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

 - Class of 1959

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E IU ICR Peter Barmonde Robert Barnett McClanahan, fRep.J, Parker, CRep.D, Hamilton, CTreas.J, Mr. Stewart, Alexander De Bello CAdv.D, Duffy, CPres.J, Newton, CV. Pres.J, Kencke, CSec.J. s-.. S.- Herbert Geiss Raymond Ellis Class of 960 rf, I HI 1 'gif' . fu Phulp Byard , I A Robert Brown Lincoln Chen Daniel Davidenko y.y IW' ww Lyman Dimond Richard Duffy Gary Dunkelberger Richard Durham -.4 J Robert Ferguson Peder Fick John Fitch Keith Gamboa Obs '--M 'Qian Edmond Hafner Ronald Hamilton 27 Otis Hegner jonathan Hescock QW' John Huber jeffry Jeffries Peter J ones Sami Kanani , " William Krupp John Lewis Robin Lingle Paul McClanahan WN-v W.. Bruce Parker Geoffrey Perrin Samuel Peters Arthur Phillips NL. Ralph Siefken Daniell Spear 28 Peter Treiber Peter Violi "--" 1'::-- james Keener Donald Kencke James Kitchen Conrad Koehler 'lv-ye :F-s-J. wal Douglas McLean Robert Nass Stephen Newton Daniel Olson 1-.0 'ngu- William Poate Edward Redington Leland Reineke Frederick Rodgers 191- Franklin Watkins William Weller 29 Stephen Whitney james Wyrtzen OPHO ORE Stephen Abramson H-wa., 3 55 E 3 F im Spilman, CPres.J, Cloos, fRep.J, Mr. Dodd, CAdv.J, Mackenzie, CV. Pres.J, Schulert, CSec.J. Ulu.. 'iw-N... David Cloos f fm Kenneth Garnsey Tw. Dennis Harto Edward Hiscox David Johnson Eric Kessel Stephen Luyben Class of 961 Steven Bourn Bill Brown Calvin Butler ROI18ld Ch08t6 IZ, Dennis Daiker James Felix George Foster John Frykenberg 'ilk'-w Roy Grady Ronald Greeley David Haines Sidney Hartiens Christopher Knecht Richard Kuo John Leax Robert Luth f.....,., ,qu-vi Robert Mackenzie Anton Marco 31 Read McLean Richard Muller M-...M John Myers Bruce Osthues Richard Peirce Ronald Race lisa... W-1-....., Arnold Raudenbush Frederick Riester james Richardson jean Roederer James Scarlata Sanford Schulert Chester Sherman Robert Spilman Louis Szabados Robert Vande Kappelle Richard Timmons Bruce Wardell john Wolffe Geoffrey Woods 32 Edward Young John Young FRE L. to R.: Douglas CSec.-Treas.J, Cinquina CPres.D, 'Surf-Wy Wim Stewart Beckley John Bolten Hanchett CVice-Pres.D, Chen, V. fRep.J. Victor Chen Frank Cinquina ingmm Russell Conant Christian Doeschner 1" Kenneth Douglas Jonathan Fish Cl Glenn Jamison Mark Hanchett William Hylton 3 S S O f 9 33 William Kennedy Andrew Knittle Lawrence Langner john Lathen 537 Philip Lotter John Lyon Edward McCormick Chris Nelsen -arf-W" Roger Neugebauer David Oakes Demetrios Papadal-:os Peter Rodgers Richard Rosenthal Richard Rugen Manuel Saavedra Neil Scott Paul Violi David Wan 34 Henry Weismann Dennis Whiteside Louis Burger Robert Coane john Felix Christopher Howard William Johnson 1 Stephen Geiger William Kaiser Top row CL to RJ : Mr. Little Qadvisorbg johnson, W. CRep.Jg Robinson CSec- Treas.D. Bottom row CL to RD: Vietor CV.P.Jg McDonald CPres.D. Edward Hook S 963 Carver Livingston Phillip McDonald Terry Meyer Kenneth Ohl Armand Pacher William Ratajak John Riesberg Michael Robinson Warren Tickle Ergo Vietor 'MQ-+.,,,. "Yi ww. ,-.uw i - f 4? z-1: -1 fluff, ii k gfwz na :-.r x K sf Egffymgy , iv as 32551 A K I K EL Z! L i Q M .E ,AALL M V ,.. L, V ": xt an H H I ---- W "- hkf '- 1 -zzfw m gf -.., ,,. H A . -:I --ma.. ,539zf!iiSX3i2+fS'Aifffisf'1,iQ,.,Jiifmi w fi ' 'Eff- ' , - an-'af 12215 Q A L " ' f z wx -!'Qr'iF'k W' ww 2 wh fr ww W ATHLETIC t""""'l'!1 An indispensable element in the con- stitution of a seaworthy vessel, the ribs and frame, imparting strength to the en- tire ship, are certainly analagous to our program of athletics at Stony Brook, where Christian character and sports- manship have been ingrained in us. VA ITY Top Row: Kelly, managerg Luyben, Chen, L., Macken- zie, Raudenbush, Cloos, Duffy, johnson D. Second Row: Mr. O. Floyd Johnson, coach, Kitchen, Hamilton, Bourn, Parker, Hescock, Reineke, Hill, Riester, MacLean, R., Herbert, managerg Mr. Donald Marshall, coach. Third The Coaches and Captain Green. 38 Row: Spear, Newton, MacDonald, Fenton, Sweeney, Sinclair, Turano, Hardy, Walker, Marganoff. Bottom Row: Deale, Butler, Dobler, Gillan, DeBello, Schoen- baum, Albert, Smith, Siefken, Geiss, Green. Stony Brook was hampered this year by three definite disadvantages. Often facing teams outweighing them by as much as forty pounds average, they found superior size hard to reckon with. Graduation and injuries deprived the squad of all but four of last year's veterans, con- sequently, little benefit was gained from experi- ence. Several serious injuries in mid-season took some of the ablest men from the lineup, leaving the team dependent on eager but less capable second stringers. These men, under the clearly and understandingly instructive coaching of Mr. Johnson and Mr. Marshall lost no time in filling these gaps with skill approaching that of their predecessors. These hindrances, while operating to the real disadvantage of the '58 gridders, left their in- dominable spirit and unfaltering determination unaffected. Wholehearted effort in every contest kept the fans' fingers crossed 'til the final gun. Courage like this is a tribute to any team, and despite its record, this year's squad boasted three all-Ivy appointments. FOOTB LL Mr. O. Floyd Johnson and Mr. Donald Marshall, the coaches. THE FIRST ELEVEN THE LINE: left to right-Butler, Siefken, Schoenbaum, Albert, Smith, Deale, Geiss THE BACKFIELD: left to right: Dobler, DeBello, Gillan, Green. , .. fran, yarn .:,5 ,g,-qR4,wi,,xf+1'.GAy , Gridiron Ballet. Get that man! SEASON RECORD Hackley 26 ................ ....... S .B. 7 Trinity 27 ........ ........ S .B. 20 Poly Prep 33 ................. ....... S .B. 0 Riverdale 28 ....... ........ S .B. 7 Horace Mann 14 .......... ....... S .B. 0 Friends 27 ........ ........ S .B. 6 St. Paul 20 .................... ....... S .B. 0 Green drives for yardage! 40 DeBe1lo picks up a first down! NNVV I Go Walt! Dobler snags a long one! - 'K , ' . Smiley in the open! 41 Coach johnson studies the situation. iihhnluuunh-Mi. QNX wi' UNIQR R ITY Left to right: front rowfDavidenko, Luth, Brown, W., Brown, R., Wardell. Top row-Mr. Bruce Dodd coach Timmons Choate, Johnson, D., Hiscox, Woods, Young, Myers, manager, Race, Daiker, Greeley, Peirce Grady J Felix Jas. Middle row-Bonard, Watkins, Mackenzie, Frykenberg, Scarlata, Rodgers, F., Nass, manager Mr Bourn McClanahan, Raudenbush, Cloos, Harto, Hill, Donald Jones, coach. Football The J.V.'s opened their 1958 season by traveling to Eastern Military Academy where they managed to chalk up their first victory by the score of 19-13. The first home game was played next against St. Paul. This was a hard fought game from beginning to end-a game in which our J.V.'s proved them- selves worthy as the victors when they outlasted St. Paul 26-20. The next game was a home game with La Salle. For the first and the last time this season the J.V.'s were outplayed on both offense and defense. Helped by some timely breaks as well as some good all around play LaSalle handed the J.V.'s their first and only loss of the season. In the final game of the season the J.V.'s won back what they lost by way of morale at the hands of LaSalle when they won out over Friends Academy in a real thriller. The final score was 19-13. The coaches, Mr. Dodd and Mr. Jones, were highly pleased with the per- formance of this year's squad. They feel that the spirit and determination of the team paid ofi' in victory more than once when the score could have easily gone one way or the other. 42 FRE AN Left to right: first row-Johnson, W., Lathen, Lotter, Rosenthal, McDonald, P., Vietor, Howard. Back row- Livingston, Bolton, Papadakos, Douglas. Hands on knees Mr. James Fenton, coach, Whiteside, Beckley, Jamison, -Violi, P., Conant, Hanchett, Knittle. Standing, third Robinson, Berger, McCormick, Wan, Geiger, Rodgers, row-Tickle, manager, Hook, Rugen, Felix, J., Pacher, P., Mr. Douglas Burton, coach. Football A limited schedule, due to cancellations, a series of minor injuries, hamper- ing effectiveness, and two losses failed to dampen the spirit of the freshman football team. The practices and games were marked by a desire to learn and improve. Such names as Beckley, Bolten, Douglass, Hanchett, Hook, Jamison, Johnson, W. Knittle, Yathen, Livingston, McCormick, Papadakos, Robinson, Violi and Whiteside come to mind as future varsity candidates as one looks back over the roster of freshman players. 