Newark Academy - Polymnian Yearbook (Livingston, NJ)

 - Class of 1958

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Thf- ,rs unl at tllf- ' ' ' f and mlm! the-n lwmnm- :xml still is ' wn U1 ng- Str--t no-ur Firft Str-vt "xy '15 AXVAII .' St -ft. It was vrnllplf-tval in I , ' INN. .QPI - '. TUX. lnl L x prvse- I 'A 9 " 'H'n,. Du- tu I'0lllflliI'ill'HIlr arising: frmn rv- "lf I 'lt ' I ' vas " ' ' ' a .' im' ' - ' I '1II'f'Q'1IiIl,.'. the! A 'Q V1 ' f 1 . . "Its 1-nlmliul nrm'l1itm'tl1l'v is . . . 'lid not maintain any svlmul from Xpril. il 1411 of its fwlllvatinrxul iflf-als. 'I 'fl l8.'f In fvlt lfr. IHT I. " g. lat ' plz" If " 5' Ilj st' I ful -' ur periml mln- lmil l'1g ' I-tml ill st - - 'utlwr than the ' a 1 tal in ITUIE und itf au-1-mnpunyin 1 ' mls f'lf'lllf'IlIN in e-ellie-4t'm1."1 Mm 4, I ,lhl I, ,k4,-in i,,.1.,.,,g yY,.,f 'l limi, N X 1fZ'04mAm-1111.1 ,.q, IJfW?"l'1T3,,1rw'i.1rnv':1E-n-:NJtlurrxr'-I f'f+ly::m:.m DEDICATION U s genulne Interest IH each one of us knndly counseling has unfalllng personal mtegrlty are but a few of the quahtles w Ich have gained for affection To us he exemplifies the splrlt of Newark Academy The Impact whnch he has had on Us through our years here wall we Know ensure for us a better future Above all he has stressed that we are each one of us a member ofa team and that It ns teamwork whuch counts And so It IS fitting that we the Class of l958 proffer to hum this our com blned effort and dedlcate our Polymnran to Mr Udell H Stallings Page 5 5 Mr. " ' " ' ' ' , his I . . IDI. . him not only our deep 'esp-ect, but also our warm ' I I I I ' I I I I 1 1 D . 1 ' ADMINISTRATION ROBERT M BUTLER Headmaster A B Bates College Pgeo Yofx WILLIAM L SCHOFE Assrstant Headmaster A B Amherst College A M Harvard Umverslty l 1 GEORGE C HINDENLANG Bursar PERLEY C HYDE Assistant to the Headmaster A B Amherst College , RW YQ! FAC U LTY ENGLISH DEPARTMENT ALBERT T. HICKIN--Head AB. Washington and Lee University JAMES F. MANNING A.B. Boston College JOHN W. STRAHAN, III A.B. Amherst College HISTORY DEPARTMENT ARTHUR W. NELKE B.S. University of Maine A.M. Columbia University FREDERICK C. HOUGHTO uk A.B. University of New Hamp WILLIAM L. SCHOFF-Head A.8. Amherst College A,M, Harvard University MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT JOSEPH D. PERSON Ph.B. Lafayette College A.M. Columbia University OTTO E. HUDDLE-Head A.B, New York State Teach A,M, Columbia JAMES H. BLAKE A.B, Dartmouth College er's College Page 7 SCIENCE DEPARTMENT LAWRENCE H. WARBASSE-Head A.B, Dartmouth College A.M. Columbia University PORTER T. BODINE B.S. California Maritime Academy BS, University of Denver M.Ed. University of Houston ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT PAUL De SERIO, JR. A B Amherst College A M. Columbia University UDELL H. STALLINGS-Head A.B. Oberlin College A.M. Columbia University . L11 , W Q LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT CARLOS De WENDLER-FUNARO-Head B.S. Cornell University A.M., Pl'i.D. Columbia University ROBERT G. LEWIS A.B., A,M., Ph.D. University of North Carolina GEORGE M. PIERSON A,B, Amherst College LOWER SCHOOL JENNIE M. EVANS State Teachers' College lBIoomsburg, Pa.I CATHERINE D. LYNHAM-Director 8.5. Columbia University MARION V. RICHARD State Teachers' College IWest Chester, Pa.I HELEN V. DUNCAN Newark Normal School ROBERT J. HENDRICKSON B.S. State Teachers' College lWest Chester, Pc.I ELIZABETH M. BLASHFIELD State Normal School IOswego, N. Y.I HELANAH B. SMITH New York State Teachers' College INew Paltzl wg 1 I I QZAX5 LOIS R. NAGEL BEA LOVALLO MARGARET A. KIRSCHENMAN CARLO LOMBARDI B. Mus. Manhattan School of Music STAFF WILLIAM F. FLANAGAN Maintenance Supervisor 1 I CARL W. BARGET Librarian A.B. New York University A.M, Columbia University came gaff- MARIE M. WENTZ Dietitian Page Q ALBERT T. HICKIN There are many, perhaps countless, unsung heroes. We could not let our Advisor of this Class and Polymnian be among them. And so, we raise our voices to applaud him for his tire- less efforts in making this year memorable. We give you . . Mr. Hickinl '23 .n fy ,f if I N it .G p J. U Zw,,'3i ggi! 2 X fr , pm? x 95? Our Senior rises and shines l?l , , . Must look presenfable for fo the fune of an alarm clock a day at N.A. A SENIUR DAY AT N.A. N-L4 Semors come mosfly by car wrlh gay abandon From the Study Hall fo Chapel four hmes a week And on Wednesdays class meefmgs presided over by the Ant -Q QX Two Semors sfudymg 9 9 Sure for a lfffle action an Mr Schoff s And 'hen for U lmle dlsserfaflon on the meandering of U S History . . ., O f' f ,, , K ' -N , ' 4 T - I I 'rf I ,J X fu ' X , w, . , ef'-M. " . A K . . , . - - - ' ' A Semor then relaxes rn Study Hall Then he learns finesse l'9l And on fhe basketball court on the bars R- f iff The mtrrcacres of Math V Following whfch mental toll lunch IS welcomed are ably explained A S E N I 0 R DAY By this time the Great Outdoors beckons lx Which rs occossonally spnced with sparkling wft Now back to the routfne Engllsh goes by Page 72 7-I 'l to W f Vvr. , 4 v 5 ja X uw i W2 me Q .. f , , QU? , X ' I f t 1 0' , - . A' ., 1 1 X . FN K pr- -, A .ig -. .Y If rr I I ' 'V PQS The Study Hall IS usually But at 2 35 rt s mostly deserted occupied durmg classes cept for a few stalwart students he Except for specral events like the World Serves ATNA sl v.Q-v-- Extra help ns utilized by some While other actlvvtles the Mmuteman for example claam others Intramurals clafm many Semors It s their last chance for playing Our Senior corks oh' to rise next morning ready for another day at N A At 4 the Study Hall as deserted Affef Girls and homework lm that orderl Page l3 1 . Y l , y 3 ,. ir . f! x . - , ' I I . ' ' ' . 1 4 . . Q Z 'F , K . .wx ' QA jf' y O 9 5,1 , -- it L 7 Q , . I , f I K at K V , SENIOR CLASS UEEICERS AND SENIUR STUDENT COUNCIL MEMBERS '2 f? fi 'vu' CLASS STUDENT COUNCIL f VNTHWVN I Cf QR VN F P Qf R P fx ARL GRECN ANTHONY AIELLO ACTIVITIES Baseball-varsity Glen Ridge As an editor of both the Attic and the Polymman Chris is one of the bus: est men in school He has several traits which have endeared him to stu dents and faculty alike Signal among these is his penchant for taking four or five honor days per month Chris will long be remembered for his amazing fund of knowledge on two sublects sports cars and the Bible If there is a disagreement on the displace ment of last year s Maserati Grand Prix 9 est etc book in the Bible Chris is usu ally called upon to settle it Pulpit and cockpit a rather unconventional mixture but then Chris has never been noted for being extraordinarily conven tional 44" Hawaii' Wunnaful a wunnaful CHRISTOPHER BLADEN Van lets go up to Northampton this weekend CIiHside Park Tony comes to us from Bordentown Military Institute and has been a Min- uteman for only one year. We wish that he might have come sooner, as even in this short time the class has come to ap- preciate many of Tony's sterling quali- ties, and we wish that we might have had him with us for a longer period. One of the latest additions to the class "Procrastination Society", Tony has ably demonstrated his ability to converse on any subiect-ignorance of the same notwithstanding-with a great show of knowledge Gaming a certain amount of fame if not infamy for his fast driving and straight shooting Tony has gained the respect and friendship of the class due to his remarkable abil ity to remember various lokes and to recite them with appropriate gesticula tions ACTIVITIES Senior Editor Polymnlan Co Editor Attic Delegate Religious Conference Intramural Football Science Club w ff Page I5 I 6. I . . , . ' I 'N I . I . . .- . . , . . ' ' , . . Q , ' . . . , , , . .- car, or over which is the Ion est, short- t . , ' a I 1 4 Tanrbg ' . , 24 1 l. Q if ' , I South Orange Still gomg strong rn hrs eleventh year at Newark Academy Bob rs constantly branchmg out into new areas of rnter est Hrs knowledge of and interest rn rock n roll rs currently on display rn the Senror Study Hall As he rs the last mem ber of thrs generation s famed Bonomo clan Bob rs dorng his best to make sure that the name of Bonomo rs an oft re membered one He rs usually to be found on the ath letrc field or rn the gym and when out of unrform Bob does hrs best to burn up the intramural leagues These actrvr tres are blessed by more than hrs phys rcal appearance hrs ofttrmes sarcastrc humor does much to spark the athletic contests rn whrch he takes part ROBERT PETER BONOMO ACTIVITIES Baseball Football 2nd team Intramural Volleyball Minuteman Dance Committee Those teachers, they ROBERT S BRENNER ACTIVITIES Track varsrty Photography Club l I Page I6 usue.. South Orange The second of the duo to come to us from Bordentown Bob arrived at N. A. to serve his last year. His volubility ex- ceeds even that of his partner in certain areas notably the phylum women. A mainstay of the track team Bob will be placed in the Newark Academy archives along with Dean Felter and other notable speedsters. His ability on the cinders has done much to add to the honor and glory of the fleet footed Minutemen. One of the latest additions to the Class of '58's bull society, Bob has adroitly extricated himself from many seemingly defenseless positions and, as a result, has gained a great deal of admiration for his slick verbiage. NICOLL VAN REYPER BUNNELL ACTIVITIES Intramural Basketball Intramural Volleyball RlHe Team Dance Commrttee Newark Wlth the abnlnty to make the most outlandush story sound luke the gospel truth Tony keeps thmgs contunuously on the move Hrs explorts with the weaker sex led 'tl are well known and mem bers of the second period study hall awalt hrs outbursts of phllosophy wnth bated breath A master with the plgskun Tony can be counted on to galn that extra yard at the strateglc moment Hls abllaty to draw un passes can be called an al most magnetuc attractlon At the end of football season nt IS easy to find Tony lust follow the sound of raucous laughter He s always m the mlddle of lt ns not duftlcult to preduct Tonys future busmess success rn the lught of has present monopoly of the candy stand trade Of course III drag you ANTHONY CARRINO Jersey City Hardly one of the quaeter members of our class Nlck us a large factor rn the harmony and success of lufe at the Academy Hrs perpetual smule IS a welcome sight on cheerless Mondays and his lovlal nature IS an asset envned by all Has steady hand and sharp eye have helped ham to establnsh a reputatlon as a crack shot and have made hum a valu able addutuon to the rifle team Hrs fa vorlte sport IS creatlve drlvmg Hrs Ford wnth Nlck un tow can be seen nn one of three places the school parkrng lot Look out for the busll Jersey Cnty hrs home town or Sprung Lake an old Bunnell rendezvous Somehow the study hall has managed to survuve m sprte of has vanous esca pades but after Nrck leaves rt wall not be the same' ACTIVITIES Class Presrdent Football varsnty Fencmg varsnty captaln Baseball varslty-captam Track varsity Intramural Basketball Intramural Volleyball Drama Club Student Council Dance Commlttee One of these days Vanadla POW' I Right to the moon Page I7 Belleville A one year student at the Academy, Bruce comes to us from Belleville High School. Easily the most taciturn mem- ber of our class, none the less he makes his presence and opinions felt when- ever the topic of conversation turns to either of two subiects: cars or boats. Famed for his "fleet-footed" Chevy which, in its short stay at Newark, has gained for itself no small amount of notoriety, Bruce also has fond memories of crew. As well as aiding and abetting the various intramural teams, as in basket- ball, where his height is of no little ad- vantage he is also a member of the rifle team BRUCE WORTHINGTON FALLOWS Mr Huddle Iust a little more time? MARK LAWRENCE FLEISCHMAN ACTIVITIES Science Club Rifle Club Page I8 Mr Warbasse how do you set this rocket of79 ACTIVITIES Intramural Basketball Intramural Volleyball Ritle team Newark In every class we find at least one member with an outstanding record of chemical explosions umploslons and other dire occurrences to his credit This years class is singularly blessed by having in its membership a number of pyrotechnuclans far exceeding the norm Mark has demonstrated his sm cere Interest in chemistry and science in general by his participation in the Newark Science Fair and the Science Club as well as an his more destructive to Mr Warbasses consternation e plonts Mark has shown his ability to kick over the traces more than once and it is in these periods of unrestrained in dnvidualnsm that he shows his some times dual personality Indicative of this rebellious mood is his small bore rlflery activity which has been channeled into productive uses by his membership in the Rifle Club I .. . . . ,, . , , I , . . ,ef ' ' ' K - I' I , I I l . - , I X- I . 