Northeast High School - Record Yearbook (Philadelphia, PA)
- Class of 1954
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Text from Pages 1 - 116 of the 1954 volume:
IIUIIIHEIISI HIGH SIJHIIIII
PHILADELPHIA 0 PENNSYLVANIA
On the wotl ot our sohoot hbrory longs
Northeosters wtth whtch most ot us ore qutt tf mn or
Th1S hst IS more tmportont thon the re tplents ot S note
Awords or Vorstty letters or some snrnlor honor tt ts o
hst thot hos grown roptdly tn the lost do7en yer rs tor
It csonslsts ot the nomes ot those toyol Arghtves who
To those Northeosters the heroto sons wt o t uve potct
the supreme soCr1t1Ce so thot the Amert wr y o t te
rntqht not perxsh we proudly dedtof te these p 1o s xx 1tr
the proyer thot not o sthqte norne mov b rite-ot to
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hove given their tives while serving in our !',1FYT1Qd torces.
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TO THE CLASS OF 1954-
lt now appears that our country may be tree
from military action for a time, so that the develop-
ment ot atomic energy tor peaceful use may be
You, as citizens, will have a part in this matter.
May your energies be devoted to improving our
standards of living, and proving to the world that
tree men, acting in a democracy, can do more tor
themselves than forced labor in a police state.
Your welfare is the welfare of all ot usp so never
stop trying to improve it!
GEORGE H. EISENHARDT
TO THE BOYS OF THE CLASS OF JANUARY 1954:
"When I was a child, I spoke as a child, l
understood as a child, I thought as a child, but
when l became a man, l put away childish things."
I Corinthians, 13th Chapter, llth Verse.
This Scripture has been read to you many times
while you have been at Northeast, and, un-
doubtedly, is well known to all of you.
It has been our hope that during the last three
years, you have grown mentally and spiritually
from boyhood into young manhood, and that the
concepts ot good habits and good living have
been stressed, so that now they have become a
part ot your lives.
We know that you will leave Northeast with
regrets, but, also, that you will meet your re-
sponsibilities as citizens ot this great community.
You are now a part of that great host of men
who are "Loyal Sons of Northeast." May God
bless you, and may you make your life worth
WALTER E. HOWARTH
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FINE AND MECHANICS
Thtrd Row Messr Adelber
l-lexnernann Charles Malloy
lame Danworth Herbert Wyll
ner luolson Folker Clarence
Second Row Me sr Albert
Flsher Lotn Herwlg Vlncen
Cheverelll loseph Rowan Wtl
lam Thomas Wynn Qtnqley
F1rstRow Messrs lohn Horvath
Stephen Hale Danlel lavohy
Randolph Ahhott Wllllfilll Wll
son Charles Bnrlcley Wllllflll
Second Row Me srs Martn
Stevens Harold Neerenb rq
Anthony Marzlant Phlllp Sny
F1rstRow Mes r Gersor Emile
haut Charle Freedn an Tona
l-lah Le1qh onSnn1th Lawre
Baococlc Mfer Rose-r hxl N he
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Row Me r Ef11WxH1c1m
LecrmrH S lverr C11 Lelqh
Ivn K Srmth Robert Bradbury
H4 vy Jrd He-nzel Rolcric.
Dvfxr Mr Q F hah e Char e
r P hc d Ama 'Jrr
Herbert Grossman Mary Levy
and Morfm Goldberg
Mr. Anthony Di Julio
We of the senlor class w1sh to
extend our thanks to Mr Bradbury and
Mr Herwtq for then' generous efforts
as roster cha1rrnen Thetr Job that of
assurlnq all the sen1ors that they had
sufftclent cred1ts to graduate or to enter
s1derab1e effort and t1me We are
deeply grateful to them for thexr
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college, was one which required con-
MR LUTHER RANCK
We the edrtors ond Stott members ot the Record Book would l1ke to
express our opprec1c1t1or1 to Mr Luther Ronck ond Mr Soul Kotz ot the Enqhsh
Department W1th urttrrmq ettort they hove osststed us Wrthout then' old
cmd contmbutton the DSFf9Ct1OI'1 Wh1Ch we hove tr1ed to dttom m our Record
Book could not hove been pOSS1blG
MR SAUT KATZ
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MR ANTHONY FODERERO MR IOHN R COE
Anthony Studios Williams and Marcus Company
We the members of the graduating class would like to use this space
to acknowledge the help that the following men have qiven us in compiling
this yearbook Their aid and insplrahon have been invaluable
MR. MICHAEL PACKI MR. HAWLEY TWISS
Philadelphia-Weeks Engraving Company Naiional Publishing Company
ENGRAVING COVER AND BINDING
329 East Cnrard Avenue
Oh what a gooey mess
P1ckle was a Northeast rooter at
all sports events HIS hard work
and determ1nat1on should a1d h1m
IH h1s future occupat1on He enloys
draw1ng and aorobat1cs We re
sure he ll be a success 1n h1s chosen
2866 North Taney Street
Oh boy look at that
Hank d1d not part1f'1pate 1n any
school OCl1V1l1eS but was an ardent
Northeast supporter Outs1de of
school he IS 1nterested IH rac ng
CHARLES S AUSTIN
914 North N1neteenth Street
Th1S IS me the great Mr C
Charles was on the Track Team
dur1ng h1S stay at Northeast H
was a loyal Northeast boo ter and
llkeS basketball football ana sw1m
mxng H1s classmates w1sh h1m the
best of luck 1n h1S future under
3423 North Lee Street
G1ve It a shot of Bardahl
B111 served on the NE Electr1c
Crew for l1Ve terms and was an
announcer at the football games
HIS 1nterests outs1de of school are
hot rods f1sh1ng hunt1ng and foot
ball We hope he IS successful IH
hlS chosen f1eld of SHQIHSGFIHQ
Tuentx Tu 0
2306 North Th1rteenth Street
I don t want to sound
square but you know
Speedy IS one of those fellows
who has great fun playtng any
sport although sw1mm1ng and
football are hlS favor1tes He w1ll
never be forgotten by the fr1ends he
made at Northeast and we all w1sh
2921 North Twenty th1rd Street
It was a long wa1t
but lt f1nally came
Although a qu1et boy Dan was a
very loyal Northeaster HIS fr1endly
att1tude made h1m popular w1th h1s
classmates Outs1de of school he
plays baseball footba1l and re
EDWARD FRANK BAILEY
640 West Ind1ana Avenue
Beetle Auto Mechamc
Do unto others as you
would have them do unto you
Ed d1d not have t1me to part1c1pate
1n any school act1v1t1es but was
often on the Honor Roll H1s ma1n
1nterests are church sports and
cars We w1sh h1m lots of luck 1n
the years to come
2400 West Gordon Street
What I care you know
Benny was qu1te act1ve IH
athlehcs He was on the Cross
Country Team for three terms He
also ran on the Track Team Out
slde of school Benny l1kes to play
football and dance
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3154 Salmon Street
You never had rt so good
Wh1le at Northeast B111 served as
an art1st on the Megaphone Staff
and art ed1tor of the Arc hue
After school he plays 1n the Pol1sh
Amer1can Str1ng Band After
leav1ng h1gh school B111 mtends to
be a mus1c1an W1th h1s w1ll1ng
ness to work 1t IS almost certam he
w1ll ach1eve success
2141 North Stanley Street
M1 t Accountant
One of these days pow
r1ght on the k1sser
1vf1lt a member of the Honor
Sect1on was unable to take part 1n
any extra curr1cular GCIIVIIISS but
was a loyal supporter of our teams
Outslde of school M1lt IS on av1d
ROBERT F BLOCK
2506 North Th1rty fourth Street
Trebor Kcolb Med1c1ne
Its t1me for a reform
Bob was a member of the German
Club Honor Sect1on and the
UNNE HIS outs1de mterests center
largely on chem1strv and a l1ttle
astronomy We know he w1ll be
successful 1n hlS chosen f1eld
DANIEL C BONGIOVANNI
2010 Rowan Street
Wh1le at Northeast Dan was very
act1ve He was 1n the Honor
SGCIIOH mer1tor1ous three l1meS
and Megaphone Representatxve
Alternate and Senator each IWICG
He was also a member of the Foot
ball and Track Teams for wh1ch he
rece1ved an award We re sure
he ll have a successful career
Tu enlx Thn
1235 We t Westmoreland Street
Bo Car Des1gner
Stop Hank Gnrls'
Bobs hobl:1es are tak1ng and
developmg p1ctures He also en
1oys play1ng basketball We W1Sh
Bob the best of luck as an auto
LAWRENCE C BERMAN
2726 North FOIIY s1xth Street
What s cook1n good look1n 'P
Larry was on our Fencmg Team
wh1le at Northeast and fought h1s
way to v1ctory many t1mes He
mterested ID football baseball
box1ng and art H1s ob1ect1ve ID
l1fe IS to become an art1st Wlth h1s
ab1l1ty to draw and pamt he should
be a blg success
CHARLES J BOGDANOFF
2026 Allegheny Avenue
Kefauver and Lausche IU 56
Bog was gu1te act1ve around
school He was a member of the
Sw1mm1ng Team WIHHXHQ an NE
He was on the Megaphone Staff
sports ed1tor of the Art hut pres1
dent of the U NN E and also
rece1ved a Senate Award HIS
outs1de GCl1V1l19S 1nclude member
sh1p 1n an S A R Fratermty but h1s
greatest 1nterest IS 1n pOlll1CS
ROBERT WALTER BRODE
2228 Trenton Avenue
Bob was a loyal supporter of
Northeast s athlet1c teams He IS
1nterested zn basketball box1ng
bowhng danc1ng and s1ng1nq He
has two ob1ect1ves ID l1fe to become
a mOC1l1U1S1GHd a drummer Wlth
h1s ab111ty and p rsonal1ty he IS
sure to succeed
2455 West Oakdale Street
Cherchez la femme
Brod was really one of those all
around boys H1s ab1l1ty on the
football fteld brought htm an N and
an NE 1n addttton to much popular
1ty Scholastlcally he was a mem
ber of the NE and Nat1onal Honor
Soctettes and tn the Honor Sect1on
all slx terms ln h1s spare t1me he
played tn the Northeast Band We
are sure hell be a success rn any
fteld he enters
JAMES R BURKE
2841 North Fourth Street
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Get Wllh tt
hm dld not have much ttme for
after school act1v1t1es but he sup
ported our teams hke a true
Northeaster Hls mterests l1e 1
flshmq football hot rods and
repaxrtnq cars We know he w1ll
be a success as an automoblle
l622 North Twenty stxth Street
Byrd Auto Mechamc
Byrd was a hkeable ambtttous
fellow He was on the Fencxng
Team and spent three terms m the
work expertence course Byrds
chlef outstde act1v1ty IS maklnq
hot rods He also llkes danclng
skating and swlmmlng
JAMES H CARBERRY
444 East lndlana Avenue
Boy IS lean terrlftc
lxm was qulte actxve ID school
llfe servmg as an Alternate and a
member ot the Glee Club I-le w1ll
be remembered also for h1s work on
the Arc hue Staff H1s lnterests
lnclude danctng swlmmmg and
skattng llm s classmotes wtsh h1m
the best of luck
2837 West Montgomery Avenue
Bones M1n1ster or Salesman
l have not QIVSH my word so
long as you have not taken 1t
Bones was a member of the IV
Baseball Cadet Basketball and
Football Teams He also served on
the L1brary Squad He achteved
conslderable success ln h1s hlqh
school athlet1c and scholast1c act1
v1t1es We all hope he w1ll attaln
the same success IH l1te
ALEXANDER K BURNS
l925 North Hope Street
Durmg h1s stay at Northeast
Burr was a member of the Honor
Sectron He also was act1ve 1n the
B1ble Club and was on the Mega
phone Staff As a senror he was
Archu e Features Edltor Some of
h1s outs1de mterests were teachrng
a Sunday School class playlng
east s teams
2940 West Norrts Street
M1ckey Success 1n Showbxz
M1ckey took an acttve part ID
many school act1v1t1es He was a
member of the Dramattc Club and
appeared ID a number of Senate
Plays and Revues We re sure
that he w1ll be a successful enter
tatner rn show buslness
3026 Frankford Avenue
K1 Cartoon st
What say boy?
