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BEST FOOT FORWARD
g'Buckle down, Winsocki, buckle down!" From those
rousing strains which literally blew the velvet open upon
those kute kids-Katie, June, and company, speaking their
cheerful little earful of welcome--to the final curtain call,
1951's Senior Play was a howling success.
Highlights of the hilarious comedy, set in a boys' prep
school, were Don Remington discussing women, Gene
Cooper dancing with his pillow, Bill Chapman caught
"short", Joan Serio as his gorgeous date, Miss Delaware
Water Gap, Jeannie playing the blind date as only she
could, Joyce Ward in teacher's shoes, Bill Spencer, the
Prexy, who couldn't understand a young manis fancy,
Kevin's almost-Oxford accent, Roger, Myrna, Carmen, and
Ann convincing in supporting roles, Dick Gelatt of The
Weekly Bugle, Joyce being sweet and brave, Kay stunning
as the cynical Hollywood star on a publicity jaunt, Dave,
her world-weary agent, and finally Jack Morgan in the sym-
pathetic role of the unlucky Bud who had asked two girls
to the Prom.
Inspired direction by Miss Moxley, brand new flats by
Mr. Lantz and his boys, perfect props for the boys' dorm,
gorgeous gowns, and most of all, herculean efforts on the
part of the publicity and ticket chairmen were all factors
in a memorable event.
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First Row: J. Cunningham, M. Ferguson, Miss Brookfield, Advisorg I. Loeb, President, J. Miller, Secretaryg G
Tomlinson, Treasurer: D. Martin. Second Row: P. Plowman, J. Doebler, B. Dolan, P. Dailey, D. Fahr, L. Black
R. Loeb, A. M. Robertson, H. Powell, L. Bercher. Third Row: H. Neal, R. Slocum, F. Tetz, D. Sahler, E. Comfort
J. Wilson, R. Gelatt, A. Hamlin, J. Moore, J. Siskin, Vice-Presidentg R. Carleton, E. Cooper, L. Comfort.
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This year, for the first time, Southside's Honor Students come under the revised system which was
put into effect by the Student Council in 1947. A student committee, with Abraham Golos as chair-
man, and Mrs. Carolyn Austin as advisor, worked with a faculty committee under Miss Madeleine
Daly, to bring about a change that has affected every student for the past four years.
Report card marks were revised in order to provide a greater range of grades. 1, 2, and 3 were
abolished, and in place of them 'it was decided that A, B, C, D, and F should be used, with A+ 95, A
90, B 85, C+ 80, C 75, C- 70, D 65, and F 64-0. ln addition, the standards and requirements for sen-
ior honor rating were raised.
Thus, to receive graduation honors a student now must earn, instead of seventeen term 1's, twen-
ty-one term A's or their equivalent in B's-two Bis equaling one A. So that students will sustain effort
during the third and fourth years of high school, at least seven of these term A,s have to be acquired
in the junior year and the first half of the senior year, and at least two in the first semester of the
In view of this revolutionized method of marking, we can look with pride on this yearis honor stu-
dents and salute them for their ability and perseverance.
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