Stony Brook School - Res Gestae Yearbook (Stony Brook, NY)

 - Class of 1934

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So, as we dedicate to them this expression of our school's spirit, we offer it, not as a memorial, but as a humbler witness of our awareness that their lives exemplified this spirit far better than any Written Word could ever do. 5 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS STAFF Editors-in-Chief W. BEVERLEY BUSCHGEN ROBERT G. HOWELL Business Manager Advertising Manager JOHN M. MYERS DAVID J. RICHON Associate Editors JOHN M. SHARPE WILLIAM W. FELLERS LEWIS A. SMITH A. ANSON WOOD FREDERICK D. LAWRENCE G. ARTHUR FLEURY JULIUS C. WARD PHILIP F. VOEGELIN Sports Editor HAROLD T. BURNARD Assistant Sports Editor DAVID B. WOODWARD Assistant Business Manager Subscription' Manager JOHN T. SMART CHARLES R. BIXLER F arulty Advisers MR. J. WESLEY INGLES ' MR. GILBERT C. MOORE 6 :J V5 Y L -S fa v I f, ff , fx, K fl 2 f f':'X'!7':?f?" 'fx'fff,,.-:T-5. 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ROY M. HART, LL.B., Trearurer . . . . FRANK E. GAEBELEIN, Litt.D., Secretary . FRANK D. ARTHUR, LL.B. ....... . THE REV. DONALD GREY BARNHOUSE, D.D. . PHILIP A. BENSON ........ . . RICHARD H. GILLESPIE ......... THE REV. WALTER B. GREENWAY, D.D. . WILLIAM ALBERT HARRISON ..... JOHN ADAMS HENRY ....... THE REV. WILL H. HOUGTON, D.D. . . EDWARD H. HUFNAGEL ........ . THE REV. EDWARD J. HUMESTON, B.D. . THE REV. ROBERT SCOTT INGLIS, D.D. . ROBERT JOHNSTON .......... THE REV. A. GORDON MACLENNAN, D.D. . DEWITT F. OTTMAN . . . A. M. THOMPSON, LL.B. . . THE REV. JOHN C. WILLIAMS . . . Montclair, N. J . . New York, N. Y . Brooklyn, N. Y . Stony Brook, N. Y . . New York, N. Y . . Philadelphia, Pa . Brooklyn, N. Y . Stamford, Conn . Jenkintown, Pa . White Plains, N. Y . Montclair, N. J . . New York, N. Y Mount Vernon, N. Y . Huntington, N. Y . . Newark, N. J St. Louis, Mo . Pittsburgh, Pa . . Greenwich, Conn . . Pittsburgh, Pa . . Crafton, Pa 15 , 5 1 u .f 2 e ? T I 1 f 4 M A ,, 2 9 1934 RES GESTAE QCTLASSIS 19341 HEADMASTER Frank E. Gaebelein, A.B., A.M., Litt.D. New York University, AB., 1920 Harvard University, A.lVI., 1921 VVheatou College, Hon. l,itt.D., 1931 Headmaster, Stony Book School, 1922- Instructor in Bible, Stony Brook School, 1924- 16 5 5 .. ,H ,R 1 3 1, X 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 I Pierson Curtis, A.B. I Princeton University, A. B., 1913 Instructor in English- Kingsley School, 1913-1915 Pawling School, 1915-1917 lVIelrose High School, 1918 Browne and Nichols, 1918-1919 Pawling School, 1919-1923 Stony Brook School, 1923- Sabbatical Leave- Faculty of Yale University, 1929-1930 Francis G. Armstrong, A.B., A.M. Colgate University, A.B., 1923 Columbia University, A.lN'I., 1928 Instructor in Latin and German, Vllorcester Academy, 1923-1925 Instructor in Latin, Stony Brook School, 1925-1928 Dean, Stony Brook School, 1928- Charles W. Ruifner, Litt.B., M.A. Grove City College, Litt.B., 1921 University of Wisconsin Coaching School, 1926 Rockne-lNIeanWell Coaching School, Vllittenbury College, 1929 Teachers College, Columbia University, lVI.A., 1929 Instructor- Fairmont, Pa., Public Schools, 1914 New Bethlehem, Pa., High School, 1915 Latrobe, Pa., High School, 1921-1923 Indiana, Pa., State Normal School, 1923-1926 Director of Athletics and Instructor in lVIathematics, Stony Brook School, 1926- J. Wesley Ingles, A.B., Th.B., A.M. Wheaton College, A.B., 1926 Princeton Theological Seminary, Th.B., 1929 Princeton University, A.M., 1929 Instructor in English, Stony Brook School, 1929-1931 Instructor in Bible, Stony Brook School, 1930-1931 Instructor in History, Stony Brook School, 1931- 17 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 Franklin H. Isham, A.B., A.M. University of Vermont, Ph.B., 1916 Teachers College, Columbia University, A.lV1., 1926 High School Principal in Vermont, 1916-1919 High School Principal in New York, 1919-1922 Columbia Graduate School, 1925-1926 Instructor in lvfathematics- Olean High School, 1922-1925 Potsdam State Normal School, 1926-1929 , Stony Brook School, 1929- Charles E. Welch, A.B. lX1onmouth College, A.B., 1927 Principal of Little York High School, lll., 1928-1930 Instructor in Science- Storm King School, 1930-1931 Stony Brook School, 1931- Gilbert C. Moore Assistant 'Treasurer and Business lvlanager Stony Brook School Stony Brook Assembly, 1929- Instructor Business Subjects, 1932 Walter H. Congdon, B.S. lN1anual Training High School, Kansas City, lVIo. Monmouth College, B.S. Teachers College, Columbia Division Commander, Culver Summer School, 1926- 1930 Master in Science, Track Coach, Stony Brook, 1926- 1931 Principal of Junior School, 1931- 18 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 Elizabeth Bell Ruffner Punxsutawney High School Grove City College Instructor Fourth Grade, Stony Brook School, 1929- Thomas W. Brohard, A.B. Stony Brook School, 1925 Davidson College, A.B., 1930 Instructor in English and Bible, Stony Brook School, 1931- Assistant Coach, Stony Brook School, 1931- Gaston Robert Jousson, A.B. University of Pennsylvania, A.B., 1933 La Sorbonne, 1931-1932 Instructor in French, Stony Brook School, 1933- Helen L. Vanderwerken, R.N. Post Graduate Hospital, New York City, 1912 lvfanhattan Eye and Ear Hospital Sloan Maternity Hospital U. S. Army Nurse, 1917-1919 Nurse and Dietitian, Stony Brook School, 1922- 19 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 Elizabeth A. Hopkins House Mother, 1929- Howard R. Fuller, A.B. Mt. Hermon Wheaton College, A.B. Instructor at- Mt. Hermon, 1928-1931 Stony Brook Junior School, 1931- 3111 gilllemuriam Rev. Alfred Frank Ham Northwestern Bible School Stony Brook Junior School, 1931 Helen Welch hlonrnouth College, A.B., 1928 Instructor at- Monmouth High School, 1929-1931 Stony Brook Junior School, 1934- M. May Walker Secretary to Dr. Gaebelein, 1929- E. Hadley Wyburn hfloody Bible Institute, 1924 Secretary to lVIr. lNIoore, 1932- -1934 20 4 If 1 r . , 4 -. . . 1 W 1-r , .. . . 1 . .,ggw.,'1,.4 +.,,.',.f 3, 4. -V ' .,.- . 1, .A..,1 ' ,I 4, 42 , A. ,. .. N. -h , .,, ,,,: Jw , w . , ' ' 1' 1 " " 153 14:1-m:" 'v.,"m,,..r:...fs"I.n , "f - f ' w r., " ff ' "x'."'1' 13"-ff f1"'E f .-NAL ' is 1 - 1 .,- --41. L ,r1fVT.., ,Qf. .fr,fr'f.s,V-. Q -. L , A- f,, ,- -M-,ag-.1r.,,, mn 3-,,, ,L, ,, , 4. -GM ' .V .V - H ., ,QQ ,Wg-' . k 5 . : . Qu. W.-rf . 1.-. ,, ,wg , . ' -v an , .1 H -J, ,- -X ML, ,- ,- V'-4, -gl 5-L1 ,: A :'x.'S'5 ff' .... 51, :ir .f7Nfl"'1'f'.L.. 25: " ' Lthr' ,na-,Lv ' at , " 5159! 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Wav-14. f ,gb V-CE: EV -ff V X ff- X 'Y "V 9'XV4:V? " V " -f,f,XQXv,f.:1Q-4 15,-5.1 .y ff: Vf V-Q 'VV:a'iXA Xa V ye"-SW' "?qi9'V.-Z'-K fi . .1244 .AX fs'PIQ::V --,:4.VfV- XXV: 'Z f '15-W -14557 - ,ifw ??X1EV '5'f',Q-- if -X11-of!-:IV . 'VA bm"1"ll"-51 4 ,WX ' f-.--V, 4wV 54,1-Xlxwf' 'TW 1 , --4 42 if ' -' - fgf.-,V X- ak '4g,X3fV,' ,Y EV:-Vwizf N20 ,1Fsw 'i' 4f . -'Xfizg Mx. " ' - w X fs -VVV . 1 ff" Xt, ss. A vi-: N im QV VVQV EQ- V .V4eXV fz4s, f 0 1 4 , A 12 1 , , .4 Q! rl E f .1 3 V. ,W fa 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 DR. GAEBELEIN'S MESSAGE TO THE SENIOR CLASS HE ties of intimate association are not easily broken. Friendship is enduring, but personal fellowship depends on circumstances. And it is the lot of a Headmaster to face at the close of each school year the severing of delightful and helpful fellowship as the Senior Class leaves the School. Some of you I have known for five, six, or even seven years-others for one or two years. All of you I know well, and all of you I count as my friends in the bonds of Stony Brook. There has been no class, I think, with whom I have enjoyed working more than I have with you. Our personal association must cease. . But we can retain forever our friendship in Stony Brook and in the Lord Jesus Christ whom our School endeavors to serve. just in so far as you and I give Him the pre- eminence in everything shall we live and serve with true success. 20.0-k 70.4-lfrlzaf-A 25 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 ' JAMES WILLIAM ANDERSON cadndysv Peering through a pair of horn-rimmed glasses, myopic Andy is often heard tooting his melodic trombone at Christian Asso- ciation services and in the school orchestra. Furthermore, his long lanky form graced the football field last fall. He is mild of disposition and never without his breadwinning smile. 33-34-Football Squad, Glee Club, Orchestra, Thespians, Handicrafters, Rille Club.--College intended: Wheaton. CHARLES RICHMAN BIXLER H B1'x7 7 A rugged complexion, hand in hand with a winning manner, make this handsome athlete a veritable woman killer. We find him performing spectacular tackles on the football field, orating in chapel on the need of more Brazilian missionaries, and receiving nicely perfumed letters from-well, he won't tell. What will he do without his pal Fluke when he graduates? 32-33-Football Captain, Basketball Varsity, Vice-President of Student Organization, Vice-President of Christian Association, President of Athletic Committee, Athletic Club. 33-34-Football Varsity, Basketball Varsity, Track Squad, President of Senior Class, President of Christian Association, Vice-President of Thespians, Treasurer of the Athletic Club, Sec- retary of the Athletic Committee.-College inlendzd: Davidson. JORGE BOLET " Bullet" The majority of us are not educated enough in music to under- stand the sounds that come from the piano under the Cuban lad's eiorts, but all appreciate the genius that is within his slightly plump exterior and wish him success in his chosen profession. For all his genius, he's human. 33-34-Organist, Glee Club, Orchestra, Manager of Baseball, Wrestling Squad. HAROLD TREBING BURNARD cccorkyrs Corky does not approve of his nickname. Maybe that's why he went out for wrestling and downed some of our opposing teams' young hopefuls. If you see a, rather tall, clumsy, usually silent individual rushing into a room demanding his Colliery, Burnard has arrived. But from all reports he's quite a social light at home. 32-33-Football Squad, Wrestling Squad, Tennis Squad, Thespians. 33-34-Wrestling Squad, Tennis Varsity, Sports Editor of Year Book Stali, Stage Manager of Thespians.-Collfge inlended: Philadelphia College of Osteopathy. 26 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS A 1934 WILLIAM BEVERLEY BUSCHGEN "Burch" Beverley Coh what a name for a man!J has made his impression on Stony Brook with his comet and orchestra, his somewhat facetious mannerisms, and his schnozzle. Blessed with a unique sense of humor, Busch pulled through Stony Brook with flying colors. How that man can "give 'em the axe"! 33-34-Football Squad, Baseball Squad, Director of Orchestra, Editor of Year Book, President of Glee Club, Thespians, Cheer Leader, Advisory Committee, Entertainment Committee.-Cob lege intended: Davidson. JAMES DAHL 44Whi,Kyaa With his blond hair hidden beneath a felt hat, jimmy can be found strolling leisurely about the campus on sunny afternoons with time on his hands. He is somewhat seclusive, but they say that's the way of a person in love. Perhaps that is the case, who knows? The secrets of the heart are seldom let out. He is said to be quite a society man in Bayport. 33-34-Tennis Squad, Class Basketball Team, Glee Club, Handicrafters.-College intended: Undecided. CARMEN FRANK DENGLER ccD0pe1a This noisy, juicy, class clown has been known consistently to back the Philadelphia Arhlezifr. Was he sorry when they lost the pennant? His Philadelphia accent was to be heard all over the school bemoaning the loss. He also disapproves of "Dope" as a nickname and says that he prefers the more im- pressive "Bud." But we still call him the "Dope." 32-33-Basketball Squad, Tennis Squad, Soccer Team, Class Basketball Team, Bulletin Staff, Thespians, Baseball Varsity. 