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

 - Class of 1944

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'1 '11 - f flg1M,.l11 S X 1.1. 1 I' F I ASSISTANT HEADMASTER Samuel Kneale Bell A B A M Lehlgh Umverslty C1916 185 U S Naval Reserve C1918 195 Temple UH1V6YS1tY A B 1928 Un1vers1ty of Pennsylvanla A M 1935 U S Naval Academy Annapohs C1919 205 Instructor 1n Engmeerlng Phlladelphla Publlc Schools C1921 235 Teacher of Enghsh and Sclence Chestnut H111 Academy C1923 365 Enghsh Ablngton Fr1ends School C1936 405 Headma ter Drexel Inst1tute of Technology C1938 405 Engmeermg Enghsh Cheltenham H1gh School C1940 415 Chem1stry and Enghsh Prospect Park Hlgh School C1941 425 Head of Enghsh Department H1811 l R ' , s s, n Q . . , . I, 1 s - -s Teaching and Administrative Experience . D , - , . . . L - , . . ' . - , . . . - , S - , . . . - , . . , , V Plerson Curtls A B Prlnceton Unwerslty A B 1913 Instructor of Enghsh Kmgsley School 1913 15 Umted States Navy 1917 18 Melrose H1gh School 1918 19 Brown 8z N1ChOlS 1919 20 Stony Brook School 1924 Sabbatlcal Leave Faculty of Yale UH1V6fS1ty 1929 1930 ll19ll Pawling School,,1915-17, 1920-24 Oscar Floyd Johnson A B M A Stony Brook School 1997 Duke Lnlverslty M A 1941 Instructor of Mathcmdtms Rocklnghdm N L Hlgh School 1956 Stony Brook School 1937 Ass1stant Coach 1937 1942 Dlrector of Athletlcs and Phys1cal Edu cat1on 1942 Gllbert L Moore Ass1sttxnt Treasurer and BUSIHLSS Man ager Stony Brook School Stony Brook Assembly 1929 Instructor of Bus1ness Stony Brook School 1952 1 1941 1947 9.58 112011 ' B1 7 , N Q ! 1 kv- W , u 0, 0 I , ul. Davidson College, A.B., 1936 T . . 9 1 - , . ' . , - Howard R Fuller A B M A Wheaton College A B Wheaton College M A 1943 Instructor Mt Hermon 1929 1991 Stony Brook School 1931 1940 Wheaton Academy Phys1cal D1rector 1941 1942 Stony Brook School 1943 H2111 R Stuart Glllls A B Stony Brook School 1932 Maryvllle College A B 1996 Instructor of Sclence Lulter Academy 1938 1939 Stony Brook School 1943 1 . , . ., . . . , . . 1 , . ., . 4 . y . .B .x ' I , . in Y I I N 4 9 x Wx ' , - K . , . 1 Y MA, ....,. . ,.,,.Y , ,.,,, -.-.,.,, ...- . . . , . 1 , .tg Y , . ., .tn - ' , K 7. n 5. A , 4 State Teachers College BS 1934 UH1VCfS1tY of Pennsylvanla M S 1940 Instructor of Hlstory Phlneas Davls J un1or Hlqh School 1934 1943 Stony Brook School 1943 Charles Mllls Davls A B M A Indlana State Umverslty A B 1932 UH1V6fS1ty of Chlcago M A 1940 Instructor of SCICHCC Crosse Hlgh School 1949 1943 Stony Brook School 1943 l H2211 . . , u Q, n , . ., . I ' . , . ..'- . . , 2 Daniel G. Rosenberger, B.S., M.S. ! , ..., . Arne A Ahonan A B Wheaton College A B 1937 Instructor of Latrn and Brble Weatherby School 1932 1935 Brg Creek Inst1tute 1939 1941 Mollerrsburg Mxlltary Instltute 1942 1943 Stony Brook School 1943 H2311 Clemence J ousson Unrversrtc de Lausanne 1921 Drplome Inter Cantonal Romand pour lense1gnement du francals a l ctrangcr Cours a La Sorbonne et au Lollege de France Pans 1931 Instructor of French and Spanlsh Stony Brook School 1942 , 3 no -4 U , .., - r .. 7 n "k , 1 'Q ! t 7 , ,Y W 4, k . ., 1 , .4 , . . ,, M 1 x 1 9 7 ' ' .- . ,K w l Martha B Crute B A Yankton College B A Drexel Instltute B S ln L1brary QCICHCC Llbranan Stony Brook School 1938 Helen L Vanderwerken R N Post Craduate Ho pltal New York QltV 1912 Manhattan Eye and Ear Hospltal U S Army Nurse 1907 19 Nur e and Dletluan Stony Brook Sehool 1999 1 H2411 0 5 Q u . ,. I S , 1' , I f . , - . , . 7 K S , ' , s 1 x I - K, y . .414 l S If S V 9 , -:I A 9 ' f . A , . . , . . , . . . N . , . 1 'B 1 l l Rachel Hamilton Bell State Teachers College 1018 Flementary School Instructor Doylestown Pa 1018 1910 Sprmgfield rlown hlp Pa 1010 1993 Ablngton l+r1ends School 10 S6 1938 l H2511 Allle Reeves Wlnter A B Teachers College Columbla Unlv AB Instructor Watertown Pubhc Schools Passa1c Publ1c Schools Prmclpal of Lhmese Glrls Hrgh School ' ' s .' , ., . . .L Chestnut Hill Academy, 1923 1936 , . . hllzabeth A 110141118 Catherine Margeson House Mother of Hopkms Hall 1929 Ingtructor 0fMug1C 14943 Secretary 1940 Secretary to Mr G C, Moore 1941 1 Betty Snyder Margaret Pearsall Secretary to Dr Gaebeleln 1943 Qecretary to 1X4r Bell 1943 H2611 ' Y ' 1 1 . , . ' 1 M. Elizabeth Terry Margaret Hankewich . , " k, , . , . HI C H RCDX T CDS IIIII 17111 1306171110-f 1Jllllf0l5 LY? II R 'XIONRCJ LL D P11.s111111I XI1111lLI'11r NI I R11 A L C AIIBI I FIN I3 I5 I 111 P11s11I'111l IXI111111 Vcrncm IXI HAR'I II D 11111511111 I3r1111kIxn RIRX I RANIIX. 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Knitting ' ' 1 v l Q .....,. . t if AS WF SEE Mr Fuller Appcoram e Lrkes Dzslzkfs Pastzmf Worry Favorrtc Lxpressron Rosenberger lfzpfaromf Lzkfs Dzslzkcs Poslzrrzc Worry Favorzlel rprcsszorz Orlental Food Wrestlmg, Photography Honor System Good mormng Lhtldren Farmer Sports Referees Famlly lVIlC1gClS Hey Ref"' Over the me' Mr Glllle llppcorarzt e Lzkes Dzslzkcfs Paslzmc Worry Fazorzle Expresszon lt .so H Happy Baby Nolsy Brate Bowlmg Flre Drxlls Now on the rarlroad OUR MASTERS elppf aroma L11 rs Dzslzlrrs Paslzmr ll orrx Fazorzlc Baprcsszorz lppearamc Lzkes Dzslzkcs Worry Paeizmc Favorzlc Fxfvresszon Somervlllel Mr Ahonen Mrlquetoabt Rome Trouble Cychng Half Where are you QOIHL, Freshman Mr Weyer Gangster Strollb lppcarancc Lzkw Dzblzkes bnoopers Wrmng, Gettlng Loffee Who 5 ln charge up here' Paslzme Worry Favorzlc lixpresszorz Mr Davls Sober Mus1c Jokes Johnston Hall Plano playlng U31 ll T K Y, l f 1 . , 1 f'1 U ' ' ?'x.,...... ' I ,L,.. . . .. . .J . ,xv r I ., . . Y I ' ' r 4- 1 . 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STEPHEN KURTZ WILLIAM BIKLE ANDERSON Andy A good Chnstlan IS the hlghest tyle of man Intramural Basketball Football Squad Orchestra Chess Club Blue and While Staff Chr1st1an Assoc1at1on Track Squad Tenn1s Squad Andy 1S our representatwe from that far away land of Egypt Although he had never played football before last fall found h1m 1mprov1ng every day t1ll when he got h1s chance he crossed the final stnpe agamst St Paul s When not actually Sprmg found h1m a speed merchant 1n track as well as a proficlent tenn1s player A good worker Andy has always been able to make the honor roll w1th ease H1s p1ano playlng has been a def1n1te asset to the Chr1st1an Assoclatlon and h1s marked Chr1st1an test1mony has been a real mfluence F1rst hand 1nformat1on about Egypt and 1ts peoples has enl1ghtened us 1n Blble Class and enterta1ned us 1n bull sess1ons A fnendly srrule a good sense of humor and all around ab1l1ty are sure to stand h1m 1n good stead Appearance Likes Dzslzlze Paslzme Ambzlzon F avorzle Exp TCS Ill Aggressxve I lano H I Chess MISSIOHHFY Come on y JJ guys H363 ' ...., '43e . , . . . . . . . . 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'43v on the field, he was always seen cheering the team on at the top of his lungs. - i 1 i i i i ' SAN ,wr DAVID BEACH ARMOUR Bucky Dave Imaginatlon is the air of mind Midget Sports Chess Club Typewriting Club Football Manager Intramural Basketball Tennis Squad Dave has been at Stony Brook for six years one of the old originals of the Class For the past year he has been our varsity football and baseball manager sort of a Gunga Din for the boys Bucky has managed to keep himself out of trouble around here largely by spending much of his life in the study hall Because he ing his home teams Win lose or draw he is faithful Most of the old fellows will remember h1s swell parties in Hopkins Hall and some are sure to remember his entertainments in various rooms in Hegeman especially before football games Dave hopes to enter the Army Air Corps and we wish him all the luck in the world Appearance just out of bed Lzkes Candy D1 like Showers Pastzme Stoop ball Ambzlzon A A F Ifaz rzleE'rfJ1e zm Nothing can stop thc Army Air Corps ll37ll ' ........ 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'Alfie , , , l dropped into the Brook from Chicago, the windy city, we often find him uphold- RAYMOND BATES BUKER IR Buke Ray When mght hath set her sllver lamp on hxgh then IS the tlme for study Football Squad Wf6Stl1Hg Squad Intramural Basketball Nav1gat1on Club Chr1st1an Assoclatlon Vars1ty Track Many 1S the tale that Ray has brought forth from h1s bag of Burma expenences Somehow he seems to Want to remember h1s mlsslonary l1fe as shown by h1s excellent track man Buke whlpped h1mself 1nto shape by Jaunts to Smlthtown and Port to see football games H13 unmlstakable Chr1st1an testlmony has alded the Chr1st1an Assoclatlon and has been a real lnfluence to all Concentra tlon determmatlon and a good mlnd all a1d 1n maklng Ray an habltual member of the honor roll A cheerful d1spos1t1on and a ready sm1le round out a hkable personalxty Appearance Back woods Lzkes Track Dzslzkes Wastmg tlme Paslzme Runnlng Ambzlzon Medlcal M1 slonary Faionie Etpre un Oh Curse' ll38ll . . , . , . . . '42 ' . . . . . . '42 . . . . , '43-'44 ' ' ....... ,43 ' ' ' ' ,.... '43-'44 ' ...4 . , . '43-'44 sleeping on what appears to be a board, and rising at unearthly hours.. An Stamp Club 40 42 Orchestra 42 44 f I f WARREN ROBERT BYERLY " Warne" What sweet dellght a qulet hfe affords Few of us th1s year have got to know Warren well but behlnd h1s outer qu1etness there IS somethlng that we l1ke and adnnre In h1s years at Stony Brook Byerly has shown a leamng toward mus1c where he has shown definrte talent Re peatedly Sunday mormng chapel servlces have seen h1m playmg the v1ol1n w1th such beauty that the audlence has been deeply stlrred Warren s Chrlstlan testlmony and slncerlty have won h1m our respect and affectlon Though he has spent th1s yea1 taklng httle part 1n our act1v1t1es Warren s frlendly grln on a blue Monday has g1ven us a deslre to know h1rn better Lzkcs D1 Izbe I rzsmne Ambzlzwz P010 110 Expr l ll39ll V1ol1n Noise Svmphony Earn a llVlI'l2 7 7 Y Y , c , . . 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' ' f' J essfrm . ..,..,..,. .. l CHARLES HUFF DAVIS Charlze Chuck The lover of letters loves power too Varslty Football Mllltary Organ1zat1on Class Basketball Track Squad Presldent Chess and Checker Club Basketball Squad Football Captaln Three years ago the Davls famlly rolled ln from Cahfornla S1nce then we have heard noth1ng but Callfornla and 1ts glorles from Chuck s IIDS Prev1ous mllltary tra1n1ng 1n San Dlego won h1m a h1gh rank ln our m111tary set up two years ago Th1s year he carned h1S leadersh1p qual1t1es 1nto football show1ng hlmself a cool and competent captaln The fightmg never say d1e Splflt he showed on the gr1d1ron was a stlmulus to every one of us Letter wr1t1ng 1S one of h1S real speclaltles he seems to complete eplstle after eplstle much to the amazement of h1s classmates He 1S nearly always ready to engage 1n a good brawl usually comlng out on top An habltual attender of mornlng watch he has set forth a real Chrlstlan testlmony Durlng lelsure tlme he IS often seen worklng on h1s up to date scrap book We are sure that you w1ll lead somewhere else as you d1d here Charlle Aplzmrafw Lzlte Dz like P11 Mme Ambzlzon Fan rzle Erf r mn Mxlltary French tests Cr1t1c1sm Letters Commlsslon X es Str ll4Oll U S Marlne Corps l l CK '73 KK !! , . t' ....... 