Stony Brook School - Res Gestae Yearbook (Stony Brook, NY)
- Class of 1957
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Text from Pages 1 - 168 of the 1957 volume:
The thirty-fifth graduating class of
the Stony Brook School, Long Island
is proud to portray
A DAY TO BE REMEMBERED
in this volume of Res Gestae
CDFFICE OF THE HEADMASTER
DAILY GRIND PAGE
ACTIVITIES PAGE 95
ATHLETICS PAGE 68
DEDICATION PAGE 6
UNDERCLASSMEN PAGE 53
FACULTY PAGE 16
SENIORS PAGE 29
STONY BROOK SCHOOL
We, the Class of 1957
are proud to be the thirty fifth graduating class of the Stony
Brook School Stony Brook is a name which will remain with us for
long tlme We will reme ber the beauty of our campus, and will be
grateful for the things which we have learned in our classes, pre
paring for our years in college
To us, though, the thing of most value is not the knowledge we
have in valious subJects, but rather the things which we have gained
that are of eternal value we appreciate the strengthening we have
received in spiritual matters, the Bible courses, the chapel services
and the everyday experiences which were centered around God To sone
of us, the largest gain since we have come here has been eternal life
going into His service, however, wherever we go, we have the blessing
of Psalms 121 8, that Chrlst goes with us nThe Lord shall preserve
thy golng out and thy COWlDg in from this time forth, and even for
Th1S yearbook is dedlcated both to these things and to the one
here at Stony Brook who has greatly helped us in strengthening our
faith, to the one who has gone out of his way at nany ti es during the
year to do so ething for our class and for our school
We, the Class of 1057, dedicate the 1957 Res Gestae to
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Stony Brook he has been an understanding friend
We admire his firm good natured leadership as
coach faculty advisor to the student organization
of the parties he has helped provide
We thank you Mr Marshall for your example
in sincere Christian living
and master. Those who live in his dormitory think
In Aprll of 'I956 the school lost the services of Mnss
Betty Snyder After putting up a valiant fught for her
Ilfe she was called to be with the Lord Muss Snyders
Chrlstlan testimony was the outstandung attribute of her
lnfe In her years as secretary to Dr Gaebeleln she was
always wlllung to gnve help to anyone who mnght need
ut and she went out of her way to please others Those
who were prlvlleged to know her saw her face death
with the assurance and peace that only a Chrustlan can
have We wlll always remember her faith and love toward
the Lord as we thunk of her words He has sand He
would be wuth me I felt again has wonderful arms about
me and I recalled Hrs promlse that nothmg could separate
me from Hls love And then I knew there was nothing to
The purpose of our yearbook us fo show Tha? Which ls Accomplished durmg a fyplcal
day of our school That Whrch ls Accomplished the meaning of the mle of our yearbook
wlll become evident as the reader progresses with the edltors through the Day fo be
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FRANK E. GAEBELEIN, Litt. D.
New York University, A.B.
Harvard University, A.M.
Wheaton College, Litt. D. lHon.J
Reformed Episcopal Theological Seminary, D.D. lHon.D
Headmaster of the school since its founding, Dr.
Gaebelein knows each student personally in spite of
his busy schedule. He is regarded as one of the
leading educators and Bible expositors in the country.
As o result, he is frequently invited to speak in some
of the nation's leading churches and college chapels.
ln addition to his duties he finds time to write not
only books, but also many articles for current maga-
zines. Dr. Gaebelein's spare time is devoted to music
and mountain climbing.
Princeton University, A.B., 1913
After his many years at Stony Brook, P. C. is almost
a legend. He is the head of the English Department
and is acknowledged as an outstanding teacher. He
is the senior master of the school, a member of the
board of directors, and the lay leader of the school
church. Every boy who has left here remembers him
as a fine Christian gentleman and a wonderful friend
who is always ready to help.
Oxford University, B.A., 1941
Oxford University, M.A., 1955
Coming to Stony Brook from England, where he
commanded a British submarine during the last war,
Mr. Akeroyd is an excellent'French teacher. He intro-
duced soccer to the boys participating in class
athletics this past fall, and it became quite popular.
He has also developed the Rifle Club into an active
organization. Mr, and Mrs. Akeroyd and their two
children live in a campus home on Cedar St.
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Franklin and Marshall College, B.S., 1946
Mr. Barton, coming to us from Pittsburgh, has been
teaching at Stony Brook for five years. A busy man,
he teaches biology and general science, advises the
Audio Visual Club, and coaches freshman football.
He takes an active interest in the student welfare by
taking charge of such things as the school-wide
parties, the dormitory decorating contest, and the
Saturday night entertainments. He also preaches in
many of the churches on long Island.
Houghton College, B.A., 1952
A classics maior from Houghton College,
Mr. Merz came to Stony Brook last year
to teach Latin and music appreciation. He
and his wife live in Johnston Hall, where
he is one of the resident masters. Mr.
Merz often plays the piano for the Sunday
evening chapel services and the Christian
Activities Club deputations. In addition to
his teaching duties, he is advisor to the
University of Washington, B.S., 1948
Dallas Theological Seminary, Th.M., 1953
Coming from the far off state of Washington,
Mr. Ward has been teaching at Stony Brook
for four years. His courses include plane geom-
etry, iunior Bible, and mechanical drawing.
His other duties include advising the Christian
Activities Club and supervising winter class
athletics. One of the resident masters of
Johnston Hall, Mr. Ward lives on the first floor
with his wife and infant son.
Brown University, A.B., 1943
University of Pennsylvania, M.S., 1948
Two years ago, Mr. Marshall came to us from
another prominent private school. Since then
he has become very popular with the student
body. He was elected as faculty advisor to
the Student Organization. Serving as football
coach, he works especially with the linemen.
As a master in Hegeman Hall, he resides
there with his wife and family.
JOHN WARREN HERSHEY
Franklin and Marshall College, A.B,, 1936
Duke University, M.A., 1941
One of the two members of the faculty who gradu-
ated from Stony Brook, Mr. Hershey is a member of
the English department of the school. He handles the
discipline of the students, gives ofl-campus permissions,
and arranges the table seating in the dining room.
ln addition to these duties he also coaches the shot
put and discus for the track team. He also has been
the director of many fine plays for the dramatics
Stevens Institute of Technology, M.E., 1910
Columbia University CTeachers Collegeb,
Mr. Whyte has been teaching at Stony
Brook for three years. He teaches algebra
and supervises the physics ond chemistry
laboratory classes. Mr. Whyte is always
ready and willing to help out the organi-
zations in the school by providing trans.
portation to such things as deputations
and tract distributions. Mr, Whyte lives
with some of the older boys in Shadyside
Licencie en Droit, University of Lyons fFranceJ
Originally coming to Stony Brook as a substitute
teacher when Mr. Akeroyd was ill, Mr. Roederer did
such a good iob he was asked to stay on as a
regular teacher. He is teaching economics and Span-
ish. He also teaches a French class for the people
of the surrounding community. Mr. Roederer worked
in the United Nations before coming to Stony Brook.
Director of Athletics
Davidson College, A.B., 1936
Duke University, M.A., 1941
Springfield College, B.S., 1950
Dallas Theological Seminary, Th.M., 1951
Now in his third year at Stony Brook, Mr. Ligget
teaches Bible and current events. He has a busy
schedule which includes coaching i.v. football, wrest-
ling, and i.v. baseball. He acts as advisor to the
Auto Mechanics Club. Mr. Ligget lives with his wife
and family in Hopkins Hall.
A graduate of Stony Brook in the class of '31, Mr.
Johnson returned to his alma mater as a master.
Besides teaching senior math, geometry, and algebra,
he also is Director of Athletics. His duties include
coaching the varsity football and baseball teams.
Mr. Johnson lives with his wife and family in their
home on the campus.
