Niagara Falls High School - Niagarian Yearbook (Niagara Falls, NY)
- Class of 1948
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ALBERT MALINVERNI Prexzdem'
MATTHEW ALBERA Vzce Prefzdmt
STELLA BOCHENSKA .Yecretary
OHN CONTI Treaxurer
BENJAMIN H TIMNJ Advzfor
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X INCENT MCCARTNEY
'ELAINE Y OLANTE
Y IRGINIA ZUKOWSKI
EAN Ponro MICHAEL SIMONE
Durlng the past year two members of our gradu
ating class passed away Both ean Porto and
Vllehael Slmone were extremely popular
Mnchael a member of To Bo X1 H1 H and an
aeeomplnsheel tap daneer reeenved a speexal eltatlon
for his U S O vxorlc elurmg the war Among
ean s mam aetnltxes was her membershxp IH Trl H
W e of the staff and the rest of thelr many frlenels
shall never forget them
SENIOR CLASS HISTORY
Sophomores 1945'jun1ors 1946' Seniors' As we recall these bygone years we cannot help
but realize how swiftly these years at N1agara Falls High School have passed Only reminiscences are
left at our disposal Let us open our d1ary of memories
Chapter One Here we are' Befuddled sophomores registering for our first year at Nlagara
W1th serious determination to make good we set ourselves to the hard work required of us from our
new subjects With Miss Bishara as our adv1ser we hurriedly managed to elect our class officers
Jerry Mack was chosen as our president Karl Krueger as vice president and Albert Malinverni as the
secretary treasurer The activities such as the Senior Class play entitled The Enchanted Cottage
and the Student Council dances provided us with the opportunity to get 1n the know and to be
come acqualnted We were also presented with somethlng new as students to Niagara Falls High
These were the s orts activities which made us proud of our Alma Mater That year the unior Varsity
football team dx not lose a s1ngle game Wlth the school year commg to a close and vacations 1n sight
our memories are dlrected toward September once agam
Chapter Two More confident as juniors we stroll the corridors of Niagara Our class was
enlarged with the transfer of our friends from G2Sk1llJUDlOf Hlgh School Being a l1ttle more active
in the social circle this year we as juniors presented the annual unnor Class play entrtled The
Rivals Student Council dances increased our social activity Indian Summer and After Hours
were the themes of these entertamrng and enjoyable affairs Elections were once more upon us Under
the second term of M1ss Bishara s leadership as our class advrser the following were elected as the
junior Class officers Albert Malmvernr president oe Moesta vice president and Karl Krueger as
Chapter Three And so we are Seniors This satisfying and sophrsticated title echoed through
our minds Busy was the password of many seniors tak1ng on the responsibilities attached with the
tltle The first age in this final chapter of the Class of 48 at Niagara Falls High School depicts the
organization o the senior class and the elect1on of the officers Under the competent uidance of Mr
Benjamin T1mm we elected Albert Mal1nvern1 Matt Albera Stella Bochenska a ohn Conti as
president vice president secretary and treasurer respectively There were many prominent activities
for the seniors to enjoy in their final year Recorded in our d1ary are many of these One outstand1ng
event which probably left an rndelible mark on the memories of those who attended was the concert
program featur1ng the great and talented tenor Mr William McGrath sponsored by the National
Honor Society Student Council dances also prov1ded enjoyable entertainment One entltled Mid
Year Madness featuring Frank Rotella and his orchestra was presented rn anuary The assemblies
were wrdely recognized by all as enjoyable educat1onal and mteresting One exceptional assembly
was the performance introducing the group from the C H V C Radio Station located at the foot of
the Rainbow Br1dge in Niagara Falls Ontario
School talent was effectively used 1n the presentation of the Senior play entrtled The Late Chris
topher Bean by Sydney Howard It was successfully presented on Apr1l 13 and 14 The unior play
Adam s Evening a humorous and rousing story gave evidence of the capability of the future Class
of 49 We were also active with the selling of magazine subscriptions a senlor class project for the
purpose of lessening the senior dues and expenses
Leafing through our diary of memories we seem to be on the subject of s orts The basketball
and swimming teams did exceptlonally well both fin1sh1ng the season in secon place wh1le our foot
ball team flnlshed in fourth
There 1sn t much more to add except that the last few days at
Niagara Falls High School were spent 1n a combination of a joyful
and yet sorrowful atmosphere Class Day approached rapldl E
ammatrons were scheduled and these were finally complete with
the Senior Prom as the fitting climax Concluding this chapter and
also our book of memories was the traditional graduation ceremony
from the Niagara Falls I-hgh School
Now as we close our precious diary of recollections we cannot
help but realize that this is not the end but only the beginning
Concluding this history of the Class of 48 I should like to end with
th1s appropriate quotatlon Memory in youth IS active and
easily impresslble in old age it IS comparatively callous to new 1m
pressxons but still retam v1v1dly those of earlier years
SHIRLEY CURT0 F mf Sandy Rosenblum
Clan HlJIOfld7ZJ Shrrlew Curto
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CLASS STATISTICS OF 1948
Numbers ' Numbers' Numbers' What myster1ous drama lurks beh1nd the rows and rows of stat1st1cs
collected by your energet1c scr1besP
5259 lucky 1nd1v1duals w1ll CXIC from the battered portals of N F H S come une 48
A ma1or1ty of these f1n1shed products came over from North Jumor H1gh three long years ago
South Jumor prov1des a close second w1th Gask1ll laggmg th1rd And what about those Southern
Rebels shufflm round us Yankees 9
Sen1ors agree that Mary IS st1ll a grand old name and along w1th ohn IS the most frequently
answered to at roll call Her1psma IS H1gh s most umque monn1ker
259 of our esteemed class are 1n the prrme of youth namely 17 There are two soph1st1cates of 20
and one voung thmg has merely 15 years to her cred1r'
Re1o1ce w1elders of the protractor and sl1de rule' In our poll of the sen1or class 48 students voted
for mathemaucs as the1r favor1te subject BUSIUCSS subyects got 40 votes soc1al stud1es 36 and Engl1sh
was the runner up w1th 29
After passmg IDIO the cruel cruel world about 154 of our alumnl 1ntend to go to h1gher schools of
learn1ng 54 are look1ng forward to a long dreamy honeymoon soon after graduat1on 51 plan to be
men of le1sure and 183 amb1t1ous souls are actually go1ng to work'
Iudgmg from the battered cond1t1on of our gym basketball IS our most popular sport say a ma1or1ty
of 78 SCHIOFS 70 favor the gr1d1ron wh1le the game of tag between the sexes IS a general preference
no part1culars statedj
There are 163 love b1rds Wh1lC the rest of us bemg on the prowl are ready to organ1ze a lonely
5 001 p1CCCS of gum have taken up res1dence under the desks ofN F H S and by close observat1on
the favor1te flavor was found to be Dent1ne Chewlng Gum Buy a pack today'
Most sen1ors l1ke the blare of mus1c 1n the1r ears for first per1od assembl1es A mayor1ty of 206 prefer
a mus1cal assembly 65 l1ke student part1c1pat1on 26 humorous assembl1es and one young man prefers
l1sten1ng to speakers
A note to the Republ1can Natlonal Convenuon 1f the sen1ors of N1agara Falls H1gh School were to
elect a pres1dent Thomas E Dewey would w1n by 90 votes' Of course Mr Dewey m1ght have some
st1ff compet1t1on w1th Dav1d Sand and Karl Krueger runn1ng agamst h1m
208 of us who approve of the new look are mad about the GIDSOH G1rl blouses and baller1na
sk1rts Of the 206 that don t 146 are boys
At each 7 30 a m from Monday through Fr1day 115 sleepy eyed sen1ors can be d1scovered roll1ng
out of bed 110 get up at 7 a m 80 at 8 00 o clock Qt s a close call to home room thoughl ard two
r1se w1th the roosters at 5 30 a m '
As far as N F H S goes gentlemen do not prefer blondes and
ne1ther do the lad1es for that matter A fa1r profit could be made
on 204 bottles of brunette dye and 114 bottles of perox1de Russet
locks are not very popular perhaps due to the 1nflat1on pr1ces on
red henna t1nt
After labor1ously p1ow1ng through furrows of averages percent
ages and what not your sl1ghtly groggy number counters w1th
the1r shadow wr1ter from the sophomore class leave you to 1mag1ne
the cond1t1on of our stat1st1cs three years from now and take our
leave by way of the cellar door
Stat1st1cal Agents 39876xx48M GERALDINE BRUSINO
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Right Geraldme Brus1no 6OX40X2OX-'OP4 UUE GRANA
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SENIOR CLASS PRGPHECY
I Janet Dobbre as rovrng reporter for the Rosenblum Gazette do hereby grve my annual re ort
for the year 1965 As you all know last anuary 1 my rlot Harold Aloran co prlot oe Para rse
and I took off rn our lrttle helrcopter for the wrlds o Mramr Beach There as we made our way
through the throngs of tourrsts we saw many strange srghts
The first thrng we notrced was Paul Masters who seated on the lrmb of a tall palm tree was beatrng
out a mad frenzy of jazz on an empty cocanut shell
Further down the beach we saw Marge Duff Dorrs Orr and Rennre Ryan dorng a sun dance to the
musrc of Bob Thompson and hrs orchestra wrth Marrlyn Bayes as vocalrst
Suddenly the beach shook and the sun drsap ared What was rt? A brrd9 A plane? No ulre Grana
shufflrng through the sand followed by hrs ar ent admrrers Jeanne Novak Dorarne Sanzro and Lena
Our next stop was Brazrl There we saw a canoe load of Amazons wrth therr latest capture Lover
Lumsden Out of the pun le came a wrld cry Tarzan Bozo Bozoran came swrngrng down from
the trees clad rn a leopar skrn Thrs was too much for us so we decrded to leave for a crvrlrzed con
Half way across the Atlantrc we saw Frank Kutner and Irrs Wrlcox stranded on a raft They were
engaged rn a fast game of chess so we drdn t stop
In Afrrca we were greeted by Leo Panayrotou and hrs trrbe wrth Francrs Holohan as medrcrne man
On our Way across the Belgran Congo we saw Ned Dolan Owen Grllrck and Loure Davrs trapprng
monkeys for the Leo Wolf Rrchmond Zoo Therr gurde was Bryant Kurtzman
Berng so close to Europe we decrded to take a lump to gay Paree There I went to a fashron
show and vrewed several ravrshrng models Marrlyn Armstrong Marbud Gagen Norrnne Snyder
Nancy Whrtford and Barbara Ward
The boys went on a srght seern tour On top of the Erffel Tower they saw Tony Ruda the world s
greatest pole srtter After hours o walkrng they stop d at the LaPorta Brothers Cafe There they saw
Al Malrnvernr new U S Ambassador to France an hrs two ardes Norm Skelton and Frank Maretta
The next day we traveled to Swrtzerland to rntervrew the Amerrcan entrres rn the Olympics Matthew
Albera was gorng to try the 900 foot skr jump The bobsled team rncluded joe Moesta erry LaBarber
Karl Krueger and B111 Martrn We also saw Jrm Wrddowson and Betty Burrrs renowned frgure skatrng
A messenger boy whom I recognrzed as Frank Scherber handed us a telegram statrng that we were
to leawe rmmedrately to meet oan Boore new czarrna of Russra
From there we went to Alaska On the way we landed next to the refuelrng vessel S S Shankland
The four rnch gasolrne hose became plugged and Wrley Carrns was sent to unplug rt wrth hrs crgarette