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' , , 's' 5 ....., S' ...... - fn ', A " ,Q' ROBERT HERMAN DORSCH Bo not e change t for all the thr nes n thc. world Blue and Whzte Staff Varslty Football Class Basketball Cholr Art Class R1fle Club Baseball Squad Tennls Team Shortly after school opened 1n the fall Bob Jomed us from Muskegon h1s much talked of home town At first we thought that Bob was gomg to be a qulet fellow who would be a mystery to us But soon we began to know and l1ke hlm On the football field he was a hard runner w1th a come what may attltude After movmg to the th1rd floor he proved to be a lover of Jazz and a regular at bull sesslons To the dellght of all he knew how to take and glve a pract1cal Joke He has been valuable on the paper staff and IS a hard plunger whether 1n h1s studres or on the baseball dramond Th1s spr1ng IS sure to find hrm playmg the lnfield regularly as he has a love for the game and comes wlth The bed has become a place ol' luxurv to me I would long expenence behmd h1m We wlsh we had known hlm longer App 070716 Lzke D lk Pa I me Ambzlzon Fa ie F p M0 nmg after MUSIC ODpOSltl n Records lournahst Come on ll41ll 1 K6 b77 - , I X' i 1 0 i ' . 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BRIAN DEREK FORROW Bmzn I would rather excel others n lmowledqc than power Midget Sports Varsity Wrestling ,I V Football Varsity Football Track Squad Basketball Squad Class President Vice Pres Student Organization Editor Res Gestae Intramural Basketball Mihtary Orgamzauon Advisory Committee Throughout his six years at Stony Brook from Brat to Senior Brian has made a place which w1ll be long remembered and probably never filled His ability to be a real student and a well liked fellow at the same time has won the admira tion of all who know him and who at Stony Brook dosen tp Whether it is a question about chemistry football or what time Chapel IS we know that Forrow s answer IS always rellable Never has his position as a Christian and a gentleman been questioned and vet Brian has a lighter side which we like as well Frequent wrestling sessions have shown us a warmth of fellowship that we all are fond of Brian s determination and friendliness will make him loved as a leader in whatever field he finds himself led Appez nee Like D Ik Paszme Ambzlmn F1110 I Ep ll42ll Celtic Cracl ers and milk Potatoes if ear Book Princeton Oh you t rl ' ........ 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' Baseball Squad Vars1ty Baseball Vars1ty Basketball Football Squad When Art first came to Stony Brook 1n the wmter of h1S Jumor year he came not know1ng any or us All we knew about Art then was that he was tall and serlous lookmg and a valuable addltlon to the basketball team Srnce then we have grown to see that h1s seemlng ser1ousness covers a frrendly Splflt and a swell personallty Art s lnterests beslde basketball and bull sesslons lnclude a deep love for hrs home town Rockvllle Center L I Wh1Ch he cla1ms possesses the most beautlful g1rls IH the world H1s make up lncludes many ab1l1t1es among them the admlrable one of belng an excellent student Art IS one of the few who has been accept d by the Navy A1r Corps 'md we know that there he must succeed We say so long to a lastmg frlend w1th fond memorles of laugh sessrons wlth Art and h1s roommate Bern 4ppeamnc 1 Dzslzke P rn Ambztz n F avorzle E p 1 ll43ll BBTIOUS Basketball D1sc1pl ne Sk ppl g t Got one 6 44 . . . . . . . . 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V-5 ji Q nf ' " x ression . ? 4 '61 PHILIP KAIR GRIME Phzl Grzmey Though he IS rough he IS kmdly Mldget Sports J V Football Varslty Football Varslty Basketball Vars1ty Track Publ1c Speakmg Club Handlcraft Club Nav1gat1on Club Long Ph1l has been Wlth us smce the mlddle of h1s freshman year Durmg h1s stay here he has shown a cheerful and playful nature He IS sure to be remem bered for h1s propenslty for pranks some not always appreclated and for hrs ab1l1ty to take r1bb1ng and k1dd1ng Durmg football season he proved hlmself to be an excellent end the tlme he threw hlmself IH front of three blockers takmg all three of them down Wlth h1m IS sure to hve 1n our memorles A center on the basketball team and captam of the track team he showed that h1s mclmatlons were not centered on one sport Hard work has enabled h1m to get along w1th h1s studles Appmmnw Iotem pole I zlre Dogs D1 lzke IXlddlflg' Pa mm' I ranks Ambzlzon Dog catcher I monte Er 1 1 Well at lust l m not 1 ll44ll Cl '77 KK W 'I 99 ' ........ 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' 1 --- DAVID EDWIN HILQEE II Dave Shorty Far from thc maddcnlng crowd s lgnr blc strxfc Class Basketball C nolr Tenms Squad Dave came to Stony Book thls year and at flrst showed httle ol what he was really l1ke After some confuslon he finally ended on Hegeman s thlrd floor room1ng w1th Porter Although he IS not actlve on the athletlc field and lS a qu1et fellow by nature hrs frlendly sm1le soon won h1m a place among the boys Not only IS he known for h1s regular attendance at bull sesslons where he expresses great love for free week ends 1n Germantown but he has been an act1ve member of the th1rd floor secret soc1ety Dave s hosp1tal1ty has been well advertlsed by h1s roommate who cla1ms that he really knows how to show a v1s1tor a good t1me 1n Phlladelphla Th1s we cannot doubt as Dave s pleasant personahty w1ll make h1m well l1ked wherever he goes Appearance Standmg ln a hole Lzke Sommer Dzvlzkes French Paslzme Escaping Bucky A nbzlzon Four more lnche Fazonle Exfzres nn Gomg up H45ll K Q , If 77 If 77 1 l ' . ' 1, , s . ' . 1 . ..... . . '43-44 ,' : ............ '43-44 l N . . s A 1 , I c ' 7 ' 7 , . . a 1 , ,s 4 4 1 . . I Q u, u ' . , a n ' , . . Akhlh Q A I ' 3' s ,,.. . . . , Q Q f 1 1 Q Q - - , -Y 1 " ,,..... ' 3 .3722 The wmds and the waves ale always on the sxde of Pen mg Club Boxmg Club Chess Club Varslty Wre tlmg Mldget Sports Rlfle Club Intramural Basketball Bowllng Club Varslty Football Mlhtary Organlzatlon J V Football Tennrs Squad Class Secretary Iliad!! C' ' ........ '42 ' ...,,.o,. '41 , ......... '41442 ' o,..... '39342 ........'39"4l ..........'42443 . . . . , '41243 ' ' ...,.u.. '42 ' ...,,4. '43 " ' 'X ,,... '42 . ........ '42 ' ........ '42 . . . . . . A . '42 l .E L L1',Z,,,"f,iilii 4 C , fZ"0 ,n rssivn' ' '? .Ml CHARLES EDWARD HOLLEY the able t na ator A Pennsylvanlan hallmg from Phlladelphla Ed IS rough and ready usually bemg 1n the mlddle of all the extra currrcular act1V1t1es We admlre hlm for puttmg hls whole heart and soul 1nto everythlng he does He wrestled for S B S on the vars1ty for four years and he also was a dependable fighter on our football team for tvxo years playmg left guard Because of h1S dependablllty he has held many responslble posltlons culmmatlng th1s year m the oflive of Class representatlve Ed has been a swell all around fellow durmg hls slx years at the Brook We are sure that what he has recelved from Stony Brook w1ll remam w1th h1m and a1d h1m contmually He IS already m Uncle Sam s servlce as a sa1lor and we wlsh hlm the best of luck throughout the comlng years Appea nc Lumberja k Camp ng Dzslzke Pomp Pa tzm Walks Amb Zz n Ach1eved Fazonle Exp e 0 Done your Sohd ll46ll Cheerfulncss IS an 'fsho t of goodnc s and of wxsdom Rlfle Club Lholr Lhrlstlan Assoclatlon Vars1ty Football Basketball Squad Baseball Squad Secretary Student Orgamzatlon Res Geslae Staff l l . . . . . . . . . . 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'44 r 4. - RICHARDS FELIX HUNGER Dzrze Last fall th1s well rounded fellow arrrved here from Montclarr and xmmedlately attached h1mself to the gang Slnce then we have seen Drcks as a top notch football and basketball player a good student and a well llked res1dent of the top floor Engmeerlng hlS probable field IS bound to be a successful cho1ce for h1m 1f We may Judge from h1s marks rn chemlstry and phys1cs He has been an 1nvaluable member of the Res Gestae staff helplng by typmg and ed1t1ng the varlous quotatlons Wrth hrs roommate Harry Ralney Dlck s cheery sm1le and pleasant personalrty are sure to make h1m as well lrked elsewhere as he 1S here Appea ance Jovxal Lzkes Jean Dzslzke A table Paslzme Sheets Ambmrm Engmeer Fawrzle Expresszon What do you say lI47ll STEPHEN GUILD KURTZ Sieve Quartz I alr words gladden so many a heart Vars1ty Ifootball Varslty Baseball Class Secretary Chr1st1an Assoclatron Adv1sory Commlttee Cho1r Edltor Blue and Whale Intramural Basketball Assoclate Ed1tor Res Gestae Here IS the fellow to whom we owe the suceess of our flrst sen1or party Besldes be1ng a dependable moundsman on the dramond Steve played a steady guard on our football team As edltor of the Blue and Whzte and assoclate edltor of the Year Book he has dlsplayed a real llterary and orgamzlng ab1l1ty Monthly marks frequently find hrm l1sted among the honor roll el1te When we selected h1m our Class Secretary we were amazed at h1s consc1ent1ousness 1n mlnute takmg A real Lhrxstlan he has taken part 1n the C,hr1st1an Assoc1at1on bundav mornlng we have often hstened to the melod1ous stra1ns of Steve s VOICQ but sometlmes he rouses us by hls early morn1ng solos An ardent lover of uve he has shown hlmself Well rounded by dlsplaylng a knowledge and apprec1at1on of the class1cs Appearance Lzke Dlslzke Paslzme lmbzlz n I amrzle Eff re nn Joe Colle e N lck s Crime s pranks Countlng hrs han' journallst bhut up xt wlll be out next weel l ll 48 ll KK 7! ll 7! 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DONALD ROSS MILLER M1 blvc mc a levtx long, enough and '1 prop strong, cnough and I tan sm lc handed rn Jvc thc Jrld laootball Squad Chou' Rlfle Llub Intramural Basketball o Last fall thls hefty fellow rolled 1n from Huntmgton after spendmg some tlme ln Mount Hermon Hls experlence on the football team was rather l1m1ted but 1f he had come sooner he would probably have seen more act1on When there was h1s own Mlll has recelved h1s share of practlcal Jokes and has pald fellows back w1th h1s own We w1ll remember hlm as a b1t of a rowdy havmg more than h1S share of the fun But th1s Wlld nature covers an excellent mmd as we may deduce from the grades he got when he made concerted efforts It 1S too bad that he IS not good at halr cuttmg lppelr 1116 Lzbe D1 lzkf' I ll lzme A 11111 lvl 01119 Exl 1 I argc Mlllcr Pllloxxs I1 qulrc Mlll man I dld not U49 ll CC 'Zl!! ' ' t . '- ' C ' ' INK , ' ' ' ........ '43 ' , ' ............ '43 '44 ' " .......... '43 '44 ' L ' , .... '4" '44 ' 9 . , , i u nothmg good on the major networks, Don came to our rescue w1th a statlon of ' 7 - I 9 I f I 1' .,... 4' V X S ......., ' X .S l S ....., I '. 7 S A .,.... QS ' ' 1 Il 1' 'on ,,,,,, ' g ' 1 ' ll ' 11 essfwz . ' V WILLIAM SPARROW MURRAY N zc There s mlSCh16f 1n th1s man M1dget Football Camera Club J V Football Baseball Squad A1rplane Club Football Squad Art Class Intramural Basketball Blue and Whzte Staff Res Geslae Staff Though B111 has many attmbutes well affect1onately Csomet1mes otherw1sej remember h1m for h1s freckles h1s 1mp1sh grm and h1S love of fun N1c IS a fellow who l1ves qu1etly m1nd1ng h1s own bus1ness and then somethmg pops If a shovel falls on you when you open your door see Murray As1de from th1s hght Slde of l1fe N10 spends hours studymg showlng a character1st1c that we have all grown to adm1re He has been rewarded by be1ng a contlnual honor student H1s favorlte pastlmes bes1des talklng qu1etly w1th Davls 1nclude comparlng notes on the oppos1te sex and expoundmg the beaut1es of Cape Cod He has a rare ab1l1ty to take thmgs 1n h1s str1de and looks forward to l1fe IH the Navy Wlth no worrymg Appea a zc Lzkes D1 I ke Pastzme Ambzlzon Fa zle E 115011 pe beotehman Cape Cod Clmkers F eastmg To pass Phvs1cs What a load ' ....... '41 '41 .. .,...... '42 . ........ '42!44 j ...,.... '42-'43 '43 ..........'41-'44 .....'414'44 ' ..... '44 '44 l 1 JOHN TROWBRIDGE PARSONS A proper man as one shall see m a summers day Football Squad Baseball Squad Track Squad Intramural Basketball Reading Club Model Airplane Club Choir ohn John comes to us from NOYFISYOWH Pennsylvania after completing two years of high school there He is occasionally seen around the dormitory with the gang the local talent as we all remember too well He has been with us for two years now and has participated in vars1ty football baseball and track John tries hard and IS usually rewarded for his efforts He IS rather quiet until the fun begins but then he IS m the mldst of it He 1S very air mmded and hopes to enter the Army Air Corps A Farmer Lzke Mall D lk Fouls Pa fzme Advising Earl D Ambzlm A r Corps F zle Er e z Ha Ha Yeah ll51ll l MJ !! . . . . . . . . '42-'43 . . . . . . . . '43-'44 . . . . . . . . . '43-'44 l , ..... '42d'44 ' ........ 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' . amy: n sskin- 1, -- HARVEY PHILIP PETERMAN Haw Speck Food IS the very e sence of my bemg Mldget Sports ,I V Football Shop Club Rlfle Club Class Basketball Navrgatlon Club Varslty Basketball Asslstant Manager Varslty Football Vars1ty Basketball Manager Vars1ty Baseball Manager Although Speck 1S a clay student we see a lot of hrm around the dorm In h1s four years at Stony Brook he has made qu1te a h1t Wlth the fellows H1s sense of humor would be dlfflcult to equal Durlng the football season he helped the team no end Wlth h1s place k1Ck1I1g and center1ng Several trmes hrs long k1CkOffS set the opposmg team deep 1n the1r own terrrtory In the past years as manager of the basketball and baseball teams he has proved to be capable and consc1en tlous Harvey has been kldded about the results of h1s healthy appet1te but he has taken It all good naturedlv Although he has a hard tlme Wlth h1S studles he gets falrly good marks through hard Work and perseverance App am Likes Dzslzkes P zme Ambzlzon F avo zte E pe 5 by 5 Skatmg Math Gould s Storekeeper ll52l g3.,,5'1n I ' ........ 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'43- Cifwiii . e nee ,.... - m iiiiij '- r' rssion' Awwww- DAVID BRAY PORTER Dave The 0,11 of thxs man 1 h1s clothes J V Football Executlve Councll Presldent Student Organxzatlcn Football Manager Res Gestae Art Ed1tor Cho1r Model Arrplane Club Outlng Club R166 Club Able artrst Student Orgamzatlon Presrdent best Football Manager 1n years excellent p1ano player Class Representatrve and conscrentrous student are all thmgs for Wh1Ch we w1ll remember Dave All h1S undertaklngs have revealed a w1ll and a rare determlnatxon Bulldmg model arrplanes IS h1S favorlte d1ver sxon and he has turned out some real beautres Though naturally a qulet fellow Dave has entered mto fun Wllh rellsh An ardent lover of sohd Jrve Dave has often entertalned us on the plano wlth hrs brand of boogre By Workrng hard he has managed to hold hrs own as far as marks go Unt1r1ng efforts toward the success of the Xear Book on Dave s part help to make 1t what lt IS Here 1S success m the makrng Q Indxan Booglc wO0glL Announcements Mal mg Posters Fnglneer Now look Appenrmzre I zltes D1 lzlze Pa Mme Ambzlzon F111 rmle Erpresszon H5311 . . ........ 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'42343 Tennis Squad ........ 113444 l HARRY HAWKINS RAIN EY H any A lxttl n Lnse now and then IS rellshed by the WlSLSt men Mldg6t Sports J V Football Baseball Squad Intramural Basketball Basketball Squad Wrestlmg Squad Executlve Councll Clrculatlon Manager Res Gestae M1l1tary Organlzatron Camera Club Boxlng Club Outlng Club For slx years now Harry has been 1n the mlddle of thlngs loudly defend1ng Brooklyn and holdmg h1s own 1n many a bull sess1on He has partlclpated IH var1ous sports ever smce he was a llttle shaver ln Hopklns Hall For the past three years he has played varslty baseball and basketball He lS very certaln of hlmself and IS qulck to defend h1s argument 1n or out of class A great help 1n var1ous offices of our class Harry IS now pract1ca11y completely responsxble for the photography 1n thls year s Res Gestae and IS one of our Clreulatlon Managers For the commg years he w1ll be occupled wrth the Navy A1r Corps s1nce he IS now IH the V 5 We extend our thanks to Harry for h1s help and w1sh h1m the best of luck Appeamncz' D1 lzk P zm Ambzlz n Frwo zl Exp H5411 Raw recruxt B 0 lly Rules Blushlng You re up tl me creel ' ........ 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Y-5, BERNARD JOSEPH REILLY JR Barney Bern Variety is the very spice of life that gives it all its flavor Varsity Football Varsity Basketball Track Squad Basketball Squad Chess Club Blue and Wlnte Sports Editor Although a newcomer to Stony Brook this year Barney quickly adjusted him self to the life about the campus Considering that he 1S a resident of a com paratively nearby town we can well understand his liking for week ends and tributed to his popularity among the boys Beneath this air of Joviality lies an attitude of seriousness and understanding T o those who know him well Barney has been a real friend indeed An enthusiastic sportsman he has won his maior S 1n all three varsity sports Carrying his mterest in sports to the Blue and Whzte he has proved himself iny aluable as the sports editor Bern IS looking forward to service in the Army Air Corps after graduation Whatever the future may bring him we wish him the success that is his due Appearance Likes Dzslzke Paslzme Ambzlmn Frwonle Erpre H5511 1071 eep Laughs I atm Week ends A A F Hey Art l ' ....... 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J -Q-ggiiijii,-H so l Charlze Remy Boxlng Club Handlcraft Club Intramural Basketball Mllltafy Orgamzatlcn Model A1rplane Club Tennls Squad Outlng Club Adv1sory Commlttee Chr1st1an Assoc1at1cn Cheerleader N av1gat1on Club Bus1ness Manager Res Gevlae Baseball Squad Charhe now completlng hlS th1rd year at Stony Brook came to us from Chlna After spendlng eleven years there he proceeded to Amerlca to complete h1S educatlon Hls pleasant Sm1l6 and great sense of humor g1ve us many laughs He works hard at h1S stud1es and IS rewarded by excellent grades Through h1s unt1r1ng efforts as Bus1ness Manager Charlre has greatly arded the financlal success of thrs year s Res Gestae A slncere Chr1st1an he has engaged 1n the Chr1st1an act1v1t1es of the school by golng on deputatlons and by taklng part 1n the Chr1st1an Assoclatlon We are sure that h1s ab111ty to w1n frlends Wlll follow h1m wherever he goes and that h1s consclentrousness Wrll make h1m successful ln whatever he undertakes Appearance Lzlees D1 likes Pastzme Ambmrm I' I1107lfe Erpre 1071 Inflated Water flghts To be blamed Collectmg Ads Mechamcal Engmeer What dld I do ll56ll CHARI ES HENRY REINBRFCHT Three hfths of h1m gemus and two hfths sheer fudge U CALEB ODELL SNIFFEN Snzff Gremlzn On their own merits modest men arc dumb Rifle Club War Math Club Varsity Basketball Varsity Baseball Varsity Football Captain Basketball Athletic Council Advisory Committee Sports Editor Res Gestae Senior Class President This muscular fellow came to us a year and a half ago from White Plains New York Although Smffen has been quiet and reserved during his stay here he has won the admiration of all who have come ln contact with him The success of our Senior Class is mainly due to his untirmg efforts as President Combined field of sports As Captain of the basketball team and letterman of football and baseball squads Caleb has left a noteworthy record behind him He is also no slouch in his studies Annapolis appears to be his goal after graduation We are sure that his self reliance and his determination will brmg him success in what ever walk of life he chooses Appea ance C rcmlin Lzke Sports D1 lzke Violator Pa lzme White Plains Amlzlzuz C rumman Manager I rzmnle Frfmf mn Thtre goes a Grumman H5711 ' ...,...... 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' ' rt-" ti as GORDON EDWIN WEST Gordze Thmgs forbmdden have a secret charm J V Football Intramural Basketball Football Squad Basketball Squad Baseball Squad Sc1ence Club Blue and Whzte Staff eng1neer1ng We are sure that he w1ll succeed 1n reachlng h1S goal because of Here IS a son Brooklyn really can boast of Gordon a l1ttle guy w1th a lot of spunk In h1s two years at Stony Brook he has proved to be scrappy and mls chlevous Gord1e although he IS not very b1g through hard work and hrs fightlng nature galned a place on the second team 1n football He has also shown promlse 1n baseball and basketball H1s '1b1l1ty to get 1nto trouble has kept h1m hard at Work on the coal p1le almost SIHCE the day he arrlved After h1s keen mlnd and fightmg Splflt Appearance Like D lk Pa Mm Ambzlzon P1110 I Exp ll58ll mu Bpcn Coal pll Engln X eah L I' . . ........ '42 . . . . . '42-'44 . . . . . . . . '43 , . . . . . . '42v'44 . . . . . . , . '43!44 ' ......... '42-'43 ' ..... 