43 Mr. Goldberg, this year, split a strong squad into two teams: The Challengers and The Defenders. The Challengers raced college teams and large invitation meets, while the Defendrs "defended" our position as Ivy League Champions against the Ivy League teams. The Challengers opened their season by whipping Huntington 25- 30. Then they beat the Long Island Agricultwal College ntheir 3.2 course 20-35. Robin Lingle was 12th and Tonnie Coane wastillth N.Y.U. Open Championship in New York City. In the Eastern States Cross Country Championship, Lingle finished second as the team took Sth in the rain. The exciting race of the year came when the Brookers raced Huntington, who had the State C. C. Champion on their team, and Seton Hall. The course record, formerly held by Tonnie Coane at 13:17, was smashed to 12:31. Lingle, who was first for the Stony Brook team ran 12:39. We won 36-38-49. We also .repeated as Ivy League Champions for the 4th year in a row. The Defenders also had a good season losing only one meet. john Alexander ran a great race against Hackley only to 1056 ii! the last hundred yards in their first meet. The Brookers won easily 22-39. They finished the year very strongly beating Trinity by a perfect S6016 and winning the Ivy League Junior Varsity Championship. C 44 HALLE GER 4... Left to right: Weller, Hunter, MacCallum, Coane, T., Lingle, Searby, Barmode. S.B. 25 ..................... ...,.......... ........ H u ntington 30 S.B. 20 ...................................................... N. Y. Aggies 38 10th in N.Y.U. Open Championship Sth in St. John's Open Championship 6th in Eastern States Championship 2nd in Triangle Meet QN.Y.U.-Seton Hall University, N. JJ S.B. 19 ............................................................... Columbia 36 S.B. 36 ................................................... Army Plebes 19 S.B. 36 Huntington 38 Seton Hall 49 lst in Ivy League Championship Coach Goldberg and Captain Coane DEFE DER M.. .I Left to right: Mr. Marvin Goldberg, coachg Garnsey, Spilman, Rooney, Alexander, Setchell, Pittman, Krupp, Haines, Osthues, Phillips, Kennedy, Marco, Fletcher, Olson, S., manager. SEASON RECORD S.B. 22 ................,.................................. Hackley S.B. 26 ......... .......... L aSa1le S.B. 17 ......... ............. P oly Prep S.B. 20 ......... ................. H orace Mann S.B. 15 .................................,.................... Trinity lst in Ivy League J.V. Championship Alexander and Pittman press for the lead Troph Wi ja, The Bruce F. Vanderveer Memorial Trophy The Vanderveer Memorial Trophy is Stony Brook's oldest athletic award. It is also its most cherished, for "Bud" Van- derveer was what one might call "Mr. Stony Brook." He typified all that Stony Brook stands for, and this trophy com- memorates his untimely death as it is awarded to the football player who most represents during the season what "Bud" Vanderveer was in his life. Richard Green, this year's winner, was such a player. The George F. Eckert Wrestling Trophy This trophy is awarded to that mem- ber of the Varsity Wrestling squad who by his ability, enthusiasm and helpful- ness to others, does most to improve wrestling at Stony Brook. This year the George F. Eckert Wrestling Trophy was awarded to Lester Sogorka. HI1CI'S The "49er" Trophy The members of the successful 1949 Cross Country Team have been giving this trophy annually to the team mem- ber judged to be the most valuable mem- ber of the team. It is awarded not solely on the basis of running ability but also with emphasis on the individua1's con- tribution to team spirit and morale. The trophy this year was presented to Robin Lingle. The Davenport Award Four years ago Roger Davenport, Class of ,52, donated a basketball trophy to the basketball player who, through sportsmanship and leadership as well as ability, exemplifies what the Stony Brook athlete should be. This year's winner was Herbert Geiss. Varsity Basketball Front: Mr. james Fenton, Coachg Kencke, manager. Left to right: Fitch, Albert, Chen, Doyle, Reineke, Saukkonen, Geiss, Lingle, Siefken, Schoenbaum, DeBello. Despite a poor record, this season was a very profitable one. Of the twenty or more players who dressed at one time or another for varsity games, only four were seniors. By playing as many of these underclassmen as possible, Coach Fenton has seasoned many formerly green play- ers and has given them experience that will prove invaluable in future years. In spite of injuries, Ric Saukkonen and Char- lie Doyle led the team in scoring. Jim Albert, Ralph Siefken, and Herb Geiss were scrappy, adding timely points and rebounds. In the near future we should see Stony Brook back on top again. Co-Captain Saukkonen, Coach Fenton, Co-Captain Albert. S.B. 47 S.B. 29 S.B. 58 S.B. 53 S.B. 30 S.B. 35 S.B. 47 S.B. 39 S.B. 41 S.B. 27 S.B. 51 S.B. 47 S.B. 47 S.B. 34 S.B. 43 S.B. 41 LaSalle ...................... Friends Academy St. Paul's ................... Trinity ......... Riverdale ................. Horace Mann .... Poly Prep .......... Hackley ........... Adelphi ....,. St. Paul's ........ Riverdale ..... Trinity ....................... Horace Mann Poly Prep .......... Hackley ........... Adelphi ...... Four Brookers Go For the Rebound. is 1 1 iX'1f4jv,?i' K jim if if Junior Varsity Basketball Standing left to right: Mr. Donald jones, coach, Weller, Parker, Timmons, Bourn, MacKenzie Scarlata, Johnson, D., Knecht, manager. Kneeling left to right: Severson, Brown B Violi Peter, Greeley, Hanchett, Jefferies. The Jayvees this year were divided into two groups - a sophomore squad and the regular jayvees. The sophomore group, Johnson, Timmons, Bourn, MacKenzie, Scarlata, was formed by Mr. Fenton in order that he and Mr. Jones might concentrate their efforts on them as an unbrok- en unit. Under the direction of Mr. jones, the team had a very good season, winning eight games and losing only two. MacKenzie was the team's high scorer, averaging 14.5 points a game. Tim- mons' scrap, Scarlata's scoring, Bourn's rebound- ing, and Johnson's leadership were the keys to a good year. LaSalle ....... St. Paul ......... St. Anthony Friends ......... LaSalle ........ Centereach E.M.A. ........... . Hackley ......... St. Paul ....... Friends ....... E.M.A. ......... . Freshman Basketball Left to right: back row: Mr. Douglas Burton, coach, Berger, Livington, Lyon, Papadakos, Cinquina, Hanchett. Middle row: Coane, R., Rosenthal, Whiteside, Chen, V., Oakes. Kneeling: Hook, Conant. S.B. 22 Lloyd's Harbor S.B. 20 Centereach ............... ......... S.B. 30 Setauket ................. ......... S.B. 27 Smithtown .................. ......... S.B. 25 Lloyd's Harbor S.B. 41 Bellport ........................ ......... S.B. 25 Kings Park ........... ......... S.B. 39 Port Jefferson ......... ......... S.B. 35 Setauket ................. ......... S.B. 37 Port Jefferson .......... ......... S.B. 27 Friends ................ S.B. 17 Centereach ....... S.B. 21 Kings Park ....... The Freshman team progressed steadily throughout the year and individual improve- ment was great in many cases. Although a small and inexperienced team, they fought hard. Mr. Burton's big men this year were Vic Chen, Russ Conant, john Lyon, Dimitri Papadakos, Carver Livington, and Mark Hanchett, who was their high scorer, averaging over fifteen points per game. arsity Wrestling Left to right: top row: Mr. Donald Marshall, coach, Dobler, Green, Turano, Peirce, Rauden- bush, Mr. Bruce Dodd, coach. Middle row: McClanahan, Duffy, Szabados, Marganoff, Alex- ander, manager. Bottom row: Leax, Wan, Sorgorka, Spear, Barnett. New York Military Academy Trinity ................................................... Smithtown ......... ......... St. Paul ........... ......... Poly Prep ......... ......... Riverhead .............. ......... Horace Mann ......... ......... Port Jefferson ......... ......... Hackley .................... ......... Kings Park .......................................... Sayville ................................................... Eastern Military Academy ...... Throughout the season, the wrestling team has shown typical Stony Brook spirit and light. Its record of 5 wins and 7 losses, is a good one in lieu of inexperience and the number of large high schools we wrestled. Finishing fourth in the Ivy League Tournament, the team showed up well. Les Sorgorka, John Fenton, and Dan Spear took second places in that meet. The top men on the team were Les Sorgorka, undefeated during the regular season, and Dan Spear who lost only twice. The hard work of Mr. Marshall and Mr. Dodd has built a good squad with depth and versatility, for the forth- coming season. i. 5 , ,Ax yY,,,,,-T Coach Dodd, Captain Sogorka, Coach Marshall. Spear Dumps H15 M911 Green Working For the Pin Ne Want a Pin! Almost Duff! Louie Fighting Hard Against Kings Park. McLean Trying To Break His Man Down. 56 And Away We Go! Junior arsity