLVIA PASTERNAK Katlzcrim Gibbs School Sylvia claims that she is leaving her future to the fates. Maybe she claims to do secretarial work, however, since she's going to attend Katherine Gibbs' school. It you keep up your swimming as you now do, you'll soon be swimming the Med- iterranean. Current Events Club 45 Chorus 2. BERTHE PERLSTEIN Barfzard Institute of Musical Art If you haven't already, get to hear Berthe play the piano, she's mighty good at it. She specializes in Argentine tangos-danc- ing as well as playing. And she certainly has a touch ot originality, not many girls spend their idle hours finding a new name for themselves-or saying, "Oh, the devil l"-but perhaps it helps. Scholarship Clulb 1, 2, 3, 45 House lg Local History Cluib 3, French Clusb 4. ALMA PERRYMAN Katherine Gibbs Secretarial School Alma is a girl just brimming with pep and fun, as evidenced by the fact that she indulges in swimming, dancing, singing, and almost all outdoor sports. But don't think that Alma hasn't a serious side also, tor she plans to be somebody's secretary, for which she will round out her training at the Katherine Gibbs Secretarial School. House lg Traffic Squad 1: Local History Club 25 Girls' Bas- ketball 2, 33 Volley Ball 2. BERNARD POTTER . U1zi've1'sity of Pemz.vyl'Uan,iz1 Bernard seems rather pessimistic concerning his intellectual ability, tor, when questioned as to his future plans he replied, HWhy look so far ahead?" Be that as it may, it is certain that if high marks depended solely on artistic talent, Bernard would be the possessor of three or four scholarships. ln case you are at all doubtful on this point, we'll merely emphasize that Bernard was art editor Qt this edition of the "Rochellean." Track 3: Track Club 3, German Club 3, 43 Year Book Staff 43 Senior Play Committee 4. PERRY RATHBONE Hafczfard Perry wants o be a designer of s ge sets f Y Book, r Purple an White pictures or, oster av I nyth' t so with it e know he'll e plenty dig ' E erry e us give gl K vice-,dont rge yo self nd start , j ut, , l t 7 ou I N ' ' acting. 1 mx, ' ' Purple and W te Art Sta 35 Glee Clutb 3, Local History Club 25 Glee Club Concert Senior Play 4g Scholarship Club 1: junior Prince Prize Speaking Contest 33 Dramatic Club 3, 4. Page Fifty J eg 9 W at X W fs KENNETH RECK Uni1'e1'sify of Pennsylzfania Ken is a fellow with worthy ambitions. His first ambition is to get out of high schqxl the has stood it long enoughj. Then he tells us he intends to be a big business man with his feet resting on a desk in Wall Street. While with us he has done his part by successfully managing our famous football team and helping it to win its glory. Football Manager 43 Assistant 33 Basketball Z, Trafhc Squad Z. FRANK REGAL Now, l1ere's a fellow worth having around. Frank's one of our happy-go-lucky sort. Whenever the traffic squad members 'feel downhearted and ready to die, Frank comes along with- out a pass-well, Frank smiles-'nuf said! MABEL RISKUS Lenox Hill Hnslvifal This jolly and likeable girl would be a success at most anything but she has centered her attentions on becoming a nurse. We congratulate any hospital who adds to its student body a girl such as "Mibs." Bankers Association 1, 3, 43 Junior Red Cross 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 43 Arts and Crafts Club 3: House l. BETSY ROBERTS xgSf. Lawrence U11i'Ue1'sit1' Betsy is one of those fortuiiate persons who have a contagious personality. Her smile seems to call yours into use and her laugh puts you into a cheerful mood. But behind these merry ways, Betsy has a mavelous thinking power. VVe all know of her as a brilliant, clever, responsible pal. Sophomore Council: Chorus l, Z, 3, 43 Arts and Crafts Club 4: Red Cross 4: Motto Committee 43 Gift Committee 43 Cvlee Club 3, 4: "In Arcady" Z3 'fRosamunde" 43 French Club 2. 3, 4: Classical Club 4: Mathematics Club 43 Local History 'Club 3, 4, Scholarship Club 1, 2, 3, 4. PATRICIA' ROONEY just chock full of fun and laughter. Pat has kept us all in good spirits for the four years she has been with us. Whatever she does and wherever she is we know she's bound to get ahead with that smile. Page Fifty-one TC C vt! vw ii X J' HARRY A. ROSIT New York L'1zi'L'er.vity VVith Harry and Bob Lippoth graduating this year, we lose the last two survivors of that now historical sport which used to bring the school so much glory in past years, crew. But crew will not be forgotten for a long time in N. R. H. S., and neither will the men who made it famous, so Harry is sure of lasting renown in the school annals. Crew 25 Assis-tant Banker 15 Scholarship Club 4. JERROLD RUSKIN Hazward If everyone in N. R. H. S. had done as much as Jerrold has accomplished during hi four years with us, this Year Book would have to be oua d in size to make room for their achievements. S0 Keaeggiis list and' compose your own eulogies: , V. Scholarship Club 1, 2,13QM45 Varsity Debating 51'eam 2, 3, 45 Purple and Whitm Ititerary Staff 5 Purple and VYhite Bulle- tin 2,fwl itor 45 Dramatic Club 3, 45 Dramatic Club l 5 r 5 Pay 3 an Pl 1 Hous 5 Senate 25 Junior De- bate 35' ' r Prom m 'ttpk 35 Senior Play Committee 45 junio ' 'nce Prize raxlget 35 Modern History Club 35 Traffic Quad 5 Banker's 'Association 1, 2, 3, 45 Vice-Pres- ident 35 President 45 Local-' History Club 25 Current Events Club 45 G. O. Council 45 junior-Senior Debate 45 Times Oratorical Contest 45 S-ilver Award 25 Gold Award 3, 4. MARGARET SAMELA D!l1Hl'0IEl1 School of lllzzsic "Oh boyll' here's someone who has interesting hobbies. Are you all ears, boys? Well! here goes-dancing, swimming, and auto-riding-we suppose it makes no difference whether in a rumble-seat or not. But "Peggy" has chosen her life-work fperhapsj, which is more than most of us have succeeded in doing. Are we right? Surely. She's going to be a violin teacher. Some day, Wander over to Roxy's and you will see her leading the shiny instruments of this orchestra. Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 45 Volley Ball 25 Basketball Z. THEOLA M. SAMUELS City College Theola is a cheerful person, and always has a happy, infectious laugh. She is fond of dancing and basketball, and is to be a physical training teacher. This we consider a good choice and one in which she is bound to be a success. Chorus 25 Current Events Club 4: G. O. 3, 4. ARTHUR SCHA1 Carnc'gz'o Tack. "Zum, Zum, Zum, Zum, . , ." "Shanghai" sure can draw the long bow! Artie says he likes cellos so much that some day he's going to live in a cell. As his professed hobby is umatk- ing whoopeew this is a possible terminus for our hero's bril- liant career, but we hate to think such evil thoughts of one of our sedate and studious CU seniors. Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 45 Track 2, 35 Orchestra 1. 2, 3, 45 Modern History Club 35 German Club 3, 45 Track Club 2, 3, 45 Sophomore Council 25 House 1. Pago Fifty-two sg, W J- VVILLIAM H. SCHERMAN Dartmouth Picture Bill with his feet resting on a Wall Street desk, just sat- isfied after a meal in his favorite French restaurant. That's one advantage Bill has over the rest of us. VVhen he reads a French menu -he knows what he's going to get. We couldn't Find a better representative to leave fbehind as a P. G., for he has no rival when it comes to brains or a cheery smile. Scholarship Club 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 45 French Club 45 Track 3,42 Cross Country 4g Purple and White Staff 45 French Award 3. DOROTHY SCHUMACHER Harricf M. Mills School 'KDot" is a lover of s-ports. Her hobbies include swimming, hiking. horseback riding, and wrestling. The latter will help her, if she becomes a kindergarten teacher. In case any of the lucky K'kids" gets frisky, she can made good use of this. Scholarship Club l, 2, 3, Classical Club 4. ELIZABETH K. SCHWAB 'lVVienie" intends to 'be a stenographer. VVhat we cau't Hgure out though, is how she acquired her nickname. She doesn't seem to have any serrvblance to a hot dog in a bun covered with mustard. W'ell! we'll just have to keep on wondering prob- ably. 'KVVienie" is frank. She admits she is fond of talking. "VVhoopee!" Wonder what her speed is. She doesn't con- fine herself to this, however. Skating is another favorite pastime. Scholarship Club 3: Chorus l, 2, 3. 4. MAX SCHVVARTZ Ci011IIllI7lf1 Ha-Ha! may we present to you 4'The VVolf of VVall Street" in person. "Buddie" is going to become a banker. Say! he'll be a Fine fellow to know, won't he? A banker is usually a rich man. Now we will all patronize Schwartz 81 Bros. Bank. Camera Club l: House lg Radio Club 43 German Club 3, 4g Chess Club 4. EVELYX SEEFF Crane School of illzzsit' Ev. is one of our m st promis' g students of music,JHe dmire her adaptabilit n tha s aspires to be a teac o music and still retail u i ' ming u t. Glee Club 3: Voll al , ra c Squad 23 Red Cross 2: Senate Z. Page Fifty-th1'c'o - l C' 'D '7 Z, fo-Qi ff ff X N' r ' J HOWARD ROBERT SEIDENSTEIN Cornell, John.: Ilapkius Skeex claims that his favorite expression is-x?xx!? but knowing him to be such a jolly little chap we doubt his assertion. He's bound to be a good doctor, for he's a great wit fwe don't mean halfj, which will keep his patients and friends cheerful. Senior Play 43 Steuben Prize German 35 German Club 3, 43 Scholarship Club l, 2. 3, 43 Current Events Club 45 Local History Club 2: Mathematics Club 3, 43 House lg Senate 23 Interclass Basketball 35 Dramatic Club 41 Freshman Party Committee 1. ANNE SELETSKY Albany State College VVe can't imagine who started calling Anne "Hank". It simply doesn't Et. She has been with us only Five months, but any girl who indulges in dancing, skating and skiing is bound to become well-known even in that short time. "Hank" must have enjoyed her high school course for she plans to return in the role of teacher. All good wishes, "Hank." ANDREW' COLTON SELZ P1'i11rr.'f0n For anyone that has been in N. R. H. S. so short a time, Andy has certainly made a name for himself. Swimming and radio are his hobbies, he says, and we know that behind the foot- lights he seems right at home, so as an actor and a mighty good all-'round fellow we shall remember him. Traffic Squad: Dramatic Club: Radio Club: t'Rollo's VVild Oat"g '4The Valiantng "The Show Off". VERNON SHELTCN DUl1U'UJl'h Iizsiiluie of lllmical Art VVe believe "Ernie" is our only future organist, but that's all right. She is sure to be a good one. "Ernie" will study this complicated art at the Damrosch Institute oi Musical Art. Music is her holbby and she certainly is lucky to be able to combine her vocation and avocation. HErnie" is also fond of swimming. Chorusg General Organization. ALICE SILVER My! but there are going to be a bunch of lucky bosses! "Al" is another girl who is going to become a secretary. Wanted: A considerate boss, a good job with good pay. She never lets her time stand idle. Vllhether "Al" is swimming, singing or reading, all she lacks to be on the public's tongue is a derby. Scholarship Club 4. Page Fifty-four E J 'D '1 cf Ll NJ X' HELEN SMITH Pratt Institute A lot of the time not spent swimming, dancing and horseback- riding, Helen spends striving to get into Pratt. Personally, we don't think she'l1 have much trouble. She won't tell us what she wants to do after that. At any rate, we predict that it will be a success, whatever it is, if Helen heads it. House lg Scholarship Club l, 2, 33 Red Cross Club 2, 3, 45 Latin EUGE Club 4, Traffic Squad 4. NE SOMMER Fordham i'Gene" has graced our storied halls-ahem!-for only a year but in that short time we have discovered that he is always amiable and cheerful and welcome everywhere. 'KGene's" pet hobby is swimming, and he plans to study law at Fordham. Good luck, "Gene." Fencing, Swimmirigg G. O. VERA SOUTHWELL Svrarizse Vera was voted the most popular girl in the Senior class, and A. there's a reason why. However, it would be a difficult task to discuss fully all of her interests in this limited space. It will have to suffice to state that Vera does an unbelievable number of things, and, what's more. does them well, espec- ially her favorites. dancing and swimming. "V's" ambition is to be a female Paderewski, and if she keeps on the way she has begun, Paderewski himself will soon have to look to his laurels. A. Council 2, G. O. Council 2, 4: Sophomore Council 25 Local History Club 2, 3, 41 Senate Z3 Tennis Z5 junior Prom Committee 3g Lost and Found 3, lnterclass Basketball 3. 41 Major-'s Club 33 Orchestra 3, 45 Girls' Glee Club 35 Trafnc Squad 3, Secretary of Junior Class 3: junior Council 33 Silver Award 3: Gold Award 43 Secretary of G. O, 45 Chair- man of G. O. Dance Committee 43 Cheerleading Squad 4. MARY SPRINGER Ma ry is an excellent example of the typical American girl, for she likes swimming, dancing, and skating, and takes an inter- est in athletics. She plans to attend finishing school, but as we don't know where, we'll have to disappoint you in that respect. However, we do know that, wherever she is, she will always be a loyal and trustworthy friend to everyone. Basketball 35 Track 4, Baseball 4. EUNI CE STACK Trinity Another of New Rochelle's numerous talented newcomers! Eunice plans to be a professional dancer, and for anyone as adept as she is in this fine art, we think hers is the wisest possible choice. However, the terpsichorean art is not 'iUnies"' only accomplishment, for she also excels in horseback-riding, swim- ming, and paying library fines. fPerhaps the latter accounts for the fact that the school library has been increased by so many new books during the past year. Who knows?j 1- t r Page Fifty-five f' 'D . 