Northeast High School - Record Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)

 - Class of 1933

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X ' L A D E L Y' PHILADELPHIA, PA PAGE Dedication . . . . 3 Foreword . . . . 4 The Staff ....... 5 PrincipaI's Message . . 7 Class Adviser's Message 9 Record Book Adviser's ....lO Message . . The School . . . . H Class Index . . . .17 Class Activities .... 77 Commencement .... 93 H3 143 147 i' Sports .... . . Autographs . . . Advertisements . . . , is X4 - M 2 ig H Zzzi A f 77 :QHL5 Q, va, v -2 'V - -:gi l A. n '- - lull' , - 'ixxmixxx . - F , , 1 Q hr' 44 nj ' ' ,. ' tt?"f"" '- QE In .u .ig I .NV-X X 5' ,- Y lf!! 1 - I x Q I A-3 wi,-t':E ql I .A I ji 1 X Q g I I fj-bass ' F-1lfQl.ij K V ? 'IWW htiilinlm -- 7. fini: 'lm H :w!!"fii-fifilik ,N i 'M 71 I 1 'S V7 ' H: n X 5 -I if ' 4',,,Mil1fElfi H ' . , I it 5 ii' ,gfgtic mln' 'qv-,i N-J ix 7"'4"f 'EIIAN Xefcx Wi- ' . ix' ' 4 ,afiiiii ' fi' with .iii 4 . w- 1,3 . in!! lv" - y isggfagr 1 X f' Ne' ' 'zz Jill!!! ll -5 - . Q..-if ning 41 Eg, -"'-E V-i1llli,41pn7 wg Q 5 ll r ll Y DEDICATION if We dedicate this, the Record Book of the Class of June, l933 to BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Philosopher - Statesman - Man of Letters - Printer Journalist - Author - Essayist Publisher - Economist - Scientist - Linguist Inventor - Politician - Capitalist Engineer - Educator - Diplomat - Abolitionist Humanitarian - Historian - Mathematician 'lr NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL 4 CL FOREWORD ir In preparing this record of the class of June, l933,for publication we, the editors, have striven to personify the school lives of our fellow class- mates as separate volumes, each different from the others. Especially is this apparent in the class index, wherein we represented the titles of the individ- ual volumes as the names by which we knew our classmates, the plots as their hobbies, the settings as the locations where they might almost invariably be found, the tables of contents as their activities during their school careers, and the footnotes as the things by which we will re- member them. However, every one of these individual vol- umes has the same climax, Commencement, a climax that is in reality merely the preface of another much greater volume, Life. 'lr ASS RECORD, JUNE if THE STAFF ff SYDNEY SCHREIBER . CONYERS FINCKEL . . ASSISTANT EDITORS: David Sny- der, Howard Holmes, Philip Smith, Louis Krug, Walter Kling. CLASS INDEX: William Graf, Carl Calabrese, Bernard Goldschmidt, Sidney, Henkin, Walter Kelly, Bernard Lefkowitz, Anthony Martin, Raymond Peake, John Scheifele, Harold Sher- vin, Truman Burnett, John Boeshore, Herbert Lutsky, Julius Koslow, Thomas O'Boyle. SPORTS: Louis Effinger,Arthur Skibbe, Emanuel Glickman, Samuel Hyman, Vincent Goodridge, Henry Mann, Howard Wallner, Thomas Burns, Theodore lsen, lsadore Fogel. . Editor-in-Chief . . . Business Manager CLUBS: Meyer Weissman, Paul Good- man, Paul Kuntz, Edwin Liss. ACTIVITIES: Nathan Hirshey, Robert Simon, Edward Robson Hanford Roberts, Fred Brown, Morton Gordon. ART! Lester Bushman, John Thompson. BUSINESS STAFF: Martin Quick, Truman Burnett, Louis Beck, George Slabodian, Henry Mann, Howard Wallner. TYPISTS: George Blessing, Leopold Jaffe. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL 5 ASS RECORD, JUNE HE terms roll around all too quickly and again we must bid farewell to a fine group of North- easters, the class of June, I933. You face the future with eagerness, I am sure, to earn your place in the sun. Let me urge each of you to continue to study. If you cannot go to college, enroll in some of the evening classes so many of which are now available. For every de- sirable position there are today many applicants and only those who are well prepared can hope to obtain advancement. I shall cherish many pleasant memories of this class, and I hope, as the years pass by, that each of you will maintain a personal contact with Northeast. This is your school, not only now, but as long as you live. You have helped make its history, and we, your teachers, are confident that you will do your share in maintaining the high reputation of its graduates. THEODORE S. ROWLAND Principal NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL l I ASS RECORD, JUNE I HE time of passing of a graduating class is fraught with ioyful anticipations of the future and reluctant goodbyes to the pleasant past. lt seems to be the natural evolution of a man who is progressive, that at definite periods of his life he must forsake those paths with which he is familiar and strike off in a new way of his own making. Pick the direction of your path carefully, develop a sense of relative values, for "all that glitters is not gold", and let your ultimate aim in life be service to your fellow-men, thus enriching your own. Each member of this graduating class goes forth into the world a marked man, a "North- easter" . . . The tradition of this old school looks to you to perpetuate her highest ideals, as you honor yourself you honor your school. Strive earnestly, therefore, to be worthy of the trust placed upon you. With the words of the immortal Franklin, I bid you goodbye and good luck. "Employ thy time well if thou meanest to gain leisure. Since thou art not sure of a minute, throw not away an hour." HAROLD M . GEIGES Class Advisor NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL 9 223 f it 'Ir N PURSUANCE of my duties as adviser to your Record Book Staff, I have been gratified and inspired by the earnestness and helpfulness of those of you with whom I have come in contact. Such qualities easily brush aside our daily difficulties, and only such equip- ment can cope with the problems of a distressed world. May you find within you the courage and the strength to accept your responsibilities and fulfill them. HARRY SNYDERMAN CLASS RECORD, JUNE I THE SCHOOL 'k My? T77 f" my, f ff gf ,W 4 ,. ',', 5425 ' O F7 O of Class of June, Courtesy AN HISTORICAL SKETCH OF NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL FROM 1890 TO 'I933 The NorTheasT High School was esTabIished in The Tall of I89O wiTh The purpose oT providing "The opporTuniTy noT only To pursue The usual high school course in IiTera- Ture, science, and maThemaTics, buT also To receive a Thorough course in drawing, and in The use and appIicaTion of Tools in The indusTrial arTg The obiecT is To educaTe all The TacuITiesg 'The whole boy is puT in The school,' Trained menTaIIy, physically and eThicaIIy." The purpose was "noT To make mechanics buT To Train The boy Tor man- hood. IT TosTered a high appreciaTion oT The value and The digniTy of inTeIIigenT Iabor." AT The beginning NorTheasT was a "manual Training schooI." This new educaTionaI movemenT was originaTed in l885 wiTh The esTabIishmenT oT The CenTraI Manual Train- ing School aT SevenTeenTh and Wood STreeTs. In I890 The NorTheasT Annex was added and in I893 The TirsT class was graduaTed from The NorTheasT Manual Training High School. The opening of The Howard STreeT building was made possible by a Ioan To The Board of EducaTion by Isaac A. Shephard. The original TacuITy was: Lycurgus L. Ford, MaThemaTicsg John L. STewarT, LiTeraTure and American HisToryg George Firmin, Mechanical and Free Hand Drawing lMr. Firmin, The only member oT The original TacuITy of The TirsT year who is sTilI aT NorTheasT, is now Teaching ChemisTryIg William C-3umpherT, wood-work, and William H. OdenaTT, meTal-work. The TirsT principal oT The school was Dr. William L. Sayre. He was assisTed The Tol- Iowing year by Professor John W. Moyer. Finally, in I893, NorTheasT had iTs TirsT oTTiciaI independenT principal, Dr. C. Hanford Henderson, who held This oTTice unTil I896. Up To I9I2, when NorTheasT was made a regular Tour-year high school, There was a Three-year course. Thus iT happens ThaT in I9I3 There was no graduaTing class. The "Pioneer Class" oT I893 leTT a marlc upon our school ThaT will noT be TorgoTTen. They organized The AThIeTic AssociaTion, and spring and Tall sporTs were held aT STenTon. The Archive was begun and run by a sTocIc company Tor SI per share, wiTh NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL I3 Vincenf B. Brechf, 'rhe presenf head of fhe English Deparfmenf, as fhe sfock company presidenf and fhe firsf edifor. The class of '93 fool: 'rhe firsf sfeps wifh fhe faculfy in fhe campaign fo gel' fhe Fairhill Reservoir sife af Eighfh Sfreef and Lehigh Avenue. The campaign was made possible by fhe splendid co-operafion of Mayor Samuel H. Ashbridgep fhe campaign for 'rhe complefion of fhe new school, by Mayor Weaver. The "Pioneer Class" under fhe leadership of Vincenf B. Brechf inaugurafed fhe Andrew J. Morrison Scholarship Fund and fhe Alumni Associafion raised S6,000, fhe income from which is available for a scholarship fo fhe Universify of Pennsylvania every four years. The officers of fhis firsf class were Presidenf Sidney T. Rosenheim, Firsf Vice- Presidenf George Muhly, Second Vice-Presidenf Walfer S. Cornell, Secre+ary-Treas- urer William C. Ash, Hisforian Vincenf B. Brechf. The faculfy af fhe fime of fheir graduafion was C. Hanford Henderson, John L. Sfewarf, John W. Moyer, Lemuel Whifalcer, Adolph Pfeil, George D. Firmin, William H. Odenaff, William B. Gump- herf, George F. Sfradling, L. L. Ford, Frank Roselle, Walfer Koenig, Jacob Wildemore, William F. Hal, and Thomas Ascough. On January 9. I904, fhe cornersfone of +he new building af Eighfh S+ree+ and Lehigh Avenue was laid. I+ was dedicafed on November I7, I'-705, af which fime Woodrow Wilson, fhen Presidenf of Princefon Universify, made fhe principal address. A pipe organ was insfalled on March I4 of fhe following year in fhe old audiforium, which is now Room I23. The Alumni Associafion was charfered on April 22, l907. The Afhlefic Field af Twenfy-ninfh and Cambria was formally dedicafed Ocfober 3l, I908. The final addifions fo Norfheasf as we know if were finished in I92I. On February I4 Morrison Hall was dedicafed and lafer in fhe same year a wing cor- responding fo if on fhe easf side was dedicafed as Shallcross Hall. Since fhe fime when C. Hanford Henderson was principal, Dr. J. Monroe Willard had fhis covefed posifion from l896 fo l898. ln l898 Norfheasf was honored by ifs mosf influenfial personalify, Dr. Andrew J. Morrison, who remained principal unfil I92O. Dr. George Flowers Sfradling followed him and sfayed af Norfheasf unfil his deafh in l932. He was succeeded by Dr. Theodore S. Rowland who is now a'I' fhe helm of Norfheas+'s "ship of s+a+e." I4 CLASS RECORD, JUNE I'-733 3H1 A11nDV! FACULTY Principal, THEODORE S. ROWLAND, A. M., S ENGLISH DEPARTMENT VINCENT B. BRECHT Roberl E. Blanc . . Henry L. Burr . . . Roland D. Cain . . Walrer F. Coles . . Joseph W. Fifzgerald Samuel V. Gapp . . Homer M. Jacobs . William L. Kershaw . Gordon Marcus . . Nelson A. McGowan Edward Charles Parker Harry Snyderman . . Solomon Thompson William E. Weills . Charles A. Yahn . George L. Jackson . Horace Moore . . James D. Gordon . . Edward L. Simons . B. S., M. A. B. A., M. A. B. S., M. A. B. A. B. A., M. A. B. A., M. A. B. A., M. A. M. A., Ph. B. B. S., M. A. B. A., M.A. B. S., M.S. B. A., Ph. D. B. S. B. S. B. S. Ph. B., M. A. A. B. B. S. in Ed. A. B., A. M. B. S. MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT W.WESLEY STEVENSON Lawrence M. Babcock John G. Cunningham Tobias Hahn . . . Winfield S. Harrzell . Henry S. Moore . . George Myers . . Lee J. Pennepacker . Abraham P. Piwosky . Myer Rosenlhal . . Harry M. Shoemaker Charles S. Taylor . . Elmer B. Ziegler . . M. A. Ph. B., M. A. B. A., M. A. B. S., B. A., LL. B. M. A. B. A., M. A. B. A., M. A. B. S., M. A. B. A., LL. B. B. S., M. S. Ph. B., M. A., Ph. D. B. A., B. S. B. A., M. A. LANGUAGE DEPARTMENT ASA M. HUGHES . William R. Anson . . Nafhaniel M. Baron . Roland Doane . . . Ar+hur G. Eichelberger Moses J. Fruchrer . Charles F. Gardner . Elmer S. Gerhard . Howard R. Henzel . Charles Zimmerman . USIC DEPA Paul E. Duffield George Washco PHYSICAL TRAINING OSCAR E. GERNEY . Henry L. Engel Harold M. Geiges . Harry Nelson . . Lesfer M. Owen Russell Tompkins . Alberr J. Wooley . . Frank H. Terry . . . B. A., M. A. B. A., M. A. B. S. B. S., M. A. B. S., M. A. B. S., M. A., Ph. D. B. A., M. A. B. A., M. A. B. A. B. S., M. A. R T M E N T DEPARTMENT B. S., M.S. B. S., M. S. B. S. B. S. B. S. B. S. B. S. HENRY BRACHHOLD, Assislani' Io Principal HISTORY AND COMMERCE SC DEPARTMENT J. IRVIN ROBB Melvin H. Beidler . . . Reuben Breskman . . . William L. Hilfon . . A. Kerman .... Harry E. Krug . . . Marfin Menlcus . . . John W. Rhoads . . Spencer B. Roland . . George C. Sheerz . Rober'r E. Sunderland . Clarence A. Wesp . . Beniamin Sherzer . . . Joseph W. Dubin . . Adelberr Heinman . . David Perlolif .... Roberf Falkenhagen . . IENCE DEPARTMENT REUBEN T. SHAW . . Karl R. Brand+ . . . Edmund H. Cienkowski . Linnaeus B. Earharf . . George D. Firmin . . . Ernesr E. Johnson . . Henry G. Landis . . . Waller S. Lapp . . Leighfon K. Smifh . Chesrer A. Sfifeler . Charles A. Young . . Charles W. Palmer . Joseph Flicker . . Alberi' D'Orazio . . M. A. A. B., B. Sc. C. E. B. S. B. S. B. S., LL. B. Ph. B., LL. B. LL. B. B. S., M.A. B. S., M. S. M.A. B. S. in Ed. A. M. B. S., M. E., M. A. B. S. B.S. B. S., M. A., Ph. D. B. S. in M. E., M. S A B. A., M. . B. S. B. S., M. S. B. S., M. S. B. A., M. A. B. A., M. A. B. A., M. A. B. S., M. A. B. S., M. S. B. A., M. S. B. S. A. B. RAWING DEPARTMENT ADOLPH H. PFIEL Charles S. Dickinson J. Lawrence Haas, Jr. Srephen G. Hale Daniel S. Jacoby, Jr. John L. Kelly John K. Wildemore MECHANIC ARTS DEPARTMENT ROBERT KREWSON . Vinceni' Cheverelli . Edward M. Fee . . Joseph H. Garrod Louis Hervig, Jr. John E. Horva+h Chesley H. Johnson Linwood Keisen John T. Laffan William A. Lingg W. G. McEwan . . Charles P. Malloy . . Carl A. Roessler . Clinfon E. Shaw Herberi' P. E. Wyllner Charles W. Buckley . B. S., M.A. B. A., M.A. B.A., M.A. M. E., M. s. B. s., M. A. B.s. lNE. new KNE. woay I CLASS RECORD, JUNE l933 CLASS INDEX 'A' ff - 1 MILTON ACKOFF 0 E. ensley S'l'ree'I' TITLE: Milf Cx PA : Talking aboul prosperiiy SET- I ' Fischman's TABLE OF CONTENTS. evue of '30, Senaior S. P. R., Preslidigifalors ub, Aero Club, French Dicfafion Club, En ine r' Club, Glee Club, Honor Roll. FOOTNO S: i greafesl' weakness was his inabiIi+y fo 'Fr nning in Physics classes. KENNETH C. ALBERT . Arizona Sireef TITLE: Ken PLOT: English Classes SETTING: 27 . Arizona S+ree+ TABLE OF CONTENT 'ble Siudy Club, Liferary Club, Psychology Club, raffic and Lunchroom Squads, S. P. R., Foolb Honor Roll. FOOTNOT : K was so quiel, he never allowed many of u b come really acquainled wiI'h him. He is cheer u an well-liked by all who know him. RICHARD ALKUS 42 lh Avenue TITLE: Dick . PLOT: Revue-ing SETTING: c 'Iage TABLE OF CONTENTS R es of '32 and '33, Senafe Play of '32, Lafi , Mineralogy Club, Traffic and Lunchroom S . FOOT T S ick is a combinalion of Hampden, Skin- n Arliss, wifh iusr Ihe sIigh+es+ 'Iouch of Laurel Ihrow in. HARRY J. ALLEN 3069 E. Thompson Slreel SPQI-+5 SETTING: Home TABLE OF CONTENTS: Foolball, Baseball, Scenery Club, S. P. R. FOOTNOTES: So modes? is Chick +ha+ we hesilaie +o praise him for fear of embarrassing him. CLASS RECORD. JUNE i933 2008 E. Lip ' c,oH Slreel' TITLE: An I P V . .........v.. 7 I : Ken i E OF NTS' Tennis nferclass Spor'I's, Honor Roll, S- ry and ,Q e lub, Chemislry Club, Garden and Traffic Squads, . P. R. EDWARD ANTHONY ANDERSON FOOTNOTES: The defermined sorI'. Once he gels his 'I'ee+h in a Ihing, i+'s hard 'Io malre him Ief go. THOMAS P. ATKINSON 3330 N. Gralz Sireef TITLE: Pe+e PLOT: His Saxophone SETTING: Buried in sheel' music TABLE OF CONTENTS: Band, Siamp Club, Alfernafe, S. P. R., Honor Roll. FOOTNOTES: Pele and his sax will go 'Far and do greaf fhings, we promise you. ALEXANDER BALASH 3720 N. 6+h Sfreel TITLE: AI PLOT: Music SETTING: Orcheslra pi+ TABLE OF CONTENTS: Junior Orcheslra, Senior Orches- +ra, German Club, Honor Roll. FOOTNOTES: His unaffecfed good nafure won him many friends. GEORGE BARKER I523 N. 27'I'h S'I'ree'I' TITLE: Woof-woof PLOT: Music SETTI NG: Orch esha pil TABLE OF CONTENTS: Band, Orchesfra, '32 Revue Orches- fra, Kensinglon Dance Orches+ra, Glee Club, Revue of '32, Senafe Plays of '3I and '32, Bible S+udy Club, Liferary Club, Music Club, Psychology Club, Chess and Checker Club, Commercial Geography Club, Megaphone Sialif, Candy Salesman, Locker Squad. FOOTNOTES: Richard Mansfield Barker! NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL I9 I I I Gus BAUER l32l w. Rush s+fee+ TITLE: eussie D PLOT: Mineralogy I SETTI, . Rock arry TABLE OF CONTENTQ alogy CIub, Honor RoII. FOOTN TES: Ther rock pulverizer. CHARLES BEACH I4 A N. 52nd S1'reeI' TITLE: Sandy P I. odel aeropIanes SETTING' ourfyard TABLE OF CONTE : P es+idigi+a+ors Club, S+amp Club, Rifl Club, e Iub, Secre+ary of Model Aeroplane CI Gym ader. FOOTN T . Sandy mighi' af Ieas+ have occupied his im wi+h modeI hydroplanes. LOUIS BECK 2066 E. Kingsion Sfreei' TITLE: Lou PLOT: Doing his share SETTING: PhiIadeIphia, Pa. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Traffic and Lunchroom Squads, Hi-Y Club, Honor Roll. 'ries speak for him. I If BYRON BEILDECK 3539' . 9+h S+r TITLE: am I' p I ,no sm: ef I 3 TA o 's. ,mash Club, Mineralogy CIub iI'r Iub, Liferary Club, MaThema+ics Club. FO TN ES: A real man of aFfairs. ' 20 CLASS RECORD, JUNE l933 Currenf His+ory Club, Commercial Geography Club, Record Book Sfaff, Senior Prom Commi'Hee, BasebaII, FOOTNOTES: Lou never had much To say, buf his ac'l'ivi- X WILLIAM BITTING 4I36 Elbridge Sl'ree'i TITLE: Bif PLOT: Sporls SETTING: orfheasf Field TABLE OF CONTEN Engineering Club, Lafin Club, Mafhema+ics Clu aseball, Inferclass Baseball, Lighf- weighi' Foofb II anager of Soccer Team, Junior Band, AI'l'ern raffic and Lunchroom Squads. FOOTNOTES: n +hle+e of The firsf wafer. GEORGE BLESSING 2lO8 E. Monmouih S'I'ree'I' TITLE: George PLOT: Ticlrling The Ireys SETTING: Room 225 TABLE OF CONTENTS: Typisi' on Megaphone S+aiT, Typis+ on Record Boolr Sfa'FF, Currenf Hisfory Club, Commer- cial Geography Club, Assembly Reporfer, Traffic Squad. FOOTNOTES: Damon and Pyfhias were no more an insep- arable pair lhan George and his fypewriier. F ES: cherubic Cal was ever popular by u of his ever- reseni' smile. CALVIN BLUM 295i N. 7+h Sireei' TITLE: Cal PLOT: Fiddling SETTING: Rear urfyard TABLE OF CO S: ' erary Club, Camera Club, Revue Or esf , r ic Squad, S. P. R., Alfernaie, Ma g nfer slrefball, Megaphone Sfaff, Honor Roll. NORMAN BLUM e 70:4 N. 2O+h s+ree+ mg - PLOT: Engineering fi G: Special Gym QBL F ENT I: Secrefary and Treasurer of Mineral- og Clu , 1 Club, gineering Club, Span- , ' , fish Club, h fics ICI Traflic and Lunchroom kd X-xj Squads, As IS ana Try-CI: Team. FOOTNOTES: Bl o y's mina ion +o pass Gym ai all hazards I ' him + Imovgn ia fhe dean of +he special Gym cl 'I NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL FRANCIS BOERUM 7I I5 CI'1arIes SI'reeI TITLE: Frank PLOT: Curiosify SETTING: Froni' Hall TABLE OF CONTENTS: Mineraiogy CIub, Engineering Club, Chemisrry Club, Honor RoII, Traffic Squad, Senaior, Megaphone Staff, Inferclass Sporfs. FOOTNOTES: "Curiosi+y killed 'Ihe ca'I." Yes, bu'I' if is also responsibie for mos+ of The knowiedge Hue worid possesses +oday. We Iook Io Frank as a 'fu+ure fam- ous scienI'is+. JOHN JACOB BOESHORE 4QJl9 S'rree+ TITLE: Pipe PLOT: H'd' , om Mr. FiI'zgeraId SETTING: rmat own Avenue N TABLE OF CONTENTSIL erary CIub, Chemisfry CIub, Currekfvt His'Ior CIu , Treasurer and Secrefary of Bible Siudyi, I arden and Traffic Squads, Cap+ain of .Lunc and Locker Squads, S. P. R., Honor RoII. x IE I FOOT ES: A good fellow, a good spor'I',-buf don'I' I'aI X io I1im abou? pipes. JOHN BOLMARCICH 2524 SaIm I'reeI' TITLE: Pressy PLOT: Radig SETTING: Room TABLE OF CONTENTS: Pres of Radio Club, Track, FOOTNOTES: ll in gue of +I1e inside of a radio Cross Counfry. was a essy as Trig is fo Mr. ZiegIer. CHARLES BOSTON 2009 E. CIear'FieId SI'reeI' TITLE: Beans PLOT: Being a "big boy" SETTING: Faculfy Room TABLE OF CONTENTS: Track and Baseball Squads, l35 Foo+baII Team, Gym Leader, Honor Roll, Ma'II'1ema'rics Club, Li'I'erary Club, Sfamp Ciub, Mineralogy Club, Assis'l'anI' 'Io Docror. FOOTNOTES: A very likable feilow. CLASS RECORD, JUNE I933 miHee, F Club Fr nc iclafion Club, Tennis Squad evue drch 'rr 0 and '32, Leader of '33 Orc Ir eahier pgdlrsingfon-Norfheasi Dance Och , Siu ni' n ncer in Assemblies, Firsf S Award, Record Boolc Sfaff, Assembly Commii- , Honor Roll. OTNOTES: The old "maesI'ro," yassah, none ofher. LOUIS BOWER IBII N. 28+In S'I'ree'I' TITLE: Lou PLOT: Sfudy SETTING: In a bool: TABLE OF CONTENTS: Missing. FOOTNOTES: Lou was everybody's 'friend and was always ready fo lend a helping hand. MORTON BRAUDE 4824 N. 9'I'h reeil TITLE: Mori PLOT: Ti in he ivories SETTING: Near a keyboar TABLE OF CONIRENTS: enaior, " ' Class Nighf Com- r c VINCENT BRISTOW 3I40 N. 8'I'h Sfreei TITLE: Vince PLOT: Sleeping SETTING: His bed TABLE OF CONTENTS: Spanish Club. FOOTNOTES: Un senor siempre despernado, buf even af +haI', he's one fine fellow. f EDMUND V. BROWN 6 E. Cedar Sheer TITLE: Darl' g X X I PLOT: Soccer MI SXETTIING: e ng+on TAB' OF C T NTS: Soc r, and, Capfain of TraFFic and Lunch Squafs. Q I FOOTNOTE d is a re Wguy. ji NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL 23 FRED BROWN I73I N. 7+h Slreel TITLE: Fri+z PLOT: Books SETTING: Room 2I3 TABLE OF CONTENTS: Traffic and Lunchroom Squads, Presideni of Spanish Club, Associale Edifor of "La Esfrella Espanola," S. P. R., Senaior, Revue of '30, Class Prophef, Honor Roll, Record Book Sfaff. FOOTNOTES: Un gran hombre, no es verdad7 CHARLES BUCKLEY IIZ3 Champlosi' Avenue TITLE: Buck PLOT: Economics SETTING: Room IZO TABLE OF CONTENTS: Cross Couniry, Foolball, Senator, Band, Scenery and Slage Club, Locker Squad. FOOTNOTES: We predici' 'thai our children's economics fezfbooks will be wrilfen by 'l'his wizard of business. LOUIS D. BUONVISO 2046 W. Indiana Avenue TITLE: Bumbeezer PLOT: Concenfrafing SETTING: Back of Morrison Hall TABLE OF CONTENTS: Rifle Club, French Club, Com- mercial Geography Club, Li+erary Club, Mafhemafics Club, Track, Cross Counfry, In'I'erclass Baseball. FOOTNOTES: One of Ihose quiel' people fhaf always ac complish +heir purpose. CARL E. BURCKHARDT l247 Shackamaxon Slreel TITLE: Tiny K -,PLOT: Wresfling f f smms: c- mvax fa 5 TABLXZJ F :co ENTS: Fo?.Iqall Teamgg 6531-gary: E,4+.,ff, flinf e m Sen 'I , S P. R.,f"C" lass 'xecu I I am, Assemby :Hee A sem- ., K . irecfor of High choo so iafed Press, Journalism Club, Wresfling nd P Cul- 'rure Clubs, Track, Radio Club, Dance fommi'Hee. FOOTNOTES: The "big boy" of fhe class-his appear- ance on 'the gridiron made sfrong men babes, and women hyslerical. 'I' !?sC,0'?mll' fjxigljgyagdl-Mchroom,Squads, Man: X 'er as I ' , J f Y P CLASS RECORD, JUNE i933 TRUMAN BURNETT 521 E. Al oH Sheer TITLE: Tru PLO .,-.-'--,-- 7 SETTING: Sixlh and Chesfn eels TABLE OF CONTENTS: Sen I or Prom Commiffee, Honor Roll, Chief Usher evues and Senale Plays, "A" Class Execufivevfp rhmiH'ee, Senafe Consfilulion and By-Laws Coyn' il ee, Record Book Sfaff, Dues Col- lecfor, S. Zgyyiraipfain of Locker, Trafiic and Lunch- room Sn? , Garden Squad, Bible S'l'udy Club, Mafhe- +' lub, Sfamp Club, Chemisfry Club, Lafin I , Liferary Club, "C" Class Moonlighi' Commiffee. FO TNOTES: The lisf of his acfivifies ives The lie +0 9 Jhis mask of modesiy. THOMAS BURNS I307 W. Iearfield S'I'reel' I,-f TITLE: ScoH'y is-J PLOT: Soccer SETTIICIXG: ?I9 Eljniingdon Slreef TABLE OF CONTQNNDTG: Freshman Soccer, Soccer Team, All-Scholasiic, ccer mm, Revue of '33, Record Book syn! Traffic Squad. , l FOOTNdTES: Meer The Scol who really gave all 'lhal' V. was in him-for his Alma Maier. LESTER BUSHMAN 6562 Tulip Slreel' TITLE: Les PLOT: Ari work SETTING: Over drawing board TABLE OF CONTENTS: Record Book Sl'aIT, Skelch Club, Revue Scenery Club, Currenl Evenfs Club, French Club, Freshman Track Team, Traffic and Lunchroom Squads, Archive Correspondenf, Sub-Edifor on Mega- phone Sl'e'FF. FOOTNOTES: Diversificalion of inferesfs and aclivifies made Les a well-known figure aboui' school. He achieved his greafesl' fame Through his abilily fo draw. CARL CALABRESE 2l24 Park Avenue TITLE: Breezy lf.. P sics TTING: Cenfer of gravil' 5 TABLE OF C TE S: Vice-Pre en - Mafhemafics Club, Treas of '- ch Dic 1' n Club, Treasurer F n lub, Treas - of :' Club, Chess Team, La 6 ory Assisfanf, ' Deparfmenf Prinler, I r-Club Baskelball. FOOTNOTES- W h 'I' e - arfure of Breezy and his parr- ner, Sou y Cam I, Norfheasl loses ils besl' pair of lunchro 'F fers. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL T i ossoRNE HARDING CAMPBELL I I 5730 N. 6'rh Slreei TITLE: Soupy PLOT: Science SETTING: Lunchroom TABLE OF CONTENTS: Lilerary Club, Bible Siudy Club, Malhemalics Service Club, Honor Roll. FOOTNOTES: Anolher of The original lunchroom fighfers. CHARLES CHAPPELLE l924 isharl' S'l'ree'r TITLE: Chip PLOT: Blushing SET N ' d sills TABLE OF CONTE : Slamp Club, Malhemafics Club, Traffic a nchroom Squads, Honor Roll, Track. FOO : A modes? youlh, if +here ever was one. LOUIS COHEN 400 W. Diamond S'l'reeI' TITLE: Lou PLOT: Being incognilo SETTING: Jusi' wandering around TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chess Club, Rifle Club, German Club, Malhemalics Club. FOOTNOTES: Lou is +l1e unknown quanfify in our class. MAX COHEN l200 W. Luzerne S'l'ree+ TITLE: Max PLOT: Tall sfories SETTING: Fronl' hall bench TABLE OF CONTENTS: Glee Club, Traffic and Lunch- room Squads, Baske+ball Tournament FOOTNOTES: Max knew almosl' every ioke 'Thai had ever been published. The only 'Trouble was, he didn'+ keep I if a secre'l'. e 5 I 26 CLASS RECORD, JUNE I933 LOUIS A. CONINE IOIZ Olney Avenue TITLE: Lew PLOT: Chemisiry SETTING: Chemisiry lab TABLE OF CONTENTS: Capfain of Traffic Squad, Lunch- room Squad, Aero Club, Malhemafics Club, Chemis- fry Club, Mineralogy Club, Candy Salesman. FOOTNOTES: When Chemisfry books lacked whal we wanfed, we asked Lew. JOSEPH SAMUEL CORDASCO Shgl' TITLE: Doc PLOT: Scouling SETTING: Anywhere under God's Heaven TABLE OF ONTE S: Senalor every ferm, "B" Class Execufiv Co nffee, Assembly Commiffee, Dues Col- Iecfor, o Roll, Mineralogy Club, Mafhemafics Club, y Club. FOOTN ES: Always "prepared" 'lo fake on any work his school. ROBERT CORSON 2 I 65 E. Le'H'erIy S'l'reeI' TITLE: Young Cosson PLOT: Going oul nighis SETTING: Philadelphia TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chess and Checker Club, Camera Club, Bible Sfudy Club. FOOTNOTES: Young Cosson used 'Io boasl fha? such was fhe 'I'igI1+ness of +I-ie Chess Mafches he played in, he used 'Io go fo classes befween moves. IRVINE A. CROWE I6I W. Lippincorl' S+reeI' TITLE: Irv PLOT: Targel' prac+ice SETTING: Range IKiIchenI TABLE OF CONTENTS: Foolball, Garden Squad, Rifle Club, Malhemafics Club, Commercial Geography Club. FOOTNOTES: Afier serving in +he Rifle Club, Irv should find no Irouble accomplishing his aim in life. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL X JAMES LAMBIE CUMMING 827'.EffS+a'FFord STreel' TITLE: Curly 'O'-,X PLOT: Swimming ' SETT : A pool . TABLE OF CONTE ': Tennis, Mafhen-ia+ics Service Club, Liferary ClTrbfLa+in Club, Aero Club, Traffic, Lunch- room, an' -Garden Squads, Candy, Salesman, Archive iCorr ondenf. F TES: Anofher lad who always made sure he was n 'rhe swim. GEORGE DAVIS 3ll5 Carlisle Sfreel' A-.Qi TITLE: George K ff! PLOT: Radio serrfgcjfiizimm a TABLE OF CONTENIS: Presideni' of Radio Club, Honor Roll Tra FOOT 1XJus,l:nol'her "ham." lSub-'foo'fno+e: "Ham," l'les and gen+lemen, is The Technical name for an amafeur radio s'l'al'ion opera+or.l JOSEPH DEBEAUMONT ' l90I llegheny Avenue TITLE: Beau PLOT: An se IN hard noe.- TABLE OF cON Nggfmasszng FOOTNOTES: n arfisi' an +he making who will some day rank i 'chael Angelo. FRANK DELORl 2525 E. Dauphin STree'I' TITLE: Delo PLOT: ..........,. 7 SETTING: Fron h TABLE OF CONTENTS: IS n FOOTNOTES: The f r olds no 'Fears for Delo: he has 'lhe "PEP" 6 go" +ha+ should Take him Through evciglhi underialces. 28 CLASS RECORD. JUNE i933 RALPH DENNIS 2420 S. Sheridan S'I'reeI' TITLE: Ralph PLOT: Sporfs-and how! SETTING: Gym and Afhlefic field TABLE OF CONTENTS: Baslreiball, Baseball, I30-pound Foofball Team, Senafor, S. P. R., Spanish Club, Lunch- room Squad, Dues Collecfor, Honor Roll. FOOTNOTES: This fellow wins honorable menlion on NorIheas'l"s "AIl-American" acfivifies feam. ROBERT DOLIN I845 E. Monmourh S'l'ree'I TITLE: Flash ' ' PLOT: Alhleiics TT Norfheasl' field TABLE NT S: Boxing, Wresiling, Track, Band D e Orchesfra. FOOT TES: Jusi' anofher one of fhose all-round fellows. o CASIMIR DOMBROWSKI 24I3 E. N r +ree+ TITLE: Dom : Gymnasfics SETTING: rlzo ar TABLE OF CONTEN Tr uad, Secrelary of Chem- isfry Club, Lafin b, lneralogy Club, Gym Team, Honor oll, Ch ilry, Laborafory Assisfanf, Revue il., ll FOOTNOT he poise and bearing of a Wes+ Poini plus fhe accuracy and precision of a well- ecl bullei' malre Dom oufsfanding among his class- males. JACK EDELSTEIN 2262 E. William Slreel' TITLE: Jake PLOT: Ficlclling SETTIN ' I s TABLE O : fra, Glee Club, Foofball, Tra'Fl'Tc an nc ro ads. FOOT T id his a ng make us all jealous! NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL LOUIS EFFINGER 430 W. Carey Sireei TITLE: Lew PLOT: Baseball SETTING: Baseball I'ieI 4 TABLE OF CONTENT c e E, Baseball Team, NE, Baskefball m , Sena , Vice-Chairman of S ale, All ublc c r Team, All Public Baseball T m, Hon ol, nc room Squad. FO O ues+ion is: who will win Ihe ball games 'I rlheasl' from now on? CARLOS EGGLESTON 927 W. Silver S+ree'r TITLE: Carl PLOT: Hislrionics SETTING: Nor'rheas+ Sfage TABLE OF CONTENTS: Sena'Ie Plays of '3l and '32, Revue of '32, Senalor, S. P. R., Honor Roll, Chemis-Iry Club, Fencing Club, Bible Sludy Club, German Club, Presideni' of German Conversalion Club, Soccer. FOOTNOTES: Mosl of us looked up 'Io Carl. Afler all, he was aboul six feel lall, we Ihinlc, maybe. RICHARD EICHMAN I904 N. I7+h S+ree'I' TITLE: Dick PLOT: Ari SETTING: KeIIy's selecl ea'Iing-house TABLE OF CONTENTS: Hi-Y Club, German Club, Record Boolc Slaff. FOOTNOTES: A loyal, 'I'rue friend, even Io 'I'he exlenl of lending one his German. RICHARD ETTER 2850 N. S+iIIman S+ree+ TITLE: Dick I PLOT: Going over hurdles SETTING: Norl asf 'Field TABLE or CONTENT-S: ,QPz?!