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ACTIVITIES Intramural Football Intramural Basketball Intramural Volleyball Intramural Softball Glee Club presrdent Mrcrophone Club-presrdent Dance Commrttee Mrnuteman Drama Club WANDELL JAMES FLETCHER N zo ' r I s,' Newark Joe has taken a long term lease on the occupancy of the proctor s desk rn the Senror Study hall Many happy hours are spent there rn the company of a Chem book Sounds lgurgles'-'l of roy seem to emanate from behmd that burly vrsage When not dorng next weeks homework Joe devotes much trme to duckmg flyrng erasers and help rng Howard Rosenhaus wrth Math V en deavors Though thrs rs hrs first year at the Academy Joe has qurckly made frrends wrth all rts members Hrs rrsque lokes have earned hrm the attentron of the whole class whrle hrs easy gorng nature makes hrm a persona grata member of the Frfth Form Hrs marks demonstrate hrs abrlrty rn matters scholastrc Joe rs plannrng to make a lrvelrhood rn the honorable professron of M D R E E JOSEPH WILLIAM GAMBA East Orange One of the foundrng fathers of our class Del has been a student at the Academy srnce first grade A modest and unassumrng classmate hrs cheerful attrtude and frrendlrness have made hrm deservedly popular wrth members of the student body and the faculty Hrs brrght and shrnrng face on Monday mornrngs are enough to put us all to shame but come Tuesday hrs smrle too rs oft trmes forced After the temporary defunctness of the Mrcrophone Club Del has been one of the mayor factors rn rts revrtalrzatron and has been rewarded by hrs electron as presrdent thrs past year Other seg ments of hrs trme have been spent rn helprng wrth the Varrety Show Rehears als for the show have been punctuated by hrs arguments wrth Noel Scheffen over the relatrve merrts of blue and whrte floodlrghts Noel usually emerges vrctor after these lumrnary drscourses N "You guys'II never learn " Page I9 South Orange When Steve entered the Academy in 1946 Germany had lust begun its re construction program The free world will long remember the latter and rt is certain that Newark Academy will never forget the former Germany is now mass producing Volkswagons and Steve is dragging them His record seems to show the superiority of American cars as he has beaten all comers while los mg only two clutches A member of the Drama Club Steve manages to demonstrate his thespian talents off the stage as well Thanks to Steve and hrs cohorts cheering has this year reached a feverish pitch of enthusiasm which will not soon be for gotten Other extra curricular activities mclude mtramural football and basket ball One of the most personable mem bers of the class Steve hopes to study business management rn the future STEVEN GERING ACTIVITIES Cheerleader Drama Club Microphone Club Dance Committee Intramural Football Intramural Volleyball Intramural Baseball Intramural Basketball Now Doc let s be reasonable EARL FRANKLIN GREENWALD ACTIVITIES Manager Varsity Football Business Manager Minuteman Class Treasurer Rifle Team Page 20 . 'W 5 - 'Q '. . .ls , mv '1 IL L'-M ,. J "Nobody loves me" ei-is Newark A member of Newark Academy for the past seven years Butch is known for his industriousness. While seldom taken seriously he does occasionally succeed in making his presence felt by means of his financial wizardry. At the Judgment when all accountants books are checked Butch may become a mem- ber non-gratus of the class of 58, An excellent student Earl still man- ages to find time to take part in several extra-curricular activities. As well as be- ing a member of the Science Club and the Rifle Team he has managed the Football Team for the past three years. Of invaluable assistance to the team one of his main duties has been the cleaning of cleats. While this is not a remunerative position, Butch has been rewarded by having been made the team mascot. The cry of "Here, But- chine" is often heard reverberating across the fields of conquest. ELMER JOHN HERRMANN JR ACTIVITIES Co captam Varslty FO0tbCll President Lnbrary Commuttee Polymman Student Councul Varslty Basketball Varsuty Tennls Dance Committee Harrison Chuef of Explosnons Unlumrted and leader of the local chapter of the pyro technucs umon Henryus one of Mr War basse s star pupuls Entrenched at New ark smce Fnrst Form he soon became Interested nn the Rlfle Club and has been a mamstay of the Rufle team for the past four years On the theory that uf you cant shoot em down you can blow them up he has spent many hours an the Chem Lab As a member of the Science Club he has conducted numer ous nllummatung experuments Henry ss not one of the more bolster ous members of our class but he has been an mterested contrlbutor In all affanrs of State Hrs opmnons are often sought and has mfluence us at tested to by has long record of Student Councll partlcnpotuon 'Q Aslwassayln Ant HENRY WILLIAM HILDINGER Newark Wuth hugh hopes of a future business career the Hmschk holds a hnghly credutable scholastuc record A all round athlete E J rs a member of most of the varsuty teams Co captamcy has clalmed Elmer and he has been hugh scorer of the football squad thus season Wlth Tony Carrmo he forms what rs popularly called The Gold Dust Twms Also a starter for the basketball five he has again demonstrated has ablllty by benng among the top scorers To round out has lust of talents we could not fall to mentlon hrs partlclpatlon as a member of the Tennus Team Hrs free time actlvltres are not llmlted to sports however as he ns also a member of the Glee Club As Presrdent of the Llbrary Commtttee Elmer has helped to keep QUIET the rule of the day Personallty plus E J s tumultuous good humor has stayed wnth hum smce hrs arrnval at Newark Academy un the second grade Wayne ACTIVITIES Polymnran Minuteman Presldent Rrfle Club Captaun Rlfle Team Presrdent Sclence Club Student Councll Page 2l Newark Since his arrival at Newark Academy in the sixth grade Mike has managed to keep a consistently high scholastic standard In spite of this he has not permitted academic activities to stand in the path of outside endeavors As well as being active in Intramurals Mike has found time to add his slam to the Tenms Team not altogether to its detri ment as shown by his membership on the Ivy League championship team With a flair for math and a liking for the sciences he has hopes of becoming an engineer Some of his experiments in Science Club would make Academy history if stringent measures had not been taken The previously mentioned ability in math is in great demand be fore each Math V exam In spite of constant cries of plagiarism Mike is always willing to help others striving to master the science of numbers ACTIVITIES Intramural Football Drama Club Cheerleader Dance Committee Minuteman Swimming Science Club Page 22 ACTIVITIES Photography Editor Polymman Varsity Tennis Secretary Science Club Intramural Football Intramural Basketball Intramural Volleyball Microphone Club West Orange After a short interlude in the West Orange School system Dick has re- turned to Newark Academy for his Senior year. It seems as if he had never departed from our hallowed halls. There may be those who claim that Dick is still wet behind the ears. This can be attributed to his activity with the Swim- ming Team, where his ability to stay afloat is deeply appreciated. Other achievements include participation in the Drama Club and the Science Club as well as the Dance Committee. Rich hopes to take a business course in college. After he takes his degree he plans to go into lawg if his ability to procrastinate is continued, we suggest that he will be remarkably successful in his chosen profession. ACTIVITIES Intramural Basketball Intramural Volleyball Intramural Football Drama Club Dance Commrttee Elrzabeth After three Years at the old Alma Mater Pete has made very deflnrte rm pressrons on our rvy covered walls Not the least among these rs hrs knowl edg of self propelled mrssrles known to most as cars Hrs Jeepster had come to be thought of as a school fixture when one of those funny lrttle forergn cars made rts appearance wrth the Lags astrrde rt Actrve drscussron over the relatrve merrts of the present crop of automobrles may be had at any hour Known for hrs rntramural conquests led 'Pl hrs bubblrng good humor has made defeat more easrly borne Hrs ac trvrtres are by no means lrmrted to rntra murals others rnclude the Glee Club where hrs melodrous yet boomrng vorce rs put to good use and cheer leadrng STEPHEN HOWARD KNEE So I told her PETER ANTHONY LAGANA Newark lf pushed Steve wrll admrt to berng all knowmg usually however he rs much more modest about hrs attrrbutes Comrng to Newark rn 1952 he qurckly acclrmated hrmself to the rrgors of Academy lrfe and has found trme rn hrs busy schedule to devote to many non academrc drversrons Chref among these rs hrs partrcrpatron rn the field of rntramurals Here hrs football body blocks are of paramount concern to the opposrtron Generally speakrng he rs a grrdrron terror Steve s generalrzatron on the vrcrssr tudes of lrfe and more specrfically the farr sex are well known to all co mem bers of the srxth perrod luncheon fra ternrty As well as hrs phrlosophrcal me anderrngs The Coz regales us wrth hrs accounts of amorous and automo trve vrctorres Thrnkrng of the Bar as a possrble fu ture for Steve we would ask but one sf' "Vanadra, you wanna duel?" ACTIVITIES Intramural Football Intramural Basketball Track Cheerleader Dance Commrttee Page 23 I . . . ' I I ' K . . I . . I . I I - - ' I I 1 -I rr ru - ' I '-r"'W"r question-which side? A I . . - V y . - .. 4 I Q . -,K ' ' ll ll A . . , Y : ' , I ' I - Newark Entering rn the first grade John has held a consrstently hugh scholastic rec ord of achievement Hrs mam drversuon from the torls of study has been rn wrrt mg for the Minuteman A long record of reportmg has culminated un has pres ent posltuon as Editor un Chl f e Hrs genial personality has gauned hum the respect and friendship of all even those who do not take math If hrs mathematncal abrlutues have a Inmvt has fellow students have yet to reach It Always wrllnng to help the other mem bers of our class John s scholastic tal ents are rn constant demand If a little crystal gazmg rs allowed John ns assured of the best rn the future no matter what hrs cholce may be re gardmg possuble fields of endeavor JO HN HOOD LOWENSTEIN ACTIVITIES Polymnran staff Attic Minuteman -edntor rn chief S wummrng varsrty-co captam Chess Club- vrce president We ve got to get organized STEPHEN DENNIS MANSHEL ACTIVITIES Intramural Football Intramural Basketball Intramural Volleyball Intramural Softball Page 24 "Honest, Sir, I read most of the assignment" West Orange Certamly one of the most vocrferou members of our fair mstrtutro S n Steve has been at the Acad emy a long whale In thus perrod of trme he has left an rn dehble mark on this community of schol ars Steve will be remembered for has management of games of chance While there are those who might argue that he cuts down to the barest mlmmum the chance section of such things we feel that thus rs truly an unlustrfled ac cusatlon His lanky frame has come to be a tix ture on the Intramural battle Gelds oft times wnth maxed success but as the saymg goes where there s a will there s a way Our chief candidate for Maduson Avenue Steve has already demonstrated an exceptional abrlrty wnth the spoken word and his glibness is truly something that the "men in the gray flannel suits" can not pass by. ACTIVITIES Polymman Minuteman Science Club Rifle Team Rifle Club-treasurer South Orange By nature saddled with the ability to maintain continuous good marks Bob tries to live down this defect by devoting large portions of his time to non-aca- demic activities. Chief among these are the school s publications-his ram- blings on the back page of the Minute- man have brought him no small share of notoriety even infamy. His financial skills are aptly demonstrated by his handling of the Student Council funds in the capacity of Secretary-Treasurer. Another of the early pillars of the class of 58 Bob entered N.A. in the fourth grade. One of the most sincere members of the class he breaks his usually quiet appearance with bursts of philosophy-in spite of this, his warmth makes him a well liked member of the student community. WAYNE JOSEPH MARTIN We Henry ROBERT LAWRENCE MEYER Lyndhurst Long Henry Hlldlnger s lieutenant Wayne expends much time and efTort trying to repuduate the physics axiom that what goes up must come down Constantly spouting secret formulae for X2 powder and a miraculous new semi solid rocket propellant we predict that Wayne will be packed up by the F B I for giving out secret information or else will be approached by Soviet agents inf the latter should be the case Wayne re member the Alumni Fundl The quality of Wayne s photography is of such a caliber as to warrant mclu sion in both the Minuteman and the Polymman As well as being a member of the Rifle Team he is also treasurer of the Rifle Club Wayne has been an active member of the Science Club and when kept from the chemicals proves to be completely trustworthy His easy warmth of friendship has gained for him the liking of the class ACTIVITIES Student Council secretary treasurer Drama Club-president 13' "Ss, "What's wrong with my page?" Polymman