lrghter Carrns was last seen flyrng over Arrzona
Arrrvrng rn Nome we were greeted by Duane Uhrr and hrs Eskrmo orchestra Mayor Natalrno
Campana gave us the padlock to the crty
After spendrng a restless nrght rn Swrft s Igloo Inn we sallred forth on dog sled led by Fred
Peekrng 1nto an rgloo we drscovered Sherman Kulrck rn front
of a mrrror argurng wrth hrmself over the rrght to have group or
rndrvrdual prctures rn the Iceburg Annual I Before we left we
saw Bob Young and Davrd Sand starrrng rn the North Pole basket
ball tournament Srnce Alaska was our last stop we headed for
Passrng over a lumber camp we saw a neon srgn readrng Parone
and Curto Lumber Yards Out of the woods came foreman Al Dalla
Torre carryrng a tree over hrs shoulder Followrng hrm were Tom
Ellrs and Henry Frx each carryrng a twrg
Soon we were flyrng over Nragara Falls Below us stood our dear
old alma mater As we looked down we thought of the pleasant
days we had spent there Berng overdue at the arrport we passed on
lookrng back at a house full of memorres
Clan Prophecy Commzttec aner Dobbre Harold Aloran
L ftt R gb! Joseph Paradl e
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We the Class of 48 N F H S State of Confus1on Counts ofKmgs hasmg been declared of sound mtnd bs Mrss MeCarnes
school nurse make publmsh and deelare the follosstng as our Lass Wtll and Testament
ARTILI E I
To the facults
To the umors
1 Enough faxth to earrs on ID the sears to come mmus the scholars from the Class of 4h
2 A note of thanks for all the pu hlng and proddxng necessars to see us through to graduatlon
3 'X shms ness broom ssnth sshtch to clear the halls of potato chtps after hfth pertod
The dlgnrts self control and good looks needed to make the Class of 49 almost as good as that of 48
ARTILI t III
To the Sophomores
A map of N F H S ss1th detailed studs ofthe anne-s attaehed
AR'r1e1 e IX
To all the lossls classes to come
Item 1 We gxse destse and bequeath all the cafeterta cha1ts on sshtch to catch tear and run sour stockrngs
Ire m 2 The ss armest rooms notabls 105 and 300 capable of betng used a a hot house to make thetr southful ambttron
sprout and to deselop thetr scants mtelltgence
To the follosslng tndrstduals sse make these bequests
kk e lease the phs slque of Paul Chaddock to Frank Brusmo
To Rxchard Krauser sse lease the corns yokes of Tony Gara
MZYIIND Wmker s detatled mstructtons on I-loss to forge vshlte sltps sse lease to Marv Ellen urnn
The effectlse blocktng of Fran Holohan sse lease to Rtchard Banas
To C -I sse lease thts great tnstttutlon of learmng a much better place than ss hen sse found II
To Mr T1mn1 sse lease our deepest thanks and apprecratton for betng the best elass advtsor eser
To Kenns Lassrenee sse lease Sands Rosenblum s yournaltsttc abtltts
Frederick Paul Auman r s aquattc records sse lease for Bumper Mosestan to challenge
Ros Lumsden and Susan llramann lease all the pennies thes se had hurled at them to Bruce Andresss and X trgtnta
Anton ss hom sse knoss ss1Il add to the collectton
Mars Fel1c1on1 s ahtltts to plan such successful Student Councnl dances sse lease to Sherrs Demmon
Edlth Mokhtber s sl11ns hlaek eurls sse lease to errs Han1a1n
NI e lease ean Smlth s blonde tresses to Molls Stlbergeld
The A Cappella solos of Loretta Isrs s1ak sse lease to Stella Wrobel
To Donna Bruss sse lease Anne Nudo s s1s actous eheerleadtng ab1l1t1es
Rosemars Powell and Anne Mtller lease thetr cl1n1e duts to some un
derstandtng 1un1orsl1ke Irene Ella or Roberta P1nkossslc1
Norm tree top Skelton leases hrs hetght to Sonns Tas ano
To Phs llts Beltshuk sse lease Stella Bochenska s Mondas 111orn1t1g blues
Iiob XX tlson s colossal harem sse lease to Tomms Barr
The pm smashing teehnlque of Louls MAYCAHILJHIKI sse leave to Bob
ohn Hubbs leases h1s outdoor Cllellelflg equtpment to Mr Bedford tn
ease hrs Benson Burner burns out
Stgned sealed published and declared bs the class testatrts Doralne Sanzto
on the 16th das of une ntneteen hundred and forts eight as our Last Vs 1ll and Tes
tament rn the presence of us ssho hase hereunto suhserthed our names as ssttnesses
Ros: stun GLoR1oLs Pool
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'XNINIE usb HER CADILLAC
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SENIOR CLASS POEM
As we on graduation day proceed
To leave this school our separate lives to lead
We wonder if the memory of us will stay
If others will remember us this day
O will we rather fade into the dark
Our triumphs and our glories ne er to mark
The history of our school so proud and great
For surely We have earned some right to fame
Some reason for the future to proclaim
And honor us for we have always tried
To keep the red and gray as Niagara s pride
By putting forth our best in every game
And working to uphold her glorious name
For others to inherit not create
So as we close our books and breathe a sigh
XX e turn for one last look at Senior High
NX e walk once more through those familiar halls
And dream of days we spent within her walls
Behind is yust a misty memory
Ahead of us an opportunity
A chance to meet the world and shape her fate
So to the faculty we leave three cheers
And to the lunior and the sophomore class
XVe leave a spirit that will help them pass
And now it s time to say a last good bye
XVe know We ll miss those days at Senior High
NN hen We were in the class of 48
BETTY BALTZLH Poeteff
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At no better ttme than today IS the youth of Amerrca looked upon as leaders of world peace More
so due to the chaos and uncertaln tres brought about by World War Il We the Class of 48 are but
a small segment of the youth of the world and each of us who have been taught the 1deals of democra
cy and flght must share the burden of mank1nd It IS our duty to help spread these cherxshed ideals
for upon our shoulders rests the fate of the world
It IS w1th regret yet wrth hum1l1ty and prxde that we the Class
of 48 b1d farewell to the school faculty and classmates who have
taught us the hxgh standards we have ma1nta1ned and mtend to
ma1nta1n through the challenge of the years ahead We extend our
s1ncere thanks to the school and faculty and hope that thelr efforts
have not been rn vatn
Class of 49 xt IS w1th genu1ne pleasure and hopeful expectatron
that I bestow upon you the mantle of Red and Gray An expectatxon
of great th1ngs you are capable of accompl1sh1ng May you hold h1s
mantle dear and add to lt a d1st1nct1on whlch w1ll 1nsp1re the future
classes of th1s honored 1nst1tut1on
ALBERT MALINVERNI Jack Perkms Albert Mahnverm
JUNIOR CLASS RESPONSE
Class of 1948 xt IS wlth great pleasure and deep prlde that I accept as the representatnve of the
un1or Class the mantle of Red and Gray the honored symbol of sen1or1ty
You have set a htgh standard of accomplxshment for us to strlve for and we the Class of 1949
promtse to cont1nue to uphold the honor of the school and the hlgh standards whlch you have estab
In your three years at Ntagara Falls I-hgh School you have comblned work and play to emerge as
one of the f1nest groups of young men and women ever to be graduated
'Vlany of you w1llcont1nue your educatlon and others w1ll take thelr place ln soctety after graduatlon
If you contlnue to use the co operatlon and teamwork that you dlsplaved ID your semor vear we feel
that you certamlv w1ll be successful no matter what your understandmg may be
We the un1or Class would lxke to express our s1ncere thanks to 'vlr Peet Mr Jack members of
the faculty and to you who have guxded and dxrected us through our unxor Year
As a hnal word we w1sh you good luck good health and happmess
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Boa DOLANI Vzce Preszdeuf
BRADLEY CHERENZIA Secretary
STEVE AR1.ENsK1 Trmfurer
MRS HERGES Advzfar
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JUNICR CLASS HISTCRY
Like our predecessors of 10 years ago the forty niners We the unior Class have waded through
work not in quest of gold but of greater knowledge here in Niagara Falls High School for 1 year
11 months 3 weeks 6 days and 24 hours
Gone are the days when we were insignificant sophomores We are no longer looked down upon
as bewildered freshmen but as students with proven abilities
and 14 It was sparked off by a talented and versatnle cast The unior Class X ariety Show was presented
on May 28 with great success
We un1ors have participated in all types of sports including football basketball tennis and
swimming Vke have also been active in many charity drives assemblies and some are on the school
paper and in the senior play
We realize that these years of our life spent in school ar not being Wasted but we accept it as a
foundation for vyhat we are to do in later life We well knovs that X1 e receive nothing if we in turn
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Johnson, B. Johnson, R. Kavanaugh, F. Daloisio, Conrad,J. Bute-ra, T. Grana, R. Fegatilli, D. Latko, L. Zimmer, R. Wells,
J. Crabtree, K. Crampton,J. Buflrow. Third Rout' L. Zalinski, E. Zanski, M. Jackson, M. Jagow, M. Vitello, V. Anton, E. Ochab,
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A. Costanzo, A. Cuttaia, C. DeCarlo, F. Paolone, R. Yorio, P. Colavecchia, G. Hayes, Franciosa, W. Cochrane, G. Burgen,
D. Brierly, R. Clark, I. LaGatta, T. Pontecorvo. Fifth Raza' S. Herowski, E. Kapaloski, E. Janik, F. Camann, R. Curry, T. Tavano,
D. Magorien, T. Franaszek, Baio, C. Zgonce, P. Lunken, M. Meyers, D. Rosinski, T. Freeburg,J. Ahrens. Xixtln Rau'.'4L.Forster,
R. Smith, T. Rilko, F. Haag, C. Freberg, Mossry, Spena, D. Milleville, A. Hastee, W. Jensen, A. Steffen, E. Goodwin, B.
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GERALD HoLDLR Prerzdent
MELVIN SNELLING Vice Prerzdeut
EANINE HICKS Secretary Treafmer
HARRIETT DONKDVAN Adwmr
.llnzlnzg H1eLs'M Snelling H Donox nn Sztrmq L1 Holder
We the sophomores, found ourselves at hlgh sehool 1n depleted numbers slnee the tenth grade re
mamed at South un1or H1gh Although there were only 288 of us we made our presenee felt by our
paruexpatzon ln school aetxvmes Sexeral of us held parts m the yumor plav We formed the baekbone
of the 1un1or varslty basketball and football team Our basketball reeord was 1mpressxve twelve
vvms, two losses and the league champlonshlp came our wax We should have .1 marxelous team bx
the tlme we re senlors
In February under the adsxsorshlp of Mrs Harriet Donovan we eleeted Gerald Holder our elass
president Xflelvln Snellmg took ofllee as our vree presldent, and eanne Hleks as our seeretarx treasurer
We the Class of Nlneteen Frftx extend to the graduates, our slneerest eongratulatlons on the sue
eessful eomplet1on of thelr three sears at Senior High
To the unlor Class we extend our eongratulatxons on their progress durlng the last t so rears, and
we express the hope that thex wxll as Senlors gurele us and our sehool to nobler aeluexements
As unxors and Semors to be we pledge ourselves to the prmelples whleh we hate obserxed ln the
aetlons of those vs ho haue preeeded us
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1 tlsu t o in. this oppor u y o
txttnd nix tongritulitions to tht nitmhtrs of
tht briduating C l iss of 1143 Tht thtmt ol your
tar lliok shows that you Art awtrt o
im wortant plate you ottupy in thc world of
to ay. You will cnioy not only thc privilcgc of
living in our great land hut you will hc called
upon to mcct thc grave rcsponsihilitius that will
hc yours in the days ahcad.
