Newark Academy - Polymnian Yearbook (Livingston, NJ)

 - Class of 1951

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'1Q11C1"1V 1'1 11'1 L111 111111' my 111 M11 O11 E. 1111111119 11111 1 1 1' X, tc '111', 1111 1f1'1 '1 acufttg KENNETH O WILSON 'Hczlf 'UUSILI QIYHGD AB Prmceton Umxer :rx 6 ALBER1 T DAv1s fnlmzrxan pllllllt SPELILIYILI C1898D AB Prmceton Llmxerslty PERLEY C HYDE V L5 fl7LHllSVW CIUIXD AB Amherst Colleg,e FRANK MCGRATH J'l1storv Cl927j AB Amherst Colle e ARIHUR W NELKE R U n nr 1n!4r1n44i14m Cl942D BS Umversny of Mmm WA Columbn Llmversntv CAIHERINE D LYNHAM lon ar Jllltfllltdiltlll, Cl943j B S Teachers College Columbla Llmverslty CLINTON F ZERWECK English KIQOJD C1950j AB Muhlenberg College M Y1le Llmverslty HAROLD H Honas Hlsforv Latin Cl9273 AB Amherst College GEORGE M PIERSON Lalln C1929D A B Amherst College ROBERI M BUILER Cl943D AB Bites College UDELL H SIALLINGS Juulor 0 Plwsn 411 gtilliatlklfl 4 It 1 4 IL CIQLHD A B Oberlm College N1 A Columbn LIFIIXCYSIU A. . 4 ' ' P11 xii, ' ' ll f . ', , ,. . , J . .4 . ,. li ' A ' ' ' ' Study fl-14111, 5W41llJcm41ti4's l l " . l"" fmvfc . K' Q 1' ' "f m1l,ll't"s 7 PAULINE P MARTIN Prrmarv Department C1943 Clarlon Stare Teachere College Umversltx of Pennsvlxama JENNIE M EVANS Prmmrm Departmeni H9475 State Teachers College Bloomsburg Pennsylvanua Russu S MONICA 7-hsiorx C1940 BQ Fordlnm Unneraltx UNA BOYLE 'Prxmmx Dcparhnuzl Cl948D BS Vhlls Adelplu Colle MYRON E VLCEK Plwunal Ldmatxou 09485 N1 A George Wishlngton Umxersltx ARTHUR W HANNES Qerumn Iremla bpamsb C1946D BS VIA New York Llmversny Columbxa Umvers1ty Umverslty of Pins Unnerslty of Berlm OTTO E HUDDLE Yllailwcmatus Cl947D A B Albany Stite Teachers Nfl A Columbn Llmversxty JAMES H BLAKE 'lfalruvmlus F llv Torn: 410483 B A D1rtmoutl1 College Unncrsm of Nlunlclm Columbn Llmxcrslty ROBERT W BOYNTON English 09483 A B Prmceton Umversxty Nfl A H1rx1rd Umverslty ARLES L DOYLE 5111111511 C1949D BS St Peters College Nfl A Qcton ll1ll Unlvermtx MARION V RICHARDS 77'f11narv Deparlmcn! 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Q NMR-Q iv Nevnrk 3 Entered N A l94L7 11141ttLrs1 7Oll lmt 1 1 LD IS one of 1l1e fr1endl1cst fellows In the clwss A bv boy lu IS well known lor lux l1urt1nLss md wood lmumor On the SNVIIIIIHIHU tum he proved lnm self 1 1 rut Qompntltor 1n1.l IH truk the slmot put ln-. been bowed mwnv feet by lm powerful wrm SWIIHIUIUU JV 4 V'1rs1t3 5 Tr1ckjV 4 Varslty D Clee Club 5 Intrimurwl Bukctlrnll 4 Intr1mur1l Volleybwll 4 W Llmtecl Wforld Fecler1l1stQ w 13' - - ,J , III 1 "Nu t'i1'I':t'11 pcm 11 cvur gl c lo lrctl Ilw mme 111 llc glels up." ' 4 t ' ' 1' k - I rs-ul 1 11 ' 1 - 1 y- U I ' ' f-KIT . 1-1 T.lb 1- 3 1 O1 Ig- . . rg-. " xg. . l'l- cml fei. ', be is n collector of gg 3 . l us I1 .' - sta' o the Scllol rill- team. liill is n grmt -nal 1 .Il ' ' ' l' . I H ' . y 1 ' 7 1 . 1 . ', ,7 1 1 . ' ' . 'g 1 1 . . , fy Te I, fy 'N ,,-ylll X , I, f .' . 1 lui my . 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KM 10171 CQIUIICIY QIOWII Orange Entered N A 1941 Yup rcss mm vm mu' 7 nm II 5I1urv'l4si Bull IS equally good rn all the muon sports Hts end runs left hand push shots 'md lne s1n1les were 1 trtbute to the scmool uherexer they were executed Iesxdes sports Bull especially llkes uzz and he can often be seen Ill record shops buymv the newest labels Iresldent of Ins class m the Tlurd 1nd Fourth Forms Btll proved to be one of the 'tblest class othctrs utr elected Football IV 2 V1rs1ty 3 4 C1pt'un 5 Basketball V slty 3 4 coCpt1m 5 Bwscnll V Varsity 3 4 'Winnie fllruz 4 W Intramural Vollex b 4 5 Athletic Assocmtuon 2 3 4 S flue-.LL tb Class President 3 4 Student Council 5 XXIQTILI tl Ytu r 'QQ z NJ XY 5' fp 'Lt 5 Jgldjy XP Jfff .-1 at XY' ff X K 44' 1774 "-CJ r t r ff fdbuow 'awe coll ZZMWQA ,gale fcfLgA4,U1iiC, bead Qnkojgjcjfjfg 1J4zf.o,f7 ,fegruokl juvojx 11,3-C 4,3,,-7,4 diff' fvjx flfyizff ? IC md Wally Gasfe fane U Ilnllstde Fntered N A 1947 Ilhlt srrxous tonlunplallorz an You IH' QWIIIIIHIYIU and tennts are Ducks fortes und ttose tewms successful seasons haxe been freatly due to lus capibtlltles He ts especnlly fimous for Ins excel lent lnckstroke tn the pool A smeere fellow Dlek has many tlmes stood up IU hnstory class and expressed ns polrtlcal vteu He ts well luke and admlred for tlus stratghtforvnrdness Besides bemg, Interested rn Swllllllllflg 1nd tennts Duck rs also adept m boxmg, Swrmmmg IV 2 Varsnty 3 4 5 TCHHIS Vars1ty3 4 5 Intramural Football 4 5 Intramural Basketball 4 H Intramural Softball 4 5 Unlted Worlcl Fed eralnsts 4 President 5 Wlznutc Nan 4 9 Press Club 5 Photography Club 4 5 Rnfle Club 2 Wearer of the 14 X -Q X K ' -I , , , ,A, . A , . f .I . I., ' 'Y . '.'. J ' '. .- ' ' . 4 . . . .. . ., 1 . . , 4 'D ' ., , . 1. ,j .f ' t IV- 2, ar" ., , - a .' of j..Z2, - -I :J ' ' ,ef - all ,,y ,. 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Plqmheld Entered N A 1950 10111144 1111111 111 11l10 s mos! 11 011c Althouhh Pete wws 1 newcomer to thc clwss of 1931 1t ghd not twkc hun long., to mn m1ny 1flCl'lQlS The newly formed Press Club wws l1r ely successful beciuse of lus excellent 1111111 ement Pete IS wlso tenuous tor lns weekend esmpndes bwss xolcc und qu1ck w1t IS ulwmys w1ll1n to IVC 'ud to those who neul 1t P ess Club Presulcnt 511111111 WI 11 lJr1n1 C I1 '1 flee Club 5 A m WJHW Ll 4M.,,f,LffL AJa,g4'W""'44 J 4 We W7 15J,fgeiJQ,f'11k-1 VICE, 951 J 1fW,1ff1M 1 ff U, GO Nevs lt Entered NA 194K 11 111 who tru true honor 111011 1171111 111111 Durmg the fall and w1nter, Rog IS lust :mother easygonmv "one of the boys", but when the baseball fcvcr h1ts lllln IU the sprmg, one can hncl h11n at any tune ball hawklng from h1s shortstop posltnon Besmles bemg an adept athlete, Rog d1d a swell job as Ed1tor of the 5111111110 5111111 and st1ll found t11ne for h1s SflldlCS But he wasn't so StLIdIOLIS that he d1dn't have t11ne for fun, for 1f somethmg IS worth laughmg at, bet your hte Rog Wlll be there Baseball JV 3, Varslty 4, CCDPYRIIID 5, Swunnnng 3, 4, 5111111111: 5111111 4, Eclltor 5, 7'olv111111f111 5, Press Club 5, Umtecl Worlcl Federahsts 4, 5, Roux French Medal 4, Wearer of the "N" 15 "gT1,w s r -1 ' thc 1vorl1l is he 1 511111111 J l To all who knoiv l11I1l,, he51s n sincgerc friend who 5 tri' b fb' C57 ,C K' 511 5, '.1. ll 5, . ., 1 5 af - " ' . 1 ' '1 , , I if xg ' 1 ZH 1 1 Q L I . ,Af ' , ft jf I ' b 4' r a I 14 4 , f X4 Q I " ' , - 1' L' l ,cc I I CI' gi' 1 L X -Q PW' A ' . 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Football j.V. 2, 3, Varsity 4, 5, Basketball j.V. 3, Varsity 4, Baseball j.V. 2, 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 4, Intramural Softball 4, Drama Club 5, Minute fllmi 4, 5, Polvmuian 57 Composition Contest 3. ,Qc 'lst we X Q23 74 ,xl .4 M wgtffjf A fl Wfadfs' fi uf cmonafd cf Gmfe Upper Nflontclair Entered in 1948 fl title mm slmll had ilu rm on As 1 member of the Rifle Team Mac has certainly proyed his ability to be amonv the top scorers con sistently for the past two years His prowess with 1 camera has won hnn the photovraphic 'tssivnments of the 5l1l1lllfL 'Wan as well the unofiicial title of teacher to the younger members of the Photography Club The faculty was amazed by the strong perse verance shown by Mac in the raismv of his marks during the last half year Nflacs numerous Chevrolets hate been the sublect of discussion more than once by the members of the class Always ready to vvisecrack his sense of humor is 1 great asset to him and to his class Rifle Team 4 5 Track 4 5 Photography Club 3 4 5 Qllmuic Nan 5 Polvumimi W Wearer of the N . 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T N368 fi 16 model! goseph E f cgufo Newark Entered NA 1940 In arent and flu Ixlllt ham need o one anothu A football star and one of the Wlrnxatc Dian s edu tors Del has certainly made true friends at Newark Academy An oldtmer enterlnf the school ln the prnnarles he has made hls mfecttous lauohter sound never too often with n earshot of hls classmates Always ready to try hrs hardest vshether lt be on the held court or dance floor Bob wlll go far 1n this world lt seems lmpossrble that any one as popular athletlc and xersatlle as Del could also be a scholar but tts all down on the record The members of the 1 raduatln, class as well as the facultv wnll not soon forfet Dcl Footaall JV 2 3 Varsny 4 5 Basketball JV 2 3 Varsuty 4 5 Baseball JV 2 3 Varsxty 5 Student Councnl 2 2 5 Press Club 5 Wlnnafe Swan 4 5 7'olvmnmn 5 Athletlc Assoclatlon 4 a Drama Club 5 Wearer of the N nnjmuwwt whw QB QnM7GL1k5 MDW JPG 29- M 6' 11 J Wfmimaw 1951 geafplz wider gngef Llnnon Entered NA 1949 Prosperity accounts for the conlent o the ortunnlc They say that a soft answer turneth away wrath but obvlously Ralph has never heard that old saymv A wtsecrack here and there will get hrs vlctum rag.,ln to the glee of all those present Ralphs repertoire of jokes has made htm one of the dehnlte clowns of the class to the joy of all the seniors Besldes the possessor of a sharp wut Ralph ns the possessor of a sharp car Many has been the tlme when an under Graduate would Gaze wonderlngly at It mud the roar of the dual exhaust system Newark Academy wlll mlss Ralph Varsity Qwmmnng 4, Clee Club 4, a K . 