Wrestling Left to right: back row: Mr. Donald Marshall, coach, Ferguson, Kitchen, Butler, McLean R Mr. Bruce Dodd, coach. Second row: Daiker, Meyers, Poate. Third row: Neblett manager Phillips, Race, Young, N., Spilman, Woods, Dymond, manager. Front row: Kanam Fish Roederer. Our Junior Varsity wrestling team proved strong this year, dropping only two meets. These were to larger schools which contained more material from which to choose their wrestlers. Sami Kanani and jeff Woods particularly stood out for this team. We should find many of this team's members on the varsity next year. Smithtown .... St. Paul .......... Poly Prep ....... Riverhead ...... Port Jefferson Hackley ............. Kings Park .... Varsit Baseball Left to right, Kneeling: Johnson, D., Saukkonen, Albert, Scaralata, DeBello, Fitch, Timmons Olson, D., Schoenbaum. Standing: Mr. james Stewart, coach, Jefferies, Chen, L., Norris Siefken, Reineke, Geiss, Corwin, Raudenbush, Brovsm, B., Keener, Garnsey, manager. VARSITY BASEBALL SCHEDULE April 13-Eastern Military Academy May 4-Centereach 15-St. Paul's 6-St. Paul's 18-Hackley 9-Trinity 20-Centereach 13-Poly Prep 22-Poly Prep 15-Adelphi 25-Horace Mann 19-Friend's 27-Eastern Military Academy 22-Ivy League Playoffs May 1-Riverdale 27--La Salle 58 ., I. ' f f ,X rw I , . A -V . ,K fizmvqihi .V xg AH-1 'The First Teanl . , f ,- rw- .. Left to right: Fitch, Scaralata, Schoenbaum, Timmons, Norris, Mr. James Stewart, coachg Reineke, Geiss, Saukkonen, Albert, johnson, D., DeBello. 59 -. Stony Brook's Flame Thrower Jim 13995 3 liner- ,xx "M, , ,M f fm 'vp 2, . ,,..4i,A,-aw . M-yn!! , .,,.:ufi:vi,jf- - - 4' . Q ?sfN, '- b kb if' 1,5,,,,-"7":.e nu George and Lee: The Keystone "Combo." 60 ,f- ,II W ' ...Q wah F ' ' 'iff -Q ' P 'vi v' 1-,KA A . K, ' V4 w Junior arsit Baseball Left to right, Standing: Mr. Donald Jones, coach, Haines, Hartiens, Dimond Gamboa Hiscox Butler. Kneeling: Violi, Peter, Abramson, Richardson, Young, E., Phillips Wardell Severson Sitting: Perrin, Hamilton, Felix, James, Mackenzie, Duffy, Davidenko, Huber J. V. SCHEDULE La Salle St. Anthony Friend's St. Paul's 61 La Salle Friend's St. Paul's St. Anthony Freshman Baseball Front Row: Livingston, Johnson, W., Knittle, Douglas, Rugen, Mr. Douglas Burton, Second Row: Pacher, Violi, Paul, Conant, Whiteside, Oakes, Hanchett. Third Row: Saavedra Hylton, McCormick, Tickle, Geiger. Fourth Row: Howard, Chen, V., Riesburg, Doeschner Lotter, Rodgers, P., Burger. April 1 7 FROSH -Bellport 2 1-Centereach 24-Bellport 29- May 4 St. Anthony -St. Paul's BASEBALL SCHEDULE May 62 7 -Centereach 12- 19- 22- 2 7- Setauket St. Paul's Setauket St. Anthony coach Track QQ? Left to right: Sitting: Ohl, Marco, Coane, R., Pierce, Bourn, Frykenberg, Wolffe, Harto, Fish, Vietor, Bolten, Beckley, Hook. Second Row: Kanani, Knecht, Schulert, Osthues, Grady, Spilman, Greeley, Lingle, Treiber, Bar- monde, Luth, Race, Kessel, Sherman, Leax, Scott. Third Row: Mr. John Hershey, as'st. coachg Herbert, manager, Q ar Setchel, Deale, Marganoff, Sogorka, Pittman, Coane, T., Gillan, Johnson, S., Searby, Smith, Hunter, MacCallum, Coane, J., Fenton, Fletcher, Ellis, Mr. Marvin Goldberg, coach. Back Row: Kennedy, Lathen, Rodgers, F. Poate, Lord, Kelly, Spear, Hescock, Krupp, Newman, Bonard, McClanahan, Redington, Fick, Watkins, Kitchen. TRACK SCHEDULE April 17-Huntington 2 1-Columbia F rosh 24-Penn Relays 25-Hackley 28-Hofstra Frosh 63 May 9-Ivy League Meet 13-Horace Mann 23-Poly Prep 28-La Salle Seton Hall an K Y P S 111 will .......,-u-u- 'W Seven Feet?? Strong fmish in the mile. Left to right, Kneeling: Barmonde, Deale, Marganoff, Hunter, Searby, Greeley, Gillan, Fletcher Standing: Fenton, Coane, T., Hescock, Krupp, Coane, J., Treiber, Lingle, MacCallum, Setchell Johnson, S., Smith. 64 v if .Q Y ,ww if ,. r ,ff Gillan Sprints the "century." , -1, 1311-1 Q. 5 Uhh !! Good toss! I . M' I Tonnie fmishes the mile. zfqx V +5 1 'a M1-xg V. j k 7' "'f..D-1s- Q ' - - jab., . ,., 1 Af!! , A A 1,-,gffw-1,"15' ' f 35.4. W, kv A 1, N ' ' AG, V- f K A I 2,31 ,K K 'had' ,Mk if ff' ., " gk Qgfwkv h ,gL.W Z. qmw 'P 1- wll"" Q ,3 'K ' 5 ,- . was 1 J. 7 , , my ,rv Hi L Q . . A 14 ,. , Robin 'gm I . 7 1 1' . I L an " and Ray fmish strong. Tenni v I , , 1 - f ,, V . iv -jx A .. 1 5 ,bkfi " a sf we , i '11,:smg..,gggg2 QE if ,:., , 'FQ Left to right, Kneeling: Kaiser, Kuo, Weller, Olson, S., Cloos, Roederer. Standing: Mr. Pierson Curtis, coachg Meyer, Rooney, Turano, Szabados. Get it at the top, Paul." 66 TENNIS SCHEDULE April 2 1-La Salle May 1-St. Paul's 23-St. Paul's 27-La Salle Golf Left to right, Kneeling: Newton, Barnett, Felix, jas., Rosenthal, Young, J., Wyrtzen. Standing: Mr. james Fenton, coach, Daiker, Koehler, Riester, Sweeney, Durham, Parker, Mills, Walker, Neblett. or I ,.-. Watch the "break," Joe. 67 Turn on the power from here. ACTIVITIES The rudder, essential to any vessel, may well be likened to the activities pro- gram, which has guided our interests and energies into wholesome areas of develop- ment and exertion. L.,.H RE GE if Y 11 --eww L- ...M CO-EDITORS AND ADVISER: James Coane, Mr. Fenton, adviser, Harley Walker. . V ' . 1 .V fwq , iff U 3 "MQ I-,V . H , A BUSINESS MANAGERS: Tom Gillan, Mr. Fenton adviser, Phil McLeod. EDITORIAL STAFF: Left to Right, Back: Mr. Fenton, adviser, Schoen- baum. Seated: McLeod, Walker, Coane, J., Gillan, MacCallum. Front: Johnson, Saukkonen, Albert. FF ACTIVITIES EDITORS Ric Saukkonen and jim Albert SPORTS EDITOR George Schoenbaum I , V t 5 is 'Ha DQ -ga' if I wg ,A A H. m al?-f A DAILY GRIND EDITOR UNDERCLASSMEN EDITOR Steve johnson Ross MacCallum 71 STUDENT ORGANIZATION OFFICERS. Left ADVISORY COMMITTEE. Standing, left to to Right, Back Row: Fenton, Gillan, Alexander. right: Duffy, Albert, Saukkonen, DeBello, Fenton. Front Row: Mr. Marshall, adviser, Johnson. Seated: Johnson, Mr. Marshall, adviser. GO ERNM 5 Im... 1 " -f"'f-- 4, "wT'Zi'41 -L M -- ... nu., I f 1 .-f 0.4 fret, STUDENT ORGANIZATION OFFICERS AND REPRESENTATIVES. Left to right, Back Row: Cloos, Alexander, Gillan, Fenton, Parker, Chen, V., Johnson, 72 W., McClanahan. Seated: Smith, Mr. Marshall, adviser, johnson, S., Green. CH RCH BO RD Left to right: back row: Sogorka, McClanahan, Alexander, Fenton, Keener. Front row: Mrs Marshall, Mr. Whyte, Mr. Curtis, Dr. Gaebelein, Mr. johnson, Mrs. Fenton. CHRI TIAN CTIVITIE BL E and WHITE BLUE AND WHITE. Left to right, seated and kneeling: Timmons, Chen, L., Bonard, Butler, Barmonde, Rooney, Luyben, Kitchen, Lyon, DeGrafT, Sweeney, Mills. Standing: Abramson, Cinquina, Brown, B., Race, DEBATE CL DEBATING CLUB. Left to right, Standing: lert Sogorka Chen L Duffy Seated Jones Neblett, Schoenbaum, Coane, J., Rauden- Newton McDonald J Mr Lockerbie ad bush, Huber, McLeod, Kencke, Weller, Schu- viser Kitchen Ellis Alexander RCHERY CL 'N IL Nlf I QEJWTELL - " A-CT ,lim we-rrv' AF 'ik vine if ARCHERY CLUB. Left to right: Mr. jones, instructor, Weismann, Langner, Spear, Ol- son, D., johnson, D., Smith, Koehler, Lewis, Newman, Lord, Green, Reineke, Geiss. RIFLE MEWJZREAL HALL RIFLE CLUB. Left to right, kneeling: Per- rin, Fick. Second Row: Saukkonen, New- man, Setchell, Hunter, McClanahan, Mr. Burton, instructor. Third Row: Hill, jef- feries, Geiss, Neblett, Siegel, Dobler. Fourth Row: Dimond, Reineke, Chen, L., Margan- off, Hardy, Fletcher. Fifth Row: Wrytzen, Lewis, Kelly, MacCallum, Redington. Sixth Row: johnson, S., Bonard, Brown, R., Cor- win, Sinclair, Fitch. Top Row: Herbert, Sear- by, Newton, Lingle. DO CL 1 Q 3 5 - e ' IUDO CLUB. Left to right, Top Row: Doyle, Treiber, Barmonde, Bonard, Rooney, Hill, Sin- clair, Hamilton, Siefken. Middle Row: Watkins, Sorgorka, Ellis, Newton, DeBelIo, Duffy Keener, Kelly, Violi, Peter., Phillips, Abramson, Kanani. Bottom Row: McLean, D., Neblett Vlarganoff, McLeod, Turano, Dobler, Chen,,L., McClanahan. Demonstrating: Mr. Dodd, instruc- FE CI CCL FENCING 76 KI QS M KING'S MEN. Left to right, Top Row: Spilman, McDonald, J., Lord, Bourn, Gillan, Pittman. Second Row: Mills, Garnsey, Setchell, Frykenberg, Newton. Third Row: Mr. Merz, accom- panist, Brown, B., Lingle, Herbert, Olson, S. Bottom Row: Young, J., Cloos, Fenton, Weller, Perrin, Mr. Lockerbie, conductor. B JS rf, J BAND. Left to right, Top Row: Conant, Corwin, Alexander, Cloos, Weller, Jefferies, Lord, McLean, R. Herbert, Wyrtzen, Dur- ham, Young, E., Dimond, Osthues, Lathen Hegner, Mr. Lockerbie, conductor. Bottom Row: Garnsey, Wardell, Perrin, Fenton, Setchell, Frykenberg, Langner, Newton. PHGTUGR PHY CL 1 1 I 'rv PHOTOGRAPHY CLUB. Left to right, Standing: Rooney, Jamison, Meyer, Hegner, Jones, Pacher, Gamboa, Mr. Curtis, adviser, Daiker, DeGraff, Mac- Callum. Seated: Jefferies, Mills, Muller, Wan, Abramson. AUDIO-V SUAL CLUB Z'? SSH? I jdiliillg!!! ,X ., X It . ly. , .