MARVIN W GOLDBERG
Director of Studoes
Houghton College AB 1936
Harvard Unnversnty Ed.M 1943
As advusor to the Sensor Class and the 1957 Res
Gestae Mr Goldberg has been depended on heavnly
for guidance an preparing the book for publlcatlon
He as the Director of Studues and helps the sensors
nn their college admrsslons a great deal When Mr
Goldberg IS not ln hls classroom or office usually
he can be found at the track worlung wlth the mem
Houghton College AB 1947
Umverslty of Rochester MA 1955
In the years that Mr Fenton has been at Stony Brook
he has come to be respected by hrs opposnng coaches
because ot the line teams he has produced Although
the maternal has not always been the best has teams
have always fought hard He has had a heavy
schedule as a coach and a first rate mathematics
teacher and he as In charge of the work program
bers of the track team
Shnppensburg State Teachers College B S 1934
Umversuty of Pennsylvanua MS 1940
The Sensor Class wlll long remember Mr Rosen
berger's United States Hsstory class Thus friendly
teacher always brought un the humorous sudo of
hlstory as well as the more senous aspects of the
sublect As a result, thus class held our Interest
throughout the year Much of Mr Rosenberger's
spare tvme IS taken up with preparatlon of has thesis
for hrs doctorate In addutnon to two hnstory classes,
he taught nature study and freshman Buble
Downing College, B.A.
ln his first year at Stony Brook after studying at
Cambridge University in England, Mr. King is a
member ol our English department. He helped Mr.
Alseroyd organize soccer in the fall, instructing the
boys in some ol the fundamentals. Mr, King has an
apartment in Johnston Hall where he is one of the
Nebraslza Wesleyan University, B.A., 1950
Colgate Rochester Divinity School, B.D., 1953
ln addition to his duties as pastor of the Baptist
Church of Port Jefferson, Mr. Evans last year tool:
over the King's Men and the Glee Club. He has
arranged for concerts and visits by musical ensembles
to various churches throughout the island. We will
long remember the Christmas program he directed
for the school. He also takes charge of the Thursday
chapel at which time he leads the student body in
a song service.
Houghton College, A.B., l94O
University of Pennsylvania, M.A., l94l
Mr. Bisgrove, who has been with us for five years,
is our instructor in remedial reading and also teaches
a Latin class, Being one ot the masters in Hopkins
Hall, he is very popular with the younger fellows
and is o great help in getting them adapted to lile
at Stony Brook. Another reason for his popularity
is his television set which can usually be found with
a group oi boys gathered around it.
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The late Mrs .louard started the year as
dietitian. She did an excellent job in her work
and was well liked by those who associated
The school was saddened at the news of her
automobile accident. We thank God for the
knowledge that she knew the Lord and trusted
Mrs Hopluns Hopkins Hall Housemoiher
Mrss Brush The School Nurse
Mrs Eckert Mrs Larsen
Mrs Selledu Mrs Barnet!
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A mighty fortress is our God
A bulwark never failing
Our helper He amid the flood
Of mortal ills prevailing
For still our ancient foe
Doth seek to work us woe
His craft and power are great
And armed with cruel hate
On earth is not his equal
Did we in our own strength confide
Were not the right Man on our side
The Man of God s own choosmg
Dost ask who that may be?
Christ Jesus it is He
Lord Sabaoth His name
From age to age the same
And He must win the battle
And though this world with devils filled
Should threaten to undo us
We will not fear for God hath willed
His truth to triumph through us
The prmce of darkness grim
We tremble not for him
His rage we can endure
For lo! his doom is sure
One little word shall fell him.
That word above all earthly powers-
No thanks to them - abideth-
The Spirit and the gifts are ours
Through Him who with us sideth.
Let goods and kindred go
This mortal life also-
The body they may kill:
God s truth abideth still
His Kingdom is forever.
Seek ye the Lord while he may be
Call ye upon him while he is near.
Our striving would be losing,
The one minute bell rnngs A few
sprnnters dash to breakfast squeez
mg by with a narrow margin
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suonally sendlng a student to arouse
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JON BRETT ALVERZO
Appearance Before of haur advertusement
Duslukes Interference durung phone calls
Pastume Avoudung penoltues
Favorute Expressuon Shut up French'
In hus flfth year at Stony Brook Brett has partucupated
un the athletuc program and the extra currucular
actuvutues of the school He us a member of the
Chrustuan Actuvutues Club and the Auduo Vusual Club
He us especually unterested un coun collectung Brett
us a member of the cross country wrestlung and
LLOYD RICHARD BAGGETT
Duslukes Car rule
Pastume Breakung rules
Favorute Expressuon Shucks
Duck a four year man at Stony Brook comes to us
from Bruarcluff Manor un Westchester Hus mcuun unterest
asude from hus school work us automobules and he
hopes to be an automotuve enguneer after college
For thus reason he us an actuve member of the Auto
Mechanucs Club In the sprung he can be found
runnung on the track team
CHARLES ROBERT BAUGH
Appearance Ground Squurrel
Drslukes Preposterous Remarks About Kentucky
Pastume Spreadung the gospel of the South
Ambutuon Aur Condutuonung Executuve
Favorute Expressuon "The South Shall Ruse
Bob, un hus thurd year at Stony Brook, us well known
for hus unterest un the state of Kentucky He us always
tryung to uphold, as best he can, the untegruty of
theur athletuc teams He has been actuve here un the
school sports program, partucupatung un wrestlung and
playung center fielder on the baseball team Among
Bob's extra currucular actuvutues are the Chrustuan
Actuvutues Club, the Rufle Club, and the Coun Club
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WAYNE ALBERT BELYEA
Appearance. Elvis Presley
Likes: His Guitar
Pastime: Playing Basketball
Favorite Expression: "Don't be so numb!"
Wayne came to Stony Brook several years ago from
the state of Maine. He immediately made a hit in
the school with his singing at various school stunt
nights and at class parties. He played football,
lettered in wrestling, and pitched on the baseball
team. Wayne is also an excellent student, maintain-
ing a consistent Honor Roll average. His pleasant
personality and good marks should carry him a long
way in the collegiate world.
KENNETH MOORE BIATHRQW
Dislikes: Sloppy Work Jobs
Pastime: Going Home
Favorite Expression: "Stop Complaining."
Ken has been a member of the class since his sopho-
more year. Among his interests are the Audio Visual
Club and the Golf Club. The captain of the Hegeman
Hall work crew, he is found there every morning
exercising his dictatorial powers over the poor un-
fortunates in his gang. He is also a good golfer and
has been a- member of the golf team for three years.
GARDINER SMITH BOONE
Dislikes: Flat tires
Pastime: Working on Fords
Favorite Expression: "Wanna drag?"
"Buzz," one of the most humorous fellows in the
class, has been with us as a day student for three
years. The man from Smithtown has been active in
the athletic program of the school, participating in
football, basketball, and baseball. As an active
member of the Auto Mechanics Club, there isn't
much this boy doesn't know about an automobile.
He hopes to be an engineer after he completes his
RAYMOND EDWARD CASE
Appearance: Night Watchman
Dislikes: Long Island
Pastime: Daydreaming about Vermont
Favorite Expression: "That's the way the cookie
A native of Smithtown in his third year at Stony
Brook, Ed is a very popular day student. His interests
in the school athletic program lie in cross country,
wreslting, and track. Also very active in extra cur-
ricular activities, he is a great help in the Res Gestae
WILLIAM ROSS CARROLL
Appearance Wet cat
Dislikes New York
Pastime Dreaming of home
Favorite Expression Pardon my colloquialism
one of the schools staunchest supporters of the
once smoky city of Pittsburgh cannot stand to have
anything said against his home town He can be
found in any bull session or in any other place where
a great deal of noise is originating Bill donates his
services to the King s Men and as a staff member of
the Res Gestae An ardent soccer fan Bill played an
the newly organized sport this fall He is also a
member of the tennis team
RICHARD KOUNAI CHANG
Appearance Math Teacher
Likes Sleeping on Sunday
Dislikes Bible Outlines
Pastime Writing Home n
Ambition Mechanical Engineer ' H
Favorite Expression Did you solve that math
Duck came to Stony Brook in the middle of his lumor
year from Brazil and was soon a regular member
of the Honor Roll This year he was one of the mana
gers of the football team Dick can be found on
Saturday afternoons and evenings waxing the floors
of the various buildings If you cant find him wax
mg you re bound to catch him typing
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DAVID FULLER COOK
Appearance Teddy Bear
Likes Stony Brook School
Dislikes The rising bell
Pastime Cutting hair
Ambition President of A T 8K T
Favorite Expression Living in Montclair
The only new member of this year s graduating class
Dave was quick to puck up the routine and become
well liked He serves his class as a member of the
Executive Committee and is also one of the schools
two excellent barbers Dave was a letterman on this
years football team and is active in the Christian
ALEXANDER MacLAREN CUTH BERT
Appearance Junior Executive
Likes Letters from Pennsylvania
Dislikes Emphatic roommate
Pastime Heated theological discussions
Favorite Expression I don t want to be
One of the spiritual leaders of the class Alex has
been in the school for six years Active in the Lord s
work he belongs to the Christian Activities Club and
the Kings Men He was also chosen as a member
of the Advisory Committee Alex is a real fighter
and has mode important contributions to the football
team and the wrestling squad
IAN HALLOCK DAVIDSON
Appearance Overgrown Midget
Likes Pittsburgh Pirates
Dislikes. Yearbook Deadlines
Pastime: Arguing About Baseball with Jelley
Favorite Expression: "Jiminy Crickets, Lah-cette!"