1 . ,. t s 7, , f , 1 L J I ,J ' , .5 1 . 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I 1. .A ' Y - . , , . as rv ' 4 . 1 , .. 112 cf qosep CEUQUIO Bloomheld Entered Nl A 1910 Jf1mtlcn11r1 zs um ulwo never lmris nuvum s uluzas Al comtng to us thls ye1r from Bloomheld Ilwh School ll'lS I11'1Ll m1nv true frrends durmv hls stu As the st1r ol the h1sl4etl11ll team he has lmmortahzed llll1l9E'll' IH New 1rlt Academy s hnstory bs settmg a new 1nd1x1du1l scornng m1rk of thtrty three points m one 5.111116 LIITG 1 tr1clc man also Al proxed hlmself 1n 1l1le chscus throxser l1st tear Alxmxs re1dx to cup 1 smxle or 1 hello to 1nyone, whether If be 1t the c1ndx counter or on the street Al h1s mon hum 1 hxvm p 1ce rn the 0Y1LllI'lTlllL1 class VTTQIIX B1slteth1ll Vi' Tr Pr ss um XVc11e'r of tlfe fx -is-f'-' J' 1 4 SKK ,Q-Q kin wooaao UUIICQ 011195 O Qlllb Oranve Entered NA 1048 llvxl s 7lllLHLL mov no11q11cr mlvlv Pete rs one of the 01x est members of the 0r1du1tm0 cl1ss SOLl'll set The fame of h1s L 6 Dodge h1s spreul f1r and nude th1t ns, to 1lmost exery gtrls school II1 the state As 1 rel11l1le pl1cer on the Ac1de1nx 5NNlI11l'Illl'lg fE'1l11 Pete h1s won the 1dm1r1t1on 1s well as the respect ot has frxends However Pete xnsnt always all fun Xwhen hls stuches demanded hrs atten tlon he shoved he could do hts sh1re 1nd more Football JV 3 SMIIHHIIHU Second Tenn Track 4 Clee Club 4 5 Qudent Councnl Vnce Presndent W , L 5 . A h I . , L e . 1 ' ' ' b ' . , 1. L, L . ' A ' V ' ' 1' ' I r r ' v . . Q ' . . , , ' ' 1 1. -1 l x L V U 1 - E ' X U . , I . ' ' . 'bl . ' 1 F . . t X L, fp fad sw eff ctr S, A ', , A N -md' tc ' L.. A Q V71 l. I 1, 16,44 1 L , L. ,N ' , Vi, ' f ,A 1 L . ' 5 ,f , L ' ,sq l A V I V! f t.x'y f E L- . ' - 1 1, H ' 4 ,: 1 . La ! , Q' " .H U ' X? 'A .0 ,, ff f ', If 1 f V v ff? Jwfll f ' ' lf 4 ffl ' ' 'VZ A T' 11 X . , ll VJ' x VI, I s 1 -' - l . l , ft' , ff ' , A I X X1 ,' ' ,Xe ' WIHPY V I ki fr 77 Y 1 I . K ' , . 1 Z 4. - . MA 1 I 4 ' m - gf . 1 A-1. Q,-. 'X K L I rx L . . , "7-lc' 1 lm. 14 W " ' " ling." Xwssws -ss. k I. A ,L ' ., L L l X., N . , . L V. L .: L V V -3 I . . e L 1. n Q V ' " . L , c ' K I 1 D 4 ' ' . . 1 'L ' . , ' 1 , L . . . .7 ' b, L 3, 47 z , -1 -1 4, Pr Qeorge QQFI-Ilg Newark Entered NA. 1943 ",-I reterltitte memory may be it good lhing, but HJC ability to forget is the true token of greatness." Wlten the spectators of the football games this season heard a deep resonant voice over the loud- speaker system proclaim that so and so ltad just raced ninety yards for a touchdown, it was more than very possible that that voice belonged to George. Since his entrance into Newark Academy eight years ago, George has been in extra-curricular activities up to his neck, and seems to be able to carry them to the amazement of both the faculty and the student body. A member of the starting live this year, Cveorge has won the respect as well as the admiration of his classmates. Baseball j.V. 2, 3, Basketball IV. 3, 4, Varsity 5, Zilimtte film: 3, 4, 5, Microphone Club 3, 4, CPresi- dentb 5, C-lee Club 4, 5, United Worlel Federalists 3 4 5- Wearer of the "N" x WL . lmfaj MXMLI ,ta WMM 5 I WW it if 1 it 1 1951 'VV I I Ml LI if tl, 77fZUI'fl.l1 .Zfan glD5lS!7UI'g ast Orange Entered N.A. 1942 A grail! pleasure in life is doing what people say you cr1n'l." Martin is an "old-timerl' in our school, having tered back in Primary IV. Since that time he has uilt up a fine record in everything that he has ttempted. XVell-liked by his classmates, his name has ecome synonymous with the word activities. In ite of this host of extra-curricular work, Marty, s he is called by his classmates, has found time keep his grades well into the "B" level. XVith a cord like that, Mart cannot help but be a tre- endous success in later life. Intramural Football 4, 5, Intramural Baseball 4, 5, tramural Basketball 4, 5, Intramural Volleyball 4, 5, .V. Baseball 3, Microphone Club 3, 4, Vice-President , Drama Club 2, 3, Secretary 5, Polyimtian 5, JIUIIIIIL' an 3, 4, Feature Editor 5, Press Club 5, Stamp lub 5, Clee Club 4, 5, Library Committee 4, 5, nited XVorld Federalists 4, LTime Current Affairs est 2. f'N Y -le:-lg 'lm- f meter gohn Orange Entered NA 1950 on nr 1 I C c 1 L in ms drown so rm! Pete cxen though he only entered the Academy thus year has burlt up an rmposlng record He was 1 nnrnstay of the Academy football squad and to lllus trate hrs rmmense popularlty wrth hrs classmates he nas elected to the rmportant post ot the executive councxl of the Athletrc Assoctatron Takrnv the Decem ber Boards for Colgate Pete received the happy news of hrs acceptance to that college and left thus school at the end of january lt Pete hghts as hard through lute as he does on the Orrdnron he will certarnly be successful Varsrtv Football 5 Athletlc Assoclatlon N Wearer of rl N1 we MM rf wise rand CSEUIIIUP feafofex Q llarrrson Entered N A 1941 uoblr mm s rw 1 1 as Frank 1 brrllnnt student has been popular 'rmon faculty and students alrke smce he entered our school ln 'mddrtron to havrng managed both the Baseball and Football Teams for two years Frank has found time to compound a huh academrc ratmg Hrs mterest hes m englneerrng and he has hrs own set of mechanncal dramng mstruments wlth whrch some hne work has been turned out Baseball Manager 3 4 5 Football Manager 3 4 5 Basketball Manager 5 Drama Club 4 5 Clee Club 1 Wearer of the N kd f ' QOOJ "Up mlm! cal folly his our jf1'5ll' fwtf, lr! he It q , , g t I -f , f f L . - . 4 . A L . ll A 4 .' L F U ru . . I F v g - 1.6 . ., ., . ,, . ' 'S' D Tm' l Qldilet' 1 ' ' ' -V W 774 f - if , f if ,D W IM f ff X I ' th f- illy 5 A F f I , x f ' . f IT: t fy, O Cya' l 5 , K r. f "'Tlml ' ' dy k"1 ever will llwir llc . ,. ". ' , .5 . . g 'g . 'C' ' . Q0 o el! Glzmfes gfenznzeter E1st Ormge Entered N A 1945 'Www would PL 1 man I 11 n non ton urn I Bob entered the Acwdemy b1ck ln the Lower lnter meclnte l-llgh In ucwdemlc standing he h1s 'llso been the star of N A s Tennis Tenn for three str11ghtye1rs Bob who plays the pnno brnllnntly 1nd Ins g.,1ven nnny recrtwls rn the Qchool Ch1pel holds th n port1nt posltuon of Secretwry Trmsurer of the Student Council Tlus proves that he Ins the respect 1nd frrendshnp of his clwsstmtes TCIIIIIS5 4 5 Dr1m'1 Club 4 Cliuslncss Nf11n1g,er3 5 Press Club 5 C-lee Club 4 5 Zllznult Illtm 4 5 ADUIVIIIVIHIH 5 Student Councll Cqecretiry Tre1surerD 5 Orchestri 4 5 lntrimurwl Footb1ll4 5 In'lr1 muril Bisketball 4 5 lntrimuril Volleyb1ll 4 lhncc Commlttee 5 Weirer of the New f af WAN w-lol ff! 1? f.-If: f-nh C5 fa- it ...LS ' 11- M A 951 3' lp it Wl!!lUlll Quan? WQIITGHJQ4 Belmar Entered N A 1947 in equal stale zvezglmzg delight and dole Blll, atlectxonately known as "Ch1co" among hrs classmates, has been a very actlve member of the class slnce hrs entrance ln 1941 Bes1des makmg many frlends, Bull was one of the substltutes on the football team that Coach Nflonnca could count on lf Blll keeps the same cheerful drsposmon throughout lrfe, that has earned hlm so many frmeds at the Academy, he IS sure to be a success Baseball JV 2, 3, Varsrty J, Football JV 2, 3, Varslty J, Basketball JV 4, Unxted World Federallsts -1, C-lee Club 4, 5, Wearer of the "N" t t Y . . T ' A " l 5 l ' f , 111145 v -' J ' :is L I 5 ' lc . 5 ' K l I K 5 I K... L .- , L c .L . VC L L . Y. . ' . . , Q it - L .QI I L ' sf . . .. . Q: x - K I - I l t... L :. 'I., ,,, . t , . .1 - I A f f A z ' A ' , A z ' , . , l . 