33-34-Basketball Squad, Tennis Varsity, Track Squad, Class Basketball Team, Bulletin Staff, Year Book Staff. College in- tended: University of Pennsylvania. WILLIAM WARREN FELLERS "Fla tlyi' Bill is an intellectual, four-eyed scholar who has succeeded in remaining at Stony Brook for six years. Moreover, his raucous mistakes on the chapel organ in the absence of Bolet are the delight of the rabble. But when amourous or romantic inclinations cause him to write to an unknown young lady, we see a sense of humor that, combined with a certain aptitude in classes, make up for his shortcomings. 32-334Wrestling Squad, Baseball Manager, Glee Club, Bul- letin Stall. 33-34-Tennis Varsity, Basketball Squad, Class Basketball Team, Vice-President of Christian Association, Year Book Staff, Bulletin Staff, Thespians, Orchestra, Glee Club.-College intended: Oberlin. 27 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 GEORGE ARTHUR FLEURY "Flulee', Shyness, athletic ability, a pointed proboscis, and piercing green eyes are parts of this lank, conscientious lad's features during five years at Stony Brook. We like his modesty even though at times we do make fun of his love for milking cows. But what a woman hater! Some combination. 32-33-Basketball Varsity, Baseball Captain, Track Varsity, Athletic Club. 33-34'-Basketball Captain, Baseball Varsity, Track Varsity, Vice-President of Student Organization, President of Athletic Club, Year Book Staff.-Collage intendfd: Cornell. JOHN FREDERICK GILMARTIN KCGH77 His whiskery appearance gives one the impression of a bear, especially when trying to stop him on the football field. But his silence is golden! Moreover, one is astounded at the amount his cavernous maw will contain. We think him the biggest eater and rough-houser in the class. 33-34-Football Varsity, Track Varsity, Wrestling Varsity, Baseball Varsity, President of Athletic Committee, Advisory Committee Freshman Class Advisor.-Collcgf intended: Fordham. WILLIAM HENRY HAZLETT " Hermien "Hermie" made the football varsity this year and retains the innocent expression despite the tricks he learned during the interim. Although he is the youngest in the class, he looks a good deal older than he isg but let his actions speak for them- selves. Girls, to those who observe his actions in their innocent presence, seem to make him act a bit crazy. 32-33-Football Squad, Wrestling Manager, Track Squad. 33-34-Football Varsity.-College intended: University of Freiburg. WILLIAM H. HENRICH, 3rd "WiZlie,' Shortness, broad shoulders, and a smiling countenance are a few of the characteristics of this hardworking student whose ambition seems to be to go to Princeton. And we'll admit that his office as chairman of the Advimry Committee forces him to be better, perhaps, than he would like to be. Tough luck, old boy! 33-34-Football Squad, Wrestling Squad, Chairman of Ad- visory Committee, Glee Club, Orchestra, Thespians.-College intended: Princeton. 28 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 ROBERT GRIER HOWELL il Bob77 His real talents are not fully appreciated here in a boys' schoolg for from no less an excellent source than his roommate, we 'rind that many are the young ladies who fall for his manliness and winning ways. But faults are evident, even though not outstanding enough to mention. Let it pass! 32-33-Football Varsity, Track Varsity, Vice-President of Junior Class, Year Book Staff. 33-34-Football Varsity, Track Varsity, President of Thes- pians, Year Book, Associate Editor of Bulletin.-College intended: University of Pennsylvania. VINCENT MINER JOHNSON "Sweden We laughed when we heard his accent, but through the fol- lowing months we grew to like this good humored, smiling, shuffling athlete. His work on the basketball court saved many a game, and modesty never let him get a swelled head. .33-34-Football Varsity, Basketball Varsity, Baseball Varsity. -College inlended: Pennsylvania State. FREDERICK D'HUY LAWRENCE "Hooey" His reduced form and aptitude on the gridiron certainly sur- prised all old timers this fall. But he's inherently the sameg for Howell, Mr. Curtis, and the sailboat continue to be his big moments at Stony Brook, although someone suggests that he has big moments elsewhere. 32-33-Track Squad, Rifle Club. 33-34--Football Varsity, Rilie Club, Tliespians, Year Book.- College intended: Williams. JOHN G. LEWIS, IR. "Dunk" Yes, John is a very good boy-when he is asleep. But during his working hours he manages to get into just about everything. Out of school one would ind him playing football, baseball, or slinking of bounds to indulge in some nefarious habit. And we all like himg he throws such an enticing line of bull. 32-33-Jayvee Football, Basketball Squad. 33-34-Football Squad, Basketball Squad, Baseball Squad.- College inlended: University of Pennsylvania. 29 1934 RES GIESTAE CLASSIS 1934 ROBERT CARTER MORRELL K E -Bok! 3 Not much is seen or heard of Bob, for his social activities, perhaps, keep him quite busy at home. Much is he given over to silent brooding, and the words we hear are mostly those of cynicismg yet his cynicism usually has a humorous twist. 32-33-Football Squad, Track Squad. 33-34- College intended: University of hlichigan. JOHN MERRY MAN MYERS cc-luigesa Johnny picked as light a schedule as possible, ably living up to his reputation as the laziest in the class. Why is johnny so lucky? But starring in basketball and tennis, Myers has certainly kept up the athletic tradition of his family. 32-33-Football Squad, Basketball Varsity, Baseball Varsity, Tennis Varsity, President of Junior Class. 33-34'-Football Varsity, Basketball Varsity, Tennis Captain, Business Manager of Year Book.-Business. ADDISON WADE PALEN 6GAj'ax7? The farmer is supposed to be the first to marry according to the class ballotg but "why" is an unanswerable question. His acting won him a place in the Thefpianfg and sailing in Mr. Curtis' boat seems to be his pastime at present. 33-34-Football Squad, Track Squad, Thespians.-College in- tended: Cornell. F M, HAROLD IRWIN PATTERSON I 6 7 "Pat" tries to act the class clown, but the class insisted on electing him the most gentlemanly. His social leadership was the reason for his being put in charge of the Senior Weekend. Managing the wrestling team and the school are two of his favorite indulgencesg but despite his somewhat sophisticated nature, he is well liked. 33-34-Football Squad, Manager of Wrestling, Baseball Squad, Pres. of Student Organization, Glee Club, Chairman of Entertainment Committee.-College intended: Wheaton. 30 1934 RES GESTAECLASSIS 1934 WILBER R. PRALL ll Bud!! Some would say that he looks slightly unenergetic, but that boy can play football and baseball. Around eight-fifteen every morning we see him roar into school with that passe car of his. How he can persuade that animal to make such a healthy racket is beyond most of us. 33-34-Football Varsity, Baseball Varsity.fCollege inlendfd.' WVeslcyan. HENRY M. RANDALL li Ra!nd:y7Y We have here, ladies and gentleman, a nice, well behaved, red-headed, freckled school boy who must certainly live to eat. But welll not hold so trifling a thing as that against him since his fiery hair is superseded by his benevolent and generous character. 33-34-Football Squad, Wrestling Squad, Tennis Squad- Colffge inlfnded: Columbia University. DAVID JULES RICHON " Ri.rh" Our blase friend from Hempstead and his victrola certainly make lots of noise on the top floor of Hegeman. However, he is quite harmlessg most of the noise can be singled out in one sentence: "Who says Osa Loma is no good?" "Rish" is the mcst popular fellow in the class, and we wish him the same luck everywhere. 32-33-Football Varsity, Baseball Varsity, Athletic Club. 33-34fFootball Varsity, Baseball Captain, Vice-Pres. of Athletic Club, Vice Pres. of Senior Class, Executive Committee, Advisor of Third Form.-Collage intendfd: Dartmouth. JOHN MALLERY SHARPE nsharpyv Little more than a slender flame in the form of Johnny Sharpe runs the mile in a number of seconds under five minutes. And does his red hair ignite his hotter temper at times! Radio is a hobby and craze with him, and there is quite a bit of talk carried on over our heads by WZEEL and WZCA. 32-33-Track Varsity. 33-34hTrack Captain, Class Basketball Team, Thespians, Bulletin Staff, Year Book Staff.-Collfge Inlendfd: Columbia. 31 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 JOHN THOMAS SMART "Piru.v" Johnny is a short, fiery, Rudolph Valentinoish student of Stony Brook who has prowled these halls of learning for many years. This past one he has been engaged in keeping his temper in "Bratland," more formally entitled the Junior School, but has been very active, nevertheless, in school life and sports. 32-33-Jayvee Football Captain, Basketball Squad, Wrestling Varsity, Soccer Team, Baseball, Tennis Squad, Year Book Staff. 33-34-Jayvee Football Captain, Basketball Varsity, Wrest- ling Squad, Tennis Varsity, Year Book Staff, Entertainment Committee, Junior School Coach. Collega intendfd: West Point. LEWIS AUSTIN SMITH is Toads: "Louie" impresses one with a rare wit that is reflected in a continuous smirk, a pair of twinkling eyes above a pug nose and khaki-colored hair. But what a genius! "Scinti1lating" is the only appropriate word. What more could you expect from the dean's personal secretary? 32-33-Jayvee Football, Track Squad, Bulletin. 33-34-Football Varsity, Wrestling Squad, Athletic Club, Executive Committee, Rille Club, Bulletin Staff, Year Book Staff.-Collfge intended: Brown. JOSEPH WOOD SUYDAM 66510577 This tall cynical young man is often observed holding forth on various, scientific subjects in Sharpe's room with Morrell. His dry sense of humor is a source of delight to those who hear him, although it is usually at the expense of some person or thing. 32-33-Wrestling Squad, Baseball Squad, Vice-President of Handicrafters. 33-34-Collegfinlfm1'ed.' Rensselaer. PHILIP FREDERICK VOEGELIN CCBatH Scholarly and athletic looking, Bat Voegelin succeeded in con- quering Virgil and the majority of his wrestling opponents. His practical jokes and love for rough housing in times past could make certain students roaring mad, but we can't get away from the fact that he's a swell fellow. 32-33-Football Varsity, Wrestling Varsity, Track Squad, Secretary of junior Class, Bulletin, Athletic Club. 33-34-Football Varsity, Wrestling Varsity, Track Squad, Athletic Club, Editor of Bulletin, Year Book Stali, Secretary of the Student Organization.-College' imendfd: Wesleyan. 32 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 I JULIUS COGSWELL WARD njujwu Paleness, unpretentiousness, and modesty are some strange constituents that go to make up the intellectual Julius, who can lick almost any fellow of his weight in wrestling on the Island, or run the hundred in practially ten flat. However, his room isn't all Mrs. Hopkins thinks it should be, although Julius thinks it's all right. 32-33-Football Varsity, W'restl Athletic Club. 33-34-Football Varsity, VVrestl Athletic Club, Bulletin, Staff, Year Book Stali.fCol!ege intended: Annapolis. ALFRED ANSON "Woody Awkward handsome Anson is a terror on the basketball court and a perfect lady on the stage, balanced gentleman if there ever was one. Moreover, his long legs enable him to clear a bar that is only a few inches under his height. The only dificulty arises when he tries to keep his feet off the floor during a bull session. 32-33-NVrestling Squad, Track ians Athletic Club p .,, . 33-34--Basketball Squad, Track Varsity, Tennis Squad, ' Athletic Club, Thespians, Bulletii Christian Association, Class Basketball Team-Colfege 1'nle'rided.' Colu mbia University. GORDON WALTER '4No5e" Gordon has the longest record at Stony Brook-one covering a period of ten years. His premier occupation seems to be his radio, call letters WZCYA. Sharpe is often found with Gordon discussing in mysterious terms certain involved hookups far above the average person's head. 32-33-Secretary of Handicrafters, Operator of VVZCYA. 33-34-Bulletin, Handicrafters, Operator of WZCYA-College intended: Undecided. ing Varsity, Track Varsity, ing Varsity, Track Varsity, JAMES DOUGLAS WATT " Twaff' Logical, muscular Dug made a reputation for himself by carrying the football repeatedly last fallg also it is doubtful whether several 155 pound wrestlers on Long Island would care to meet up with him again, for Doug has proved himself a terror on the mat. 32-33-Football Varsity, VVrestling Varsity, Baseball Varsity, Athletic Club, Executive Committee, Rifle Club. 33-34-Football Varsity, NVrestling Varsity, Baseball Varsity, Athletic Club, Executive Committee, Rifle Club.