XX hatcvcr you may do follow-
ing your graduation we shall
hc happy to haw had a small
part in helping you mcut thu
ro lcms that will present
cmsclvcs. We shall ly' sli-
tcrcly intcrcstcd in your tuturt
Depzzfi Supa: zrifezzdeu
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tonioirovv lou irt hung traintt for th lf ow
in iptriod whith h is lwttn tht most tumultuous
in history int worst o all tht tuinu t its no
cntud. icrc is still much to hc t one. You in
the thinkers of tomorrow and will haw t
'issunic your plate in this prohlcni. How irc you
going to inki You can ct ot icrs lo yt ur
thinking and followg also, you can Dc trained hy
propaganda to com: to a cer-
tain conclusion. Both of thcsu
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thinkcth in his heart. so is hu. "
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taken as a hasis for right t iink-
CLARK PEET WILLIAN1 F JACK
To Tm Simon LLASS Ann N1Ac ARIAN STAFF
in this life for one to live again his younger days
his youth? The older one gets the more he in
dulges in remmiscence l-le is quite sure that many
things which happened in his early days would
not happen again Houth has the prxyilege of
looking to the future and planning how his life
and the world should be It is no trite saying
that tomorrow s world be
longs to the youth of todav
May the learnmgs gained in
N F I-l S aid each onein malt
ing plans for desirable qualities
wh1ch will reflect credit on
himself and his country
Our best wishes go with y ou X
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To rm CLASS or 1948
of the most vital and opportune periods in our
history There are of course numerous and
ditlicult obstacles which you must overeome on
your road ahead Endeavor with all your mig
to oy ercome anv obstaeles Whleh may eonfront
you Great men have been considered great
largely because they were vvillmg to ekert
enough effort to overcome vvha
seemed to be insurmountable
klllllLL1lIlC5 In these halls you
have been urged to develop a
sense of responsibility a sense
of tolerance and a sense of fair
play xX7lfl'l these and a deter
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The Student Councll wh1ch IS tomposed of one repre
sentat1ve and one alternate from each horneroom IS the
goy ermng body of student act1v1ty ln l-hgh School OFFICERS
The Socxal Commlttee was appomted at the begmnlng
of the school term It had the task of presentmg the Student
Councll Dances wh1ch were all very successful Th1s com
mlttee also presented an assembly featurlng Frank Rotella JOE MOESTA Sffffmfj
and hls orchestra The co cha1rmen for the comm1ttee OHN CONTI Treasurer
Marjorle Duff and Owen G1ll1ck were ass1sted by Mary EDMOND SKIMIN Ad,,,,,,,
Fel1c1one Charles Chrappone eanne Novak Sherry Dem
mon and ack X 1ele
The Assembly Comm1ttee conslstmg of Betty Burrls
Donald Burhyte and Irene Ella Wlth Martm Gold as chalr
man presented some of the most entertalmng assembl1es of
the year These 1ncluded the Cl-IYC Radzo Show Bay ard
Rust1n the negro smger the unlor Town Meetlng of the
A1r w1th students from Rochester as our guests and the
annual Christmas tableau
A Gr1evance Commlttee was formed 1n December and
headed by Ray Shahln asslsted by Don Burhy te and Tom
Pryce Thls comm1ttee rece1ved the complamts from both
students and teachers Several lmprovements relatmg to
school l1fe were effected
The Student Councll supported the Commumty Chest and
the Red Cross
lnterscholastlc basketball teams vsere formed through the
Student Councll A constltutron for these teams was also
Huh the able leaderslup of Presldent Karl lxrucger the
advzce of Mr Sklmm and the a1d of the other othcers ack
X1elc oe 'Vloesta and ohnCont1 our Student Countxl has Fwy, K Krmgt, Mr Sklmm Back
been able to functlon exceptlonally well thls year he e Niue .1
KARL KRULGER Prefzdeut
ACK Y IELE Vice Prefzdent
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NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
One of the best known organ1Lat1ons of N1agara Falls Hwh Sehool lb the NdflOI1Jl Honor SOLILLY
Students belongmg to th1s group have been seleeted on the bas1s of the1r efforts IH the helds of leader
sh1p seholarsh1p eharaeter and SCTVILC
The organ1aat1on has as 1ts adv1sor 'Vhss Cather1ne MOTFISSLX and there 15 a faeultx adx ISOFS com
m1ttee Composed of NTISS NTorr1ssex M1ss Thxra Rasmussen Nlr Nflark R Bedford and Nlr
The Soe1etx s gre 1test undertalezng th1s xear xx as the estabhshment of 1 seholarsh1p fund 'Xflonex
w 1s I'111SLLl for th1s through a eoneert g1VC,l11I'1 anuarw bs the loeal chapter at wh1eh NX lllldlll 'Vlebrath
a promzsmg xoung tenor was presented Nl 1th Paul Mott
as eha1rman the afTa1r prow ed to be xerx sueeesslul and was
enyox ed bx a great numb r of people
The sehool xear began w1th Norman Zehr as pres1dent -Xl
Vlal1nxern1 as wee pres1dent Loretta ls1rxs1al1 as seeretarx
and LO15 Broolems as treasurer At the mxd welr eleet1ons
Louella X ates ww as eleeted PI'CSILlCHIf vuth Franees Leo Nl olf
NfLlfllXIl irmstrong and Stella Boehenslea as x1ee PI'CS1elCl"lI
seeretarx and treasurer respeeuvelw
New members were mdueted at a breakfast held IH the
sehool eafeter1a IU October and also at a spee1al assemblx
IU Vlareh ln Pebruars the group was entertamed bw the
LaSalle Chapter at a banquet at the Samox ar Restaurant
X un1or Chapter of the Nat1onal Honor SOLlLfW was 1n
stalled at South un1or H1gh School th1s spr1ng Sexeral
members of the loeal ehapter took part IU the 1nstallat1on
The annual spr1ng p1en1c h1ghl1ghted bt the usual base
ball game and appet1z1ng food proved to be a gay endmg
for another sueeessful sear
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Mack Serum! Rau Mrs Olner A Fernandez R Rovner A Covle Clayton B Kurtzman G Bosso L Yates B Havnes
M Weeks X Monragna Tlaml Rau E Wasmund Wxlson E Serchla M Novak G GlllICk R Lumsden K Moore L
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A Andres H Yan Orman
Although the Chron1cle of Nlagara Falls l-hgh School has been 1n exxstence s1nce 1879 and holds
clalm to belng one of the oldest hlgh school newspapers 1n the country thls vear s staff found ltself
startlng pract1cally from scratch Last year because OfCl1fl1ClJlI1CS 1n prlntlng and engravmg the paper
was d1scont1nued after one 1ssue was produced
Under the guldmg hands of co edltors Sandy Rosenblum Marshall Meyers and Molly S1lbergeld a
complete staff was flnally organlzed The make up was completely revamped 1n favor of a more movlng
layout whlch gave the paper a complete face llf'-flflg
Among the lnnovatlons featured ln th1s year s Chronicle were the mstrtutmg of many new columns
and features such as Councll Carousel a novel method of revxewmg Student Councrl workmgs and
leglslanon Hxghhghts and Sndelnghts an amusmg resume of the mactrvmes 1n Hlgh School DISC
usslon gxvmg all the latest dope on the newest records Club X ues an mformatlve column tellmg of
the commg socxal events of both H1 Y and Greek letter orgamzatnons, and Speaklng of Sports an
act1ve cr1t1c on the domgs 1n the world of sports
The h1gh degree of accompllshment attalned th1s year would have been lmposslble were If not for
the earnest efforts of Paul Zatulove head of the sports department oyce Palumbo chxcf edltorxal
wrxter Owen Glll1Ck Mrke Novak Rosemary Powell Marge Duff, and A Fernandez, r feature
wrrters, Leep Zelones and Don Andres photography and the numerous others on the reportmg
staff of the yournallsm class Faculty advxsors were Mrs Berenelce Ollver and 'Vit Jacob Goldsteln
uxll and Scroll the Internatmonal Honorary ournalxstlc Socxety was also re establlshed thls year
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AND PRGJECTION STAFF
We the students of N F H S g1VC our thanks to the members of these two hne organlzatlons
for thelr U"lf1I'lHg efforts behmd the scenes of our stage product1ons Much credlt IS due them for thexr
The proyectxon stall organwed IU 1940 15 under the LllI'CLIlOl'1 of Mr Xlvllllldm Crowle The group
has b nented from the knowledge galned whlle workmg wxth varlous types of radlo and theatrical
equlpment The amplrfymg sy stem purchased e1ght years ago has done much to make assemblles
more enyox able Another ampllfymg svstem yy as purchased by last year s senlor class
The proyectlon staff has shown mov1es ID assembl1es and 1n health se1ence and soc1alstud1es classes
For thelr servrce to the school members of th1s group wnll recelve letters The letters are regulatxon
maroon and grev, wlth the mscrlptlon N F H S Progecuon Staff wrxtten on them
Members of the propeetlon staff are Anna DIGIOVIHI Mary Markarlan Robert MOFFIS R1ehard
Muscatello Gerard Warfield W1lbur Parkh1ll Gordon Bolton and Herbert L1eb1g
The stage erew IS under the d1reet1on of Mr Frank Baggalay Many clever lrghtmg effects have
been deused by Mr Baggalay and the crew Scenery props play propert1es and careful t1mmg of
curtams are also taken care of by the stage crew
Durmg the Easter yaeatlon members of the stage erevs gave up thenr t1me to decorate the stage for
the senlor play Thls group plays a great part toward the success of all our stage actlvmes
Members of the stage crew are Edgar Manker Ted Hamllton, Walter Popoylch B1ll Ell1son lxen
neth Lawrence George Poulos, Audrey Forster Wrlham Hmdle Danny Leone and Wrlham Kay
Also Herbert L1eb1g Arthur Evans, Nlcholas Dav1dov1c Wrlham Barclay Edward Goodwm
Eleanor Losch and Shxrley Burford
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Popovich, R. Reese, A. Ruda, D. Sanzio, M. Smith, Spina, N. Snvder, D. Uhri, E. Yentresca, R, Yiscomi, R. W'uinstc-in. E
White, Cv. Wilkerson, R. W'ilson, R. W'indus, S. W'rohel, L. Yates.
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Coehram 'X Colaxecehia Conrad S Cor ini I3 Co tanzo Crabtree Crispell M Cunningham R Custoda F Daloisio
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Since 1927, when it was instituted, the Usher Squad has been of service to Niagara Falls High
School, and also to the community.
The members of the squad have various duties such as taking tickets at the door, helping people to
find seats, and maintaining order during the many performances.
The activities for which the girls of the Usher Squad are asked to assist are many and diversified.
The Adult Education Program sponsored a series of lectures at which the squad was present. These
programs included the Duranty-Knickerbocker Debate, and talks by Cecil Brown, Marquis Childs,
and Louis Fischer,
Many of the girls ushered at the junior and senior plays, and at the National Honor Society's con-
cert featuring William McGrath They also enpoyed helping at the Rochester Youth Forum which was
Miss Clara R Bishara, faculty advisor, has directed the Usher Squad very capably this wear and
Anne Hatalak has done an excellent lob as Head Usher At a recent meeting hy l s Belishuk was
elected Head Usher for next year dj! j
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Florio M Gourlay F Daloisio G Baldacchmo M Sllbergeld D Edwards Perdue D Muscarello L Cecere ,I Klemhans
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Students may come and go at N F H S but the school store w1ll st1l1 remam The school store IS
located a llttle to the left of the ofhce and is open before school and durmg the fifth perlod MISS
Emma Hulen was the orlgxnator of the store The ch1effunct1on of the store 15 not to make a proht
but rather to be an ald for the students who need school supplles and as a means of ralsmg funds to
support assemblxes presented by the student counc1l It functlons under the same prmc1ples today as
lf dld when lf was founded When Mr ack came to Senxor Hlgh School he took over the manage
ment of the store In 1945 lf was passed on to M1ss V1rg1n1a Donohue Who IS ass1sted by Georgxa
Shahanlan E1leen Hrdde June I-lockman Rose Hovmlan Marllyn Payne Helen Schultz and Don
School supplles sold rn the store mclude pencrls erasers tablets notebooks protractors compasses,
mamla folders typmg graph ledger and lournal paper any two and three rmg notebook paper The
notebook paper has the greatest volume of sales Th1s year school pennants were also mtroduced but
the sale of these was not very successful
Last year a lost and found Was orgamzed rn the llttle store and up to th1s t1me ll has taken care of
the smaller artzcles of clothmg such as sneakers gym clothes lunches and books
Merrt p1ns were awarded last year to the sudents who worked the store and slmllar awards were
made th1s year
The staff of the store IS small and unprepossessmg but If performs a necessary and lmportant funttlon
m the school
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Lzfz ta Right-Firrt Roux' Paul Lass, Joan Kelly, Ann Nudo, Doraine Sanzio, Evelynne Serchia, Lucia Caffo. fecond Roux' Marilyn
Kelly, Nancy Mclntyre, Muriel Reed, Barbara Griffith, Albert Ritter. Thin! Roux' Aurelanne Abel, Rita Campanaro, Mary Dusher,
Dolores Ciambrone, Donna Bruss, Dolores Kania.