1. - t. I , 7 . t , , f 4 t K , , 5 4 - t t , , 5 t t t , 7 . , , . X 0 04 E Ad R Q D , , I . ' 1 A tu, lt I al ' ' fc manic! cgblewrzrf iorlfl Newark Entered N.A. 1945 'Ll goof slorvlcllcr is it Iverson who luis ti good mcniory and lwjws his lisleficiis lu11wii'I." David, one of the old Academy students, entered our school in the Lower Intermediate. Continually making friends on the ascent to becoming a senior, he is considered a storyteller of renown. Suffering an iniury, he was forced to retire for most of the football campaign, but was awarded a letter on the merits of his previous accomplishments. If he shows the same spirit exhibited on the lield and in the classroom, he certainly wfll be successful. Football j.V. 2, 3, Second Team 4, Varsity 5, Ritle Team, Second Team 3, Varsity 4, 5, Track j.V. 2, 3, Intramural Volleyball 4, 5, Cvlee Club 4, 5, Press Club 5, United Worlcl Federalists 4, 5, Wlearer ofthe 3'3e9i2,ilQ'5fsM?fQJiN5tQf735ls .,, . D500 1 Q55 5115 vo x A1 , so K U9 X sqjgif' 5 - 3 774 L M, wwf, i , jfs, ia. 5. as rag, rw, , , I y Cm, from we We ellmf 'Q' 4 QIWZZW raw g ,1 I fo model? gfenry gfanler Passaic Entered NA. 19 "Bold, Tris! and irnjmrlml spirit." Bob came to Newark Academy in our iunior y and qufckly acclimated himself to our routine of stu Possessing a quick wit and a ready smile, Bob I made many friends. On Fridays, one can usually fi him feverishly circulating the current issue of t flliiuile jlltlll. His classmates envy Bobs new c which so comfortably transport him from Pass every day. Intramural Football 5, Intramural Volleyball 4, Rifle Club 4, 5, f'l1iriu1c fllrm 4, Circulation Mana 5, Cvlee Club 4, 5, Drama Club 5, Dance Commit 4, 5, United XVorld Federalists 4, 5. gfowflfff LZSAQI' vwefll Maplewood Entered N.A. 1944 "Genius can only lrrentlvc freely in an atniosphere of iFreedom." Howie is well-known for his Iightningflike computa- tions in Math. Besides being an Honor Student through most of his High School career, Howie is also quite interested in the United Wtnrld Federalists of which he is Vice-President this year. Although quiet for the most part, when you get Howie started, you will find his conversations witty and quite thought- provoking. Intramural Football 4, 5, Intramural Basketball 4, 5, Intramural Volleyball 4, 5, Intramural Baseball 4, 5, United World Federalists 3, 4, CVice-President5 5, Stamp Club 3, President 5, Dlinule Nun 5. I Jffio' bf-' .jatff L.. I-H di-L ' '..' Co L. 'I 'jf JY c.1Zl0f:?ff-je 6- . 1, faftftza-C111 1,7 I fl ,A ' If 54.404, 63319 Q42 -Q, 5275 I yffllgf ,fa-.1 gfliffllll BVOIISOH gillllg Upper Montclair Entered N.A. 1950 "Hope swells my sails." Bronson graduated from Point Pleasant High last year and attended the Academy this year before going into the Air Corps in December. His favorite sports are track and swimming and he is quite a proficient speed demon in both. Bronson has spent many hours burning the midnight oil, getting used to difficult N.A. homework. Drama Club 5, Intramural Football 5. X. -111.12--21' 0,5 gy-,.CXs?"Sl""Q'QlfL-! N3fk 11 lk. 11 ml TL 1.110101 nnoilver mlm! an cd K lly IS one of tle ne basketball layers who have dexeloped theur sklll oxer the yea at Newark Academy He also has been IH ln b Student Counc a e starthng, gams oxe -4 year Kelly vull long be noted tn the x of hls chssmates for h1s smcere work and 1b1l1tx to take tlme out for a joke or 1 rlde m h1s Chevv Student Councll 4 Presldent 5 'Ilmuie Wlan 3 4 News Board Edltor 5 Umted World Federahsts 3 Clee Club 4 5 Press Club 5 Intramural Football 4 5 Intramural B'1seball4 5 Intramural Volleyball 4 5 COIIIPOSITIOU Contest Second Prnze 2 V1rs1ty Basketball 3 4 5 Wearer of the N KX Wag, 5513 1 il X 1416221 '70"0"13 fied! XM gdm una, C9110 7720! fa! Irxxngton Entered N A Icl4l Fm k11o111lctlqc, lou, rs Hull ll puxmr Carrymg hve mayors and tecenmg top notch grades are second nature wzth Ed He xs a vsorker nn the true sense of the word Ed was elected Presxdcnt of the Senlor Class He IS CIIICIIV responstble for the brllhant edxtorlals ln tlns year's 2141111116 341111 Another quahty for wlnch he 19 esteemed by hls classmates rs Ins HbIIlfV to laugh at any and all jokes, IUCILICIIDQ the ones about lns '39 Ford Drama Club 4, 5, Unltcd World Federallsts 4, 5, 211111111 7111111 Ed1tor1aI Edxtor 5, 7'olV1111z1a11 5, Dance Commlttee 5, Intramural Football 4, Football JV 4, Track, Second Team 4, Varsnv 5, Intramural Basket hall 4, 5, Presldent Scnlor Class, Scholarslnp Medal 5, Fssav Contest, Second PFIZQ 3 24 N ' X 11 us ' Q ' wr 4 y . . 5' ' En d A f ' ' Qian' 1111 "us I 4 1, X ' ' Q, , , Q , I ,f " H I x e 1 ' 1 ' e 1 . . 1 s ' ' L . - -- . ' . X . , . I . 1 ' if -J' A 1 1 1' ' 1 ' ' - -1 41 1 1 1 if , 1 11 1 1 1 4 1 if H ' 1 1 -' ' I T t . , , , , t H U. ' r N Wil, ' 1 111 1 1 f 1 , . 1 h K I W . .. 4 Z 4 I -Zi 'gl lk lll m Bellevxlle Entered NA 1941 NL lo L mu 0 tu q Al 1lw1ys seeme to be m1n1g,1ng, or l1L'1LllIlg., some thlng 1nd whether nt be the Dr1m1 Club or the Nm ulc 141171 vou c1n be sure of 1 good job with hue n1me on the lust Al 1 COUSCICFIIIOUS student of m1ny m1ture quahtles c1n 1lw1ys be found fC'lLlll'lg, p1pere, from other Qchools or brushmg., up on the d1x 5 Spanish rn the Study H1ll before cl1sses Student Councll Vlce Presldent 4 Dr1m1 Club 4 Busnness N11n1ver 5 Zllmulc ylltlll 4 Busrnus Nfhn 1 er 5 Cl1CLflC1LlLf 5 Clee Club 5 lJ'lI'lCL Commnttee 4 5 SCLfCl1fX Tre1surer 4 QWIIIIIIIIUQ., V1rs1ty 3 4 5 Tr1ck VTFSITY 3 4 5 Improvement Trophy 4 Smm mmg Wearer ofthe N "-lf-5' F Jf 4 Lfyd L ,f .479 llifl 44 j,H6l Qdxi ,I '77 xfvfylw f 0 40 " -7 3- J'-lxf-Z4 Ay ZH' ,VJ Je-.,o.f,f VLXML jf? MW ff Affwf fhflwnvk ,oe I '14-1241 Aram, , marc! lfleuwut South Or1n1 e Entered N A 1945 Ami stxll tlvcv qu Lil m1d5t1ll the wonder ren 'That out mmll head could carry all be lump Lee 15 suipested by the qLIOf'1llOl1 1bove IS one of the more brlllnnt members of our cl1ss Wlnner of the Schohrshnp 'Vled1l sex er1l tunes durnng his Prep School c1reer lee owes lllS lug.,l1 5t1nd1rds to h1rd work 1nd 1 deeper delxlnf unto the ilIl'JlCCT fl1'll1 IS requlred whnch by the xx 1x often 'lSfOlll'1dS both hw te1cherQ 1nd cl1Qs mates Possessmg, 1 ood sense of humor Leee loud guffaw ll'lS often broken the pe1cefulnesQ of 1 Study H1 United Worlcl Feder1h5ts Vtce President 4 'llmule Tian 4 Nl1n1g,1ng, Edntor 5 Clee Club 4 5 St1mp Club 5 D1nce Committee 4 5 Cheerle1der 5 Student Councll 2 4 Press Club 5 Secret1ry Trusurer Tr1ek Second Tum 3 4 V1rs1ty 3 B15ketb1ll .IV 3 4 Second Te1m 5 lI1If"ll1lLIf'll Footb1ll 4 J Intramur1l Softb1ll 4 5 lntr1mur1l Vollf.vb1ll 4 5 Schohrshup N1ed1l 2 4 Honorable Nlentlon 3 SNRQXSQQI5 . flell ' 'f l el' - 'ull dv to 1 f l IH . 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X L C A L ,Q V L 4 1. , . lf V' 'L t m L L Y z-I X 4 1 1 1 xy, I . .t '. 1 t g , , ff H Y L g . 1 .ll. . x K .h 4 . - FQ J ,. 4 1. 7 ' ,g ' ,,y e .g L ,,f ' L x .yt , f ff- - " '-3 x 7? L' R .,, lf' -5 t' e ..., , t ,g 1 L Q ,'g t . 1 ,,g 1 L 'I . ,.7 . 4 .' L , , . . mobert Gofffer Quz'1111 Montclair Entered NA. 1950 "Tor he that once is good is ever good." Bob has the extreme distinction of being the last member of the Class of 1951 to enter the Academy. He joined our happy group shortly after the opening of school in September 1950. Although quiet on the whole, with a little shove to get him started, Bob will give any- one a run for his money in wit and humor. f'L'77jZQ.,1f4f'L"2" . 1 pf. 4594'- 'fifw 'fee' 1 af 1 "' 9591 1774 0 ,iftrfwfglfl .fl We . W ' tl NA. 1 I L' C5 Upper . 'la' ' . ileizce I Kc . the distinction of lass. l'le came to eing th oldest men vark 1 cademy aft 'tretch in the United State. at all in adiusting himself Wlicn he saw that his car purchased a bright red Ford convertible. Intramural Basketball 4g Intramural Baseball 4. vy nd wasted no 1 0 1 elze' o th ways of the scl was not flashy enough tgjetel mall! me Newwrlx Entered N A 1949 utumlzun is tn. ur 0 ll nz 4 Pete mn do more wonders mth the Eng,l1sh lwngtnge thin 'tm other boy nn the elim H121 v1st xombuliry md hrs hm style of wtttm should mwke Pete one of the top wthorc of the future There IS no doubt ln 'my one s mmd tlnt Pete ns one of the best dressed boye tn the elus Hts elothts we whnys the lwtest stylec 1nd he shone hm tiste Drwnn Club 1 'llmult Wltm W 'ls W 25,504 133 Ne' 1 5 . VI "buf ' ' ln' I Je inf." V L 1 'V t K.-. b- if Y K L l 4 E . I I C ' Q A CJ. E I: 1 I.. t E A lt -4 L -4 -Q . 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K rfr Y I 'I 1 I f 4 F ' -7 1 I , cw 7 . elf-3 W' ll Q 'wetiggy Www C-Dflllafd CDIIHOIIKZI mLl69IIOff l:1st Orwn e Entered N A 1944 li SIHLSS 15 ll alt 0 Ever srnce ue c1n remember Don lns been aelluw fl1lI'lgS He us the Good n1tured busmess man of the elws He ts the buQy bee who coolly but lU'1SlCl'fLIllN lnndles the photography 1nd hnwnees of the Volvm mln Wlmen he IS not typlng for the Tliznutt 'Hun or selling 1dS for the Polvmnlml he ein be found pliymf 1 Good gime of touch footb1ll Hts bflgllf cheery 'tt tltude and Colne nlrlt muy mwnner nuke Ruby one of the tops POIYHIHICIH Busmess Manager D Footbwll LJV 1 2 3 JV 4 Intrctmurwl Football 4 J lntr1mur1lB15ket bill 4 3 lntr1mur1l Volleyball 4 W lntr1mur1l Soft bill 4 1 fllmute fllan 4 5 Press Club 1 Stamp und Com Club 3 3 Photogmphy Club 4 Llbrary Com mrttee 3 Dinee Commnttee D Polvmmnn Advertlsmo Contest 4 Tenms J SEQ l 65" bk'- AM 1 4 Olly QPIIIUIJ CSjl!l7QIll1flI1 'Nlunrls Lnterul N A 11344 U 1 Through hind xsorls 'und deternnmtlon Ilanx his dnstxngulshed hlmself 1s one of the cl'1ss brxghtest stu dents Hxs nlents 'ure not lmnted to 'mculcmxc wctnmes for he ns president of the Dmnn Club 1nd successfull5 pwrtlupitecl un the lntrwmurnl provrims lhrry s plwns lo pursue envmeermv 1s 1 prolesslon seem xx ell 1ssured bemuse ol hms 'abllnx md untxrmg pmence D inn Club 2 3 4 QI resldenrb Q Mlcrophone Club 4 'W Clee Club 'a fllmulc 'Van 4 5 Polvmnmn 1 lress Club 5 Dwnce COIIIIHITICS J AL 114-L X UL-1 SV QM V fled' fap Ct0OfgC7 HZUIILIS IIHIIIS lymlhurst l-ntcred N A 1940 ninth ls 1 a Cveoleze s modest personwhty and serlous nnnner hue non hnn num fruends 1t Newwrk Aculemy Every bodx enxnes hmm for hns fibulous sxxewters which he produces on xaruous OCCTQIOIIS One nexer knows vwh1t s IH George s mnnd as he does more hstenmg than talk mv I-hs ambmon 15 to be a doctor m xwhnch professlon thls mdustrlous fellow should be verv successful SecremrvTrensurer of Class 3 Photography Club 4, WASWA 5 .V lf K N .1 -V I X ' A - . 