-1 A3 -I :I A li 'Y t .17 78 , I IMHBIIIIKIK I- a lill AUDIO VISUAL CLUB ll fx , xjf X' - X ,N ,f71fJ , N x ,V, 'ffi , M -ff-A' ' NR .71-.' QX X YN? X ' XXI! v h ' li-SLN xg X . MIN r ' xx-YN . 4' ra P 'n ' ,-' X :-. l Q . V 0 ' I f, N X r 9 JL INN l ' DRAMA CL B DRAMA CLUB. Left to right, Back Row: Coane, J., Schulert, Durham, Kitchen Gillan. Front Row: Walker, Coane, C. EC RITIES CLUB CHESSand CHECKER CL 5, '43, , 0,5-,fl - ' r 1 f 1.0.42 CHESS AND CHECKERS. Left to right, Seated: Riesberg, Mr. Barton, adviser, Brown, B. Standing: Felix, Jas., Sherman, Tickle, Frykenberg, Chen, V., Alexander, Raudenbush, Kaiser, Whitney, Haines, Kanani, Neugebauer. S NISH CL 034393 ,gy .-.W . 2711 '? 80 SPANISH CLUB. Left to right, Top Row: Doeschner, Chen, L., Rodgers, F., Ferguson, Hescock, Myers, Siefken, Coane, C., Kessel, Hamilton, Kuo. n.f:,:,n., 1:r.-mn nlmn D., Dnhler. Da- NM videnko, Mr. Stewart, adviser, De- Bello, Olson, S. Bottom Row: Beckley Vande Kappelle, Rosenthal, Peters Muller, Whiteside. LIBRARY STAFF N M r COIN CLUB COIN CLUB. Left to right, Standing: Mr. Marshall, adviser, Berger, Vande Kappelle, Foster, Felix, Jas. Seated: Knecht, McLean, D. . av X K 5, . W W, 55? 92 Q iw P0 wi.. ing, -nf A 1 'Sv iv--, STV? 1- . 4 'S in it :gg y Q W 4' M Q -if ,xx Y 0 wav' ,.-.- .1 20 . , 1? if .s...,., ,,,.,.m I' Y 3 4 I X i i I ! i 5 3 l i 3 u E 2 E s WN. .ar Clockwise from twelvev o'clock: Mr. Burton, QAdviserJg Green and Smith, Representatives Fenton, Secretary, Coane C., President, and Coane J., Vice-President. 84 JAMES ALBERT Appearance: Peach fuzz Likes: Certain of the fairer sex Dislikes: Writing letters AO Pastime: Lambasting Saukkonen Favorite Expression: "How I wish it Friday night." Ambition: To score a touchdown Chet has been a valuable member of our class. He is the only senior to earn three varsity letters in one year. In football, Chet was our sterling defensive line-backer and offensive center. A reliable cager, he made the vital plays in the close contestsg in baseball, he ably held down first base. He has been on the advisory committee, which shows his leadership capabilities, and he undertook the co-editorship of the activities sec- tion of the yearbook. We seniors wish Chet the best in all that he does. JOHN FREDERICK ALEXANDER Appearance: Weasel Likes: Mad comic books Dislikes: Rising bells Pastime: Keeping his roommates quiet Favorite Expression: "We'll whip their tails." Ambition: To give Dr. Gaebelein a haircut. John came to us from Ashland, Ohio, three years ago. In this time he has participated in many of the activities of this school. He was president of the Christian Activities Club, secretary of the G.O., a member of the church board, and a varsity cross country runner. He also served as school barber. In his spare time, he occasionally studied and managed to maintain a consistently high average. We all wish the best of luck to a great Elly- U ,WWA are -S011 EJ ,,?,, EDWARD DUSTIN BROWN Appearance: Scholar Likes: Reading Dislikes: Wasting time Pastime: Listening to the radio Favorite Expression: "Get out of here." Ambition: To graduate from college Coming to us from Pelham Manor, New York, Ed is in his second year at Stony Brook. He is one of our cheerleaders and a cross country manager. Ed has benefited a great deal from the Christian atmosphere of the school. He enjoys reading books, and often on week-ends, one will find him reading in his room. He is a very hard worker and is willing to learn. We wish him the best of everything in college and beyond. f -.X . s A X H , . mg -.X ,, . 1, . ,,.X .V ' fa K.: 4,5 V, ,Q " NT 45:4- P' it X5 I -ti Q7 ,P f ,f in V A .rf 1 J I Sn., sf - X N52 ,f,, v-V - 7' . ' A- N 'Cy , ,f V 'T' vfi- . x- V 'J YK Ig 1 X 'R ry XT!!! divx ' K? . .Qs iat. 1 Q r Q X A .. QQ' XS" ,,f- s ,V 'ic ., " ' -f -X 1 M f V N':CLQA'RENQE Blfgliixgxfijfl' COANE, II N, -1 1 -, .- -.Q :J ' Appearance: Beaybr Q' Likes: Lee in Dislikes: Morning bells Pastime: Running around Favorite Expression: "Man, you know what I like!" Ambition: Three minute mile Tonnie is one of the outstanding seniors. He was proved to be a most able leader when he was elected president of the class. He is the Ivy League champ in the half mile and in the mile. Aside from being an excellent athlete, he is a valuable member of the Spanish and Dramatics Clubs. To top off his achievements, Tonnie ranks high scholastically and will be a sure success in any college that he chooses. JAMES EDWIN COANE, III Appearance: Ivy League broom handle Likes: 1's Dislikes: Harley's accusations Pastime.' Worrying Favorite Expression: "You gettin' up 4 tonight?" Ambition: To press his own weight Jimmie, who came to Stony Brook in his fresh- man year, has consistently been among the aca- demic pace-setters in our class. He has been secretary-treasurer and vice-president of the class. He has been awarded the 4'Best Effort" prize for three years running. He is co-editor of this year's Res Gestae and is a perennial golf letterman. Jimmie is also active in both the Debating and Cheerleading clubs. His affability and scholastic ability are sure to get him far. K THOMAS AMBROSE CORWIN Appearance: Capsized tugboat Likes: Jazz Dis1ikes.' Roommate's playing of classical records Pastime: Playing the drums Favorite Expression: Woila! Woila! Ambition: To play in the Philharmonic. Tom'has been here for three years, during which he has taken an active part in many extra-curricu- lar activities. He immediately became known for his great ability with a set of drums. His playing has added much to the band. Tom is also well known for his keen sense of humor and good nature. After graduating, Tom plans to enter General Motors Institute, after which he intends to remain with General Motors. We wish him the best of luck, and with his greatly varied interests, we are sure that Tom will attain his goal. Wagga G5 O Sw: . Ll' WILLIAM HERBERT DEALE, III Appearance: Sleeping Beauty with a crew- cut Likes: Study Periods Dislikes: Girls? Pastime: Wasting time Favorite Expression: "Good morningy' Ambition: To get out of Stony Brook During his four years at Stony Brook, Bill has been a J. V. football player for two years and a Varsity football player for one year. Sailing is Bill's greatest outside interest. Bill is a friendly and easy-going fellow who is always willing to do his share. His cheerful tone and warmth are two of his greatest attributes. Bill's desire to do things when they should be done, and to do them well, will help lead him to success after college. x DENNIS GROVER MARK W W DEGRAF F Appearance: Bleached carrot i JN af Likes: To study M OJ Dislikes: Opposition to the ratification Pastime: H'mn? Favorite Expression: "Braioun" Qin a high pitched voicej Ambition: To be Einstein's brother Frank. Dennis has studied here for two years. In this time he has made himself very popular in the senior class. He studies hard and gets good grades in all his subjects. Among his many extra-cur- ricular activities, his favorites are taking piano lessons and tickling the ivories of the organ. He also participates in the Securities Club, Photo- graphic Society, Student Library Committee, and the Blue and White. QTTWWF jr WALTER ARTHUR DOBLER Appearance: German spy Likes: Volkswagons Dislikes: People who make fun of Volks- wagons Pastime: Waking Albert up Favorite Expression: "Are you going to get up early again?" Ambition: Head of Small Cars Inc. Five years ago Walt came to Stony Brook. Since then he has distinguished himself not only in football as a back, but also in baseball and in wrestling. A hard worker, he has always tried to keep up his scholastic standing. In the dormitory or on the athletic field we could always count on Walt to liven up things on a dead day. Stony Brook will lose a good man when he graduates. CHARLES RICHARD DOYLE Appearance: Woodchuck Likes.' Basketball Dislikes: A slow work crew Pastime: Playing basketball Favorite Expression: "F ly away" Ambition: History teacher "Butch" has been a student at Stony Brook for four years. Participating actively in the Chris- tian Activities Club, the Judo Club and the Student Library Committee, his presence has been appreciatively felt. Although he is a day boy, with less on-campus time than most of us, and dutifully practices his basketball, he has con- tinually earned honor grades. He hopes to go to Providence Barrington Bible College or Wheaton College. fi HJ X LYMAN FLOYD FLETCHER ff J, Appearance: Educated mouse ' Vo, Likes: Classical music Dislikes: Roommate's playing jazz records Pastime: Playing the violin Favorite Expression: "Zowie! Cool as a boogerf' Ambition: To design the most efficient aero- nautical shape in supersonic compres- sible laminar flow. Fletch came to the Brook in his freshman year when he became noted for his scientific mind by his cohorts. In his spare time, Floyd can usually be found in some secluded spot practicing his violin, which he has mastered to a great extent. He plans to attend M.I.T. next fall, and with his good Christian testimony and plenty of hard work, we are sure that Floyd will be very suc- cessful in college as well as in his future vocation. W .f if if ' V5 D QQ h W7fx"' ' 1 , 'fl of H WJOHN wAL'1iE13,ifgNToN Appearan ' Circ strong man Likes.' Slip X Dislikes: iv roommate X J - Pastime: Writing letters to Charlotte J Favorite Expression: "Roommate, you're stupid!" Ambition: To get married A missionary's son, John came to Stony Brook in his junior year. During his first year, he demon- strated his running ability on the cross-country and track teams. When wrestling season arrived, John proved himself a very able man on the mats. His extra-curricular activities include the Chapel Choir and the office of Chaplain of the Student Organization. He plans to study engineering in a technical college. 