7, I W W V -'J' IRENE STANDING Sflllffllfj fin' cague, New York Sit up and take notice, girls, for in the futu . the smartest fashions for women will come from the pen this N. R. H. S, grad- uate. When the great demand gfo "Rene's" work comes, we don't see 'how she is ing to able to hll orders and at the same time indulge me ultitude of hobbies, the piano. and riding in automobilesf. However, we're all with you, "Rene" Mayor's Club 2, 3: Vice-Pre ' nt Major's Club 3, Traffic Squad 2, 33 Lost and Found 3, Junior Council 33 Red Cross 3g Banker 33 Local History Club 4. gl VIRGINIA STEVE UN ' ' L' FII! ' ge for Wf077'I!'!l to be He artistic ualities will surely make of her a suc cessful dress desig r or interior decorator. "Ginny" always has a ready smile n her face and a twinkle in her eyes. Local History Club Z, 42 Class Volley Ball 2: Glee Club 3, 45 Arts and Crafts Club 3, 4: "Rosamunde" 43 Senior Play Committee 4, Scholarship Club 3, 4. 'tGin115"' is ver wonder-she has reason FRANCES STORCK Bartzard hoopee!" here's another whose o b pQg and skating. N nder! "Pe Wi ell suited for these. Who on ear of that nickname though? It must have m cone who has a knowledge of birds and knows a od one when he sees it. This was very appro- priately given, inasmuch as a Peewee is rather small and very active. just cast a glance at her activities. Scholarship Club l, 2, 3, 4: Local History Club Z, French Club 3, 4: Modern History Club 33 Current Events Club 4g Class Hockey 45 Major Club 3, 4. i.W MARION SYNETT Barnard UI wonder what station I've got D ." M' ion says e tinkers with the radio. SIs1e's got :ra 'o ' rion en- joys imming n di ,, s e . t er intention on comj es is to be a tdyher. She has not said vi a ind, but probably a school telacher. Yes? Red Cross 4. CATHERINE TAYLOR Burial: C0u.vcf"Lfafory of illusir 'KKitty" is a girl with musical aspirations and the talent, brains. ambition and ability to realize them. She plans to be a concert pianist, and we certainly congratulate her on her choice. For a girl with her talents she could not have made a better, and we predict for her a bright and famous future. House 1, Scholarship Clu'b l: Chorus 1: G. O. l, 2, 3, 4. Pagc Fifty-.vi.1' e CORA THOMAS Lincoln Hospital By the looks of things, we're all going to become suddenly stricken with a serious disease. MChicki' will be sure and do all in her power as a nurse to restore our health. "Maybe," she says. Whenever her patient gets restless l'Chick" can make use of her hobby-music. Perhaps she will sing or play some- thing for us when we're sick. Chorus l, Z, 5, 4. V , 'O MAY TOXKONOVV 'KTopsy" talks a lot, au s lot a d dance a lot. She possesses an abundance of 'Apep' and a happy-go-lucky air. "Topsy" is certainly a pleasant asset to our Senior class. Banker 1, Z, 3, 4: Red Cross Club 43 Trathc Squad 3, 4, Major Club 2, 3: Chorus 2, 3, 4, G. O. 1, Z, 3, 4. THOMAS J. TORTORA Here's one of the best students in the class of '29, "Tom" has been in the Scholarship Club during all four years. W'ith the reputation which he has won for himself already, he'll 'be the most besought lawyer in that profession. Scholarship Club l, 2, 3, 4, House lg Radio Club 3. EMIL FREDERICK TRENCK Cooper Union Emil doesn't say much, but what he does say is usually well worth hearing. He studies hard and is sure to be a success as a chemical engineer if he keeps on trying. Emil can toot a mean sax and is one of our most ardent radio boys. Scholarship Club 21 Radio Clwb Z, 3, German Club 3, 4, Orches- tra 4. - o ALLAN TUBMAN The mystery is solved! Here is the author of that remarkable poetry which has appeared periodically on the blackboards of 206 and other rooms. Our own poet laureate is modest and doesnt claim his glory, but some day we predict that this lad will be writing a daily poetry column in some large met- ropolitan newspaper. Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Camera Club 3, Orchestra 45 Radio Club 3. J' Page Fifty-xewlz 's CD W X W --gf VVALLACE TURNER This is just a notice for all little bunnies, foxes, lions, fishes and what-have-you to beware, because when VVally goes hunting, fishing or trapping, which isn't so seldom, he really means business. As the head of three or four fur-farms he Will surely realize his ambition of Hmaking a million." Ask him, he'll just say, "Yah, sure." Cross Country 3, 4: Hockey 4. LENA VACCARO A 1111, Holyoke "Lee" admits that one of her hobbies is driving. VVelll she surely gets mighty good opportunities to show us. Every day she has her Chrysler full. "Lena. can you take me home?" or "Lena, is your car full?" To which she answers. HSure, jump right in. Naw. it isn't full, plenty of room." Her other hobby is dancing. li she is as natural in her dancing as in her driving, she takes to it like a duck to the water. Scholarship Club 1, 2: Glee Club Z, 3, 4: French Club 3, 4g "Rosamunde" 4, Dramatic Club 2. VVILLIAM VAN BAALEN, JR. Jlassaclznreifs Ilzrtitzife Airplanes, airplanes, and more airplanes-that's Bill. And he ought to be good at it, too. VVe might add, that he hasn't done so poorly in Math or Chemistry or in making friends, either. Perhaps, if he hadn't mentioned aeronautical engin- eering as a career. we might have pictured him as a baking powder magnate. Scholarship Club 1, Z. 3, 4: House lg Camera Club 1: Sopho- more Council 2, Math Club 3, Senior Play 4: Cross-Country 4, Track 4, Business Manager Purple and VVhile 4: Model Engineering Society 43 Dramatic Club 4: Current Events Club 43 Silver Award 4, "Show Off" 4. ROGER O. VAN DUZER Annaflolis Roger is one of our most musical, most dramatic, most popular, and most handsome classmates. VVith a complexion like his, he'll make a fortune endorsing facial soaps and cigarettes. However, if that plan doesn't work, Roger will become an engineer. We hope his first masterpiece will be a bridge Knot tallj on the site of the old causeway across Huguenot Lake. Traffic Squad 4: Glee Club 4, Operetta "Rosamunde" 43 Radio Club 3. FRANCES CECELIA VAN TASSELL Dlfells College 'iMy land! That noise must be caused by some of 'Fran's' witty sayingsf' She says her hobbies are swimming and tennis. But we declare that her hobby is making us laugh. Perhaps she is getting tuned up to be all set to entertain the kiddies in her orphan asylum which she is going to direct. "Fran" is a fine girl to know and lots of fun. House lg Chorus 1, 45 Scholarship Club 1, French Club 35 Dra- matic Club 3, 4, Classical Club 45 l'Rosamunde" 4, Girls' Glee Club 4. Page Fifty-aight eg, W 9 X W 'ire CEDRIC JAMES GARFIELD VVENTZ Come!! Ceddy expects to be an electrical engineer and we have no doubt he could become most anything with a name and smile like his. This illustrious person expects to do P. G. work at N. R. H. S. Meanwhile, you are likely to see him swim- ming at Hudson Park or cruising around on good old Huguenot Lake. House lg Radio Club Z, G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Local History Club 2. MARY FRANCES VVHITE Mary has no intentions of going to college but if she realizes her ambition to become a good stenographer we're not going to worry about her success. Mary's hobbies include swim- ming, walking, and baseball. THELMA VVIELANDT Smifh Everyone knows Thelma, and how happy, cheerful, peppy and friendly Blondie can be. And can she dance? VVhy ask? One thing, though-we weren't so surprised to nnd she liked hockey and seeing shows, but she said, "I love to catch brass rings on a merry-go-round." -VVell-l DOROTHY ELEANOR VVILLIAMS Barnard Doesn't 'lDot" make you feel good when she says 'lVVhy worry?l' She'll make a good teacher with this sound advice. One of her hobbies is walking. If anyone wants to enjoy a good, brisk walk, be Dot's companion. She's also a jolly swimming and dancing partner. Volley Ball 23 Baseball 1 3 Scholarship Club 1, 43 Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4. DOROTHY WINANS llfount Holyokc Dot hasn't quite decided what to do but welre sure Mount Holyoke will welcome her as a banisher of the blues. Who could be 'blue after passing this likeable lass and being greeted with a friendly "Hi there"? House 1, Girls' A. A. Council 25 Local History Clunb 2, 3: French Club 2, 3, 41 Scholarship Club 1, Z, 3, 43 Classical Club 45 Red Cross 45 Glee Club 45 "Rosarnunde" 4, Math Club 4: Volley Ball 35 Senior Play Committee 43 Basket- ball 2, 3, 4, Tennis 3, 43 Bankers Association 43 Year Book 4. Page Fifty-nine 'S e, ---.45 W X cc , FRANCES KINGSLEY VVALES University of ,Michigan VVhen Fannie comes up to you and says, "Don't worry," doesn't it make you feel good? She has kept us cheered up these past four years, and if she continues to do everything the way she has here, we just know she'll get her longed-for traveling and plenty of skating, tennis and short stories in the bargain, Tennis 2, 3, 45 Volley Ball 25 Class Basketball 2, Track 25 G, O. Council 3, Junior Council 3, Traffic Squad 3, 43 Glee Club 3, 45 Dramatic Club 3, 4, Scholarship Club 2, 45 Dramatic Club Play 3, Senior Debate 4, "Rosamunde" 4, Gold Award 3. MARION ARLENE WALLACE Virginia Marion plans to be either an interior decorator or a designer. and it is our personal opinion that if she shows as much originality in either lille as she has in selecting her hobbies, she will soon be world-famous. Here they are, beat them if you can !-collecting odd-shaped perfume bottles, and ele- phants. CWe're glad she was specific in stating that she means "not live elephants, and not dead either!"J Banker 2, French Club 45 Arts and Crafts Club 4, Assistant Manager of Basketball 4. BELLA VVALLACH Bella hasn't decided yet what college she intends to attend, but whatever and wherever it is, it will be well-chosen. She didn't say so, but her strong points are history, science, and math. Are we right? She doesn't know it yet, but some day she is going to publish a new geometry book which will lbe used in high school instead of Seymours' "Plane Geometry." Bella is majoring in mathematics. Red Cross 2, 3, 4, Arts and Crafts Club 4, Scholarship Club 1, 4, Math Club 4. ROBERT DEWITT VVARD Cornell Engirwering School A competent and quietly efficient young man who possesses brains as well as brawn is Robert, as evidenced by the versatile nature of his activities. When his time is not occupied by his numerous responsibilities, he indulges in model-making, photography and boating, in all of which he is remarkably well versed. In short, he is an asset of which Cornell En- gineering School may well be proud. Track 2, Second Crew Team 33 Camera Club 4, President Cam- era Club Sg Vice-President Model Engineering Club 55 Radio Club 5: Glee Club 5: Senior Play 53 Senior Prom Coma mittee 53 Dramatic Club 5: Scholarship Club 5. Business manager Rochellean 5. MARY WEINER - Although Mary has only been in N. R. H. S. for two years, she has made herself known to many. She did herself especial honor in the Times Oratorical contest. Mary has decided 'zo take up secretarial work. Her boss can assure himself of 1 conscientious worker. However, she does not keep herself engrossed in books. She enjoys music, hockey and reading. Scholarship Club 4: Current Events Club 4. Page Sixty ss, W AUGUSTUS SEVERIN WITTNEBEL P. G. in IV. R. H. S. Gus knows a good thing when he sees it, and so he's coming back to N. R. H. S. for a P. G. course. When he finishes that, Gus is going to be a retired banker and work his way up. An ambition like that spells success, so were not worry- ing about the future of this favorite son. Hockey 43 Track 45 Scholarship Club 4, Orchestra lg Staff of "Rochellean" 4: Class Council l, 2, 3, 43 Bankers Associa- tion l, 3g Traffic Squad 33 Current Events Club 43 German Club 3. 4: Senior Prom Committee 4, Junior Prom Com- mittee 3g Non-Athletic Award 4. ELEANOR WRIGHT Wells As charming as she is pretty and capable of doing just about any- thing she sets out to do, t'Wright" is a graduate of whom we are mighty proud. She loves music and has a knack for tennis that would make Helen VVills change her poker face. We might add that a hidden talent for acting was revealed in the Senior Play. Tennis 43 Varsity Basket-ball Z5 Senior Play 43 Senior Prom Committee 45 Scholarship Club lg Banker l, 2, 33 G. O. l, 2, 3, 45 French Club Z, 3: Budget Committee 4. Jin illllvmnrzam Bwh alan 27, 1525 Ginza nf 1525 if illrrhvrirk M. Whiting Page Sixty-one vt! wx: 's t it X i f Serunrqlelehrities f it X Vi: .Aim rf' X l X kr lk ru X I ., -Q-. L X R - X t X 3:3 25 'J Q-?'9 'H4 SW!!. X X l 2 A, X . "v-Q. an-1.4-i925 'l 'fi i f lv J" QNW ini KW' QQWJ 65' 1 555 E pl D l K tv as jrw xii ,lit ,ill if - E- , ,fl-nm, .f'N.,,g j:m,,, ikis! ll, l.M ' I ,Il ll-iqIlq1l!g',1lll1mumirneg! Lg5M ,,If g 1 1, .Vilmanmalnillrlliuggg if fr- H W iw' "'ll"3Wl1'w nl' A W W" f wr f wfr 57 '- an ' - 1 ' ' - Af?