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C51 gn K "As 'J' 'ffl l mln," .' l -f 28 f .mowan nutlz Newark Entered N A 1947 'lloumn xnsptrts us to grmt lhxngs and prevents us rom mnomplishxng them Smltty rs very much lnterested m Newark Academy 'nthletlcs Hrs good end play on the Eootb1ll Team thus ye1r his shown hrs ablhty on the grldtron Hts jovnl wtlttude 'and wntty suture hwe mon hum '1 place wlth the better humorlsts of the class Wltlm an eveready smile 'md 1 clever remark Pwl has 1 world of opportumty before htm Football JV 3 Second Team 4 V1rs1ty 5 Bise b1ll 4 Drama Club 1 Intrwmurw B1sketb1ll S We1rer o the N L Q! U W Wa fr UN T flyll' WWW ff Mr www MXQHMUU ov -Q 3' FMV6 51 ,VM 'Md aurzce tualt Entered NA 1941 An ourue 0 mirth 15 11 orth n pound o sorrow If you re feelm down nn the dumps Ed us the boy to see Ever smce we can remember Ed has been 'zmuslno hrs classmates wnth mmnckmg, and nmpersonatnons Be srdes hrs abnlnty as a comednan Ed plays end on the football team where his speed on the Urldtron matches hrs speed on the track Besxdes workmg hard on school work Ed was one of the munstays nn the Drama Club this year Football ,IV 4 Varsnty 5 Intramural Basketball 4 5 lntmmural Volleyball 4 5 Rttle Team 4 5 Dr-uma Club S Wearer of the N pau 1 CSD ' 4 E ,U T, Xt . f . - U Q- - ' y Q' tn! A all Mft? 4, f J I N 4 L I j , X YJ, Lu b ' X M' 1 A , .- 'dk Lf X It A A In f V O' K A f'lelAl. ' Xi A il' S 1 0 X X' 4 ff Ck Y I W yn l CSD ' I -fl lg b n . . ' Zion gfofnzes Cqrcyfol Nutley Fntcred N A 1949 1 in 41111 Ll 11111 funnier mrlm 1111111 mac Al C'llNL to Neu1rk AC'1LlCl11y l1st ye1r from Nutlq llwh 1nd xnsted no tune 1t 1ll 1n gettmv down to thc husmess 1t llTlld ll tl1ere ever was 1 student who worked l1'1I'Ll Al lb he He can 1lways be found deep 1n h1s 11orl1 Al IS one of the mono lOflLlI1'lIL hoxs 111 thc cl1ss who dmc to school ldlb bplflt 1nd ClLILI'lIlll'l'1lIOI'l coupled mth l11s s1ncer1ty vull st1nd hrm ID -food ste1d 111 1m xenture X1lllCl1 l1e unde1t1kes ,lf 1 fflf 1 , IM " fzf ,fsffjzl Z lf X7 7 fi A117 f flqf A ff ffl? ff! ffff f 01, ,f f J' fff ffbff ,Q fx 3 774 .ff-" 'f IC me sfzeonarrf cgesla Ne111rl1 Entered N A 1941 s um 7 ilunk 18 1 lhulv llvousn A modest 1nd un1ssu1n1ng fellow IS N11ke H1s checr ful atntude intl fnendhness h1xc 1111dc hum descrudlw popul11 He IS skllled 1n 1ll sports but h1s prowess 1s 1 h1rd charfunw t1ckle on the V1rs1tx squ1d v11s LX tr1ord1n1r5 In 1dd1t1on to 1thlet1cs N11ke 111s 111 1ct11e member of the Dr11111 Club 'll1Ll d1d 1n occ1 s1on1l chore for the 241111111 211111 Athlet1c ASSOCIZIYIOII 4 IJTZUIVI Cluh 1 Footh1ll JV 2 Qecond T9'll1l:l V:1rs1tv 4 1 H1seh1ll j V 2 Second Tum 3 WL1fCf ofthe N 1 1 - , . ,, H01 111 l,1'f1'1i'1 lvflns 1 L' is of '1 , I p ' lm 1 ' '1 1 1' 1 K " 'U 1 1 1 ' 1 I ' 3 V X L I .N . 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A - y,'.,-L L a.. fnnncg Yam A45 Fc mme! f I 0 7j'?f!Pl'l-CA QQOAII ilf9lll'lIl'CAf". gf. ark Entered NA. ill-W "'l3c.wlml llv ii seciucsl' ww lllv ciectl " ll wuz. f uaab'g,v7bo z..-'JAP CW'-I n joined our class last year, coming from Virginia. strong voice can be heard in many a history class, orting the rights ol the South and denouncing the l Wai'. The Drama Club is also lucky to have him ts side. The success of many of the dances can be buted to Lon, for he spent many hours on the high er decorating the gym. Wfhenever he comes down ladder or off the stage, he usually goes to work on involved Math problems, or helps fold the flliuiile 1. tramural Football 5, Intramural Basketball -l, 5, na Club 4, 5, Cvlee Club 5, Stamp and Coin Club fliiiule fllmi 5. 31 ..1., f+QifXgrc'i.l:et' f 1' Kkeeh Calf Zhfwnrrvvf U 2 , 4' -V ff P fe' lwoailg '72 Jffv Afwwclvem , gQof1f1fc!tqosepf1 lyclfsfz .IP Newark Entered N..-X. 1945 Mlf il ln' u iiiniifs work, l'll do il." Ronny is one of the more dependable members of the class and yet knows how to mix in a little iollity. llis excellent management of the candy counter has made him known and well-liked by all the school, llc shone in all the Intramural sports and is a prominent member of several other extra-curricular activities. Because of his etlorts, Ronny is deservedly appreciated and re- spected by his friends, this includes all who know him. Press Club 5, Candy Counter 4, 5, Intramural Foot- ball 4, 5, intramural Basketball 4, 5, Intramural Base- ball 4, 5. ir 195 ' r 'QF 1,3 1 , . o x 21 zwa I 17 Q '11 1174 ,,1wf'11lW,w W jwjmbl xfw 1 WIUIVQ vm VW! 4 95.1 'Wen 'trl gserecldjpj If 1111 tal 111 101111111111 111 1 B1 llarx I9 the fellow who brou ht to hfe Q n defunct cheerleader org.,'tn1z'tt1on at Newark Acaduny To ether mth the other boys 1n the red sweaters he led the school ln the hrst org,an1zed cheermg 1t has had 1n a long t1me Bes1des th1s work H'1rv IS a Wllllllg worker at many other 1ct1v1t1es notably decoratmg the gym for dances and on the 7111111111 M1111 and Polym 7111171 HIS qutet att1tude and agreeable personahty have made Harv well l1ked by all the boys Football Second Team 4 5 Intramural Basketball 4 5 Track? 4 5 Drama Club3 5 Unlted World Federahsts 3 4 5 'vhcrophone Club 3 4 5 Semor C-lee Club4 5 211111111 7lfla114 5 Polv11111111n 5 Cheer leader 5 waffef lflyfutehefcfkg Or1ng,e Entered N A 1947 7111111 1111v1l1111q me hours K1 111131 111111 youll soon lu lftlfllttl Wally IS the most jolly and agreeable fellow one can fmd and the fact that hes well fed at h1s fathers dmer makes htm look hke a truly happv fellovl One can usually hnd Wally back stage after school settmg up scenery for the Drama Club plays Another of hls pasnmes IS foldmg a fem thousand ISSUES of the 111111111 M1111 Wally enjoys class1c1l mustc and often can be found hstemng reflectnely to Beethoven s F1fth Ass1stant Football Manager 4 Drama Club 3 4 5 'U1111111 5111111 5 Llmted World Federahsts 5 711111 contest 3 5 1111131.01-5 . . . 5 I: L , 1 . . 1' , -W ji F H 1 R. 1 . 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Yf"1s , 1 - '51 ' ' - '1 - " f- ' " ' - - T1.A,- V-I 11. 1.1! 1 1,-1 1, -, 4,1 .1 11 1, - - ' - 1 ' , , 1111 ' 111 C1111 111' 1-1' L1. 11c 1' 1'11 N11 211,111-' -2, T '- 1 '11 , . 1'11 11'i11 1'111- 1- 1-111 '- 1'- - -1'-, 15111 C1 ' - -, ' 1 ' ' , , -C1 11-111 11111, 1'c111u11111-1' 11'11a1 1111- 1 L11 1'111 111 '51 11L-,111 111 1111- Q1 1111- 111111 111- A11 1' 11111 11111111-1-1111 111 1111-. ass ro ecy The long gle'lI11lI1Q hull of mans flrst rocket shlp to the moon IS Slllfllllg 111 the glare of the huge arc llghts lllllIl1ll1'lflI1g the multltude just startlng to gather the bandstand and above all the celebrltles on ll The flllle IS 7 30 Ill the tVLI1lIlg The place IS the desert of New MLXICO And the date IS May 7 1971 The flllle IS early yet so we can watch the notables when they have thelr halr down Theres Professor Lee NCLINVlfIh head man of the project and author of the controverslal plOlJdf7111l1L9 Re Qflftllilel The Duel O JI 711148 Ami 'Wbv deep Ill conversatlon wlth the famed authorlty on owls Chlco Hernande I see The Terrlble Turk Basmad 11311 brandlshlng hls new rnachete ln the face of Vladlnllf XVlllIEfl6ldSK1 of Slberlan fame and the renowned lnedlator H B Kmg IS I'LlSh1I1g up to see lf thelr dlfferences can t be settled peaceably Everyone here seems to be talklng to hls OppO91tL For lnstance, there IS Howle Kern d19CllS9ll'!g bugs wlth lsolatlonlst Daye Hoag, lnade llnmortal 111 the dltty that woes There was an old hermlt nalned Dave, etc CO!Dtdl'lI1 lnobster Bob Del Tufo whose lllotto IS Slay em wlth jokes or slay em mth lead talklng to racket buster Ceorge glllllllS anel Pollce Chlef Bob Kallter whose pollce yellow lllllffllllli has thenl lll hysterlcs Famous I'l'l'lUlCl'll1 Paul gllllfll who can lnake beer dlsappear fastel than anyone else, IS d0ll1Lf hls act for Blll Brown founder of the telnperance movement called Blll s Booze Battllnv Bums Pete Cood who made hls lnllllons on the slovan Cvoods Goods are better than Best IS belng alnused by concert planlst Bob Hemlneter who IS playlng the Polonalse bllndfolded wlth hls toes Playboy phllosopher Chlz Craster 15 blOXN1l'lQ, huge smoke rlngs around the head of Cannonball Cole who 15 shot out of a cannon and IHTO a Tll0lSt blotter three tlmes a day Crasters clgarette by the way IS of the seventeen lnch yarlety developed by seven foot Harv Yeager the blvvest man ln the clgarette lndustry The hat rack magnate, Don Rubenoll, whose relndeer farm IS stlll l'l'lflVll1g IS llSl'LI1lIlU thouvhtfully to the tales of Casanova Mlke Testa 1 lady klller so proflclent that he almost Hot the cllalr Crooner George