Northeast High School - Record Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)

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I ff ,ef-f Q' kg if ffm p ll ELA 5 . la Q ' Q Xl ll ll - lj J I sl' IL Q fi by-, l l 5 ' ll ' E l iRkAQlX.T.I.1: a X :J ll s W al, Q li-fl A N he: y ll ' lx , gf iff' , fax yy' wi y ,J ig Q W E51 l .. .a ' 5 'I-'wr 'I V 'il 3 3931 N Bon Voyage 2,5 ul' ' X:'fl:Xx,,5 , S C. 2 "We Archives" is launched upon QM? ifs journey: wi+h ii' goes fhe fond and ,155 happy recolleciions of our four even+- 113, X 1 fun 555' - 3 . . . i0Jf'll'lQ'j5' if ful hugh school years. H's des'l'ma'l'lon we do nor know. We only hope fha? V, ' ifs course will o'H be guided across ihe a+h of each individual o'F1'he Class of if-lo P ,i f, x ff ' .. January, I930, and supply him wifh a momenfary fhrill of happiness, fhe one quesf of life. x. i sin. e is - e - ,f fowewwu Malia SveQeaooH,,eeaPaf1QiL5ummsiu,Qe , Page Three Pagr Four of january, 1930 Class H11 GONTIENTS Qi 7:15 1 N U .- ,JU N INSERTS FRONTISPIECE ... FACULTY ...... HISTORY .... OUR INDEX .. ATHI.Ii'l'ICS . . . CLUBS ...... TITLE PAGE ......,. PHOTO OF SCHOOL... BON VOYAGE ,........ . ,. THE CLASS ................. CLASS DAY PROGRAM .......,. MEMORIES OF CLASS DAY ...,. COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM .,... MEMORIES OF COMMENCEMENT. . , THE RECORD STAFF ......,...... MR. STEVENSON ............... THE FACULTY ........ DEPARTMENT HEADS .. CLASS HISTORY .... SALUTATORY PROPHECY ,... HONOR MEN . CLASS POEM .. VALEDICTORY ........ INDEX ................, FOOTBALL .............. . WRIiS'1'I.ING Sc BOXING ..... WEARERS OF THE NE I-H , . .. BASKETBALL .............. BASEBALL ......... . CROSS COUNTRY . . . SWIMMING ...... TRACK .......... GYM ...,...... TENNIS ......... SOCCER .......... NUMERAL MEN ....... CLUBS ....,............ "B" CLASS MOONLIGHT .. SENIOR PROM ......,,.. WASHINGTON TRIP . . . "C" CLASS BANQUET .. DRAMA .......,.,..... THE MEGAPHONE ......,... 'rung ARCHIVE ..........,,... ARCHIVE STAFF .............. ARCHIVE STAFF SIGNATURES .. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ..... "WE ARCHIVES" ........... RECORD BOOK STAFF SENATE AWARDS ..... WHO'S WHO ...,....,. RECORD OFFICIALS .. . HOROSCOPE .....,.. SIGNATURES ....... lxllfll' Ifiqv' following png? 1. 1. I1 .1 2 10 18 42 68 90 Page 1 2 3 4 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 16 19 21 23 27 28 50 35 69 71 72 73 75 77 70 81 82 85 87 00 01 06 07 '98 100 101 104 105 108 110 111 112 113 114 115 118 119 125 155 2552.33 sivrfzvii P T'-ff . Q L. 53 ?-'E ' wil In L - 7.- rims n . -1 Pl -- Y gat 4 J. ij-rijlgxf-1" Y . . 1 1 ii fi., .T N. mil L Ei' A lf' K, S5 QQ: L' 1 Ixllk f? ,gf an F' T 3 g MII TN Q . Vsigmmmivg 7 ' A " Y yzmqi .vii -T l ui- 'I 1 4 1 X .4 , .' 1 'I 4' '11, 2- 0 , , 5 bf . D Sf: 2 - .- + :'. :E--ff' ' -5 L - -- S- 5 ', , 'F 2 2 ff ' ai- U' ,A ' V CLASS DAY EXERCISES OF THE JANUARY CLASS OF I930 Program OVERTURE-"Triumphal March" from "Sigurd JorsoIfar". . ..... Grieg MARCH-"The Thu+nderer" ................... .......... S ousa PRESIDENT'S ADDRESS .... ....... J oseph C. Lucke CLASS HISTORY .... CLASS POEM ..... . . . .Thomas Ascough Harvey . . . . . . . .Harry J. Lance CLASS PROPHECY .... ......... ..... W i Iliam C. Frank SELECTION-"ln a Persian Marlxei Place" ........................... Keielby PRESENTATIONS ..... CENSOR'S REMARKS .... TRANSFER OF GOWN ANDREW BATEJAN, Academic JOSEPH MANUEL LEVIN, Academic HARRY RENWICK FLYNN, Mechanic Aris JERRY KEAN, Mechanic Aris RAY LYNN, Commercial JOHN L. HARTRANFT, Commercial WILLIAM H. IMHOFF, Indusirial HERBERT K. SMITH, lndusfrial . . . . . Nicholas J. Cosfanzo Joseph C. Luche January, '30 I . I . Gerald Mandell June, '30 MARCH-"The Iron Division" ..................................... Kiefer The Nor'I'heasI' High School Orchesfra Under Ihe Direciion of Mr. Paul E. Duffield !'ff"'f.!E!lf3 P , . 553 - .J A . 65 15 L I 1, 5 ,gf . J P17 f"f, Q I- r' 'L if it 1 I. ' f . , 2 xi lf' .. Q. . I' . 'S -.J ag. 2 5' 5 Q M01 f ' mlxkxj :..4f'Hr-J' , I , . I 'ff U". 'Ti ,-:qu W fl .r My xg'-if ff- P- -J U :fi i'f'fT.?'? ff ff , L ' Illlll V Q! LY V, E 9, . J A ,'u , iwnarmmss mimi swoon, wawaaf-awww Page Six I , EAXSO ' . 1 if -w7:g'- . 2 ll if ill a s s ag ll 1 it a i if -rw w 1 Q Q p. ,'g!,, 5 1 S 1. 9 is N if' i '1 G7 Q ' .s Q 1 'N 2-7' Q it Q Mamma . ' 2 E N ' A 5'-' S ,' ifwfnffilli Q if 2 .evf vg B' if h'lfJ'IS3 r"'f-wifi emnrnes uf ass ap fs 55 'L WITH the playing of the Sousa march, "The Thundererf' a very appropriate j number, our class thundered into Morrison Hall and then the fun began. The show Q Y 5. was opened by our president, Joseph Clements Lucke, who, with his cordial welcoming f - address, made every one feel more at home. In fact, John Hartranft even felt like ligifj-'i taking off his shoes to relieve his pet corn, but circumstances would hardly permit f-- 4 such comfort. After the audience had finished discussing J. Clements' "idiosyncrasies," f QF, . an admirable class- history was recited by the big butter and egg man of our class, Thomas "Asco" H.arvey. Between Harvey's "as it were's," the audience thoroughly enjoyed Mr. Zeigler's little rascals and Mr. Beidler's own "Outline of History." Next on the program was the class poem by Harry "Stringbean" Lance, in which our four or more years at Northeast were well summed up in a very enter' taining manner. Following Harry to the spotlight, our class prophet, "Bill" Frank, told each one of us what we could expect from the future, even prophecying that one of our number was destined to lead a dog's life, as it were. Then came the big thrill of the evening with the presentation of knockers and, leading the way, were those two famous exponents of the histrionic art, Joseph "Dan" Levin and Andrew "Collie" Batejan, who presented the Academic knockers between acts of that marvelous Alaskan melodrama, "The Shooting of Dan McGrew," starring "Joe" Levin, as "Dan" himself, and "Andy" Batejan, as none other than the "Ladyf that-isfknown-asfLou." With the departure of these two Irishmen, Harry "Bridget" Flynn and Jeremiah Henry Brode Hazel Eleanor Kean presented the Mechanic Arts dirt, while "Bouncing" Ray Lynn and Johnny "Corus" Hartranft gave the Commerf cials their beating, especially Joseph C. Lucke. Bringing up the rear, "Bill" Imhof and Herb "Xylophone" Smith gave away all the Industrial boys' secrets, especially those of a certain young man who received a Camden token. Hardly had those comedians 'finished their act, than the audience had the pleasure of hearing Rube Goldberg's only rival in the person of our class censor, Nicholas J. Costanzo, who presented our honor men with loving cups and honors that they had never dreamed of before and, in his own inimitable manner, wished each one the best of luck in his future "endeavorments." After bringing down the house with v-53 rf , lx. f ri , 75 X il iii? by U6 I X -V ,P :gifts 1 ',-MQJ i"- J iQE'fk,'lll ig .lfiwja ur, sr. i ,A sa V it ri Gail . "1,ilf,ll.5X 7 this remark, "Nick" gave the presentors a dose of their own medicine in presenting ffrfgijl them with knockers. , The grand finale of the evening was the transfer of the gown by Joseph C. Lucke, 3 president of the January Class of 1930, to Gerald Mandell, president of the Class . J ' F5 of June, 1930, 'midst voluminous cheers from representatives of both classes. i 'X -,ix S ., To the tune of the "Iron Division March," the class then filed out and another l pa l Class Night at Northeast High School had become history. . ' i 1 ' J ' e -' if 1 ' , Proms mst asses scrtsoggoyti, sa-luiamtarmaa ol , Page Seven .Qt 'Tyge- if' I ,uh X Nyf l A 11.7 J UU .A-af mc, 9115-1 F4255 X F3 'S-ii A 2 2-J., fl 55 Mr 9 'ravi mst --3-.4 iff E '35 -t-35 1:-J ara-355 'K ,-22 ,Si S2 Ut? ' EE: A" N9 k-. aww fqgllkllilll 119123 M if I tovfq -if Glnmmmrrment nf the Zlliftg fifth Gllana QA W PROGRAM 5 OVERTURE Orpheus Offcnbach b Vzolm solo by MAURICE RICHTER of the Graduatlng Class Y MARCH Semper Fldells Sousa INVOCATION lg' UO REV FRANK V C CLOAK DD Class of 1893 WA SALUTATORY Commencement Past and Present Representing the Class of 1896 guests of the Northeast Hlgh School SONG- Hall Northeast 'T e Class PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS HAROLD LANDOW E L STAUFFER OLIVER ESQ Lb 13.5 I -SEIY afki DR GEORGE F STRADLING Prmczpal P- 7? ACCEPTANCE OF DIPLOMAS AWARDS e Alumm Gold Medal JOSEPH C LUCKE Class Pveszdenr if ig a p ini e Allrance Frangarse Medal e Slmon Gratz Enghsh Prrze e Harvey Gottshall Enghsh Prxzes e W1ll1am F B Koelle Awards e Phr Beta Kappa ASSOCIBCIOH Award T e Optxmxst Club Award e Stanley Mastbaum Award estabhshed by Mr J Solxs Cohen Class of 1908 15' If 527995 5 MR WILLIAM B CRAIG Class of 1895 Presulent Alumnl Assoclatron VALEDICTORY The Romance of Archeology J' RECITATION LEnvo1 Rudyard Kzplmg SCHOOL SONG MARCH Sp1rIt of Independence . . . . . . . . . . . Holzmarm The Northeast Hlgh School Orchestra, under the dlrectlon of Mr Paul E Dufhelcl 3- Riff- TI-IOMAS ASCOUGH HARVEY The Class 0 'fp aiu E255 S' -4 Class and Audrence 'LI-'l":,'j. R1 ' . OREIAEASEA S-Eos swoon, EPQlElHf42IE3YEE.?Yl-151550, . .Q D. x Q fn.. 'N I , f f - -K :' ,-. 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"wa 'G Remember how we marched 1n, all in ste , much to the sur rise of our coaches Messrs. ' 1 Eggs: p p 9 A 14 f Stevenson and Wildemere, to the strains of the school orchestra. Then there was the 5,1 6 - , ?T' ' 3 I Q A - invocation, offered by the Rev. Dr. Frank V. Cloak, of the Class of '93. Harold iii: ff? Landow, in his salutator , reviewed the histo of commencement and made the oilicial 'I' EC W ' welcome, not only to the parents and friends, but to a large representation from the . :X 55.224 Class of '96, The address, a review of the history of Northeast, was made b L. Stauffer A - Q 5 if! y 0 Q 5 Gliver of the Class of '96 Then we sang the school song and the big moment had Y f 1149?-fig a ' s . gm at last arrived. The diploma, the symbol of our graduation, was passed from Dr. Stradling to Lucke, passed among the class, and back to take its position on the platform. 5 2? 5 -3 . Wa" E . . . . . 'L X11 9' 6 The awards were made by William B. Craig, managing editor of the Bulletin, and f Q the Senate Awards were presented by Dr. Stradlin . Then we san the school son , T it and settled back for the valedictory address, "The Romance of Archeology," by Thomas Hwy. Mu as l lf? We rose and recited Kipling's beautiful "L'Envoi," and then, to a march by the A P :Ll orchestra, we marched out. n ' H X f", lil' 25-we .g a f .- L- , 5: , , roars salsa sash sceaoots QB latafnittatusa w s Page Nine , , g gi .1" ' ff". X fe Q f zff'.fi , .f .J 4'0- . Ni g: ' 'Q i 55 I fi 'L-.ik J 55" 2 ag.: 0. 3' ul ""' V ' v P , sa l S ,- , K 9 'lg Q1 ig f N as lm-w il 1 ,Q .1 .ir i 1 ' , X - f I-HJ ' WE AR HIVES 5 If Q5 : Q .. . A 5 N 9 ,. ' '4 2 4 The Refurb nf the Elanuarp Qlilass nf 1930 S . iv ' A . -1. '- X 3 4. I 15 , . CHE STAFF Q .11 169514 I Q Qrflffw' 4,53 4 X Aff L 5 JACK E. NARDINI S W? 5 I Qlssnriate f!Ehiturs Q QQ I C. ROBERT TITTLE THOMAS A. HARVEY S ' fibief Qrtist Bistrihutiun Manager Q -wk , 551.51 5 JOSEPH C. IANELUNAS HARRY L. 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'N .yjzr - ' V' 3 ' LQ- - 1- .- 4-..- 4 . - ,- 'J21!'.' ti. 5,134 2 'V QQ ' M X J, 'dglf ef" -'1-V',45-nf- i- !-, -ZW Y fi Qi .- s1Y3 'l'- V' ' C- , - u f .452 V '. ' ' ' , ' I 5 .L -'F' 3 , A , - ,H , N A -' V5 . V ft' N ' -vi!" 'Y' if .. 5, ,. ' - ,mv I n . .- 1' -Ii Q ,- ' " PS-. 'E' .'f Y " 7 . lf:'I.5!Q' -'Qr ,Sy ' V 75 , ' -4 1 N-'34'.l.: '. 5, A Y, -ff-,, -N 'Jw " af". 1 My Q Q M, A. . A.,-y. -, , .,. ,A , - . -2' -'a:' " 'M 3 ' A '-I . V-1 , 4 I . J -5 5, V. -, 'A .4 ng - 3 11. 1- ' zz' - ,X -H ',-'- 'H '. J- 5:1 V 31.9 ' 1 5. .' , ,- fs, 11' ' K1 - 'xl ., - A 1' - if 2 'E 4 WPT R ' H s s ,yn-V Sq' 1 .Jr - x 5-f 1- fi, V '- .. K.- sf V- m 1 .' 5 L x 13. x 11 H -' : 1 OUR CLASS ADVISER l a A Word of Parting Real ioy in life is noi' aH'ained by 'I'he search for gold bu'r rafher +he sympalhelic parl' we play as confribulors fo fhe happiness and welfare of olhers. Too of+en many people live for fhemselves and never really become a parl' of +he world's greaf sfage. Play 1'he game of life in earnes'r and unselfishly. Do nof falfer. Adversilies may come and you may be down, buf remember +he danger is noi' in The fall bu'r in 'Failing 'ro gel up. Lei' 'rhe life of each of you shine in The reflecfion of honorable achievemen+s and of lasling, wor+hy deeds. W. WESLEY STEVENSON. Page Elffufn Pagr T-u'1'I-UL' aculty F he T .Qi ' E19 f'mTrX l W' V", 4 ,L " Q fl ..' . ,ll . - T I Y if 6o f D ES , l 2 I X: 'Q -1 :. - . f ei - ' m og mm? i' 'ig I, y , v . fx F A .Q ACULTT lg ri- NAME DEGREES TAUGHT ' 1 'SQ English , f-' W Q- ' ' - v :"Vincent B. Brecht, Dep't Head ..... B.S ............ English "A" E E... 9 f' '3 Roland D. Cain ......... - ......... ............... E nglish "H" . N Walter F. Coles ............. . . . A.B., M.A. ..... English "B" S iii' ' 'fi ,, Joseph W. Fitzgerald .... ...A.B., MA ..... English 'Ti lf 2 M Martin E. Glynn ....... . . . A.B. .......... English and "G" 'Q if L, , f YV, George F. Jacobs. . .. . . . . . A.B., M.A. ..... English "F gig 4413: l 4 -., f George L. Jackson ...... .................. E nglish "F" F 1fi.,..-3555 if "'William F. Kershaw ..... . . . B.S., M.A. ..... English "B" and "C" A 559 Nelson A. McGowan .... B.S ............ English "H" and "G" il' A in 'Edward Ciqrarker ...... . . . A.B., Ph.D. English "A" and "B" .Vg T. ' o omon ompson . .. . . . B.S ............ Engl'sh "G" and "E" -0 A 'Q William E. Weills .... . B.S ............ English "D" 'f 'Q filywixk Charles A. Yahn ..... . . . M.A., Ph.D. .... En lish "E" and "D" i -Q 923 g Sl , Language Wax. e -I . , -A3 Q 2 Ellis A. Schnabel, Dep't Head ..... M.A., Ph.D. .... Latin and Greek Q. William R. Anson ................ A.B., M.A.. German ' L E Nathaniel Baron ................. B.S ............ German ijt . l lg . . , 6'N ,lfffffpx ,. X Clarence Benjamin .... ........... L atm J fa, L Herman Cohen ....... ..... G erman fwjffll gig Roland Doane ....... . . . B.S .... Spanish il?" 54'-.kj Charles F. Gardner. . . . M.A. .... French FFGMQ, i S 'ii Elmer S. Gerhard ..... .. . M.A. ......... Latin QTY , - Howard R. Henzel .......... . ............... German , F, ' f 5, Asa M. Hughes .................. A.B., M.A. ..... Latin SVA? L Reinhold Reimer ................. A.B. .......... Spanish l g ' joseph T. Stevenson fDec'dj ...... L.L.B., A.B. Latin and Greek Click V25 4 Fredrick Wetter ................. M.A., A.B. ..... French and Spanish tial GV , 5 ' Charles Zimmerman ......... . . . B.S., A.M. ..... French i ' i I. Kauffeld ........... . . . B.S ............ German W: a ...-..-i - ' , I l f."'5?4i Mathematics 3 . . 1 Qi 53. WW. Wesley Stevenson, Dep't Head. . M.A. .......... Algebra 'Q Lawrence H. Babcock ............................ Geometry ' ' -1:3 A' uw? ' Elmer H. Carl ................... A.B., M.A. ..... Geometry fl '5 -,gy r John G. Cunningham .... .... B .S. .......... Algebra 2 f f M' Tobias Hahn ......... .... B .S ............ Trigonometry 'H , Q 'FWinEeld R. Hartzell ..... .... B .s., MA ..... Algebra . -- . Samuel Katz .......... ............... G eometry ' L ' 'Henry S. Moore ...... .... A .B., B.S. ...... Geometry Lee Pennepacker ...... .... M .A. .......... Algebra w ifi? 5 Abraham P. Piwosky .... .... A .B. .......... Geometry Harry M. Shoemaker .... .... M .A., Ph.D. .... Geometry Elmer B. Ziegler ...... .... A .B., M.A. ..... Trigonometry and Algebra ,, ,4 , c. J1- . 5 A L G . f- , - ' P .JI 19335 tl. - S A M ff I 7 -.L A9 EY N H pi i'x3 0 , Page Thirteen Tl 'f'i 2 --92-9s lpwrggg ?'T7"' ,N 6 5 s of 5 '12 , la 2 eg J. Q S.-. L in Q- sv u A, iv' 3? .ll fl-, lx E' ' f ,,qx'7 - .g, 5 . I 7 r ting! . . : -5 K3 . Q fo is I rg 1. 60 E 'T 2 X.. n fe I NAME ?' DEGREES 417' -.,s ,,f I L X .1 , o'Wl TAUGHT N. Science D. Shaw, Dep't Head. . Theodore S. Rowland. . Carl R. Brandt ....... Edmund H. Cienkowski ..... Linnaeus D. Earhart. . . 'George D. Firman ..... Raymond M. Freed .... Charles H. Johnson. . . 'Ernest E. Johnson ..... 'Henry C. Landis .... Walter S. Lapp ....... Linwood T. Lawrence. . Leighton K. Smith .... L. Chester Starkey .... Chester A. Stiteler .... Charles A. Young .... . . . . M.A., Ph.D. . . . Science ....A.B. ....B.S.,M.A.. ....A.B.,M.A.. fffl ii.sf,'1Qi.A.' I ....Ph.D. . . . . Science . . . . Science . . . . General Science " HI! Botany . . . . General Science "E" . . . . Chemistry . . . . General Science . . . . Electricity . . . . Physics . . . . Zoology . . . . Chemistry . . . . General Science . . . . General Science . . . . Physics . . . . Biology . . . . Physics 4cHu uHvv WH d Physical Education Oscar E. Gerney, Dep't Head ..... Henry L. Engel ............... Harold M. Geiges ..... Benjamin V. Ogden. . . Henry C. Schneider. . . Harry W. Snyder .... . Frank H. Terry ..... James T. Thornton .... . . . Gym . . . Gym Instructor Coached Wrestling Ea? Boxing ...Gym Football Coach . . . Gym Instructor . . . Gym Instructor Cross Country, Swimming and Gym Coach . . . . A.B., M.S. . . . . . Gym Instructor Baseball Coach . . . Gym Instructor Soccer Coach . . . Gym Instructor Basketball and Track Coach ai, gif' I :ii P synfond . 1 V 5515? L L Q 9 'mi - . 1 V 433431 vii e w,g:3f.r , .1 Cyl 1 l ,si 7 .w ,A-Aft, it eff". .,4:+y , Mig., LQ?-fu QT .rf ,LI 5 l.tXQi'. G21 515 i , ' +C gay! gq, fo v wtf' 'Z H Mechanic Arts gi' 'Joseph H. Garrod .... ..... P atternmaking .,,, ,, . . 1 li, 15 "Morton Garton ........ . . . Woodfworlring 'Lg - -A ' ' 'William B. Gumphert ..... . . . Woodfturning l Linwood Keisen ........ .... W oodfturning j, I F5 Charles P. Malloy .... .... S mithing f- A I Carl C. Roessler ..... .... M dChi11e Shop F12 Clinton E. Shaw ....... .... C hief of Engineer Dept. ' 'ff jacob L. Wildemore ...... ..................... W ood-working .L c if l 2 'om A of , , 94 M55 3436594 3?Q9'lU,Q59lfi1 llYLEH-Qllllgfies 35 E. Page Founeen 4 P-l l i 'ill-zffsgiii . a,.5 ' -1 if . imefl-Li, , X so il Q ',,,-- -5 ' au . L I Q I ll D I 551 i ,' i Vi!!!-'Rum H9125 NAME S D DEGREES TAUGHT ML 5 , S l History and Commerce A 'l'j. Irving Robb, Dep't Head .................. Melvin H. Beidler ........... . . . B.S., M.A. . Reuben Breskman ......... ...A.B., B.S... Economics "A" History "C" ancl "D" Commercial Law, etc. --, N 'l I 4 l ,- A l E YP, Albert Dorn ..... . . . B.S ........ Social Science "B" E' 3 David W. Harr .... . . . A.B., A.M.. Eur. History "F" and "E" - Q 1 "William L. Hilton .... . . . Cl.E. ....... Ancient History "H" fl f J Simon M. Hunn ..... B.S., M.A. . Typing , Rx W L5 ij,-A 4 Harry E. Krug .......... . . . B.S ........ Am. History "C" and "D" l "'A. Oswald Michener .... . . . B.S ........ Economics "A" 1' 'Q John W. Rhoads ....... . . . Ph.B., L.L.B. .... Ancient History "H" ' ll i ' Spencer D. Rowland .... .............. C ommerce l , ' Harry Schneeberg .... . . . A.P. ...... Modern Eur. History "G" ll - i 'l- 1 wkgegige g.SSh?tzl. . . . . . B.S., A.M. . klglciokliieepcing A .i mg o rt . un eran .... ............ o rt an V l, Luther F. Waidelich .... . . . A.B. .... Am. History "C" and "D" All Q. Clarence A. Wesp .... . . . B.C.S .... Commerce l l -Y : X 'E E: 69 'QB cry RI- . fi Drawing K I ffl. ' 'iff ll: "'Adolph H. Pfeil, Dep't Head .... Drawing L dxf "Charles S. Dickinson .......... Art :l,j'k"L-ij-JJ ' p Sidney Gross ............... Art WJ " if 5 YJ. Lawrence Hass, Jr. ..... Mechanical Drawing M5 g 1. ' Stephen G. Hale ....... Art Q Q john I. Kelly ..... . . . Mechanical Drawing A ll U, 1 AW Tj 'Charles S. Parker. . Art U Mechanical Drawing gl: gp , V i flfjohn K. Wildemore . . Mechamical Drawing ' 5 ' ' 1 X WX Hfxfl 4- Music lgga lv ' Paul E. Duffield ..... Chorus and Music 5-?if7,2fffI?' l Orchestra Leader L' ggi Frederick Widmaier .... Chorus 'U l George Washco ...... Chorus if . Band Leader Ji. ,-' Q lj. eq Clarence W. Buckley ........ Electrical - lf' "Henry Brachhold Secretary Q' Charles W. Palmer, 5. School Counsellor .............. A.B., Ph.D. .... A -' flvGeorge F. Stradling, Principal 7 "' Veterans of 20 years . 51 ig lolerl-:msc all so sm ol lr -ll fin i' , , - Q51 ,c,s.,Q.c- illfillllfilllllj D s, +. 3 0 Page Fifteen cabs BIII apart Pnyf' Sixtfrn 'SL 7 4 2 L-Ll x I-' ZZ cn if A 4 'Xa 'J 5- 'XJ E LJ H: 'S 7: 2: I 1. Ex if 33 4-E .lu N... 1 ME' mr- 35. T-D-'C CQ.. ix if ,.z .-IL! I-. 'CU Z. fn: T' :Ez gg .N 5 ,sf 'fa jx- ZA ,C fp, ,Z 52' ...'f5 Dix 'Ap Q, IKE Y' '41 41 32 54 ,,... 'I is EZ ar XD.. Z.. ,Q ZZ P5 L, P-if fm iz Y" AQ ' 'Z T 5 .gpg ima tm . , ii.. 'mmm mv, Z Tl'-5 I I , " 31 tt, e Si 2. v!!!!.N,.g I 1 QYQLE DEPARTMENT HEADS ' BIOGRAPHIES MR. W. WESLEY sTEVENsoN :iff A :1 1' .-5 57 . K 1 I i f MR. STEVENSON was born in Philadelphia, April 25, 1875, educated in the public ,M.gX,C,i-L 5 schools and graduated from Central High School in 1895, and the School of Pedagogy ip - in 1896. For many years following this he was educational director of the John Wana' A, Jgllf, L , maker Institute, and co-author of the "Text Book of Civil Government." In addition ' ' I ' iijm ff' to being adviser to twenty classes since 1914, Mr. Stevenson has helped Mr. Terry mold . AW championship soccer teams. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Philadel- W, I phia Teachers' Association, chairman of the Teachers' Salary Committee, and president - "UW , of the Public School Council of Philadelphia. 'N MR. VINCENT B. BRECHT pg W, t?lRE1gZHb'1i wgshboiin 0131 INlove11p1bek27,h18y'64a ingreavigtown, Fenna., vahere he XE' 21. fi atten e e u ic c oo an ater t e ort aes ca emy. A ter atten in the , - ,f" ' Q, , Rutledge Grammar School, Mr. Brecht entered Northeast High where he was thegfirst I , 55-3 editorfinfchief of the ARCHIVE of 1892-1893. After being graduated, Mr. Brecht Ffni-3'1" 635 . became a founder and a charter member of the Alumni Association, of which he has T . 52 been secretary and president, and an active member in all its affairs. In 1894, Mr. ' -l ' Brecht entered the U. of P. from which he received his B.S. and later took up post' graduate work with Dr. Martin C. Brumbaugh, a noted educator. In November, kg s? 1899, Mr. Brecht became a member of the Northeast faculty and soon after, the head In ,,'flp'f-Dy - . if-,,,-. 'i of the English Department. QM 3233 .il Mr. Brecht was editor of various Alumni publications, school editions of "Hugh L A -. Wynne," and "Prue and I," and an editorial writer for the Germantown Telegraph in B717 'Q .2 Mg i 1902, and an author of miscellaneous contributions to newspapers. Mr. Brecht is also 53 1 an active member of outstanding clubs among which are the Orpheus Club, the Philo- l A Eililltgileglllllillgicfloglfalissryccgtgale Northeast Club at the University of Pennsylvania, and RK "- 1 ' S. "'-,,.11,.',Li ima f-'P zijn' 1 , Z, DR. SHAW if X Q - g B,-...IESQ DR. SHAW was born in Delaware, Ohio, October 8, 1884, and received his early 532 ' J llsas. education in the Delaware High School. After graduation, Dr. Shaw entered Ohio 22,51 Ni Wesleyan University where he took an active interest in football, track and dramatics. QV A . After being graduated, Dr. Shaw took up postfgraduate courses in Chemistry, Miner' Qjfll ifj yj,-Qin, ology, Botany, and Education for which he received his B.S. and M.A. from Ohio 'eg ' Wesleyan in 1905 and 1908, respectively, and his Ph.D. from the U. of P. in 1926. flf,p3"14,,l'x E3 Dr. Shaw first began teaching at the Radnor High School from 1900 to 1907, after ei, which he taught at Temple University, South Philadelphia and West Philadelphia High -1' Schools. In May, 1929, Dr. Shaw came to Northeast as head of the Science Depart' ' L , ment. During the summers of 1904 and 1909, Dr. Shaw carried on scientific explora- Q ' "1 tions in British Columbia. He is a member of the American Chemistry Society and a g A Fellow of the Association for the Advancement of Science, an official of the Central ' 2 Football Board and was secretary of the Supervisory Committee on Athletics from 1912 flip to 1917. Dr. Shaw is the author of "Adequacy and Effectiveness of Pennsylvania 7 ,?g'5Gf,,4 School Employees' Retirement System." E Vi LDL Y Hn, 'A - t I - we UEREEH mst Rasta SQEAUOH, alg1QaAtQt,aamsAe3sgf, Page Seventeen "- .l " -X ZTI' ' , G., , . , 4 In. "- I 6 . Q Q " 'J' -Qrnl lf' ' '31 ci i V? - N ,fx-I It r.. V h Q E, E I I I : , Q if ,f,1?:::.::fE,2 s, . 19 Nj 'Q L-g:?i.f'?F .,, 'Ea J. IRWIN ROBB gi E MR. ROBB is a graduate of the country schools. He is an example of a person making a success in life, even though they have only a country school foundation. S From the country school, Mr. Robb entered the State Normal School. After being ,ffl-'2lei graduated from there, Mr. Robb took a postfgraduate course at the University of Penn' sylvania. VVhen Mr. Robb completed these studies he became the Superintendent of g.-:ga 5-, the Lower Merion Township. Holding this position for thirteen years, Mr. Robb, in if-71 .332 1903, came to Northeast as the head of the History and Commerce Department. In . 