Stetson High School - Oracle Yearbook (Randolph, MA)

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I ' ' ' " , , - , ,, '- k ' A , . . , 1 - - - 1 , , , . - RANDOLPH MASSACHIISFTTS jk Five S NIOR CLASS Lbo MCELROY Premlem JANE SBAVERNS Vue Premient MARIE RYAN Secrelury HFRBFRT SAUNDIIRQ Tremmer SHS CLASS OFFICERS . . . 1 9 4 9 S I' N I 0 R S ALBERT LEONARD BAILEY 'Though I am aluags rn have I am never m hurry Stetson Band I 2 3 4 IRENE LORRAINE BARTZ Cheerfulneu I5 the offfhoot of goodnen A A 1 3 Minstrel Show 1 Band Concert 2 3 Rrfle Club 1 Drlvrng Club 3 Grrls Cholr 1 2 3 Rad1o Broadcast 2 3 junlor Play Orchestra Com mrttee 3 Lrbrary Staff 4 OSMOND JOSEPH BENJAMINO Posrerred of an adrrzzruhle dupoxmon and good character Footballl 2 3 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 Baseball I 2 3 4 South Shore All Star Team 49 Bandl 2 3 4 Band Broadcast WBET 3 Musnc Festxval 1 2 3 4 Rlfle Club I 2 Student Counc1l4 Football Dance Commlttee 4 JANICE CLAIRE BEVERLY A gzrl uho quzetly uzndr her nay and does her dum day hy dag JAMES FREDERICK BLAKELY A A Club 3 Driving Club 3 CATHERINE ALICE BREWSTER 'To thofe uho know thee not no uordr can pam! lb A AeeMember1 2 3 4 Chorusl 2 Rlfle Club 4 F H A Member3 4 BERTHA ESTELLE BUSSEY and tell of dayr rn goodnerr spent A A Member 1 2 3 4 Drnvmg Class 3 jumor Play Orchestra Commlttee 3 ELIZABETH MARIE CALLAHAN I have a knack of doing uhal I ought not to do Twnrhng I 2 3 4 A A Member I 2 Oracle Busmess Staff 3 Basketball I 2 Chorusl 2 Mm strel Show I J UNE EVELYN CAPSTACK She doeth little kzndnerres uhzch 'mort leare rm done Honor iocnety 3 4 ALICE INGEBORG CHRISTENSEN AJ merry ax the day rf lorg A A Memberl 2 3 F H A Club3 Chorusl Cholr 3 Oracle Lnterary Staff 4 'QKSQYIQJ L . 1 , d If H ' il - - , Z Q 1 Z , , , , , , 2 ' , . 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I - H ., 1 U , . - - , , S - - - Q S S I IN I O IR S IRENE ELIZABETH CONNOLLY Oh for the pouer to Jpeak ones thought ufth grace Mmstrel Show I Cholr 7 Lxbrary Staff 7 3 A A Member I 3 MARY JANE CONNORS No plearure zr comparable to the rtandrng upon the zantage ground of truth Choir I 2 3 Minstrel Show I Llbrary Staff 4 Rllle Club 1 Chorus I 2 Band Concert 2 3 Drnv mg Club 3 HENRY MARSHALL COOKE A leu honert men are better than numherr Band 1 2 3 4 Mass Music Festxval 7 3 4 Na txonal Honor Socxety 3 4 New England Musnt Festl val Z 3 4 RnfIe Club 1 Scnence Club 4 FRANCIS XAVIER CORRIGAN My nature tr that I incline to hope rather than tn ear Football I 2 3 4 Basketball I 2 Sophomore Class Treasurer 2 Lunchroom Staff 4 Iunnor Class Play 3 Senxor Class Play 4 DAVID LEROY CRIMMINS A lzttle nonrenfe non and then rr relzfhed hy wzrert men Football Manager 2 3 4 Basketball Manager 3 f Baseball Managerl Z 3 4 Lunchroom StafI4 lntra mural Basketball I Best Worst Dressed Hobo at Sen nor Dance 4 DOROTHY LOUISE CROCKET In her tongue 15 the lau of hzndners Twrrlmgl 3 4 Band Concertl 3 4 Band es txva 3 IAMES EDWARD CULLEN let earh man do hu heft MARJORIE JO ANNE CURLEY Little tatkx make large returns Chorusl Basketball 3 4 A A Memberl 7 3 ANGELO EDWARD DANGOIA Little Jtrokel fell great oaks I-ootball 4 Baseball 7 3 4 Oracle Stal? 4 Intra mural Basketball 2 A A Collettor I 7 RICHARD ALBERT DAVIS Nothmg :J ltltle to htm that feelf 11 uzlh great Jenszhtlzt, Rxlle Club I Class Play I I94J A? 1 1 1 1 ., , - ,. , -, -, 1 - f , .., , 4. -, , , , , , 'L 7 Y 1 1 - 7 - ,. 1, 1 , l H D 1 ' "I 3 5 - 3 ! 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' . , ,f , , , S IF N I O IR S MARILYN ANNA DICKENSON Her beaut maker thu vault a feasting preterzee full of lt ht Rnfle Club I Student Councll I 3 Class Play 3 Llbrary Staff 2 3 Magazlne Drlxe 2 A A Member RUSSELL EDWARD DOLAN Fvery many affatrf hou ever lzttle are important to hzmrelf B sketball 3 4 Baseball 3 4 Dramatlcs 3 4 Student Councxl 3 4 Football Dance Commlttee I Office Stagf 3 4 LDITH ELIZABETH DRISCOLL I 11111 be the pattern of all patzerlec mr I EMILY CATHERINE EDUNAS Say ar you tlymk and Jpeak zt from your mul Choir 7 3 A A Memberl 7 3 4 Rnlle luh I Honor Soclety 3 4 CLORIA ANTONIA FELACCIO Lau 19 and the uorld laugbf uzth you A new member of our class MARY LOUISE FORRESTER for my part Id tell the truth and rbame the afevzl Cholrl 2 3 4 Chorusl 2 3 4 Safe DI'lVlI'lg 3 Racllo Musncal 3 4 Band Concert 3 4 Ulunlor Class Tncket Commlttee 3 Mmstrel Show I A A Collector 4 PAUL FRANCIS FRANKENBURGER Wit and uzrdom are born uzth a man Basketball 7 3 4 SCICHCC Club 4 PATRICIA SHIRLEY GAFFNEY Honert labour beam a lovely face Tw1rl1ng I Oracle Business Staff 1 2 3 Jumor Play 9 Senlor Graduanon Usher 3 Ofhce Staff 3 4 Cheerleader 4 A A Memberl 2 3 4 A A Col lector 3 4 Gxrls Chonr 2 Chorus 7 3 FLORENCE GERALDINE GARDNER It.: a very good uorld to lzve m or 7 Basketball 2 Rlfle Club I A A Memher I 7 Oracle Llterary Stal? 4 BARBARA ANN GILLIS A very rzbbon rn the cup of youth A A Memberl 2 3 4 Music Fest1val2 3 f Usher Senlor Prom 3 Chorus I 2 Chorr I 2 Mm strelShow1 Twnrlerl 2 3 Band Concertl Z 3 f Tucker Commnrtee Iunlor Play 3 Drum Mayorette 4 'AY tr? 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U . .r 7 1 Y I ' 2 , ,L , ,.,42 -A , 'Q 5 IL N 1 0 R S MILDRED CATHERINE GODFREY Youa' kfmu her hy her merrzment the tumble in her eye Twlrlmg l 2 3 Drum Malorette 4 Band Concert I 2 3 4 Mmstrel Show 1 Bowl1ngClubl junior Play Usher 3 Graduatxon Usher 3 Band Festxval 7 3 4 Iunchroom Staff 2 Chorus l 3 Chonr 7 3 Llbrary Staff 3 4 OHICC Staff 4 Magazlne Drxve f A A Memberl 2 34 JUDITH ANNE GRAHAM Beauty J emtgn get :J crzmfon zn thy lzps and rn tha cheeks Office Staff I 3 4 Rlfle Club 1 jumor Play A A 1 2 A A Collectorl GERALDINE RUTH HAWKINS She 11 pretty t0 ualk uzth and uzttg to talk utth and pleafant too to thtnk on Vlce Presxdent 1 Oracle Buslness Staff I 2 OHICC btaffl 2 Twxrlmgl 2 4 A A Memberl Z 4 JACQUELINE DAVY HAWKINS We hrzou rtothtng of tomorrou our huttneu :J to he good and happy today Lnbrary Staff 1 2 3 Honor Society 3 4 A A GWENDOLYN LOUISE HERMAN Her votce ua! ever soft gentle and lou an ex cellent thzng tn a 11 oman A A Memberl 2 3 4 Chorusl Basketball 2 3 4 EDWARD CAREY HOEG A merry face IJ the reflectzon of a merry heart Football Z 3 4 Basketballl 2 3 4 Baseball 1 Z 3 Bandl 2 3 4 WBET Broadcast 2 3 4 Mus1c Festlval ln Mass 1 2 3 4 Lunchroom Staffl 2 3 4 JAMES MAURICE HURLEY Word! pay no rlehtr Library Stal? 4 Senlor Actlvxty Committee 4 jun lot Play 3 Chorus 1 2 3 4 WBET Broadcast 3 Oracle Lxterary Staff 4 BARBARA ANN HURRY A true ttrong and mum! mmd If the mind that can emhrace equally great thtngJ and .vmall A A Member 3 4 Band 3 4 Musxc Festival 3 4 Catholnc Youth Parade 4 junior Play Usher 3 Twlrlerl 2 Broadcast 3 OfT1ceStaff4 Dance om mnttee 3 THEODORE ARNOLD INGEMANSON 'Thou art urueen hut et I hear thy rhrzll deltght MARILYN ANN IOHNSON I make hola' truths rzng out lzke Jpun A A Memberl 7 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Usher at jumor Play 3 F H A Member 3 94962133 '1 1 Y 4L h - vl - ., , -. ,. , - , -.., ,, . . 4. , U .. , , 3, . , . f , t ,, ' . 