Ken who was both Senator and
Alternate for two terms each was
also actlve 1n sports recetvmg h1s
numerals We re sure Ken w1ll
succeed 1n h1s chosen career of
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JOEL E CHESNEY
24l6 North Natrona Street
You should ltve but not long
loe was a Senator or Alternate
every term dur1ng h1s stay at NE
He also served on the Prom Com
m1ttee He lS mterested IH football
and other sports W1th h1s ab1l1ty
and wtlhngness to work loe ts sure
2224 West Cumberland Street
Clayt Go to Penn State
Hey g1rl that s a a all rxght
Charles was a member of North
east s Basketball and Track Teams
He was IH the Honor Sectton for
three terms and a Senator ot h1s
class Outsxde of school Clayt
emoys swxmmmg horseback r1d1ng
1ce and roller skatmg All h1s
trlends wlsh htm the best of luck
ROBERT D COULDRON
5341 Frankford Avenue
Although Cy dxd not actually
take part 1n athletlcs he was act1ve
as a manager ot our Football and
Baseball Teams and a member of
the German Club and Honor
Sectlon Hls outs1de 1nterests are
baseball and astronomy
292l North Roseh ll St eet
lerry Loyal Worker
Who s got the homework?
lerry was qu1te a sports er thustast
He would l1ke to see Northeast s
Basketball Team become the league
champs lerry s ab1ltty to fxmsh
what he starts should help htm be
come a great success
fu ent5 I ue
JERE PATRICK CLAWGES
l64 West Estaugh Street
Shade Motor Repatrman
Man oh man
Shades was one ot the most
DOPular and respected boys m the
entlre class He was a loyal North
easter and a credtt to the school
He IS a member of the Osmond
Drum and Bugle Corps outs1de of
school Good luck Shades
JOHN L COOPER
2354 Hope Street
We re go1ng to m1ss
you around here
Coop played lV Baseball and
IV Basketball He was a Senator
and a member of the Honor Sectton
and Execuhve Commtttee IS
outs1de ac+1v1t1es are centered
around zoology and astronomy
CHARLES E CRABTREE
2825 North Fourth Street
Chaz was a supporter of all the
athlet1c teams durlng h1s stay at
Northeast He dldnt have tlme to
part1c1pate tn sports but he was
always cheermg when our teams
were on the held Charles enloys
football baseball chess and swtm
mmg outstde of school
llO3 West T1oga Street
Crum Own a Busmess
That s all rlght
Durtng h1s stay at Northeast
Crum wa a member of the Senate
Execuhve Commtttee and sup
ported all our teams Outs1de of
chool he plays baseball and
basketball on nelghborhood teams
We are sure he wxll be a success tn
whatever held he enters
1927 North Darien Street
ox Be successful
Oh' My nerves
Gene served our school on the
Stage and Drama Crew while at
Northeast He IS interested
basketball and IS on a neighbor
hood team We wish him luck in
whatever held he enters
EDWARD DE WITT
2165 East Cumberland Street
How bout that?
Ed did not participate in any
extra curricular activities but was
cooperative in all school activities
Ed has a great personahty and was
quite popular with all his friends
l468 East Wilt Street
c Tool and Die Maker
What s the answer to no tive?
Vince was quite active at North
east He was a member of the
NEK Dance Committee and the
Orlginal H1Y He was on the
Honor Roll a number of times Out
side of school Vince likes sports
1908 Morse Street
You ll make it
lohn was a member of our Fenc
mg Team while in Northeast He
is interested in football basketball
and boxing. We wish him lots ot
luck in his endeavors to become a
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JOHN DE VECE
2925 North Twenty first Street
The Cat Make money and marry
Iohn was quite well known and
liked by his classmates During
his stay at Northeast he earned
Meritorious Honors several times
lohn s outside interests are boxing
fishing and hunting
i719 North Eighth Street
What did he say?
Red was an active member of the
class and he supported all the
school activities He was well liked
by everyone and his yokes and
smiles helped his fellow classmates
through many dull moments We
wish him lots of luck in his future
WILLIAM THEODORE ELIA
l702 North Third Street
Willy Car Salesman
Ah your litney s busted'
Bill was captain of the Northeast
Varsity Bowling Team for two
seasons His main interests he
keeping himself in good condition
and associating with attractive
girls With his exceptionally good
sense of humor and wit he should
do very well in his chosen field of
2515 Frankford Avenue
Are you there?
During his three years at North
east loe was a loyal Northeaster
and patronized most events. H
was an outstanding member of the
Hi-Y and enjoys dancing and listen-
ing to music.
2519 East Ann Street
Tony Hxstory Teacher
lust a tr1m or all off?
Dur1ng Tony s stay at Northeast
he was a Megaphone Salesman
and an Alternate Durlng h1s spar
txme he qwes haxr cuts and plays
baseball After leavmg h1gh school
he mtends to become a h1story
teacher Wlth h1s wlllxngness to
work he 1S sure to be a success
3213 West Berks Street
Oh you dog
Stanley was a member of the
Honor Sectlon was actlve on the
Stamp Club and Track Team We
hope he w1ll be a success as a
818 West Er1e Avenue
lm Agr1cultura1 Engineer
hm was quxte popular around
Northeast He was a member ol
the Archue Staff Honor Sectlon
ancl Presldent of the Or1g1nal H1 Y
Well always remember 11m for h1s
debates IH h1story class We know
he w1ll be a successful agrxcultural
3041 North Sydenham Street
A ex Learn How to S1ng
Aww k1ll em hm'
Alex was qulte popular 1n school
He was a member of the Track
Team and was also on the Honor
Roll Hrs outslde GCl1Vll1eS 1nclude
baseball and football
1504 North Seventh Street
Ray was known throughout the
Senror Class as one of the most
friendly and cooperatlve ln that
group Although he dldnt part1
c1pate ln extra currlcular actlvlhes
he was very actlve outslde of school
takxng part IH basketball and other
commumty act1v1t1es of mterest
Good luck 11m
HERBERT A FREED
2276 East Cambrla Street
Really? You re rlght
Herb was an all :fund guy
domg well 1n both sports and
stud1es He was m the Honor
Sect1on and played Cadet Basket
ball Hls hobb1es are muslc sports
and glrls Satch w1ll probably
make a very good accountant
3154 Amber Street
How about that?
Marvm was unable to partxclpate
ID after school OCl1Vll1eS but sup
ported our teams 11ke a true North
easter After school Marvln llkecl
to sketch dance and collect glrls
telephone numbers After leavmg
hlgh school he mtends to become a
cornmercxal artlst Lots of luck m
years to come Marv
1337 West York Street
Moose Be My Own Boss
1 don t lrke you
lack took part rn many actxvxtles
around school He was a copy
reader on our school paper and
played 1V Baseball and was on the
NEK Dance Comm1ttee He was
an Alternate 1n the A and B class
and also a member of the Semor
FRANCIS MARTIN GENDEK
427 East Richmond Street
Frank Get a College Degree
Although Frank was unable t
participate in extra curricular acti
vities he supported most of our fine
teams here at Northeast Photo
graphy model airplane engines
and cars are his main interests out
side of school
2345 North Thirteenth Street
Mr Baseball Own a Business
Harold won numerals for Cadet
Basketball and was also the
recipient of a letter for lunior
Varsity Basketball He plays
basketball on a neighborhood team
as well Harold s friends feel sure
that he will be successful in his
6503 North Gratz Street
Look at that cool cat
An ardent supporter of all North
east teams Chaz played football in
the Pop Warner conference Out
side of school he likes dancing and
basketball We all hope Charles
will be a success in the business
1717 Berks Street
Even though he hadnt the time
to participate in sports or other
extra-curricular activities here at
school Ralph could often be seen
cheering on one of our NE teams.
Basketball is his main interest out-
side of school.
3404 Tampa Street
Pete Auto Mechanic
Don t bet on it
Pete was an ardent NE rooter at
all our athletic events during his
stay here Target shooting fishing
and swimming kept Pete busy when
schoolwork didn t
2607 East Westmoreland Street
Walt Navy Captain
I can try
Walt was an Alternate and
Senator of his class He was a sup
porter of all our teams and was
often seen at athletic events His
ability to follow as well as give
orders should make him a ine
3540 North Lee Street
Georgie Going in the Navy
Tell me more
George was on the Northeast
Crew and rowed in the toughest
contests it ever had He is also
inte ested in swimming and foot
ball His future occupation in the
Navy will no doubt be successful
Good luck George.
2925 North Bailey Street
Gee s Oh Man
Dave was very active in sports
during his career at Northeast. He
was co-captain of the Gym Team
and a pole vaulter, receiving NE s
for each. Dave also played Cadet
Football. All his friends are ulling
for him to be a successful dra tsman.