-A .-. .A-A - '1-r'f- 'E f-,-X " f- 'N f- rj- -K,.,f-s -N ,-s,. fr f-- 1- F. f'1,PsImu" BOYS GIRLS ATUST POPULAR lg0g?ldLKf1iil11f new Soslgweg . 0 , ippo argare 'ou REST LQUKINQ James Miller Dorothy Atwater Richard Rocker Margaret Gould REST DRI-35555 . Edward Mitchell Margaret Gould Donald Knight Dorothy Caldwell BEST ATHLE1-E . Robt. Lippoth Katherine Lukaes . Parmer Maxwell Dorothy Henderson BEST ALL-AROUND Richard Rocker Flora. Kaiser . Robt. Lippoth Katherine Lukacs IVONE XTOST FOR CLASS Robb. Frost Flora Kaiser . Donald Knight Rebecca Gifford MUST PROMISING Robt. Frost Frances Anderson Donald Knight Flora Kaiser Mosr Errmem Donald Knight Flora Kaiser . Geo. Larsen Rebecca Gifford VVITTIEST Rufus Murray Dorothy O'Connell . Robt. Lippoth Vera Southwell SMARTE51- Herbert Blau Helen Mandels Chas. Neuman Flora Kaiser CFTEST . YVm. Scherman Margaret Gould . Leonard Brown lrene Standing B1-151' DANCER . Parmer 'Maxwell Vera Southwell . Robt. Lippoth , ,Margaret Gould CLASS BABY . Wm. Seherman Frances Stork Stephen Lewis Doro thy VVinan S CLASS CLOWN MUST IUUSICAL Mosr SI-INTIMENTAL CLASS BLUFFER MOST STUDIOUS Mosr DRAMATIC XIOST CARE1-'REE Arthur Schai Rufus Murray Roger Van Duzer Louis Katz Perry Rathbone Chas. Kirchoff Chas. Kirchoff . Gregory Draddy Chas. Neuman . Herbert' Blau . Thos. O'Connell Parmer Maxwell Grego I Chas. ry Draddy Kirchoff Mary Osgood Mary Jane Burke Sylvia Cantor Vera Southwell Mary Osgood Mary Cook Mary Osgood Mary Cook Helen Mandels Mary VVeimer Fran ces Anderson Mary Jane Burke Edith Clark Mary Osgood Page Sirfx fra 0 'S ' W 'D -- ft SENIOR CLASS HISTORY W HEN the Class of 1929 entered High School, to all appearances one might have thought it just another class. But not so, for in review- ing its achievements of the four years now almost concluded we see that this class is just a little finer. The Freshman year was schooled out in the old High School which is now the Central junior High, under the administration of Benjamin Platt, with Roald Morton, Vice-President and Mildred Kahn. Secretary. The House, the Freshman debating society, had a very successful and enjoyable year. The Camera Club was organized 'by the Freshman and recognized by the G. O. The Class of l929 to begin their reputation sent about eighty-five students to the Scholarship Club. The Class of '29 moved to the new Senior High School in the Fall of l926, thus to be the First class to complete the full three years in that build- ing. Our Sophomore President was Roald Morton who had as his aides Donald Knight, Vice-President and Yiiilliam Rennie, Secretary. The class was well represented in the Scholarship Club and in the other school organ- izations. The boys and the girls came forward with successful class basket- ball teams, Although no sophomore was fortunate enough to make the trip to Florida with the football team several second team letters were won. The inter-class track championship was won by the Class of '29 for their first time. Thus the Orange and Black finished their second year. lt was in their junior year that the class distinguished itself and esftab- lished a good reputation Cfinanciallyj. The administration of Robert Frost with Dorothy Caldwell, Vice-Presidentg Vera Southwell. Secretary and Richard Rocker, Treasurer, was a Republican one from the viewpoint of prosperity. All the dues were collected and with the money made on the Prom, the Orange and Black established itself. The outstanding event of the junior year was the junior Prom tendered the Class of '28 Besides being a financial success it was a thoroughly enjoya-ble social achievement. The boys again won the inter-class track meet, defeating the Seniors and the Sophomores. The girls not to be outclassed also won the inter-class track meet. The Class of '29 resolved at the termination of the junior Year to carry on its good name and better it in the Final year. Robert Frost was again elected to be President, Dorothy Caldwell to be Vice-President, Frances Anderson to be Secretary, and Richard Rocker, to 'be Treasurer. The Class though the worthy efforts of the Pin and Ring Committee established the precedent of a standard school ring and pin. "Rollo's Wild Oat," the Senior play. was very well produced and was very successful. The Senior Prom was well attended and was considered a success financially and socially. The committees have been selected for Senior Day and to all appearances a successful day is to be enjoyed. The '29 Year Book speaks for itself. To carry out their endeavors of the Sophomore and junior years the girls claimed the inter-class championship in hockey, volley ball and basketball. The football team tied Mt. Vernon for the county championship. The hockey team won every game it played and the baseball team was on the way to its second county championship at the time of writing. XYith these achieve- ments in the Senior year the Class of '29 concludes its course in the New Rochelle Senior High School. Page Sixty-three' 15 o f--JN e - M W N w N Q LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF THE CLASS OF TWENTY-NINE if E, the Class of '29, faced with prolonged absence from our dear Alma Mater. in order to keep alive living memories. make firm our ideals upon the restless. rising. roaring fthe 3 R'sj generation and provide for the common defence against those tyrants of democracy-Lingley and McMaster-do ordain and establish. by and with the mutual aid of our- selves, this last sad will and testament. Though loath to leave these memorable yellow halls and brown floors, we must depart hence and leave behind numerous worthless things. There- fore we magnanimously do bequeath them to those herein below inscribbed in three or more indefinite parts. No. l. To THE JUNIORSZ l. Another year of "tramp, tramp, tramp around the old lake, boys." 2. Free tickets-G. O. members ten per cent reduction-to our ninety-first annual reunion. 3. Our upper story, sea-view rooms wherein we hope you will never break. but strive to uphold with your very alarm-clocks. the time-honored tradition of never being late more than Five times a week. No. 2. To THE Sovnouokltsz 1. The use of the white shellacked stepping stones placed at ten foot intervals in the center and extending to any shore of stormy Lake Mahlsteclt. 3. The honor of seeing Mount Vernon, loving Mount Ver- non. defeated in the first great football battle in the newly-seeded. closely-attached. greenly-fenced and dearly-paid-for athletic field. , No. 3. To THE CI.Ass or '4O: l. The new bridge built over our neighborly lake by the Model Engineers Club in conjunction with the United States Steel Corporation. 2. The 'honor of being the eleventh class to follow us: our modesty restrains us from saying more !!! No. 4. To THE ScHooL AS A XY11or.1-3: l. The campus-don't climb the trees. 2. The lake-don't go in swimming. 3. The drugstore-"closed during lunch hourfl 4. The auditorium-use intelligently. 5. Mr. Cummins-and plays, and plays. and plays. 6. The councilfwhat is passed. is passed and cannot be unpassed. 7. "Happy vacation." Anyone desiring to puiblish this will must receive full written permis- sion from the undersigned. li this will is contested a S30 tiiftyj prize may not be offered for the winning contestant. THE CLASS OF '29 Per CHARLES NEUMANN. Page Sixty-faizr m e Mau W J' Page Sixty-19m fi Q f, E lu -Tfjffv 3 H ei, G W 6 X M re 75 J la xt? I ,-.ill 7 -Y C X THE JUNIOR CLASS P1'0.rz'dent ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,A,,,,AA,,,,,,,,,Y,,,,,,, G ILUERT KLEMANN Vice-Prcsidmif ,,,,., ,,,, 3 TARY Louisa MCNULTY .Srrretarfy ..........AA, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, D oRoTHY BALL T7'6LltVlLl'U7 .....A,,..,,,,,,, ,,,,,A,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,AA,,,,,,,,, J OSEPII N1-:YER Faculty Adzfi.rcrs A,,,A,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, , Miss LECOUNT, MR. N1cHoLs ANY classes of various distinctions have been in the New Rochelle High School. Some have been outstanding mentally, and others have been outstanding physically. However, we, of the Junior Class feel that we have attained an ideal balance of brain and brawn. Although the Junior Class does not abound with f'wizards" and "gen- iusesf' nevertheless it has a number of persons possessing superior mental ability. XYe are well represented in the various school offices where mental ability is required, and can boast of our representation in the scholarship club. The Junior Class does not lack brains to guide it. In the athletic field we also claim recognition. In all sports we have had a flattering representation. Many Juniors have gained places on the various first teams and have executed their jobs with a spirit and manner fine to behold. If you observe the second teams you will notice that there are Juniors who are ready to step up and occupy first team places next year. There is no doubt that the Juniors know their sports, Now. in regard to organization. This year we have formed a strong class organization under the leadership of Gilbert Klemann. president, Mary Louise McNulty. vice-presidentg Dorothy Ball, secretary, and Joseph Meyer, treasurer. The Junior Class Council may be commended for the work it has accomplished. However, most of the strength of our organization can be attributed to the help of our class advisers, Miss l.e Count and Mr. Nichols. The Junior Class expresses the sincerest wishes for success to the Sen- iors, the Class of 329. Pagr Si.ri3'-serialz 6 , .3 C375 r' 'D C' N N53 Vg! Lxaxv -if Aww' In 1331 , Ar i f t SJ ie as we ' ' , 'i ,Q-1 Z' A I - X , 32:55 s 5- ' af' ' P hi . . S T'-4 . ' 5 .fe it i - l 11' R . iles F wr ul ' A 9T?f .-" s . .S s..- Q. -infra .1 f - .. y G i f. f fl K . E flgniftg- 1 il.. , f X l r -1 - Q '- :Ea af! ' E s'2LslQ,EjQ1 , QZ E QIL f . i ' s f r .11 7 ci . Je.. f a-1:f.,, if .5 f X E ' 2 f ,,, X f gli- ' X ET.-445 E! 3? ....,., ' g 1 . ' - 4 -i:v ...I . gear- '- Y :rag fi . gi 329 R" X arf? . SEE fi g- fe- - J L f:-El- - - , ' : ' ' ' rzagesifx ' ij g I fi .sv l soP1-ioMoRE cLAss i Presidmzf ......A....A. ,.....,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,..,,........ C . XMILLE joiznixx Vice-President ..,,. ......,, D Ionx BAT'rizRsoN Secretary .,YY,Y,,.,,,.. Evmi-:rr SOLTMAN Faculty Adrfixw' ,,,,,,,,.., ' ......,.,,...,,,,,,,,,,,Y..,,,,A,,,........A.,... Miss joivizs EPTEMBER, 1927, will be long remembered in the annals of High School life in this city as the month and year in which the now famous Class of 'Sl was Under the able President, and Ruth junior High School. which our many act the Harmonica, and duced the play "The had a run of several vities, our class as a work of the school organized to start its enviable career. guidance of Gordon Link. President, Vail Cliff, Vice- Marschalk, Secretary, we passed our first year in the Here, weorganized among ourselves various clubs in ivities centered, such as the Camera. the Engineering. the Aviation Clubs. and a Dramatic Club which prof Vault Door," whose success was so 'pronounced that it days at Proctor's Theatre. Aside from these club acti- whole has more 'than held its own in the more serious curriculum. ln June of 1928, we were graduated from the Junior High School. the hrst class to receive diplomas which entitled us to continue our courses in the Senior High School. We began by electing Camille Jordan, Presidentg john Batterson, Vice- President, and Everett Soltmau. Secretary. Our class members have entered actively into all the established fields of endeavor. so that the class of 'Sl is . . . W . N I - now well represente ship club. Vve are an aggr d in all the social and athletic groups and in the scho ar essive aggregation of energy. strong in numbers, muscle, wit and ambition. The members of the Class of '31 aim to raise some dust of our own, sufficient at least to engulf that floating back to us from any of our boastful predecessors. Page Si.rl3'-nine J' sg Q 2- GENERAL ORGANIZATION COMMITTEES GREAT part of the G. O. work is done by the G. 0. committees who receive no recognition for their service. There are several standing committees of major or minor importance and several which func- tion until their work is completed. The Election Committee has charge of all G. O. elections for the school year. The Budget Committee is composed of students who prepare the 'budget of the G. 0. for the ensuing year. The Constitution Committee has charge of reading and filing the constitutions of all clubs and organizations under the G. O. The Finance Committee handles the ticket sale for athletic and non-athletic affairs. The Non-Athletic Awards Committee draws up the point system and figures out the students who are to receive awards. This year an Investigation Committee reviewed and revised the Purple and XYhite policy. The Amendment Committee prepares the amendments to the constitutions and submits them for consideration and vote. The chairmen of the various committees this year were Kenyon Gardner. Martin Dwyer, Betty Kingled, Edward Mitchell, Rebecca