Minuteman-sports editor Intramural Football Intramural Basketball Intramural Volleyball Intramural Softball Page 25 Passauc Charles has been a member of the Academy for the past two years and came to us from Passarc Hugh Wrth has knowledge of musuc he has come to be accepted as the urrefutable master of the horn Hrs abrlrty wnth the trumpet has made ham an asset at rallnes where hrs melodlous tones can be heard per vadmg the audltorrum and at the Drama Clubs presentatuon Footllght Revnew Whale carrymg a hugh standing nn the class Charles has trme to gave to nntra mural competltuon as well as managung the Swnmmmg Team A good but of len sure trme as lrkewnse donated to the Mmuteman Bellevmg that someone must take the sude of the opposmon Charles ns con stantly able to puck out the one loop hole no matter how mmuscule rn any argument Has apt questlons have made champuon of student s rrghts ACTIVITIES Intramural Football Intramural Basketball Intramural Volleyball Intramural Baseball Llbrary Commuttee Page 26 CHARLES GEOFFREY MORROW To ACTIVITIES Mmuteman Swrmmrng varslty manager Dance Commuttee Intramural Football According to the book slr ROBERT LEWIS MOSKOWITZ Sure I was listening, Mr H -F1 Glen Rldge Robbue dndn t rom our happy throng untrl thus past September In thus short tume he has come to be one of the most popular members of our class as a re sult of has easy dlsposntuon and outgo mg personaluty Unable to play varsuty sports he has been one of the most actuve members of the Intramural leagues captamlng has football team to first place wuth an undefeated record Also actlve In basketball and baseball hrs mterests are not lnmrted to sports a great deal of enthusuasm rs devoted to 'azz as well A keen partnclpator rn the many bull sessnons that emanate from the Senvor Study Hall Mosk as conversant on all sublects Hrs thoughts on the machma toons of the female of the specles are wndely recogmzed and subscnbed to by other members of the class . ' . him the terror of his teachers and a I 4' . . . . - I ACTIVITIES Editor-in-chief, Polymniap WILLIAM ROBERTS NADEL President, Student Council Co-captain, Varsity Football iff" I Drama Club Library Committee Minuteman Attic Intramural Basketball Intramural Volleyball Intramural Softball Dance Committee Delegate Religious Conference Newark Certainly one of the most popular members of our class Bob seems to be come entangled in gust about all the ac tlvlttes extant Probably best known for h to make this a successful season Bob came to Newark Academy in the second grade in 1947 Since that time he has participated in the Science Club Glee Club and has been a member of the Baseball Team Involved in more than the established and recognized activities Bob is also a member of the several societies that grow up whenever several boys get to gether chief among these ts his mem bershlp In that group which enloys good conversation on many and varied subpects Bob s ability to make friends as sure to stand him m good stead in the future ' V - ,. if ,I .- i 7" i W, ' , ,.A, . M ' ii , ,f f- Irvington Stay loose guys like wow ROBERT PELLEGRINO PELLECCHIA Another of these boys cursed with good marks Bill has been laboring un- der thus one ot the greatest handicaps In spite of this Bill s sarcastic if not caustic remarks on life have left their ark on members of the class Lately m these comments have been reserved for the peons who have been enslaved to insure the timely completion of this our historic annual He IS a highly qualified leader and a capable student Hts leadership is re flected tn his office of Student Council President ln this capacity he has sur mounted many obstacles an effectung the wrll of the students A letterman for the past several years he as this season co captain of the football team This year too Bull has shown real genius and tact rn extract mg from has staff material of the hugh est caliber for use in the Polymman truly a stupendous feat Anybody do Math V 9 ACTIVITIES Basketball varsity Baseball varsity Track varsity Intramural Football Intramural Volleyball Dance Committee Page 27 ' I . I . . , . . . I I , ' 't I . I . I - . ' I I , . . . I - his basketball ability, he has done muc f , . ' , I I I - rn K 1 ' 'I 5 . I . . . . I il . If I I .' -. South Orange Barry has long been a member of our lllustruous crew In the years rn tervemng he has come to be one ofthe most necessary members of our class Who else would have borne the brunt of such wrttrcrsms as are dealt out by class comedrans wrth such patience? Who else could receave the varlous and as sorted mlurres that have beset Barry wrth such a stolld and uncomplamrng vrsage? Who else would have been wnll mg to spend ten weeks un the hosprtal with only pretty nurses for solace? Now we ask you? As you can easuly see even though he ns contunuously beset by the worldly woes does he not do an excel lent lab rn puttrng forth a brave front? As all the problems that can happen to one nndrvvdual have already occurred to Barry we prednct only luck and good health for hum durrng the years to come JOHN BARRY PH ELAN So help me rt s the honest truth DANIEL GRAY QUILLEN ACTIVITIES Presndent Chess Club Scrence Club Glee Club Mmuteman Page 28 It s srmple the derrvatron of Imear space ACTIVITIES Varsrty Football Lrbrary Commrttee East Orange Dan has been a member of that fra ternnty that takes great delrght rn work mg out the value of to the nth decrmal Apropos of thus same mama has been hrs foundmg of the Newark Academy Chess Club where many happy hours were spent figurrng the odds on a Num zovutch vs A Queen s Gamblt All former German students wall re member long drscussnons between Doc tor Funaro and Dan about mlscegena tron the Manchester Guardran and occasronally German Even before the advent of Sputnuck the members of the fifth form came to apprecrate the vrrtues of the egg heads Thanks to the ef forts of Dan we have found that gen :uses can be the personuficatron of the all round guy Even though he has spent thus year as a Freshman at Har vard Dan has remarned a member of our class a member held rn the hrghest regard EDWARD JOHN REESE ACTIVITIES Dance Committee Intramural Football Intramural Basketball Intramural Volleyball Intramural Softball South Orange Doing much to make the Senior Class a heterogeneous group Howie s caustic comments on any and all subjects are always delivered at exactly the right moment to be most effective or to be more accurate most devastating. How- ard has gained no small amount of fame for himself and his automotive talents both in school and out. "Rosie" devotes much time to the various extra-curricular activities of our school, Among his various achievements are his participation in intramurals- where his various unorthodox basket- ball shots do much in the way of scor- ing-and on the swimming and tennis teams, where he has been a mainstay. Howard has done much to insure the continuing memory of days spent at N.A. His arrant deeds could not soon be forgotten. What about the Irish HOWARD MARC ROSENHAUS Belleville A member of the Dance Committee since its inception four years ago Eddie has done much to insure the continued success of our dances This activity has been however only one of several that he has participated in Eddie is also ac tive in Intramurals one of the high points in his athletic career was his team s coppvng the baseball champion s ip Eddie has done much to uphold the honor of his Gaelic and is lustly proud of his honorary membership in the Irish Republican Army Those with a long memory will be cognizant of the fact that he was absent from school at the time of the Stone of Scone incident several years ago His keen often bois terous sense of humor has assured him a place in the memories of the class despite his obvious Celtic bias "Joe, did you do the Math ?" ACTIVITIES Tenn is-varsity-ca ptain Swim ming-varsity-co-captain Intramural Football Page 29 Newark Phll as a long time member of N A having entered an the fifth grade ln the mterum he has partrcupated rn many of the school s actrvutres Among the honors recerved have been hrs presndency of the Photography Club Captam of the Track Team Managershnp of the Basket ball Team and hrs letter for fine playmg as a varsnty football lrneman Boatnng us one of has favorrte pas tlmes and Phll 5 skrff rs a famllrar snght on the Manasquan Ruver and rn the area off the Sea Glrt beach lt s usually loaded way beyond capacnty quute often wrth members of the faur sex In hrs role as Scoop Santoro Phrl reports the Academy s athletlc actrvntres for the Newark tablonds the Star Ledger and Evening News We predict that he wall add the appendage MD to hrs slgnature un the future but should thus fall Phnl as assured the Fnrst Street area as has prvvate paper route ACTIVITIES lntramural Football lntramural Basketball lntramural Volleyball lntramural Softball Drama Club Dance Commnttee Mmuteman PHILIP JOSEPH SANTORA JR ACTIVITIES Football varsrty Walt tll I drrve Nrck NOEL HARDAN SCHEFFEN cage 30 Need a key 'J Track varsuty captarn Basketball varsrty manager lntramural Basketball lntramural Volleyball Dance Commrttee Newark lt could be that Noel has hopes of berng a watch maker or reparrman In any case he has devoted much tlme to findnng out what makes thmgs tuck lntnmately acquarnted with the rnnards ofa pencrl sharpener and the workings ofa desk Noel also dnsplays qurte a but of talent wnth thmgs electrrcal and photographuc A ham at heart he rs the operator of an amateur radno sta tuon Entermg the clonstered lufe afforded by the Academy rn the fifth grade Noel often breaks away from the routme of study and lets of'f steam by constant trnkerrng wnth has Ford In days of old valrant men defended the honor of theur mandens forr the Schef does battle for the vrrtues of the Y block enght and overhead valves rn a manner equally courageous CHARLES JOSEPH SEBASTYAN ACTIVITIES Intramural Football Intramural Basketball Intramural Volleyball Intramural Softball Dance Committee Cranford While only being a member of our happy clan at the Academy for one year it must be said that Ken has made quite an impression on us all. It ' ' large part due to his efiorts that Newark now is in the position to offer wrestling as an activity. Conversant on many mat- ters, Ken's specialties are in the fields of self-propelled motor vehicles, the manly art of self-defense, and last, but certainly far from least, womankind. During the hunting and fishing seasons, Ken and Bob Pellecchia can be heard giving long dissertations on the relative merits of various guns and fishing equip- ment. Ken is our long-distance commuter, coming from Cranford each morning. His trips up the Garden State Parkway have made him the terror and abomina- tion of the State Police, albeit he is a member in good standing in our class. K iv Now that s a boat KENNETH RICHARD SHARP Union For several years a member of the student body at Union High Charles came to us this past September Par ticipating in several extra curricular ac tivnties his deadly hook shot has gained him no small amount of notoriety on the intramural basketball court Much study hall time is spent with Nick Bunnell dis cussing the pros and cons of Sprung Lake the boats cars and girls Ofttimes a quiet student every now and then Charles breaks through his veneer of nouselessness and with a rebel yell lets fly with an eraser or some other air borne oblect During his on days his missiles have deadly ac curacy 75" "l had a fiat, the Parkway was jammed, the motor went dead. . ACTIVITIES Intramural Football Intramural Basketball Page 3l Newark Charles entered the Academy in i949 in the fifth grade Since his ar rival in the Upper School Chuck has been one of our most active boys May be the most noteworthy of his activities has been the staunch line playing that has done so much inthe past to add to our record of wins When not on the gridiron he spends much time in o her activities The Drama Club has been graced by his thespian talents and his rendition with Tony Carruno and Mike Lo rete f Going led Goneill Crazy for the Variety Show will never be forgotten Charles has his serious side but he as probably better known for his dastardly antics in study hall These keep other members of the class in constant good humor and have helped to negate bore dom and other school related ills ACTIVITIES Football varsity Baseball varsity Fencing varsity Drama Club Dance Committee But Mr Schoff this makes two tests in a week MICHAEL JAY TANENHAUS ACTIVITIES Intramural Football Intramural Volleyball Intramural Softball Drama Club Science Club--vice president Microphone Club Dance Committee Minuteman Polymnian-layout editor E 1 Page 32 K 4 "You know a good junkyard ?" West Orange Mike is somewhat like the Yankee Peddler of old New England engaged in many pursuits. His studies don t seem to suffer even though much time is spent in extra-curricular activities. Active 'n the Drama Club and Microphone Club he is also an avid member of the Mer- men s Association and Vice President of the Science Club. A healthy section of time is likewise given over to intra- murals. Entering N.A. in the seventh grade, Mike has the happy faculty of being friends with everyone. With his subtle sense of humor, Mike has managed to endear himself to all and his avid re- countings of dropped differentials, et al, have lightened many an otherwise serious study period, From his past rec' ord, we know that Mike's future is sure to spell "success," If no other iob pre- sents itself, he is guaranteed a job as decorator onthe strength of his talented dance decorations. CHARLES ANTHONY STANZIALE . ' b L' " - ' X Library Committee . . . 