1910, Mr. Robb became principal of the Northeast Night School. Zkfwlkwsf -fi 2.11 ET 1.5: gs MR. KREWSON Iffis MR. KREWSON was born in Philadelphia, june 3, 1878, and attended the Central Manual Training High School after which he matriculated to the University of Penn' sylvania. For his postfgraduate work at the School of Education of the University of 'f Pennsylvania he received his B.S. and M.A. in Education. For a short time he taught -i at Frankford and Germantown High Schools, and in October, 1928, he came to North- 3 'I ' 3 east. During the war period Mr. Krewson was shop superintendent at the Bureau of 'Y " ,425 Standards and in charge of production and shop organization of the Gage Section. x,?,5 ' nl f J 'V A Gi fp, F2-,fi - 1 ii? 1 MR. ELLIS A. SCIINABEI 'I f' ,Q 1 QT ' 1 , ii, 5' Q 'X R MR. SCHNABEL was born in Bethlehem, May 3, 1870, and received his early edu' if - 5 J f cation in the Bethlehem Preparatory School. Upon graduation he entered Lehigh Uni' E- E if versity where he took up the study of languages. For his excellent record, Mr. Schnabel M ' 1 71 ' 1 2 was made a member of the Phi Beta Kappa, honorary scholastic fraternity. After being f 5 , ' ' X graduated from Lehigh, Mr. Schnabel took up a postfgraduate course at that university, . -"' H ss L . where he received his A. M. and later at the U. of P. on February 1, 1913, Mr. ig Eiga' Schnabel came to Northeast as the head of the Language Department. In addition to ,um this, Mr. Schnabel is principal of the Northeast Summer High School and a member of ' 'TQHQQ various local, State, and national professional associations. A -I Ui . hr is Q5 La 5, - J , gal a, V MR. ADOLPH H. PFEIL sf, ig 1, 1 4 MR. PFEIL was born in Camden, N. J., on February 2, 1867, and attended the .. AL schools of that city, after which he entered the Academy of Fine Arts in Philadelphia. 5,55 After being graduated from this school, Mr. Pfeil entered the National Academy of Fine Arts in New York City. In 1892, when Northeast was in its infancy, Mr. Pfeil became a teacher of its Drawing Department, and soon afterwards the head of the Drawing Department. This makes Mr. Pfeil at this date a veteran of thirtyfeight years Egg :fs - ' - L-i?s.aZ1 5 sity?-Q" of teaching In Northeast High School. gk: ws 5211522 fn' 4, 'Lag-!WV,'Qj4v' I maam sl 7 R 'g ,,,, , Aa. I5 asses sts-loot, at-:asf-sstattuss Page Eighlffn 5: v x bv .. ,., ,.. . -if +- ,. .X 1-... L15 ir- :-auf, .:.: . :- -- ....:"1'!- , L .J .- . UL-1-. - - 1 -si. .Ti 1 . W.. WE! 'V- :""4. -- . --H2-. .--. - 'aw .01 Mn... ,L -wa. , W-f.g"ts t :Aw .s.., 4-F" FJ-ESF af -r 9 . .sn 3' 1,11 U JN ,,.f Q. Sec' '3- 1.-A . 'Af . 1 'B mr . .. - .rn . W. 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T 4 A U, 1 'grin 7911 x M X .rg , cg X' X X4 f X l r fff' bovglfflklflhil Wi """ W o " ' ," -.,,. , G' X "I JJ S " is , ir ti ce f' i Ti If fi' 5 X ffflwfifi 2 S 1 X rw- -f Y- Nriizsxai CLASS HTSTURY Qjtgga -fi M il WHEN our fathers first sent forth quaintance of Mr. Brachhold, the gen- lf,fg"..wff upon this perilous land of higher edu- tleman of the hefty voice, who had given ,QQ l 951 'fQh'gg':, cation, a small nation of short-panted us our ofiicial welcome, and of jack f',f,,'q,'l,ji4",N gi5iuf:2g,ff curiosity-seekers, graduation seemed in Blackman, as president of the School 31 fair truth the famous four score and Community, a high and holy oiiice, as far Ulf, "fa seven years away. But, though study as we were concerned, since it was the "" ' 'i"' '-is-'ff 5 . ... , My if 9 1 -ic" I. , x, Gil l Q7 T wmih I wr ' 1 A periods are long, time is fleeting, and our freshman year passed away in ten short months, and with it passed that superiority complex that told us that uthey can't teach us anything, we graduat- ed from grammar We found school." that, outside of the presence of a Senior Class, the air was per- meated with an air of only one that mattered to the student council, the freshman's Briarius. Then followed study periods, whose only es- cape was an honor card or a hroken arm fa fact which did much to stimulate learning among the massesQ, and gym periods, where we exhibited our Lysip- pean forms. Later, in the shops, we met the Sawdust 1, fs-t ,sig ' I I 'fi "1 , - Ll .,. -.i ! fill 'ii 8 ' 'Til Q .t r, J ,F',lL'i7"" 555.1--Q-ffl if: if-if is rg - -J, t.. - ftcflfiiv' I fffll-313231 'N Ft-is r ,if v 1 , gd Tffkj 775' giff ,331 I ,.5,Q'I,',sl 91..fv+W ,My , sw, 1 learning, w h i c h w e Twins, helpful and in- "'.Q9?? if - . . gy , wx ,,Ql!Q'x' strongly suspected to teresting, and, in the 'S-'Ada-E lgx have heen drawn off English rooms, a man f'f'g1fj,f'x,t 1 former grammar-school who seemed to us to -k,3,',f,Q,9 graduates who, like us, have control of the suit w Leg ,f"',i,li' had approached these trusts, Mr. Thompson. Qffib halls fairly soaked with We were interested ,fj,"if-ff lay.. fi," information. most, I sadly admit, in l' 3 ,, if . ,r XIII . , , a.- ,W - Our hrst ex uerience the faeult s externals, Aw ff-fp ,S Q - .I ,.y .. iff-f-hh Qi lik- N was that of heing herd- not realizing the ahility ff-',,:f'24'J 3-bb' 'QQ ed into a large hall required to shove qw ffpf- 'Q where a group of much through a class as dumh 'T ,ij if 'v' i J - - . x N-', ahashed other freshmen as we freshmen with fi ,f i ,ji 'tiff sat aw-ed hy the grand- I so few mishaps on the ,:.,', ig., ,,,4, , eur of an honest -to - -ff way. Mishzips there Pg? goodness high school. Thomas Havwey were, of course, and it Fall I-,fi Nigxt We found that all the Class Historian was "not, not the six Cfksioffii flags had heen hung hundred" who attained fy' 'ii-'fa '4 out, as was fittin 1, we thought, to cele- the So homore Class after seein' the ti,"-L'-5?i3 W-K5 , l S :- i L 1, A N, 3 X hrate our arrival. The thought that they Senate in operation and watching the -jjiifjkiv 59 'gif might he to celehrate an out-going class teams hring the Morrison Trophy here ff1fi,i'IifD .- v l - - - 'W . 4 nfuhf never entered our minds. We were soon for the first time, in 1926. Cr.f-- ui-1 . . . -7 115 HJ .K diverted from the surroundings to what But reach the Sophomore Class we ff, ,I'Q,,,X, KC? 7-J' x seemed to us 'x veritahle giant who in 1 did and introduced ourselves to the l- f'if?"1l' X., 1. df , h 1. I i 5 1' , iq H , :H I it ,J V, voice only faintly resemhling that of hugs and worms of the Biology Class- XL-QM? Qilifg Graham MacNamee, welcomed us to es. The revues and field day came along Northeast and assigned us to our first to divert us, and some of our numher, f attendance groups. Here we received feeling a sudden rise of histrionic power, C' ,"'i'3-' our rosters and the Pilot that Freshmanls entered Messrs. Weills' and Hu fhes' ui. BELV: ,Q .4 V p Q , I A I is ,,1.,,f ,W JSEQQKN9 Bihle, which, like that other Good Book, classic Northeast iroduction, little Clar- ,5 ,?-16. 'KJ' - . . if ',.-5 -' lgsglg . only too often is used merely to keep ence Boyd hecommg our prima-donna, L,,f,f'J,7Ji the dust off the parlor table. and "Bridget" O'Flynn carrying off the Quin, gsyrfx' At the ver' first, we made the ac- knee dim les as vrima-danseuse. But all if lgflx, sis, ,. 3 p 1 ,gg sw,--,4 +....f-v-. - -,--- -M-fs- - A--AKA fr--1 Y - if - .... H- his or-ff fx i . T i i 3- sr- . 1,-Q 'LLM L-1 f I fur -, LL 44.4.1 . I 7 -,Msgs , ,M if 9 g A . 30 , Page A'fI1t'fl'l'l1 f xc XT' ' - ' -ex X af,-f-" Ju, L U' ' x X 6 at Q, IE lR,CEll1U97lE ' 5, 'e , '- 6 ,- :'- -',gk.fif2, A5233 2 2 X.. I f' X: J 212 2 ?' - good things must end, and though some Megaphone. Our attention was soon t f ,ffl 4 S5 , of our number stayed in the Sophomore diverted by the news that we had a good I 1' 3 Class, most of us became juniors, football team for a change, and we piled J'-' . 3 Among the faculty of the "D" Class out to see the Archives of the gridiron ' f l . we met Mr. Beidler and his own "Outf run through a series of victories, only ' 1 , i get . ' , line of History," Captain Krug of the to take their old time position at second , , - 2 gk "Northeast Unmounted Defectivesf' Mr. place tie, at the end of the season. How- at Ziegler's Ford, and Mr. Stevenson's ever, one championship more or less '-agibz' , philosophy, which we attempted to di' means little to Northeast, and the cups f ix V R gest with his mathematics. came home just the same, and with them Egge- . M In the "C" Class, we were introduced the Morrison Trophy. The Haverford 1 .4 if to politics in the election of class officers, Cup, for soccer, was handed over for l,g,Q,.',, Joe Lucke, Jerry Kean, Bob Tittle and the second time by our old friend, jack - ' J Joe Stout carrying oil' the positions of Blackman, despite our defeat, 1f0, at the " ,Q - .c am president, vicefpresident, secretary and hands of Northeast Catholic, the soccer 5 HF- 'E ' l A treasurer. Late in the "C" Class came team's first defeat in five years. I, Q LQ the banquet, our Hrst class function, The last Fall Play in which we were 5-"Q ,QQ , . . made a success by Beisswenger's commit' to take a part marked the approach of ge ? tee and the efforts of joe Lucke as toast' the end of our stay here, as did the in- X master. Soon after this affair, we said crease of heat in Tittle's efforts to loosen gmt Neil, f, .r goodfbye to the Junior Year and went us from our class dues. Lucke took some U5 gf to be measured for mortarboards. more money for the Senior prom, and, 'L '-L Q Q- 5 Despite the terrors of Hygiene and although the class lost money on the f Q3 Physics, a goodly number entered the affair, its members had a good time. The 55 1 , 5.1, "B" Class, where elections first claimed class pictures were taken, Class Day and 4 'Jigs X ' our attentions. Here we elected our oili' Commencement rolled around, and we ', ' ig - cers for lihe rest of our school year. found ourselves sorry to leave the school , f ' Later in t e term came the election of a of which we had become a part. f7I l- lf' I T vice ' ' ' it ' -I ,lr-J ' - 'president of the School Community Looking back over the class, we find - -,E it 'M . from our class, in which Harry Beiss' a group who seemed to stand out as the j? gl ' Wenger won Over his Opponents, Lan- leaders in the various fields of endeavor. I ,i ,Ita Va dow and Hogan. On the gridiron were Henle, Kean, as Qjjt -2 '4 The big attractions of the "B" Class, Boyd, Beisswengef and Uhlerg on the Qffllfli, h0WeVCl', were the trip to WHShiHgtOH soccer field, Lackro, Richter and Livolsi, fi' andthe "B" Class Moonlight. At Wash' on the cinder path, Hartranft, Mcf g H, ington, besides breaking all records and Quaide and Choynskig in the tank, 5'g3,l',Q5l Q- ",x'14 a number of other things, we were given Henle, Richter, Jones and Muehlman. Ee? f 45 ff X an extremely instructive tour of our na' We carried away with us almost the , ff: I, , tion'S Capital. Soon after our return whole gym team-Lynn, Janelunas, I l " , 5 we heard the good news that the Mega' Stoffman, Lance, Nardini. i -- ' - are phone, our school newspaper, under In a literary line were found the men Q57-.Up Lichstein, McBride and Nardini, had of Megaphone and ARCHIVE training- ' 13 EEN won first place at the Columbia Scholasf Nardini, Landow, MacBride, Lucke, of 1-3, tic Press Convention, and then, presto "Lucke Breaks" fame, and "Heeb" Milf gf u ,J change, we had only live more months ler, and the Class Day and Commence' i ii ,:'QI '?.3 to stay. ment speakers-Landow, Frank, Lance, g We of a literary or business bent Costanzo and Harvey, 65, 1 p found ourselves at the beginning of our As we leave the school that had ,E Senior term, at the head of the ARCHIVE, been ours, we know that we are leave ,fxffuf ',-SLN, to bring it out of a slump. The ARCHIVE ing our happiest days, but feel, too, 5 I .ffyi I accordingly jumped, under the capable that there remains deep-rooted in us, a 1, if 3:1 15 hands of McBride and Nardini, former large "hunk" of Northeast spirit, un' E 5 business managers of the bluefribbon quenchable and everlasting. ,I 7 URULH EASE Q'lEQlf1E-l 359-lQ9Q,ll, WE lgllfhlll WEAX3 0 , 0 Page Twenty 1 ,f 1 V u . N 'l x -N x - 'ii ii! '01, s in ff X 1' 'x M 5' Wmkttliml 'fig ,I L ln. U Q , ii bt nhl! ,f4M'.d!,s 1, T' if E fs f x.eX s 5 i QQ s-f37757"'ff3+ , X .Xr,q -,gvlkl .hi sawraroizr W. if ,N, l,'l'vf il, t33g,,5f.i UQCOMMENCEMIENUIE PAST AND PRESENT i w Acziis Mill, when the earth was domi' declamations in Latin and Greek. The fi, iff? nated by men who were striving only audience was very enthusiastic, despite fpfq,'i'i1E-Xt i.xQT,,iY-'ff for wealth and power, andlhuman efforts the tact that no one understood a word 6-,JJ were all applied to warfare and self' of what was being said. It might just 'fjfl '35, preservation, schools meant very little to as well have -been all Greek to them, ,egg H Ertjg-:fi the people ot the world, and the last instead of halt Greek and half Latin. 'As'f,'.-5'-1' day ot school meant still less. Today The commencement was-always ac- Iliff, L5'br1AV'.,i.a ,'. education has become a tremendous iac' companied by a holiday and feasting, and Jiffy mfr-t3'sa:-5' tor in hte, and commencement likewise this custom was carried to such excesses ?'j,,A,7h-Q'l ig, ,QQ-" has become an event ot great importance. that a law was passed prohibiting comf V' Lf ff! Wliyf are we here to' ff mencers from "preparf Fzjp YN' night? Wlizit iorce, ing or providing either its ,',f-.aff ' what attraction has plum cake or roasted or fag 1-Hfii brought us all together? baked meats, or pies of mg' ."flMiQf.Q,b Wliait is the signifif any kind," and from 7115, cancc of this event that having in their chamf we are celebrating? bers "distilled liquors or Ffliflilgl C'ommen'ement is '1 any gompgsition made t7"bi"i:i'il survival oflan old therefrom' Thus We 1 lf,Q'f'Y fail' ml dx, t X ,' , yburvfd see that it was the col' iff L, ,151 gr. fxgis-34.5-:A A 'I Wh L. 3 k. lege boys who caused ibef4j,','1?l1 rx,-:ff-,Z in the universities ot the 6 D a C t m 6 nt Cf IDL? 521 Eitwljifisex northern Europe dur' the Hrst prohibition ,limp ,, .- ing the Middle Ages. law in the U H i t C d V- .jsp-A tg At that time thc ceref States. ij, 2 M 3, -' mony was termed,-inf f'jp'1,:j ception, and signified Commencement in I!gj?77gJl1 lkllffg the end of a period of this country used to be jf-I "I yn 1' Ql.lti,lifB, study and the begin' an allfday affair. All ff-Vit!-,Li ning of a period of the members of the 1 ffili 'fd teaching. The men class, or perhaps only all '." "tiki who received the mas' those in the first half, kfi .i, fzgl' ter's degree were com' l would follow each oth' il-'f'1,.'l pulled to commence, Harold Lqndfnv er to the platform, lff',x"'Qc?a that is, to teach for a Salufafoffan and read long essays ,JY yiftx certain period of time. Thus commence' or deliver long addresses, the salutatorian ment, or inception, to the medieval leading the way in Latin and the Vale' :QE Nic? students merely meant a compulsory be- dictorian bringing up the rear in tears, ,fill T--Lgggxl-Q ginning ot teaching. As each student delivered his speech it girly ffl .-X.,3, tt As the years went by the recipients was customary to bring gifts for him to K, 'LL' Al lk-'ilfilfl' of degrees were not compelled to begin the platform. t',fI' ffl 'R 1.2571 i M I X- ,Ye " . 3 'N V f -Twtw A .Tl -,Nav 51' Aflac, lt - razjm ,EN -ai , 1, 4,1-J 3 'V 'i '1 ltliilrgtih ' T :ITT it . -t.. is-'V fr 7 teaching: they were permitted to do as they pleased. Nevertheless, the term "inception," or ''commenccmcnt," still persisted, and was applied to graduation. The iirst real commencement exercises were held at Harvard in president opened with a the salutatorian addressed Latin, and then there were in America 1642. The short prayer, the group in As the size of the classes increased the program could not be correspond' ingly lengthened. Unly one or two of the students gave addresses, while the custom of having outside speakers was introduced. Fortunately the tradition that required the salutatory to be delivf ered in Latin gradually died out, and the practice is not very common now. J.. LJ 9.1321 K t7r1:U "FTA .T fi. " MEM t,-,jig it ., as-52 '-tL'l"f'.1-7 .. .t VL if.f,.f1lf via. L,,4',', ,nj I 'Q -' r jg", 1 ,, jg-ggi . A .- ---1 -. ,- aff 'i 5' W wld isiaff' ffflw' 5.5, A: 2 ' r' ru' me r rg Ng i r' L: '- , eff'-iffij ,fg+sif,to3t, aa taste ttiasggstr woo T, it it-1 att hast Page Tfwfnty-onf' I P N 1. S , lv x as ! - H550 F 5 , 9,665 9-4"' I it LY its , sf - I . UYW: in W5 f"""i 1 : 3 .-'lf :-'X' 5 5 ,fi fl -. -1:4 r Q-f a-- fp,, .- H 4715. F ' ' ' ' 'X 242232 5 .v X as F:22"f'!'L'gli 'V . 9, rn X 1. 1- 17' ,ff -S ."' 70 ' f X. .p ,, X f L T 64, IE IES 1" .rm 'Q Q if ,, :', :xx,,. lp I ' L- The commencement ceremony was ex- and this fact makes the event an impor- tended from the college, where it orig- tant one in the life of every young man. inated, to the academy, to the high M ost people regard commencement school, and even to the grammar school, . and thus we have the hi h school com- merely as a day marking the end of a . . g school career, but some consider it with mencement as it is today. We may readily see that whereas com- mencement at first signified merely the end of study and the beginning of teach- ing, it now has a far broader meaning. Commencement, first of all, is a crisis, a turning point in the life of every young graduate. Up to this time his path has been well defined, and he has followed the beaten track, the way of the major- ity. However, now that he has reached the time of graduation, and must decide what to do next, there is no well-beaten path, there is no majority to follow. Now he must decide for himself. "What do I want to do?" wonders the young graduate. "Shall I go to college? And, if I do, what course shall I take, and which college shall I enter? Cr, if I go to work, in what shall I engage, and where shall I try to get a position?" These are the questions that every young graduate must ask himself, and his whole life may be shaped by the decision he makes. . True, he may go to college and take some general course, in an effort to post- pone his decision, but even then he is limiting himself. Sooner or later that decision will have to be made, and the sooner it is made the more the young man can accomplish. If he decides earlier he may engage in a specialized study of his chosen work, or may start in business without delay. However, despite the fact that an early start is a tremendous advantage, no choice should be made until the matter has been given careful consideration. Too many potentialities are destroyed, and too many misfits produced by the unwise decisions made by young grad- uates. Commencement time is the time when this momentous choice must be made, careful thought as to what it signifies for the future. In these two viewpoints we have commencement both as an end and as a beginning. Graduation as an end has very little significance, but as a beginning its im- portance is inestimable. No longer does it mean merely an embarking upon a pedagogical career, but it stands as a be- ginning of practical life, of further de- velopment, a beginning of all that the future may hold in store. After all, what is an end, if not a beginning? The end of one epoch mere- ly marks the beginning of another. The end of the Revolutionary War was the beginning of our freedom, the beginning of a great nation. The end of the Civil War was the beginning of real national unity, and the end of the World War was the beginning, we hope, of the reali- zation of Tennyson's great dream, when all shall be united, working for a com- mon cause in "The Parliament of man, the federation of the world." Every end, whether it be the end of a task, of a period of life, or of a school career, may be regarded as a beginning, and every beginning may be termed as an end. Both signify one and the same thing, a tuming point, a change, and the only difference lies in the individual's point of view. I welcome you, my friends, parents, and teachers, to this commencement exercise, this crisis, this turning point, this beginning in our lives. It is fitting that you be with us on this great occa- sion, for success may come to us only through your aid and through adherence to the great principle laid down by James Russell Lowell: "Greatly begin! Though thou have time But for a line, be that sublime- Not failure, but low aim, is crime. oaimsast misss seasons, si-ramnitaaiuss gg: ai? aflqli. , 559, eg gs' l' - i . . 'V ' A 1. A s 't J .nl 'j X hall .5 -- 4 elf' fo s fy, j BY I, ' ff i is L 1 ? -. .gf E S522 x,.iIi'5 " I 7 ' , 1 T5 'H Q Q", .' f.. f,,.- high X,x:iiflsL"' aaa? Eh? Lk' I ' 'Lti are sig. xg. fit Ve.,-- ,s 'Tr an . alla 'TN ' " aafh If f A. ffm cliffs K. Mifrfzl nil! girl!--QIJ' .. .....I4'Q all -I4 ' fi 'Q .4.i L-4, .. .51 ,Q I g fJ,E.j'J r-:f7i'v,.J fA2'f5'M.',: x Ea . 21 liaizg . 4-l' +9 up .F 127- ill! N N, 171' fl, F f"-F ful' ffm' .i f ' 'fs bovgmflllhffm UQIES ii i , 1 a s r - ff f is A its . M J, pl -F g . at :Y -' tgp X in again ' 5 I 1 it ty " 'I 5 wc 'fswvafi d flf fffffat 'I A 5' 'Ji i 2 - 'SK' -'Q ,..,,"f7 ,fl i li 1.2 ,, Lf hhffi fig gai QNX fXdqi!iqAWJ749?55g?fMMmWl H p it I will I' Y 1 -l , -rl.. ,hL!1Lm!L.,:f2,!,,':. W1 71 fx ll-t" ofgsBAa ?f' 'fl '- fE!?5'W l VI: i- ' ,..-?' I9 7x I ,pi -'Ai' "lf, 1.f', ff" --"' ' , . J, lv mf ff fl! 'il U1 '1 I X 5 I' ' 'l,f-- fill ' .It JI i ll ll' X "F 'I llliliilh' W R JALILQ 'h.g'1,"lx uxllll Sign QQjitQQ',l 57533 ,Navi an 4 fi ,Z Fi ,-.V V- . 1.1. T, it ilk? 1,' i ,Y .Ii li Nc FN if ark? xi::',Lc:,, K Q- - aaau agar' 'W ,film . vis: EI' . .X s f 'aefil' r I i'lW,:'3.FlX 'Il-3. THE following are extracts from the diary of one W. C. Frank, radio announcer: january lst, 112511.-Well! Well! Another Christmas is over again. Had my nephew down to see Santa Claus week hefore Xmas. Weiit into VVanamaker's, and my old pal, Bob Tittle was working as Santa Claus there. But he didn't suit nephew, so we went to Gimhels where Imhof was acting as the eminent Saint Nick. Nephew got suspicious when he saw his whiskers slipping. January 3rd, 1950.--Hop for Hollywood tomorrow. Going to judge the heauty contest there. I hear that Benny Smith and Noack are making a fortune staging the show. They're known as the modern C. C. Pyles. january 4th, l95fl.fWell, I'm on my way. Who should I meet hut Beisswenger on his way to Chicago. He and Ted Richter are putting on a strongfman act. fBeissWenger crashed the act, somehowj. They're playing at one of the theatres owned hy Miller, Ferleger, Kean and Flynn, the local theatre magnates. january Sth, 1950.-Here I am in Chicago. Was to meet Henle and Uhler here. Didn't show up. I hear they're tied down and can't get out at nights any more. Instead, I met Finley and Harvey. They're harfhell salesmen here, and doing some heavy husiness. Going uptown on one of Taylor and Lance's hullet-riddled husses, I happened to stumhle across Godel and Koenig trying to figure out Einstein's theory. They tell me that they're writing one of their own. I wish them luck. January oth, 19513.-Well, we're on the prairie now. Train held up hy workmen on the tracks. Saw foe Lucke selling red handkerchiefs to the workmen. He gave up selling huggy whips in Detroit. Clarence Boyd, the powerful foreman of the crew, hustled the work along, so we're on our way again. January Sth, 1990.fIn Salt Lake City now. I saw johnny Boyd, the muscle control artist, strutting his stuff in a drug store window, hefore admiring females, while johnny Hartranft sold pills on the side. This company is growing, and is hacked hy Cohn and Dillman, hig coat and pants men, from the vest. January 9th, 1950.-Here I am at Hollywood now. The Hrst thing that greeted my eyes was the sight of Ianelunas and Echardt. They have a big city joh. The city furnishes them with white suits and a hroom, and they do the rest. Saw lack Nardini. He has a good joh posing as a model for radiator caps on automobiles. Frank McBride, the mad poet, also has a good joh. He's writing suhftitles for the movie Hrm of V 1 -I fg 1. i fall: JN F ?"'Y:- 1'.'f'v""T'x r' Wi i ...ft- rl ff,,,., Vr ll . gan? . .W'if.,,1'1 -Vg ,, ., . W ihai i. ,il Qjj 43' 3.-. A' Q :ai Kg 3 Qliff Kill li ill' hu -JJ 4 YN ,Q HI'--if rf C25 1:51 QQ? -- .9 If iffflh-ifnl .IN F 'ypffy 17,1 H i Engl tb al frifrff-I fdhd ff 195 "lf vfce hgh? 1. Z' fig? ilfrui If if 4 x 'i F- llfhffs-11 , lsmiiaiiiflciliiifiilgifftlaltiaciivttg iP59lfllA.iDEt3iri, Page Tfwrnfy-thrfr 30' PWA ru-' 'gk asgef Silt V 'N i w . Q. .-, Y f 6 IES Q S -G I4 l Z",-F X f LQ fl Qwaswrauwv :Est : fijag? A at . X Maleson, McQuaide and Montgomery. Don't miss their big picture, "The Man H lp . Qgigxs-wig? al' 2'?'!e 1 1 15,4 With the Iron Beak," featuring Harold Sender, and supported by a splendid cast ff 159 53-fi including Hughes and Batefan. Andy plays the part of the faithful collie dog, who if , rescues Sender, as he falls off a stepfladder in the third act. lanes is the director. : -3 , i january 10th, 1950.-I was up early this morning. just in time to see Frank Max ,tg , Elk? and Gorchov pass by. They are entered in the Wiggley marathon swim, and are ! ,gulls g ,JI cj ., in training. This is an important race, and the winner will get a chance to swim 2 1?