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X 'I'l lx f is 11 es ...,.. limits ' KENNETH FUNCK WHITMIRE Whzt Ken I have llved and loved M1dget Sports Class Pres1dent J V Football Vars1ty Football Basketball Squad Boxmg Club Intramural Basketball Class V106 Pres1dent Vars1ty Baseball Model A1rplane Club Assoc1ate Ed1tor Res Gestae Now IH h1s f1fth year at Stony Brook Whlt has been a leader 1n h1S class ever s1nce he arr1ved H1s ab1l1ty to Wm fnends and h1s character make h1m well l1ked by all In h1s more ser1ous moments he Works hard and gets good marks Combmed wlth th1s ab1l1ty IS h1s prowess 1n athletlcs Th1s season he was out standmg 1n football helpmg no end 1n h1s blockmg and tackhng H1s argu ments 1n class are enjoyed by all except hlmself as they usually turn out d1sas trously for h1m As a m1sch1ef maker he does h1S share and a l1ttle more Also h1s act1v1t1es take 1n everythlng that 1S lncluded 1n Stony Brook s extra cur r1cular schedule Because h1s blrthday came early ID the year Whlt had to leave us and Jo1n the Navy We are sure that our loss IS the Navy s ga1n Appearance rw xx D1 lzke Paslzme A bzlz F111 orzle NWJX' USN H5911 E rim' mn Rugged Brlght llght St dy ng, Was mg Nav Boy that solxd l l ' ........ '39-'41 ' ........ '39-'40 . . ...,.... '41 ' ....... '42!43 1 ....... '41-'44 ' ......... '41 . . . . . '41-'43 ' - ' ..... '42-'44 ' ..,.... '42-'43 ' ..,.. '42-'43 ' ' . . '44 XA 's Most Popular Done the Qchool For Most N1 URRAY RFIIN BRFC Il I wi CLASS 'Host Handsome w...:-inf QlllQf0Qt BYFRI Y IIIISIF Nmqlegt Bmt Natures RLII L1 HUNC I- R PET ERNIAN H6011 fix ff' , , L4 QW Q ' Q vo . SNIFFEN KURTZ GOODWIN 3 R I I VWRN N RW 1 B LIOT 41 Btet KH hound Xlen N1 ost I onsclentlous SNIFI I N IWW FR PORIER loRRow N1 ost Egotlstlcal Bust Roommates RMNFY MII LLR KURIZ FORROW 3' Biggest Drfui Vhth the I aculty Most Stubborn KRNIOUR PARSONS WFSI H6111 J V g ql . 41 , , si: f' Xu, 5. ttt "'5 R,-Nwmk ' X it t in L o :fi-Q, ' ' ' t x A i J 1 Y Brlst Nthletee SNIIFI MN RE I I X CLASS Most I lkely to Succeed FORROW HUNGER Most Mlschlevous REINIBRFCHT 'VIURRAY I amest Best Builds ARNIOUR NIII I If R BAKER ANDERQEV H6211 I . - , - . . , , I - 1 . . , .. ' , I I , ' I V . , . ' 73' 'wi I ' 4 . 19545 , ,- , ' , , N l , . ., V - 'Qxf lla I I 1 , . Y . . , , , . I . Best Dressed Biggest Grmds MK Blggmt Eaters Sleeplest C RIVE 'MURRAY DORQC H REII I Y PORTER KURTZ BAKER ANDERSEN T xp ,Q H6511 The Classes Front Row Graham Swanson Walker Taft Second Row Robmson Denham Eells Jacobesen Caebelem Downey W Iarkxn Back Row Drake Fletcher Fanstone Parke Class of 1945 DAVID SWANSON Prcszdent DON WALKER Vue Prcazdrmf CHARLES MEDD SICTCIHTJ JOHN BERGEN ROBERT CALHOUN EDMUND CAES RICHARD DENHAM FARL DOWNEY WILLIAM DOWNEY DONALD DRAKE DAVID EELLS MICHAEL FANSTONE MEMBERS ALAN FLETCHER DONN GAEBFLEIN KEVIN GENTHER DONALD GRAF WILLIAM GRAHAM JACQUES ISTEL EUGLNE JACOBSSI N JAMES LARKIN libs H ROBERT MCNAMARA ALLAN MEYER WESLEY PARKE DOUGLAS ROBINSON MARCO SMITH CFORGE SOMERVELL I YMAN TAFT RALPH TAYLOR EARLE WOODBFRRS ' I v ' 1 Q ' ' ' 1 1 1 - v 7 Woodhorry, Caes. Third Row -Smith, Bergen, Calhoun, Genther, Downey, E. Fourth Row Taylor v -1 1 I - T' a 9 1 1 'I "'f . . . . . , . . . . . . I. I y . J 4 , 4 E 4 I 4 4 F 4 1 I E lx , . , , 1 4 4 4 f . Flrst Row Fern Ramey R Jones Hlgh Woodberry Iundy Conn Second Row Fetscher Malpaes lhompaon Holland Hamilton Woodbury Haas Wxlson Third Row Terner Young Blshop Jurgens Palmer Fourth Row 'Nelson Illltnberger Carpenter fraves I Roberts Feely Class of 1946 IAMES HIGH Preszdent PREDPRICK WOODBI RRY V111 Preszdent NFLSON IONES Suretary LIONEL CARPENTER DONALD CONN ROBERT ELLENBERC ER IAMES FEELY ROBERT FERN BRIAN FETSCHER LAWRENCE CRAVES MEMBERS DAVID HAMILTON JOE HOLLAND RODNEY JURGENS BUREN LUNDY KENNETH MALPASS PHILIP PALMER PHILIP PERKINS ROBERT POPE H6911 ROSS RAINPY NEWTON ROBERTS DONALD THOMPSON DONALD WII SON FREDERICK WOODBI RRY JAMES WOODBURY I'ARL YOUNC' Front Row Cotter Cheney Caes Ieiferts Erb Mlddle Row Bovle Craves Reese Wlne Claw of 1947 CLYDE CAEQ Pnfszdm! WILLIAM CHENFY V240 President DUNCAN IEFFERTQ Sumlarx RICHARD BOYLF CLYDE CAES WILLIAM CHENFY LEF COTTFR JOHN ERB MEMBERQ JEWETT CRAVE9 HUGH KRAMFR DUNCAN LEFFERTQ WILLIAM MEYER HAROLD NI LQON II7OH BAXTER REESE CORDON SCOTT JOHN STRONC' JOHN SWANSON DAVID VINI' . ' '1 . A , A - 1 v - A ' . V 3 . , I Back Row Kramer, Meyer, Swanson , f K L 1 . .....,.. Y I - f E 1 x ...,...... lil V K X , ' 1 - ' E 4 1 J ' .O I J J T 4 . . , Iflrst Row Vhnslow McDermond Dawklns Bussy Marvin Farnworth 'lhompson Cowan C rant Second Row files Rettman Brownvllle C Wolke Baker Baggs Flshgr 'Nhller Thlrd Row Stoddard Klem Nelson Hah' Adlard iarter Back Row Stevenson Brownvxlle D Goodfellow Cowan J , Sheppard Strong JAMES ADLARD ALBERT BAGGS RICHMOND BAKER DAVID BROWNVILLE CORDON BROWNVILLE RONALD BUSSE JOHN CARTER CHARLES COWAN JOHN COWAN CHARLFS DAWKINS DONALD DIEBEL Lower Form MEMBERS HOLLIS FISHER DONALD FARNWORTH BRUCE GILES GEORGE GOODFELLOW EDGERTON GRANT KENDALL HAFF CHARLES KELLOCC JOHN KLEIN JOHN MCDERMOND GERALD MARVIN ARTHUR MILLER II71II ELMER NELSON IVAN RETTMAN JOHN SHEPHARD DUBOIS SMITH DAVID STEVENSON JAMES STODDARD RICHARD STRONG DONALD THOMPSON DAVID WINSLOW RICHARD WOIKE ROBERT PERKINS -. 7. . . 1 H A Y 1 Y 1 ' Y Y V 1 N. . . . . . ,, x , A 1 1 Q 1 Us 9 v v vi - . . V 9 Y Y Y H A ' . 1 9 Y 'Y 9 A Y ' K Y . I A I - x I I 1 C N C A 1 .1 The Athletics sue .J H 3 F OOTBAI L 43 SCHEDULE October 9 Stony Brook October 15 Stony Brook October 23 Stony Brook October 30 Stony Brook November 6 Stony Brook November 13 Stony Brook November 20 Stony Brook 3 6 7 Poly Prep Northport Huntmgton St Paul S Smxthtovvn Port Jefferson Seton Hall Il74 ll h pt Quarterback Forrow Rlght End G me Rlght Gua d Whltml e The Stony Brook eleven w1th only four varslty lettermen returnlng looked forward to a season packed w1th many tough games After several weeks of mtense practlce under the leadersh1p of Loach Johnson and Captam Dav1s the team looked w1th ant1c1pat1on to the season s opener wlth Poly Prep Poly unscored on by Stony Brook 1n e1ght games tame to F1tch F1eld boastmg a heavy squad wlth fa1r experlence Late m the last quarter a flfty yard dr1ve beg1nn1ng w1th a pass from Taft to Swanson and a run by Rellly ended 1n Caleb Sn1ffen s two yard plunge over the goal l1ne Lredlt goes to the l1ne men who stopped many plunges short of first downs Ass1sted by Charhe Medd who mtercepted a pass 1n the end 7one they held Poly to the twelve yard l1ne The team was Jub1lant as they emerged v1ctor1ous over Poly 6 0 but lt proved fatal a week later as a falr Northport team beat us 18 6 Reilly Around Left End U 75 ll .hs Txme Out Stonv Brook was retarded bv the loss of two key l1nemen Don Walker and Capt Lharhe DHVIS Tralllnq at the half the Northport eleven came back to score three touchdowns Our one tally came as the result of a pass from Taft to Grlme The next week the Blue traveled to Huntmgton where Br1an Forrow s brrlhant quarterbackmg and blockmg sped the Stony Brook team to vrctory The openlng mlnutes saw the Blue team deep ln 1ts own terr1torv because of 1 fumble ln the backfield but Earle Downev booted a lon one down field and reheved the pressure ten yard end run A pass from Taft to Grlme ac counted for the extra pomt The opemng of the second half saw Huntmgton score but fall to con vert Stony Brook held the edge for the rest of the game w1th Snlffen scormg the second touchdown Many of our gams were due to Ed Holley s excellent blockmg The squad returned to the campus w1th a 14 6 score and w1th a two to one advantage 1n games won and lost Although the rams came the Blue and Whlte squad dld not abandon practlce Stony Brook was determmed to break the seven seven t1e over the1r tradltlonal r1val St Paul s The team took the Held amrd the cheers of many loval followers Our forward wall cracked terr1fic holes IH the St Paul l1ne and the backs ran hard As the squads left the muddy field Stony Brook rooters held the1r heads h1gh for our eleven had downed St Paul s 32-0 lL76ll CK ' 17 X 1 ' . . . . ' X . , C u I . L , , ' ' ' r 7 : I - gl - - Taklng the ball once more, Lyman Taft scored on a V . , ' 1 n . 1 A a , - ! 3 R ght Fackle Hunger Halfback Reilly lah sumed two Unmhdowns and Nkhd l2uHy .mul Andmsmu tmh lttounted for one Peterrnan and Grrme chalked up the two extra polnts Ox ereonfidence once agarn held us 1n our traeks as we engaged the Qnntbtown Indrans Taft seored the onlv touchdown of the first half whleh gave Qtom Brook the lead tn O Th1S farled to down the Indrans who fought batk to WIH .1-..lnnhn ' -It's Good!" H7711 .ni It Sta ted All Over Agam 7 6 The game was uneventful though both teams fought hard for the Vlctory F 1ght1ng honors go to our fullback Caleb Snlffen who played br1l11ant offenslve and defenslve ball A week later our aggregatlon journeyed to Port Jefferson our k1ck Wae blocked and a Port lmeman recovered the ball 1n our end 7one Before the half was over the Purple and Wh1te had Scored agam In the second quarter tallback Medd crossed the double Wh1te Qtr1pe for a Stony Brook touchdown Drake promptly booted the extra polnt Coach Johnson S bovfa Halfback laft I eft 1 uard Drake Right End qwanson ll 78 ll only to lose to a highly rated team 2447. The heartbreak of the game came when Fllb kS Hlfb kMdd LftEdD fought hard to the end but fa1led to stop Port Jefferson The l1nemen played heads up ball all the way To Earle Downey go the krckmg laurels as he booted several long ones The last encounter of the season brought us face to face w1th a tr1cky Seton Hall squad The HI'St half ended 1n a 7 7 deadlock The latter half of the game saw Stony Brook held 1n 1ts own terr1tory but Seton Hall rallled to score two touchdowns and a safety Whltmlfe Holley and Hunger showed br1ll1ant defenslve playlng as they were the mamstays 1n holdlng Seton Hall on our SIX 1nch l1ne for four downs Credrt goes to the whole team whose Splflt and sportsmansh1p was held hrgh throughout all the games Thanks goes to Mr Johnson from h1s first Stony Brook team for h1s patlence and loyalty 1n moldlng a f'-lghtlllg eleven Credlt must also go to Captam Chuck Dav1s who led an mexpenenced squad to v1ctor1es oy er both Poly and St Paul s ln the same year the first t1me 1n school h1story Lyman Scores H 79 ll t pt Sn ak y W dD BASKETBALI Deeember 11 Stony Brook 40 December 14 Stony Brook 57 Stony Brook 35 J anuar V Stony Brook 77 January 1 Brook 45 January 2 Brook 41 February 4 Stony Brook 78 Stony Stony February 8 Stony Brook 31 February 11 Stony Brook 17 Seton Hall Klnge Park St Paul s Poly Prep Snnthtoxxn Northport Port Jeffereon Huntlngton St Domlnre S +3 -H SC HEDUI E 73 H8011 I' eb1 u iry 1 7 Stony Brook February lb Stony Brook Stony Brook lrebr uarx 73 Stony Brook February 25 Stony Brook February '79 Stony Brook M ireh 4 Stony Brook M u eh 7 Stony Brook March 10 Stony Brook 4b '30 38 Kmg, Park Huntmgton Port Jefferson St Paul Q Northport Smlthtown Poly Prep Seton Hall St Domlnre First Row Taf , Crime, Ca . iffen, Dr' e, Dowm- , . Back Row Med , enham, Mr. Johnson, Hunger, Swanson fw 3 , , L 4 ' 7' , L I 1 ' A 7 ' 2 ' L. . ' ..,24 3 V ' x S y ' . Y ' e , , 19 . ' We ' january 12 February 19 J 3 . . . . , 34 Q H 'S e 4 1 1 -u ' . - f if L' , g N A .Mets , :sms .' x 7 . 