Another one of the six year men at Stony Brook,
Ian has seen the school steadiy grow. He is a mem-
ber of the football, basketball, and baseball teams,
basketball being his favorite. Ian is a key member
of the Res Gestae Stott. Also he devotes much of
his time to the Christian Activities Club.
DAVID BAKER DILLON
Appearance Snow Whute
Lukes Peace and Quuet
Duslukes Mussung the Extra Day of Vacatuon
Pastume Workung on the Yearbook
Favorute Expressuon We ve got to meet thus
From the Buckeye State of Ohuo thus faur haured
young man came to Stony Brook to begun hus sopho
more year and quuckly establushed a place for hum
self on the Hugh Honor Roll Dave was selected by
hus classmates as co edutor of the 1957 Res Gestae
Although he ns a braun Dave us very popular and
can be found un the mudst of every water fight bull
sessuon etc on the thurd floor of Hegeman
RICHARD NATHANIEL ELLIS
Duslukes Strong s notebook
Pastume Druvung boarders around
Favorute Expressuon Do you need a date for
One of the few members of the senuor class who
has been here for sux years Duck us a day student
from nearby Setauket An Honor Roll student he
us also a member of the Rufle Club and the Photog
raphy Club Duck us a member of the wrestlung and
baseball squads After Duck completes hus schoolung
he hopes to become a munuster
PETER DALE ESSER
Appearance Mad Scuentust
Pastume Yearbook photography work
Favorute Expressuon Well roommate?
Doc has been a student at Stony Brook for sux
years four years as a day boy and flnushung up hus
last two years as a boardung student Pete has been
actuve un many clubs uncludung the Chrustuan Actuvutues
Club edutor of the Blue and Whute the Auduo Vusual
Club and photography edutor of the Res Gestae
CHARLES BUTTRICK FISC HER
Appearance Sample Sumon
Likes Mr Akeroyd s French Class
Drslrkes Nouse of Nextdoor Nelghbors
Pashme Beating up Kelly
Favorite Expression Cut at out Kelly'
Coming to Stony Brook from Margate Cnty New
Jersey sux years ago Charlie us one of the real
grandpas of the class He has always been very
generous wlth hrs abulltles ln radlo work and has
helped out on many class parties and the dorm
contests Charlle also belongs to the Rifle Club as
well as managnng many of the school s athlettc teams
Appearance F BI Agent
Favorite Expresston I m glad to hear that
Larry the son of a professor at Lmcoln Umverslty ln
Pennsylvama came to Stony Brook as a lumor Thus
qulet boy made a bug nmpressnon on us by bemg a
regular Honor Roll student He was an actlve mem
ber In the Chrlstlan Achvlttes Club and managed the
football team thus year When he finishes Stony
Brook he hopes to go on to college and posslbly
JOHN MURDOCH FRENCH
Drshkes Room Fanlures
Pastrme Servmg oft Room Failures
Ambition Engmeerung ,...-4'
Favorite Expressron Pittsburgh IS not a hole
Frenchue another student from Pittsburgh has been
at Stony Brook for three years now He was from
the start very popular throughout the school Elected
as secretary of the Semor Class thus year he was
also chosen as vlce president of the Chrnstnan Actlvl
tnes Club He as an excellent student doing especially
well nn mathemctucs and science and this at least
explalns has choice of engmeerlng as a career
CHARLES AUGUST FRICKE
L1kes Football Baseball Track
Drslrkes Rnslng Bell
Pastrme Tryung to be on trme for breakfast
Ambmon B S un forestry
Favorrte Express1on Dont know do you snr
Chuck has been at Stony Brook for flve years and
has been very actrve ln the school athletlc program
He was a good pass catchmg end on the football
team and was a hnghgumper on the track team
Chuck rs a real fighter always gnvnng has best no
matter what the outcome
THOMAS FRENCH GILL
Appearance John L Lewis
Llkes Playlng the vnolm
Drslrkes Washing the football uniforms
Pastlme Watching the horses
Ambrhon Saul around the world
F vonte Expresslon Less work for Mother
Tom another of the more humorous
members of the class wall long be
remembered for has magic shows
hls performances on stunt mght
and the great 'ob he dnd emceemg
the class partnes Hrs favorute sports
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Lrkes Vacatnons nn Mmnesoto
Drslrkes Mr Rosenbergers quups
Pashme Studylng Mr Rosenberger s qulps
Ambmon Presldent of General Motors
Favorrte Expression You re gonna get yours
nm came to Stony Brook at the beglnnmg of his
lunlor year from Huntington Long Island and :mme
dnately showed that he was not only an outstand
mg student excelllng ID scuence and mathematlcs
but also a good athlete He ran on the cross country
team wrestled durnng the wmter and pole vaulted
for the track team
are wrestlung and tennls He IS also
a member of the Chrustuan Actlvutnes
Club Tom has done very well ln
hrs schoolwork and hopes to attend
college and then go unto busmess
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Appearance Man with the golden smile
Likes Montclair football team
Dislikes Long Island weather
Pastime Polishing his gold teeth
Ambition Professional Christian service
Favorite Expression Hey roommate'
One of the two semors from Montclair New Jersey
Charlie can not let a crack about his home city go
by without a retaliation Charlie became a Christian
during his five years at Stony Brook and his work
for the Lord here includes bemg president of the
Christian Activities Club a member of the Advisory
Committee and Chaplain of the Student Organlza
tion As a member of the cross country and track
teams his tremendous spirit has often given his team
mates added inspiration
JOHN RICHARD HILT
Appearance Five o clock shadow
Pastime Getting m trouble
Favorrte Expression But Snr what did I do
John came to Stony Brook from Brooklyn six years
ago He has been a valuable man on the line of the
football team for two years and in addition he is
an able weightman on the track team He is a boy
who dearly loves to hack around and have a good
time often at the expense of an extra day of vaca
tion. But he doesnt let this interfere with his ac-
ademic work where he is a consistent Honor Roll
SANFORD MARSHALL JANOW
Appearance: Little giant
Likes: Being a playboy
Dislikes: To think hell be married
Pastime: Taking showers at 6:30 a.m.
Ambition: To work in his father's firm
Favorite Expression: "I've never seen such a
Sandy, who has been with us for six years, is well
liked by everyone in the school. Very active in the
school's program of extra curricular activities, he is
a member of the Art Class, the Dramatics Club, and
the Golf Club. He is also very fond of boating. After
his schooling is completed, Sandy hopes to work with
his father as a lawyer.
Likes: Resting his weary bones
Dislikes: French's early morning disturbances
Pastime: Arguing baseball with Davidson
Favorite Expression: "What's the history about?"
Bill, coming to us last year from another prep school,
is from Santa Barbara, California. Bill is very popu-
lar and hos been caught many times in various bed
wrestling matches, water fights, and bull sessions
many of which originated in his room. He is active
in the Christian Activities Club and the Audio Visual
Club. These past two springs he was manager of
the baseball team. After he completes his schooling,
Bill hopes to go into business.