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A A Member3 4 F H A Member 3 JEAN ANN KELLY From her .shall learn the perfect uayx of honour Class Secretary I Oracle Busrness Stat? 1 Soph omore Class Party Comm1ttee 2 Mmstrel Show Honor Socxety 3 4 Jumor Class Play 3 Lnbrary Stat? 3 Lunchroom Staff 3 4 A A Memberl 2 3 4 Semor Actxvlty Committee 4 Servmg Committee Senxor Party 4 Basketball Team 1 Basketball Man ager 4 Magazme Drive Collector 1 2 3 Senior braduatnon Usher 3 Semor Decoration Commlttee 4 Oracle Lxterary Staff 4 Prmcxpal s Llst 2 3 Glrls State Candidate 3 Catholic Youth Parade 4 Twrrl mg 1 KATHLEEN MARIE KEMPTON Rather than love than money than fame give me truth Twnrlmgl 2 3 4 Basketball 3 F H A Club 3 BARBARA LETITIA KILEY I am the very pznk of courexty Safe Drxvxng Class 3 MARY MARGARET KUEHL I remember that I once wax young nj lzved uzth the worldr godx among Chorus 1 Jumor Class Play Tncker Commrttee A A Member 3 4 OSEPH HERBERT LACEY The monument: of wzt .furvwe the monuments of A A Memberl Rlfle Clubl 2 Football 3 4 WILLIAM LANCKE Men of feu u ords are the hex! men Lunchroom Staff 2 PATRICIA ANN LEAHY Leave .rzlence to the g0dJ I am but human Mmstrel Show I GIIIS Chorusl 2 3 Musxc Fes tnvall 2 A A Member 3 4 Dr1vers Club 3 Chorus OHN STANLEY LEONARD Lzfe :J very short and very uncertazn let uf Jpend tt as uell ax we can Baseball 1 2 3 4 Basketball 2 4 Football 2 3 Dramatlcs 3 Mass Musnc Festnvall 2 3 4 Band Concert 1 2 3 4 Rad1o Broadcast 2 3 4 Ba cl BARBARA ANN LYMAN He uho haf knoun her mule haf knoun per ectton Mmstrel Show 1 Gxrls Cholr 1 2 3 Actxv ty Commrttee 4 jumor Play Tlcket Commrttee 3 L1 brary Staff 4 Chorus l 2 Dr1v1ng Club 3 Band Concert 2 3 il77f?191J T 'T ' X " , ry - - , , . . . . 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U r r . v f ' lr , y 1 , 1 9 1 ' Y , , , , . 2 " Q if S li N I O R S IEANNE ANN MAQAULLY For truth :J precmuy and a'11zr1e A A Member l 2 3 4 Usher junnor Play 5 C lee Club l 2 Cholr l 2 AGNES ANN MaCLELfAN I hate nobody I am zn charity ufth the uorld o1r12AAMemberl254FHA Safe Drrvmg Club 5 JOHN NEIL MatLELLAN A hdppy Combination of fortuztouf Llfllllltfldflfej Lunchroom 2 DONALD AVIIRY MaCPHERSON He goes hu .rmooth way Football 2 3 4 Football Kmg 4 FLMER FRANCIS MAGNUSSEN He read: much He 15 a great ohxerzer ROBERT ANDREW MARCONI Hu nature 15 too noble for the uorld Footballl 2 3 4 Lunchroom Staff 2 3 4 MARY JOAN MCDONNELL I look upon every day to he loft zn uhzch I do Vrce Presrdent 1 Twrrlnng l 2 3 Oracle Busmess StaHl 2 3 AA Member12 3 4 PATRICK THOMAS MCDONNELL Men are but children of a larger grou th LEO CHARLES MCELROY My bounty tr af houndlefr af the rea The more I gzve the more I have A A Collector 1 Treasurer of Student Councrl 7 Band 1 2 3 4 President of jumor Class 3 Semor Class Presndent 4 Contestant nn Quxz Program 3 Sen nor Actxvrtnes Commxttee Semor Servmg Commlttee 4 Decoratlon Commlttee for Semor Party 4 Room Captam of Magazlne Drxve 7 Mass Musnc Festxval l 7 3 4 Concertl 2 5 4 Radxo Broadcast 3 JANICE ARLIINE MOFFORD I ree the right and I approre rl ton Bandl Z 5 4 Chorusl 7 Drnvrng, Club a 1949 if? 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V 1 . 1 1 ..., , . 15 11 S If N I O IR S GRACE MARIE QUINN The very funk of perfedzon Oracle Staff 2 Lnbrary Staff 3 junnor Class Usher 3 A A Member l 2 3 4 junuor Class Party En rertannment Commnttee Chorus JOANNE AGNES RODD Szlenre haf many advantage: Grrls Basketball l 2 3 4 jumor Play Usher Bowlmg Clubl A A Memberl 2 3 4 JOSEPH STANLEY ROZEN 'The courageour raplazn of complzmentf Student Councll I 2 Publlc Speaking 4 Scnence Club Treasurer 4 Band 3 4 ACIIVIIICS Assocxatlon I 2 Lunchroom StafI3 4 Oracle Staff 4 MARIE JOSEPHINE RYAN Dueretzon of Jpeerh rr more than eloquence an to .rpeak agreeahly io h1m uzlh uhom ue dea :J more lhan to Jpeak an good uordr or zn good order Secretary Sensor Class 4 D A R Representatlve Delegate for Government Day 4 Semor Actxvmes Commlttee Servlng Commltree Semor Party RONALD ANTHONY SACCO None har mented my fear and none has quite er raped my Jmzle Mnmeograph worker 4 HERBERT FRANCIS SAUNDERS Knou ledge 15 Power Basketball 2 3 4 Baseballl Rnfle Clubl Scxence Actrvmes Commlttee 4 JANE AUDREY SEAVERNS I have known very uell what I ua! underlakmg and I have done 11 very ue!! etballl234AA 234Stu Counclll Vice Presldent 2 3 4 F H A 3 Cholr I 2 3 Chorus 2 3 Jumor Play 3 Radno Broadcast 3 Concert 2 3 Rrfle Club I Drnvmg Club 3 Deco ratnon Commrttee Semor Party 4 WILLIAM JOHN SHANKS 'The thvrft after happznerr u never exfznguuhefl rn lhe heart of man A A Member l Drnvmg Club 3 Tucker Com mnttee 3 Actnvnry Commnttee 4 WILLIAM OHN SMALL I Sludzour to pleare yet not arhamed to far! Band l 2 3 4 Rrfie Club I Stage Manager jumor Play 3 Stage Manager 4 Scenery Commnttee junnor Play 4 Sclence Club Vlce Presndent 4 GARDINER ELMORE SMITH Far may ue rearch before ue fm! a heart J manly and Jo kind Basketball 2 3 4 Footballl 2 3 4 A A Cl lector l Presxdent Sophomore Class 2 Baseball 1 Oracle Busmess Staff l R1He Club 3 Scnence Club f 9-I9 if -Z? 1 , 4 I x 4 - K 1 ' Q' ' .9 . . Q, , . 4 - 3 . . H - , ,, ' ' , . ., 3 ' 33 1 - - y y sy - , - - H . , L . . 1 . , S ., 1 - U - - - , d , , ' ,' , , 1 I! Q . . . ' 3 Z g . ' IJ' I I ,, - -, ' . 1 I 9 ' 1 . Club 43 Student Councnl 23 Class Treasurer 45 Semor . - j -U Bask , , , g . . 1, , , 3 dent L I , , 5 . . -.5 1, , 5 ,ns is 1. ,I 5 G 9 .9 - ' JI - I S . . S .Q - .5 . " ' ' n . , I Y , , 2 S .5 4 4 1 . ,. X V I 0 U, , 1 , , , L - - 0- 5 . I I 5 I Z 1 l- 1 1 A , S F N I 0 R S LOUISE FRANCES SMITH A merry heart doeth good like a medzczne A A Member 5 4 F H A Tncket Commrttee Jumor Play 3 ANNABELLE ELLEN STOLTZ She treatr ttme as ff tt uere her oun znventzon A A Memberl 2 Mmstrel Showl Oracle Stall 4 Oracle Busmess Staff 4 VUILLIAIVI BLAIR STYMEST 'The proper memory for a polzttctan tr one that know: uhat to remember and what to forget Rrfle Club l Junror Class Play 5 Lrbrary Staff 4 Semor Actnvrty Commrttee 4 Baseball 3 Magazine Drrve Student Busmess Manager 4 A A Member l 7 3 4 Oracle Lrterary Staff 4 LORRAINE MARGARET SULLIVAN By all thatr good and glorroux GleeClub1 2 3 4 Crochet Clubl F H Radro Program 3 4 Mmstrel Show l A A Mem berl 2 3 4 Concertl 2 3 Lrbrary Staff3 4 Committee 3 Lunchroom Staff 3 BERNARD JOSEPH TANNER He uho har once been happy II for aye out of dertrurtzon .r reach Cookmg 3 Chorus 1 7 3 Lunchroom Staff Radlo Broadcast 2 3 GERALDINE ANNE TIERNEY One-blessed ruth each talent and each art to please Chorus 1 2 3 Drrvmg Club 3 A A Member 1 2 3 4 M1nstrelShowl jumor Play 3 Concert 3 Delegate to Grrls State 3 Lunchroom Staff 1 4 ROBERT AMBROSE TIERNEY He trted the luxury of dorng good Baseball 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 Football 3 4 Dramancs 4 RUTH CLAIRE TIPPETT Eye: of unholy blue Mmstrel Show 1 Oracle Staff 4 Oracle Busmess Stall 4 RICHARD MANN TOWNS Let every man be marter of hu Mme Basketball 7 Football 2 Chorus 1 2 ARTHUR JOSEPH TRINQUE 'To do eartly uhat otherr find dtffzcult tr a talent A A Member l Scnence Club 4 7f?il?ll9 9 .J ,. 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S ll N I O R S ALBERT WILLIS WALLACE Look at my uorkr you mzghty and derpalr Slnde Rule Club I Class Treasurer l 2 Oracle Stal? 7 Junnor Class Play 3 Debatlng Club 3 I Oracle Lrterary Staff 2 3 4 Suente Club 4 Natrona Honor bouety 3 4 GEORGE EDWARD ZIRNGIEBEL u zll hear me A A Member l Football 3 4 HENRY JOSEPH LABELLE A man be seems of cheerful yexlerdayr and confi dent lomorrour Band 1 2 3 4 Intramural Basketball 2 Musrc Festnval 1 2 3 4 Senror Party Servmg Committee 4 Radio Broadcast 4 fNo Pncturesl GENEVA MARIE CANNIZZARO Many :mall tbmgr make a great Narlonal Honor Souety 3 4 ROBERT JOYCE I bare been 4 ftnmger In a flmnge land I9-l9i3'i1v al x 'Y Y Y Y K 1 L .. I , I W - Y - ',, - 1 y I l , ' . ' 7. "'! 5 - ! . - 1 I Y ' ' . . f Q . ' A . 9 ' ll "I will Ji! down but the time will mme :when you rl V, . . 