3 , e 7 ' f . . . 33 e 33 , f ,2 ' 1,1 e , ,... 29 t , 33 ' , Z . L A A ' . 38 .7 374 I . - Y 2 H P ' . . 29 . 8 28d . 7 w - -iv 4 1 4 - . . , P . . - Zbe . 'S Imward Relllx I apmm Smffen Eorward C oodwm Mound the txx o IQLLIYHIIIQ plan em Art Cfoodxx m cmd Laotcun Caleb Smff n oux Loagh Mr Johnson moulded 4 mnnlng Lombmauon XXh1Ch turned out one of the begt 19' ondQ Qtom B1ook has seen m x 12119 HXX U8 7 3 .Y 1 ., I - A1 - 3 i ,' 7 ' 7 1 - . . N v . v , ' -X . W vp o 1 I1 Who For lt? In the opemngf eontest Stonx Brook defeated Seton Hall 1n a one s1ded un eventful affalr 49 94 Iournevmg to Kmgs Park the team agam met httle opposltron dow nmg the Maroon 07 19 The team then entramed for St Paul s Behuklatthe hah the Bhulfoughtlnwerhfto ganrtheleadln the Hnal quarter to nost out a surprlsmglx strong St Paul s squad 35 34 Contlnumg 1tS wmnrng streak our qurntet eked out another xlctorv over Polv Prep 97 to 96 Relllv s last mmute shot vu as the dec1d1nQ factor of the game Stonx Brook then took a flghtlflg Sm1thtown team 46 33 as Rellly kept the scorekeepers busy Wlth 93 polnts Northport became the next X 1ct1m as the Blue and Whrte captured rts s1xth stralght Rellly the best shot on the squad took hrgh scorlng honors Stony Brook met 1ts first defeat of the season at the hands of Port Jefferson Taft aggressrve as always showed good form but th1s was not enough to over come a 38 28 score Agam latkmg tu o men from 1ts startmq squad the Blue and Whrte engaged Huntlngton Captam Laleb Snlffen and Taft sank much needed l Jr l Dm 1. orward Drake ll 89 ll Ram! lt Qnramblt set shots as the te im xx on out 1n another close eontest 31 Xl Stonx Brook then laeed Qt Dommre s m 1loxx SCOYIHQ game 1n xx hleh xxe xx ere xxrthout the se rx lee ol Rullx F he game resulted IH our seeond setbaek 93 17 Seorrng 7.5 pornts 1n one ouarter and holdlng our opponents to onlx lxx o fu ld goals throughout the game the Klngs Park contest saxx us at our peak xx lnntng an easx one 46 tv Stonx Brook had 1ts share of elose games and Huntlngton gax e us txxo good tussels In the seeond affa1r Rerllx s one hander from the sxde Port jefferson before a large eroxxd on our oxxn court Featured bx Cfrtme exeellent retrrevrng under both boards the game xx as a deelsrxe N1CfO1V for Stonx Brook 38 '71 Keepmg 1ts second xx rnnrng streak mtact the Blue and Whlte d feated Qt Paul s Northport and Smrthtoxxn bx the respectwe scores of .Sb P8 32 'P and '33 '71 The onlx b1t 01 eXc1tement Lame 1n the Northport game lhe t1mer s horn and the referee s xx hrstle blexx almost rnstantaneouslx The game xx as ox er but the referee had axx lrded Retllx a shot xx hxeh he made good to hreak the iharlu Nhdd lorward Dau Swan on I uard 183 ll 1 -, . ' ' 1 1 v 3 f 'Y ' y r ' 3 s 1 1 ' ' V D Y , . X ' w ' - f 1 v, in A broke the tie and gave us another victory 32 31. Eager for revenge, xx'e opposed -- . ' g ' , , Q- v ' V Y ' r 1 4 e . Q , , 1 . I . ' W . V 3.4 , L I l AJ, . L b--A 1 X .YY s- 4 V xr K . " c X . , , v I y I I Y vy vi" v? . 7 ' ' H x H x ll Iorwarlll kll 5, arll man laft 7 37 t1e C oodxx1n shoxx ed ll1HlS6ll to be tn outstandlng seoler tletng Relllx xx1th 13 pomts Hopmg to repeat lts xrctorv the squad xourneved to Polx xx here It eame out on the short end ol 1 39 97 seore Although defeated the team shoxx ed ple ntx of fight and splrlt As our season drexx l'2lDlClly to a elose the Blue and XX hrte eourt maehrne engaged Seton Hall W 1th txxo regul irs out on fouls the reserx es xx ere lble to squeleh a late spree and eomt out on top 78 6 Don Dr xke topped C rrme for seormg honors xx 1th 1? pomts The johnsonltes xx ere deternnned to make th1s last game one to remember Who xx1ll forget hoxx C rlme reeox ered that ball under the boards and hoxx Dr lke and 'laft fought hard lor the p1ll' It 1S not bard to reeall hoxx the xx hole te tm serapped throughout the eontest lt xx as the best ex4b1b1t1on ol basketball th1 Vear Wlth the seore t1ed for SIX mrnutes IH the last quarter Captaln L lleb Snlffen ended an exeellent season bx s1nk1ng the flnal and xx 1nn1ng basket to defeat bt Dom1n1e s Po Ut .ll mp Ball. ll8t l 2 H, ,V y 4. 'Qiwfwx ,Q if ng . as N Fw Q1 5 X- 5. Q. w x X - wx . X Pfxsxf :SfQKfQ?Bx:f ' f 'S 1, Q k '15 .fi fiii i ff' Q2 - g W Z Y Ywff f ! iii Y wx A ,MN Q - :Zi H If W xv M33 Standing Nh' lohnson Ptterman Relllv Drake Hun er Tavlor Kurtz Taft Snlffen Stated Denham Catbtlun Dorsch Nhdd Swanson Ram s Iomlwm Hugh Downev F BASF BALL -H SC HEDUIII Aprll 14 Stony Brook Aprll 18 Stony Brook Apr11 71 Stony Brook Aprll 75 Stony Brook May 9 Stony Br ok May 3 Stony Brook May 5 Stony Brook 4 .J Patthcgue Setiuket So Huntlnqtc n Samt Pwul Q HUHt1HgtOD Nortbpc rt Port Jefferson ti tt P' Q Q t "N S 1 it ' r ,J - Q f, " . i Q K ' - ' y 'J 'y 2, . , , N' j.., j..,' , A, -,.,' ' - 9 v - v vk 1 .L, l , , ', 1. , , k J fl A V, 'J " . . . sl X 7", Ic Y .,.. 5 ' 1 - , V. t . 4k .A l 1 ,11 ' r ., ' v , QS C . .. 4 , r .. f B ..V 4 ,,.. . if . Captaln Swanson P tcher Kurt Dorsch at Short The gaps Wh1Ch were left by last year s stars Swanson and Alhouse were qulckly filled by Bob Dorsch and Lyman Taft as the 1944 team started practlce shortly after sprmg vacatlon The schedule was a large one 16 games were played The opener Wlfh Patchogue Hlgh School was featured by Dave Swanson s terrlfic and t1mely h1tt1ng whlch pounded four runs across the plate Steve Kurtz a veteran and Charlle Medd a converted fly Chaser showed good p1tch1ng form holdlng the South Shore Club to flve bmgles and three runs Taft was a constant threat to the opposmg base runners p1ck1ng three of them from the base paths The w1nn1ng run was scored by Kurtz on a long h1t by Captam Dave Swanson Engag1ng Setauket the Blue Jays faced some better p1tch1ng but h1t well, co1lect1ng eleven base knocks. Taft, Dorsch, and Rellly led the attack Wlth three hlts each. Denham was reheved by Kurtz who got cred1t for the 7 5 w1n South Huntmgton handed us our defeat as we were unable to reach their pltcher in the seven lnmng route Char11e Medd started but was met by a barrage of hits. Rainey Snags One! H 87 ll Q ,mt,.5c L.T,.1.,t .--. ,ting X . l Z . ' r r 9 . . . L, . s , . , . . . . . - . 9 9 f 7 - 3 . . . . s.. , . . . Ll . . X I ' 7 1 The Hut That Means a Run Hunger at Second Thlrd Baseman Reilly ll 88 II i X - ff' . A . M dl th H ll Catch Taft Transferred to the outfield he redeemed h1mself by makmg a spectacular catch of a fast smkrng texas leaguer Dorsch and Rellly both connected for extra base blows but these were not enough to overcome the 11 4 lead Errors 1n the first frame kept the Blue and Whlte from takrng the1r thlrd game as Samt Paul s downed us 4 3 The follow1ng slx mnmgs proved to be a p1tcher s duel Taft el1m1nated several base runners by accurate throws Huntmgton gathered enough unearned runs to defeat us 13 7 IH a poorly played affalr on our dlamond Bob Dorsch unleashed h1s arm on the mound releasrng Kurtz but arr1ved too late to squelch the Hunt1ngton parade Medd tw1rled the Northport game allowrng eleven safetxes but commg out on top 12 9 The b1g bats of S B S spoke and the Blue rega1ned an early lead to g1ve Medd h1s fnrst w1n Kurtz gathered hxs thrrd w1n agamst Smlthtown conquerlng them 8 6 Re1lly Denham and Dorsch pounded out seven h1ts Whlfh proved to be too much for Smrthtown to overcome Pltchmg a beautrful two hltter Charhe Medd recelved httle fieldmg support and lost a heart breaker to Samt Paul s 4 'S Gaehelein at Bat ll 89 ll s ix 11 1' ? . s TRACK 44 SCHFDULF Aprrl Pb May tm Stony Brook '53 Poly Prep 66 May 10 Stony Brook Patehogue Stony Brook Bay Shore May 15 Stony Brook Lake Grove Captain Gnme 119011 x QQ N . J WH I I 9, B N . l L 1 .1 Stony Brook 74' 2 Lake Grove 1115 Startmg off with a bang the track team walloped Lake Grove 7414 115 taking a first place in every event Ray Buker s 4 47 mile wa the hlghhght B111 and Earl Downey showed prom1se1nthe high Jump and tock first places in the 440 and 880 respectively With first places 1n the 100 the 220 and the broad JmpmwmmmmmwwammmmmTmwwwmmwmmu Walker took first in the dlscus and Grlme won the shot put Poly Prep took our measure 66 33 The team fought hard taking five first places but Poly had super1or reserves and won the second and th1rd berths Denham took Erst in the hurdles and Ray Buker won the mlle as usual High Jump honors go to the Downey twins Earl also romped in first 1n the half mile Again proving his merit Don Walker placed f1rst in the discus To Reilly Goodwin and Calhoun who have worked very hard but have failed to place go special commendat1ons Thanks are due to Mr Gillis and Mr Curtis for molding the team H9111 a d 9, y W Cap t D k Walk Anderso Robe ts R b TENNIS -H SCHEDULE Aprll 18 Stony Brook Aprll 25 Stony Brook Aprrl 29 Stony Brook May 2 Stony Brook May 4 Stony Brook May Q Stony Brook 2 1 0 1 Sayvllle Sayvllle Poly Prep La Salle Sayv1lle La Salle ll92lI Captam F sallam l St n in -llamilton, Me er, ., . r en er, ra e, er, n, r , 0 ins Kneeling-Holland, Downey, lstel, Forrow, Byerly jf , M. .... 5 Up For the Kill' Andy Serve A Determmed Save W1th Br1an Forrow the smgle returmng veteran of last year s squad the tenms team embarked on 1ts season rather mexperxenced Don Walker playmg number one has turned 1n some top notch show1ngs Keen compet1t1ve Splflt characterlzes all h1S play Andy Anderson has developed a dazzlmg serve and plays rather a hard fast game Handlcapped by bemg wlthout the a1d of hls own racquet for a tlme Don Drake has played some fme games Commg from behmd to w1n over at Sayvllle was a real tr1umph for h1m He and Don Walker fought hard mn thelr doubles matches L1onel Carpenter and B111 Downey have used the1r hexght to good advantage ln number two doubles play1ng evenly and conslstently Though th1s year s record certamly mlght have been lmproved the outlook for next year IS very br1ght H933 5 W 1 , Q . h ' ,Q l A l s ' . . . . , 1 ! ' 7 , - Q , . Y . . , . . . ' 9 . The Activities 'SAVE' Snlffen Kurt7 Forrow Vkalker Runhrecht Adslsory Commlttee BRIAN FORROW CIIIIIVIHIIII STEPHEN KURTZ CHARLES REINBRELHT LALEB SNIFFEIN DON WAI KFR H9611 1161121141 U1 mhz 1 U4 111!14 1 U1 lllfll 1 Fxret Row Ran s II Iorrow Portar Hunger COOIIWIYI Qtandlng Chanu Craham Wir Kurtis Taft Ranu R Executlve Counul DAVID PORTER , A . BRIAN FORROW . . , RICHARDS HUNC IRR I ARTHUR COODWINI I HARRY RAINFY . . WILI IAM C RAHAM LX MAN TAFT , R099 RAINFY . . WILLIAM LHENFY I I MR. I IITRSON CURII9 H97 . . . , . . I TISI'lfUlf . . . . VZIH-1,TlSlAI1UZf , I . , . . Qrvrclczm , Suzfor RffJrzsc21Zf1l1'z'r . Suzior RC'I7TlSU1II1fl'Il . junior R0f77'lSH1fIlllAII . luuior Rcfnrfszzzmlzif Soplzomore Rcfmswzlfzim FVKSIIHIGII Rfjnrcszlzlnlfzr . . . . . . .I'af'ull,x ,Alrlzisor Ilrst Row Nlr Rosgnhcrgnr Hamllton Kurt? Forrow Second Row Dr Gaebelein Remhrecht Hunger Kndarson lhlrd Row K raham VVo0dbLrrx E Dunham Buker Fanstone Lhrlstlfm ASSCJL1c1tllJI1 WILLIAM ANIDFRQON RAR INIOND BDKER RICHARD DENHAIXI MILHAII PANQTONL BRIAN FORROW DAVID HAMILTON RILHARDQ HUNC FR QTEPHEN KURT! LHARI E9 REINBRELHT FARLI' WOODBERRY DR CAIDBELEIN MR ROQFNBIDRC I R H9811 U4 mln r U4 mln r Wemhr r 'llembr r II! mhz r Meminer Uembcr 1101111111 Uembcr Alember Facullv lldzzsor Fmullx fldzzsor K - ' s 1 lv ' - 1 I ' S . M ' ' I , ' .', ., I , , I' 1 . . . . V I I W N W I L K K I L I I T ......,...., I ' ' Y , v ' ....... ....., I ' 3 ' D 1 ' . .....,...,.. I" ' f - 1 I - ' L I I, ' ............ I ' ' A .......,..,.,.. A I , 7 VVILLIAM GRAHAM I ..,..,...,.. Iwembcfr - - I I 1 Z ,......,...,. 1' ' , I, . .............. I ' ' - 1 , 4 ' I .......,.,. 1" ' , I .....,...... f . 1 L ...,...,.... ' - I It I I - . I L L 1 L .......... ' ' ' I I I'ront Row Thompson Ilusme Cowan C Reftman Second Row Stevenson 'Nhller Fmher 'Hrs Nlarsluon Stoddard Iqrnvworth Ndson I Th1rdRow Kurtl Drake. Walku' Woodbnrrs I Ihlsa. lourth Row Ilgtdur Porter 'Nhllgr D longs Downu W Baases WILLIAM DOWNEX ALAN FLETCHER DAVID HILSEE NELSON JONES DON MILLER DAVID PORTER Choir Tenors DON DRAKE STEPHEN KURT7 DON WALKER EARI E WOODBERRY FRED WOODBFRRX MRS M ARGESON H9911 Sopranos BUSSE COWEN L F ARN WORTH FISHER MILLF R Chozr Dmelor NEI SON RFTTMAN STFVFNSON STODDARD THOMPSON , N.' V ' ' . ,- , . ,A ,4., , . f . ,. , . ,. ... I.. K' 7 V I F ' ,f - -. ' -. ' . - I '-W. v 4 v- vf- fv v 1 .ul-a F 1, FI- I I ' . .- .V ' V 7' 1 'V' 'Y .U ' , w 7 L 4 4 , . 4 4 4 4 w ,4 X X, 4 4 , y 1 4 4 L. I ... . . . . . . . . 4' . YW' Nnderbon Rullw Nlurra Kurtz West food in Ccnthgr Standing Hamilton Rohart Calhoun Wr Dana Qwanson D Doreth The Blue and Whlte STEPHEN KURTZ Fdztor zn Chzef Buszness Managers Czrculalzon Manager GORDON WEST DAVID SWANSON ARTHLR GOODWIN Ilunbcrs of HW .Slalf WILLIAM MLRRAX INI' WT ON ROBERT 5 DAVID HAMILTON KEVIN GENTHER Fazullx ldzzsor MR LHARI F5 DAVIS H 100 H Sporls I' dzlors BERNARD REILLY CHARLEQ IXIEDD WILLIAM ANIDERSON TOM CALHOLN Sniffen Davis Grime 'Vit Johnson Forrow Qwaneon D Athlem Lommmzee CALEB QNIFFEN Clfazrman CHARLEQ DAVIQ PHILIP C RIME DAVID QWANSON MR JOHNSON Icuullx HIOIII Ilembzr Membz r Ilembz r ldz zsor . Q N . BRIAN FORROW . . I , . . . 4IIembc'r is Koodwm Nlurru Kllftl Ranhruht lorrnw Pmur Ramu llumimr Smfhn Res Gestfle St IH ldltors Nlunu mc I H 'H ldutor lmlow md Xssmtanl Kurtz 'sl-nl .,...-.-WA-W, Wusmes XI3l1d5k!'Rtll1lTI'CLhl' Sports I dltor Qn ffen PI oro rag hu Ramtx l I a k I' elltor s Note An edltron sueh as th1s demands many hours of eoneentrated etto t All ol the seemmglx 1ns1gn1f'lc ant detalls must be taken eare of before the long 1xx 11ted d1x xx hen a xear book goes to press Isnst IH the 11st of those xx ho haxe eon lI'1l'JLlt6Cl to the sueeess of thls book IS Lharhe Rembreeht In clClClltlOIl to superbly handlmg the Busmess lVIanagersh1p he h 1s done a eons1der1ble rmount ol tx pmg and Cdltlflg B111 Murr IX deserx es eommend1t1on for h1s llltllltll reeordlng of the dally grmd assrsted by Daxe Porter he drexx up the eox er 1nd t1tle page and he helped rn the lay outs ol the xarxous seetxons In xx11t1ng up some of the senlors IH mappmg out the x 1r1ous stetlons and rn edrtmg Ste e Ixurtz has been a real a1d Labormg under dxfneultxes Harrx R unex md hm I 1rk1n took m my ol the pletures that you are noxx looklng at As eneul 1t1on managers Dxek Hunger and Harry Ramey dld 1 I'-IHL xob they 1lso prepared the trmelx C1LlOtdt10HS for the SLHIOYS I or the reeordxnq ol the ex ents IH 1thlet1es we 1re 1ndebted to Laleb Smffen xvho also helped IH other lmport ut xx 1xs Manx thanks '1re owed to W 1rren Byerly xvho typed ne 1rlx 111 or the prmtmq matter These fellows h IX e eontrlbuted most but Art C oodxx 1n Kc n W hrtmne Phll Grlme Andy Anderson and Ld Holley h xxe 1 vth helped IH x il'lOL1S xx Us Mr Iohnson s steadylng mfluenee has been a CICISIHILL 1sset 'Ilee myaluable photography eontrtbuted by Al Musson eertamly was a hte saver Whxte Studlo em Q onde Nast Lngravers and I r 1ne1s I morx I+1teh Prmtmq Lo haxe done 1 line 1ob And we are deeply mdebted to the m 1ny adx ertlsers who make possxble our Year Book As rs proper trod should be thanked lor Hrs ever present help It IS IH the pr oeess of eompletmg a Work sueh as thls that we see the fulfillment ol Lhrrsts xvor d Wlthout me ye e '1n do nothmg BRIAN D. IURROW "' . " x'l"I'IIlIll ll lthl II ,94- WWF? .,,f"1 .ff ,J wx W. W lI108H 9"'-QQFM N H 10911 H110 11 Af fb rw E - 1 r Q ,E , A H-' ' I I r .sl- 1 ,ll HW 'Q '92- .gif Advertisements 4 trzbutc to STONY BROOK SCHOOL for developmg the character m young men WhlCh helped to make DOSSlblC Fllght Ofhcer Rlchard F Ellls U1 iff States A mv A I fb KYI UNIX BROOlx 43? Afrzend 0 Dzrlz HUGH C . , . , 7 If!! A I' F If ,Of .V f '1 ' ' ,, . fu . ESTABLISHED 1818 S 5C 3, etoreansgitu tra' I2 NW Hang l'lli5hElg5EZif5 afgh nes , Q! 346 MADISON AVENUE COR FORTY FOURTH ST Q I P NEW YORK 11 N Y if A HFADQUARTERS FOR UPPFR FORMFRS AND UNDLRGRADUATES Lven with colleges so largely militarized and the war s inroads Into preparatory schools a vast c1v1l1an army of non uniformed students are nevertheless still residence at our educational Institutions So ew en with all our actiw mes In supplying uniforms and accessories to Army and Navy officers Brooks Brothers are prepared as always In the Sixth Floor Shop to outfit College Undergraduates and Upper Formers In good looking civilian clothes and accessories Our standards are maintained throughout and Was I M fc 'Nh-ei..-as inf!! Q! -? 'WN fa O UAAL 7 gl prices coxerlng a sensible wartime range begin t moderate figures Szxth Floor Shop Suri: 843 to 855 .ftzes 36 to 44D Now IN THE SLLOND QUARTLR OI' OUR SIQONI LLN fl RX 1818 l 44 nnhnculs AS MAKLRS OF NIILITARY AND NAVAI LN NEW YORK ONEWAII. Sflllf BOSTON NEWIUIV COR IEIIKILEY Sflllf Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept Sept. Sept Sept Sept Dazly Grmd Well School opens today' Seniors find themselves outnumbered by the Juniors many of them occupying Hegeman Hall berths Classes begin Fveryone horrified at first assignments Football practice begins Great water fight between second and third floors of Hegeman Nlce way to start the yearOD' Butter agaln today Oh boy' Charlie the magician mystifies every one-even Mr Bell Phil breaks finger on the gridiron Sunday oh day of rest Students relax for the first time since school began Chuck Davis gets home permission Everyone wonders what the secret of his success is OD Chuck Davis gets mortally wounded and has two stitches taken In his l1p Also gets letter from Dodie Buker gulps down a large katyd1d receives fifty two cents and wave of nausea C1ro looks into his master s Bible class Retires with big brown eyes full of pity for slavmg Seniors. Graham chews huge tomato worm, gets 952.10 In tips from admiring spectators. Caleb Smffen elected president of the Senior Class. Stony Brook loses to Patchogue In opemng scrimmage of the year. Hunger has stitches taken ln lip. Seniors get homesick. Possibilities of an early party discussed Honor system starts. All, or nothing at all. The unwelcome Institutions known as "Evening Study" and "Deten tion" arrive with two weeks' marks First ad comes in Quarter page for the Bank of Suffolk County. ll1l7ll v, f iw ' 'JJ I 1 'Fil -21 -lx" TZD fn, f- U C ACI: ffl? Zia ' af ev-, a -.1 f as - s we 5 ' If Q r- - ,-. E .5 M, g,KV,,. ,A . , , . ,mls V 5,2 27 .3, x, ' .r 5. ,ii ,Z if . A mt. rhjlrjm 'S J. I fi .vii gjlT"f7 , ' -, ' ' . - . , r ' ffl' I .,,, ,!'.5lf, A .sl , 'V A ' 1 4 ' F'4.i'ff?' ' ' 5, fflfl' gl N 4 L . .4 r JE.'g,- ' if A frenz- .X. . 1 ,. I 1 'QQ' 'vi .. U -I , it 5' . . . . . , it , Lf f ,f .. 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Rogers Peet s fine all Wool Quallty remains unchanged' E never use Style as a sugar coat for poor quality Anybody can sell a man once But it takes quality to keep him commg all through school and for the rest of his life' my WW gyfwfxaf ,am ,mam N F fth A 13t St t t t St 6 l t Sept Oc Oc c Oct c c Oc c Oc c c C C C c c Oc Second team pushes Patchogue around but st1ll gets beaten 25 12 Butch Fletcher can t understand why he dldnt get a game uniform S B S Boys Scout Smithtown vs Port game lncogmto Campers drift all the way to St James Choir has its first flmg Say sharp as a marble First casualty for the J V s Feely bangs his ankle up First heat 1n building melts 1c1cles and partially returns circulation Another Toronto letter' Snow man Dave Porter trles his hand at lining the field Vars1ty loses valuable man as S1mmonds leaves' Steve and Whit slip into New York purportedly on Year Book business Rally and Jitters in preparation for Poly Prep game Varsity turns ln at 11 30 for long night s sleep Victory over Poly for the first time in e1ght years Great Jubilation Sunday papers bought by everyone B1g write up of upset Salad a la Woodwork as two Walters collapse under terrific stra1n of porcelain First marks and Senior pictures have most of the slxth form ln a dither Report cards home What was that you said Ma? Phil Grlme elected track captain Larkin s plane makes a lovely nose dive First officlal inspection has everyone busy as bees Rally for to morrow s game Northport takes us over the ropes to the tune of 18 6 Ouch' Everyone goes home on first free Weekend of the year All the Seniors stagger in at 10 17 after hard weekend Everyone glad to get back? ll119ll Ce our clothes ln ' s ore Rogers Peet! .i....l..-i Th d rn o ers cet rates top: at man of the counh-y'x leading schools , In ew York: And in Boston: i venue h ree Warren Street Tremon St. at41s reet at Broadway at Broadway at Brom ed S . . 29- ' - . Sept. 3OfVarsity practice dampened by a drizzle. Nature lovers skip a day. t. 1- ' ' ' , ' . t. 2-M . . . ' . ' ' . o 1. 34" " ' . . ' ' ' . . 44 ' ' '. ' . ' . o t. 64 ' B . ' ' t. 7-a s . u '. l 0 G tl 8-ii I an , u - n 0 Nl f t. gl l . . b l I . 0 I 0 ' O t. 10- . ' ' - . O t. 114 u ' ' ' Q t. -0 . n n - l A o 1. 134 l ' ' ' ' ' . ' ' ' ' O t. 14? ' l ' ' ' . - o t. 15' ' - . . 