-College intended: Oberlin. WOOD, JR. af which makes him the well Squad, Tennis Squad, Thes- i, Year Book, Secretarv of , 33 1934 RES GIESTAIE CLASSIS 1934 1 1 mis-.wr JUNIOR CLASS Prfxident JOHN VAN RANST Vice-Prefidfnt Treafurfr HARRISON XJICKERS JOHN DILL FOURTH FORM GRANT F. JOHNSON AERTSEN P. KEIXSBEY ROBERT S. KESLER EDWARD A. LUKENS AIIFRED F. ETAN RANST HERMAN A. BENZ CIEORGI2 AI.AN BOTH ROBERT A. BUYERS, JOHN H. DILL THEODORE L. DODGE, JR. HARRISON VV. XIICKERS DONALD M. WATT DAVID B. XVOODWARD EDWIN L. ELLIS DONAIID M. IRVVIN 1 34 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 THIRD FORM ROBERT A. BOYD, JR. ALAN SEAVER CORBETT PAUL O. ELLIS HUGH S. FURMAN GEORGE E. GIBSON CARL E. HOLCH ROBERT L. HYATT KENNETH R. KAY KENNE TH N. PAUL S. LANDIS ROBERT D. LANGWORTHY EDWIN B. MCDANIEL LEROY B. OLIVER HOWARD M. OLSEN HOWARD E. SHIPLEY THOMAS S. SIMMS JOHN U. STEUBER VOEGELIN 35 1934 RES GIESTAE CLASSIS 1934 SECOND FORM KENNETH L. BELL XWTILLIAM A. IRASQUIN JOHN J. BOLTEN CRUYON W. SCHWARZE CHARLES VV. CONAWAY, JR. EMMETT C. SIMPSON XTERNELLE XVALLACE IDYER,JR. MATTHEW H. STEVENSON ROBERT A. KEASBEY KENNETH STUART RICHARD H. LANDIS LISPENARD SUYDAM GILBERT C. MOORE, JR. XVILLIAM ANSEL TUTHILL EDWARD S. JVIUYSKENS HAROLD S. VOEGELIN FREDERICK F. POTTER, JR. DAVID S. NVATT FIRST FORM R.ICHARD D. BOUTROS PAUL XVALLACE DUKESHIRE FREDERIC N. BYERLY JOSEPH SHERMAN CRERARD THOMAS lj. COLBY, IH ICLBERT RUSHMORE KILGOUR JON CONFORTE WYARREN PRESTON N1CKENNA HUNTINGTON VVOODMAN CURTIS RALEIGH MORROW PECK GILBERT WATT 36 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 JUNIOR SCHOOL THOMAS R. ALLEN XKVARREN L. BENNETT ROBERT W. COLBY XVINIFRED CURTIS WILLIAM P. DUKESHIRE ARTHUR H. ELLIOT, JR. ROBERT J. FRANKE JOHN P. FRASER ALFRED S. HAM HUGH HILL THOMAS T. KEASBEY JOHN R. IQENYON JOEL S. LAWSON' KARL A. PARSHALL, JR. LEONARD RICHARDSON WILFRED O. RITENBURGH DONALD G. ROMEIKE JOHN H. SAVILLE EDWARD H. L. SMITH WILLIAM W. SMITH PHILIP R. TRAVER PETER P. VYOIYAKOFF FREDERIC R. D. XVILLIAMS 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 ATH LETI CS 38 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 BENZ . BIXLER . BOLET . BURNARD BUSCHGEN DENGLER DILL . . DYER . ELLIS E. ELLIS P. FELLERS FLEURY . GILMARTIN HAZLETT HOWELL . JOHNSON G. JOHNSON V. KAY . . KEASBEY, A. . KESLER . LAWRENCE MYERS . PATTERSON L. . PRALL . RICHON . SHARPE . SIMMS . SHIPLEY . SMART . SMITH . VAN RANST . . VOEGELIN VICKERS . WATT, DAVID . WATT, DOUGLAS . WARD . . . WOOD . 1934 LETTERMEN . . . .Baseball . Football, Basketball . . . . Baseball . . . . . Tennis . Baseball, Cheer Leader . . . . . Tennis . .Baseball . Wrestling . Track . Tennis .......Tennis . . . . Basketball, Baseball, Track . Track, Football, Baseball, Wrestling . . . . . . . . Football . . . . Football, Track . Basketball, Track, Baseball . Football, Baseball, Basketball . . . . . . Basketball . Football, Wrestling, Baseball . . . . Football, Baseball . . . . . . . . Football . Football, Tennis, Basketball . . . . . . Wrestling . Football, Baseball . 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A W uhm .X .Vg SH Ng Q4 -. xy, 1 wwf' , Mxa 1 NW -3233+815 gg- v w 1 3 11 if Q Q ,J X I A v N , A 1 1 Q1 -. , f , ,. fx-, N X -4 . -f 2W:fxb-g.':.1k..6,nf- ff. w'?!f'.. -7 '1,- X, . 42? wk tg. ., , , , , '.-W v... .-vm' .4 - V.. , .. , . . nf' .-'NTP - W1 fri Q55-':.'24' ' --1: r-- M H -'ff ' ' V if ff' . A w -2:-- Qwfvf -. ish-2.15m ' - M.. Q: -ww-.216 '- -f'f'QixE5,!1QQif-QQKQQLQN J fp: g.- 49-W f 'VI' y .4 A J.-L,- 2 ,ggfg-:Q 'fY...Q.:g'Zf1f'2t'Q'-. 9 'gngkt ,XQmr'.f- Q fwfr: X .. :WW-f' dxl, .W Z f g ,qkiv 'Saga ff G9 if wi? ' 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 1926 .... 1927 FOOTBALL TEAM SEASONS' COMPARATIVE RECORDS Won .. Won 1928 .... . . Won 1929 .... . . VVOH 1930 .... . . Won 1931 .... , . VVOI1 1932 .... . . W'on 1933 . . XKVOH yi 39 Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Tied 1 Tied 2 Tied 1 Tied 1 Tied 1 6 41 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 THIS SEASON'S RECORD Bayshore ..... ,....... 0 Stony Brook ,... ....... 7 Bayshore's eleven, which managed to upset last year's hopes for a scoreless season, was defeated in the opening game due to strong offensive work on Stony Brook's part. Although Bayshore had the advantage during the first half, making several long drives, Stony Brook turned the tables in the third quarter. Gilmartin led the team down the field With a twenty-yard end run. He also scored the touch- down, Myers making the extra point. Thereafter the visitors were unable to make any effective attacks against the Home Team. Flatbush .......... .... 0 Stony Brook ......... . 13 Over-confidence nearly lost the Flatbush game. During the first half a series of fumbles and bad passes were made in an attempt to score. But Coach Ruffner's comments on the playing between the halves started the team in the third quarter with a determination to win. The improvement in their playing was soon evident when the team carried the pigskin to the ten-yard marker, from where Gilmartin scored. Myers made the second touchdown after receiving a twenty-five yard pass. St. Pau1's ............ 12 Stony Brook .......... .7 Following three years of victory, Stony Brook lost to St. Paul's this season in a hard-fought game. Thomas of St. Paulfs scored with a twenty-yard run, and Hendrickson ran down half the field for the points that won the game. Stony Brook, having recovered her morale, played a splendid offensive game in the last quarter, but it was too late. Gilmartin, however, carried the ball over the goal line in the last few minutes of play. Greenport ............. 6 Stony Brook .......... 18 The week after St. Paul's victory the team defeated Greenport by a score of 18-6. Gilmartin and Prall, greatly aided by the team, did the scoring. Gilmartin gained two touchdowns on line plunges, while Prall broke loose for a seventy-yard run in the third quarter. The team's passing offense proved valuable for the first time because of their regained spirit. Brooklyn College Znds 13 Stony Brook ......... . .6 Brooklyn College Zndslled Stony Brook throughout a fast game, which offered many scoring chances to both teams. The opponents, advantage in weight soon began to tell on the Stony Brook eleven, and by the third quarter they had gained their second touchdown. Gilmartin gained the Home Team's only score in a swift passing attack. 42 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 Chaminade ........... 25 Stony Brook ........... 0 Stony Brook suffered the worst defeat of the year from Chaminade, with a final score of 25-0. Although Stony Brook threatened their goal line at the start, Chaminade's stronger team stopped them and soon began to push them back. During the second quarter the Red and Gold marched down the field for thirteen points. Although our team played as hard as they had all season, Chaminade proved to be too much for us, gaining two more touchdowns in the second half. Port Jefferson ........ .6 Stony Brook ........... 6 Although the Home Team was slated to win, it failed to return Port Jefferson's aggressive fight. Only after the opponents had gained their six points did Stony Brook start the drive that brought Gilmartinis touchdown in the last quarter. Long Beach .......,... 0 Stony Brook ........... 6 The last game was played by two teams greatly handicapped by the two-inch fall of snow. As neither was able to work ground plays on the slippery field, punts and passes gained all the yardage. Due to these many punts, the ball kept chang- ing hands until the end. Bixler did most of the kicking and Doug Watt scored the only touchdown by a long, spectacular run. FOOTBALL PERSONALS Captain Vickers Vickers, although small, held down the right guard position for his second year at the post, and did it in such a way as to win mention as an all-county prospect. Despite his light weight, Vic led the interference effectively and stood out as a stubborn defensive man. Bixler Charlie was a mainstay of the team at tackle, where his experience and spirit made him an outstanding line man. Bixler proved his versatility by doing the kicking at which he had few superiors and at times shifting to the backfield. We regret that Bix leaves us this year, for he has had a long and enviable record as a player. Howell Bob played a steady game at right end all season. His speed helped him greatly in covering punts, and on the defense he was a strong player. Howell is another of the regulars lost in graduation. Gilmartin Johnny, a newcomer this year, took over the fullback berth, where his line playing has made him the highest scorer in Suffolk County. Gil is a vicious 43 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 tackler and an experienced runner, where he is most valuable. He plays for the love of the sport and this year won the Vanderveer Trophy for sportsmanship. Voegelin Phil, a veteran returning from last yearis varsity, has filled the center position again this season, where he has bolstered the team greatly in the difficult roving assignment. "Bat,' tackles hard and is a steady player who will be missed next year. Watt Doug is one of the two men to return from last year's backfield. He is solidly built at 155 pounds and is a fast ball carrier. This year he called signals, and seemed especially adept at off-tackle plays, and backing up the line. Richon Dave is the second of the two backfield men to return from last year. "Rish,' is an elusive man in an open field, and a hard runner despite his weight. Catching passes and end runs are his specialty. He has made himself a valuable man this season. Van Ranst Van is a transfer from Manual Training, and his 180 pounds of playing ability have given him the other halfback berth. Although he was held down by injuries, he was valuable on both the offense and defense. Prall Bud is another newcomer from Bayport who has taken over left guard position, and receives passes at end on the offense. He plays a steady game in the line, and spills many plays through the middle zones. Ward "Jule" playing left end is a hard and sure tackler. His sportsmanship and effective blocking are also outstanding. Although he seldom makes noise, his speed in getting under punts has won many kicking duels. His never-give-up spirit is appreciated by his fellow players. Kesler "Bud,' is another of the newcomers who fills the other tackle berth. His speedy development this year helped the team out of a hole. He has a fighting spirit and a real concern for the team. His return next year will aid the team greatly. Hazlett Bill used his knowledge and experience from last year in alternating at end with Ward. His ability to break up end runs on the defense, and his blocking on the offense were a great aid. He plays best when the team is down. This is a great compliment to any player. 44 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 BASKETBALL TEAM COMPARATIVE SEASON'S RECORDS 1926-7 ........................... Won 1927-8 ..... 1928-9 ..... 1929-30 .... 1930-1 ..... 1931-2 ..... 1932-3 ..... 1033-4 ..... . . Won . . Won . . Won . . VVon . . Won . . XVOII . . W'on Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost Lost 45 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 MAJOR GAMES OF LAST SEASON La Salle ............. 19 Stony Brook .......... 26 Stony Brook defeated La Salle by a large margin. G. Johnson was high scorer, with Bixler and Myers cooperating. Because the varsity did so well in the first half, second team men were substituted for the remainder of the game. Sag Harbor .......... 16 Stony Brook .......... 27 Sag Harbor's overconfidence was soon lost because of the accuracy of Myers' and Johnson's shooting. Helped by good teamwork and playing, Stony Brook managed to defeat their opponents by a large majority of points. Bayshore ............ 