1 i '-,r Y 1 1 p H, I O H .i . l i I CRAIG NORTCN TILLOTSON ACTIVITIES Rifle Team Track varsity Glee Club Science Club Dance Committee--chairman Class Vice President East Orange Jay entered the proverbial lion s den in 52 as a member of the Upper Inter- mediate. ln the intervening years he has shown his ability with the all-mighty buck and as a figure of some local literary note. His writings on the wonders of Fire Island have come to be both legendary and the bane of his English teacher s existence. Jay is owner and editor-in-chief of the Fire Island Weekly. Reports are that his tabloid came out in the red last year but we suggest that this was purely an advertising maneuver and will be al- tered this summer. Besides the weekly Jay has been instrumental in helping the Minuteman meet both deadline and expense sheet. The Polymnian is also in- debted to Jay for his tremendous ad- vertising campaign. lt is with saddened hearts and de- flated wallets that the members of the Senior Class bid farewell to Jay. Fellows JAY WILLIAM TRIEN North Caldwell The Big Fella has been a member of this institute of learning since 1953 Adding his invaluable assistance to the rifle team for the past four years his persistence with the dough boys favor ite has been rewarded by his electron to the team s coptaincy A Pillar of the Glee Club Craig is also a member of the quartet His sense of humor and imposing effervescent personality have helped him to make many fast friends with stu dents and faculty alike No slouch in sports Craig seems to present an an nual problem to Mr U during the pe nod spent with the bars after all wouldn t you worry if you saw your bars getting a permanent wave? As class vice presrdentethis year Craig is in large part responsible for what semblance of order is found rn senior class meetings We also have Craig to thank for the success of our various dances His guidance in their preparation has been of immeasurable help and his culinary artistry will be re membered by all Sir don tmean to arque but , . . ACTIVITIES Religious Conference delegate Minuteman-feature editor Polymnian-business manager Chess Club Page 33 East Orange Startung m Form lll as the youngest member of our class ut us understand able that Pete mlght have somewhat of an mferuonty complex In order to over come thus he has gamed the dustmctson of havmg had the first catastrophe nn Chem Lab When not concentratmg on ways and means of gettmg out of work he IS gnvnng much tlme to literary en deavors A member of the Mmuteman staff Pete also finds energy to carry the co edutorshup of the Attic ln an era of group effort and con formlty to the standards of soclety Van has done has best to assert the worth of the mduvudual Far be ut from us to pass on the relatuve ments of non conformuty none the less we must ad mat that Pete has done an outstandung 'ob un presentmg the virtues of eccen tnclty ln one case he has allowed hum self an exceptuon to thus self umposed rule the football arena where he has done hrs best to and the teams en deavors Page 34 PETER FRANCIS VANADIA ACTIVITIES Football 2nd team Rlfle varsity Attic co edntor Polymman Relrgaous Conference delegate Minuteman Dance Commnttee Some pfstols Chris ,Q gt If LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT THE CLASS OF I958 We THE CLASS OF l958 of Newark Academy In the Cnty of Newark ln the County of Essex and State of New Jersey bemg of sound mlnd memory and understanding do hereby make publish and declare the followmg to be our Last Wlll and Testament hereby revokmg all former Wllls and Coduculs at any time heretofore made by us FIRST We do hereby nommate constltute and appomt the ALUMNI SECRETARY to be the Execu trlx of thus our Last Wall and Testament and request that no bond or other securuty shall anywhere be required of her for the fauthful performance of her dutles as such Executrlx fl SECOND After the payment of all lust Alumm dues we gave devise and bequeath the follow To Tony Alello a bubbling Wurlltzer To Chrls Bladen a llfetlme supply of collectlon plates To Bob Bonomo a summer commutatlon ticket to the Shore To Bobby Brenner an audience To Nlck Bunnell a llfetlme supply of Old Bohemlan Beer To Tony Carrmo the oldest established permanent floatlng crap game In N A To Bruce Fallows a rowing machine To Mark Flelschman Cape Canaveral Florida To Del Fletcher Heathkit lnc To Joe Gamba a crew cut To Steve Gerlng clean chmos To Butch Greenwald unbreakable football shoe laces To E .l Herrmann a mlrror To Henry Hnldmger Wayne Martin To Wayne Martnn Henry Haldmger To Make Horn a camera To Duck Klem a bottle of Tmtalr To Steve Knee an eight barrel carburetor To John Lowensteln the Space Tlme Continuum THIRD ln recogmtuon of thelr charutable acts towards us In these past years we gave devise and bequeath the followlng To Mr To Mr To Mr To Mr To Mr To Dr To Mr To Mr Barget two mlnutes of silence Blake a geometrvc tepee Bodine a vrsable germ Butler a halrdo by Gamba De Serlo a ferblundgett fershlugglner Funaro the Master Race Hendrlckson a televised match wlth P T B Hlckm equally truly on the other hand To Mr Houghton a sk: trall to from N A To Mr Huddle Morrow an Math VII To Dr Lewls Brvgette Bardot 1 1 1 . . . . 1 1 1 1 . . . . 1 : , - 1 . . . . - 1 1 ' I Q! 1 - 1 , . . , , 1 I , . 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To Pete Lagana a Ilfe Insurance policy with a double mdemmty clause To Steve Manshel Maduson Avenue To Bob Meyer Bantam Books To Charlie Morrow an orlgmal statement To Rob Moskowutz Bunnell s surplus Old Bohemnan To Bull Nadel a plane tlcket to Bennington Vt To Bob Pellecchla a Ferrara Lancia D 50 To Barry Phelan a rubber crutch To Danny Qulllen an ant: pun To Ed Reese a churchkey To Howie Rosenhaus Caprtal Gams To Phll Santora a scalpel sharpener To Noel Scheffen a key lathe To Charlne Sebastyan a Century Coronado To Ken Sharp an Honor Toll on the Garden State Parkway To Charlle Stanzlale a polltlcal machone To Mlke Tanenhaus a Ford 90 days parts guarantee To Cralg Tlllotson a box of Bnsqulck To Jay Trlen Dun and Bradstreet To Pete Vanadra 52 weeks on the best seller lust To Mr Lombard: a player plano To Mr Manning a shadow To Mr To Mr Person Annle Oakley To Mr Pierson a barnyard and other assorted lungle nouses To Mr Schott Schlesmger Unabridged To Mr Stallmgs a burglar alarm for the locker room To Mr Strahan some more modern dancers To Mr Warbasse a portable bomb shelter Nelke a lar of moustache wax Page 35 NEWSMAKERS A blIndIng flash a m1le h1gh cloud of smoke and the pungent odor of rotten eggs heralded the success of GX 23 the new mystery explosIve perfected by DRS WAYNE MARTIN and HENRY HILDINGER In the1r M03 ave Des ert laboratory In a lecture yesterday at the InstItute for Advanced Pyro technIcal StudIes In Rabb1thole Ne vada DR HILDINGER ha1led the whIte powdery substance WhlCh evldently contaIns a hIgh concentratIon of tetra nItro gardol as chemIstrys answer to the H bomb ANTHONY TOUGH TONY AIELLOS powerful UnIted Bubble M8Ch1nB Makers UnIon was ousted last week from the A F L C I O by a unanImous vote Labor leaders gave as the rea son for the ouster the UBMMU s persIstent attempts to turn out defec tIve equrpment When not1fied of the decIs1on TOUGH TONY merely com mented Wunnaful wunnaful Teen age mov1e Idol ELMER HERR MANN led a mob of screech1ng females through the streets of New York on the way to the premlere show1ng of h1s latest film The Glbraltar Rock HERRMANNS promoters purposely routed the caravan w1th the Slde burned slnger s new orange and pur ple Eldorado at the head dxrectly be neath the swank penthouse apartment be outdone PELLECC1-IIA fiung h1S last weeks laundry out the wIndow a plece at a tlme thereby scatterxng bobby soxers In all dIrectIons tyIng up trafiic for three hours and leav1ng the dumbfounded HERRMANN Wlth an empty theater Twenty four year old m1ll1onaIre JAY TRIEN publlsher of the worlds largest sellIng weekly gazette the Fxre Island Weekly returned yes terday from Ulan Bator Outer Mon gOl1H where he had been promotIng the East AsIat1c edItIon of h1s news paper FIndIng hIs l1ab1l1t1es starIng hIm In the face at the alrport and h1s assets submerged five feet beneath the waves of the Atl3DIlC he agaln took to the aIr thls tIme headed for the South Pole if ll lk lk PROFESSOR RICHARD CREBER KLEIN of the Rome School of AntIquItIes a noted classIcal scholar and author of the bestseller The Joys of Learnmg Latln was apprehended yesterday by the Belle Mead New Jersey pollce force for breaklng Into a chIcken coop Page 36 KLEIN denled any cr1m1nal Intent say Ing that he had been searchlng though unsuccessfully for sIgns of Roman culture DR MARK FLEISCHMAN research dI rector of the Everglades InstItute of Technology has announced the com pletlon of the World s smallest C2 elec tron voltsj cyclotron after twenty years of contInuous work Mathemat Ical consultant DANIEL QUILLEN was responsIble for solv1ng the most vltal problem findIng the most suItable color for the mach1ne QUILLEN Sald that he had used a short cut method for solv1ng the problem he deslgned and constructed a fifty ton electronIc and let the braIn do all the work Of the 60000 dIfTerent colors fed the computer on the magnet1c tape the mach1ne selected black Em1nent abdommal surgeon PHILIP SANTORA author of the book Take Out Everythlng and Pray d1d just that last Tuesday Funeral servlces for the patIent w1ll be held tomorrow and SANTORA lS now In resIdency at the state penItentIary He IS to be re placed by DR EARL GREEWWALD whose only former surgIcal experIence has been the dIssectIon of preserved frogs and crayfish GREENWALD IS confident that he can do Just as fine a Job as hlS predecessor ASSISIGHI to the ASSISIHHI Secretary of the Navv CHARLES SEBASTYAN an nounced last In eek that Rear Admlral BRUCE FALLOWS former Pentagon chIef In charge of Toms RIver catboat maneuvers has been transferred to actlve duty In Death Valley CalIfor nIa The move Sald SEEASTYAN wIll facIlItate tenfold our operatlons ID the North AIl8Dl1C PATER BLADEN founder of a new mystIcal spIrItualIstIc sect was In dlcted yesterday by the Glen RIdge Grand Jury on a charge of first class fraud He has been accused of bIlkIng several WldOWS out of the1r SOCIHI SecurIty savIngs HIs unIque method was to guarantee them a place IH the hereafter BLADEN vowed I d1d It all for the Lord STEVE MANSHEL proprletor of that well known cabaret BIrdland has Just fired h1S current attractlon CHAR LIE Q HoT LIPS J MoRRow MANSHEL cla1ms that MoRRow s over exuber ance caused the rIft MoRRow s torrId trumpetIng caused hot wax from the table candles to spray over the pa trons As a replacement the emInent pro prIetor has hIred MIKE KRUPPA TANENHAUS and h1s Beer Barrel FIVE Th1s leader WIll probably generate as much enthusIasm but less hot aIr BARRY PHELAN owner of the famed PHELAN s P1223 Palace on Route 22 and BOB BoNoMo boss man of the r1val Dragsters Dream StrIp have started a car hop war It all began when BONOMO lowered h1s plZZa pIe prlces Now each of the combatants has made addItIonal offers PHELAN promlses to allow free and undIs derground tunnel for three hours at a charge of three PIZZHS BoNoMo IS counterIng wlth a lIghts out at eleven pOl1Cy as soon as the Week end quota of a p1ZZa In every lap IS fulfilled The body of skIn dIver Identlfied as GreenwIch VIllage novelIst PETE VANADIA was wasned up yesterday on the bank of the SCENIC PHSSSIC Frag ments of an empty Wh1Skey crate were found In hlS hands and the au topsy report estImated the body s ethyl alcohol content at 185 proof BILL NADEL and JOHN Lou ENSTEIN edItors of the natIons most popular magazmes Expose and Uncen sored have launched an all out cam paIgn agaInst the euls of the com1c book The ed1tors stated that thex ob jected to com1c books because they keep the younger generatIon fIom readIng the finer tx pes of llterature The pr1ncIpal target of the1r campalgn Wlll undoubtedlv be ROBERT MEYER . . , . - . , U v 7 . . . . . - - , . . . . - I . . 5 - - - , - A 77 3 ' ' G Y ' 1 1 , - ar II- ar A ' - ll ' l . , 77 I - , u ' II Y 7 ar lk -r ll ' ' ' , - cc II I , U " n . . 