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IOOTNXII R 9 X MANHAI I NN Zi N 2 E 4 d S BR UNK 31-tl' I .mens Shoes h l M d H7 M d BROOI LHNJ 3-IS I FI b INEXN XRK S43 B l DI I l h XX 'XSHINC TONI 13271 38hS NW C C C c c Oc Oc Oc c c c c c Oct Nov 1 Nov 2 N1c gets hls for p1e1ng our beds Is greeted by downpour and wrecked res1dence We want butter' Y ' You know that yellow stuff ' Mr Bell has hrs first try of the year as M1D1St6f of MUSIC 1n chapel Steve gallops off the field w1th dlslocated thumb Student Orgamzatlon returns Zoot t1cket w1ns Pres1dent Dave Porter V1ce Presldent Brlan Forrow Secretary D1Ck Hunger Senlor p1ctures are back No It can t be' V l A sp1r1ted S B S eleven trounces Hunt1ngton 14 6 1n a swell game Homer Hammontree returns for rev1val meetlngs Mel Sald Ham he sa1d Clder and doughnuts 1n Dorm party F1rst new soup spoons 1n dmmg room SIHCC 1905 Second team overwhelms Lake Grove 21-0 Soft J V s practlce 1ns1de Dr1pp1ng Vars1ty shows them they can take It CBoy were we Jealouslj T errlble and wonderful s1gns appear 1n Hegeman Beat St Paul' Murder Harry Kraft' Walters lost 1n maze of passages as k1tchen exlts are sw1tched Change at ,Iamake Beat St Paul s becomes our battle cry at cheer rally Great Jub1lat1on over St Pauls defeat 32-0 Sen1ors and thelr g1rls start for New York amld Jealous stares Cheer up Jumors your turn next year We swagger or stagger 1n after gay f6St1V1t16S Vars1ty SCHIOYS d1sappo1nted' Only two laps? West sells h1mself lnto slavery to pay off weekend debt Flat wallets but memor1es full to overflowmg Patchogue flashes beat J V s 241 Davxs horrlfied by reptlle bed compan1on lI121ll cc , ,V S ' : Y . ' 1. S w ' X - H .1 1 'l ' gg i f 7? F Av 4: Q! 1 V 1 ix R F :,.2-f::g:g:iV, A Iso 4 uv -V S : 1 - 'S ., -f E ' ngclll. ' 2? CI lf d S , fr Cl '-l S. - l IZB' 4 'son Sq. - l A l5'w1 , -. 0 -asm Zn 't., 1 Ave. - ' ' ': 5 I S , - B lI'Il - 808 'at ush Avc., near Ch h X' C,": 1, 7 'dh' Rd. ' ' "f '14 'riS. - PHIUXI SJHIA' l-.. C ' S H - U. I .1 :S f,.' ' O t. 18- ' ' ' ' . O t. 19- . . . , . ot.2o- . ' 1 " " . Ot.21- n U '.. ' , . 3 . ' J . , Z 1 - o r. 22- U ' . , t. 23- . . . - . t. 24- . " , ' ,' ' as ti . . . . . . . O t. 26- . .'- ' ' ' . ' ' ' . K , . O t. 27- . - . . O t. 28- ' ' ' ' ' . u n o t. 29-" . .D . , . . . u O t. 30- . . ' a 3 I n I, a ,A I I . ' . n u - a ' , Q 1 u Fc INDIIIDCHIS of H 1.2211 YfVAIfl1lQR J. MUNRO SIHCOHI Radlo and Electrlc G TERRY Rrpazrv Suppfzfs PORI Il III RSON S'IA'l IOIN SCTX ICC Goa! Dealer fl! PHONI 180 S1 QNX BROOK Teleph me 38w Compfzment 0 F T BRUSH H L Rogers 86 Co lhc Stony Brook Barber 1 flffflbffj Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov 18 Steve Kurtz refuses to eat tongue after he hears moomg No B1ble Class today Everyone down 1n the dumps Cheer Rally Our cheer leaders w1l1 show the Smlthtown glrls up Marme A1r Corps Ha' Ha' Smlthtown tops S B S 7 6 Caleb plays best game of the season Sam makes h1s first debut Our only worry IS that stuff called meat for d1nner Beat Port' Beat Port' Tough practlce for next Saturday s game Sam takes a new home w1th Harry Ra1ney s folks Charhe Medd cr1nges as the French book hovers overhead Bernard takes a llttle vacatlon from classes on the grounds that he lS s1ck We have our doubts Earl Downey tells us the famlly and h1s llfe hlstory Gyroscope goes w1ld 1n Physlcs class Three treated for shrapnel wounds Fr1day mte rally ends ln snake dance across the campus chant1ng Beat Port' Stony Brook bows to Port for first tlme 1n hlstory Swell game though Fathers Johnson and G1ll1s gayly bounce around the campus Glrl for Gllhs boy for coach Welghts dropped off the water tower by physlclst Gallleo proved wrong' ' ' Semors get glad news of a l1ttle Blble test to begm next Fr1day Plaster flutters down from second floor cexlmgs as a rowdy game of P1ng Pong flour1shes between 9 30 and 10 OO SGDIOTS find all the1r beds wrecked Rembrecht and Smffen pay penalty 1n full Due to my apparent laxlty 1n adherence to the code of ethlcs H121-BH ' ' ' I M. . n 1 Y 1 4 1 .lx .' ' ' L. I. EZ .- I C I A I I I 1 ' 1 . X f ' ' , ' Y ,J . . 3- H ' . . 4K . ' . ' 54- . . . . x tomorrow? methinks. Dave enlightens us with some facts about the . aw ' 1 . '. av I . . PM !! D ' I ' . sg . ' . ' ' . . SFI . !! ' ' ! . ' .we . ' ' ' . i . 114 ' ' ' ' . . u . u . s Y . 13a ' ' ' ' . , . .14ee n g ' ' . ' . - , . Q - . 1 . u . . . u ,, n u n . . 17- 1 I ' ' IIIPXIHI 111 LAMBRIDES Sc BOHMAN I Il 01111 I 7 NIH XUR1x C115 NIXX V x U 124 H ' r' XQIQ I,'f'rl1if1'rf P lffff .lm flllfk' -Hf l"II"'l'lI' AYIfNl'lf C" ' ',A'1"lRl' GILES CHEVROLET SALES A Speczal Frzendly Ef ment Repazr Ser ue Chevrolet Cars and Trucks MAIN STREET AND BARNLM AX ENLE Port efferson I I THE BANK OF PORT JEFFERSON CAPI TAL 214100 000 00 SIIRPI US 412100 000 00 lXIember of the Iederal Deposlt Insurance Qorporatlon Nlember of the Federal Reserxe System Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Great pep rally for tomorrow s t1lt w1th Seton Hall S B S flghts l1ke mad but goes down under Seton Hall to the tune of 23 7 Edg1e H165 off handle m11k H165 on Parsons coat flles to cleaners Whoopee' No football practlce Our SDIFIIS are dampened by a dorm 1nspect1on by Dr Gaebelem boys yearn to be home School joyously dlsperses for the Thanksglvmg VHCHIIOH 25 to 28 Thanksgzvmg Holzday Blue Monday What a let down Semors compare notes the turkey d1nners Everyone on top floor IS tearlng h1s ha1r out comparlng Macbeth and Lady Macbeth Ftrst ed1t1on of School Paper We are 1nformed of a new fullback named Brean FOYISCO Coach heaves slgh of rel1ef At last the paper IS out All the hardest workmg VHYSIIY have thelr names read off as gettmg letters Close basketball txlt between Junrors and Senxors Senlors w1n 45 7 Don Walker elected next year s football capta1n Rembrecht snags and downs three p1eces of ple Is N1c Jealous' I Porter s and Gaeb s planes meet trag1c endlngs at the golf course Johnston Hall porch parnted flrst t1me 1n twenty three years Mormng snack detoured We come out on top of a tough scrrmmage w1th Setauket 63 17 L1eutenants Curtls and Presada v1s1t campus on leaves 9 Dorsch I had a talk w1th P C about my marks Nlc What conclusron d1d you come to? Dorch H1s II125ll . , . V, 'ji . . U., J , ,. . . 194 ' ' ' . . 20f . . . ' , , . . .. , . . L, . -I ' .22!. u . Q ' . ' ' Nov. 23-First snow storm of the season whitens S. B. S. campus. Southern . u L . . u .. o n u ' I 29M i . . - . ' t on . . a 1 v o o . H - n 1 . - . . n I . gl . a n a n . 3M , ' ' ' . ' ' - . . 4- ' ' ' .' ' ' . . . 54 ' ' ' ' ' . . . 6- 1 3 I ' ' - . . 77 n I u .Q . 1 . . 8- ' U ,Q ' LONII I INII 'X IS Ol flze Perry Knzttzng C0 PERRY N N III f O 0 Q 26 H Tcl. Alfdubon 3-0460-1-2 '4Thc Best Since 188' GEORGE SCHAEFER 8: SONS Inc HUDSON VALLEY FARM PRODUCTS MEATS POULTRY BUTTER EGCS SWEVUICZHQ' Srhoofv fampv Hospztafs Hotels Uur Sperzalty Persc nallx o xned and operatel 7303 Tlll I I FH Al ILNII Nl V1 XORR CITX Dcc Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec Dec an an an an ZH 2111 all all lan Senlors call meetmg on fourth floor Have your lodge tlckets ready please Breakfast dlsturbed by an lnvoluntary SCFICS of blackouts Seton Hall tumbles to an S B S qumtet 49 24 Ph1l thrllls us by hrs httle token from Zrmmerlem s Sleepy Bob Ellenberger staggers 1nto supper expectmg breakfast Amuslng but confusm huh Bob? Dave Armour sent to offlce on an offic1al mlssxon Staggers back under load of two heavy volumes Oh the humor of it all s1r Umt free boys leave for Chnstmas Vacat1on The rest of us are left to chafe at the b1t another day Bad boys are grudgmgly hberated 17 to Jan 3 Chrzstmas Holzday I rn trred and I want to go to bed ' Trrumphant arrrval 1n the ra1n Mornmg after the three weeks before Why IS Brlan so happy as 1f we dldn t know Ed Holley leaves for the Navy Ph1l gallantly pursues wrld eyed cat through the dmmg room 1nto the k1tchen Same old stuff books classes masters and schedule Farmhouse across from the School hears gales of laughter at 11 15 commg from the ponds 1n the back field F1rst skatmg on the m1ll pond Hlgh slldes 1nto the water on h1s stomach Hey boy come out of there you re no seal F1rst game of the 1nd1v1dual teams Hold that lme Don Walker and Gordon West slug 1t out rn the gym Flrst a1d d1s pensed to all The Blue and Whrte cagers barely top St Paul 35 34 Skatlng strll good Hl27ll , . .1os' ' . ,' , .us ' ' 'g f . .Mgt g . .-a. .13- . W ' ' . .14- ' ' ' " I .15-1 1 '. " .16- '. J.ml,yi- ' - J.5- ..,' A' . . . -l-6' .1 . -I '- J.7- A , , ,' . ,l.84 t n : J . . . . .'.,. . 3 .1OeW' ' ,' l.ll- ' ' .' "- BLUE POINT Z W HIZSH I II'f7!I.l7IClIfS of f , X N, XJ, nscrnlc nn BN mu. STONY B COR SHBDS D 'I' B1-IYLES 8: SON rom' Jsnnsou sroln Et 1845 sro Y aloe s STONY BROOK, L l LUMBER ,a CUSTOM MILLWORK Y COAL PAINTS HARDWARE MASON NEEDS 3U HD 8I'1 E111 HH 311 311 3.11 HH 2111 'ln an an an J an Feb Feb New dessert goes over b1g Smells l1ke a glue factory but N1c 1s fa1thful to Chef and eats s1x S B S tops Poly IH another close game 97 26 Let s get golng fellows th1s IS hard on the f1ngerna1ls Semor class loses a swell fellow from 1ts ranks as Ken Whltmlfe one of the founders of the Class leaves for the Navy Most of the 1nst1tut1on s 1nmates gr1nd 1n the1r homes or go skatmg on the m1ll pond Dave threatens drastlc results to avenge h1s forced shower We get sweet revenge for football by tak1ng Sm1thtown over the ropes 46 33 Butter three days 1n a row now Take It easy Ma we re not used to so much all at once Blble FIVE and SIX are happ1ly assured of a stlff m1dyears Mlller has a very unfortunate acc1dent IH the n1ght and finds p1llow an 1nch deep on the floor Northport IS rocked back on 1ts heels by a 'PQ 41 defeat Exams loom and new boys are st1ll happy Ignorance IS bl1ss they say About th1rty guys s1ck as ep1dem1c of flu h1ts school Lonvement just before tests No? Harry Ra1ney dec1des to st1ck out the full three hours of a test for a change Blble test wow' Y l Exams contmue Asp1r1n sales at Zlmmy s r1se to an all tlme hlgh Semors depart for the free weekend Davls left Wednesday Last exams and freedom IS granted to the underclasses More brats overrun the school after m1d year weekend Enghsh ass1gnment to memorlze Kubla Khan Navy, here we come. Cold wave of 80, we'll freeze to death yet Charlle DHVIS st1ll home on weekend. ll129ll O I 1 tttstt" - ' tt'tr'tf1 1 tr r - J . 13a H ' , ' 1 ,l.l4!.'... ' n' t,-v. ' ', 5 J . . I . . . , .SI . 164- . Q o Q , 1 , 1 o 1 l . Ql . 171 ' ' ' . Ql . 181 y ' ' J . 19- ' ' . ' , , ' -4-lv . iiY a n 1 . . u v I J u my .Q , . . , J . 22a ' ' ' -. O . jan. 23M . ' . g ' ' , . :ann 241' . , . . . I 1 . Jr . 25 'D ' ' ' ' , -I ' i l u I , u a . I . u , Q - n n . J . 27 ' A . ' . J . 