The student body will always remember our cheerleaders, who represented Niagara Falls High
School at all the school sport activities. Rain or shine, this active group can be found at every game
inspiring our fine teams on to victory. This group spent long hours learning new cheers and many
hours leading the students in these cheers at Niagara Falls High School.
The year's squad has been under the guidance of "Doc" Parsons. He suggested they have a large
squad this year so this year's is the largest in many years.
Everyone recalls the assembly given by the cheerleaders. Their ambition for next year is to have
more of these student assemblies so they can introduce their new cheers to the student body. The
squad has many new cheers but they have not had the opportunity to present them.
This year's favorite and most popular cheer is:
Strawberry shortcake, huckleberry pie,
Truckin' on down
With a susie-Q
Come on Niagara
It's up to you!
Doraine Sanzio is captain this year and Ann Nudo is co-captain. They decided to organize three
squads because of the large number of cheerleaders. This year's squad includes the following:
lvJl'.llif'l .Yqmz.l."limaii Kelly, Ann Nudo, Evelynne Serchia, Lucia Caffo, and Paul Lass. junior lf'ur.eiU .Slquuil I: Dolores Ciambrone,
Mary Dusher, Dolores Kania, Donna Bruss, Lucille Bowers, Rita Campanaro, Aurelanne Abel, and Albert RlIfCf,!ll7If0flf7df'.YI,f1'
Alfzzail II: Marilyn Kelly, Nancy Mclntyre, Muriel Reed, and Barbara Griffith.
"The Late Christopher Bean" by Sydney Howard, was presented April 13 and 14. The plot revolved
around a painter named Christopher Bean, who had died ten years before the time of the action of
the play. Chris Bean had left Dr. I-laggett, played by Walter Mitchell, only a few dirty canvasses
to pay for the doctor's efforts to heal him. It was a mild surprise to the doctor and his family QMrs.
Haggett played by Jean Baker, Ida, a twenty-six-year old daughter, played by Jeanette Julian, and
Susan, a nineteen-year old daughter, portrayed by Molly Silbergeldl when an old friend pf Bean's,
Tallant QSherman Kulickj dropped in and paid Bean's old bill, and only took away a couple of pictures
as mementoes. It was a bigger surprise when another old friend of Bean's, Rosen CRichard Molinarob,
turned up on a similar errand. But the biggest surprise of all came when a great New York art critic,
Maxwell Davenport, played by Bruce Andrew, arrived to pay his respects to the memory of the dead
artist. It was overwhelming when they learned that Chris' daubs were worth a fortune-and how they
scurried to find them! There was one in the chicken coop and Ada had painted some flowers on the
back of another. Abby, the maid, had a portrait of herself in her room. A mad scramble ensued with
Abby, portrayed by Rose Giancola, in the thick of it. Abby figured prominently throughout the
play as the link between Chris Bean of the past and his sudden present-day importance. The romance
between Susan and Warren Creamer, played by James Kydd, featured' an interesting sidelight to the
The characters of the simple New England folk were excellently portrayed by the cast which was
chosen by Mr Frank Baggallay director The understudies were Carolyn Rogers and Jack Ingham
One of the outstanding accomplishmnts connected with the Senior Play was a b autiful port a1t of
the leading lady painted by Mr Murray McKa1g art teacher
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Evcry clay of thc school yc lr many studcnts talcc advantagc of thc wcll equtppcd cl1n1c ofN1agara
Falls Hlgh School A staff of mnc glrls supcrvlscd by Mlss Helcn VlcC,arncy R P N school nurse
tcachcr lb on clmlc duty durlng the day to aclmlnxster bllllplt hrst a1d to keep the cl1n1c ln ordcr
1nd to be helpful IU case of mmor 1llHLSS Thc glrls are also useful durmg the perlodlcal health cv
AH11I'121IlO1'1S Smce 1943 most of the glrls on duty haye been selected from the NHC1OHHl Honor SOC1Cfy
w1th the approx al OfM1SS McCarney Spec1al cases are handled by Dr P LaDuca the school
physlclan who IS 111 attendance each Fr1dax 1n the cl1n1c
Both faculty mcmbcrs and students hayc commentcd favorably upon thc co OPCIHIIIUII courteous
attltudc and kmclncss shown by Mlss McLarncx and hcr ass1stants
I-ranccs Layallaro Marjorle Duff Ircnc Eha Franccs Lco Wolf Ann Mlllcr Lollccn Peabody
Roscmary Povscll Barbara Robblns and Nancy NN lntlord hayc been on duty IU thc cl1n1c durmg the
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vrded mam students with good experlenee IU llbrars work but mostly lf has been a great eonvenlenee
to us all
Under the eapable d1reet1on of Miss Della A Hutson the sehool llbrarlan the llbrarx has been
qu1etlw and LlllLlLHIly managed Manx new books have been made avallable to the students thus
keepmg our lrbrars up to date and the students mformed The panelled walls have been restful to the
ewes and have made the room more quret bs absorblng mueh ofthe sound
-Xll txpes of book have been avallable meludmg referenee books to a1d ID doing homework and
mam books for lelsure readmg A varlety of magazlnes have also been subscribed to bs the library
for student use For the eonvenlenee ofthe students these magazmes haxe been kept ln a speelal room
adlommg the llbrarw Proper
There have been several g1rls who forsook thelr studs halls IH order to help Mlss Hutson manage
-Ks a rew ard for thelr efforts the glrls have learned mueh about a model llbrars
We the students wlsh to extend our heartlest thanks to all those who have made the l1brars fae1l1
txes aw a1lable to us
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In years gone by the corridor patrol had been operated by boys and girls in their senior year. How-
ever, at the beginning of the fall term of this school year, a committee of faculty members, students,
and honor society oflicers decided to have a patrol comprised wholly of boys.
The main purpose of the patrol was to act as a guide to visitors entering the school. Some other
purposes, just as important as the first, were to prevent "roaming" in the corridors and to prevent
damage to school property by students. However, "strong-arm" tactics were not used, since the motto
of the patrol is, "Courtesy First."
This patrol functioned very efficiently under the supervision of its advisor, Mr. Skimin. Al Malin-
verni served as captain of the patrol, which had seven posts each period. There were captains for each
period also, who were responsible for the conduct of their squad. The captains were: Bill Porter,
Frank Ficorilli, Don Ames, Tom Pryce, Paul Lass, Louis Paonessa, and Richard Shear.
This all-male patrol has set a fine example for future corridor patrols of our school.
LcfttaR1,ght Front Rau E Skimm D Eick D Wlltse N Perri A Dalla Torre B DAppollo D Soluri D King E McElroy
W Mitchell ,I Conti R Shear P Pascoe T Prvce Fourth Row F Ficorilli R Marchetti D Ames L Amato G Warfield
W Parkhill L Paonessa B Holden D Hutton
J. Baio. Second Raw: Lass, P. Budakian, T. DiRosario, Adams, Tedesco, Baker, Steve Voutour. Third Raw: R. Reese,
The Beta Chi has had a very successful year under the
guidance of Miss Alice DiRuscio, advisor, and Shirley
Curto, club president.
An annual rush tea was held at the home of Miss .Iac-
queline Perez, at which new members were accepted into
Many social activities were enjoyed including the Second
Annual Kick-off, and a Christmas party. A dinner was held
at Luigi's for the club members, and a party for Beta Hi-Y
was also given.
The girls have done much in co-operating with the
Y. W. C. A. A play was presented, and the donations were
given to the March of Dimes. The Beta Chi participated in
fund-raising programs for Reconstruction and World Fellow-
ship. Overseas boxes were sent for the benefit of a Y-Teen
Club in a foreign country.
To round out an eventful year, the annual Beta Chi picnic
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SHIRLEY CURTO Prefzdeut
FRANCES PARONE Vive Prefzdent
ELIZABLTH PASQUALE Serieram
ACQUELINII PLRILZ Treaiurer
ALICL DIRLSCIKJ Adnan:
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CLOVERLEAF -lI'E,EN CLUB
Left ta Right- '.S'z1tzu,g: Mrs. Martin, Mrs.
Hersey. .swfdllzffllgf Ql0l'1I'15UH, P. Burnette,
The Cloverleaf Y-Teen Club, which was organized in
1924, is one of the oldest clubs in the Y. W. C. A.
The club has been improving year by year and this year
it has a larger membership than ever before.
All the activities have gone well this year, the rnost
successful events were a dance and several skating parties,
In the spring they presented a play, written and enacted by
members, and a hay ride concluded the season.
There are two advisors in the club and one assistant
advisor. The two advisors, Mrs. Hersey and Mrs. Martin,
have been with the girls for two years. Mrs. Martin made
it possible for all the Y-Teens to see a dress rehearsal of a
Little Theater production. This was enjoyed by all.
The members of Cloverleaf have worked faithfully to
make this the most successful year of any.
N. Hersey. TEEN
ACQUELINE OHINSON Prerzdezzr
NORWOOD HERSEY Secretary
PEARLINE BURNETTE Treamrer
MRS MARTIN and
MRS l-lERs11Y Ad1!lJ'01'f
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SARAH LORSINI Vzte Prefzdenf
ANN NUDO Secrefau
l3rmRA1w1 SANZIO Tfeafufer
With the ail ol Nlrs Hultzen aelxisor the Gammx Rho
has had a Xerx suttessful sear The girls began the wear
xx ith .1 membership tea which was enlox ed bs all members
old and new
were a Christmas Partx picnies bowling parties and a
make up demonstration During the first half of the mar
the group sponsored Swing In the reereational tenter for
all X Teens H1 H s and high sehool teens idtlinv to the
aetiwties thes gaxe their annual April dam xxhith xx is
Krtistrx in Rhxthm
The eluh has tontrihutetl to the W orltl Fellow ship funtl
The girls haw been aetixe in sthool aetixities suth as in
thoral groups theerleading and other organizations
The Gamma Rho has a membership of twentx hxe girls
at the present time
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GAMMA RHO Y TEEN CLUB
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ANc LLA CUTTAIA Prefzdenr
MARLhvh YACCIL Treafurer
'VIISS DKJRKJTHYRHEINICKE Adzzmr
The Phi Gamma Beta, a Y-Teen girls' group, was founded
in September, 1944.
The fundamental purpose of this organization is "to find
and give the best for recreation and to promote eo-operation
among girls." As an athliated member ofthe Y. W. C. A.,
it is also the purpose of this unit to promote as much as
possible the social, civic, and general welfare of the com-
Some of the activities the girls have sponsored are roller
skating parties and dances. One of the most popular dances
of the season was Starlight Rendezvous given April 3, 1948,
at Howard Hall, with Gordon Tapp of Station CHVC as
Master of Ceremonies.
Any high sehool girl is eligible for membership in Phi
Lerza Right Frrlloi S D tino F Malmo B Qartiro G au A Co tanzo Yfnzlllozf D Cuttaia C De-Carlo C We t
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PHI SIGMA PHI
The year 1947-48 hegan the Phi Sigma Phi's third year
as a Y-Teen Cluh. In Septemher the following ollicers were
elected: Geraldine Brusino, president, Olga Lozzi, vice-
presidentg Janice Barts, secretaryg and Ida DiFlorio, treas-
urer. Miss Elsie Porter is the cluh's new advisor.