19 Stony Brook .......... 24 Held back by Bayshore-:'s vigorous attack, Stony Brook trailed behind until the fourth quarter, when the team tightened its ranks and carried Stony Brook to the fore in the last three minutes. St. Paul's ............ 30 Stony Brook ......... 28 Stony Brook fell so far behind in the third quarter that even a desperate comeback failed. A rally brought the score to 28 all, until Douglas of St. Paul's made the last basket. St. Pau1's ............ 30 Stony Brook .......... 25 Although winning by a narrow margin, St. Paul's showed Stony Brook a better game of basketball. They kept the lead despite a last minute attempt at evening the score. Thomas made 19 points for the winners, while V. Johnson sank 14. Collegiate ............ 26 Stony Brook .......... 28 Stony Brookls team defeated Collegiate even though they were handicapped by a limited court space. V. Johnson made five goals and two foul shots for Stony Brook, while G. Johnson followed up with 9 points. Bayshore ............ 17 Stony Brook .......... 23 Stony Brook defeated Bayshore in a return game by a score of 23-17. The varsity played a fast offensive that took Bayshore off guard and at the same time guarded Flynn and Smith, high scorers for the South Side school. 46 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 BASKETBALL PERSONALS Captain Fleury Good old dependable "Fluke" always came through when the points were needed. He is a good leader and an excellent guard. This was his third year at varsity post, and we hope he will be back next year to help the team out. Captain-Elect Grant Johnson This year was "Swede's,' iirst on the varsity. His good shooting and shifti- ness earned for him the right forward position and next year's captaincy. John Myers Johnny, also playing his first year on the varsity, distinguished himself by his coolness and deliberateness. His good defensive work as left forward will be missed tremendously next year. Charles Bixler This was Charlie's third year as a varsity guard. His lighting spirit and pep was the spark that kept the team at its best. His position will be hard to fill next year. Vincent Johnson "Big Swede" played a fine game at center. His shooting and passing earned him his position. We hope he will take a P. G. and be back next year. John Smart Johnny played a good game at forward. He alternated with Johnson G. and Myers and made numerous points. Rhoderick Kay A pleasant, smiling manager. 47 1934 RES GIESTAE CLASSIS 1934 WRESTLING TEAM PAST SEASON'S RESULTS 1931-2 .... ...................... Y Von 0 Lost 5 1932-3 .... .. Won 6 LoSt1 1933-4 .... . . VVOI1 11 Lost 2 17 8 I LETTER MEN Captain PHILIP VOEGELIN Captain-Elect Manager AERTSEN KEASBEY HAROLD I. PATTERSON VERNELLE DYER JULIUS WARD DAVID WATT DOUGLAS WATT LANE PATTERSON JOHN GILMARTIN ALFRED VAN RANST 48 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 Columbia .......... 1 ly, Stony Brook ......... 19 One of our Wrestling season high lights was our meet with Columbia, which we won by an advantage of 7Vj points. . Our light weights Keasbey and Watt established our lead with 8 points. Patterson's defeat at the hands of Henkle, an old St. Paul's friend, made things look dangerous until Doug Watt defeated his man. Gilmartin licked his 175 lb. class opponent, although this was his first year at wrestling. After having wrestled one match he showed his pugnacity by wrest- ling again with 250 lbs. of freshmen although the odds were against him. Stony Brook. .101 Amityville ..... 79 Bayshore ...... 46 The Suffolk County Championship Meet won by Stony Brook was another outstanding match to our credit. Four of the individual weight championships were carried off by L. Patterson, Ward, Doug Watt and Voegelin, the team trophy being won by a margin of 22 points. Patterson with a good scrap in each won both his first two matches. In the finals he met Zappi of Amityville who was a tough proposition for Pat, but after what apparently looked like a draw turned out to be a decision in favor of the latter. Ward drew a bye in the first round to start him off and defeated Roe in the second. In the finals Ward met Delizio from Bayshore whom he defeated in a few masterful strokes. Watt did not start off as easily as had Ward. In the first two rounds he met Bandrowski and Estler, whom he had found tough opponents in earlier matches. In the finals Doug met Drew and gained the County Championship. The fourth championship was captured by our Captain, Voegelin, who man- aged to gain the top with ease. In the finals he defeated Willis ofAmityville with a time advantage of 3:40. Stony Brook ......... 14 P Poly Prep ............ 16 This match, in the home gym, was probably the finest of the year, certainly the tensest. Each team took four bouts, but the Brooklyn squad gained two falls to the losers' one in the eight bouts. Voegelin's losing bout with Carter was the feature, with the former headed for victory, succumbing in the final seconds. Keasbey disposed of Foshay, later claimant of the Island title, in 40 seconds. 49 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 TENNIS TEAM Last year's tennis team proved to be highly successful. Most of the team were excellent players, a few of them having made good records in other schools. In order to seed the players an intramural meet was held at the beginning of the season. Myers won first place followed by Arthur with McClanahan and C. Smyth rallying for third place. The tennis prospects this year seem doubtful for the first time in many years. Myers is the only letterman who has returned this year, out of seven lettermen of last yearis varsity. He has played on our teams for the past three years and has been our first man for the latter two. Among those who are most promising are Shipley, Smart, Fellers, Burnard, Dengler, Wood and Vickers. With this material Coaches Ingles and Jousson expect to build two strong doubles combinations, thus relying on Myers for the first singles. 50 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 TRACK The 1933 track team won a majority of its dual meets under the able coach- ing of Messrs. Brohard and Welch. The dual meets included contests with River- head, St. Paul's, Bay Shore, Port Jefferson and Huntington. Although Captain McClanahan was forced from competion early in the season, the team successfully defended Stony Brook's track reputation. As the season advanced it was seen that such men as Sharpe, Ward, Fleury, and Howell would make excellent ma- terial for this year's team. Last year's lettermen included: McClanahan, Small, Reese, Harmon, Ward, Sharpe, Howell, Fleury, Randolph, and Simms. Although five of last year's lettermen returned and new talent appeared favor- able, the team has lost three of its first meets. Nevertheless, all three have been lost by very close margins. In the dash events we have: Ward, Oliver, Howell, Bixler, Dodge, and Furman. The distance races are supported mainly by Captain Sharpe and Simms, with the assistance of Vlfoodward and Palen. In the jumps we see Fleury, Wood, Howell, and Bixler as the main scorers. The Weights are well represented by Grant johnson, Van Ranst, Fleury, and Gilmartin. At the St. Paul Invitation Meet, G. Johnson won the only first place for Stony Brook, while Fleury, Sharpe, and Ward received second place medals. 51 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 BASEBALL TEAM Five lettermen form the backbone of the team this year with eleven others trying for varsity positions. Captain Richon, Fleury, Doug. Watt, G. Johnson, and A. Keasbey are the remaining five who received baseball letters last year. Dill, Wyatt, and Prall alternate as pitchers with one of the trio holding the shortstop position. G. Johnson has his old position on first base and can be expected to be a steady hitter. Keasbey takes care of second base with Captain Richon holding down his former position at third base. For the outfeld We have Fleury, Gilmartin, V. Johnson, Lewis, and others contesting for these positions. 52 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 ACTIVITIES 53 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE President IWIAROLD PATTERSON Vice-Prefident Secretary ARTIIUR FLEURY PHILIP VOEGELIN Memberx J. DOUGLAS VVATT HARRISON VICKERS, III IJAVID RICHON A. E. lX"lCDANIEI4 A. P. KEASBY, JR. H. S. VYOEGELIN GILBERT XVATT This year the lfxecutive Committee of the Student Organization functioned for the lirst time under the new constitution. lts duties are to represent the student body and to bring the ideas and needs of the students before the attention of the faculty. It is also the governing body of the school and appoints the important Advistory Committee. 54 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 1 I RES GESTAE STAFF Editorf-in-Chief XV. BEVERLEY BUSCHGEN IQOBERT G. HOWELL Bufineff Manager Afdvertifing Manager JOHN NI. MYERS DAVID J. RICHON Affoeiate Edilorf JOHN NI. SHARPE WILLIAM W. FELLERS LEWIS A. SMITH A. ANSON WOOD FREDERICK D. LAWRENCE G. ARTHUR FLEURY JULIUS C. VVARD PHILIP F. VOEGELIN Sport: Editor HAROLD T. BURNARD Affxiftant Sportf Editor DAVID B. WOODWARD Afffiftant Buxineyf Manager Subfcription Manager JOIIN T. SMART CHARLES R. BIXLER Faculty Advixerf NIR. VVESLEY INGLES MR. GILBERT C. MOORE 55 1934 RES GIESTAE CLASSIS 1934 THE BULLETIN Editor-iii-Chitif . . 14f50ciatfEdit0rJ . Departrrirrit Editor Literary Editor . . Sporty Editor ,.,. flffiftarzt Sportf Editor Bufiiifff Managfr . Subxrriptiort Mandgfr General Secretary . . Contributor! . . . Faculty Advifer . . PHILIP F. VOEGELIN J LEWIS A. SMITH ' 1 ROBERT G. HOWELL . . IFHEODORE L. DODGE . JULIUS C. WARD , . JOHN M. INIYERS . . CARMEN DENGLER . WILLIAM NV. FELLERS . . . A. ANSON NVOOD . . . JOHN M. SCHARPE I GORDON WALTERS XL DAVID B. WOODWARD . . DR. F. E. GAEBELEIN 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION Prfrident CHARLES R. BIXLER Vick-Prffidem Vice-Prffident NVILLIAM VV. FELLERS THEODORE L. DODGE, JR. Sefrftary A. ANSON WOOD Faculty Advixor DR. FRANK li. GAEBELEIN Led by Charles Bixler, the Christian Association has been one of the most vital and inspiring forces in the School. Meetings are held every Sunday evening with the officers presiding and other boys speaking. Occasionally Sunday morning Chapel speakers stay over and address the group. At least once a year young people from all parts of the island hold a joint meeting in the Chapel. These meetings, which, because of the opportunity to speak, are of immense value to those who intend to enter the ministry, set forth Christ as the chief factor of everyday life and impress the importance of public as well as private worship. 57 1934 RES GIESTAE CLASSIS 1934 CUM LAUDE SOCIETY The Stony Brook Chapter FRANK F.. GAEBELEIN, A.B., A.M., Litt.D. .... . .Presidznt PIERSON CURTIS, A.B .................... Vice-Prexident FRANCIS G. ARMSTRONG, A.B., M.A.. . . ...... Secretary Elected 1930 FLORIS FERWERDA GILBERT HARMON JOHN WALTER HERMANN FRANK MAGILL THOMPSON Elected 1931 BRUCE FINLAY VANDERVEER ROBERT RANDOLPH THOMPSON JOHN WARREN I-IERSHEY CHARLES MILLER PATEMAN Elected 1932 JAMES KELLER SMITH ELLIS GARDINER YOUTZ Elected 1933 KENNETH MUNRO SCOTT ROBERT WILLIAM CRAIG LEDLEY PERRIN DAVID RAMSAY SMALL WALTER THOMAS OLIVER Elected 1934 JORGE BOLET WILLIAM HENRICH, III WILLIAM WARREN FELLERS ALFRED ANSON WOOD JULIUS C. WARD PHILIP F. VOEGELIN LEWIS AUSTIN SMITH Cum Laude is the national interscholastic scholarship Society corresponding to Phi Beta Kappa in colleges. Founded at Tome School in 1906, it now has nearly seventy chapters in leading preparatory schools throughout the country and a total membership of almost six thousand. The Stony Brook Chapter, formerly the Optimi Society, received its charter in 1930. Membership in Cum Laude is the highest honor the School confers. Stand- ards for admission comprise leadership in Scholarship and irreproachable character. 