'lf' 1 ' fr. Q' ffjm 'v X jk ixyvfffi i . 9. in 'U ffl' i , A - I N l 1 - 'ro1yLfcAi2PEN'rER,. G1LLAlkl f Wgppeafanwrlfdipip ,- ' ik :Texas 'f Yr, ' 9' kes:Al5ska 5, ,J , i'Pastime.rC mbing his hair t v faforit, gpression: "Now clean the room, ispmmatef' i Ambilion: To direct a Broadway play. l Tom, who has been with us for two years, has contributed much to our school. Besides being the football team's quarterback and a standout on the track team, he is also an important mem- ber of the Chapel Choir and vice-president of the Student Organization. He is also the yearbook business manager. With these duties he finds time to maintain a high average. Stony Brook will lose a fine young man when Tom leaves for college. jyje JU A J! ,u 0 . WUJALG wmv 54915 'ilfva ,,FaI2.HLl WM ZMETCHARD AVID GREE f Appearance: Rock Hudson Likes: To defend Turano Ga Dislikes: People messing up his bed Pastime: Hacking around Favorite E xpression.' "Where's the Blimey Limey?" Ambition: To coach and to teach history Dick, a four-year man here at Stony Brook, hails from the town of Caldwell, N. J. He participates on the varsity football, wrestling, and track teams. His leadership ability is shown by the fact that he was elected captain of the football team. His presence is sure to liven up the day, because things don't remain quiet for long when he is around. We wish Dick lots of luck in everything he does in the future. P is I' Ne. pl 4 Q JU djs' I .s M X J M, f X 'Mic 'Q-fir-, HK of ,nf LJ I fix 'I yn! pb - X' -.4 J yn ly Lu s . v lr ,K V I lg, , I ul ' : 1 gf, jaAV , fxlv yt is ' K if X- s h s i . .fx .J ., , ,HUGH 'G'LAUBITZ HARDY -.. i arance: Playboy ,QA Likes: City girls ' xl l N Dislikes: Late slips ' Pastime: Climbing the water tower Favorite Expression.' "C'est la vie." Ambition: To pin Steve Hugh, a three year man, has set many records at Stony Brook, most of which are in Mr. Hershey's files. Hugh's wit is dampening, to which fact many of the boys will attest. He has been a member of the wrestling team for three years and has also placed on the tennis team. Hugh is a capable student and hopes to go into medicine after leaving Stony Brook. We wish him the best of luck in the fut e. , it ,x gf' "' A L ' gf rl Xe ,lv R nv I, . , ' 4 Jw re AWP. , V R ,gli :ski 4.3 A .1 k K Q. Q K DAVID ANDREW HERBERT Appearance: Uncoordination personified Likes: Food Dislikes: No seconds at meals Pastime: Falling down the stairs Favorite Expression: "Oh, dearl' Ambition: To accelerate a neutron Coming to Stony Brook from Highland Falls, N. Y., two years ago, Dave quickly established a place for himself on the honor roll. He was foot- ball manager this fall and plans to go out for track this spring. Herb is one of the spiritual leaders of our class. He is interested in math and science and plans to go to a technical college in which he will major in engineering and then go on to be a practical scientist. We wish Dave the best of luck. STEVE WILLIAM JOHNSON .1-,Gi Appearance: A mad Turk 'N A Likes: Bed wrestling: Dislikes: Shaving Pastime: Going for the record . . . Favorite Expression: "I want woman." Ambition: To race Dr. Gaebelein up a flag- pole. Steve is a five year man at Stony Brook and is well liked by all. His having been class president for the last four years and president of the stu- dent organization this year exhibits his popu- larity and proves his leadership ability. Steve, despite all his responsibilities, is active in the Debating Club and is editor of the Daily Grind. He excels in the weight events in track. Upon graduating, he hopes to continue his education at Dartmouth. 1. .K ,. . f" THOMAS ALLAN HUNTER Appearance: Wheat stalk Likes: Airplanes Dislikes: Roommate's conceit Pastime: Asking roommate questions Favorite Expression: "How do you spell . . . ? Ambition: To get a sports car U Tom enjoys sports and is a valuable member of the cross country and track teams. He is a good student and maintains a consistently high aver- age. Science will be his major in college. His extra-curricular activities during his three years at Stony Brook have been Art Class, Rifle Club, and Debating Club. He is a good worker and a real likeable guy. Tom is re to be a ,seuccess A NJ' .' I J throughout goyege and xbjy bf X Nfl- f ,fs -. , s ' t Y we , I '1 sv' are-eff , ,Q ct -fl Q " -ff f ,I , 'sr .1 .Q ,.,l , ' i ' . t, .mx . -.. .I I - ix Q ' Arif ff 4 A A. C? mir- by A NJ' . ., ,,,. A-if K iv 1 M 3 , ,gp r Nw' flu., was I ii' I '-3, IOM DEREK ARTHUR KELLY Appearance: Emaciated Haitian Likes: Latin-American music Dislikes: Going to breakfast Pastime: Body building Favorite Expression: "The heck with it." Ambition: Missionary The fair Caribbean's contribution to the class of '59 is Derek Kelly. Since he came to Stony Brook three years ago, he has been active in the Rifle, Audio-visual, and Christian Activities clubs. He works hard at his studies and maintains good marks. After graduation, Derek plans to attend Ottawa University, where he will major in lan- guage in preparation for the South American mission Held. PHILIP LEA LORD, JR. Appearance: The after in a hair restorer ad Likes: War movies Dislikes: Bare walls Pastime: Passing time Favorite Expression: "What's the meaning of this outrage?" Ambition: To own a hunting lodge in the Adirondacks Phil came to us in his junior year from a small town in upstate New York. He has been on the cross country and track teams and was a member of the Fencing Club, the Band, and the Chapel Choir. He enjoys listening to both classical and popular music. Phil likes to travel, and he gets plenty of it as manager of the cross country team. He plans to major in English in college. 97 yr, ,.1,,, ,,.,.,,f4i-shi 0.14 if--,fy . ' HUGH ROSS MACCALLUM Appearance: Rather good looking Likes: Mrs. Eckert's cooking Dislikes: P.A.D. essays Pastime: Playing the bagpipes Favorite expression: "What do you think?" Ambition: To fill cavities Ross, our notable Scottish exchange student, comes to us from Manchester, England. He is an excellent athlete, having been on the varsity rugger, track, and lacrosse teams in England, and a top runner on our cross country team. Besides this, he is a consistent honor roll student and underclassmen editor for the Res Gestae. His win- ning personality, helping hand, and quick wit will be valuable assets throughout his life. BRUCE I. MARGANOFF Appearance: Teddy boy Likes: Hunting Dislikes: Not going home on weekends Pastime: Going home on weekends Favorite Expression: ". . . or something . . ." Ambition: Conservationist Bruce, one of the four year men in the class, is an avid hunter. As you would expect, he is active in the Rifle Club. He is also a member of the Audio-visual Club. He has lettered in football and wrestling and is a steady worker on the weights in track. He can always be counted on for a remark of some sort, whether opportune or not. We wish him the best of luck in all that he does. g fc-1.v-w ' "H " '99 NIJ 2- pq . 