PAUL E GUTEKUNST
7355 North Twenty frrst Street
Yo doll how s your duste 'P
Paul played TV Basketball here
at Northeast and recelved a letter
Basketball swlmrnlng and base
ball are hrs mam outsrde rnterests
We are sure Paul wrll be a success
LENNARTH E HALLBERG
517 West Troga Stree
Lenn Research Chemrst
That doesn t cut any lce
Lenn a member of the Honcr
Sectron throughout h s stay at
Northeast was on the Tennrs Team
German Club UNNE and Art hzr L
Staff Lots of luck tn the future
JOSEPH C HECK
2060 East Prckwrck Street
Brg loe Constructron Burlder
Where s drngleberry
loe drd not partrcrpate rn any
acttvrtres around school but he
was a srncere fellow and was well
lrked by all hts classmates Out
srde of school loe rs rnterested ln
baseball football and swrmmrng
PAUL ALFONSO HENNIX
2127 North Darmen Stree
Alfonso Gospel Srnger
Pauls mam xnterest rs mg ng
and hls mam cutslde mte e
The Golden Echo Srnger He w ll
long be remembered because of hr
frrendlrness and polrshed manne
ARTHUR M HAGGETT
6705 Woolston Road
Bobo was an asset to Northeast
and was one of the persons behmd
the scenes who helped put over the
Senate Plays as a member of the
Stage Crew and Drama Club
M DAVID HAMILTON
3228 North Carllsle Street
Don t lose your head
Davrd was a Senator for three
terms He managed Cadet IV and
Varslty Basketball Dave served
as an Executrve Offrcer Class
Treasurer Senator and was a
member of the Art hu L Staff Wrth
hrs Wlll11'1QU9SS to serve and his
unfarlrng good humor Dave should
go far rn hrs future undertakrngs
DAVID MARTIN P HEISE
931 West Butler Street
Wh1tey TV Engmeer
Lend me a cent
Dave d1d not have any trme for
after school OCllV1lIeS but he sup
ported our teams lrke a true North
easter He IS mterested rn tele
xrsron radro cars and stamps
He has chosen TV engrneermg as
a career Good luck Dave
RICHARD G HORN
2342 North Tenth Street
Rrchard known to all h s frrends
a Drck was a member ot our
Fenc no Club here at school
Collecurg postcards kept hrm busy
when he wasnt supportrng one of
our frne team
JONATHAN H HONORE
1505 West Dramond Street
Chrrst for me
Tweety partrcrpated rn many
actrvrtres here at Northeat
was a memb r of the Drama Cla s
and Megaphone Busrne s Staff
He was a Senator for four term a
well as a vrce pre rdent of the
school He was also a member of
th UNNE Brble Club and the
Track and Cro s Country Team
HARRY O JACKSON
1929 North Thrrteenth Street
ack Electronrcs Technrcran
Hum m m Boy' 1 '
lack as he was known to hrs
frrends was qurte popular Durrng
hrs stay at Northeast he was a
member of the Track Team Band
Orchestra and was on the Honor
Roll Hrs outsrde rnterests rnclude
workmg on mechamcal devrces
and playrng the drums
RAY F JENNERS
2446 North Twenty seventh Street
Knock rt otf'
Although he hadnt the trme to
partrcrpate rn sports or other extra
currrcular actrvrtres Ray wa an
ardent NE rooter Baseball draw
mg dancrnq and grrls are hrs
mam outsrde rnterests We srncerely
hope Rays desrre to become an
artrst wrll be futtrlled
1825 West Cayuga Street
Bob Electronrcs Enqrneer
Bet you my lrte
Bob was one of the qenruses ot
our graduatrng class and could
trequently be found explarnrnq
work to hrs classmates or lendrnq
them hrs homework Hrs actrvrtres
rncluded the Table Tennrs Team,
UNNE, Stamp Club, Honor Sectron
and Natronal Honor Socrety Bob
was on the Honor Roll every term
Lots of luck to a swell guy
2206 Coral Street
C r Doctor
How about that now
Although he hadnt the trme to
partrcrpate rn sports Clrtf sup
ported our football and baseball
teams here at Northeast Outsrde
of school he rs rnterested ln base
ball football and of course grrls
We hope Clrff wrll come out ot
college a worthwhrle doctor
ROBERT E JAMES
2134 North Twenty frrst Street
Bobby Electronrcs Engrneer
Knock rt off
Bob was a member of Northeast s
Track Team durmg hrs stay here
Hrs rnterests rnclude baseball foot
ball and basketball He rntends
to go to college and become an
electromcs engrneer All hrs frrends
wrsh hrm the best of luck
DONALD J JONES
2511 North E ghteenth Street
Debeaucre P lones College
The most to say the very least
Don s actrvrtres rncluded the
Track Team and Alternate H
also played rntra mural basketball
whrle at Northeast Sports grrls
and partres keep hrm busy outsrde
WILLIAM EUGENE KELLEY
1718 West Oxford Street
Wrzry To Graduate rn 54
1 hope I graduate
Brll was a member of the Cross
Country Team for two years, and
also on the Track Team, and the
Lrbrary Squad Hrs outsrde rnter
ests rnclude radro, electromcs, and
grrls Brll was a srncere fellow and
we wrsh hrm the best of luck rn the
JOHN J KING
Durrna h a
lo T1 was ar enroe ct ll
or shrp Soccer 'lean
Gs a11 ntere '111 hot cl e
mrs h1rr1 s cce S111 1 hr en e
JOSEPH M LENCZYK
410 West Curnberlard St eet
oe Colleoe Succe
What a drag
loe achreved great success dur
mg hrs stay at Northeast He not
only was outstandrnq scholas 1call
but also took part rn many extra
currrcular OCl1V1ll9Q whrch rncluded
Gym Team Band Orchestra and
Swmq Band He was a member ct
the Natrona' Honor Socrety T11
nal d X 11111
greatest achrevement however was
trrst befomrnq v1cepres1dent and
then presrdent ot the schocl com
munrty Wth a record lrke th1
loe 1S sure to succeed Conqratula
trons to an outstandrnq leader
LAWRENCE M O LOMAX
2221 North Twenty seven h Stree
Soup P xchratrr
Lawrence was a 111911 oer ol 0 1
Cadet Football Team a 1d wa
always 1n there playrnq when h1
ass engaged ra 1 rura
oaskettrall games Avy IV tor
hoo hrs tme rs tlled to sv
r 1 Q dancmq and vvrrtrra poetr
ANDREW W MAKSIN JR
2 1 Pe ot S ee
rvlack e 1
Hey 1 rr 1 e e
rjf1.l'tO11C Mack was ,e.,.,,, 5 .. c.
Ln '11 3 ass. e also 1. Ip- . "
oferate Lg. S r'a.e Sim" .ers 1'
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,ra rnq 1:1 V 1.11 .ill ff rr'
f1.11e. ccd 4 "Eg
GERALD C KLING
1217 Wesr H lton Stree'
e ry E1ectr1cal Era ree
D Q that crazy frqure
D rnq hrs tay at Northeast
lerry was well known and well
lrked hy hrs classmates He was a
rr er ber cf the Honor SeCllO11 and
had consrstently qood marks HIS
apnea ance frrendlrness old rokes
and new frrends are sure to ass1st
h1r1 on hrs way to success as an
JOHN H LEWIS
3432 MSYIOH Avenue
Hey lazz how s the man
Baron dmdn t play on any team III
chool but was a real sports en
ll'1ll's1OSl outsrde of school He also
pent a great deal of t1me dancrnq
wrth hrs qrrl Betty He was always
noted tor h1s humor IH class We
all w1sh hrm luck as an engrneer
815 North Amer1can Street
Have your homework?
Fred S popular1ty was show11
when he was elected Alternate of
h1s class two terms and Senator
once He was on the Honor Roll IH
the E ard C classes HIS outsrde
rterests rnclude dances partles
JAMES A MARSLAND
3613 Nor h Elen enth Stree
H va a e
a one ct o r N uphun
5. esnpen dunno his stay at North-
e He wa- frequently on the
Honor c . r:'.'- rr1a1. interes li
in spcnf. He -xpported all our
fearxs and we w.sh h.m lots ct luck
111 the treld of electrlcrty.
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LEONARD L MATUSIESKI
3183 Tul1p Street
Say do the homework?
Mat was on the Honor Roll for
four terms and spent part ot hxs
stay here tn the Hcnor Sechon
Because of h1s trlendhness and
lokmg manner we re sure he wtll
succeed IH college as an electtontcs
1301 East Montgomery Avenue
Buddy Roach Draltsman
Go dad go
Buddy was a well l1ked person at
Northeast He enyoys part1c1pat1ng
1n outdoor sports but because ot
h1s yob after school he could not
take an acttve part 1n any school
act1v1t1es He d1d succeed tn earn
mg a place on the Honor Roll
George w1ll be remembered for a
long t1me by all h1s frxends
EDWARD C McKNIGHT
2069 East Dauphm Street
See ya later
Ed was very actxve whlle at
Northeast HIS ma1n 1nterest was
the Megaphone and he achxeved
the d1S11l'lC11Ol'1 of bemg chosen 1ts
ed1tor1nch1ef Ed spent part of
h1s t1me at Northeast 1n the Honor
Sechon was frequently on the
Honor Roll was a member of the
Arc have Staff and was elected to
the Nattonal Honor Soc1ety lf h1s
work on the Megaphone IS any ex
ample he should be a btg success
as a 1ourna11st
CLARENCE L MILLS
2104 North Sxxteenth Street
Clarence Tool and D1e Maker
Clarence a1ded the school Track
Team by parttctpatmg tn runmng
and held events H1s t1ne character
and abllxty made htm ltked by all
OUtS1d6 ot school he enyoys 11 tenmg
OTIS E McALILEY
804 Buttonwood Street
Mac P1 ot
Mac was on our Track Team and
rece1ved a IV and Varslty Award
He was a Senator and on the
Honor Roll many ttmes Mac IS
mterested xn all sports danclng
and gtrls After leavmg h1gh school
he s gc1ng 1nto the a1r force and
then xnto engmeermg college Good
EDWARD J McGETTIGAN
1341 West Rush Street
Mac Sxgn Palnter
He s the greatest
Mac was well hked because of
hxs good sense of humor and frzendly
att1tude He was mer1tor1ous 1n
h1s Tumor Year H1s outsmde
mterests are cars basketball and
sw1mm1ng He IS an all around
good fellow and wxll be remem
bered by all who knew htm
CARL EMERSON MEYERS
3906 North Fa1rh1ll Street
Although he hadnt the t1me to
part1c1pate 1n school act1v1t1es
dunng h1s stay here Carl s vo1ce
could often be heard over all the
crowd at athletmc events cheerlng
our teams on to v1ctory We
smcerely hope he w1l1 be a suc
1919 West Wtllard Street
Mttch Bus1ness Success
Go to Ph1ladelph1a B1ble lnstttute
How bout that
Mttch was a member of two ot our
teams here the Cross Country
Team earmng h1s numerals and
the Tenms Team from whlch he
rece1ved a letter He enloys table
tenn1s bowlmng socxal QCf1V11l9S
and SIUQIHQ tn h1s le1sure txme
1302 West Butler Street
l d1dn t do 1t
N1ck played VGTSIIY Baseball for
two seasons and frequently ap
peared on the Honor Roll ludqmq
by N1cks lme record he should
have no trouble 1n becommq a
922 North Seventh Street
I don t know
Walter after commq to North
east became a member of our
great Soccer Team He also played
volley ball and table tenn1s on our
teams H1s out of school 1nterests
are sports and g1rls Good luck to
an amb1t1ous Northeaster
JACK H MUNNIS
l609 East Huntmq Park Avenue
ake Be Successful
lack d1d not take part 1n any
act1v1t1es at Northeast but was
qu1te popular w1th all h1s fr1ends
and a real supporter of our team
Hts outs1de mterests are hunt1nq
f1sh1nq and baseball
732 East Kmgston Street
Ne1rt Construct1on Electr1c1an
Nexrt was a popular fellow
throughout h1s ent1re Northeast
career He played on the IV Foot
ball Team and was elected both
Senator and Alternate H1s outs1de
rrnterest IS basketball Lots of luck
425 East Cambr1a Street
What a clown'
Lou was on the Cadet Football
and Basketball Teams He was a
member of the Archzw Staff and a
loyal supporter of all the school
teams as well as a member of the
Honor Sect1on for three years We
know Lou w1ll be a success as a
l303 North Hope Street
Now I wouldn t say that
llm recelved an NE for POTIICI
pat ng 1n Cross Country and Track
He IS a member of L1ghthouse Boys
Club and the Glad1ator Football
and Basketball Teams llm IS
1nterested 1n drawmq and pamtmg
He 1ntends to become a track coach
ROBERT C MUZSLAY
518 East Allegheny Avenue
B1q Bob College at Florlda U
Bob pres1dent of our graduatmq
class was a member cf our champ
1on h1p sw1mm1r1q team s1nce he
started here 1n the F class He was
also on the Crew and Senator of
h1s class He belongs to the Key
stone Sw1m Club and was a
member of the Ocean C1ty Beach
Patrol last summer
2544 Emerald Street
1 Be Successful
1 don t know
B1ll was well l1ked by hlS fellow
Northeasters because of hls
operat1ve fr1endly ways W1th IhlS
type of personal1ty we re sure he
w1ll have a successful future
JOHN E OLIVER
2219 No th Chadw1ck Street
That man s all rlght
ohn was a member ot our lrne
Cross Country Team wh11e at
Northeast He 1S rnterested 1n
basebal' football and basketball
lohn IS one of those boys who can
always see the l1ghter s1de of
th1ngs We w1sh h1m lots ot luck
Wlth h1s amb1t1on to become an
104 East T1oga Street
Let s go ttshmg
Anyone who attended our team s
football games probably heard a
tlne clear volce descrtblng the
actron The vorce belonged to
Chuck our announcer Outs1de of
school Char11e l1kes t1sh1ng hunt
tng and motorcycle r1d1ng
2913 North Van Pelt Street
M1CkeY Malntenance Man
What d ya say buddy?