Gifford, George Eckels, Jr., and Perry Rathbone. Page Seziczzty y ,W rg, . Y g Gmgpnhadiunz M wh 5 L-:L LJ' -fm., 4? "" E M-Q Q "' "'i P XWB?a 4 ' V AIHLQE wt' 4 1 1 gi :- fj W F At. we a P- I we V was M f I IJPIUIIP -.HX f , u EVM , 7-'7 " ,1lU,. f! .' qmn Eli' F' "4 nw. 2'5.iE.' Page Scwzzfy-0710 NE, vvqxwx' A Page Sewfrfy-two - ef, 9 W it X W 'ire THE GENERAL ORGANIZATION HE largest and foremost organization in our school is without doubt the General organization, commonly called the G. O. It would be hard to picture our school without the G. O. Briefly, the G. O. is the student government body which controls all clubs. organizations. athletics and everything pertaining to school life outside the class room, including the Traffic Squad, which regulates corridor and lunch-room conditions. There are five regular meetings of the entire student body. or rather of the mem- bers of the G. O., at which all matters pertaining to the G, O. may be brought up. No student who is not a member of the G. O. may hold office, belong to any organization, or play in any athletic sport. The G. O. functions through the Executive Council composed of the President. Vice-President. Secretary, Treasurer, Principal. Dean of Gi1'ls'. Boys' and Girls' Physical Directors. two faculty advisers of non-athletic organizations, seven student representatives of athletics, seven student repre- sentatives of non-athletics, Purple and XYhite representative. and Captain of the Traffic Squad. Council meetings are held every first and third Monday of the month. The third meeting of every month is open to students to attend. The most outstanding work of the G, O. this year has been the reorgan- ization of the cheer-leadersg revision of the G. O. and A. A. constitutions, revision of the non-athletic award system, revision of the athletic letters, presentation of the G. O. Dance, which will probably go down in school history as the most outstanding' social and financial success yet to be held, drawing up of a set of G. O. By-Laws. reorganization of the financial system which now includes a Finance Committee, reorganization of the Purple and lYhite, reissuing of charters to all recognized organizations, filing of consti- tutions for all recognized organizations, and the publication of a school song pamphlet which will include all the songs written for New Rochelle High School. Page S!'T'Pllfj'-fI1I'I'l' og W 6' W o f ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION COUNCIL OF GENERAL ORGANIZATION Ch aiirfinan ......., Secretary ,,,..,.. Principal .,....A..,. Dean ..,........,.,,A,,,,,.,,,,,,,,Y,,,,,,,,,,,,, ......l.THEODORE MASSOTII ........Kl4THERINE LUKAcs GEORGE EcKELs ........M1ss LoU1sE E. FLAGG Presidenf of G. O .,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,A,,,,,, .,7,........,..,....,, D ONALD KNIGHT Girls' Athletic Representative ,...... B oys' Athletic R8'PTES671lU-ll7"6 ....,,,. Senior Athletic Represeiztaitizfe ,,,,... Senior Athletic Representatizfe ......., Senior Athletic Representatizfe ..,..,,. Junior Athletic Rejwesentatifzfe ..........,. Jnnioif Athletic Representativfe ,,v,....,,.. ..... Soplzoiiiore Athletic Representative ...,.... Miss FLORENCE ERRANT ,..,.,MR. DANIEL P. OlBRIEN ..,..,.,..,.RICHARD ROCKER ...,,,.THEoDoRE Massorn ,,.....K.XTHERINE LUKACS ,..,,,,,,,,,,..GRAHAM ONG ..,,,..,...,,,.IYIARY LODER ......DONALD HINMAN Soplioufzore Athletic Representative .,.,..,.,,,,...,...... DOROTHY EXVANS ITH little doubt, the most important committee under the General Organization is the Athletic Committee. The business transacted by this organization, since it exists under the authorization of the Gen- eral Organization Council, is not completed until it is reported to and acted upon by that body. This arrangement provides a system of checks and balances similar to that found in our National Government, and, accordingly, prevents rash action or extravagance in the management of the school's athletic interests. Regular meetings are held on the fourth Monday of the month and are composed of the principal of the school, the dean, the G. O. president, the boys' and girls' physical directors, three Senior, two Junior, and two Sophomore representatives. Page Sezfeiity-fain' fe W in W J' THE GIRLS' CENTRAL COUNCIL President ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, A,,A,,,, F LORA KAISER Vice-President ...., -ffr E DITH ESKRIDGE Secretary ,,...,.....,... 1 .,Y,7 FRIED.-X ADELMAN Faculty Adviser ,,,,,, ,,..,A,A,,,,, M Iss FLAGG HE Girls, Central Council is a newly chartered organization in the N. R. H. S. It has been started this year under the supervision of Miss Flagg, to promote activities among the girls and for other worthy purposes. The Council consists of one representative elected from each of the girls' registration rooms, with the exception of Senior rooms which choose two delegates. This group has met regularly on Tuesday mornings during registration period. In this, its hrst year, the Council has been thoroughly organized. XVorth- while things have been accomplished and it promises a very prominent future with further development and expansion. Page Sevcizty-five fe W 'D I W c f' TRAFFIC COUNCIL Cliaiifmang Captain of the Traffic Squad ....,....... GEo. E. LARSCN Secretrzry' G. O. Council Representative ....,,.,.... BETTY KNIGHT Boys' Represeiztatiw ,..,....A,,,.,.A,,,,.....,A,,......... HOWARD 'BENEDIKT Girls' Reffresmifatiw ,,,,,,,, .i,A.........,..,.,..... IX 'IARY KING Faculty Adzdrci' ,.......,, ,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, ll TISS VV. G. CARPENTER HE Traffic Council was established to act as a judiciary branch of the Traffic Squad and to try all cases of infractions of its regulations. lt has aimed to maintain a constructive policy that sought not so rnuch to punish the offenders as to bring about an active appreciation of the wisdom of 'these rules. The Council has endeavored to show no parti- ality in giving fair decisions. In the main, the attitude of the students brought up has been excellent in their subsequent helpfulness, Through rhe united efforts of the Council and students concerned, definite progress has been made this year in securing co-operation in carrying out the traffic regulations and thus furthering student government. Page Smfeizfg'-5i,1' ee, TRAFFIC SQUAD Captain ......... .,,,,.A,,,w.,,,,,,,, 7,,,,,,,.......,,,, G E URGE E. LARSEN Lieutcmmkj STRVING CQELLMAN ' """" """'A 2 KENYON GARDENER 'THEODORE MASSOTH FLORA KAISER CLARENCE FRANK RonI:RT 'W ARD VYIRGTNIA ELDREDGE M.XRTIN DWYER FRlxNcEs ANDERsoN RUFUS BTURRAY BURR TJPPER ROGER XTAN DUZER Scrgcauls ..I... ,I,,. I T the beginning of the school year the members of the Squad are elected from the Junior and Senior Classes by their respective Coun- cils. The Captain is elected by the whole school. Thus every posi- tion on the Squad is an honorary one. After the bell ending the period has rung, the guards on hall duty go to their respective posts. Their duty is to keep trafic moving and preserve order wherever it is necessary. Those on lunch room duty patrol the room and keep the trays in order. ln addition, there are guards posted at each door. The Squad commenced to function on the second day of school and through its efforts a greater degree of student co-operation has been attained. Page .S'e1'c11iy-.vc'z'e1L I' s o lliqlifimga 0- THE SCHOLARSHIP CLUB President ......,.,.,,.,.,A,,,,,,,.A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,x,,.,,,,.A,,.,...,.,.,,, FLORA KAISER Vice-President ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..,A ,...., G I LBERT KLEEIANN Secretary .......,,,,...,...,....,.,.,.,.,...............................,.. JOSEPH NEYER Advisers ,........,,,,AA, ,,., lk Iiss Fosriziz, MR, VVELLMAN, DR. SPEAR HIS year the Scholarship Club has been not only an honorary society but also an active organization of the school. The annual production of Tony Sarg's Marionettes, the proceeds of which are donated to the Scholarship Fund of the New Rochelle High School, was staged in the beginning of the year and was a great success. During the year. the club has had interesting and instructive lectures at its meetings. Mr. Lester Albertson, a graduate of the New Rochelle High School, gave an inspiring talk about the value of scholarship in a professional career. There are about sixty-five seniors, thirty-four juniors, and forty-seven sophomores in the club. These numbers indicate a high degree of scholar- ship in the school. The record of the senior class is especially notable. Page Sewlzty-eight 'r o W 'D X W J' DEBATING HE 1928-29 Debating Class held as members of the c ourse: Misses Goldsmith, Mandels, YVales, Clarkson, Kahn, Mooney, Vtfeimer and Gellman, and Messrs. Barber, Gellman, O'Connell, Ruskin, Dwyer, Eckels, Goldman, Neyer, Asmus and Scheiner. This year the class presented the following major debates: Annual Junior Class Debate fNov. 16D Annual Senior Class Debate CDec. 7D Interclass Junior-Senior Debate QFeb. SD Sophomore Debate QMarch 285 Yonkers-New Rochelle Debate CApril lSj Annual Mt. Vernon Debate fMay 71 The usual awards were presented. Mr. Brenton is instructor and adviser in the subject. Page Svzfwziy-Jriizc oi, Q W 6 W r' LE CERCLE FRANCAIS President .,,,,,,.....,,,,,, ,.,.A . .,,. P '1zANco1sE QUENEAL' Vice-Prc.vide11t .,..,,,,.AA, ,,,,,,,.,,. . ARTHUR EMERY Sewcfary-Treaxmfer ,,,.,.,,.,..,.,.........,...,,,,..,,,,.,,,.,,, JAMES BTILLER HE French cluib is serving as a stimulus to the use of the French language among the students. The club is open to all French pupils from the second year of French on and who have a passing average. At each meeting an interesting program is given. Songs. plays, speeches on some French subject. The club generally gives an assembly program during the year. This year it is working in co-operation with the Local History Club on a play on the founding of New Rochelle. XVith the co-operation of Miss Rigouard, its faculty adviser. the French club had a very successful year. VYe all hope that it will continue to flourish during the years to come. . Page Eighty 'S ul 'D W A 'U EL CIRCULO CASTELLANO President ....,7,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,A,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,A,,.,,,,, EDWARD MITCHELL Vice-President ...., ,,,,,,, C AROLINE BEREA Secretary .....AY,,,,,.. YYYY,,, G ERTRUDE LoPEz Faculty Adviser ..,..,.,,,..,......,,,.,,,,.,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,.,,,,.A.. MR, FLAHERTY L CIRCULO CASTELLANO, one of the oldest organizations within our spacious halls, has behind it a noteworthy record of past achieve- ments. It was formed with the prime object of arousing general interest in the ideals, manners, and customs of Spain. To accomplish this end, short plays, songs, reviews of Spanish literature, etc., have been pre- sented to the members, from time to time, which have been well received and have, we are sure, proven most beneficial. Mr, Flaherty, the faculty adviser, has given up much of his valuable time to make the work of the club successful. ' It is sincerely hoped that in the following year and those to come El Circulo Castellano will carry on and rise to an unprecedented position among the language groups at New Rochelle High School. Page Eighty-one fs W e THE GERMAN CLUB President .,...,A,,,,,, ,...,,,, H ERBERT BLAL' Vice-President .,,,,. ,... C EILBERT C1.EM13Ns Secretary ,,,,,,,,,A,, ,,,. I QOBERT NATHAN Faculty Adzriser ...,,,,. ,,,,,,,,A ....AA,,,,,,,,.....,.....,,,,,,,,..,,. R I Iss jones HE German Club was formed near the close of last yearg consequently this has 'been the first year of its activity. The purpose of the club is to stimulate interest in the German language. All meetings are conducted in German. Since the enrollment of the German classes is not year classes are eligible, and large, all members of the second and third also those of marked ability in the first year classes who are recommended by the Executive Board. In the future, when the German classes are larger, the membership of the club will probably be more limited. The crowning achievement of this year's activity was the Christmas party. Under the guidance of Miss Jones, German songs were rendered and a short play was presented. in which Edmund Kauzmann and Ruth Berk took the leading parts. The scene represented a toyshop shortly before Christmas. Apparently all present enjoyed themselves, Page Eiyliiy-irco 1-C an 't t W 'D +N rs C-, THE CLASSICAL CLUB Presidwli ..,..,,,..A ,,,, E DWARD MITCHELL Vice-President ...,, ,,,, K TAIDA FUKIESHIMA Secretary ......,,...... .C,,.,,. E DITH EsKR1DGE .Faculty Adzisea' ,,,....,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,AA,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,, Miss CARPENTER ALK about spiritualistic mediums! We challenge any one to produce the peer of the Classical Cluib in this respect. For have we not. through its supernatural powers, beheld mighty Caesar command that tenth legion of his? Do we not still hear, ringing in our ears. the invectives of Cicero against an unspeakable wretch, one Cateline? Has not