Newark Academy - Polymnian Yearbook (Livingston, NJ)

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We have tried to make this Year Book appeal- ing to the entire student body of the school, but in a larger sense, we have endeavored to make this Book one which will be looked at with delight and joy by every member of the grad- uating class, so that in years to come, when we of the Class of 1937 are making our crusade in life and the way seems dark and impenetrable, we may perhaps gain some solace and peace of mind by delving into the pages of this, the 1937 Polymnian. gntrance e resent e medical te Q To one whose kindly influence has long been an aid and inspiration to hundreds of those young students with whom be has come in contact, whose happiness is in helping others, whose character and magnani- mous personality have imbedded themselves deep in the memory of all of us, whose morning prayers have been so uplifting and glorifying to the hearts of students and teachers alike, whose hearty laughter has cheered the souls of so many of us-to one who possesses that admir- able quality of being able to bring out all the good in us, whose very life has been devoted to the preparation of youth with swords of knowl- edge, whose friendship we are truly proud to acknowledge-Albert T. Davis. mil V1.8 1936-1937 t Head Mailer. Enzerillzf Cy VUILSON FARRAND. A.M., L.H.D., Litt.D. Page Six Head Mailer CLINTON F. ZERVUECK. A.B., Muhlenberg, A.M., Yale A.r.ri.flanl Head Marler HOWARD V. MATTCJON, Englirh 119035, A.B., Wesleyan Afriffarzl lo the H eaa' Mailer THOMAS A. SHIELDS, Maflaematirr 119275, A.B., Hamilton MASTERS ALBERT T. DAVIS. English 118985, A.B., Princeton LOUIS A. Roux, French 119005, A.B., Brown WINFRED INGLIS. Malbematicr 119095, BS.. Cooper Union PERLEY C. HYDE, Plvyrirr and Claemirlry 119135, A.B., Amherst REST FENNER SMITH. JR., Lazin 119215, A.M., Yale BLRDSEY H. SNIFFEN, Spanish and Frenrh 119265, A.B., Yale HAROLD W. HOBBS, Englirh, Latin and Hirlory 119275, A.B., Amherst FRANK MCGRATH. Hiflory and Englirln 119275, A.B., Amherst ROBERT L. MOORE. Ser-and For-nz 119295, A.M., Williams GEORGE M. PIERSON. Firrz Form 119295, A.B., Amherst JAMES W. HAMPTON. Upper Inlermediaze 119305, A.B., Columbia, A.M., New York University GERHARD H. WIAIITTIER. German 119345, AB., Bowdoin MISS LOIS B. FEDDERMANN. Primary Departmenl 119355 HENRY F. WANNING, Lower Intermediate 119355, A.B., Yale UDELL STALLINGS. Phyriral Direrlar 119365 A.B., Oberlin, A.M., Columbia VVILLIAM R. JUST, Arrirfanl Phyrifal Dirertor 119365, B.S., University of Oregon, A.M Columbia GEORGE C. HINDENLANG Burrar HAROLD S. WILSON Serrelary MISS FRANCES M. DRUCKER Dieiiliafz The figures in parentheses show the date of appointment. RAYMOND DEL TUFo, Jr., Editor-imchfef ROBERT WILLIAM ANDRAE RICHARD BANDEKOW RICHARD GERARD AUGENBLICK NORMAN JOSEPH HILTON NORMAN BADENHOP ARMAND GORDON WINFIELD QCII' BOOL Qoczrc! Puge Seren fTune: "Maryland, My Maryland" Our grateful spirits turn to thee, Our revered Academy! We pledge our love and loyalty, Thy true sons, Academy! Our Father sought to set us free, To win our priceless liberty- To crown their work, they founded thee, Historic old Academy! Great men have studied in thy halls, Famed afar, Academy! Their lustre shines upon thy walls, Honored long, Academy! Thy sons are true when duty calls, And brave when danger dark appallsg Their greatness thy renown recalls, 1 Illustrious Academy! Our heart's ayfection thou hast won, Well-beloved Academy! We pledge thee now, each faithful son, Well-beloved Academy! The love thou hast in us begun Shall live 'till sinks life's setting sung We'll praise thee 'till life's day he done, Our beloved Academy! CSU . QI'LlOI'S ROBERT WILLIAM ANDRAE "ANDY" "A well-beloved youth war he."-MED:EVAL i ENTERED N. A. 1930 RUTGERS Football, '33, '34, '35, '36, Baseball, '34, '35, '36, '37, Co-Captain Football. '36, Vice President Drama Club, '37, Glee Club, '37, Dance Committee, '36, 37, - Wearer of the "N", Track, '34, '35, Vice President Athletic Association, '36, President Athletic Association, '37, Polymnian Board, '35, '36, '37, Year Book Board, '37, Class Numerals. Page Ten GEORGE ASHMUN "Ast-1" "Hit limhf were raft in manly mould, for hardy .rportf or rome!! hold." --SIR WALTER SCOTT. ENTERED N. A. 1929 PRINCETON Track Squad, '34, '35, '36, '37, Track Captain, '36, '37, Student Council, '37, Pin Committee, '35, Rifle Team, '36, Gym Team, '37, Glee Club, '37, Class Numerals, Wearer of the RICHARD GERARD AUGENBLICK "AUGIE" "Ami what he greatly thozzghl, He nohly dared."-ODYSSEY, ENTERED N. A. 1934 HARVARD Drama Club, '35, '36, '37, President Drama Club, '37, Polymnian Board, '36, '37, Year Book Board, '37, Winner, Essay Contest, '36, French Club, Latin Club, Pipe Committee, '37, Class Athletics, Football Squad, '36, Track Squad, '37, Rifle Club, '36, '37, Rifle Team, '37, Current Events Club. FREDERICK EMERSON BENSEN, JR. uFREDi: "He, Ilya! um of milder! m00d.4'-MEDXEVAL. ENTERED N. A. 1935 PRINCETON Class Athleticsg Football Squad, '35. RICHARD JUSTUS VON LENGERKE VON BRESKA BANDEKOW HBANDYU "Folly and learning often dwell in llae mme per.ron."-PROVEHB. ENTERED N. A. 1933 PENN STATE Member of Athletic Association, '37g Polymnian Board, '37g Year Book Board, '37g Glee Club, '37, NORMAN BADENHOP "BADEN "FLIP" "He ever Jang of looney."-VERGIL. ENTERED N. A. 1930 YALE Pin Committee, '35g Ring Committee, '37g Class Athleticsg Rifle Team. '36g Captain, Rifle Team, '37g Polymnian Board, '35, '36, '37g Class Numeralsg Vice President Senior Class. '37g Year Book Board, '37. Page Eleven ROBERT WARD BLAUVELT 'KBOB' "Soft ufordf and bard argiwzefzl."-PROVERB. ENTERED N. A. 1933 PRINCETON Track Team, '54, '35, '36, '37g Football Team, '55, ,56Q Rifle Team, '36g Gym Team, '37g Cheerleader, '35g Polymnian Board, '57, Student Council, '37g Class Numeralsg Wearer of the JOHN LEGGETT CAMPBELL 'Qloi-IN" "A fellow tlairleefz rubilr high."