Cerlnv whose speclalty IS That Old Black Nl'12lC IS l70I'1IlU mathematlclans lred Wfarnecke and Ed Matzal wlth hls rendlt on of IJIXIL Nlarty Clnsburv whose column The Snooper appears Ill every newspaper of the coun try IS plllllplflg flnancler Frank Creatorex who recently bought up the ChIC3g0 stockyards as to hls latest romance Peter Eater Ferrls the man who bamed SCILIIUSYS hy eatlng ally amount of anythlng IS eatlng the gaudy tle of Pete Chace, dapper IlIllllOll'llfL who lnade hls fortune lI'l whale oll There IS famous Bob Qlllnll whose current Broadway play, EEK IS Olltitllllig all others COIIVCFSIIIU wlth the orlglnal Hell Drlver, Blll Brennan It was once sald that a person spends the best years of hls llfe when he takes 1 ten mlnute rlde wlth Brennan Now the two lnseparable SIRTHCSC tNV1I'lS, L D Brown and Ralph Engel who have taken a leave of absence from thelr on the road show entltled Two s A Crowd are joshlng wlth Broadway actor Ronald Walsh currently star rlnv ln a revlval of Harvey Al Mlller blg neon Sl I1 executlve, has just flashed hls own portable advertlsement SEE A MILLER ln red neon to enter talner Blll Falson, famous for hls wlld partles TOIIT Klernan a bw wheel IU the demollshlng of old and new houses bLlSlI1LSS IS presently drlvlnv Nflerce Blanchard, only man to reach the POSIUOII of Supreme Court lude,e by studylnv at nlvht school to be an LIIQIIILLI' and Al Taylor, dlplonlat of the fnst order craey wlth hls ,glbberlsh about walls and tllell' constructlon Eddy Stuart has all those arounel llllll lll hysterlcs ONLY hls lll1lf'lfl0l1N of famous personalltles DICK Castellane blood brother of Bl I Chlef Somebody or Other, IS Cl'l'1Sll1U Harry S1lVCI'I11'iI1 playwrluht elctraordlnary, around the bandstand wavlnv a tomahawk lll hls hand Pete Rellly, three tlmes wlnner of the Pullteer Prlze, and Mac de Carle, who hunts llons wlth 1 '77 from the seat of a deluxe Chevvy, survey the scene NVll'l1 apparent unconcern The tvwo athletes, K K Marx, pl'OfCSSl0I1'1l basketball player and Al Pasulo Olylnplc shot putter, are ln a heated arvu ment over NN ho has the blvuer blCepS XX alt' The lnoment has at last come Blll Rlchards, master of CEYEIIIOHILS, IS approachlng the l11lCl'Opl10l'16 to lI1tI'0dlICC Presldent Raetzer Llsten to the speeches you wlll hear fOl11f'l1f for thls IS 1 momentous OCCWSIOII A hush falls oyer the crowd as the loud speaker blares the words of the mc Ladles and ventle nlen, me are here t0l1lUl'lf to yyltness one of the vreatest ey ents of our tlme 1 1 '- 1 11 1 1. 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U. XVI: wx BOOK ll o A CQTIYIT i 1 1774 1951 Z 911.01111 mu Cole Del Tufo Nlatzal Crastcr Yeager Nhller Hemmeter Cmoburg Sllxcrman dc Carle L H h nah! flrl mu Blanchard CFd1tor1n Cl1lCfJ Nlr xlCGf3tl'1 CFacult1 Adxlsorl Ruhenofl tliusxnus Nianazv. rl Q0 yI77,I'llClI'l The -l7LlWHlIll!'Hl or Xmr Book of Ncxnrk Amdum IS pI'lllYlTIlW nm r este 1n oerxlnv 1s 1 runun er 0 scmoo nie for the senlorw xlIl10Ll'1 prlncxpomllx 1 xennor hook me of the Polvmnmn Surf trx to gnc 1 rounded resume of 1mport1nl eluhs 1nd te1m5 for the school ye1r Under the c1p1hle leulershlp of Mere. Blanchird CEdxtorm Chlefj and Don Ruhenohf CBLISIDLSS Nhnuzcrb thu lSSLlt uns compiled Our Facultx Adxlsor N1 XlLC,vI'1ll1 deserxes the utmost vr1muc.le for his Uu1d1nee 1nd help We the -DLIWHIHIIHI SMH hue worked h1rd 35 lnd1x1du1ls and 1 1 unmd ho1rd to hrmg 'ICCLIFTIL 1nd mterastnnv Mets to xou If ln htteen xe1rs hence Nou uhoulnl punk up thus nwue 'llltl for 1 len hm-rf moments c rennndeul of old frxendx 1nd uentx ue mll comlder our e oru xsell runrnleal 40 yi 7 ,gpgifllll Le t to rtql l Irs! rou 'vlatzal QEd1tor1al Edttorl Marx fNevss I:d1torJ Kanter CEd1tor ofC,1rculat1onJ Nleuvnrth Clvlanagtng Edttorj Cole QEchtor1n Chtcfj Muller CBusmess Nfianagcrj Del Tufo Cgports Edrtorl de Carle fphotography Edltorb Gmsburg Clzeaturc Edttorl Suomi row Rubcnotl Slutsker jones Ltvm Castellano Hemmeter Brown W Blanchard Craster Mr Boynton CFaculty Advtsorh Yeager Faxson Ccrmg Mathews Wamecke Sxlverman Creatorex Ehrenfeld Kern H Berman 'llnssmq rom picture Retlly Chase, Tartalsky Kern R Smatlancl Brennan Plum Levxtt Exerett Black 'vlr Dams fAlLII'TlY1lEdltOTl Whtteheld mute Thus years 'llmult 'llmt board has trted to accompllsh three mam obrec mes a closer relatuonshlp betvseen the school and tts alumm an accurate and up to date presentatuon ot sehool lute and a better relatlonshxp between the tacultx and the student body ln order to create alumnu Interest, specnal alumm nssues hate been mtro duced thus year These Issues are prepared under the dtrectton of Mr Dans and contaln lnformatton sent to htm bv alumnt concermnv thetr actmtles and whereabouts The board slncerely hopes that an excluslve alumnt bullettn mll result from these befunmnffs To tnsure success In the next atm artlcles dealtnv mth the work and relattonshlp of mdtvlduals mth school success frequently appeared as feature reports ln addltlon, two new columns CLUB NEWS a summarx and schedule of extra currlcular acttvltnes and the SNOOPIIR an expresslon ot student mens on current questtons and problems were ollered Onlx an honest attempt by both faculty and students can result tn an nncreased understandlnv and compatlbrllty between the t o But ln an attempt to reglster the students attltudes m a falr manner the edltorlal marrow ot the 'llznule 'Hun has alxxaxs been concentrated on matters that the board has consldered adequate tor LlISCll5SlOl'l and IITIPFOXQITICUY The success ot the flluzute Illmz has been due not to the efforts ot any smvle person but rather to the combmed enervx ot the board and the lnxaluable coachtng and Uutdance ot Nlr Boynton -ll , - 1. - I 1 I s A A 1 1 1 . , - - , . , e I 1 ' : I V s ' s Y l 1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 1 - 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 - ' " ' I I I 'I I I I I V , . , , . I f ' I 1 ' J 1. L ' l .h L . s -i V -1 S .h 1. n C . . ' 4 ' - - ' A x.- r ' - ' - 1 . t , t . . , 1 I t . 5 K V T , . f rs ' , . , 9 ' . . . . r, ,.,., I A . , b V B 4 l . A ' - - Y rf 1 1, Q V . , t , . . 1 2 s v . . . . 4 U , 1 ,, Y 1. s 5, . . . , , . K , v K , , . . , ' I t 1 ., t e t Q t , L I., Wx . , ,, , .Q N, . Q . . . . . . L . t . , . L V 1 l 1 ki L V r: L L T n 1. I ' t 1. . ' 1 ' . 1, I L , L 'V Z' V D. vs. L z., L . . V . ll? QI'8.S'.S' H Through the untiring efforts and able supervision of Mr. Thomas Delaney, , Makeup Editor of the Newark Evening News, the Press Club, a new, and 19 perhaps the busiest organization at Newark Academy, has taken its place this year, alongside the many other extra-curricular activities, .. With Mr. Boynton as Faculty Advisor and Fifth Former Pete Chace as Copy Editor, the chief function of the club this year has been to send out news releases Cprimarily dealing with news of the school, students, and athletic contestsj to the majority of newspapers in Northern and Central lE .al tl! " fe . , ' K New jersey. . -Joll- Q y. wif' g E rrxizihn L I I vaqlt rout row Ginsburg Slutslxer Berman Ehrtnfeld C-rossblatt Mancusiljngaro Rappaport Let to mllwt setoni :ow Neuwirth Marx Fasulo Castellane de Carle Chaco CCopx Editor? Ycazei Walsh Faison Silverman Let to viqlvt third rou Mr Delaney fAdv1sorl Herr' mntu Hoag Ccring Nfiathuws Schenck Turi Blanchard Kirvsan jones McGrath Cole Levin Dunn Meloro Rubenoff Mr Boynton Lliacults Advisor? 42 he Student Gounci For the first time in Newark Academy's long history, a definite disci- plinary system was introduced and put into effect. The execution of such a system fell upon the shoulders of the Student Council. Under the system the Student Council "tried,' cases of students who had made a breach of discipline. The terms "demerits" and "censure mark" became integral parts of every student's vocabulary and their importance was felt, when, if enough were received, the student was brought before the Council. Under the able leadership of Kelly Marx its President, the Council car- ried out efficiently that which was expected of it. Countless proposed inno- vations were either passed or voted down, improvements were recommended and carried out. Many contributions were also made to worthy organizations. The most important one was a sum of over S100 given to the Hampton School for Negroes. There were also contributions made to many struggling school organizations. The importance of the Student Council in school affairs has steadily increased This is not meant to give more power to the students representa tives but rather to create a better understanding between parents faculty and the student body f. .f K -. get D!!