284-e - ' A . Cw0I7lf7fl77ll'7II'f of X FRIEND 1 A 'T . JL CET WH SON A1 HLLFI IL lQl 11M14N1 STAFFORDS 1soyAcKsoN s1RF1f1 HPMPSTFAD 1 1 Dleges 86 Clust Robert Weeks 86 Son 'N ll 'N ll XORR 'X 1 Good Przntzng 0 cial lerwlerf or the QI xss OI 19-14 Ulm U N Fe Fe Fe Fe Fe Fe Fe Fe Fe Fe Feb Fe Feb Fe Feb We recelvcd a letter from Ed Holly descrlblng routme at Sampson Slgns 1t love We are defeated for the f1rst t1me by Port Jeff 38 28 Dave Armour has turned 1nto the General of Armour s Horse Mar1nes overnlght He glves h1s orders from the steps of Hegeman cheered on by flfteen Ha s Charlle Rernbrecht trres some acrobatlcs vvlth h1s chalr 1n Physlcs class Manages to land unhurt on h1s head In Xanadu drd Kubla Khan a stately pleasure dome pleasure dome dome Warren Byerly has completely rccuperated from h1s attack of pneu mon1a Glad to hear your cheery VOICE agam Warrcn War movles shown ln War Bond rally that IS held 1n our gymnaslum A brtter defeat at the hands of St Dom1n1c s 23 17 Snows all day Un1t free boys Flounder 1n the snow at the golf course Dr Gaebeleln whlps h1s s11d1ng vehlcle 1nto h1s garage Wlth ease Close but no clgarl Sunday mght cr1me t1me Ph1l t1es h1mself 1nto hrs room as the llghts go out 1n Hegeman Honorable penaltres 1n v1ew as cans go down the sta1rs Wholesale refractlon of the no nowbalhng rule Stew G1ll1S makes fmd lN1cD under bed and shakes hands wrth all the boys All hands are cold Blrth of a better Honor System Certam fellow squlrm due to heat no doubt Class ballots drawn up We never reahzed the abundance of talent rn the class Br1an works d1l1gent1y on the Year Book Student body shocked at the d1sappearance of three quarts of peanut 1113111 ' f ' ' C .T ' I " AT 17 your S'l'lClC'I' yrs ' ' 3 ' X if 7 . " f A ' H f 1 PAT 'H I TC. lr. 1., Y. 1 b. 4a ' f A ,Q ' a . Feb. 5eGood ol' Mill Miller is one of the boys now. b. 6a ' . ' ' bl 727i 1 1 . 9 . s n In 4 n - - X b. 8-" 1 ' V, Q I t A -A b. Qf I ' ' .' - b.1Oee ' A ' f ' 1' F' ' . b. 111 ' . ' ' ' , e . . b-12' , . -- 5 . 1-4ni I-kd. 1 at -S - . ,, . 1 - b. 15e ' . ' . ' S ' a . 16-'I ' . ' b.17- ' ' " . . 18- ' The All Round Ex ery Week CHRISTIAN J ouRNAL The busy Sunday School teacher 11 ho uses lhc Sund ty School l1111eQ knows 1t y eu e neu leQQo11 Qlllk y 1Ll'1l LLIXCICQ io 1 ll IL Q 11t111e11tQ f1o111 xy h1cl1 to choose lll L 1 QQ ll 1 lk llll, LQQo11 woQ1t1o11 l IOIISIK L orc 111 ough 111 1tL111 L11 e p en 1 teserxe I nel 111 3, tl L Every earnest Chrrstran worker uho LQ the ILS Q 1 1 rind the 111Quer to 111 llll 1 puzz ing p1ohlC111 111 1tQ Notes on Open letters Q QUCCII Q llll lllll unsung, pl11QeQ of we Q ti 1 1 truth The alert Chrrstran men and women x 11 ll to keep up with Itllglf 11u1Q o IL no l LII once 1 lllflllll 1 o Q ll Q 1 of news 111 l11Q llorld Sunny of Religious L Q lllll 1 Q 1 lon ue hunticts of hoo Q LI dit Q Q d1lle1e11tle111gu1geQ Chrrstran people everywhere, lll All 11 allts of hfe who read the T1mes know that in addition to these many regular features there are special ser1es f artrcles throwing light on B1ble prophecy doctrme great Chrlstian conflicts and other subjects vital to Chr1st1an think ing today Vlhy dont you giye this eighty fiye year old Qhrrstlan journal a good QX months trial starting right now? Introductory O fr 24 Vi eeks for 4711 00 GOCHJ FOCJD my W 0 FOR 99 I PLEASED GIJESTS JOHN SEXTON 81 CO CHICAGO BROOKLYN DALLAS ATLANTA PITTSBURGH Stylzsts rzntzfzg MoN1Q1A1R PRINIINC Co The Sunday School Tlmes VOMLLMR N l ll 132 ll 7 W, .W f 4 1 49 f , 1 I 1 . r i , L Z-' 1' V 1. 1' ' '. l th: e' we la ' . lj y .QQ 11111 Pi. will he l'l' ' ' l right to 5 l1is l 111e. .Mil the the" are ten . - l lepz ' D 1 '. ' - . ' C2l'l l.1l 1, will the le: l Y lx: Q exp i my' ll. ,X. l ' l '. Nl 'r l - l-- the Cll z "'zl to 1' " l' ti' , of no ' ' i teachinf IC 'lz1ss. I I rea l. 1 Tin know: that ill it l1e -i X vill ' 1 . " ' z I' z 'li -' - and it. tl 'zl article. deal' g " l i11t"'. ' T 1. 2 Bill' :tulj :nl . . y who read the YllllllCS ltnow that this isz111ez1s,' 'z Y' " " "' ' 111s y - f tl 1 1' rlt. Jllio 2 z l I " "W """" l'll'llCSl Cor l'll 1111 fa 'thc l1llllSL1lll l its ' 1.1ff 21111 'ri gi 1. '11, L10 1111.-, Nl -. flora reads so1 ' l " l.' ly: ' and pvio "ul: i11 Ll year, i11 .'CYCl'lll X . . Z .Cl 1 l V . D. l Y 172 . . . i. i 0 1 . - u n ir, l I , u 4 u n , n Y - , 1 . . ' Ki ' , . .' . ,fy W , 1 . I , 1 E I . N A 'P 1 N 7 A 'I 5 . K 'Uv North l3th Street Philadelphia 5, Pa. BANK OF SUFFOLK COUNTY SIONX BROOR N X Your Amount ls Solzczted X XIBIR JI ill SXFI DIPOM1 BOXES ROGERS PRENTISS 8: SMITH INCORPOR VII D INSLRANQE SLRLIX BONDS 55 ohn Street New Xork Fe Fe Fe e Feb Fe Fe Fe Fe Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar butter and only four loaves of bread Sweet revenge Port 21 S B S 38 Hegeman boys shocked at horde of fem1n1ne mtruders on top floor F1erce debates follow Sunday mght chapel d1scuss1on Mysterlous d1nosaur tracks found 1n the mud of the tennls courts Washmgton 5 Bmhday and who sw1tched the flags IH the chape W1ld l1fe mov1es shown ln the gym Brlght yellow axle grease every foolsone for the th1rd t1me By the way they call It butter Dlck Holland pays us a V1Slt F1rst str1ng basketball plctures taken School departs for free weekend after b1g mspectlon by Dr Gaebelem Bob ,Iouard VlS1tS campus before go1ng 1nto V 12 Ed Holley 1n Navy blues drops 1n ton1ght to spend two days of a twenty one day leave w1th us Kramer takes a nose dlve 1ntoh1s tray of mashed potatoes Ed leads us to s1n Marme Frenchy Parment1er arrlves on the heels of the depart1ng Gob Spends a rowdy n1ght IH Caleb s room Another ple snatchmg contest IH the kltchen Re1nbrecht defeats Mr Smlth Poly Prep tr1umphs over Blue FIVE to the tune of 32 27 Empty pews 1n chapel 1nd1cate many weekend passes for the semors Shorty and M111 go South for a few weeks eve stra1n no doubt Not film or sulphur but a new odor greets the nostr1ls of the Hege manltes S A V A R I N OD V1ctory over Seton Hall 26 28 Brxlhant grape 1ce cream adds color to the dlnxng room also to our tongues II133ll L 'Y 7, 5 fn .II'1. 'l 1 . , Y FEI il .P . RICSICRYIC SYSTICXI I 1 4' 4' 4 1' and l"l'lDI"RllI. I7I'll'USI'l' INSIIRXNCIC CORI'fJR.l"ION 9 N T - 1 - Y ff 1 7 . J - - - f LEW SMITH, '32, Secretary and Treasurer Phone B.-Xrclay 7-7400 b. 19- . - . . . . b. 20- ' ' ' ' . b. 21- . F b. 22- ' - l? . 23- ' ' ' . a , - 1 n 0 1 n b. 24- . ' . b. 25- . ' . b. 28- - . b. 29- , , . . , . 4- ' ' 2- . . 5- . . 6---A , ' - . 7- ' - . - T 1 Drmk Oak Tree Farm Dairy Mllk 8: Cream ROYAI EXTERMINATORS QI I 111110111111 A111111 11171 Infrgx loozf f f Eat J! 42 X ICE CREAM. NN all ways BRI X I R ILI LRI ANI LOIXII XNX INL I g x I I C0 111 p!1'mf11t,v of Seeurlty Adjustment C orpormon S111111lx IJIKZXZIW 16 Court Shut Iimoklwrl Nuv I :nk Corfzplzmfnfs 0 Il l rzfmf f077lfJ!Il7IZ7IfI of P A BENSON II134II H . . , . J 2 A Y v ' ' I 1 7 V ,1 W' - A -- I - f if , x Y . . I f ' w f , . f 5 . L'o111pII1111-Ins of v ' N I IICOI'POI'21ll'd ISU XYICS'l' XIXIN S'I'RI'1I'I'I' Ii.-XY SIIUI f, I,. I. 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Exlafr 111 1 umm 1' ll e S0llClt IIOKCCI and Apprematc X our BUSIHCSS Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar Mar '74 John Parsons returns to campus after operat1on Glad to see you back John Mr Bell 1nqu1res as to the nature of hrgh flyrng bed atop Hegeman roof Chuck wlll also hax e some 1nqu1r1es to make me thmks Our captaln slnks the w1nn1ng basket 1n last 30 seconds to top St DOIHIHIL s 26 28 EX measleltes Dave Armour and Sommervllle return to S B S routlne New master moves 1nto Hegeman Impressed by our mo1st cl1mate and by our many outdoor sw1mm1ng pools Steve and Brran stagger through Evenmg Study wlth Eau de Hydro gen Sulfide filled room It s war' ' Army and Navy tests th1s mornrng Dr1nks lH OD on the house Physlcs and Chemlstry program Dlck Hunger and Andy end program w1th a pfft Dave Porter goes home to Salem to have h1s appendlx removed A rather unexcltlng Saturday A few boys work out on the d1amond M111 and H111 return Rald on gvm by 1nv1s1ble men pmk belly follows What IS so rare as a snow storm rn sprmg? Cowan and Edgle enterta1n us durlng the meal by thelr plate Juggllng Crash' Crash' Mr We1r buys h1s th1rty fourth rallroad tlcket Don t get around much any more' l tlt says here D Senlors of fine character good record and hlgh standlng go home just guess when I went home fellers' The rest of the Senlor class leaves Scotty and Mr WlHtCfS get help Lower school drsbands for sprmg vacat1on .25 to Apr 3 Sprzng Vacatzon ll135ll ' ', W . . . . 1 ' . . I,m,,p,,,u,t.d . ' 1 I . 91 ' . ' 10C ' , ' . ' . . . .l ' ' . Mar. 11-Basketball. season ends with its fastest' and most spectacular game. .124g,Vi' 1, . 137 ' ' D .. ' ' I 144 . , . ' . - . 15- ' ' ' ' . ' S . .164 . ' H H ' . ' . 17- ' ' ' . . 18a ' ' . ' . ' 19W . . . . v . . . y . I 21 u . . . - . ' . .' g -M' , .22a ' 'Q C M 1 , " ' . .23g U ' 'u . ' W . ' . Swezey Coal 86 Feed Co. Fur! Uffx IJi1ICIlUgl1l'. I,. I. Port -lcfIcrswr1. I.. 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Compliments 0 Compliments 0 Dexter-Carpenter Coal Co A FRIEND Z 2 B ROADWAY New I ork fomplzmnzts of M H ROBINSON A 1 R11 ND Regzstered Optometrzvt 10 South Ocean Avenue la chogue I I lX X Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Apr Back agarn Charhe Dav1s farls to return but th1s t1me for good Marmes here comes our best burld man so watch out Galeb and W1lson go out to clean off the meh deep layer of apple blos soms from the baseball dlamond I m afra1d We don t appreclate the weatherman s humor Hegeman and Johnston have a great duel at 9 30 Graves stopped 1n h1s tracks by a well armed slush ball Where was Genther? F1rst day of baseball About 30 prom1s1ng and eager guys show up Boy are my pants go1ng to be shmy' What a madhouse Saturday evemng turns out to be wxth dust pans water alarm clocks rugs brats and more brats J un1ors trounce Semors 8 1 rn a bloody contest Of course that was because our best players were absent D1CklG Hunger seen chewmg on lemon When have we seen a sour puss before was rt 1n h1story class or maybe Saturday mght? Erght alarm clocks unearthed 1n varlous parts of the drmng room all set for 1 10 Johnston owners drsmayed at the1r confiscat1on West s eyes turn out to be b1gger than h1s stomach so he shares borrowed p1e Wltll varrous Sen1ors Penalty four un1ts ap1ece but how d1d they overlook Anderson s cut of the unlts Who were the other guys that poured the water 1nto the study hall? Frrst baseball game of the season S B S 4 Patchogue 3 Another ra1ny Saturday Most guys go to the movles but your gr1nd reporter spends an excrtmg evemng rn Saturday evenmg Noth1ng specral to report Some of the Res Gestae staff work Well 1nto the n1ght and keep Mr Rosenberger up T sk tsk Steve Brran and Charlle go 1nto the bxg Clty to get the themes taken Al Musson dashes to and fro 1n Hegeman to take about 25 class ballot and 1nd1v1dual Res Gestae staff shots ll137ll Incorporated I ' , 5- ' 'l'elt-plumel'arclmguc1005 4' 4' . 'K ' r , ,. ., I. '. ' 66 ' Y, 9 7 ' . 57 ' ' - . , . , . 3 . 6- : . ' . 7g ' . " . , u . I . 8- , , 7 3 ' . Q! ' ' - ' . . 10A ' ' ' . c , u , a , n I. . ll- - . 12- 1 ' ' ' 1- 1 v . , . . 13' ' . . 14- . . . . e . . 15A . , . 16- ' ' . ' c 1. 1 l . l , . . 174 1 . 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