M1ckey was qu1te act1ve 1n sports
at Northeast betng a member of
the Fencmg Gym and lumor
Vars1ty Football Teams In h1S
spare t1me M1ckey l1kes to box and
swtm The frrends he acgu1red here
w1ll mlss h1m greatly
1952 North Twenty mnth Street
Std played cadet basketball and
was a dancer m the NE Revue
Away from school hrs mam 1nter
ests are basketball and tap danc
mg We pred1ct S1d wxll be a
success as a salesman
1827 North Marshall Street
Sure You re rtght
G11 was a double success at
Northeast Not only d1d he earn
fme grades but also was outstand
1ng tn 1ntramural sports HIS
rnterests 1nclude 1ournal1sm box
1ng and sa1esmansh1p
PAUL A PAPP
2801 North Fa1rh11l Street
a Successful Bu1lder
Get out here Dmgleberry'
Rat was a qu1et and pleasant
fellow to have around He had a
tlne school sp1r1t but h1S after school
lob prevented htm from takmg an
actrve part ln any extra curr1cu1ar
GCl1V1I1eS He has a tavorlte hobby
of custom1z1ng cars at whlch he IS
gu1te an expert
SHELTON F PELZER
829 Buttonwood Street
Are you crazy?
Fonzo was a good student and
was successful 1n makmg frlends
He dtd not have trme to take part 1n
school act1v1t1es but cooperated 1n
all class undertak1ngs We w1sh
htm lots of luck
217 West Laveek Street
I get a charge out of that
loe was an Alternate or Senator
lor three terms Hls mterests out
slde of school are dancmg swlm
m1ng and skatmg loe always had
a yoke to tell or a pun to make H
has cho en carpentermg as
career and we kncw he w1l1 be a
3822 North Tenth Street
Pete Be Successful
How about that?
Steve co edrtor of our yearbook
was a member of the Honor Sectron
throughout hrs stay at Northeast
appearrng on the Honor Roll every
term In addrtron to hrs work on
the Archzze Steves lrst of actrvr
tres rncludes membershrp rn the
Natronal Honor Socrety and Trr
bunal as well as servrng as a
Senator and copy edrtor of the
Megaphone We know Steve wrll
reach hrs goal of berng successful
rn whatever freld he enters
3446 Kerm Street
What d ya say7
A frrendly and popular North
easter Rerf served hrs fellow clas
mates as Alternate He drd not
play on any ot the school teams
games cheerrng our teams t
ROBERT W RICHARDSON
461 Rcbbrns Avenue
All rrght you guys
Bob was a key merrber of our
Varsrty Tennrs Team He was rn the
Honor Sectron and on the Honor
Roll every term Hrs actrvrtres
rncluded the Natronal Honor Socr
ety Class Trrp Commrttee Arc hrre
Staff Trrbunal Senate and Execu
440 West Indrana Avenue
Bucky Tool and Dre Maker
and marry Nancy
I want what I want
when I want rt
We belreve Bucky wrll become an
expert rn hrs chosen freld H
could not partrcrpate rn any cutsrde
actrvrtres but was a loyal booster
of our teams
HENRY L REDDY
1904 North Rrnggold Street
That s Greek to me
Lou was truly a loyal Northeaster
as evrdenced by hrs lrst of actrvrtres
He was a Senator Alternate copy
reader for the Megaphone and
recerved the Megaphone Pm
Award Lou also served on the
Arc hrr e Staff Hrs hobby rs
2007 North Erghth Street
What s happen1ng'P
Sonny was a lrkeable ambrtrous
student who could always be found
smrlrng He was actrve on the
Track Cross Country and Basket
ball Teams He rs an all around
who knew htm
RODMAN R ROBERTS
3326 North Lee Street
o Naval Electrrcran
That s besrde the pornt
Rod was well Irked by all and
cooperatrve rn the school com
munrty Wrth hrs perseverance he
should be a brg success as a naval
KENNETH W ROTON
2048 Wrlmot Street
That s not nrce
Ken was a good natured and
socrable fellow and had many
frrends at Northeast Hrs marn
rnterest outsrde of school rs base
ball We hope he wrll succeed rn
hrs desrre to be an archrtectural
drattsman after he graduates from
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2233 North Broad Street
Repeat that please'
Toe was a member of the UNNE
Honor Sectton cmd the Arc hive
Staff He was a loyal supporter of
all school act1v1t1es and was often
seen cheermg our teams on t
7424 Georgxan Road
Esss mterest s followlng events
1n the sports world He plays foot
ball whtch IS h1s favorlte past1me
outs1de of school He also enyoys
sw1mm1ng Paul w1ll long be
remembered by h1s many frtends
2538 East Dauphln Street
lust qxve me the facts ma m
Ray was ln the Band Orchestra
and Swmq Band for SIX terms H
was a member of the Arc hue
Staff Honor Sectlon Natlonal
Honor Soc1ety and h1s name often
appeared on the Honor Roll H1s
mam lnterest IS playmq a trumpet
Our good luck W1Sh9S go wxth you
5 Crescent Lane
Durlng h1s stay at Northeast
Carl made many frxends He be
came an Alternate rn the D class
and dxd a wonderful 1ob selllng
Megaphones H1s outs1de hobbles
are dancmg photography and
sclence Good luck Carl 1n your
WILLIAM H SAVIDGE
3139 North Percy Street
You chrome dome
Although a qulet boy Worm
patronlzed many Northeast events
and was a regular follower of the
Basketball Team We wlsh h1m
luck m h1s chosen held of endeavor
ROBERT EDWARD SCHAFFER
2467 North Falrhlll Street
What do you say?
Bob chd not have much tlme for
atter school actlvxhes but he was a
loyal supporter of our teams
Bob s chlef lnterest out of school IS
glrls He has chosen plpeflttxng
as h1s future occupatlon Lots of
1548 North Twenty etqhth Street
Chuck recelved an NE as
an act1ve member of the Bowlmg
Team A very frlendly fellow
Chuck was well llked and could
always be found sm1l1ng
2520 North Patton Street
Well known durmg h1S stay at
Northeast Morty was a Senator a
member of the Senate Awards
Commlttee and the UNNE In
hms spare t1me he hkes to read and
llsten to mL.s1c We hope he
reaches h1s ultlmate goal 1n the
fxeld of law
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2104 North Erghth Street
How you act unto others
IS how they w1ll act unto you
Although a qu1et boy Terry was
a loyal Northeaster He attended
many Northeast events and was
always Wllllnq to lend h1s class
mates a help1ng hand We w sh
h1m a good future as a salesman
2530 North Th1rt1eth Street
What s up?
Sam was 1n the Honor Sect1on
SIX terms and often on the Honor
Roll He had the umque d1st1nct1on
of belng elected Alternate for all
SIX terms He also served on the
Megaphone Busmess Staff and
the Archzve Staff H1s outs1de
act1v1t1es mclude sports and me
28l7 North Or1anr1a Street
That was close
lack IS one of those fellows who
der1ves enyoyment from every type
of sport although huntzng and f1Sh
1ng are h1s lGVOFlleS He w1ll
never be forgotten by h1S frrends
and we all w1sh h1m good luck tn
h1s future occupat on
l8l5 North Twenty e1ghth Street
LIVE 1t up
Popular1ty plus IS the only pos
s1ble way to descr1be Ronme He
was a Senator and showed h1S
ab1l1ty IH sports by SGTVIHQ three
years on the Vars1ty Fenclng Team
TSCGIVIDQ an NE Ronme was well
known as a cheerleader and at
games could always be found cheer
1ng our teams to v1ctory
Thzrtx Ser n
4848 North Franklxn Street
What s the odds?
Ray typmg edxtor ofthe Arc hu e
was qurte act1ve around school
He was a Senator a member of the
Execut1ve Comm1ttee basketball
manager and scorekeeper and
was a member of the Honor Sect1on
throughout h1s stay at Northeast
Outs1de of school Ray IS 1nterested
1n sports We all hope he brmgs
d1st1nct1on to h1s school as
member of h1s chosen profess1on
3414 North Reese Street
llm played on the Northeast
Football Team for two seasons H
IS 1nterested 1n football and boxmg
as outs1de GCl1V1lleS After leav1ng
h1gh school llm plans to become a
boxer Lots of luck IH the r1ng
FRANK J STEPHENSON
3416 North D1llman Street
Am t that cool'
Dutch was a loyal Northeaster
He was a Senator and a loyal sup
porter of our athlet1c teams H
was a well l1ked ferlow and a
fr1end to all We feel sure he w1ll
be a successful bu1lder
3362 A Street
Tgm Auto Mechamc
lf I can do 1t so can you
Tom was an OIT1b1l1OUS fellow
and was fond of all sports HIS
favorlte past1me lS spend1ng many
hours read1ng He l1kes to f1x cars
and for that reason he should be a
blg success Wllh h1 auto shop
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ROBERT C SULOFF
2839 North Seventh Street
Kinda rough am t he?
Bob was a quiet fellow at North
east Outside of school he played
basketball If he is as good a
draftsman as he was a student he
should have no trouble in becoming
successful in his life s work
HERBERT R THOMAS
2312 North Twenty fifth Street
She s fabulous
Herby received an NE for foot
ball and was a key member of the
team His mam interests are
centered around football traveling
and music We wish him lots of
luck in his chosen f-eld
316 West Cambria Street
Are you really serious?
Trip was a fellow anyone could
get along with He was always
ready to help his classmates We
hope he achieves success in his
chosen field of medicine
1509 West Oxford Street
What s happening?
Tucker was one of the quieter
boys in his class but was well-liked
and appreciated by his friends.
Outside of school his chief interest
is collecting records.
2813 West Lehigh Avenue
F ea Electrician
Oh man shut up You re ugly
Dons main interest is military
service His activities were not
extensive but he boosted his school
in any way that he could We know
that he will succeed in his future
occupation unless he gets his wires
STANLEY G TIMSON
2459 lasper Street
You drink good stuff
Spinner excelled in sports during
his stay at Northeast As co
captain of the Basketball Team he
was well known for his outstanding
performances Spinner s popularity
was proved when he was elected to
the Executive Committee Stan
will long be remembered by all his
2251 North Orkney Street
Better do it now
Don as he was known to his
friends was well liked around
school He was a member of the
Bible Club and photography and
basketball keep him busy outside of
JOSEPH S. USEWICZ
746 West Master Street
Bunyock Civil Engineer
What s the matter with you boy?
Bunyock was on the Crew
Fencing and Football Teams. He
was a member of the Honor Section
National Honor Society and on the
Archiz e Staff. foe was extremely
popular with everyone that knew
him, and we know he will be a
successful civil engineer.