heroic Aeneas, fleeing the walls of burning Troy, passed before our view? Did not their ghosts, stalking through our own special forum, admonish us to beware the Ides of June? And have we not found many a what and why of today explained by that mystic past? I ask you. But, seriously, folks, it is remarkable the way this club in the short space of one school year fits firstj has risen meteorically to a place among the foremost organizations in New Rochelle High School. The fine attend- ance and co-operation of the members has brought about varied programs uf erudition and humor expressed in music, drama. talks, games, oratory and refreshments-yea, 'tis a club indeed. Page Eff1l1fj"fIIl'l?U fe uf W ft LOCAL HISTORY CLUB President .....,,.,,,,.,....,.,,,,,, ....,,,,,,..,,,..,,.....,.....,,, I iUFUs MURRAY Vice-President .,,A. .....,.,... H ENRY STANLEY Secretary .,,,.,.A..... ............,. C AMILLE SANZA Faculty Adzfiscr .,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,A. .....,.,.......,.,. lv IR. HERBERT NICHOLS HE Local History Club this year under the supervision of Mr. Nichols has been very successful. Two regular meetings have been held each month. Speakers of local prominence have spoken before the club. Many of the programs have been given by 'club members, Combined with the French Club a play has 'been written with the plan of producing it lor the school, giving something of the life of the Huguenots in France and their settlement in New Rochelle. The excursions made by this club are well known and they have not been left out of this yearxs fall program. Trips have been made to all the historical spots in XN'estchester County as well as in our own city. There is a membership of sixty students in this club. Anyone studying history is welcome to join. F Il I I ,f4'rf42' . x' ,M as 6 o-016 ,f Vfvaxxfl W pf' Page Eighty-fam' X, 'x. ,f N W 'D W 'K S 1 MODERN HISTORY CLUB President ........A,,,..,,.A.,,,,,.,,,.A,,x,,,,,,,,,,,,A,A.,..,,,, HOWARD BENEDIKT Vice-President .... .,,A, R UTH GRAHAM Secretary ......,,,,.,, ,,,,, S TU.-XRT 'BARBER Faculty Adviser ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,.,......,,,,,,,,,,,, MR. DURFEE HE Modern History Club is now completing its second year of work. This year many speakers well versed in Modern History have been brought before the members. The club does not aim to have a large membership, but merely a mem- bership of those who are really interested in history. The entire member- ship of the club for the current year is about twenty students. The club meets under the leadership of Mr. Durfee, its faculty adviser, every two weeks. Page Eighty-five ef, 9 W " X W C ir' CURRENT EVENTS CLUBS President ...,....... .... l . GEORGE E. LARSON Vice-President ,,v,. ..,,,......., R OBERT FROST Secretary ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,.. K ixTui3RIN1z LUKAcs Famflty Adwiscr ....,..., ,,..,.,,,.............,........ H ENRY G. VVELLMAN INCE some of the students felt a need for a Current Events Club for the purpose of creating and increasing interest in current events, both national and international, such an organization was formed at the beginning of the school year, on Constitution Day, September 17th. The club meets twice a monthg one meeting deals with national events, and the next with world events. At each meeting a questionnaire is answered by the members, which is run in the form of a contest. Although a new club. it has a flourishing membership and more people are admitted from time to time. Three prizes of 315, 510, S5 in gold are awarded each year for character, scholarship, interest and knowledge of current events. Page Eighty-.vi.!' e o W Q W 0' JUNIOR RED CROSS President .,.,,,,,,,,,, .,.,,,,,,, iN IABEL RISKUS Vice-Prcndczzt .,,,,, ,,,,,, D OROTHY HARMS Secretary .,,A...,,,A,,,,, ,7,,,,AA,,,,,,,,,,.,7.,,A..,..,,,. L Esuiz BARKER Faculty Advisers ,,,,,,,,,...,,,,........ Miss L. FLAGS, Miss A. ADAMS H HOSE who are happiest are those who do the most for others." This is the secret of the excellent work performed by the members of the Junior Red Cross. Their purpose is three fold, namely: to ro-operate with the parent organization by spreading joy in fulfilling needs of the community, to stand ready for assistance in time of disaster, and to spread good will between nations. Examples of their work are: two parties for Fifty sickly children at Grasslands, assistance to the New Rochelle Day Nursery. a Christmas enter- tainment for hospital children, appropriate gifts for those at Ft. Slocum, and financial aid to worthy causes. A most interesting and educational pic-- ture book was made and sent to children in France for study in geography, Membership to this clwb is open to all. Pane Eiglzly-.rewlz 'S W Q W i f BANKER'S ASSOCIATION President ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,A .,,,,,,,,,....,,,,,... J ERROLD RUSHIN Vice-President .,,,. .....,,,.,A. G EORGE JARVIS Secretary .............. ,.,........,.. S TUART BROWN Faculty Adviser ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, MR. HERBERT TONNE ROBABLY the most active club in the school is the Banker's Associa- tion. They go about their duties bi-weekly and Collect the bank deposits of the school. This year the General Organization has for the first time recognized the value of the services of the Bankers and has awarded them credits toward a Non-Athletic award. Under the guidance of Mr. Tonne the association has collected approximately 34,000 during the past year. Page Eighfg -eight 'rg fffiw 6 , THE ARTS AND CRAFTS CLUB President ,,,,,,,,,,,,A ,,AA,,,, , A ,,,,,,, NTARY K. LUUGIIRAN Vice-President ..,. ,,,, lk IARGARI-:T M. PALMER Secretary .....A........ ......., F RIEDA AADELMAN Faculty Ad'Z'iS6'l' .....,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,....,,,,.............,........ Miss ENGLEBRERT HE Arts and Crafts Club, one of the most popular and mflst active organizations of the school, was formed in 1923 under the supervision of Miss Engelbrekt, art instructor, for the purpose of stimulating the interest in various arts and crafts. The club this year has chosen as its mediums: leather-tooling, lbatik, tie-dying, fabric painting and block printing. Any present or former member of the art department may join the clubg but because of the type of work carried on, the membership is limited to thirty. Each year the quota is quickly lilled and there is a long waiting list. This year a group of members have made a hanging for the rear wall of the art room. The medium used was wax crayon on silk. It is hoped that this will form a precedent in coming years, for the members of the club to make some decorative article for the school. Page Eighty-nine NE, W 9 W 'l k gf CHESS CLUB PI'CSl'dUl1f ..,,,,,,.,,,, ,Y,Y,.. X YALTER RoTHc111Ln Svcrefary ,,,,..,.....,... ,..,,.,........,.......,.. P AUL FINK Faculty Adviser .............,,,.....,,,,,,,,,.. MR. GEORGE E. GREELEY HE Chess Club of the New Rochelle High School has had a very prom- ising year. Although it lacked the success of the several preceding years it nevertheless brought out several talented chess players that had not been heard from before. The team, composed of Vllest, Blau, Greenwald, Kanegis and Roths- child, drew all its matches. It later defeated White Plains in a play-off that did not count. All the Wlestchester County league teams, Mount Vernon, Yonkers, XVhite Plains and New Rochelle, were very evenly matched, Mount Vernon defeating 'White Plains in the only match that was not drawn. This sub- sequently gave Mount Vernon the championship. The prospects for next year's team are excellent with Clarkson. Moody. Pascoe, and Kapnick improving steadilyg and with XVest, Kanegis. and Rothschild returning to action. Paw Nincty fe 'mfg W J' THE FENCI NG CLUB President .,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,A,, E MANUEL CHARAT V ice-President ,,,,....,,,, ....,YA. C o1.MAN Mooov Secretary-Treasmmr .,.,.. ......,.,,,..,,.. I RA XVALLACH Faculty Adviser ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.A,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, MR. D.fXNIEL O,BRIEN ENCING, a new sport in the high school, was taken up last winter, and has proved a most popular pastime for a great many of the student body. In Europe fencing is the chief sport of the schoolboys and at the University of Heidelburg it is an honor of the highest rank to have a gaping wound on one's cheek, received through competition with the foils, It is the plan of the Fencing Club to put fencing into the class of com- petitive sports. It has already received an offer of membership from the Metropolitan Interscholastic Fencing Association. The General Organization has been most helpful to the Fencing Club in the granting of a large appro- priation with which the necessary equipment was bought. The officers of the club have worked hard in their initial year to create interest in the sport throughout the school and to them goes much of the credit for the past successful season. Almost every member in the club is skilled in the rudiments of the foils and can hold his own with the best in the club for a short period. New Rochelle High boasts of the Hrst fencing team in the XVestchester public school system and interest in the doings of the club is awaiting the coming of another season. Page Xiizciy-one is 9 W 6 W J' MODEL ENGINEERS 'CLUB President ,,,,,,,,,,. ..... A RTHUR RIEGGETT, JR. Vice-President ,,,, ..............., R OBERT XVARD Secretary .,..,,,,AA,,. .......,......,,.. G EORGE JARVIS Faculty Adzfism' ,,.,....,,,.,.,.,,,,.,.....,,,,,,,,, MR. NEIL lxl.-XCNIILLAN HE Model Engineers Club is a newly chartered organization which was started by a group of students interested in model making. This club is the first one to use the exhibition case outside of Room 22-1. Among some of the models exhibited were: boats, railroad car, airplanes. and other interesting models made by members of the club. In time this club should grow to be one of the foremost in the school, because it is n place where a boy can learn about model 'building and meet friends who are helpful. Page Ninety-Itcfo J' s o W fi' THE CAMERA CLUB Prcsidenz ,,Aw.A....,......,A.,, ,,A.....,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,....,...,A,A,,.. R onER'r VVARD Vice-President .... .,..,. H ERBERT ZIMMERMAN Secretary .,,,...,.,,,, .A,.,,,Y,,,, X VILLIAM MARsHALL Faculty Adviser ..,.,,,,.,,..A,.........,,,,AAAA,,,, MR. ARTHUR B. HUSSEY HIS year the Camera Club has 'been trying to develop an interest IH the making of lantern slides by giving demonstrations on the art of making them. Enlarging has also played an important part in the program of the clubg some of the' members are interested enough to try it themselves. The club is now making color pictures in natural color. Some of the pictures turned out by the members with the aid of Mr. Hussey are certainly line. This club is one of the real live ones although the member- ship is small. Fage Ninety-flwce N25 W Q W J' RADIO CLUB President .......,,.A .,...,,,. J OHN THOMAS Vice-President ..,.,....,. ...., C HARLES BIEWMAN Secretary-T1'0a.rurcr .,.,, ,,...,.......,,.. L EONARD L. BROWN Faculty Advisers ................,,,,.......,,, DR. SPEAR and MR. HUssEY HE Radio Club has as its primary object the development of the tech- nical side of radio which is supplemented by the practical assemblage of apparatus. The members of the club that understand the Inter- national Morse code have an interest in the reception and transmission of voice and code on the short waves. In the future the club intends to secure a license from the Federal Radio Commission. As a project this year, the club has constructed a power amplifier to operate a dynamic speaker. This has been used in passed assemblies and will be used in future ones. Page Ninety-fain' 'is 9 W 6 W J' a MATHEMATICS CLUB President ...,.,..,,, .,,A. S TUART BARBER Vice-Presidcni ...., ,,7,,,.... H ERBERT BLAU Secretary ,,,,,......,,, ,,,. E LEANOR CLARKSON Faculty Adzvisrr .,,A,,,,A,A A,,.,,,A,,,,,,, A ,,,,,,,A..,,A,A, Miss CARROLL HE Math Club entered upon its second year of activity with renewed interest. VVith the help of Miss Carroll, interesting and helpful pro- grams were arranged. The work of the club has been very bene- ficial. Vtlith the fine library obtained by Dr. Leonard in 1927, and the Hne spirit of all its members, the club hopes that in future years it may enjoy equal success. The purpose of the club is to further the interest of inatheinatics. The membership is limited to those students who have, or are taking lnt. Algebra, and whose average grades in math. are not below 90 per cent. Page' Ninrtj'-jiw ei, uf as if ji MAJORS' CLUB AND ADVISORY ATHLETIC COUNCIL A Chairman ,,,,,,...,.,,.,.,.......,,,,,,,,.,,.........,.,..... DCJRCJTHX' HENDERSON Vice-Chairman ,,,, ........ C AROLYN ROBERTS Secretary ,,,A.,.,...., .A..., ,,,,,,,.,...... F R IEDA ADELMAN Faculty Adviser ....,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,,.,........,.,,,, Miss FLORENCE ERRANT HE Majors' Club was organized in nineteen twenty-five as an aid in developing efficient majors and promoting sportsmanship. The club consists of a chairman, vice-chairman. secretary, and faculty adviser. All girls who have been elected by their class as majors are eligible to mem- bership, also their assistants. The Majors' Club committees have been quite active this year in doing the work in connection wtth the girls' gym and locker room. GIRLS' ADVISORY ATHLETIC COUNCIL Chairman ,,,.,.,....,,,,,,,,,,l,l,,..,,tt,,,,t..,.,,t,,,l,,,4 KATHERINE LUKACS .S'c'crctary ,.,.,,.......,..,.. MARY Louisi-3 MCNULTY Assistant Secretary ,,,,,,lt, ,,,, ,,,, ,,,...,.,,,,,,,,,,,, D c J ROTHY EVANS Faculty Adviser .,,.,.,.,t,,..,.,.t,,,,,,,,..,.,,,,. Miss FLORENCE ERRANT HE most important work of this council this year was the setting up of a satisfactory constitution and by-laws which would contain all the information and rules in connection with the council and sports in general. The council is planning a Field day during May. Since there will be eight of the county schools represented by their best group Of girls, this will be the most important affair of this year. Page .Yizzvty-.vi.z' 1?- -:bf FZ' I ""' lg - , ,f 7' F ' 'Nr -w-gf if O 9 Q Ei E KF, I 41 Q ,,m. WD 4 in f 1 ' LX 5,61 ,Af XZ, - x 2 JAN V4 All KN YM 5: f ,Hi , ' , Q 1 4-.-FQ 0 Q 16 tm' '- Y ,f N X X K' A Z 2 XX f Z f If " q i W f X 5 5 ? X ff , 1 Z xx gi,,yg,2zi 7 1 s..,kN , 1' x- 1 - f fi l Sxuxmnwfww is JJ' ' Wi. -- H .fig N - - ' ' ' ' , mum ww 3 , ' ,df .." , I. AH'- , ww X iwwvvvfzy :Pi 5, L 2 2 5Wglilglll1v,lfi 1 mm. Page Xiuciy-sc'w'n 'eg W 'D W rc THE PURPLE AND WHITE HE Purple and VVhite is a paper published by the students Of New Rochelle High School. lt is issued twice a month. The paper con- tains all of the current high school news including scholastic events. sports, plays, and even jokes. The paper is one of the best Of its 'kind- having been awarded a prize by the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. The staff includes the following members: Ed1'to1'-in-Chief ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,..i,....,,,,..,,..., Louis G. KATZ, '29 News Editor ........ ..,,, X FVILLIAM SCHERMAN, l29 Sports Editor ......i ,,.,.,.... G EORGE H. ECKELS, JR., '30 Feature Edifm '.... .................. .... E LEANOR LUCAS, ,29 Business Illanagm' .,,,, ,,........ X NVILLIAM VYAN BAALEN, '29 ZVUIUS Slaf ....... Sports Staff ..,,..... K NORNA MCNAB, '30 3 GWYNETH KAHN, ,SO .. ' HOPE CRAMPTON, '30 HOWARD BENEDIKT. ,29 DOLORES XYETMER, '31 g T. HAROLD FORBES, EIR., 331 L DUNBAR REYNOLDs, '30 I GEORGE CRISMAN, '29 l KIXTHERINE LUKACS, '29 KABRAHAM KAZAN, 330 4 BH-Yffff-Y-Y Stag """'At """t't' 2 HAROLD RODMAN, ,SO T y fists .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, Editorial .4 dt'i.rr1's ...,, SK. FITCHARD BERNSWEIG SMISS ETHEL XVIIEELER """'2MR, HENRY DIJRFEE Page Ni :wry-ciglxt C fi C9 THE ROCHELLEAN EVEN fears have passed since the First edition of the Rochellean was published. Each year has brought innovations and each Rochellean has added its bit to the solid foundation made many years ago. The Class of 1929 is the first which has spent three years in this building and this volume with new ideas has risen we believe above the mank of other Rochelleans and we hope will always link us with this building and serve as an example for future classes. Page .Yinefy-nine C9 r' C3 '7 JN ef, -V H- " ROSAMUNDE " HE operetta "Rosamunde" was presented by the musical organization in March before a capacity audience which voiced its approval of the production with spontaneous applause and unstinted praise, Solos, choral and orchestral numfbers were performed in a manner that reflected credit upon Mr. Nye and Mr. Prophett as musical leaders, while the dramatic action, impressive because of its realism, testified creditably to the ability of Mrs. Lyle VVeaver Hall. The attractve ballet dances were coached by Miss Errant. The principals of the cast included Lucille Foote. Frances Xliales, Vir- ginia Eldredge, Dolores Connelly, Alex. Goldman, Roger Van Duzer, Martin Dwyer, Michael Dwyer, and George Jarvis. These students acquitted them- selves splendidly in the portrayals of their respective roles. The chorus numlbered sixty students, the orchestra fifty, and the dancers, ten. "Rosamunde" is the most elaborate production yet staged at our High School and the musical groups gave a superlatively fine musical and dramatic performance, showing professional qualities. There is a definite place in the school life of our students for the prep- aration and presentation of the good operetta, offering as it does opportunity for educational experience in music, dramatics, dancing, scenic art and busi- ness management. As students of high school age have a marked tendency for self-expres- sion in association with others we should provide them with opportunities for the outlet of the emotions along worth while lines, The operetta com- bining the music and the play elements, proves to be a desirable expressive medium. Granted that concert music itself gives direction to emotional expression, in the operetta with its dramatic element, we find various moods even more keenly portrayed. lt is needless to state that interest among the students runs high in the preparation of the operetta and that much greater enthusiasm than would otherwise be the case attaches to the activities of the music department in general, because of the inclusion of the operetta in our plans for student participation in music. Vllhile in any artistic endeavor the participants derive the greatest bene- ht and pleasure, the cycle is made complete by the realization that an audience of adults and students has experienced a keen enjoyment of the production. Music courses offered in our school include Chorus, Glee Club, Orchestra, Rudiments of Music, Ear Training and Melody lYriting. Elementary Harm- ony, Advanced Harmony, History and Appreciation of Music and Mandolin and Banjo Club. Credit is given in Applied Music. One Hulzdred One QD ei, Q W Q X W fir' Q xr, N X THE ORCHESTRA Director .,,. ,.,,.......,,. ...,.,,,....,....,...........,,. B E RNARD B. NYE UR orchestra continues its line development, now having sixty mem- bers and a large variety of instruments. The students receive Regents Credit for the activity. The serious work of the year for this organization was the preparation of the orchestral portions of Schubert's pastoral operetta, "Rosamunde". The orchestra acquitted itself well in the performance of this music, the larger numbers including the Overture, Entr' Acte and the Ballet. This musical organization appears at numerous times each year at such attairs as school assemblies, plays, parent-teacher meetings and lectures, rendering programs of interesting compositions for full orchestra. The conductor of the orchestra is Bernard B. Nye. Director of Music in the public schools of New Rochelle. One Hzmdrcd Two fi. C9 ' WWW 'X SENIOR PLAY HE Senior Play this year brought the Class of 1929 to the front with what was acclaimed by a large audience to be one of the finest Senior Plays ever given. lt was a comedy in three acts, entitled, "Rollo's XVild Oat." The cast was well chosen and acted their roles splendidly, but special mention must 'be given to Thomas O'Connell, who as the hero, "Rollo," was the star of the eveningg Palmer Maxwell. who acted his part of Hew- ston splendidlyg and Andrew Selz, who gave a great characterization of Horatio XYebster. The cast included: Hewston. Parmer Maxwellg Lydia, Mary Cookg Rollo XVebster, Thomas O'Connellg Stein. Howard Seiden- steing Goldie, Peggy Gouldg Mrs. Park Gales, Eleanor VVrightg George Lucas, Perry Rathboneg Aunt Lane. Frances Andersong Thomas Skitterling, Robert Frostg XYhortly Camperdown, XYilliam Van Baaleng Horatio XYe'bster, Andrew Selzg Bella, Eleanor Lucas, One Hmzdred Three NE, 6 W 9 X W -if Our' Hundred Four J-air' DRAMATICS T the beginning of the year's work we were introduced in the assembly. by our principal, to Mr. Hamilton Cummins, who we learned was to be coach of dramatics. The first play which he presented was a one- act farce entitled "The Man in the Bowler Hat." This play was well received by the faculty and students. The cast included: XYife, Frances Anderson, Husband, Michael Dwyerg Villian, Thomas O'Connellg Assistant, George Larsen, Hero, Perry Rathboneg Heroine, Mary Jane Burkeg Man in the Bowler Hat, Palmer Maxwell. Mr. Cummins then followed this with his first big production. The Senior play, "Rollo's VVild Oat," was produced on the evening of November 23. This was acclaimed by the large audience to be one of the best senior plays produced in the New Rochelle High School. At Christmas time the first act of "The Fooll' was given in the assemfbly. It was a stirring piece of work, executed splendidly by the student actors and left a deep impression in the minds of all present. The cast for this production consisted of James Gregory, Alex Coldman, Roger Van Duzer, Loyld Maxwell. Lulius Klein, Karl Klimcheck, Frances Anderson. Doris Dis- brow. Ruth Graham, Isabel Dilfen, Camille Sams. By far the best play this year was "The Valiant," given for the Parent Teachers Association. The audience enjoyed this play immensely and the cast and coach deserve great credit for their splendid work. It was again presented on April 16 for the benefit of the principals, who were visting our school. and for the student body. Those who saw it the first time praised it more the second time. The principals thought, and they were not the only ones, that it was one of the finest amateur shows they had ever witnessed. Thomas o,Connell as the convict, James Dyke, had a most difficult role to play. He deserves great praise for the splendid way in which he protrayed this part. Frances Anderson played the part of Josephine Paris almost to perfection. These two were ably supported by Roger Van Duzer as warden. and Guido De Angleis in the first performance and Andrew Selz in the second performance as the priest, George Daly was the attendant. The last production of the year by the dramatic club will 'be George Kelly's Klever Komedy, "The Show Offf' This is considered one of the great- est American Comedies ever written, XYith an able student cast this is sure to be a fine production. It will be a fitting close to the year's work. 0110 Hmrdrcd Firm' 'r W 5 X W 'if SENIOR PROM HE Senior Prom was held on the evening of Feb. ll. The hall was attractively decorated in the Colors of the class, orange and black. The music was supplied by foe Bohan and his orchestra. This event opened the social year for 1929. It was held in February this year due to the production of the Senior Play in the fall. About one hundred couples enjoyed this dance and praise is due to the committee for its success. One Hzmdrcd Six 's JV at W A GENERAL ORGANIZATION DANCE ERHAPS the most successful G. O. Dance, both socially and financially, ever given in the High School, took place on Friday evening, March the fifteenth in the Boys' Gymnasium. A splendid ten-piece orchestra, the Rutgers Jass Bandits, furnished the music for this occasion and also entertained the dancers, numbering about one hundred and fifty couples. The committee in charge of the affair was headed by Vera Southwell, chair- mang Mr. Bowman and Miss Loomis, faculty advisers, Edith Eskridge, Doro- thy Ball, Marie McCahill, Kenyon Gardner, Ferdinand Mayer and XVilliam Gregory. One HIl1Llf1'Cd Seven e b uf QS! J' I JUNIOR PROM fzmior PVOIII COWl711fliffL"t3 B,-XLL, DOROTHY BECK, ERNEST ECKELS, GEORGE FUKUSHIMA, MAIDA HOWATT, JAMES JARVIS, GEORGE KLEMANN, GILBERT KNIGIITV, BETTY LEVY, EDITH LEWIS, lll.XRIUN MCCAHILL, All-XRIE. Clzairmau MCNULTY, ll,-XRY NEYER, JOSEPH ONG, GRAHAM PELHAM, EUGENE Faculty Azlvisers MISS LECOUNT MR. NICILIOLS LOUISE N truth, we should think of the present and never minfl the future. How- ever. with such a success as the G. O. Dance behind us, we wonder what the Junior Prom will be like. XVe are confident, nevertheless, that It will be as big. if not better, than the previous dances and will be a real tribute and farewell to the Class of 1929. Om' Hundred Eight f -if if A Q I , ? ? "'N L "X f , va E J 'Q ' f Y 3 if f l - 4 + E 5 Agn LI? . i t .x N if r Wlxy VW! AT.-'l.Aq V"----'. J A"' ! V 'vb N M NWS MW is A Alibi!!! P nl mln One Hmzdfcd Ninn I Y f ax Qlxx If xx 99 f X N X X f' XA XI PK il JM 1 Iislxipx ' I. ,. a ... iw.