A Rush Tea was held in September and another in january
and mans' new members were admitted into the cluh. The
hrst tea was held at the home of Rose Giancola, and the
second at Natalie Kushner's home. The girls, in co-operation
with the Y. W. C. A., contributed to both the World Fel-
lowship and Reconstruction Funds.
A Christmas party, where both past and present memhers
gathered, was held at the home of their president. The Phi
Sigma Phi ioined forces with Tri-Y to give the very suc-
cessful pre-Lent dance, the Ballerina Whirl.
To round out the year's activities, the annual picnic was
held this year at Crystal Beach.
Lefr ra Rrghr---.S'ifring: O. Lozzi, E. Porter.
.flru1Ji11g.' G. lirusino, l. DeFlorio, liarrs.
GLRALDINE BRUSINO Prefzdezzf
OLGA Lozzl Vice Prefzdent
ANET BANGS .Yetretmg
IDA DEFLoR1o Treumrer
Miss ELSIE PoRTER Adzzwr
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tha tx p1r.1l M155 BalILr1r1a of 1948 wurh thc honor golng
to VIISS Marx Lou SL1h1l1a
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Aves GERACCI Pre rzderzt
ROBERT MARCHETTI tfecrelary
OHN GRANIA Trefzfurer
RUSSELL MAIO Adzzmr
Hrgh School has once agam l1ved up to 1ts well known
reputatxon for extracurrrcular actrv1t1es Under the leader
sh1p of James Geraccr lf has guen two successful dances
one of Wh1ch was IIS annual Yearbook benefit dance to the
Yearbook Staff for the Fmancmg of the padded covers for
the Y earbook Beta has also had partres Wrth Y Teen clubs
and a get together p1cn1e durmg the summer
The club has also benehted under the gu1dance of Russ
'VIa1o 1ts new advxsor
On the h1gh school basketball team A Vlalmverm and
Vlatt Albcra represented Beta L1kew1se on the football
team Beta xx as represented bv Nflatt Albera Hank Nflaletta
Frank Brusmo Ralph 'VIart1n1 and Ted Casamento Beta
members also partrclpated IH track and other extracurrrcular
actnmes at'NI F H S
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Left to Riglvtfhandirzgf E. DeLorenzo, A.
Scibilia, A. Gonzalez. Xittirzgx L. Mazzei,
W. Bevacqua, E. Marchetti.
Emo MARCHETTI Prefzdent
Alternate Vzce Prefzdentf
WILLIAM BEVACQUA Secretary
Louis MAZZEI Treafurer
BENNY ESCALANTE Advzfor
Under the guidance of Benny Esealante, advisor, the To-
Bo-Vi Hi-Y experienced its most successful year since its
organization three years ago.
During the summer vacation, the annual picnic of the
l-li-Y at Beaver Island proved to be one of the highlights
of the year. A fun-filled day was spent in swimming, eating,
and playing ball.
Several members of the Hi-Y assisted at the Old-Timers'
Banquet held at the First Street Y. M. C. A.
On December 19, the members of the LaSalle Girls' Hi-Y
were guests at an informal Christmas party, held at the
North End Y. M. C. A.
Together with other Hi-Y's To-Bo-Vi participated in the
forming of the Saturday Night Club of the North End
Y. M. C. A., which has catered to gradually increasing
numbers so that this can be marked down as another mile-
stone in the history of To-Bo-Vi.
The Hi-Y Was very active in sports, playing many ex-
hibition basketball games with teams from this city, Lock-
port and Canada.
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Izrzo Rfglf from Rau R Dodlmead X Shaplro Maelsax G Armitage Gibbon lx Stexen on Back R014 R Bement
obert C vhn an li ensen Menle R Moxham C Carr
The past tear of 1947 48 has been both prosperous and
entertalmng for our orgamzauon NX e began the tear vuth
athletles First on our program was a baseball team then a
football team and then a basketball team We of eourse
earrled on our 1nter elub aet1v1t1es as vs ell as the IHIIIHICIOH
of all of our new eand1dates XX e opened the 1948 tear w1th
our annual dance the Soc Hop held at the Prospect House
Thls xx as a hxghlx successful xenture and one of vwhrch De
Vlolax 15 proud Our next endeax or xx as a hne and enterta1n
mg after Easter eard partx We elosed out the xear w1th
our grand hnale the 1nsta.llat1on of new olheers
In all our tear has been a hne one XX e haxe had our ups
and dow ns as has exerx other organlaauon but as alw ass
we haxe remamed DeNIolaxs
ARxo1.D Bt RNS Muster Couuczlor
RAYMOND BRICGS femor Cnuurzlor
FRED AUVIAX znzzor Councilor
VIR Ixeluwr Adnzfor
EDWARD Bova has Serremry
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Panel-lellenic Society has heen functioning since 1940. It IS an organization composed of' two repre-
sentatives from each of the nine Greek-letter sororities and fraternities affiliated with the Niagara
Falls High Sehool.
The most important aim ofthe Society 1s to promote hetter understaiiding and cofoperation a111ong
fraternities, sororities, and the school. This was realized in one instance when an agreement was made
last fall to delay the annual pledge period until the prospective inemhers had a chance to hecome
familiar with the school and the organizations.
Une ofthe hig events ofthe school year is the assemhly presented hy Pan-Hellenic. On March 17th,
Xliss Adele Neff delighted the students with her elever impersonations and monologues.
The social lilwe of Pan-Hellenic this year included many dances sponsored hy the meinher organizations,
Un Sunday afternoons during the fall, interafraternity foothall games drew a large numher of fans, and
in the spring, a potluck supper was enjoyed hy all the sororities. The evening was highlighted hy
amusing skits put on hy the various groups.
A special aetivity of the organization was a donaton sent to "Seeds for Friendship." These seeds
are shipped to the war-torn countries of Europe to grow much needed food.
The year hegan with -lack Snyder as chairman, Sally Donnenwirth as vieeachairman, Betty Burris
as secretary, and Nliss Elizaheth Mitchell as advisor. The mid-year election saw Boh Shankland elected
chairman, and Sally Donnenwirth and 'lean Rice, viceschairman and secretary, respectively.
Zeta Sigma Epsilon is represented in Pan-l-lellenit hy Jeanne McDonald and .lean Rice, Zeta Tau
lota, hy Sally Donnenwirth and Maryilane Eades, Theta Lamhda Chi, hy Betty Burris and Lois Zim-
mer, Theta X1 Upsilon, hv Rosemarv Powell and Yee Housmang and Beta Alpha Sigma, hv Lvlia
Stephenson and Irene Elia
Lvamma Sigma has Boh Shankland and Roy Lumsden as representat1wes,S1gma Psi irthur Eichholz
and Bill ohnstone Gamma Delta Ps1,James VN iddovx son ind Leonard Leone, and alpha Theta kappa
How ard 'Xlorris and Vlarti Hiher
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Concluding a successful and active year, the Alpha Chap-
ter of Beta Alpha Sigma Sorority marked its seventh year
of existence. The season opened with a formal initiation
dinner for incoming i'Beta Sigsf'
Besides contributing to the Community Chest, Red Cross
and other charitable organizations, the "Beta Sigsn do-
nated their out-grown clothes to Kentucky Relief. Profits
from a successful Bake Sale were contributed to the March
'AWhere there is work, there is play," was displayed by
the hay-rides, Christmas party, paiama party, cosmetic
party, and annual Mothers' Day Tea, "Ragtime Rhythm
Dance," an equally important event, was launched in Janu-
ary, This spring, the annual Alumnae Dinner and other
activities are being planned.
Miss Ruth Cliver, advisor, Lois Senglaup, president, and
Irene Elia, vice-president,.le the active and close co-
o eration of the memifggmfg strove to uphold the high
i eals of the sorority?
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Left to Rigbzffeatetfx L. Runions, l. Elia,
L. Senglaup. 5'raz1.lmg.- J. Kleinhans, Miss
Cliver, P, Alston.
Lots SENGLAUP . . President
IREAE ELIA Vice Pzefiderzt
LLUNA RUNIONS Treafurer
Miss RUTH CL1vhR Advzfor
IefzaR1gly1 1'-V0l1fR0ll L Bax P Holt B Hough WI Calderone B Sisnex Gaul fe:or1JKou C Texen Gaul L Baxter
B Cunningham C Ken C De-Bia e Kxsor Feldmexcr D DeR1n Vl Kelly Thzrlllau P Dxnoxan Rxmer L Stephen
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The 'Xlpha Lhaptcr of tha Theta Lambda Lhx Sororltx
xx as organlged rxxcntx one xcarb ago ,md has lxcn wunbtul
2LIlklLLl lwx thclr zulxlsor Ester Nl cnlxncr dl'dLL1lIX mumlur
at Cmslull unlor I-hgh Smhool
On 'Xloxcmbcr 26 .1 suucmful bport Llannc xx A5 lnld at
the Hotel Vmgara Wxt-h o.1n 'vloxiham .15 Lha1rm,1n Bcttx
Baltzlx was Lhalrman of .1 56.1111 formal dame: g1x an If Hotel
'Nllagara on 'xpfll 2
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of old Llothu xx lx Infuln TIM mnu ll 'Vlothgr mll ljlllllllfkl
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md bophonmoru Lnurr unul ilu SLIIIUIN
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THETA XI UPSILON
Alpha Chapter of Theta Xi Upsilon Sorority opened the
season with the annual rush tea at the home of Miss Molly
Silbergeld. In the middle of November a dinner was held
at the Whirlpool Club for the induction of new members.
A convention for all chapters of the sorority was held at
Hotel Leonard in St. Catharines. It consisted ofa banquet,
a formal dance, a business meeting and a tea.
Miss Jane Crabtree was hostess at a Christmas party and
a joint dance with Alpha Theta Kappa fraternity proved
to be an outstanding event with the high school group.
Miss Marjorie Duff was chairman of the affair which car-
ried out the leap year theme.
An enjoyable closed party, another special project of the
year, was held in Lewiston at the home of Pat McGrath.
Beverly Smith was chairman of the party.
A vocational guidance program was carried on during
the year. Miss Elizabeth Glynn spoke on psychology and
Miss Patricia Metschl, a passive member of the organiza-
tion, told of her experiences as an Air Line Hogregg,
On Mother's Day an impressive tea was
held The senior picnic in une closed the ac i
tivities for the year
The functions of the organization were
carried on under the leadership of an advisor,
Miss Catherine Morrissev and the president
Left ro Rigl1tf.Ytar1ifi11g.' Kelly, Novak,
M, Silbergeld, Sittiaig: M. Duff, R. Powell.
MARJORIE DUFF , Prefiderlt
ROSENIARY Pom ELL Vzce Prefzdent
EANNIE NOVAK Recording Secretary
oAN KELLY Carrerpazldzng .Siecretary
MOLLY SILBERGELD Tfmmrer
Miss CATHERINE MC3RRISShY
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NANCY W HITFORD P1 efzdenr
ANIICL CJLAYTOIN I fre Preudenf
'VIARBUD GM LN Rerordzng Secretary
MARY Loulsh EDXVARDS
EAN! X AN LILXN Treafurer
VIISS VIITCIILLL Adzzmz
lefrroR1gl1r eflffhlg N XX hntford N1 L
EJNAFJS Ni Gagen esfdlltlllllg Claxton
Durmg the p.15t 5choo1ye.1r the Leu S158 hue t.1rr1td
out the1r Lu5tomarv sotml progmm A perlod of pltdgmg
wa5 followed by .1 formal 1n1t1.1t1on and banquet Durmg
the Chmstmas hol1day5 the SOFOFIIW 5pon5ortd 1t5 annual
dance Toyland Wh1rl Some of the other event5 enloyed
bw the membc-r5 were a badmmton party .1 5paghc.tt1 d1n
ner a sle1gh r1de and the Mother5 Daw tea
Bes1des belng a 5oc1,1l group Zeta S1gm11 Ep51lon Lon
tr1butes nearly ro mam charltahle org,1n1zQ1t1on5 1ntlud1ng
the Red Cross the Commumts Chest and the Nflarth of
D1me5 At che c.lo5e of the l.15t 5thool war .1 5 cual fund
111 the Amount of hvt hundred doll,1r5 w.15 I'Jl5LL for Ttx.15
LIYV rel1ef ln a.dd1t1on for mam ye.1r5 If hflb hun 4 part ot
the 5oror1rx 5 program to tontr1hure towurd the m,11ntt
name of a 5pet1.1l room 1n the M mor1.1l Ho5p1t11l
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Left to Rigbl-Fifi! Row:
D. Dowe, M. F. Pokorney, B
M. Bayes, M. Eades, A. Rangatore, M. B. Coyle. .Yefond Roux' M. Bates, Crispell,
M. Archbold, V. Long. Third Roux' D. Orr, M. Orr, C. MacCor1nell, R. Bawen,
N. Snyder, Redmond, M. Wissler, S. Childs.
JOAN BOORE . . Prefident
JANET DOBBIE . Vice-Prerident
The Zeta Tau Iota Sorority has been a flourishing or-
ganization of Niagara Falls High School for twenty-five
years. This year, no less successful than those past, saw
Joan Boore, Janet Dobbie, and Sally Donnenwirth as presi-
dent, vice-president, and business manager, respectively.