+ba1l, sewer, Engineer- lng Club, Malhem IC ervice Club, French Club. FOOTNOTES! Dick ul +he old axiom "whaI' goes up mus'I' C0me'dON good use: every lime he came down R ap over a hurdle he was well on his way of er vicfory for Nor'Iheas+. 30 CLASS RECORD, JUNE I933 GLENN EYER 722I Sommers Road TITLE: Glenn PLOT: Aeroplanes SETTING: p in 'flue air TABLE OF CO TS: eball. Foofball, Traclr, Spanish Club, Bible dy b, Mineralogy Club, Aero Club, Maflwemalics . FO fl' T . He claim fo be flue firsf one who ever X abou? "falling someone for a ride" in an ,I r plane. BURTON FAGAN I5I6 Glenwood Avenue TITLE: Burl 1 PLOT: Ar bou+ elecfrons TABLE OF TE ' flisjxgoo all, NE, Baseball, Track, T nis, Ke 'nglon 'Dance ommiHee, Locker, Luncln- , Traffic Squads, Senaior, S. P. R., Engineer- s cs: g . FOO OTES: He was no viper. Tl1aI"s cerfain. ll I ,Vi K I' WILLIAM FELL 2 xE. umberland Srreef TITLE: Felly C PLOT: Dancing SEETIN ' amera Club darkroom TABLE OFIOO NTS: Camera and Screen Club, Engi- riiiringwg ub, Commercial Geography Club, Bible 0 ,dy lub, Track, Megaphone Typisl, Orchesfra, unclwroom Squad, Caplain of Traffic Squad. FOOTNOTES: One fina da Fell'-eh, Boss? MARTIN FERRIER ZOOSVE. Dauphin Srreer TITLE: Mari' 1 nfl!!! PLOT: Laughing semi: . odsfi. Dauphin shea TABLE OF CO E S: Missing FO TN . Mari' was I'I1e lad wi'I'I'1 +l1e ever-presenf VW , a smile of genuine greefing fo all. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL WILLIAM FlEDLER 362i Old Yorlc Road TITLE: Bill PL T: Sfrong man sfunis SETTING: Fo fi E' TABLE OF CONTENT : Gym am, raclc Team, Capiain of Foo+ball Te , re ng Club, Boxing Club, Pres- ideni' of ' ' lass refary of "B" Class, Secreiary of "A"' ss, Se for, Senaie Awards CommiHee, "C' l s Moonlig + CommiHee, Junior Prom Com- ' enior Prom Commiflee, Mafhemafics Service Clu . FOOTNOTES: The physical Ailas of Nor'l'heas'l. Whai a man! CONYERS FINCKEL SV ' ford Avenue TITLE: Bud . 'Pl ?7??77 SETTlNG:iAroun - m TABLE OF CONTENTS Hon Roll, S. P. R., Senafor, Hi-Y Club, "C' las -V oonlighf CommiH'ee, Junior Prom Com if e - or Prom Commilfee, Vice-Pres- idenl' of " " l , Megaphone Sfaff, Business Man- ager of cord Book, Freshman Foofball, lnferclass Bas bal apfain, Dues Collecfor, lnferclass Fool'- ba , I class Soccer. FOOT ES: When Bud became Business Manager of Record Book, he changed his moHo fo "Up and 'a ' +hem!" 'rm WILLIAM FlSCl'lER, JR: 2065 E. Orleans Sfreel' TITLE: Bill I ll PLOT: Phofography SETTING: ln fronl' of a lens TABLEXOF CONTENTS: Camera Club. FOOTNOTES: A+ any rake, we'll always be able 'ro pic- furle Bill. Q J W ALEXANDER FLEMINCQX llf29o4 Biamond s+ree+ TITLE: Al V PLOT: Mineralogy SET G: Room 205 TABLE OF CONT S: Capfain of Traffic and Locker Squacls, Senigp, S. P. R., Record Bool: S+a'Ff, German Club, En ering Club, Garden Club, Presidenl' of Mineraqlo Club, Secre+ary of Hi-Y Club. FOOTNOTE: . Al's penchanl was for minerals. We hope you sfrilce if rich some day, lad! 32 CLASS RECORD, JUNE i933 ISADORE JACK FOGEL 265I . Holl d S'l'ree+ TITLE Jack . reaking 'rapes ETTI : efi TABLE OF CO TE T I res man k, reshman Cross C nfry S oss Counfry, slling Club, Malhe- r Record Book Sfaff. U 9 OTES ck had a penchan+ for breaking fapes. The re ng feafure aboul' if was 'rhal fhey were 'those In' apes 'lhal' +hey have al' 'lhe end of races. S , - I' 'c e E. Club, Dancing Club, Usher af School f - . e - - . u ' d I FRANK T. FOLEY I5I7 W. Cumberland S+ree'I' TITLE: Joe I 5 f PLOT: Running ING: Track TABLE OF S: Mineralogy Club, Microscopy , Cl G lub, R e Scenery Club, Sfamp Club, " Jo ' lub, S. . R., Cross Counfry, Track, eiball. TNOTES: A successful high school career HARRY FOULKROD 638 W. lin 'lreel' TITLE: Slim f OT: Baskefba SETTIN : nde askef TABLE OF CONTENTS' r y Baskefball, Senalor, Lunch- room Squad, h alics Club, Garden Club, Honor Roll. FOO . e ve Slim like a brofher. Il seems he w prime f for in lhe defeaf of fhe facully bas- k ball feam w n if played 'fhe varsily. HOWARD FREED 73I I . 2 sl' S'I'ree+ TITLE: Leffy PLOT: Hisfory SETTIN I I af+er school TABLE OF CON : Aero Club, Baseball Squad. FOO N : nofher illusiralion of fhe old saying, "Good +h come in small packages." NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL SAMUEL FRIEDMAN 2I62 N. 8+h S+reeT TITLE: Sammy PLOT: Talk sETTiNes All avar TABLE OF CONTENTS: Missing FOOTNOTES: His speech Tlowed wiTh aII The mellifluence OT one OT Mr. FiTzgeraId's word IisTs. SYDNEY FRIEDMAN 2353 N. IOTh STreeT TITLE: Fried PLOT: ,........... 7 SETTING: FronT sTeps TABLE OF CONTENTS: Missing FOOTNOTES: One of The original real NorTheasTers. , I f CHARLES YARDLEYf I i, 2523 26'I'I1 STreeT TITLE: FURNESS S I- I X PLOT: Genealogy , S TTI 3- P his Tamily Tree TABLE OF UQ " mfg O I remaining member OT origi- nal and, yi erals TonKBasebaII, Founder OT LiTerary CI b Lafi ' Club, Bibe STudy Club, Chorus Roll a e, - OrchesTra, Foo+balI Band, Megaphone T , om ne Coach Tor Band, S. P. R., Honor Roll, f sTra, nd Librarian. OTES: T s 'Fair youTh Traces his ancesTry back To he Time when men wore iron suiTs and woman's place was in The home. ANTHONY GALLO 2923 N. Van PeI+ S+reeT TITLE: Tony PLOT: WriTing Biographies sETTiNes Library TABLE OF CONTENTS: Spanish clara, Member of Track Team, Bible STudy Club, LiTerary Club, Commercial Geography Club. FOOTNOTES: Tony was a Tirm believer in The TacT ThaT some day Teudaiism would once more re+urnq so he seT ouT To work. He reasoned: "Work Tor The IcnighT is coming." - CLASS RECORD, JUNE I933 WALTER GANT f is .Page s+fee+ TITLE: Sir Walf ' PLOT: Chiseling f I 'TT G: ym TABLE 5 T : Mafhemalics Club, French Club, iLife CI , Sfamp Club, S. P. R., Honor Roll, X, I I , aflic Squad, Gym Team, Track. ,I ES: M'sieur le Ganf, 'for all his size is as ' s oofh as any glove. Q 1 if PETER GARB s ' 6new.Harold s+ree+ Xxx. TITLE: ear ,ff PLOT: Baskefball fe, y SETTING: Gym' amce TABLE'.OF OONTENTS: Cross Counlry, Track, Baseball, Baskefball Sfamp Club f I I , . Q Garbo had a wonderful disposifion, besides elng an a+hle+e of no mean abnllly f LAWRENCE JAMES GEOGHEGAN 925 E. Russel Sireei TITLE: Larry PLOT: Any Sfeinmeh Hangouf: Ye Olde Geoghegan Homesfeade TABLE OF CONTENTS: Caplain of Locker Squad, Malhe- ma+ics Service Club, Honor Roll. FOOTNOTES: We look forward fo 'Phe day when Larry's name will be on +he lisf of our counfry's leading malhemaficians. BERNARD GERSON 2739 N. 5I'h SI'ree'I TITLE: Pro PLOT: Gym SETTING: Turner's TABLE OF CONTENTS: Mafhemafics Club, Lafin Club, Locker Squad, Alfernafe, Honor Roll, S. P. R., Gym Team in '32 and '33, Scholarship Io Philadelphia Turner's. FOOTNOTES: Pro may be small, buffhe cerfainly is noi lacking in gymnaslic abilify. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL EMANUEL GLICKMAN 2071 E. Birch s+fee+ TITLE: Manny PLOT: Gymnaslics SETTING: On he rse TABLE OF CONTENT C plan I eam, NE, Phil- adelphia Turng m e Sc rs ip, Individual Cham- pionship a+ School ym Championship Mee+, R '3I, '32 and 33, Secrefary and Reporler o Assembly Commill , Honor Roll, Cheerleader, Record Book Slaff, Commercial Geography Club. FOOTNOTES: For form he can'+ be bea'I'en. SOLOMON GOLDBERG I855 N. II+h itfeel' TITLE: Sol PLOT: Playing hisdrdonlbbne , I' SETTINQ5 Room1,Izfy.I3'i TABLE OF CONTENTS: Band', Orcheslfla, Music Club, Glee Club, Revue Orchesfra of '3I and '32, Kensing'I'on Dance Orcheslra, All 'Public High Band and Orcheslra, Freshman Cros Coun+FW Revue of '30, Senafor, S. P. R., c "dy s ,ipfnfin Traffic squad Sfamp Club. a 3 I 1 A U FOU S: And now Sol will be able fo fell Ihe girls Ljhe goes 'ro Temple, wiI'houI having Io fabrica'I'e. BERNARD GOLDSCHMIDT 2723 N. Warn, cl: Slreel' TITLE: Reds OT: Traclz S TTING: G. M.'s house TABLE OF CON NTS: Megaphone is e ord Boolc Sfaff, Sena+o52NA" Clgss' D es c or, Sena+e Elec- Hon C mxTI'I'ee, L I: r S , Wresllin Club, Cur- re lsfor b, ' ass Sofc' olnmiflee, Wres'I'- ng Fea+herwei ht hamp in' '3l,, 'Coun'Iry Team, Track Team.j1Y I, '32 and '3 L" FOOTNOTES: Oh, ell, "vari is Ihe spice of life." PAUL GOODMAN 3533 Jasper S'I'ree'r TITLE: Paul PLOT: Crooning SETTING: Kensinglon Dances TABLE OF CONTENTS: Orcheslra, Record Book S+aFF, Leader of Norfheasl-Kensinglon Dance Orches'I'ra, Traffic Squad, Kensingfon Dance CommiH'ee, Class His- forian, Honor Roll, Megaphone S'I'aFI, Senior Prom Commi'Hee, Music Club. FOOTNOTES: We never knew PauI's 'ralenf unfil fhe day of fhe Kensingfon Dance, when he lei' go and began io croon our favorife diHy. CLASS RECORD, JUNE I933 VINCENT GOODRIDGE I9I9 N. Marshall Slreel TITLE: Vin PLOT: H"s a secrefl SETTI : Gym oflicefg TABLE OF CONTENTS Manaiger o ogfball Team, NE, Infermediafe A hl ic Award, ix? of '30, '3l, '32, and '33, 'nafe PYP of '29 ' ,X nd '3l, "C" Class Chairma of cia Comvivfliee, Ques Collecfor, "B" Class an? ommilfee d Elechoneer, Record Boolr Sla , Se r Prom mi'H'ee, Traffic, Locker and L hrpcfrilw Squ ngineering Club, Hi-Y, Camera CI f'Tropical 's Club, Idenfilicafion Club. FOOTN TES: Ever school has one 'fellow who really does a lol-need we say more? HARMON GORDON 4238 Yord Road TITLE: Harm PLOT: Moosic SETTING: Kelly's Hash House TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chaplain of ln'l'er-High Spanish Club, Music Club, Engineering Club, Senafe Play, Band, Orchesfra, Kensingfon Dance Orchesfra, Infer- Class Baslrelball, Traffic and Lunchroom Squads. FOOTNOTES: This fellow Irnew how 'fo play more insfru- men'Is 'Ihan any ofher in 'lhe class. MORTON GORDON ISI3 N. 7+h Sireei' TITLE: Morl' PLOT: Trying fo be serious SETTING: Al's Ealing Emporium TABLE OF CONTENTS: Edifor of "La Esfrella Espanola," Sub-Edilor on Megaphone S+aFF, Treasurer of Spanish Club, Lalin Club, ln+er-High Spanish Club, Infer-High Lalin Club, Revue of '30, S. P. R., Traffic and Lunch- room Squads, S. P. R., Alfernale, Usher, Mafhemafics Club, lnler-Club Baslcefball and Baseball, Manager of Wresfling Team, Tennis, Class Prophef, Record Book S'IaFIi. FOOTNOTES: Mori was +he wallning banlr. He lenf money fo everyone, buf when he fried fo collecl - poor fellow! WILLIAM GRAF 6326 Oalcley S'lreeI' TITLE: Bill PLOT: Smacking homers SETTING: Behind +he plaie TABLE OF CONTENTS: Foolball Team, Baseball Team, Presidem' of "B" Class, Presideni' of "A" Class, "B" Class Execulive CommH"l'ee, "A" Class Execufive Com- miH'ee, Junior Prom Commi'Hee, Senior Prom Com- miffee, Assembly Commi'H'ee, Kensingfon Dance Com- miHee, Record Boolc S'I'afF. FOOTNOTES: Invesfigafors invariably found +haI' The fhings around school 'Thai really wenf, had Bill behind ihem, even when H' came 'lo baseball. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL FRANK E. GRACZYK 2966 Edgemonl' Slreel' TITLE: Frank PLOT: Hiiiing +he line SETTING: Around Iown TABLE OF CONTENTS: Varsily Foolball in '3I and '32, Senior Prom Commiffee, Junior Prom Commiflee, Baskefball, Traffic Squad, Aero Club, Garden Squad, Senalor, S. P. R. FOOTNOTES: Frank was I'he "cen'I're" of all ac'I'iviI'ies-on Ihe foofball field, anyway. CARL GROSS 2I2l N. 5'I'h SI'ree'I' TITLE: Curly PLOT: Lessons SETTING: Kifchen TABLE OF CONTENTS: Malh Club, Honor Roll. FOOTNOTES: Curly is a fellow who doesn'+ believe in pro- crasfinafion. WILLIAM H. GROSS I2I I W. Cambria S'I'reeI' TITLE: Bill PLOT: Baskefball SETTING: Lunchroom TABLE OF CONTENTS: Track, Baskelball. FOOTNOTES: Bill buried his Iigh+ under a cloak of modesly during his slay. His acI'iviI'ies were few, bul' he pul everyihing he had info Ihem. ' WALTER GUMEN 32I8 N. Hope Slreel' TITLE: Wall PLOT: Music SETTIN Q Rear court TABLE TE ' lub, Sfamg Club, Aero ub, efba I, , a pionship Indoor R aseball Team, vm e ' i N E Noi' only an afhlefe bui' also scholar enough I k 'Ihe value ofw-music. CLASS RECORD, JUNE I933 ,fly WILLIAM HADFIELD 47jop.g'F.lGshawe s+fee+ TITLE: Haady RIM!!! PLOT: spam SEIT earl courfyard TABLE OF C TTENTS: Bible Sfudy Club, Spanish Club, Fsxggraiygl Wil TES: He may some day be a railroad man-he hung around The 'lraclr so much. ELLWOOD HANNINGS 7256 Sommers Road TITLE: Bus PLOT: Malling up alibis SETTING: Soccer field TABLE OF CONTENTS: Freshman Soccer, Varsify Soccer, Liferary Club, German Club, Bible Sludy Club, "C" Class Execufive Commiflee, "A" Class Execulive Com- mii'I'ee. FOOTNOTES: Bus has probably made up more alibis for fellows who've cur, ihan Mr. Firzgerald has word lisis. MILTON HANTMAN 720 W. Norris S+ree+ TITLE: Milf PLOT: Scholarship SETTING: Fronl hall TABLE OF CONTENTS: Manuscripl' Club, Mafhemalics Club, Model Aeroplane Club, Chess Club, Spanish Club, Gym Leader, Traffic Squad. FOOTNOTES: II' seems rhaf Milf con+en'red himself wifh worlring foward fhe complelion of his course in 'lhree and a half years. ALBERT HAYMAN 262I W. Somersel' S'l'ree'I TITLE: AI PILOT: Boxing SETTING: In his corner TABLE OF CONTENTS: Li+erary Club, Ma+hema+ics Club, German Club, Senafor, S. P. R., Traffic Squad. FOOTNOTES: In 'lhis corner, ladies and genfs, The un- crowned Icing of lhe fighl' world. He can Ialle Il. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL HERBERT HAYMAN 3548 N. Broad SI'reeI' TITLE: Herb PLOT: Jumping fences SETTING: ......,..... 7 TABLE OF CONTENTS: Track Team of '30, '3I and '32, Capfain of Track Team in '33, InI'ercIass Foofball, In+ercIass Baskefball, Freshman Cross Counfry, Mafhe- ma'I'ics Club, Liferary Club, Lunchroom and Traffic Squads, Senaior, Senafe AThIe+ic Awards Commiffee, Record Book Sfaff, Senior Prom Commiffee. FOOTNOTES: Back in The '90's, people Thoughi kangaroos were The besi' iumpers. Tha+, of course, was before Herb came To Norfheasf. MAURICE HEATON, JR. 3956 Darien S+ree+ TITLE: Heai PLOT: Running around SETTING: N. E. H. s. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Missing FOOTNOTES: Heaf was everybody's 'friend and could have counied his enemies on The fingers of a one-armed man's missing arm. JOHN HECKMAN 3I40 N. 25+h S'rree'I' TITLE: Heck ALOT: Chemisfry SeH'ing: Chemisir b TABLE or co,NTE 1 isny ciiib, Manennaiics Club, H564 Roi. FOOT OTES: ig, siIen'r man. SYDNEY R. HENKIN 2930 N. 5+h SI'reeT TITLE: Henk PLOT: Silence . SETTING: Fronf s+eps TABLE OF CONTENTS: Vice-Presideni' of LaIin Club, Curreni' Hisfory Club, Goldbug Club, Traffic and Lunchroom Squads, Sena+or, S. P. R., Megaphone S+aFF, Record Book SIaFf, Honor Roll. FOOTNOTES: You all know Foxx's average in baHin', Bu'I' '+wasn'+ higher Than Henk's in Lafin. 40 CLASS RECORD, JUNE I933 NELSON CLYDE HILL 5606 McMahon Slreel' TITLE: Mickey PLOT: Ac+ing SETTING: Any fhealre TABLE OF CONTENTS: Presidenf of Engineering Club, Sfamp Club, S. P. R., TraFfic, Lunchroom, and Locker Squads. FOOTNOTES: This young genfleman is quife an aclor for his size. NATHAN HIRSHEY l402 N. 7+h S'I'ree'r TITLE: Nafe PLOT: Legerdemain SETTING: In a hal' TABLE OF CONTENTS: Freshman Soccer, Revues of '30, '3I, '32 and '33, Senafe Plays of '29, '30, '3I and '32, Organizer and Presidenf of Presfidigilalors, French Club, Idenlificafion Club, Chess Club, Esperanlo Club, Psychology Club, Mafhemafics Club, Glee Club, Mi- croscopy Club, Rifle Club, Physical Culfure Club, Li'rerary Club, Record Book Sraff, Second Senafe Award, Lunchroom and Traffic Squads. FOOTNOTES: Nafe could pres+idigi+afe everyfhing, bui when if came 'ro marks, The leachers refused fo accepf any hokus-pokus. EMANUEL H FFM 38I2 Girard Avenue TITLE: Manny PLOT: Trig 4 TTIN : r. Ziegler's room li, TABLE OF O TE : Presidenf of Lafin Club, Presi- ,il den+ f e 'sl' ry Club, Presideni' of Gold Bug Club Se re of Maihemafics Service Club, Li+erary , 3 CI , Re o Book'SI'aff, S. P. R., Alfernafe, Capfain Traffic nd Lunchroom Squads, Megaphone Sfaff. ' TNOTES: armless. Probably aims Io become a Lafin I Teacher so he can "hic, haec, hoc," wilhouf people fhinking him 'the worse for 3.2. FRANK HOFFMAN za: .25+hS+ree+ Y ,- TITLE: Hoff PLOT: Talking V' sen T suso in ' OTES genial personali+y whose 'friends were in I in 'I NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL 4I H s X420 !CQral S+ree'I' TITLE: HOHY if jj! PLOT: Prefzels s gn Q-fllzeer eareiqfg TABLE or c TElsI .i Locker Squad, AI+erna+e, skew, Club, lnlercl Baslball, ln+erclass Baslcefball, Candi- dafe f r Tr lc. lo OTNO : "Quia as The summer sea- HOWARD HOLMES 33l2 N. Wafer Slreel' TITLE: Holmespun OT: Columnisfing SETTI G: N f e phone room TABLE OF CO ure Edilor of Megaphone, Re- vues of '3I d 3, Senalor, French Dic+a+ion Club, Assembl C lecfo, Swimming Team, Liferary Club, Assis Edilor of Record Book, Logicians Club, Vice- den+ of Frenc Club, Captain of Garden Squad. TNOTES: When be'Her columnisrs are made - will Holmespun be sore! LOUIS HORNER 902 Juniper Sfreel' Oualceriown, Pa. TITLE: Lou PLOT: ,Chemis+ry HANGOUT: Any corner, wailing for a s reel car TABLE OF CONTENTS: Boil WI, res'l'ling Team, Caplain of Lunchroo' d Traffic Squads, Maihe- mafics Club, Engweerin Club. jf d ouf +o f e s+iclcs." How's all The hogs u FOOTN youfh who Turned "hecker" on us an h " and h ses, Lou? JACOB HOTTINGER I628 N. Cadwallader Sfreel' TITLE: Jake PLOT: Archifeciure SETTING: Room 325 TABLE OF CONTENTS: Senafor, S. P. R., Sero Club, Chem- isfry Club, Track, Honor Roll. FOOTNOTES: "l see nothing, l hear nofhing, l say nolh- ing." Jusl' anofher big silenr man. CLASS RECORD, JUNE i933 CHARLES HUDEC I243 E. Columbia Avenue TITLE: Charlie PLOT: HiH'ing Ihe line SETTING: Foo'IbaII field TABLE or CONTENTS: ro.-,fb I , Track, Assembly Sfenographer. FOOTNOTES: r ha 'Io debonair, graceful Charlie W coul a high hurdle wiI'h Ihe besr of Ihem an iusf 'the righi' size Io fill in Ihe weak spof i ny line. BERTRAM HUROWITZ I639 N. Marshall S'IreeI' TITLE: Berr PLOT: ,........... ? SETTING: Broad and Yorlr TABLE OF CONTENTS: Liferary Club, Ma+hema'rics Club, Garden Club, Garden Squad, Honor Roll. FOOTNOTES: He had a mood Io suif Ihe demand of any occasion, buf his ioviaIi+y was mosf pronounced. SAMUEL HYMAN 2420 E. Clearfield S+ree'I' TITLE: Squirf PLOT: Cheering SETTING: Morrison Hall S+age TABLE OF CONTENTS: Gym Team, NE, Swimming, NE, Revue, Record Book S+aFf, Assembly Commiifee, Dues Collecfor, Cheerleader, Megaphone SraIT, Senafor, Spanish Club, Commercial Geography Club, Second in AII-Around Inrerscholasfic Swimming Meer, Foudh in AII-Around Inferscholasfic Gym Meer. FOOTNOTES: Our own iuvenile Tarzan. One of Ihe origi- nal "Hee-rah, hi-rah" boys. DONALD IRELAN 2060 E. Auburn S'Iree+ TITLE: Don PLOT: Fixing his "Chewy" SETTING: Under his "Chewy" TABLE OF CONTENTS: S+amp Club, Gym Leader, S. P. R., Candy Salesman. FOOTNOTES: Every 'Iime we saw Don worlning on his car, we were reminded of +he Iirsf fime we +ooIc a cloclc apar+ and decided fo lei fhe whole ma'H'er slide. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL THEODORE ISEN Jggbz N. Eigh+h s+ree+ TITLE: Ted N, jf jf PLOT: T-TTS laugh SETTMG: Camden TABLE OF CONTE LS: German Club, Mafhemafics Club, Boxing, i,Wre ' g, Glee Club, infer-High Glee Club, Traffic wwf unchroom Squads, Record Book S+aff. FOdifd91E'S: Ted go'f along well unfil he came 'fo Trig, ' Then-oh, well, why Talk abou+ if? J J WILBUR JACKSON 7423 Georgian Road TITLE: Will LOT' ok-keeping SETTI Baseme TABLE OF C NTS: e Club, Commercial Geograp y u , n a esman, Honor Roll, Aller- naie. FOOTNOT : l lefmore ep and acfion would bring Will ' i e limelight LEOPOLD PHILIP JAEQE Q70 X1 llpl Hufchlnson S'free'f TITLE: Lee ., I i PLOT: Typing 1 boom 225 TABLE Oil NTENTS:iSenafe, Sena+e Consfifufion and By- J, iommiffee, Capfain of Locker and Traffic fl Sq , Megaphone S1'aFf,'Record Book Sfaff, Candy 5 sman, Usher af Senafe Play and Revue, Assembly ,fy T eporfer, S. P. R., Currenf Hisfory Club, Commercial IX if eography Club, Honor Roll. XFOOTNOTES: Lee was our all-round Typing experfg his willingness fo work made possible The complefion of many proiecfs, including fhis Record Book. CARL JANKIEWICZ 2243 N. Hancock S+ree+ TITLE: Jank PLOT: Thinking SETTING: Deep in fhoughf TABLE OF CONTENTS: Junior Orchesrra, Senior Orches- fra, Mineralogy Club, Spanish Club, Traffic Squad, Honor Roll, Candy Salesman. FOOTNOTES: Jank made a "go" of many fhings during his s+ay. CLASS RECORD, JUNE I933 NELSON R. JANTZEN 49l3 N. llih Slreel' TITLE: Nels PLOT: Flowers SETTING: Garden Bed ' TABLE or CONTENTS: F , ciubyrrench Dic+a+ion ilub, ' n. , n Squad, Traffic Squad, , f p er, Honor Roll, Tennis Team, 71-E i Efiiowling earmf F-OOTNOTES: Nels' acriviries malre us ceriain fhaf, once oul' of school, he will "bowl" 'them over f RALPH JOSEPH 2263Nufifbclwiclc Sheer TITLE: J f I or: PI +' a " oe V Ay an mg aisles I' SETTIN : chool grounds TTABLEP I I TENT :Treasurer of Garden Club, Ger- rf, ub, Garden Squad, Honor Roll. JZXOTNO ES: His papers on gardening were a liberal edu- cafion in Themselves. SYDNEY KANE 252l N. 29+h Srreel' TITLE: Syd PLOT: Microscopy SETTING: Lab TABLE OF CONTENTS: Presidenf of Microscopy Club, Chemisfry Club, Marhemafics Club, Psychology Club, French Dicrafion Club, Commencemenr Speaker, Honor Roll. FOOTNOTES: Syd worked on +he assumpfion 'rhal' nofhing was foo small for him fo bofher wifh. WALTER B. KELLY 4039 N. l2'Ih Sl'ree'I' TITLE: Wall PLOT: Drumming SETTING: A+ fhe Piano TABLE OF CONTENTS: Presideni' of Curreni' Evenfs Club, Delegafe 'ro Model Assembly of League of Nafions, Usher al Revues and Senale Plays, Debale Club, French Club, Presideni' of Esperanlo Club, Candy Salesman, "C" Class Secrefary, Record Book Sraff, Lunchroom Squad, Senafor, Senale Awards Commiflee, Honor Roll. FOOTNOTES: So shy Thar he would nor even praclice his piano lessons if someone was about NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL MARTIN KERMACY I936 Mascher Slreel' TITLE: Mar+y PLOT: Archileciure SETTING: All? Museum TABLE or CONTENTS: oreheafa, Megaphone s+af+, Chemis+ry Club, Mineralogy Club, Spanish Club, Hon- or Roll. I f FOOTN TESflofe are sure 'Thar Mar+y's in+eres+ in Min- L a OQVWODIT make his pa+h a rocky one. He has foo mu h "go" for +l1al'. GEORGE KIESLING 2020 E. Cumberland Slreel' TITLE: Lillle Gawge PLOT: Jolcing SETTING: Lunchroom TABLE OF CONTENTS: Camera Club, Commercial Geog- raphy Club, Engineering Club, Presiidigifalors Club, Traffic and Lunchroom Squads, Typisl and Reporrer on Megaphone Slalif, Honor Roll. FOOTNOTES: Ever punning, ever kidding, ever smiling- and alas, ever ready wifh some "sfale" iolce. PAUL V. KING 4823 Comley Sl'ree'l TITLE: Kingie PLOT: Silence SEWING: Aufo shop TABLE OF CONTENTS: Missing FOOTNOTES: Ano+her mimmer-Kingae was a real ace! WALTER KINKA 255l . Hulchinson Sl'ree'r TITLE: Dufch PLOT: Baslce+ball TTI : over TABLE O2 TS: ln oor Baseball, Baslrelball, Sen- r, . . F0 T - HTFY. +ry. fry again" is Du+cl1's mo'l'l'o. CLASS RECORD, JUNE I933 NATHAN S. KLIEMAN 434 . York S+ree+ TITLE: Nale PLOT: Business SETTI : Paul TABLE OF CONTEN : Vi e-Presidenf of The Camera Club, Chess Club, C rnercial Geography Club, Currenl Hisfory Clu , egaphone S+alT, Honor Roll, Lunch- roo Sq , ap+ain of Traffic Squad, Candy Sales- m n. O T ES: Nafe made good use of his spare lime while Norlheasf. PAUL KLIEMAN 434 W. York Slreel TITLE: Paul PLOT: Shorlhand SETTING: The Dean's office TABLE OF CONTENTS: Secrefary lo School Dean, Mega- phone Sfaff, Capfain of Traffic and Lunchroom Squads, Candy Salesman, Presfidigifafors Club, German Con- versalion Club, Honor Roll. FOOTNOTES: A chubby li'Hle rascal who gol his biggesl' kick ouf of chasing freshmen from fhe halls while on Traffic Squad dufy. ENOCH KLIMAS 2538 E. Allegheny Avenue TITLE: Iggy PLOT: Vergil SETTING: Room 309 TABLE OF CONTENTS: Tennis Team, Norfheasl Tennis Champion in '32, Golf, Track, ln+erclass Baslzeiball, Lafin Club, Malhemalics, Record Boolc Slaff. FOOTNOTES: Abou? 'I'he Third fellow in 'lhe class, who, according 'I'o all presenf indicafions, should hold 'The nafional fennis singles championship some lime wilhin 'The nexi' len years. T. WALTER KLING Sl I4 N. I2+h S+ree+ TITLE: W. PLOT: Sfudying SETTING: Over a desi: TABLE OF CONTENTS: Presidenl of Bible Sludy Club, Treasurer of German Club, Liferary Club, Curreni Evenls Club, Chess and Checkers Club, Psychology Club, Locker Squad, Lunchroom Squad, Senalor, Busi- ness Sfaff of Megaphone, Record Book Sfaff, Honor Roll every fime wilh rafing of eifher Disfinguished or Highesl' Honors, Firs+ Senale Award. FOOTNOTES: T. W. swung a mean briefcase-merely 50 lbs. or so. Mosl' lilrely I'ha'I"s how he gol' where he did. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL THEODORE KOSLOFSKY I848 N. Marshall Sfreei TITLE: Toby PLOT: Aciiviiy SETTING: N. E. H. S. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Spanish Club, Commercial Geog- raphy Club, Honor Roll. FOOTNOTES: Thinking is ihe easies+ Ihing for Toby 'Io do. Don'+ you +hink so? JULIUS KOSLOW 6244 ChesI'nu'I' S+ree'I' TITLE: Joy PLOT: Talking aboui Russia SETTING: Russia TABLE OF CONTENTS: Liierary Club, Ma'I'hemaI'ics Club, Chess Club, Wresfling Club, Traffic Squad, Record Book Sfafli, Freshman Soccer, Freshman Fooiball, Honor Roll. FOOTNOTES: All his classmaies conceded 'thai' Joy would have made a good soapbox oraior, if he were a good ora+or and had a soapbox. Bui' for all +ha+, Joy knew his Russia! LOUIS ARTHUR KRUG 6I40 N. Fa'i'hiI 'rreei' TITLE: Lou LOT' y SETTING: Him er TABLE OF CONTENTS: Vice-Preside + of " L"CIass, Vice- X- Presidenf of "B" Class, Assisi' n jo of 'Recgrdff Book, Du CoI.Iec+or, Juni r om' Com i'ee,fPr'esi- deni' offijpemisfry Lu ro mlaiid Locker Squads, Usherfai AII P ys, Sena+e Play Commi++ee, Senare Eglifiifuii and By-Laws CommiI'+ee, Senafe Awards X o ee, Trophy Case Commiffee, Sena'I'or, Honor I R , Rifle Club, German Club, Spring Senaie Dance Iee Firs1'iSenaie Award C FOOTNOJZESKAT red-headed imp who won his way info all our hjyfs. 1 PAUL GRIMLEY KUNTZ 22I7 N. Park Avenue TITLE: Paul PLOT: Travel SETTING: Europe TABLE OF CONTENTS: Secrefary and Presideni of Ger- man Club, Liferary Club, Lafin Club, Record Book Siaiif, Honor Roll. FOOTNOTES: One of ihe few fravellers who can really reIa'I'e inieresfingly and definiiely ius'I' whal' 'Ihey have seen. 48 CLASS RECORD, JUNE I933 HERMAN LAMPERT 3006 Franlciord Avenue TITLE: Hem PLOT: Harmonizing SETTING: Room l23 TABLE OF CONTENTS: Orchesira, Glee Club, Traffic Squad, Commercial Geography Club, Wresiling Club, Presfidigifafors Club. FOOTNOTES: A big sirong man, who iusf fwisis fhe girls around his finger. ELMER LAUB l52 W. Lippinco'H S+ree'I' TITLE: Laubie PLOT: Soccer SETTING: Near 'ihe goal line TABLE OF CONTENTS: Varsify Soccer, ll5 lb. Foofball Team, Gym, Wresfling, Boxing, Baseball, Track, Tralilic Squad, Execuiive Commiiiee, Mineralogy Club, Aero Club, Li+erary Club, Leader Club, Garden Club, Com- mercial Geography Club. FOOTNOTES: When Laubie goi' 'lhe Soccer ball under his foe, sfands wenf crazy and opposing 'reams fhrew in +he sponge. WALLACE LEA 7l2 W. Cambria Sireei' TITLE: Wally PLOT: Jack of all 'Trades SETTING: Good old NE's "campus" TABLE OF CONTENTS: Glee Club, Megaphone Sfaff, De- baiing Team, German Club, Traffic and Lunchroom Squads, S. P. R. FOOTNOTES: A good siudenf, buf one of ihose "Special Gym" sfudenfs. BERNARD LEFKOWITZ 8 n on Avenue TITLE: Bernie PLOT: Tennis S G: s Couris TABLE OF CO ENT .Tennis Team, Swimming, Record Book Siaff, eg one Sfaff, S. P. R., Aliernafe, "C" Class Exe e Commiifee, "C" Class Banquef Com- mi'H'ee, anish Club, Honor Roll. ES: Here's 'lhe chap who played all his "love" mes on The "cour+" and every one was "ner" profil. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL EDWARD R. LEOPOLD 552 E. Chelfenham Avenue TITLE: Lee PLOT: Golden Silence SETTING: The Avenoo TABLE OF CONTENTS: Rifle Club, Aero Club, Micros copy Club, S. P. R., Ligh'l'weigh+ Foofball Team. FOOTNOTES: For all his being a member of The Rifle Club, he doesn'+ Try To preTencl he's a "bigshol'." SEYMOUR LEVENSTEIN I0,I7 W. Cumberland SI'ree1' TITLE: Levee PLOT: Crashing cymbals Ny, SE , rchesfra pil' TABLE OF , NT, Bono, ofonoono, Lafin club, Frelhclkllic ion Club. O oT'Eso For all his size, Levee was The big noise o h class. SHERMAN LEVISON l302 Mervine S'rree+ TITLE: De+ec+ive PLOT: Shaclowing SETTI NG: Locker room TABLE OF CONTENTS: copjllan oflwcleifgquad, Bona, Aero Club, Candy Salesmangyf fame To Tell us wha+ ever became of all FOOTNC? ESjMcall otrilfgefecfive some day when h a' ' Th ligins for a Norfheasf Library. JOSEPH LIEB I952 N. 4'rh S+ree+ TITLE: Joo PLOT: Pomaoo SETTING: ony Hall TABLE OF CONTENTS: Megaphone S+a'Ff, Honor Roll. FOOTNOTES: Though Joe has been wi+h us only Two Terms, he has made himself lilced by all. 50 CLASS RECORD, JUNE I933 DAVID H. LIPSON 2940 Richmond S'l'ree'l TITLE: Dave PLOT: Sporfs SETTING: Courlyard TABLE OF CONTENTS: Vice-Presidenf and Librarian of Currenl' Hisfory Club, Lafin Club, Garden Club, Gar- den Squad, Goldbug Club, Mineralogy Club, Presfi- digifafors Club, Honor Roll, Alfernale, S. P. R. FOOTNOTES: He insisfed on knowing fhe whys and where- 'fores of everylhing, and such were his powers of in- ferrogalion 'lhaf he usually found 'them out EDWIN LISS 28ll N. 27+h S'lree'l TITLE: Ed PLOT: Phofography SETTING: Darkro TABLE OF CONTENTS: Assi an Mari of Foofball Team, Manager of Secon ea , rals, Presideni of Camera Club, Garde b rime Club, Tropical Fish Club, Maihem Ii b, iking Club, Liierary Club, G r en rafiic Squads, Usher af Senafe Play, d k Sfaff, Consfrucfion Manager of Norf as r room. FOOTN : If was Ed's hard work 'thai made lhe Camera Club darkroom a realify. WILSON LITTLE 2922 N. Camac Sfreef TITLE: Wils A PLOT: Sport SETTIN g e ' e TABLE OF CONTENTS:T lub, Aero Club, Freshman BaskeIb'l, F an rac , Honor Roll, Traffic Squad. FO T who knows Wils knows whal a greal' is. A liH'le girl-shy, buf ..... HAROLD T. LLOYD 2542 W. Cumberland Sfreef TITLE: Lawd PLOT: Running errands SETTING: Ask Lloyd TABLE OF CONTENTS: Revues of '3l and '32, Commercial Geography Club, Alfernafe, Traffic and Lunchroom Squads, Assembly Commi'H'ee, Chemisfry Club, Garden Club, Debaling Club. FOOTNOTES: Harold's besl' assei' is his popularify. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL WESLEY LOYER ZIOI S. 20+I1 Sireei' TITLE: Wes PLOT: Trig SETTING: Reading Terminal TABLE OF CONTENTS: Dues Collecfor, S. P. R., Traffic Squad, Second Foo+baIl Team. FOOTNOTES: Wes has 'Ihe good looks fhal' should make him a Hollywood lover. HERBERT LUTSKY Bennel' Hall Apls., Camac Sfreei' and Lindley Avenue TITLE: Doc PLOT: Mr. Zimmerman's Classes SETTING: Lin+on's TABLE OF CONTENTS: Record Book Slaff, French Club, Lafin Club, Honor Roll. FOOTNOTES: Herb has a very bad Iasfe, To Lin+on's he goes, his dough Io wasfeg His size belies fhis iacf, however- He can'I' be called a gluHon-never! GEORGE LYMAN BI6 W. Berks S1'reeI' TITLE: Smiify PLOT: Rolls his own SETTING: KeIIy's TABLE OF CONTENTS: Traffic and Lunchroom Squads, Alfernafe, S. P. R., Spanish Club, Sramp Club, Bible S+udy Club, Commercial Geography Club. FOOTNOTES: "Never mind fhe nexf period. I'm going over fo Kelly's." HENRY S. MANN 2305 N. Broad SI'reeI' TITLE: Henry PLOT: Aquafics SETTING: ln 'Ihe wafer TABLE OF CONTENTS: Honor Roll, Treasurer of Chemisfry Club, Treasurer of Bible Sfudy Club, Treasurer of Gar- den Club, Liferary Club, Megaphone Sfaff, Record Book Sfaff, S. P. R., Swimming Team, Capfain of Locker and Garden Squads, Revue. FOOTNOTES: Henry was always in +he swim-buf Ihen, you can'+ keep a good Mann down. 52 CLASS RECORD, JUNE I933 HAROLD MARCZELY 2064 E. LeHerIy S+ree+ TITLE: Marc PLOT: A mysfery SETTING: Fronf Iawns TABLE OF CONTENTS: Traffic and Garden Squads, Senare Revue Commiflee. FOOTNOTES: A splendid worlrer. ANTHONY MARTIN 3759 N. 7+I1 Sireef I r TITLE: Tony Y I ff' PLOT: Gardening . rv I SETTLNG: Fvdnf Iawn TABLE OF CO TEN?6ce-Presidenf of Cbemisfry Club, Secrefary gh? CIub, Currenf Hisfory Club, Camera Iub' a roand Garden Squads, S. P. R., Record fo faff, Ihferclass Baskerball. NOTES: "Back 'Io fhe soil," said Tony, and +I1e plof ,f began Io develop-especially since if was a grass pIo+. ALFRED MASTRANGELO ZIO4 N. Lawrence Sfreei' TITLE: Fred PLOT: Dancing SETTING: A dance fIoor TABLE OF CONTENTS: Alrernafe, Rifie Club, Revue Scenery Club, Model Aeroplane Club, Honor Roll. FOOTNOTES: A ladies' man if fhere ever was one. LESTER MAXWELL 3739 N. Bouvier SI'ree'r TITLE: Les PLOT: ........,... 7 SETTING: Mr. MaxweII's domicile TABLE OF CONTENTS: German CIub Chemisfr Club I Y I Honor Roll. Laboraiory Assisfanf, Garden Squad. FOOTNOTES: An ace: a pal: a chumg a good sport In all, a sweII 'feIIow. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL JOHN McADAMS 303 E. So e+ S+ree'r TITLE: Johnny ,I 2 Sfucly a Ia car+e I SETTWQIMDrrison Hall' TABLE OF COKGENTS: Honor Roll, Inferclass Baslcefball. FOOT : A dead ringer for any of Ihe famous schol- fhe pasi. RICHARD P. MCADAMS 2733 N. 24'rh Sireei' TITLE: Mac PLOT: Running SETTING: ............ 7 TABLE OF CONTENTS: Inierclass Baskelball, Track. FOOTNOTES: One of 'Ihe reasons why we ha'I'e 'Io see school days end. WILLIAM MCBRIDE 23II E. Bosion Avenue TITLE: Reds PLOT: His soufhern drawl SETTING: Mr. Geiges' desk TABLE OF CONTENTS: Track Team of '30, '3I, '32 and '33, Honor Roll, Sena+or, "A" Class Dues Collecior, Lunchroom and Locker Squads. FOOTNOTES: If you Icnow him, you don'I have 'Io be 'fold whaf an ace he is. JOHN MEALEY 8I9 E. Thompson S+ree+ TITLE: JHCIK PLOT: Baseball SETTING: On +he diamond Icefball, Honor Roll, Senaie, S. P. R. 54 CLASS RECORD, JUNE 1933 TABLE OF CONTENTS: Inferclass Baseball, Inferclass Bas- FOOTNOTES: John was a genI'Ieman who Icnew Ihe mean- ing of 'friendship and possessed a droll sense of humor. CHARLES MEYERS 927 W. Tioga S+ree'I' TITLE: Charlie PLOT: Collecfing SEWING: Advisory TABLE OF CONTENTS: Dues Collecfor, Traclc, Loclcer Squad, Commercial Geography Club. FOOTNOTES: Charlie believes in fair play: he's a square shoofer. NORMAN MIROW 2I40 N. Fron'I' Sfreel' TITLE: Norm PLOT: Tennis SETTING: On fhe courfs TABLE OF CONTENTS: Traffic and Lunchroom S uads q . Honor Roll, Tennis Team, Pres+idigi+a+ors Club. FOOTNOTES: As 'Far as Norm is concerned, everyfhing is a "raclrei'." GEORGE MITZEL I434 N. Glenkvood Avenue TITLE: Geo p, A vi PLOT: Pifching SETTI :Z bal ield TABLE OF CONTENTS: ln erclass Baseball, Honor Roll. Foorwsljvigf handy man in fhe im. HARRY MUSTAK FF 2042 N. Froni' Sfreef TITLE Musiy PLOT: Arguing S TT ,C In healed debafe TABLE OF CO N egaphone Sfaff, Laiin Club, Glee C b De e C b Presidenf of Currenf His'I'ory Club, S ds Revue Honor Roll, Lighfweighi Foofball. FO U ES Mus+y wfh his superior Training in Currenf H fory and Asfronomy, was able fo make many a 'Fo- ic foe see sfars . V - V 1' . .1 ' V e-'Pr en+ o Asironomy Club, Garden and Traf- K .i . NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL HARRY NEGLER 2420 N. I0+h Slreei' TITLE: Neg PLOT: Engineering SETTING: Home TABLE OF CONTENTS: Engineering Club, Garden Club, German Club, Lilerary Club, Malhemalics Club, Cam- era and Screen Club, Aero Club, Senale, Traffic and Locker Squads. Honor Roll. FOOTNOTES: "A-clubbin' we will go," said Neg, and you see lhe resull. RICHARD NEILL 224I N. 4+h Slreel TITLE: Dick PLOT: Sporls SETTING: HeIen's house TABLE OF CONTENTS: Cross Coun+ry Team '29, '30, '3I and '32, Track Team, lnlerclass Sporls, Commercial Geography Club, Journalism Club, Senalor. FOOTNOTES: Dick was buill' along small lines, bul could he run! RAYMOND NETSCH 2934 N. Rorer Slreel' TITLE: Ray PLOT: His 'liddle SETTING: Orcheslra pil' TABLE OF CONTENTS: Missing FOOTNOTES: For a fellow his size, Ray could conjure up more funes wilh his violin 'lhan any ofher Iwo people. ALEXANDER NEWSTEIN I767 N. Taney Slreel' TITLE: Al ' ' PLOT: Roaming SETTING: N. E. H. S. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Spanish Club, Commercial Geog- raphy Club. FOOTNOTES: One of lhe original "jolly good fellows." 56 CLASS RECORD, JUNE l933 ROBERT NINESTEEL 23l I N. I9'I'h Sireei' TITLE: Bob PLOT: Tropical fish SETTING: A fish bowl TABLE OF CONTENTS: French Club, Secrefary of Lafin Club, Tropical Fish Club, Honor Roll. FOOTNOTES: We will remember Bob long affer grad- ua'I'ion. SAMUEL NORBURY 2232 Foniaine SI'ree+ TITLE: Nobby PLOT: Engineering SETTING: Ssshl l'I"s a secreil TABLE OF CONTENTS: Ma+hema+ics Service Club, Span- ish Club. FOOTNOTES: They say Thai "s'rilI wafers run deep," and when i+ comes fo diagnosing Nobby, we're sunk. LOUIS NOVICK 4I9 umberland S1'reeI' TITLE: Irish PLOT: Magic SE G: School Yard' TABLE F co NTS: Pfes+idigi+a+ors Club, Gola Bug C , i residenl' of Currem' Hisfory Club, Lafin onor Roll. FO OTES: "Irish," as "Thurs+on The Second," will soon be billed af all Iheafres for his greal' performances as a magician. Keep your hands on your moneyl JOHN OBERT I733 N. Blair Sfreef TITLE: Johnny T: Au+omobile SETTING UndeA a TABLE or CONT T ske+baIl, second Team Foo+baIl, Bas all, adio Club, Aero Club, Tropical Fish b. FOO . Johnny has spenf a good porfion of his life wi+ ny his heels visible, The res+ of his body buried in is aufo. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL THOMAS O'BOYLE 5327 N. I3+h S'l'ree'I' TITLE: O'Bubble PLOT: Consuming nourishmenl' SETTING: Lu nchroom TABLE OF CONTENTS: Li+erary Club, French Club, Cur- renl Evenfs Club, Tropical Fish Club, Megaphone Staff, Record Book S+af-li, Honor Roll. FOOTNOTES: Rofund, and good-nafurecl, and forever-or so I+ seemed-ealing. PAUL OPPERMAN 232l W. Somersel' Sfreel' TITLE: Opp PLOT: Fishing SETTING: Rear courfyard TABLE OF CONTENTS: Aero Club, Rifle Club. FOOTNOTES: Isaac Walfon, 2nd, bu+ he really fells +he I'ru'I'h abouf fhe size of +he one fhal' go+ away. ANTHONY PACZKOWSKI 2622 E. Salmon Slreei TITLE: Pai' PLOT: Airplanes SETTING: Kelly's TABLE OF CONTENTS: Missing FOOTNOTES: Pa+ is 'Ihe 'rype of fellow +ha+ 'Teachers dream abou+ and s+uden+s cheer about STEPHEN PAULUCH IZI Fairmou Avenue TITLE: s+eve P . Roaming SETTING: l2I F ' mou nue TABLE OF CONTENTS: 'n FOOTNOTES: fri Indeed was Sieve. A real chum. CLASS RECORD. JUNE i933 LARNER PEAK l802 W. 72nd Avenue TITLE: Lonnie PLOT: Mineralogy SETTING: Almosf any quarry TABLE OF CONTENTS: Treasurer and Presiden+ of Min- eralogy Club, Chemisfry Club, Spanish Club, Marhe- mal'ics Club, Record Book Sfaff, S. P. R., Scenery Club, Laborafory Assis+an'l, Loclrer Squad. FOOTNOTES: "Sleep Thai lrnils up The ravelled sleeve of care"-yes, Shakespeare said Thaf, Lonnie, buf if doesn'T go in Physics Classl JOHN PETTINE 3l7 E. Girard Avenue TITLE: Sfump PLOT: Sporfs s el Kelly' TABLE CONTEV'm emal'ics Club u l, .. . ba en for, Traffic and Lunch- m Squads. F TNOTES: His Waierloo was Solid Geomefry-if was almos+ Too dense for This member of +he Kelly Club. COLLIER PFLUG . agerl' Sl'reeT TITLE: Plug PLOT: Plugging I - el um T E NTENTS: Missing P ores: Plug wus u real worker. EDWIN PLATO 3l . Berlcs Sireel' TITLE: Eddie ,fffx PLOT: wlmmlu SETT NG: lsch an's TABLE or NTS. Club, leuglueeuug Club. Traffic a uads, Senaror, Honor Roll, Cham- pionship'T o Indoor Baseball League. F apl" wen? Eddie's fingers and fliH'er, er, The girls rushed To him, or so he said. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL JACK K. PLEIS I708 Spring Garden Sireef TITLE: Jack PLOT: Fishing SETTING: Room I23 TABLE OF CONTENTS: Band, Orches+ra, Mineralogy Club, Sfamp Club, All-Philadelphia High School Band, Re- vue, Mafhemafics Club, Honor Roll. FOOTNOTES: If Music is an arf, 'Ihen Jack is one of 'Ihe greai' Norlheasf arfisfs. LEON POKRAS 2I I8 N. 9Ih S'I'ree'I' TITLE: Lee PLOT: Sfudying SETTING: Home TABLE OF CONTENT : issing FOOTNOTES: R Ie was Ihe amounf of 'Iime con sumed IM on his sfudies. DAVID POLIS 302 W. Susquehanna Avenue TITLE: Dave PLOT: Chess SETTING: Over bo r TABLE OF CONTENTS: esl eni' of Chess Club, Chemis+ry CIub,'S nLlCIub, Trafficand Garden Squacls. FOOTNOTES: gan arcIen'I' devofee of fhe ancienf game of chess: fifgifuenfly he even wins. WALTER POSCH I637 N. 28'II'l Slreel TITLE: Whifey PLOT: Table Foofball SETTING: Lunchroom, fable 3 TABLE OF CONTENTS: Dues Collecfor, Honor Roll. FOOTNOTES: This modesi you+h was Ihe uncrowned cham- pion of Table Foo+baII in Ihe Lunchroom. CLASS RECORD, JUNE I933 GEORGE Punvls W 33:1 N. mi. s+ree+ 7 TITLE: Purv PLOT, Y,',-w-,-,,4 UQ SETTING: Fronl hall bench TAB OF ONTENTS: Missing FOOTNOTES: A quief chap, bu+ his greefing had all Ihe welcome of Ihe hearfiesl slap on fhe back. MARTIN QUICK I07 E. Lippinco'H' Slreel TITI-E3 MBVIY PLOT: Foofball SETTIN eIIy's TABLE OF CONTEN if hairman 'of Ihe Junior and Senior Prom Sec' Iary of Ihe "C" Class, Cheer- leaders' ' ee, Kensinglon Dance Commillee, AssisIanI B ' es anagerfoi Ihe Record Book, Mem- b h Se Ie Me a hone and Archive Re re , lh5...,1,. gfp P ' se I e, Spanish Club, Traffic and Lunchroom Squads, Fool all. Baseball. .4 FOOTNOTES: He's Quick Io grasp anyrhing, buf iusf "Marry" Io everyone. NORMAN REINHARD 6637 Edmund S'I'reeI TITLE: Norm PLOT: Gardening SETTING: Fronf lawn TABLE OF CONTENTS: Spanish Club, Garden Club, Lock- er, Lunchroom and Garden Squad, Senaror, Sena+e Elecfion Commifree, Track, Dues Collecror in "A", "B", "C" Classes, Honor Roll, Malhemafics Service Club. FOOTNOTES: No 'formalily needed: walk righf up, pai him on Ihe back, and call him Norm. BENJAMIN ROBBOY 2550 E. Clearfield SIree+ TITLE: Ben PLOT: Redheads SEUIN room TABLE OF CONT S: p is Club, Liferary Club, Mafhemafis , a ea FOOTNOTES' n u ous sfudenf, Ben finished his o se i I' a half years. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL HANFORD ROBERTS 265i N. Bancrofl' S+ree+ TITLE: Han PLOT: The ladies ,Q SETTING: KeIIy's TABLE OF CONTENTS: Gym Leader, Usher al School Plays, Laiin Club, Garden Club, Traffic, Lunchroom, and Locker Squads, Chemislry Club, Senior Prom Commilree, Junior Prom CommiH'ee, Boxing Compe- fifion, Senalor, Record Boolc Slaff. FOOTNOTES: Han had a way wifh 'rhe girls and ye+ never could gel' up enough nerve 'ro ea? away from KeIIy's. EDWARD ROBSON 64I4 N. Camac S'Iree'l TITLE: Ed PLOT: Dramafics SETTING: om 2I2 TABLE OF NT : evues of '32 and '33, Senale I ' and '32, Record Book Sfaff, Traffic ua en Club, Mafhemafics Club, Bible Sfudy CI b, ndy Salesman. F T OTES: A good play, a good parf, and Ed is pul- in +he righl spol. ALBERT ROECKER I 2240 N. 4'I'h S'I'reel' TITLE: Aclr PLOT: Golden silence SETTING: As far away 'From N. E. as possible TABLE OF CONTENTS: Engineering Club, Bible Sfudy Club. FOOTNOTES: "Be Prepared" was AcIr's guiding philosophy during his shorl' s+ay af Nor'fheas+. DAVID ROSEN 8II S. 20l'h S'I'reeI TITLE: Dave PLOT: Planfing spo sin Freshmen's poclcefs S G: 1 chroom ' Q TABLE or come -Ny, -Club Baseball, Lunchfoom and Traffic Squad Q7 R., Allernafe, Freshman Baslrel- ball. egaph faff, Chess Team, Slamp Club, Boxi 'I Foo all, Rifle Club, Journalism Club, Mic pi Club, Mafhemafics Club, Liferary Club. FOOTN TE : Dave, +he reason why all pos+office pens are o od and Iunchroom spoons disappear. CLASS RECORD, JUNE l933 ABRAHAM ROSENWALD I . S'rree+ TITLE: Abe PLOT: Kibifzing gf se ef: Froni' hall TABIE O og TS: Traffic Squad, Honor Roll. FOO OTES: The champion Kibifzer of The class. JOHN ROZSA 2085 E. Somersei' S+ree'r TITLE: Johnny PLOT: Blueprin+ing SETTING: Morrison Hall S+age TABLE OF CONTENTS: Chemis+ry Club, Engineering Club, SI'age and Scenery Club. FOOTNOTES: Tinkering wi+h fhe s+age properfies and making fine blueprinls were Johnny's par+icular fancies. ARTHUR SALTZMAN l9l7 N. Franklin STreeT TITLE: Min PLOT: Cross coun'Iry SETTING: Unknown TABLE OF CONTENTS: Track, Cross Coun+ry, Freshman Baskefball, Freshman Baseball, II5 lb. Foofball Team, Wresfling, Boxing, Revue, Alfernafe, Honor Roll, Mafhemafics Club, Chemisfry Club, Aero Club, Candy I Salesman. FOOTNOTES: A man's man's man! JACKSON SAVAGE 532 W. Tabor Road TITLE: Jack PLOT: Being savage SETTING: The Jungle qs+uay Halll TABLE OF CONTENTS: Honor Ro . FOOTNOTES: lf eryone ere avage a+ orfheasf, +l1e Honor Roll onfain aboui' 3500 names. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL 63 ORREL B. SCHAILEY 3l60 Jasper Sfreel' TITLE: Obie PLOT: Red Hes SETTING: Any haberdashery TABLE OF CONTENTS: Assislanf Manager of Cross Coun- +ry Team, Manager of Track Team, S. P. R., Alfernafe, Li+erary Club, Bible Sfudy Club, Honor Roll. FOOTNOTES: Obie was everybody's 'Friend and many a helping hand he gave. WILLIAM SCHAFFER E I' im s+fee+ TITLE: Bill PLOT: Baseball ,X TT . Jua around TABLE OF O TS. Honor Roll. room . eau says he audaea, bu+ we have a srrong suspicion 'rhaf mosl' of 'fhe +ime he siudied fhe base- ball scores. JOHN SCHEIFELE I6I7 N. Dover SI'reeI' TITLE: Johnny PLOT: Saving sramps SETTING: The Shadow knows TABLE OF CONTENTS: Liferary Club, Sfamp Club, Bible Sfudy Club, Mineralogy Club, Capfain of Traffic Squad, Record Book Slaff, Honor Roll. FOOTNOTES: "A liH'Ie knowledge is a dangerous +hing," and when Johnny found our he had a profile like John Barrymore -- -- I JOHN G. SCHMIDT I023 Sh c amaxon S'l'ree+ TITLE: Handsome . PLOT: Dancing SETTIN : Her s TABLE OF CONTEN : Ju Pro Commi'I'lee, Kensing- fon Dance Commi ance Club, Ma+hema+ics Club, Literary Club, Tr nc and Locker Squads, Baskefball Te m, Tr ck am, Senalor. FOOTN E andsome had a way wi'I'h fhe girls Ihaf made g le ed monsfers our of all of us. CLASS RECORD, JUNE l933 SYDNEY SCHREIBER 2834 N. 5'I'h S'IreeT Megaphon Fob Kofoe Journalism Prize, Second TITLE: Syd PLOT: Edifing SETTING: Megaph e Roo ' , TABLE OF CONTENTS: Edi'I'or o M gap ne 'Iwo , Edifor of Record Book, Deleg T To Iolum ' cho- Iasfic Press Conven+ion, Delega 'I sylvania School Press Conven+ions, pe T Pennsylvania School Press Conven+ion, A i e Direcfor of High School ssociafed Press, "A lass Execufive Com- miH'ee, enior rom - 'H'ee, Junior Prom Commii- Tee, K sin fa l.- e mmiH'ee, Frolic Day Com- mi'I'I' e, A s omm' ee, Sena'I'e Execufive Coun- cil, 'I' - lub, Sur ing Club, Fencing Club, Hon oll Lunchroom, raffic and Garden Squads, Senafe Aw d, Senaior. FOOTNOTES: ssshl The baby of The class, buf some baby! WILLIAM J. SCHUC J 244I N. 8+h S+ree+ TITLE: Shuclls PLOT: Surveying SET ING: From' lawn TABLE OF ON TS: Rifle Club, Lafin Club, Fencing Club, veying Club, Honor Roll, AI'I'erna'Ie, S. P. R. FOWITOTES: Tuf, 'I'u'I', Shucks, musf keep mind on sur- veying when preHy girls go by! JOSEPH T. SCHWINDT 25I W. Birch S+ree'f TITLE: Swindle PLOT: Airplanes SETTING: Aloff X TABLE OF CONTENTS: RifIe Club Gym' Club. Model Aeroplane b, oor a al Champions, Baseball, Baslx ball, efc , unchroom Squad. FOOT OTES: 'anofheriof The modern air-minded y age nieni' Themselves wiih 'rinlrering wi+h m of plane +hey some day hope 'Io fly. ANGELO P. SCIARRA 2065 W.. S+eIla Sfpeem' TITLE: skaasy PLOT: 'i.T1c+ufe SETTING: realaenisliaper e TABLE or CONTENTS: afsebau TM, Honor Roll, Boxing Club, Slcefclf Club, Wrestling Club, Track, FooI'baII, Engineeri Club, Fencing "Club, Chess and Checker Club, Lun oom Squad. h F ,O " Slcidsy i's onefbf Those few sI'ucIen'Is who ' r vey acfive along boih academic and afhleiic 'lines. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL i BERNARD SEROTA 632I Marsden S+ree+, Tacony, Pa. TITLE: Bernie PLOT: Golf SETTING: N. E. H. S. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Lafin Club, Asfronomy Club, Cap- iain of Garden, Traffic and Lunchroom Squads, Golf Squad, Inferclass Baskefball. FOOTNOTES: Bernie's Iasfes run foward an expensive game, a game "fore" which one mus+ have plen'ry of Ihe "long green." ARTHUR SHARPE 2 IO N. 7I'h Sireel' TITLE: Doc : Fixing his aerial T N ' I e roof TA E CONTE T ' iner y Club, Spanish Club, S efary of! io Club, a ic Squad, Honor Roll, ngineering ub. FOOTNOTES: The firsi' radio fan we ever knew who could noi gel China. HARRY M. SHAW 443 W. Erie Avenue TITLE: G. B. S. PLOT: Laughing SETTING: Any number of places TABLE OF CONTENTS: Lunchroom and Traffic Squads, Mafhemalics Club, Wresfling Club, Engineering Club, Baseball, Foofball. FOOTNOTES: The Iirsl +0 laugh and fhe lasl' fo sfop. A 'firm believer in 'I'he old saying, "He who laughs lasf is fhe one who wanled +o fell 'Phe ioke in fhe lirsi' place." HAROLD SHERVIN 2023 Frankford Avenue TITLE: Sherv PLOT: Singing SETTING: On +he high "C" 's TABLE OF CONTENTS: Glee Club, Treasurer of Music Club, Presidenl of Curreni' Hisfory Club, All Public High Music Fes+ivals of '32 and '33, Record Book Sfaff. FOOTNOTES: "Music hafh charms fha? soofhe 'ihe savage breast" bu+ il didn'+ work, because Sherv had +o do as much homework as +he resf of us. CLASS RECORD, JUNE I933 CHARLES SIEGRIST . Il 6 E. Clarence s+fee+ TITLE: Sig PLOT: ............ ? ISETT . No+ N. E. H. S. TABLE F J T S Missing FOOTN ES: ig was a very conservafive chap and due fo voldable circumsfances was unable +o give much lime fo acfivifies aside from his regular curriculum. HARRY SILVER 30I4 Richmond S+ree'r TITLE: Lef'I'y PLO ra c Squad sewage: ighfh s B+ Is TAB JF TS: C fain raffi and Locker Squ Hs, ero Iu , As ro my I b, Mafhemafics Clubl ' I FOOTNOTES: Silen isn always golden. As far as we were concerned I+ was Silver mos+ of 'rhe fime. BERNARD SILVERSTEIN 25I8 N. 30'I'h S'l'ree'r TITLE: Bernie PLOT: Physics SETTING: Window sills TABLE OF CONTENTS: Honor Roll FOOTNOTES: Physics was Bernie's dish and he revelled in if. ROBERT L. SIMON 232I N. Park Avenue TITLE: Bob PLOT: Drama SETTING T e fre TABLE OF CONTENT : Presidlrg of 4Li+erary ub, Vice- Presid ni' of Psyc ology Q b, Vice-Pr ' of French I b I f ' , o Cu Se Iary of anuscr b Secre+ary I Lo Buble udy lub, Archive and Mega- Ipfg e Correspond , Maljhernfics Club, Record Book llglaff. Alfernafe, Honor?-,RolI. FOOTNOTES: Our Shyalcespearean aufhorify, in Ihe flesh. L NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL ARTHUR SKIBBE 4827 N. I2Th STreeT TITLE: skappy P o T: Tlf Femmes SETTlNG: GraTz High Scgol XJ TABLE or CONTENTS: Pfesade + of s, T lil ammuna+y, Chief CapTain oT Traffic Sq a,d,'Sen'x Prom CommiT- Tee, Junior Prom Co ,iTT e, " ' Class ExecuTive CommiTTee,5AThleTi o limi , hairman of Frolic Day Commihee, h I ar ensingTon Dance Com- miTTee, Secre o Se , Record Book STaTT, Cross Coun ry, , rack Tea , Manager of BaskeTball Team, Fr sh? seball, Honor Roll. FOOTRO, S. Everybody's pal. His TheaTre reviews were beTTei Than seeing The original shows. The lad whose ears used To Turn red aT The slighTesT menTion of girls. GEORGE SLABODIAN i703 N. Dover STreeT TITLE: Slab I PLOT: CollecTing SETTING: Kelly's TABLE OF CONTENTS: Freshman Baseball, Baseball Team, FooTball Team, CapTain oT Baseball Team in '32, Traf- Tic Squad, Senior Prom CommiTTee, Record Book STaTT. FOOTNOTES: As Tar as Slab was concerned, There was a "caTch" To everyThing. MULFORD SMITH 3039 N. 4Th STreeT TITLE: SmiTTy PLOT: AnyThing SETTING: Any place TABLE OF CONTENTS: EsperanTo Club. FOOTNOTES: The mysTery man. We're sure The girls musT Tall Tor him, Though. PHILIP SMITH 274I N. Reese STree'l' TITLE: Phil PLOT: Fiddling SETTING: ..,......... 'I TABLE OF CONTENTS: flfed "Bff7Class w' h highesT aver- age, Ofche Tra, Al-I Se " Hig ool OrchesTra, 4,Vice2ks'id!,T LiTl -PresidenT of Bible find lirb, a in u'b, MaThemaTics Club, AssisTanT iTor of Re ord ok, CommencemenT Speaker, Sec- ond SenaTe Awar , Honor Roll. FOOTNIOTES: A genTleman and a scholar-we knew him wel . CLASS RECORD, JUNE i933 DAVID SNYDER I856 N. 7I'h STree'I' TITLE: Dave PLOT: He wouIdn"I 'fell SETTING: Megaphone Room TABLE OF CONTENTS: Co-Sporfs Edi'I'or of Megaphone, Associafe Edifor of La Esfrella Espanola, Spanish Club, Mafhemafics Service Club, Infer-High Spanish Club, grlapfain of Locker Squad, Freshman Cross Counfry eam. FOOTNOTES: Dave's worlr had much To do wifh The above- The-average calibre of The Megaphone sporfs page. LEONARD SOLKIN I937 N. Marshall S+ree+ TITLE: sen: PLOT: English SETTING: Room 229 TABLE or CONTENTS: Missing FOOTNOTES: A friend 'fhan whom There ae rrerre friendlier. GORDON SOSSICH 2646 TiI+on S+ree+ TITLE: ererderr PLOT: Flying ssrrme: Up in The eierrae TABLE or CONTENTS: Aero Club FOOTNOTES: The boy in our class who has acfually spen+ many hours in The air. MAX SPECTOR 32I I W. Columbia Avenue TITLE: spee P T: Readin + qger SETTING: c TABLE OF CONTE S: S a Es+reIIa Es- panoIa" aff, ro ing, S. P. R., Mafhemamlics u , T , Locker and Garden Squads. OTES: cross rd puzzle fan-especially if i+'s in +he Le ger. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL HERBERT STAHL I634 Louclen SI'ree'I' TITLE: Herb PLOT: Working SETTING: ..... ..... 7 TABLE OF CONTENTS: Sophomore Track Team. FOOTNOTES: Of all Ihe incongruifies, Herb chose Ihe spor+ in which Ihere couIcI be no S'I'ahIing. ROBERT STEWART 204 W. Susquehanna Avenue TITLE: Bob PLOT: Any ma+h SETTING: In a prism TABLE OF CONTENTS: Locker Squad, Mafhemafics Club. FOOTNOTES: A ma+hemaI'icaI genius whose Ingenuiry amazed all his classmafes. CARL M. SUST I305 N. 26+h S'I'ree'I' TITLE: Carl PLOT: Ea+ing ' SETTIN chroom TABLE OF CONTENT " " Class Social Commi'Hee, Usher a+ Revu n Senafe Play, Microscopy Club, Aero Club, ' ering Club, Chemisfry Club. FOOTNOTES: Ea'I'i g makefh a 'full man. LOUIS TALASNIK 'I304 E. Luzerne SI'reeI' TITLE: Lou PLOT: Jumping SETTING: Kehilpingfon Avenue , TABLE or coNTENTs:y' rden squad, sewer, s. P. R.. Leaders Club, Track eam of '3I, '32 and '33, NE, Assembly CommiH'ee. FOOTNOTES: When Lou firsf gof his chance +o gel on +he Track am he lumped a+ I+: he has been jumping ever since for Ihe Track Team. CLASS RECORD, JUNE I933 JOHN R. THOMPSON 3l39 N. I7'Ilx Slreel' TITLE: JoI1n R. PLOT: Pain+ing SETTING: 3I39 N. l2fI1 Sireel' TABLE OF CONTENTS: Senafe Play '3I, '32 and '33, Re- vues '3I, '32 and '33, Ari Direcfor of Revue '32, Ari Direcfor of Record Book, Presidenl' Skefcln Club '32 and '33, SIce'I'cI1 Confesl' Winner '32, Bible Slfudy Club, Slage and Scenery Club, Camera Club, Glee Club, Traffic and Locker Squad, S. P. R., Reporier on Mega- phone. FOOTNOTES: Jolnn R. ius+ needs a berel, a blaclc bow fie, and an ar'I'is+'s smoclr +o become one of +I1e greal ar'l'is'I's. GILBERT THORPE 4325 Comley S+ree+ TITLE: Gil PLOT: Malling scenery SETTING: Baclrsfage TABLE OF CONTENTS: Scenery and Sfage Club, Model Aeroplane Club, Gym. FOOTNOTES: Here's one scenery pain+er who can reach almosr every par+ of a sei wiII1ou+ a ladder. JOHN TOPHAM I 8 Rising Sun Avenue TITLE: Top I, PLOT: Nel' swishing fhe wooden way SEYTQXG., W TABLE CONTE TS: Icefball, Soccer, NE, Baseball, E, nor oll, "C" Class Treasurer, "A"' Class Treas- u er, Club, Assembly Collecfor, Locker Squad. FOO S: One of our five sfars of rhe wooden way. RICHARD UMFRID I2l0 Se berl' Slreel' rms: Dick PLOIEII 'gg in cus.. serrme: mo w. Qy geailief TABLE or CONTEN sa XVIICBJPIIEK enf of chemin., club Vice-Presidenf dl? lE5girIberin Club, German Club, Honor Roll,1fafI'ig,f unchroom and Locker Squads. x J FOOTNOfI'EQfHou can'+ keep a good man downl NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL 7l MORRIS VERNICK I233 N. I2'I'h S'rree+ I TITLE: Vern PLOT: Chess SETTING: Room 318 TABLE OF CONTENTS: Secrefary and Treasurer of Chess Club, French Dic+afion Club, French Club, Aero Club, Band, Revue Band, Dues Collecfor, Candy Salesman, Traffic Squad, Honor Roll. FOOTNOTES: Ano+her indusfrious young man who 'Finished his course in Three and one-half years. , ,sl BENJAMIN VOGEL '60 sevel+ Boulevard TITLE: Benny D XPLOT: Ari of Terpsichore SETTING: F' ar!! eafing emporium TABLE OF CO' I S Gym Leader, Lafin Club. FOOTNOTES? I n, of course, There was Benny, wh L' I d us The lafesf s'I'eps af The Kensingfon da Egg? HOWARD WALLNER 2739 GermanI'own Avenue TITLE: Howie PLOT: Baseball SETTI ron+ hall OF CONT T La IH K u e u TAB : I : +' I b, +h J . CI b, I ren+ His+or lub, Lunchr o n L ' er Squads, 1 phone Sia . . P. R., Re gn NT - Sfaff, Assem- ' Y omrnl f lor Pro xl 9- ' e-. Varsi'I'Y Base- ' T nk ' . . mo - .ngs Thaf '. - ' porfanl' Than-well, Than r. ' . I Fres T askefball Coach l OO I' Howie oul o 'I' of more classes on M legler had comebaclrs WALLACE WEINGARTNER 5I33 N. I0+h S+ree+ TITLE: Wally PLOT: Pa aka food SETTING: LirI+on's TABLE or CONTENTS: spanish La+in Club, Chess Club. f FOOTNOTES: Baffefief e day "Boiled ham, French fried uofai 's an a chocolafe sundae pifching, l re ng." 72 CLASS RECORD, JUNE I933 MEYER WEISMAN I6I3 N. Franklin SI'reeI' TITLE: Buddy PLOT: Blondes wi'Ih Fords SETTING: Room IOI TABLE OF CONTENTS: Lalin Club, Mineralogy Club, Chemis+ry Club, Siamp Club, Secrefary of Music Club, Tennis, Traffic Squad, Megaphone Sfaff, Record Book S+a'FIi, Foofball and Concerl Band, Honor Roll, Revue of '3I, All-Philadelphia High School Band. FOOTNOTES: The IiHIe man wi'I'h Ihe big horn. NATHANIEL WEISS y X 548 E. Sen'I'ner S'I'reeI I TITLE: Na+ , - PLOT: Aviafion f I S N Iri 's TABL , OF ON S: ali' Club, Liferary Club, Radio 'lu , g Team,'fSena1e, Megaphone Sfaff, Honor R raffic and Lunchroom Squads, Record Book Sfaff, Manager of Baseball Team. X! FOOTNOTES: Jus'I' anofher "big frog in a Ii'HIe pond." ARTHUR WEISSFLOG 37 I O Frankford Avenue TITLE: O+s PLOT: Teasing J. Mealey SETTING: MoIIy's Kosher Kifchen TABLE OF CONTENTS: Class Championships, Track, Lighf- weighf Foofball Team, Engineering Club, Lunchroom Squad, Wresfling Club, Fencing Club, Skefch Club. FOOTNOTES: For all his leasing, Ols was always willing 'fo help his fellow s'rudenI's. ABRAHAM MORRIS WILENSKY I909 E. Cambria S'Iree+ TITLE: Abe PLOT: Concen+ra+ion SETTING: In deep Ihoughl' TABLE OF CONTENTS: Disfinguisl-ned in senior average. FOOTNOTES: There can be no doubf abou'I' if, Abe surely earned his diploma. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL ROBERT WOOD I6I7 N. Newlrirl: Sfreef TITLE: Diclr PLOT: Running SETTING: Ye fraclre TABLE OF CONTENTS: Senafor, S. P. R., Honor Roll, Bible Sfudy Club, Mineralogy Club, Engineering Club, Traclx Team. FOOTNOTES: One of fhose handsome, hearfy afhlefes girls should rave abouf, and probably do. HARRY WISNER V HX o 5. Birch s+ree+ TITLE: Pefe X V QD PLOT: Solid geomefry V SETTI : In a prism TABL O O T N S: Chemisfry Club, Aero Club, ln- fe ss 'ase a , Inferclass Track, Honor Roll, Traffic , ad. FO TNOTES: An all-round good sporl. ANDREW YOST 220 W. Kenilworfh Sfreei' TITLE: Andy PLOT: ....,....... 