-, k' fr ' . V, 'F L..,.4ii in . is' Yrs .t M. Eet to right rout row Marx CPresidentJ Mr Wilson CFaculty Advisorj Hemmeter tSecrctary Trcasurerl Left to riqlvt second rou Meloro Havtkes Rocco Turn Ferris Brown Day Schenck, Del Tufo Levin Hoag Lynch De Serio -la est H H- 'f M' U 'az F Y 13: 'gf 'gif-fs 'ug : L to right ron! mu Miller Klernan Qilverman tpresidentb Mr Boynton Cl-acultx Advisorl Hemmeter CBusmess Managerj Matzal Hoag Le I to nqbt senond row Nflassengxll Mathews Taylor Qlutsker Fhrenfeld Ginsburg Kanter de Carle. Berman Crossblatt Lxnch Rappaport Left tt riqll tlxrd mu Craster Tun Marx Testa Everett Greatorex Levin Warnecke Evans Richards King Rominski laison 'llnssiiiq rum fmlun Blanchard Chace Del Tufo Reillx Smith Stuart Yeager Xvhiteheld Altman krahk Maurice Plum Tartalsky CVICC Presidcntl ITZITLCZ G ln past wars the Newark Academy Drama Club has had a limited number of members but this year all records were broken as the membership soared to the highest that it has ever been Nfluch of this was due to the entrance of many neu boys to the school last fall who were interested in dramatics Before the Christmas vacation the Thespians presented two one act plays entitled ln The Zone and Refund The former with its all senior cast proved a great success while the latter was a very delightful comedx lt was the second time in the history of the school that such a series as this had been produced In the Spring the Club presented a regular three-act play entitled Com- mand Decisionf This play dealt with the story of precision bombardment during the Second World War. The whole club under the expert leadership of Mr. Boynton and Mr. Huddle kept up its tradition of fine theatrical entertainment. 44 in missin Le f lo rxqlt lust r 14 Evans Forman Romanski CVtcc Prestclentl Boy le Cpresidentj Levin Mr Littell CFaculty Advisorj Let to nqbt second row Meloro Berman, janulis l-itzsimmons Qchoon maker Tartalskx Marti Missing rom picture Crossblatt Mancus1l,ln5,aro Gansler tgccrctaryt fax W fll X Cl8I'lCQ Although one ot the smaller student org1ntz1tions the Science Club oxer came its numerical dehcit with a vigorous and stimulating program ot extreme interest to all those who lean toward the scientihc ph1se of life lts thirteen members attempted to keep the club agend1 as flexible 1s possible This progr1m ot wide scope prexented its 1CflNlIICi from hecommv tedious 1nd horinv 1s often h1ppc-ns with such Groups The m11n topic explored this xear is 1s the chemical elements Each member ot the club it 1s atssigned 1 potrticular element to tmesttgate and discuss in a report This subiect prox ed ins c1rried on in the home ot the Science Club the physics l1b The protects of the Science Club were not limited to its members cxclusixelx se1er1l interesting, films related to scientilic fields were shoxm in the 1udi torium The most enpoyable ot these was probablx the one on the workings ot TH internal combustion engine A science club wouldnt b 1 science club mthout held trips 1nd these were plentiful The bow c1n still recall the xisit to radio st1tion WNJIZ 1s 1 xnid glimpse into modern communimtions President j1clt Boxle and F1cultx Adxtsor Nlr Littell deserxc the credit tor the Science Clubs successful functioning durino 1931 45 . 4 ' c 1 i 1 . f, I ' ' .V . V Y I .1 L . - T L V V n ' . I U , ,L 1 . W .- . : ' . ,, -. l L y EEE so engrossing that a display of certain elements was prepared. This activity ff, 2 . K . V . . . N N 4 K. V ' . L R 1 l 1 i x 1A k 1 7 - .'1 - 3 . ' fg' , ' ' ' ' . ' ' ' e ' . f A ll W , L V. -. . U . V. . T V . ,T - - 1 . . A .I - D . C7 e yyllcrop one N ,fax B!-, . , N .4 in!-t ,yr A 11 1 . ul Al A ir .J 5 fx I The booming voice of the announcer pouring out onto the field, giving lineups and running commentary, has become I1 familiar part of most athletic events held at the Academy. The Mike Club was formed several years ago with the express purpose of giving radio plays to the school over the loudspeaker system. That idea wasn't particularly successful, so the club has resigned itself to the task of sending important radio programs, such as the World Series, over the loudspeakers in the auditorium and giving accounts of athletic events on the field. Under the guidance of Mr. Lirrell of the Science Department, the boys have learned quite a bit about the intricate systems of mikes and ampliliers. Through the leadership of George C-ering and Martin Ginsburg, the Mike Club has had another successful year. I nlviiluud its as all lla .uni on its Let f all I I it Specht Slutsker Sherman Boorsteln Fanning Left lo rnqlit ncuinl im Forman Xcager Cnring Cpresidcntj Silverman Tartalsky V n Doran Lift f qlvt tl rl rou Nlcloro luitt Borshcr janulis Schoonmaker Day Deignan Mr Littcll QF3ClIlij Advisor! 'lliwinq mm fmtun fansler Carodnick Cmsburg fVlCL Pruidnntb lxcllx Luitt -16 ..' --V ,Aff .,, f Y I. f 9 'Q an ui sgnnzen -.funn 'un Sus' :E 4 n 7 r u in' . 22 3 v335:353:3::3::v-3: 3:37:09 !.-!!..e!!!e.-!e ea K 5 !!!!22!S?2!!2!2.2..2!!.. -.320 q ' l 0 fi ' . iris 'mv . - f f ' , ' - ' ' . is i i- ' , X L , ' , - , ', a X , ' f 0 ri , ii . '. A . V 'sv r I I r if w. r A ' , ,'g. -L f '. .. J . I I I ,' V L ' ., . l f . , .- I Gblzotograp y This year, under the direction of Mr. Charles Doyle, more work has been done by the Photography Club than at any previous time. The two senior members, Mac de Carle and Chiz Craster CPresidentD, have, along with Mr. Doyle, succeeded in Hteaching the ropes" to the less experienced shutter bugs. Another senior, Merce Blanchard, joined the club early in December. Many lower form boys such as Bill jones CVice-Presidentb, Pete janulis CTreasurerJ, jack Boyle CSecretaryJ, and Mark McGrath have taught the other members iust how to use the well-equipped dark room. Because of the quality of the Photography Club's pictures, the flflinuie Jian and Polvmnimi made contracts for whatever action photos they might need. In addition, at the end of each sport's season, the organization holds a sale of pictures taken during the various games. The money received goes into the treasury which in turn pays for paper, chemicals, and other essentials. Hats orl to a well-run organization with a real future ahead of it. i . V7-1 I U! nf N 1" ' 3 3' 'll A H X C ff ir .C t to right font rou Boyle CTreasurerb Crastcr QPres1dentD Mr Doyle LFaculty Adusorl jones CV1CCPFSSld6HtD NflcGrath CSecretaryJ felt to rxqlvf seconi rou Day Forman Blanchard de Carle januhs Evans Hawkes Deignan Let to rnqlt tixri rou Fanning Borsher Dunn Hymes Vlelh 'Vxssnnq rom pntture Schoonmaker Nlr Clarence Pope CAdvisorb 47 . - . I A Y.. .K V L E Y, r A i, J I A yf i' : , . . i ,. H41 ' 5 tri-Hr zggalfggfzlig' wg pf' S :Hi 5 593, gf? Lei fo rxgbt font row Shusterofl D1Donna Thomas Block Sachs Rnemer Weinstein Stanziale jones Feder Let fo fight second row Mr Kurtz CFaculty ACIVISOYD jim Black john Black Young Kcuffel Coxhead Monica Rollinson Specht Vogelsberg Sweeney Santora Missing from nurture Mahon Schmandt fum and 804798 On the brisk fall days during the football season zip and pep were msttlled in the fans by the smart Drum and Bugle Corps Donned in their Academy jackets and red caps, they played and marched in front of every home football crowd The boys were picked from Primary IV through the First Form and ably led by Mr Kurtz When Mr Kurtz arrived in the autumn of 1950 he found little maternal for either the orchestra or the Senior C-lee Club What fem did turn out 1- for the C-lee Club were not lacking in enthusiasm Although the Cvlee Club S did not give any concerts the vocalists got a big kick out of singing four pirt harmony on old time favorites The orchestra did some solo and group jg playing and many of the younger boys were taught to play instruments. . -1 Even the Primary Department entertained the Student body. With such 35 rhapsodic selections as Home on the Range and Alouette the rhythm " '- band and chorus were tremendous successes. Thus you can see that students of all ages are taking part in musical activities and are enthusiastic about improving them in any vtay they can. 48 5589! 511' Lt I Io rnqlf Ins! ron De Sono Ro pond Keufhl Black Levltt Qmeency Finger Lt I to nqh! second row Specht Coxhcad D1 Donna Thomas Block Ryan jones Mr Nelke CFaculty Adusorb Murray Day fxeltzert Prllc Lt!! lo ruylt 11111 you Black ,I Hawkes Slutslccr qhusteroff Wag Bonomo WLIDSKCIH Rcllly Sage NflcDonald Hermann Cummlngs D1 Angelo Coppmgcr Lafferty Fletcher Mazza Pellccchla Bonomo Berger Nlr lxurtz QFaculty Adusorb GllCliDQl GLOW Eyery day as ue rrse tor the mormng hymn ue are ably assrsted b 1 magnrhcent organ and encouraged to srng by 1 chonr of sweet young male soprano voices Thrs group as known at the Academy as the Chapel Cho1r thls year and JCCOl11pZil'1lQCl by Nlr Arthur Nellie jr at the organ The group rs plclxed from Prlmary IV throuvh the Flrst Form and con sxsts of sopranos and hrvh altos who-se XOICQQ hue not 'ts yet begun to crack Besldes smfung at Chapel programs the Chapel Chou' glves a per formance each year rn the Annual Chrlstmas Provrim They are nom begun nrnv to study and smv part music In addltlon to CLSSISIIHU 1n the Vlornmv Seryrce the boys IH the Cholr learn 1 great deal about muslc xxhrch they yull more fully apprecnte IH the years to come 49 I X -5 V5 fr , J "I '11 'f "1 P 1 '1 ,JA '1 'J 1 'I I ' ,C ': I I I I I V I I ' V V A ,Y1 ,Y1 ' ' 1 I - T A 7 1 l Tl lf 1 r V 1 - 1 M 1 I X I TI I A I I L I X I g I 4' I A I I I k X I A ' .V V 1 ' . L ' ' D A 'Y L I V V L 1 ' . '. ' ' j .5 ' . 