-THEOCRITUS, ENTERED N. A. 1935 EXTRA YEAR Class Football, '35g Football Squad, '35g Varsity Basketball, '36g Assistant Manager Football, '56g Basketball Squad, '37g Wearer of the THEODORE JOSEPH CORCORAN "CoRcY" "Bat refpert J'0ll7'f6!f mor! of alf."'-GREEK PROVERB. ENTERED N. A. 1936 NOTRE DAME Varsity Football, '36g Varsity Basketball, '37g Varsity Track, '371 Glee Club, '57g Drama Club, '37g Member Athletic Associationg XVearer of the Page Tzrelre N . l GEORGE HENRY GLEESON, JR. "A well-freed and hardy lad was f79."-MEDIEVAL QEnglishj. ENTERED N. A, 1934 PRINCETON French C'ub, '56, Rifle Team, '56, Polymnian '37, Class Numerals. RICHARD VINCENT DUFFEY "D1cK,"' "Quiet and Iudnrtriozzr um bE."-MEDIEVAL. ENTERED N. A. 1932 PENN STATE Track Team, '35, 36- '37, jr. Varsity Basketball, '55, Assistant Manager Bas- ketball, '56, Manager Basketball, '37, Gym Team, '57, Wea11'er of the RAYMOND DEL TUFO, JR. "DEL" X "He daer 1101 uifh to seem the bert, but 10 be it." ENTERED N. A. 1932 PRINCETON Football, '34, '55, '56, Co-captain Football, '36, Treasurer, Drama Club, '36, Glee Club, '37, Dance Committee, '35, '56, '37, Athletic Association, '36, Student Council, '36, '57, Cum Laude Society, Polymnian Board, '36, '57, Editor-in-Chief, '37, Editor-in-Chief Year Book, '37, President, Latin Club, '56, President, French Club, '56, Current Events Club '57, Class Numerals, Assistant Manager Baseball. '36, Wfearer of the Page Tbirlven GILBERT GEORGE HEMMETER llGIL"' "The mirth and fill! grew fax! and f1n'i011.f."-ROBERT BURNS. ENTERED N. A. 1936 DARTMOUTH Varsity Football. '36: Varsity Basketball, '57: Wearer of the Page FUIIVIEEWI HOWARD MONTAGUE HENDERSON "HOWARD"" "Haw bleffed if he 14110 feadf a L'0lHIfl'J' lifef!-PROVISRB. ENTERED N. A. 1935 PENN STATE Track Squad. '33 Class Athlcticsg Rifle Squad. NORMAN JOSEPH HILTON "NORM"' "He if alwayr laughing, for he bay an infinite deal of 1l'if.H-JOSEPH AD- DISON. ENTERED N. A. 1934 PRINCETON Class Athleticsg Polymnian Board, '36, '373 Year Book Board. '37: Track Squad, '37g Ring Committee, '37g Chairman, Dance Committee- '37, l ROBERT THOMAS KEELEY "BOB" "Lillie bodief have great m11l.r."-ENGLISH PROVERB. ENTERED N. A. 1927 UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA Varsity Basketball, '57, Class Athletics, Class Numerals, Stamp Club, Latin Club, '56, Drama Club, '56, Polymnian Board, '57, Glee Club, '37, Ring Com- mittee, '37, Wearer of the HOWARD ISHERWOOD, JR. "Isa, "Cc1111e. left 11010 mlb with delibera1i011,. fair and roffly, af lt11l'j'El'J' ga I0 f76cZl'6lI."1RABELAlS. ENTERED N. A. 1931 PRINCETON Class Numerals, Varsity Baseball, '56, '57, Captain, Varsity Basketball, '37, Polymnian Board, '37, Student Council, '36, Glee Club, '37, Track Squad, '35, Ring Committee, '37, Vice President, French Club, '56, Latin Club, Wearer of the ROGER WORTHINGTON INGLIS "Roms" "A uiire 1111111 if often J'ilE77l.'.-LATIN PROVERB. ENTERED N. A. 1952 RUTGERS Track Team, '54, '55, '36, Drama Club, '34, Manager, Football Team, '36, Ring Committee, '37, Gym Team, '37, Class Numeralsg Wearer of the Page Fiffeen WILLIAM CRAIG KENNEDY "CRA1G"' "Silent and dU'd1'E."-BROWNING. ENTERED N. A. 1936 RUTGERS Glee Club, '37, Class Athletics, Track, '37. WILLIAM PAUL LAMB, JR. ENTERED N. A. 1935 WILLIAMS Page Sixteen Drama Club, '36, '37. . JEROME SOLON LEVINE UBENNYU "They laugh! me Latin in pure wave."-BROWNING. ENTERED N. A. 1935 CORNELL German Club, '36, Latin Club, '36, Glee Club, '37g Drama Club, 365 Secre- tary, Drama Club, '37, Assistant Manager, Track, '56, Manager, Track, '37, Polymnian Board, '37, Wearer of the STUART JAMES MATHEIS "MATTY" "Anybody can make laiftory. Only I ran write il!"'-EARLY PERSIAN. ENTERED N. A. 1936 PRINCETON Rifle Club, '37g Track Team, '37g Class Athletics. STANLEY BURDETT MAJOR UMAJ!! "A zfirmozzr and well-governed jl0llfl7."-SHAKESPEARE. ENTERED N. A. 1932 STEVENS Polymnian, '35, '36, '37, French Club, '36, LEROY WILLIAM LONG, JR. "jUN1oR'f "A pleamfzl fellow, full of wit and mirth."-ADDISON. ENTERED N. A. 1934 EXTRA YEAR Varsity Football, '35, '36g Varsity Basketball, '35, '37g Wearer of the "N", Baseball, '35, Rifle Team, '35g Track Team, '37. Page Seventeen NIEL CARNEY MCMANUS KIMACII "The more he thought on it, the madaler he grew."-PROVERB. ENTERED N. A. 1932 COLGATE Track, 345 Glee Club, 373 Baseball, '37g Cheer Leader, '37g Class Athletics. Page Eighteen CHARLES RICHARDSON MOFFATT "DICK" "Briglally fmile and rweefly Ji1zg."'-WOLFE. ENTERED N. A. 1936 RENSELLAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE Glee Club, '373 Gym Team, '37g Track, '37g Class Athletics. JOHN BEARDSLEE NOYES UJACKJ' "He if 4 thinking reedf'-PASCAL. ENTERED N. A. 1933 WESLEYAN Winner, Composition Contest, '353 Class Reporter, '55g Class Athleticsg French Club, '36g Latin Club, '36g Scholastic Medal, '36g Rifle Club, '36g Dance Committee, '37g Cum Laude Society. LOUIS APGAR PYLE, JR. "LOU" "There if grave in Jmall lhiHg!.,,-GREEK. ENTERED N. A. 1932 EXTRA YEAR Class Athleticsg Polymnian, '36, '37g Gym Team, '37g Rifle Team, '37g Dance Committee, '37g Secretary, Athletic Associatione '37g Student Councilg Glee Club '37g Track Team, '36g '37g French Club, '36g Latin Club, '56g Cum Laude Society' Wearer of the NN". EVERETT ALFONSO PHILLIPS, JR. "PHIL" "For thy Jake, tobarco, I would do anything bu! die."-LAMB. ENTERED N. A, 1936 CORNELL ROBERT EDWARD OHAUS "DUTCH" "I would live to Jtudyf'-BACON. ENTERED N. A. 1937 LEHIGH Varsity Baseball, '37. Page N inezeen 1 r l CHARLES KENNEDY RIDGE UCHARLESM "There let me live, zuzreen, zzfzkfzownf'-POPE. ENTERED N. A. 1957 RUTGERS HOBART NATHANIEL STEIN "HoBART" "AJ one who .riff and gazerf'-TENNYSON. ENTERED N. A. 1935 AMHERST 'Class AthletiCs. PIERSON CURTIS TATOR "STU" "Wearing hir wifdom lightly."-TENNYSON. ENTERED N. A. 1935 YALE Page Twenty Class President, '57g Varsity Basketball, '36, '37g Wearer of the "N"g Varsity Baseball, '36, '375 Varsity Track, '36, ARMAND GORDON WINFIELD "W1NDY" "Ala, ye kfzighzr of the pen!"