87, 17-s-4. Q"ful'-1-Q cx7t"PS lv-s JOSEPH ANDREW MCDONALD, JR. Appearance: Piggy Likes: Letters from Sharon Dislikes: Inadequate supplies of food Pastime: Listening to classical music Favorite Expression: "Well yes, but . . ." Ambition: To bolt down screwy nuts C psychologist Q joe, a native of Argentina, has now been at Stony Brook for four years. His sporting interests in- clude swimming and cycling as well as football and track. The Student Library Committee boasts of Joe as one of its members as do the Debating Society, the Tract Committee, and the Chapel Choir. Joe hopes to attend Wheaton College or Johns Hopkins University with the goal of be- coming a child psychologist. PHILLIP BENSON MCLEOD Appearance: Drag strip artist Likes: Race-track sounds in hi-fi Dislikes: Classical music Pastime: Mocking Siegel Favorite Expression: "Close the door!" Ambition: Veterinarian Phil came to us last year from Floral Park. Since then he has been active in football, the Rifle Club, and the Securities Club. He is also one of the business managers for this year's Res Gestae. Horseback riding is one of his favored pastimes when at home, as is driving his '51 jaguar. We wish him success in all that he may do. mb +"'!"f'b gun---" JOSEPH EDMUND MILLS, III Appearance: The man with the flamboyant smile . Likes: Fencing Dislikes: Unfavorable criticism of fencing Pastime: Disputing merits of Ivy colleges Favorite Expression: "Hal Ha! Ha!" Ambition: National fencing champ J oe, a day boy and a five-year man, with his ever- present smile is always to be found engaged in some sort of activity either good or bad. He has stood out not only in his schoolwork but also in his outside activities. He has been class repre- sentative, editor of the Blue and White, a member of the Chapel Choir and other organizations. Joe hopes to go to Princeton in preparation for be- coming a brain surgeon. p f , wi' lf if im -5' wif? 27, if it f AJ . p so , f- ' i fr YJU .W WY of gr of U , ILLIA ' EDWARD NEBLETT p ce:xlraveling salesman if Li es:Sl ping late r fNDislik .- ing to bed on time D If s ' e: Getting picked on lip sf ori te Expression: "Help, roommate!" Ambition: To beat up roommate, Green, or Turano In his three years at Stony Brook, Bill has been very much in demand for various committees, especially those decorating for parties. Besides his work on these, he enjoys outdoor activities, especially hunting and fishing. After he graduates from Stony Brook, he plans to go on to college, where he will stu to he a veterinarian. 'slim Q W " cl SAMUEL AUSTIN OLSON Appearance: A typical Venezuelan Likes: To maul Rip Van Winkle people Dislikes: Rip Van Winkle people Pastime: Getting frustrated Favorite Expression: "Just cut it out!" Ambition: To win an argument with his roommate Hailing from Caracas, Venezuela, Sam has been with us for two years. He studies very hard, main- taining an honor roll average, but he manages to find the time to read and practice the piano a lot. His many activities include the Christian Ac- tivities Club, the Art Class, the Chapel Choir, and the Spanish Club. He is fluent in Spanish as well as English. We wish him the best of luck through- out his life. , XJU' fi M' be Ur Sv yi 0 1 w Wee 1 , . Q , . , N' S45-X 0'f1'. 9w"D4X ckgbvu Ex 1 Q D5 1,3 U35 f fl ff' w 'if Sfiwixff' ,jr:HiiioDoRE CHARLES My NEWMAN, JR. Appearance: Marlboro man Likes: Shelter Island girls Dislikes: Slow cars Pastime: Driving not-so-slow cars Favorite Expression: "You never know." Ambition: Physician Ted came to us this year from Flushing, Long Island. He enjoys hunting with his bow and driv- ing his DeSoto on vacations. Ted's major sport is golf, at which he is rather good. His favorite courses are those in history and science. He plans to go on to Wesleyan College after he leaves Stony Brook. A. , -qi. Ag - -912-.., -..Q TAD. 7.1 v T 1 on vgsjid-,Txw 0 Mx , F p -9 and L tgiifb 1 x!'kA9.h',-. x V-'5 V N A S gxgi-.4.,"5 s Iii, 1 " :A X 3 " I :bv t Sq- QW.. """' I' CJ . , ," " - ' fra' 'Q i , fl-ps NATHAN SHEPARD PITTMAN Appearance: Iungle bunny Likes: Fiddling with hi-fi set Dislikes: Empty mail box Pastime: Daydreaming during evening study Favorite Expression: "Holy mackerel, roommate!" Ambition: Electronics engineer Cross country and track have been Nate's main athletic interests at Stony Brook. He has been a varsity runner on each. Nate has also been active in the Christian Activities Club and the Securities Club. He has sung with the Chapel Choir and was the major organizer of the Senior Quartet. After graduation from Stony Brook, Nate plans to major in electronics engineering in college. His fine singing voice and his willingness to par- ticipate will be missed by the school when he leaves. 1 v' 1 N Qwy 55,9 ff 0,2 KVVQN 6 , L , wMjN"JSil1'lUART ALLEN ROON EY Appearance: Depraved squirrel Likes: Waterskiing Dislikes: Unfair remarks about his boat Pastime: Cutting corners Favorite Expression: "Let's move it!" Ambition: Wealthy hobo Stu has been a day boy with the class of '59 for five years. He has done well scholastically, having been a steady member of the honor roll. He has been editor of the Blue and White and has par- ticipated in many club activities. Stu was also no stranger to the athletic fields, taking part in cross country, basketball, baseball, and tennis. He plans to go on to engineering or nuclear science. We wish him the best of luck. "M" to mr W. so mu-4 M 5-on? QP we Dada, Ughq did Q00 no-UQ ear ,Jr gout QA college. le 0 E. ERIC SIMO SAUKKONEN Appearance: Lady killer Likes: Anything and everything Dislikes: Thoughtless females Pastime: Shaving Favorite Expression: "But Dr. Mahoney, I won't get hurt!" Ambition: To stay in one piece For the past three years, Ric has been an all- 'round member of the class of '59, Injuries have kept him from gridiron play, but he has lettered in basketball and baseball. His extra-curricular activities include co-editorship of the activities section of the yearbook, Rifle Club, and member- ship in the Student Advisory Committee. In his spare moments, Ric can usually be found in the gym, sharpening up his basketball touch. We wish him the best of luck. ri-AEP, R soya rs... ri GEORGE HENRY SCHOENBAUM, JR. Appearance: Worn toothbrush Likes:.Trouble Dislikes: Getting caught Pastime: Getting up early Favorite Expression: "I've got to get up early!" Ambition: Bridge champ For the past live years George has excelled at Stony Brook both in his studies and in athletics. Besides maintaining an honor roll average, George is the Res Gestae's sports editor and has been guard on the varsity football squad for two years. He is also active in the Christian Activities Club, the judo Club, and the Debating Club. We are sure that his determination will help him to be successful in whatever he does. A , Www we W Awww W A , p A, ,f Ji ml fifl w3f'W miwwb M! 6, L-Vwfl 91 Brom? 'JQANFO '1 'zgzggf f' L, JR. ? I 6 . ' ' gJZ7,jNJ'g4ppe nce: a scie tis in disgu se MANJ Pas e: Beingdifferent , i FaevE0f? sg0n.-'foh,we11." VA,,W.A A fl MM i ion: o live fo s Stony f Vi efficiently f If "" ' Since he came to Stony Brook in his freshman year, John has distinguished himself scholas- tically, having won many awards in recognition of his achievements. He has taken an active part in athletics, lettering in cross country. John was an excellent shot in the Rifle Club and a member of the Chapel Choir, the Band, and the Audio- visual club. He plans to continue his education at R.P.I. or M.I.T. His eagerness to serve the Lord should be a valuable asset in his life. , Metro gpctcxg AM QU-A-1 Qgvwseofvvk Q.01.QQ1:M3s,l3 . RAYMOND WILLIA Appearance: Bashful beachcomber Likes: Cake Dislikes: Hard cross country practices Pastime: Raiding Siegel's pantry Favorite Expression: "Sir, two more miles?" Ambition: To cut practice Ray, from nearby Setauket, has been a day stu- dent at Stony Brook for four years. He is a mem- ber of the Rifle Club, the Securities Club, and the Student Library Committee. Ray is also very active in sports. He has been a key member of the varsity cross country team for three years and the track team for two years. We give our best wishes to Ray and hope that he may have suc- cess in whatever he sets out do to. W 'IV' K S 'Q L ' if if 'lv .' I ll ' 3 li , 0- 1 y ll 5 Q ' Q tr v A AW fl,-7' gl N THEODORE HERBERT SIEGEL Appearance: Seagull Likes.' Cowboy boots Dislikes: Food snatchers Pastime: Horseback riding Favorite Expression: "Ray, got the car Sunday?" Ambition: To Hy Ted, a live year man, is a native of Brooklyn. His skill as an artist puts his services very much in demand whenever we have a party or an athletic contest. He is a valuable member of the baseball and wrestling teams. His continual supply of cakes Chis father owns a bake shopj is much appreciated by his friends. We wish him the best in all that he does, in college and beyond. +-ex 't xx I ki 1 f .x SYDNEY MERVYN SINCLAIR, II Appearance.' Worse than Schoenbaum Likes.' Full mailbox Dislikes: Early rising Pastime: Writing letters Favorite Expression: "What, me worry?" Ambition: Biologist Tim Sinclair came to us from Williamsport, Penn- sylvania, this year. He has proven himself an asset to the class of '59 with his geniality and in- grained sense of humor. He played guard on the varsity football squad and was a member of the Rifle and Judo clubs. After graduating from Stony Brook, Tim plans to go on to college to major in either biology or chemistry. - la-91 s 0 ful, or 5""'4: lg ' "" ' EBVGARD LUMSDEN SMITH I W ' - ' Y an ' fda v DQ sy , r.Ills4fa lu! "'." " I .,w'Ma. 7 ' 7 ag L v " Atal! R95 O -is 04 In ,v"' x. ' I ' ' I, Jr' -'v 5 5 D ' I ,, a1llVS" 1 x I I, hy. b,o'Xllv fb Appearance: Southern gentleman Likes: Girls Dislikes.' Empty mailbox Pastime: Cleaning up his room Favorite Expression: "No sweat" Ambition: To make Stony Brook a Con- federate outpost Since he first came to this school two years ago, Ed has been well liked by everyone. As well as being a leader scholastically, he has participated in a well-rounded athletic program, proving him- self a valuable member of the football, wrestling, and track teams. He is also active in several clubs. His warm personality will be a valuable asset to him. We all wish him the best of luck. l , T. "ii 1. I ' X 3 tx ,,,-fx I z 'X X .