-215 the Pacific Ocean. ' ' Making a tour of the studios, who crossed my path but Dangerous Dan Le-vin, -- 'QF the voice of the studio. Levin does all the singing off screen, while the actors go iv. through the motions and get all the credit. Muehlman is a big photographer there. He will take your picture in ten seconds, with his demon camera, for one thin dime. He also has a pony upon which small boys may pose. 57' 'ti january 11th, 1950.-Costanzo and Knauth have made a fortune here, teaching people to drive by the blindfold test. This has also enabled Baberick and Betker as P5 to prosper. They have opened up an undertaking establishment, where they specialize 5 -5 fi . z'V in oneelegged coflins. "All our cofhnsf' says Betker, "are lined with monkey fur." FT ' - ' 1"3', january 12th, 1950.--Well, here it is. The day of the beauty contest. ames is f "sxvJ- 1 - Wermuth, the prominent politician of the city has offered the winner a onefway if'f"7 11,1 ticket to Shickshinny and the girls are all excited. However, it rained, and the Eg' E' a lg. Q contest was postponed until February 30th. Besides, Derrickson, the ,chief judge, Q r was out with Miss Brooklyn the ni ht before. His wife waited u for him, therefore H ' ,Q .gf e is p ysica y una e o e present to ay. 'Lg fi A ' h ' h ' ll bl t b g d P as 1? " january 13th, 1950.-Kurtz, Cunnin ham and Welsh are gentlemen about town, T' W d be 'd that have g 'ned reputatf tumbler Th t bl f ll th I i r, 'S' an si es ai a on as s. ey um e or a e . I n igh Mack Sennett beauties. Balen is paying alimony already. While married, he was ' ' QP known as Mr. Clara Bow. L d. I April 30th, 1950.-Some time has elapsed since my last entry in this diary. ' li 34 H gif' The fact is that I was touring the country with Schmidt and Katz, with their big , ' 1. I 3 - r - vig I six ring flea circus. The circus was forced to break up when the dog catchers took - 5 , 4 Fido, their airedale dog. You see, they kept the fleas on Fido. Anyway, I'm down I I .7 -f.,'l'i . g here in Florida now to broadcast the big milking contest, staged between the champion, Li. 'QV' K 1 Tessie, a husky heifer, from Topeka, and the challenger, Pauline, from Peoria. ' ' Hagerman and Loux are the chief milkers, having worked their way up from first if 'l l 'L assistant milkers. Bess won by two cans of cream, and everyone is happy. l' ET :Eu I June lst, 1950.-I see where the American Federation of Druggists has awarded - Q Quigley a prize for inventing two new fountain drinks. Landon' has also won world- 'j wide recognition, having solved the problem of "How long is a piece of string?" " ' I Northeasters sure are prominent. Zerby now wears red ties, and gets away with it, 351' ' - It 5-Z while Bekes' new book, "What Every College Man Should Know," has taken the L jj 1' v "Pulitzer Prize" this year. In fact, it is the only book written this year. ," ' J' - . , u se- june 2nd, 1950.-Horton has made a name for himself. He was AllfAmerican gg, . . . , g. Y guard on his college football team for seven consecutive seasons. Was going down' x A f- V Q town today and saw Lackro sellin retzels. He was doin well, sellin suits on f, 15 ' i . g P . S g ,. . .Up time, until everyone found out that they were full of ticks. H F" M "i" june 3rd, 1950.-I was down to see my old friend, Downe last night. He is 19 5 AQ, Zim running a night club now. He hired "Hank" Schillin as chief houncerg as "Hank" 'fi ........... . , . . . 3 ,:f!!t. x ' didn t show up for work last night, Downey inquired and found that he had talked , .qv 3 , - 7 back to his wife and was resting quietly in bed. Q: 1 ,3 june 4th, 1950.-Well, I guess I'll stay here in Florida a while. This sunshine is better than yeast cakes. Saw H. Smith and Melvin Robinson at the beach this Q a - , s - p f . 3 , , oasm mst swscssa scsaowls UQ :asf-aaittainsa , O A, Page Twenty-four awe: 195322555 iight-Ti5',1flQ iE.:fN...f..lH . e. .... ...qi 2 " 9 L' sf. alt-15 9 . 1 5? Q "ll" is 5 gf - 1: ii i' ka' .'-H822 . FL. .f r ' .21 2 'i ti . a i jg if S .70 J all E -s :- z ish I: wanna ns' .V X A gig I -3 X, 1. We w 4 Ari . S S - Q . " 255'- - . :ev I- f fi I 7 H" il x., 4. 4 1 " 1 'I . I w 4,2 . he ,- , sl. 2-Q. I' E 2 E lg: 1 f ...Y 2,-' .f . ,' ' 9 2-so- l",--' - X f' 'Q seyilgflmltlll UQIRS 5 S Ad I afternoon. They're retired movie actors. These boys sure are up to date. Instead of sending photographs of themselves to admiring fans, they're sending Victrola records, to keep up with the talkies. Tonight, I guess, I'll go to a night club. june Sth, 1950.-Slept late this morning. Had some fast time last night at that night club. There were two song and dance boys there, who danced when you threw pennies to them, and who sang when you didn't. Sufhce to say, the boys got plenty of pennies. They were Daeche and Coverdale, who got their practice singing in the showers at Northeast. Bill Sharp was a mammy singer, and he has the motions down fine. June 6th, 1950.-This was a fine day. I took a walk and chanced across Rubenstein, followed by a dozen little ones. I asked him what he had done to make such a crowd follow him. He explained they were his relatives' children, he was taking them for an airing. He's married now, and his relatives, especially Vaivada, are always visiting him, trying to get a free meal. june 7th, 1950.-Saw Zimmerman today. He's a floorfwalker in a delicatessen store owned by Southwick and Rochelle. Rochelle is also a tloorfwalker, doing his walking at night trying to get his little Lloyd to go to sleep. June 8th, 1950.-I see where Goldfine, the modern Al Jolson, has hired an Italian fish vender, in the person of Chalfn, to give him dialect hints for his new songs. June 9th, 1950.-Saw Ahlers and Berman today. They were brokers, and their stocks were good to the last drop. Now they're making money at home. I hope they're not found out. june 10th, 1950.-Met Arthur Hoch, promising young author. Strange to say, Arthur tells me he's only writing for Art's sake. june llth, 1950.-Start back for Philadelphia tomorrow. There is much com' motion in Philly. It seems two honest politicians, by some mistake, were elected to the City Council. I was not These boys are so honest, that taking anything back. June 15th, 1950.-Down to and Cohen here. Don't know to Atlantic City, but here they are. They have an act on the Steel Pier. It's going over with a bang. Cohen pulls the trigger and Berkowitz gets shot out of the cannon. Goldstein and lentsch have an act on the Steel Pier al-so. Goldstein is a yodel singer, while Jentsch accompanies him with his Ford. Was taking a ride in a rolling chair, and who should be pushing it but Ra Lynn. However, he does this work only in the summerftime, being a gym teacher at "Northeast" when he's not working. Bought a fountain pen at an auction sale run by McDowell. "Our sympathy goes free with every purchase," is McDowell's slogan. August lst, 1950.-Saw Koolpe, Krepliak and Newman on the beach today. They were all fast asleep so I did not bother them. However, I noticed that the word Life Guard was printed on their bathing suits. Going down the beach, I stumbled across Pontarelli, communing with nature, and writing poetry. Maurice Richter was playing "Hearts and Flowers" on his violin just to get him in the right mood. Pontarelli is temperamental. Further down the beach I saw a huge crowd, and immediately hurried there with all speed. However, it was only "Lou" Hollis doing tumbling tricks, in his own inimitable style. Hopping around on both feet to regain his balance when he comes out of a spin. Going back to the hotel, I saw Santarone and Spero, two rising young men, who took me up to my room on the elevator. Santarone operates it, and Spero calls out the floors. surprised to see that they were jolly and Townsend. they put a nickel in the church collection without Atlantic City for my vacation today. Saw Berkowitz why anyone like Berkowitz or Cohen should come UEQHEHEIASE E-IEQIEE-I SKB-NGBQH, l?HjlHMillQlEH.E9ll'l Page Twenty-have 11 MQ. 294.5-im, R-tif,-Ei! 'Es - 'vofiifii Q ' gil'fll'6i'1Eg K- . ' , 3 ' - if a '- ' J 1 , ' 5, l ' 5153 , Gai gym? 'via 25, is' . , Y-6 ASH . v 'H s JL ., . 1 leg? iff..-ll GPF . ,X ,-- J f' i f 55 1 . my Y' - 51 1 .V S. . . 1 A V , E at ' 'Z ff Q' . 1 g'Ql3X3o ' QUUQ rn' A Q fx L X Q I a t asgaawuvmg gifff V 3' 1 k 5 3-I"e'Z'S 23 fs' 4 be is 1' 'if' 4 F00 v"'? if 'F IN! 25. 1 gferg ,502 'E PIX -,iv if .2 fr 1 :Ni 'H QX - 'i :60 lu is-. 'Rf' E 533222 fee? Rv August 15th 1950 Saw Stevens Walush and Zelkomtz today They have became wealthy now and go out w1th chorus grrls They made the1r money trans latlng the telephone book 1nto fore1gn languages September lst 1950 Vacatxon IS over Back to work aga1n Th1s week I am gomg to Washmgton to broadcast the baseball game between the Senators and the Senate pages September 2nd 1950 Well here I am 1n Washlngton Am stopplng at the Metropolltan Hotel Everythmg 1S the same They haven t even changed the table covers Avon and Brooks are here workrng as detect1ves They wear rubber heels derbxes and smoke n1ckel c1gars They do nothlng but prowl around the halls trymg to find out who poured the 1ce water over the balcony 1nto the lobby Before lunch I went out to the Wash1ngton Monument and who should I see runnlng the elevator but Ayres who certalnly can make the old th1ng hum Its a good job but Ayres says he has h1s ups and downs just as I was commg out of the Monument three Sl1Ck look1ng men stepped up to me and tr1ed to sell me the Llncoln Memorlal They made the1r argument so convmcmg that I nearly fell I later recogmzed them as whlch sure has b1g 1deas After lunch UQ at the hotel I went over to broadcast the baseball game between the Senate pages Senators Hogan and Herwzg d1d noble work for the Senators But Hogan IS gettmg a llttle ahead of hlmself and has to let h1S belt out several notches September 15th 1950 Back to New York aga1n Kunkle Lanz Lewn and Moss have made a fortune 1n the anlmal buslness They tore down a 50 story bulldxng 1n the heart of the busxness d1str1ct and put up a hot dog stand They tell me they have noth1ng to bark about Went 1n to see my broker Mr Albertson today Albertson 1S connected wrth the firm of Albertson Watekeztes and Connor These men are good Jugglers The way they juggle my money around IS marvelous Th1s afternoon I went to the theatre where I saw the worlds premler gymnasts Sto man and partner Once when Stoffman had tossed the partner 1nto the a1r hrs eye was dlstracted by a blonde on the front row and he left the poor fellow land on h1s head Now the act IS d1scont1nued unt1l the stage 15 repaxred and the partners spralned ankles get better October 1st 1950 Th1s afternoon I saw the new movle actor sensatlon from Sweden who IS supposed to have been dlscovered by Goodman and Howell two movle magnates from Calrfornla rl-'l'11S Swed1sh actor strangely resembles Huston but I wouldnt g1VC away an old fr1ends secret A good forelgn actor attracts as much attentmon as two good AmCf1CHH actors October 15th 1950 Over to Ph1ladelph1a to broadcast the b1g football game between Penn and Navy At the tra1n I saw my frlend Clnarlanza Whenever the tra1n stopped he would make the statlon announcements On arnvmg 1n Phlla delph1a I learned that McCammon Pollack Robmson and Stromberg have taken over the P R T and fi-l,1S6d the fare aga1n In order to g'1VC the publ1c therr money s worth they are lengthen1ng the routes and putt1ng out b1gger tokens At Franklm Fleld just before the game started 1n came Ho man and Landenberger lead1ng the Navy goat They have become very much attached to 1t and perform th1S Job every year for nothmg Commg out of the stad1um aga1n I was nearly trampled upon by three old grads who were cheerlng and s1ng1ng college songs and generally full of Spl1'1tS I recognlzed Arnold Morrzs Prutzer and Rademan who slapped me good naturedly upon the back and went on the way to see my old fr1ends, Vasco, Ranck and Yeo, who have Jomed the faculty at Northeast 03253-IEASE E-ISGS-l SKB-1090119 H99 IQBAHDEEFXH hug 'fa r-2 5 5 5 5 ff ? 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Suddenly we snapped to attention As "NineteenfTwentyfSix" Billowed and roared thru the Heavens, Like the roll of great drumfstieks. L'TwentyfSix and Nineteen Hundred"-- i'Wha1t year was that?" we sigh. Ah, yes! Don't you rememher? That's when we entered Northeast High. Rememher, we came from grammar school, With voluminous hags of lunch, And an innocent look that Stamped us As one of the Freshmen "hunch," We never could find the room we wished Or even Shallcross Hall, And we stood in awe of Seniors Whom we thought were fierce and tall. Q . 133' l , mi? lily J. .1 S-'- 5.2 LA lag! si va '11 vii Ii M,-11'Eif li .1 ,J 'iZif7xX1'T5' nf, ry Kg, ,',,,nvVE, W 13 XV! 5, '..., .,, P, --.Q Vi .-- . x KC ,,. -T tix gjllrryvij, ,. ,Q 'N H V V-V' . f' . A ffl -'fi s ', .f l . if 2 H 3, gui ll' 'ff ini-:vial ., ,-, ru tv f 'f 1- 1 'Luv' ide: , V, , 'X ' f I - "Q I '4- "'.'L ,1 if F-3. v -V , -I, VO, . f :IW " ,J-ry". nj -, ,' "42- ,, ,r G 1 ", ,ww 4. 'A ,.,. 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Q . i 4 '- i :Ei i-:wus N: it ' gi-E ssfi 1 'Jn k-. 5 L: , tb Qtfllwliss K We shudder to think of the anguish Which awaited our first report As we found we only had five E s They were the days of sport A rumbling sound broke our train of thought As the Great judge once more sounded Nineteen Hundred and Twenty seven A new fire starts within our brain XVhen Northeast Spirit took hold of us And made the school seem dear Twas the year that marked the begln ning Cf our athletic life And we think it helped us to attain Those years with manhood rife On the field we sweated and worked real hard And practiced in the gym We worked till we thought wed have to drop And our eyes grew hot and dim All of us were not idols Nor honored letter men But the sport we had in those contests We fain would have again. As we recalled these memories Cur minds to satiate The heavens cracked wide open With Nineteen Twenty eight. Hark back to the eve of this new year VVhen we entered the Junior Class To the time of the Facultys maxim Why did we let them pass? This term flew like the light of day, And our eager minds were fed With rumors, knowing, deep and dark, Northeast would be cofed. We were all keyed up when someone sal That this could never be Because we would not keep our mind On physics and chemistry Then the C class gave a banquet And l1ke true optxmxsts We paid two bucks to gnaw A turk the pilgrims missed Our fowl thoughts for that turk was ou Ended with grins sublime N ineteen Twenty mne It was then we entered the Senior C ass By tried and devious ways That marked for us the beginning Of the end of High School days We ran a B Class moonlight Or was lf a polar trip? That took us down the Delaware On that Wilson Line steamship In truth it was cold that evening But we really did not care With a band and a girl a Northeast boy Could be happy anywhere We pondered where we were that night And broke our usual calm As we recalled that night at Pelham Where we held our Senior Prom. We grinned at the thought of the hired Tux And evening dresses grand That waltzed around the ballroom In time with the Mike Fisch band. But then our dreams of social life Were brought to a sudden close As Nineteen Thirty echoed out And broke our calm repose. Nineteen hundred and thirty- Four years at Northeast spentg We came, we saw, we conquered, And then, by gosh, we went! are sig fs all Qs- nl 525 69 telic l 'S-...J 1, riffs ?"' ka t UR L'- 'fk 1 - ' . ' a ll .Eff V gr ' - if CY: . ss, -"L 4 8 1:1655 1 vii L1 ' f 5 fsiflif 3 H 11. , o asa Miss s-saga scsaooa., sa-naaasiitmwsa . ', h wa X 'lu ' 3 : A , f Q ' .4 a ' Q0 x T' ' 'al' 'X I? "I T 1' , u K. 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In a way, we feel a tinge of the Mayas of ancient Yucatan, to the ' ,, sadness at parting from friends we have Ziggurat of Surner? We of the present, ' , - A made during these years, yet we feel an captivated by every new mystery story, 1, i ample assurance that we have acquired need only wander through the halls of 7 such a feeling of unity that, even after one of our internationallyfknown mu' . Z if years of separation, we shall still feel, seums, our own Museum of the Univerf Y. ,- like the class of pioneer graduates, an sity of Pennsylvania, to find mysteries SYMLFFXQ unquenchable class and school spirit. suggesting stories surpassing even the . Tonight, before bidding farewell to the school, it is my privilege, and per' haps my duty, to take this opportunity to point out a field in which I have taken an interest, and one which our city gen' erously offers to all. Philadelphia has long been known as a great educational center, and today presents to her youth numerous fields of activity, some of which have held for a long time a place in the background, but which, as we realize more and more our debt to sci' ence, now spring into prominence. Among these is Archeology. No college in the country possesses such an exten- sive archeological collection as the Uni' versity of Pennsylvania. It is reasonable to suppose that, upon hearing the very name Archeology, one would decide that the science would be as dry as the dust of the ancient tombs, of which, in part, it treats. But when we read the story of Schliemann and the treasures of Priam, of recent dis- coveries in Egypt, in Central America, in ancient Sumer, a region of lower Babylonia, when we realize that this sci' ence is ever offering new proofs of the authenticity of the Biblical story of man' kind, we begin to see the scope and in' terest of the subject. Who can fail to best of Van Dyne, mysteries of peoples who once lived. Philadelphia recently responded to the challenge of former discoveries by the combined expedition of the British Mu- seum and the University Museum to an' cient Ur, the traditional birthplace of The evidence here discov- Abraham. ered was divided, half being claimed by the Baghdad Museum, onefquarter going to the British Museum, and onefquarter to the University Museum. At Ur, Mr. C. Leonard Wooley has, in what has been described as a "marvel of sci- ence, dexterity, and patience," uncovf ered a civilization of the Sumeria of over three thousand years B. C., challenging, and even surpassing, that of Egypt. To tell the story of that expedition is to tell a story, not only of conquest, but of glamorous romance. In 192924, the ziggurat, a tower of mud bricks, with receding stairways, was cleared. In 1926f27, while uncovering a quarter of the city belonging to the time of Abraham, outside the south angle of the temple of the Moon Goddess, Mr. Wooley found a gold dagger, which aroused his suspicions as to the existence of a tomb. He said nothing at the time, beyond reporting his find to the proper a - , fl bi zilllia-:lf avi X .. Ik ff. T' . im? ki Q fi 1-1 -v QWQCJJ rf l 'JLCIDQS I si .Q :H N ' e ii i ik lm . 4 . oaiia-Msn? Q-mania sciiaaooti, tri-1Qaf4iipmiHas Page Thirty T " Y n' ' R Meri if 1 s l , it 9' L9 'l 9 WG, 1 gf s f 'H ' v fi V 'glgfwi , - J. ky K-I V A L . F .Z". 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C. fMr. Wooley places the date at 35001 knew and employed in architecture the corbelled and true arch and the pendentive dome. Of far more interest to the layman, and of great value to the archeologist, are the art ob' jects of the tombs and adjacent shaft. These ancient peoples were, like the Egyptians, believers in a future life, and provided for the sumptuous existence of were further provided with ceremonial tools and weapons of gold, beautiful leaf' shaped spears being among them. Of great interest to the archeologist are the cylinder seals, worn at the shoul- der and used to impress signatures upon the baked clay tablets, the writingfpaper of the day. The rank or office of the possessor was incised in pictograph upon these cylinders of lapis, carnelian, jadeite, and diorite, and from these tiny pictures mu ' 1'-4 s - K, I . v. -0, I '35 if 3 ia - T: Mb, " . H 'Q C X , s g their rulers in another world. In fact, th r he lo . ts med a rett accurate , , 6, ' 5 the first indications of a royal tomb were .de a cf Oh gls ga llf IE 32560 B C , . : X Q the bodies of attendants sacriiced to prof 1 ea O t e Court 1 B 0 . ' ' if 1 i . A. . . . . f 11 relief ho ed li i , A fragment o mestone s w i ' Q vlde the type of service to which the the chariot of the king, exhibiting the f 5 I :lf 'I rulers had been accustomed' when they first re resentation of ia wheel 1500 ' ' i "" if UQ 1' I had been ferried over the dark waters r bgfo e it im Ortation into'E t gf , of death in the tiny boat, reminding one 315115 boafd gattess knocked to gig 4,12 ,gy f of the funerary skiffs found in Egyp- . g ggi - . and fastened by strips, presumably of ,gg . Lliivggs, tian tombs. In the shaft adjacent to the T Ce f the so ndin ,box of if 3 fi J ' -9 tombs at Ur was found a row of bodies, wiper' . ISI. S Ol. f . CIF t gh t the .1 Q presumably those of the choicest of his a arp m 15 rem In Ca e a . 2 ' A , 3 . , . . . plaque commemorates the gift of chariot . 33 .-.W , majestys harem, with a harpist at its dh r t a Od , 5 , gm . , head, bending over the remains of his an 3' P 0 g ' W1 - t ' instrument. Six slaughtered guards were Indeed, a chariot with full complement ffl ' lj' . stationed at the entrance, to prevent the of charioteers and asses was buried in the 5 ' 1 intrusion of evil spirits. At head and shaft, to provide comfortable transpor- f Q33 3-, i , - foot of the kin 's bier crouched his valets, tation into the other world, while one . fv , ' 4 li at their usual gposts of service of the most striking art objects of the ' , . f .6 . .:.s .ras 21.212 I'T3el2li 23? jL'z.2r.ffS.1':.i 15231256335 iasabiigniefiif ' i 1 a 3 must have been oppressive in life beads structed by museum experts from a pho- GQ l 3 .L ' . . ' I h lf ,f , lla ii' and headbands of painstakinglyfwrought togliaph- of the Oflgmli. as It ay a fs.: V buried in the earth giving clues as to ff Qgzusilggr, gllpeligsidgggeclapigsi 12:3 the number of pegsl angle of uprights, b G KS! Q' " ,M . and arrangement of inlay, which is ren' ,' ' fr ,, gjfojiggt bgald igggpes fof disagfl and dered with extraordinary care. The 1 - , " earhe uhs' Sym .S O ich Fa ' soundingfbox is decorated with an en' fa" to S amz t 3 Egypuan u .4 US' W le grayed shell plaque and the gold head of Q5 the beaten gold flowers exhibited an un- a bun with lapis lazuli beard. I equalled fineness of quality. The queen ' I I and her attendants were supplied with Of interest tohdrug store cowboys, per- gold shell vanity boxes containing kohl, haps, are sets of bored bone tubes for if fr . 9 R L - '- ' - P , , loans mst Q-lasts swoon, in mmm nas , I Page Thirly-one ri'i x "'Al'Tr'51 in tx. nr -us. ?:.ffTfV,xXL ' -5 qu' x'i,i I f l Q. 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X, "f..9'Y: lgaiyi . cl . i . 5, ,x. . leer' l li'b'3,i i 'Nfll 'fill L.,i, ,flfgihyih lifkirf--l, l' , at '-,Q --7 E lint KL gf5N,tl - T' um FRE PJ f"?lf 'UQ gift QL-.4 sipping wine, the wine being served in a single huge howl, and the guests ref ceiving their share through these pre- decessors of the modern soda straw. The findings of the dig, and the anti- quarian evidence discovered are of inf estimable value to the historical archzeol' ogist. If Sumerian culture of the type evidenced in these tombs can be proven to he of the date stated fand there is no reason to believe that it was notl, the foreign origin of Egyptian culture is assured, and the "cradle of civilization" moves one step nearer its proper home. As a contribution to science, then, the worth of the expedition is easily recogf nized, and it fully deserves the eommenf dation of the president of the Society of Archaeologists as a "marvel of science, dexterity and patience," As an example of the arts and sciences which Philadelphia presents to her peof ple, and which her people persist in overf looking, this recent excavation is about perfect. But each art has its following, and in each art its faithful follower will find not only the personal satisfaction of achievement, but also the consciousness that he has made a contribution to sof ciety, that will repay him for all his efforts, and the knowledge that he has paved the way for perhaps greater and more signihcant triumphs in the land of exploration. It is my pleasant duty as valedictorian to make this formal adieu of my class, that of january, WSU, to our Alma Maf ter, and to voice the thanks of my class' mates to every agency which, in xhool or community, has contrihuted in bring- ing to completion our four years of high school experience, for I am firmly conf vinced that it is only by acknowledging our debt to the past that we gain a true idea of the value of the things of the present, and a correct perspective on the things of the future. It is also my purpose to leave a thought with you that will give evidence of our interest in the ripe scholarship and unflagging zeal, to which the world owes so much, and which bears witness in this sofcalled commercial city, to our ever' present and undying love of adventure and romance. :' v I l "' lily" ,ji -.jg , 'fi '-f. ,,. .ffl fjbf. if! 