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Page 88 text:
F Zamborowski, H. Light, H. Pohlman
THE i953-54 Color Guard was composed of
Robert Wohlford, Ronald Lochocki and Ray-
mond McArthur on the American Flag side, and
Henry Pohlman, Harold Light and Frank Zam-
borowski on the Seneca's School Colors' side,
and the substitute was Robert Taylor.
The Color Guard opened practically every
assembly with a patriotic march down the cen-
ter aisles while the students stood at attention.
The flags were carried onto the stage where the
bearers crossed in the middle. The American
Flag was taken to the right side of the stage and
the Seneca Flag to the left side.
At Ronald Lochocki's signal, the students
saluted the American Flag, and the country for
which it stands. While Mr. Gilbert at the or-
gan, Mr. Wells at the piano, and members of
the band played the STAR SPANGLED BANNER,
the students sang the words to this patriotic song.
The members of the Color Guard, who were
chosen by Mr. Boehmer on their previousyear's
record with approval of their teachers, feel privi-
leged to take part in this patriotic activity.
R. Lochocki, R. McArthur
Page 87 text:
First Row: S. Panfil, O. Coleman, S. Andolina, D. Quatraro, E. LaPresto, R. Raushe, J. Nash, I. Thurn, W. Adams, R. Feirst,
Dill. Second Row: D. Strozewski, R. Makowski. I. McGlynn, R. Saberan, F. Gross, P. Giordano, P. Hynes, R. Nelson. Third Row: G
Arnst, J. Jedrowski, R, Kennedy, W. Rybanczyk, D. Van Elk, R. Giczkowskl, P. Pfeil. Fourth Row: J. Wojniak, G. Johannes, M
Fuller, R. Kalman, D. Crawford.
WHENEVER you find it difficult to converse with
a friend because of loud and vigorous sounds
coming from either the auditorium or the basement
practice room, you can rest assured Seneca's band
Go, man, go.
is practicing. Jam sessions, as the boys call them,
are held during the first, second, third, and seventh
periods every Tuesday and Friday.
Constantly trying to improve, the band is al-
ways coming up with something new and different.
This year, the something new turned out to be Joe
Wozniak and Gerald Arnst, two accordion players.
Under the expert guidance of Mr. Kenneth Wells,
Seneca's band takes a back seat to none. Seneca
can well be proud of the boys who have contributed
their time and effort to the band.
We played at the prom.
Page 89 text:
H. Breinin D. Wrobel E Ludwig E Kllflgler F BIUCH I Giambi'-2
Cheerleaders W 0
T HIS year the football team was backed up by an al-
most new group of cheerleaders. We lost all but
two of the last year members, but under the supervision
of Mr. Bingert, a new group was developed.
These boys, in their green and white sweaters, did
a fine iob in arousing the enthusiasm of the student
body. At every game, it seemed as if the roof of the
stadium was raised at least a few feet by the energetic
shouts of the football-happy students.
The boys also did their best to malce the rafters
ring in assemblies. At times the applause meter was
strained to the utmost by the loud cheers of the students.
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