58 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 THESPIANS Prefident . . . ROBERT G. HOWELL Vice-President . . . CHARLES R. BIXLER Secretary . . . . . . ALFRED VAN RANST MR. THOMAS W. BROHARD Directorx . MR. AND MRS. FRANKLIN H. ISHAM MRS. CHARLES E. WELCH Under able direction the Thespians have produced and staged three plays this year. In the fall the humorous "The Trysting Place" was produced. Later "Cappy Explains" and "Moonshine" were given at the Alumni Banquet. At the time of writing another play is being rehearsed. Besides the actual work of producing a play, the members of the club have been responsible for the maintenance of stage equipment, scenery, lights, curtains, and other necessities. GLEE CLUB Preridfnt W. BEVERLEY BUSCHGEN Vice-President Sfcrftary DONALD M. WATT ROBERT S. KEsLER Librarian Pianist GEORGE ALAN BOTH WILLIAM W. FELLERS Director JORGE BOLET The Glee Club has not been so active this year as it has in the past. Mrs. Margeson of Stony Brook, an experienced musician, directed the club during the early part of the year. Under her able direction the organization made its initial performance in the fall. They later sang in chapel at one of the Sunday morning services and were met with great approval. In the spring, under the direction Of Jorge Bolet, a double quartet visited the Central Presbyterian Church of Huntington, L. I., where they took part in the evening service. With most of the veterans returning next year the coming season looks bright. 59 3 - ,,'. - my 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 FEATURES 60 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 last will anh Testament We, the graduating class of the Stony Brook School this year of our Lord nineteen hundred and thirty-four being in excellent health, but left with a dubious state of mentality after a number of years at the aforesaid institution, do find it fitting to take leave of our fellow students by bestowing on them certain proofs of our affections as follows: 1. Anyone's sensibleness to Dill. 2. Ward's silence to Boutrous. 3. Hazlett's toaster to Mr. Brohard 4. Henrich's dignity to the First Form. 5. BiXler's religion to Simpson. 6. Smith's smirking to Mr. Jousson 7. Dengler's noise to Olsen. 8. Suydam's good looks to Muyskens. 9. Gilrnartin's whiskers to Simms. 10. Morrell's girl friend to Guyon Schwarze. 11. Fleury's beak to Boyd. 12. Lawrenceis voice to Rasquin. 13. Voegelinis wrestling ability to Langworthy. 14. Burnard's cork to whoever wants it. 15. Wood's Latin pronunciation to Mr. Armstrong. 16. Palen's razor to Woodward. 17. Sharpe's girlish slimness to Hyatt. 08. Buschgen's schnozzle to Dr. Gaebelein. 19. Howell's artistic ability to Mr. Jones. 20. Myers' taciturnity to Kilgour. 21. Johnsonis lisp to Coach. 22. Patterson entirely to Miss Van. 23. Gilmartin's toughness to Vickers. 24. Prall's car to the junk pile. 25. Walter's babel to Corbett. 26. Howellis Lawrence to Mr. Curtis. 27. Watt's brothers to the school. 28. All spare alarm clocks to Mr. Isham. 29. Richon's Cab Calloway records to Mr. Fuller. 30. Old bottles to Mrs. Hopkins. 31. Feller's sermons to Stevenson. 32. Woodis tummy tonnage to Van Ranst. 33. Fleury's pole vaulting ability to Benz. 61 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 SENIOR CLASS FAVORITES School activity . . Sports-Bulling Virtue in a wife ......... Character--Fidelity Occupation after college Putting to practice what we have learned Topic of conversation .......... The fair sex Sport ..... . . Football Class . . . . English V Novel . . . john Brownlf Body Newspaper . .... Timz: Magazine . . . Colliers- Esquire Movie actress . . . Katherine Hepburn Movie actor . .... George Arliss-Will Rogers Orchestra . . Glen Gray and his Casa Loma Orchextra Popular song . . ..... Smoke Gel: in Your Eye: 62 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 CLASS BALLOT Done most for S. B. . Bixler Most iniiuential . . . Bixler Most Popular . . Richon Best Athlete .... Gilmartin Most Likely to Succeed . . Watt Most Energetic . . . . Sharpe Most Absent-Minded . . . Ward Biggest Drag with Faculty Patterson Needs it Most .... . Dahl Biggest Social Light . . Richon Most Gentlemanly . Patterson Best Natured . . V. Johnson Biggest Rough-Houser . Gilmartin Worst Woman-Hater . . Fleury Best Build . . . Voegelin First to Marry . . Palen Best Dressed . . Richon Most Handsome . Bixler Laziest . . . Myers Brightest . . F ellers Meekest ...... V. Johnson First to Have a Bay-Window Lawrence Wittiest ...... Buschgen Class Clown . . . Dengler Biggest Grind . . Ward Most Musical . . Bolet Most Optimistic . Buschgen Most Pessimistic Suydam Most Generous . Hazlett Heartbreaker . . Howell Luckiest . . . Myers Unluckiest . . . Hazlett Most Conscientious . Fleury Biggest Eater . Gilmartin 63 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 AS WE SEE OUR MASTERS Favorite Favorite Names Appearance Expression Likes Dislikes Worry Pastime Noise S. B. will DR. GAEBELEIN., Busy Do you see? Bolet's in become Swinging playing chapel co-ed watch Absent- Give me His new Building MR. CURTIS .... rrinded half a Boats Dressing up oil his professor window burner garage Smith Charts MR. ARMSTRONG. Cynical will Wass War and Political do it diagrams orations Save The MR. RUFFNER. .,.. Rugged your Fighters Dissipation athletic Health money teams talks This Going MR. INGLES.. . , . . Strong younger Readers' Postponing His 05 the generation Digest tests children subject MR. ISHAM .... . Nervous My wife Soft Rough- His wife Checking up soap housers People who He'll miss MR. BROHARD. .. Drowsy You Rest break school too many Out birds, . . . rules breakfastsiffj after two I don't know To MR. WELCH .,., . Western this subject tell Gil's Table Controlling but . . . jokes tackling manners Johnston Take That Going MR. JOUSSON., .. Bejoweled it Gladys American Les Coudes to easy accent Providence Favorite Name Appearance Expression Likes Dislikes Pastime Ambition You To ANDERSON ..... . Gawky owe catch Newspapers Peddling To me . . . minnows papers graduate Cut Being Correcting To be BIXLER .... . Handsome out, Athletics called the Senior a Rish! "Bundy" Class missionary Close Playing To be a BOLET ..... . Untidy that Music Fellers the concert window! piano artist v Where's Being Awaiting To be BURIN ARD ..., . Pensive my Boats called special a ' . Col1ier's? "Corky" deliveries physician Where's Long Leading To be Oa BUSCHGEN ..... . Well dressed my Blue Island School medical roommate? Envelopes Railroad Orchestra missionary Isn't Big time DAHL .... . Lazy that in Stool Taking None silly? Bayport pigeons Walks To be a DENGLER, . . . . Dopey You juice To be big Everything Griping tennis player Writing to To go FELLERS .... . Intellectual Aw, nuts! Exams Less than 90 unknown to women Oberlin Talking Train FLEURY .... . Farmer Hey, Bix Track Slams with those Bix cows Time between Make the GILMARTIN, . , . . Rough Gong-gong Food breakfast Sports Fordham gong-gong and dinner team 64 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 AS OTHERS SEE US Favorite I Names Appearance Expression Likes Dislikes Paslime Ambition Duck His To take HAZLETT ..... . . . Innocent that mother's Shaving Studying a radio! pies P. G. ' Beat his HENRICH ..... . . . Gracious Well, now . . . Virgil Greasers Slaving brother in studies To go to HOWELL. . . , Movie hero You mutt! To loaf Lawrence's Raising Penn jokes mustacbes relays Eating To take JOHNSON.. . Meek I-Iey, Kess Stony Brook To be kidded ice another cream P. G. Writing to To be LAWRENCE ........ Portly Pardon me, To be Studying Howel1's an Lady Astor important friends engineer Be like LEWIS ..... Mopey In Patterson Rules Probation his Honeybwook uncle Isn't To use To be a MORRELL .... , . Petrided tit to big Trains Designing naval eat words boats architect To beat MYERS .... Foxy Hey, Dope Tennis Work Loafing Frankie Parker To be PALEN ..... Like a hick Censored! Babes To be Reciting a corrected paetryQ?J farmer Quit Running To be PATTERSON ......, Important nudgin' Dotty Lou Any job the a mel schoo teacher That Repairing PRALL ..... Sleepy Cblankj Baseball A rush his C?J car car Studying To RANDALL ..... , . . Reserved Now, in Port History Commuting in the get lobby through Stop the An empty To RICI-ION ..... Cute cheap Week-ends mail Bulling make stuli box Dartmouth Getting SHARPE ..... Skinny I have Track the Radio To beat business mail Bonthron Putting To get SMART .... Care-worn Hey, you Patterson Brats the brats into brats! to bed Penn Keeping To meet SMITH. . , . Smirking That's a French Dean's Hermie a iizzle charts calm babe Any Bulling To SUYDAM .... Sophisticated big Motors Stony Brook with be words Morrel humorous Working To get a VOEGELIN .... . . , Strong Hello, Bat Athletics Praise on Wesleyan Bulletin scholarship Can't To be To be a WALTER . .. Cynical do His radio pushed by WZCYA radio business Hermie operator Peace To wait Waiting To do the WARD, .... FOEEY Forget it! and on the on 100 in quiet brats tables ten Hat To WATT ..... Worldly Come on! Wrestling Wassing Reading speak robust French Dirty cracks To learn WOOD ..... Moonfaced Nuts! Elizabeth about Yelling to Brooklyn write 65 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 DAILY CALENDAR Sept 20-Old boys return. School opens. Sept. 21-The usual schedule jumble is started. Sept 22-Assignments unprepared. We make a fine start. Sept Sept. Sept Sept. Sept Sept Sept Sept Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. Oct. 23-Patchogue given a lesson in the art of football. The annual get-together party is held with many celebrated jam-eaters and wrestlers present. The ice cream disappears as the lights go out in the gym. 24-Prexy holds forth in chapel. 25-Seniors attend the first guzz. Ice cream and pretzels team up in the grand parade. 26-Dunn is shown the ropes by Simms, who was shown in the fall of 1930. 27-We recall Simms' flrst bout with a razor-three shaves Within one hour. What a beard! What a beard! 28-Bible classes start. 29-Football squad is seen in scant attire on the field. 30--S. B. 7. Bayshore 0. Barringer comes to see the game and smoke a cigarette before the boys. Did you know that steel is an important product. 1-Dr. Buschgen spoke in chapel. 2-Scrimmage with Smithtown. 3-Fellers wasses at the table much to Mr. Isham's horror. 4-The Aggies game is cancelled. The football team loafs. 5-The squad is till recuperating from the shock. 6-Flatbush vanquished 13 to 0. 7-Seconds defeat Garden City 6,0 as Mr. Fuller and Lawrence ofiiciate. 8-Dr. Fritsch gave the sermon. 9-Scrimmage with Riverhead. Vickers says that Zaloga is quite abig boy. 10-Bolten claims that he has a small appetite. 11-Dr. Monro gives a lecture on practical finance. Bixler receives a manuscript from Wooster. 12-Robert Harkness gives us a little singing lesson. Was it not Columbus who made famous this day? We wonder. 13-St. Paul's goes up in smoke! 14-St. Paul's 12. Stony Brook 7. Ouch! 15--Mr. Ingles gives the sermon. 16-Football squad limbers up after St. Paul's defeat. 17-Stony Brook seconds 12. Locust Valley Friends 0. What a man Myers! Eh, what? 18-Prexy gives his second lecture on finance. 19-Nominations for Student Organization oflicers are made. 20-H. I. Patterson is elected president of the Student Organization. 21-Greenport is defeated 18 to 6. 22-Mr. Page of the China Inland Mission delivers an impressive sermon. 23-Patterson makes his first speech to the Student Body QWho's running this school, anyway?J 66 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 Oct. 25-The Executive Committee has its first session. Oct. 26-Howell drops Solid. Oh dear, Mr. Isham is losing his grip. Oct. 27-Nothing happens. Oct. 28-Brooklyn College 13. Stony Brook 6. Oct. 30-Football team has a little workout-and how! Oct. 31-The four horsemen, Messrs. Brohard, Welch, Jousson, and Lewis, attempt to crush the Varsity. Ask Mr. Welch who got crushed! Nov 1-Burnard starts to prepare the senior stunt. It's some secret. Nov 2-The advisory committee is appointed as the executive committee has a session one and a half hours long. Nov 3-Famous echoes! Beat Chaminade. Nov 4-Chaminade 25. Stony Brook 0. The great stunt night. Ice cream mysteriously mislaid. Nov 5-Mr. Philip Howard gave the message. Nov 6-Basketball and Wrestling squads have light workouts. Mr. Webber is "busy." Nov 7-Dr. Gaebelein is sick. No Bible Classes. Nov 8-Football squad prepares to sink Port. Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov N ov Nov Nov Nov. Nov Nov. Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Dec. Dec. Dec. 9-The dean announces no tests on Friday but some tests. Smith knew there was a catch in it somewhere. 10-The tests werenit so bad. Big Pat gets a hundred percent in social usage test. 11-Port 6. Stony Brook 6. 12-Dr. Smith of Coatsville, Pa., gave the sermon. 13-Football squad starts on its last lap. Seconds 0. Patchogue 14. 14-Jimmy Duncan and Dotty I.ou give us a Romeo and Juliet scene in the dining room. 15-Another perfect day has passed away. 16-Dr. Gaebelein leaves for a well deserved vacation trip. 17-Last football practice is held. 18-Stony Brook 6. Long Beach 0. Mud and slush galore. 19-The Rev. Vance Havner of North Carolina gave the sermon. 20-The senior mascot musses up Richon's bed. Basketball starts in earnest. 21-Woodward discards the medicine ball. He must be good. 22-Basketball squad has a "workout." 23-Jimmy Duncan jazzes it up at the piano in Johnston Hall. Smoking is against the rules, so We notice. 24-The basketball team trims the faculty 44 to 31. 25-No sports. Stony Brook is deserted for a day. 26-Rev. Henry Woll was the preacher this morning. 27-Thanksgiving is very near. Ask anyone. 28-Everybody is ready to leave. 29-Stony Brook leaves for an extended week-end. 3-A few seniors use the 10:51 train privilege. 5-V. Johnson becomes a referee as the midgets nose out Islip 14 to 12. 6-Stony Brook 24. Riverhead 15. Basketball team starts with a victory. 67 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 Dec. 7-Senior class meets in the dark and discusses important matters for two hours. Mr. Isham couldn't check up. How sad! Dec 8-We beat Bayshore on their court 24 to 20. Dec 9-Snowbound by three inches. Dec 10-Dr. Ross Stevenson of Princeton conducted the communion service. Dec 11--The ranking ten announced. Wood is up in arms. Dec. 12-The last 1933 Bulletin arrives. Dec 13-St. Paul's 30. Stony Brook 25. Our first moral victory. Dec. 14-Ranking ten depart. Dec. 15-School deserted. Jan. 3-Boys return and rest. Henrich amuses the older boys with a new toy. Jan. 4-Everyone still recuperating. Jan. 5-Tall tales are still told by bold vacation exploring parties. Jan. 6--Frank Sheridan plays. Mr. Isham's theme song is, "I'm aheadin, for the Last Check-up." Wrestlers win practice match from Patchogue. Jan. 7-Dr. Frost of Greenlawn gave the sermon. Jan. 8-An abundance of alarm clocks is found under the study hall platform. Jan. 9-We again beat Bayshore. This time 23 to 17. We have a smoking fire drill. Jan. 10-The wrestlers duplicate with a 17 to 10 victory. Poor Bayshore. The seniors have the annual steak feed. Jan. 11-Dill pulls out a new "joke," Jan. 12-The year book staff begins to think about a year book. Jan. 13-We trounce the Columbia Frosh in wrestling 19 to 11 and nose out Collegiate 28 to 26 in basketball. We are presented with a radio. Jan. 14-Dr. Samuel Zwemer gave a very interesting sermon. Jan. 15--Vickers is out of the Infirmaryg Ma got tired of him in two weeks. Think of poor Aertsen, who has to have him all the time. Jan. 16-Hegeman realizes that Vickers is hack. jan. 17-Wrestlers defeat Oceanside 23 to 17. Dill brings the same old line out at the table. Jan. 18-Varsity quintet has a full hour of scrimmage. There must be a game soon. Jan. 19-Gilmartin wishes he could have a square meal. Jan. 20-Poly 16. Stony Brook 14. The wrestlers meet their first defeat. Jan. 21-Dr. Robert H. Glover gave the sermon. Seniors enjoy breakfast at the Curtis home. Jan. 22-The last lap before exams is begun. Jan. 23--The lab is heated above sixty degrees for the first time in this winter. Jan. 24-Lab is back down to forty-eight degrees. Dill and Furman receive the ultimatum from coach on training rules for basketball. Howell tries to get the year book staff to listen for thirty seconds. He is unsuccessful. Jan. 25-Richon incomplete. Produces another "Check-up" song. Who will be next? Jan. 26-Hunt Curtis is disciplined by Richon. The Solid class dissipates after exams. 68 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 Jan. 27-Stony Brook 27, Sag Harbor 16 in basketball. Dunn out for a little walk at one A.M. Jan. 28-Dr. Oliver Buswell of Wheaton gave the sermon. Jan. 29-Patchogue 10, Stony Brook 35 in wrestling. Midnight oil in demand. Jan. 30-Exams start. Jan. 31-Exams continue. Feb 1-Vickers announces his birthday. Feb 2-La Salle 19, Stony Brook 26 in basketball. Feb 3-School suddenly decreases in size as several more leave for the week end. Feb 4-Mr. Curtis gives a talk on Livingstone in Africa. Feb 5-The new page is open and ready for marking as the second semester begins. Feb 6-Trig class starts getting the cosines and sines, now feels like resigning. Feb 7-Basketball squad has "workout." Feb 8-Seniors lose. Dope pulls a fast one. Feb 9-Temperature is twelve below zero. Hegeman lobby flooded as many Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb Feb pipes burst. 10-Brooklyn Friends 14, Stony Brook 15 in basketball. Great Neck 14-M, Stony Brook QVZ in wrestling. Senior party with "Macbeth" act is success. 11-Dr. Harvey Farmer of Africa spoke. 12-Stony Brook 27, Brooklyn College Frosh O in wrestling. 13-Hegeman goes to bed early in preparation for St. Paul's game. 14f-St. Paul's 30, Stony Brook 28 in basketball. 15-Harmon and'Merritt arrive a day ahead of time to train for the alumni banquet. 16-The dean shows some talkies in the gym and the honor roll has the privilege to attend. 17-Stony Brook 43, Alumni 17 in basketball. Banquet was great. 18-Dr. Gaebelein talked to the alumni and the school. 19-Seniors win another game. Gilmartin shows how it is done in East Hampton. 20-Two feet of snow engulfs the campus. Dr. Gaebelein says he got lost in the blizzard between Hegeman and the Chapel. 21-Scotty organizes a gang of snow shovellers to dig out the road to Johnston Hall. We wonder what Corky is getting paid for. 22-We are given forty-five minutes of free time to celebrate Washington's birthday. 23-The snow shovelers are still going strong. 24-Stony Brook 37, Adelphi 21 in basketball. Stony Brook 27, West Hampton 5 in wrestling. 25-The Rev. Charles Ferguson Ball gave the sermon. 26-More snow. 27-Snow shovelers start all over again. 28-Mr. Webber busy keeping the shovelers at work. Mar. 1-Wrestlers preparing for championship. Basketball squad has its last hard workout. 69 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 Mar. 2-Watt and Ward eat an extra portion of spinach in preparation for the Patchogue meet. Mar 3-Wrestlers win Suffolk championships. Chaminade cancels game. Basketball season ends. Mar 4-Mr. Lathrop of Westminster Seminary gave the sermon. Mar 5-Pat and Richon try to get into the Infirmary as a result of a hot "week end." Mar 6-Bixler is seen playing nurse in the Infirmary. Mar. 7-Stony Brook seconds 21, Garden City 19 with two overtime periods. Wood inspired. Mar. 8-Censored. Mar. 9-Fellers and Ward have birthdays and receive spankings by the morning watch members. Mar 10-Fire in Hopkins gets Mr. Isham excited. It takes village fireman ten minutes to find the blaze. Mar 11-Dr. Machen gave the sermon. Mar 12-School seems to be sick: Infirmary full and more coming. Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar. Mar Mar. Apr. Apr. Apr: Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. Apr. 13- Mr. Ham passes away in the Hospital. 14-We have an illustrated lecture by Mr. Ritchie on Home missions. 15-Another sad moment comes as Mrs. Congdon also passes away in the Hospital. 16-Wrestlers lose at Great Neck Interscholastics. 17-Second team is beaten 28 to 23 by Bixler's pick-up team. G. Johnson peeved. 18-Rev. Floyd E. Hamilton, author of "The Basis of Christian Faithf, gave the sermon. 19-Spring sports start. Furman stiff after light workout. 20-Senior Bible manages to get off without having to write memory pas- sages. 21-Patterson tries to resign but changes his mind. 22-Ranking ten leave. 23-All leave except the choice few who clean out ashes and coal. 3-All boys arrive. Bull sessions galore. 4-Track and baseball get official start. 5-Everybody stiff. 6-Morrell informs Mr. Welch that he has several scientific treatises, on file at home. 7-Robinson Crusoe shows how to stroke the nose. 8-Rev. John Brush gave the sermon and also a solo in the middle of it. 9-Mr. Isham and Mr. Brohard reported by the night watchman for late lights and out of room. 10-The year book staff decides to let Fellers do all the work. 11- Baseball season opens. We overwhelm Bayport 15 to 4. The Dean plays with his cooperative tests. 13-More of the Dean's tests. 14-Clarence Adler and Carmella Ippolito entertain. Even I-Iazlett enjoys the concert: The reasons-Babes. 70 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 Apr. 15-Rev. Harold Commons of Johnson City gave the sermon. Apr. 16-The Johnstonites commanded by General Shipley. Lieutenant Kay, and Corporal Muyskens administer the high penalty for treason to Bolten. Apr. 17-Buschgen starts getting dolled up for senior pictures. Apr. 18-Seniors have pictures taken. Beverly looks cute. Track meet with Riverhead ends in Stony Brook defeat. Baseball team wins first game. Apr. 19-The Dean shines as group pictures are taken. Apr. 20-Great preparations for Senior week end. Apr. 21-Girls arrive for week-end. Magician entertains. Apr. 22--Rev. Harold S. Laird of Wilmington, Delaware, gave the sermon. The young ladies leave. Wood and Palen grieved. Apr. 23-Richon gets up at five-thirty-that's the last straw. Apr. 24--Northport 18, Stony Brook 5 in baseball. Apr. 25-Buschgen is still down in the mouth, he must be really in love. Apr. 26-Stony Brook 4. LaSalle 1. The Cork Juice combination clicks. Apr. 27-Dope still talking about the tennis match. Apr. 28-Stony Brook 3, Garden City 13 in baseball. Coach is overjoyed. Apr. 29-Rev. W. A. Dean of Alden, Pa., gave the sermon. Apr. 30-Richon gets three letters: whatva break. May 1-The Editor thinks once more about the year book. May 2-Goes to press. 71 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 MY FIRST AND LAST JOB DAVID RICHON In the middle of July, only two years ago, I thought it would be nice to get a job and earn a little money. I saw an advertisement in the paper for a boy who loved to work near the water. Immediately I decided that I would apply the next day for the job, which was at Long Beach on Long Island. Upon arriving at the Sea Side Rest I walked in and told the proprietor that I would like the job he had advertised in the paper. He explained that I was to sell ice cream on the beach from 10 A. M. to 5 P. M. I took a container of ice cream, packed in dry ice, and put it over my shoulder. The next thing to do was to learn how to yell "Ice Creamv so that no one would understand itg the best salesmen say people are more likely to buy when they can't understand what youire talking about. I managed to sell two bricks of ice cream before noon, when some of my friends came down to the beach. They commenced to call me "Garcon"g I became a bit perturbed. They were nice enough to buy four bricks of cream from me. That made six in two hours. When I returned to the stand I had sold ten. The boss gave me my lunch and said I was doing fine. I returned to the beach and the cool, inviting water was almost too much for me to resist, but having gone to Stony Brook, whose motto is, "character before careerf' I was able to ward off the temptation. More of my friends came down that afternoon and kidded me along. I was having a good time, and my pals got jealous when some good looking bathing beauties came up to buy my wares. It was hot as blazes and some of my ice cream had melted. This, of course, made my customers very angry. I tried to argue with them, but it did no good. I was so disgusted that by four o'clock I was ready to quit. My brother came down to the beach and started throwing dead crabs at me. That was the last straw! I took the ice cream bricks out of the container and threw them in his direction as fast as I could get them into my hands. I threw the container down and ran right into the water with all my clothes on. I can't express how good it felt. That night I told the boss that I would quit, and he seemed to agree with me. The next day I went down to the beach and had the best time I'd had in years. just to be able to go in swimming was paradise! ONE EVENING WILLIAM W. FELLERS Three inches of snow had fallen, just enough to make walking difficult, and more was coming as I plodded to the village for the mail. Still the cold, furry substance was falling, sometimes appearing like an impenetrable wall of unyiedling matter. I kept cutting my way through its softness, the mail must go through! At one time, I heard the suppressed drone of an automobile going in second, and soon I saw twin beams of light approaching, vividly distinguishing the snow- flakes. Although I wished another car would come and give me a lift, this was the only one that passed. Not many people were out to risk an accident. 