5 ' ,, . ,. rx ' - ' 9 U g . ., V . ., . -. A, .. f . BOY William Seaverns Robert Gray oseph Keane Edward Teed Albert Whitaker Donald Isaac Ted Reese jack Worth William Sproules joseph Buckley Fred MCKeeman Frank Harris Frank Catano Leo Jones Edward O Neil Dominick Esposito rllfliifnnor Class QUALITY MOST POPULAR MOST ATHLETIC BTST LOOKING FIST PERSOINALITY MoST LIKELY TO SUCCPI D Mcsi TALENITD FRIENDLIEST MoS'r TALKATIVE MoST ENIGMATIC BEST MANNERED WITFIEST MOST VERSATILE MosT DIGNIFIED SHYEST CLASS DEVIL BEST DANCER GIRI Marjorie Taylor Eleanor Nason Beverly Cederholm Barbara McLaughlin ean Studer Ruth Brown Elsie I.aBelle Eunice Hicks Druscilla Warren Mary Walizer Rita Mandeville Helen Macuch Bergit Peterson Marjorie Peters Shirley Frederickson Marjorie Bonnetti JUNIOR CLASS OFFICERS Marjorie Taylor-Vice Prerident Robert Gray-Treafurer Dominick Esposito-President Elsie LaBelle--Secretary Sixteen STETSON HIGH SCHOOL O l 0 I . , L BOY Fred Teed Philip Brewster Kent Keith William Hatch Hugh Lynch Charles Connors Winton Washington john Robinson Ralph Chipman Robert Bailey Edward Stuart Fred McDermott Thomas Wonh Robert Mann Robert Needham Parker Richards Sophomore Class QUALITY MOST POPULAR MOST ATHLETIC BEST LOOKING BEST PERSONALITY MOST LIKELY TO SULCEED MOST TALENTED FRIENDLIEST MOST TALKATIVE MOST ENIGMATIC BEST MANNERED WITTIEST MOST VERSATILE MOST DIGNIFIED SI-IYEST CLASS DEVIL BEST DANCER SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Fred Teed-Prefidenz Parker Richard'-Treamrer Cynthia Fletcher-Secretary Marie Gillis-Vice Preridenr GIRL Pauline Tardanrco Edna Ebbs Cynthia Fletcher Barbara Kilcoyne ne Young Patricia Copeland Marilyn Reed Agnes Hobson Phyllis Snow Arlene Murph john Robinson Bernadette Gillis Barbara Foote Marie Gillis Mary Boothby Ruth Schmidt Y RANDOLPH, MASSACHUSETTS me Seventeen Y J V 2 BOY John Forrester Donald Nelson Albert Porter John Dangoia Richard Powers Robert Torrence William Ellis James Connolly Robert Arsenault Charles Henkley Richard Champa William Johansen Richard Cederholm Charles Atwood Pierre DeCota Donald Lind Freshman Class QUALITY MosT POPULAR MosT ATHLETIC BEST LOOKING BEST PERSONALITY MosT LIKELY TO SUCCEED MosT TALENTED FRIENDLIEST MosT TALKATIVE MOST ENIGMATIC BEST MANNERED WITTIEST MoST VERSATILE MOST DIGNIFIED SI-IYEST CLASS DEVIL BEST DANCER GIRL Barbara Ludlum Rosemary Burnie Evelyn Tibbets Joanne Robison DeIz1a Blumit Clarice Davis Gloria Semensi Helen Doherty Christine Russell Cynthia Palmer Josephine Milligan Patience Bens Judy Cottle Jean Goodell 1' nn Seaverns Elizabeth Graham FRESHMAN CLASS OFFICERS Christine Russell-Secretary John F orrester-Prerident Deizia Blumit-Vice Prerident Richard Powers-Treafurer Eighteen STETSON HIGH SCHOOL RANDOLPH NIASSACHUSETFS Nmeteen 4191515 W L E the Forty nlners Cclass of 1949 to you bubj do hereby grant, and wlth due consrd eratlon and ponderance, through our own lncomparable generoslty the followlng artrcles and tearful WJ farewell to the glor1ous portals f h d f l t t t1on commonl known as of prodrgrous value most of whrch we know w to Stetson H1gh School F 1rst of all To Mr G1lg1n We leave another supply of p1t1ence fortr tude and underst 1nd1ng for although he 1s snll dorng a marvelous job we are sure we have worn thln tll these 1ttr1butes How well you know huh Mr C1lg11n"' To the Freshmen boys fand some glflil U' The Sen1or boys lc 1vc thelr mcmbershlp lil the Smokers Club 1 well known 1ntr1c1tely dls fIflyLZl1lSl1C,ll orvantzmon at Stetson Those mem bersh1ps 1re good for four ye 1rs boys' Wfe 1lso le1ve schemes 1nd w1vs 1nd means of h1v1ng 1 romance wlthout Mr Daly finding out we hope they work they seldom do we leave to the new Freshmen some tortures to 1n1t1ate you 1nto your new cmatlng llves at Stetson' ' Now horrlble lflll f11s To the ILIHIOI' class The Senlor class leaves the joy of those never endlng speeches 1n Hamlet and Cyrano de Bergerac for M1ss Galvm Heres hoplng you have good memorles Iunlorsl Also to the ll.1Hl0I'S we leave a fabulous sum of money for 1ts treasury we wtsh someone had left us some we could have used 1t"' To the Typing Room We leave 1 brand new set of those ever m1ss1ng typlng books We are debatlng over whether to chaln them to the typewrxters or Hman? le 1rn1ng To the Lunchroom We lease a wastebasket at every table How many' of you have m1ssed the far away basket only to h1t some mnocent fellow dmer on the head' To the Glrls Gym class We le1ve 1 new supply of badmlnton r1c quets of whtch M1ss I 1ppen IS badly ln need Now you know why you mnssed that evaslve lJ1l'LllC so often, g1rls" OIISWOHCIUIHSIU y 1ll be readxly accepted, as our fmal partrng gesture To M1ss Galvm We leave a certain pamtmg whlch graced her room for so long and IS now res1d1ng 1n some dusty corner of the hbrary and f1tt1ngly so eh M1ss GllV1I12', To the future members of M1ss Gllvms El'1gllSl1 class we leave the 1b1lty to follow IDSITLILIIOHS YULI should profit bv o11r mlstakes To all F11t11re Smdwrches 1t Stetson We le 1ve Mrs H1rr1s perenn11l supply of tun1 fash We h1ve IU 1llergy for fllfll hsh 1fter four ye1rs' To Mr Powderly s room tt e1ch sc1t Mr Powderly IS 1 well known fresh 11r Bend fcough coughll To the School Burldrng A box of vlgoro m1ght come IU h1ndy w1th those dead vlnes on the left hand srde of the bulldlng To the Flag Pole We leave a beautxful expensrve new flag Have you ever notrced how closely the present one resembles a certaln flag IH a famous World War Il pamtmgfff To the Sophomores No we haven t forgotten you We leave the prest1ge of finally becommg upper classmen next year but dont 1n1t1ate the Freshmen' To the Football Team We leave several strong tall marvelous ath letes to help you next season Cmaybe well de feat Stoughton 999 To all Future Scholars Vlfe leave more success 1n our studles some of us realnze too late that we have wasted what could have been four very fruttful years of our xvcs Ruth Tlppett Emrly Edun1s Florence G1rdner 1 I k 9 3 - 4 1 L - 1 1 , 1 1 . 1 , 1 ' c ' I , L I F L S . 1 , . ' . . . Q 1 . A . I K I L , T , , 1 I ' ' ' L ,K - ,1 1 , 1 1 . . Q . I ' I ..- z 1 , 1 1 A - 1 1 .. , , , 1 1 , , , , 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 . . , . 1 ' . ' ' . 1 P- A I ' Ar g . a I I 1 1 2 : A - I - -, 1 1 . 1 ' 1 ,L ' 1. ' - , . - - A -, - , 1 .... 1 1 1 1 D1 1 1 . - H '1 " '1 1 1 '1 1 - - 1 1 - ' 1 ' We leave 21 pillf of earmuffs and 21 m11ck1n11w , 1 11' A2 - . 1 1' L A ' 'K , . 1 1 '- ' 1 1 1 K : 5. L - L , , 2 - ' 1 C L 1 1 K 7.-.- 1 , . Q K K A L W I un. . , 1 I . 1 : . 1 1 1 '- . - ' ' - 1 . 1 . , , - , 1 1 v J V P Y L , V - ' ' . . K ' K S L V V K ' 'L f S 4 li 1 1 1' 1 11- l 1-. , , L . K- . . 1 .. 1 'lwenty bunson l-hon Scnoot he Qtanhnlph 01111125 Established l949 l0th Year June lo, l959 Price Fnvc cents EGYPTIAN TOMB DISCOVERED Raymond Nltz one of the most re nowned archeologlsts of today has recently dlscovered an anclent Egyptian tomb long burxed by the sands of the Sahara He has ar ranged to have many of the valuable rellcs shlpped to museums here m Amerlca Hls two asslstants David Cnmmms and Robert Tnerney helped h1m greatly 1n completmg h1s tremendous task ART MUSEUM THRONGED Great numbers of people crowded 1nto the Copley Gallerles yesterday for the one man showing of thc works of the renowned artlst Ron ald Sacco Mr Sacco who IS at pres ent curator at the Corcoran Gallerles vxas not able to be 1n Boston for th1s event However h1s able agent James Blakely and h1s secretary Mass Gwendolyn Herman were on hand to greet Mr Saccos publlc The heavlest buyer was that well known psych1atr1st and connolsseur of the arts Mr Henry LaBelle Sec ond hlghest buyer was Mlss Bertha Bussey who purchased for the Tur lxbrarlan WALLACE FLIES TO MOON One of the most famed sclentlsts of our day Mr Albert W Wallace recently made the first