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I 1.4- 11 .11 A ,. .L .2 v..:L'1f' rx.. - -3 Lqeif '-'5::12:,: : 'il' ' -Y a' , 34 ..: ' , ,, " 5,15 1: f-. . ?"i4fjif1,,,V , J , 3:22, 7 gf: ' F'i ' 1 ' iilsri I S Wmi FQ X "Wi Y:-Lf' iw TW f'1 T' Fil X M S KS HJ WW 'W iql P1 . , 'ff .v. 5 ,g X: W '1--.55 3,5 " - .Q .Si 5 fm: 5 Ybfr "iii: , I . 1 wi. 1 1 " -HEX!" 5, QTL., '.'4'f?, 'f5Q""1iE!, "- 'Y7i!fi'?'f,f?3:1 ,ll-K+, WW 39 we . -.4 it kr 48 N Jw "fe 1' , i Q a 4 I, JY -f 1 1:-.! - : ' ,lr 2' 'I J. 'Y ,Y . In . fn., xx x v .mx NORTHEAST HIGH-PHILADELPHIA WILLIAM B. AHLERS JOHN PAUL JONES, J. H. S. BORN JANUARY 17, 1912 SMITHFIELD AVENUE, SOMERTON A nice sort of a fellow, always has a smile on his face from ear to ear. Can depend on him to cheer up a group. Bill is one of those fellows who will try anything once. This is demonstrated in Gym. His body flexible and limber, And headed with a lmot of timber. HOWARD R. ALBERTSON SIMON MUHR SCHOOL BoRN NOVEMBER 21, 1912 1215 Russifu. STRRIET Tall and handsome-that's him. He was a member of the Booster's Committee in the Grandstand Drive, and a member of the "A" Class football team which finished in second place in interclass football. He also was a member of the Chemistry Club and the German Club, Good looks are worth nothing Without good sense. -Aesop. Y CHARLES AVON ROBERT MORRIS SCHOOL BORN MAY 9, 1910 3042 BALTZ STREET Von entered Northeast from Robert Mcirris School, February, 1926. and "C" Class football, "B" Class baseball, "A" interclass basketball. Von is known by every one for his great personality and his loquaciousness. 1 A happyfgoflucky fellow with a crowd of friends, yet one who can settle down to work and accomplish something. We can never forget his wonderful work in the class, and his classmates who know him cannot speak too highly of him as a real all around fellow. At baseball "Von" has done his bit And "oh, boy" could this fellow hit. Page Thirty-three "WE ARCHIVESU ABRAHAM BALEN GEORGE CLYMER GRAMMAR SCHOOL Boiw SnPT1aMBi2R 15, 1912 810 W. HuNTiNuooN STRu15T The old saying "good things come in small packages" runs true to form in this case. "Abe" was Senator in the "G" Class and alter' nate in the "F" and "D" Classes, always on the honor roll and was a member of various clubs and committees. He also was on the Record Book and Archive Stalls. Besides devoting his time to scholastic pursuits, Ahe went out for the Gym team in his Sophomore year and received the Gym l..eader's "L" for his egorts, He was also an active member of the various class teams. "A little child shall lead them all." i LAWRENCE H. BABERICK JOHN WELSH GRAMMAR SCHOOL Bomv Oczromaa 1, 1909 4157 E. GILHAM STREET "Bah" was well known as the "personality boy" of the Senior class class. His school activities were inhibited because of part time work, lirst a newspaper boy. later as an accountant in one of the downftown oflices. iHis personality is such that his classmates wrote poems and sang songs ahout him.J His activities are listed as: Lunch Room Committee. Locker Squad. Treasurer of Chemistry Club, 1929, Record Book Stall, honor student many times. Archive Correspondent and German Cluh. His scotch is crude and women wild, Although he seems an innocent child. IOHN R. AYRES CLYMER GRAMMAR SCHOOL BORN JUNE 23, 1911 2863 N. STH Sriutifr A quiet fellow but very jovial and entertaining. We could look for john every Monday down at the school bank where he was one of the star tellers. He was a member of the Commercial Geography, Chemistry and Psychology Clubs. He also did quite a bit of work on the Booster's Committee. "What charms hath music and Mr. Michener's voice That they keep our Iohn ever in slumberlandf' Pagr Thirty-four NORTHEAST HIGH-PHILADELPHIA ANDREW BATEIAN FROM CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL IN "H" CLASS BURN MAY 7-3, 1910 165 W. DAUPHIN STREET This fellow was on so many committees and a member of so many clubs that it wasn't even funny. He was a Senator in the Class and took part in Revues of 1928 and '29, "Andy" also was a member of the Camera, Wrestling and Boxing Clubs. He was Archive and Megaphone correspondent and was on many interclass football teams, being "A" Class captain in 1929, "Bat" also was on the Archive and Record Book Staffs. Our friend "Bat" with his romantic line, Could make girls fall most any time. EDGAR CLEMENT BEKES SIMON MUHR SCHOOL BORN DECEMBER 3, 1911 6435 N. l6TH STREET "Ed" waited until his Senior year to start things and then he came out good and strong. In his Senior year he was a meinber of the Traffic and Service Clubs and he was on the "B" Class Executive Committee and Archive Staff. Quiet and gentle as a lamb But with the women-"Wham: Man." HARRY LOUIS BEISSWENGER JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL BORN OCTOBER 26, 1912 7623 N. AMERICAN STREET "Beis" besides being one of the sheiks and best liked fellows in our class, was one of our intelligentsia being on the Honor Roll every report period during the four years at Northeast. He was President of the School Community, and a lineman on the 1929 Football Team for which he received his letter. Harry was also President of the Hi-Y Club, a member of the Senate, active on numerous Senate and class committees, a first Senate award winner, Chairman of "C" Class Banquet and "B" Class Moon' light Committees, a member of the Archive Staff, Distribution Manager of "We Archives" and on the Megaphone Staff. He was a cheerleader during his stay at Northeast, as well as a member of the school orchestra for Eve terms. Because of this wonderful record and his attractive personality, Harry was chosen as the first honor man of our class by his fellow students, an honor well deserved. "One may smile and smile and be a villain."-Hamlet. Page Thirty-f-'ur "WE ARCHIVESD CARL BETKER JONES JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL BORN JULY 17, 1911 3121 ARAMINGO AVENUE Carl is big and tall and about as bashful as any fellow in our class. His likeable manner and cofoperative spirit has made his pres' ence in Northeast a decided asset to our class. In 1928 "Bet" was a member of our reserve football team when not playing with the second team. He was also on the basketball squad in 1928 but the fact that he had to Work kept Carl from going out for teams in his Senior year. We are quite sure that Carl's fine character and personality will help him a good way up the ladder to success. A real good fellow, never a quarrel He's just that type of fellow, is Carl. CLARENCE BOYD ROOSEVELT JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL S6 E. WALNUT LANE Talk about Rosa Ponselle, well "Shorty" sure has them all beat. He was a star performer in the Revues of 1928 and 1929 and in the Senate play of 1929. Clarence was a member of the Chemistry, Span' ish and Service Clubs and was on the Senate Play Committee. Shorty alfo was on the Megaphone and Archive Staffs and was an honor -ztudent. Whenever he pops the word "Where's Rick." From little Clarence we all get a kick JOHN JOSEPH BOYD FOX CHASE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL BORN APR11. 27, 1910 8131 HENNICS STREET "Johnny" was one of the star athletes at Northeast. He was on the baseball teams in 1928 and 1929 and was on the football teams in 1928 and 1929. In 1928 he was captain of the football team. John was a member of the Senior Prom, "A" Class executive, and Athletic Committees. He also was a member of the Record Book Stai, The play was on The signals rang Then Johnny shouted "Let's go gang." Page Thirty-six NORTHEAST HIGH-PHILADELPHIA IAMES L. BROOKS JONES JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL BoRN MAY 20, 1911 2025 E. CAMBRIA STREET "Jim" entered Northeast in the Sophomore year and soon became a prominent IllCl'llbCI' of his section by winning the interclass wrestling tournament of his class. He again stood out in minor sports by play' ing on the "C" Class football team. In the "B" Class he was elected alternate for his section in the Senate. He was also meritorious during this term, showing that he has a good scholastic record. He was Sena' tor for the Industrial section during the "A" Class. "Jimmy" was popular with his fellow classmates and deserves the rank of a "friend indeed," because he was always ready to lend a helping hand. A thousand things with pretty looks, Made life enjoyable for Brooks. LEON CHALFIN FERGUSON SCHOOL BORN APRIL 30, 1910 536 W. DAIfII'HIN STREET "Lee" has been rather active in several fields of work. Although he did not receive his letters he was on the 1929 foot' ball team. He was a member of the Mathematics Club. He has also inter' ested himself in the German Club. He was a member of the Megaphone Staff in 1928. He was also a member of the Wrestling and Boxing Club. "He doesn't mean much that he says, because much that he says doesn't mean much." FRED A. CHIARLANZA THOMAS MAY PIERCE GRAMMAR SCHOOL BORN APRIL 7, 1911 2060 W. INDIANA AVENUE The best nickname his pals could End for him was one certain "Chuck," His activities at Northeast have been more toward athletic lines. Although he doesn't look like a boxer, he was a member of the Boxing Club. He was also a member of the Sketch Club, so you see he had an artistic eye. He also played on several interclass foot' hall teams. "You should be a detective" to find out what else this lad has done at Northeast. Incidentally the part in quotes is his favor' ite saying. If he makes as big a hit as his name Chiarlnnza should sure win fame. Page Thirty-.re-ven "WE ARCHIVES" LOUIS CHOYNSKI JAMES L. CLAGHORN BORN NfJVEMBER 3, 1912 2644 N. BANCROFT STRIQET "Chump" was quite a fast man around school during his eventful stay at Northeast. As a Sophomore we Hrst saw him on the track squad, working earnestly for a place on the team. ln his Junior year "Lou" made the team for which he was awarded his numerals. When 1929 came around, "Chump" was right up with the leading sprinters of the high schools and, for his excellent work, especially in the quarf ter mile run. was awarded his NE. Cross Country offered a new Held for his endeavors and in 1928 and '29 we End "Lou" on the hillfandf dalers team for which he was again awarded his letter. Such an athletic record is one to be mighty proud of and combined with "Lou's"' good nature, should carry him quite a distance toward success. When it comes to track and sprinting, "Lou" sels an awful pace, We only hope he stands the strain, In running life's long race. WILLIAM H. CONNER JAMES G. BLAINE SCHOOL BoRN Siavriamniaa 3, 1912 1812 W. 72No STREET "Bill" was one of three of his class of about seventy-five to come to Northeast when graduated from the James G. Blaine School. The rest went down Broad Street. Since entering Northeast he has been on the Service Club in 1926 and 1927. He was also a member of the Chemistry Club in 1929. He is a member of the Class Record Book Stall. He tried interclass baseball in 1929. He has been meritorious and distinguished several times. And for "crying out in the alley," as Bill would say. he hasn't been absent or late a single day since enter' ing Northeast. How long will he keep this record? What a man will Conner make Never absent and never late. NICHOLAS J. COSTANZO JONES JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL BoRN JUNE 15, 1911 2835 E. THoMPsoN STREET Northeast sure did get an endowment when the Jones Junior High School let loose "Nick" in 1927. Since entering Northeast his career has been one of varied activity. He is on the class Record Book Stall. He was a member of the Senior Prom Committee. He was a teller for the school bank, and Oh Boy, how the deposits increased! He both managed and played on the "A" Class football team, He was the manager of several interclass basketball teams. He was a member of the interclass swimming team in 1928. He was on the interclass cross country team in '27, He was on the track team in '29, He has been meritorious and distinguished several times. He was also a member of the Chemistry Club in 1929. Nick was known well around the school and has a host of friends who know what a really good fellow he is. To many questions, Nick replies, "My mother never taught me that, boys." Pagr' Tliirly-fight NORTHEAST HIGH-PHILADELPHIA ELWOOD G. DAECHE COOKE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Bmw SIiI"I'I',MHIiR 3, 1911 3906 N. DARIHN STREET "Daeche" is one of the few Architectural students of the class. He has been with us from the beginning and by hard work and undying efforts has stuck by us. His activities were limited because he worked after school and therefore he had to pass varsity sports by. However. he did go out for "C" and "A" Class football. He was meritorious in the "E" Class and his averages in his studies have always been good. During the "A" and "B" Classes he worked under the cofoperative plan for Mr. Milner and later for the Board of Public Education as a junior Draftsman. In the "A" Class he was on the Archive and Record Book Staffs. He has a 100 per cent attendance record and has not been late once during his four years at Northeast. This record will surely bring success a step nearer to "Daeche." Never absent, never late Keeps a man wide awake. WILLIAM D. COVERDALE, IR. JOSEPH E, HILL SCHOOL BORN Sieerifmmsa 19, 1910 243 E. GARRETT STRITIQT Sketch Club "F" and "G" Classes: cross country "H" and "U", Chess Club "F", Archive Correspondent "C" Class. "A" interclass basketball, member of the Record Book Staff. Let us introduce if at all necessary "Covey." the most easyfgoing. goodfnatured, wiselcracking member of our class, Wlieiievci' we see him, he is sure to be doing at least one of the above. "Covey's great work in school has made him one to whom we can look for a good piece of work that will represent his best. We are sure that he will make a name for himself no matter what field he may choose to enter, Smooth in speech and easy going- Seeds of friendship ever sowing. GEORGE L. DERRICKSON JULIA WARD HOWE SCHOOL I3oRN Discwicmiuan 12, 1911 7133 N. Baosn Sraisizr i'-lumping Skizzelf' you should have seen the dame I had last nite." Here he is, "God's Gift to Wtimeii," and now is it any wonder he was graduated from the julia Wzird Howe School. Since "Derry" has been at Northeast all the teachers have gotten at least two or more gray hairs. fPardon us Mr. Lapp.j "Derry" has been a member of the Service Club for four years. He has been the overseer of the Print Shop for four years and has been head of it for two years. He was treasurer of the Aero Club for one year, but he put it up in the air, on the Megaphone Staff in 1927, the interclass swimming team, 1929. the interclass football team in '26, and the Wit and Humor Department of the Archive. Printers' Ink makes millions think. So the saying goes, But nlumpin' Skizzeln prints all jokes And makes 'em laugh where'er he goes. Page Tliifiy-nine "WE ARCHIVES" ROBERT F. DILLMAN JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL SCHOOL BORN APRIL 14, 1912 212 W. NEIJRO Avmsun "Bob" was one of the most versatile members of our class. At times he was even lazier than our teachers and that's saying something, and again he was Ambition itself, personihed as is well indicated by his long string of Student activities. Besides being an honor student many times, a recipient of a Sen- ate Award, on the Student Council, Locker and Traffic Squads, Service Club, Lunch Room Committee, subfeditor of the Megaphone, Adver' tising Manager of the Archive, a member of the Record Book Staff, Engineering, Surveying and German Clubs, a School bank teller, and a member of the school orchestra for two years, "Bob" can boast of little else than his activities in the line of athletics. In sports "Bob" was on the "B" Class championship basketball team and assistant manager of the cross country team, receiving his numerals for baseball. ' To him who sees success ahead, Who mils to make his dreams come true, And to no failure bows his head, For him the sun will shine anew. HERMAN ECKHARDT BORN APRIL 22, 1912 7243 WALNUT LANE Eckhardt hails from St. Peter's Choir School, one of the oldest Boy Choirs in the city. He found an opportunity to give his talent expression in the Revues and in the Clee Club, and we can all surely remember his interpretation of Romeo in the 1927 Revue duet. Despite the fact that he worked after school, he found time for the Locker Squad, the Psychology Club the Glee Club. and the Mathematics Club. Pm Romeo o o o I'm jul I E E E TTmr . . . I I CHARLES WILLIAM DOWNEY JAY COOKE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL BORN FEBRUARY 4, 1912 5013 N. MHRVINH STRHIQQT In spite of our "Deacons" inferiority complex he made a goodly number of friends and was well liked by all whom he came in contact with. "Deac" was chosen for the Archive Staff but gave it up for his studies. He distinguished himself by being meritorious five times. He was also a member of the Sketch Club, In line of sports "Deac" was another of our classmates who repref sented the class in interclass basketball in both the "F" and Classes. Although "Deac" was not a member of the bowling team, he manifested a great interest in the ancient and honorable game founded by our Indian forefathers. "Ah! Make the most of what we ye! may spend Before we, too, into the dust descend." -Omar Khayyam. Page Forty NORTHEAST HIGH-PHILADELPHIA HARRY RENWICK FLYNN SIMON MUHR SCHOOL BoRN DECEMBER 30, 1911 6046 N. TACKAWANNA STREET Speaking of scholars, Harry was a splendid dancing girl. "Bridget" was a member of the Revue Chorus ever since he entered Northeast. After kicking around for three years, "Flynny" was given a chorus lead in the 1929 Revue and was one of the stars of the show. Being of the innocent, honest-looking type of fellow, Harry turned detective in his Senior year, giving the Locker Squad a good break and enter' prising members of the Crime Club a bad one. Besides these activities Harry has two decided assets that should win him fame in after life, namely a pleasing personality. and a Ford. Keep bumping and smiling along to success, Harry. Heel-toe-and over we go, What a graceful girl at the end of the row, Why that is Bridget O'Flynn you know. ROBERT IONES FINLEY JAMES CLAGHORN GRAMMAR SCHOOL BORN NOVEMBER 27, 1911 2360 N. CLEVELAND AVENUE "Bob" needs no introduction. He is well known by the student body of Northeast. "Bob" came to Northeast from james Claghorn School and has engendered a feeling of respect and liking in the hearts of his students. "Bob" was on the Locker Squad for two terms. During the same period he was a member of the Rifle Club. The junior year found "Bob" playing for his class in the inter' class baseball leagues. "Bob" need never dread the futureg his pleasing personality and selffconfidence will carry him through. Darkly handsome, dashing and daring, A true boy scout never fearing. a WILLIAM COX FRANK KELLEY SCHOOL BoRN ALICIUST 15, 1912 1841 N. NEWKIRK STREET "Bill" was one of the popular members of the "A" Class. He has played on the second football team. and was also a member of the track squad, thus showing that he possessed both brain and brawn, as he was a member of both the Record Book and Archive Staffs, con' tributing a good deal of literature to the latter publication. In recogni' tion of his literary ability, "Bill" was chosen to write the prophecy for Class Day, "Bill" also belonged to the Sketch Club. and was one of the few fellows to be admitted to the HifY. May he have the same success in his future endeavors. Many temptations fall in the way of fellows in their teens, But my advice to you is this: "Don't fall for movie queens." Page Forty-one "WE ARCHIVES" SIDNEY GODET JAY COOKE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL BORN DECEMBER S, 1913 5030 N. STII STRIIIIT "Sid" had an eventful career at Northeast. Scholastically. he is near the top of the list, having been distinguished from the "E" Class on. He was a contributor to the Archive, and a member of the Record Book Staff. "Sid" proved his dramatic ability by playing a major part in "Young America," the fall play of '29. He belonged to the Chess. French and Mathematics Clubs, being on the Program Committee of the latter. "Sid" showed that he was athletically inclined by playing center on the "A" Class football team. He also played interclass basketball. He showed his willingness to help others by tutoring Edwin Tremaine for one term. Keep up the good work, "Sid" See what love of study did In broadening our little "Sid," CARL GOHN WELSH WEST SCHOOL BORN DI5CIiMBIcR 27, 1911 1848 N. LEITHGOW STREET Carl's record at Northeast is a brilliant one. He has been on the honor roll almost every time, and is an active club member. Some of those which he has frequented are the Mathematics, German, Enginf eering Chess and Latin Clubs. Carl was elected secretary of the Gerf man Club, was one of the main cogs on the "A" Class football team, and also played interclass baseball and basketball. He proved his gymnastic worth by becoming a Gym leader and by participating in the GyIII carnival. Carl is also a member of the Record Book Staff. As quiet as a little mouse, As timid as the squirrels, As shy as one could be, and yet, What a man he is with the girls. MILTON GOLD MEADE GRAMMAR SCHOOL BORN SEPTEMBER 21, 1911 1823 W. COLUMBIA AVBNIIF "Milt" one of our commercial students applied what he had ab' sorbed in commercial class to the promotion of the Grandstand Fund when our faculty was worrying where the next nickel was coming from. His worthy ambitions to serve the school found him an active member in the Service Club. His interest in his chosen work was in the Commercial Geography Club. The saying is true, tho often told, Five out of live prefer Old Gold. Page Forty-tfwo NORTHEAST HIGH-PHILADELPHIA ALBERT GOLDSTEIN HORATIO B. HACKETT GRAMMAR SCHOOL BURN Ol1TlJBliR 24, 1912 2406 FRANKFORD AVENUE Cnc would know from just looking at "Al" that he was musically inclined. An appreciation of Hne music has had a great influence on his character. Moreover he is willing to give others the benefit of his talent, and he was often seen about the school laden with books in one hand and his violin case in the other. For four years "Al" has contributed to the entertainment of all by playing in the orchestra during its performances in assemblies and in the spring when the annual Revue was presented, We're mighty glad that "Al" came to Northeast and know that his chosen career will be successful. With strings at his fingers and bells on his toes, He shall have music wherever he goes. BORN Auczusr 21. 1913 Club. forthcoming endeavors. l l CLIFFORD GEORGE GOODRIDGE JOSEPH E. FERGUSON SCHOOL BORN MARCH 22. 1912 1919 N. MARsHALL STREET "Cliff" matriculated from the Ferguson Grammar School in Sep- tember, 1926. Since his becoming a member of the student body at Northeast he has shown a great ability in school activities and also in scholarship. "Cliffs" main achievement in the line of scholarship was his making high school in three and a half years. He was also on the honor roll. "Cliff" was in the Gym Carnival when that showing was given in 1927. ln the "A" Class he was a member of the Locker Squad. During the Senior term he was also on the "A" Class soccer team. "Cliff" was very quiet in class Nevertheless he managed to pass. Af A t.-' J HARRY GOODMAN JOHN PAUL JONES JUNIOR HIGH 1417 E. LUZERNI: STRUET A very shy young man is Harry. Not even his classmates know much about him, but, as is usuall the case when one gets to know hun he is very likeable indeed. If a fyavor is requested the answer is always "Yes" Perhaps his not being well known can be accounted for by the fact that he came to Northeast in his Sophomore year. Although Harry has not done much in the held of outside activities, he has been in several clubs, one of which was the Chemistry The class extends tO him the earnest wish that he succeed in his "Let not Ambition mock his useful toil and destiny obscure, Nor grandure hear with a disdainful smile, The short and simple annals of the poor." -Gray Q , ,Liv w t u C ' Ji :Taj , ' asa S' Q4-xt-491 s-, wi.--' '4 - vm .www ' A f,+:'t.' '-ll' 5-'viii ft S: Q? N51 7' 'I'-ir. ' 4 is 'fi1Q'IsS52?'4 'iifsaasiaesmr -sects... par.. ' txmztta.. sefagi as .tam .ss .. .4 Page Forty-thru' "WE ARCHIVES" II A ALBERT FRANK GRETT . SIMON MUHR PUBLIC SCHOOL S92 E. GoDFRnY AVENUE. CRliSIiNTVILLIi, PHILA. ' "Al" started early on his athletic career at Northeast. In his freshman year he played on the Freshman basketball and soccer teams and served his apprenticeship on the second basketball team. In 1927 he was a regular on the second basketball team and in 1928 was a substitute on the championship basketball team. In the "C" Class he was alternate and Megaphone representative. Great, gaunl Grett-little brainy Godet A Behind him Grett did set, A 70 for Grett, you can bet. 