73 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 Through a rift of snow, which a sudden gust of wind had made, I caught a glimpse of the Bayles' monument. This towering shaft was clothed in snowy raiment like the trees, and its point had been dulled by the clinging mass. I grasped the handle of the mail bag more firmly and plunged forward, fighting a rising wind that made the snow whirl more rapidly and cling better when it struck an object. After a while my glasses were entirely plastered with snow, and I was forced to take them off, it being impossible to see through the sticky snow or wipe it off satisfactorily. At invervals I saw the glow of a street lamp, an illuminated globe of quick changing flakes. Finally I gained the covered sidewalks of the village and was soon in the post office. My trip down to the village was ended, but the backward journey was yet to be accomplished. The mail must go through! ELEGY ON HOEING ONIONS RANDALL Oh! for the joys of the farmer's life. The feeling of contentment from rising early and the joy of returning home to be sung to repose by the chorus of peepers! But there are many things in a farmer's life that are unpleasant, and one of these is hoeing onions. Every hardened and experienced farmer knows that it pays to hire someone to do this job. I, feeling the urge of ambition that sometimes accompanies spring, offered to help Farmer Brown with his onion patch. Farmer Brown was a tall, lanky fellow with large creaking shoes and a cracked voice. I-Ie was proud of his curly grey beard, that looked very much like his wife's transformation. In spite of his yokel-like appearance, he was the best story teller in the whole village and could hold his own in any conversation from religion to politics. I arrived at seven o'clock with my lunch and the big feeling that a fellow gets when he is really going to make money on his own. There were three of us: Alex, the farmer's son, Johnnie, a barefooted, freckled face young tyrant, noted for his dislike for cats, and I. We trailed along behind the Wagon over a road that was meant for cows rather than wagons and human beings. When we arrived at the onion patch we were instructed to hoe the onions and not to dig them up. Well, we started to work-all four of us, and in a hurry too, for each of us wanted to outdo the other fellow. At first it seemed such easy work that we hardly stopped for breath-digging up the onions and all. Then old farmer Brown, seeing his onions being strewn here and there and yonder stopped the race to give us all a lesson on onion hoeing. After that, when we chopped off the top of an onion, we looked twice to be sure the old man didn't see us. Gradu- ally, as we became proficient, our backs began. to ache so much that we slowed down and stopped hoeing so deeply. Mr. Brown was plowing. It got so that every time he went down the hill where he couldn't see us, we would rest on our hoes. The morning dragged on, and the sun became hotter. Oh! if we had only gone swimming or fishing or anywhere but here. To get a rest we made excuses 74 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 i to go get water and everything that we could think of. When dinner time finally did come we all quit. Although the onion may be a small vegetable I know enough to have respect for a whole field of them. Oh! for the life of a school teacher. WIPER ON A TANKER HAROLD IRWIN PATTERSON On June fourth the S. S. Currier, a Gulf Refining oil boat, sailed from Girard Point, Philadelphia, on the trip that was to be of great interest and excitement to me. My job was that of wiper in the "black gang"-otherwise a handy man in the engine room. Strange is no word for it. I was the greenest of the green. I had many, many things to learn: to say below for dowmmirf, forward, aft, fo'c'.vle, bosun, galley and men-an entirely new language to me. My job, though, was the strangest of all things. Here was I, a young fellow used to a good home, cleanliness, politeness, and some kindly attention, suddenly plunged into the dirtiest of all dirty jobs in the world. The "black gang," or engine-room Workers, get their name because they are hardly ever clean on board the ship. I often think it a Wonder that I ever got clean afterward. Every morning at six bells we would roll out of our bunks and dress-although we usually slept on deck in our clothes with the sky for our blanket. At seven bells We would have our breakfast with the rest of the crew, and in another half hour we would be ready to go to work., Our first duty every morning was to clean the engine roomg and by cleaning I mean really clean. Every piece had to shine and sparkle like the chromium plating on a new twelve-cylinder car. There must be no oil seen anywhere-all must be wiped up by us three wipers. After we had finished our clean-up, which usually took half an hour, we would report to the "first assistant," who would assign us jobs for the rest of the day or for as long as the job lasted. These jobs were painting, chipping, scraping, washing, oiling, blowing tubes in the boilers, and many other hard, dirty, but interesting things. Many times during the day we would have to knock off and take a "blow" or brief breathing spell on deck, for it got exceeding hot in the engine room. Quite frequently I have seen the thermometer register 120 degrees. At ten-thirty we were allowed coffee time, when we could go on deck for half an hour for sand- wiches and coffee and a smoke. At twelve o'clock we stopped all work and washed for chow. This mid-day meal took one hour. At two bells we were back on the job again and worked steadily from then till three, when we were allowed another coHee time. Finally at five o'clock we were through for the day. We had dinner at five-thirty. 75 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 Then came the most enjoyable part of the day. The sun was usually still up, and it was nice and warm or even hot on deck. We would all gather and listen to Swede Olsen or Hun Schmidt tell stories of their war adventures in the navies of their respective countries during the World War. They could tell some hair-raising tales, almost true. Some of us might play cards, and some would roll a few, and some of us would sing the old songs of the sea or songs that would remind us of our homes. Even the old salts would get a lump in their throats thinking of parents and families and the scenes of their boyhood. Many of us would write letters to be mailed at the next port. Some would just sit around and look into space, dreaming dreams, building castles in the air, wishing for things they could never have but would always wish for. Can't you see the life on this ship: So many men and so many thoughts and dreams, high hopes and failures all on board the little boat, a small world in the great waters. I still wish to live through those scenes again and to see my friends who even tonight are out there carrying on. - ULTIMA VITA PHILIP VOEGELIN Ages since, when Nile was calmly streaming And its plain a fertile grazing ground, There rose against the sapphire sky, as if To attain to that blazing system's core, An iridescent cliff' above which pinions Of soaring eagles ever carried aloft seeming Questers, who rose and rose till the crashing glare Beat them back, sick and dizzy, familiar Dullness of the clilfside to enfold them Until an inner urge should goad them up In seeking zeal to that concupiscence Of Good and Truth riding changeless, ceaseless Above the cliff of the rainbow's hues. And on the crag's rugged brow was set A gleaming castle etched in gold against The azure dome of heaven, its surface Glinted strangely with the glow of jewels. Every tint of sunset and of moonrise Darted from its sides as the molten rays Flashed down upon the sparkling palace, Piercing into mighty arches where stood Graven gates fast barred on the happy earth: Spirits need not doors, nor Truth, nor Revelation, And all the world lay spread far down below Under care of Father Nile, nurturing Calmly his goodly, simple sea of life. 76 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 The crudity of this civilization Lay down on mighty Nile's wide fertile plain, And men, living in tents of skin, did till The fruitful earth with bullock-plows, and anon An eagle floated down majestically Upon the land that lay warm and calm Beneath the cliff upon which stood the castle Casting lightnings of reilected glory down. The beams flashed far and found good homes Within the lesser systems' cores, from whence Men lived, waxed strong, and died, good done. And yet the castle opened not, nor did men wonder, For they knew that Good is Truth, Truth Good. And now and then, from a meadow spread round The brilliant pillared castle as a sea laves And swirls about an eternal rock, herds Of winged horses outstreamed into the heavens, Circled out among the beckoning stars, came Back, their milky coats gleaming as silver, To shed a glow over all they passed-to Settle, pure as human's highest virtue, down Upon the meadow 'round the palace fair. Men watched from far, and into their hearts Flowed inspiration, peace, and calm, crying "Bend to thy task again, for thou art more than these And they lived, waxed strong, and died, blessings all. For in the ages gone men wist not why, And how, and when these spirits wandered, But the sun raised up the trees and flowers, And they knew that Good is Truth, Truth Good. So they tilled their fields beneath the heavens, Lived on them, and grew simple, pure, high-minded, Built their towns and dwellings great and high. Broad backs bent in toil of creation, Scorning earth with her enchaining bonds, They sped on their thoughts to celestial depths, And then, for such thoughts are eternal, They became rock and stone everlasting Under the hands of the master workmen. And these trilateral monuments raised high Their heads o'er fathering Nile's wide plain, And Sirius darted his blue beam deep To the heart of a majestic temple, While silent impassiveness, lying near by, Contained a deeper, hidden life within- A shrine to the silver goddess of the sky. Years went past, and lol a giant-columned House of worship rose on Nile's verdant shore: Full sixty men could take a stand upon A pillar end, and carvings mystical adorned The walls and painted roof, and scores of statutes Graced this handiwork of toiling men. 77 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 And as man looked on his marvellous works, Somehow the castle on the shimmering cliff Seemed remoter, more incomprehensible, Though still its multicolored meteors ' Of reflected radiance down-poured on earth, Copied in the trees and flowers and birds. And a pair of sailing eagles skyward Raised their pinions to be o'ershadowed By a lone and sullen vulture, incoming From some far and savage land of night. A scream rent heaven and splashed o'er earth As the loathly bird fled from the ken Of the lordly pair of White-crowned eagles. Straight past the jeweled palace it flew, And a semi-mocking cry fell in its wake As it winged across the startled world. And the sound seemed to roll o'er space, unending In its dismal ululationg on earth Nature recoiledg the birds grew still and cowedg men Wondered, hushed, at the ghastly silence reigning Beneath the cloud across the sun, and deep Within his soul man felt a wound That bruised his spirit and cast him down. A year past, and man knew again the light, Though dim in the earth lingered the echoes Of that cry of the vulture winging away, So the life of man went on as before, And yet not quite, for a chill intangible Clung about the racing ball, for there tingled In the ears of scattered men an echo faint- Faint, but still ineffably vile and evil. And in the middle of the plain of Nile The Wear of ages suddenly came forth Pronouncedly upon the monuments Of an era when the golden castle Towered o'er a world of goodly, simple men- Now men who cared and thought much less of things Of heaven and its celestial realm And the castle, which grew ever more afar. Then one awful day a cataclysm came- Came upon the world of men, and even The world of shades did feel its edges, rolling Unto the gates of heaven on high, about The castle billowed clouds of filthy vapour, Threshed by the wings of flocks of vultures, seed Of a vulture who first had penetrated Into that happy land, of men whose hearts Since that terror had waxed big and proud, saying, As he watched a herd of horses afar In the heavens neighing sadly and looked, As he did so, upon his marvellous works, "What are these? Am I not more by far than these ?" 