-grxxxs' .1 QXMX .K 5, ki., ' pq 1 -:X " X9 H ,, . t il X Q XD ' brit X or ' .R X M, 'x Q ,uhm X ..- it 1. 1 5- Y g X r' tl 'A' .x .W 1 . K ' My x. . Q N LESTER JOHN SOGORKA, JR. Appearance: Confused spider monkey Likes: Wrestling-bed or otherwise Dislikes: Being called a confused spider monkey Pastime: Instigating better trouble Favorite Expression: "That's t-u-f-f." Ambition: To wake up before bed time Since he entered in his freshman year, Les has participated in many of the activities of the school. He is vice-president of the Christian Activities Club, a member of the Church Board, and a member of the Debating Club. Les was the Ivy League wrestling champion at his weight in his sophomore and junior years and a member of the cross country and track squads. He plans to go to Franklin and Marshall College to major in biology and minor in English. 1 I 'sj,!. "3 ',go'Il In-644.1 4s"N I 1 3- -535 ,pl Ol! ,p,l..ofbf!f.' J D1 HZIAJC ' ,., - I 'fit' lj "' l 'duff -1, f,,4iA7e'A, jak fy Ze, 41511 Y "yd .1-"Q ' Q! A-,,.,v, A! Lf. ff. - C ARLES EDWARD f SWEENEY, JR. Appearance: Southern evangelist if Likes: Peanut butter Dislikes: All girls except Diane Pastime: Looking for trouble Favorite Expression: "Hey, stupid!" Ambition: To teach Bible 5 Chick came to us this year from Haddonfield, New jersey. He quickly established himself as a popular member of the class. He played hard on the football team and took part in several extra- curricular activities in places of responsibility. He was a member of the staff of the Blue and White and the Christian Activities Club. He plans to go to Lehigh or Clarkson and study to be an engineer. I N CHIEN CHING TU Appearance: Chinese waiter Likes: American wage scale Dislikes: North American winters Pastime: Being late Favorite Expression: "The trouble is . . . Ambition.' To electrify Brazil Coming to us this year from Sao Paulo, Brazil, where he attended the Colegio Mackensie, Charlie has adapted himself well to Stony Brook life. He has proved himself a valuable member of the Art Club. He plans to major in electrical engineering in an American technical college and then return to Brazil. We are sure he will do well with his diligent attitude. Y, J f' Jn-f'x't1,,4.vvx -1' ix- ' .r"'J K Y O , , X f l JN" "J 'is' I 'B 'N 1' V V5 'Q' - .- V- n X C fl 4 f5l.,,,Jg,b -...Jw ESL . ' A N l V gi-3 I. 1 X' 1 N ILX, Q, QR, s use . .W-. t ,' U V ' x"f 5,5 'T .1 PQ.,,5i,,:r'HEoDoRE,qA,frL1RANcQL, 4 Wk! ance: Teddy bear , 01p A Nd, 4 . rg ' Li N ' o defend Greeny X . ikes: People who leave doors open N 1' ,i astime: Writing letters to girl xx! Favorite Expression: "Were you born in a barn? " Ambition.' Hotel manager Paul came to us in his junior year from Rockville Centre, where he won his varsity letter in wres- tling in his sophomore year. He has excelled on our football, wrestling, and tennis teams. Paul is president of the Securities Club and is active in several others. His dynamic personality is very much appreciated by his classmates. We wish Paul all the luck in the world in whatever he does. HARLEY REGINALD WALKER, JR. Appearance: Brook's Man Likes: His proverb Dislikes: Being japped Pastime: Writing: remunerative or otherwise Favorite Expression: "In justice doth the pure heart delight." Ambition: Professional man Harley, hailing from the Union's second largest state, has excelled scholastically by consistently ranking in the top two deciles of the class. His classmates expressed their confidence in him when they elected him co-editor of the 1959 Res Gestae. His activities have not only been aca- demicg participating in Frosh football, J. V. track, Varsity cross-country, and Varsity football, Har- ley has developed his athletic ability. We antici- pate his success in whatever vocation he follows. -If M? N ,- ,Qjh g Biggest Brains Coane, J., Setchell 'fre i, 5 M , in.. 5 , -6' A ' A ' . , W V W, V X 95 A 1 vb . f A K , ,kirg .. E ' I i'-A B Done Most For Stony Brook ,xv f johnson, Fenton jffzff , 1 fg i 'ff T gf no ,M I L 1 A , f B W i B11 ,4 :J NY .Q 5 ' Q3 fi ng, v ,-, We ,4 "f . fi a 1 V , , . f My Q ' V A N' '...2' Biggest Appetites Gillan, Herbert Best Dressed N eblett, Walker 'I06 we r r Q 1 ,g W M M5 U M 2 w Class Hackers ' r f a Hardy, Dobler as f Q ! I T. 5 1 r 22 32 i s 'A" X! X f mx fiuwsr 15 E Exif 511191 9,21 r ' - 2 r w ' l 5 S F5 sfzgiwxifngljxii Q .2 TVW4ifTWflK1. fs f' rf 1' 1 w 'V 354 H Best Builds PM 4 'D , , , f x 3, x Y-X25 . K' Doblet, Albert W 'A Vrwa,,K L T3 ,A A. f f ,,.. 7 me sw 7- we 'ff 3 1.42 ,?.f V,,, Z 1 " fi r rir f r -1 iQf2,"' in Q Lazlest A Corwin, Hardy h ' A r g! '42 V r 2 w -'s' 1 3 gs 2 3 ig ff Most Likely To Succeed Setchell, johnson 'IO7 I 4 Noisiest Hardy, Dobler First To Be Married Turano, Sweeney Most Popular johnson, Coane, C. Biggest Browns Walker, Schoenbaum v ULN . V I ff 3 ?"' Q a .Q F .xx W-NW XXX Sloppiest Sogorka, Corwin Best Looking MacCa1Ium, Gillan Most Typical Smith, Gillan Best Roommates Turano, Green iifyibj fgiv'fw1's1 1 , A W. .. .- W1 , A ng, . Fffii? l Ax- far., Lf,.-, Q28 5. s Y. r 5 r , if If 5 W,,. Dail Grind SEPTEMBER 16-Sh-boom and Dobler rooming together againg Walt gives George a one-cracker salute. 17-Albert trots to the paddock for four units. 2 1-Seniors attend Sunday breakfast, but Parker gets Saturday night bath. 23-Varsity football team scrimmages Smithtown. Makes good showing. 24--Seniors find new Limey a swell classmate. 25-Dr. Gaebelein tests deductive reasoning: All fish swimg Gillan swimsg therefore Gillan must be a fish-wrong. 26-Epidemic of summer hits: Doctor prescribes re- moval of jackets. 2 7--Green and Smith lapse into an "alcoholic stupor" -fools whole dorm. 28-Pardoned Seniors sleep in this morning. OCTOBER 1-Yearbook pictures taken today-Springer, "no shows!" 2-Seniors recuperate from Dr. Rosenberger's third- chapter test. 4-Stony Brook scouts St. Mary's. 5-Res Gestae co-editors and Hardy summount the watertower to mediate on world situation. 6--johnson defends title with seven seconds flat but bows to Coane in other respects. 7-Joe's still up to his old tricks again! 8-Strength of Defenders over estimated as proved by defeat at the hands of La Salle. 11-Brookers played Hackley todayg and, well, they tried. 12-Gillan over-estimates the buying power of a dollar. 14-Sh-boom invited to leave Chem. Lab. 15-R.S.V.P.'s at Mr. Hershey's office. 16-P.C. gives Mr. Burton and Mr. Stewart a lesson in table etiquette in the gym. 17-S.B. vs. Poly-well, maybe another day! 20-The Free Weekend returns a haggard brood to the S.B. campus. 21-Extemporaneous speeches were given today, re- sulting in an amusing victory for Ron Hamilton. 22-Chem. Lab. experiences grand explosion. 23-Lewis mysteriously absent from Chem. Lab. !4-Beat Horace Mann. !5-"If Dreams Came True?" !6-Walker satiates great thirst-regurgitates. Z7-P.A.D. class attends Rockefeller campaign. 51-Last day of the monthg nothing very exciting happens. Little Boy Blew All right, go ahead please! NOVEMBER 1-First school-wide party of the year a great suc- cess. 2-Kelly is the first of the seniors to be accepted at college. 3-Corwin takes advantage of first faculty meeting as he slams Hopkins with 12 units. Huh, Van? 4-Talkafeller and Ham 'N' Rye hold big political rally here on campus. 5-MacCallum has his drawers turned upside down. Who did it, Green? 6-Tonight the Frog hops on Green and Pittman. Pittman assailedg Green retaliates and receives eight. 7-Cross-Country team gives West Point a good fight. 8-Reluctant biologists have to stay to hear a lec- ture on Penguins' habits. 9-Roy Thompson gives his testimony in evening chapel. 