WILLIAM HARVEY JENKINS
Likes Rock n Roll
Dislikes Roommate s classical music
Pastime Being Algernon Gluten
Ambition President of the Confederate States
Favorite Expression Take two they re small'
Now in his second year at Stony Brook Harvey who
hails from Tennessee is active in the student govern
ment being secretary of the Student Organization
and a member of the Executive Committee He also
helped out with the Res Gestae sang in the Kings
Men for two years and was active in the Christian
Activities Club Harvey was also a consistent Honor
PAUL GEORGE KATABIAN
Likes Jean s letters
Dislikes MacDonald s choice of music
Pastime Wrestling with Moore
Favorite Expression Nice going Fricke
Kat has been at Stony Brook for five years and is
very popular throughout the school That popularity
extends beyond the school to Knox where he IS a
favorite of the young ladies Paul was elected vice
president of the Senior Class and was also selected
as a member of the Advisory Committee One of the
brighter boys in the class he always maintains an
Honor Roll average and after college hopes to go
into the field of dentistry
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Appearance lrush Cop
Likes Fighting roommates
Pastime Weighing himself
Ambition Foreign service
Favorite Expression Let s have a balll
Turk a native resident of Long Island in h
fourth year at Stony Brook He has lettered for two
year as a lineman on the football team and is also
a member of the track team confining his efforts to
the shot put Terry is in the Fencing Club the Rifle
Club the Glee Club and is a member of the Christian
RONALD LEE LYCETTE
Appearance James Dean
Likes Reading about James Dean
Dislikes Davidson and Jelly arguing while
listens to music
Pastrme Listening to Elvis and Giant
Favorite Expression Well then there now
on Massachusetts contribution to our campus has
been here since the seventh grade Always on the
Honor Roll he was chosen by has classmates as co
editor of the Res Gestae Ronme was a rousing
guard on the tough Stony Brook line a wrestler and
a weight man on the track team
THOMAS GORDON MacDONALD
Appearance Mountain Goat
Dislikes Empty mail box
Pastrme Expounding upon Colorado
Favorite Expression: You re an idiot
Coming to us three years ago from the state of
Colorado Gordie has been an indispensable mem-
ber of our class. Very popular with the fairer sex
he has many times helped out a classmate when last
minute date problems arose. He was always a leader
in cross-country and was a leading sprinter on the
track team. After college Gordie wants to follow in
his fathers footsteps and become a minister.
WILLIAM CAREY MARCUCCI
Appearance Mackey Mouse
Lrkes Mtdnlght parties
Dlshkes Dnllon waknng up tn the mormng
Pastlme Hackmg around
Favortte Expression If I told you once I ve told
you a thousand tnmes
Comtng to Stony Brook from the Quaker Cnty of
Phnladelphta thus ltttle man has made a real bag
contnbutton to the class Acttve tn the Chnsttan Ac
tnvuttes Club he had a great deal to do wtth the
Sprung Conference He was also actnve on the foot
ball and wrestltng teams After he completes hts
schoolmg he hopes to become a lawyer
ALBERT HENRY MEYER
Appearance Gladstone Gander
Lrkes To work
Drsltkes Hurned customers at the store
Pastlme Deltvertng orders
Favortte Expression Watt your turn please!
Al s figure behtnd the wheel of the village grocers
delivery truck has been a famtllar sight these past
two years AI us also found each noon at has work
'ob In the bookstore He has had that 'ob for so
long that he IS practtcall an mstututton A talented
arttst he has been a member of the art class for
several years and has also been a member of the
WILLIAM EDWARD MOORE
Appearance Chtld prodigy
Likes More women
Drshkes Car rule
Pastrme Bull sessions
Ambrhon Adverttsmg Executnve
Favorite Expression 'To tell the truth
Wnllne a four year student from East Hampton
has been presldent of the Sensor Class for the past
two years and has reallly done a great 'ob He IS
very popular among the school as well as tn hts own
class He as another ardent attender of bull sesstons
getting from them Ideas for class functtons etc Let
tenng tn football he was the center on the teams
Appearance 19th century football player
Likes The music of Glenn Muller and Artie Shaw
Dislikes Other music
Pastime Unknown water fights
Ambition Merchant Navy Officer
Favorite Expression Great Caeser s Ghost'
Chris came to this school last year after spending
most of his life in Africa He quickly made a mark
for himself on the football team and has bag frame
will long be remembered charging through the line
Because of has great talent as a drummer many lam
sessions go on an his room
FREDERIC JOHN SCHROEDER
Likes To throw parties
Dislikes: Messy roommate
Pastime: Tracking down borrowed records
Favorite Expression: Nice play roommate!
Hailing from Long Island Fred is our authority on
boating. Room 25 is usually a center of activity musi-
cal and gastronomical as his classmates gather to
listen to his record collection and munch his food.
He is a member of the cross-country team. In the
spring his long legs carry him over the hurdles in
JAY IRA PRIGERSON
Likes Going home on weekends
Dislikes Coming back on Saturday night
Pastime Lifting weights
Ambrtion M D
Favorite Expression Close the door do you
live In the barn?
Coming to Stony Brook in the middle of his lumor
year Jay immediately found for himself a position
on the Honor Roll This fellow is more fortunate than
many of the other boarders because he is able to
go home almost every weekend Among Jays un
terests are the Auto Mechanics Club the Rifle Club
and the Golf Club He wrestles during the winter
and is an mfielder on the baseball team
RICHARD JOHN SPRAGUE
App arance Convlct
Dislikes 5 00 p m curfew at Knox
Favorite Expression Where are we golng this
Dic came to us last year and really surprlsed us all
with his feats on the cross country team But it was
nothing compared with what he did this year Cap
tam of our wmnmg team he was Ivy League Champ
ion and lowered our course record by a full minute
and a half He is certainly one of the more roman
tncally inclmed seniors and everyone in the class has
heard of some of his amorous adventures
ROBERT LEROY SONNER
Appearance: Elevator Boy
Dislikes: Gross yelling, "Shut up."
Pastime: Thinking up loopholes to rules.
Ambition: Industrial Management
Favorite Expression: "What gave you that
Bob, another one of the many four-year men in the
Senior Class can always be counted on for a few
witty remarks at the right, and sometimes the wrong,
times. He is an avid car fan and his desk fairly
bursts with "Hot Rod" magazines. He is active in
the Auto Mechanics Club, and the Rifle Club. Bob
plans to go into Industrial Management after college.
CHRISTOPHER REMSEN STEVENSON
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1 ' Likes: Sophistication
V I Dislikes: Bells
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Chrls now in his third year at Stony Brook has had
the unusual distinction of living all three years ln
Hegeman Hall Chris is one of the quieter members
of our class Dunng the past years Chrus has been
active in the Photography Club and the Fencmg Club
Chris hopes to malor in political science an college
and go into some sort of government work
RAYMOND BREWSTER STRONG
Daslakes Remarks about has aeep
Pastame Faxang up has leep
Ambataon S50 000 a year
Favorate Expressaon Is she nace7
Bruce a day student from Setauket as one of the
foundang fathers of the Senaor Class startang when
the school stall had a Seventh Grade Bruce was
elected vace presadent of the Student Organazataon
and served on the Executave Commattee A four year
letterman an baseball Bruce has also won letters an
cross country and basketball
Lakes Summer Escape
Pastame Slappang fights wath has roommate
Favorate Expression What s thas? Jazz?
Dack an has second year at Stony Brook has been
from the start a popular member of the class Dack
has been sangang wath the Kangs Men and he as a
member of the Chrastaan Actavataes Club the Dra
matacs Club and the Rafle Club He has also par
tacapated on the wrestlang and track teams Dack as
very definately one of the socaalates of the class and
as very popular wath the faarer sex
FRANK ALEXANDER VISTED
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Pastame Readang newspaper clappangs
Favorate Expressaon Many a tame
The Moose who haals from nearby Smathtown has
attended Stony Brook ever sance has freshman year
One of the best athletes ever to wear the blue and
whate Frank was forced to sat out thas football season
after sustaanang an anlury an practace Nevertheless
Frank has lettered an football basketball and base
ball He as also a consastent Honor Roll student In
the near future he hopes to become an officer an the
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Appearance: Short order cook
Dislikes: Making weight for wrestling
Pastimes Student organization business
Favorite Expression: "Oh bagels!"
John came to Stony Brook three years ago as a
sophomore and was elected president of his class.