'S JOHN HARTRANFT JAMES L. CLAGHORNE GRAMMAR SCHOOL BURN FIEIKRUARY 1, 1911 2007 W. YORK STREET "johnny" while at Northeast took quiet and active interest in all forms of track work, His record in that line of endeavor shows up like this: Freshman year. Freshman track team: Sophomore year, numerals for track: Junior year, NE for track, cross country teamg Senior year, championship track and cross country teams. He was also a mem' ber of the second soccer team. Besides "Johnny's" being active athletically there is his scholastic record. He very ably wrote Sports for the Archive and was hence chosen to write the same for "We" Archives. He was Senator twice and a member of the Chemistry Club. For the class night exercise Johnny played the part of a presenter. W'e consider that this is in truth a worthwhile record. "Laugh.' Ah thot Ahd die!" ROLAND ALFRED HAGERMAN K JAY COOKE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL V I BoRN JULY 14. 1910 4648 N. MERVINR STREET "Rolf despite the fact that he has not indulged in many school activities, is well liked by his classfmates. He has always been admired for his peaceful and pleasant manner. The necessity of working after school has prevented "Rol" from being as active as some fellows. However. he was a member of the only club which meets hefore school, the Mathematics Club. We realize your situation, "Rial" and know you have the stuff, so we wish you the best of luck. A real fellow, I should say, Deserving heaps of praise, May your future hold a better fate Than did your by-gone days. Pagr Forty-four NORTHEAST HIGH-PHILADELPHIA THOMAS A. HARVEY JOSEPH C. FERGUSON GRAMMAR SCHOOL BORN Maiutii 23, 1912 2118 N. 7TH STREET "Tom" came to Northeast from the Ferguson Grammar School and has done admirable work in both scholastic and outside activities. The crowning achievement of his four years at Northeast came with his being selected to be the class Valedictorian for Commencement Night. "Tom" is one of the few who had been on the honor roll every time since entering school, being but three times meritorious and distin' guished and highest honors the rest. Harvey has been active in both the Bible Study Club and the Shakespeare Club-having been president of both these organizations, His classmates have further showed their appreciation of "Tom's" work by electing him Senator six times. In his last term he was on the Archive Staff and he was also elected Archive Correspondent for his section. When the Record Book Staff was announced he was found to be at the top again as Associate Editor. ln view of "Tom's" literary ability and picturesque imagination of the past the class chose him to chronicle the class history, which he aptly did. In the Bible Club he prays In the Class Room he dismays In the Archive Room he displays l What he knows of Worldly lays. CHARLES WILLIAM HER WIG JAMES L. CLAGHORN SCHOOL BORN FEBRUARY 16, 1911 2119 N. Zlsr STR1fizT Most fellows have not heard much of "Charlie," as he is sort of a quiet chap. However, one must remember that it is just those kind of fellows who spring up and become successful in this world, "Charlie" has not had any chance to indulge in school activities, because he works after school. One term, though, "Charlie" spent every spare hour and every last bit of effort upon study, thereby managing to have his fair name placed upon the honor roll. Keep at it like that all the time, "Charlie" and you'll reach your goal. Charlie my boy and his quiet ways Will be a great man one of these days GRANVILLE HELMLE KENDERTON GRAMMAR SCHOOL BoRN JANUARY 18, 1911 71 W. HILLCREST Avnrsiuu, OARMONT, PA. "Bud" was the Rudy Vallee of our class or words to that effect. His diinpled cheeks, cheering smile. and whining saxophone won popu' larity for him wherever he went and with whoever he met, especially the females. Naturally we could expect such talent in the famous Northeast Revues, and "Bud" didn't fail us for he was in the Revues of '27, '28 and '29, having a "lead" in one of the 1929 numbers. "Bud's Orchesf tra," composed of all "Northeasters" entertained us on our Washing' ton trip and their playing was enjoyed by all. "Bud" also was interested in chemistry a great deal, being an ever faithful member of the Chemistry Club and president of the organi- zation in his junior year. Such a popular fellow is bound to be a success in life. Saxophones were made to play, And players born to play them, But after hearing "Bud," I'd say That Fd much rather slay them. Page Forty-ffve "WE ARCHIVES" RICHARD EDWARD HENLE JAMES L. CLAGHORN SCHOOL BORN APRIL 7, 1911 2125 N. l6Tii STREET We all know "Bud" for his athletic accomplishments. He re' ceived one numeral and one letter for football, being placed on the All Public High team. ln swimming he received one numeral and two letters. and was elected captain of the 1929 team. In the National lnterscholastic Swimming meet, "Bud" placed third in the "5U'yard dash. In the wrestling tournament held last year, "Bud" was crowned cham' pion of the 147f15'5'-pound class. Being also a Gym leader, "Bud" was elected Senator Eve times, was on the Executive Committee and the Archive and Record Book Staffs, He served on the Revue. Senate Awards, "B" Class Moonlight. and Senior Prom Committees. He is also treasurer of the HifY. As a result of his prominence in activities. our "Bud" was chosen hfth honor man of his class, and received a second Senate Award. As sure as the hue of the sky is blue And green the color of grass, Thou alone among the athletes shall Stand out as the best in the class. ARTHUR WAYNE HOCH KENDERTON ORAMMAR SCHOOL Bmw Aw:ivsT 31. 1911 1311 Russett STREET With the banging of a piano "Art" entered our midst from the Kenderton Grammar School and has done credit to this institution of learning by his good work at Northeast. "Art" was a member of several clubs during his time at Northeast participating in the activities of the Latin Club, Chemistry Club, and Mathematics Club. He has played in the school orchestra for several years. When the hrst drive was made for the building of the grandstand "Art" again distinguished himself by helping the realization of this plan by contributing the necessary amount to be a buttoneer. He has also been an honor student. Quiet and so unassuming, Like a rose in summer blooming. HOWARD PAUL HOFFMAN BAYARD TAYLOR SCHOOL BORN Ai-alt 13, 1911 3745 N. 9TH STREET "Howie" earned his numerals early in high school days, making the Freshman cross country team. His athletic impulse did not burst forth again until his junior year, when he played interclass football. In his Senior year, "Howie" played regularly on the "A" Class foot' ball team, holding down a tackle position. We all know how "Howie" makes his Hddle howl, and how! Consequently, he was a member of the school orchestra. "Howie" was a member of the Math Club. Blonde, curly hair and blue eyes, 'Bout five foot eight in height, Ah, 'tis my conception, Of any "femine's" delight! Page Forty-.fix NORTHEAST HIGH-PHILADELPHIA WILLIAM HOGAN STETSON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL BORN MARCH 16, 1912 1911 E. FIRTH STREET "Bill's" activities have extended over a very wide Held. He has participated in interclass football, baseball and swimming, was manager of the bowling team, and also was a Gym leader. He was a member of the Chess, Bible Study, Aviation and Surveying Clubs, being success' ively treasurer and president of the last mentioned. "Bill" was elected Megaphone Representative in the "B" Class and alternate in the "A" Class. He was a contributor to the Megaphone, and a member of the Record Book Staff. He served on the "C" Class banquet, and "B" Class Moonlight Committees. "Bill" also was elected secretary of thc lnterfHigh School Science League. Good stuff "Bill", keep it up. "Bill" Hogan's name is in the mind, Of every senior in the place, 'Cause everytime you see him there's A big broad smile on his face. JOHN W. HORTON JAY COOKE JUNIOR HIGH sciiooi. BORN APRIL 1, 1912 4836 N. 9TH STREET john has always rated high scholastically, being on the honor roll many times. His main hobby is tinkering around with electricity, radios and autos: consequently, he was an active member of the Radio Club. He also belonged to Mr. Ziegler's Math Club. john was a mem' ber of the Archive Staff, writing jokes for that publication. He showed his athletic ability by playing tackle on the "A" Class football team, john has always been popular with his fellow students, and we hope he keeps up his good work. john, in your faithful old tin can, You'1'e taken many of us, And we hope that in your college days You'll have a better bus. WILLIAM N. R. HUGHES BOOTLE jUNlOR HIGH SCHOOL, LIVERPOOL. ENGLAND Boiw SEPTEMBER 24, 1911 S402 FAiRi-u1.L STREET Although "Scotty" did not enter our class until the Sophomore year he is looked upon as a full blooded Northeaster. "Scotty" came from Liverpool, England, and his H' English accent still prevails al' though he is now truly Americanized. He displayed some of his talent as an actor in the Revues of '28 and '29. His scholastic averages were good but his sport activities were limited to "C" and "A" interclass football. He was on the Archive Staff in his Senior year. "Scotty's" ability as a machinist is not to he doubted and he will no doubt ind suc' cess in this Held. We all know Scotty by his line, And shoes that bear the No. 9. Page Forly-srfvrn "WE ARCHIVES" ROBERT PAUL HUSTON JOHN B. STETSON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL BORN APRIL 18, 1912 2855 N. 4TH STRif1aT Bob made his stay at Northeast an active and a profitable one. He toed the mark scholastically. being on the honor roll a number of times, and keeping well up in his studies. In addition to this he cn' gaged in a number of extrafcurricular activities, being active in club and class work. The Chemistry Club received his attention for some time, and he was a member of the Senior Prom Committee. Bob also was on the Record Book Stall and is to be commended on his work in that capacity, Where brutes and football stars go wrong A little man can get along. WILLIAM H. IMHOF JAMES L. CLAGHORN SCHOOL BoRN JANUARY 26, 1912 3400 JuDsoN STREET Surveying Club, president: Chemistry Club: Locker Room Com' mittee: Senator "F," "E," "D" and "C" Classesg Alternate "B," On honor roll 19 times: manager Class football teamg Captain "C" Class football team: Record Book Staff: Chairman Senate Attendance Committee "C" and "BN: "C" Class Banquet Committeeg interclass basketball and Athletic Committee "B" Class. He who not even critics criticize is without doubt one of the most accomplished fellows in the class. His activities include everything. We deem it unnecessary to tell how active, howpopular and how busy a fellow lmb really was. Industrious Bill, with his great big smile, Is the type of Northeasler, thafs really worth while. I JOSEPH C JANELUNAS JONES JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL BoRN FEBRUARY 16, 1912 2716 E. ONTARIKJ S'rRi-.nr Joe started his career at Northeast by becoming a member of Gym team, 1927, and received Gym team numerals and letter in 1928 and 1929, respectively. Received the interscholastic championship on the flying rings in 1929. Received a scholarship to the Philadelphia Turn- gemeinde for excellence in gymnastics. He was publicity director of the Megaphone in '29, Member of Archive and Record Book Staffs. Member of School Art League and received two awards for zoo sketch' ing. Vice-president of the Sketch Club. He was a delegate to Phila' delphia Scholastic Press Convention. In the "A" Class there was not one fellow who worked harder and received less recognition than "Joe," His art work was of ines' timable value to the class. He drew every cover and many illustrations for the Archive. And without him this Record Book would have been an impossibility. So, on behalf of the class, we take this last oppor' tunity of showing our appreciation for his valuable services rendered and extend to him best wishes for the future. We don't know what Ioe's red tie meant, But we're sure it wasn't heaven sent. Page Forty-right NORTHEAST HIGH-PHILADELPHIA ROBERT LEONARD IOLLY SIMON MUHR GRAMMAR SCHOOL BoaN MAY 26. 1911 3240 N. 13TH STREET "Bob's" fame at Northeast lies around his activities and the good spirit he put into them for the sake of Northeast. He was reporter on Megaphone Staff. Alternate on debating team. Debating team 1929. Made the Gym team 1929. He was a member of the business and editorial staff of the Mega- phone 1929. Take a few handfsprings over the hard bumps in life, "Bob," and make your path easy. "For he was a folly good fellow In every sense of the word." WALTER EDWARD JONES SIMON MUHR GRAMMAR SCHOOL BORN FEBRUARY 29, 1912 2800 GERMANT-OWN AvitNuL "Walt" came to Northeast to receive the knowledge that only Northeast can give. All of us know why our swimming team took so many champion' ships. Well, just because we had some good swimmers like jones. He was a member of the interclass swimming team for two years and also became a member of the varsity swimming team for two years. Swim on, "Walt," and you will reach your goal. Walter was a nice young chap But she said he had no lap. IEREMIAH HENRY BRODE KEAN JOHN WELSH SCHOOL BORN JULY 17. 1912 2527 N. MARSHALL Smear "jerry" came to Northeast from the john Welsh School in 1926. He started his athletic career as a member of the second football team in 1927. In 1928 "Jerry" played on the hrst football team and was awarded an NE, and this year be was again out there on the field doing splendid work. "jerry" was a member of the interclass baseball, football, and basketball teams: he also belonged to the boxing club. He took part in the Northeast Revue in 1928 and 1929. "jerry" was chosen vicefpresident of the "A," "B" and "C" Classes. He was on the "C" Class Banquet Committee, the "B" Class Moonlight Committee and the "A" Class Executive Committee. Member of the Record Book Staff and Senior Prom Committee. He was elected the fourth honor man of the graduating class. Member of Archive Staff, and a participant in the Gym Carnival. Why did ferry wallow, in the Football mire and dirt? Next to his heartg he had Hazel, Writen on his shirt. Page Forty-nine "WE ARCHIVES" BERNARD RUSSELL KOENIG JOHN B. STETSON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL BORN OCTOBER 2, 1912 3445 N. "A" STRlcliT "Russ" made a fine record scholastically during his three years of service at Northeast. He was on the honor roll almost every time. being meritorious fourteen times and reaching the distinguished mark once. Bernard came here as a Sophomore and started off with a hang in the "F" Class, being elected Senator. He spent a great deal of time in club activities, being a member of the German Club, the Sketch Club, and the Engineering Club, and in the "B" Class he was on the Art Staff of the Megaphone, in which position he did some excellent work. "Russ" is a coming designer. "But each for the joy of the working, and each in his separate star, I Shall draw the Thing as he sees Il, for the God of Things as they A re. LOUIS KOOLPE JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL SCHOOL Boas JUN1: 12, 1912 5719 N. FAIRHILL STREET "Lou" set an exceedingly high scholastic standard during his high school career, gaining a place on the honor roll every time, and being distinguished and highest honors on several occasions. In addition to this "Lou" has done his bit in school activities. He was a member of the Wrestling Club for several terms and also saw service in the French Club. He was vicefpresident, and, later, president of the Latin Club, and went out for the football band in 1927. He isn'! so big, But he sure can do trig. R. Kipling OSCAR J. KUNKLE JAY COOKE JUNIOR HIGH scHooL BORN MAY 6, 1911 4827 N. Lawaiamzu Sriu-.i:i' Entered Central from Jay Cooke Junior High. Later entered North- east in 1928. Although "Junkle" entered Northeast rather late he has become a fullfpledged Northeaster as you may see-"C" Class football team, Radio Club, "C," "B," "A" Classes. Rifle Club "C" Class inter' class basketball, "A" Class. There is an old saying "silence is golden" but in the case of "Junkle," the two words are more nearly opposite than synonymous. But even with his talkativeness. "Junkle" has found time to be interested in athletics and take an active part in the club life of the school. He "shoots off" nearly every place- In the rifle club, and from his face. Page Fifty NORTHEAST HIGH-PHILADELPHIA GEORGE B. KURTZ, JR. JULIA WARD HOWE SCHOOL BORN JUNE 28, 1912 1330 71sT AVENUE George entered the portals of Northeast in 1926 from the Julia Ward Howe School. He started his career at Northeast by becoming a member of the Freshman track team in 1926. Although he went through school under difficulties, it did not keep him from becoming active around the school. He was a member of the Locker Squad and Lunch Room Com- mittee. He was on the Megaphone Staff. He belonged to the Mathematics Club and also the Record Book Staff. He was on the honor roll many times. The man after Mr. Ziegler's own heart. PAUL JOSEPH LACKRO, JR. KELLY GRAMMAR SCHOOL BORN OCTOBER 8, 1910 1611 NORTH DovER STREET "Lac" no sooner arrived than he got into Soccer and Baseball on the freshman teams. During his entire school career, 1927, 1928, 1929. he continued to star in Baseball and in Soccer. even acting as coach of the freshman soccer team for 1929. In the boxing club. he was runner' up for heavyweight school championship in 1929. He yet found time for activities on the "C" class banquet and Senior Prom Committees. Of baseball, soccer and fistic fame, The whole world knows of Lackro's name, He throws the bull, but plays the game. HARRY 1. LANCE H. B, HACKETT GRAMMAR SCHOOL BonN JUNE 12, 1911 2308 E. HAGERT STREET Harry had a varied career at Northeast, being at the same time a member of the gym team and also Class Poet. In his Sophomore year he was given his "L," and the next year he went out for the gym team, where he made the grade, and he was a member of the team until his graduation. Harry also belonged to a number of clubs, among which may be noted the Boxing Club, the Camera Club, the Rifle Club, and the HifY. He was awarded a scholarship to the Philadelphia Turngemeinde. He was meritorious a number of times, was on the "B" Class Moonlight Committee and in the "A" Class was chosen poet. On the linlrs it's stance: On the rings ifs Lance. Page Fifty-one "WE ARCHIVES" I EDGAR W. LANDENBERGER GEORGE CLYMER GRAMMAR scHooL BoRN APRII, 23, 1912 1213 W. I-II:NTINGToN STRFIET "Eddie" has kept up a high scholastic average since entering Northj east four years ago, and has been on the honor roll a number ol times. His activities have not been outstanding, but he has shown :I willingness to help out. and is well liked by all. With malice toward mme With charity toward all. HAROLD LANDOW JAY COOKE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL l5oRN APRIL 17, 1913 925 W. WYoMING AVENUE Harold was very active in school affairs during his three year stay at Northeast, especially in journalistic work. He was on the Mega' phone Staff for four terms, serving in every capacity from reporter to editorfin-chief. During his Senior term he did a great deal on the Archive and Record Book. III his junior year he went out for tennis, winning his numerals that year, and gaining the captaincy and an NE the next year. Harold was alternate Senator twice. He was in a number of clubs. and was president of the Mathematics Club. He was at least distinguished every report period, reaching highest honors a number of times. Harold wrote and delivered the Salutatory Address, and led his class scholastically. At tennis he was not so bad, But writing was his racket. JOSEPH A. LIVOLSI JONES JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL BURN OCTIIBFIR 24, 1910 3611 XVITTLE 51-RMT He began his athletic career by earning his NE in hasehall 1928 and 1929. A letter man in soccer for the year 1929. Received his numerals for soccer in 1927 and 1928. "joe" not only knew how to kick a ball around the held, but he also knows how to lay a ball down upon a howling alley. His good bowling made him an outstanding member of the howling team of 1928 and 1929. At bowling he's a striker, And he has a hefty kick, But when our ball team needs a hit "Dead-Eye" foe can turn the trick. Page Fifty-tiwo NORTHEAST HIGH-PHILADELPHIA BoRN Noviammza 3, 1912 3519 N. 11TH STREET "Lou" started his athletic career by becoming a member of the interclass baseball, football and basketball teams. He was ag Member of the Senate six times Member of Locker and Traihc Squads. Member of Archive and Record Book Stalls. Member Member Member cess" Recipient of Remington Company Typing Award. We hope "Lou's" string will play for him that tune called "Suc' in the days to come. l IACOB WILLARD LOUX 1 SIMON Mui-IR GRAMMAR SCHOOL of School and Revue Orchestras 1927, '28 '29. of "B" Class Moonlight Committee. of Service, Lunch room and Glee Clubs. Success to this quiet one, too, The steno that's known as "Lou." BENJAMIN LUBECK HORATIO B. HACKETT SCHOOL BORN JANUARY 6, 1913 5058 N. FRANKLIN STREET "Lu" was not slow in showing his spunk and grit for sport, for he soon became a member of interclass teams and in his hnal year he was a member of the "B" Class championship interclass baseball team. and the "A" Class interclass football team. "Lu" was not only active in sports, but also in clubs. Being a good mathematician he joined the club in "C" and "B" Classes. He was also a member of the Record Book Staff. Oh! to hear that mellow silvery voice, Is to have just cause for great rejoice. IOSEPH CLEMENCE LUCKE JOHN MOFFET SCHOOL BoRN SEPTEMBER 19, 1912 422 MASTER STREET "joe" more affectionately known as "J. Clemence" or "jake Lemons" was one of the most active and best liked fellows in our class and it is quite natural that these attributes won for him the ofhce of president of the "A," "B" and "C" Classes, which oilice he served in an admirable manner. joe was mainly responsible for the success of the "C" Class banquet, acting as toastmaster at that hectic affair, the "B" Class Moonlight and the Megaphone fwhich be kept on a paying basis for six terms with his more or less clever sports articles "Lucke Breaks."j Director of Archive. Sports Editor of Megaphone for hve terms, Senator seven times, chairman of numerous Senate and Class Comf mittees, varsity basketball l928f'29, 1929330, leads in Revues of 1928 and 1929, and in Senate plays of 1928 and 1929. Interclass champion' ship baseball Qcaptainj, cross country, football and basketball teams, honor roll, Chemistry, German, Bowling and journalism Clubs, repre' sentative at four interscholastic press conventions, leader of pep rallies, student assemblies, chairman of the Senior Prom Committee, etc. For this splendid bit of service joe won a Hrst and second Senate Award and was chosen second honor man of our class. False face doth hide What false heart doth know. Page Fifty-three "WE ARCHIVES" RAYMOND LYNN JOHN PAUL JONES SCHOOL BORN MAY 2. 