Northeastern High School - Crucible Yearbook (Detroit, MI)

 - Class of 1942

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-'THE REVIEW -1942-1 l Top Row 4Left to Rightm: Miss Elizabeth M. Masenich, sponsor, Emilia Sudol, Olga Yanowsky, Joan Chlebek, Rose Mary Mosakoski, Dorothy Rauchfleisch. Second Row: Stella Skwiat, Christine Smith, Jennie Wojtas, Dorothy Suda, president, Jacqueline Helwig, Violet Smolinski, Virginia Krucker. Front Row: Blossom Newcomb, Mildred Krucker, Virginia Lasky, Antonia Szczurek, Helene Lasek. HOUSE ATHLETES Angell House took the top h on o rs of the basketball season by defeating Democracy House once with the close score of 14 to 10, and Webster twice. The score was 25 to 30 in the first game, and 34 to 19 in the second game. High scorers for the entire series were An- thony Koblinski with 15 points, followed closely by Charles Lindsey, C. Rouselle, and Ralph Scavo, who were tied at 14 points each. William Kelsaw placed third in honors for individual high scor- ing with 12 points. Loyalty House took first place in the swim- ming marathon, winning the coveted Black Cat. Portia House placed second only 67 lengths be- hind the Black Cat winners, taking firm grip on the White Elephants ear steering it to second place. Jane Addams brought up the Black Scot- tie on a leash 785 lengths behind the second place Portialites. Loyalty House ................. 1998 Portia House .... . . .1931 Jane Addams ............. . . .1146 Swimming Scores Southeastern ....... 58 Northeastern Eastern ............ 56 Northeastern Denby ............. 57 Northeastern Highland Park ...... 63 Northeastern Cass ............... 48 Northeastern Hamtramck ......,. 44 Northeastern Northern , .......... 49 Northeastern January 16- Basketball Schedule Eastern, Here January 23-Cass, Theret January 30-Miller, Herein February 6- February 13 Northern, There -Pershing, Here February 20-Hamtramck, Heret February 27-Denby, There March March 13 6-Highland Park, Here -Southeastern, There tAfternoon Games TU THE UNDERCLASSMEN From graduates who have not participated in the widely numbered and varied sports which are offered to students by the excellent athletic department of Northeastern, we have received many comments which your sports editor feels are so significant and important that they are worthwhile passing on to the underclassmen. Yes, it does make a difference whether or not you participate in school athletics-a difference not only to you yourself but also to your school. One of the best places to get the requisites of good citizenship such as co-operation, co-ordin- ation of body and mind, self-control, initiative, leadership, dependability, and sportsmanship is on the athletic field or floor. Athletics not only make a difference in the physical structure of a person but they also affect his mental capacity and morale to a great extent. If an army's morale is low, the army is almost sure to lose every campaign until its morale has been strengthened to a very high degreeg like- wise if a school's morale is low, the school will undoubtedly lose every athletic contest in which it participates. There are many ways of build- ing morale. One of these ways is to have a strong backing for the team. In this phase of morale the person who would rather be a by- stander than an active participant is important. In proportion to the number of students now attending Northeastern, there have not been a proportionate number of athletesg therefore, we say to you underclassmen: if you are at all in- terested in athletics this department would like to have you on its different teams, so try out for one or all of the various sports offered at North- eastern. Moreover if you are not interested in participating actively in the several sports, re- member that you are needed on the sidelines to strengthen the morale of the team so that they will fight harder than ever before. It might be a little louder yell at the proper time, a word of encouragement now and then, or a larger turn- out with many more participants. These and only these improvements will spell for North- eastern-V I C T O R Y ! Mermaids Page Fifteen