Last year he was elected president of the Student
Organization, and he has certainly done a great
iob. Alternating at tackle and end on the football
team, being on the wrestling team, and first base
on the baseball team has kept him busy in athletics
ROWAN SCOTT WILSON
,, Appearance Dress Designer
Likes Word of Lite Island
Dislikes People who have lost their 'oy
Favorite Expression It s fabulous
Scotty a boarding student from Flushing Long
Island has been at Stony Brook for five years He
is always full of laughs and has been a very popular
member of our class Besides being in the Christian
Activities Club and the King s Men he is also In the
athletic program of the school parntcipating in cross
country wrestling and track Rowan hopes to work
JOHN FREDERICK WOLLE
Dislikes Unpaid yearbook bills
Pastime Filling out bills
Ambition Business administration
Favorite Expression Who sand so?
John has been with us at Stony Brook for four years
now and he has always been the hard working
dependable boy that he has proved to be as busl
ness manager of the 1957 Res Gestae An end on
the football team and a member of the golf team
John has also managed the basketball team for four
years In addition to his other activities he also
found time to be president of the Audio Visual Club
in Christian education when he finishes college
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Appearance Zoo keeper
Pastrme Wrltmg letters
Ambition Insurance Broker
Favorlte Expression H gurls'
-f Steve one of the regular fellows an the class typnfles
an average Stony Brooker He IS an Honor Roll stu
dent and active nn athletncs He was a fullback on
the football team and a wrestler Durnng the sprung I X 4
he did the broad lump and threw the shot and discus
for the track team He was a member of the Audio
Vusual Club and the Dramatlcs Club
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CHARLES JOHNSON JOHN JOHNSON
ALFRED McKEGG WILLIAM McMIlLEN
ROBERT ROBOHM PETER ROODE
JAMES EWING HERBERT HAUBOLD
ALLAN MAIACHUK NEIL McClANAHAN
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STEPHEN WOODS CRAIG WRIGHT EDWARD WILSON
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HUGH HARDY THOMAS HUNTER
NHUP JUDSON SAMI KANANI THOMAS KELLEN
DEREK KELLY KENNETH KLAFFKY MICHAEL MARCLEY BRUCE MARGANOFF
ROBERT McCALL JOSEPH M:DONALD
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Study Hall - obviously posed.
P.C. in English, reconciliating
"Hey Gross, yo got problems?"
Mr. Fenton lleeps Algebra II class interested.
Having completed two hours of classes,
we go to the chapel. A master takes his
regular turn giving a short talk on a vital
aspect of everyday Christian living. After
the service, cookies and milk are served to
the student body on Johnston Hall terrace,
and coffee to the faculty in the library.
"How many, Smith?"
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meal the Tuck Shop ns open having :ce
cream candy cookles and soft drunk avaul
able for the students Also the Bookstore
clerks do cl landslnde business In school sup
plues Mr Hershey has open house d
mmlsternng lustnce to rule breakers
An lnnovatlon thus year as the
extra help classes, o half hour when
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Coaches: Mr. Johnson, left: Mr. Marshall, right. Front row, lott to right: Pratt, Mcliogg, Hilt, Kolly,
Captain Vistod, Malachuk, Wund, Skripalz. Cook. Second row: Slzillon, Bolyoa, Groon, Mooro, Johnson, S.,
Nielson, lycotto, Williams, Friclzo. Third row: Marcucci, Wobor, Buoll, Davidson, Cothbort. Cauono, Ewing,
The team began this year with high hopes, return-
ing for early football in September It had a core
of experienced lettermen and a stranghtT offense
Beginning the season on the right foot we played
racehorse football and won our first game easily
Frank Vnsted team captain and Steve Johnson a
powerful back were then lost to us for the season
From that pomt on we were continuously hampered
by inlurnes The coaches Mr Johnson and Mr Mdr
shall were unable to field the same starting team
for any two games
In the opening game against Adelphi Stony Brook
romped to an easy 416 victory with the whole
backfield scoring Dave Skillen led the touchdown
parade with a sixty five yard scoring 'aunt
The next week against the defending champions
Poly Prep we come out behind 20 6 It was a hard
fought game the whole way with the bug blue push
:ng Poly all over the place at the end of the half
Poly pulled free in the second half but still had to
hold down a fired up Stony Brook team Al Malachuk
scored to Skripak for our only touchdown
We rallied in the last half against a fast good
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conditioned Horace Mann team, but it was too late.
They won 2714 The late rally was paced by the
hard running of Sklllen and the pass catching of
The day of the beginning of the free weekend
was heralded out with a flashy wan over St Pauls
3213 The game started out nlp and tuck but a
hard running backfield paced again by Sklllen with
three touchdowns broke the game wide open
A revived team met Trinity the next week and we
kept the fire burning as we rolled over them 33 I2
Dave Sklllen continued to go as he crossed for four
T D s Jay Pratt led a hard charging line as they
made some bug openings for the backfield
A very bleak afternoon turned even bleaker as a
powerful Riverdale team fumbled over us 460
Hackley put a tough team on the field and we
played a hard game but they surged over us in the
last quarter to wrap lt up 206 Al Malachuk did
the scoring for the Bruins
On a muddy Saturday afternoon the season ended
on a sad note for our team as undefeated Friends
Academy beat us 30 0
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Stony Brook there to bnng
Defensive lane ready to hold them
Come on STONY BROOK.
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West Pount Plebes
Ivy League urst
Thus years cross country team was the most successful team un Stony Brooks hustory
Led by the great runnung of Duck Sprague they had an undefeated season un the Ivy
League Duck was unduvudual wunner un every race he competed un agaunst hugh schools
The season opened wuth a vuctory agaunst Poly Prep wuth a perfect score for the S B
team Tonnue Coane ran a strong second to Sprague throughout the whole race
Forced to move up to the college freshman level to find competutuon the harruers
trounced the Long Island Aggue team The only loss of the season came when the team
traveled to West Pount There they lost to the Plebes one of the best college freshman
teams un the country
On November 3 Mr Goldberg brought the team back wuth uts second straught Ivy
League tutle un Cross Country Captaun Sprague reversed last years loss to Horace
Mann s John Ronveaux un a thrullung finush
The season ended wuth two more consecutuve vuctorues over Hackley and Horace
Mann Throughout the season the team was sparked by the fine runnung of Gordy
MacDonald and Waun Barnes followed by a team that was young and strong
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Albert Robohm Judson Second row Bancill, MIIQIM' MSDOIIH JUKIIIDII C llillbold Eyodeler
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The JV team started out with hugh hopes
for a good season havrng learned several
types of offensuve and defensive plays from
theur coach Mr Lugget Every game was fought
hard and clean wuth the determlnatlon that
wnll some day make them varsuty players Most
of the players started unacquannted wnth a
hard huttmg football game but thus nnexpern
ence was polnshed over before the season end
ed The JV team can be proud of the way
they played and tried to wan Thus determuna
tuon clean hard playnng and acqurred ex
pernence wnll be a great help to future varsnty
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The J V team came through wrth
a record of only one defeat and
tour wms The team at many pornts
durmg the season would get a sea
soned flve and then lose one or
two that were outstandmg enough
to loan the varsrty Grvmg a tre
mendous lrft to the varsrty they
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Mann only to lose by a close mar
gun to an older JV team from La
Salle The teams outstanding run
mng was saved however for the
lvy League meet rn whuch they took
flve out of the tlrst sux places The
team was led by John Alexander
Steve Edwards Nathan Prttman
Chuck Herz Ted Redrngton and
Ken Sabol who all turned IH a
magnrflcent plece of runmng.