September twenty-first the annual rush tea was held, after
which ten new members were admitted. After six weeks of
pledging, the new girls were formally inducted at a dinner
held at the Whirlpool.
On October 11, the sorority began its social activities by
giving a novel dance, "Sugar Bucs." December 29, another
equally successful formal-dance was held at Hotel Niagara.
Again in May, a festive spring dance was given.
During the winter, the girls made two colorful afghans
and filled many Red Cross Gift Boxes.
The year's activities culminated at a dinner given for the
senior members at Luigi's.
ZETA TAU ICTA
ANTOINETTE RANGATORE Trerzfurer
Miss APPLE . . Adviror
gl. Dobbie, Miss Apple, Boore.
Leff ra Right-.Yeamlx S. Rosenblurn, Mr.
DiChiara, E. Soluri, .Yeroml Roux' A. Fernan-
dez, R. Horst, Laliarber. Bark Rauf G.
RICHARD SOLURI . P1-eridenf
JERALD LABARBER Vice-President
Gust ROUSSI Recordzntg .Swtrzbe
Acre SNIYDHR Prefer!
AURELUIS FERNANDILZ Wardefz
MR ANTHONY DICHIARA Adwfor
The Alpha Chapter of Alpha Theta Kappa Fraternity
began its season by inducting eight new members at a
formal banquet on November 12. Following the induction
was a "Lil' Abner" dance at the Plantation, with music
by Al Nudo.
1948 began with election of othcers. Richard Soluri was
elected Master, Jerald LaBarber, junior Master, Aurelius
Fernandez, Warden, Gust Roussi, Scribe, Richard Horst,
Corresponding Scribe, and jack Snyder, Prefect.
The chapter held a joint dance with Theta Xi Upsilon
on January 31, at Hotel Niagara. In conjunction with leap
year, the dance was called "Lovers
Leap." jay Moran provided the music.
1 In the Spring came a Father and Son
Banquet. Following this was the pre-
sentation of the first annual Trophy to
the most outstanding athlete selected
by the student body
The climax of the school year was
the 13th Annual Kappa lxruise
six hour moonlight voyage on Lake
lejt to Kzfgbt Fr011tRou R Fernandez D Nlooradian F Farina F Kutner Hamam B Kurtzman Bark Rau H Norris M
Haber NI Vvil on M 'viexcrs H Cipperman H 'Norris
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Le ttoR1lglJt Fm! Rau Martln T Shav J Wlddovsson L Leonej Leaclford .Yccoml Rau B Banks H Holman J Lozlna
W Fermolle G Rox R Farugw. E Romnex
The Alpha Eta Chapter of Gamma Delta P51 has enjox ed
a xery successful school year
Under the superv1s1on of Mr ames Boardman fraternlty
adv1sor the abollshment of paddlxng was accompllshed A
rev1sed sy stem for pledgmg was adopted and the fratermty
IS encouragmg hrgh scholastlc achlevement
The soe1al HCIIVIIICS for the year began vuth a Fall Hay
Rlde for the prospectrve members A Harvest Moon Annual
Thanksgrvlng dance was held at the Hotel Nlagara and
one of the surprlses was the dancmg Contest 1n wh1ch the
Winner reee1ved a beaut1ful Spamel puppy
In wxnter a raflle was held to obtarn money to cover the
tost of sports equ1pment A portable radlo was glven to
The sprmg program was concluded wlth a banquet for
the graduatmg members
The Alpha Eta Chapter of Gamma Delta Psi mourns the
loss of Edward Blamer who dled after a long 1llness
GAMMA DELTA PSI
Ed xx ard Blamer
Left ta RiglJl-Seated: R. Shanlcland, E.
Eaton, B. Cherenzia, .fmmfingx R. Lumsden.
Mr. Skimin, R. Knight, L, Davis.
ROBERT SHANKLAND Prefiderzf
Louis DAVIS , Vice-Prendefzf
ROY LUMSDEIN Trmmrer
EMERSON EATON Martha!!
MR SKIMIN Advzfar
As one ofthe oldest chapters of a fraternity which, before
the war, boasted fifty-live chapters in the United States and
Canadag Rho has completed a year filled with service to
As has been the custom for several years, a Thanksgiving
basket was prepared and donated to an unfortunate family.
On Christmas day the children and invalids of St. Marys
Hospital were cheered by gifts presented by several other
One of the highlights of the social year was the annual
Father and Son Banquet, held in behalf of the new members
and their fathers.
An Apache dance, held at the Red Coach Inn, ended Rho
Chapters thirty-fifth year of existence in the Niagara Falls
c MG, ,Lguwlivr
Lena Rzgbr Front Rau. R Gillet F Forrester Blarnow H Bloomquist D Brierlx SemmlRou T Barr D King D Nlichol
R Kenefic Beanblossom Burroughs ohnson H Olander B Stack TbmlRou O Gillick Yiele W Darrall K Krueger
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Wzth the asslstance of 'Vir Niark K Bedford the Nu
Chapter of Srgma Ps1 Fratcrnrtx has had a very actlve and
The pledge pcrxod was started shortly after school opencd
and termxnated rn November at whrch trme the new mem
bers were formallv rnducted nn accordance vuth the Slgma
Ps1 rrtual Followmg the formal ceremonw a banquet was
grxcn honorlng the new members
The Annual Chrrstmas Formal at Hotel Nmgara was wcll
attended by hlgh school and college students and others rn
the CIIW and VILIHICY Among therr actnxtres the fraternrtx
members cnpoycd a Father and Son Banquet a toboggan
parts at Font Hlll Ontarlo a has rlde and a relatlvelw new
feature the Mother and Son Banquet
is a regular part of S1gma Psx s program contr1but1ons
were made to local and natlonal orgamzatlons rncluclxng
the Communrty Chest and Amerrcan Red Cross
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THOMAS LoWEs Vzce Prefzdem'
Amzs ELLIS Secretary
NILLVINJ SNELLINIC Trearurer
MR Bows: Adzfzfar
Havmg been orgamzed only two years ago the Gamma
Ph1 H1 Y has betome very ALIIVC ID school and X
IIVIIICS Under the leadersh1p of our adv1sor we have yomed
the ranks of the other H1 Y s 1n the H1 Y Counc1l of the
CIIX Vhth e1ghteen members all fully att1ve the club has
several that have been elected to pos1t1ons ID home rooms
wlth two headmg the Sophomore Class as pres1dtnt and
Act1v1t1es that we have part1c1pated 1n durmg the last
year 1nclude many such as the Saturday N1te Club H1 H
dances and H1 Y Councll meetmgs Last year Gamma Ph1
was outstandmg 1n the H1 Y sports league Members also
took part IU Y HFSICX and un1or X ars1ty sports at school
All of last year s members were leaders of the H M C A
Dax Camp A Corky lsellam sw1m show was held Wllh
protetds gomg towards the World Youth Restorauon
Charter members of the Gamma Ph1 are erry Holder
Mel Snellmg Bob Fultz Tom R1lko and Ray Burrw
Lftto Right Tllflflg Mr Bonn G Holder 4 G A M M A. P H I
.lmulnzg Ellis M Snelllng T Lowe
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The Niagara Falls High Schiial Forensic Society, an
organization which "fosters interest in public speaking,
stimulates group discussion, and promotes good fellow-
ship," will complete a highly successful year under the
advisorship of Mark R. Bedford. The organization meets
bi-weekly and holds interesting and valuable discussions
while also giving the members excellent practice in the
making of extemporaneous speeches.
The oliicers for the lirst term were as follows: Stanley R.
Golagka, president, George Crowe, vice-president, Ken-
neth Moore, secretary, Martin Gold, treasurer.
The main project of the first term was a radio program
sponsored by the Council of Mothers' Clubs. Some of the
Society's future programs include a speech by Mayor Lupton,
an annual basketball game and the grand finalefthe
Forensic Society picnic.
The members missing from the picture are Fred Forrester
and Bruce Andrews.
We believe, having completed this successful year, that
we have set a high standard of ideals which we hope future
members will preserve and perpetuate.
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Left fa RigfJtv.fitti11g.'lVl. Meyers, G. Crowe.
St,n1t1'n1gx S. Golanka, M. Gold, K. Moore.