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A editor of Captain Zoom the com1c book that has flooded the newsstands and has reduced apprec1ably the c1r culatlon of the S0ph1StlCatEd maga zines The National Assoc1at1on of Bever age Producers announced some ex tremely 1nterest1ng Stat1StlCS at the1r annual convention last week The As soc1at1on revealed that Jerrytol a product of HOWARD ROSENHAUS Enter pr1ses Inc has taken over the lead 1n the race for the nat1on s most pop ular beverage Prev1ously the t1tle had been held by Blltz Beer brewed by the ROBERT MOSKOWITZ Corporat1on MOSKOWITZ 1S rumored to have locked h1mS6lf 1n h1S Glen Rldge manse Wlth a case of each product to conduct some 1ndependent research Observers are speculat1ng whether the sudden r1se 1n Jerrytols popularity was due to last years 1ncrease 1n the products alcohol content or whether 1ts s1xty m1ll1on consumers are actually suffer Ing from t1red blood the gray s1ck ness and related maladles CHAMPAGNE CHARLIE STANZIALE corrupt pOl1t1c1an who was thrown after twenty three years as Mayor of Newark New Jersey IS attemptmg a comeback 1n next weeks mun1c1pal electlons 1n Caldwell He w1ll be run n1ng on the anti nursery school t1Cket aga1nst the same Smull Avenue edu cator who was respons1ble for his Newark downfall En REESE publ1c1ty agent for Holly wood producer Mike Trod demanded a fully 1tem1zed b1ll for the forty layer cake that was baked for Trod s Txmes Square b1rthday party last month He felt that the request for S25 000 was much too h1gh for the size of the cake Wh1Ch was not even two storles h1gh Chef CRAIG TILLOTSON to keep the matter out of court ylelded to the in dxgnant REESE and reduced the pr1ce to S10 000 as a special favor F1re and br1mstone rev1val1st DEL FLETCHER whose followers have been filling the Garden for over ten weeks wound up h1s crusade last night with a sc1nt1llat1ng three hour sermon on the BVIIS of money The FLETCHER organ1zat1On estimated that the theat r1cal young clergyman had saved over 10000 souls and 20000 dollars during h1S 72 day stint They ha1led the crusade as a highly successful venture FLETCHER himself sped off 1n his l1ght lavender Jaguar before re porters could get to h1m Tomorrow s feature attract1on at the Garden w1ll be a wrestl1ng match for the champronship of the world Champ1on Razor SHARP w1ll attempt to cut down to s1ze the l1ghtn1ng fast contender Goldylocks BRENNER who has spent three years narrow1ng down the field Wlth h1S famous constrlctor hold Sent to Saudi Arab1a for photo graphs to accompany a Ruse week feature on the M1ddle East staff pho tographer MIKE HORN has returned to the U S after three years wlthout a single photograph The fru1ts of h1S labors had been confiscated along Wlth hlS camera when the 1ntrep1d photog rapher attempted to snap an exclus1ve photo of the royal harem lk S ill lk Ha1r styl1st JOSEPH GAMBA or1g1na tor of the shaggy dog style for men has g1ven up h1S prOfess1On to become an author H1s first book How to Teach Chem1stry 1n 10 Easy Lessons appeared last week and has 1mme dlately Jumped to the 923rd pos1t1on on the best seller 11St Just below the botan1cal thr1ller Tracheal D1SOFd9rS of the Ranunculus bulbosus After a two year 1nvest1gat1on the CARRINO Corporations nat1on Wlde Chaln of candystands was declared legal under the federal antltrust laws Corporatlon presldent ANTHONY CAR RINO Sald that h1S crafty attorneys PETE LAGANA and STEVE KNEE were respons1ble for th1s vlctory He added however that lt would do h1m no good s1nce he was l1qu1dat1ng the company s assets to pay the legal fees LAGANA and KNEE were subsequently d1sbarred for unethical pract1ce and were Obllged to g1V8 up the legal pro fess1On They are soon to Open an all n1ght disk Jockey program on rad1o stat1on WHY Test drivers NOEL SCHEFFEN and NICOLL BUNNELL W111 be going down to Cape Canaveral next Week for what prom1ses to be one of the great est auto races 1n history It should be a close contest between SCHEFFENS Starstreak a turbojet racer w1th dual exhausts sk1rts and a pa1r of ten barreled carburetors and BUN NELLS rocket powered fin on wheels the Sputn1k 20 Plastics manufacturer STEVE GERING announced last week that his labora tOr1es had perfected a pa1r of chlnos guaranteed to hold the1r creases for elghteen months Th1S was made pos sible by us1ng herculon a tough new 1nflex1ble fiber so 1nflex1ble GERING found to h1S d1Smay that It was 1m POSS1b1e for the wearer to sit down He IS st1ll determ1ned however and has poured an add1t1onal m1ll1on dol lars 1nto th1s v1tal project Page 37 , U , ,, . . . 1 1 1 ' 7 , . . , . 7 lk 32 HF if ' - - - Y - , , . 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Page 38 CLASS DIRECTORY AIELLO ANTHONY D BLADEN CHRISTOPHER BONOMO ROBERT P BRENNER ROBERT S BUNNELL NICOLL V R CARRINO ANTHONY FALLOWS BRUCE W FLEISCHMAN MARK L FLETCHER WANDELLJ GAMBA JOSEPH W GERING STEVEN GREENWALD EARL F 314 Pallsade Avenue Clnltslde Park 379 Rrdgewood Avenue Glen Rldge 555 Berkeley Avenue South Orange 304 Beach Sprmg Road South Orange 45 Highland Avenue Jersey Cnty 6 376 Rldge Street Newark 4 75 Rossmore Place Bellevulle 62 Weequahrc Avenue Newark 12 64 Colomal Terrace East Orange 388 Farrmount Avenue Newark 3 15 Crest Curcle South Orange 31 Goldsmith Avenue Newark 12 HERRMANN ELMER J JR 348 Hlghland Avenue Newark 4 HILDINGER HENRY W HORN MICHAELJ KLEIN RICHARDJ KNEE STEPHEN H LAGANA PETER A LOWENSTEIN JOHN H MARTIN WAYNEJ MEYER ROBERTL MORROW CHARLES G MOSKOWITZ ROBERTL NADEL WILLIAM R PELLECCHIA ROBERT P PHELAN J BARRY QUILLEN DANIEL G REESE EDWARDJ 236 John Street Harrlson 850 South Eleventh Street Newark 8 12 Colony Drrve West West Orange 20 Hansbury Avenue Newark 8 1119 Byron Avenue Ellzabeth 449 Highland Avenue Newark 4 619 Chase Avenue Lyndhurst 231 Montrose Avenue South Orange 197 Passauc Avenue Passaic 250 Forest Avenue Glen Ridge 986 Sanford Avenue lrvlngton 410 Highland Avenue Newark 4 255 Scotland Road South Orange 43 Wayne Avenue East Orange I Carpenter Avenue Bellevllle 9 ROSENHAUS HOWARD M 65 Wyoming Avenue South Orange SANTORA PHILIP J JR 361 Rosevrlle Avenue Newark 7 SCHEFFEN NOEL H 279 North Eleventh Street Newark 7 SEBASTYAN CHARLES J 309 Huguenot Avenue Union SHARP KENNETH R 407 Manor Avenue Cranford STANZIALE CHARLES A JR 275 Delavan Avenue Newark 4 TANENHAUS MICHAEL J 24 Hutton Avenue West Orange TILLOTSON CRAIG N 8 Knollwood Drsve North Caldwell TRIEN JAY W 116 Prospect Street East Orange VANADIA PETER F 125 Prospect Street East Orange I 'Vk' qvblghvv --- . 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I at 11.1. , , ., .... , 1 ---11-1-.- ,--1 1 , .,,...,,,.,,,.,. l , , 1 -1-1---A.1e-----.--1e--,e1s--1- 1 1 --1-,-------1-1---e-1ee 1 9' Mr Hickm William Nadel Christopher Bladen JayW Trien Michael Horn Michael Tanenhaus Pol mnlan The i958 Polymman piloted by Bill Nadel encountered its share of the reefs and shoals that beset every year- book. Due to the fine teamwork of the Staff deadlines were met and you who read may now add another Po- lymnian to your collection. 2' 5 .' 'S WILLIAM R. NADEL Editor-in-Chief This year like last year the Minuteman led by Editor in-chief John Lowenstein lent its literary talent to the cause. Bob Meyer too a representative of both staffs worked hard. Pete Vanadia contributed feature articles and Chris Bladen was an invaluable Senior editor. Most of the biographies are his and it is not easy to do iustice to as many fine men as this class can boast. Photography Editor Mike Horn and his henchmen Wayne Martin and Hank Hildinger conducted an untiring search for candids. Many times as we hurried to class we heard the challenge . . . Ho it! saw the flash bulb pop and were left bemused rubbing our eyes. And so were recorded many of the unposed shots you see here. Elmer Herrmann Roger Lowenstein and Richard Weis- man did a good piece of work in analyzing and describ- ing some of the activities which abound at Newark Acad- emy. The artistry of Dick Rizzo embellishes these pages. To Mike Tanenhaus fell the task as Lay-Out Editor of assembling stacks of photographs and sheafs of articles into a well balanced book. lt has often been said that money isnt everything." We agree, but it helps a great deal in meeting printing costs. Business Manager .lay Trien had the responsibility of talking friends, relatives and kindly merchants into sub- scribing for ads. His efforts have not gone unrewarded. The Editors and the staFf will long remember Mr. Hickin's advice and assistance. Page JO Front Row Greenwald Freldman Meyer Lowensteln Trlen Weisman Morrow Second Row Mr Schoff Harris Meister Soare Dann Htldinger Scheffen Martin Third Row Nadel Tanenhaus Kletn R lowensteln Fletcher Vanadla Aronson T e muteman After many frantic evenings in the Newark Academy press room striving to meet already stretched deadltnes the Minuteman editors for this year have successfully added Volume XVIII to the files At the helm of this year s staff was John Lowenstem an experienced taurnaltst who had held the positron of news editor in his tumor year Johns reserved manner belted his strong and efficient management of all the de partments of the paper Richard Weisman a luntor and Jay Truen a senior as third pages while David Friedman a lunior as feature editor always produced an attractive second page Bob Meyer of the Senior Class was tn charge of the last page as sports editor His column Meyer s Musings was a never ceasing source of wit as it encompassed the enttre Newark Academy sports agenda Volume XVIII saw several important changes n the paper The Progress Publishing Company who had pub lished the Minuteman in years past returned this year to print the paper when the Rae Publishing Company could no longer handle the 'ob With the new printer came a new type of glossy paper which added appreciably to the already ottractlve format ofthe newspaper In addition the ct culaton was boos ed th s year by 300 r alumni received the Minuteman for the first time Ctrcula tors Don Aronson and Jon Harris bore up admirably under the added load mailing out more than 2000 ofthe copies printed each month with n two or three days Several non titular contributors to the paper s success were Student Council President Bill Nadel who wrote some philosophical essays concerning various moral as pects of school life Roger Lowenstein a sophomore who was of great assistance on all three staffs Bob Soare and Jon Harris who both contributed good news and feature articles seniors Del Fletcher and Pete Vanadta who were invaluable as news reporters Jeff Dann writer of the Athlete of the Month column and Myron Meister the Lower School reporter Senior Charles Morrow was chief ln his second year as faculty advisor of the Minuteman Asststant Head Master Mr Schott did a Hne rob of keep mg the quality of writing up to par JOHN LOWENSTEIN Ed tor tr' Chief f I . I I I 1 I f I r - T - 1 I I I ' I . ' I I ' I : I I I ' I I I ' P I I Z l I . I - ' : ' , , ' ' ' , ' 1 I I co-news editors consistently turned out interesting flrst and of the copy staff. , , , , ' a 'r t. E t I X We to the Student Councul Thus year s Student Council the first elected under the new electuon system has been as actuve as uts predeces sors uf not more so Under Presudent Bull Nadel the Coun cul has become a more vutal force than ut ever was in the past ln uts role as the meetung ground of the admunustratuon and the student body the Councul succeeded un havung the Sprung Vacatuon changed to councude wuth Easter Thus was accomplushed after a poll taken by the Councul unducated that an overwhelmung maloruty of the students would be favorably affected by the change ln addutuon to the poll the Councul contacted many secondary schools un the North Jersey area to determine when most of them scheduled theur sprung vacatuons The Councul has done much to promote school spurut a fact that us punctuated by the conspucuous absence of pleas for a luttle school spurut whuch were famuluar of from organuzung rallues to purchasing film for photograph ung football games At the same tume ut has spent much tume and thought un revusung the Student Councul Constutu tuon so as to mclude un ut last year s electuon reforms ln the hugh finance department the Student Councul dud a credutable lob It defrayed half of the expenses of the Academy s representatuves to the annual Buck Hull Falls unter fauth conference ran buses to most sportung events and supported the intramural program Sunce the Councul bought new covers for the wrestlung mats we may expect WILLIAM R NADEL Presudent to see a wrestlung team un the next few years ln De cember the Councul took up a collectuon of several hun dred dollars whuch was presented to the Newark News Chrustmas Fund These phulanthropuc gestures wuth the ex by the annual magazune druve whuch was quute profitable thus year A delegatuon was un attendance at the conventuon of the New Jersey Assocuatuon of Hugh School Student Coun culs Thus opportunuty to compare the functuons of other student governments wuth those of our own was unterestung and unformatuve The l957 58 Student Councul deserves a suncere Well done ut has provided future Student Counculs wuth a hugh standard to equal Front Row Carruno, Herrmann, Haugh, Nodel, Meyer, Huldunger, Deermount Second Row Noporono, Carngon, Anmtto, Kunusch, Cetrulo, Fruedman, Brown, Keuth ! yore. The Council's action in this respect ran the gamut ception of the Christmas Fund donation, were provided Front Row Kung Nadel Herrmann Mr Barget Shelbourne Loprete Carrlno Second Row Harrrs Vanadla Hough MacFarlane Coppedge 2 ELMER HERRMANN Presldent 2 Library Committee The Lnbrary Commlttee under the dlrectlon of Mr Bar get ns havnng one of nts finest years Thus Commnttee as snsts an mauntamnng an etflcnent Irbrary by makung an nn ventory of the books keeping the magazmes an a sem blance of order fastening lackets on books and takmg charge of the Llbrary when Mr Barget IS absent The Commnttee has also been actuve In the program oFfered by the Newark Publuc Library Representatnves from the Academy have gonned nn the Teen Corner Coun cal dnscussuons both unformatnve and nnterestung on better use ofthe library Preszded over by Elmer Herrmann the Cornmnttee has a much Increased membershvp and an added Interest It has establushed utself as an outstandtng organlzatton an the school 3 I 1 1 - 1 r 1 . 