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Gems Backs left to nght Delollo Sleflun Maclaren Huber
The Freshman team thus year agam under the guldance
of Mr Fenton and Mr Barton featured a multnple offense
The team started from the bottom learn1ng basuc fundamentals
and rules As the season advanced the team began to round
unto shape and certam players showed good promnse At all
t1mes they played wlth a keen deslre to wnn and wnth all
they had They lost some d1sappo1nt1ng games but they
never gave up Wlth a lnttle more expenence and more tnme
playmg together they can have a good future
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Intlre Maclaren Gelss Coach Barton
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Cenler Coach Fenton Left to nghl Bruce Strong Alan Malachuk Frank Vlsfad
Duck Skrlpak Toby Walker
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Bob BQ.-.Mn Dave Slullen
The Bug Blue set out on the basketball trall wnth hugh hopes
for an Ivy League Champlonshlp The squad had experlence
and a plucky sparlt It was a well balanced squad In scoring
reboundlng and passlng Any fortunes galned by the team
were due to teamwork and excellent tutelege under Mr
Fenton All wull remember the exceptional playung of Al
Malachuk Frank Vnsted Toby Walker Bruce Strong and
Duck Skrlpak But for a champlonshup club nt took fellows
like Chuck Frlcke Bob Bennett Dave Sknllen Dave Cook and
lan Davudson to come off the bench and play clutch basket
Stony Brook started Ivy League competltlon with a resound
mg tnumph over Horace Mann
The next week came Poly The Brookers playung team
basketball showed a strong Poly team that we wanted the
champuonshlp by trounclng Poly 50 30
Hackley came to Stony Brook wnth an upset In mund but
sensatlonal last minute playing pulled out a vnctory for the
The Bug Blue went to Adelphl and ran them into the floor
gnvmg Stony Brook sole possessnon of first place In the Ivy
This was followed by an attempt by Poly to avenge her
prevnous defeat and regam f1rst place but nn front of a
packed gymnasaum the Bears agaun romped over them 66 51
Adelphi was the only challenger left but on our own court
the Bag Blue overcame the challenge and handed Adelphn
defeat The Brookers later of'f1cnally clnnched the tntle wnth a
smashung victory over St Paul s
The Stony Brook team f1mshed the season with a complete
team vlctory over Rtverdale looping to an easy 69 30 wun
Thus was a f1ttnng end to a great season
St Paul s
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Left to righl: Cu-copfuin Strong, Coach Fenton
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lah lo ugh! Coach lsggof Co-cuptamx lolyoo and
Cufhbor! Coach Coombs Au! Couch Marshall
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The varsuty wrestlers dropped close battles wlth
very strong Port Jefferson Rnverhead and South
Huntungton teams Al McKegg new to the team thus
year showed hrs unorthodox style which makes hum
so tough to beat wlnnmg two of has matches In these
meets and drawvng a tue un the thlrd Al continued
hus wlnnmg ways losing to but one man throughout
Then Stony Brook embarked on a sax match wm
nlng streak by beating Horace Mann In his match
co captann Al Cuthbert dellvered the flrst pun of a
streak of his durmg which he got eught stralght puns
Craig Wrught also got the flrst of flve stralght puns
Fnrst pernod puns by John Bonard and Al Cuthbert
hughllghted a rousnng vlctory over Poly Prep Jlm
Gross won hrs fourth match of the season remoumng
unbeaten as the Bruuns bowled over Hockley
We left league competutuon to defeat the Smuth
At Rnverdale every Stony Brook wrestler won wnth
the exception of three draws
lsllp fell under a heavy Brooker attack as Stony
Brook won again 22 'l7
A close one was dropped to Kings Pork but we
came back and trounced Trlnlty 48 3 The very strong
St Pauls team won a hard fought battle as we un
successfully battled for an undefeated lvy League
ln the lvy League Tournament Stony Brook took
second scoring first place St Pauls wnthm three
took the lvy League Champlonshup with a flne per
formance Second places went to Jlm Gross 136
Al McKegg 141 Co captaln Al Cuthbert 148
captain Wayne Belyea 178 and John Weber un
Managers Flscher and Dougherty
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Font row left to nghl Wengand Schoenbaum Colton Klaffky Barnes Saukkonen Albert Second row
Manager Coe Johnson C McMullen Strong Eyedolar Rooney Doyle Searby Coach Fenton
Because of mexperuenced players our Iunlor varsuty basket
ball team got off to a slow start wmmng one out of then
first sux starts With more experience behlnd them at mud
season Mr Fentons coachung and two new members they
have emerged wlth a more experienced and polushed ball
club un reboundmg shootmg and team play
Since thesr llrst wm they have produced an lmpresslve
record of four wms and three losses up to the St Pauls
game Their over all record at thus tame us four wms and sux
Wuth thus year as experlence we wlsh all the players a
lot of success on varsuty and gunlor varsnty ln the comnng year
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JUNIOR VARSITY WRESTLING
After dropping their first two meets the J V wrestlers won
all their remaining matches giving promise of a strong varsity
team in years to come This promise was substantiated by
their rousing victories over Poly and St Pauls
class Roode at 130 Woods at 'I4'I and Haubold at I68
In the Happauge meet Woods and Haubold panned men
who had placed second IH the varsity A2 county champion
St Paul s
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The Cornmanches league Champs
FRESHMAN AND 8th GRADE
EIGHTH GRADE TEAM lefl io rlghf from FRESHMAN TEAM leff Do ugh! front row
row Kessel laTaur Young Judson Sec Philips DeBello Barnet! .I Vuoll lewis
and row Coach Johnson Johnson D Murray Second row Parker Slefken
Smlfh, Mackenzie Remake, Gems, Huber
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A strong track team reported for early practice this spring, ready
to put their backs into the task of equalling the record of last year's
undefeated championship team.
Hopes were pinned around Dick Sprague and Tonnie Coane in the
distances: Gordie MacDonald in the sprintsp Jim Gross and Al McKegg
in the pole vaultp Steve Wund and Bob Bennett in the broad iumpp
and newcomer Pete Poten along with Steve Johnson, John Hilt, and
Steve Wund in the weights. Several boys in other events showed great
promise, and prospects were good for another well-rounded team.
We hope this year's team will keep our Ivy League plaque for another
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Second row Coach Johnson Canons Wolgund Slullen Suukkonon
Cool: H Alben lolyoo Davidson Manager Top row Wnghl Wnllmms
Fran Elln Schoenbuum Rbllllkl.
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Sporting flashy new uniforms, the varsity baseball
team began its first practice amid an April snow-
storm. The squad reported with an air of confidence,
for they had lost only one member of last year's
club. The club had a wealth of hard-earned experi-
ence. The team was now ready to make a bid for
the Ivy League championship.
The infield is anchored by a sparkling new key-
stone combination of Dave Skillen at shortstop and
Ken Cascone on second base. At third is Jay Pratt,
a fine fielder with a good arm. Covering the first
base side of the infield is John Weber. Behind the
plate is Al Malochuk, a catcher who hits well.
In the outfield is Dick Skripak, a hard-hitting left-
fielder. At center is the far-ranging Bobby Bough,
who has a great arm. Craig Wright and Jimmy AI-
bert shore the right field duties.
The mound corps is headed by the fire-balling
right-handers, Frank Visted and Rick Saukkonen.
There is also the magic arm of curve-balling Bill
Behind these first-liners is a sound bench with good
fielding and hitting depth. Every potential champion-
ship team needs a good corps of replacements.
Whatever success gained by the baseball team
must be attributed to the fine coaching of Mr. John-
son and Mr. Lulf. Some credit must go to Iron Mike,
the new pitching machine.
Conterfieldor "Reb" Bough awaits a fly hall.
Skrippy's batting stance.
Visted lays down a bunt.
Skillon scoops up a hot grounder.
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Front row, left to right: Speh, Sogorlia, Marcley,
Dobler, Hunter, Duffy. Second row: Siegel, Wilson,
E., Sherwood, Corwin, Eydeler.
With good prospects tor the Freshman
baseball team this year, led by veteran
catcher Jim Barnett and newcomer David
Johnson, the team gave an impressive show-
ing of itself. Coach Ligget worked his re-
cruits throughout the season, teaching them
vital points of the game.
Returning veterans George Schoenbaum,
Ray Searby, Ted Siegel, and Walt Dobler
helped Coach Luft to turn out a good team
which looks prospective for future varsity
teams. Under his able coaching, the inex-
perienced team improved rapidly through
Front row, left to right: Hegnel, lewis, Barnett, J.,
Spear, Johnson, D., Dovidenlro. Second row: Coach
ligget, Carmoen, Mackenzie, Sieflxen, Diefenthal,
Philips. Third row: Luyben, Smith, D., Geiu, Koehler.
Top low: Butler, Rodgers, Huber, Schaeffer.