STANLEY R. GOLANKA. Prefident
MARTIN GOLD , l'ire-Pruiderzr
FRED FORRESTER Secretam
MARSHALL MEYLRS .Siecretari
NIARL R BEDFORD Adzzfor
Iejftallziglr Sztfmg lx Laurence Burroughs R Xl eil Snzrzilzng R Lum den B Rurtzman R Roxner P Zatul ne T Budrim
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Th1s year saw the return of the Sclence Club to N1agara
Falls Hlgh School The club hurrledly elected 1ts oflicers
and adopted 1ts constltutlon The ofhcers elected were Edwm
Podsladlo pres1dent, Stanley Hrynvlak v1ce pres1dent,
and Allce Fulton, secretary treasurer
The group met every Frtday from 3 15 to 5 30 A bus1ness
meetlng was held at whlch time the varlous groups reported
on the progress of therr experlments
Several of the club s RCIIVIIICS were studylng the theory
of relat1v1ty, exper1ment1ng for a counteractant of hydrogen
peroxtde makmg neoprene rubber, producmg crystall1za
t1on, testmg coffee, generatlng gases, and the formulatmg
u71fh the opemng of the second semester, Paul Mott
Charles LeMasters, and Irls W1lcox were elected pres1dent
v1ce pres1dent, and secretary treasurer, respectwely The
club contlnued 1ts successful HCEIVIIICS throughout the re
mamder of the year, and enabled IIS members to make use
of the knowledge they had galned ln thelr h1gh school
LefrtaR1ght P Mott C LeMasters
PAUL MoTT Pre rzdent
CHARLES LEMASTERS Vzre Pref 'xgxqflfrf
IRIS W1Lcox Ser Treax TNF "' '
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D Ken, on R Bram F Koperskl D epson E Podsladlo B Kernm F Mlcale C Klabonde E Manker T Parrs In Front of
Tablcj Chrxsman O Achllll P Bozolan W Machaman Mr Benson P Lass M HOXCSPIBH
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NMGMA QMAGAHA N'AGAR'l NFGAHA FALLS A NFALLS
FALLS hug FALLS MLS
Leftt Right TpRowJ Nrele M Nowak R Young Webber A Mallnverm Coach Harold Crlpe Front Rowj Marshall
D Chepkausku F Maretta R Russel B Stack D johnson
At the end of the 1947 season the Red and Gray emerged wrth the line record of nme wms and
Kenmore was the most dangerous stumblmg block for our team for the beat us IWICC by 1dent1cal
scores 2 1 However Tonawanda fielded a nrne also to be reckoned wlth an ln one of the most excrtmg
games of the season Nragara eked out a 6 5 w1n over them the wmmng runs cormg 1n the nmth mmng
The combmatron of Chepkauskus and Marshall together procured pract1cally a thlrd of the 121
h1ts achreved durmg the season
Young who proved to be one of the outstand1ng pltchers rn the c1rcu1t rnamtamed a record of six
games won as compared to two defeats He also lead m str1ke outs w1th fifty Hve to h1s credrt
Webber another star hurler collected thlrty n1ne strxke outs durmg the season
The dangerous clutch hrttmg of Chepkauskus Marshall Webber and Mahnverm was also a
valuable asset to the Red and Grey who ended therr sea
son IH a three way t1e for thlrd place 'fa W
Nlagara Falls 6 Tonawanda
N1agara Falls 1 Kenmore
N1a ara Falls 15 LaSalle 8
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Niagara Falls 2 Lackawanna 1 f
Nlagara Falls S Lockport 2
Nlagara Falls 13 Trott 3
Nxagara Falls 1 Kenmore 2
Nragara Falls 9 N Tonawanda 2
Niagara Falls S LaSalle 1
Nlagara Falls 7 Lackawanna 3
Nlagara Falls 7 Lockport 10
Nxagara Falls O Tonawanda 1
Nlagara Falls 20 Trott 3
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Le ttoRzgl1r Bark Rau Coach Harold Crxpe W Martm S Tubmxs Nl Skelton W Fxscher I-l ohnson Asslstant Coach Russell
Housermann S:cou1Rou R Martlm M Albera R DnMeo F Maletra F Brusmo Fran! ManagerA Dalla Torre
Wlfh the return of eleven lettermen to the vars1ty ranks the Red and Grey captamed by Romeo
D1Meo and Francls Holohan began what promlsed to be an outstandmg season However luck was
not always on our s1de and the season ended w1th our team holdmg the record of three Wms and five
losses plus a t1e for fourth place IU the league
In the ftrst game of the season a powerful North Tona
Wanda squad taklng advantage of costly fumbles thor
oughly beat our under par eleven by a 19 O score
The followlng week our team seemed to find 1ts strength
wmnmg a close 14 12 vrctory from Lackawanna Tralhng
at half t1me 12 8 our mspxred team took to the held and
completely outplayed the v1s1tors An 1nd1v1dual standout
rn thls contest was Lawrence Beyer who plcked up a
blocked klck and ran to our first touchdown of the game and
the season In the th1rd quarter Albera sprmted 25 yards to
another T D The margln of vlctory was a safety at the end
of the first half
The next game played at Dunklrk was the scene of
another N1agara vxctory Th1s t1me the Red and Grey
trounced the Dunklrk club 30 7 D1Meo put us out nn front
early 1n the first quarter by means of an elghty yard run
back of an mtercepted pass D1Meo scored agaln later IH the
same quarter from the ten yard line Albera then went
elghteen yards for the th1rd T D Late 1n the th1rd quarter
Mat scored agaln to end an erghty five yard dr1ve Mlftlnl
bucked h1s way over for the fifth and final touchdown of
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The followlng week Tonawanda ended our wmnlng streak W1th a 13 O triumph at the1r home held
The mgury of Holohan and Marngho IU our game w1th Lockport seriously hlnderetl our chances
W1th Lockport leadlng 7 0 D1Meo tr1ed to pull the game out of the fxre bv scormg from the three
yard l1ne However our faxlure to convert the extra polnt was the margm of defeat
The next week our squad throttled thelr arch rrvals LaSalle 19 O Touchdowns were scored by
Albera 1n the HISII quarter Tub1n1s1n the second and DZICWICZ ln the fourth Thls was our last X 1ctory
of the season
The last two games of the season were very d1sappo1nt1ng
Hampered by multlple 1n1ur1es the Red and Grey lost both
to Trott and Kenmore The game w1th Kenmore prox ed to
be the worst defeat suffered the fmal score bemg 39 O
Trott the next week dealt our elex en a 27-O defeat thus
wmmng the crty champronshxp
Scores however can be very m1slead1ng Our boys played
good football much better than the record shows
1 947 SCHEDULE
Nlagara Falls N Tonawanda
Nlagara Falls Lackawanna
Nlagara Falls Dunk1rk
Nlagara Falls Tonawanda
Nlagara Falls LaSalle
Nlagara Falls Kenmore
Nlagara Falls Trott F JI 4 Jr II
L it Right TpR T Ca amento S 'Klduk R Bans K Krueger Yr le Nlarxgllx L Beyer Y Parrx Bottom Ro
H 'Xl an LaPo ra F H lmhan E Dzle xcz Gabriel Grana Feder pnel
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Second Row Mxller G Sm1th S Zuba Maletta F Lowandowskl F Lewandowskl A Vllas F DeFranco G Roussl
Thml Row Hyde J DeMarca R Nanula Leone D Nxchols Rushton D Smith W Hockadav R Rotella Fourth Rau
Zucco A Pellegrmo M Sxsney F Fasso T Roberts D Russel E Po1r1er W Laska j LaBrasseur Fzftb Rau Coach oe
J V FOOTBALL
The Red and Grew Jaw X ee eleven under the capable cl1rect1on of Coach joe Moran, went down to
defeat 1n three of thelr four contests Twlce durmg the season our squad saw vlctory fade mto defeat
m the last quarter
In the second game w1th LaSalle our team seemed des
tlned to wln by v1rtue of Frank Faso s and erry Rushton s
touchdowns However, LaSalles terrxlic passmg attack
accounted for three touchdowns and the marg1n of our
In the final game w1th Trott th1s 1nc1dent repeated
xtself I-hgh School led 60 untll the last few seconds of
play when a Trott pass was completed IH the end zone to
t1e the game
Although our team was w1thout a w1n th1s season, If IS
to be noted that the boys lmproved greatly 1n the second
round of play
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The N1agara Falls ay Y ees earned recogn1t1on aga1n th1s year by w1nn1ng thenr fourth consecutxve
league champ1onsh1p The Red and Grey lost only two games both of wh1ch were ln the fnrst round
of play These two defeats were at the hands of North Tonawanda and Trott both of whom were
beaten soundly on the second round
In the league playoffs held at Kenmore the Nlagara qulntet lost a closely contested battle agamst
Lackawanna A last perlod dr1ve to narrow the marg1n was unsuccessful for although our squad
p1cked u ten polnts the Steelers made ten rn return
Ind1v1 ual hlgh scorer of the season was Mel Snellmg wrth an average of eleven po1nts per game
Close behlnd h1m was Bob Dolan w1th 9 9 ponnts Also outstandmg 1n the unlor Varsrty ranks were
Teddy Wosnlak and Carl Costanzo
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xX71fl1 the return of only one of last xear s hrgh scorlng letter men Doc Parsons once more molded
a strong and hlghlx dangerous team Trott proved to be our nemesls though for we lost 1n out tw o
encounters wrth them 38 30 and 54 38
In the season opener the N1agara Falls nxe hand1ls beat a tomparauvelx weak North Tonavvanda
team 43 25 Hlgh storcr xx as Bennx S1tOll last xtar s star forw ard who netted 20 POIUIS Maklng
h1s debut 1n the Y arsrtv ranks was Drtk lxrauser a unlor who colletted n1ne pO1I'1IS The fOllOWlf1g
Four daxs later the Nragara hxe once again was v1ctor1
ous th1s tlmt agalnst Lackawanna 20 18 'Vlalmvtrm and
SlCOl1 then sparked the Red and Grey to an easy 41 25 Wm
over Lotkport The fOll0Wlf1g week our qulntet defeated the
Tonavvanda cagers 37 28 after tra1l1ng for three and a half
PCI'1OLlb of play Vx ebber and Tub1n1s starred as our team
took over hrst place 1n Frontrer League standmgs Nxagara
then subdued a game Renmore squad 27 26 The next game
was the hrst of the before mentroned upsets at the hands
S1COl1 and Tubrnrs led us to a DO 28 vrctorw over North
Tonavvanda the followlng week vvrth nfteen and twelve
pomts respecnvelx After tra1l1ng 14 11 1n the nrst perlod
our squad took the lead at half t1me and then romped
through the rema1nder of the game
The followrng Week the Red and Grew athreved a tom
paratrvely easy Wm over LaSalle by a score of 50 31 SlLOll
accounted for twenty one of our pomts A basket for Lacka
Wanna 1n the last three seconds of play gaxe the Steelers a
surprlse 38 26 v1ctorx over Nlagara and also gave Tona
alfa!! J'b00fl' Wanda sole POSSCSSIOH of flrst place 1n the Frontlet League
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paced by Srcoll who netted nlneteen po1nts Our team then defeated the league leadlng Tonawanda
club 46 28 Good showlngs were made bw Slcoll Tllb1I'11S Webber and Mal1nvern1 Then came a
crushlng 42 73 loss to fourth place lxenmore Although leadmg at half t1me the Nragara hve could
not hold under the powerful Kenmore th1rd perlod offenswe We then plaw ed Tort and lost 54 38
NFHS then entered the play offs to plas and to lose too a hlghlv respected Lackawanna qulntet
It IS w1th great prlde that we look back on a season whzch llved up to the lughest tradmons of
Frontler League competmon
1947 48 SCHEDULE
Nragara Falls N Tonawanda
Nlagara Falls LaSalle
Nlagara Falls Lackawanna
Nxagara Falls Tonawanda
N1agara Falls Kenmore
Nlagara Falls Trott
Nlagara Falls N Tonawanda
N1agara Falls LaSalle
Nlagara Falls Lackawanna
N1agara Falls Lockport
N1agara Falls Tonawanda
N1agara Falls Kenmore
N1agara Falls Trott
Nragara Falls Lackawanna
Left to Rxgbt D Sands, 'X Fr1ona,M Xlbera, N Skeltonhj Mele-,J B1arnou,Manage.r S Golanka, Coach Doc Parsons
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P Laliarber Graf A Ferguson Rlchmond Lefller A DallaTorre
Thls year the Nragara Falls Hlgh Sehool Swlmmmg Team under the d1rect1on of coach Daxld
Reeser and eo captams erry Rlchmond and Fred Auman hnxshed a successful season ln the Nmgara
Front1er Sw1mm1ng League Our flrst meet was with Amherst The Falls team trlurnphed ID a one
s1ded v1etory over the v1s1t1ng mermen Co Captam Auman began h1S record smashlng by vymnmg
the 100 yard breast stroke ID the brrlhant t1me of 1 10 5
In the next meet the team won over Lockport The Falls natators won everv event except the medley
We then dropped a elose dee1s1on to Kenmore Fxrst plaee honors went to Bogers Auman and the
medley relav team Auman s tlme was good enough for another reeord as he ehurned the vyaters ln
the sterllng tlme of 1 O9 2 The following week we sub
merged the Tonawanda syv1mmers by a score of 44 22
NX e then lost to North Tonawanda 35 31 Ferguson Au
man Bogers and the medley relay team of Graf Auman
and R1chmond won the1r respecuve events
The seeond round opened at Amherst where our mermen
took 51X of the e1ght events w1nnmg bv a 41 25 score
Xle played host to Lockport the followlng week and
beat the L1ons by .1 42 24 score The medley relay team of
Bogers Auman and Roberts established a new league
reeord IU that event swlmmmg the drstance ln 1 48 7 Falls
I-hgh edged out lxenmore 1n a close contest by two pomts
...a,, Fred Auman agam won the 1OO yard breast stroke as he
-"""""' I swam the drstance ln the record tlme of 1 O9 7
The followln week our mermen were vretorxous oyer
'gi I 3' Tonawanda Bofgers Auman and Roberts set a new league
record ln the 150 yard medlev relay wxth a br1ll1ant 1 29 1
performance Nnagara closed 1ts season bowmg to a superlor
ea Capram A1011 771 North Tonawanda team by a score of 47 19
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Niagara went into the finals with but three outstanding prospects. Auman took first place in the
100-yard breast stroke while Nelson Bogers took second place in the 100-yard back stroke, and Dick
Roberts tied for third in the 100-yard free style. Auman, Bogers and Roberts then teamed up to win
the medley relay.