-,B Yi E +2 'i " ' Nil 1i 1 ' W - ' 4 ' 'Yi f 'X 2 'H w 1 I H l i 4' x M i w C 4 Y 3' 1 ww " 5 Lx -lm i -L - LMMAIERJR lp ' s N o W 6' W A One Hundred T ei, 9 W 9 X W r' FOOTBALL Cavjmzin A,,,A ,,.,,, l louizur L1PPo'rH Mazzagei' ,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.A,A..,,,, Is ENNETH RECK Coach ,,,,,,,,..,.........,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, MR. VVILLIAM H. NTCKENNA HE Hrst call for football candidates was issued September 4, 1928. The squad which responded to the call was probably the largest that ever came out. By the time of the first game Coach McKenna had picked out a smoothly functioning piece of machinery to represent the New Rochelle High School. Assistant Coach Haines was picking the best mater- ial possible for the second team, but this was not good enough to stop the first team. On October 6, Brewster came to New Rochelle and our boys pounded the line to a 26 to O victory. The next game, with Roosevelt, proved' to be equally successful for the Purple. The following week Manager Reck had not arranged a game so the squad had a much needed rest. On October 27. the team defeated Yonkers by the score of 13 to 0, and in the following weeks they met Gorton, Mamaroneck and XYhite Plains, and the results were in our favor. At the end of the season New Rochelle and Mt. Vernon were tied for the county championship and met at Mt, Vernon on November 24. The field was crowded to capacity, people thronging the roofs of houses and filling the trees. Everybody was ready for an exciting game and they got it. The game started at 2:30 sharp, and in the first half, two of our star backfield- men were put out of the game with severe injuries. Coach McKenna then put in two substitutes and they played a wonderful game. The final score was a 7-7 tie. At the banquet, held in the school in honor of the team, Raymond Hulsart was elected captain for the season of 1929. James Howatt was elected manager. The high school will lose only a few men by graduation this year: Cap- tain Lippoth. King. lilassoth. and XN'ilkins. The scores for the season were as follows P- New Rochelle Brewster. New Rochelle. Roosevelt. New Rochelle, Yonkers, New Rochelle, Gorton New Rochelle, Xivhite Plains. New Rochelle, Mt. Vernon Total Ou: Hzmdrm' Elmvfz Qi at l QQ s .y ft' . M -g, -r- N x ldv ' BASKETBALL Coach ,..,... A,,,, M R. D.-XNIPQI, P. KYBRIEN Manager ..... ...,...,.,,,, G AY E, M1L1Us, ju. Captain ......,a,,..,,,,.,.A,,,,. ,A,,A,aA,,,a,a,,,,,,..,,,,.,..,, P ARMER MAXWELL ITH only one letter man from last year. Parmer Maxwell, our quintet opened its season of nineteen games by winning from Wlashington Irving 14-ll, then Portchester 26-23, and then Stam- ford High School 23-22. From that time on New Rochelle went into a slump from which it did not come out until it tied Gorton 20-20, and best Concordia Prep. 29-l8. Following that Wlhite Plains took us over by a small score and then we did the same to Stamford, Mamaroneck and Salesian Institute but by larger scores. XVashington's Birthday was celebrated by defeating Mt. Vernon 27-22. After that we lost to Roosevelt, Yonkers, and Wvhite Plains, but closed the season victoriously by scoring over Mamaroneck 33-18. On March ll, the team entered the Manhattan Tournament, the First one this school has gone into. Here it beat Trinity School of New York 28-l0 in the first round, but suffered defeat to St. Michael's of Union City in the second round. Out of twenty-one games played the team won ten and tied one. This year we have had one of the best teams New Rochelle has ever put out but stiff competition was met. lt was better supported by the stu- dent body than ever before. But most of all, Mr. O'Brien deserves credit for his hard work and untiring efforts to whip into shape such a Fine team. Those receiving letters are: Parmer Maxwell. captaing Gay Milius, managerg Vtiilkins, Anderson, Seifert, Zirolnik, Frank, Jones, and Byrnes, captain-elect. One Himdred Twelve sz, ff BASEBALL Coach ....., ,,A.A,,,,,,,,, A IR. Wittiixn H. NTCKENNA Captain ,,A, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,, R oixup A. MoR'roN Manager ......,,,,.............A,.,,,,..,.,AA,,,,,,,,,,,...,,,,,,,.,.. Lows G. KATZ AST year the New Rochelle High School baseball team won the county championship for the first time in 15 years, and so far this season, with practically the same team left from 1923. remarkable results have been attained. Under the direction of Coach Bill McKenna. practice was started early in March for the pitchers and catchers. The rest of the candidates took the held during the last week of the month and played their first game on April ll, on which date Evander Childs High School of New York City was defeated by a score of 4 to 3. in twelve innings, Charley Santoro, voted as the most valuable player in XYestchester County last year, was pitching for New Rochelle and struck out 13 men. Concordia was defeated. 5 to 2, and the team won again by defeating Hastings. 13 to 2. Santoro won his second game of the season by shutting out YYashington lrving with two hits, 11 to 0. Yonkers was defeated by the same pitcher, 3 to 2, making his total number of strikeouts 38 in the three games which he pitched. The first defeat of the year was sustained on May 1 when Stamford gave the Purple a 6 to 2 defeat. despite the fact that New Rochelle outhit their opponents. The lettermen remaining from last year's team are: Roald Morton, Merrill Siefert, Charles 1Vagner, 1Villiam Martin. Parmer Maxwell, George lieintz. Graham Ong, Charles Santoro, Raymond Hulsart, Eugene Cella, Peter Delaucca, and Edward Garrett. Om' Hmzdrczr' Tliirfcm MMM- c' 'D '7 A W W A 6-a-on Q TRACK CLUB President ,.,.,.,,,, ,,,,.,,,...,.,,,,,,, B URR QPPER Vice-Prcsidezzf ,.., ..,,,,,,,, S IDNEY HARl'SHORNE Faculty Adviser ,,,.,,,. ..,,,,,,,,,.,,,,........,.. M R. DANIEL P. O,BRIEN O be eligible for mem-bership in the Track Club, a student must rep- resent N. R. H. S. in a track meet or cross-country race. Although small at first, the club has grown until it now numbers thirty-Five members. XVith these students as a nucleus, the Track Club has gathered candidates for cross-country and track who are intensely interested in pro- moting school spirit and in learning about track and field activitiessthe two aims of the club. By the aid of several members who are gifted in that line, attractive posters have been placed in prominent points throughout the school. These posters have caused much favorable comment and interest concerning the track squad. Students are often seen gathering in groups, to discuss the outlook for the track team. Early in the fall. Arthur Gavrin, famous alumnus of N. R. H. S., member of the N. Y. U. track team, and winner of the Portchester Marathon, was given a testimonial dinner under the auspices of the Track Club. Among those who did honor to Gavrin were Mr. Eckels, Councilman Stanley VV. Church, and Mr. Barlowe, President of the Board of Education. At the present outlook chances are extremely bright for a championship track team. If this optimistic view proves correct, much credit will he due to the Track Club. Om' Hzzzzdrrd Fowfefvz TRACK Coach ....,.. ,.,,,, ll IR. DAANIEL P. UIBRIEN Captain ,,,,..,.,,,, AA.A,...., ,AA,,,,, ,,,,,A,,,,,,,, S 1 n NPQY G. HARTsHoRNE HE call for candidates, issued early in March, was answered by the largest squad ever to report for track practice. The team got oh' to a flying start on April 26. when it defeated the XYhite Plains team by the overwhelming score of 74-l6. New Rochelle winning first place in everv event but one, and making a clean sweep in several events. The team got off to a flying start on April 26, when it defeated the VVhite Plains team by the overwhelming score of 74-16, New Rochelle win- ning first place in every event but one, and making a clean sweep in several events. Last year, as the New York Athletic Club decided that it could no longer loan its track to the county high schools, the VV. I. A. A. championship meet was held on the Mamaroneck High School track. This year it will be held on our own athletic field, giving to New Rochelle High School the honor of being host to the other teams in the most important meet of the track season. The schedule is as follows: May 3-Gorton, at New Rochelle. May 10-Mount Vernon, at New Rochelle. May 18-XY. I. A. A. Meet. at New Rochelle. May Z5-Sectional Meet, at Scarsdale. June S-State Championships. at Syracuse. One Hzmdred Fifteen s t W ew 7 ----7 -- Y 7 --- eg A W in W D ir' CROSS-'COUNTRY Captain ,,,,,, ,,,,A,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,, B URR IDPPER Cggfh ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,,,, MR. DANIEL P. QYBRIEX NE of the largest squads in the history of the school turned out for cross-country this year. Often fifty or sixty candidates were to be seen jogging around the two-mile course or doing exercises in the gymnasium. After a month of careful preparation and instruction under Mr. O'Brien, the team entered the Annual Knights of Columbus Race. In a thrilling con- test we were defeated by Yonkers and Gorton, only two points separating the three schools, however. In the Sectional Race the team Finished third, being beaten by Gorton and VVhite Plains, the latter by only a scant point. In the XV. I. A. A. Race the cross-country team finished second, losing out in a close contest to the undefeated Gorton harriers. However, YVhite Plains, Yonkers, and Mount Vernon were all defeated in the County Championships. First team letters were awarded to Captain Burr Opper, Sidney Hart- shorne, Thomas Cioffari, Joseph Gonyea, Thomas XVatkins. and XYilliam Newell. In the election for next year's captain, a tie vote resulted between lVatkins and Hartshorne, and it was decided to run it off next fall. The meets, with position won, were as follows:- Knights of Columbus Meet - - - Third Place lllanhattan College Race Ninth Place N. Y. U. Freshman Race Second Place N. Y. State Sectional Race Third Place County Championships - Second Place One Hzzizdrrrd Si.1'f0mz N W 4' X M r' HOCKEY Captain .,..,. ,,,A,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,A,,,,,. R o.xLo A. ITURTON Manager ,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, G Eokca LOCKWOOD Couch ......,...,.......,A,,,,.,..........,,.,,A,, MR. XYILLIAM H. NICKENNA HE best material ever to come out for a New Rochelle High School hockey team was on hand at the first call of candidates, and a team was picked with apparent ease. Rocker was goalie, Mayer and Mar- tin wings, Morton center, and Hulsart and Cella defense. This combination was just about the best to represent New Rochelle High School, the offense being exceptionally fast and accurate in their shots and the defense being able to hold the opposing teams to one goal throughout an undefeated season. The season finally opened on February 2 with a thrilling 3 to 0 victory over Storm King School of Cornwall, New York. Mount Vernon, Stamford and Peekskill Military Academy were met and defeated. At the close of the season. Roald Morton was again honored by his teammates with the election for the third consecutive year as captain of the team. The following men received letters: Captain and Captain-elect Roald Morton. Billy Martin, Ferdy Mayer. Dick Rocker. Gene Cella. Ray Hulsart, Karl Klimcheck, Gus VVittnebel. Tom Nelson, Charley Redding, and George Lockwood. The record of the team: New Rochelle, 3, Storm King. O New Rochelle, 53 Mount Vernon. 1 New Rochelle, 63 Stamford. 0 New Rochelle. 2, Peekskill M. A.. O One Hzmdred Sczicrmwi e t W Q X W 'irc TENNIS Captain ,,,,, .........,, F RANK HERMES Coach ..,..,A,..A,,,,,.,,,,.,A..,.....A,,,,,,,,,,,,,.,,.,,,..,,,,, MR. GEORGE GREELY' HE tennis team is starting its season with brighter prospects than it has had in several years. The newly constructed courts on the athletic Field enable the team to play home matches for the First time in many years. The entire squad is composed of Sophomores and Juniors. Included on the squad are: Captain Frank Hermes, XYalter Rothschild, Homer Cable, john Gordon, Victor Anderson, and George Story. Mr. Greely has again lent his aid as coach. A schedule of eleven matches has been arranged. including Pleasant- ville, Mamaroneck, Scarsdale, Fordham Prep., Gorton. Pelham, Peekskill Military Academy, Hastings. Mt. Vernon, and Concordia. Mr. Allen, of .-Xllen's Sport Shop, has very generously donated a trophy to be awarded to the VV. I. A. A. champions. It is the hope of the team that we will be able to keep the trophy in New Rochelle, The team will also enter several tourna- ments, among them, the New York State championships at Poughkeepsie, the Penn. lnterscholastics at Philadelphia, and the Spring Valley tournament at Cornwall. 