7 SETTING: Baseball field TABLE OF CONTENTS: Assisfanf Manager of Baseball Team, Dues Collecfor, Honor Roll, Commercial Geog- raphy Club. FOOTNOTES: Chubby, Jovial, always a pal. JOHN MAXMILIAN YOUNGER I829 N. I3'I'h Sfreef TITLE: Johnny PLOT: ,........... 7 SETTING: IB29 N. I3'II1 Sfreef TABLE OF CONTENTS: Freshman Soccer, Freshman Base- ball, Soccer, Baseball, Foofball, Fencing Club, Boxing Club, Chemisfry Club, German Club, Psychology Club, Bible Sfudy Club, Liferary Club, Senafor, S. P. R., Gym Leader, Execufive Commiffee, Affendance Com- miffee. FOOTNOTES: One nice fellow. Occasionally has a fouch of spring fever. CLASS RECORD, JUNE I933 RICHARD ZINC 524 Cornwall S'l'ree+ TITLE: Dick PLOT: Music SETTING: Kensingfon H. S. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Band, lnler-High German Chorus, Musical lnslrumenl' Club, Chemislry Club, Mineralogy Club, Physical Cul'I'ure Club, Garden Squad, Revue of '3l, Honor Roll. FOOTNOTES: An unconfirmed reporl' slales 'thai 'lhis sheik has walked no less fhan 2583 girls home from Kensingfon. MARTIN BELOFSKY 3238 Page Sireei TITLE: Mari PLOT: Ask him SETTING: Lunchroom TABLE OF CONTENTS: Missing FOOTNOTES: One of fhose "iolly good fellows." LLOYD FURBER 2675 Frankford Avenue TITLE: Fur PLOT: Sfudy SETTING: 2675 Frankford Avenue TABLE OF CONTENTS: Honor Roll, Locker Squad, Mafhe- mafics Service Club, Liferary Club. FOOTNOTES: Fur is one who, when he slarls a Ihing, always finishes il and finishes if well. JOHN PICKARD 2859 W. Orkney S'l'ree+ TITLE: Pick PLOT: Running SETTING: Afler Gradualion, Wesl Poinl TABLE OF CONTENTS: Honor Roll, Lafin Club, Malhe- mafics Club. FOOTNOTES: An unassuming chap, buf once sfarled he's hard fo s'I'op. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL WILLIAM WOERNER I604 N. 27+h SI'ree'I' TITLE: Bill PLOT: Spanish SETTING: Room ZI3 TABLE OF CONTENTS: Candy Salesman, Aero Club, Spanish Club, Mafhemafics Club, Commercial Geog- raphy' Club, Traffic and Lunchroom Squads. FOOTNOTES: Bill confenfed himself wifh having perfecf Spanish recifafions. Muy bien! PHILIP MURRAY 3449 N. 6+h S+ree+ TITLE: Phil PLOT: ............ 7 SETTING: Cenfral H. S. TABLE OF CONTENTS: Traffic Squad, Lunchroom Squad. FOOTNOTES: Phil was a friend of all, af all fimes. DAVID KONIN 28l5 W. Lehigh Avenue TITLE: Dave PLOT: Girls SETTING: Her house TABLE OF CONTENTS: Missing FOOTNOTES: Anofher devil wifh The wimmin. MICHAEL SMITH, 2959 N. Fronf Sfreef TITLE: Mike PLOT: fin SETTING: His fafher's sfore TABLE CONTENT Gard and Tra Squadsf o unchroom Squad . . . Baslcefball, n o Lo icians C b, M Sfaff. FOOTNOTE : I . . . ememb e sho e comin e from The Kensingfon Dance? So do we! WILLIAM FITZGERALD, I435 W. Sparks Sjgeef fl "' , TITLE: Bill PLOT: ff fnfrfdy I al SETTING: N, E, H, 5, TABLE OF O T i?:M FOOTNOTES: al! rien , always near when 5. e was peed of help. STANLEY A. BATYSKI, I033 E. Palmer Sfreef TITLE: Sfan PLOT: .......... 7 SETTING: Mosf anywhere around The building FOOTNOTES: You seldom see Sfan wifhouf fhaf smile. Sfan and The smile are inseparable TABLE OF CONTENTS: Missing 76 CLASS RECORD, JUNE I933 CLASS ACTIVITIES 'ir If x I f 21.51 IEIEEE W V., VX V VN . sf V ja 1, VV.. , V, ,L I -V 5: WV ,XX ,5 , XXr,,Vx 5 VV X 'J ' VV ' ,-X " 'H , 'X VVVJXXV. V A55 15 ,PW W VV ,Mi : yin V - 4',Vff X9 V 5'. ,a,vV k VM N V if .XVvf- , - f X 'V V' V, V:g:5 WgXX,7,, V- gg V j , V V W Agn dwg- X V 1 i . V X nk V , V , - X 1 X VV V V , "-- X V f V' at X 34.2 1 1 - .X V ' Vp. VZ' V,.... f 5 'fb 5 1 ,V .2 V-if X , :IVV V, -V , X , X ,Q V -V 9, VV VV -yf X , 87" xx. -V V, , . ,VV M' 1 2-X 'SV ,,, -7 ,wg X L . V , 4 , X , V V X V -X -Zig- ' 5 1 V QgX.,V V Y V XX , X 5 XX V VV V - 1 X . VW V V V . 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', 'VV L X, V 1, ' , -1 fi g V V - V VW V fl V V ' I V JZ: V ,V V 9 51 ' - g g - W V ' - .X XX-7' -7 F", 'V ME 57 K ' V Q .44 3 1 4 ff, 4 'V ,,W,A--A " V . X 'R f '. 1, f x' L- "M : IQ ' J V' f '. 'V :Ve V - " ,e 'fl "" '3fX VV- V A ',X-X' Y 'V' V V 47 U 4 X512 W-4 . +V? , Vzf X- "" W 2 2 ' 441, ' ' 78 CL ASS RECORD, JUNE l933 CLASS HISTORY By PAUL GooDMAN SepTember 8, l929: A memorable day, Tour years ago. Rollicking, prankish youTh pushed and shoved as iT approached The enlisTing sTaTion. ThaT youTh was joining The ranks oT boys who were TighTing Tor EducaTion againsT ThaT ever poTenT enemy, lgnorance. Long will ThaT TirsT clay be remembered, when a Tall, sTurdy oTTicer greeTed our Terror-sTricken hearTs. ThaT greeTing will ever be a parT of our ThoughTs oT The TirsT Tew hours on The baTTle ground. Rules and regulaTions were given To us ThaT day. Words oT encouragemenT made us Teel aT home, and Tinally, aTTer being divided inTo diTTerenT divi- sions or secTions, we were senT home To our proud buT anxious moThers. The TirsT morning oT real TighTing Tound us up brighT and early To The sound oT reveille, which was played on TaTher's old alarm clock. EveryThing was done hurriedly, we couldn'T come laTe The TirsT morning. A Tew days oT discouraging mix-ups Tound us nearly Tired of our new surroundings, Tor iT seemed ThaT everyThing was going againsT us. Our supposed superiors, known as seniors, seemed To Tind a greaT deal of amusemenT in selling empTy milk boT'Tles Tor Two and Three cenTs To The weak-willed members of our class .... Money didn'T seem To be oT much value Then: ThaT was l929. During The TirsT 'Few monThs oT TighTing, our class began To make hisTory. A Tew oT our number played 'freshman TooTball and soccer. AThleTics seemed To be The eT diversion oT many oT our classmaTes, who showed greaT promise in Their work. Scholiar- ship also proved To be well worTh our eFTorTs. The end of The TirsT Ten monThs Tound us ready To give up The TighT To anoTher enemy, DiscouragemenT, buT a Tew kind words Trom our able leader, The laTe Dr. STradling, soon puT us back in The TighTing lines. Time Marches On-SepTember 8, I930: Ten weeks oT vacaTion made us anxious To reTurn To our posTs. New soldiers from The iunior high Training camps ioined our ranks. They also Tound Trouble The TirsT Tew weeks, buT wiTh our assisTance, They soon grew accusTomed To Things. We were no longer Freshmen: our classiTicaTion was now ThaT of Sophomores. This second year gave The ouTsTanding members of our company The opporTuniTy of showing Their valor. The second TooTball Team gave posiTions To our worThy sTars. The championship second soccer Team also Tound valuable maTerial in our class. Players like STankey, Burns, and Milligan began To show promise. The swimming, Tennis, Track, baseball, and baskeTball coaches marveled aT The wonderful abiliTy oT our speedsTers. Of course noT all oT The Tellows who wenT ouT ThaT year were selecTed, buT every coach can make a misTake! Our sTudious group land whaT a large group There wasll began To break scholasTic records. Marks in our class wenT up as sTocks began To Tall. Teachers were amazed aT The high degree oT inTelligence we exhibiTed. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL 79 Time Marches On-Sepfember 8, l93l: TWO years gone by, and our inferiorify complexes began To dwindle away. As Juniors, all our abilifies were given a chance To shine, and They did. The firsf fooT- ball Team had The able assisfance of Fiedler, Quick, Graf, Gracyzk, Hudec, and ofhers. The championship soccer Team held up iTs repufafion wiTh boofers like Sfankey and Milligan. The baseball Team was aided by Effinger, Wallner, and Slabodian. The school publicafions, The Megaphone and Archive, found fine wrifers among us. IT seemed ThaT nofhing had been leff unfouched by our class, whefher iT be in aThleTics, music, arf, or sfudies. The second parT of This Third Term was made inferesfing socially by an elecfion which gave us officers who Took charge of our firsf social aff-air, The "C" class Moon- lighf, in sofT moonlighT on The beaufiful Delaware. The officers of our class were: Bill Fiedler, Presidenfg Bud Finckel, Vice-Presidenfg WalTer Kelly, Secrefaryg John Topham, Treasurer: and Vincenf Goodridge, Chairman of The Social Commiffee. On January 24 our beloved leader, George Flowers Sfradling, was Taken from us. His deaTh was a greaT shock To everyone who knew him. A fine scholar and a fine friend, long will his cheerful smile remain in our memory. To fill This greaT man's posiTion as leader of an army of boys, a man wiTh a loving personalify was given The appoinTmenT. His Task was difficulf, buT iT was accom- plished as only he could do if-Theodore S. Rowland, a remarkable person, our prin- cipal. Under his able guidance, our class reached The lasT and besT year on The baffle fronT, The senior year. Time Marches On-Sepfember 27, l932: IT seemed ThaT The Tifle of Senior, To mosT of us, meanT presTige. The Traffic squad gave us posifions in which we could show our auThoriTy by keeping The noisy lower classmen from The halls. The Lunch Room squad placed upon us The dufy of keeping The Lunch Room clean. As Locker Squad members, we did our work conscienfiously. Many a leader was given a chance To show his worfh by being elecfed To an office in one of The many fine clubs in our school. Everyone remembers The I2-0 vicfory of our foofball Team over our hard-fighfing rival, Cenfral. Whaf a glorious day for Norfheasfl On Friday, January 6, Kensingfon High, our sisfer school, invifed The seniors To a dance which was held in The Kensingfon Gym. This affair proved To be a real social success, for everyone enioyed The affernoon. Many a girl was happy To have been presenf ThaT day: for on Friday, January I3Th The new officers whom we had elecfed aT The beginning of The Term combined Their efforfs wiTh Those of The "C" Class and successfully managed a Junior Prom, and many a Kensingfon High face was seen aT Tnlaf dance. The Beau Brummels who had Till Then been unknown showed whaf They cou. do. The officers of our class were: Presidenf, Bill Graf: Vice-Presidenf, Louis Krug: Secrefary, Bill Fiedler, Treasurer, Edward Sfankey, laTer succeeded by John Topham' and Chairman of The Social Commiffee, Marfy Quick. And so we enfered our lasT 'five monfhs aT Norfheasf, The busiesf buT besT-remem- bered five monfhs of our enfire school life. An elecfion gave us Sydney Schreiber, The edifor of The prize-winning publicafion, The Megaphone, as Edifor of our Record Book. Wifh The aid of our Class Adviser, Mr. Harold Geiges, and Mr. Harry Snyderman, he soon gof busy on a fine book. The baskefball Team, composed almosf enfirely of our classrnafes, broughf To 80 CLASS RECORD, JUNE I933 Norfheasi' +he "B" League vic'l'ory, bui' +o everyone's surprise afier a hard baH'le was defea'l'ed by The "A" League champion, Soufhern High. Again 'l'he Noriheasi' and Kensingion seniors mei' wiih happy feet This 'lime our newly-elecied Presideni' of 'l'he School Communiiy, Ar'l'hur Skibbe, invi'l'ed i'he girls +o our Gym: and on Friday, March I7, Si. Pa+rick's Day, every'l'hing was 'Trimmed in 1'he green, and again we enjoyed ourselves. As usual, Mr. Yahn, our Assembly Direcior, broughi in+eresi'ing personali'I'ies +o our plafform. Such celebrilies as John McCormack, Bill Tilden, Mary Anderson, and Couni' Von Luckner were iniroduced 'lo us. The school's drama'l'ic direcior, Mr. William E. Weills, coniinued bringing 'lhose masierful yearly produciions, ihe Sena'l'e Play and 'lhe Revue, 'io ihe friends and s+uden+s of +he Nor'I'heas+ High School. Many an enioyable evening was speni' in wa'l'ching i'he boys of i'he school play 'feminine roles. Frolic day, an eveni' which had been forgo'l"l'en for nearly i'wo 1'erms, was revived by our School Presidenf, Ar+hur Skibbe. The greaiesi' social occasion of our eniire four years, 'The Senior Prom, +ook place on 'l'he 26+h of May. Mariy Quick, our Prom Commi'H'ee Chairman, combined his e'FFor'l's wiih ihose of his commiHee and successfully provided a gala evening for all. And so, in compleiing fhis hisiory of 'lhe Class of June, I933, lei us noi look ai' ii' as an ending, insfead lei us look upon This hisiory as a beginning of a new life. Lei' all 'The 'I'hings i'ha'l' we have done as a class be ihe real backbone of whaf we shall do as individuals. Lei' us Face life as men and lei' us live as men, Men who are noble and brave, Reioicing 'For all 'rhai' 'l'hey gave. I CLASS OFFICERS NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL 8l EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE I i - I I XV - I X., EIN ENGINEEIIING CLUB 82 CLASS RECORD, JUNE ,, ,,, SENIOR PROM Say, don'f you remember-no, we don'+ care if your name is Allwe're referring fo fhe Senior Prom. Can'f you sfill picfure if? Melrose in all ifs glory. Lighfs, music, laughfer, gay couples, beaufifully-gowned girls and flanneled escorfs. A preffy picfureg classmafes and fheir parfners swaying fo fhe rippling rhyfhmic rendifions by Jim Feffis' orchesfra. There's Feffis himself, he's "FeH'is" a fiddle and ready fo furn fhe handle fhaf makes his frumpefers frumpef and his saxons saxophone. Before we go any furfher, whom were we fo blame if anyfhing wenf wrong? The commi'H'ee! Buf lei' us give fhem credi'l' for fhe success which 'rhe Prom undoubfedly did affain. Here fhey are: Marfy Quick, Chairman, or as fhe floafer would have if, "Chairmanne"g Bill Graf, Bud Finckel, Frankie Graczyk, Lou Krug, Ari' Skibbe, Tru Burne'H', George Slabodian, Howie Wallner, Han Roberfs, Lew Beck, Syd Schreiber, Herb Hayman, and Vin Goodridge. Remember how you felf. Nervous. Your collar was foo fighf. You fhoughf of all fhe silly fhings you ever heard of in your life and blurfed fhem all ouf. Dressed in her besf, wasn'f she wonderful? Dancecl well, foo, ah, we all had fhe eye when we picked fhem fhaf nighf. And fhe faculfy all shined up. Looking worried and yef good-humored. Few were fhey who felf fhey had been sfuck by ye olde fax. And fhen you puf your coaf around her and wenf ouf info fhe cool nighf. Then home, fhrough fhe sleeping cify. Then if was good nighf and fo your own domicile. Yes, sir, fhaf was fhe Prom! NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL 83 THE MEGAPHONE T FirsT published in I922 as a mimeographed sheeT, The Megaphone has grown and improved unTil iT occupies iTs presenT Torm, +ha+ of a six-page, six- column newspaper, prinTed bi-weekly. During our lasT Term aT NorTheasT a number of innovaTions and improvemenTs were noTed. Chief among These was The issuance of The TirsT six-page issue, which was mainly due To The eTForTs of Sydney Schreiber, EdiTor-in-Chief, Herman Caplan, Business Manager: and The co-operaTion of The sTudenT body as a whole. OuTside of NorTheasT, Too, The Megaphone shone. AT a convenTion of The Pennsylvania School Press AssociaTion, aTTended by over 300 sTudenTs, The Megaphone, represenTed by Schreiber, was awarded Two TesTimonials 'For The excellence of iTs sporTs wriTing and sporTs page make-up. A number oT oTher members oT our class were acTive on The sTaTf. Howard Holmes was FeaTure EdiTor, being The auThor of a humor column enTiTled Holmespun Humor. Paul Goodman assis+ed Holmes as AssisTanT FeaTure EdiTor. David Snyder, serving as Co-SporTs EdiTor, did much Toward The gaining of The Two TesTimonials menTioned above. On The business sTaTT T. WalTer Kling was AssisTanT Business Manager. Much crediT is also due Messrs. BrechT and Cunningham, FaculTy Advisers. "LA ESTRELLA ESPAI:I0l.A" An innovaTion in The sTudy of Spanish during our period aT NorTheasT was supplied by The iniTiaTion of an exclusively deparTmenTal periodical. ln l930 Herman Caplan goT permission Trom Mr. R. C. Doane, a Teacher oT Spanish, To publish as a regular periodical The sheeT which Mr. Doane had been previously issuing aT irregular inTervals. A publicaTion of abouT eighT sheeTs marked The firsT appearance of "La EsTrella Espanola." An in- crease in The number of pages and an improvemenT in The Typography and maTerial was The nexT ad- vance. A'FTer The TirsT year every Spanish sTudenT was a subscriber. MorTon Gordon became EdiTor, wiTh Fred Brown and David Snyder assisTing. l Then, in November, l932, came The greaT climax: l The paper secured a ciTy-wide circulaTion. Three oTher high schools conTribuTed arTicles as well as purchased a number of copies. This increased The circulaTion To more Than Three hundred. T 84 CLASS RECORD, JUNE I933 THE REVUE During iTs Twelve years oT exisTence The NorTheasT Revue has acquired The repuTaTion OT being The besT producTion of iTs kind. IT is enTirely due To The able coaching of Mr. Weills ThaT The show has aTTained and kepT This repuTaTion. IT was in The Revue oT '30 ThaT The hisTrionically-inclined members oT our class made Their debuT. We Tound VincenT Goodridge as The sTewardess, and NaThan Hirshey as one oT The "gobs," while oThers displayed Their "Teminine charm" as members oT The chorus. The ploT was laid aboard The good ship Flora Belle en rouTe around The world. Due To The Tine acTing and The experT showmanship oT Mr. Weills, The audience enjoyed a Trip abroad while siTTing in Their seaTs. The TenTh Annual Revue was anoTher novel idea born in The TerTile mind oT Mr. Weills. IT was enTiTled "The Review oT Revues," and iT was indeed a review. The TinesT skeTches were Taken Trom The previous producTions and TogeTher wiTh some new maTerial were combined inTo one magniTicenT perTormance. Wherever possible, The original acTors were obTained. Members of our class were already being recog- nized as accomplished perTormers. In '32 a comedy in Two acTs, wriTTen by Mr. Weills and Mr. Hughes and enTiTled The "Green ParroT," was produced. This show Took The lead as The besT NorTheasT Revue up To ThaT Time. IT was in This producTion ThaT The Team of Hirshey and Kobler became Tamous. Hirshey enacTed The role of chauTFeur. The posiTively sTupid expression on his "darkly complecTed" Tace, his indolenT and carefree manner, and his ludicrous aTTempTs To win The hand of The "Tair" Julia, kepT The audience in convulsions oT laughTer. VincenT Goodridge again made his appearance wiTh George Barker as Mr. and Mrs. Glenn, while Edward Robson Tickled The audience wi+h his porTrayal of Mrs. FiTzwilliams, The social lion. The lasT acT was a WashingTon BirThday celebraTion in The Townsend home, in which all The acTors Took parT in The specialTies, puncTuaTed by The sizzling singing oT Kobler and The absurd imiTaTions of Hirshey. The Revue oT '33, The lasT show in which This class parTicipaTed, Took The Torm of a vaudeville show. The besT TalenT in The school Took parT in making This Revue The besT yeT. Among The highlighTs of The show was a genuine Harlem NighT Club in which The dusky lads oT NorTheasT displayed Their abiliTy To "hideho." The "lnTerrupTed Proposal" displayed a Tew oT The diTTiculTies encounTered by a young Romeo, while a scene in The TheaTre gave The audience many a laugh. The enTire show was climaxed by a magniTicenT acT enTiTled "The Gypsies" in which Hirshey Took The lead as The Gypsy King, ably assisTed by Goodridge, who enacTed The role oT The King's wiTe, and SkilTon and Kobler as The King's children. As The curTain Tell, The audience rose in Their seaTs and bellowed TorTh Their applause. And now The curTain has descended on our days aT NorTheasT. Our role in The liTe of The school is over. The play is ended. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL 85 THE NORTHEAST SENATE PRESENTS Thus was fhe fiffh annual producfion of fhe Norfheasf Senafe heralded, fhe firsf fhaf we, fhe presenf graduafing class, viewed, as sfudenfs of Norfheasf. "Young America" wifh all ifs frials and froubles found a home af our doorsfep. Ragamuffins and iusf plain kids were feafured in fhis greaf show. Vincenf T. Goodridge was fhe only member of our class fo "hold down" a parf. As fhe porfly negress, Vince spread much cheer in fhe courf room scene. The second of fhe well-known Senafe plays came fo us in fhe form of "Jonesy." This fasf moving and comic show found ifself all wrapped up in a love affair befween a beaufiful show-girl and fhe younger Mr. Jones. Our class was well represenfed. Ed Robson sfruffed fhrough fhe play as fhe beaufiful show-girl. Vincenf Goodridge again appeared before his public as fhe Joneses' maid, and Nafhan Hirshey appeared as Mr. Silverberg. For our fhird Senafe play we had fhe pleasure of seeing Shakespeare's immorfal play, fhe "Comedy of Errors." A plof of complex affairs and amusing happenings came before fhe audience on fhe nighf of fhe showing of fhis well-known play. Each parf was difficulf for fhe parficipanf fo handle, and fhose who fook parf de- serve greaf credif. Those members of our presenf class who parficipafed were Nafhan Hirshey, Edward C. Robson, Vincenf Goodridge, and Carlos Eggelsfon. This play broughf fo a close fhe dramafic producfion of Norfheasf for fhe year I93l. "Julia in Jeopardy," fhe lasf Senafe play fhaf we saw as sfudenfs of Norfheasf, was wriffen by a member of our own school faculfy, Mr. Asa M. Hughes. THE JUNIOR PROM The Junior Prom was held af Sears' Crysfal Ballroom on Friday evening, January l3, l933. Alfhough Friday fhe I3fh is considered by many fo be a mosf unlucky dafe, fhe opposife was fhe case so far as fhis affair was concerned. The firsf couple fo arrive on fhe scene was Masfer Edward Robson and his lady friend. Among fhe many members of fhe Alumni who were presenf were AI Fifzgerald and Bob Luff, who seemed fo enioy fhemselves very much. Buf fhen, who wouldn'f enioy dancing on such a smoofh and spacious dance floor as fhe Crysfal Ballroom provides? All preparafions were complefed and on fhe sfroke of nine Jim Feffis and his band broke fhe sfillness of fhe nighf and fhe dancers sef ouf on fheir framp around fhe floor. The firsf dance of ifs kind, if was held by bofh fhe "B" and "C" Classes, fhe "C" parficipafing in fhe absence of 'rheir cusfomary banquef. Many of Norfheas+'s celebrifies were presenf. Marfy Quick, Scoffy Hayes, Chan Bailie, Syd Schreiber, Bud Finckel and ofhers were fo be seen enioying fhemselves fo fhe ufmosf. Marfy Quick and his parfner infroduced many new sfeps nof hifherfo known. Chan Bailie, now a member of fhe Alumni, was seen fo cuf some fancy capers, much fo fhe edificafion of fhe onlookers. The Prom was honored by fhe presence of our Principal, Dr. Rowland, and Mrs. Rowland, Messrs. Geiges, Hilfon, Krug, Owen, Thompkins, and Malloy. The members of fhe commiffee were Marfy Quick, Chairman: Bill Graf, Han Roberfs, Syd Schreiber, Phil Murray, Vin Goodridge, Eddy Pingue, Bud Finckel and Lou Krug. To fhose fellows a greaf parf of fhe success of fhe Prom is fo be credifed. 86 CLASS RECORD, JUNE I933 T THE SENATE MR. KREWSON . . . ..,..,.., Chairman LOUIS EFFINGER ,, . .Vice-Chairman ARTHUR SKIBBE . .. ,..,.. SecreTary DR. SHOEMAKER . , , c .A.,.. Treasurer MR. SHEETZ ..,.v.... ....,,,.,..,,. A udiTor MR. BRACHHOLD ......... DirecTor of AThleTics ln The modern secondary schools There is an increas- ing Tendency Toward a broader sTudenT governmenT. NorTheasT sTudenTs have a well-perTecTed Type o'F represenTaTion which is vesTed in The SenaTe. The inTeresTs oT The various divisions of The School Com- muniTy are represenTed in The SenaTe by members elecTed Trom The advisory secTions. From each secTion There is elecTed a SenaTor, or President and an AlTernaTe, or Vice-PresidenT, boTh oT whom musT aTTend The meeTings of The SenaTe. There are also TTTTeen FaculTy SenaTors, Tive oT whom are elecTed by The sTudenT members oT The SenaTe aT large, Tive by The FaculTy, and Tive are appoinTed by The Principal of The school. The Presi- denT and Vice-PresidenT of The School CommuniTy, The PresidenTs of The "A" and "B" classes, and The EdiTor of The Megaphone are also members oT The SenaTe. Regular meeTings of This body Take place The Third Monday oT The TirsT, Third, and TourTh monThs of each school Term, and special sessions may be called aT any Time by The chairman. So as To TaciliTaTe immediaTe acTion when necessary, There is an ExecuTive Council consisTing of The 'Following members of The SenaTe: Mr. Krewson, The Chairman, Mr. Brachhold, appoinTed To The commiTTee by The Principal, and Messrs. Breslcman and Anson, appoinTed by The Chairman of The SenaTe. The sTudenT members oT This commiTTee are Slcibbe, A5, by virTue oT his being PresidenT oT The School CommuniTyg Effinger, A23 Schreiber, A5: Poppe, B4g MiTz, B41 Brehouse, Cl, Garrison, C33 BeaTTe, DI: Kaesshaefer, D45 ConsTable, E21 Hall, F51 Weiss, G91 and EasTburn, H4. This council is more wieldy, and may be called TogeTher more con- venienTly Than The enTire SenaTe. IT is The obiecT of The SenaTe To provide a medium Tor The expression of popular opinion on maT'Ters oT general sTudenT inTeresT, and a means Tor The enacTmenT of legislaTion governing The conducT of such inTeresTs. The SenaTe has Tull conTrol over all The aThleTic acTiviTies of The school and over all money which is necessary Tor The perpeTuaTion Thereof, malcing appropriaTions when necessary. lT also has Tull conTrol over The Sena'I'e STore and iTs managemenT. The 'Funds of This sTore are lcepT in order and reporTed on by The Treasurer and The AudiTor oT The SenaTe. All plays, revues, dances, beneTiTs, excursions, and The like are conducTed by The SenaTe. AThleTic awards are presenTed by This body, as are The non-aThleTic honors or awards. The recipienTs of non-aThleTic awards are deTermined by a commiTTee appoinTed by The Chairman of The SenaTe Tor ThaT purpose, and subiecT To The approval oT The SenaTe. The SenaTe also elecTs a PublicaTion FaculTy Adviser To be a supervisor of The Mega- phone. No clubs or organizaTions oT The school are recognized unless charTered by The SenaTe, and no charTer is granTed unless The proposed organizaTion is deemed a beneTiT To The school. In general, all legislaTion under iTs ConsTiTuTion is vesTed Tunda- menTally in The SenaTe oT The NorTheasT High School. Thus, wiTh The advice and con- senT of The Principal, The SenaTe conTrols all Torms of sTudenT acTiviTies which may be esTablished. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL 87 i ASSEMBLIES lT's in The air! The aTmosphere is vibranT wiTh anTicipaTion. Everyone is alerT. All are on edge waiTing. Why? The answer is simple. Today is a NorTheasT assembly day. A well-known personaliTy Tamiliar To The whole world is going To speak To us. The TirsT period drags along. The second seems To lasT Two or Three hours. Ah! AT lasT The aTTendance period and noT much longer To waiT. Finally The long-awaiTed signal rings ouT. We lordly seniors simply move Torward a seaT or Two, buT waTch The scramble of The oThers, running, racing, Tearing down The aisles To ThaT seaT, any seaT, which will give a Tairly decenT perspecTive of The plaTTorm. Too bad! Those laTe comers will have To sTand. WiTh a clash oT cymbals The band or orchesTra sTrikes up a marTial sTrain. IT makes a Teeble aTTempT To drown ouT The shouTing, Talking, laughing, and screaming, and general rackeT of Morrison Hall. They've Tinished now, buT receive only a ripple oT applause. Everyone sTrains To caTch a TirsT glimpse of The escorTing group. Maybe he didn'T come aTTer all? No, up again. Everyone is on his TeeT greeTing The guesT of The day. A pause, Then everyone is seaTed. Dr. Rowland selecTs The Bible passage. He advances To The TooTlighTs, moTions The boys To rise. Cheerily he bids The sTudenT body "Good morning, boys." Then The answer comes, scaTTered, "Good morning, Dr. Rowland." Everyone remains remarkably silenT as The Bible is being read, buT as soon as The reading is Tinished The resTrained coughs are leT loose. MorTon Braude, our oraTorical champion, sTands up, waiTs Tor silence, Then delivers his speech. The cup is produced and presenTed To The guesT, amid deaTening accla- maTion, in behalT of The 3500 boys of The NorTheasT High School, Tor his greaT service 88 CLASS RECORD, JUNE l933 To humaniTy. Slowly The applause diminishes, dies. The words oT our hero of The day come To us. He delivers his remarks of accepTance which produce TirsT applause, Then a cheer. ATTer a Tew momenTs, when quieT is resTored, Dr. Rowland proceeds To Thank The genTleman Tor his presence and Tor so Tine an address. "The periods will be-minuTes long" is greeTed by eiaculaTions of approval, oThers of regreT. The music s+rikes up again, and The assembly passes inTo hisTory. lk ll! Ik wk Ik ThaT is a Typical assembly, The kind for which NorTheasT is noTed, Tor which we are envied. Through The unTiring eTForTs of Mr. Yahn and his assembly commiTTee, our Tour years were marked lin redi wiTh a parade oT well-known personages Too numerous Tor a complefe lisTing. Among Them were Babe RuTh, OTis Skinner, Smedley D. BuTler, CounT Felix Von Luckner, Mickey Cochrane, Bill Carr, Harry A. Mackey, lra Thomas, William Lyon Phelps, Bill Tilden, Sascha JacobinoTT, Mask and Wig Club, ST. Louis Cardinals, John McCormack. A number oT These received silver loving cups awarded To Them by The STudenT Council, while oThers were presenTed wi+h The disTincTive NorTheasT recogniTion, The SenaTe Award. As a Tinal climax To These acTiviTies, The greaTesT celebriTy of all, The Then PresidenT oT The UniTed STaTes, HerberT Clark Hoover, was voTed a cup as "The world's ouT- sTanding ciTizen." lT was presenTed To Mr. Hoover by a commiTTee of NorTheasTers comprising Morlon Braude, John EasTburn and Professors Charles A. Yahn and WalTer F. Coles. KENSINGTON DANCES If 'For noThing else be The memory of our class revered, Then leT iT be honored as The class which TirsT lenT iTs supporT To The KensingTon Dances. The 'FirsT one was aT KensingTon, where NorTheasTers were received in The school audiTorium and inTro- duced To The "gals." ATTer cheers and songs and a biT of enTerTainmenT They ad- iourned To The gym where The TirsT NorTheasT-KensingTon Dance was launched. IT buoyanTly sfayed aTloaT, Too, and esTablished Thereby a precedenT which may well linger in our memories. There was a TighT, of course, To geT The NorTheasT SpiriT ouT of his old bachelor habiTs, buT he finally gave in and proved himself To be a good sporT. Soon he was "Throwing a parTy" of his own. This Time, iT was for our class alone. ST. PaTrick ruled The occasion and green was seen in abundance in The neckwear and wraps of The dancers. Punch was served, wiTh cakes and preTzels as side dishes. The TaculTy was much in evidence and served The purpose of inTroducing shy and bashful NorTheasTers To shy and bashTul Kensing- ToneTTes These Two dances were a greaT success and our only wish is ThaT TuTure classmaTes may enioy Themselves as we did aT These dances. One of The chief argumenTs againsl' non-co-educaTional schools is The lack of Training received in conTacT wiTh The oTher sex. NorTheasT-KensingTon Dances will go a long way Toward answering This argumenT. The dances undoubTedly will provide pracTical social Training from which we may all beneTiT. The success which a man achieves and The happiness which he may receive in laTer liTe will depend largely on how he TreaTs his Tellowmen and women. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL 89 E N G I N E E C B The Engineering Club is lhe oldesl club in lhe school, having a hislory which dales even lurlher back lhan lhe Camera Club. Composed only ol seniors, lhe main aclivilies ol lhe club are visils lo various planls in lhe cily. Mr. Shaw, ol lhe Mechanic Arls Deparlmenl, made possible lhe greal maiorily ol lhese lrips. The mosl oulslanding lrip ol lhe lerm was when, as guesls ol lhe cily ol Philadelphia, lhe members ol lhe club wenl lo see lhe porl ol Philadelphia. Among lhe olher places lhey visiled were lhe high pressure pumping slalion iusl opposile lhe school, lhe General Baking Company, and one of lhe modern sleamships. A mosl unusual evenl in lhe hislory ol lhe club look place when lhe alumni members gave a dance al lhe roof garden ol lhe Archilecls Building on May I9, I933. Among lhose presenl were some ol lhe original members, who were crediled wi+h lirsl declaring lhe need for such an organizalion as lhe Engineering Club. CAMERA AND SCREEN CLUB 0,6 gf-H19 .,ide.+, if nol lhe oldesl, ol lhe Norlheasl clubs, is +he Camera Club. Organized back in IB99, lhe club has in ils possession records preserved since l903. Mr. Landis, of lhe Science Deparlmenl, and Mr. Burr, ol lhe English Deparlmenl, were lhe sponsors. The club members concerned lhemselves wilh all kinds ol slill and molion piclure pholography, such as porlrail work, prinling, developing, enlarging, copying, and lrick pholography. During our slay al Norlheasl, lhe club acquired a new darkroom in lhe basemenl. The 'former darkroom was on lhe lhird floor, bul il was sadly lacking in a number ol imporlanl lealures and so lhe members lilerally look il aparl and, lransporling lhe malerials lo lhe new localion, lhey reconslrucled lhe darkroom lhere. The officers were Leo Murphy, Presidenlg Frank Burns, Vice-Presidenl: David Chmelyk, Secrelaryg and Edwin Liss, Treasurer. The Surveying Club is, if il may be called so, a slriclly exclusive club. Members are only welcome il lhey show a marked abilily in lhe line of malhemalics and engineering. Various members of nole in lhe gradualing class are among lhe "surveyors" and il may be said lhal +his year lhe club is making greal slrides under lhe leadership of Mr. Pennepacker, an aulhorily on lhe arl ol surveying, and Krause, lhe presenl Presidenl ol lhe club. The purpose of lhe Surveying Club is lo give lhe boys an idea as lo whal surveying and lhe measuring of land is like and, if possible, lo prepare lhose members who are inlending lo make a life work ol civil engineering and allied professions. The club has been surveying lhe plof of land on which our noble school slands and in lhis respecl has shown marked success. Various projecls are being planned for lhe conlinued aclivilies ol lhis club in lhe near lulure. 90 CLASS RECORD, JUNE I933 T H E S NIS H C B The Spanish Club is one o'F +he larges+ and bes'l organized clubs in +he school. Hs meeiings occur regularly a'I' 2:20 every Wednes- day in Room ZI3 under +he sponsorship of Mr. Doane and club oicliicers, Fred. Brown, '!'he Presidenf, and Noble, who is Secre+ary and Treasurer. The meeling is called io order by The Presideni' and +hen Senor Gordon, 'l'he Club Chaplain, reads 'From a Spanish Bible. This is 'Followed usually by 'l'he club roll call. Af+er 'lhis 'I'he di'Fferen+ members of +he club give Talks eilher in Spanish or in English on subiecis per'l'aining To 'The s+udy of Spanish. There are many con'l'es+s held fhrough- ouf The year, wi+h 'fine prizes awarded +o The winners. For special a'H'rac'l'ions 'l'he club o'F+en had Spanish consuls speak a'l' special mee'l'ings. The Spanish Club is +he only club in The school, wilh 'rhe exceplion of 'lhe German Club, which publishes i+s own newspaper, "La Es'l'rella Espanola." TH E B The Hi-Y Club a+ Norfheasl' is mainlained as an honor sociely in coniunclion wi+h 'l'he Young Men's Chris+ian Associa+ion. The club opens i+s doors only +o Chris+ian boys. A high charac+er and achievemenl' scholas- lically, socially, and alhlefically are +he requiremen+s for membership. The club's pur- pose is 'l'o be'H'er 'The slandards of characler 'rhroughouf 'lhe school communily. The ac+ivi+ies of 'The club are of a social charac'I'er and in fhe form of forlnighlly meefings, socials, and dinners. The club has mainfained an esfablished precedenl of giving a banquef for i'l's gradualing members a+ The close of +he school 'l'erms. Mr. Nelson, a member of 'rhe facul+y, has capably guided +he club 'For all of 'l'he 'l'erms of i+s exis+ence here a'I' ihis school. The officers of +he club are: Ar'I'hur Skibbe, Presidenh Alexander Fleming, Secrefaryp and Elwood Tally, Vice-Presidenl. Mee'l'ings are held every Friday evening a+ rhe Y. M. C. A. N C B The Asrronomy Club was organized in Ocfober, l932, and since +ha'I' 'lime has been among +he more ac'l'ive clubs of 'The school. Hs organizer was i+s presenl' sponsor, Mr. Eichelberger, of +he Language De- parlmenl, and his main purpose in 'founding fhis club was +o 'furlher 'The sfudy of +he heavenly bodies. Al' firsl' a number of plans for geHing a lelescope were presenled before fhe club, bul' finally 'The members 'look ac+ion fhemselves and began work in +he workshop of one of +he boys. Among +he ac'I'ivi+ies of 'lhe club were such feafures as s+ar hikes and +he prepara- fion of s+ar maps. There were also a number of addresses given a'l' +he mee'l'ings by oulsiders who were kind enough fo come and fell 'l'he s'l'uden+s of 'l'heir own work in Aslronomy. Jusl' oufside lheir mee+ing room, 'lhere hung an excellen'rly kep'l bullelin board upon which 'There was an ac'l'ive accouni' of +he club's doings from week To week. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL 91 B In keeping wiTh The modern Trend To Take To The air, Mr. STephen G. Hale, oT The ArT DeparTmenT, organized The Aero Club in The Tall of I928. The club was enThusiasTically supporTed by a group oT boys numbering in The neigh- borhood oT l50. From NorTheasT The idea soon spread To oTher schools, buT To NorTheasT belongs The honor of sTarTing The TirsT club oT This kind. The club has builT Two gliders, one of which won Third place in a Tri-sTaTe meeT. A permanenT exhibiT oT The club's acTiviTies was mainTained in some showcases on The TirsT Tloor. A number oT airplane TlighTs were Taken To such places as WashingTon and New York. Many visiTs were made To imporTanT aeronauTical cenTers. Among These were The Bellanca AircraTT Company, The Philadelphia Navy Yard, and The KeysTone Air- plane Company's TacTories. The club also sponsored an elemenTary aviaTion course. B I B LE C B The Bible STudy Club boasTed The honor of being one oT The largesT clubs in The school. A sTricTly non-secTarian organizaTion, iT meT every Friday morning under The sponsorship of Mr. John Wesley Rhoads. The meeTings were generally opened wiTh The reciTaTion of The Lord's Prayer in unison, aTTer which members had Their Bible drill. SelecTions were read by Mr. Rhoads, and The TirsT members who Tound The references were given crediT. AT The end oT The Term The members having The greaTesT number of crediTs were awarded prizes, usually of a Biblical naTure. A number of conTesTs were held aT These weekly meeTings and all proved of greaT inTeresT. Due To The non-secTarian naTure of The club, boys oT all churches aTTended, and Friday morning generally found a hosT of boys aTTending The meeTings. B The LiTerary Club was Tounded Three years ago Through The eTforTs of Mr. Joseph W. FiTzgerald, of The English DeparTmenT. By his compeTenT and consisTenT eTTorT The LiTerary Club has aTTained an enviable posiTion among The clubs oT NorTheasT High School. KenneTh Le Munyon, Tamous in school circles as The greaTesT auThoriTy on drama and The sTage, was chosen PresidenT. Philip James SmiTh was The Vice-PresidenT. The well-known auThoriTy on William Shakes- peare, who was PresidenT The previous year, RoberT Simon, held ofiiice as SecreTary. The club was 'Founded primarily as an organizaTion Tor bibliophiles. OTher salienT purposes are The discussion of poeTry and drama as well as public speaking. This semesTer The inTeresTing programs have included Talks upon modern poeTry, German and French liTeraTure. AnoTher well-known TeaTure oT The LiTerary Club was The "giganTic spelling conTesTs," which are adminisTered by Mr. FiTzgerald. 92 CLASS RECORD, JUNE I933 COMMENCEMENT 'Ir ,,,-f' , 5 X' TS X X 5,Wf,W?f! P W-ef COMMENCEMENT PROGRAM CLASS OF JUNE 'I9 33 CLASS HONOR AWARDS Overture-"Norma" . . . Bellini March -"The Thundereru . . Sousa Salute to the Flag ....... . . . The Class Invocation . . . ....... Samuel T. Wilson Third United Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia Class Poem ........... Howard Holmes Class History .......... Paul Goodman Presentation of Portrait of Dr. George Flowers Stradling by the Class of january, T925 Song-"Hail Northeast" ........ The Class Address . . . . . .... Roy Talmage Brumbaugh First Presbyterian Church, Tacoma, Washington, representing the Class of 1908. T25 Year Graduatesj Beniamin Franklin: The Philadelphian . Morton E. Braude The Human Franklin ....... Philip James Smith Northeast Glee Club a. The Trumpeter . ...... Dip b. Chorale . . . ...... Bach Franklin the Scientist ...... Sydney Heller Kane The Beniamin Franklin Memorial and the Franklin Institute Museum .... Nelson R. Jantzen The Northeast Glee Club a. Nocturne .... ...... M endelssohn b. l Love Life ........... Mana-Zucca Presentation of Diploma . Dr. Theodore S. Rowland Principal Acceptance of Diploma . William Graf, Jr. President of Class Awards .......... Mr. W. Ralston Rodger Class of T909, President of the Alumni Association First Honor . . . . . .... Louis Effinger Second Honor . . . Arthur Skibbe Third Honor . . . . Louis Krug Fourth Honor . ......... Philip Smith Fifth Honor ........,.. William Fiedler T William Graf, Jr., Presenter School Song .......... Class and Audience ,Exit Mgrc,h ........ ."Chimes of Liberty" The Northeast High Glee Club under the direction ofMessrs. Duffield and Washco. The Northeast High Orchestra under the direction oflMr. Paul E. Duffield. 94 CLASS RECORD. JUNE I933 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, The Philddelphidh by MoRToN BRAUDE lf is an undeniable facf, fhaf, fo you, fhe name of Benjamin Franklin, bears an imporfance rafed in fhe ferms by which you have recognized ofher greaf fribufes fo world hisforyg l mean fhaf you probably have associafed him closely wifh one greaf idea, fhaf of fhe scienfisf, perhaps also fhaf of fhe sfafesman. This evening l bring fo you Franklin, fhe Philadel- phian-an insighf info his more infimafe and friendly personal qualifies and accomplishmenfsg l am frying fo localize fhis greaf genius and will show you how you may acfually see foday in Philadelphia many consfanf reminders of fhis greaf man. Modern Locusf Sfreef is noi' lacking in fhese con- sfanf reminders of Franklin, for on fhis fhorofare sfands open fo public view and inspecfion primarily fhe Philadelphia Library Co. According fo Mr. Franklin B. Hunfingfon, fhe greaf-greaf-greaf grand- son of Ben Franklin, fhe founding of fhis esfablish- menf is accredifed fo Ben Franklin. Whaf would be more consisfenf fhan fo have in fhis very place some of Franklin's own original works and imprinfs, among fhem being fhe original Franklin Gazeffe. Locusf Sfreef is also fhe locafion of fhe Hisforical Sociefy, rich in fhe effecfs of Franklin's varied efforfs. For in fhis building any of you may see his own burning glass, and a magnificenf painfing of him. This greaf sfafes- man is said fo have drawn up a paper which was probably fhe forerunner of our Consfifufion. The documenf was wriffen af fhe hisforic Albany convenfion and fhe original manuscripf is carefully guarded for public inspecfion in one of fhe rooms of fhe Hisforical Sociefy. The Brifish Museum shares honors wifh fhis sociefy as being fhe one ofher place in fhe world besides fhe Hisforical Sociefy fo have possession of fhe I733 firsf edifion of Poor Richard Almanac, fhe well-known publicafion wriffen and edifed by Ben Franklin. By fhe way, would if inferesf fhose of you who are chess fans fo know fhaf a descen- danf of Franklin, Mr. Russell Duane, is fhe proud possessor of fhe firsf chess sef used by Franklin? lncidenfally, fhe Philadelphia Library Co. has among ifs rows of books a volume enfifled "Sef of Chess," wriffen by Franklin which records his advice and rules for playing fhe game successfully. lnfacf wifh fhe name, sife of locafion, charfer and former confracfs remains fhe Philadelphia Confribufionship on Soufh Fourfh Sfreef, fhe fire insurance company founded by Franklin, while nof far away on Soufh Fiffh Sfreef, anofher insfifufion sfands, founded by Ben Franklin, namely fhe American Philosophical Sociefy. Many excellenf porfraifs of Franklin are on view in Philadelphia. The Lambden copy of Marfin's porfraif showing Franklin seafed may be seen in fhe Philadelphia Library Co., while an original painfing of Franklin by Marfin hangs in fhe Academy of Fine Arfs. ln Provosf Penniman's recepfion room af fhe Universify of Pennsylvania you may see a widely known painfing of Franklin by Wesf. A French Arfisf, Duplessis, has creafed fhe excellenf painfing of Franklin which is on view in fhe building which houses fhe Mufual Assurance Co., and nof fo be oufdone in fhis field, fhe Hisforical NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL 95 SocieTy, once more, exhibiTs a painTing of Ben Franklin, The excellenT work of Peale. ln The Poor Richard Club, which is The ouTgrowTh of Franklin's original JunTo Club, you may see several characTerisTic painTings and eTchings of The man who married The Quaker girl who laughed aT him. OTher reminders, done on a larger scale, are sTaTues and busTs of Franklin in Phila- delphia. Speaking of The Poor Richard Club, immediaTely in fronT of The enTrance resTs a busT of Franklin. Crowning The head of The busT is a row of elecTric bulbs, which were lighTed by Admiral Byrd, Through remoTe conTrol by radio, on The occasion of his polar flighT. This busT is a copy of anoTher figure now in The Franklin lnn Club. Franklin had no connecTion wiTh This club. A remarkable sTaTue of Franklin sTands in The facade of The HisTorical SocieTy. l have menTioned Mr. Franklin HunTingTon as The greaT-greaT-greaT-grandson of Franklin. IT is inTeresTing To know, This genTleman Through The generaTions is The only one of oTher many descendanTs To reTain a few of Franklin's birThmarks! l have seen, during my inTerview wiTh Mr. HunTingTon, a mole on his chin, a mole near his nose, and a hole pierced in his righT ear. According To Franklin's auTobiography, he himself had in The same places as l have indicaTed, on his physiognomy These peculiar physical TraiTs. This and The resemblance which Mr. HunTingTon bears To This ancesTor probably prompTed Dr. R. TaiT McKenzie, sculpTor, of The faculTy aT The UniversiTy of Pennsylvania, To ask Mr. HunTingTon To pose for The sTaTue which is now aT The UniversiTy. WheTher he succeeded in geTTing Mr. HunTingTon To pose, l confess I know noT. AT 48Th and MarkeT STreeTs one may find a lead sTaTue of Franklin. We all know The familiar sTaTue of Franklin seaTed aT The souTh end of The PosT Office Building. The number "7" seems To have enioyed a spoTlighT in The life of Franklin. This number comes in nearly every daTe or number connecTed wiTh him. He was born January I7, l707, in The residence aT I7 Milk STreeT. He was I7 years when he plucked up enough courage To run away from home. Philadelphia TirsT saw him in l723. One of his TirsT prinfing esTablishmenTs was on SevenTh STreeT and also number 7 S. Second STreeT. His pew in ChrisT Church was number 70. ChrisT Church is also closely associaTed wiTh him in oTher ways-loTTery money raised by Franklin raised The TirsT sTeeple of This worshiping place. He died in our ciTy April I7, I790, and was buried in ChrisT Church Burying Ground aT SixTh and Arch STreeTs. STanding as a splendid example of Ben Franklin's humaniTarianism and sympaThy for The sick and ailing, is The Pennsylvania HospiTal, founded by him. BosTon and Philadelphia have always rivalled each oTher for The honor of exhibiTing The TinesT memenTos. l menTion qualiTy and noT quanTiTy for iT is an undisouTed facT ThaT Philadelphia has The greaTesT number of These consTanT reminders of The Tame of Ben Franklin. You people have The opporTuniTy before you To display your real inTeresT in Franklin by looking inTo These various exhibiTs. lT is your inTeresT which shall be The greaTesT TribuTe To The name of ThaT greaT TribuTe To world hisTory, Ben- iamin Franklin, The Philadelphian. ln closing This chapTer abouT The life of Franklin, leT me menTion one more reminder of The greaT ToreThoughT and genius of Franklin and ThaT is our beauTiTul Universify of Pennsylvania. Franklin in The inTeresT of educaTion founded This insTiTuTion when iT was known as The Philadelphia Academy on SouTh Second STreeT. One of Franklin's descendanTs was a member of The l790 class, anoTher a member of The i823 class and Mr. HunTingTon, his greaT-greaT-greaT grandson, was recenTly adopTed by The I'92I class. 96 CLASS RECORD. JUNE I933 THE HUMAN FRANKLIN by PHILIP JAMES smm-i We mighf compare geffing fo know Beniamin Frank- lin fo geffing fo know Pennsylvania. There are few who do nof profess some knowledge of Piffsburgh, Philadelphia, or Reading: buf how many of us have ever heard of Crabfree, Slipperyrock, or Plumville? These fowns, small fhough fhey be, are neverfheless on fhe map, and if visifed, mighf prove more infer- esfing fhan any parf of Piffsburgh or Philadelphia fhaf we already know. Franklin as fhe sfafesman, philosopher, or wrifer, has been fhe subiecf of so many speeches and books, fhaf if is difficulf for a sfudenf fo successfully evade such common knowledge. There are, how- ever, some of fhe man smaller sides of Franklin's life fhaf l wish you fo observe wifh me. These, like Crabfree and Slipperyrock, are more colorful be- cause fhey are usually unknown. If was evidenf from fhe sfarf fhaf candle-making would never permanenfly hold fhe inferesf of Franklin, and so, af fwelve years of age, we find him as fhe prinfer's apprenfice. Though from fhis fime on, he considered prinfing his special calling, and was always proud of if, he was af momenfs inclined fo ofher vocafions, and as soon as he was able he refired from prinfing, save as an occasional pasfime. While in England af fhe age of ninefeen, Franklin had many chances fo demon- sfrafe his experf abilify as a swimmer. The ease wifh which he faughf ofhers fo swim was no less amazing. Franklin was proud of fhe facf, fhaf in a few hours he had faughf fwo of his friends fo swim. On a river iourney one day, fhese fwo friends had excifed fhe curiosify of some counfry genflemen as fo Franklin's abilify fo swim. Af fhe requesf of fhese genfle- men, on 'rhe refurn home Franklin leaped info fhe river and swam a disfance of four miles, "performing on fhe way many feafs of acfivify bofh upon and under fhe wafer fhaf surprised and pleased fhose fo whom fhey were novelfies." Following fhis rare exhibifion, Franklin received several handsome offers from loving fafhers fo feach fheir sons fo swim. He was seriously considering his possibilifies as a swimming insfrucfor when condifions in America made necessary his quick refurn. Despife a cerfain clumsiness, resulfing from excess flesh, his fondness for swimming confinued fhrough all his life, and when nearly eighfy years of age, he declared fhaf "fhe exercise of swimming is one of fhe mos'I' healfhy and agreeable in fhe world." lf is Franklin's eye for business fhaf we nexf nofe. Realizing fhe scarcify of book- shops in fhe colonies soufh of Bosfon, Franklin esfablished himself in Philadelphia as fhe propriefor of a book sfore and sfafioner's shop. Up unfil fhaf fime, lovers of reading had found if necessary fo send fo London for fheir books. Franklin removed fhis inconvenience by imporfing books from Europe, and adverfising his imporfafions in fhe "Pennsylvania GazeH'e." Before each publicafion of fhe "Gaze+'I'e," he would scan ifs columns for a few vacanf lines where he mighf prinf an adverfisemenf of his NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL 97 sPaPionery wares, and Prom Pime Po Pime Phe readers were inPormed of Phe variePy of his sPock. WiPhouP a doubP, Franklin's shop broughP no small proPiP Po i'Ps owner. Though almosP wiPhouP any arP insPincP, some oP Franklin's work showed Phe hand of an arPisP. He made skePches Po illusPraPe his wriPings, and was.Phe PirsP Po aPPemp'P illusPraPing a newspaper. Long aPPer he rePired Prom acPive prinPmg, Phe ConPl.nenPal Congress called upon him Po design Pheir currency. Perhaps Phe greaPesP service he ever rendered Po arP, was in selecPing Phe greaP Houdon 'Por Phe execuPion oP Phe busP of WashingPon, voPed by Virginia. IP was Franklin also who persuaded PhaP sculpPor Po underPake Phe commission. On his visiPs Po France and England, Franklin was cerPainly noP aP a loss as Po how he mighP enPerPain his guesPs. He was noP only a lover oP good music, buP could play on Phe harp, guiPar, and violin. Many aPPernoons and evenings were pleasanPly spen'P singing and playing wiPh his guesPs, several of whom were PalenPed musicians. PP was in Passy, a suburb of Paris, PhaP Franklin was Por Phe PirsP Pime siPuaPed Po enPerPain. Here, in a spacious house and large garden only halP a mile Prom Paris, many guesPs, boPh French and American, were inviPed. Indeed, iP was a greaP honor Po dine wiPh Phe renowned DocPor Franklin, Po lisPen Po his wiPg or even 'Po be beaPen by him in a game oP chess. He was inviPed Po all Phe PeasPs and parPies oP Phe courP, and Phe Duchess oP Bourbon Pook special delighP in each game of chess wiPh Phe DocPor. Franklin had his own rules Por conducP in sociePy which no doubP were parPly re- sponsible Por his universal populariPy. "The wiP o'P conversaPion," he remarked, "con- sisPs more in 'Finding iP in oPhers, Phan showing a greaP deal yourself. He who goes ouP of your company pleased wiPh his own cleverness, will Phe sooner come inPo iP again. A pleasanP qualiPy of his love of humor was PhaP he was always ready Po ioke aP his own expense. A 'PavoriPe subjecP Por his self-joking was Phe Prouble he experienced wiPh Phe gouP. Once, while suPPering Prom Phe disease, he wroPe his "Dialogue be- Pween Franklin and Phe GouP," which furnished a delighP'Pully amusing arPicle Por Phe readers of "Poor Richard." NOP once in PwenPy was his humor aimed aP an indi- vidual, and he PacPPully resorPed Po iP only when necessary. Such an occasion arose one day aP a dinner in Passy which is described by Jefferson. One-half of Phe guesPs were Americans: Phe oPher half French. During Phe dinner. one of Phe Frenchmen goP on his PavoriPe Pheory oP Phe degeneracy oP animals, and even of man, in America. Franklin aP lengPh noPicing Phe accidenPal sPaPure and posi- Pion oP his guesPs aP Phe Pable said, "Come, leP us Pry Phis quesPion by Phe PacP before us. One-half oP us are Americans, and one-halP French, and iP happens PhaP Phe Americans have placed 'Phemselves on one side of Phe Pable, and our French Priends are on Phe oPher. LeP boPh parPies rise, and we will see on which side naPure has degeneraPed." IP happened PhaP his American guesPs were men oP Phe PinesP sPaPure and Pormg while Phose oP Phe oPher side were remarkably diminuPive, and Phe speaker himself, parPicularly, was a mere shrimp. These Pew phases in Franklin's life show, perhaps bePPer Phan Phose in any oPher man's career, general abiliPy in many fields oP work raPher Phan special skill in one, which is Phe qualiPy mosP inPluenPial in aPPaining worldly success. Think oP Franklin as 'Phe sPaPesman, Phe wriPer, Phe philosopher-Phe greaP "CiPizen o'P Phe World"' buP Phink of Franklin also as Phe humorisP, Ph ' 1-h P Franklin I e swimmer, e regular man-Phe Human 98 CLASS RECORD. JUNE l933 BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, the SCi6I1'liS1' By SYDNEY HELLER KANE When The name of Beniamin Franklin is menTioned as a scienTisT, one immediaTely Thinks oT his Tamous kiTe experimenT or lighTning rods, buT This only rep- resenTs a small porTion of his scienTiTic acTiviTies. Franklin had an insaTiable curiosiTy. He asked more quesTions Than could be answered. The basis Tor all This curiosiTy was a passion for The pracTical. He was a hundred years ahead of his conTemporaries, in ThaT an absTracT Theory alone was noT suFFicienT, every experimenT had To have a pracTical applica- Tion. How many oT us know ThaT Franklin is The paTron sainT of The American opTomeTrisTs? ThaT Franklin was The TirsT man To use biTocals? In I785, when Franklin was in his sevenTies, his sighT began To Tail. He wenT To an opTomeTrisT and was TiTTed wiTh Two pairs oT glasses, one Tor reading and The oTher Tor disTanT obiecTs. Changing glasses conTinually soon became very annoying To Franklin, and being The pracTical genTleman ThaT he was, he seT abouT To make one pair of glasses serve bo+h purposes, The resulT--bifocals. His meThod was To cuT The glasses of each pair exacTly in half, maTching up in The same frame circle one-half of each lens, The upper Tor disTanT obiecTs and The lower Tor reading. Thus we have The TirsT pair of bifocals and by merely moving his eyes, Franklin had The use oT Two pairs of glasses. AnoTher producT of This genius was The Pennsylvania sTove. This was one oT his mosT pracTical invenTions and revoluTionized The heaTing oT homes. lT is inTeresTing To noTe ThaT in sTaTing one of The advanTages of The sTove, which required less wood Than oTher heaTi-ng appliances oT The day, he menTions The TacT ThaT wood as a 'fuel would soon grow scarce. This clearly shows The ToresighT of The man: iT Took us unTil The presenT day To sTarT a real ToresT conservaTion program. Perhaps you are under The impression ThaT The ulTra-violeT lighT is a producT of The 20+h cenTury and ThaT resToraTion To good healTh by iTs use also originaTed wiTh The same age, buT This is noT so. ln Franklin's Time, when Madeira wine was made, Tlies TrequenTly Tell in. One day Franklin opened a boTTle of This wine and Tound Three Tlies. These flies he placed in a sieve, so ThaT The wine would drain off, and leTT Them in The sun. ln less Than Three hours, Two oT Them came To life and Tlew off. The logical conclusion was ThaT The sun has been The source of life. lT Then occurred To Franklin ThaT if Tlies could be resusciTaTed, why noT human beings who had drowned, and, in a leTTer relaTing This discovery, The scienTisT makes The requesT ThaT if he could perTecT The resToraTion he would like To be embalmed in Madeira wine and Then revived aTTer a period of Time. l wonder, had This wish been granTed and on being revived Today, how Franklin would deal wiTh our presenT problems, boTh scienTific and economic. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL 99 Anofher medical feaf was his affempfed cure of disease wifh elecfricify. He fook several paralyfics and subiecfed fhem fo elecfric charges for several days, each day increasing fhe sfrengfh of fhe charge. His pafienfs soon found fhaf fhey were able fo move fheir arms and legs. The freafmenf proved successful. Today we affempf fo cure infanfile paralysis and muscular disorders by almosf fhe same mefhod. He observed fhaf rum made in lead fanks caused sfomach ailmenfs similar fo fhaf which prinfers gof from using lead fype. His proof was fhe facf fhaf fhis disease was mosf prevalenf among lead workers. He recommended fhaf physicians fake fhis info considerafion and affempf a cure. Anofher example of his greaf abilify is shown in his explanafion of fhe earfh's magnefic field and ifs effecfs. Franklin believed fhaf fhe earfh was once a liquid mass and fhaf fhrough fhe ages fhis had slowly cooled and fhe lighfer subsfances floafed fo fhe fop, causing mounfains in fhe final hardening. He furfher reasoned fhaf since iron can be magnefized by anofher magnef, mighf nof our norfh and soufh magnefic poles also confain large quanfifies of iron ore, fhis mefal being magnefized by anofher planef wifh a magnefic field and sfill furfher, mighf nof fhe whole solar sysfems be held fogefher by a similar magnefic affracfion? Nexf, in deducfion, came fhe fhoughf fhaf fhe femperafure zones and 'rhe posifion of fhe seas was defermined by fhe sfrengfh and posifions of fhe earfh's magnefic field. If 'rhe laffer be frue, if accounfed for fhe facf fhaf in frigid regions, fossil remains are found, proving fhaf life once flourished fhere. Since fhaf fime a planef wifh a sfronger magnefic field came nearer fhe earfh and changed fhe locafion of fhe magnefic poles. This in furn moved 'rhe presenf arcfic and anfarcfic regions from fropical fo frozen zones. Since fhe sea was also confrolled by fhese magnefic fields, perhaps when fhis change, caused by anofher planef, fook place, fhe greaf Flood came. Franklin's explanafion of fhe Flood shows his desire and efforf fo explain unknown phenomena. No doubf some of us remember when 'rhe Wrighfs flew fheir firsf airplane off Kiffy Hawk, and exclaimed: "l wonder whaf fhis age will come fo wifh all ifs new con- frapfions," buf fhaf really wasn'f new. ln I784, affer seeing fhe firsf balloon flighfs carry men, Franklin prophesied a fufure aerial war. To be exacf, he conceived of 5,000 balloons, each fo carry fwo armed men, as fhe fufure army. The balloons would fake off, land, do fheir desfrucfion and fhen leave before fhe enemy could collecf fhemselves. To prepare againsf such an affack was almosf impossible in Franklin's mind and so in fhaf early day he recommended an end fo all wars. Per- haps even such greaf ships as fhe modern Macon were in fheir embryo sfafe in his brain. Today we see fhis prophecy fulfilled in our greaf air forces. Franklin was one of our earliesf paleonfologisfs, as shown by fhe facf fhaf when several fossil feefh and bones were found in fhe Ohio V ll f f h fo him for classificafion. a ey, our o 1' em were senf Franklin was a greaf sfafesman, philosopher and educafor, buf primarily he was a greaf scienfisf. Had his falenfs been devofed fo science only, whaf mighf he noi have accomplished. Buf fhen he would nof have been our Beniamin Franklin. :oo CLASS RECORD, JUNE 1933 THE BENJAMIN FRANKLIN MEMORIAL AND FRANKLIN INSTITUTE MUSEUM By NELSON R. JANTZEN My worfhy colleagues delivered fo you inferesfing informafion concerning Philadelphia's greafesf cifi- zen, Benjamin Franklin. As a scienfisf and valuable member of our communify Franklin was unexcelled, and if is fherefore fiffing fhaf fhe greafesf pracfical and scienfific insfifufion of Philadelphia is being erecfed as a memorial fo fhis pafriof. The Poor Richard Club has had a greaf alfruisfic desire fo do honor fo ifs pafron, fhaf much adiecfi- vized cifizen. As a resulf if has unifed wifh fhe Franklin lnsfifufe in building a memorial, nof only ornamenfal, for fhe building is beaufiful, buf of greaf infrinsic value fo fhe cify of Philadelphia. The amazing sum of five million dollars was solicifed fhrough donafions by fhe backers of This .f. enferprise, and as a resulf, af Twenfy-firsf Sfreef and fhe Parkway, fhe Franklin lnsfifufe Museum is near- ing complefion. The aufhorifies inform us fhaf fhis building will open in December and fo each and every person presenf fonighf, l sin- cerely advocafe fhe advanfage of an early visif fo fhis greaf memorial. Briefly lef me fell you why l do so. Alfhough fhe enferprise is fermed a "museum," if is only a museum in fhe modern concepfion of fhe word. Nof so long since a museum was, as sfafed by Dr. Howard McClenahan, leader of fhe enferprise, "a junk heap, wherein only 'firsfs' were fol- erafed, and copies however perfecf were faboo." The presenf-day fheory porfrays a museum as an enlighfening agency for educafion. And such is fhe Franklin lnsfifufe Museum. The purpose of fhe enferprise is fo explain fhe fundamenfal principles of science and fheir applicafion in modern indusfry, along wifh fhe developmenf of mechanical devices from fheir original predecessors. This will be done largely fhrough experi- menfafion, use of charfs, use of phofographs, or in any ofher pracfical manner. ln many cases fhe visifor may perform fhe experimenf himself, wifh perfecf safefy and much enioymenf. ln cases where dangerous apparafus is used, an affendanf will demonsfrafe fhe principle. Of course, originals will be on display, for fhey add fhe necessary afmosphere and provide a poefic fhrill fo one who would gaze, lef us say, af Franklin's original elec- frical machine. Buf when such is fhe case a duplicafe will be consfrucfed wifh which fhe curious public may meddle. If fhe duplicafe is broken, anofher may replace if wifhouf irreparable loss. Five primary deparfmenfs consfifufe fhe museum. They are, namely: Physics, headed by Dr. James Barnes, Chemisfry, headed by Dr. Smifhg Asfronomical Deparf- menf, headed by James Sfokelyg Engineering, headed by Dr. Howard McClenahan and Charles Bonineg and fhe Graphic Arfs Deparfmenf. To illusfrafe fhe fype of exhibifion each deparfmenf affords, I will enumerafe several examples. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL lOl A chemical demonsTraTion illusTraTes how oxygen and hydrogen uniTe To Torm wafer- The visiTor presses a buTTon or lever which sTarTs wiThin a glass case The acTlon of elecTrolysis of waTe.r.' Hydrogen and oxygen pass off aT The ellecfrcgdes. +hCh.I:i+j3: plain The acTlon as IT is Taking place. When This has. been comp e e . grwk el' d I I Tor example, is pushed. BOOM! A sharp explosion sTarTles The on oo er, an and behold! The gases have uniTed To Torm waTer. Theiexploslon affords gamusemend The curiosiTy is aroused as To "why" ThaT happened iwhlch is explained direcTlylI an The person has The saTisTied Teeling of having performed a successful experlmenT. The lnsTiTuTe will conTain The only seismograph in This secTion of The counTry. lT is a delicaTe insTrumenT which records earTh Tremors and quakes. Now oT course The unknowing public cannoT handle This valuable insTrumenT,.buT a small copy, correcT in every deTail, is mounTed upon a board. By shaking This board, .Mr. Curious may manuTacTure his own earThquake and view The insTrumenT in operaTion recording The Tremor. ln such displays as oT locomoTives, aeroplanes, and The like, The various indiyidual parTs or secTions will be on exhibiTion. FurThermore, a Tull-sized Hengme will be mounTed on a plaTTorm, which The ciTizen may run himselT. The wheels will .go round" and The Thrill oT being an engineer will be experienced. OT course The engine makes no progress, as only The plaTTorm moves. . Then There will be a sTeam press in operaTion. The arTicle pressed is a meTalllc disc given To each visiTor. He may inserT The disc and waTch The press TuncTiong and The resulT oT his labors will be a nicely sTamped souvenir coin as a remembrance oT The "da of da s." MosTyoT youyin This audience have eiTher seen or heard oT mechanical men. You deem Them gruesome and awe-inspiring. BuT aT The museum you will be privileged To waTch a preTTy liTTle French Mademoiselle compose poeTry and draw picTures wiTh remarkable dexTeriTy. And yeT she is a mechanical miss, an auTomaTon, The Tore- runner oT The horrible roboT. She wriTes by The moTive Torce of a series oT many inTricaTe brass cams. And so you see, anyone inTeresTed in a Topic may saTisTy his curiosiTy in ThaT Tieldg and anyone noT inTeresTed, immediaTely acquires Thousands of inTeresTs, Thousands oT quesTions, all oT which are answered in one way or anoTher. ln conTinuing, how man oT This gaThering acTually have seen, unhazed by smoke, unbroken by +aII ciTy bui?dings, The greaTesT oT naTure's beauTies, The sTars in The heavens? The liTeraTure oT The ancienTs abounds in reTerence To The heavenly bodies. PoeTs aTTempT To picTure Them in words. BuT only by The acTual sighT wiTh our eyes can we appreciaTe Their beauTy. We know more of The science and less oT The pic- Turesque aspecT oT The sTars Today Than in yesTeryears. There is in The museum a greaT planeTarium which proiecTs The heavens on a dome-shaped ceiling so as To give The onlooker a clear concepTion of Them. By The use oT many complicaTed devices, The TorTunaTe audience may see all The sTars and planeTs oT any hemisphere: Their moTion ThroughouT The year, and Their posiTion Thousands oT years hence or since. The planeTarium is so realisTic ThaT Dr. McClenahan upon seeing one in Germany says, "The greaT beauTies of The skies are broughT ouT wiTh such Torce ThaT The onlooker exclalms wiTh The PsaImisT, 'The heavens declare The glory oT God and The T'irmamenT showeTh His handiwork.' " And This planeTarium is a producT oT man's inTellecT To be enjoyed by man. WhaT wondnersll WhaT.enioymenT! WhaT insTrucTionl Such a monumenT To such a man as l3en!amm Franklin is noble: buT is iT noT a monumenT To The work oT men, The ingenuiTy of men? We may consider ourselves TorTunaTe To be priviliged To be The TirsT To visiT This double monumenT, which will be visiTed and viewed and wondered aT by Thousands aTTer usp a monumenT To a man and To men. '02 CLASS RECORD. JUNE I933 LOUIS EFFINGER CLASS 1933 LOUIS KRUG HCHVOR IWEN WILLYLAM FIEDLER Pl-nun smnu NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL CLASS PROPHECY by FRED BROWN AND MORTON GORDON 7:00 A. M. Good morning, ladies and genflemen. This is Sfafion W N E broadi casfing from Philadelphia on a wave lengfh of L933 mefers by aufhorlfy of 'rhe Fjclera Television and Radio Commission. This is engineer Arfhur Sharpe speaking an prg- senfing our nexf feafure, infroducing on +his brighl' and early morning of March ilk, I95l, our daily seH'ing-up exercises. They are senf 'lo you by fhe firm pf K0rdaS I and Yosf, makers of Guaranfeed Reducing Salfs, presenhng Gerson, Gllckman, and Hyman, world-renowned physical cul+uris'I's. g 7:30 Through fhe courfesy of fhe Roberf and Louis Beck Shoe Company, makers of fhe Dr. Sydney Kane shoe, recommended by +ha+ exponenf of fhe 'rap dance, David Polis, presenfing fhe program loved by millions, Manny Hoffman and his Scrap- book, feafuring poems familiar 'fo all. H 7:45 News lfems, as im'erpre+ed by Howard Holmes, flash reporfer on fhe Morn- in Blo+": gWe learn from reliable informafion 'l'ha+ Den'ris+ Kenne'l'h Alberl' is fo be sued for S2000 by spor'l'sman Vincenf Brisfow for his error in exfracfing fhe lef'l' molar lnsfead of fhe righf from Mr. Bris+ow's jaw. Byron Beilcleck, of fhis ci+y, has been appoinfed by fhe Presidenf fo be Ambassador fo S ain. Hgward Wallner, well-known Philadelphian, is being sued for periury, due 'ro evi- dence given by him in a recenf frial. Here's good news! A new aufomafic sfamp 'licker has iusf been pafenfed by an ingenious invenfor, Francis Boerum. A remarkable address by John Boeshore, world fraveler, on his peregrinafions fhrough 'rhe Caucasian Slopes, was greefed wifh fhunderous applause lasf nighl' af fhe Academy of Music. Wilbur Jackson and William Sfampler were arresfed lasf nighl' on charges of dis- furbing fhe peace in a fisf-fighf. Charles Kasik won fhe Academy Medal lasf nighf for his new painfing called "Win+er." A A sui+ for libel was insfifufed yesferday againsf lsadore Silverman by Ralph Dennis. A sfafemenf by his a'H'orney, John Loyer, denies fhe charges. An almosl' unbelievable s'l'ory sfafes 'rhaf Richard Umfrid, finding S3000 in his bus, refurned if +o i'I's claimer, Morris Vernick, bank messenger. Homer Theisen, aviafor, is planning 'ro hop off foday on his proposed non-sfop round-'fhe-world flighf. A S200,000 fire, during fhe nighf, devasfafed 'I'he mansion of Harold Marczely, bird food magnafe. Alfred Masfrangelo, fireman, was iniured. Anfhony Paczkowski, Chief of fhe Bureau of Fire, direcfed fhe fighf. .8:00 Under 'rhe sponsorship of +ha+ wonder washing machine, 'l'he Walfer Gumen D-:rf Eradicafor, we presenf scinfillafing funes as fhey are inferprefed by 'lhe fwo piano feam, Morfon Braude and Harmon Gordon. Le+'s go, boys! 8:l5 Good morning! Good morning! Good morning! This is 'lhe Early Risers Forum. We have a number of leffers here from a few of our members Firsl' Harr Allen.wri+es in saying he has discovered 'lhal' fhe depression is over Willia lB'+'l' Y confrlbufes 'rhe remark 'rhaf war in China is being precipifafed and we have fvriflo leffeili h ' ' I - ere, one from Ellwood Hannmgs, fhe ofher from John Packard, sfaflng 'rheir views on 'rhe abolifion of compulsory educafion. I04 CLASS RECORD. JUNE T933 8:30 The genTleman who is abouT To address you, Dr. Louis Krug, comes To you as a TeaTure oT The George Davis ReviTalizer CorporaTion. He is To speak upon The heal+h aspecTs oT Jacob HoTTinger's plan Tor The reorganizaTion of socieTy. 8:45 We offer you now The Carl Jankiewicz Food Ensemble, Jack EdelsTein con- ducTing, wiTh George Lyman, bariTone. Remember ThaT These Toods surpass all oThers on The markeT. 9:00 The Women's Magazine. A number of announcemenTs of inTeresT To women. For correcT sTyle, paTronize The Dress Salon, under The managemenT of Norman Blumberg. The cold cream Tor milady-William Hadfield brand. Pure and inexpensive. Raymond Webb will send you upon receipT of Ten cenTs in sTamps a copy of his laTesT book on The care oT children. ShUp-To-daTe Tashions in haTs can be obTained from The Theodore Koslofsky Millinery op. When money is needed, consulT The William McBride Loan Office. Every varieTy of Tancy grocery goods is obTainable Trom The Charles Meyers STore and a wide assorTmenT oT TruiTs from The MarkeT oT Alexander NewsTein. When The old homesTead needs repairs, consulT wiTh Collier PTlugTelder, inTerior decoraTor, and WaI+er Posch, elecTrical engineer. May The need never occur, buT when iT does be sure To call Henry Mann, morTician. 9:30 An educaTional TeaTure Tor all. ThaT eminenT auThoriTy on books, Herman LamperT, and William Woerner, Spanish experT. AfTer These gen+lemen, we presenT Charles SiegrisT, who will relaTe some inTeresTing episodes from his world Travels. 9:45 PresTo, The magic cleaner, made by The Herman Jarvis Company, presenTs The Women's friend, Samuel Norbury, who will give some helpful household hinTs. PresTo is recommended by Joseph De BeaumonT and John Thompson, world-renowned arTisTs, Tor cleaning all surfaces. lO:00 To our rural friends we dedicaTe our nexT TeaTure. Larner Peak will advise on soil care. William Schuck will recommend meThods Tor insecT exTerminaTion, while Charles BosTon will discuss ThaT greaTly improved TerTilizer, disTribuTed by The George Blessing lnsTiTuTe. l0:I5 The John Moore Bakeries, makers oT John Mealey's Whole WheaT HealTh Bread, offer The Morning Warblers Trio, AlberT Roeker and Harry Wisner, bariTones, and HerberT LuTzky, Tenor. l0:30 The menTal wizard oT The air. Sees all. Knows all. None oTher Than Pro- Tessor Casimer Dombrowski, who will now reveal The secreTs of The mysTic TuTure. I I:00 From WashingTon, D. C., The NaTion's CapiTal, Osborne Campbell, poliTical wriTer, inTroduces Thomas O'Boyle, SenaTor Trom Pennsylvania, and WalTer Wein- garTner, represenTing Pennsylvania's Third DisTricT, who will discuss legislaTion pro- posed by Edmund Brown, AssisTanT SecreTary of Commerce. ll:45 Church Time on The Air wiTh The Reverends Paul KunTz, WalTer Kling, and Abraham Wilensky, who have inspiraTional messages for us. Manuel Balbona, of our religious deparTmenT, will preside. l2:00 Luncheon music direcT Trom Paul King's Tea Garden TeaTuring Harry Neg- ler's SyncopaTors, wiTh Louis and Max Cohen, comedians. I2:30 Much AbouT NoThing, our daily skeTch, senT To you by GilberT Thorpe WaTches, The waTches wiTh The Tickless movemenT. The casT includes David Lipson, Tarmer, Edward Leopold, sTorekeeper, and MilTon AckoTF, big ciTy dude. l2:45 WalTer Kinka BaTh SalTs, used by all TasTidious women, bring you now a period of songs by Joseph SchwindT. Carl Calabrese, 'Famous derma+oIogis+, gives his Tull endorsemenT To This producT. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL IOS : e are abouT To connecT ou wiTh Shribe's Park, where our sporTs announcer, Legg? Bxhman, will give you a play-by-play descripTion of The lasT gzlmeevof The championship series beTween John PeTTunes .PeTTles and .Francis Graczy s I QGZTGS- The rival baTTeries are: Tor The PeTTies, Louis Effinger Pll'Cl1ln9- George so ofan caTchingg and Tor The Gracies, John SchmidT piTching and GusTave Bauer iaTchl3g. Umpires Tor Today's game are Herman Jarvis and STanley BaTyski. Mayor AeXal1 GI' Balash will sTarT The game in iusT a momenT. We connecT you wiTh The Tield. . 2:30 lsadore Krassen, dramaTic criTic of The Morning BloT,. will now glvenyou his weekly Talk on The drama. His guesT Tor Today is AnThony Plcari, producer of Nngh+ s Here." 2:45 Drama is on The air, wiTh The W N E players, who include Edward Robson. Joseph Lieb, MarTin Kermacy, NaThan Hirshey, and VincenT Goodrldge. John Rozsa and Edward Anderson have charge of The incidenTal music and sound eTTecTs. The play Tor Today is Harry Shaw's "WhaT of IT?" The play opens in sunny Mexico. 3:45 Here's Nelson JanTzen wiTh his predicTions Tor This aTTernoon s Tennis and swimming maTches wiTh AusTralia. As you know, Three of our naTive sons are ekpecTed To come Through wiTh vicTories. They are Enoch Klimas and Bernard LeTkowlTz, TirsT and second ranking Tennis players of The U. S., and Maximilian Younger, ThaT laTesT long disTance aquaTic sensaTion. 4:00 This is our aTTernoon shopping program wiTh suggesTions ThaT spell economy. For men's wear ThaT pleases, visiT Calvin Blum's Haberdashery. BeauTiTy your home wiTh draperies ThaT bear The label oT James Cumming. CourTeous TreaTmenT is always yours aT Monsieur Samuel Cordasco's BeauTy Salon. lnvesTigaTe The money-saving opporTuniTies offered by The Carl Gross STores. All varieTies oT paper goods aT The Theodore lsen Paper Co. PrinTing of disTincTion is rendered by The William Graf PrinTing Co. For delecTable meaT producTs paTronize The Klieman BroThers' MeaT MarkeT. MarTin Belofsky can supply you wiTh all Types of piscarorial foods. Always ready To serve you is George Joseph, plumbing experT. Day and nighT service is ready Tor you aT The MilTon MoskowiTz AuTo Repair Shop. SaTisTy your ThirsT wiTh Carl BurckhardT Brews. Furnish your home wiTh The Wilson LiTTle FurniTure Line. Men! Wherever you go you will Tind one of The NaT Weiss chain of Tonsorial par ors. CloThes ThaT TiT The purse and person aT Bernard SilversTein's CloThes Shop. When all oThers Tail, Try Bernard SeroTa Hair Tonic. To reduce The waisT-line use David Rosen's paTenTecl TableTs. 1, Lhe Benjamin Robboy Company handles only The besT of canned TruiT and vege- a es. Radio repairs aT a momenT's call, Norman Reinhard, radio experT. For ThaT run-down feeling geT a boTTle of Norman Mirow's STimulaTor. Make TonighT's meal wiTh Angelo Sciarra Fine Semolina WheaT ProducTs. Bring your broken jewelry To Harry Silver Tor repairs. For TonighT's parTy geT some ArThur Weissflog cookies wiTh Frank Hoffman ' cream. Ice John KilberT supplies soTT drinks To quench your ThirsT. 4:50 LasT-minuTe sTock quoTaTions by courTesy of Richard McAdams, STock Broker. 5:00 The Two Cowboys Trom Missouri, Richard Alkus and Harold Forman, wiTh Their songs and paTTer, are senT To you now as a TeaTure of Alexander Fleming Sugar Co. Here They are, The boys who don'T know whaT iT's all abouT. '06 CLASS RECORD, JUNE l933 5:l5 Hello, boys and girls, here's your old lriend, Uncle Frank Foley. Don'l lor- gel lo gel your John Heckman Junior Chemical Sel soon. Hello, Uncle Frank. 5:30 Here's Skibbe! ll Yes, sir, boys and girls, il's Arlhur Skibbe in person. Remember if you wanl lo become big and slrong lo eal plenly ol Marlin Quick Oals. 5:45 Our daily lilerary period, conducled by Roberl Simon. William Filzgerald will give you some English hinls while Lawrence Geoghegan will lell us somelhing aboul his new book on lhe lillh dimension. 6:00 By remole conlrol we send you now, direcl from London, England, a lalk by Julius Koslow, newspaper correspondenl, on lhe new Russian silualion. The sponsor is lhe Wallace Lea Tours Company, who urge you lo visil Russia lhis summer. 6:l5 Flash-The Evening Gazelle, lhrough lhe voice ol Howard Lloyd, gives you lale news ilems. Be sure lo read Edilor Sydney Schreiber's edilorial on polilical grall in lonighl's issue. Leopold Jaffe won lhe lypewriling speed conlesl loday. John Bokmarcich helped in lhe caplure ol a hil-run driver in his cab. Marlin Freedman was crowned world's slrongesl man. Louis Horner was made Chief ol Police. A remark- able discovery was made loday by Roberl Slewarl, Professor ol Malhemalics ol lhe Universily of Pennsylvania. John McAdams acquired lhe greal Russian crown lor his colleclion. 6:30 Sporls resulls, broughl lo you by Harry Eppinger's Brew, "lhe brew wilh a kick." David Snyder, sporls wriler ol lhe Evening Gazelle, will reporl on lhis aller- noon's lrack meel, held al John Topham's Sporls Cenler. Hello, lolks. Good news lor you loday. Richard Neill broke lhe slale record lor lhe 832 yd. dash. The mile relay record was also broken by lhal famous quarlel ol Bernard Goldschmidl, Charles Chappelle, Orell Schailey, and Peler Garbowsky. ln lhe field evenls Herb Hayman lied lhe pole vaull record wilh a leap ol I3 leel, while William Fiedler broke lhe record for lhe I3 lb. shol pul wilh a heave ol 49 leel. 6:45 We nexl presenl Millon Hanlman, who will discuss lhe lalesl polilical develop- menls in Washinglon, and Waller Kelly, well-known economisl, will give his views on "Airplanes and Dirigibles in Transporlalionf' 7:00 Lewis Conine Shaving Cream presenls lhal popular comedy pair ol lhe air, Waller Ganl and Carl Dullon, in lhe daily skelch "Third Avenue." 7:l5 How can lelevision be improved? The nexl hall hour will bring you a dis- cussion on lhis lopic by Charles Buckley ol lhe G. E. Company, Thomas Burns ol lhe Edison Laboralories, Roberl Corson, radio edilor ol lhe Evening Gazelle, and Frank Delori, prominenl lelevision experl. 7:45 Our weekly Labor period, conducled by John Alberl, presidenl ol lhe Labor lnslilule, has loday lor ils lopic, "Should lhe I4-hour Week Be Enlorced?" The parlicipanls will be Howard Freed ol lhe Carpenlers' Union, Maurice Healon ol lhe Plumbers' Union, Carl Holheinz ol lhe Eleclricians' Union, and Richard Wood ol lhe Lumbermen's Union. 8:00 The William Fell Soup Band, wilh Meyer Weisman conducling, and Charles Furness, George Kiesling, and Seymour Levenslein, soloisls. Jack Pleis is your an- nouncer. 8:l5 "Lisping" Lou Novick al his piano is broughl lo you by Marlin Ferrier, socks de luxe. The masler ol ceremonies is George Milzell. 8:30 The week's news broughl lo you in dramalic form, as wrillen lor radio by Truman Burnell. The evenls will include a descriplion by Lloyd Furber ol lhe con- slruclion ol his new 500 slory skyscraper, how Edwin Liss look his remarkable piclures of Jackson Savage's hunling lrip in lhe wilds ol Borneo: how Anlhony Marlin, a Phila- NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL IO7 delphia cop, saved The lives of 2000 men, women and children: how Mulford SmiTh, Professor of MaThemaTics, and ArThur SalTzman, Professor of LaTin aT The UniversiTy of Missouri, inTend To inauguraTe Their newly-devised plan of Teaching: and how George Purvis, posTmasTer of Jehula Township, inTercepTed a bomb meanT Tor The PresidenT o'F The UniTed STaTes. 9:00 A half hour of symphonic music by The William Fischer ReTrigeraTor OrchesTra, under The direcTion of Harold Shervin, wiTh Solomon Goldberg, Trombone soloisT. As a special TeaTure This evening we have Conyers Finckel, who will Tell us someThing of his fishing exploiTs. 9:30 Paul Goodman and his Royal Goodies broughT To you by The Royal Cake Company. A half hour of conTinuous dance music wiTh BerTram HurowiTz singing The vocals. In addiTion we have Pokras and PlaTo, The KnighTs of Comedy. l0:OO Richard Zinc, music criTic, will give an explanaTory Talk on The opera To be broadcasT Tomorrow aTTernoon. l0:l5 A period of Tun and laughTer presenTed by The TunsTers, Sam and Sydney Friedman. l0:3O We are speaking To you now 'From The Benjamin Franklin HoTel, 'From which place we are going To broadcasT To you a few of The speeches given aT The banqueT of The Philadelphia Business Men's AssociaTion. The Chairman Tor The evening is Thompson ATkinson. We Turn The microphone over To The chairman. We have wiTh us This evening a number of prominenT Philadelphians: John Scheifele, ecliTor of The Quaker CiTyg Harry MusTakoFf, CiTy Treasurer: Raymond NeTsch, TexTile manufac- Turerg Carl SusT, consTrucTion engineer: LesTer Maxwell, coTFee imporTerg RoberT Nine- sTeel, iron magnaTeg Glenn Eger, auTo manuTacTurerg Sherman Levison, medical auThoriTyg Max SpecTor, movie producer, Gordon Sossich, meaT packerg William Schaffer, adverTising auThoriTyg Elmer Lamb, deparTmenT sTore owner: Louis Buonviso, banker, and STephen Pauluch, newspaper publisher. I I:30 LasT minuTe news. HerberT STahl deTeaTed Irvine Crowe in an evenly maTched heavyweighT baTTle aT The Garden This evening. William Gross was appoinTed Judge of The Superior CourT by The Governor. Nelson Hill, local millionaire, was received by The King of England aT The Royal CourT. Two of our local men have been promoTed To commanding posiTions in The UniTed STaTes Army, Richard ETTer To CapTain and AlberT Hayman To Maior. Charles Beach, well-known chewing gum manuTacTurer, has donaTed one-half of his forTune To chariTy. II:45 AnThony Gallo Muscle Builders, The machines ThaT spell sTrengTh, presenT Philip SmiTh and his SmiTTies, popular orchesTra, in TiTTeen minuTes of dance rhyThms. I2:O0 This concludes our broadcasT Tor The day. We have been asked To announce The disappearance of The following persons: Sydney Henkin, resTauranT operaTorg Leonard Solkin, well-known baseball sTar: Donald lrelan, Tamous singer, David Wasson, druggisTg Carlos EggelsTon, shoe merchanTg Paul Opperman, novelisTg and Harry Foulkrod, sTar baskeTball cenTerg George E. Barker, acTor. IT you know The whereabouTs of These persons, please noTiTy The police aT once. Your announcers during The day have been F d R. B d M 1- STaTion W N E signing OTT. re rown an or on Gordon' I08 CLASS RECORD, JUNE l933 WE'RE SINGING THE SCHOOL SONG By HowARo HOLMES ,Q Cf, We're singing the school song tonight- How each note of it rings on the ear! The voices, how happy and bright, And the words, how remarkably clear! "Near a busy city street,"- How the words lead on and on- "Home of virtue, Learning's seat"- ln that old, familiar song. There a noble school does stand We shall sing of oft again, Honor's rule our guiding hand. Don't you love that old refrain! "Hail, Northeast! Hail, Northeast!" How they make that chorus ring! "From the greatest to the least" Loyal sons thy praises sing. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL IO9 INGING THE SCHO OLSON Say, you old "grad," when we sing it- Don't you hear a voice iust then, That within you cries, "l wish that l Were only back again." Tonight we too shall feel it, For we ioin your ranks, and then Our hearts will iump and we will wish That we were back again. Back again! Forever passing Those old "sheep-skins" down the line, Listening to farewell speeches, Singing school songs all the time! But life wosn't made for dreaming! We must do far more than sing, For the men who are the greatest Are the men who do the thing: Build the bridges, rule the nations, Write the books-the rule's the same: The man whose work's the finest Carves in memory's halls his name. We are starting life's adventure, "From the greatest to the Ieast." We ask God's blessing on this class And on our school-Northeast. CLASS RECOR D. JUNE i933 COMMENCEMENT PRIZES ir The Alumni Gold Medal The Simon Gratz English Prize The Harvey Gottshall English Awards The Jock Kofoed Journalistic Awards The Isaac A. Sheppard Gold Medal The Isaac A. Sheppard Silver Medal The Alliance Francaise Medal The Van Rensselaer Polytechnic Insti- tute Alumni Association IPittsburghI Gold Medal The Murrell Dobbins Prize The Class of 1893 Prize The Optimist Award NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL III 1,4 , A 5,5 6 I.-.V ,, vm' A 5 A ff by f",1z-w:-Lf I '2"'-- 3 .:1:"',,:.:. 4-.:v .-:::: 5 :-:15 -.:' 2 ',,-.:.:- I ,1-, ":" 5 :': NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL PHILADELPHIA SENATE AWARD BY HIS PERSONAL INFLUENCE CHARACTER AND INDIVIDUAL ACHIBVEMLNT HAS MADE A DISTINCT CONTRIBUTION TO THE STUDENT LIFE AND WELFARE OF THE NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL IN RECOGNITION THEREOF THE SENATE Q 1 AWARDS THIS CERTIFICATE I I 5 I rsf- -1: , -J ------- . .. ,-'V muxnzm orruz-:mul " ' 'i'l4 PLINCIPAL-of-T'lU,-M1001 'Z 3551, 1' I I Qi Ir I Dm --T-T - A-I-2f:1:1:.Z.,.-312111:1iR::1.f,.,,Z..-,Ezrlwwm,,,.,.,,,,,fgwg ,,,51,sw:.:,,.,,,,.,f,1.sf:1f:A::.,I,,,,,.4.Esf1:21:1,.,,,4,,,,,,,f:2f:m::,,4, ,Ewa-'.1:1z:1114..,1,.,,.4,1:s22:m::,-.-S, .4-E:R1:2:f.:....., ,. A-sw .V " --v- I - ----- .,.,. 4 W.-I --b.-:.::5,1,1.a.