The tennis team is depending on the
steady play of Hoit Colton, Dove Cook,
Toby Walker, Ken Klaffky, Jaye Prigerson,
Neal McClanahan, and Steve Woods to
make up for the loss of last year's stars,
Barker French and Jim Cooper. Colton and
Cook,- both newcomers to the tennis team,
have been called on to carry the load.
Under the careful guidance of their coach,
Mr. Curtis, the spirit of the team was high
as they sallied forth to the Ivy League battle.
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golf team began the season
with only on letterman. It is
hoped, however, that the de-
velopment of last year's un-
derclassmen will give this
team better over-all balance.
Any seconds Duck'
630 finds the dmlng room In Johnst
Hall bustling agaln as we congregate for
dmner Some of the boys feeling that even
a complete meal IS msufliclent fortlflcatnon
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The publishing of the Res Gestae as the responsn
bnlny of the Sensor Class David Dullon and Ronald
Lycefte were elected co edntors for this year The
sfafl consnstecl of other sensors who are mlerested
Achvnes and Dolly Gund Commmee
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The Chrnstlan Actlvltles Club con
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about the campus Through the nn
fluence of nts deputatlons tract dns
trubutaons and the annual Sprung
Conference at was able to watness
to the whole nsland The club offers
the students opportumtnes for serv
:ce un Chnsnan work and boys
learn of the rewards of servmg
Since it was introduced last year
by a veteran com collector Mr
Marshall the Com Club has been
popular with the boys who were
Interested in something other than
lust plain money
Being one of the more active
clubs the Audio-Visual Club was
one of the largest last year. -
trusted with the care and main-
tenance of the school s motion pic-
ture and sound equipment the club
gives instruction in its use
THE AUDIO-VISUAL CLUB
TlW OUTHQG CLUB
Indulgence In the dellcnous grub prepared by Mr Curhs contmued
to be the prmclple fare of the Outing Club The Saturday mght cook
outs provnded meals luke Mother never made
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The Photography Club dnrected by Mr
Curtis malntalns a darkroom on the cam
pus for the benefit of the amateur photog
raphers The pictures taken by the members
of the club were of great use to the Blue
and White and the Res Gestae
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The Chess and Checkers Club
meets every Frlday evening lntra
club tournaments are held durung
these meetnngs and a club cham
plon IS crowned
The school newspaper the Blue
and Whnte had a successful start
thus year due to the durectlon of
nts editor Ken Cascone nts advnsor
Mr Merz and a good staff They
produced an enght page edntlon
every month which provided ex
cellent coverage of the school news
THE KING S
The formal sunglng organnzatnon
ot Stony Brook IS the Knngs Men
Directed by the Rev Mr Davnd
Evans of Port Jefferson they pre
sent the oftertory anthems an un
day chapel and often vnslt Long
Island churches for musucal pro
The Glee Club under the durec
hon of the Rev Mr Davud Evans,
contunued In the entertaunment of
nts own members and others with
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started two years ago by Mr. Har-
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a graduate of Princeton, where he
was fencing captain, it has gained
popularity, while the boys have
gained in skill.
THE DRAMATICS CLUB
The Dramatics Club pro-
vided an opportunity for the
more gifted students to give
vent to their acting talents.
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The Auto Mechomcs Club composed of
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continued In nfs IHSTFUCYIOH of ine customs
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The Executlve Committee consists
of the Student Orgomzotuon officers
and representotlves from each class
They ore responsible for helpnng
the Student Orgomzohon occomp
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Challenged by a new range whlch was
constructed under Memorlal Hall the Rnfle
Club burst forth wnth renewed life under
the able gundance of Mr Akeroyd
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As we cross the campus we see the dormltory
wundows gradually light up one by one as the
hour of 7 30 approaches and the boys settle down
for two hours of study On Wednesdays the chapel
chnmes rung summonung all who will to come to the
weekly prayer meehng On Friday nnghts the Art
Class meets under the nnstruchon of thelr teacher
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year were several memorable
dates. At these times the Senior
ass held its parties an
Sneak Day 800 PM finds
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Elleen Farrel soprano
The Stony Brook chapter of
the Commumty Concert Asso
cnatuon held concerts nn the
Auditorium on several occa
snons throughout the year At
830 we enter the gym and
see these performances
Every Tuesday evenmg the
Fellowship meets In Dr Gae
belems home for Chnstlan
fellowship around God s
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berlng campus IS shattered by the sound of the de
lnvery trucks unloadmg their shupments behind Johns
ton Hall Here at 530 ln the mormng we find our
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It us only through the prayers and gufts ol interested truends that
we can contunue placung the Word of God un each cadet s hand
Pount Buble dustrubutuon work the Socuety last year dustrubuted over
I7 OOD O00 tracts and Tracards For samples ol our elfectuve gospel
tracts wrute to us at the address below
21 West 46th Street New York 36 N
FRANK E GAEBELEIN
W THEODORE TAYLOR ThO HENRY G PERRY
Furst Vuce Presudent Executive Secretary
JOHN ADAMS HENRY JOHN A MAWHINNEY JR
Second Vuce President Treasurer
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From the Class of 9
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MEMBER OF THE SENIOR CLASS
Let your llght so shlne before men that they
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Room 30 Hegeman
Kat 81 Frlck Room 32
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The Foot 81 The Fmn
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From the Brow
Ken 8. Dee
Brett 8- JoAnne
Afrnca over all
Alex 8m Carol
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Jlm 81 John Cell 23
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There are some events nn school life which cannot
be placed In any of the usual categories of a year
book Nenther can they be Ignored for wrthout these
touches of color thus book would be lufeless and
mechanlstlc Here then un the Dolly Grand are those
occurrences whrch separate each day unto a loyous
and complete umt
Watch the hurdle
What a vrew'
Trespasser to the showers' fha vauey of lov,
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The first load of football players returns for early practuce
A hard day of practuce a bug pep talk
School officually opens T83 boys flock to the lubrary to
reguster Welcomung commuttee sweats through the hot
Classes were a snap all seven peruods took only three hours
Dave Cook asks what a work uob us for We never had
that at Montclaur
The football team swums to the gym after a wet practuce
A paper embargo us umposed on the Johnston Hall boys
Mr Kung prohubuts whustlung un the hall and also prohubuts
crossung your legs un class Look out here comes Cambrudge'
Herz late to Buble What s thus how can you forget Buble?
Sur late to Buble' Whats thus? Herz wonders Dud you
forget sur? Dr Gaebeleun offers to explaun after class
A bug day at S B The gurls first unvasuon of the campus
S B wuns first football game by crushung Adlephu The school
party was a success eh Brett?
Brett recuperatung from the party
Brett stull recuperatung
ls snowed un room 32 of Hegeman today What happened
to my shavung cream bomb?
hugh but the score wasnt hugh enough to wun
A new tradutuon added to S B un the form of extra help
classes from 2 45 to 3 l5 P C says lan us to be there wuth
Mr Lugget tells us how he wore bow tues and hankues when
he was un the Army
We had the spurut but Horace Mann got the game
Have you seen my luttle brother?
Freshman and eughth graders lookung for theur bug brothers
Mr Whyte guves Hult hus best wushes as he sends hum to
the study hall
Say have you seen whats un Mr Roederers communuty
French class? Gurls' lles femmesl
One day tull the free weekend Yuppeeelll
Football team clobbers St Paul Harruers trounce L I Aggues
LI R R does a landslude busuness as boys leave for weekend
Ll R R swamped agaun as boys return
Senuor Buble class learns that Phuluppunos dont really have
Babblung Belyea gets booted by Mr Rosenberger
The hustory class agaun sees a boy depart Carroll asked
to leave before the peruod beguns
Trunuty slaughtered by S B at the homecomung game Skullen
hugh scorer un Ivy League
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31 Cross Country team gives West Point Plebes run for their money. Bulldozers and
airhammers seem to make a big hit with the students as construction begins on
I Racket unbearable.
2 Puddles in back of Memorial look more like swimming pools. Anyone for a swim?
3 Cross Country team cops second Ivy League title Sprague League champion
Congratulations to the Ivy League
Cross Country champions
Coach Goldberg a d Capfo Sp ague oh Ivy League plaque
Brett gets close to lighting up as his friends f?J attempted to put his toe in the fuse
box. Brettie, you're shaking.
Only 48 hours until the Senior Class party, according to my calculations.