The junior varsity started out their season with two victories, wining over Amherst and Lockport.
Then followed three defeats at the hands of Kenmore, Tonawanda and North Tonawanda. The junior
varsity proved consistent in the second round, as they beat Amherst and Lockport a second time, and
lost to Kenmore, Tonawanda and North Tonawanda in
the following meets. Bill McNally, Jim McCracken, Bill
Lefiler and Tom Ellis were outstanding for the junior
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Niagara Falls Varrizjf
Lctza Rzgbt Baclzli Coach Daud Reeser X Ellis B McCracken W Majewski R Nichol T Lowe C LeMasters W
McNally ManagerW Johnstone Szttmg R Ripson Dax B Tipton E Nehmer Fr t G Mo esian
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lf g1rls part1e1pate IU sports lI'l the future as thex are dolng todax there wlll he a slaeahle group of
female Dav1ses and Blanehards ln the xears to Come
inx one haxlng had the opportunltx to xvltness a xollex hall game plax ed hx some of the Nllagara
Hugh wealeer sew xx1ll lenoxx xxh lf the ahoxe means Eaeh of the teams that plaxed xxas out for
onlx one thxng to xxrn
Thls xear as rn all xears xollexhall xxas plaxed round
rohm tournament Thls means that the xxlnners of eaeh
grade played eaeh other to determlne the holders of the
ln the Sophomore Class wlnnxng honors xxent to the
llashes eaptalned hx Amanda brandxn xxho defeated
Theresa Ross team The Flashes lost thelrxxlnnxng streak
IU eompetmg for the sehool ehamp1onsh1p
At thrs pomt fate stepped 1n to allovx Vlargaret Raeea s
Mom Bomhers to take the game The Atoms tr1
umphed oxer the Dodgers to xvln the elexenth grade
eh llllplllliblllp txtle The game was xx on hx a seore of 21 13
The twelfth grade ehamps known as the Flxrts were
eaptalned hx Sh1rlex Burford Luele deserted the Fllrts
howexer when thex plaxed the 1un1or povxerhouse team
for the sehool thamp1onsh1p
The Fhrts and the Atom Bomhers hattled for the
ehamp1onsh1p The Atoms won vvxth a seore of 23 to the
Spit! If Fhrts 17 thus beeommg the Sehool Champs
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The tenn1s tournaments were not Completed thls year untll Sprlng The wmners could not be
determlned however due to lack of t1me and bad weather tond1t1ons
In the eleventh grade smgles tournament Mary Swndergal defeated Angela Cutta1a by a store of
SIX to nothxng In a closely played match GIOYIH Brandon defeated Rose G1an1nn1 elght to s1X In
w1n the champ1onsh1p
In the eleventh grade doubles eanette and une ulxan
defeated Margaret Fleldrng and Jamce Clay ton e1ght to s1x
Irene Eha and Elxzabeth Pasquale trxumphed over Rosemary
D Amleo and Lue1lle Cassano srx to nothlng The hnal
game matches Jeanette and ean ullan agaxnst Irene Ella
and Ehzabeth Pasquale for the class champomshlp
In the twelfth grade slngles ean Novak defeated Geral
drne Brusmo by a score of SIX to four Y rrglnra Zukowskl
outplay ed Maxrne R1tCh1e to w1n by a score of SIX to four
There were no games plaved 1n the sophomore class There
were many reasons for th1s The glrls had to be glVCU many
tests the weather d1dn t permlt playmg and the glrls had
to brush up on the1r plaung teehnrque
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This fall 102 girls volunteered to assist Miss Mary MacDougall, girls' swimming instructor in teach-
ing various phases of this popular aqua s ort. The classes are divided into sections depending on the
swimmer's ability and the number of Re Cross tests she has passed. Leaders are assigned as groups
Teaching from the side of the pool the leader demonstrates, corrects, and encourages the pupil under
the constant supervision of the instructor.
When the student passes all the tests for her group, she is
promoted to the next higher group. This system makes it
possible for girls of varying ability to be working at the
Another group headed by Miss MacDougall is the Life
Savin and water safety class. Some of the girls having
passe junior life saving tests. Personal safety in and on
the water and the ability to assist or rescue a person in
danger of drowning are the objectives of the course. These
abilities are based upon knowledge and skill.
Our praises go to these girls who have aided in making
the youth of today ready for the tasks that face us as the
young men and women of tomorrow
L1 e .rating Squat!
Tenth Grad: M Alberts M Buehl M Garscadden M Mehick B Oliver Price M Nasson M Plunkett M Weeks N
Weeks N Wells Elezmtb Grade O Achxlle F Alirro A Baio G Brandon E Chichester A Crlpe J Grouck A Cuttaia
R Castiglione M Cooper Chrisman R D1Pasquale A DxG1os1ne P Diomoguardi B Dod e C Dalton M Dalgleish
A Essenvsein D Exans D Edwards K Graxes P Pailev N Hoffman ulian ulian J otdan M Jackson A Kadi
Kleinkaus N Lass D Latko S Tutey M Markuson V Maniago I Miller M Neulle M Nasca A Orsl F Paolon
P Pitts P Poupart Perdue M Pitari M Pokornev F Rymer S Robillard A SatkessJ Sidenberg Swidergal J Skoff
G Smith D Taxano H Thompson P Thompson M Vanni M Noutour M Van Loan Wisbaum R Yorio I ielinski
Tue! th Grade P Alston R Brundage B Carnex E Chlebowskx L Colucci B Creekmore J Crsuch B Cottle J Eddy
L Fox A Fulton A Gras M Gumta L ltzkoxutz G ackson N Kushner E Losch M Lynn M McNamara J Morgan
J Moxham Noxak G Pmkham J Redmond J Smith L Sobiegras P Swift S Suxta S Tarapczvnskl J Wells F Whlttles
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M Plfafl M Yanni L Fernandez Y Zukoyyskx G DeB1ase Tbzrd Rau Purdue Stulac A DlGONlHHl M Naccaj Stuyac
R D1Pasquale M Dalgle1sh A Fulton l Wilcox
G1rls as well as boys have become acqualnted w1th the
sport of basketball It 1S somewhat drferent from that
wh1ch the boys play SIX forwards and srx guards make up
a team As they do not have un1forms If IS necessary for
the g1rls on one team to wear orange bands to drstrngursh
between the two teams
Th1s year many teams have been scheduled to play after
school On the eleventh and twelfth grade teams g1rls can
be found who parnerpated rn contests last year and the
The twelfth grade teams are captalned by Shlrley Bur
ford and Evelyn D Aur1z1o
Pasquale Mary X ann1 Margaret Nacca and Y 1v1an
The tenth grade teams are capta1ned by Theresa Ross
'Vlargaret Garscrdden Ruth Zygand Florence Klettke
VVIHTIOFIC Smlth oy ce Wachob
The Tenth grade basketball games started on Frrday
Aprll nrnth The sophomores had a good 1dea of the game
and started off rn surprxsmg fash1on
The games could not be played earl1er because of lack of t1me to prepare for the contests The boys
took over both gy ms for playrng homeroom basketball tournaments
Vy rrtten tests on basketball the method of playmg If scorlng fouls and v1olat1ons were g1yen to
the sen1or g1rls
The method for determ1n1ng the wlnners IS not a hard one to folloyy The teams are lrsted and the
nrst team plays the second the thlrd plays the fourth
Thls method of ellmmatlon contmues only untll two teams remaln The game between these tyyo
teams dee1des the class ehampronshxp
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A sport whxeh IS malclng I'3.PlLl strldes toward natlonal
and mtcrnatlonal fame lb tahle tcnnls lt lb played m pro
fessronal tournaments, 1n eollcge eontcsts and ln our own
h1gh sehool lt is a game requxrmg mueh sklll and alertness
Tahlc: tcnnxs was played thls year 1n the glrls gym for
the nrst tlmc
Eaeh gym elass had a douhlcs and smgles ellmmatlon
type of tournament, wlth elass wlnners playnng agamst
and furlous games Good eoneentratlon was dxsplayed III
the dlflerent glmes played Sometimes the gomg was rough
DMM! MIM? hut the glrls who really wanted to take the tltles over
looked all ohstaeles and eame through vxetorlously
douhles the tournament was won hy Dorothy liulaelc and Lols Broolcms, who defeated Ida
Qframerl and Anne Moore These four g1rls are memhers ofthe elass of 48
In the slngles tournament Rose Brown a sophomore, trlumphcd over L memher of the ILIIIIOI'
elass Irene Ella, 1n a very elosely eontested game The hnal seorcs of hoth eontests were 21 19
LeffraR1g!7r Xmjzzzfzg l Gramerl, 'Xnn Moore, L Broolcms, D Bulaele Kneefzrztg R Broun,l Ella
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The girls who participated in thcsc contests played fast
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tltement agam thls year
In the sophomore tlass the hnals were won bv Barbara
Sheldon and Marlorle Smlth They defeated Mlldred Plun
kett and 'Vlarua Weeks by stores of 15 5 and 15 12
The punlor class laurels went to Anne Matk and oan
Goodwm who matthed the1r ab1l1t1es wlth those of Mar
eme Dalgle1sh and Rose D1Pasquale The wlnners won by
stores of 15 2 and 15 10
The sen1or Champlonshlp was won by Sh1rleV Burford
and Sally Donnenwlrth The vanqu1shed Rennee Rs an and
LOIS Senglaup made a good showmg The1r determmatlon
was shown 1n the scores 15 6 and 15 12
XVher1 these battles of the b1rd were won there Came
the chance of w1nn1ng the school champ1onsh1p Sklll and Ifmmpm
good sportsmanshnp were d1splay ed all around
The flrst game was played between the tenth and twelfth grade Champs As a result of this Contest
another feather was put IH the Burford DOHHCHW1ffh Cap The scores were 15 9 and 15 7
The best flght of all was put up by the next contestants Anne Mack and oan Goodwln W hen the
scores reached 13 13 ln both games they had to be set to determlne the thamp1onsh1p Burford and
they pulled through with stores of 18 13 and 18 17
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Rau M Nowak T Tedesco P LaBarber J Janxk A DallaTorre R Kmght L Davls E Eaton Tbml Rau L Paonessa
Marshall M Sabm R Prxce C Curvto L MarcantomoJ Luchesse B Tlpton H Martms
The Nxagara Falls Hlgh School Boys Bowlmg League
recexved sanctlon th1s year for the first trme by the Amerr
can Jun1or Bowlmg Congress E1ght teams each comprlsed
of Hve students of N F H S played a regulat1on 42 game
season to determme who would gam control of the coveted
bowlmg trophy The Hnal standmgs showed that both the
Perr1es and the Pmboy Spec1al lives were t1ed for HFSC place
each hav1ng the fine record of 35 w1ns and seven losses
Bob Txpton recelved most of the hlgh game honors, achlev
1ng the hlgh three game score of 644 and the best smgle
game 236 Kalfasz mamtamed the best seasonal average
174 I-hgh averages were also recorded for Henry Mart1ns
168 N1ck Perr1 165 R1chardCuryto 159 and Ralph Pr1ce,
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The girls bowlmg league for Nlagara Falls Hxgh School began the year wlth success Teams were
orgamzed by gnrls who have a knowledge of strlkes spares and all that goes wlth bowlmg
A few of the gnrls takmg part m the bowlmg league were Ann Orsl Mary Y anm une ulran
Dolores Mllazzo and Margaret Markuson
The games were played eath Thursday mght at the
Central Bowl1ng Alleys
The ten teams partlclpatmg 1n the hlgh sehool league
were topped by the Alleyeats who won ten games and
lost two Txed w1th th1s team were the BOOg1C Bowlers
Wlfh w1ns numberlng the same as the Alleycats ln
Smashers ended up wlth a total of nlne w1ns and three
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H1gh s1ngles for the week of February 5 were scored by
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