- .,., e ---- - 4-14:-:,555,5,:,:,1f'f :z,q5,5.,5,.,:.:---I -'--, 1 -:,q135,:g,:-:,4-- f""- ' '''-'-1-1:r:2:35g!g535:f,-14'" "EI-'zlagzgg 5,559 21' -' -'-'--A-:j:,55:v llil l. JANUARY, 1933 FIRST AWARDS SECOND AWARDS moRroN annum: svnnev scl-IREIBER WALTER KLING NATHAN HIRSHEY LOUIS KRUG PHILIP SMITH JUNE,l933 FIRST AWARDS SECOND AWARDS "2 CLASS RECORD. JUNE 1933 SPORTS i' Zi? J' QA O ? vlnrij 'CL Ky! Lip-74iQ7,1l 5-u6'J2: n f .L '- wb BASEBALL 'IQ 3 3 The ouflook for fhe I933 baseball season was exceedingly brighf. Lou Effinger, lasf year's sfar hurler, backed by an enfire veferan feam, was fhe cause of fhe exulfafion. The feam, coached by Mr. Engel, ushered in fhe season wifh Germanfown, wifhouf having fasfed any oufside compefifion. The old adage, "Pracfice makes perfecf," seemed fo hold frue, for fhe Archives fook a 5-2 lacing from fhe Clivedens. Reds Bailey gained fhe decision over Effinger, buf had Lou received fhe proper supporf fhe resulf mighf have been differenf. Hopes soared high again when fhe Red and Black squad frounced ifs arch rival, Cenfral, I0-4. Effinger, besides holding fhe Mirrors fo fwo hifs, furned slugger and rammed ouf four hifs. One of fhese was a home run in fhe firsf inning wifh fwo men on fhaf feafured a five-run rally. Jerry Neri also connecfed for a round fripper in fhis frame. Affer fhis auspicious change fhe Englemen furned sour again. They mef Olney and much fo fheir disgusf and sorrow, fasfed defeaf for fhe second fime by fhe score of 5-2. If was an old-fashioned pifching duel befween Effinger and Dick Carfer of fhe Trojan nine, fhe score reading 2-2 af fhe end of seven innings. Buf fhe eighfh frame furned fhe fables in favor of Olney when Carfer's homer plus some infield errors neffed Olney fhree runs and fhe ball game. Chances for fhe fifle were now very dim buf fhere was sfill an oufside hope. This lasf flickering ray of hope was exfinguished by Soufhern when fhe Downfowners II4 CLASS RECORD, JUNE I933 crushed NorTheasT I3-I. Two sad Things happened. NorTheasT was de'TiniTely elimi- naTed Trom The pennanT race and ETTinger Tailed To compleTe his game Tor The 'TirsT Time in Two years. The lone Archive Tally came as a resulT of GraT's homeric smash. Warnas, a second-sTring hurler, made his varsiTy debuT relieving Effinger. Warnas silenced The SouThern baTs very e'FTecTively Tor The remainder o'T The game, noT per- miTTing a run Tor Three innings. The WesT Philly game 'found Warnas aTTending To The piTching chores while E'FTinger played in The ouTer garden. The rookie made good in his iniTial sTarT and Turned in an II-5 Triumph. Wallner's sevenTh inning home run wiTh The bags loaded sewed up The game. Benny Culp showed his prowess as a long disTance clouTer by hiTTing 'Two circuiT drives, bringing his ToTal Tor The season up To Three. Warnas was given his second piTching assignmenT againsT Frankford, and The diminuTive Tlinger again emerged vicTorious. This game was a hard-ToughT baTTle wiTh The deciding runs coming in The ninTh inning. Sickenberg sTaged a dramaTic Tinish when he clouTed a Tour-masTer wiTh Dennis on T'irsT in The 'Final game To give NorTh- easT a 6-4 vicTory, iTs Third of The season. E'TTinger reTurned To The mound againsT GraTz and showed real Torm, winning 3-2. Wallner's Timely hiTTing provided The margin of vicTory, a'TTer The oscillaTing score had caused many anxious momenTs. Overbrook helped The Archives ring down The curTain on The currenT baseball sea- son. All The HillToppers goT Tor Their hospiTaliTy was a neaT 3-O blanking, provided mainly Through The eTTorTs of Lou ETTinger. The TilT was The TiTTh loop Triumph and landed The Archives in a Triple Tie Tor second place in The league sTandings. The Team was composed of The 'Following players: Graf, caTcherg Effinger and Warnas, piTchers: Wallner, TirsT base: Frank and Dennis, second base: Culp, shorTsTopg STankey and Slabodian, Third base, Neri and Sickenberg, leTT Tieldg Quick, cenTer Tieldg and Topham, righT Tield. 'I 2 The baseball season oT T932 found Coach Engel wiTh only Two regulars of The preceding season. NeverTheless, Mr. Engel builT a sTrong com- binaTion, comprised mosTly o'T Juniors, ThaT Tinished in Third place in The league sTandings. The infield consisTed of Howie Wallner aT 'TirsT base, Chick Frank aT second, Ben Culp aT shorTsTop, and Ed STankey aT Third base. The ouTTielders were Guy Helms, Johnny Morrison, and George Slabodian. Lou ETTinger was The piTcher and Bill Graf was behind The baT. lra Moore, Johnny Topham, MarTin Rudner, Emory Divver, and ScoTTy Hayes also saw acTion. The Red and Black Tossers won seven games and losT Three during The season. NorTheasT losT To Upper Darby 6-3 in a pracTice game, buT came back a week laTer To blank Salesianum 3-0. Following This came The opening league game wiTh Overbrook, and The HillToppers were handed an 8-2 lacing. The Engelmen kepT up The winning sTreak, adding Three more vicTories. CenTral was downed, 2-I, WesT Philly losT a slug'TesT, I3-I I, and GermanTown bowed, 7-3. Olney High, winners o'T The championship, broke The Archives' sTreak wiTh a close 3-2 Triumph. FrankTord came down and handed NorTh- easT iTs second sTraighT seTback To The Tune of 4-2. The lasT deTeaT shaTTered all hopes Tor The TiTle, buT The Team won The lasT Two games To clinch Third posiTion. They deTeaTed GraTz 9-3 and SouThern I6-T4. Wallner, Culp, Morrison, and ETTinger played good ball all year and won places on The All-Public-High Team. STankey won a second Team berTh. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL IIS Under fhe guidance of a new coach, fhe Red and Black feam enfered il 9 3 ll fhe season wifh promising prospecfs. Aided by 'rhe facf fhaf many of lasf year's second-place feam were back, Coach Engel, alfhough his job was new fo him, gradually began fo develop an excellenf feam. Lou Epsfein, one of fhe leading hurlers of fhe league, was looked upon as fhe mainsfay of fhe pifching corps and did nof disappoinf his many roofers. He pifched brillianfly all season, winning seven ouf of nine games. One of fhe defeafs was af 'I'he hands of Wesf Philly, who fook over our lads in a biffer fen-inning sfruggle, 5-4. An error paved fhe way for fhe winning run. Lou's second defeaf came when fhe Archives mel' Grafz for fhe championship, anofher fen-inning game, in which fhe Archives wenf down fo fhe fune of 8-4. Af firsf base was sfafioned Garref, who played his usual hard game. Reds Hurle- man was af fhe keysfone sack and had for his double-play parfner Scoffy MacDonald. Lifvin was a classy performer af fhird. George Slabodian did fhe bulk of fhe receiving buf was occasionally relieved by Charlie Yoder. ln fhe ouffield Norfheasf was very sfrong, having Sfanley Furfek, who was also capfain of fhe baskefball feam, Marfy Quick, of foofball fame, and Goshy. lra Moore and Howard Wallner were fhe relief pifchers. As in fhe previous year, fabulafions gave fhe Engelmen eighf vicfories and buf fwo defeafs. Norfheasf, having always been sfrong on fhe diamond, fhis year's feam ll 9 3 O proved no excepfion. Wi+h Harry Snyder as coach, Norfheasf finished in second place, losing fhe final game of fhe season in a hearf-break, 3-2. The feam wenf fhrough fhe season wifh only fwo defeafs in eleven games, quife a record. Coach Snyder, who developed many sfar ball players in his years as a coach, in- cluding Bob Shawkey, former manager and pifcher for fhe New York Yankees, broughf fhe feam along in greaf sfyle. The Archives Xknocked off Abingfon, Upper Darby, Roman Cafholic, Soufh Philly, Cenfral, and Grafz before running info a snag, Over- brook. The Hillfoppers handed fhe Red and Black nine ifs firsf defeaf by a 6-3 score. However, fhe Snydermen once again hif fheir sfride, bowling over Wesf Philly, Rox- borough, and Frankford, in order, fo fie wifh Grafz for firsf place. ln fhe playoff againsf Grafz, affer scoring fwo runs in fhe firsf inning off Gofwald, fhe Norfheasf pifcher, Lou Effinger was senf info fhe game. He gave a splendid exhibifion, hold- ing fhe Cherry and Whife scoreless unfil fhe ninfh inning when fhe score fied af fwo all, Maffhews, fhe Grafz hurler, connecfed for a circuif clouf, winning fhe game and fhe championship. Members of fhis feam were McCabe af firsf, Davis af second, MacDonald af fhird Sifvin af fhird, Grossman, Morrison, and Gofwald as ouffielders, Epsfein, Deeml Molfer, and Sosdorf hurling. U6 CLASS RECORD. JUNE I933 TRACK Coach Owen was given a young promising squad To work wiTh This il 3 spring. The maioriTy of The aspiring Trackmen were Juniors and will be back nexT year. The Team was noT expecTed To win The TiTle This year buT The Archives, neverTheless, gave a good accounT of Themselves. They were vicTorious in Their only dual meeT and 'finished second in all Tour oT Their Triangular meeTs. The o'Ther carnival in which They Took parT was The NorTheasT Relays, and The Red and Black cinder beaTers wound up in TourTh place, Trailing CenTral, GermanTown, and SouThern. The laT'Ter was The winner of The annual relay carnival. The opening meeT was a one-sided vicTory over ST. Joseph's Prep. The lopsided score was 89-I9. Skilabe rose To prominence by winning The mile run, while Cro Schaefer covered himself wiTh glory in capTuring The halT mile evenT. Talasnik, McBride, Hayman, and Fiedler, all of The Senior class, won Their respecTive evenTs. The iniTial Three-way meeT, parTicipaTed inlay NorTheasT, WesT Philly, and Frank- Tord, was won by The Speedboys by The margin of Tour poinTs. The Tinal ToTals were WesT Philly, 7I.6g NorTheasT, 67.95 and FrankTord, 39.5. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL H7 The Archives ran second To The sTrong SouThern squad in The nexT meeT, wiTh GraTz Trailing boTh schools. SouThern, winner oT The NorTheasT Relays and one oT The TavoriTes Tor The ciTy +i+le, had Things all iTs own way in This maTch. McBride, Talasnik, and Fiedler crashed Through once more wiTh vicTories in Their specialTies. CenTral, by amassing 92 and 8fl5 poinTs, crushed boTh NorTheasT and Olney. Les Owen's proTeges Tallied 52 and l4fl5 counTers, while Olney, a poor Third, could only musTer I9 and 8fl5 markers. Howard Jones, a dusky CenTraliTe, was The salienT per- Tormer, scoring a Triple vicTory. This same aThleTe laTer broke The public high pole vaulT mark in a meeT wiTh Episcopal High. McBride, Talasnik, and Fiedler were supreme in The low hurdles, broad jump, and shoT puT, respecTively. The TourTh and Tinal Triangular meeT was waged againsT GermanTown and Over- brook. The Cliveden cinder ploughers led The Tield wiTh 64.9 poinTs. NorTheasT's ToTal oT 53.4 was enough To keep The runner-up posiTion saTe Trom The hard-pressing HillToppers who scored 46.7 Tallies. The ouTsTanding TeaT in This meeT was The es+abIishmen+ oT a new shoT puT record by MacWhorTer oT GermanTown High. The husky Cliveden's record-breaking heave was 52 TeeT, 4V2 inches. This greaT Toss also marked The TirsT deTeaT suTFered by Fiedler in This parTicular evenT. The only Red and Black represenTaTive To score a Triumph was CapTain Herb Hayman, who shared Top honors in The pole vaulT wiTh a Ger- manTown lad. Since mosT of The presenT Team will reTurn nexT year wiTh an addiTional year oT ex- perience, a good season is expecTed. -I 9 3 2 A mediocre Track Team Took The Tield Tor NorTheasT and The Archives Took parT in Tive meeTs prior To The Championships. Only one vicTory was garnered, ThaT being over Olney and GraTz. The Red and Black cindermen regisTered 88V2 poinTs To Olney's 50V2. Simon GraTz Trailed in lasT posiTion wiTh 26 Tallies To iTs crediT. The TirsT deTeaT was suffered in a dual meeT wiTh ST. Joseph's. They won in a close maTch 52-47. CenTral also Took The measure oT The Archives by a neaT 64-34 Triumph. NorTheasT gained second place in The Triangular meeT wiTh SouThern and German- Town. The DownTowners led The Tield wiTh 75 crediTs, Tollowed by NorTheasT wiTh 5l. GermanTown goT 38 poinTs in lasT posiTion. The Tinal meeT was also losT, buT only aTTer a hard TighT Overbrook nosed ouT Th - e Red and Black TroTTers 59-54. WesT Philly also was in The Thick oT The baTTle, scoring 52 poinTs and Tinishing a close Third. NorTheasT did Tairly well in The P. P. H. S. Championships Tinishing TourTh Onl CenTral, WesT Philly and SouThern besTed The perTormance IoT The Archives: Y The Team was composed oT Sharp, Bair, Talasnik, Moch, Cirelli, Klein, Fiedler Hayman, Hawkins, ETTer, Diehl, Gr h M B 'd ' I Alfhouse. 6 am. C fl 6. PendergrasT, Slcibbe, ErnsT and ua CLASS RECORD, JUNE 1933 'I 9 3 'I Jimmy Thornfon was Iosf fo fhe feam fhis year and "Bo" Capella fook up 'Ihe job as Coach. Bofh 'Ihe frack fifle and fhe one mile relay cham- pionship were Iosf. Graduafion fook a heavy 'IoII of Ieffermen and fhe Archives wound up in fiffh place in fhe P. P. H. S. Championships. Affer a rafher disappoinfing sfarf af fhe Penn Relays, in which 'rhe Archives' frack colors were lowered by a crack Soufhern feam, fhe Norfheasf frackmen came back sfrong fo win 'Ihree ouf of four friangular meefs held during fhe season. In fhe firsf meef Cenfral 'Iook fhe Red and Black cinder-pafhers' measure. The Crimson and Gold rolled up 66V2 poinfs fo 'rhe Red and Black's 52. Germanfown, fhe ofher en'I'ry, was fhird wifh 48 fallies. The nexf meef found an improved feam defeafing Graiz and Wesf Philadelphia by a comforfable margin of I5 poinfs. The fhird friangular meef wifh Soufhern and Olney 'Found Norfheasf a decided favorife fo finish second. However, fhe six-'Iime fifleholders upsef fhe dope when, on a 'Irack and field heavy wifh rain, fhey amassed a fofal of 7I poinfs fo 65 for fhe favored Soufhern squad. The final engagemenf was a Norfheasf vicfory over Frankford and Overbrook. The Hillfoppers were second wifh 52V2 poinfs, while fhe Pioneers broughf up fhe rear wifh 36 markers. The Ieffermen were: Horace Bair, Mario Cirelli, William Dugan, Nelson Gilmore, George Guesf, Alberf Klein, Harry Markel, William Pollock, Philip Schneider, John Sharp, and Newfon Sfeiner. -I 9 3 O Despife fhe facf 'Ihaf only six Ieffermen refurned fo fhe feam and Norfh- easl' Iosf fhe Norfheasf Relays fo Soufhern, Coach Thornfon's sprinfers avenged fhis defeaf by carrying home 'Ihe frack championship for fhe fiffh consecufive season. Anofher highlighf of fhe season was fhe winning of fhe P. P. H. S. mile- relay championship for fhe ninfh consecufive year. The vicforious feam was com- posed of Capfain Dauf, Harlan Jackson, Newf Sfeiner and Legs Federoff. The inifial friangular meef held wifh Frankford and Cenfral was a clean-cuf vicfory for fhe Archives. Norfheasf had an I8 poinf advanfage over Cenfral, runner-up in fhe meef. Grafz was defeafed wifhouf much frouble, fhe final counf reading 73-26. The 'Ihird meef found a defermined bunch of Norfheasf afhleies piling up 58 poinfs, while Soufhern and Germanfown scored 38 and 9 respecfively. The Iasf friangular meef was carded wifh Wesf Philly and Overbrook af Norfheasf Field. Affer fhe cinders had faken 'I'heir beafing, if was found fhaf Norfheasf had 75 counfers, while fhe Speedboys could only musfer 60 markers. Overbrook was a poor fhird, scoring only I8 poinfs. As already menfioned, Norfheasf copped fhe P. P. H. S. fifle, defeafing German- fown in 'Ihe championship meef. The oufsfanding performers were: Dauf, Drake, Jackson, Sfeiner, Neill, Federoff, Eckharf, Pollock, Cole, Gilmer, Fisher, Deisf and Wilson. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL II9 L 7 - 1 , , BASKETBALL 3 3 Wilh +he re+urn of lasi year's 1'eam +he ou'I'look 'for +he season .I 9 3 2 T was very brighi, and since we were pul in+o 'l'he "A" League fhis year our fhoughis were furned foward winning l'he championship, our firs'l' good chance in five years. H appeared 'ihal' 'Phe nucleus 'For 'lhe 'I'eam would consisl' of John Topham, Ed Wynne, Harry Foullcrod, Ralph Dennis, and Reds Minnick. However, Lou Effinger, Marshall S+rang, John Schmidl, lsadore Silverman, and Herman Poppe were ready To break H' up. As Coach Wooley was going +o lose Ed Wynne in February, he pul' Lou Effinger or Marshal Slrang in his place for experience and used Wynne only when he was needed. The season s+ar+ed ou'l' wi+h a bang, for we defeafed Wes'r Caiholic, 29-27, in an exira period. The credii for winning fhe game goes 'io Dennis, for he scored 'The goal 'Thai +ied lhe score. The nexi' game, againsl' Upper Darby, was ano1'her Nor+heas'l vicfory. However, our winning sireak was haH'ed by Cenlral. This was 'Followed by anoiher defeal adminis+ered by Wesl' Philly. Our firsf league game was wi'rh Frankford on our own floor. This was a very easy vicfory for fhe +eamg during 'rhe game Coach Wooley in+erchanged Dennis and Sirangg '20 CLASS RECORD. JUNE I933 Sfrang for his speed and heighf, and Dennis for his experience and good eye. Olney gave us our second league game and second league vicfory. Af fhe end of fhe half if appeared fhaf fhe game was going fo be an Olney friumph, buf, as usual, we pulled fhrough. Germanfown, champions of fhe "A" League lasf year, wenf fhe way of Olney and Frankford. We fhen made a slip and losf our firsf league game. Grafz defeafed us, I3-I2, buf fhis was no faulf of fhe feam. Af fhis fime we losf fhrough graduafion Ed Wynne, a valuable player, buf fhrough fhe coach's foresighf his place was filled by Lou Effinger. Norfheasf again confinued on ifs way for fhe championship by again defeafing Frankford, Olney, and Germanfown. We fhen furned fhe fables on Grafz and frounced fhem, 39-22. Nexf came Cafholic High, champs of fhe Cafholic League. We defeafed fhem, buf lafer wenf down before fhe onslaughf of Soufhern in an infer-league ba'H'le. Since Norfheasf won fhe "A" League Championship and Soufhern fhe "B," fhere was a fhree-game playoff for fhe cify championship. Soufhern was a heavy favorife and was expecfed fo fake fwo sfraighf games, buf fhe Archives sfaged an upsef and fook fhe firsf game, 23-20. This vicfory was in vain, for in fhe lasf fwo games of fhe series fhe Downfowners nosed ouf fhe Wooley- men, I8-I3 and 24-20. 'IQ 31 - 3 2 Wifh only one veferan refurning from fhe preceding year, Coach Ike Wooley sfarfed pracfice early, in order fo round ouf his squad for a mosf difficulf schedule of ninefeen games. Owing fo fhe increased number of feams in fhe league, fwo leagues were formed. Norfheasf was placed in fhe sfronger one of fhe fwo, which included Overbrook, Wesf Philly, Cenfral, and Soufhern. The ofher league was composed of Olney, Grafz, Germanfown, and Frankford. Each feam was fo be played fwice. Alfhough fhe feam had fhe "never say die" spirif, inexperience proved fhe sfumbling block in fhe quesf for a championship. The members recruifed from lasf year's second feam were Bob Luff, Allen Powell, Bub Wynne, Ralph Dennis, Johnny Topham, Bill Minnick, and Howie Wallner. Leonard Garreff, Scoffy MacDonald, and Harry Foulkrod were fhe veferans leff over, buf fhe firsf fwo menfioned were graduafed af fhe mid-year. Alfhough if won only seven of fhe ninefeen games, fhe '3l-'32 feam upsef fhe previous year's champions in ifs firsf game and losf by one poinf in fhe nexf meefing and by only fwo poinfs in fhe game wifh fhe winners of fhe Penn Sfafe Cafholic Championship, Norfheasf Cafholic T30-28l. Wifh all fhe veferans back for fhe nexf year, chances for a championship were very brighf. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL I2l 3 'I Norfheasl, headed by Capiain Sian Furfek, who was elecled 'lo ll O - 'l'his posilion for +he second +ime, an even'I' unprecedenled in 'rhe his+ory of any Archive +eam, presenied a good ieam, whose one lack was +ha+ of capable reserves. Every game was played al' lhe Universily of Pennsylvania Paleslra. This served as a neulral floor, since each 1'eam had 'lo be played once. The year marked 'rhe deparfure of Coach Jimmy Thornion who was senl' +0 Grail. He lefl' in fhe middle of ihe season and his place was faken by Mr. "Ike" Wooley, a former Cenlral feacher. The change of coaches probably had much +o do wi1'h +he showing of fhe 'I'eam, since unfamiliarily wiih 'l'he new coach's mefhods would do much 'lo disrupl' fhe +eam's playing. As i+ was, 1'he Archives finished fifih in 'lhe loop sland- ings. ln addi+ion +0 Caplain Furlek, fhe wearers of 1'he Red and Black were ScoH'y MacDonald, Rubin, Hackman, and Harry Foulkrod. 'I 9 2 9 - 3 O Coach Jimmy Thornfon had a powerful leam rhis year, alihough he los+ many of l'he men who had broughl' a championship 'ro his ieam +he preceding year. Capiain Slan Furfek played 'forward and had as his running mare, Davis. Bob Daul, 'rrack capfain, was posled a1'cen'ler. Whi'I'ey McCabe and Mili Culp held down +he guard posifions, wifh Wally Rice and Sco'r'ly MacDonald acling in subs+i+u+e roles. Big 'things were promised 'rhe supporlers of The Red and Black when 'lhe feam came fhrough wi'I'h vic+ories over Upper Darby and Normal School, 'ihe la'Her caplained by a former Norlheasler, Wally Gross. The Archives won 'l'heir firsi' league game by 'lrouncing Germanfown, 28-24, bu+ 1'he viclory was coslly, as our s'l'ar cenler, Bob Dau1', broke his ankle and was los'l for fhe res1' of ihe season. His loss was fell in fhe nexi' +wo games when we losl +o Ceniral and Wesl' Philly. Coach Thornfon 'lhen pulled a surprise when Reds Pollock was placed a+ cenfer. Nor1'heas+'s 'leam began +o click again, winning 'lhe nex'r +wo games. However, ihe ream was defea+ed by Sou+hern in a fhrilling game, bu'r avenged 1-his defea+ by a second vicfory over our secfional rivals, Norfheasf Calholic. The final fabulalion of wins and losses 'Found our book in fhe black wilh eighl' vic+ories +0 seven defeafs. '22 CLASS RECORD, JUNE 1933 FOOTBALL 'I 9 3 2 For l'he firsl' game of +he season we fravelled up 'lo Abingfon. Allhough we los+ +ha+ game, we were proud lo be The firsl' +eam in a number of years fo gel' wi1'hin +he shadow of +he Big Boys' goal. The regular +iI+ wi+h Wesl' Philly was won by +hem. The Team wen? "bad," for lhe Archives leff +he field wi'rh a Zero 'I'o fhe Speeclboys' nine fallies. "Jim" Thornlon, our former Gym Teacher, saw his Grafz 'leam go down +o defeal' af +he hands of Gloomy Gus's Norfheaslers. The vic+ory was I2 To 6. The nexl' six feams were held scoreless by +he clicking Archives. The firsl' of 'lhese feams was German+own High. An easy vic+ory. Nor1'heas+ scored 25 poin+s 'ro +he Clivedens' 0. The Olney +eam was nexl' +aken in+o camp +o fhe 'lune of I2 lo O. Frankford was faken over +he hurdles by +he Archives, 25 +o O. The nex+ in line was Roxborough's +eam, and +hey also los1', 27 fo O. Overbrook pul' up a liHle figh+ bul' also los'I', 6 io O. H' was fhe firsf lime since our en'rrance info Nor+heas'l' fhal' +he Archives beal' Cen- 1'ral. Did +ha+ I2-To-0 defeaf make us 'Feel good! NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL I23 Talk wenT around ThaT The Archives were desfined To become The winners, wiTh only one defeaT counTing againsT us. The ThoughT was ThaT WesT Philly would lose To Cenfral, and we would again baTTle The Speedboys for The crown. Our dream was shaTTered when NorTheasT wenT down in The "dumps." FirsT To play Soufhern aT The STadium and Then To lose, 6 To O. LaTer we heard ThaT Cenfral was defeaTed by The Speedboys. WesT Philadelphia became The leaders of The league. BeTTer luck nexT season for The NorTheasTers, we hope. The boys ThaT nearly made good are: "STeve" Wyshwanuck ICQ-CapTain-EIecTI, Bill Fiedler lCapTainI, "Gus" Roberfs, "Frank" Graczyk, "Mike" Rufecky, "Bud" Pol- lock ICO-CapTain-EIecTI, "Johnny" MiTz, "Bill" Graf, "ScoTTy" Hayes, "Charley" Hudeck, and "MarTy" Quick. Coach, H. M. Geiges. Manager, "Vin" Goodridge. SubsTiTuTes: Helms, Dodd, Solo, STeerman, Slabodian. Among The fellows ThaT graduaTed in February are Hayes and Helms, Two very good ball players. The Team nearly breaks up aT The end of June, I933, for The Archives lose Graf, Quick, Fiedler, and Manager Goodridge. 'I 9 3 'I The season opener was losT To NorTheasT CaThoIic on our field: aT The final whisTle The score was 33 To 7 in Their favor. Do you remember The swimming meeT held on our field? Well, iT was nearly ThaT when MarTy Quick gained The handle of "Mudhorse." Soufhern was drowned in more ways Than one. WhaT a sTorml and was iT muddy! The mosT imporTanT drowning was The score of 25 To 0, in favor of The besT mud waders, who happened To be our Team. AT ForTy-fourTh and Parkside, WesT PhiladeIphia's Team drowned us on a dry field. IT was a 25-To-7 defeaf for The Archives. The Archives Tackled The GermanTown Team, I4 To 0. There were only seven poinTs scored in The Roxborough game and NE made Them. AT The Phillies' ball park, The Archives held The Bulldogs To a scoreless Tie. No maTTer which way you look aT The final score, iT was GraTz 0, NorTheasT 0. On Memorial Day aT PraTT and Large STreeTs, Two evenly-maTched Teams baTTled iT ouT. AT The end of The game iT was NorTheasT 7 To Frankford 7. IT was a Tall, lank end ThaT received The pass over The goal line and Overbrook was vicTorious, I3 To 7. We were maTched wiTh CenTral's Team aT The Baker Bowl and The boys from Broad and Green won. AT The baseball park The score was 25 To I3 in CenTral's favor. Quick, Graf, Graczyk and Wyshwanuck played on This 1-eam, '24 CLASS RECORD. JUNE l933 'I O Norfheasf Cafholic frounced us-I3 fo 6, on our field. Again we did nof lef Soufhern score: fhe final refurns were l3 fo O. Wesf Philly gave us a reverse fo make up for fhe '29 season beafing. lf was 28 fo O in fheir favor. Germanfown was our "meaf" for fhe second fime when fhey losf fo us by fhe score of 27 fo l2. The Archives evened if up wifh Grafz by defeafing fhe bulldogs by a I9-I2 score. Mr. Geiges again fook Frankford info camp, I9 fo 0. His profeges defeafed his own rivals. This rivalry developed fhrough his brofher's coaching af fhe High Sfreef insfifufe. Overbrook was frounced by fhe one-sided score of 25 fo 0. The boys from Broad and Green again downed us, 6 fo 0. This defeaf again gave Barron's boys fhe crown for fhe second sfraighf year over our boys. Alfhough many of fhe lafer sfars played on fhe second feam we had a subsfifufe on fhe firsf feam. Bill Graf, fhe Presidenf of our class, subbed for fhe greaf "Reds" Pollock. Through fhis fraining and experience, Bill developed info one of fhe brainiesf quarferbacks in fhe league. Graf was desfined fo lead fhe Archives fo a very successful season and a nearly-gained crown. 'I 9 Our high school career began wifh fhe foofball season of l929. The firsf filf was a non-league game wifh Camden High. This game showed fhe power of a green feam, alfhough if was defeafed. The Archives proved fhis power by faking Soufhern High over fhe hurdles 20-0 in fhe opener of fhe league. A fouchclown puf us on fhe long end of a 7-0 score wifh Wesf Philly. Germanfown followed fhe example sef by fhe ofher feams by losing, 20 fo I4. Overbrook also "fook if on fhe chin" fo fhe fune of 20 fo 6. l suppose fhis was enough for fhe Norfh- easfers, for fhey losf fo Grafz 6 fo 0 in fhe nexf skirmish. Grafz had losf fo Overbrook and Cenfral, so we and our rivals, Cenfral, mef for fhe crown. We were faken info camp fo fhe fune of 20 fo 0. Credif is due fo coaches H. M. Geiges and Henry Engel for producing fhe mechan- ically mosf perfecf feam in fhe league. Alfhough a lighf weighf feam, fhey had fhe leading "sfuff." If was fhe firsf season under coach Geiges fhaf fhe feam beaf bofh Wesf Philadelphia's and Frankford's feams. Members of our own class fhaf lafer gained fame on The gridiron foiled on fhe freshman and reserve feams. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL I25 SOCCER 2 As we review The even'Ts of The T932 soccer season, There Tlil' be- fore our mind's eye picTures of grimly Toughl' baT'Tles from which 'The Archives ever came home unvanquished. The diTTiculTies which presenTed Themselves To The Red and Blacks during '32 were greaTer Than Those of previous years. Increasing obsTacles were noT due 'To The TacT Tha'T NorTheasT was wealcening, buT 'To 'The TacT Thal' soccer is gradually winning iTs way inTo The hearTs of more and more people, wiTh 'The resulT Thai' school Teams are increasing in efficiency. The le'TTermen of The I93I season who formed a nucleus Tor The T932 'Team were Cobb, STanlcey, Burns, Pepper, and Hannings. Around These boys Coach Terry worlced To build his championship Team. During The TirsT 'Two league games, played wiTh GermanTown and WesT Philadelphia, The s'TrengTh o'T Nor'TheasT was no+ 'Taxed 'To any greaT exTen'T. However, The Third game, played wiTh CenTral, was cerTainly a Thriller. The skies looked black Tor NorTh- eas'T ThaT day, for The Mirrors played a good game and wi'Thin a 'Tew minuTes of The close of 'The second half, The score was sTill 2-I in favor oT CenTral. BUT The silver lining shone Through when Ii++Ie Russ Doran bravel score even. y shoT in 'The goal which made The T26 CLASS RECORD. JUNE T933 The nexf vicfims of 'rhe Archives were fhe Olney dribblers, who were defeafed, I-0. Then came Overbrook, whose efforfs fo arresf fhe progress of Norfheasf fowards Public High League championship, were quife useless. Of course, we shall nof forgef fhe game played wifh Simon Grafz. Bofh feams foughf fiercely, and fhe score af fhe end of 59 minufes was I-I. Then came fhe greaf momenf when fhe Grafi boys were awarded a penalfy kick. A fhrilling momenf for players and specfafors alike! As Roiewski of Simon Grafz approached fhe ball, everyone waifed wifh bafed breafh. The Red and Blacks felf fhaf defeal' was perilously near. Buf no-fhe sphere, direcfed by Roiewski's boof, fell info fhe hands of Adelman, fhe goalkeeper, and was immedi- afely fhrown back info fhe field. The day was saved! Lasf on fhe lisf of Norl'heas'l"s rivals, buf by no means leasf, was Frankford. Had fhe Archives only fied in fhis confesf, fhey would sfill have been af fhe fop of fhe league, buf a goal puf fhrough by Scoffy Milligan, whose work fhroughouf fhe enfire season was good, gave fhe Archives fhe vicfory, 2-I. Thus 'l'he Norfheasf lads won for fhe eighfh consecufive year fhe Public High cham- pionship. The wearers of 'lhe Red and Black sweafers were: Cobb, Sfankey, Burns, Milligan, lfffinger, Hindman, Topham, Hannings, Pepper, Adelman, Frank, Braun, Doran, and Himles. 