Two birds, Dick Ellis and Steve Johnson were given summons by the game warden
for doing something after dark that they shouldn't have done.
Seniors busy decorating for class party. Old gym and Hegeman lobby look colorful.
Cross Country Team beats Hackley by a perfect score Seniors organized another
extravaganza of a party A great time was had by all
Boys get lowdown from former Brooker John Brown
Mr Roederer doesnt care how the law of supply and de
mand works for Hegeman he will not make supply for the
coffee coke and pie
Mr Rosenberger ties up his class with late slips By that
I mean Mr Rosenberger ties up his class with late slips
Seniors take off their hats to Mr Rosenberger He responds
by electing Moore 8- Davidson from the class Tut tut
Today IS facellftlng day or what is commonly called general
mspection I never knew I owned all that gunk
Thanksgiving vacation comes a day earlier for seniors
See you Monday
As all good things come to an end so did our vacation
While the stork brought John Akeroyd weighing 9 pounds
the Ll R R brought Dr Donald G Barnhouse
I sand no buts Now shush Gol Go! By that I mean go'
Mr Roederer and his harvest
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ders room for the purpose of welcomlng 'The Return of
Pngerson and Weber start weught llftung contest At present
the score IS tned and there IS one broken toe aplece
Captams and teams were chosen for the uclcle league bet
ter known as class athletics
Blathrow refuses to get out of bed for breakfast You dldnt
mlss anythmg Ken Isnt there anybody who llkes figs?
After many attempts on the welghts the score IS stull hed
Davidson appears shorter after haircut lycette stnll sweep
Ing up the hanr
Dr Gaebeleln gets a real hound dog ls It Loc: or Loki?
Steve Wund calculates the fallowmg In History 192717
I teacher 23 students 27 chairs 'I deck l clock 2 radla
tors 27 glass brncks 'I3 boys with blond haur 5 boys wuth
black halr 5 boys wnth brown halr 9 pasrs of black shoes
and 7 palrs of brown shoes 8 palrs of whlte bucks and l
mlnute untll the bell
And new about Kumalo
General Inspection before vacation Gordy
And thus ends the first long stretch at school Now we all
go home for 19 days to make good use of Christmas vacahon
and then .
Jolley goes Jelley comes that vacation
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The r1s1ng moon finds the students dreanly trudg1ng back
up Chapman Parkway
What are these slgns KSBC7
Eleven senrors late to breakfast That should prove that
breakfast IS too early
Someone removes Bretts door The secret's out KSBC
means Keep Stony Brook Clean
College Boards taken thls mormng I used to th1nk I was
The semors had theur first Sunday breakfast th1s year at Dr
Gaebeleun s house D8llCIOUS
Harvey Jenklns plays follow the leader' and lands 1n the
Hopkrns Hall showers
The cold came and the boller went at 2 above zero lf J"'l""' d"""" 'lm' 'l"""' "' W"
you th1nk that s bad want ll you get 1n the Army
For the first t1me s1nce 1949 the basketball team slaughtered Poly Prep 50 30
The voluntary concert proved to be a very beautlful one for those who went
Mr Merz says Just for enloyments sake let's llsten to Bach In music apprecla
t1on Jelley finds readlng I ll Cry Tomorrow more lnterestrng
The basketball team beats Hackley 1n a thr1ller
Gull teaches the semors to make ammals out of balloons
The basketball team takes over first place by beatlng Adelphl 62 53 The wrestlmg
team adds to the roy by beatung Poly
S B takes a double from St Pauls by beatung them an basketball and wrestlmg
Some cutle rn Hegeman Hall declded to roll a garbage can down the stalrs
'IO 'IO P M Hegeman Hall then sets fire drlll record
And then there was srlence for exactly 2 mlnutes
and 35 seconds t1Il the Ere dr1ll
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Exam week starts wsth a bang sn Englssh Oh well fasr ss foul and foul ss fasr
Sensors cant see the woods for the trees after Buble exam Four Hungarsans vssst
the school and lose thesr desserts In case you re sn a fog the school forfests sts
desserts once a week for the Hungarsan refugees
Sensors rush through a hsstory exam to go home sooner Some go by trasn some
by car some by bmt"
School starts agasn after weekend
Ssx new boys start school Three of them are very lskable Hungarsans
Mr Akeroyd who was sn charge of the language assembly was torpedoed by a
negatsve vote on whether language study ss necessary or not to a prep school
Rschard Chang ss the first sensor to be accepted at college
The basketball team trounces Trsnsty to keep sts undefeated resgn of first place
The champsonshsp looks near
The school skatsng party was very much enloyed by all
S B rolls up another vsctory sn basketball St Pauls was the vsctsm
Schroeder gets lesson sn pronuncsatson of Loks from Dr Gaebelesn Say st five
A very successful sensor party was held today The sensors and thesr dates ate at
the Bayberry House saw a movse and topped oFf the nsght wsth a few lsnes of
The Katabsan theory of the orsgsn of the Spanssh Amerscan War was not appre
csated by Mr Rosenberger Spasn had lots of gold chests and chests and
chests of st
Ssx sensors late to breakfast PC apposnts MacDonald to wake Bsathrow and
Alverzo each mornsng
MacDonald hst by Alverzo s alarm clock Alverzo thsnks that Gordy s too efflcsent
Sensors ensoy a very successful sksp day We saw West Posnt skated and hsked
at Bear Mountasn and watched the Rangers polssh off the Brusns at the Garden
Sensors wakened personally by P C He s taksng no chances Mr Rosenberger asks
that sensors have ssgns readsng I am awake
Mr Goldberg get out of the po
Sensors on sneak
Doctor Gaebelesn and hss camera
on the sneak
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get out of one of the holes Ut s really not that bad J
The Brooks wrestlmg team beats Trlmty by a score of 47 3 Lost first basketball
game to Hackley 9 wuns l loss No worrys though league looks clinched
Bunldmg on Memorual Hall almost completed Norse stnll perslsts
Adelphn beaten Vnsted dunks In 24 points after not belng at practlce for two
weeks One more game to wan the Ivy League tltle
Mr Rosenberger us thankful for hls rest of the past Aslatuc History class and makes
hls thanksglvlng public at lunch
Is the mood good or bod' lasno has nothung on Montua
'I Today marks the hundredth day before graduation Sensors excused from Babe
Work begun on Monday s speclal occasion
Earnest lub workers
Ellu gels lnlpmg hand
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St. Paul's. The stars were Visted and Malachuk.
Coach Fenton holds the award presented to the league basketball champnons whale co captams Strong
and Vlsted kneel on hu left and nght
Al Malachuk Duck Skrupak Bob Bennett
Frank Vlsted Toby Walker lan Davidson
Bruce Strong Dave Skullen Dave Cook
2 Also our wrestlung team competed for the Ivy League Champnonshup un wrestlmg
We placed second ID the league needmg three ponnts to wm
Routine again collapses as a new in-
novation is tried the Senior Class takes
over for the faculty. It was a day great-
ly enjoyed by faculty and student
e now this 9oes ruund and round
Halt and Dillon 54, F'
Dr. Gaebelein compliments the student body on its
behavior during student day.
Johnston Hall tries to cut the electric bill by throwing
the master switch.
The fog is lifting: we can see Spring Vavation ahead.
Prigerson is on bounds and why does he resent that?
After all, he almost always goes home
The annual Science Fair is deemed by all a great
success The Theme Science in the Home
Mr Roederer starts the first outdoor class of spring
Bill Jelley gets separated from Listening to Music for
the second time In two weeks Sprung Vacation starts
for the rest of the school
Some of the betterQ'?l boys leave
Jelley Cook and Ching play clean up men for the
school as they too must leave
The student body returns at 8 Not so long til Com
Bill Jelley starts off the season leaving Latin under
The Music class remains intact for an entire period
How long can this keep up?
Ysoe this dlagmmg
Call the plumber Qwdd
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Athletic Banquet tonight
Prigerson takes the first slice out of the Class of 57
The Bears run all over the Adelphians in the season s
first baseball game 'I7 7
Spell broken in Listening to Music as Janow disappears
to study hall
Since we ve pretty well pulveruzed this year we ll shut
down the Grinder until next year when we come back
as alumni Take it cool
G01 a match Pete
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