5 1 1 1 1 - I I 1 - ' 1 - ' I . 1 r r I 1 J f ' ' 1-nn Science Club The primary purpose of the Newark Academy Science Club is to afford those interested in scientific fields an opportunity to further their knowledge presentmg an interesting program in which all may participate This year due to varied interests the Club was divided into two sections One was composed of Juniors and Seniors the other consssted of eighth ninth and tenth graders Henry Huldmger presided over the older group and Palmer Dante was president of the latter section Each division met bn weekly The older group concentrated on Chemistry Among the experiments they performed were the formation of phenol formaldehyde plastic and the reduction of chlorme and sodium hydroxide to form sodium chloride and sodium chlorate salts a working barometer and how to create a vacuum using an aspirator An outside activity of the Science Club was its participation In the Greater Newark Science Fair In this event the students prepare exhibitions and compete for prizes Front Row Klein Horn Slade Tanenhaus Hlldrnger Martin Bladen Mr Warbasse Second Row Fletschman Keith Boudreau Dann Blast Van Antwerpen Del Negro Kes Third Row Kmsler Vandever Dante Tonkms Schell Fagan Hershey Lampros Page 43 I The younger boys spent most of their time in the field of Physics. By experimentation they learned how to make C ee Club Once agavn under the capable hand of Mr Carlo Lombard: the Newark Academy Glee Club has enloyed a very successful season Presuded over by Del Fletcher ably assnsted by Larry Goldwasser lVrce Presldentl and Scott McWnlluams lSecretaryl thus group has showed genume Interest un perk ctmg theur talents Regular rehearsals were held every week elther durung the mornung chapel servuce or In the actlvntues pe. od When necessary the boys worked after school hours to umprove theur extensive repertonre The Glee Club expanded beyond nts usual duties of guvtng concerts at Christmas Easter and Commencement Each month a Chapel Sung was held The enture school gouned the Club nn smgnng songs durlng a chapel program In addatuon two separate snngung groups the Quartet and the Octet were formed from the Club s roster Standing Morrow Mason Goldwasser Fletcher McWnlluams Von Antwerpen Dante Tonkuns At Plano Mr Lombard: Pcge 44 . , . - 1 ' 1 , . , . , . , . ,, . ,, . . . . . . . . . . . , 1 1 - 3 1 1 I r 1 I - - - ' CHAPEL CHOIR Composed of members of the Upper and Lower lntermed:ates the Cho:r conslsts of fifty vo:ces under the d:rect:on of Mr Lombard: Through :ts rend:t:on of hymns the cho:r adds a great deal to the morn:ng chapel serv:ce The cho:r :s not I:m:ted to school presentat:ons but has three d:st:nct programs :n add:t:on At Chr:stmas t:me they go to lvy Haven Rest Home and to the East Orange Veterans Hosp:tal to present c: concert of Chr:stmas hymns There :s also an even:ng concert whlch :s held at the Academy At th:s function a ser:es of arrangements by Mr Lombard: :s presented w:th accompan:ment by Mr Nelke organ:st and Doctor Lew:s and Mr Strahan p:an:sts F:naIly the cho:r part:c:pates :n the Lower School graduat:on :n June Th:s :s the one tame that a less ser:ous note :s sounded CHAPEL CHOIR F:rst Row G Cherlln D Knee L Genung M Yogg R Malanga A Early M OGrady J E Duffy P Craw J Ehr:ch R McCann D Afshar J Wadsworth L Shepard Th:rd Row J M:tchell R K:me L Busse R Flaws K Morr:s M Brlggs B Melster P Cooper A Glover E Ames N Branscombe P Rosell: F Polk Fourth Row Mr Lombard: lAdv:sorl P Alexander N Gtlman J Voorhe:s A Slav:tt E Sk:nner C Gregory R lsraeloff N Krug P Harr:s J Deermount P Artaserse Page 45 , ... , . . I . . I I . I ' I ' I A f . . , . , . , Q f . , . , . l , . Anagnostis, A. Gaeta, B. Duffy. Second Row: C. Fischbein, G. Chambers, W. Siemon, N. Daley, .i , . A , . l , . , . , , , , , ' J . , . -, . , . , . l , . l , . . , . , . , . , . t , . l, . . U : . ' J , . , - . , . l , . . , . J , . , . , . , . ' , . , . . PHOTUCRAPHY C LU B With the untimely demise of Chrnstvan Dlor Newark Academy seems to have passed its chief contender for the new look A prime example of this novel facade is presented by the Newark Academy Photography Club They have had as their mann prolect the refurbishing of the dark room No longer is it a refuge for clandestine smokers only those of artistic temperament are now allowed within its hallowed walls Presndent of the club is Luccuo Ricci Thanks to his persistence a Summit talk was arranged between the Minuteman and the Photo Club This high level conference brought about an amicable settlement of territorial rights affectnng chemicals paper and various other buts of paraphernalna which have proved to be the cause of more hands of Mr Warbasse will not have to exercise nts powers of mediation in the future Believing that technical education is of paramount Importance the club has con tlnued its practice of having lectures for the benefit cf its members These along with ludicrous taps from the advisor have helped club members to maintain their reputation as shutterbugs par excellence PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB First Row Mr Warbasse lAdvlsorl Kes l Ricci A Del Negro A Wlss Second Row F Katz J Morrissey J Morse P Papademetrlou R Blass P Smith Page 40 than one pitched battle! It is hoped that the "truce commission", still in the capable RIFLE TEAM AND CLUB Flrst Row H Lesher Seellg J Rosamllra G lampros Wlllner Stem J Slegal R Rosamllra Second Row P Dante N Bunnell W Martm H Hnldmger E Greenwald P Vanadla J Kms ler R Blasl Th1rdRow M Szlaga Vandevere S MCWlllIGmS Mr Persons lAdvlsorl J Morse J McLaren H Kaplus Fourth Row l Rlccl McWilliams M Flelschman Delaura Johnstone M Splngarn S Burgher RIFLE TEAM AND CLUB The srx shooter may seem to be a thmg of the past but let at herewzth be known that the Constututlonally guaranteed right to bear arms IS beung made the most of by some forty enterprusmg Mmute Men The popularity of the Rcfle Club IS evldenced by nts contlnumg upward spural of members lt IS nnterestmg to note the hugh percentage of mlssle men In the club Could ut be that these personages of the rocket age are keepmg the use of firearms ahve lust In case greehngs from the President should one day arrrve"' Thmgs have not gone so well wuth the Rutle Team The basnc problem seems to be one of depth rather than quallty Whlle able to count on the hugh scores of Henry Hul dlnger Wayne Martm Crarg Trllotson and Butch Greenwald the Team lacks a con slstent fifth man and should one of the aforementioned four have a bad day It ns :ndeed In dare straats In splte of this obstacle Coach Persons has done an excellent 'ob Splrvt IS prevalent throughout the Team Indeed throughout the entnre club The boys have worked hard whule enloymg themselves and the scores when related to the teams to whom victory has gone on fleetung wmgs are admlrable and certarnly no disgrace Wnth a year s tutelage from Mr Persons and much match expenence under thenr belts the prospect seems to be for a wlnnmg team during the forthcommg year Page 47 ' ' 1 1 . , . , I I , , . . 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THE CHESS CLUB Celebrating therr second anmversary the Chess Club thus year has achneved a credut able record In spate of many obstacles For a whlle It seemed as though the club would fold :ts tents and qunetly steal away , after losmg Mr Lombard: as advusor Fortunately Mr Strahan volunteered hrs servuces and since then there has been a detimte upswung One dnsadvantage whuch has faced the club as the small membershup As a result they have been engaged wnth other clubs whose membershnp ns many tlmes larger ln vuew ofthe numerous dufflcultnes whuch beset them the club s record of 500 speaks well for the team s abnluty Havnng lost only one member through graduatnon and fortufied by an addrtnonal year s experuence the club us looknng forward to the future wnth every hope ofa vlctorn ous season Much credut as due to club President Bob Soare and to Richard Welsman for thenr undefeated season at the boards CHESS CLUB Frrst Row J Klnsler R Wensman R Scare Mr Strahan lAdvvsor J Lowansteun R Lowenstem J Tnen Second Row Pratt Spelr Morse R Held Schmactenberg Page 48 ' . . ,, . . 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DRAMA CLUB First Row A Carrlno P Lagana S Germg Mr Strahan lAdvrsor R Meyer W Nadel C Stanzlale M Tanenhaus Second Row P Dante R Bosco S McWllllams H Kaplus S Manshel N Scheffen R Kleln S Knee R Flax THE DRAMA CLUB There IS an old adage to the effect that a but of ham exnsts rn all people It us the avowed purpose ofthe Drama Club to brmg thas characterustuc out unto the open and there make It realuze nts greatest possible potentual It soon became evldent that the hugh number of porkers could not be accommodated an a smgle presentatnon Ac cordmgly thus year there were two shows The first a vaudevnlle revaval known as THE FOOTLIGHT REVIEW The second was a more senous endeavor TEN LITTLE INDIANS an Agatha Chrrstle mystery Both shows found the amateur thespuans under the fine dlrechon of Mr Strahan and to hum must go much of the credntfor therr success In Ten Little Indians Bob Meyer presudent of the club acts the part of a ludge wnth homrcudal tendencies Barry Phelan has the questlonable vnrtue of berng a nervous neuro surgeon whsle Charles Stanzlale takes the part of an occasionally humorous detectuve Others In the cast Include Steve Knee Peter Vanadla and Steve Manshell along wrth Junror Scott McBully and Sophomore Chrrs Dante Steve Germg and has crew are to be complumented on theur fine stage work and Noel Schetten on the varnous lughtmg effects Page 49 1. ,. ,. ,. l,- ,- ,Q ,. . :. ,. ,. 1. 1- I . ,.,.,-. r - an n - - - I ' I . , , . .0 - 1 1 I ' I ' 1 1 MICROPHONE CLUB Under the able guidance of advlsor Mr Warbasse and presadent Del Fletcher the Macrophone Club has been responsible for the broadcastmg of all athletic contests from Coursen Memorral Fueld These have Included the home football and baseball games as well as Fueld Day actlvutnes Operatmg rn all types of weather the announcers have never ceased to amaze therr fellow students by thenr apparent lmmUhllY to smffles sneezes and double pneumoma The Club has also come to the and of the Drama Club and the Jumor Class rn tnmes of dnstress Thus assrstance consosted of settnng up mncrophones and speakers for the Footlught Revuew as well as a loudspeaker system for the Hop The confusnon that has hmdered the club un tnmes past has been ellmnnated thus year by schedulmg announcers and spotters ln advance The muke men have not confined theur nnterest to the actual broadcastmg They have also spent much tnme un the study of commumcatrons and electronucs Whale there may be those who wonder about the amount of knowledge asssmulated there can be no question as to the number of fuses blown and wares broken MICROPHONE CLUB Frrst Row P Dante C Stanzrale Mr Warbasse lAdVISOf W Fletcher N Scheffen M Horn Second Row R Flax E Sorkm A Wlss D McFarlane Page 50 ' 1 . . . . . . . 1 1 1 ' . . . , . . H. ,, .. . 1 --,1- ,. ,. . llllli llllll lllllll lllllll K .d 6? 4.-W"f'!"' ATTIC STAFF First Row left to rrght P Vanadla Mr Manning lAdvrsorl C Bladen Second Row R Wersman W Nadel J Lowensleln A Derrlck THE ATTIC ls brgness to be allowed to run the country? We do not mtend to drscuss thus at great length but should luke to make a comment or two The two grants of Newark Academy the Mrnuteman and the Polymnran have now met the grant knller Dlssatrs fled wrth the rmpersonal approach to lrterature practiced by these two the Attic has thus year waged an uphrll Hght agarnst the Academy s wrrtnng monopolnes Undaunted by threats of drre happenrngs and the proverbnal cold shoulder the Attic refuse, to be pushed unto obscurrty by geolous competrtors Using rmpassroned pleas as well as calolery editors Bladen and Vanadra have over come all obstacles and brought forth the revrsed the Improved the modernlzed the one and only Attic The purpose of thus publlcatron rs to present a truly representatrve comprlatron of the Academy s lrterary achrevement Under the guldmg yet ever watchful eye of Its advnsor Mr Mannmg the Attrc has once agarn emerged as a gurdmg star on Newark 5 lrterary horazon if lllllllllll Page 51 ,, ' ' X rl I . ' va Tv x 0. , .1 ll , 1 A 'l 1 .,. X A A 5 .cf 'bf ' ff , Y ,itf 6. rf llllll , pf 1 . so K 7' . wggw, f, f u . ll . un pn- 1 ff ,f-f 'Ls '7'l 'Gaul ti ----------.. -..