-THACKERAY. ENTERED N. A. 1932 CORNELL Polymnian Board, '37g Year Book Board, '37g Dramatic Club, '36, '37g Poetry Club, '37g French Club, '36g Current Events Club, '37g Stamp Club, '36. JAMES HAYDON WEYHENMEYER, JR. "j1MMY" "I famed the maidefff heart lo ring for joy."-ANON4 ENTERED N. A. 1936 PRINCETON Varsity Football, '36, Basketball Squad, '37, Track Squad, '37g Drama Club, '37g Glee Club, '37g Dance Committee, '37g Wearer of the CHARLES FRANCIS TOLAND "ToLf' "I-Iif laik war like a Jtream whirla rum wilh rapid rlmuge from rorkr to forex."-PRAED. ENTERED N. A. 1936 BUSINESS Varsity Football, '36, Page Twenty-one I I an OU Indgtlle Andrae playing the viola? Ashmun in a top hat? Augenblick in school before 8130? Badenhop on a bronco? Bandekow getting an "A" in deportment? Benson as a radio announcer? Blauvelt manufacturing munitions? Campbell in short pants? Corcoran as a band leader? Del Tufo under 150 pounds? Duffey sitting on a Hagpost? Gleeson putting on a fan dance? Hemmeter at the grand opera? Henderson with a crew cut? Hilton without a date? Inglis speaking Greek? Isherwood voting for a Democrat? Keeley as President of the U. S.? Kennedy in a trapeze act? Page Twenty-zf:'o HYSLER BERNARD ZANE "BUDf' "Not rteppifzg der the bond! of moderlyf'-SHAKESPEARE. ENTERED N. A. 1956 LEHIGH Varsity Football, '36g Class Athletics, '37g Rifle Team, '37g Glee Club, '57g Track Squad, '37g Pipe Committee, '37, Lamb playing professional football? Levine after two years at Oxford? Long crooning? Major in a night club? Matheis as a dog-catcher? McManus teaching history? Moffat as a parachute jumper? Noyes as a gym teacher? Ohaus conducting a flea circus? Phillips writing poetry? Pyle as a Supreme Court judge? Ridge addressing a labor union? Stein as a candidate for county coroner? Tator as an ice-man? Toland as a polished diplomat? Winneld in an old-fashioned bathing suit? Weyhenmeyer leading a revolution? Zane as an international spy? Be.rt All-Round ........ Moyt Pofular ....... Handxornert ..... Beft Athlete ......... Moft Scholarly ..A........,,,.,. ,, , ,. Mo.rt Likely to Succeed Glass Qallot .........DEI. Turo ANDRAE .........PYLE ASHMUN ...... ......... C oRcoRAN .........CORCORAN .NoYEs ,......... .....,.. BADENHOP ....... ........ Done Most for N. A. .... ......... D EL TUFO Lazieft ...................... Windieft .............. Moxt Conceited ........ Clan Sheik ....... Biggext Blujjler ........ Moxt Dignijied ........ Happieft .......,... C razieft .................... Bigger! Bull Slinger ...... ,,,,A.., N oifieft ......... ,......... Moxt I ndijerent ...... Biggext Kid ..... N erviext ...........,.,,,,. Clan Social Lion ....... Day Dreamer ...... Quietext .............. Regular Fellow ........ Biggeft Eater ....... F o g giext ........ Sleepieft ........................ ........ MAJOR ....... ........ .........ANDRAE .DEL TUFO .DEL TUFO .LAMB MATHEIS ...... ....... . WINFIELD .........CORCORAN ,........HILTON .........HEMMIsTER .........TATOR .........BANDEKOW' .........HEMMETER .MATHEIS .. .........BANDEKOW ......,..PI-IILLIPS .. BANDEKOW .........HEMMETER .,.......HILTON MAJOR ....... ........ .........RlDGE ....,....BLAUVELT .........WINFIELD .MAJOR ....... Greateft Imagination ....... ......,.. W INFIELD Man About Town ................ ......., Cum Laude, 26g "N", 11. HILTON ....... ......... .......,.STEIN . ......... CORCORAN .....,...MATHEIS . ....,.... AUGENBLICK .........HEMMETER .........BANDIsKoW .........ISHERWOOD .........TOLAND .........LAMB .........IsI-IERWOOD .........TOLAND . ....... -WEYHENMEYER .HEMMETEI1 .........OHAUS .GLEESON ......,..MoFFA1'1' .........STEIN .........BENSON .........AUGENBLICK AUGENBLICK Page Twenty-three Cggorm Oast Name ANDRAE ........ ASHMUN ......... AUGENBLICK ....... ,.... , .. BADENIIOP ..,.. BANDEKOW ..... BENSON A....... BLAUVELT ....... CAMPBELL .,..... CORCORAN ..... DEL TUFO ....... DUFFEY ...... GLEESON ...... HEMMETER ..... HENDERSON ....... ,,,,,,Y., HILTON ........... INoLIs .......... ISHERWOOD ..... KEELEY ..,..... KENNEDY ....... LAME ......... LEVINE ..... LONG ......,,. MAJOR ..... MATHEIS ...... MCMANUS .v... MOFEATT .... N OYES ....... OI-IAUs ..,.... PHILLIPS ...... PYLE .I....... RIDGE ,........ STEIN ......... TATOR ....,...,.,,,.,., A ,,,,,,,. TOLAND .................. ...,..,.. WEYHENMEYER WINFIELD .,......... ZANE ............ Page Twenly-four Noted for Often Seen in deportment ......In Ashmun's pockets .........Good sport .......In Hostetter's car .Five years of Latin ...... ....... I n plays .........Nancy .......On a horse .........Brute strength .......Using it .........LOw voice I......Reading .........Paterson .......On the school bus 2" .......At Becky's .........Athletic ability Showing it .........Polymnian .......Canvassing Chemistry classes ...... A wicked left ...................I Bull slinging ..................,....... Week-ends in the country... .. sense of humor.. .........Math Hunger .........,.......... Sideburns .................. .....,...Taking a beating Dislilce of gym ........ Indian Profile .......I.. Pole vaulting Behind a pile of chips Trucking Talking about them the femmes .......Doing it .......With Henderson Being a little giant ...... ....... n "Done your German? Studying Snobbing the fifth Avoiding Mr. Stallings Calling, "Campbell" .........Inertia .......Day dreaming .........History monologues ..............Behind the "8" ball .........Red hair .......Catching flies Tenor voice .............. Singing gait In "A" group ........-Scholarship .......Around 3rd base .........Spelling crazily Time spent in school .............. .........Keeping,out of sight Wearing bow ties ............Succeeding ? ............................................ With Winfield Distinguished appearance ...... Tough guy .............................. Loud guffaws ......... .........lnterv1ews .........Taciturnity Without it Scaring people V .......At candy stand .......Around grave yards .......Doing solid Glass roplaecy O At last the dream of every patriotic Newarker had come true. A Wor1d's Fair was to be held in our beautiful city. And what was the occasion? 1974, the two-hundredth anniversary of the founding of the Newark Academy! This great exposition was being sponsored by that outstanding alumnus, General Winheld, head of the Boy Scouts, explorer, archaeologist, entornolo- gist, botanist, grave-digger, and discov-erer of Captain Kidd's long-hidden treasure. To say that all Newark was excited is but to express mildly the state of agoghthat reigned. It was decided that each member of th-e class of 1.957 should have some special function in the proceedings-guests or entertainers of honor, as it were. And so they came from all over the world.-Siam, Congo, Iceland, and Little America are but a few places. To try to describe the architectural wonders that are a part of this great spectacle is useless. To appreciate it, you must be here and see it with your own eyes. But even greater and more interesting than the wonders of science, art, industry, and culture that make up this fair are the men, directly or indirectly, associated with it. The whole world had marveled at the number of internationally known figures that the Newark Academy class of 1937 had produced-now it was to see them and their common achievement. As we admired the colossal towers of the exposition, we showered our praises upon that celebrated architect and engineer, who, single-handed, had conceived the novel scheme of buildings for the Fair-Stanley B. Major. As we approached the gate, we saw several interesting figures standing in line. In front of us was His Honor, the Mayor of Newark. At first we did not recognize him, but as he turned his head, we saw the big 'black cigar which he was chewing as well as smoking. This, along with the inevitable black derby, unmistakably spelled Howard Isherwood, jr. We, hiding our identity, came closer in order to hear the conversation ensuing between him and the gentleman in front of him dressed in a riding habit. This was none other than Norman Badenhop, breeder of horses, who nodded his head as Isherwood predicted the return of Republican supremacy. Soon we reached the ticket oflice. Imagine our surprise when Page T1l'?f1lj'-ff? Page 'I'u'enly-fix we saw none other than Mr. Pierson Tator, 14th Vice President of the Fair personally in charge. We waited patiently as Mr. Tator firmly refused to barter a ticket in exchange for an autographed copy of the book, "The Significance of Discussion in the Study of History," by the author himself, Stuart Matheis. In order to avoid what looked like an oncoming free-for-all, we passed, unnoticed, through the gate. Once inside, we were surprised and delighted to see walking up to greet us, two classmates, both of whom had achieved no small amount of fame. First, there was Ray Del Tufo, editor, scholar, and Nobel Prize winning international lawyer. Along with him was Dick Augenblick, soldier-of-fortune, who had since set up a puppet "Utopia" in the middle of Tibet. After an interesting conversation with these gentlemen, we made our way toward a garishly illuminated promenade. This, reputedly one of the most entertaining attractions, was supposed to be a burlesque on that ancient type of en- tertainment called the side-show. We hastened to the building which housed this ex- hibit. A loud, rasping voice greeted us as we approached. We perceived that the individual garbed in race-track clothes who was trying to sell tickets was none other than our old friend, Gil Hemmeter, who also did a song-and-dance act inside. As we en- tered, we noted that the entire show was being put on for Dr. Stein's Home for Ab- normal People. In a helpful spirit, some very famous men had volunteered to assist this noble cause by performing. All stood breathless as the magician, jerry Levine closed an empty box, said some magic words, and reopened it to watch a live pony trot out. Next, the audience was astounded by that famous group of acrobats, Ashmun, Blauvelt, Inglis, Moffat, and Dulfey who performed some unbelievable feats on the ap- paratus. After the applause had died down, and the last encore of this act was finished, the interested spectators proceeded to the next entertainer. This was the strong man, who, in real life, was a bank president. All stood dumbfounded as they saw this re- markable gentleman, William Lamb, lift two three-hundred pound weights with the greatest of ease. After the show was over and we had congratulated the eminent per- formers, we proceeded to the famed Hall of Miracles. A very unusual exhibition was taking place in the great amphitheatre. It was a spelling bee. We came in just as the chief judge, Ted Corcoran, was finishing his speech and presenting the huge trophy to the winner, that renowned engineer, Phillips, who had vanquished professor jack Noyes. M.A., Litt.D., Ph. D., D.Sc., B.P.O.E., by one point. Four leaders in the world's affairs had consented to do their part for good old N. A. by personally being guides. These gentlemen, Kennedy, Ohaus, McManus, and Toland, distinguishable by their top-hats, could be se-en showing interested observers modern scientific wonders. After studying with interest the complicated atomic structure of Brownolium, an element newly discovered jointly by professors Wehenmeyer and Zane, we were greeted by the industrial tycoon-Keeley, who was accompanied by the inventor of synthetic milk, Leroy Long. This was too much for us, so we made way for the crowded arena where we heard the frenzied voice of a lassez-faire agitator who was uttering treasonous words. Coming closer we found that it was none other than that brilliant writer and free thinker, Norman Hilton. On his right was his boon companion and bodyguard, George QSluggerj Gleeson. On his left was his dapper business manager, Bob Andrae. who had made the name Hilton known to every housewife. Suddenly all eyes were turned toward the sky. A sleek stratosphere plane was roaring by at an altitude forbidden by law. Everybody watched breathlessly as the swift police plane shot out from apparently nowhere. Soon the speeder was forced to land. He proved to be none other than our vieux ami, Bandekow, who was accom- panied by Henderson. They would have gotten a ticket that might have been hard to "kill" had not the cops been accompanied by the examining commissioners themselves, Ridge, Benson, and Campbell. Instead of going through any unpleasant legal formali- ties, the former N. A. boys stepped into the police plane and talked over old times. W'e smiled and were glad, after all, that we too were N. A. '37. Page Twenty-:even gall! of Cline Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Favorite Actrerr ..... Actor ........ Movie ....., Play .,.,.,...,.,. Orchertra ........... Popular Song .. Car ......,,.....,,,, Cigarette ........ Pro Atlolete ........... College Athlete ....... Sport to Play ....... Sport to Watrh ....... Magazine ........... Girlr, Srlaool ..... Color ................,,,, World C laaracter Radio Performer Rad io Program ...,.. Page Twenty-eigbt UITL QLDCZUJQ Elected on the basis of superior scholarship. ELECTED IN MARCH RAYMOND DEL TUFO, JR. LOUIS APGAR PYLE, JR. JOHN BEARDSLEE NOYES Three or four others are to be elected at graduation ......SlMONE SIMONE .......WILLIAM POWELL ,........T1-IE PLAINSMAN END GOODMAN .........YOU CANJT TAKE THAT AWAY FROM ME ,......C1-IESTEREIELD .................VINES .......LARRY KELLY ........BAsEBALL ......,FOOTBAI.L .................ESQUIRE ........PROSPECT HILL .......................BLONDE .......DUKE OF WINDSOR ..................JACK BENNY .......JACK OKIE'S COLLEGE Sports I l , l dtlzfetic ssociation Page Thirty OFFICERS ROBERT WILLIAM ANDRAE, Prerident RICHARD THEODORE ROSENGARTEN, Vive-Prefidenf LOUIS APGAR PYLE, JR., Secretary MEMBERS RICHARD BANDEKOW ..................................... ......... V Form THEODORE JOSEPH CORCORAN ................... .......... V Form HOWARD ISHERWOOD, JR. .....,.... ,........ V Form ALFRED WILLIAM ADLER ............. ........ I V Form RAYMOND WALLACE DIMM, JR. ..... ........ I V Farm EDWIN PUTNAM GLEASON ...,....... ........ I II Form LEROY OWEN STRAIGHT ............ ......... I I Form O This year the Academy has witnessed a marked improvement in its' athletic teams. Indeed, Mr. Stallings and Mr. Jost have done a fine job in their first year at the Academy in turning out such well-trained scrappy teams, The football season was indeed a successful one. The Academy was represented by a team which fought until the final whistle blew. There were many spectacular and breath-taking plays, as Bob Andrae's 40 yard run for a touchdown against Barnard in the opening game of the season. Gasps and cheers rent the autumn air as a capacity crowd watched Johnny Koplitz race 100 yards for a touchdowns against Flat- bush Academy. The Pingry game aroused much excitement, and hopes for an Academy victory ran high. However, the Academy was de- feated, but it had gone down fighting. The basketball season was a success, judging by the number of games in the victory column and the ardent support of the student body. Many exciting games were witnessed in the Academy gym- nasium-games which made the blood of every Academy student tingle with excitement. ' At the date of this publication, the track and baseball season is only beginning, however, watching the Academy nine in several prac- tice games, we are sure that they will have a successful season. The track team also shows great promise, and the Academy is looking for- ward to a grand and glorious spring crusade in the field of sports. This year, the Academy added to its sports department a gym team. Those fellows who took part in the exhibition meets cer- tainly showed what intensive training will do in perfecting perfect co- ordination of mind and muscle. We are looking forward to next year, when we hope to see the Academy represented in meets with other schools. The rifle team also had a prosperous season, winning, at this date, all but one match. Truly, sports in the Academy are on the upward trend, and next year the teams of our alma mater will blaze an even more brilliant trail of success. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE Dale Neufark Amdewy VJ. NA. Op. October 1936 Barnard School ............ , 6 0 October 1 1936 Morristown School 13 October 23, 1936 St. Bernard's School O October 3 1936 Flatbush School ..,........ 0 November 6, 1936 Pingry School ...............,............,...........,...,... 7 I2 Varsity letters: Leroy Long, '37, Ira Robbins, '39, Alfred Goldman, '38, Wayne Straight, '39, Leroy Straight, '40, james H. Xveyhenmeyer, '37, john Koplitz, Robert Perina, '38, Bernard Zane, '37, Richard Craw, '38. Raymond W. Dimm, jr., '38, james A. Pope, jr., '38, Donald Bowerman, '38, Fran- cis C. Toland, '37, Robert W. Andrae, '37, Gilbert Hemmeter, '37, Robert W. Blauvelt, '37, Raymond Del Tufo, jr., '37, and Theodore J. Corcoran, "37. C 4 pmjn 5 Mazinger! ROBERT W. ANDRA12, '37 Room W. INGLIS, '37 RAY D11 TUFO, JR., '37 JOHN CAMPBELL, '38 1 i I ,sf S' -X. as 5 1- f-is-af! E - Puge Tbirlhi-one Qasketball Jac Ptzge Tbi1'fj-lzzw Leroy Straight ard V. Dutfeyi Albert Drake, Ronald Gould L. Campbell, BASKETBALL ROSTER Howard Islierwood, '37, Captain, Theo- dore J. Corcoran, '37, Gilbert Hemmeter, '37g Robert T. Keeley, '37, Leroy Long, '37, '40g '37g '38: r , 58, 's 83 Pierson Tutor, '37, Rich- Donald Bowerman, '38g Alfred Goldman, '38, Robert Puder, '38, John Robert Perina, '38, Ira Robbins, '39g Alfred W. Adler, '38, BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Date Newark Arademy Varfity 121. January 8, 1937 ...... ......... S tevens Academy ............................. January 12, 1937 ...... ......... M ontclair College High School ........ .... January 15, 1937 ...... ......... M orristown School ......................... January 19, 1937 ...... ......... B onnie Brae ............................... January 22, 1937 ...... ......... S tevens Academy ......... February 5 1937 ...... ......... E nglewood School .... February 9, 1937 ...... ......... M cBurney School ...... February 16, 1937 ...... ......... S t. Bernard's School ...... February 19, 1937 ...... ......... P ingry School ............ February 23, 1937 ...... ......... E nglewood School ..................... February 26, 1937 ...... ......... M orristown School ......................... March 2, 1937 ...... ......... M ontclair College High School ........ .... Newark Afademy Junior Varxity 121. January 8, 1937 ...... ........ S tevens Academy ........................... January 12, 1937 ...... ......... M ontclair College High School ...... January 13, January 19, January 22, January 23, February 10, February 16, February 19, 1937 ...... ...... ...Weequahic High School Frosh 1937 ...... ......... B onnie Brae ............................ 1937 ...... ......... S tevens Academy ....................... 1937 ...... ......... E nglewood School ......................... 1937 ...... ......... W eequahic High School Frosh ...... 1937 ...... ......... E nglewood School ......................... 1937 ...... ........ P ingry School .................................. March 2, 1937 ...... ......... M ontclair College High School ...... Date TRACK SCHEDULE Newark Academy VJ. April 23, 1937 ....... ........ P enn Relays April 29, 1937 ....... ........ B ordentown Military Institute May 6, 1937 May 12, 1937 May 15, 1937 May 19, 1937 May 21, 1937 May 29, 1937 TRACK ROSTER Theodore J. Corcoran, '37, Raymond Dimm, '38, Richard V. Duffey, '37, Louis A. Pyle, '37, Alfred Goldman, '38, Donald Bowerman, '38, George Ashmun, '37, Cap- tain, Leroy Straight, '40, Stuart J. Matheis 1 '37, Bernard Zane, '37, Frederick Benson, '57, Robert Haines, '38, Jerome Levine, Manager. ........Pingry School ........Morristown School A. Invitation Meet ........Montc1air Academy A. Field Day .......-Stat'e Meet at Peddie N.A. op. 30 15 32 34 30 21 26 24 46 29 27 18 16 27 27 31 28 31 34 23 26 23 23 28 24 12 21 15 22 24 29 21 24 9 22 8 14 18 16 zo 18 12 13 14 N.A. op. Page Tbirly-three Baseball Dale April 16 ..,,. ....., April 20 ,V... .A,..,. April 23 ..... ....... April 27 ..... April 30 ,..Y. . ..., . May 4 ..,.... ....... May 7 .r,,,,. ..,... SCHEDULE Newark Academy Vanity VJ. Flatbush School Montclair Academy Pingry School Stevens Academy Barnard School Carteret Academy .St. Bernard's School May 11 ...,... ......, M Orristown School May 14 ...,... .,,.... B onnie Brae May 18 .,..... ...,... B ayley School May 20 .,,.... ....... P ingry School Page Tbirly-four NA. op. ROSTER ROBERT WILLIAM ANDRAE, Captain JOHN EDWARD BOLTON, JR. ALBERT NATHANIEL DRAKE RONALD GOULD HARVEY THEODORE HEROLD HOWARD ISHERWOOD, JR. ROBERT EDWARD OHAUS ROBERT IAN PERINA IRA ROBBINS PIERSON CURTIS TATOR WILLIAM JAMES WALSH, JR. I This season the New- ark Academy RiHe Team, under the able direction of William R. Jost, carried on remarkably well. Last year the team was introduced into the Acad-emy by our former Assistant Director of Physical Education Ernest F. Lawes. Most of the original members continued on this year to help the team and encourage the beginners. Last year all matches were shot from prone position, this year some of the matches were shot from kneeling and sitting positions-a marked improvement. Out of the five matches this season, the Academy team won four. SCHEDULE Dale Newark Academy VJ. NA Op. March 6, 1937 Orange Y. M. C. A. ............ 471 468 March 10, 1937 Montclair Academy ..... ..... 9 61 885 March 17, 1937 Pingry School ............ ..... 4 83 467 March 20, 1937 Maplewod juniors .........r...... 471 483 April 7, 1937 U. S. Marine Corps Reserve This year the following boys have won their letters for work on the Rifle Team: Captain Norman Badenhop, '37, Richard G. Augen- blick, '37, Raymond Schwartz, '38, Robert Haines, and George Gleeson, '37. Although three of the five graduate this year, we feel sure the others will carry on, and set a higher record next year. Rifle clam Page Tlairly-fire yin eam Page Tbirly-Jix ROSTER GEORGE ASHMUN JOHN OGDEN BIGELOW, JR. ROBERT WARD BLAUVELT RICHARD VINCENT DUFFEY HULET CLARK HORNBECK, JR. ROGER WORTHINGTON INGLIS CHARLES RICHARD M01-'FATT Louis APGAR PYLE, JR. ac tivities Ulylnnltan Cal' Page Thirty-eight POLYMNIAN BOARD RAYMOND DEL TUFO, JR., Editor-ifz-Chief NORMAN BADENHOP, Bzuinefx Manager STANLEY B. MA JOR, Literary Editor ROBERT WILLIAM ANDRAE RICHARD G. AUGENBLICK ROBERT BLAUVELT GEORGE GLEESON NORMAN HILTON HOWARD Isl-IERWOOD, JR. JEROME LEVINE LOUIS A. PYLE, JR. RICHARD ROSENGARTEN ARMAND G. WINFIELD RICHARD ROSENGARTEN ALFRED W. ADLER EDGAR LEWIS RACHLIN HOWARD ISHERWOOD, JR. CHARLES FRANCIS TOLAND ROBERT THOMAS KEELEY ALBERT NATHANIEL DRAKE JOHN EDWARD BOLTON RICHARD BANDEKOW DAVID FITTING GEORGE ASHMUN ARTHUR TAPPEN BROKAW ARMAND GORDON WINFIELD JOHN RAYMOND COOKE, JR. JEROME SOLON LEVINE NORMAN JOSEPH HILTON JAMES HAYDON WEYHENMEY JOHN OGDEN BIGELOW, JR. RICHARD CRAW LOUIS APGAR PYLE, JR. WILLIAM JAMES WALSH, JR. HARRY JAMES PERLBERG. JR. RAYMOND DEL TUFO, JR. ROBERT WILLIAM ANDRAE ER. JR. GDL Page Tbirfj-nine I'CllTLCl Page Fofly Prefidwzf ,.,.,,Yw.. . ...., Ricjmxao G. Auoi5NBi.1tgiq Vice Prefidezzf .AA, ,Y,,,A R oBisRT XXIILLIAM ANDRAIZ Serremry . ,,. ,..,. w.....,.. ,....., J isuomia S. LIQVINIE 7're.z.i-ffrw' ,,,. ,, 7....,,. RAYMOND DEL Turo. jk. I This year the Newark Academy Drama Club entered its fourth year with everhmounting success. Under the direction of the faculty advisor, Mr. james XV. Hampton, the club has grown more pop- ular with the students, and through their combined efforts, two well-known Broadway "hits" were produced. Each, in its turn, was a real triumph. The Academy auditorium was filled with