NICHOLAS JOHN WEBER
2826 North Th1rd Street
What a doll
Wh1le he attended Northeast
N1ck ach1eved the rare d1st1nct1on
of never be1nq absent HIS Chlel
outs1de IHISFGSIS are cars and boats
N1ck was one of those students who
kept h1s troubles to h1mselt and
shared others He wants to become
an expert 1n the electr1cal f1eld
BOO North Bambrey Street
I don t know
Bob proved h1mself to be one of
the best fr1ends that a fellow could
have HIS personal1ty attracted
many classmates to h1m and we
know that he Wlll reta1n many of
these boys as l1fe lonq budd1es
Good luck Bob
LOUIS E WILEY
2853 North Rmgqold Street
ou Get 1n the Electr1cal F1eld
You re mad
Lou was well l1ked by h1s fellow
classmates He IS 1nterested
sports and enyoys playmq baseball
and football on the outs1de Hts
after school yob prevented h1m from
takmq part IH school OCl1V1lleS
2661 A Glenwood Avenue
Ray Bus1ness Adm1n1strator
I feel for you Tumor
but that S all
For h1s SSFVICSS to the Track
Team Ray rece1ved an NE H
was also a member of the Cross
Country and Gym Teams Rays
popular1ty was demonstrated by the
fact that he was elected to the
Senate four t1mes Outs1de f
school Ray IS QCIIVS 1n soc1al
2902 North Front Street
W1 Electromcs Enqmeer
What you say there
W1t was on our IV and VGFSIIY
Football Teams wh1le at Northeast
He also served as e1ther Alternate
or Senator every term He has an
1nterest 1n boats huntmq and
rad1o He IS sure to make a good
2967 Mercer Street
Wlllle Auto Mechan1c
Fmally made 1t
Wlllle was one of the qu1eter
members of the class He d1d not
part1c1pate much 1n school GCIIVI
t1es but he took part 1n h1S class
act1v1t1es H15 OUIS1dS 1nterests 1n
clude huntlng and t1 h1nq
5707 Tultp Street
Kat er Teacher
Ka1ser was an GCIIVE member of
the Glee Club Orchestra and
Sw1nq Band wh1le domq double
duty on the Afthllt, Statf
proved to be one of the most lolly
members of the class and h1s Jokes
saved the ret ot us many dull
moments lohn shou1d have o
trouble IH succeedmq ID h1s hte s
WALTER L WILLIAMS JR
3019 West Susquehanna Avenue
L1 ten to th1s s1de l11'n
Walt a qu1et fellow served h1s
classmates a an Alternate wh1le
at Northeast H spends many of
h1s le1sure hours collectmq and
l1sten1nq to reco d We re all
pulhnq for h1m to be a success ID
the f1eld of dent1 try
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2lO6 North Park Avenue
Aaron was truly a loyal son He
excelled in sports being a key
member of our Football Team as
well as playing varsity ba ketball
and track His popularity was
demonstrated when he was elected
vice president of the graduating
class We hope he will be a
successful in pharmacy as he was
DAVID J YOUNG
2221 East Ritter Street
Dave Retire at 35
Kill it before it multiplies
Dave was unable to take part in
sports because of his health but
whenever you went to a Northeast
game you could hear Dave cheer
ing for our team We wish him a
lot ot luck with his ambition to
retire at the age of thirty five
FRANK J. ZOLTOWSKI
2111 East Stella Street
Zol was on the Varsity Tennis
and Cadet Basketball Teams. He
was a member ot the Honor Section
Prom Committee Class Trip Com'
mittee Archiie Staff and chair-
man of the Northeast-Kensington
Dance Committee. His outside
interests are sports dancing and
WILLIAM E WRIGHT
3135 North Twenty sixth Street
Wee Willie Chemical Engineer
Wee Willy was a member ol the
Ari hive' Staff an Alterngte Sen
OfOf Gnd G member of the Honor
Section His outside activities are
divided among photography
basketball and model making
Here s to his success as a chemical
THEODORE R YOUNG
2132 North Van Pelt Street
Strange things are happening
An active member of his class
and school Ted supported all of
their activities He was also a
member of the Library Squad We
wish him lots of luck in his tutuie
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SENATORS AND ALTERNATES
At the beammna ot each term every adv1sory SSCTIOH elects a Senator and an
Alternate to represent them m the student qovernmq body ot the school the Senate
The Senator IS the spokesman ot hls class and QTIQVOHCGS ot the students are expressed
when the Senator reports to hls advlsorv s ct1on the louslness dxscussed tn the Senate
The Alternate takes the Senator s place when he IS absent He IS the busmess
representatlve ot the Megaphone tn hls sectlon The A class Senators and Alternates
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this term are:
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The purpose ot the EXSCUTIVS Commrttee wh1ch IS composed of two boys from each
sectlon of the senlor class IS to plan and carry out the rumerous actlvrtles of the
The dutles of thxs comm1ttee xnclude collechnq class duen and aldmq the prom
commlttee to decorate and prepare for the Prom The tlne servrces performed by these
boys have not gone unnotlced and unapprecxated by the semors Members ot the
Charles Boqdanoft and Frank Zoltowskm
W1ll1am Batcheller and Thomas Crum
lonathan l-lonore and Robert Muzslav
Stanley Trmson and Herbert Thomas
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The Northeast Library Sguad was organized
in l938 under the leadership of Miss Dorothy
Ward and Miss Mary l-limrrielwright. At that
time the library had only a tew hundred books,
but now more than twelve thousand books can
be found on the shelves.
The Library Sguad consists of boys who are
in charge of clerical work and who keep the
library a fit place in which to work and study.
Under the guiding hand of Mr. Roland C.
Doane, the Tribunal has been enforcing the
laws of the school community since l936.
Violators of these laws are tried by the court
and punished according to the seriousness ot
The Tribunal is made up of students who have
distinguished themselves scholastically and in
The United Nations at Northeast was formed
for those students who have a genuine interest
in world affairs. Its aim is to acguire a better
understanding of other nations and peoples.
This club offers Northeasters a fine oppor-
tunity to become familiar with the policies and
problems of other nations today. Students
participating actively are usually given extra
credit by their history or social science teachers.
The Stagecraft Crew does all the behind-the
scenes work tor the Senate and Assembly
Plays except tor electrical work. Their interest
consists of construction and thorough knowledge
ot stage equipment
Mr. Pugh, the club sponsor, and the members
do a fine job. They take care of and build,
when necessary, scenery for the productions.
Their work does not stop with preparations,
they also change scenery between acts, and
control lights and curtains during rehearsals.
THEATRICAL ELECTRICAL CLUB
The Theatrical Electrical Club, under the
direction ot Mr. Rowan, maintains our stage
lighting, public address systems, and movie
The club is one of the main factors in the
success ot our Senate Plays. During the plays,
they take care of the lighting, curtains, and
scenery. The boys in this club gain valuable
experience by taking part in such a worthy
The Northeast Locker Squad, under the
supervision ot Mr, Albert Fisher and Mr. lames
King, has taken care ot the locks and lockers
in the school.
The squad, organized in l936 by Mr. Fisher,
performs a bigger job than most ot us realize.
Before the new terms begin, the members ot the
squad remain alter school and come in a few
days early to reearrange the locks and lockers
tor the new students. The task ot the senior
members is to take the locks from the lockers ol
the boys who were dropped from roll.
The Drama Club consists ot members who
enjoy acting and those whose goal is pro-
Under the able direction and instruction of
Mr. Marcus Konick, the members receive
valuable training in acting, directing, play-
writing, makeup, and lighting.
This organization is one ot the most active in
the school. lt meets as treguently as reguired
by rehearsals, and is responsible tor the yearly
Senate play and the one act plays put on during
The aim ot the Qriginal l-li'Y can best be
expressed by its motto, "To create, maintain,
and extend throughout the school and coin-
munity, high standards of Christian character,"
The club is sponsored by Mr. Frank Bogia.
ln addition to the Criginals social activities,
such as dances, hayrides, and camping trips,
the club has also rendered service tothe school
as ushers at Senate Plays, and guides tor the
The Fencing Club, sponsored by Mr. Brad-
bury, meets in room lO2 every Wednesday at
2:20. There are no requirements or limits lor
the club. There are many lectures by promi-
nent tencers on the art ot tencing. Members ot
fencing team and Mr. Bradbury give instruc-
tions on the use ot the three weapons used. The
best tencers ofthe club usually ioin the team to
practice what they have been taught.
The German Club under the sponsorship ot
Dr. Fruchter meets once a week. lts purpose is
to acguaint the German language students
with various aspects ot German culture which
normally aren't studied in class, such as geo-
graphy, history, and science.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
During the fall term of l952, a notable honor
was bestowed upon Northeast, when the school
was granted a chapter in the National Honor
Society, This Society is composed ot juniors
and seniors ot high schools throughout the
The number ot new members is limited to
lO'Q ot the class.
A committee called the National Honor
Society Council meets and chooses those who
are to be given membership in the society. Mr.
Leighton K. Smith has been given the authority
to represent the principal in these meetings.
Membership in this society is one ot the
highest honors awarded to Northeast students.
The Northeast-Kensington Dance Committee
is a co-scholastic organization composed ot
members from Northeast and Kensington l-ligh
Schools. The group, sponsored by Mr. Gustav
Baack, was formed to organize dances and
social attairs between the two schcols, with its
main object the Northeast-Kensington Dance,
which is held about once each month at the
Lighthouse Boys' Club. The committee takes
care of refreshments, collects tickets, plays
records, and helps clean the hall when the
dance is over.
The Northeast Orchestra was founded by
Dr. A. 0. Michener in 1903, who later left
Northeast to become principal of Central High
Criginally it was a club, but later, in l926, the
orchestra become a regular school project
under the direction of Mr. Paul Duffield.
Now under Mr. Anthony Di lulio, the
Qrchestra plays at assemblies, Senate Plays,
and also entertains at other Senior and lunior
High Schools throughout the city.
The job of the Swing Band is to play at all
social affairs and at junior high schools through-
out the city. Formerly under the direction of
Mr. Paul Duffield, the Swing Band is now
headed by Mr. Anthony Di lulio.
The Northeast Band was organized in l93O
under the direction of Mr. George Wascho. It
is at present under the leadership of Mr.
Anthony De lulio, who replaced Mr. Francis
The band can be seen and heard at all of our
stirring football games. Each season it also
entertains in assemblies and at lune com-
The Cheerleaders appear at all Northeast
basketball and tootball games, to lead the
cheering which spurs the Archives on to victory.
They are easily recognized by their white
sweaters which bear the well-known Northeast
letter. This group is ably directed by Mr. Leo-
pold Elkins, a member ot the history department.
The cheerleaders deserve a lot ot credit tor
keeping the famous spirit ot Northeast alive,
whether our teams are winning or losing.
The Photo Club provides its members with an
interesting hobby and training for those who
want to go into commercial photography as an
Mr. Roland Doane, the club sponsor, and the
members meet weekly to discuss cameras and
Besides serving the very practical purpose of
teaching photography, the club provides the
Megaphone with statt photographers.
The Stamp Club, under the sponsorship ot
Mr. Roland C. Doane, is an organization which
tries to foster a greater interest in stamps among
its members. The club meets once a week, and
discusses the value ot stamps, how they get into
circulation, and the history and stories behind
Since the members' hobby is stamps, their
interest is not limited only to tlie club. Qutside
ot school, they collect and trade stamps from all
over the world.
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Northeosters have reason to be proud of the-1r
school pubhccmhon, The Northeast Megaphone,
for It has become almost trodltlonol for the paper to
rece-we C1 Medohst or FIFST Place award m the com
petltlon sponsored by the Columblu Scholcxshc
Press Assoclotlon each ye-or
The Meg Wh1Ch lost term celebrated Us 14th
c1nn1versc1ry 1S Q large four page edltlon prmted
on the lmghest quollty paper Wh1Ch brmgs to the
faculty cmd students of Northeast news of every
phase of our school commumty and 1tS mcmy oct1v1
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page m1meoqrc1phed toblold known os Ye Alde
Dumbell, pubhshed by The C class for the beneht
of the entlre school more than 30 years ago
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students who have token the course m Ioumohsm
offered by the school 1'51ss1st1r1q the Qioff m 1tS work
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maintaining the prestige gained by the paper and
Mr Nicholas Grant Business Advisor whose work
has malntained a circulation of about l4OO copies
per issue Whenever there is a practical problem
to be dealt with concerning photography or art Mr
Roland C Doane an amateur photographer in his
own right and Mr Stephen Hale director of the art
department have given freely of their time in solving
any such difficulties.
At graduation the Megaphone will lose many of
its key staff members. They are: Stephen Petsis
Frank Kelemen, Donald Ferretti Edward McKnight
Wayne Waters Walter Barford loseph Atkins
Walter Yeager Algis Lukas Earl Patrick William
Batcheller lames Cavanaugh Alan Oliver Albert
Becker Raymond Wrightson and Neil Kaye.