5 They' are conducted by Mr. Harry P. Kurtz, a newcomer to the Academy' , X 1 - - 1 '1 - , B - . D I 1 ' 1 D v v fl , L g . . . . t 1 ,Q 1 . . b. I . . - gi. ' ' I f- 1 - ,' 1 ' ' ' ,af . . . if L D tv . nl D ' P I A , H 4 1. t ' , ' . 4' 'I 4' L .Q l h t Q 'I 1 y ,,ef1 'asl fx , X '7 .x .Q-A, Q ,J is lid pst - - L4 L ii A?j - ' -Ie 7776154161 Atter heing discontinued for a short period of time, the Academy's oldest club, ,Xi A S N A , was revived Linder the leadership of Mr. llannes. N1 A S N A , as 111051 of us know, stands for "Musical Appreciation Society of Xewark Academy". lt is quite diilerent from most cluhs and organizations at the Academy in that it has no monetary purposes and does not attempt conyersion in any form. llardly any work is required of its memhersy only a desire to listen to and appreciate good music, whether it he popular or classical, is needed in order to he eligihle for membership, This year the school purchased a new phonograph and its line reproduction of all speeds ot records has heen a large factor in the reorganization of the cluh, .Nl A S X A held meetings regularly through the last part of this year and many nonAmemhers could he seen at the concerts relaying and learning to enioy line music. f it tt milf just row Qhcrman Qimms Left to mil! stconti row Berman Tartalsky kern Levin IHIHI rom nature Faison Cms ure Reilly Qchoonmakcr XX lt tchcld Nir Hanne CFaculty Adxisorb 30 -------- . gig 1 fe, 1 gf 1 , X , ,' , i ' i, ,,s I I . yy f I -e Jie i f i Q w or , b x, -'fy . X, "1 X- , . , Q he Stamp an Goin Almost every year a group of fervent enthusiasts go through the motions of organizing a stamp club, and then fade back into obscurity after one meeting. This year was different, however, and the reason was Dr. Carlos Funaro. As club advisor, Dr. Funaro injected a spirit of diversified enthusiasm into the activities of Newark Academy philatelists and coin collectors. The ix members of the Stamp and Coin Club were extremely lucky to have the 'J' services of Dr. Funaro, who is a fabulous collector himself. The membership of this club was so large that two separate groups were formed, one for Upper School and the other for the Lower School. joe Fitzsimmons of the 5- Fourth Form led the functioning of the older group, while Peter Cenci served as President of the Lower School club. A typical meeting of the organization 'Lf I ll ig W f I .744 , f--A consisted of reports, exhibits, and trading. The reports were written by - each boy and concerned his particular specialty, or phase of stamp collecting, ' A An especially heralded treat was a speech delivered by Mr, Jerome Wiss, ' ,ff" noted authority on gems. Actual meetings were augmented by trips to such ' ' ' - places as the Numismadic Museum and the Chase National Bank. The warm interest created in this activity was even absorbed bv Mr Wilson it ho gave 1 hne display of his prix ate collection Let to fight rst row Meyer Wildstein S Klein Staniziale Reimer Whittle Cenci Lomenstem QVice Presidentl Fitzsimmons CPresidentD Dr Funaro CFaculty Aclvisorj jones Berger Let to right third rou Vogelsberg Aslanian, Sherman Schiefer Keuflel Ehrenfeld Crossblatt Basmadyian Hoag Sltusker Left to rxqlvt ourth row Kern H Neuwirth Borsher Kirwan Forman Romanski Janulis Altman, Rubenofl 51 Left fo rigbf, second row: Wildstein, M., Sundstrom, Kern, R. 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Chlz Craster Ed Stu1rt 1nd Paul Smrth were xery xersatnle ends Thls ve1r s c1pt11n deserx es 1 Great deal of credrt for the squ1d s success Bull Brown h1s plax ed xarsmtx foot ball for tl1e last three wears 1nd hrs experxence run nmg and blockmv helped brmv a spmt to the school 1nd TBWTD of a kmd we haxent had for a long trme Althouvh defeated bx Blaur rn the hrst Game 19 to 0 lf was here that the TEAM dexeloped After tlns the bows went on 1nd crushed Immaculate Conceptlon 13 ll 1nd then downed Bloomheld Tecl1 131 The L1wrencex1lle Game proxed to be 1 Great setback wh f not onlw dd e ose 38 to 1 but Browns 1rm H18 badlx Injured Rutgers Prep ag1m ll? to ll After the Pennlnuton U'1!1IL X818 c1lled off l7LC'llIS9 of mturues the te1m defe1ted their 1rch rn 1l X1OHlCl'1ll Academx 21 to 6 Nut wttlx howexer Bor dtntown Nllllt'1fX w1llop1d our h1rd fwlttunv ut huxllx IHILIFCLI te1m 43 to ll Desplte this Lll'lllllPI'l,SSIXL record tle te1m dld Ill'1gl'1lllCSI'lI rob W'hen we Lonsndcr th1t our 5I1Ylll TLTIH outpl1xed 1 L1wr1m1x1lle te1m three tunes 1s l1rve for one half of th1 v1me and lost onlx lJCClLlSL of the sheer CXl1'ILIStlOIl of the sm1ll number of play ers we can re1l1ze what a tremendous rob the bows dxd The 1910 footb1ll season af'1m showed the great heart 1nd splrxt of 'Nlewark -XC'idCl11X s bots and the l11'fY'N6l0U5 co1chmg job done bx Co1ch Vlomca We mav all be xerx proud of the te1m our coach 1nd our 1910 se1son l 1 1 1 Fl U ' 1 'f , ' 1 , ' , - 1 1 ' , , 1- 111' 11111. 1 ' - 3 , ,s - 1 3 ,P1 , ': 1 . ' ' . , , , 1 , 1 , 1 ' , . , 1 1' ', . ' Q, Th 5 ' 1 5 b1ll 15 1 1 1 'X ' k 5 1 5 5 ' ' ' 5 f - 1 1 1' 1 . 1 ' l., 1 1 1' 5' 1 1' 1' 1 ', 1 " .' ' , ' rs ." -' 11 ' ' ' h ' " b cs ' ' 1 -Z., 1, 1 1 - 1 1 1 ' . f ' 1 -' 1 ' ' r- .' rw r f D a" ' ' ' " 1' 11 L 11' ' " ' I. , , , 11 ' 1 1' 1. 1 - 1 5. - 1 - 1 1 K, 1 1 ' . - , 1 1 ' . ' 1 1 5. 1 1 5 1 ' ' 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 , - 1 ' 1 - ' , 1 1 1, tho Z, , or 1 1 w l 1 . , 1 Bull 1 1 1'1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 '. ' 1 1 '1 1' ' . 1 1 , 1 1' ' 5 1 1 came up wth a strong team, and overpowered us ' ' 1' ' 1' " .'1 ' 1 1'. ' ' '1 1' X ' 1 .' ' ' ' 1 1 1 " 1 - ' '1 Z' r ' - 1 1 '5 1 1 , ' ' 1 1 1' '1 1 1 '11 '11, b 1 1' 1 1' ' " 1 . ' x 11" ' '1 ' 1' 1 1 . 1. ' 1 ' ' rx 1 ' 1 ' - - -' 1 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 Q, X1 1 ' 1 1 ' ' "' ' 1 ' 1 1 1 ' 1 1, 1 1 ' 1 1' 1 .' 1 D , X 11,1 1 1' 1 1' ' 1 l 5 . l 1 1 1 ' 1 fl 5 1 1 5 1 1 ' 11' 1 1 1 ' 1 . , ' 1 ' 1' 1" . 1 ' , 1 1 1 1 ' 1 1 1 ' F1 ' 1 ' . , 1 1 ' 1 1 1' 1' , , 1 1 ' ' ' 1 ' ' 1 ' 1 1 . 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Qasketbafl lt a team exer dehed statlstlcs lt was the 1950 31 basketball team Whnle postmg a good won nlne and lost mne record bad breaks made the members of the team more than a httle mad Six games two of them golng rnto overtlme were lost by three polnts or less The average per game for the Nflmute Men was W9 4 points whsle the opponents average was 51 pomts Also thls years team was the hlghest scorxng basket ball team ln Newark Academys long hxstory with a total of 1069 pomts A short team sux foot two Al Fasulo bemg the tall est was not 1 dlsadvantage for the hoopsters made up for ut ln speed adept ball handlmg and dead eye shooting Xlot enough can be sand about the co Captains of thxs years qumtet Bnll Brown and Al Fasulo Al a stalwart on the team and second highest scorer tn the county wxth 326 polnts turned ln conslstently hne performances no matter what the cxrcumstances And Bllly whose under handed drne nn shots have been copied wlthout too much success by basketball hopefuls xnsplred the Nlmute Men not only wxth hls ball playing but mth hls keen competttlve sp1r1t and acute sense of sportsmanshlp Bob Caprno jrm Lomker, Kelly Marx George Cerlng and Bob Del Tufo were the prmcxpal alternates for Coach Vlcek all havmg the baslc talent that makes a good basket ball player The reserves thus year were certamlx much stronger than nn prevnous txmes wlth bng Fltz Fntzslmmons Lee Neuwtrth j1ck Gansler and others equally helpful But on the whole rt may be sud that everyone had hrs share of thrnlls and laughs Bob Caprlos last second mld court set shot ln the Pmgry game Al Fasulos record breaklnv thirty three pomts ln one Game and the time when jim Lomker sank 1 lonv one hander through the wrong basket Clllflflf the Blair game Nlext year wlth three quarters of the team graduat mv from the school Coach Vlcek mnght have dlfhcultx ln puttlng together a polished ball club But heres mshnng as much luck to hum and hrs team next season as he can use Left to right Hrst row Marx, Del Tufo, Fasulo CCO Captamj, Brown, W CCO Captamb, Ncuwlfth, Germg Second vow Mr Vlcek CCoachJ, Rocco, Caprxo, Fntzsnmmons, Lomker, Cansler, Kraltk Wie The Newark Academy Rifle Team, under the cap- able leadership of Mr. Butler, started the 1951 season with high hopes. Although the majority of the team is made up of undergraduates, three seniors will prove to he the dominant scorers this year. They are: Mers Blanchard Clast year's high-scorerb, Dave Hoag, and Ed Stuart. At the start of the season Mers Blanchard was re-elected Captain and President. Dave Hoag was elected Executive Officer and john Simms was elected Vice-President. We regret to say that the Volynzniml went to press before the season really got Linder way with its ten-match schedule. Besides coaching the more- advanced marksmen, Mr, Butler also spends a great deal of time instructing new boys in the suiioir-faire of a good rifle shot. The Team is a chapter of the National Riflle Association and ahides hy its pro- cedure. The POlj'llllllIl1l sincerely wishes the Rifle Team another victorious season. 