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H- THE REVIEW -1942 Hockey Team 1 Top Ro-w 1Left to Righti: Dorothy Parker, Mary Clark, Fannie Lanier, Louise Trkovich Irene Mostowa, Ellen Cassanite, Helen Wasilyco, Helen McQueen, Phyllis Mangiapane, Mary Gasvoda. Second Row: Miss Ruth L. Wyckoff, Varsity Coachg Dorothy Sawicki, Wanda Kukawski, Ola Royal, Dorothy Culver, Cecelia Lewandowski, Betty Loth, Rajane Spivey, Dorothy L. Leith, Reserve Coach. Third Row: Rita Mlotkowski, Agnes Skrzypiec, Shirley Olson, Betty Grenzke, Elizabeth Warren, Ruth Nowo- sielski, Ardis Pacely, Wanda Skurski. Front Row: Ann Hardy, Virginia Zablocki, Beatrice Tate. Esther Chetosky, Agnes Lash, Jean Cothern, Virginia Szymanski. FEW ATHLETES CARRY LAURELS FOR SENllOlRS This year's graduating class has the fewest athletes of any class in at least the preceding 11 years. Inasmuch as accurate records in The Review office go back only 11 years we cannot include any facts prior to January, 1932. Counting both girls and boys, the class of January '42 has a total of 13 varsity athletes who are distributed among five different sports ranging from tennis to football and swimming. In the preceding years the number of gradu- ating athletes have ranged from 18 to 25 with only one class even approaching the low set by the class of '42. The class of January, 1941, had but 14 athletes who were recognized by the ath- letic department. Among the reasons for this new decrease in the number of athletes, is the increase in em- ployment possibilities which turns many out- standing athletes to Work instead of sports. A list of the departing falcons and falconettes fol- lows immediately. Graduating Boy Athletes Peter Joseph Cavalli ..............,.... Baseball Daniel Wentworth Cunningham ...... Swimming Albert Joseph Hatala ............ ,..... T ennis Stephen W. Kostinko ........... ..... F ootball Eugene Edward Krezenske ..... .... S wimming Edward Kukla ........................ Basketball Theodore Zemenick ............,..... Swimming Graduating Girl Athletes Esther C. Chetosky ....,.....,............ Sports Lucille Ruth Dlugoszewski ..... ...... S wimming Louise Ann Gansenhuber .... ...... S oprts Mary Alice Govan ........ ........ S ports Dorothy Lasky .........,.. .... S wimming Dolores Marie Nawocki ..., .... S wimming Page Fourteen OlUTS'lFANDllNG ATHLETES Although Eli Avromov and James Rhoades are not graduating this term, but in the class of June '42, your sports department feels that some acknowledgement should be made of the feats they have accomplished this semester in their respective fields of football and cross-country track. Eli Avromov, a guard on the falcon football team fo-r the last three semesters, was named by the Free Press on the first all-city team and by the News and Times on their second teams. The News also gave him honorary mention on the all state team. James Rhoades, who is on the cross-country team and also a varsity indoct' and outdoor miler, placed seventh in the city two-mile meet with a timing of 10:27. According to Coach Seymour H. Brown, Rhoades would have ranked higher in the standings if he had not injured his side. Football Scores Northern ........... 13 Northeastern Denby .... ...... 6 Northeastern Eastern ...... . . . 7 Northeastern Hamtramck . . .... 7 Northeastern Southeastern ....... 19 Northeastern Highland Park ..... G Northeastern Varsity Hockey Southeastern ...... 0 Northeastern 'Flat Rock ......... 0 i'Northeastern 'Central .,... . . . 0 rNortheastern 'Mackenzie . . . . . 0 i'Northeastern Northern ...... . . . 0 Northeastern Southeastern ...... 1 Northeastern Denby ......... . . . 1 Northeastern Hamtramck . . . . . . 1 Northeastern Pershing .... .... 2 Northeastern i"Playday