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Cn the evenings ot December 4 and 5, Morrison
Hall shook with applause and laughter, for on these
nights the l953 annual Senate Play was presented.
This year the play was the mystery-comedy hit ot
stage and screen "Arsenic and Qld Lace."
The play was ably directed by Dr. Marcus Konick,
who has been responsible lor many of the great
Northeast shows. The tine scenery was prepared by
the stage crew under the leadership ot Mr. Fred
Pugh. An excellent job ot lighting was done by the
electrical crew under the direction of Mr. Toseph
The setting ot the play was an old Brooklyn house
in which two old maids lived. These old maids feel
sorry tor lonesome bachelors and try to assist them
to a happy alter-lite by serving them wine with just a
dash ot arsenic tor tlavoring.
Those who saw the 'exif never fcraet tie tx-so
old rriaids the crackpct nephew, and the cellar
which contained at least l3 dead boaies. The mere
thoualtt oi this comedy rio doubt briiia SIf11lSStO
the faces of those who saw it.
The cast ot characters was as follows: Abby,
played by John Burke, Dr. Harper by Edwin Mackay,
Teddy Brewster by Dan Paul, Brophy by Rimas
Lucas, Klein by Edward l. Malloy, Martha Brewster
by Walt Bartord, Elaine by Mrs. Delores Calhoun ot
the ottice statt, Mortimer by David Lindsay, Mr.
Gibbs by Thomas Campbell, lonathan by Alqis
Lukas, Dr. Einstein by lonathan Honore, Q'Hara by
Robert Dluaosz, Lieutenant Rooney by Vince Campel-
lone and Mr. Witherspoon by Harvey Shubert.
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to your lady iair, who looks-d lovelier than you PVMT'
realized shi- could.
The Prom Committee hazl selected the .Slfx'luri. 1
featurrna fatty layne as vocalist. to furnish fixi-
When you pecame a little weary frcrn .iC1I.C'1I1i'T .
you could walk out onto the Cocktail Bar and order A 'Q
a soda for your aal and yourself. N
A few of the distinguished quests that attended the W--ie
prom were Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Young, Dr. and
Mrs. Walter E. Howarth, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hallam,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Siloson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Smith. and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Theiss.
As usual, Tony, the school photoarapher, was
present to take pictures of the couples. His pictures
will help to brina hack to life a few of the wonderful
moments spent that niaht.
When the clock struck eleven, the couples heaan
to leave just as quickly as they had come. Most ot
the-in were headed for their favorite clubs that
featured floor shows. The others went to restaurants
and inns for a meal.
The last dance, which was played for only four
couples, was Trim! in He. When you arrived home,
you looked at your gal and noticed that her corsaae
had wilted and was no longer fresh. But you know
that the memory of the wonderful time you had at
your Senior Prom will always remain as a pleasant
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Northeost wos one ot the t1rst schools to hove o student qovermnq body ond the Northeost Senote
IS now one of the best specrmens ot student ochlevernent rn the pubhc schoot svstern
Composed ot representotrves trorn every sect1on ot the school the ch1et dut1es ot the lowrnotunq
group Consrst ot opproprlotlno money for the budoet leonstotrno tor the school ond qrontlnq chorters
to newly orqonlzed Clubs
The Cholrrnon ot the Senote rs Mr Phrhp Snyder whlte the VICG Chorrrnon ond sec etory ore
The Senote Tr1buno who e rrernber ore chosen bv the tocutty hos vested rn t tre Juchctot
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OVFRTURF On the Tratl Grand Canyon Sulte Grote
RROCESSIONAL MARCH Washrnqton Post March Sousa
THE NATIONAL ANTHEM AND SALUTE TO THE FLAG
INVOCATION Rev I H Honore
Trtedstone Baphst Church
TOPIC FOR SENIOR SPEECHES Loyal Sons Are We
Thy Farne IS Spread Atar Edward McKn1aht
Great Day V Yournans
Stout Hearted Men Rornbera
The Northeast Glee Club
To Thee we ll e er be Loyal Charles lay Boqdanott
Hora Staccato D1n1cu
Ioseph Lenczyk Tenor Saxophone
PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMA Charles A Young Rr1nc1pal
ACCEPTANCE OF DIRLOMA Robert Muzslay Rres1dent ot the Class
he Alurnnr Gold Medal
e I aac A Sheppard Medal e
e Strnon Gratz Enqhsh Rrxze e
e Class of I893 Rrrzes
e Class ot IQOQ Rr1ze
e Exchange Club Award e
e Rh1 Beta Kappa PTIZG e
Murrell Dobblns Rrrze e
Ph1ladelph1a Quartet Club German PFIZQ e
e Grafton Greenouqh Award
Iohn Bosch Award
Spanlsh Rrt e
e W1ll1am C Tuttle Award
D A R Award
e WIIIIGTTI L Hrlton Award
Stanley H Lana Award
Presented bv H Blrchard Taylor Class ot IQOI
SENIOR CLASS LEADERS
Rrestdent ot the Alumnx Assoc1at1on
Robert ML zslay Robert R1chardson lp ,K
Stanley T1rnson Dav1d Hamllton I resen ers
THE SCHOOL HYMN
EXIT MARCH Romp and Chualry Roberts
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As we move on IU l1fe through the years ahead there
w1ll be no doubt many ttmes when we pause tn our
datly act1v1t1es to th1nk about our happy htgh school
days Unfortunately the mtnd does not always retatn
as clear a ptcture of thtngs as we would l1ke tt to For
th1s reason the Archzve Staff feels that tt 1S f1tt1ng that
we have thts class h1story IH our record book
That day for whtch we had long awatted ftnally came February 2 l95l Cn th1s clay 400 fresh
men who were to become the lO3rd class of Northeast were greeted by Prtnctpal Charles A Young IH
Morrtson l-lall He advtsed them to take part tn extra currlcular gct1v1t1es and stressed thts po1nt by
saytng You only get out of Northeast what you put tnto tt These words were to become more and
more meantngful to us as ttme passed
Even as freshmen we learned some of the thmgs whtch tn addltton to the classroom work made
Northeast the great tnstttutton It IS Wtth the term hardly begun the Megaphone tn competxtton
w1th l5 O00 other h1gh school publ1cat1ons throughout the country won another Ftrst Place Award at
the Columbta Scholasttc Press Assoctatton Conventton IH New York
The basketball team ended the season wtth a l9 4 record Cl3 2 tn league compet1t1onD taktng
fourth place tn the league playoffs The bowlma team captured another league tttle All Sports
Day was celebrated w1th enthustasm Northeast aga1n was one of the few schools 1D the ctty to have
a crew The oarsmen d1d a credltable 1ob ID thetr second year on the water The fenc1ng team
ended 1n a t1e for thtrd place wtth Southern The 30th annual Revue presented by the Northeast
Drama Club sponsored by Dr Marcus Kontck featured Anyth1ng But the Truth
The Pres1dent of the School Communtty durtng our ftrst term was Bxll Brtll
At the term s end several faculty members who had served fatthfully at Northeast for many years
departed tncludmg Mr George Montgomery Mr Wtlllam Cpopj Anson and Dr Walter Lapp
Th1s term Northeast was honored bv the presentatton o the Francts Bellamy Flag Award a large
Amer1can Flag gtven annually to one htgh school tn the Untte l S at s on the bas1s OI the success of
1ts graduates tn buslness professtonal and publ c l1fe The award was proudly accepted by lack
Hoffman school prestdent
The soccer team aga1n won the league champtonshtp lt was th th rteenth consecuttve ttme
Northeast had taken thts honor The Archtve booters stretched thetr streak of league vtctortes to lO9
The Northeast sw1mm1ng team also won top honors tn tht league Qur football team was not as
successful as the soccer or swtmmtng tt-ant and ended tts sea on wtth a 2 3 l league r cord
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Mr Harold lGusD G eges terrnlnated hls twenty ftve years tenure as football coach at the end of
the season In thxs t1me h1s teams f1n1shed ftrst or second stxteen t1mes He brought Northeast stx
Publtc League Crowns and two C1ty Champ1onsh1ps
Northeast agaln retalned the Morrtson Trophy whtch IS awarded for all around athletlc
At the close of the term lames Gr1ff1ths was elected Pres1dent of the School Communtty for the
Th1s term marked thtrty years of pubhcatlon for the Megaphone In add1t1on to the usual 1ssue of
the paper there was a four page supplement whtch gave a brlef account of the years of pubhcatton
A specxal Alumnt Day was observed IU honor of the classes hav1ng annlversarles of BO 25 lO
and 5 years The day tncluded a tour of the school luncheon the Northeast Olney baseball game an
Alumn1 Show wr1tten espectally for the occasxon by Dr Marcus Kontck a dtnner and 1nd1v1dual
and general alumnt meettngs
Mr Nelson A McGowan of the Enghsh Department rettred after 30 years of teachtng at Northeast
Dr R1chard Abraham head of the Foretgn Language Department returned after a s1x months tour of
Europe and the Near East
The Megaphone once more rece1ved a FITST Place Award at the annual Columbla Scholastlc
Press Assoc1at1on Conventlon
The Northeast basketball team captaxned by Toe Belmont and coached by Mr Albert Clkel
Woolley drtbbled 1ts way through an exc1t1ng season to a heartbreaklng f1n1sh 1D the league playoffs
The Archtves playmg aga1nst Benyamm Franklln s ftve lost by one po1nt scored IH the last th1rteen
excellent work on the courts
The fenctng team coached by Mr Robert Bradbury dtd a f1ne lob all season and shared the
champ1onsh1p w1th Frankford and Bartram The sw1mm1ng team gurded by Mr Ray Mullan took the
c1ty t1tle The bowhng team annexed 1ts second consecut1ve league champ1onsh1p
Wtlltam Ramey emerged v1ctor1ous ln the school pres1dent1al elect1on
Mr Russell Tompkms of the Physlcal Educat1on Department and baseball coach resxgned after
2l years at Northeast wh1le Dr Samuel Gapp replaced Dr lames Gordon as head of the Engllsh
For many years Archlve soccer teams had proven the1r supremacy ID league competltlon Thls
term the streak of the booters was broken at ll3 league v1ctor1es The loss occurred on Qctober 22
when Frankford w1th ftne defenslve play turned back the Northeasters l O It was an away game
however and the Arch1ves ma1nta1ned the1r record of not hav1ng been defeated on thexr home fleld
dur1ng a fourteen year perlod Germantown gatned the tltle thus endlng a relgn of th1rteen years for
the Archlves although they f1n1shed the season w1th a respectable lO 2 l record
Our cross country team placed fourth ID the Publ1c League Champ1onsh1ps
The football team f1n1shed 1ts season w1th a 6 6 t1e agamst Central IH the annual Thanksa1v1ng
Day contest and wound up the season w1th a l 2 3 record
The mermen once agaln brought home the pubhc league t1tle for coach Mullan and Northeast
Thxngs looked prom1s1ng for next year s football and soccer teams as both the Tumor Vars1ty soccer
and football teams won the1r respect1ve league t1tles
Pres1dent Thomas Sawyer along w1th V1ce Presldents Russell Blackney lonathan Honore and
loseph Lenczyk took ofttce havmg been elected the prev1ous term
seconds of play. Toe Belmont was presented with the William H. Markward Basketball Prize for his
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NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL
BY HIS PERSONAL INFLUENCE CHARACTER AND INDIVIDUAL
ACHIEVEMENT HAS MADE A DISTINCT CONTRIBUTION TO
THE STUDENT LIFE NND WELFARE OF THE
NORTHEAST HIGH SCHOOL
IN RECOGNITION THEREOF THE SENATE
AWARDS THIS CERTIFICATE
rnsslomr or nm SENATE
PRINCIPAL or 'ms SCHOOL
The Northeast Senate Award IS one of the hlqhest
awards a Northeaster can recewe The award IS
glven only to those boys who have been outstandlnq
1n extra currlcular act1v1t1es It IS not presented for
athletlcs nor IS populamty lnvolved
Recxplents are chosen by a Senate commtttee
under the d1rect1on of Dr Rlchard Abraham When a
student applles for a Senate Award the comm1ttee
examlnes h1s record and selects those who have con
trlbuted the most servlce to the School Commumty
The number of awards QIVSH each term IS propor
txonal to the number of students at Northeast that
The members of the class ot Ianuary 54 who re
cexved Senate Awards are
Charles Boqdanotf Edward McKn1qh+
Dav1d Greenwood Stephen Petsls
DR RICHARD ABRAHAM lonathan Honore Henry Reddy
loseph Lenczyk Raymond Scheck
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A MEMBER OF THE CLASS OF BY REASON OF HIS
OUTSTANDING SCHOLARSHIP CHARACTER AND SCHOOL
CITIZENSHIP HAS BEEN ELECTED TO MEMBERSHIP IN THE
NORTHEAST HONOR SOCIETY
IN RECOGNITION THEREOF THE SENATE HAS AWARDED
THIS CERTIFICATE AND CONFERRED THE RIGHT TO
WEAR THE INISIGNIIA OF THE SOCIETY
The Honor SOCIGLY Northeost s most exclusive
orqomzotron IS composed of those students who hove
combmed both o good scholoshc record ond notoble
extro currtculor servlce to the school
Orlqlnoted n 1938 by Mr Rhoods the Northeost
Honor Socletv IS now under the sponsorshlp of Dr
Gopp The cond1dote must be d1st1ngu1shed ln h1s
sen1or yeor ond own e1ther o Senote Aword or o
vors1ty letter to be el1q1ble
It IS xndeed o greot dxstmchon to rece1ve such on
honor ond Northeost IS proud of these members
the outstondlnq students of Northeost Hlqh School
DR SAMUrL GAP?