1911 2859 KENSINGTON AVENUE "Bouncing" Ray was the mainstay of the Northeast Gym team for several years. and has been a member of the team ever since he entered the sacred portals. Ray is good on every apparatus, but his specialty is the mats, and he took second place in the Middle Atlantic tumbling championships. His efforts as Captain of the 1929 team were mainly responsible for the winning of the championship, and he also conf tributed a great deal to the victories in the two preceding years. "Ray" is the recipient of the Underwood Typing Award, and is a member of the HifY Club. His cheerfulness and wisefcracks made him popular with all. Though Gym was dreaded by most, For Ray it harbored no careg For he sprang from the mat With the grace of a cat, And floated like bubbles in air. CHARLES MALESON WILLIAM TILGHMAN GRAMMAR SCHOOL BURN MAY 6, 1911 2257 N. 16TH STREET "Charlie" is one of the class' quiet fellows. but he did a great deal of work. He was a member of the Sketch Club and showed some splendid talent in that organization. During his "A" term some of his artistic products were exhibited in the front hall, and they received a great deal of favorable comment. "Charlie" also went in for sports. and he was a member of the cross country and track squads. He was a member of the Megaphone Staff and later saw service on the Renard Book. He may be modestg he may be coyg But there are few artists like Charlie my boy. FRANK LeROY McBRIDE JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL SCHOOL BORN SEPTEMBER 28, 1912 7800 N. 16TH STRIZET Since entering our portals "Mac" has been a very active character. As business manager of the Megaphone he served well and was sent to Columbia, Pennsylvania and Philadelphia Scholastic Press Con' ventions. For his good work he received the Megaphone Key. For his hard work done in capacity as business manager of the Archive he received that magazines key also. Besides being a member of the Senate three times he was a Gym leader and a member of the former Traffic Squad. Clubs also fell in his line and he was a member of the Chess, Rifle, Shakespeare and Latin Clubs. He also rated high as a scholar for he was on the honor roll many times. "Mac's chief hobbies are poetry and women. His poetry is good. "How honorable ladies sought my love, Which I denying, They fell sick and died." Pagr Fifty-four NORTHEAST HIGH-PHILADELPHIA f GEORGE AGNEW McCAMMON JOHN B, STETSON JUNIOR HIGH BURN AUi1lTST 26, 1912 4075 COMLY STREET George's activities were conhned to scholastic endeavor as he was engaged in outside work after school and could not participate in any activities. He was on the honor roll Gve times. "A timid man has little shame" HOWARD McDOWELL JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL SCHOOL BoRN SEPTEMBER 24, 1911 315 W. GRANc:E AVENUE "Mickey" has had a more or less hectic career at Northeast divid- ing his spare time among girls, clubs, lessons Q71 and girls. "Mickey" has been a member of the and "D" Class Surveying Clubs, secre' tary of the Engineering Club, on the Traliic Squad and Lunch Room Committee climaxing his career with a position on the Record Book Stall. "Mac" is all wrapped up in drafting and should be a decided success in this Held. With a drawing board on the table, And a bow-pen in his hand, Sweet dreams of a dame are on his brain. The rest of this story is banned. LOUIS B. McQUAlDE JAY COOKE JUNIOR HIGH scHooL BoRN JULY 29, 1913 S332 N. 12TH STREET As "Lou" did not enter here till his Sophomore year we did not have a chance to see his prowess in athletics. "Lou" has excelled on the track and at cross country, being on the track squad in '28 and '29 and on the cross country second team of '28. In '29 he succeeded in making the Hrst team and has been a consistent winner since. He has done exceedingly well along scholastic lines being on the honor roll many times, He has been a member of the Locker Squad, the Chess and Engineering Clubs and on the Archive Stalf. "Disguise our bondage as we will, 'Tis women, women rules us still." Page I"if!y-five "WE ARCHIVES" HEBER 1. MILLER, IR. JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL SCHOOL BoRN APRIL 26, 1912 5715 MARsiiALl. STRMQT "Hersh" came to us in '26 and although he was not heard from the hrst year, he has since proved his mettle. Wliile serving as Senator four terms and alternate for two, he served his section well. In the "C" Class he was Archive representative for his section and because of his good work he was elected Megaphone representative in the "B" Class. In the "B" Class "Heeb" also served as chairman on the Moon' light Committee. He is a member of the HifY and served on the "A" Class Execu' tive Committee and Record Book Staff. "Heeh" also had charge of all hnances for the Senior Prom. To cap the story he was Circulation Manager of the Archive. In view of the fact that "Heeb" was employed in the sports dc' partment of the Bulletin and worked there every afternoon, his activif ties are to be wondered at. "He said but little, but did his bit." FRANK 1. MAX, JR. WILLIAM D. KELLY PUBLIC SCHOOL BURN MARCH 22, 1913 1626 N. 29TH STREET Max was right in the swim, holding a berth on the Championship junior interclass swimming team. He aspired to be a clubman beside. and philatclist as member of the Chemistry and Stamp Clubs. He is known for the efficient way in which he fulfilled the duty of supernum' erary in the Revues of 1928 and 1929. While thinking of his many cracks, l often wish that little Max, Would get the famous chicken ax. ARNOLD MORRIS ROBERT MORRIS GRAMMAR SCHOOL Bmw Novramuraiz 22, 1911 3033 BALTZ STREET "Moish" was the type of fellow who was willing to take a back seat and help his friends to gain popularity around school, but this benehcent phase of his character made him one of the best-liked mem' bers of our class. Among his activities, we End that "Moish" was a member of the Freshman cross country team, on the track squad in '28, and played on the "F" Class football team. He was also secretary of the Biology Club in '27 and sang in the Revue of '29. Quite an enviable school record, is our opinion of Morris' endeavors. "Makin ordinar occasions extraordinar aves the l H7 Y road to achievement. Page Fifty-six NORTHEAST HIGH-PHILADELPHIA RAYMOND MUEHLMAN JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL SCHOOL BURN Siaifriarviiiifix 6, 1912 710 KHNILWORTH AVENUE, OAKLANE During his iirst two terms in Northeast. "Ray" was a member of our class soccer and swimming teams. In 1928 and 1929 he played on the school tennis team for which he received his numerals. As a junior, Ray came into his own as a swimmer being the 100-yard dash man on the championship swimming team of 1929 and taking second place in his favorite event in the Public High chamf pionships held at the University of Pennsylvania. The 1930 swim' ming team found Ray to be one of its most consistent winners. in there all the time and helping the team to bring home another cham' pionship. Aside from this, "Ray" was an Archive Correspondent in his Senior year, an active worker on the Record Book Staff, a member of the Senior Prom Committee. and also in many clubs during his stay at Northeast. Ray's ambition and weakness is engineering and we wish him all kinds of success in this field. Who is that with the puzzled grin? Looks just like some freshman "bloke," Why that's only brother Raymond, Catching on to a Walt 'lanes' joke. GILBERT A. MONTGOMERY JAY COOKE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL ' BORN APRIL 24-, 1911 4920 N. ERD Sriofi-'T Upon entering our school, "Monty" centered his attention on the gym and soon made the gym team. Soon after he was on the Grandstand Committee and in '28 he made the interclass baseball team. Being interested in bowling he was pleasurably surprised when a bowling team was formed and he soon gained a place on it. He was a member of the Engineering Club and Archive Stall. "Cows may come, and cows may go, but the 'bull' goes on forever." JOSEPH S MOSS JONES JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL BoRN Diicriemiihil 3, 1910 2637 E. ALLIiiLliENY AVENUE "Mose" was another of the fellows that failed to start out with us but made sure that he graduated with us. His scholastic averages were always good and he was meritorious in the "A" Class. "Mose" and "Brooks" were two inseparable pals and where one was found the other was sure to he. "Mose's" activities in school were restricted to a few because he was wanted in the industrial world outside of school. His ability to handle electricity will surely find success for him in this held. "Ole Mase" Moss was quite a sleeper, His thoughts were deep, but slumber deeper. Page Fifty-srfwn NORTHEAST HIGH-PHILADELPHIA IACK E. NARDINI jAMES L. CLAGHORN SCHOOL BORN MAY 4TH 1912 2144 N. ISTH STREET ,lack has been one of the most successful men of our class. Being chiefly. highly successful in the journalistic and literary fields. His journalistic career began when he was Cofbusiness Manager of the Megaphone. He was elected as assistant editor of the Archive in the "B" Class and automatically became the editor in the "A" Class. Due to ,lack's untiring efforts in editing the Archive he was chosen as editor' infchief of "We Archives," this Class Record. jack represented the Megaphone and Archive at four press conventions. He was awarded the Megaphone and Archive key. Jack served his section as Senator Eve terms and alternate for two. He was placed on various Senate committees during his terms of serv' ice. There were such miscellaneous activities as Circulation Chairman on Megaphone Staff, "B" Class Moonlight Committee, Locker Squad. and a few clubs. What other spare time jack had he devoted to athf letics. Our class was but two terms old when jack received his "L", he was on the gym team for three years. -Iack's wiry physique brought him the l35f145'pound wrestling championship. he was also in the Boxing Club. In the junior and Senior years jack was found pole vaulting on the track team. In the interclass swimming championships he placed second in the diving event. Despite his many activities jack also managed to he on the honor roll a few times. jack's zealous work for the school brought him a hrst Senate Award. "He who does not tire, achieves." FREDERICK WARNER NOACK JAY COOKE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Boar: MAY 1, 1911 3951 N. PERCY STREET Fred did not "come to" till late and we had no chance of seeing his real powers. He became an active member of the Radio, Chemistry and Bowling Clubs. Although his athletic career was somewhat restricted by his work, Fred was on the track. and cross country teams, and played inter' class football. He was on the "B" Class Moonlight Committee and as a member of the HifY. he served as its secretary. Frcd's literary inclinations were shown by writings in the Archive and his work while on the Record Book Staff. "A likeable chap with plenty of snap And a way that is oft' hard to find, The kind of a sport that will never fall short Of the things which to him you've assigned." DOMINIC PONTERELLI SIMON MUHR CRAMMAR SCHOOL BoRN MAY 26, 1912 1013 W. Ourfuuo Srkifiar "Pont" was a very quiet sort of fellow, especially so in the Latin Class. It seems that his weakness was clubs. for during his school career he has belonged to the Boxing, Wrestliiig, Psychology, Spanish and Mathematics Clubs. "Pont" also played interclass football and hasehall. "Silence is Golden" Page Fifty-fight NORTHEAST HIGH-PHILADELPHIA ISADORE PINKLE HUNTER GRAMMAR SCHOOL BORN Ai-RIL 21, 1913 2214 N. FRONT STREET "Pink" was quite a "big shot" around school, having organized instructed. constructed ranges for, presided over, and competed for the once obscure but now famous Northeast Rifle Club. Despite his eagle eye and iiery red hair, "lssy" was quite harmless and one of the best' liked as well as one of the most intelligent fellows in our class, being on the honor roll almost every report period during his entire school career. Wliile still in the lower classes, he was quite an active member of the Fencing, Chemistry and French Clubs, having proved his histrionic ability by taking part in a French play while still in the "H" Class. "Pink" was also a faithful member of the Leaders Class before he was hurt in an apparatus fall and received his "L" when only in the "F" Class. He was a member of the Mathematics Club and in the "A" Class, was elected Iviegaphone Representative of his section which culminated quite an eventful and successful school career. "Dead shot" Pinkle with his fiery mop, Should mo-ve to Chicago and become a cop. ERNEST PR U TZER JAMES G. BLAINE SCHOOL BORN MAY 2, 1909 1419 N. CARi.ls1.i1 STRILIET "Ernie" came to us in '26 and immediately engaged himself in studying. but in the "E" Class he had an inspiration and joined the Surveying Club. Later his thoughts were absorbed in chemistry so he became a member of the Chemistry Club and in his last year we find him as an active member of the Engineering Club. "O, break his bonds of sleep asunder and rouse him." PAUL W QUIGLEY ADAIRBCHANDLER SCHOOL BORN Diecziamaiia S, 1911 3402 ALDINE STREET Paul has had a very varied and successful career at Northeast. He was thc coffounder of the Rifle Club and has served as the secretary and treasurer of the Chemistry Club and a member of the Cerman and Booster Clubs. He was the recipient of the Underwood Typing and Remington Typing Awards and was given a scholarship for excellence in Chemistry. Paul was the collector who Obtained the greatest sum of contribuf tions for the Grand Stand Fund. He was a member of the Record Book Staff. Paul's name appeared on the honor roll sixteen times. "Multum in parvo." Page Fifty-nine "WE ARCHIVES" JOHN M. RANCK JOHN L. KINSEY SCHOOL BORN JANUARY 22, 1910 6515 N. PARK Avuwuii John or "Tarzan" as he was affectionately nicknamed by his room' mates in Washington, is a silent little fellow who can develop into a regular "Tarzan" in action when the occasion so arises. Ranck was in back of all our class activities during his stay at Northeast, work kept him from participating in many of them. He did find time however to be a member of the Locker Squad and Engineering Club, and a member of the Senate during his "D" term in school. John's aim is to become a railroad engineer and we are sure that such a hard working fellow is bound to succeed. A noise of wheels-a chug of steam And in comes the 5:15 "Tarzan" Ranch is at the throttle Picking his teeth with a whiskey bottle. JAMES ROBINSON JAY COOKE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Bonn Juma 4. 1912 316 E. ROCKLAND Srnaiar "Smiling jimmy" with the musician's hair cut was quite a popular personage in the commercial group. and could "push a mean typewriter" for doing which he received a typing award at the Graduation Exer' cises. "Jim" was a devoted class athlete and found time to star on the "B" Class baseball team as well as run on the cross country squad and class cross country team. When Manager "Nick" Costanzo decided to organize an "A" Class basketball team, "jim" received the call and promptly turned up to toss a few in for the "deah-ole"'A"fClass." We feel sure that il "Jimmy" keeps on smiling he will be a decided success in life. "He can 'who believes he canf' THEODORE G. RICHTER JAMES RUSSELL LOWELL SCHOOL B-ORN MARCH 28. 1912 5815 N. 13TH Sriuim Ted is another one of our stellar lights. While at Northeast his activities have been many and varied. ln athletics especially. Rick shone brilliantly. As a Freshman he was a member of the championship second soccer team, the following year on the champion second soccer team, and in 1928 and '29, a member of two championship varsity soccer teams, for which he was given his letters. Ted is also quite a swimmer and received two more letters for his work on the championship 1928 and 1929 swimming teams. Rick has an admirable physique which netted him first place in the famed Megaphone Apollo Contest and the heavyweight wrestling championship of the school. As secretary of the "A" and "B" Classes, a member of the Sen- ate, numerous class and Senate Committees, the Record Book and the Archive Stalls, and on the honor roll several terms, Ted has proven a real leader in all lines of endeavor. The Northeast Club of the Uni- versity of Pennsylvania, realizing Rick's ability, presented him with thr club award for scholarship and athletic accomplishments. "Oh, it is excellent to have a giant's strength, but it is tyrannous to use it like a giant." -"Measure for Measure." Page Sixty NORTHEAST HIGH-PHILADELPHIA MELVIN ROBINSON ENTERED FROM JAY COOKE JUNIOR HIGH 8B BoRN MAY 6, 1912 408 Ruscoma STREET Entering our doors from the SB of Cooke "Mel" has become a very good student. He has been on the honor roll a number of times and also has been elected to the Senate. lnterclass football held his attention in the last year and he made the team. He has been a very active member of the Engineering Club and if his plans work out he may become an electrical engineer. "Mel" makes a great debater and "filibuster," as has been proved by past experience. "On one he smiled and she was blessed." LLOYD R. ROCHELLE KENNEDY CROSSAN SCHOOL BORN JUNE 24, 1911 7144 SHELBOLYRNE STREET ln February, '26. a little boy entered our portals for the first time who through his sparkling wit has become a very popular chap. "Roche" has been very active on the Megaphone as an assistant circulation managerg he has been a member of the Journalism Club and and now he holds the position in the Engineering Club. He has also been on a championship interclass baseball team. "He makes no soundg or, if he utter voice, 'tis but a low and rippling laugh." HARRY RUBENSTEIN JAY COOKE JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL BoRN Auuusr 1, 1912 1239 W. LUzERNE STREET Upon entering Northeast, "Rube" played on the "F" Class basketball and football teams. In the "C" Class "Rube" played on the football team. He was a member of the championship basketball team of 1929-30. In the "B" Class "Rube" distinguished himself by playing on the championship interclass baseball team. "Rube" was also a member of the 1929 fall tennis team, and also won the Consolation Tournament thereby winning a medal. He was a member of the 1929130 basketball team. Besides being athletically inclined, "Rube" also excelled in other lines of endeavor. In the "A" Class, he was on both the Archive and Record Book Staffs. He was also a member of the Journalism. Stamp and Chemistry Clubs. "Rube" was also on the Senior Prom Committee and on the "A" Class football team. A real athlete is this boy, And to his teachers he brought much joy. Page Sixty-one "WE ARCHIVES" JOSEPH SANTARONE JOHN MOFFET SCHOOL BoRN Dnc:iaMBr1R 9, 1912 1326 N, STI! STRMQT Since entering our portals, "joe" has been a very active fellow, being a member of the Latin and Spanish Clubs and then appointed on the Lunch Room Committee. In the literary line he distinguished himself by being on the Megaphone Staff as its circulation manager and also on the Archive S if C . H He held a berth on the "A" Class football, basketball and volley- ball teams. "At school we knew him, a sharp-willed youth." HENRY W. SCHILLING JOSEPH SINGERLY SCHOOL BoRN O!fTiJl3liR 10. 1909 1949 W. NoRRis STREET "Hen," we are sorry to say. was one of our classmates who left us for the wily enticements of the baser sex, at Simon Gratz High School. However, not being the gullible type, he returned to our steadier mooring after a year's lapse. He was one of the original founders of the German Club back in the 26's. "Hen" was also a gym leader, and partook in several meets. The boy went to Gralz, And no one knows why. He came back all lax, So lel's give a sigh. IOHN SCHMID SIMON MUHR GRAMMAR SCHOOL BORN SEPTEMBER 30, 1911 1305 W. LIPPINCUTT STRl',li'l' "Smitty" has been one of those quiet fellows from whom we seldom hear when we do it is usually for the good. He played on the interclass football team in '28 and '29, He received his numerals for playing on the championship interclass base' ball team. Cl b"Smitty" was also a member of the Chemistry and Engineering u s. "Give every man thine ear, but few thy voice" Page Sixty-ti-wo NORTHEAST HIGH-PHILADELPHIA WILLIAM 1. SHARP WILLIAM D. KELLY SCHOOL BORN APRIL S, 1912 "Shap" was another found he always carried a "Sharp" was more of the any of the varsity teams, hall during the "D" Class. in the "F" Class. He was Office Clerk-You say you over slept, how's that. "Shop"-Well, you see it was this way, there were eight of us in the house, but the alarm was only set for seven. HERBERT KENNETH SMITH GROVER CLEVELAND SCHOOL BoRN FEBRUARY 6, 1912 "Smitty" was another of the Architectural students of the class. He hccame popular when he played the xylophone in the Revue of '27, but even previous to that he played in Student assemblies in the Class. "Smitty" tried for varsity baseball and soccer hut the industrial world beckoned him after school and he had to let these sports pass hy. He worked hard along the lines of interclass football, playing on the ME," "C" and "A" Class teams. His scholastic averages have always heen good and he was meritorious in the "B" and "A" Classes. He helped to organize the Rifle Club in the "B" Class and was placed on the Rifle team in the "A" Class. His art ability was demonstrated in the Archive and the Record Book, being on both of these Staffs. "Smitty's" versatility is sure to bring success to him in life. "Plinlrely plunle-a-plank-a-plingf' Of xylophonists this bird's the king. of our class humorists. Wherever he was smile on his face and a pack of funny words. athletic nature, although he did not make he received his numerals for interelass hase' He was Senator in "H" Class and alternate on the "F" and "C" interclass foothall teams. He tried hard to make the varsity hasehall and basketball teams hut failed. In the HA" Class he was on the Record Staff and Megaphoxie and was Archive Correspondent. "Shap's" happyfgoflucky spirit is hound to bring friendship and success in all that he undertakes. 1756 N. 28TH STREET HAROLD B. SENDER SIMON MUHR SCHOOL BoRN JANUARY 21, 1912 1311 W. ALLLRLHENY Avumih Harold. otherwise known as Mercury, the famous Latin scholar proved himself to he such an astounding success in the dramatical linr that he was given a place in the cast of the 1928 Revue, incidentally Sender was the incense lighter in the Persian numher and when "Merc" started to H11 the hall with incense, he so completely overwhelmed the audience, that the next three presentations of the performance were greeted with a jammed house. Harold again proved his mettle hy conf trihuting some fine acting to the success of the 1929 Revue. Besides his activities in the histrionic line, Harold has heen an active member of the Latin Cluh. With such a start. it is reasonable to expect big things from this boy in the future. "He was the noblest Roman of them all." 3620 N. MERVINE STREET Payr Sixty-lhrrf' "WE ARCHIVES" LLOYD W. STEVENS SMEDLEY JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL. CHESTER BoRN JANUARY 14, 1914 121 PARK AVENUE, SWARTHMORE, PA. Steve is one of the elite few who have made the honor roll every term, a condition which may have been partly the result of his affilia' tion with the Mathematics Club, the rendezvous of Northeast's scholars. He found time for the Camera Club and interclass basketball as well, and, in the "A" Class, for activity on the Record Book Staff. The class's baby Scholar? Ma be- Y Al least, he tho'ght That he Was hot. JOSEPH SLIVINSKI HONER JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL BORN Auousr 25, 1912 4613 Daviarumux STREET Radio Club, Stamp Club, intcrclass basketball. "Peanut" is the cutest li'l' kitten on the keys. It is almost an impossibility to converse with a member of the opposite sex without being told what a nice fellow joseph is: he has a wonderful appeal for the women and he uses it to its fullest extent. A strange fact, that, being sbeik with the girls. he is still popular with the fellows. Although endowed with these prevailing character- istics, "Pcanut's" ambition is to become an electrical engineer. A sheile is he, but no "buttinski," He bears the name of Ioe Slivinski. i ELMER C. STOUFFER JAMES L. CLAGHORN SCHOOL BORN Novamasiz 22, 1909 1700 W. Noiuus STREET Gym team "D," "C" and "B" Classes. Art Club "F" and "E" Classesg "E" Class football team, "C" Class football team: Wrestling Club. Granclpop Stouf is one of the few actual scholars in the class but he more than makes up for the rest of us who struggle along. He is an athlete "par excellence." He is universally liked wherever he goes, especially Camden. Those who can count themselves as his friends are indeed lucky, because it is only when you know him intimately that you may get an idea of how good a scout he really is. Grandpop Stouffer is an interesting fellow As the girl in Camden could probably tell you. Page Sixty-four NORTHEAST HIGH-PHILADELPHIA CHARLES ROBERT TITTLE A A ' ' JAMES RUSSELL LowELL SCHOOL BoRN SEPTEMBER 8, 1912 300 W. NIAZIJRO AVENUE Bible Study Bob. the "BBB" of the class is one of the numbered few who actually got something out of his career at Northeast. Bob represented his section in the Senate during the "A," "C," "D" and "E" Classes during which time he served on various Senate Committees. Bob's faithful work in the Senate brought him the VicefChairmanship of that distinguished body. His sound political policy brought him the office of secretary in "C" Class, treasurer in "B" Class and same in "A" Class where he has served the class well. C, Robert is an associate editor of "We Archives" and was the Associate Business Manager of the Archive and a circulation chairman of the Megaphone. He was an active committeeman, being on "C" Class Banquet. "B" Class Moonlight and Executive Committees. He was in i the Revue of 1929 and portrayed the character of judge in "Young America." His club activities took into its scope. secretary of Bible Study Club, member, Locker Squad: Surveying, Math, Engineering Clubs. For meritorious work around school he was awarded with a First Senate Award. Along with Bob's outside work, he has a splendid scholastic record to boast of. Bob's popularity was evidenced when he was voted to third honor position. Be he an engineer, Or be he any less, He'll always go thru life With a soul that's truly blest. i. ,ii SAMUEL IAMES TAYLOR, IR. HACKETT SCHOOL BURN DEUEMRER 23, 1911 2357 E. ClIMBI1R1.ANI7 STREET It has been rumored about our balls that Sain owes the gym department such a large bill for broken equipment that he just has to leave this year. While at gym leaders' classes Sammy broke four parallel bars, ten ropes and one horizontal bar. Sam became such a good marksman in the Rifle Club that he was anxious to try his weight on the gridiron. Everybody knows the story. After putting all the second team out of commission, Sam landed a tackle position. Too much women kept Sammy from practice and hc decided to play with the interclass team, helping them to Hnish second. "He had a broad face and a round little belly, That shook when he laughed like a bowl full of jelly." RICHARD B. TO WNSEND 718 CARPENTER LANE Dick came to Northeast in 1926, equipped with a voice that had been cultivated at St. Peter's Episcopal Choir School, and immediately offered its services to the school. singing in the Revue of 1926, and in the Glee Club of 1926 and 1927. In '27, he was transferred to the new Gratz High School, but he came back to graduate at Northeast with the Class of '30, proving that you can't keep a good man down. He was an active member of the French Club of '29 and '30, He may be sent to Gratz, on the other side o' town. But he'll come back. You can't keep a good man down. Page Sixty-,hive "WE ARCHIVES" HARRY E. UHLER JAMES L. CLAGHORN SCHOOL BORN Ocromaa 15, 1910 402 W. MANIIIHM STREET Uhler has taken part in nearly every Held of endeavor in the school and has made good in all of them. Harry has been a Senator twice and an alternate twice. He was on the HA" Class Executive Committee aIId was on the Senior Prom and "B" Class Moonlight Committees, and both of these went over big. Harry, being a gym leader, a member of the Boxing and Wrestling Clubs besides being a member of our football team, has as well rounded a list of activities as any person could want. If Harry had a weakness it was love for the gentle art of sleep, and of course this is no sin. "Let the world slide on while I lake a nap, If anything happens just give me a tap." ANTHONY 1. VISCO SIMON MUHR SCHOOL BORN MARCII 3, 1910 3418 N. llTl'l Sraiaur Tony, one of the best liked fellows in our class, is the champion spaghetti wraIIgler of the state. A fighting man is Visco, for, not only did he belong to the Boxing and Wrestling Clubs, but he also was a member of the famous Rifle Club. Being the father of the class, he naturally took part in interclass sports and at times bowled over the pins with Mr. Ziegleifs bowling team. Tony's interest also ambled into the aisles oi Iiiatheiiiatics and psychology, and it has been rumored that Tony is writing a book on psychology. "An old man has come to lay his weary bones among us." FRANCIS JOHN WALUSH JONES JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL BORN Noviewmiaa 25. 