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ll-ll-Y l Top Row fLeft to Rightli James Rhoades, Edmund Zawadzki, Joseph Zapytowski, Clement Piekar- ski, Edmund Wierzbowski, Stanley Robakiewicz, Edward Milewski. S e c o n d Row: A r t h u r Szczesny, Andrew Wasilyco, Richard Karlewski, John Chaklos, Andy Kolar, Harry Pruitt, John Stankowski. Third Row: Peter Mandruk. Edward Ereaux, Vasel Mitteff, Frank Malarczyk, Richard Kipke, Ervin Wochoski. Front Row: Robert Kline, treasurerg Joseph Smoley, presidentg Harold E. Cutter, sponsorg Edward Kula, vice presidentg George Patrick, secretary. Commencement Exercises MUCK ELECTIONS Northeastern High School I y , I Forty-ninth Ambitious .......,......,....... Allreda Lenassi PROCESSIONAL Wednesday Evening, January 28, 1942 At Eight O'clock HPRIESTS MARCH' from Athalia. .Mendelssohn Northeastern Orchestra "STAR SPANGLED BANNER" ,....... .... S mith Orchestra-Choir-Audience HINTERMEZZOU ....................,,.. Provost "I HEAR AMERICA SINGING" .... Peter DeRose Northeastern Choir ADDRESS HONORABLE JOSEPH A. GILLIS Judge of Recorders Court PRESENTATION OF DIPLOMAS RECESSIONAL HVICTORIOUS LEGIONS MARCH". .J. S. Seredy Northeastern Orchestra CLASS MOTTO "Through hardship to the stars." cPer asperi ad astral CLASS COLORS Green and Gold SENIOR BANQUET "Starlight, star bright, first star I see tonight" is George Patrick ltoastmaster to your. That's right! Tonight is Thursday, January 29, 1942. It is exactly six-thirty here at the downtown Y. W. C. A. shimmering in Green and Gold with stars of the 12A class. Soon the first starsg namely, Marjorie Draper, Alfreda Lenassi, and Robert Cornfoot, will loom over the horizon. Then 12A President Dan Cun- ningham, as the setting star, will transfer his glory to the rising star, the 12B president, George Duditch. This presentation of the trowel is the traditional way of passing the class leader- ship on to on-coming seniors. After dinner the stars will beam over the music of the boys' quartette and Amelia Achczenski. Finally Principal Charles M. Novak will present the star of hope, his farewell address. At nine o'clock the stars will twinkle on the dance floor with the music of Steve Woloson and his band. At twelve o'clock the old 12A stars will complete their orbits and seek new horizons -perhaps a little starry-eyed. Page Sixteen Athletic Girl .. Athletic Boy . . . Bad Boy ..,.. Bashful Girl . . . Bashful Boy . . . Bachelor ........ Banker ........... Best-dressed Boy . . . Best-dressed Girl . . . . . Betty Co-ed ..... Blues Singer . . . Brain Trust . .. Chatterbox ...... Class Class Class Class Class Corny Baby ...... Know-It-All Mother .... Spirit ....... . . Stooge . . . Dreamer ........... Efficiency Expert Giggles ....,.,,.. Golddigger ....,. Glamour Boy . . . Glamour Girl . . . Gossip ...,.... Honey ....... Jitterbug .... Joe College .... Junior Miss . . . Kid Sister Mascot .... Musician . . . Pal .......... Pest Piano Player .... Play Boy ......., Romeo and Juliet Revolutionist .... Speedy .......... Seaman ......... Sweet Young Thing .... Strong Man .......... Wolf Wolfess .... . . .Esther Chetosky . , . . .Lucien Fryling . . . .Joe Paradowski . . .Sophie Barcewicz . . . . .Edward Kukla . . . .George Patrick . . . .Arthur Szczesny , .. . . . . .John Knecht . .Dorothy Strzelczyk . . . . . .Rose Zwolinski . . . . .Yvonne Ouimet Lucille Dlugoszewski ..Walter Gawlowski . . . . .Arthur Dolenga . . . . . , .Faust Kalata Florence Wesolowski . . . . .Mary Staltman . . .Stanley Szumilas . . . .Robert Cornfoot , . .Beulah Baldwin . . . , . .Lottie Stadnik . . .Delphine Zaklicki . . . . . .Irene Iwasko . . .James Livingston .......Ida Di Rocco . . . .Helen Pupkewicz . . . . .Yolanda Iacco . . . .Hugo Schiavi ........Bob Betzing . . . . . . . .Helen Leach Dolores Piontkowski ..Margaret Bauman . .Amelia Achczenski ........Ted Kokubo Stanley Kaczorowski . . .Eleanore Bradach . . .Dan Cunningham . . ..... Eugene Krezenske Marjorie Draper . . . . . .Frank I-Iostnik . . .Alfreda Strzelecki ..........Joe Hass . . . ,Gloria Skibicki . , . .Ted Zemenick . . . .Ted Roman . . .Virginia Suma

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