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The members of our class who have been elected
to the Honor Society are:
The followmg books are recommended as good readrng matertal for the graduatmg
Cunnlng Clues for Catchmg Cutters
Ten Ways to Tougher Tests
The Evxls of Drmkmg
Care of the Harr
The New Deal
SIX Ways to Stop Smokmg
Frrst one on the board
That IS a demon w1ll you star rt?
Are you lOO', fully prepared?
Do you see?
Lets take lO mmutes out ot our dlscusston on sports tor Engltsh
We haven t got the trme
You ve got as much chance to pass as a snowball rn Hades
Do you have a word l1st young man?
I don t l1ke your attrtude
What are you a WISQ guy?
And IH the tltth gumtrle we have
You only get out ot Northeast what you put mto rt
Letghton K Smtth
lohn W Rhoads
Le1ghton K Smlth
Tohn W Rhoads
Tohn W Rhoads
Lerghton K Sm1th
Charles A Young
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The students ot Northeast are qulte proud ot the trophy cases wh1ch stand 1n the school hbrary
For many years awards for Northeast s outstandmg leadershlp ln athletrcs have been kept ID these
ln l922 the students of Northea t donated n honor of the late Dr Andrew I Morrlson the most
rmportant of all sports troph1es IH lnterscholastlc League competmon the Morrxson Trophy Northeast
has held thls trophy almost every year smce 1t was flrst placed 1n compet1t1on It 1S presented to the
school wh1ch has the best over all sports record each year
Another lmportant trophy the Terry Cup IS awarded to the best soccer team tn the c1ty each
year SIHCG 1945 Northeast has won the Terry Cup every year except 1947 l95l and 1952 In l948
Northeast shared 1ts possess1on w1th Glrard College
Northeast won the Wooden Horse Trophy lh1S year and has won 1t l1Ve t1mes mn the last seven
years w1th one t1e 1n 1952 The trophy IS a horse carved out of sohd mahogany by a former North
easter The wlnner of the annual Northeast Central football game keeps thls trophy for one year
Smce Northeast won th1s year s Thanksgwlng Dav game l2 7 we w1ll hold the trophy unt1l next
Other troph1es are the two Dutch Trophles presented to champtonshlp football and basketball
teams the Prmceton Cup awarded to baseball teams the Football ASSOC1Gl1OH ot Eastern Pennsylvanla
D1SlT1Cl Trophy to cross country aggregatlons the Matthew l O Brlen Trophy for track and held the
M1rror Trophy for swlmmlng the Leonardo Terrone Trophy tor fencxng the Henry Brachold Memor1al
Trophy for bowhng and the Markward Basketball Trophy presented to Guy Rodgers
These troph1es are a hne trlbute to the athletlc prowess ot Northeasters past and present
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the Pubhc League T1tle and tymg for the C1ty Champtonshlp
Led by All Pubhcs Ed Kramer Paul Boldtn Frank Brody and Aaron W1lson the Arch1ves rolled
over all oppos1t1on comp1l1ng a 9 O 1 record the only blem1sh of thexr outstand1ng record belng the
t1e by St Tames
The team operated very successfully from a T formatlon w1th Ed Kramer dolng the pltchlng
and B111 Rushxng Paul Boldm Bob Lucarml and George Keehfus carrytng the ball Boldln estabhshed
a league record by scormg 20 touchdowns The offenslve l1ne consxsted of Arrmgton and W1lson
ends Brody and Sharp tackles Haslett and Feenan guards and Beamon center On defense were
W1lson and Arrmgton ends Brody and Sharp tackles Wh1tley and Schwartz guards and Moyer
center The defens1ve backs were St1nson Rushmg Pmo Gale and Tones
After defeatmg Roman Cathollc 18 0 and Germantown Academy 19 O 1n non league matches
the team went on to defeat a stubborn Bartram eleven who f1n1shed second to Northeast 12 6 1n thexr
openmg league t1lt The Arch1ves returned home on October 15 to romp over Olney 32 O The
next opponent to come before Northeast was Mastbaum Tech When the dust had cleared the Mast s
were on the wrong end of a 31 O count After hum1l1at1ng Germantown 39 6 Northeast s grtdders
ran up agalnst the1r toughest oppos1t1on Dobbms but managed to come out on the rlght stde of a
26 12 score Gratz was an easy 21 O vlctory for the team The 65th trad1t1onal Thanksgwtng game
agatnst Central was a hard fought battle but once agaln the Martmmen were the vxctors 12 7 The
Crtmson and Gold put a real scare 1nto Northeast when they threatened to score w1th mtnutes left
but an 1ntercepted pass staved off the rally The vxctory over Central clmched the Publlc League
T1tle and set the stage for the Ctty Champ1onsh1p Game
Frankhn Fteld was the stte of one of the most thrtlhng contests smce the C1ty T1tle was xnaugurated
as Northeast faced St lames of Chester the Cathohc League wtnner The Arch1ves overcame a
quxck 7 O lead by the IIIUITIIGS to score 13 pomts 1n a Northeast domtnated ftrst half Northeast scored
agam 1n the thlrd quarter to lead 20 7 but St Iames snapped back wtth an end run attack to t1e 2O 20
and was on the verge of scor1ng agaln when they fumbled and Northeast recovered to end the game
Names hke Rushtng Kramer Brody and W1lson stood out but the whole squad turned IH an admxrable
Greatly responsrble for the success of the Arch1ves were head coach Charley Martln and hne
coach George Schmxdt Mr Martm who played under Gus Gelges tor Northeast returned to h1s alma
mater to w1n h1s flrst champ1onsh1p
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The Northeast Varsity Soccer team completed its 53 season by capturing the Public League
Crown and afterwards going on to win the City Championship from Girard College l 0
lt was a season with special significance for Northeast The booters had been beaten last year by
Frankford and Central and tied by Germantown which eliminated them from competition for the
Public and City titles Out for revenge they succeeded in defeating all opposition except Frankford
which turned the trick agam this year by dging the Archives 2 l The Frankford defeat did not carry
as much weight in the league standings this year since the Pioneers had been beaten twice before
The Red and Black booters clinched their first place position when they beat Lincoln l O in the last
league game of the season This gave the soccermen a l3 l record
The Mullanmen came through the r schedule nearly untouched by inluries The only serious loss
was Robert Kornsey center halfback who suffered a broken ankle during the Central game Coach
Mullan faced with the loss of his center half for the remamder of the season switched George lones
fullback to center half and pulled Walt Kudenlso from the forward line back to left fullback With the
new defensive lineup Northeast went on to finish its season and cop the City Title
The Archive booters exhibited true Northeast form all season Their passing attack and strong
shooting was the basis of the consistent playing which led them to the title
Alan Shane at inside right and George lanes at fullback co captamed the 53 squad Shane with 16
of fullback a key position in the Northeast defense
ln the outside left and right positions lohn Ferraro and lerry Mayall two excellent wingmen have
tallied l3 and ll goals respectively to furnish a threat on each wing to any team George King per
formed above average all season as goal tender
Graduating this year will be Alan Shane George lones George King lerry Mayall and lohn
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The hard runnlnq Cross Country Team placed second 1n the annual Publxc
League Champ1onsh1ps on the Strawberry Mans1on Course Thls season proved to be
a very successful one tor the Archwe Harrlers The two key men Ed Haley and Iohn
Thompson led the team to a VICTOFY over Lmcoln and West Phlladelphla The Red
and Black then 1ourneyed to Lansdale and scored a 22 28 v1ctory Th1s was a non
league meet Then the tollowmq week on Qctober 2l the team lost a close meet
w1th Germantown 96 98 wrth Frankford scormq l9l and Southern comma ln last wlth
a score ot 279 pomts
The tmal meet ot the season before the champ1onsh1p was taken by the Archwes
The Harrlers scored 71 pomts to Bartram S lO8 and Dobbms 128 polnts Coach
Gwen s pred1ct1on ot a good season was tultllled largely because many of last year s
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The Northeast l-hgh School Basketball Team coached by lke Woolley w1ll durmg the
53 54 season try to ma1nta1n the success that prevrous Archrve teams have ach1eved rn
the three years we have been at Northeast The Woollevmen have partrctpated 1D the playotts
each year wrth great teams led by such stars as loe Belmont and Guy Rodgers both ot whom
were chosen on the All Scholashc Basketball Team
Thrs year Coach Woolley has several veterans returnmg led by co captalns Don Davrs
and Stan Trmson They are backed up by the M1ghty Mrtes Mrke Qmaley Bob Parham
and Bob Schlembach Aaron Wrlson and B1ll Wrble are also returrma
The Publlc League w1ll dtscard the system of d1v1d1ng the srxteen teams 1lTO tour d1v1s1ons
and wrll revert to the old system ot havrng a stra1ght srxteen team unrt league The top tour
te ams IU the hnal standtngs wtll partrcrpate ln the Shaughnessy Playo s Thts does not mean
that a team w1ll play every team IF the Pubhc League There strll W ll be only l2 league
games on each team s schedule three reaulars fteams that are played 'N cel and srx other
publrc hrgh schools
Last year Northeast experrenced o e o tts most success ul sea o s Mr Woolley l
rat the school wrll agarn have a aooa t am tls s year but w1ll hav dr rcult task n ox
com1ng such obstacles as Strlts Charroe lam and Company on the .va to a charnptor hrp
The hoopers wrll lose co captaln Star lrmson and Aaron W1lson Nhe the lflflrd Clas
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The Northeast Track Team under the capable leadersh1p of Coaches Lester M Owen
Elmer Thelss and Bob Sm1th IS expected to do a ttne ob th1s season as 1t has IH the past
The cmdermen showed themselves as a powertul well balanced team last lune t1n1sh1ng rn
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Some of the ma1n events are the quarter m1le halt m1le and the two m1le relays Runnmq
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Wh1tney Edwards and Kasper
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Nlchols Green Andress Hlqh lump Robeson Sharpe Dav1s Paulhlll Harr1s Brown
Last term the Archwes downed Frankford South Ph1la Central Glney Germantown
Lmcoln Ben Frankhn and Dobb1ns
Senlor track stars are Moten Dukes Wllson lackson Wells Brody and Greenwood
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The Varsxty Baseball Team under the drrectton of Coach Walter Slbson frnlshed
the 53 season w1th 8 w1ns and 7 losse
After w1nn1ng both of thelr two pre season games agaxnst Penn Charter by scores
of 3 2 and 2 O the Stbsonmen were blanked ID the1r f1rst league game 8 O by Ben
Franklm The team came back w1th a 9 5 v1ctory over Slmon Gratz Bob Lucar1n1
then p1tched a two h1tter to defeat Dobblns 8 O The Archlves traveled to West