0710 Ilmzdred Eigfrtfm Glrrhuts mv nag in Alma CEla1i1Qsa Qiuhl school ctttzen o the rst rank who tn the tasks that ell to her rst as student then as secretary last as teacher gave unmeasurzng a glad and able serwce Her loyalty to thzs school lwes stzll wzthtn our hearts and ltke some banner brzght and htgh o ers conttnued challenge to our oun best endeavor When ue entered the lzbrary your smzle o uelcorne made a dark day Ztght and a day o sunshtne more lotely Wtth gentle expert hand you gutded us tnto the uorld o books to share your joy tn thelr cornpanzonshtp and we your lastzng debtors shall hold tn treasured recollectlon the tnsptratlon of your presence wtth us ' ' f fi , ' f , 19 , , 1 . . , 5 . Un Enin BH. ilngrrsa r ' , ' f r ' , f ' ' . I' ' ' ' ' ' , One Hzmdred Nmeteen S ' W ii W D GIRLS' TRACK NDFR the coaching of Miss McPherson, the track teams had a suc- cessful season last spring. Many girls from all classes enthusiasti- cally turned out for practices, ln spite of the fact that the teams had to practice on the road in back of the school, they proved their interest by doing well in the events of the tournament. Some of the main events tea- tured were: baseball throw. basketball throw, discus. fifty and seventy-Five yard dashes: and a relay race. Those who were successful in obtaining highest scores in the meet. Gertrude Voland, Dorothy Henderson, Dorothy Ball, Olga Pearson, Jessie Copland, Caroline Sassano and Mary Lukacs comprised an honor varsity team. The Junior team, which included Dorothy Henderson. Jessie Copland. Mary Lukacs. Katherine Lukacs, Caroline Camillone and Rosalie Eaton won the championship for twenty-nine. The managers were Eleanor lloctor and Virginia Dassler. GIRLS' TENNIS-1928 N the fall of 1923. about thirty girls turned out for tennis from the Sopho- more. Junior and Senior classes, from which twelve girls were chosen for the first and second class teams. This year was the second that the present Junior class won the championship cup. The members of this team were Caroline Roberts, Edith Eskridge, Gwyneth Kahn. Mary Loder, Gyndolyn Appleyard and Maida Fukushima, of which Caroline Roberts was the outstanding player. The girls winning their letters for the first varsity team were Caroline Roberts, Frances XVales, Edith Eskridge, Eleanor Bingham. Gwyneth Kahn. Annette Gabriel and Margaret Bailey, manager. Those winning their second team letters were Dorothy Evans. Mary Loder, E. Schumacher, Gwendolyn Appleyard, Eleanor XYright and Maida Fukushima. FIELD HOCKEY HIS year, hockey was introduced on the list of girls' activities for the First time. The girls were very enthusiastic about it. and cheerfully went down to City Park for practices. Class teams were chosen, and a double round-robin tournament was played. The tournament was won by the Class of '29 The Seniors who received their numerals were: Katherine Lukacs. captaing Frances Storck, Ruth Levy, Jessie Copland. Mary Lukacs. Annette Gabriel. Caroline Camillone, Patrick Douglas. Dorothy XYinans, Blanche Gueranson. and Bernice Fried. Then an "All School Teamn was chosen. This team played one game with Scarsdale. Although they did not win this game, they made a splendid showing. Scarsdale has been playing hockey for several years. and their team was composed of experienced players. Letters were awarded to Lois Freyburg. managerg Caroline Camiillone, Gwendolyn Appleyard. Jessie Cop- land. Marjory Cornish. Annette Gabriel, Katherine Lukacs, Mary Lukacs, Isabelle lllunroe, Dorothy Siemens, Carolyn Sassano. and Caroline XYallacc. ' Om' Hzzzzdrm' Tieezzfg One Hzmvdrcd T-zvcllfy-mm eg View rs GIRLS' BASEBALL HF Girl's Baseball season of 1928 opened April 17 with a call for prac- tice. There was a good showing out from every class and after a few practices there was little difiiculty in choosing the class teams. On May 16 the first game of the season was played between the Seniors and Juniors. The score resulted in a victory for the Seniors of Z2-8. As the Seniors had already won two of the three games to be played. they were con- sidered the champions. The Juniors and Sophomores then played off. on May 21, for second place, the Juniors being victorious with a score of 8-4. The varsity team was then picked with the best players on each team chosen. E. Favor, Tower, A. Gabriel, E. Miller, G. Voland, A. Lukacs. H. Virrill. M. Lukacs. K. Lukacs and C. Roberts were selected. The championship team consisted of J. Tower, E. Favor, H. Virrill, Miller. G. Voland, A. Lukacs. E. Hine, C. Newman, J. Roberts. A. Bradford and ll. Jacobsen as a substitute. GIRLS' BASKETBALL HE girls' basketball practise began on December 1. with a large turn- out. Those who came out were classified, first, as to their grade in school, and then sub-divided into experienced and inexperienced groups. Practise progressed until March, when the interclass games were played. The Sophomores showed promising skill, although they were at a dis- advantage playing against the experienced Juniors and Seniors. lt was a hard struggle between the Juniors and Seniors for supremacy, since the first games resulting in a tie, made it necessary to play three extra games to determine the winner. The first two were won by the Seniors with over- whelming scores. For the second time in our outside games, a new scheme was carried out with success. Besides the usual straight games, both first and second teams three girls from New Rochelle played with three girls from Scarsdale against another team formed in a similar way. ln this manner the game is played for the sake of the sport which promotes socialibility and good feeling among the girls. GIRLS' VOLLEY BALL Faculty Adwiscz' ....,,,,.,...,....,.,..........,.,,,,,,,.,,,...,,.,,,, Miss ERRANT OLLEY BALL for the first time was instituted as a girls' sport. Both varsity and class teams were chosen. The interest shown in this sport proved its success and future prosperity. Those winning their letters on the varsity are: Katherine Lukacs, Mary Lukacs, Dorothy Henderson, Annette Gabriel, Loretta Hall, Jessie Copland, Caroline Camillone, Dorothy Goldsmith, Frieda Adelmann, and the managers, Elizabeth Luby and Eleanor Clarkson. The Seniors had the championship class team. Those on the first team who won their numerals are: Annette Gabriel, Jessie Copland, Caroline Camillone, Dorothy Goldsmith, Mary Lukacs, Katherine Lukacs, Dorothy Henderson, Loretta Hall, and Frieda Adelmann. 0110 Hzmdrcd Tztfelzfy-iim x M One Hzmdrcd Tzwnfy- Nz ree N W Q N W J' U CHEERLEADERS Captain .............,.,... ,.....,......,. R UFUS E. MURRAY Faculty Adziscr ..,,.,,,.,,,.,...,,,,,,,,,.,,,,..,,, MR. HENRX' G, DURPEE T the beginning of this year, on behalf of the General Organization, President Donald Knight appointed a new set of school cheerleaders for the purpose of better organizing school cheering and improving school spirit. The new group consisted of Rufus Murray, whoahad been- elected Captaing Martin Dwyer, Clarence Frank, Kenyon Gardner, Edwin Newman, Dorothy Ball, Edith Eskridge, Camille Sams, and Vera Southwell. Soon they had learned the motions for the cheers, and by means of a few rigorous practices with Mr. Durfee, the Faculty Adviser, their work was 1n shape for the football season. New Rochelle recognized during that season that a great improvement had taken place, both in the cheering itself .and in the manifestations of school spirit at the games. As basketball pro- ceeded, the school saw at least two cheerleaders assigned for every game. and at this writing the squad is preparing for a full spring season in baseball and track. One Hmzdrcd Tzcfmify-foul' Ei! .1 M, ..,1 5 ! 1' ..AV CQ , if X ., Fa if , I Q 'V' A 3 f p I 1 5 xr. - 4' -zi-1:1 ai: x"X 'N 5 -1: 1 , 5 g fs N RH gif ""V ' i - ,", 2 3 lg f 1 f Q EQ W5 1- film '1f'!'-5"ZLi'-" ' 11135 ' fain. l"' ' - . 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" J J i Jlahn oz Ullier Again" QUE are America's largest school annual designers and engravers because We render satisfaction on more than 400 books each year. Intelligent co-operation, highest quality workmanship and on-time deliveries created our reputation for dependability. I .IAHN 8a OLLIER ENGRAVING CO. Tbotographers, Artists and Makers of Fine Printing Plates hr Black or Colors. 817 W. Washington Boulevard - Chicago Telephone MONROE 7080 60.0 8 onotsu -Bidi! fl"-Q u 'Sli , Qgfcx 521 A If you like the Way this year book is printed you may note the fact that We can do the same for you. We are specialists in school and camp printing. Colby 84 McGowan INCORPORATED IZOI CHESTNUT STREET ELIZABETH, N. J. To You and Each of You Members of the Graduating Class We Sincerely Wish SUCCESS Experience has taught us. as it will teach you, that SUCCESS is very largely measured by the service you render others. NEW ROCHELLE AGENCY, lnc. "Insurance ancl nothing else " SIDNEY XY. GOLDSMITH ,-Xl.F3l2R'l' RITCHIIC ARTHUR I DEALY 1 KENNETH IHDUTNGTON JOHN CHERNEY Champlain Studios, Inc. 392 FIFTH AVENUE NEW YORK Corner 36th Street XVisco11si11 1174-5 Class Photographer to the New Rochelle High School Not all pliotographs are Champlain pliotographs-llut most good ones are After School Closes - What? " P1GEoN RACING " The fascination of the sport of racing pigeons can only be appreciated by participation. ' An inexpensive loft-which any young man can construct-and a few young birds to start, are the only preliminary requirements, ln three months the absolute novice can send the birds away as far as three hundred miles and have them race home to their loft at a speed of nearly a mile arminute. lf interested in participating in a beneficial. fascinating and inexpensive hobby. call on any one of the twenty or more fanciers in New Rochelle. each of whom would consider it a privilege to assist you. or communicate with WILLIAM B. GRAY, Jr. Secretary of THE WESTCHESTER COMBINE RACING l3lGE0N FANCIERS 146 MAYFLOWER AVENUE, NEW ROCHELLE Phone New Rochelle 1249 P 15 JOHN STREET NEW YORK IJ II num- Mcmufacturing Specialty Jewelers Class. Fraternity, Club and Society Pins. Rings and Keys. Prize and Loving Cups. Plaques and Trophies, etc. VVe invite correspondence pertaining to special order work. LACKMAN GL COUENHOVE INCORPORATED 12 NORTH AVENUE Phone 4300 General Insurance SECRETARIAL COURSE: Stenography Business English and Business Law, Forms and Touch Typewriting Correspondence Specifications Practical Bookkeeping Business Customs 81 Forms Adding Machine Practice Scientific Accounting Business Ulriting and Office Filing Spelling The solid WESTCHESTER COMMERCIAL SCHOOL 529 MAIN STREET, NEW ROCHELLE, Phone New Rochelle 2744 OPEN ALI. THE YEAR DAY SESSIONS: 8:30 .-XM. to 1:30 P.M. SUMMER SESSION: 8:30 A.M. to 12:30 P.M, NIGHT SESSIONS: Monday and Thursday 7:15 to 9:45 PM N. Y. ENTER NOXV INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION foundation we give you in all things pertaining to the ahfairs of the office will put you in a cominandng position. f , 'Q ffimir , This Year's Graduation Gift lfiii dxwef 'VM W K J' I. Portable RENT A TYPEWRITER DURING VACATION Special Rates for Students X Q2 Illqyfpmrewnoiltceuo Sceufwicrxe Phone 5241 PURCHASE YOUR DRUGS ATIMVIHTHCAL IHHHQSTORE FOUR RIZGI STE R ICD PHARMACI STS IX ATT ENDANCIC H.C.KOEHLER A Pharulacist 148 NORTH AVR, NEXV ROCHICILF Telephone 5393 J-Lmmlammnm ff Sums Clothiers - Furnishers - Valets I 104-106 North Avenue New Rochelle, N. Y. THE MODERN PRESS Superior PRINTING Service 6 SICKLES AVENUE Telephone 9572 New Rochelle, N. Y. ERNEST FISCHER Fancy Groceries and Delicatessen Imported and Domestic Delicacies 338 XYEBSTER AVENUE Phone 7042 New Rochelle, N, Y At N. Y, KY. ik B. Station Gowns and Hats Youthful Models MOLLIE-ANN SHOP 43 H.-XRVVOOIJ AVENUE Rush Printing Orders find immedi- ate attention at our plant. 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Discount to all high school students AIME' DUPONT STUDIOS, Inc. 509 FIFTII AVENUE Ncw York All Graduates of this school are eligible foradmission to Pace Institute -a nationally known and distinctive professional school of technical training in Business Administration Accountancy Secretarial Practise Classes for beginners at Pace Institute prepare high-school graduates for imme- diate earnings. Many Pace graduates are now treuasurers and controllers of large corporations-others are in successful accountancy practise. Field trips to the offices and plants ofthe largest organizations in New York City are conducted especially for day students in the Accountancy School and for day students in the Secretarial School. Students and Parents are invited to confer with the Registrar. Day School - - Evening School Pace Institute 225 Broadway New York I. B. COHEN 507 MAIN STRIQET Young Men's Outfitters Clothes of distinction yet moderate in price Shoes-Hats-Furnishings MORE ABOUT ORTHOGON LENSES There is much to be said in praise of this new and splendid lens. but there is one feat- ure of it that is ptu'ticulai'ly outstanding. Thi- OIVFHUGUN lens gives perfect vision cleat' out to the very edge of the lens. You do not have to turn your head to see cor- rectly-just turn the eyes naturally. .Xu oculist is nn "eye pliysiciaiif' .lust as you place your hotly under the care of a good physician wht-ii you think anything is wrong-he kind to your eyes and place them under the mire of :tn "eye tihysiciniinfaii oc-ulist. 'I'HlGN, let' us fill your prescription with OlL'l"l'lt5GtJN ltnses. J. P. BATTERSON OPTICIAN 584 MAIN STREET N R. 4967 KATHERINE GI BBS SCHOOL Secretarial and Executive Training for Educated Women NEW YORK PROVIDENCE 247 Park Avenue 155 Angell Street BOSTON 90 Marlborough Street One-year course includes technical, eco- nomic, and broad business training, pre- paring for superior positions, Two-year course including six college subjects for students not desiring college, hut wishing a cultural as well as a busi- ncss education. LEONARD TALNER JEWELER Class Rings, Pins, and Charms 565 MAIN STREET New Rochelle, N. Y. A A Z S - g 2 'f-E 7 E f 4.- g 3 , .1 f Q HQUIMMHQ 52 ? ' up f- gf-E , Q 2 E . 1 1 1' Z X y Q f- f N 'BA A 4 .. 'EE Z p CE' Z 0 n ,- 5.5 ,if '3 1 "i-Q' S - ZE Z. ' N ., I 9-a n 22 2 22 5 f -1 .4 4 ,fa QT 'Gab 223


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