successful round trlp voyage to the moon Mr Wallace IS unwlllmg at th1s t1me to dlvulge hls findmgs pendmg the Scx entlfic Research Commlsslon s ex amlnatlon of h1s mstruments H dld say however Had lt not been for the lmproved rocket lnvented by Angelo Dangola my mter planetary Jaunt would not have been success u NEW FRUIT DISCOVERED Rlchard Towns and Albert Davis were recently granted a patent for the1r latest 1nvent1on the non squlrtable grapefrult Th1s should prove to be a boon to all those who arlse late ln the mornmg and are too troubled wlth burned toast and underdone eggs to be bothered wxth squlrtmg grapefrult CATHERINE BREWSTER WOMEN IN THE NEWS At dawn yesterday two darmg young flyers Patncla Leahy and Agnes MacLellan gently took off ln their Jet planes for an adventurous fllght to Afrlca They were accom panled by thelr mechanlc Wllllam Lancke who w1ll also chart the CPUISQ The obJect of this flxght IS to br1ng back to the states an assort ment of snakes for the prxvate rep tile collectlon of Mlss Allce Chrls tensen Dlrector of the St Lou1s Zoo PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE MAKES TOUR Leo McElroy lS begxnnmg hls cam palgn for the Presxdency of the United States wlth a tour through the southern states He and h1s runnlng mate Frank Corrigan plan to leave for V1rg1n1a durlng the early part of next week Thelr cam palgn manager Patrick McDonnell IS confident that they Wlll recelve a splend1d receptxon OPERA STAR TURNS AUTHOR Patrrcla Palmer formerly the leadmg soprano sololst at the Metro wrxtten a sensatlonal book entitled Blue Sk1es publlshed by the Ber nard Tanner Publlshlng Co ln Phll adelphla Cr1t1cs Louise Smith Blair Stymest and Theodore Ingemanson say lt w1ll be a best seller ln 59 NEW HOUSE BUILT June Capstack the leadlng woman archltect of today has been puttmg the fin1sh1ng touches to her revolu tlonary sxx room house The house IS round rn shape and the walls are made of glass whxch the occupants of the house can look through though people walklng by the house cannot Mary McDonnell has done an adm1rable Job of decoratmg the mterxor of MISS Capstack s house DARING FEAT PERFORMED AT NIAGARA FALLS Annabelle Stoltz and Mary Cor nors those excellent exponents of Terpsxchore gave a very mterestmg performance at Nlagara Falls yes terday afternoon when they danced OPENING TODAY Back at TRINQUE s Home Supply Laselle Beauty Salon Mam Street Randolph 958 Warren St RA 0200 A Complete Llne of Hardware very gracefully on a t1ghtrope stretched across the Falls They seemed none the worse for thelr experlence but lt was reported that several persons had famted from the excltement of watchlng the pectacle SOCIETY EVENT Mrs Cuthbert Q Updyke rformer Joan Pender rastb wlfe of the pro mment banker entertamed at a dm ner party last evenlng by wav of celebratlon of her husbands blrth day Among the guests were Mlss Ilene Connolly the only woman to l1o1d a seat on the New York Stock Fxchange Miss Claire Jovce who has recently bought out the Ellz abeth Arden Salons and that de slgner of Chlc Clothes for the pro mlnent women of Amerlca Miss Dorothy Crockett Incldental mu 1C was provlded by the Henry Cooke Orchestra whlch so recently made a spectacular success at Carneg1e Hall PT A MEETING The Parent Teacher ASSOCIBIIOII nmg at elght o clock ln Stetson H1gh School wlth Ioseph Rozen president ln charge of the busxness meetlng The topxc for the evenmg w1ll be Is Your Ch1ld A Moron'P The speaker wxll be Mlss Manlyn Johnson em1 nent speclallst 1n Ch1ld Psychology In charge of refreshments w1ll be Grace Quinn of the Hlgh School Faculty and the Masses Kathleen Kempton and Barbara Knley of th Junlor Hlgh and Mlss Barbara Hur ry of the Kxndergarten Class at Prescott RANDOLPH THEATRE Today w1ll be the last showmg at thls theatre of The Harley Slsters Wlth Marilyn Dickenson and Bar bara Lyman also They D1dn t Tell Her wlth Jean Macauley and Rob ert Joyce Comlng Tuesday Wed nesday and Thursday Purple Sky wlth Blll Pllgrlm and Geraldme Hawkins also The Up Slde Down House starrmg Ahce Proctor Notice Jo-An Rodd s PIZZA HOUSE So Mam St Randolph Tel RA 7834 pf , , . . 1 - Y ' Y I ' . , , , . . . . - iz . - 1- l . . . . . l . . - . . J v . . n . 1 . l I v - Y - 1 . I I . I ' I - - , , - , . S. . l , 1 y u I - il . ' ' ' I . . n . UCI' Library Of which She is Chief politan Opera House. has recently meeting will be held Tuesday eve- V - ' Y 1 ' ' . . . . I. .- . . . H ' . , , . . , , . , . . 1 1 . e . . U - ' ' Q - l. - . . . ,I 1 i . . - . - . y . - 1 i f 13, I . ' ' - ' tt - -y ' ' ' ' H , 4 9 U - . KS ' Y 1 . v , -i - I7 ' . . ' Y , .. .. ' ' ' ' - . . . ' . ' ' . , , ' , u - ' - , , . . . ' ' ' 1 , RANDOLPH MASSACHUSETTS Twenty one COMNIITTEE ORGANIZES The Randolph School Plannlng Comm1ttee whlch was elected at the annual town meetmg met Thursday 1n the Town Hall and organlzed as follows Chalrman Mr Elmer Mag nussen v1ce chalrwoman Mlss Mary Forrester secretary Lorraine Bartz The commlttee after a lengthy d1s cusslon unanlmously voted to rec ommend the addltlon of a swlmrmng pool to the new Stetson Hlgh School bulldlng whxch was erected elght years ago SPORTS PARADE :BOSTON The feature match at the Gardens last mght saw Ozzle Crusher Benjammo battllng wlth Handsome Eddle I-Ioeg ln a smash lng ten round thr1ller W1th the Judges IH a deadlock the decxslon was left to the referee George Zlrn glehel who called the match a draw CAMBRIDGE John Leonard of Randolph was first place ln the Harvard track meet Saturday after noon Mr Leonard was favored over Anderson of Boston College h1s strongest competltor FOOTBALL HEROES BECOME RIVALS Thls week wltnessed a b1tter bat tle wh1ch may well reverberate down the centur1es Due to some m1sunderstand1ng amongst the Town Fathers two l1censes have been IS sued lnstead of one for the conces 1on at the Stetson Fleld Paul Frankenburger clalms he was glven a permlt to erect and operate a hot dog stand Bob Marcom cla1ms that he has monopoly Wlth h1S moblle pop corn stand Both men are dead locked and no dec1s1on can be reached untll the S lectmen convene fter thelr weekend hollday It IS hoped that some amlable solutxon can be arrlved at before next Satur day s game RITL WOMEN S SHOPPE GIVES FASHION SHOW On Thursday Ednth Drlscoll ow ner manager of the excluslve R1tZ Womens Shoppe of Flfth Avenue gave a Showlng of her latest collec tlon of sprlng fash1ons Mlss Drlscoll features clothes for all types of wo men sho1t medlum and tall Her models Gera dme Tlerney Judy Gr aham and Mane Ryan looked QUIIQ lovely modelmg Mlss Drlscoll s mart new frocks Wlde Varlety of Colors BETTY CALLAHAN GREENHOUSE Mann Street Randolph The Ilanlhulph Times INTERESTING BOOK TO BE ON SALE SOON Albert Barley now a professor at Harvard recently publlshed h1s lat est book Students Can Enjoy Homework If Its Adrnlnlstered In Small Quantltles Thls book wlll undoubtedly be a best seller NEW SERUM DISCOVERED Doctor Roger Nelson announced last week that he has dlscovered a s nun to cure one of the oldest all ments OI manknd lazlness He and nls asslstants Joseph Lacy Donald MacPherson and James Cullen nate worked tlrelessly at thls pro Jcct lor months Doctor Nelsons secretary Fwrence Gardner told reporters that he had spent tue en me week before h1s dlscovely ln ll s labolatoly wlth h1s mlcxoscope nu g lln cultures haruly ever stop p nt, to I'9St MUSICAL MAKES HIT The Med Daffodll the new hlt muslcal comedy wrltten and pro us second Week on Broadway soon lne leaolng roles ln The Red Dallo ull are sklllfully performed by Llleen Perry and James Hurley A good part of the success of th1s de llghttul productlon