Phlladelphla where they nosed out a l3 l2 vlctory IU a htgh scorlng thrtller The next
contest resulted IN a 9 7 loss to Roxborough followed by a shutout by Olney 2 O The
team returned home to play Bok 1n a thr1ll1r1g ten 1nn1ng contest to w1n over the Blue
and Whrte 5 3 The Slbsonmen were paced by Dom1n1ck Molmarl ln an easy vlctory
over Germantown 8 3 Another w1n came when Northeast nosed out Mastbaum 6 5
on the Red and Blue s f1eld A strong Frankford team edged the Arch1ves by a 12 ll
score at Northeast s fleld The Archlves scored 7 runs IH the thlrd 1nn1ng to tr1umph
over lohn Bartram 12 9 Overbrook won a close lO 9 dec1s1on 1n twelve IHHIDQS The
Central M1rrors downed the Archlves wxth a 6 O shutout Southern defeated the nlne
on walks 4 2 but Northeast snapped back to defeat Lmcoln 51 1n the1r season
fmale to put the Logs out of the Champ1onsh1p
The startlng lme up was lB Dom Mohnarl 2B Leslle S1mmons 3B Don Mllls
SS Bob Gale LF Bob Coleman CF Al Tackson RF Tom Sawyer P Bob LUCGTIHI and
Ron Herrmg C Pete Back and Ron Thompson
The only graduatmg semor IS Domxnlck MOl1HOT1
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The Northeast Vars1ty Sw1mm1ng Team w1th two stra1ght Pubhc League Champ1onsh1ps
to 1ts cred1t and a new coach w1ll start the 1953 54 season as the tavor1te to repeat th1s year
Last year s squad dom1nated the league by ga11op1ng to v1ctory IH all s1X ot 11S Pubhc
1-hgh meets Br1ll1ant performance by the ent1re team led to v1ctor1es over L1nco1n 65 9
Mastbaum 65 10 Dobblns 52 23 Germantown 40 35 West Ph11adelph1a 53 21 and l1I'1OllY
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To top ott th1s great record the Red and Black members under Coach Ray Mullan emerged
v1ctor1ous 1n the Publlc League Champ1onsh1ps IH wh1ch B111 Rushmg was crowned 50 yard
freestyle kmg and Don Least1n1shedt1rst1n d1v1ng The 200 yard freestyle team of B111 Rushmg
Shep Arrmgton Ed Cuneo and Don Leas d1sp1ayed great form f1n1sh1ng f1rstata1 54 4 c11p
ln the Clty Champ1onsh1ps the Mermen lost a heartbreaker to St loseph s 30 45 The
score does not really 1nd1cate the closeness ot the meet SIHCG at least three Northeasters were
beaten by less than one tenth ot one second Bob Muzslay starred copp1ng the 100 yard
breaststroke and the 150 yard 1nd1V1dualmedley B111 Rushmg and Don Leas emerged v1ctor1ous
1n the 50 yard freestyle and d1VlDQ departments respectwely
Mr Clarence C1oth1er new Archwe sw1mm1na coach feels sure that w1th the ass1stance
of such mamstay semors as Bob Muzslay Charles Bogdanotf Ed Cuneo B111 Rushmg and
Shep Arrmgton the team w1ll aga1n be 1n the race to the champ1onsh1p All of the ato
ment1oned semors are three year vars1ty men
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Mr. Gustav Baaclc, in his tirst year as tennis coach, was torced to build the l953 sauad
with inexperienced players because last year's varsity members had all graduated.
Tom Chomentowski and Henry Schilling, who were tirst and second singles men
respectively, were chosen co-captains ot the sguad. Frank Zoltowoski and lim McCord rounded
out the singles team, while Tom Massey and Bob Richardson composed a strong doubles team.
Northeast lost to strong West Philadelphia and Central teams 5-O. Germantown, Lincoln
and Olney gained close decisions over the Archives, but the Red and Black netmen rebounded
by rolling over Bok and Bartram 5-O. They then defeated Gratz 3-2 and Roxborough 4-l,
while losing a hotly contested match to Southern, 3-2. The team ended the season with a
This year many freshmen tried out tor the team, showing there has been a revived interest
in the sport. Coach Baack is hopeful that the experience gained this year will aid in producing
a good tennis team next season.
Seniors are Bob Richardson and Frank Zoltowski.
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Last years gym team, piloted by Mr. Gustav Baack, showed marked improvement over the previous
season. The gymnasts placed higher in the league and had better total scores, thanks to Mr. Baacks
constant striving for team improvement. They beat such teams as Germantown, West Philadelphia,
and Ben Franklin: while losing to Dobbins, Gratz, Olney, and Southern. Their defeat by Dobbins was
close, losing only by ill points out ot a possible lTOO.
Graduation will take three experienced men: Captain David Greenwood, Mike Passamante, and
The boys ot the UE" and MF" classes will be trying out soon, and a lot will depend onthe willingness
ot the remaining members to give Mr. Baack a hand in getting the new tellows in shape. He will be
working under the handicap of a green team, and, in spite ot all his experience, his Job will not be
easy. Gnce the team realizes what is expected ot each member as an individual, it will be a touah
sauad to beat.
The Northeost High School Golf Teom is under the direction ot Mr. lohn Boyd, who will be serving
his sixteenth seoson os the mentor ot the Red ond Block Golfers. This will be the third consecutive
octive seoson tor the linksmen since the one yeor lopse in l95l. The previous two seosons hove not
been very successful becouse ot the lock ot experienced ployers, but this yeor it should be on entirely
ditterent story os the H954 Archives golt sguod will include severol two yeor veterons, who ore due tor
on excellent seoson. The title lost yeor wos copped by Roxborough High School.
Qt course, going out tor the golt teom otters o good chonce to eolrn on NE, but it olso oftords o
chonce to leorn o sport thot you con ploy tor the rest ot your lite, which is not true ot oll sports. The
Boydmen proctice ond ploy their home gomes ot the Tunicito Golf Course. Another volue of the teom
to Northeost is thot just by entering into Public Leogue competition voluoble points ore goined towords
the Morrison Trophy which Northeost hos held for mony yeors.
The Northeast Varsity Bowling Team under the direction of Dr. Samuel Gapp ended the
l9S2-53 Public League campaign in a tie for second place with Qlney. ln the All-City Bulletin
Cup meet the Archives took fourth place.
Finishing with a record of 30 wins and lO losses, the Red and Black defeated Mastbaum,
Cfratz, Dobbins, and Central by identical scores of 4-O. The other triumphs were 3-l decisions
over Frankford and Southern. The Northeast keglers tied in league matches with Lincoln,
the League Champs, Germantown, Clney, and Qverbrook.
Seniors Charles Schmidt and Bill Elia paced the team. Schmidt had 4616 pins in 30
games for an average of l54. Elia in 27 games toppled 4ll4 pins, compiling a l52 average.
With the TV team capturing the Public League Title, the new coach, Mr. Roland Doane,
should have an excellent team to represent Northeast next season.
Coach Robert Bradbury's fencers finished higher in the league in '53 than had been
expected. Mr. Bradbury, who had suffered the loss of all his varsity members except two, did
not expect to win many contests. He decided to concentrate on building his team for l954.
But the inexperienced tencers came through, finished in second place, losing only to
Haverford and Penn Charter in non-league matches, and to Southern High, the city
champions, while rolling over Bartram, Clney, and Frankford.
This year's team will suffer no great loss from graduation except Ronald Stewart, whose
specialty is sabre, and lohn Ellison, a foilman. The sguad hopes to win both team honors and
the individual championship.
Headed by Harry Childs, the team will include Henry Summers, Vince Campellone,
Frank Winston, Sherman White, Graynle Edwards, Lonnie Moore, Marshall lohnson, Leon
Bush, Carl Harrison, and Les Abramson.
The freshmen fencers are being taught by Mr. Bradbury, Mr. Frederick Pierce, new
assistant coach, and the older members of the team. The Fencing Club serves as a training
organization for aspiring young fencers. The boys who are the best in the club usually make
up the team which consists ol nine or ten men.
The l9S4 season will include exhibition tours to Kensington High, Girls High, and a few
iunior high schools. These trips to junior high schools are taken to encourage the younger
boys to take up fencing.
The Archive Crew has finished its fifth consecutive season of scu11ing after a 1apse of thirty-three
years. The sport was abandoned in 1916 and was not revived unti1 1948 when 1ohn Carlin, NE '15,
started the reviva1 movement by p1acing the Fairmount Rowing Association cost1y equipment at
the schoo1's disposa1.
A back breaking training schedule was 1aid out by Coach Robert Thomas to condition the
oarsmen. The day's practice began with racing starts which are extreme1y important in
competition. The boys then rowed to a point above the Strawberry Mansion Bridge and raced
back over a mi1e course. The total distance rowed each day was about seven miles. The daily
workout was then finished off with a mi1e run.
The team did fairly we11 considering that most of the men were as green to rowing as was
Coach Thomas. Most of the races were heartbreakers in which the Archives 1ost by a matter of
feet, or in photo finishes that were 1ost in the same way,
The coup de grace came in the race for the 13ub1ic
1-1igh Championship and the 1ohn Car1in Trophy. The
Northeasters pu11ed ahead at the auarter mi1e mark
and continued to widen the gap unti1 they finished with
open water between them and the 1?ai1sp1itters. The
jubi1ant crew was a11owed to think that they had won
unti1 five hours after the race, when they were po1ite1y
informed that they had been disguahfied for using N
number five 1ane instead of four. -
The varsity seniors are Richard Parker, George K
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TABLE TENNIS TEAM
The Northeast Table Tennis Team, coached by Mr. Georae Bchmidt, finished the TQB3
season in second place in Public leaaue standings with a record of 2 and 2.
Central has taken the chaniyjiopslnit iot.rteen years in succession with the Red and Black
usually close behind. The 1933 team consisted rriostly of freshmen.
The Archives played Ben Franklin and Central twice. Ben Franklin was defeated twice,
while the Bed and Black los: liofh meets with the Mirrors, giving the Centralites the
Tohn Bullock, Charles Kina, and Yaroslav Kaminsl-Ly were the rnainstays of the Archives
winning combination. This trio won a combined total of fifteen matches, while losing only
three. The doubles team ot Norman Bacon and Nate Human also aided the Archives with
their skillful playing, compiling a record ot tour wins and no losses.
Since they became sguad members, Bullock and King have a combined record ot 50
wins and l2 losses, with King triumphant in 27 ot 34 matches, and Bullock capturing 23 ot
The following boys played on the squad this season: Yaroslav Kaminsky, Charles King,
Tohn Bullock, Herbert Grant, Leo Paul, lerry loseph, lulian Ward, Norman Bacon, and
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