1910 2624 E. ONTARIO STREET Due to the fact that john was compelled to work after school, he did not have a chance to participate in extrafcurricular activities to a very great extent. Walush, however, is the hnest type of fellow. and, with his encouraging smile, was in back of all class and school enterprises. In the "E" Class john managed to End time to run on the inter- class cross country team and was a member of the Senate in his Sopho' more year. Walilsh proved his ability as a scholar by being on thc honor roll several times. His cute manner and encouraging smile, Are bound to spell success after a while. Page Sixty-six NORTHEAST HIGH-PHILADELPHIA HERMAN WELSH STETSON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL BORN JULY 10, 1912 3512 "I" STREET Welsll. besides reaching the honor roll several times in his school career, played interclass football, interclass baseball and interclass basket' ball. He spoke French of a sort-the sort that gets you in the French Club, and was found sufficiently versed in trig and sufficiently interested in Engineering to gain a place in the Engineering Club. Welsh, you know, has found it outg He knows what trig is all about. ALEX V. WA TEKEI TES BORN JANUARY 13, 1910 1927 JunsoN STREET "Wzitty" entered Central from Mt. Vernon, February, 1926, later Northeast in 1928. During his sojourn here he made the "C" Class football team, wrestling team, Boxing Club and "A" interclass basketball team. Here we have a very quiet peaceful boy who never bothers any' one. Although he was only here this short time. Wzitty has taken an active part in some of the school activities and has created quite a number of class friends. We wish him all the success in the world. A big strong man With a great big smile And an easy going, quiet style. JAMES A WERMUTH STETSON JUN.OR HIGH SCHOOL BoRN JULY 30, 1910 648 E, TIIAYIER STREET James A. Wermiith, known as "Wc1rm," came to us a year late: however, he made up that year by his manifold activities, some of which were the Spanish Club fa topic of which he knew little or nothing aboutj, the Engineering Club QUAD and "BND, which is greatly inf debted to Wtmrm for his diligent work therein. He also was a member of the Record Book Staff. It was Wcirm who with the aid of another fellow or two, put the Engineering Club and its new work across. Worm found berth on the honor roll several times. His steady reliaf bility should carry him far. "Worm" may be only an engineer, But the whole class seems to hold him dear. Page S ixty-se-ven "WE ARCHIVES" ALBERT YEO JONES JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL BORN JUNE 13, 1911 2741 PACIFIC STREET HF" Class football: Class baseball: football squad in '27: "C" Class football: Rifle Club, Chemistry Club, Archive and Megaphone correspondent "A" and "BU: Record Book Staff, Boxing Club, "A" inter' class basketball, Executive Committee. From the above, list it is quite evident that "Al" is some club man. It is fellows of this type that keep the loyal spirit of dear old Northeast on the high standard, "Al" is a willing worker in the class and was intensely interested in all its activities. The Chemistry Club claims our "Al the Great," The man deserves a better fate. JOHN ZIMMERMAN HORATIO B. HACKETT PUBLIC SCHOOL BORN Al'RlL 24, 1912 2341 E. CUMBERLAND STREET Far transcending even his success in school activities land he has made the honor roll and Record Book Staff, and been active in the German Clubj, was "Zimmo's" appearance. How he could look-and talk. In the economics classes, he used to make his teachers look to their laurels in the held of oratory. If "Zim" keeps up as he is going now, success and the girls will be his for sure. "Zimmo is the man who won, The title, "Pride of Kensington." STANLEY ZERBY STETSON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL BORN FEBRUARY 17, 1912 2906 N. STH STREET "Stan," the little boy with the curly 171 hair and Grandstand Collecting Complex, was one of the most liked fellows in our class and a prominent figure in his section. Besides being chief grandstand collector of his section. "Stan" has been on the honor roll. a member of the business staff of the Archive, and a Megaphone representative. 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Q-if My 1- 1 5 I sa sf' N R- . 31252 'fn f' f-1 .f. " - - ul' , Q T 5 f C' ? .nf r 'af A 1' 4 ig wan? Q it 4 so , Yajn51q?'49: 'T E xxx I I' T ,f 51 si :iii 'Li- llie T 1 2 fff 4 1' 1' ?' 1 FOOTBALL 1926 UNDER the reins of "Gloomy Gus" Geiges of Franklin and Marshall College the football team took new life. Although the wins were fewer than losses, the season proved successful when the Archives downed Central in their traditional ame, 10f7. g The season started with Germantown, and the first half proved a rather inau- spicious opening, the "Lock Step Kings" from High Street leading, 13fO. In the last quarter, the Clivedens leading 13f7, the great Colehower broke through the line and blocked a kick for a touchdown. Brownstein missed the extra point and the fray ended in a tie. Other games that season were a victory over Southern and 2OfO and 17fO defeats respectively by West Philly and Frankford. The only representative from our class on the team was Johnny Boyd, who played tackle opposite the great Colehower. 1927 With only fair material on hand, Coach Geiges shifted Colehower to the backfield and the team showed a marked improvement. The season ended with the Archives basking in second place by virtue of a 33fO slamming by West Philadelphia. Leading Germantown 13f7 at half time, Gaumer and Adelman started heaving aerials around and the Geigesmen were fortunate in escaping with a 19f19 deadlock. Southern was completely outclassed, 27f13, but the fruits of victory were slightly rotted when Fred Masculi was fatally injured. In the battle for second place, Northeast pulled a Merriwell against Frankford, when in the last minute of play, Dietrich tossed a forward that Bill Saltzman, our quarterback intercepted and scored a touchdown. With the Archives one point behind, Saltzman missed the extra point, but the linesman declared the point in our favor on the grounds that a Pioneer linesman was oifside. 1928 The 1928 football team, under the able leadership of John Boyd, was somewhat of a disappointment. At the beginning of the season it was thought that we had fairly good' material, but due to many injuries and a lot of tough breaks, our team did not come up to our anticipations. Although they finished in last place, the fellows had a fine fighting spirit and deserved little of the criticism they received at our scantily attended games. The boys just couldn't seem to win a game, being beaten by one or two points in a few instances. We must always remember, however, that it takes a good bit more "guts" and spirit for the underdog to fight than it does for the victors, so let us give them the credit they deserve. 1929 TEAM SUBS Tony Oinkutis was captain. . 15 . ' -Zrumigg fwfr 2a:'af.,a.3 f gva ., 5 ,etffai n -w 5? 'J .glen l Q6 as si' bf- uf s FFS . its A ,JI , 3, ,J 'M 7 it r as 17 . . , Jr C- V-.2 +1 -.i....-i - rift ke e l if 6 EndS--HENLE, JACKSON Tackle-BEISSWENGER 5, , 'Tackles-Born, LEVIN Guard-UHLER 'fi Center-KEAN Back-PONTARBLLI - Guards-KBLLEHER, GERNEY fCapt.j Center-LENART 5? s Halfbacks-GOTWALD, POLLACK fCapr. End-SCHEAFFER Elect j FullbdCk'-WOLFROM r S'2,ttd7tCTbdCk--SALTZMAN oariaaasis Q-lam-4 scaaooi, at-naaaattasrasa Page Sixty-nine 0 lv mb FOOTBALL TEAM Iz1Sz11ly 71' ' X ' v i. aa 2-' il' gg y . .Q 5? it ii? by .VYQTI1 LL'-gi na? "'l S U- Ag ' 5 - Q.,4 - wg ...sag 5 . 'L X la 'si 4 ve 11- . z an DJ i G 1 f E Y' r 34:11. " i.. W 'S' if . ffl I -4" X iwagatmvr s S - f X 44'.f,? xs r 1.-ll I -. f 1, - X .1 ' 14101. ,L 11 i :.. xr: at 3 l T s f 3 1 3 I s 2 1. l 1 . X .. , 's- With only a few veterans back from the preceding year the football squad turned out for practice. In a week or two the vacant places on the team had been filled, these new men looked woefully small and light and it was prophesied that the team wouldn't be "much" The first game was with Camden High and what a surprise, for although we were defeated, our tea.rn showed itself as powerful and gave promise of being able to take care of all the league games. Our next game was with Southern High, the first league game, and the "promise" came true, with the score of 20 to O in favor of Northeast. The touchdowns of the West Philly game were limited to one and Northeast got that, making it 7 to O in our favor. Germantown was next beaten by the score of 20 to 14. Overbrook took a tumble to the tune of 20 to 6 and then the Gratz High game. Gratz, 6g Northeast, 0. Both Central and Overbrook had beaten Gratz by this time and we were left in a tie with our rivals, Central, for the Championship. The game ended with North- east, 6, Central, 20. Central first in the Public High League and Northeast second. This team deserves credit as does Coach "Gus" Geiges and Henry Engle, both of whom turned out the most mechanically perfect team in the league and one which proved it could make up in "guts" what it lacked in weight. After all it was a very good season for Northeast. The Archives beat both West Philadelphia and Frankford, a feat which has not been done since Coach Geiges took charge of the team. WRESTLING AND BOXING THE Wrestling and Boxing Club began to function in February, 1928, headed by Mr. Engle. After about two months of learning, practicing and training, the fellows were all ready for the Wrestling and Boxing Tournament. The big days finally arrived, the first day was devoted to Wrestling. TED RICHTER, Northeast Apollo, won the heavyweight championship. "BUD" HENLE, our noted swimmer became the middleweight chamf pion. JACK NARDINI, one of our well built gymnasts became the welteifweight champion. BAUER after a fast match walked off with the flyweight championship. The second day the Northeast boxers were given a chance to show their stuff. GEGNAS became the heavyweight champion. JERRY GERNEY, our husky football captain fought his way to the light heavyweight championship. RAY KRAUS, a fast soccerman walked away with the middlew-eight championship. BRIND became the welterweight champion. POLLACK took the lightweight championship. CIRELLI captured the featherweight championship. TALESNICK became the bantamweight champion. LAUER, the little wrestler showed that he also knew something of the art of boxing when he won the flyweight championship. The tournament was a great success, and the fellows who became champions of the different weights fought hard and well and they certainly do deserve to be called CHAMPIONS. JUL. J. 0 tio. iclgjazilsfifi I F ,I 1 iffjmeif S ' l '2 A if I . - i , Si . . .R- 'if ,ag ,gr 5 3 i r. f flier ' lil :X " 1 .1114 all ,Ax-:lj S' .. 3 iii 'Ili T251 . ll' 'a'.f2f ffivii' if Id", r I sa aa -...,.- .4 gl! fglv Qggil if w xi " URW M55 E'lE1Gi15'i 5flQ3ii32U5L3..,ii5il EQiljE5 gQ' g Page S efventy-one , w a .L a .Ei.. wearers nf the , Z - Li -.., - Harry Beisswenger Bud Henle Fvvfball Football, Swimming CCaptJ Jeremiah H0 B., Kean Harry Uhller Foofbau Football Page S ewnt y-Ifwa 5 s0V9lEfllK!flliUQlES 1 - F... .Ax f BASKETBALL ?a 57 if ' ,o. . Q ,a 4 nem2 'QI' -'ia .15 SEV' : Vg f rags? is T ,, ,Q 4 .' QA : F' 1 l'7,Ng .? s '3' 'Y ,riff 215 " . H555 f at sa S , if . A 2 'iw iaunaoovi if 1 f-Vi ' ! . :P irq. gf-Qc:-, PL i -I , .-Nas . is . 1 W fi, 7 f" 1926 IN THE latter part of 1926, Northeast lost almost every basketball game it played, but when February rolled around, the great class of January, '30, entered and immediately things began to happen. With the league standing 1 and 3, the Archives flashed a brilliant attack that swept Central, Frankford and Germantown, the defend' ing champions, and Southern off their feet in rapid order. With the standing 6 and 4, Coach Herz,og's team met West Philadelphia in a game that would have caused a triple tie, but Zahn, Nicholson and Zehyer of the Speedboys had a good afternoon and went home with a 43-17 victory over Captain Botkiss' team. 192621927 Coach James L. fSmiling jimmy, Thornton took over the reins as basketball coach in our Sophomore year and brought the silver basketball trophy to Northeast for the first time in 10 years. It was practically a veteran five: Alex Weinberg was Captain and paired off with Gummy Pearson at forward. Lou 'LStretch" Erb walked off with all Public center honors that year and Howard Colehower was guard. Coach Thornton had dimculty in finding a running mate for Howard, but after the George School game, McCullom clinched the position outright. The Thorntonites again were tied for tirst place when Southern handed the speedboys a neat drubbing and Northeast showed its appreciation by handing Southern a 28f24 shellacking. Then came that memorable March afternoon when every nook and cranny of Shallcross Hall was crowded with excited humanity. Western was making its last bid for the cup. Starting off in rapid fire order, they ran the count to 9f1, but the rally was short lived. In the second half, Alex Weinberg tossed in a field goal from midffloor, Pearson arched one from the side and all with a minute of play, Erb took a shot off the backboard and Western was beaten and completely routed. The quintet was com- posed of Pearson and Erb, allfpublic first team forward and center, Howard Cole- hower and Captain Alex Weinberg, second team allfpublic forward and guard and 19274928 The Arena Corporation graciously allowed all Public League games to be played there in '28 and probably cost Coach Thornton another title. West Philadelphia and Germantown handed Northeast successive defeats on the new court. The Archives then essayed a comeback and trounced Overbrook, Frankford and Central in succesf sion, but in the final game of the season, with second place at stake, Northeast lost a 33-32 decision to Southern and there was a triple tie for third position. The out' standing players were Captain Colehower, Klock, Lulejian, Gross, Furtek, Walcott 192821929 Northeast won 20 out of 21 games last year and established itself as one of the leading teams in the cityg the only setback was received at the hand of our jinx, West Philadelphia, in the first half of the season. It was commonly dubbed the "team of allfscholasticsf' Captain Daykin, Lulejian and Kulp were given first team mention and for the sake of variety the experts shifted Stan Furtek and Daut to the second allfpublic. McCullom, a Sophomore. and Cohen. I ' ' V ' 'T gljnfueiggi ffmifif iff..-.,..E..d P-"n'V-li -e W 1 I 1 l . h I2 ' 1 .J V Q W - . 5'. f rg' 'v i e? A 'i s .ie fl" sf. flgffrig tl p . iv Q iff . ' v . 3-ri 5. . With the playoff date practically arranged, as there was very little doubt of West T5 Philadelphia losing to Southern, Northeast beat Germantown and the Southern quintet :ggi turned the tables and the Hackman five and Northeast clinched the trophy by defeating " . the Clivedens. 1 L oaiarasr swiss-1 sea-iooa, at-ziesagaarass Page Seventy-three Eearers uf the 39615 joseph Livoilsi Paul Lackro Soccer, Baseball Soccer, Baxeball John Boyd Ted Richter Baseball, Football CCapfj Soccer, Swimming Payf' Srlzwzly-fozzr I, ,ix viz! h V! VA N sei S L' cf' 5 v 4, YB 0163 k J MK 5, if 'EQ' is-f l J-Qui -2 ages L 5 ? I Q? 'ire T 6 U ls df if 'S - ' '30 -. 'WF N ? J db MJ X'-XX fi' X eowgjlllffm UWIES K fn af " BASEBALL I 926 N0 CHAMP10Ns but all fighters th1s slogan typical of fightmg cards may well be appl1ed to our baseball team It seems that every t1me our Harry Snyder molds a formldable mne together some school has a crack pltcher and the Archlves become also rans In 1926 Northeast fimshed runner up to West Ph1ladelph1a The Speedboys had Mort Strauss now of Lehlgh p1tch1ng and 1n the first game l1m1ted Northeast to one scratch and 1n the second encounter the garnet two needless to say Northeast was blanked by th1s superfme exh1b1t1on of fl1ng1ng Frank WC1SmdH h1t over 400 and was rewarded by belng elected Capta1n 1927 The West Ph1ladelph1a jmx was st1ll chas1ng the Snydermen 1n 27 The Archlves flmshed fourth but they were only out of first place by two games The final standmgs rested on the outcome of the West Ph1lly game and as usual It was a thrlller Our mound ace johnny Zimmerman opposed Hal S1nnerford and the Archlves were lcadmg up t1ll the Hnal round when johnny recelved some bad breaks and the Speed boys won out The other defeats were suffered at the hands of Central The Mlrrors had Smoke Ball Thorpe a dusky doodab who later recelved a tryout w1th Hllldale and had worlds of speed and the old adage you cant h1t what you cant see held true Some of the notable v1ctor1es were scored over B111 Dxetrlch and Frankford 1 928 Northeast once agam had the best team ln the league but thexr champronshlp hc pes were forled by the lackadalslcal attltude of the players The Snydermen also rece1ved some tough breaks as test1fied by the West Phlla delphxa game The score was t1ed clear up t1ll the seventh 1nn1ng when Frankle Klock the best outfielder 1n the league fell 1n a shell hole and broke his leg In the absence of our coach and br1ll1ant flychaser the Speedboys won out ln the 10th mmng 2 1 Sossdorf won seven games on the h1ll for the Archrves and p1tched good ball all season He l1m1ted Overbrook to two h1ts but 1n th1s part1cular game Shandeleman the Hllltopper only y1elded l h1t Paradoxlcal as It may seem Bernardo a speedster walked and scored w1thout a smgle h1t Bob Cllley was all publ1c first baseman as were Murphy and Klock One of our classmates who left 1n the Junior year Speedy Maran was a star outfielder and was awarded h1S letter 1 929 Northeasts baseball season was merely a ser1es of ups and downs for 1929 The Archrves had a falr ball club but there were too many Dletrlchs Wllsons Jacksons and Glazlers on the p1tch1ng mound for the opponents to make out The outstandlng event of the season was the 15 7 defeat of West Phlladelphla 'Tll1S phenomenon occurred very few t1mes 1n the hlstory of Northeast and prevlous to th1s the last v1ctory was ten years ago Wh1te Gotwald was the leadlng pltcher wh1le Paul Lackro and Johnny Boyd our classmates dlvlded the catchlng honors The team was composed of Gotwald Boyd and Lackro as the batterles McCabe MacDonald Davxs and Al Daykm were seen around the rnfield The flychasers were joe L1vols1 another one of our classmates jarmmg Kovolsky and Kulp rl' df am: QV f f 'x 'EF l sv J 'dl Q' it Nr J 1 .TB ff' Cin fr Se 11"-""' 'if ofzfg i J ARE ggi' IEE ' uf, loaasasffesr smears swoon at laaamttarxsa xx fll' 1 Qt a:'l'f ' -1 ILL EEL - W 6 E :", ,xxs.,,.. ,' ' . -fx Jviwis 512 N- '- Q f : '. 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' xp 2 1 CROSS COUNTRY 1926 THE YEAR of "One Thousand, Nine Hundred, TwentyfSix," found Mr. Reichelt confronted with the situation of building a team from a squad with one veteran, Captain Kramer. In spite of this handicap, we made a good showing. The first team finished in the runner up position, and the second squad won the championship. Yust and Moore were the Ends of the season. Moore started the year by winning the Novice Race, and from then on was always among the leaders. If it had not been for these two boys, and Kramer, we would have occupied a position much further down the line. 1927 This year started a string of Cross Country Championships at Northeast. The coaching position left empty by Mr. Reichelt, was well illed by Mr. Coates. The team which was made up of Captain Yust, Schaefer, jackson, Federoff and Wudyka, went through the season undefeated. In the Novice Race, Schaefer, jackson and Wudyka, occupied the first three places, the former creating a new record for the course. Roland of Germantown, beat Schaefer out for first in the final race, but we obtained a much lower score than the other schools. The second team and Freshmen also came through, making it three championships. 1928 Another new coach was found at the reins this year. Mr. Coates was sent to Southern, and Mr. Schneider was appointed his successor. Schaefer, the flash of last season was captain, and with Mullen, Koenig, Federoff and Landis turned in the sec' ond straight crown. The only defeat suffered by our team was in a triangular race with West Phila' delphia and Germantown, the latter winning the victory. In the championship race we redeemed ourselves, and produced the best score. The second team made up of Dippel, Allen, Baer, Cole and McQuaide, also won in their division. 1929 Mr. Odgen was the fourth coach the cross country team had in as many years. With only two lettermen, Captain Federoff and Wudyka, and one second team mem- ber back, the new coach built up a winning team. Very early in the season, Federoff received a stone bruise on his left foot, and was unable to run in the P. P. H. S. Championship Race. This did not discourage the squad, but made them fight twice as hard. The final race was won from German' town by one point, who had defeated us in a previous meet. Wudyka, McQuaide, Cirelli, Choynski and Starovak, were the first five Red and Black men to finish. Not to be outdone, the second team won their crown for the fifth consecutive time. We were entered in the Central Invention Race, for the irst time, and brought home a beautiful trophy. uoasmmss E-IEQEE-I 359005, BBQ-namnliwfw Q 4 .Z l MTJIX 3 M11 N95 M. A v 4 Sri' l'f8tll'A'hE S f: PW . 'E A . 'T' 5 . I ' ' . . 4 eff Fl. Je.,- -f hi-fill " 2 21. 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The team was made up of such stars as Ringler, Gehman, Freundt, Kiesling, Walters, Schneider and Althouse. Two of these boys have established new P. P. H. S. records. Ringler has made the highest average ever obtained in fancy diving, and Freundt has reduced the backstroke time by two seconds. The competition in the league was very strong, and when the season was over, Northeast, Central and Germantown, were deadlocked for the crown. We showed our supremacy in the individual championships however, leading the field with three first places. 1927 Due to the transfer of Mr. Reichelt to Simon Gratz, Mr. Coates, a new member of the Gym Department, was appointed coach. This time without any dispute, the championship was ours. We won every meet in the City League, and finished a close second in -the University of Pennsylvania Interscholastic Meet. This team also had its recordfbreaker. The relay team made up of Freundt, Kiesling, Gilmer and Pheiiler, did the feat by defeating West Philadelphia in a hard race. Ringler retained his city title and won in the U. of P. Meet, for which he FY -i 1 9. Q r Q . J V 1 r i 'fl ' ei as .xx- ff if 6 ' 4? ll lf T i J, : 'K received the honor of National Interscholastic Champion. Our backstroke star, Freundt, . -g ,,g ' 1 5 was rated sixth in the country. This is, without a doubt, the most notable swimming 'lljlfqfg team in the history of the school. itil . 