-. ' , 4 : . , . , . . I . , , . , I I . , - , , I I ' I I sv QW I Davld Richard Friedman Mlchael Joseph Horn Earl Franklin Greenwald John Hood Lowensfeln Peter Leslie Haugh Wllluam Roberts Nadel Henry Wlllaam Hlldmger Danlel Gray Qulllen r.4"f' M A vs. ww ri ln! X 2 af", X ,ff l lg I f 4: in M if X 5 gf. is ,X 1 'V' FOU RTH FORM Frrsf Row Ieff lo rrghf R Held J Kmsler J Tlensch D Slade A Derrlck S MCWlllIGmS J Hams R Seifert D Friedman R Heyer Second Row Mr Huddleladvlsor J Naporano R Shelbourne J Lrpplncolf M loprefe A Chrlshansen L Goldwasser G leuders R Soare R Deermount B Goldman H Kaplus M Kung Third Row P Hough W LafTerty J DAngelo R Weisman R Ward cFarlane T Kelfh D Aronson J Van Praagh R Butler A Caruso Missing from plcfure P Ryan M Cagan D Kosanowlcz R Hlckln J Coppedge D M 9? THIRD FORM Firsf Row left to righf: J. Walters N. Cogliali B. Kellow C. Tonkens F. Katz R. Lowensiein W. Salzmann H. Diamond P. Danle. ' " .Sh'l F.V Anfwer en Second Row: M. Meister R. Newhouse R. Chrrshansen R. Walker W. Pattyson J. Hands N. Schott W c en an p R. Fagan W. Kes Mr. Manning ladvisorl. Third Row: E, Jenkins C. Breitstadf E.Sorkin P. DeVito S. Annitto C. Mason K. Sandler D. Hershey A. Brown F. Carrigan J. Dann E. Ruehle. Missing from prcfurez P. Smlfh S. Errckson C. Flelssner. Page 53 N P1 SECOND FORM Frrsf Row leff fo right Vondevere Kumsch Rlccl Morrrssey Wrss Splnnlng Eyler Elder Popodemelrlou Second Row Szlogo Schmocfenberg DeLouro Blozl McLaren Brown Johnslone Celrulo Bosco Del Negro Mr Bodrne advisor Third Row Donlels Prof? Rosenhous Rosomlllro Splngorn Flcx Burgher Onlell Grossonno FIRST FORM Frrsr Row left to rrghf Mrmnghom Hczllnwell Slater Caruso Hopkins Cundon Monaco Lovollo Kerth Second Row Fowler Hemphrll Thrrd Row Yeager Koupp Pook Rizzo Berry Fuscher Boudreou McWrlIuoms Pellecchuo Lesher Seelng Fourth Row Ill Lamprose Freeman Neolls Wnllner Stem DAvellc1 Hinckley Selgel Rosomllno Mrssrng from picture Huckln McGill Wlnrck Boye Russell UPPER INTERMEDIATE First Row left to right F Polk P Alexander N Branscombe P Cooper L Busse R Pasqum J Voorheus M Brlggs J Deermount D Knee S dR M econ ow rs Lynham advisor J C Ehrlch P Crow J MacDonald G Chambers C Flschbern W Slemon E Duffy R McCann J Wadsworth P Roselll Third Row D Afshar A Glover C Gregory N Gllman R lsraeloft P Artaserse N Krug A Early L Shepard LOWER INTERMEDIATE First Row left to right M OGrady J Anagnostls M Yogg P Hams R Rosenhaus L Genung R Malanga A Gaeta B Dufty Second Row R Young C Wllllams B Meister R Krme K Morrls E Ames E Sklnner A Slavrtt J Mitchell G Cherlln M Hendrlckson advlsorl Mlssrng from picture R Flaws R Boris ini i 59-G 'X PRIMARIES 4 AND 5 Frrst Row left to right Mrs Rlchards J Wagner A Sasso R Sauer L Flschbem A Sams A Naporano J DAveIIa Mrs Evans Second Row T Peters W Greenstone J Bentley J Chadwick L Gaydas B Wlllner R Jones E Schety H Garfield Third Row M Grubm K Peterson R Pasquln K Splngarn G Cherlln S Gregory R Fader L Dcvldson B Bler Missing from prcture P4 Brlan P5 S Lonslnger B Evans .le QR, 5 R,-of ge PRIMARIES I 2 AND 3 Ffrst Row, left to right Miss Blashfield P. Del Negro, B. Turley, G. Minningham, G, Cowenhoven, R, Salles, Mrs. Smith, Second Row 4 Wetherell, A. Saporito, J, Lovollo, E. Jo es, G. B odo J. oft. I w , ncan, . Sarna, .Stott J. Lonsinger . ' Kilmurray, W. Gibson R. Spingarn F. Gangemi, WEARERS UF THE Frrsf Row N Bunnell A Carrlno R Pellecchla E Greenwald R Brenner H Rosenhaus N Scheffen J Trlen Second Row E Herr mann W Marhn H Hlldmger C Tlllofson M Horn P Santoro P Vanadla J lowenstem J B Phelan C Sfanzsale W Nadel :. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. ,. . :. 1' r- 1' 1- rf 1' 1- 1-- 1- :- Co captam E J Herrmann hrgh scorer and leadmg passer Co captavn B ll Nadel number one blocke on lrne FUUTBALLERS REIG FUUT Playnng only four games of a seven game schedule the Academy football team was undefeated The Var srty Eleven completed one of the most successful seasons an Newark Academy hnstory wunmng sux games three by forfeiture and tymg one Coach Paul De Serlos boys were named co champuons of the North Jersey lvy League breaking Delbarton s seven year reign The Mrnutemen entered the openlng contest rated as the underdogs agaunst Delbarton s heavuer more expernenced and numerically superuor team The Var stty s d-esrre to wan outweighed Its manpower deflclen cues lt s history now that the Minutemen led all the way lust bemg tvcd IH the closrng seconds of the game wrth the final score knotted at 26 26 Elmer Herrmann and Tony Carrlno combined for three of the team s touchdowns Both sensors played fine ball an their last clash with the Green Pete Halgh alertly plcked up a loose ball and scored the final opposutuon wnth hrs agqressrve play The defense anchored by co captaun Nadel Charley Stanzrale and John Coppedge held flrm In the first half permrttmg only one tally ln the second half the worn eleven was pnerced by the opposltnon offense with the resultrng tae At Englewood School the Academy team met splrrted opposition for the tlrst half The Issue was declded wuth a thurteen point Academy outburst In the thlrd quarter Co captarn Herrmann and Tony Carrlno scored a total of tive touchdowns pacing the squad to a 34 l3 vlc tory Roger Deermount and Larry Goldwasser were bug men ID the stout defense The St Bernard s game played at home developed unto a 28 O romp for the host eleven The offense was sparked by Herrmann s vital tosses to Pete Halgh and Marty Kung lt was a halcyon day for the defense Bob Heyer recovered several fumbles the entnre defensuve unut playing alert ball The Peapack contungent never really penetrated Newark terrltory They got to the Academy 40 once lustonce Academy points. Frosh back Curt Cetrulo shook up the S C0 CHAMPS BALL ln the traditional finale Newark was favored to beat Montclair and did Herrmann s passlng coupled with his tours round end and Tony Carrmo s bucks up the middle behind the blocking of Coppedge and Nadel proved too much for the opponents to cope with On defense Bob Heyer Phil Santora and Rog Deermount again did yeoman duty as their frequent presence In the Montclair backfield can attest The final score 33 6 testified to the Newark superiority Coach Paul De Serlo s variety of plays contrived success of the season Has various offensive and de fenslve alignments confused the opposition all year A portion of the credit certainly goes to Bob Hendrick son a newcomer to the Academy who coached the line These two men not only got the team In shape for the season but more Important Installed in them team spirit and the desire to wan The record as sufficient testi Xl Tony Carrmo fine receiver and up the middle gamer monlal to their success Charlie Stanziale good defensive lineman Ph'lSUf1f0fO PlUYed bofh WUY5 'fi U VUf'elY of places Page 59 - x VZ' I T ' I I I - I ' I ' '51 . , . . 51 I 9' I during many sleepless nights, contributed much to the l I I . I . . . D V 'K ,Z Um ef 7 H rm10f' n9 94 -'J' B ioruSh' nn P09 as der nS OO S Z Tony Poge 50 Xeoiher, We wr OYOUUQ n, soph S orrm Brow dby gf Sandy W' 4 .f HC- f'K D iv ,-gi, Co UL-I7 De Se flo I I7 open Sly G mood c ul 4 17 o f,5er 4 Co of fo em Co lhpfeff' 10 X o 'Q fo n 0 ,fr lv o I Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Nov. Nov. Nov. SCHEDULE Delbarton ..., ..,...,..... Englewood .Y,. ....,,t,.,....... Oratory ..,,,,t, ..,,,.., cc....,. Morristown .,A.,,..........,..... St, Bernard's ....,......,......V. Carteret ..,.,....,.v.............. Montclair ..,..................,,. 26-26 34-13 l-O l-0 28-0 1-0 33-6 VARSITY FOOTBALL First Row left to right D Frledman R Walker W Pattyson N Cogllatl F Carrlgan S McWilliams R Heyer J Walters Second Row B Goldman M Kung L Goldwasser J Coppedge C Cetrulo R Deermount P Hough M Loprete Third Row Mr Hendnckson Mr DeSerlo Coaches P Vanadua A Carrmo W Nadel co capt E Herrmann co capt C Stcnzaale R Bonomo J B Phelan E Greenwald lmanager Page 61 I I - , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . : . , . , . , . , . , . , . , . . : . , - , 1 - , - , . l - l, . l - .l, . , . , - - , BAS KETBALL Marty Kmg scormg leader and playmalrer Wuth a squad mcludmg five returnmg lettermen Coach De Seruo had the nucleus for a flne season De spate thus he made has customary gloomy predlctlon about the team s chances Happily the predlctlon proved wrong very wrong For the flrst tame In the Academy s annals the basketball team went un defeated both In regular season and tournament com petltton Marty Kmg gumor All Cnty choice led the team In scormg with a twenty point per game average and was the mamstay of the Academy basketeers Bobby Pellec chla sensor lump shot artuste wlth a knack for comlng up with the cruclal pomts averaged thirteen pomts per game Two rumors Roger Deermount and Job llpplncott controlled the boards all season and netted from flf teen to twenty pomts each game Elmer Herrmann ably durected the attack from has backcourt post with Curt Cetrulo and Roger Shelbourne stepping In when needed After drubblng Montclair Academy and Plngry the Academy flve met thenr first stuff opposltlon In Eastern Chrlstlan The team mamtamed a sllm lead throughout the game wlnmng 49 46 despite the loss of four start ers vla the foul route Four more lvy foes were trounced by the Flrst Street Fave Morrlstown Carteret and Montclair Academy fell before the mvlnclble Newark attack Montclaur College Hugh chnef contender an the Ivy League race vuslted the Academy gym They left no longer a threat Marty Kung and Bobby Pellecchla with 23 and 18 pomts respectively kept the Academy ln contentlon through the seesaw contest The varslty won the hectuc fray un the closlng seconds 57 56 Tradltuonal nval Delbarton was dlsposed of by a 58 37 count Return matches wlth Eastern Chrlstlan Morristown and St Bernard s added three more vlc Bobby Pellecchra, swrshed crucval pomts Roger Dee,.,.,,ou,,,, ,.eboU,,d,,,g and WM' lumpef scormg threat BASKETBALL TEAM ENDS PERFECT SEASON, 16-0 . . . . I . - . . . .. , . .. . . , . I , - .. . .. . . . I ' I . . . . . . I I . . . . . I .. .. I I . . . I . . . . . I . . .. . ' a I - - . . . ' I I . ... . . . . I .. , . . . . - I . . . I . . . I ' ' .. . . . .. . . - i I I . g u l . .Y Elmer Herrmann, backcourt general tories to the Academy win skein. Oratory School, quick- Iy taking control, seemed assured of victory. A fourth quarter surge, led by Roger Deermount, with 21 points, and Bobby Pellecchia, preserved the team's spotless record. In the Headmasters and Coaches Tournament, the first opposition to the state title was offered by Penning- ton. The first half was tightly played, the Academy led by two. In the second half Bobby Pellecchia tallied I8 points to ice the contest. Marty King, playing about a half, scored fifteen markers. Curt Cetrulo, steadied team when called upon .lob Lippincott, hit with shots from the post The season finale and championship game was played with Hun School at Lawrenceville. The varsity led until the third quarter, when Hun took the lead. Clutch baskets by Job Lippincott and Bobby Pellecchia iced the victory, the championship and the unbeaten season. Marty King, in addition to again being high scorer, showed some of his court wizardry. Any encomiums would merely be gilding the well- known lily. The perfect season attests to the excellent coaching iob done by Mr. De Serio and his tireless aide, Mr. Hendrickson. Roger Shelbourne, could gun in needed buckets CUURTSTERS CAPTURE IVY LEAGUE, STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS Marty noffmg fwo agamsf Monfclanr Page 64 L hm f Ph of King dnvmg around fhe oufclassed opposmon 'ppy mg rom e pw SEASON S RECORD Newark Academy Montclair Academy Pmgry School Eastern Christian Morristown Carteret School St Bernard s Montclair Academy Montclair College Hugh Delbarton Eastern Christian St Bernard s Oratory School Englewood HEADMASTERS AND COACHES TOURNAMENT 67 Pennington 49 Hun School VARSITY BASKETBALL X First Row leftto right R Deermount R Pellecchia M King E Herrmann C Cetrulo J Lippincott Second Row Mr DeSeno coach Page 65 46 ' ., A.,...,,VV,V. 25 X 42 ' ..Y..,a.V, ....,.,,,.... 3 2 49 - - lllrW,,.llll,ll,.lll 46 ff 71 ' .........,...v,,............ 40 ' 60 ........YVew...,.... 38 74 , ' ...,.......A....Y,,..,.. 38 K 56 ' ........,,,,.... 36 57 ' ' ,,..,..... 56 58 ,,..,....,,.....,.......a,a.,. 37 V 68 ' ' ...............4.. 48 65 . ' .........eV7.......w.... 42 65 Morristown ....,s..........s........... 47 58 ......,............,,. 50 76 ..........v..........V,..,,, 54 ' ..,,,,...,.,................ 44 ' , ':. ,. ',.',. ,. ,.". :. 