enthusiastic theatre-goers. As 'each curtain went up, the crowd was tense from the realism and dramatic ability shown by the Academy's amateurs. The first play was, "The Queen's Husband"-a rollicking comedy in three acts, by Robert Emm-et Sherwood. It was presented at the Newark Academy auditorium, De- cember 18, 1936. ' The second play was, "The Night of January Sixteenth"-a comedy-drama in three acts by Ayn Rand, was presented at th-e Academy Auditorium, May 7, 1937. This proved to be an even greater success than "The Queen's Husband." Fifth Form- ROBERT ASHMUN ROBERT WARD BLAUVELT RAYMOND DEL TUEO. JR. LOUIS APGAR PYLE. JR. Fourth Form- ALFRED XYIILLIAM ADLER jOHN OGDEN BIGELOW. JR. Third Form- DYIER BRAINIIRD PIOLMIZS Qsjtualent Gouncl Page FUl'f'l-IHIC' anquet Gommittee ROBERT WILLIAM ANDRAE RICHARD G. AUGENBLICK ROBERT WARD BLAUVELT RAYMOND DEL TUFO, JR. GEORGE GLEESON, JR. NORMAN HILTON HOWARD ISHERWOOD, JR. O A banquet committee was formed about a month before graduation. Although at this time no definite plans have been made, it can be stated with assurance that the Class of 1937 will have a well planned and thoroughly successful banquet. The Senior banquet is the final official function of the Fifth Form. It may be the last time that the entire form will be together. As is the custom, the faculty is invited to this aifair. No longer shall we think of the teachers in their segregated lunch room tables, but shall sit, as alumni, with them. We have hopes of making our banquet such that it will foreshadow future reunions of the class of 1937. Page Forlj'-1u'0 zine ommittee RMQHARD G. AIiiQI?NBl.lCfK STANIJQY hi,-XVIOR BVU ZAN12 O On April 18, the pipe committee, after Careful consideration, placed their order for 17 pipes with a loyal private concern in Newark. These pipes were, after some hesitation, regarded as preferable to those of several mass production companies. A wide choice of models and shapes was offered, but that one which proved most popular was a mediumrbowl pipe with a long stem. Each pipe was inlaid with a SN7 in sterling silv-er. P.1ge liarlyi-Iln'ee ance Ommzttee The following are members of a dance committee appointed early in the year: NORMAN HILTON, Chairman RAYMOND DEL TUFO. JR. JAMES WEYI-IENMEYER EDGAR RACHLIN LOUIS A. PYLE, JR. GILBERT HEMMETER ROBERT W. ANDRAE THEODORE CORCORAN O On Friday, May 14th, the Senior Class presented their final dance of the season. Although at the time that this book went to press the dance was yet to be held, it was fully expected to excel even the prom held in January. Norman Hilton and the entire committee strove to the utmost to make this, the class' last dance before graduation, just about the best ever presented. o ing Ommittee The ring committee chosen at an early class election included the following: NORMAN BADENHOP HOWARD ISHERWOOD. JR. ROGER INGLIS ROBERT KEELEY NORMAN HILTON O After considering many samples that were offered for their inspection, the committee finally chose one which greatly satisfied all the members of the fifth form who ordered them. In the center of the stone inset was a large "N" design, with "Academy" superimposed upon it in small golden letters against a black setting. On either side of the stone is the numerals of the class, 1957, in embossed figures. Page Forly-four IOW- gdOI'I'l'l.S' Ourtlz cggorm Page Fwly-Six ROSTER ALFRED WILLIAM ADLER JOHN OGDEN BIGELOW, JR. JOHN EDWARD BOLTON, JR. DONALD BOWERMAN ARTHUR TAPPAN BROKAW JOHN RAYMOND COOKE. JR. JOHN CORTELYOU CORY RICHARD CRAW RAYMOND WALLACE DIMM, JR. ALBERT NATHANIEL DRAKE DAVID FITTING ROBERT LOUIS GENSLER ALBERT STANLEY GOLDMAN RONALD GOULD ROBERT CLINTON HAINES HARVEY THEODORE HEROLD, JR, HULET CLARK HORNBECK, JR. FREDERICK GERDES HOSTETTER VICTOR HUBERMAN ELBERT ERVIN HUSTED. 3RD JAMES EDWARD LARNIED JOHN LEYENBERCER ROBERT KENNETH MASIQ ALBERT JAMES MCGUIRE, JR. CHARLES MOLES MENACH JOHN BANGS O'HARA ROBERT IAN PERINA HARRY JAMES PERLBERG. JR. JAMES ARTHUR POPE, JR. ROBERT STUART PUDER EDGAR LEWIS RACHLIN CHARLES RUSSELL RIOOS MORTON ALLEN ROSEMAN RICHARD THEODORE ROSENGARTEN RAYMOND LEE SCHWARTZ EARL WHITAKER TOMLINSON WILLIAM JAMES WALSH, JR. MILES WARNER WARREN STOCKER WOOLLEY EDWARD ALLISON ATWOOD, JR. GILBERT LEWIS AUGENBLICK BURTON LOUIS BOYE, JR. ROBERT BRUCE COOPER WILLIAM WADSWORTH EVANS, JR. JAMES DEMPSTER GARDAM DAVID ROY GIACCAGLIA EDWIN PUTNAM GLEASON ROBERT HALL GRIFFITHS HOBART COLBY HIGGINS ALAN ELLIS HILTON DYER BRAINERD HOLMES WILLARD HAMILTON INGLIS WILLIAM VIVIAN IRVINE, JR. ANDREW JOHNSON JAY ISRAEL KISLAK EUGENE HERBERT KUMMEL ROBERT AMSTER LEVENSON ROSTER lzirc! Cggorm JOHN MAGUIRE FREDERIC FELLOWS MASE JOHN JOSEPH MCCLOSKEY. JR. DOUGLAS BROWN MCDOUALL BERNARD SAMUEL OGUST WARREN HARDING PAAP JAMES SIQILTON PINNEO IRA ROBBINS RICHARD SEIDLER JAMES ROE STEVENS BERTAL WAYNE STRAIGHT, JR. ISRAEL WILLIAM SUCHMAN DEANE HARTWELL UPTEGROVE, JR. ARTHUR EDMUND VAN SCHOTT ROBERT DEBOW VEGHTE, JR. DAVID PHILIP WEIDIG CHARLES ATWOOD WOLF, JR. Page Forly-.Ie1'en QCOIIJ QJOIVTL Page Forty-eighl ROSTER CHESTER RUSSELL BELCHER JEROME BESS JOHN GIFFORD CHANLIS DUDLEY COLES HOWARD HART CONNORS RUDOLPH EBERSTADT, JR. ROBERT MERWIN FISCHER EDWARD RALPH GEIGER WILLIAM JOHN HEATHWOOD RICHARD CHARLES HESS WILLIAM LUCAS HORR RICHARD FULD KESSLER SANFORD KESSLER ROBERT ALBERT KOEI-ILER, JR. EDMUND ROOT KOHN GLEN ROY PETERSON, JR. DONALD LOUIS PYLE ARTHUR EDWARD ROSENGARTEN HARRY PETER SCHAUB, JR. DAVID ORDWAY SPEIR LEROY OWEN STRAIGHT HAROLD CHARLES TINT HERBERT ROY VANNESS, JR. 1 ROSTER LOUIS VINCENT ARONSON. 