however must be attrlbuted to the able dlrectlon of nerbert Saunders FLOWER SHOP TO OPEN SOON Anthony Pettmato and Jonn Mac L 1 4 1 all. rua AA g preparatlons Ior openlng tnelr wl stocked llower shop tomorrow lucy plan to spe clal Le ID a new type OI orchld OL a be utllul plnk c lor whlch they II Ve spent several months perfect HID lucy have engaged th ser vlces ol Mary Kuehl and Lorrame Suln van to sell thelr merchandlse and llelp wlth the flower arra lgements BENEATH THE ELMS The Randolph Youth Center wlll sponsor a square dance thls evenlng al elght oclock IH the Town Hall Mass Jacqueline Hawkms w1ll be the caller asslsted by Geneva Canmzaro at the plano USED CARS Mrs John Vandoodle the former Mildred Godfrey recently returned fl 10m Sprngfield where she attended a conventlon of the S PC A IH whlch she IS a charter member The Well Chlld conference w1ll be held tomorrow at the Town Hall Wlth Dr Patrlcra Gaffney and Nurse Marmrle Curley IH attendance Mlss Marne Nolan and Miss Patrx cla Ogden of th1s town resumed then' work today at the telephone exchange after a V1S1t to WaSh1Dg ton D C Mrs Robert McCarthy the former Barbara Gnlhs and mfant daughter Carol Anne have been d1scharged from the Phaneuf Hospltal to their home on Unlon Street Mrs DOm1H1Ck Mullent1n1 the for mer Jean A Kelly has recently re turned from a vacatlon v1s1t to New Hork Mrs Joseph Maddlson the former Jane Seaverns and her husband en tertamed Mr Gardiner Smlth and Mr Wlllnam Shanks owners of the Srnlth dz Shanks box factory at thelr home Saturday evenlng rounced the appolntment of John Cochran to the North Randolph Fxre Statlon on a permanent basls Mlss Jamce Beverly the Lllle Dache of Boston left yesterday to open her new salon ln the fabulous Nelman Marus shop at Dallas Tex as Enroute she w1ll vlslt relations at AShv1lle N C A whlst party wlll be held thls evenmg at the farm of Mr and Mrs John Vanderswlft for the benefit of the North Randolph Grange Mrs Vanderswlft the former Mlss Fellac clo wlll be hostess and wlll enter taln her guests wlth her collectlon of blrd calls whlch have been re corded by Decca Members of the Jumor Ladles 11 brary wlll be fortunate to have as a speaker on Thursday evenlng Miss Arlene Moffard who wlll descrlbe the vltal work she IS domg for the lepers All who attend thls meetlng wlll find lt both enllghtemng and profitable The RUTH TIPPETT Employment Agency Has Opened a New OHICE USED CARS In the Hlgg1HS Bulldlng USED CARS We Speclallze ln Baby Sltters See Em Drlve Em Junk Em Call W SMALL RA 1587 and Dog Walkers Tel RA 2222 , - b . . 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Annabelle Stoltz -. Barbara Kiley . Barbara Lyman . Bertha Bussey Dorothy Crockett . Mildred Godfrey . Ruth Tippett . Marjorie Curley Agnes MacLellan , Lorraine Bartz ean Macauley Mary Forrester Eileen Perry 12: 2 . erry Tierney Barbara Hurry Patricia Leahy Patricia Palmer Alice Proctor judy Graham Marilyn ohnson Marie Nolan Bob Tierney Louise Smith ohn Leonard H. Rodd Mary MacDonell Pictures 'inice Beverly' Leo McElroy Claire oyce 'Butch' Dangoia Marilyn Dickson Alice Christenson Herbie Saunders erry Hawkins une Capstack Lorraine Sullivan Mary Connors RANDOLPH, lVlASSAlQHUSli'l'l'S Twenty live 0 66 x F 1 T' 'I Q iw ' r x 411 '. ' 41" y, 4 4 4 1 5 si 2 2 ' 1 ' ' 3 S " z , PATSY GARDINIQR Patricia Gaffney ui? J u.r , 1 L ' ' w x v . 14 J f 77 7 . . 15 . . . 78 J. 3 . . . 16 . . . 79 4 . 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'QW '-S.: -QD 2 ,I kstmov- .Pro M - MOI 'Z and C- fx 2: Ms' PJ 007' - he yy Twenty-eight STETSON HIGH SCHOOL iraelle Staff lacultyAtlv1sers MISS CALVIN MR LFHTINEN Iron! Rau ilcfl lu rzgblj Ronald bacco berry Hawkina Albert Wallatc Patricia Palmcr Blair Stymest frank Catano Emily Etlunas Lorraine Sullivan Barbara Lucllam Rosemary Woodman Pauline Tardanico Third Rou June Capstack David Crimmins jack Worth Alice Christ nsen Raymond Nitz Joseph Rozen Albert Barley Barbara Hurry Iourlla Ron Florence Gardner Claire Joyce Barbara Beck Angelo Dang,,o1a Anabelle Stoltz Ruth Tippctt, Mary Murphy Jane Young, : . , ' . ' ' 4 , l , ', - ', t - ' , ' - . , , ' . . . ' - . , . , ' 4 1 , , . 4 D .Second Rout Mary Barry, Claire Mahoney, Patricia Copeland, Marilyn Dickinson, Marie Nolan, , , , - , , - : ,. ' . b- , . , H 1 ' - - . , , , , I a 1 V ' 7 , . RANIOLPH. MAS.'xc1Hl sra"Ts ERAM 'i i,.,,...- Ng f-fe.:-W I T y f Z ,-1: 'I-hu-ty STETSON HIGH SCHOOL The Defeat of WongaSlng Taffy not u 1111 your L6 looney Pmzce lpmy From Sprtng by Lt Po HE tntense heat of the Astattc sun smoth ered the Qhtnese countrystde Along the rtver the carrtage of Prtnce Wong Stng sped raptdly The ftve black mares draw tng tt moved lttce chatn ltghtntng thetr hoofs so swtft that they dtd not seem to touch the ground lhe prtnce lay back agatnst the cushtons hts face blank and expresstonless Hts body was so sttll that he resembled a figure of stone He re matned tmmobtle unttl a sharp turn tn the ro td brought the rtver tnto vtew Then hts eyes flashed wtth excttement and he half rose from the cushtons The horses were dravsn to a stop tnd Wong Stng sltd to the ground Mulberry bushes grew tn abundance along the rtver bank where the vtllage women ptcked le tves for thetr stlk vtorms It was Wong Stng s custom to vtstt the banks duly Here he would ftnd Lo Flo who of tll the women hc h td sectt wts most beauttful It seemed to Wong that Lo Flo had been created for htm alone If she spoke coldly to htm he was unhappy for the rest of the day but tf she smtled at htm hts enttte betng was hlled wtth happtness It was not customary for royalty to marry wtth the poor but wtthout hesttatton he had offered her hts name ust as unhesttattngly she had refused Each day he tempted her wtth hts wealth securtty and pres ttge She rematned unswayed You marry a lady royal one she would ay I am not sutted to you He suspected that she was tn love wtth her cousin Lang, Today he brushed that thought astde He was tn htgh sptrtts when he found her on the bank plucktng letves He called to her She dtd not smtle when she stw htm bttt sltpped to her knees at the waters edge anl was stlent She was searchtng for words to tell htm somethtng Wong knew As he watted for her to speak he studted thts exqutstte example of Ortental beauty Ftnally she ltfted her sweeptng lashes and looked tnto hts eyes The sun caressed the ebony tresses of her hatr and the fatrness of her sktn Her votce cut the stlence I am gotng to marry Lang she satd He was stung by the words He protested threatened begged They rose from the rtverstde her face con torred wtth anger It has tlretdy been settled We tre altke Lang and I I would be out of place tn your famtly she crted They woull laugh because I am poor and unaccustomed to thetr manner I am gotng to marry Lang I am gc mg to marry htm soon As uddenly as tt had possessed her the anger left She moved toward the bushes Lt Flo where are you gotng' hts votce was broken My stlkworms are hungry she satd Ttrry not wtth your hve horses Prtnce I prty He wttched sadly as she walked smoothlv grtcefully tnto the green curtttn md even the crtm on of her dress was htdden by the letves Defeat and despatr overwhelmed htm Some where a ntghttngale sang The sound was sweet and std The rtver murmured to ttself tn t soft votce He heard netther He was ltstentng to hts heart as tt crted for the unobtatnable Patte Copeland 51 CCI tssrootttut lFettattpetra1tutres Although tt has no sun Mtss Connors room ts ltke t storm In cotts we htve to come The clrtwtng rot m ts ltke a btrn Its butlt just ltke a box Before I come Ill have to darn My heavy woolen socks Rc om twenty stx ts large of course The cold turns us to stones No heat at all comes through thts source To warm our frozen bones Now twenty one that s where vue wheeze And try to draw stratght ltnes Oh' Shut the wtndow Wtll you pletse' You ll hetr me beg and whtne There are some rooms where I repotce My hetrt jumps wtth deltght I find these rooms are just my chotce The temp ratures Just rtght' Mary Barry if PX! 