'l l, R. Shelbourne, A. Christiansen, M. Loprete, G. leuders, R. Hickin, Mr. Hendrickson lassist. coachl. Missing from picture: P. Ryan. - Q Page 66 The Academy s own Cyrano 'Dvd' 'Hr FENCING TEAM Cetrulo Second Row J Wlllner C Tonklns R Fagan A Del Negro E Sorkm FENCINC The DArtagnans of the Academy have once again bested the Invaders from the outlylng prov mces of Jersey Wuth a one for all all for the good of the Academy attitude thus year s tolls men have captured local laurels once more The team under the coaching of Dean Cetrulo a National and Olympic champion wound up the season with a fine record of four wms and one loss The teams to go down under the flashing swords manshnp dusplayed by the Mmutemen were Butler Lmcoln and Moms Hllls Regnonal which fell twice The only school not to feel the coup d grace was our arch rlval Barrmger Unfortunately College Boards prevented the Academy fencers from entermg the N Y U Inter scholastic Fencmg Tournament There was no such mishap to keep them from the State Tournament As last year the team was second un the state sur passed only by Barrmger The first three swordsmen co captains Tony Carrmo and Jam D Angelo wlth Curt Cetrulo com posed the squad whuch saw actlon Carrmo was named most valuable fencer whale D Angelo will captain next year steam T ' 1 1 'I' ' . f I T 3 , K T , 1 E I First Row, left to right: A. Carrino, J. D'Angelo, C. . : . ' , - ' 1 - 1 - , - ' - Y ' ' ll I ' ' 4 . H . . g 0 gt ' . I ' I . I , . . . I . . . I , . I - . I . U 4 . ' I I ' 1 a 1 I I - - I I ' I . . . ' I SWIMMING It would seem that Darwm s theory of the sur vrval ot the flttest does Indeed hold water Man aging to last through two years of hughly unpro ductrve dunknng thus season the Academy aquatic heroes staged a startling reversal of character Tlred ofthe opposltrons geers they have pulled oft a successful season s record of tlve wms and five losses agamst publrc hugh schools throughout the state Coachmg the team for the thlrd year rs Pete Eck ert Under hrs tutelage the Mermen have been con stantly rmprovnng He has developed a nucleus for future seasons losmg only two seniors the co captams Howue Rosenhaus and John Lowenstem Both Howre, who was the team s high scorer and John totalled over forty pomts sn the season s competltron Three other natators Tony Caruso, Joel Werbel and Doug Slade also passed the forty pomt total The performance of these boys, wlth support from the rest of the team, bodes well for future success SWIMMING Co captams Rosenhaus and Lowenstem gettmg oft to tlyrng starts Flrst Row Werbel J Caruso Splngarn Ruehle A Caruso Dann Frledman Second Row R Rosenhaus Mason Heyer H Rosenhaus Soare Slade Schell J Lowenstem hai Page 67 ., , f - u rl - iff! 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M I I I l T 5 Q V - 5' fiv- ,Q C I f 1 nl I , -LR g 1 X-J X , TRACK ntora R R C an Hershey Butler J Hickm Blass De Vito S Hlckm Second Row Sebastyan Goldwasser Cagan Sa F t ig lrs ovll1ickllnllKatz Tlensch Third Row Fletcher mgr Walters Salzmann Kes Keith Seifert Cogliati Dante Kmsler Ward Kunlsch Mr Hickm lcoach T RAC K For several years the Track Team suffered from a serious lack of interest in the sport Even the ef forts of several exceptional athletes was not enough to give the clndermen more than an occa sional victory This year, however the team s coach Mr Albert T Hickm, also head of the Acad emy s English Department was favored with a well rounded experienced squad with good depth and 3 A in iv-4 Sprinters starting, under the coach's gaze Page O8 spirit and a good chance to top last year s record of one win and four defeats The team was fairly youthful with only three seniors on the roster Phil Santora, Tony Carrino and Bob Brenner Santora the captain, ran regu larly in the 220 and 440 yard races and was occa sionally accompanied by Carrmo Brenner who came to the Academy this year ran several times in the l 00 and 200 yard dashes Juniors also contributed considerably to the team s point total with Randy Hickm in the half mile run Dick Ward and Skip Butler in the mule and Larry Goldwasser in the shotput Second and third places are lust as important as the firsts Third Formers Bill Salzman, Frank Car ngan Chris Dante and John Walters and Second Former Jeff Hickin consistently came through with points to give the team a needed boost Their suc cess bodes well for future track seasons This year s contests were the lvy league Relays and the Ivy League Meet, and dual meets with Morristown, Weehawken, Pingry, Delbarton, Mont- clair Academy and Carteret. Only the Weehawken and Pingry meets were run on the Academy's track. TENNIS Coach De Serio, dropping the cynic s ban, con- fidently predicts that the Academy netsters will retain their Ivy League championship His predic- tion is based on the tact that his entire squad of lettermen is returning from last year which saw the Minutemen cop the initial Ivy title Foremost among the returnees are two seniors Captain Howie Rosenhaus and last year s captain Elmer Herrmann These two won practically all of their matches in both singles and doubles where they combined as the first doubles team Both boys have gained experience from League and summer competition Two more returning lettermen Mike Horn and Richie Weisman will be backing up the team. They ll draw the important task of winning in sec- ond doubles and third and fourth singles. Two newcomers Roger Flax and Bob Rosenhaus will further strengthen the courtsters. It would seem logical that the championship team would have convenient courts but this is not the case. This situation precludes much spectator interest or large scale training of future varsity racqueteers. TENNIS First Row Flax R Rosenhaus Second Row Mr De Serlo coachl Weisman H Rosenhaus Herrmann Horn Page 69 Shortstop KIng slashIng a dflVE over second In practIce CharlIe StanzIale wears a look of grIm determmatvon Page 70 Pellecc mlsses as the Ant gIves UdYlC8 BASEBALL The outlook for the 1958 Newark Academy varsIty nIne IS VIeWed wIth assurance by that dour prognos tIcator, Coach Stalllngs He POINTS out that the turnout ThlS year IS the largest ID a long whIle A wealth of let termen wIll be on hand only two of last year s starters Art Meyers and Bull Sala, havIng departed CondIdates for the pItchIng chores are numerous, Roger Deermount headlng up the lIst Mr StallIngs oplnes that Rog a startIng hurler last season could de velop Into a first rate moundsman wIth added control Petey HaIgh, a newcomer wIth a fearsome knuckle ball should add balance to the staff Two IunIors, MIke Lo prete and Doug Slade, along wIth underclassmen Bob Newhouse Ed Jenkms and Larry O BrIen gIve the hIll corps depth The tools of Ignorance wIIl be worn by Tony AIello, Wally Pattyson and Jett MOYYISSBY None of these stal warts has performed before In a varsIty CCPGCITY so thus half of the all Important battery IS an unknown quantIty Two returnIng lettermen Job LIppIncott and Barry Phelan, are the candIdates for the first base post The heavIer hItter of these experuenced first sackers wIll probably start Pete Ryan Bob Held and Bob Heyer are all contend ers for the second base slot AgaIn he who wIelds the blggest bat wIll wIn out wIth Ryan, a newcomer to the Academy, the expected starter Marty KIng, one of last years starters has already naIled down hIs post at shortstop HIs fieldlng wIll shore up the Academy de fense Roger Shelbourne another returnee, IS expected to resume hIs dutIes at the hot corner GII Lueders, an experIenced Infielder IS a possIble choIce at any of the posItIons Two of the three outfield spots are already well filled Tony CorrIno, thIs season s captaln, an Important man In the Academy attack for the past two years, wIll hold the left field post Bobby Pellecchla, a rIght fielder In the last compaIgn wIll patrol the greener grass of cen ter RIght field a Wlde open POSITION, may fall to senIor Bob Bonomo lt s also posslble that one of the off duty moundsmen wIll play there lnclement weather has once agaln caused Mr Stall Ings no lIttle grIef Only a couple of scrImmages could be played before the openIng fray wIth MontclaIr Col lege HIgh ThIs IS perennIal as IS the Academy s pres ence In the mIdst of the Ivy League dogfight ThIs year wIll be no dIfferent wIth a better than usual chance to cop the tItle , . 7 . . . . . . K . . . ' a I I I 0 , were . I I I , . . . vw.. . . . V.,,i-. , -. , A - 14' . . . 4,-.FQ I .A , , . . . . . . . I I - . . . . . I . . . . - . . , . . . I 5 . . . . . Q . 1 5 - ' ' Z I I O I . . . . . . . . . , T' 5' ' . I 0 I U I ' K , ,' I A . ,V K , K f o ,X 1,47 A ' 3 I V H V , ' A r ' xi. X . - - ls . l f ' W S., - ' I . . . . . T M' ' ',1 I I . . ' X , e . my g ' . . . . ' fig . . . 'f 5 -s 1 A i ' . ' , 'Q , . . . I . . . . ' T ' ' . 0 I D I l I . . . . . . , . . . . . . . . . . , 5' I - h A V . . . . . 4, F n I . ' ' . . - . . . . ' I . . . . . . . . , . . . . . . . I . LA' .K A? .. .. - ., ,, . . Wwgih 'X L-a Bobby seems fo have profifed from the advice he s wcmng for the ball Tony comes out from behmd the mask fo fake some cufs ' 'mm 45. A wah? BASEBALL Ffrst Row Kung Sfanzuale Bonomo Ccrrlno Pellecchva Auello Slade Second Row Mr Stallungs lcoachj Hangh Newhouse Phelan Deermount Loprete Llpplncott Lueders Ryan Sheloourne Jenkms Potiyson I 4' QA43, fy! Page 77 MIDGET FOOTBALL Frrst Row Krug Cherlln Harris J Deermount D Knee Early OGrady Gaeta Second Row Yeager Rizzo Sermon Russell Boye Fowler Wlnrck McWllIlams R Pellecchla Third Row Mr Stallings coachj Afshar Polk lll Skinner Flaws Busse Freeman Stem Gregory Cooper Glllman Israeloff Fourth Row McGill Slater Halliwell J Caruso Momca Manmgham Duffy Craw Daley Lovallo Page 77 1 N- In M9 77 X Keith mgr Ehruch Midget Football The mighty midgets of Newark Academy this year added another lewel to their crown of unde feated seasons The team coached by Mr Stall mgs and led by Captain Jack Boye finished the season with a 6 O record and a total of T53 points scored against 21 points scored by their oppo nents The Little Minutemen opened the season by sinking Delbarton s Green Wave 38 7, at Delbar ton ln like manner the Midgets clobbered Rumson Country Day School Montclair Academy and Princeton Country Day School The Midgets met Englewood School their strongest opponent at Coursen Field on November llth Englewood played a determined game and the final score was N A 8 Englewood O The traditional Mont clanr Academy was the final contest of the season lt was played at Montclair on November l8th, and the Midgets ended another brilliant season with a 27 7 victory over Montclair . . . 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' 1 ,C vi v--., l 7 fi ll ' ' Il -.. , ,.,-Q . . , if C- ' S ' ' 6 : 1 1 t if . 1 1 I . 1 I Q T x 5 L Mudget Basketball The Mudget Basketball team duplucated the rec ord ofthe Mudget Football team finushung the sea son wuth sux vuctorues and no defeats The season began at Montclaur College Hugh Sparked by the excellent playung of Co Captaun Whutney Russel and Duck Fowler the Munutemen brought home an umportant vuctory over the team that had marred theur record last year led by Co Captauns Russel and .lack Boye the Mudgets kept Coach Stallungs un hugh spuruts by defeatung Del barton and then downung both College Hugh and the Green Wave un return matches The game wuth arch ruval Montclaur Academy was the hugh pount ofthe season forthe seventh grade lt was played almost enturely by seventh graders The maunstays of thus mughty squad were bug Red Duffy center Charles Fuschbeun and guard Peter Craw The lut tle Mudgets loath to break wuth tradutuon were vuctoruous fl ,J MIDGET BASKETBALL Furst Ro Slater Hemphull Nealus Fowler Second Row Mr Stallungs coach R Pellecchua Wunuck Russell Boye U Intramurals Once more Intramurals the bane of the extra help peruod had many Academlctans as avnd partlclpants These undoubtedly the most popular of the many extra curricular actlvltles were engaged In with the usual gay abandon and predsluctlon for mayhem Skull won out nn the bloody end The unbeaten records ofthe varslty teams were dupllcated to a degree by the lntra mural champs Rob Moskowutz and Make Horn abetted by some Glen Ridge pass patterns led the Packers to victory nn the two hand touch football league The best of the rest mcluded the Gnants sparked by Bobby Pellecchla and Job Llppmcott lndlvldual performance by other stars could not match these teams There was llttle competttuon In the basketball race Though pressed by several teams the Celttcs had too much helght for their opponents to cope wlth Led by Bob Meyer Charlne Sebastyan Jack Boye and Del Fletcher the team was well mgh mvlnclble No playoffs were held despute the anguushed crles of some part: sans who hoped to be able to pull an upset Volleyball always fiercely contested despite Its lack of contact 090m was the favorlte mtramural An elabo rate playott system was devised by the wlse old men In the Gym office enabllng the schedule to be played be tween varsity seasons Bobby Pellecchla led his favorites to vuctory Withable feeding notably by Mlke Tanen haus Bobby effectively spiked the opposltlon INTRAMU RAL FOOTBALL CHAMPIONS R Lowenstem R Moscowltz R Christiansen M Horn R Scare N Schott J D'Angelo Page 74 , - Q I - I Q . . , . 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