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lfty one students began their careers as fresh
men ln September 1946 They have excelled
In every sport and the honor roll has been fllled
wxth freshman names
Berme Gagen Jack Gagen Antone GaJesk1
Jack Donahue Newton Concepclon Bob and
George Machmchlck Herb Papurca Dan Flore and
Herb Cassldy have been actlve on the basketball
True love IS llke nectar
That when only tasted once
W111 rouse a spark of brxghtness
In even the dullest dunce
But a false love IS decelvmg
Heartaches are never fun
When the actor does stop actlng
The love affalr lS done
Llke myself some people w1sh
That they could only fmd
A way of lookmg far beyond
For thelr love has made them blmd
I thlnk that I have found a way
That IS better than them all
It ls, to keep your eyes ahead
And never fall at all
ln track events
The glrls not to be outdone have partlclpated
ln glrls mtramurals the Sprmg Festxval and
Chorus Many of those m the Chorus took part m
Early m December the class elected John
Donahue presldent Berme Gagen V1ce presldent
and Barbara Cochran secretary
Study hall IS a place for quotes
But not concernmg class
Study hall IS a place for notes
For everyone to oass
Study hall IS a busy place
Wxth bubble gum and stuff
Study hall lsn t study hall
Have I saxd enough?
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he Sophomores one of the smallest classes in
SHS returned to school determined to show
the rest of the high school that they fthe Sophsj
might be least but not last They d1d it too
On the basketball court playing for the Junior
Varsity were Al Beebe Frank Dickseski Al San
ford Gerry Bradnick and George Kaelm Art
Youngs and Paul Carroza were assistant managers
Frank Dxckseskl Art Youngs Gerry Bradnick
Stan Sadowski and Tom Murray manager con
tributed their share on the track team Al Beebe
and George Kaelm were on the baseball squad
Al playing regular third base position
Aside from the field of sports almost all ot
the Sophs belonged to the Glee Club and a few were
ln the Band The maJor1ty of the class partlclpated
in the Senior operetta The Swam1 of Bagdad
Then too the names of many Sophomores
could be seen on the honor roll Oh
though the Sophs may be least they are not last
he first assembly of the year was an address by
' Mr George Creaker a Journalist and foreign
correspondent Mr Creaker who was born in
South Afrlca and educated there as well as in Am
Future? He spoke of Noblesse Obhge our
obligation to our ancestors and things that formu
late people s opinions of our country
In November Niekavth Chorue a native of
Bombay India and a graduate of Oxford Univers
1ty spoke on the subJect India Land of Mystery
Contrasts and Problems Mr Chorue polnted out
the problems of Indla at the present time touchmd
upon the delicate caste ystem which rules the
everyday life of the Indlan people
Mr Chorue also humorously described how one
learns the English language and how confused the
twenty fou r
begmner is for example if do is pronounced doo
why isnt go pronounced goo?
Then with Rose Gradowskl as his model he
demonstrated the varlety of styles possible in wo
Out of his rich and varied experience Niek
avth Chorue gave us a clear picture of India as It
In January Mr Earl Hefmer a naturalist and
photographer of wild life addressed the students
on the subject Wild Life of New York State
His talk was of particular interest as well as a
help to the scienc students
Following his talk Mr Hefmer presented
colored movies showing the various stages of wild
lmfe such as the struggle for survival mngratlon
of birds in winter hibernation and the other com
mon occurrences in the llves of wxld anlmals
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umor Hrgh School
rades Seven and Elght we1e agam act1ve dur
1ng the year 1046 1947 Among the most 1m
portant endeavors were the Dance Festlval for the
glrls and Intramural basketball for the boys
The followmg glrls presented The Scotch Hlgh
land Dance Audrey Petty Ann McCaffery Kay
Young Theresa Moeller Jan1s Dlckerson Marllyn
Lytle Vera HHFTIS Irene Swenkoskl Sophle Stan
kew1cz Rose M1S1OSkl Florence Caley Sh1rley
Carroza Margaret Flscher Cynth1a Kmght Anna
Terry Nancy Hoyt Betty Kart and Betty Joyce
In the boys Intramural basketball two teams
were selected from the two grades and a schedule
of f1fteen games were played
The team composed of Benny Manasek Cap
tam Anthony Seproskl John Sxmon John Char
news W1l11am Fogarty John Lademann Louls Tay
lor and Earl Dlckerson won the champ1onsh1p over
the followlng team James Caley Captaln John
Satkosk1 Arthur Aksten Fred Cardmal Graham
Glover Fred Blados Robert McCaffery and John
he Sen1or Latm Club o ganlzed at the begln
n1ng of the term by electmg Barbara Sllleck
and Jack McCaffery consuls Marge McCaffery
Quaestor Clotxlde Karsten Cenatrlx and Emxly
Kaelm and Joan Rothman Scrlbae The organ1za
t1on meetmg marked the beg1nn1ng of a very suc
cessful season WhlCh mcluded the adoptlon of a
new const1tut1on and part1c1pat1on 1n several sup
pers and partles
The Lat1n I Club elected the followmg off1cers
Consuls Joan Kael1n and Robert Mach1nch1ck
Scubaes Barbara Cochran and Joan Cassldy
Quaestox Meryle Newbold Cenatrlx Mur1elMul
Of cou1se the chmax of th1s seasons feStlX1
tles was In1t1at1on on May 20 21 For two days
the twenty Goats assembled on the front steps
moxmng nd noon wearmg dlfferent colored socks
p1gta11s tled Wlth 11bbons and mens garters Con
the g1rlsJ w1th h1gh heel shoes and makeup tboys
mcludedj There they satlsfled the deslres of the
Honorable Senatores Each goat brought to h1s or
her boss a sweet morsel of food wrapped as a grft
s a token of hls undylng love for the hlghly es
After two days of subJugat1on the Goats on
the evemng of May 21 were led blmdfolded over h11l
and dale and through the streets of Southold F1n
lShlHg touches were added to the already admln
lstered horlors at the secret meetmg place and
then evelyone assembled ln the school cafeterla fo1
the formal 1n1t1at1on
Followmg the formal proceedmgs all partook
of the fme lefreshments provlded by Cenatrlx
Clotllde Karsten sandwlches punch and 1ce cream
When the Goats and Bosses depalted thls t1me
all of them wele full fledged membexs of the
Qemor Latln Club and throughout all the proceed
mes ex eryone observed the motto Sempez Socn
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