2ND CHRISTIAN FEIGENSPAN BALLANTYNE BERTRAM WASHBURN BUMSTED WILLIAM DANIEL CRECCA. JR. JOSEPH VICTOR DACORTE RALPH NICHOLAS DEL DEO CHARLES WILLIAM DRAKE ROBERT M. ELLENSTEIN JOHN GAIL GLANDER DONALD HAY MARTIN MCGREGOR HOHNER EDWIN LOUIS JOERG, JR. JEROME SAMUEL KESSLER PHILIP ANDERSON KOENIG JOHN GOTTFRIED KRUEGER. JR. RICHARD ALLEN LILLIEN EUGENE ROY LIPPMAN ROBERT MARKS RICHARD FRANCISCO NOYES RICHARD KENNETH PUDER POMEROY SHIPMAN NEIL HOWARD UPTEGROVE ALAN SATERLEE WARDEN JOHN PETER WEIDIG JOSEPH FREDERICK ZIMMERER Cgirst Cggorm Page Fofly-nine UPPER INTERMEDIATE ATWOOD, WILLIAM BLAUVELT BALLANTYNE, JOHN BENJAMIN BIGELOW, WILLIAM SIMPSON BROKAW, FREDERICK VAN LIEU CADMUS, JOHN AUSTIN CRECCA, ROBERT WILLIAM CUTLER, CHARLES STANLEY DICKINSON, CLINTON ROY, JR. FISCHER, RICHARD MERWIN HIRSCH, ROBERT GERARD KESSLER, EDWARD SCHARPS KUMMEL, BERTRAM MYRON LANDON, SEALAND WHITNEY, JR. MAUDE, EDWARD JOSEPH MOONEY, RICHARD STANTON POPE, CHARLES ALAN SANDERSON, JAMES CROCKER TAPPEN, DAVID MUIR TEPPER, LEONARD ALBERT TOMKINS, CALVIN, II WINFIELD, RODNEY MARSHALL LOWER INTERMEDIATE HAMMOND, JONATHAN ACTON HOBBS, FIELD HOWARD HOCKER, WILLIAM DRAKE ILL, CHARLES LUDWIG, 2ND MACARTHUR, ARCHIBALD GOPF MCCAULEY, FRANCIS ANDREW ROTH, DONALD WILLIAM WOOD, FRANCIS ASSMANN PRIMARY DEPARTMENT BARLING, WILLIAM EDWARD BERGER, EDWIN IRWIN CHAITIN, RICHARD I-IOLLANDER CI-IANDLESS, GEORGE BORN, JR. EBERSTADT. ANDREW WEBB ELLIS, JOHN MUNN, JR. FLAX, WALTER IRWIN GOSS, WRIGHT DILLINGHAM, 5RD I-IARDIN, JOHN RALPH, SRD HARDIN, WILLIAM DOWNER ILL, MARTINN FRIDOLIN LEE. ROBERT EDWIN NIEDER, HERBERT PATTERSON, STEPHEN HOYT, JR. PROUD, GEORGE BERTRAM, JR. SACKS, LOUIS DAVID TOBIN, RICHARD WILLIAM YOUNG, HENRY, SRD YOUNG, JAMES KENT HITCHCOCK Izewar JCCI emy J umm' ssociation Page Fifly Prefident ,....,.....,..... Fifzrt Vice-Prexidenl ......DR. WALTON J. GRAFT, '06 ,,.,..FREDERICK W. BALL, JR., '24 Second Vice-Prefident ....,., ....... D EANE H. UPTEGROVE, '16 Secretary and Treafurer ..., ........ J OHN G. MACKECHNIE, '27 Hifzgfigm ,,,,. ,.,,.,. D R. FRANK W, PINNEO, '84 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE PAUL W. ASHLEY, '29 JACK AUGENBLICK, '14 JOHN S. BACHELLER, '24 DR. C. ABBOTT BELING, '23 JOSEPH M. BYRNE, JR., '11 ROBERT R. DIEFENDORF, '20 HUGH C. EDMISTON, JR., '10 DR. STUART Z. HAWKES, '22 ERNEST F. KEER, JR., '19 JOHN G. KRUEGER, '14 CLARENCE J. POPE, '06 JEROME B. WISS, '13 gcfvertisements ESTABLISHED ISIC f ,e. Cf5 gj5 ffl Y , LQ?EEEQ5Q3 A . 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Law, Medidne, DGHUSYYY l Secretarial Curricula The first and second-year courses in Arts and Sci-ence and in Business Administration are conducted in co-operation with New York University during the year 1937-38 . . . The next session will begin in September . . . All classes in the University are conducted in both day and evening sessions and are open to men and women students. For hulletinr and further information telephone Mllrhell 2-8410, or write to the REGISTRAR of the School in which you are iniererted. University of Newark 40 Rector Street Newark, N. J. Page Fifty-Iwo ONE YEAR OUT Bu'c Still Thinking Whaf We owe to NEWARK ACADEMY and Th F lty Complimenzf of fine CLASS CF l936 FEIILENSPAN foAL.rcX BLACK STORK ANTHRACITE 50 Freeman Street 327 Glenwood Ave Newark, N. J. East Orange, N. J. Tel. MArke! 3-1960 Tel. OR:-xnge 3-0473 Fairlie 8: Wilson Coal Co. 128 AVON AVENUE NEWARK, N. J. ESscx 3-5900 ORange 5-5900 Pellecchia Agency Real Estate and General Insurance 744 BROAD STREET NEWARK, N. 1. Mltchell 2-173 5 Conzplimefzff of Joseph M. Byrne, Jr Prfge Fifly-fam ALL FORMAL PORTRAITS IN THIS YEAR BOOK WERE MADE BY PAT LIVERIGHT, A. R. P. S. of me PATRICK STUDIO 48 WALNUT STREET NEWARK, NEW JERSEY Telephone R6lD1'8.f67lf6d by Mltchell 2-1755 DORIS W. D. HAY Page Fifly-H ESsex 3-6917 Established 1880 LOUIS W. KENNYOTT, JR. Granite Memorials Marble 478-82 SOUTH ORANGE AVE. Opp. Fairmount Cemetery NEWARK, N. Cnmplimefzlt of THEODORE BORNSTEIN POPPY KNITTING MILLS 60 SPRINGFIELD AVENUE NEWARK Sweaters - Bathing Suits Sporting Goods O'GORMAN 81 YOUNG Incorporated Insurance 1172 RAYMOND BLVD. NEWARK, N. J. Telephone MA. 3-4029 Exicle Dong Ba-ttgrigg HU' 2-6066-7 Smoke Paint ELECTRIC BATTERY co. Schoenlebe, "Serves You Right" 515 CENTRAL AVENUE NEWARK, N. J. "ESSO" hand made pipes will give you greater satis- faction. They need no breaking in because they are made out of the finest Imported Briar without paint. CBuilders 0 I BU NESS C EERS , I O C ' C O L L E C E - Business Administration. Accounting Shorthand. Secretarial Sciences w , ew r v Academy and Halsey Streets Ne ark N Je sev Page Fifty-.Tix CENTRAL AUTO BODY 81 RADIATOR CO. 1. BLACK, Prefident Automobile Collision Repairs Telephone MArket 2-4439-4440 272-274 CENTRAL AVENUE NEWARK, N. J. RELIABLE BRAKE SERVICE 478 SOUTH ORANGE AVE. NEWARK, N. J. Brake Relining and Axle Straightening TIRE TRADING COMPANY 257-241 HALSEY STREET NEWARK The older! and larger! Carburetor and Ignition Service Station in New ferrey C077lfIli7ll6'lZl.f of THE WASHINGTON FLORIST JENSON 8: MITCHELL, Inc. Automobile and Truck Springs 400 NEW STREET NEWARK, N. J. Telephone Mltchell 2-0805 AUTO GEAR 8: AXLE CORPORATION 45 WILLIAM STREET NEWARK, N. J. Phone MAL-Ref 5-3108-3109-5110 Phone HUmholdt 3-1529-1530 MCDONOUGH, Florist 576 BROADWAY NEWARK, N. J. "WOTIZ MEAT" Served in New f61'J'6jflJ' Foremofl Reilaumnlx "WHY NOT IN YOUR HOME?" Sllbllfbdn Deliferier 525 CENTRAL AVENUE NEWARK, N. J. I Tel. HUmboldt 2-5700 Page Fiflj-,rezfen YOU HAVE A NICHE TO FILL The young and ambitious face a major task in building a career Be confident of yourself and your ability. A cloubter seldom goes far, but the courageous rise above the rebuffs and go on to success. Be confident of your own futu1'e! The 1BruiJrntial Zlnsuranre Qlumpanp nf Qmerira EDWARD D. DUFFIELD. Preridenf HOME OFFICE: NEWARK. NEW' JERSEY P ge Fiffjl-High! NEWARK ACADEMY Founded 1774 ORANGE and FIRST STREETS, NEWARK, N. A school for boys, with a continuous course from the lower elementary grades to college entrance. A new and completely equipped building, with laboratories, gymnasium, play courts, athletic field, and dining room, provides facilities for a full and interesting program. Apjrlicaliom for Sepfembef' admirriozz may be made Now. 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