78 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 But now the waves of evil essences Shrouded the castle in gloom, and the sun Faded and died to a dull, red disk without His flaming glory as of yore, and men Once proud and vain groped now in mucky sloughs Of his self-love and sacrilegious creeds: "I am man, might is right-and who to gainsayf' And slimey monsters came forth from the belly Of Father Nile, for men worshipped Father Nile, And the serpents ranged the land, men did nought, But befriended, worshipped, lived with them, And, like them, looked to the sky, to the sun, But not to the earth, with averted eye. And never a winged, silvery steed Saw man, for the sky, the heavens were gone, And the thick grey aura mantled the earth So that no eagle ventured to try His pinion: even his far-piercing eye Saw not, for Good is Good, Evil, Evil. And the eagles soiled not their feathers, for Only vultures flapped upon the dismal Enveloping sea above the loathsome beasts Which thronged the land, dwelling in man's temples And in the mud of Nile, black as night Beneath the wan glow of eternal Sun, And man applied not hiszfthoughts to heaven. Over earth's low, broad surface mighty hosts Of armed, warring men clashed sword and sword, And desolation filled the land, o'erthrowing Nations' lives, great cities crumbled with their kings, And the dust of ages covered them deep- Left but a heap where jackals slunk by night. No longer did men rule life by Good and Truth, But by Might, and the smoke of battle floated Over the land now deep-steeped in evil. Men's very eyes grew smaller, weaker, Accustomed to the gloom and lack of sun, Nor once did a thought of the mind of man Feel out the now-dullened Castle Eternal. And man looked on his Nile and thought anew, "What more need I? I hold life here, Father Nile Cares for all, he is the great green god whom We shall serve and worship at his altarf, Even as he spoke, a rumble sounded Far up the Nile's flat valley, menacing In its savage, fierce, and deathly groaning. So swift rolled down Nile's flood of fury, That man was tossed and thrown about, half-drowned 'Ere his bulfeted brain could grasp the thought Of what the sickening, odorous flood That poured o'er him and entered to his very heart Could mean, it cast him forth upon a ruined land. 79 1934 RES GlESTAlE CLASSIS 1934 When that great Hood came, fiery dragons rode Upon its crest, and now when it abated, They ravaged over what Nile had desolatedg For lo! that fair land was laid bare to the soil: Maris proud and haughty structures fell and crumbled To ruins soon wiped away by elements insatiate, Demanding always that which was The best in man to stand before their face. And yet, in spite of all, three points stood etched Against the somber skyg a face immobile, Carved of granite, looked on and yet signed not That he saw a thing of man's earthly world .... But ne'er a vulture laid his carcass there. But, worse by far than dragons' pillaging, The plain of Nile brought only nettles forth: Weeds, harsh tares, dragons' food, curst of men, And slowly, inexorably, they sapped The plant foods, food of men, from out the earth, Till at last they stripped the plain of fruitfulness, Fruitfulness to provide for all man's highestg And Nile's valley became an arid desert: All manner of slithering, poison-eyed Creatures thronged the rolling, unearthly dunes, And the land became a rookery Of vultures, till e'en they-but not till men First fled-were forced away to follow, to haunt. But ever holy, untouched by evil beasts, Who shunned their towering, age-old sides, Stood the Monuments of a by-gone era: The three, end the face impassive, looking Straight out to the gray and gloomy world-end Where once the glorious sun did rise and glow Upon it, lighting up a castle golden. But the palace was no more in ken of men, For smothering clouds lay deep o,er earth, The dullened, once-iridescent cliff Stood sad as a night of death in Heaven- To puny men so incomprehensible, So impossible of mind's grasping thoughts. And suddenly, to the north of Nile's plain A rift in the sky appeared, and soon The Sun in all his glory burst the sky Into a blazing bowl of molten gold And deep, unfathomed blue-poured o'er the world A radiance so bright that vultures fell Pierced to death: White compromiseth not with Black All fell to screeching deaths save some fleeing few Who refuged in the waste, unconquered lands, And the weeds and nettles drooped and perished. But nothing grew again upon- that desert That once was the greening child of Father Nile Save a narrow, fruitful strip upon his banks. 80 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 And now, high upon the cliff, the castle Was gleaming again, in dazzling radiance Shedding the essences of rubies, pearls Once more over the land spread out beneath, Now rid of the crawling beasts of darkness, Who fled to caves beneath great mountains, And there from out their evil, lightless dens Strove in vain to battle back the pouring rays With futile, debasing dartings of their eyes, While eagles soared out in glorious Hight Upon what vultures now had left all free, And sweet northern breezes swept the air, And that land returned almost to bygone days. And yet not quite, for ever Was there battle Between the sun and darkness lurking over The earth where even after years man Still was not completely purged of drosses That clung to him from a flood long ago Which overwhelmed the land and brought destruction Riding its crest and boiling in its wake. But from that time never did fiery dragon Breathe his flames upon the heads of men. And cacti waged a battle eternal Remaining on the land which they had conquered, Leaving lack of man food in the desert: Nor blossomed there again man's gardens. And all mankind looked and wondered mightily At the spirit-moving influence which Pervaded as the benign warm rays Bathed the land in gold and azure fire Of molten light poured from Sun's blazing ball. But man's evil life hung on and weighed Him down, enjoining flight to celestial deeps Where eleven mighty, silvery steeds Led herds of Hying horses out in space Refreshed and clear of eye-pecking evil birds, And where darkness found no place-where the sun Cascaded forth upon the palace elixirs That mystically quickened life in holy hearts. Yet even when this dispensation rich Of beauteous truth and enfolded earth- Yet even then did some relapse to muck And scoffedg and, so great their awful darkness, It wounded deep their eyes to see the light, And they hasted quickly to caves deep and dark From whence they cast forth vile oaths and filth And cursed the light-yea, the light they cursed In its shimmering, living columns of radiance Gilding the carved and antique pillars Of red-stone temples storied in earth's Traditional wonderlore-pillars that bore Up the temples all graven with all rnan's law. 81 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 But in many righteous hearts enlightened Rose a lambent fire, growing all-consuming, Lifting beings to a state ecstatic Wherein zeal for Truth's propagation Thrust away the binds of earth and evilg Forgot the law and life-encumbering customs: In their exultation wings of light bore ever Them up till at last some even rode Upon the winged horses across the heavens And coted eagles in their yet simple homes. And War of evil and of good, of eagles And of solitary vultures waged In fierce and deadly battles for existence. And silently down their starry paths the years Marched eternally 'round Polaris' pivot, While oft to well-attuned ears There came a music sweet, harmonious: The poetry of the Maker's motion Underlying all that is. The planets Swung and the stars swept through the infinite Spiral, men heard and saw and stood, lifted To the skies in contemplation, and as They listened there came oft strange words: The fearsome, molten silver eye of Saturn With the fierce red brain of Mars compounded Many marvels through earth's passing years. And as the years went marching, marching, Earth lay from time to time convulsed Beneath the astral specks and oft was shaken With swords' clash-and then there came the cannons' Thundering forth a challenge new to God, And men fell back into the mud again- But, sweeping o'er the fumes of powder from The air and spreading a perfumed breath, Came the gentle breezes that once arose In the land but little north of Nile's plaing And always tired and weary men could Hee To a mountain top and lie in peace to Gaze upon the jeweled castle spell-bound. And from the castle men drew inspired thought In deep refiection on its beauty bright. But never a jot did the castle change, For eternity changes not nor Truth .... But now man ran to thoughts but rarely, For machines did rule, in dull slavery Was man submerged, losten in a vast Hood Not of Nile, but even of Worse-lVIan's life Became so shallow as the source of Nile, Where only sand lay under the crystal, Limpid water, and sun struck on nought: His piercing rays yielding fruitlessly Upon unresponsive rock their potencies. I'OaI' 82 1934 RES GESTAE CLASSIS 1934 Great rocky deserts far worse than nature's Earth's surface dotted, and beasts-men beasts!- Lived and had their being far from the light, Grew up, waxed strong, and died-an evil trail Of bullet, knife, and crime behind on earth. Machines did carry, feed, and clothe all men- And man's spirit broke-cracked and warped to scrap. Such a cry of mortal agony rose up Hurling to heaven its reverberations That its echoes crashed upon recoiling Planets and shook their very cores with pain- The despairing cry of a drowning race Fell that day upon the universe. And, as its rebounding echoes died away, A mighty golden trumpet pealed its notes, Cleaving to the souls of awe-struck men. The pearly gates of the gleaming palace flung Wideg the questing eagles flew within, Their eternal yearning quenched at last In the immaculate spiritual beauty Or that castle on the towering cliff, While the Heavens opened and men rode within Upon wings so white a radiance fell Wherever passed those goodly beings, And the herds of pinioned horses flew Past that gate to sunlit fields eternal. Here men dwelt forever in all righteousness, Worshipped in the beauty of the Good and True, While ever there arose a paean In adoration of the King and Truth Which came from Him and fed men's souls and spirits In that peace that passeth understanding, While men did great works in righteousness And waxed strong in the spirit of Good and Truth. 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