5' Q. Mr. Schneider, who swam for Northeast in '23, and is now a gym instructor, 'lj filled the vacancy caused by Mr. Coates being changed to Southern. He proved to 713351, be an able coach, and guided the team through a hard season to another championship. Qfigfff '11 'W " . Vt Q4 West Philadelphia, who finished second in the league, gave us a hard tussle -Ev' for Hrst place. Both teams had gone through the year undefeated, and opposed each ,,?"'Mfs, ..,..5 A , other in their last meet. When all the events were over the score was tie, but in such V ' l g, a case the team winning the relay race is entitled to the meet, and that was Northeast. ' 'T Captain Freundt, had his usual good season, and won every race with ease. Two s new stars appeared on the team. Dippel, who won the breast stroke, and Henle, who was first in the fifty yard dash. Other contestant point winners were Schneider, fgjl Y Richter, Muehlman and Boardman. -L Q l -. t 1 "qi 2 . X 'qt A i i 6 F , X n L U -D 1 U'-it .d p W , l-..FsQUEl2li1'iH mst slssaa stlsaooa, sg,,:QaAtstQ.Ei,xgiaffs:-ggi Page Seventy nine ' I -. ... ,"'X7 r. -3- ,lin lx XII, l' Ln ' ' . a .-1 If' W X v 'v 1' W I 1Y'K,1 ugh! Q' JI Mx., kit!! x.v.,43I. 1.4, J.:-'-'Ty . .in-:,1'S'f. 1f""i':f'L: Q 37.4 un 'Si' if L. -W 'ff FFFTFUFWQ !",.yQi 1 kfffN5'i ,af 52,439 W' .H gk- T fi XL -Fifi' 'L' gl . 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At the Penn Relays our string of victories was continued to four straight. Mar' tin, Symons, Stewart and Cantley were the boys who brought the Red and Black home first. Southern was the Hrst one to become our victims in the dual mats. The other schools followed suit, and by the time of the City Championship, we were the favorite. This assertion proved to be right, and we walked away with the laurels. The final scores were, Northeast, 58, West Philadelphia, 35, and Frankford had 19. We made points in every event, "Bob" Stewart, gaining 12 himself. "Bob" won both hurdle races, and was fourth in the high jump. Our other first place was Colehower in the shotput. Some of the needed points were scored by Martin, Schaefer, 1928 This year was a repetition of '27. Mr. Odgen found plenty of experienced runners in the group that reported for the team, and rounded out one of the best in Pennsylvania. At the Franklin and Marshall Interscholastic Meet, Northeast, because of a mistake, was entered in the Prep school class. Competing against fellows who were older and more experienced, the team returned home with first place by two points. This shows what kind of a "fighting bunch" as Mr. Odgen called them, we had. Running true to form, the team won all the city meets. In the final champion- ships we gathered more points than the second and third teams put together. We had 67 points, while Frankford only had 28 and Germantown, 26. Some of the outstanding stars were: Captain Steir, Block, Colehower, Hill, Jackson, Wudyka, Schaefer, Cantley and Sonneheim. Block made a new P. P. H. S. record in the century, covering the distance in 10 flat. Many new men appeared in the scoring column, some of whom were Daut, Cole, Hartranft, Lulejian, Ensslver 1929 Mr. Ogden, who had coached the track team for eight years, accepted an offer from Temple University. The vacancy was filled by Mr. Thornton, who proved to be an able successor. Starting where Mr. Ogden left off, he continued the string of championships to four. At the Penn Relays, a quartet made up of Block, Sonnheim, Enssler and Schaefer, won the city high school race again. Out at the Swarthmore Interscholastic, we lost by 1f6 of a point, the score being George School, 26, Northeast, 25' SX6. The team made up for this by winning high school division at the Franklin and Marshall meet with 61 points. In the city the other schools could not offer any opposif tion, and at the end of the season we were away out in front. The final results were, Northeast, 52g Germantown, 26, and Southern, 23. Sigmund, Steir and Bythiner. and Federoff. . M- -V iriia 162:55 1 V' il ' . X V .1 . A ug' . 1 EG' 13263 04 h U sisei 25353 4 as F3 x -f 5 , inf? l ,ft a f .A 4: f 3 swag CMQQQ fra ' 1 ' D' 51,531 52,24 tiara t i l. 'F gifs 1131331 ri L Block and Schaefer were both double winners in the championships. The former 1 -. V 35 , won both the sprints, and the latter, the quarter and halffmile. Our other first places -' 1 Kg if "'f' were made by Lulejian in the shotfput, and Wudyka in the mile. Some other boys ' if who scored are Sonneheim, Herbert, Federoff, jackson, Cole and Daut. l The men in our Class who ably assisted the team in winning these championships were: -fr if gARTRANFT 3 Alyffige and M Mile 5 WAN 511: HoYNsK1 ' 'P gg , COSTANZO V: Mila 'Q lf, Q NARDINI Pole Vault and Dash ' E 1' fb 'E ff - , Noam sf-ass swiss scsaootl sgf1msas,iEaamss.,., , , , Page Eighty-one x. I If E E K :, 4 EY? 1- 7. F'-. .'7f4'?,'4-1.22-V Q -7' 'P ' '4 N '1"1':,1--'Ml'-"I f' A y 1 i , - - V - N fu- '-flaw ,. W' 1'-: 5' J ' ' -U --4 ' 1' - 'L "' ' A- '1T:?'f" Y v. J , 1 . , . , r. , . fd . ff' x f. 'A 15 mf 1. .--- -'N ,- .xv , ' ,. , I -f ':l LL 55- -' -' " -. -'-1 ,I 4-1 as Q51 ff' f: L - Q- Ly, 1. 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J , J- nl T , LQ at f f ea Q, , ' 'S ., it ,,: 5 w v If ts ' 5 SIL' . . if 5 "KO ., T M- z 5 X ... -.......l xiii .- a i as r ,.. X f L K? 0 l ,A I E A ff, :N x. - ul, ' I , ,f if V'-" X X 7 1 'ff A i- vi5:9lR.ctn4nWIEs -fri 7- 'C .' f Sy ,. X R Y.. '1 "" A : .' Ei? g be' Vx ' 2 2 1 la.. ' : ' 3 5' 'limit' 'H 1 : fi: 1 ' fnummnnifnf T ' , T' A THE GYM TEAM THE GYM TEAM, sad to relate, has never taken a healthy grip on any class as a whole, our class it seems has not been an exception to the rule. Out of our class of some 150, there were only these ten fellows who aspired for the Gym Team: Ray Lynn, Captain, Janelunas, Lance, Nardini, jolly, Montgomery, Balen, Stoifman, Schillf ing and Satauifer, Up to the time when Northeast was pillaged of students and teachers, amongst whom was the "long to be remembered" Mr. Zwarg, we had little trouble in running off with the championships every year, by a large margin. His absence was felt by Northeast as strongly as his presence was felt by Gratz High School. The following year the Gym Team was coached by "Bob" Coates, who managed to turn out a championship team. On the ensuing year this team was guided by "Snitz" Schneider, who also managed to win the championship, over Gratz, and the "edging up" VVest Philly Team. The years following our leave should give rise to such undergraduate men as Schneider, Jenkins, Stotz, Saylor, Boardman, Ranck, Lawrence and Schuck. We will mention in detail an account of our last year's team and its conquests. . 1930 by Ray Lynn THE 1930 Gym Team was quite a success, as usual. The men have surpassed their former buddies in deeds and strength. We, as a team, only hope that in the future, Northeast puts out greater Gym Teams than this one. Its notorious career was continued by meeting West Philadelphia at West Phila' delphia in December for combat at the beginning of the season. The great Maximilian caused the Black 10 men much worry, but we won. ' We conquered Then tricks went placidly for a while until Central High School invaded our domain with Captain William Stevens, the Aristocrat, at their lead. They fought like Spartans but 10 Black men vanquished them. We conquered During the month of January, 10 Northeast men dressed in Black tights hewed asunder, Simon Gratz, Southern and Overbrook, respectively. - We conquered Then one dreary day, 10 acrobats left for Frankford High School. There was a mighty horde at this meet-mostly feminine. Assuredly 10 Black men worked like demons. So nonchalant at deed, so impassive of face that they received a greater ovation than the home team themselves from these beautiful women. I had to admire these 9 Black men. ' We conquered Precious moments sped by out of the sweetest chapter of our life. The nemesis was following us-Graduation. Team disassembled-Good men eliminated-Confusion. The Interscholastic Meet in February! They wondered, they feared, but they never doubted. There were 10 Black men in that great meet from Northeast. They accu- mulated too many points for their side, so- Northeast is Interscholastic Gymnastic Champion for the Sth Time. We conquered On behalf of a team who worked for you and for the joy of doing their work I ask you to pay silent tribute in years to come, to the following men, by an occasional reminiscence- P. SAYLOR HARRY LANCE W. LAWRENCE JOE JANELUNAS Is it O. K., jack? , aoaamaasr easel-as-1 swoon, sa-:Hmmm WX 1 ' ' ' gs: IV . . 8 it if sri if as -' i ffiai 5 , '1 Ls 1 5.2. 9 I 'Ji E. I KE-4 A Ji ra ., er T ,QVC Vx if' A' ,A , 1, .e-5 ff ,L Eiliiia ,gs Q . gzip, ' . x as i E... J 2 I .ss . X 'err Q . gin' u. as I3 e - -e N- Vs- 330- Page Eighty-three is TENNIS TEAM Page Eighty-four :J at C E: rz O U-I I- Cf f rn L I :- nc nd -at 'II ,-I I L GARROD ICQA LANDUW, MR AROLD KH Km In Mx. "Tux N MVEHL ghl: 'RAY Ri Left to if-f'ii1?, aamsa esaag .9 A 'E l QJX. eff s S i r, I .- . lgg : PL Q - 4 JFUEQ ' ' 'Psa .5 12-:iii Q. " J, - -. g l fi Q , 1, by "ml gy, l QEWQQ c i. ' A ' . , 78' v5J32, ,'f as 2 . Fil V .Q l ........-, Y- X xx l ,Qi " , X X ' ' f 1 4 51711. '. , ll . , Ir Y 1 X f- :',. 5' 'Q ' I " f N R ' I S E .: rf, .,-N 1-K: N Q . " ' x, A QA tomfamvg TFIEINIINIIES THE STORY of Tennis at Northeast is not a particularly amazing one and the record of Northeast teams not especially brilliant. However despite the fact that this, our Alma Mater, is not situated in a tennis playing district, and despite the fact that the sport has been considered as too gentlemanly to some of our rough-and-ready athletes, there has always been a group of students in the school willing to devote the necessary time and effort to carry on for Northeast. 1926 When the class of January, 1930, Hrst entered Northeast fthat was in the spring term of 1926 for most of usj, the tennis team consisted of Jack Weyman, Captain, Seigfried Schallmack, Edward Mecutchen, Wilbur Carhart, George Mann and Russell Hale. The team won five of its fifteen spring matches. In the fall Edward Murphy and Joseph Kline filled the vacancies left by the graduation of Schallmack and Mecutchen. The fall team won one match in five. At the end of the fall term, which marks the end of the tennis year, Weyman and Carhart were given N. E's., while numerals went to Carhart, George Mann, Mecutchen, Schallmack, Murphy and Kline. 1927 Came the spring of 1927, with Jack Weyman still captain, the other players being Wilbur Carhart, George Mann, W. Simpson, john Mann and Edward Murphy. The spring team won two of its eight matches. In the fall the Northeasters who saw service were George Mann, Joseph Hartman, Ted Smolark, Harry Rosenthal, James Rowland, Fred Fiechter QCapt.j and Harry De Leon. Carhart, George Mann and Weyman were awarded letters, while numerals were given to Simpson, John Mann, Murphy, Hartman, Smolark, Rosenthal, Rowland, Fiechter and De Leon. The 1927 spring tournament was won by Carhart, with Weyman runner up, while Wetzel captured consolation honors. George Mann won the fall tournament, Rowland finishing second and Abahazy winning the consolation tournament. 1 928 Ted Smolark was chosen captain for the year 1928, and was assisted during the spring term by Harry fBudj Rosenthal, Joseph Hartman, Herbert Fisher, Fred Fiechter, Eugene Abahazy, Fred Boesch, Albert Kovach and Walter Wetzel. The team won only one league match, the sole victory coming over Frankford. Graduation took its toll, and Smolark and Abahazy were the only ones to return in the fall. Dan Cressman, Russell Herbicek, Robert Stout and Harold Landow completed the com' bination, which won one of its five matches, again beating Frankford. Smolark was 4a3. ,r::ssm,Qx , . 'ie T ' T ' ' Y .' .af exits: Gel Nab i'Qgg .5 .3 it Q, A . .- . up i lf 'Ji c :V .J-Q ' 5 l' K game Lars ,aa BKT? ' 2522 Qikgg F, l 1 5 . . +1 fiaid .Gyn x '. rf . p, ggi the only one to receive an N. E., numerals going to Rosenthal, Boesch, Fisher, Hart' Q, 4 ' man, Abahazy, Cressman, Herbicek, Stout and Landow. iq ' :Q The spring tournament ended with Ted Smolark, champion and Harry Rosenthal, if vga, - runner up while Dan Cressman defeated Smolark for first honors in the fall. Herbicek RQ? 4 contented himself with the consolation title. Xfffr 1929 tl , At the end of the 1928 season Dan Cressman, versatile freshman athlete, was - -5 T elected captain for the next year. Abahazy oiiiciated as playerfmanager, while the others on the team were Bob Cressman, Bob Stout, Harold Landow, William Gre ory , E ggi and Russell Herbicek. The team won five of its thirteen spring matches. In the fall , ' Harold Landow became acting captain-manager, through the ineligibility of Cressman, 5, " and the others playing were Graham Cope, William Gregory, Thomas Kirk, Ray Muehlman and Harry Rubenstein. I , A3 . 2 - 2' "1 -' , lil NUM-YW M55 Qiilifvid 34lQ5d.fi35Q59..-EEilQl.5All?.EHl12lilQf?.2 Page Eighty-file eff f T gag lwwff X3 o ' A F -v, A 1 as bbwiiififm WW X A , 7 ,K Q - F," .. SOCCER TEAM .,, fia il iff: if '3 4 VZ , -'W , y ' 1 n 5' I ...! I :Q-,VJ . -1 'L A 4-1 ,v.1 I ,F 'W f XJ- M y. . 1 I , W V . wa ' 1 .0 T fa r- Q V 2-I . :Q I L 9 'A fi I. . 3 , fy I f pf .K 1-f L l ff x 'W f'Cfx1T Y ' 1, W ' aww' J I X L 1 LNIL L 1..iTL1 U 14.9 . .1 341.4 L., LI-ML xl .15 17 53 Pagr Eighty-six 35-Lf. f-. Yyxl lf'i'f'l9 1. A I 3 Qlf? till? L LJ '-H J -.. t . I.- si' I Q 3533 ' w 5..a5 .Y- fi4I lc? X 1. figs? ,gm YZ . X l-i uh L9 53 S 4? Eiffel Mau f Eiiiirriiiiiiiiiiblfsul iidngmininipnassffsffjgiHiiiihs f3CDC:CII3fl 1927 ,nb 1gllW5 W' K N. no 1 ' ? ' 1 X X d f ' ,Q mu ' 7 T 1 1 lr ' f EL ' in l'l,,c 5 Q ai. . f W n J 'w - 2 . " 1 f 5 E .Maisel 3 We-six! x K 1 t f Q5-W U I s f my Ely: -' ' -- 2- ' ,qt eq I.-....mfH ' T iff M03 H H- f 7 4 . - Q 5,1 s 8 v , 68 H -+ ,Q F g9,! , WW gg . 15 This years soccer team walked off with the soccer championship for the third straight time. Northeast started the season off right by defeating the Central booters. The next game was with West Phillyg the Speedboys played a great game and held the Archive to a one goal tie. Germantown was next and were easily taken over the hurdles by a 4f0 score. Plunkett, Symons, Cohen and Walcott registered the goals. Then came Southern, who proved easier than any of its predecessors and was handed an 8f0 setback. A tie or victory from the powerful Frankford team was needed to clinch the championship. In this fray the tri-colored athletes played fine soccer and held the Archives to a tie. Our entire team played an excellent brand of ball, but was unable to pierce the strong Frankford defence. Following this encounter, Northeast handed Cverbrook a 3'0 defeat. In the next game Girard College managed to defeat us by a Zfl margin. Northeast succeeded in permanently acquiring the Haverford Trophy by defeating Haverford School, who were the champs of the InterfAcademic League by the score of 6f1. This was the third consecutive time that Northeast defeated the Champions of the Private Schools and thus enabled them to obtain the cup for all time. 1928 The Hrst victim of 1928's champions was Philadelphia Normal, we won by a 6fO score. Next we played West Philly. This was some peppy game. Our first score occurred when Captain Klock shot a goal from the twenty yard line. South Philly was the next prey of the Northeast booters. We won by the score of 5fO.. In this game, Cole and Klock featured while the backfield played excellently. "Devil" Daut stopped all of the Southern boots. Richter and Burnside scored early in the game. In the game with the Mirrors Kulp, Richter and Cole scored. This game Central took it on the chin. We next played Gratz on a twofbyffour soccer field, this being the main reason the Archives not beating the Gratz boys by more than the score of 2f0. Overbrook was the next to feel the sting of defeat. The final score was 3f0 in favor of Northeast. Haverford J. V's with a wellfbalanced eleven bowed to Northeast, Cilley and MacDonald supported by the excellent passwork of the entire team succeeded in getting the Northeast goals. Sad but true the Penn Fresh soccer eleven made us bow our heads to them by the score of 1f0. Then came the battle for the Public High School soccer championship when Northeast met their traditional rivals, Frankford at Disston Ball Park. This was a thrilling game and a well earned victory for Northeast. We then played Germantown our last league game of the season. This game was a walk-away the Archives coming out on top by the score of 6f0. Then came the game with Penn Charter the champion of the InterfAcademic League. The first half ended in a 0 0 deadlock. In the second half however Burn' side our brilliant outside left shot a goal. This victory gave Northeast another Haverf ford Cup and made them City Champions at s .ffss ' , figs. Qgaiir ' f' 1 . i fiitf , w oarwst sash scaao.oH...aar1QelrstmH1Qs . . gt Page Ezghiy-:even ...ltr . . N 4 I . 4, . - s-4. - xx ', . ' fi 1 ,lit - liflfgfl' M G3- L . i . : ,.t 'vs- glib 3 Kg.. Eiabf L9 Ti g ag, ' I ' 1 Y' 1 fC. f ay al e, .args 5 ff T. " bfi! lj .5 fi . fWf?' 1' P" MTTX swf- 5,4 Qgigg Xl if kg J flp f Eearers uf the QE I Raymond Lynn Joseph Janelunas Gym CCapfj Gym I Raymond Muehlman HMUM Lff1Ud0W Swimming Tennis fcapfj Pagfr Ifiglzly-wiglll r ,Y ., ,- h ,"l ,iii - up ' A p,",' X y S 54 C-3 mb, as IE lR,fElH D89 Q , r- 2 W 'Q 2. P X f- , if Mg- 'were' 5 - I X- , . f Q If RQ,-4132. ,?q I 1 li' "'+ l929 CHAMPIONSHIP ER ' if 2 i Q w g SOCC TEAM 1 p fa: V l This years team was composed of five hard fighting veterans of last years City l- -E X 1,'. ' Championship team, namely, Daut, Richter, Burnside, MacDonald and Captain Kulp. 6 L 'lag The other members of the team were Foster, Symons, Amadee, Levitt and Hoyle, 's ' 'L g six fast and tricky fellows taken from last year's Championship Second Team. There l mn g llllg were also two good substitutes, Livolsi and Ruben, both of whom kept the first string . ' men stepping to hold their positions. gg' jf- , The team started the season off with a bang by beating Germantown by the if .yr- ,"g'5hf uneven score of 6 to 0. The way that our fellows played in that game showed that ' l , T they would again be far superior to any other Public Hi h School Team. ' im ' 2 i g G i +jiH'i The second game was with West Philadelphia High School, our fellows couldn't r ' , ', ' 4 seem to get started in that game and thus only won by 2 goals, the score was 4 to 2. 5- South Philadelphia was our next victim, we beat them 6f0 fnot so badj. '3 2,1 594 -j Next came Central who played for blood, but left the field at the close of the .. iii. game a badly disappointed team, Northeast won by a 4f0 score. n E , Then came Gratz, the team that the Philadelphia newspapers picked for sure ,tag '1'fax? champions in both football and soccer. They put up a good fight, but were made to ,"'. 5,- tasslebthe lztterrgess of defeat, when the Northeast booters played rings around them 3 'g an eat t em y a 3-1 score. . 'if if P . .i The Northeast team then went to Haverford and played the Haverford J. V's. R, '1 Here we met with our first defea.t, Haverford beat us 2f0. ia ., gafyjaf The next team to visit Northeast was Overbrook. We trounced them soundly by 9 A N? the very lopsided score of 9f0. The entire Northeast team starred, and worked to- ,' V ,' . Li gether like a well greased machine. The Red and Black teams have been noted for 1, figs, :their Iso-operation and fighting spirit, and it is these factors that have been responsible Qi .3.'5,f7-' or t e teams grea.t success. , .ff 2 ,5 The team next went to the University of Pennsylvania and played the University's V SE, 5 faeshman team. This was a hard fight and to Northeast it was a well earned victory, Af ,J f t e score was 4-2 in our favor. T 1 . J, K Frankford then came to play us for the Championship. They wanted that chamf Q 3' ' pionship and certainly did try hard to get it. However, as all previous Public High , .. School teams had done they sadly left the field at the close of the game defeated, the J' w i score was 1fO. 9532 gl an Northeast now became overconfidentg for the time being, they forgot what the ,+ word "Tight" mean? Norfheast Catholic came to play us, our team took things too Y fx-err 7..:..1 easy, in act one 0 our p ayers was not even present at the game, there were a few f -l lpryalhrooteg liaiking our hteam fallout IOQ, while almost every student attending 'wg' 1 ', - ort east at oic were t ere to c eer their team and razz ours. Well, Northeast I .. , p -- ga' Catholic had a very fast and tricky team as we found out too late to do any good. fc? Nuevelithjless we put up a good game and they only beat us by a penalty kick, shot in gizfw gr, t e t 1r quarter. X X 1 ' That defeat took the Northeast lads down a peg, they went out to the field and m ' , ., practiced hard, and were soon back in shape, ready for the last game of the season, the .2 --ii A ,- ' .Eg last game that most of the fellows on the team would ever play for NORTHEAST, the game with Germantown Friends, who were the champions of the InterfAcademic i -i League. The winners of this game would receive the "Haverford Cup" the trophy an that Northeast had Won four years in succession. Our team went to Haverford, met i ' : Germantown Friends and played the last and the best game in the team's career. c"",'e' L gernilantown Friends were lgood, but Nprtheast was better and the game ended with ff A L H ort east on top, winning y a score o 3 to 1. ' I , I 7 lUfl2lfTl'l EASE 5436554 lfti1lElElfSaEQlEH.l?lHQA,3 oe, Page Eighty-nine jaumeralmen Sl' X vi A oz rf" WN X .., x 1 ,M X rw. ,,- Q ' Q f 1. Football Soccer Baseball Beisswenger, '28 Beal, A., '28 Avon, S., '29 Henle, '28 Hartranft, '26 6? '27 Beal, A., '28 Hoffman, P., '29 Livolsi, '27 C? '28 Connor, W., '29 Kean, '28 Richter, '26 E? 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Aw. r'-1 -K ,w .WA I ' ' a f -'QXK1 H .,. - ,ws E , ' r 4.. 1 4 ,.,.. ' ez fibllgifiivf fm 2 . 1 . "D"!"El5" 7 ? ' . Er. llgm . we n- T F ,gs ::' -bg W SSB: L g if? . iii . ', 53.2. 4 . - ll 1,1 1'i'f if sl Jin . SAX , 5 ' REQ vigi l L .L 5 Qi 1: '7-' lf 3: . L - V i A it ,s lr gi rn. 2 S ii as "IT 1-,QVSEQK-lKfEll'TQR Z lf- fd l J gl Furl. J f i. - ff - . g 2 ...- gay: S 11 er' ' ' if RIFLE CLUB IN SEPTEMBER, 1928, under the capable supervision of Mr. Kershaw, this Club was organized. During the last two years under the most adverse conditions it has progressed to such an extent that it is becoming one of the most popular organizations in the school. Last year Mr. Kelly and Mr. Keisen were the Faculty Advisers and it was due to their efforts that the condition of the rifle range was improved. Some of the members have become so skilled in marksmanship that competition with other high schools has been held. The National Rifle Association of America offers awards of medals for high scores and many of the members have competed for these. Interfgroup competition is also held between the members. This is a very brief summary of the activities of the Club, but every undertaking is met with interest and enthusiasm. Thus this Club has progressed in two years and we hope that future years will see further development and achievement. Faculty Advisers. . . . . . . . . . . . . .Mit KELLY, MR. KIESEN President ..........................ISADORE PINKEL Treasurer and Secretary. . . . . . . . . . . .PAUL W. QUIGLEY CLASS "A" MEMBERS ISADORE Pmxnr. Hiziuasar K. SMITH ANTHONY Visco PAUL W. Qu1cLiaY Romain FINLEY HARRY Unuza 'T HE ORCHESTRA Leader-Ma. PAUL DUFFIELD LED BY Mr. Paul Duffield, who was ably assisted by George Washco, the orches- tra has progressed rapidly during the four years of our attendance at Northeast. Entering Northeast the same year as we, Mr. Duffield has rapidly taken his place in the hearts of the members of the orchestra. He has built it up so that there are now seventy members, ten of whom graduated with our class. A few of the members of the graduating class are: Richter, two yearsg Dillman, two yearsg Beisswenger, two and a half yearsg Levin, two years, Arthur Hoch, two years, Charles Stoffman, two years, J. Walter Loux, three years. We extend to Mr. Duffield our heartiest congratulations for his splendid work, and we present to him our heartiest wishes for a very successful future. "A" CLASS MEMBERS Ricurnn, M. Bnlsswimcian, H. Loux, 1. W. DILLMAN, R. Hoon, A. Lavm, J. STOFFMAN, C. EL CIRCULO ESPANOL Faculty Adviser-MR. DOANE Oficers President .......... ........... .... O . BURNSIDE VicefPresident ..... ....... .... H . FERLEGER Secretary .............................. G. MANDELL Treasurer ............................. J. SANTARONB , THE. Spanish Club, a most interesting organization, was originated in 1928. Wliile our membership was not so large as some other clubs, we felt that we benefited perhaps more because of this fact. QS. 'EH ril Mi-..-M..-.si P -N 1 I9 sas, i 1 V .Y 6 L g 2? A X in 'IW Q 51 . gl A , ' f href' " lf, fail We 9Hffrf:?+i 915553, , 'fl 3 il J iv ai grfi A V. Mafia 1 ff: " ,, S f .n . . .0- ,. 6 I +L ,-1 Y ", 1 71' ss . Eff mv - lf 1.-X 4' oanaaasr Q-asia straaoms at-naiaigtatta Page Ninfty-one e X3 o '


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