1 ft to riqll ron! row Kanter de Carle CVice Presidentl Blanchard CCaptainD Hoae CExecut1ve Officer? Qtuart L11 lo right second row Simms CSecretarx Treasurcrj Brennan Stcxens Friedman Goldstein 'Vlr Butler CFaculty Adxisorj i JL' rjrfs : 1 v- . V., . I M 4 . It . n' '. , 58 fc t t mlll Inst row Nell Nlasstngill Hemmcter Castcllane Rubcnoq L fl to riqll uturul ru Dcgerio Hoffman Kirwan Richard -lllsxllltl from picture Brennen Lexm Mathews 'Xlr Strah11 Cfoachl 8114148 The Tennis Team 1lonv with the Smmminv Te1m and the Rifle Club is one of our athletic squads not lucky enouoh to hate practice l:'lLIllTICb on the New 1rk Academv czrouncls Yet the slight inconxenience of d1ilx travel h1s been more of 1n incentixe th1n 1 h1ndr1nce to the team The bots realize th1t exert is valuable Besides the pleasant umosphere of the Berkelev Tennis Courts in Oramve allows them to plav 1 relaxed game with utmost efficiency Often Academx bots who lite in the newhborhood come oxer to xsatch the x1rs1tx netmen in action No doubt the courts proximitx to the Beard School h1s led IUTIN an ambitious Romeo to join the tennis squad The fortunes ot the Tennis Te1m hue been ste1dilx improving durinv the last fem vears Three vert good reasons for this 1re Bob Hemmeter Dick C1stell1ne, 1nd Nflr john Strah1n llemmeter 1nd Castellatne bott ot uhom will g!'Z!LlLI'lfC this une h1xe h1d 1n 1dmirablf. monopolx on the txso top seedmvs since x be sorelx missed n 12 Nlr 9tr1han 'tlClC,II1' member ot the Berlxelex Tennis Club tor m1ny xe1rs took up the coaching rems l1st xe1r 1nd immedntelx impressed exerxonc mth his lxn1clx ot winning Al thouvh he relies on sound, conserntixe tennis prin ciples Nlr Str1h1n ottcn vr1bs a r1clxct 'llltl shows his charves 1 thing or tno 1bout hots to pl1y tennis -if 0 ,I 'K . I ' ., -V I X I . ,V 'C UL . x T 1 '- rv 'D V. rv L X C " t wx 'K t -Q L 4 X I ' ' ' ' . Q . . . . i t ', V g . av' ' 1 v iv K x 4' 1 ' :xx V b' 'I ' minute of practice in such an exacting sport as tennis their sophomore year. Their consistency and drive ' . .' ', . . 5 vill . 5' i f , . . - . , . 1 l' 5, I ' 1. I, ' ' 4' T L "H f, I, 1, V , D -5 v If x - K- - k f V' I , -' U ' V 9 1 A - 1 vs - '- 62 Lat to mlb! first row Hawkes Dunn Cohen Hoag Frankel Melia Stevens Let to nqht second row Matzal Schoonmaker Brown Qtuart Romanskr I-arson VanVhet Evans Altman Dcrgnan Let to rnqhf flvmi von Mr Blake Cfoachi VanW'mkle Neuvurth Cansler Tartalskx CManagerD Boxle Cracco Mangone Nlassnnglll Krahk N1r Momca Cl-leacl Coach! 'lhssxuq rom prtfuvt Fasulo I'ClC Although hugh school track rs a sport uhrch places emphasrs on mdlvldual accomphshments rather than team work Coach Russ Momca has done a great deal to rectrfy thrs srtuatron As rn every sport he coaches, hrs charges cannot help but assume an attrtude of rn dustrrous cooperatlon Condmonmg In track rs essentnal The Track Team IS encouraged to spend as much tnme as possmble on the held and track At the very start of the season, mth snow strll on the ground, the track squad was recenmg valuable prehmmary condxtlomng rn the gxm XVhen the weather rmproved, Mr Momca had hrs xouthful runners golng through thelr paces almost exery day He well reahzed that many a healthy sueat durmg a pracnce sessuon can mean an extra yard or two rn a close race In the drstance runnlng Al Nfhller was usuallx lead mv the pace Al has been an outstandmg member of e track roster for sexeral years In the held exents e Mlnutemen were strone rn the larch yump mth Brll Faison and Al Fasulo, both of xshom haxe placed In state meets Al Fasulo also competed ln the dlscus throw and javelm As usual the Field Day produced a large turnout of enthusrasts from the Lovxer and Upper Schools Mr Momca amtlously watched the proceedmgs wrth the hope of dlscoxerlng another Bull Verser : I V V ' f I I I Y V ' .1 1 1 ' e 1 ' 1 1 ' - ' ' ' " r ' I L Q V 4. 1. L c. rr L 'll 1 4 ' . 7 ' ' ' v Y - . - U ' th 1 ' 1 . th . V . .Y , V. T' . Y L ' S 4 . . , , .y. . , .. . . V . V. I Y , . . , 1' 1 1 Let to nqbt rst row Donnelly Kraltk Del Tufo Cole Kiernan Rocco Let Io right second ron Lomker McGrath Mmoff Acldomzlo Martin Cansler Everett Left to rnqbt third row Greatorex Uvianagerl Ullxssnnq rom pifture Mr Stallings CCoachJ Hernandez C188 Cl The keynote of this years team is experience ability and teamwork Under the encouragement and fme coaching of Nfir Stallings the squad began the season with five impressive victories before being defeated and promises to complete its thirteen game schedule with a highly successful record Although the number of candidates was compara tively small competition was keen at every position thus ensuring top notch caliber of play In the out held jack Gansler joe Kralik and Marty Exerett Lomker at first Bob Del Tufo at the keystone sack Roger Cole CCapta1nj at shortstop and Arnie Mmofl at third comprise a ready willing and able com bme A battery Consisting of Shots Nflartin Vlark MCC-rath and john Rocco as pitchers and Tom Kler nan at the receiving post rounded out the Vlmute men s attack I I I I f I ' - ' ' : . , . AY . V . . . I I . A Y . ' gained starting berths, while around the diamond, jim A I f' . I Q 'l VI V . I ' l . . ff - . H ' I 1 ' ' ' ' ' KC U ' W - l I A ' Y . . , . ' - f t 1 1 I ' . . , 60 .f .1mi1 fe t to r qlf first 7014 Vogt Frankel Mancusl Ungaro Hxmes lll L 1 to nqlf seconi r 14 Qvnatland Stevens Hawkes Cfvianagerl Leutt Altman Le t to nqlvt third rou 'vlr Vogt fCoacb1 Castellane Yeager Scboonmakcr N Miller Schenck A Nfliller QCapta1n1 WlI7'LH'LlI'Lg 1h Newark Acwdemx suimminv team completed its season mth the xerx hne record ot 10 mns 4 defeats 'ind 1 tic Coach Vo t built his te'1m around mrsitx lettcrmen Al Nlller Dick Castellano lim Qtextns Home Vo t x'l'1I'lCLl9ll.ll1f'lf'O Phil Schenek 1Xorm Xlilltr and Tom Svntland Valuable points were also collected hx the members of the second team The season was begun mth 1 xictorx oxer arch tis HS of New York the te1m went on to defeat Del barton Regis HS Fair Lawn 'XIX N1 A and Pmvrx before a tie mth Nf1cBurnex and losses to Wfestheld Peddie and Blair marred the record The team then went on to mn mer Horuce Wann Fair Laxsn Del barton and Hacklew School records fell in the 110 xd medley relax and H0 yd individual medlex ln the former Castel lane Nfhncusi 'md Al Vliller combined to crack the old record of 1 294 to 1 28 J jim Stexens also con tributed to the record breaking performances bx cutting his old record in the mdixidual medlex of l 43 to l 84 Best Il'lLllNlLllI'll performances durun suson 31 Nfliller 1 treestylc W trcesty le W ,hm Stexens Xlancusi X ovt Qchenck Q11 wrland X Nliller Luitt 1 dn mv 3 1nd1v medley treesty le breast stroke backstroke medley relu trecsty le treesty le breast stroke place stat C 182 484 44 H1961 'Nl 3 41 if 'V 1 V '- . 1 ,' V -QF1 'lV-i10'f - ' V ' V ' 1 " 1 v - 1 f '. 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V .... 112' 59 Ld! it rxqlt first mu 'Vlr Stallings QFaculty Advlsorl Canslcr CVICC Pre-s1dcntD Broun W Cprcsi dentl Del Tufo Cgecretanj Second row Good Canfield Caprio Lomlccr Testa lxrwlik Cglz gthletzc Ssoczatzon The Athletic Assocmtion hmdles the diillcult bust ness of dexeloplnv the 'ithletic policx of the school in accordince mth the wishes of the students Head master 'ind 1thlet1c depirtment plus the 'tlxxavs the deserxmv This ye1rs Group has done '1 most commend1ble iob Their mauvuration ot n1Ght bis ketb'tll ment 1 lonv un to mike them one of the most populir cods in the school Government President ot this xears board ins Bill Broun outstwnding 'ithlete trom the Fifth Form Bill s previous serxice 'ls Vice President 'md Executne Council mem ber tor mo vears Uwe him the experience necessirx to handle the post j1ck C-'tnsler ot the Fourth Form ins elected Vice President 1nd he 'mlonv with Qec retarx Bob Del Tufo did 1 fine iob The other mem Nflike Testi ind Pete Good stmdout tackles on the ridiron in the pist seison lim Lomlxer md loc Kralilt represented the Fourth Form Both these lids ire well lxnomn for their dnersilied 'tthletic exploits From the Third 'md Second Forms cime Bob Caprio ind Don Canheld respectixelx Bob is a st'1r v1rsltx performer in tuo sports 'ind Don 1 most promismv wrhlete V v ' 1 , T s ': . , ' L ' ' , N ' - ' , ' , , '- ' ' V K 4, . , . 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