'F Resemlblatmee A Ford ts ltke a school room For tf youll look youll hnd A stubborn crank tn front And a bunch of nuts behtnd Pat Palmer I G I ' f fl . a , . , . ' . . 1 - ' ' , N- - -- 7, 7 ' I . s . , ' ' - 1. K , U . c I 3' , . L 7 ' T 1 7 7, . I , ' . s 7 - 7 1 L ' ' ' , 1 1 . , . ' I . ' 'z ' z , 2 ' . ' ' S ' 2 . K 2 K . - 2 . . z . 2 I 4 I 4 , K I 1 ' 2 ' - n a 4 . ' L 1 . . I , Q tl y. 1 ' ,K ,K 1, . A L u . ' - , . , .I 'A ' W A Y 1 ' aa 1 cm t I ' I 2 4 . . . Y , l MISS Foley s room ts always warm . 1 , S . 1 2 , 1 4 T 1 -Vs Q ' K , , ii. . , . . L F l A 1 . 3 . ' 1 , . . . , W H L - 7 I . 1 ' . , 7 5 5 uv I wi ' s. . . 5 . . 2 ' 7 ,, . Y z . 1 H . . . 1 - . ' 1 4 . L 7 4 C 1 . S Y I ' ' . . , ' 4 2 D , . ' - ' ' ' ' - y . . , I . . . . . . , 51 I s 4 - . . ' , ' v v I A T - - . ' " . L . RANDOI PH MAQSAK HUQI TT5 Thirty one The llmpossmlble WAS fI1lLlI1lgl1I on the oeem N mt 1 street e1r xx lb lil g All the x IL 1nt se1ts xxere eroweletl Tw1s 1 r11ny el1y tl11t nlght The xx1xes xxere tosslng m 11llx The se1 vx lS smooth TS gl1ss Whlle 1 b1refoot boy xxlth shoes on Stood srttxng Ill the gr ISS The bl11e sky xx 15 d1rk llkl stormy Tl1e sun rose ln the xvest And 1 l1ttle hsh 111 the treetop XVIS snugglnng IU hxs nest The glrls xxere pl 1y1ng footb1ll In tl1e blue snow ten feet deep And the prgs out 1n tl1e forest Were smgmg themselves to sleep The boys h1d gone o11t sknng On the green grqss bl1el1 IS rnk And the cows vxere 1n the kttehen B1tl11ng rn the sunk Thrngs IIC mlxed IS mlxtures 1re W1tl1 thmgs so ne1r th1t seem so f1r And ends before wlth opens elosed With fueh questlons 1re mswers posed P1t P1lmer llhe Nl1111ete1,11flortxfN111e ITC t1e e 1ss o f And an our flllkb xxe hold l3e1utx xx1t mtl KLZTILIULIS meln And m my 1 xx 1rr1or bold' W1tl1 l1ttle to tell 11s 1p1rt And yet we feel th lf xxe re tllfferent And htxe been from the st 1rt We luke to th111k xxe resemble Those men of 1 eenturx lgll On the quest of xxh1t xxe elll dough Folks xxho struek o11t for proht But xxrth Dlfy 1 tho11ght of self Whta thought of those xxho e1me after Instead of e1eh m1n for hrmself But they tell us theres nothrng to eonquer Th1t frontlers ire 111 thnngs of the p1st And th1t 111 we em do wnth our efforts Is to see th1t our resources l1st Yet xxe 49ers c1n t hold sueh 1 vrew XVe ILCQPC nerther bound 1r1es nor p1le Well strtke for 1dventure 11nd profit Wherever these things prev11l En! lf our frontxers ev tele us And le1ve us wrth l'11Ll2l'lI to 11tt11n At le ISI xve ll h 1ve trred 1nd our ehlltlren XV1ll know we h1ve not llvetl nn v11n The St 1ff 49 F3 W -1 1 1 y ' s 1 s w xx - 4, f 1 11 -1 7 ' f 1 T1 , lf1 'l"l1" f'l9 1 1 ' XL '1 ' n Si tht, A 1 ' " 1 H 'I -1 ' V4 ' A 'A ' 7- ' ' '- 1 A L L Q V I A L ' 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 1 . 1 2 'L . , A 1 1 , 3 ' W V A L V A A "1 '1 1 1 , ,. . . , 1' A ' A 1 . ' V X V I 1 , ,Z . , L . 1 Who wlthstooel the he11t and the llC1ll'I1lCl1C A N 7 H vu . ' ,. ' 1 1 ' K1 . 1 -1 , " 2 1 1 ' H 2 ' 1 ' ,H 1 1 ' 1 1 ' 1 ' - 1 1 '1 ' 1 1 . V F A S 1 1 l ' 1 1 ' r 1 l L L J L' ' k ' ' , - ' f ' , . - 1 1 e 1 1 . . . , 2 , . . ' - 1 . ' 1 ' 1 " 1 1 1 ' A ' 1 1 1 1 ' 1 I ' 1 . ' ' 1 1, 5 1 ' 1 ' ' ' s ' ' ' 1 1 Q . ' 1 ' ' 1' . 1 1 1 l 7fxe Gwcle STETSUN SCENES A A I Q Q45 Q W' Z JWSQJ 2 5 USR! CAN , s f0RTy fyuvag, nu m g QZ N iff - ,f-7' 2?- l tSWN'X THEM AND '70VVf R M WVVIQ h h fm 1"'y X X F-,xx 0 f xx r X X I X -flw N Grabftvsf I r Q on ' ' in W sl-. IQ Q " - '- N Nf' "' X 1 - . - 1 x K CL! , s ft 'S , VJ ! x ' " .f 1 - 0 J ,fb f f 2 'Q I , gp' f V F f! A ' ' ! no 1 f f ' U 4, Q QP f fx : ' N N Q M N X If I K - 4' f-V f DL Kaz:-, vfligx X . ' :KN fi Yi -'L f 1 X 5 E- 4B- i v 'v l ,-X 'NKMQW , . A Q 1 ,,, , -' 'F P774 5 X,-jg' ,f J - -- 'A -A -- 5 X ,' 'r V XB xx K K l 1 x F: """" X 'fi 'gf - ,T " f fff' N Af M f X .W M, Y Zin' i 1-I , 9 Y A I Uffice Staff Seated fl. to 1.9 z Barbara Barker, Mil- dred Godfrey Mr Hubert Grlgan prxncrpal Srandmg Cynthna Fletcher Beth Graham Ann Lynch Russell Dolan Barbara Hurry Patrlcxa Gaffney Beverly Cederholm and Barbara Foote A A Collectors Left to rzght Mary Forrester Barbara Hurry Patrlcla Gaffney Barbara Bassett lF H A Club Furl Row fl to r J Dorothy Gabardx Kathryn Brewster Joanne Rodd Joan Johnson jean Strucler Dor othy Boynton Elsne LaBelle Pam cra Ogden Eleanor Nason mer advnsor Mar1or1e Cole Ce c111a Rozen Glorra Samensn Carol Rose Florence Green Elarne De mott Rrta Cornwall Rosemary Bevrme Tbmz' Row Ann Fergerson Phyllns Dzcugeleskn Shrrley Mills Kathryn McClellan Mary Franz Jean Mc Carthy Jean Goodell Ruth Kelly fourth Rou Cynthia Palmer Mar guerrte Holcombe Josephlne M11 llgan Mxldred Champa Patncla McEntee , : ' , , , , , , U C 5 7 , , Q I 0 ' . . : ', , , ! - 9 '- ! Y - Second Row: Mrss Katherrne Scho- - l v 2 . . , ' , I, 9 I i . , , . Z . . . , . , , I D - , , . ' I' l . . D - , . . - , . - , , Student Councmll Spccmll Awaurtdls I-ff!! Rau fl mr J Patrtcla GaHney joseph Benyamrno Patrrcla Palmer Scmud Rau joseph Rozen Albert Wallace Nartnonall Honor Socmetw .Sealed cl lor, Marne Nolan Alice Proctor Henry Cooke Connre Russo Mr Daley Patrrcra Palmer joe Rozen Emrly Edunas Geneva Cannrzzaro Stamlmg Eleanor Norman June Cap ley Frank Harrrs Donald Isaac Robert Cray Jean Kelley B rgrt Peterson Helen Macuch Beverly Ceclerholm Geraldme Tierney Rlfle Club Advrsor Mr Crrmmms lxneelzng tl to rj Rrchartl Thorne Joseph Keane Ralph Frye Ann Lynch Catherrne Brewster Stumlnzg Mr Crlmmrns Wrllram Hardy john Worth Thomas Worth Robert Ryder Parrma Palmer Richard Macy and Shirley Frederrckson I .J . lk ki . D V . Q Y . . . . : ' , ' , , u - - ' I ,V - . Z , - stack, Albert Wallace, joseph Buck- ! ' 7 Q 1 . , 'S " . , . , . V . . . . , , , , . 9 S P. ulhllns, Spealkmng Clrullb Advlsor Mr Crrmmms .Seated tl zorl joseph Rozen Parr: 13 Palmer Mr Crnmmms Albert Wallace and Mary Lou Barry Slamlzng Clalre Mahoney Agnes Hobson Rosemary Wooclman and Barbara Foote Student Councmll Advlsor Mxss Thompson Fzrrl Rau fl torl Wrlllam Hatch llus Baltlmelll Vergnl Naveau Wrllnam Pnlgrnm Ken Kenth Rus Serwzd Rou Gloria Semensr Bar bara Foote Evelyn Tnbbetts Wxll nam Seaverns joseph Benlamxno Constance Russo rllbnraury Staff Sealed fl tarp Mary Connors Flleen Perry Lorraine Sullivan Mrs McCann Marnlyn Drckmson Mrldred Godfrey and Lorrame Bartz Standing Barbara Lyman Dorothy Crockett Paulrne Tardamco Ber nadette Grllrs Dons Crowley Bar bara McLaughl1n Ann Pemberton Hugh Lynch Ruth Schmndt Bar bara Beck Charles Connors and Mary Lou Barry . . P r 1 t L ' . . 1 , '- c , . ' ' , , . 1 ' , . 1 L 1 X . t Ju. . .w . I I v sell Dolan. r: . .. . Y ! - 1 7 I I U . lL . . : , . . . , I s 1 D I- H - I . 