'I 9 3 'I To say fhaf fhe Norfheasf boofers were successful in fhe year l93l is fo repeal' a 'Familiar fale. Despife fhe facf fhaf only four regulars from fhe feam of fhe preceding year re- 'lurnecl fo combine fheir efforfs wifh fhose of fhe newcomers, fhe feam wenf forward daunflessly. The Terrymen proved fheir superiorify over fheir rivals and, needless fo say, gained fhe covefed prize af fhe end of fhe season. The firsf keen opposifion of fhe season was presenfed fo Norfheasf by fhe Simon Grafz eleven during a sfiff baffle, which ended in a score of 2-I in favor of fhe Archives. This game, however, was preceded by a quarfef of easy vicfories. The Clivedens were blanked 4-0, while Wesf Philly fook a 7-3 drubbing. Coach Terry's minions wenl' on a scoring spree againsf Soufhern and a 9-0 win was recorded. The Cenfral Mirrors were a bif fougher, buf fhey were cracked, 3-I. Following fhe Grafz vicfory came fhe Overbrook game, in which fhe Hillfoppers were barely nosed ouf, I-0. The fradifional Norfheasl'-Frankford game resulfed in a 2-0 vicfory, Garreff and Ed Sfankey scoring fhe goals. The vicfories gained by 'l'he invincible Norfheasf boofers during fhis season enfifled 'lhem fo meef Germanfown Friends for fhe purpose of deciding who should be fhe winners of 'rhe Haverford Cup. This frophy, emblemafic of cify championship, was easily affained by fhe Norfheasf boys fo fhe 'rune of 3-0. The champs were Amadie, MacDonald, Garreff, Sfrehle, Epsfein, Burns, Pepper, Cobb, Hannings, Young, Klieman, Sfankey, Clegg, Murphy, and Pugliese. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL I27 During fhis season fhe Terry sfars sfarfed off wifh a rush, scoring .I four consecufive shuf-oufs. Germanfown received a 3-0 iolf, as did Wesf Philadelphia. The Archives rolled up five goals againsf Soufhern, while Cenfral was whifewashed, 2-0. Grafz suffered a 3-I sefback, while Overbrook losf, 4-2. Frankford, foo, had a sfrong feam and fhey, foo, possessed an undefeafed record. The Norfheasf-Frankford game was a championship game. The fwo feams engaged in a forrid baffle from which fhe Archives emerged vicforious, 2-I. Norfheasf had a splendid feam fhis year under fhe leadership of fhe brillianf "Scoffy" MacDonald. Neverfheless, by a queer fwisf of fafe, as if were, fhe Lehigh Avenue boys were defeafed 3-2 when fhey mafched fhemselves wifh Germanfown Friends in an efforf fo affain fhe covefed Haverford Cup, upon which fhey already had fwo legs. The Terry sfars were MacDonald, Symons, Amadie, Sfrehle, Garreff, Kulp, Rubin, Kaifz, Leviff, Gooclfriend, Gunssen, Marks, Rodenhausen, Alkes, McCauglyl. 'I 9 Searching among fhe chronicles of Norfheasf soccer, we find fhaf for eighf consecufive years, fhe record of fhe Lehigh Avenue boys in fhe Public School League has been unblemishecl by defeaf. For eighf years Mr. Terry, our esfeemed and illusfrious coach, has led his boys on fo vicfory. Mr. Terry, as a soccer coach, has an enviable repufafion. His unfailing wisdom has caused him fo selecf for his feam boys who nof only show promise, buf who fulfill promise. Lef us draw aside fhe curfain so fhaf fhe soccer drama of fhe lasf four years may unfold before our eyes. Since only five leffermen came back from fhe feam of fhe previous year, fhe Archives were a bif weak af fhe sfarf. However, fhey rapidly gained sfrengfh, as fhe 6-O vicfory over Germanfown and fhe 4-2 win againsf Wesf Philadelphia will affesf. A frio of vicfories followed. Soufhern was given a 6-0 lacing, while Cenfral was snowed under, 4-2. Simon Grafz was fhe nexf vicfim, and a 3-I vicfory resulfed. The Terrymen had a breafhing spell before fhe imporfanf Frankford game. Overbrook was fhe soff spof, and Norfheasf ran roughshod over fhe Hillfoppers, chalking up a 9-0 vicfory. The lasf game of fhe season was wifh Frankford and, affer a hard sfruggle, fhe Red and Black squad came ouf on fop by fhe score of I-0. This vicfory gave Norfheasf fhe Public High crown for fhe fiffh sfraighf year. Nof long affer fhe Red and Blacks added fo fheir laurels by defeafing Germanfown Friends. Norfheasf now had fwo legs on fhe Haverford Cup and could look forward fo annexing fhis frophy before many soccer seasons were pasf. Here are fhe names of fhe Norfheasf boofers: Kulp, Burnside, Richfer, Dauf, Livolsi, Amadie, Kraus, Hoyle, Leviff, Symons, Fosfer, Rubin, MacDonald, and Beal. '23 CLASS RECGRD. JUNE I933 GYM TEAM 'I9 3 3 The Nor+heas+ Gyms+ers embarked upon ihe I933 season de+ermined fo regain fhe fi+le which 'l'he Grahmen had 'finally faken. Nor+heas'r, as well as Grafz, had los+ many veierans fhrough graduafion. Bu+ an en'I'irely new rival presen+ed ifself when Bob Coaies placed a remarkably well-balanced Sou+h Philadelphia +eam info gymnasfic compefifion. The Archives, in Their 'iirsi' meef, fraveled +o 'lhe Unifed S'la+es Naval Academy ai' Annapolis, and +rimmed +he Navy Plebes by a score of 4OV2 'To l3V2. Cap+ain Emanuel Glickman, Sammy Hyman, Bernie Gerson, Elwood Tally, Willie Pellicone, and Harold Jones were +he oufsfanding performers. The Norfheasfers 'Faced +heir 'lirsi' real 'I'es+ in +he mee? wi+h Soufhern. Al+hough our +eam 'I'ook 'Four firsi' places, +he Downiowners displayed almos+ perieci' balance io defeai' 'I'he Archives. The remaining mee+s found Noriheasi' vic+orious over Ger- man+own, Olney, Grah, Overbrook, and Wes+ Philadelphia by comior+able margins. On March 24, I933, +he ln+erscholas'I'ic High School Championships were held ai' Hu+chinson Hall, Universify of Pennsylvania. Coach Harry Nelson sen+ in a very much improved squad, bu+ again Soufhern showed 'Their superiori+y by nosing oul' +he Archive gymnas+s by a close score. Capiain Glickman was crowned 'The indi- NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL I29 vidual inferscholasfic champion, defeafing Harry Chapman, of Olney. 6 former NOVHW' easfer, by six poinfs. Glickman fook firsf place on fhe horizonfal bar and rings, be- sides doing excepfional work on fhe parallel bars and horse. Sammy Hyman pulled 6 big surprise by winning fourfh place. He gave a fine exhibifion on fhe mafs, hori- zonfal bar, and horse. Bernie Gerson, fhe feam's sfrong man, sfarred on fhe rings and parallel bars, while Harold Jones, Willie Pellicone, Elwood Talley, Casmir Dum- browski, Walfer Ganf, Roy Rigling, and George Sfainer also displayed fine form. Ernie "Spider" Zehr, diminufive Sophomore, scored a hi+ wifh fhe crowd wifh some excellenf fumbling. Coach Nelson and fhe veferans are now working wifh fhe younger fellows in an endeavor fo bring back fhe championship fo Norfheasf. The graduafing members of fhe gym feam wish fhem fhe very besf of luck in fheir efforfs, and leave fhe hope fhaf once more fhe gymnasfic championship will resf where if so righffully belongs, wifhin fhe halls of Norfheasf High School. Affer fhe previous year's fhrilling season, in which fhe Grafz menace ll 9 3 2 was finally overcome, Norfheasf launched upon fhe I932 compefifion, handicapped by losses fhrough graduafion. Headed by Capfain Mario Cirelli, fhe Archives succeeded in winning over Wesf Philly, Soufhern, Germanfown, Overbrook, Cenfral, and Olney. On February I3, fhe Gymsfers were defeafed by fhe Navy Plebes af Annapolis. Emanuel Glickman sfarred on fhe horizonfal bar, parallel bar, and mafs, while Sammy Hyman did a fine piece of work on fhe mafs fo place firsf. A few days lafer, Norfheasf suffered ifs second defeaf in as many years, af fhe hands of Capfain AI Barron and his well-balanced Grafz feam. Again, fhe lnfer- scholasfic meef was fhe only hope of Norfheasf fo refain fhe fifle. On March I8, fhe Championships were held af Hufchinson Hall, af fhe Universify of Pennsylvania. Despife fhe excellenf work of fhe Archives, Grafz was invincible. Norfheasf was defeafed by a comforfable margin. Alfhough Barron won fhe indi- vidual championship, Glickman sfarred in fhe same sfyle which has made him famous as a gymnasf af Norfheasf. He performed excellenfly on every apparafus excepf fhe long horse, where an unforfunafe accidenf ruined his chance for firsf place. He placed fiffh, however, and led fhe Norfheasf scorers. Ofher Norfheasf shining lighfs were Mario Cirelli, Harold Jones, Sam Hyman, Joe Taugner, Herb Schmidf, Bernie Gerson, and Willie Fiedler. This defeaf was doubly disappoinfing as if marked fhe fi 'l' f' ' rs :me in seven years fhaf fhe gymnasfic fifle had deparfed from fhe Norfheasf porfals. '30 CLASS RECORD. JUNE I933 As The merchanT in "Aladdin's Lamp" cried, "New lamps Tor old," so il 9 3 .I The gym Team replaced yearly iTs old "lighTs" wiTh new and shining ones. ln l93l, Mr. Harry Nelson Tound some able novices in Glickman, Hyman, Talley, Fiedler, and Gerson. WiTh This combinaTion, TogeTher wiTh The seasoned veTerans, NorTheasT had an easy season. Only The surprising deTeaT aT The hands oT The Simon GraTz Bulldogs marred The oTherwise perTecT record oT The Archive Tumblers. This deTeaT was due To The well-balanced Team ThaT Coach SwieTzer produced. Al Barron, Johnny Weiss, and Al WeinTraub were The Bulldog sTars responsible Tor The NorTheasT deTeaT. However, This was noT enough To daunT The spiriT of The Archives, and in The lnTerscholasTics The Red and Black proved iTs worTh by deTeaTing The Cherry and WhiTe by a large margin. To decide The championship, a play-OTF was necessary and The Two Teams decided To meeT in The neuTral GermanTown High School Gym. The ouTcome was obvious, as The sTrong deTerminaTion oT The Archives ouTdid ThaT of Grah. WiTh "SniTz" Schneider, capTain oT The Team, leading The way, The NorTheasT squad snowed under The GraTz aggregaTion wiTh a barrage of TirsTs and seconds. "Manny" Glickman, who came in a close second To Schneider, and Hyman, Boardman, Talley, Gerson, Fiedler, SchmidT, and Phleger also placed To help pile up The large score by which vicTory was assured. A sTrong squad oT formidable gymnasTs, capTained by Phil Schneider, il 9 3 O wenT Through an undeTeaTed season and climaxed The TeaT by winning TirsT place in The P. P. H. S. Championships. NorTheasT opened wiTh WesT Philly and The Speedboys were on The shorT end oT an 804-794 score. CenTral was noT so diTFiculT, and The resulT was a 79I-648 conquesT. The Red and Black Tumblers kepT up The pace by deTeaTing SouThern, GraTz, Frank- Tord, and Overbrook. GermanTown TorTeiTed To The Nor+heas+ lads in The Tinal meeT. The DownTowners were vanquished 8I5-769, while Grah Tared no beTTer, susTaining an 822-78I deTeaT. FrankTord puT up liTTle compeTiTion and was deTeaTed 847-7l7. As a warm-up Tor The championships, The Archives conquered Overbrook by a 762- 668 score. There was no sTopping This high-powered aggregaTion and They swepT Through The Tinals Tor a clean-cuT vicTory, bringing The TiTle To NorTheasT Tor anoTher year. Philip Schneider, William Lawrence, Parker Saylor, Paul Klinger and Norm Board- man were The Tellows responsible Tor The newly-won crown. NORTHEAST HIC-SH SCHOOL l3l SWIMMING 'I 9 3 2 3 3 This season consisied of a mix-up of a good 'leam wi'I'h a - hard luck habil. Nor+heas+ me+ i'rs l7irs+ iinx in Germanfown. Koenig, affer coming in far ahead of his field in backslroke, in fhe slowesf lime he had made all season, was disqualified because of a +urn. Overbrook, +he iinx +eam of lhe previous season, again proved 'l'o be a sfumbling block, al+hough 1'he 'reams were aboul' equal in sirengfh. Charley Greih, afrer swimming righ+ away from fhe Field in +he Two-fwenry, was unable 'lo keep up fhe pace he had ser and was forced 'ro 'rake a fhird. Olney proved a liHle 'rougher 'Phan had been expecred, bu+ Reggie Kaifhern and his gang were conquered evenlually. The Wesl' Philly meel, won by Norfheasl, found Koenig sfarring, raking firsi places in The 'forly and hundred free-slyle. Gre'l'h fell shorf of ihe Public High backs+roke record ai which he was shoo+ing, bui' rurned in good fime. Cenrral had +he srrongesl' 'ream in ifs hisrory and easily +ook Hs meel wi+h Norfheasr. Grerh fied Hack in 'rhe forry-yard free-siyle and Koenig bear ou? l32 CLASS RECORD, JUNE I933 Krupsky in backsfroke. Johnny Macionis, Cen'l'ral's 'l'wo-+weniy s+ar, finished 'Far ahead of his field. Grah was bearen easily, wifh Simon Lubin, i+s one shining s+ar, laking firsf in ihe 'For'l'y- and hundred-yard free-sfyle evenls. Nor+heas+ would have finished higher in percenrages 'lhan ii' did, had noi' Frankford and Sou+h Philly dropped +he sport In +he individual championships, Greih bea+ Koenig by rhree-Fif+hs o'F a second, alfhough fhey swam in differemi heals. Charley also look second in +he breas'l'-s+roke. Sammy Hyman, of gym fame, 'l'ook second in diving fo show fha? he really could come 'l'hrough. Members of 'l'he class of June, '33, who were on +he ieam were: Hyman, who was a diver: Holmes, who swam on ihe relay: Cummings, who swam backsirokeg and Mann and Heaion, managers. 'I 9 3 'I - 3 2 In his second season as coach of 'lhe feam, Mr. Nelson 'Found a brighfer ourlook. Cap+ain Bill Fri'I'z refurned beH'er 'l'han ever, while Charlie Greih was desiined 'ro make a name for himself as a backs+roker. The resf of 'l'he squad showed promise. The loss of Jack Jenkins was a severe blow, bu'I' Lew Charlion proved +o be a capable replacement John Koenig, also in +he back- sfroke even+, soon developed info a formidable swimmer. Wifh 'l'his maferial, hopes for 'I'he championship were brigh'I'. However, rhe Archives received a rude jol+ when Overbrook downed +hem in +he inifial mee'l' of 'l'he season. Affer fhaf mishap +he feam sailed along smooihly, faking over +he league compeiiiors wifhouf much ado. The championship hopes were ruined when Cen+ral go'l The "breaks" and eked oui' a 30-29 friumph over The Nelson men. The Archives annexed anofher quar+e'I' o'F viciories, ending up in 'Third place in 'rhe Public High League wi+h six wins and fwo de'Fea+s. ln 'ihe individual championships Noriheasf shared second place honors wi'I'h Wesi' Philadelphia. Friiz fied for high scoring honors wi+h Bob Hach of Cenfral, each gar- nering eigh'I' poin+s. Charlie Grefh scored five poin+s, Boardman fhree, and Koenig fwo. The relay +eam also broke in+o fhe scoring column wi+h 'lwo markers. The second ieam also 'fared well in +he lower circui+, finishing in second place. A de'Fea'l' handed +o +hem by Overbrook kep'I' +hem 'From +he +i+le. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL I33 'l O - ln I930 Harry Nelson succeeded Coach Harry Schneider as menTor oT The swimming Team. Coach Nelson immediaTely began To mold his Team ouT of whaT liTTle maTerial he had. Jack Jenkins, The Tore- mosT scholasTic diver, was The mainsTay. Bill FriTz, ersTwhile speedsTer, was The only oTher consisTenT scorer. Norm Boardman, anoTher diver, was good and could be relied upon To score in The meeTs. The resT of The Troupe consisTed of all green, inex- perienced maTerial. WiTh This young Team The new coach had liTTle or no chance Tor The TiTle. Jack Jenkins, however, came Through To win TirsT place in every meeT. Boardman received quiTe a Tew seconds in The diving, which helped considerably, while Bill FriTz performed crediTably in The TorTy and hundred yard dash evenTs. ATTer losing Two sTraighT meeTs To WesT Philly and CenTral, The Red and Black mer- men noTched Their iniTial vicTory when They won over SouThern, 43-I3. The second win was scored aT The expense of GraTz, buT GermanTown ended The winning sTreak. Frankford and Overbrook Tell prey To The Archive splashers by The scores of 47-I2 and 32-27 respecTively. This ended league compeTiTion. ln The individual championships CapTain Jenkins won The diving, GreTh goT a TourTh in The backsTroke, and FriTz earned a couple of poinTs in The Tree-sTyle dashes. The Team wound up in The TiTTh place in The league sTandings. 'I 9- Early swimming hisTory of The class of June, '33, was made when Coach Schneider, wiTh mosTly green maTerial To work wiTh, sTarTed To build up a nearly brand-new Team. He had back wiTh him The greaT "Bud" Henle of sprinT fame. RichTer was anoTher TasT holdover from The previous season. Jonas was developed inTo a preTTy 'fair Two-TwenTy man, while Jack Jenkins began his famous diving career ThaT season. Wesl' Philly gave NorTheasT a 4I-25 Trouncing in which There was buT one redeeming TeaTure. Bud Henle unofficially broke The Public High League record Tor The TorTy yard free-sTyle, wifh The Time gf l9.3 seconds. WesT Philly Then marched on To The championship, The sTarT of a Two- year winning sTreak which was To be sTopped laTer by NorTheasT's arch-rival, CenTraI, l34 CLASS RECORD. JUNE I933 f . . ,, . . , , . , , y vPWM-,HMFT M -.f-Q. ff. ,. Q ,. ,V , AM' WM H MH W ,Y W , U... X . 4 gf ,. T . if ,.., ,A, mga-, , X . CROSS COUNTRY -I 9 3 2 Talcing 'l'he praciice 'l'il1's as Granl' 'look Richmond, 1'he Archive Cross- Counfry Boulevardiers came 'io grips wil'h 'Their arch-rival, Cen+ral High, for 'rhe firsi meer of 'rhe new season. Bur +he resul+ was disasirous +o us, as defeai' came and 'There was bul' one consola+ion in +he mee+. Hen Kallca showed grea+ promise of giving The bes+ of +he league a 'l'ussle for 'Firsl' place honors by giving Johnny Searles, Cenlral siar, a hard fighl' before he los'I' +0 him. Headed by l'he scinfillafing capfain, Al Klein, l'he +raclcs+ers quickly forgol' 'l'he evenl' and con'l'inued on +o Their nex+ meei wi+h Gra+z and Olney. A+ +he Fern Hill Course, a new and up-and-coming s'l'ar reached 'The eyes of 'I'he public. Al Klein pushed his way in+o +he limeligh+ by winning +he Grafz meei, when he barely bear Sassin of Olney and Saraiian of Nor'l'heas'l', Olhers showing a refurn NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL 135 +o previous form by placing among 'l'he leaders were R. Neill, Fogel, Goldschmidl, Skibbe, and Mullins. Con+inuing in fhe season, Overbrook and Wesf Philadelphia were mel, and Nor+heas'r again emerged vicforious, Kalka and Klein siarred for 'l'he Archives. The champions were again encounlered, buf alas! graduafion had laken i+s loll and +he Lehigh Avenue speedsfers bowed 'For +he second lime fo 1'he Mirrors. Helping The cause of Nor'I'heas+ were AI Klein, Hen Kalka, Mari Saraiian, Dick Neill, Jack Mullins, "Cro" Schaeffer, Arr Skibbe, and Jack Fogel. The second varsily also bowed +o fhe Cen'rral scrubs, who duplicaied +he varsi+y's performance by winning 1'he reserve crown. The second ieam consisied of Goldschmidl, MacNick'I', Garbowski, Hirschman, Alexy, Dolan, and Corbin. The Archives were ouiclassed in +he Cenfral lnvifafion Meef, and so a mediocre season passed in'I'o fhe records of fhe pas'l'. Jack Mullin was selecied +o caplain +he +roHers The nexl' year and Jack Dolan elec'l'ed man- ager. And fhus, pa+ien+ reader, new pages have been added +0 +he afhlelic annals of our beloved insfi+u1'ion. -I 9 3 -I Compefifion was exceedingly keen 'rhis year and so an unusually inferior Archive gang was forced +o bend i'l's knee +0 fhe Cenfral cinderpaihers in a drab as well as lisfless season. Coach Owen, who assumed 1'he men+or's reins, 'lhe fiffh coach lo do so in six years, could fare no be'Her 'l'han fo finish second fo a Mirror machine in bofh +he Finals and fhe Cen'rral lnvi'l'a'l'ion Meef. Johnny Neill, 'lrhal grea+ runner of a year bygone, was fhe recipienl' of a series of "'l'ough breaks," lhereby noi' even approaching his I930 form. Mario Cirelli, AI Klein, Hen Kalka, Mari Saraiian, Dick Neill, Jack Fogel, Ari Skibbe, and Reds C-ioldschmidl were fhe men responsible for Red and Black's being runner-up. As fare+h 1'he varsi'l'y, so 'farefh ihe reserves. The unders+udies also 'Finished in second posirion in 1-heir gwn IH-He circuif. The Hand of Desfiny poin+ed lo Al Klein as lhe leader of fhe local +roHers for 'l'he coming season. I36 CLASS RECORD. JUNE I933 'I O Do fhese championships ever sfop ai' any o+her place bui' Nor+heas+? Number Four, and siill going s'I'rongl Which, dear readers, is ano+her way of saying 'I'ha+ +he cross counfry +i'I'le was garnered by 'rhe lads of Lehigh Avenue for 'I'he fourfh year in succession. Ouf of ihe clouds appeared an unheralded runner +o complefely overshadow +he res+ of +he league wi+h his sensaiional and me+eoric accomplishmenfs. Reference is being made 'io Johnny Neill, Nor+heas+'s brillianl' Junior hill-and-daler. Cirelli, Bair, Coleman, Hawkins, Huligo, R. Neill, and l. Fogel offered splendid suppori' fo Neill, and as a resuli, +he frophy case had a new member. The reserve aggregafion could do no be+'I'er fhan second in 'l'heir league. J. Neill was elecfed capiain of i'he nexi' year's +roH'ers. 'I 9 2 9 Despi'l'e +he faci +ha+ he was +he four+h cross coun+ry coach a+ Nor+h- easi' in as many years, Menfor Benny Ogden played his cards properly and ergo was responsible for fhe ihird consecufive hill-and-dale flag for The Archives. A pair of refurning leHer men, along wi'I'h a second feam man, provided ihe nucleus 'For anofher crown. Had noi' Legs Federolif injured his leg, fhe margin of +he Red and Black conquesi' would have been decidedly grea'I'er. A+ if was, however, Sian lSmi+h Bros., Wudylca, McQuaide, Cirelli, Choynslxi and Siarovalc comprised i'he vic+orious quin'I'e'I' of runners. Cenfral High School, Philadelphia's greaiesi' high school-accord- ing +o C. H. S. s+uden'l's-con'I'ribu+ed a loving cup 'ro The winner of ihe Ceniral lnvi- 'l'a+ion Mee'I'. Need we men+ion who +he winner was? A iighiing Red and Black reserve aggregafion led by Eckhari' also fool: +he blue ribbon in 'l'heir circui'I'. A wealc yearling 'ieam surprised and finished runner-up +o +he Cen'I'ral yearlings in +he finals. The feam was led by R. Neill and I. Fogel, co-capiains. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL 137 TENNIS The Tennis Teams Turned ouT by NorTheasT in The pasT have never been ll 9 3 3 anyThing To rave abouT. Coach Garrod's squads would Take Their beaT- ings regularly, buT They were always in The Tray, puTTing up a crediTable baTTle. This year, alThough The Team did noT win The championship, They finished well up in The sTandings of The lnTer-ScholasTic Lawn Tennis League, winning Tour league con- TesTs and losing Three. ln ouTside compeTiTion They spliT even in Two maTches, winning from The Camden High, buT dropping a close decision To The Frankford neTmen. A long rainy spell in The early spring kepT The Tennis players indoors and also caused The posTponemenT of a 'few pracTice maTches. This lack of pracTice, no doubT, hurT The Team, as is readily veriTied by The TacT ThaT The Archives dropped Their TirsT Three conTesTs by wide margins. The Red and Black neTmen inauguraTed The season againsT WesT CaTholic, buT The WesTerners easily deTeaTed The local lads 4-I. PracTice Then sTarTed in 'Full swing, buT The long layoff had Taken iTs Toll. Coach Garrod's minions, sTill sorely in need of pracTice and brushing up on The fine poinTs, meT The formidable CenTral Team. As was expecTed, The Mirrors blanked NorTheasT 5-0. AnoTher 5-0 whiTewashing was adminisTered To The Archives. This l33 CLASS RECORD. JUNE T933 'rime if was Penn Charfer, defending champions of fhe league, who performed fhe sfunf. The Norfheasfers, however, kepf plugging away and in fhe nexf mafch fook Over- brook over fhe hurdles 5-O, fhe firsf win. Klimas and Lefkowifz leading fhe assaulf, fhe Norfheasf feam blanked fheir second feam, Germanfown. The fhird vicfory followed righf affer when Olney bowed, 3-2. The fourfh successive win was a giff. Soufhern could nof musfer a feam so Norfheasf regisfered a 5-O defaulf vicfory. This sfreak was finally halfed by Wesf Philly, fhe Speedboys handing fhe Archives a 4-I sefback. The posfponed Frankford mafch was played off af fhis dafe and fhe Pioneers eked ouf a 3-2 vicfory. This, however, was a non-league affair. The final confesf of fhe season was fhe annual mafch wifh Camden High School. The Jersey lads came over fo Norfheasf field and were freafed very rudely, being freafed fo a 4-I reverse. Enoch Klimas, Bernard Lefkowifz, and Wildemore Jansen were fhe singles players and won fheir leffers. Marshall Sfrang and Charles Grefh played fhe doubles in fhe early parf of fhe season, buf Marfin Friedman lafer replaced Sfrang. The fifle fhis year was won by Penn Charfer for fhe fhird sfraighf year. Jansen, who capfained fhis year's squad, will refurn nexf year and will probably lead fhe feam fhen. Mr. Garrod is fo be congrafulafed on fhe fine work he has done in his capacify as fennis coach. This season proved fo be as bad as fhe previous one. Only fhree vic- .I 9 3 2 fories were recorded, buf fhe losses numbered eighf. To gef fhe sad parf over wifh, we will sfarf wifh fhe defeafs. The firsf fhree mafches were in favor of fhe opposifion. Grafz won a close 3-2 decision, buf Wesf Philly and Frankford bofh decisively whipped fhe Archives 5-O. Penn Charfer also crashed fhrough for a shuf-ouf vicfory, buf Olney and Cenfral fell one poinf shorf of a whife- wash, winning 4-I. The Archives susfained fheir fourfh and final blanking af 'rhe hands of Overbrook. Germanfown Academy was fhe ofher rival fo emerge friumphanf over Coach Garrod's profeges. The Academy eked ouf a 3-2 win. Now for fhe brighfer side of affairs. The firsf vicfory was scored over Soufhern. The Norfheasf lads pounced on fhe weak Soufhern feam and handed fhem a neaf 5-0 shellacking. Wesf Cafholic puf up a hard Eghf buf fell before fhe ferrific volleys of fhe Norfheasf nefmen, dropping a 3-2 decision. The fhird friumph came in fhe lasf mafch of fhe year and fhaf againsf Camden. The Jersey boys iourneyed all fhe way up fo Norfheasf field, buf all fhey gof for fheir pains was a rude 4-I iolf. The leffermen who carried on for Norfheasf were Clark Johnson, Sidney Brody, Enoch Klimas, Bernard Lefkowifz, Charles Grefh, and Francis Cox. NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL I39 This year's ne+ 'ream s+ar+ed ou+ wi+h high hopes bu+ +hey were swamped ll -I by 'Phe opposiiion almosi' every lime ou'l. ln fifieen maiches in which +hey compeied, only four 'rimes were ihey on +he long end of 'rhe score. The firsi' 'rhree maiches found Nor+heas'r 'rwice vic+orious. The Archives bowed +o S+. Joseph bu'l' ihen +urned on Lansdowne and Nor'lheas'l' Caiholic, winning 4-l and 5-0 respeciively. Al' l'his poini, Noriheasl walked in'lo siiff compeiilion and dropped a quariel' of successive maiches io Wesi Philly, Frankford, Souihern, and Germanfown. The losing sireak was iemporarily halied when a 3-2 vic'l'ory was regisiered over Roxborough. The Hillioppers blanked ihe Red and Black coniingenlg l'he Archives lhen chalked up iheir fourih and 'Final viclory againsi' Camden by a 3-2 score. Germaniown Academy, Simon Graiz, Cenlral, Penn Charier, and Haverford broughl' +he season +o a dismal close by iriumphing over Coach Garrod's minions in an easy manner. The loyal Norlheasiers who foughi' a game bu'I' losing baH'le were Caplain Harry Greenberg, Edward Vogelsang, Harry Rubin, Charles Hoffman, Leslie Huni, Harmon Webb, Alberi' Schmidi, Naihan Curson, and Sidney Brody. The 'lennis leam, fuiored by Mr. Garrod, experienced a fair season, I winning five malches, losing six, and 'lying one. The neimen opened wilh a 4-I vic+ory over Roxborough, bu'l' were whilewashed 5-0 by Ceniral in 'lhe fol- lowing engagemenl. The "racke+eers" goi back inl'o a winning siride a'l +he expense of ihe Philadelphia Normal School, winning very handily, 4-I. Then 'l'he 'ream wen'l in+o a slump l'o lose Three maiches and +ie one. Germaniown nosed oul ihe Archives, 3-2, Penn Charier was vic'l'orious, 4-l, and S+. Joseph banged oui a 5-I lriumph. The oiher game was wiih Bryn Aihyn and ended in a 3-3 +ie. Noriheasl' won i+s ihird maich over Frankford, 3-2, bui' l'hen dropped a decision io Overbrook by 'lhe same score. The Red and Black Tennis aspiranis challced up lheir fourih and liifih conquesls againsi Norlheasi Caiholic and Lansdowne. Boih were 5-O shui'-oul' viciories. The final defeai was anoiher whi'l'ewash susiained a+ l'he hands of Simon Gralz. The ouisianding performers were Capiain William Gregory, Graham Cope, Leon Talasnik, Edward Vogelsang, Sidney Brody, Nelson Brodnick, Alvin Michaels, Charles Hoffman, Allen Powell, and Harmon Webb. I40 CLASS RECORD. JUNE I933 if rooTsAu. TRACK BASKETBALL ET Frank Graczyk Charles Hudec Martin Quick William Graf William Fiedler Burt Fagan Vincent Goodridge Orrel Schailey Louis Talasnik William Fiedler Herbert Hayman William McBride Arthur Skibbe Richard Etter Arthur Skibbe John Topham Harry Foulkrod Louis EtTinger Ralph Dennis TER SOCCER BASEBALL GYM CROSS COUNTRY TENNIS SWIMMING MEN Thomas Burns Louis Effinger Ellwood Hannings John Topham Howard Wallner Ralph Dennis John Topham Louis Effinger William Graf Emanuel Glickman Bernard Gerson Samuel Hyman Arthur Skibbe Richard Neill Bernard Lefkowitz Enoch Klimas Samuel Hyman NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL l4l if CH I. 0 C O M O T I V E Three! Cheers! Suc-cess! N! E! H! S! Three! Cheers! Suc-cess! N! E! H! S! Three! Cheers! Suc-cess! N! E H! S! 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