1 1 - , . ! O - L 1 - -s Clmcerllcadlcrs Izrrl Rou fl tor J Marlorre Taylor Patrrcra Gaffney Eleanor Norman Second Rou Brrgrt Peterson Barbara Barker Rrta Mandevrlle lfwnrllers Fzrrt Rou fl lofi Ruth Sass Elsle LaBelle Mrldred Godfrey Dorxs Crowley Dorothy Crockett .Second Rou Glorra Semensr Kath leen Kempton Cynthra Palmer Barbara Grllrs Barbara Kllcoyne Bernadette Grllrs Margaret Lacey Bannfdl Fzrrt Ruu fl tory Barbara Hurry Robert Sullrvan jane Doherty Robert Torrance Mrldred Godfrey Barbara Grllrs Charles Connors Ruth Brown Rrchard De Carlo Clarre Foley Second Rou Mr Thomas Dommrc Esposrto Arlene Mofford Albert Barley Wlllram Johansen Edward Hoeg Chester Strrckland Barbara McLeer Beverley Cederholm Henry Cooke joseph Rozen Third Rau Hugh Lynch joseph Ben yamlno Leo McElroy joseph Buck ley Wrllnam Small Wrllram Krl coyne John Leonard Carl Olsen Donald Isaac Frank Harris Fourth Rou Henry LaBelle Richard Cederholm Barbara Knlcoyne Dor othy Crockett Bernadette Grllrs Kathleen Kempton Cynthra Palm er Dons Crowley Anthony D Amelno Raymond Nrtz Bark Rau Ruth Sass Peggy Lacey Robert Gaffney Elsre LaBelle Glorra Semensr ',n .1 . . . , , . , ', , , . , 1 . . . , x x , . . , ' u 1 n y , . 1 . . . , y v m v y r y v . . , v v 1 1 v y r 1 , . . , ' v y ' v v ' 1 y w , . - u v a ' w v Y . v y , ' , . - v w a n an x CCJIIOJFILIIS Dxrector Mrs Dons NQQUISI fin! Rau tl In r J Robert Sullrvan james Chalmers Arlene Murphy Cecelna Chnlds Marlorxe Cole Ce celna Rozen Mary Boothby Mar lorxe Bonnettx Cynthia Fletcher Mary Lou Barry Arthur Brennan Davnd Greene Carol Rose Paulme Tardanlco Marjorle Vaughn Rrch ard Champa Semud Rau Gladys Toczko Barbara Ludlam Arlene Gustafson Peggy Lacey joan Robinson Llllnan Wal lace Rlchard Powers Richard Thorne Charles Hmckley Charles Connors Robert Gaffney james Connolly Chlquxta Flelds Mary Murphy Clanre Foley Tbzm' Rou Ann Wlnters Prlscmlla Z Holstrom Mary Franz Helen Kuehl Barbara Foote Ruth Ska leckx Lorrame Sullivan Mary For rester Patrlua Palmer Grace Burns Ruth Brown Helen Macuch Barbara Knlcoyne Peter Hylen Richard D1Carlo ak Rau R1chardCederholm Clanre Dockendorf Ann Pemberton Ray mond Nltz Donald Nltz Dom1n1c Esposlto Edward Hunter John lorrester Elsle Conrod Carl Olsen Thomas Worth Wrlllam Johan sen Josephme Mlllrgan llllomc Sweet lbllommlmentllt, Or the Jumor Play D1rector Mlss Foley The members of the junlor play are Ruth Brown Chester Strrckland Beverly Cederholm Frank Catano Marge Taylor Anthony DAmel1o Donald Isaac joseph Buckley Carl Olsen Eleanor Norman Fred Mc Kceman Vergnl Naveau Gorman Kiley Rlta Mandervxlle Barbara Barker Helen Macauch josephxne Mattlaccno Shxrley Lakey Dommlc Esposlto jane Doherty bczlemncc Club Advlsor Mr Crnmmms Left to rzght Wrllnam Small joseph Rozen Albert Wallace Paul Frank enberger Herbert Saunders Gard ner Smlth Patrnua Palmer Arthur Trnnque Henry Cooke , . 1 V - - : ' f ' Y v V 3 1 - . s , r 1 5 1 . , , , . - , . , . . y w . . , ' A W 1 v ' ' ' .- ' . , . 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B111 Hatch Don McPherson Ed Hoeg B111 Seaverns Bol: Marconr John Leonard Gordon Lee Leo Jones Phil Brewster Second Rou Ronald Smith Gorman Krley joe McDonnell Gardy Smith Ted Reese joe Lacey Joe Benjamrno John OMalley Butch Dangora Dom Esposito Third Rau Edward Stewart Bob Chevrre Pat McDonnell George Zlrnglebel Winton Washrng ton Frank Corrrgan Frank Harris Frank McDermott John Robinson 1F OOTBALL OACH Joe Zapustas called out candidates for the football team and a good showmg of boys came out The l1ne was pretty Well set There were capable guards m Don McPherson Bobby Tierney and Brlly Seaverns alternatrng rn that positron The tackles were rugged boys Ted Reese and john Robmson wrth Dom Es poslto alternatrng ohn Leonard and Frank Harrls took over the center posrtron wrth John on the defense and Frank on the offense The ends were two brg and rugged gentlemen Gardy Smith and Capt Grg Marconr Zap had good reserves rn Wmton Washrngton oe MacDonell and John OMalley at the ends Chrck Lacey Ronnre Smrth and Gordon Lee at the guard posrtrons P T McDonnell C that rugged knd from Lrberty streetb Leo jones Bob Chevrxe and Freddre McKeeman took over at tackle Zap had trouble wrth an mexperrenced backfield Ozzre Benjammo who could krck run and pass was hrs trrple threat George Loomer and Frank McDermott fa castoff from B C J took over at fullback Frank Corrrgan the krd with the wmgs on hrs feet was the wing back Eddre Hoeg took over the quarterbackrng slot Zap had good reserves rn Angle Dangora who was used mostly on defense and Brlly Hatch at tarlback and Phrl Brewster and Ducky Zlrngrebel at wlngback Eddue Stewart Gorman Kiley and Bob Dupras made up the rest of the backfreld Our first encounter was wrth Canton wlth whom we had already scrlm maged The Blue Devrls were all set for therr first game CANTON 24 STETSON 6 The Blue Devlls took thrs one on the chin Zap drdnt need any movies to tell them what they drd wrong Maybe rt was the old unrforms or maybe first game jntters Fumbles rnter Canton scores In the last quarter Frank Mc Dermott bucked over from the fixe yard stripe to give the Blue and Whrte therr only score STETSON 20 SCITUATE 0 The Blue Devlls broke 1nto the wrn column wrth a decrdrng 20 to 0 wm Stetson s all round play was rmproved tremendously and the block mg particularly that of Bob Marcom and Don McPherson Bobby Trerney was a strckout rn the lrne The first score came when Frank Cor rrgan on a reverse zipped around hrs left end and went all the way to pay drrt Loomer klcked the pomt McDermott bulled over from the five yard strrpe for the second score and Ozzre Benjammo gave the crowd a thrrll when he took the krtkoff and ran rt back 65 yards for the third and final touchdown 5 . 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RANDOLPH MAssAcHUsE'r'rs Forty three STETSON l a WHITMAN 7 The underdogs in thls contest didnt bother the Blue Dev1ls tt tll This xsn t the first tlme Stetson has beaten Whitman with a few mln utes remarnmg the same thing happened last year In the frrst play of the game Whitman scored their first and final touchdown when on a reverse they took advantage of an unshlfted Blue Devll line and capitalrzed on thls mistake The point was good and Nxfhltmtn led 7 to 0 and thats the way the half ended During the last period two touchdowns were callel on Frank Corrigan Angle Dangora with live mln utes rem unmg threw a pass to Smitty who took it on the five and went over Loomer klckcl the ponnt that tied rt up With 1 few minute rematntng George Loomer ran hard through the left slde of the llne and scored the wmmnf td and that fim hed Whrtmin Bobby Mar com rugged end gave one of the finest de fensrve exh1b1t1ons ever seen on Stetson field He was lmmense throughout the struggle and Whitman found it lmposslble to gain around his end STFTSON 53 ROCKLAND 0 This mtde xt three in a row for the high fly mg Blue Devlls On the first pl ty of the gtme Ozzie Benlammo zipped around his right end broke into the clear and went 56 yards to pay dirt Loomer klcked the point Frank1e Cor rtgtn sped around hrs rrght end 19 yards for a td Wlth Benjammo and Loomer dorng the ball carry1ng they took the ball up to the two vard stripe where McDermott bucked over After Rockland failed to gain the Blue Dev1ls scored agam when Angie Dangola crashed off tackle for the fourth touchdown Midway in the final heat Bllly Seaverns guard realized a linesman s dream as he plucked a Rockland pass out of the a1r and zoomed 45 yards for a td to end the rout STOUGHTON 34 STETSON 6 Randolph and Stoughton two of schooldom s most bitter rrvals were down for thelr annual dog fight This game was supposed to be the best on the South Shore Stoughton handed the Blue Devils their worst defmt in two years 54 to 6 There were more penalties tn this game fa total of 775 ytrds to be exact: than all of the games put together Stoughton had terrific power and Stetson could do nothing to stop xt IS they scored w1thout wlll The only scormg for the Blue Dev1ls came with five minutes re malmng to play George Ztrnglebel going over from the one on a reverse Injuries were many as Bobby Tierney lost a couple of teeth whrch were found around the field Angie Dangoxa was easily the outstandlng player for the Blue Devils The ame ended rn a HOC wlth polrce men holding off fights tmong the players ml spectrtors CATHEDRAL 20 STETSON 7 The Blue Dev1ls went down to their third defeat of the season as Cathedral swamped them 20 to 7 Benjamlno and Loomer sat th1s game cut with injuries Cathedral scored hrst as therr fullback bucked over from the five XVrth lrttle time remaining in the half Angle Dangola cl1 maxed a 65 yard march when he scooted over from the tne yard stripe Danfvora passed to Smith for the extra pomt and led tt the half 7 to 6 The second half came and the Blue Devrls looked pltlful as Crthedral scored on ome flule touchdowns and the Blu Devils went down to defeat C tthedral went away wlth an easy vrctorv MIDDLEBORO 7 STETSON 0 Stetson couldnt win this one lf they had a dozen teams The jlnx worked rn reverse for Mlddleboro as they copped tts first wln over the Blue Dev1ls since 1944 nt was a heartbreaking defeat A devil td was called when a holdnng pen tlty was detected Another touchdown went out the wrndow as McDermott bucked over but clipping was ctlled Late rn the game the fight ing Blue Devrls staged a gallant 55 ylrd drnve which reached Mlddleboros 18 time ran out ind that ended th tt so the Blue Dev1ls couldn t caoxtllrze Frtnkle McDermott turned ln his best perform rnce plckrng up a total of 74 vards whlle Don McPherson and Bobby Tierney sparkled in the lme HINGHAM 19 STETSON 6 The Blue Dev1ls played farewell to their last game of the season thelr fourth defeat ln a row and the fifth all year Hmgham scored ln the first quarter and twice in the thxrd stanza Angle Dangola raced 78 yards but stepped out of bounds on the 75 fso the ref satdj Bobby Tierney was outstanding at guard rn h1s final high school game despite a pamful htp in jury Ozzie Benjamxno Frank Corrigan Don McPherson Angle Dangora Bobby Tierney Gardy Sm th and Glg Marconl and Eddie Hoeg played their last glme of the year for The Blue and Whlte It was a dlsappolntlng season for the Zap men wrth a 4 and 5 rec ord They had lost all their SPIIII and fight it seemed after the Stoughton game They re cerved their share of bad luck throughout the season and now the Blue and Whlte look for ward to a better and more prosperous season to come Butch Dangola v - ' -4 . . . . . 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Ron Blll H tth Gorman Klley Bob Morrrs Bob Dupres Phil Brewster Don Nelson David Crxmmnns Manager 'hml Ron Fd Stewart Wnnton Washxngattmn Frank Harms Fred Teed lrank McDermott Glrlsg Basketball Team lzrat Roz: Hell to rzgbll Lleanor Norman Gwendolyn Herman Marlone Curley jane Seaverns Marnlyn johnson joan Penderg.,rast Llsle LaBelle Sturm! Ron Coath Mildred Lappen Paulme Tardamto Fleanor Nason Fdna Fbbs Ltllxan Wal late Rosemarne Berme jean Kelley llunf Rau Barbara lootf. Mary lranl Barbara Knltoym Ann Pemberton fathcrlrlr Mnl ellan I lanre Dmkendorl f - , V 1 . - . I, H J . . , , a . , - , . 2 ,J . . - ' f 11 . ' , , .. ' , , . , , ' . ., I ,. , ' ,- . , . . ., . - . , , - " 'v I -v I 'Q 4. v ' 4 v RANvoLvH lVlASSALHUSLllb lortyhvc BASKETBALL OML wtntcr at old Stetson High School the gym starts jumping with the sound of lea ther agatnst wood This year was no dlfferent The flrst week of December Coach oe Zapus tus tssued a call to ll worthy men to tome try 1 u for the rllu trrous basketball team! 'J The hrst g me wt nt chelulel to start unttl anu try 4 and so the boys looked forward to lots of practxce and were sure that they would have a good team We added a fast break to the al ready pat weave and found that we had a good first team combmatron rn Ozzte Benjamtno Bobby Grav Ilddle Hoeg Hot Dog Franken berger and Russ Dolan They soon began to whtp mto shape and when anuary 4 came they thought they were ready to go MIDDI EBORO 34 RANDOLPH 24 A classy Mlddleboro team desttned to be come Class A champions came up to Ran dolph s Town Hall and proceeded to take Stet son apart The Blue Devils were definitely off the game and mlssed many xmportant baskets which made Mtddleboro seem to walk away with the game Both teams were green and so both looked a ltttle awkward The Seconds 4StetsonsJ went down to defeat but looked promtslng because for most of these boys lt was thetr first game The score of the second tc m game was 46 to l7 ALUMNI 43 STETSON 79 After 1 practlce pertod of four days when they were run down to the ankles the Stetson warrtors took on the alumnl Wrth many of the men playing agalnst each other that only last year were playing bestde each other the contest was supposed to be excrttng The Alumm was a good combmatton many of them having played together with the Amvets They were just a httle too experienced for our boys but for three pertods xt looked mighty close The ball handlrng of the Stetson boys was bet ter and so was the shootrng so that they were begtnnmg to get a lrttle of that lost conhdence ack HOLBROOK 44 STETSON 57 A power packed Holbrook crew crossed the frtck to wtpc they hoped up the court with Stetson Stet on was high for th1s game and prouded one of the major upsets of the season l-ecause Holbrook was rated one of the better school boy teams of the South Shore In a fast game whrch saw four of the regulars htt for double hgures the flashy ball handling of jack Whxte of Holbrook wound up the mght wrth 15 points The Holbrook Seconds made up for thetr bigger mites by 005105 out the Stetson Seconds 23 to 30 BRAINTREE 68 STETSON 47 A much btgger and more powerful Bruntree club took Stetson mto camp but not untrl the scrappers from Randolph had provlded an un expected battle and tt wasnt untrl the fourth perlod that Bramtree was able to pull away and sew up thts ball game With a httle more luck Stetson could have won that ball game and pro vrded two upsets rn a week The seconds fell to defeat by a score of 46 to 20 WHITMAN 38 STETSON 47 Stetson scored another btg upset when they prnned a defeat on a powerful Whltman club and really made the baskets count Hoeg was one of the malnstays of the club this night be cause he accounted for fifteen pornts and was a defensive bug bemg all over the court This game revnved hopes that Stetson could sttll go to the Tech Tourney Hoeg again provtded the spark which gave Stetson tts power The sec onds made tt a clean sweep by nosxng out Whtt man seconds 24 to 26 BRAINTREE 64 STETSON 44 Stetson was swamped by a fast movlng Bram tree outfit agam but still made a game of tt for three periods before the Bramtree boys showed their power and pulled away to knock Stetson all over the court A low score featured the seconds game when Bramtree seconds beat the Randolph seconds 26 to 14 WHITMAN 45 STETSON 48 Stetson again surprlsed Whitman by nostn out the Red and Black by 3 pornts to prove that Stetson was still potent Hoeg and Benja mrno were both hot both hlttlng for double figures and both playing great defenstve games Stetson seconds agam sunk the Whltman sec onds by a small score of 26 to 14 HOLBROOK 44 STETSON 54 After bemg upset rn Randolph an enraged Holbrook team came back and trted to man handle Stetson and found tt hard to get away with a 10 pomt victory Thus victory cost Stet son all hope she had for mvrtatron to the Tech Tourney The Holbrook seconds ran away w1t'1 therr ball game and came out wrth a 35 to 16 wtn Gray played a good game for a lostng cause bemg both brrlltant on defense and sttll finding ttme to become hugh scorer wtth 11 pomts .. . . 1,4444 I -' I 4 Q ' s ' 1 - 1 1 K - . , , . , J - 1 . 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