11-Veterans Day . . . P.C. pledges the Christian ffag in chapel. What happened? 13-S.B. wins a very close triangular meet between Huntington and Seton Hall. The first six break the course record. 15-Cross-Country team wins Ivy League champion- ship. The football team loses to Riverdale, but Dobler makes his first T.D. of the season! 17-Hegeman has its first fire drill of the year. Hardy startled from the bathroom of room 20. 18-Green inspires "after lights" room change. Mr. Lockerbie makes six of the offenders run in the rain. a 5:51, f 7 :Mfr What Corvette? 19-Mr. Lockerbie is ill. Tu-tu-tu. 22-In spite of loss to Friends in football, Seniors enjoy themselves at their bowling party. 23-The new members of the church are accepted today. 24-We had general inspection today, didn't we, Gen- eral?"""!"'! 25-Seniors leave for the Thanksgiving holidays. 26-Underclassmen leave. DECEMBER 1-Dr. Paul Rees starts his special meetings today. 5-Arriving late, the "Lieutenant" demands ventila- tion of Senior Bible classroom. 6-The "Icicle League" is snowed out today. It just breaks their hearts. Sob, Sob- i 7-Mr. Lokerbie levies vehicle duty on Hegeman Hall residents. 8--Nothing happened today. We heard someone swear, that's all. 9-Varsity basketball team wins its first game by defeating La Salle. 10-Buford Gilcrease, III, receives his American Bible Society labels today. ll-Dr. Nord probes the inner sanctum of the mind of the Class of '59, 12--First Communion Service of the year. 15-General inspection again. Lots of fun, wasn't it? 17-Christmas Service held tonight, followed by re- freshments in each dorm. 18-Good little boys go home for Christmas vacation. 19-The rest leave. 20-Corwin and Albert leave. Gather 'roun' cats! i f5f'?fffE3Y5' Otis, think fast! JANUARY 6-Much mourning on campus as classes start again. 7-The top ten return in worst shape. Isn't that right, Coane? 9-Hegeman Hall helps MacCal1um celebrate his 18th birthday. 10--Juniors have a tremendous class party--Seniors are invited to leave. 11-Schulert informs us that he has been a mission- ary's son for six years. 14-Mr. Lockerbie starts teaching us "Worthy is the Lamb," for graduation. 15-Following the concert by the Brice Trio, Seniors burn the midnight candle in trying to complete Bible term papers. 17-The basketball team loses to Riverdale. Seniors have a wild night as proved when Neblett and Green stumbled in. But sympathetic B.D. over- looked their plight. 19-Athletic Awards given today. Green receives football trophy, and Lingle receives cross coun- try trophy. 20-Otis turns white with fright as the can comes tumbling down. 21-Lord composes: The Spirit is Willing, But . . . The night was cold and bleak outside But inside things were popping. A can shot down the third floor stairs And set the masters hopping. LANKY up and in! The noise aroused but half the dorm Yet how enraged the masters, Who being trackmen were quite quick To move to snare the dastards. "Everyone out" the cry rang shrill. And boys found trouble rousing. But ere the clock had struck again, They all had left their housing. Interrogation, third degree, To shame us to confession. But when this psycho didn't work, They soon forsook the session. All was fine, tho not for long, For the fire gong soon resounding, Brought the seething mob down the stairs Their sleep-starved hearts hard pounding. We all were likened to the jackass And other things unmentionable And all the time the milling mass Cried, "It was unintentional." A pause to let poor Otis pass, All hats were off to him. For recently a can did fly, Near tore him limb from limb. But after Mr. L. had yelled, And Mr. D. had burned, The stumbling, sleepless bodies, To their frozen slabs returned. Stil booted, slept for 'twas foretold The gong would sound anew. This time they barely had the strength Who rang the bell? To crawl the hallway through. And down the stairs and up again- Would this thing never stop? But still the culprit is at large. The psycho was a flop. The haggard, moaning wretches Once more go seek their dens Traversing halls' broad stretches Pensive o'er their sins. Ah, sleep at last, O blessed sleep, Oh, that t'wou1d never end. No longer may we stay in bed, It is "those bells" my friend. 22-Faculty meets again-Campus relaxes. 24-Ash-can culprits own up, third iioor is put off "off bounds." --Fee, Fee, fie, lie, fo, fo, foom, Mr. Fenton smells smoke in the boiler room. -Deale and Pittman "no show" for an easy Bible exam. How's the vacation, boys? -Some of us will pass!! -Some of us will Hunk!! Isn't that right, Carver and Robert? --The seniors leave for the free weekend. FEBRUARY -What are the principles of the Boys' Club of America, Harley? --Bible term papers are returned, much to the Seniors dismay. "Newman, I want to see you 'ff Whoom, Whoom, Whoom! 5-Turano makes history as being the first to leave history class this year. 6-Van starts reducing by running 5 miles at 6 o'clock this morning. Pacher reduces by letting off steam. "What did you say, Pacher?" 7--School party delegation goes to St. Mary's once again. Many boys find the lovely little creatures just as sweet as last time. 8-Delegation returns from the three days confer- ence at Buckhill Falls. 9-Mr. Johnson walks into 3rd iioor trap in Hege- man. He sets off a mechanism which causes many ash-cans to tumble. Made a lot of noise, didn't it, Dobler, Turano? 11--Ex-Cohen gangster, Jim Voss, preaches in Cha- pel. He tells of his past experiences, his con- version and lastly of his present services. Every- one found the talk to be most beneficial. 12-Milk break is resumed. Neblett locks himself up in the closet for fear of the wrath of one most angry Paul Turano. I don't blame you, Paul, I wou1dn't like anyone to call my girl friend a "short, fat momma." 14-Treiber wires his door knob with a hot spark. Felt good, didn't it Browny? Some wise guys used it to light lirecrackers. Works perfectly. 16-joe MacDonald has his dresser drawers turned upside down and a little Ajax sprinkled into his sheets. Where's the dirty limey? 16-The results of the College Board Tests have returned. Mr. Goldberg advises that more col- after class." H4 leges be considered. 17-Some Seniors engage in a mud throwing contest. But Sir, the baby screamed first! 8 Jimmy Coane is badly beaten. Abramson, that's a nice job of developing you did on MacCal- lum's pictures. Don't you think we should put them on display? 18--MacCallum and Neblett plant a lit sulphur can- dle in Herbert's room. Third floor sustains simu- lated gastritis attack. 20-Today the Seniors portray the "Beat Genera- tion" as they march into Bible class. The good Doctor did not approve. Do you see? 2 1--Trinity beats Stony Brook badly in basketball. 22-Mr. Ward, Tom Gillan, Kitchen, Hamilton and Newton each give a full detailed report on some one part of the "Buckhill" Falls conference. 23-Artie died of a heart attack Sunday night. His funeral is held in the chapel this afternoon. 24-Flu strikes hard again this year-thirty live boys reported absent. MARCH -During chapel this evening, Mr. Gill showed us slides of the Venture for Victory basketball team in the Orient. 9-General inspection todayg Johnson declines par- 11 12 1 2 4 5 Ed's feeling good. ticipation. -The yearbook class poll pictures are taken to- night. -All the students leave for vacation. Mr. Dodd breaks up a casino in Johnson's room prior to departure. APRIL -Green pulls an April fool's joke on Dr. Gaebelein as he calls Phebe a sorceress. -Johnson and MacCallum represent Stony Brook at Port jefferson Gym Night. --Sun shines on Track team as the relay team runs time trials for the Penn Relays. -In this evening's chapel slides are shown of the Passion Play given every ten years at the small German village of Oberamagau. 6-Mr. Soerheide starts off Missionary Emphasis Week by talking to us in morning chapel. 7-Ray Buker continues by telling us about West Pakistan. 8-Mr. Chen, Mr. Pallis, and Mr. David represent- ing the Phillipines, Greece, and Pakistan respec- tively hold a discussion in chapel. 9-The seniors have a wonderful dinner at Dr. Gaebelein's. 10-Dr. Rosenberger drops his "plate." Walker gets 'I'I5 kicked out of history class by giving the definition of an athletic supporter. Senior Director James Albert J John Alexander ohn Fenton Edward Brown Richard Green Thomas ' Charles Doo Charles Doyle Hugh Davi ert Thomas Hunter Steve Johnson Derek Kelly Philip Lord MacCa1lum Senior Dlreotor Bruce Marganoff McDonald McLeod Joseph Mills William Neblett Theodore Newman Samuel Olson Nathan Pittman Stuart Rooney Eric Saukkonen ADVERTISEMENTS The staff of the 1959 RES GESTAE and the class of 1959 are not without sincere gratitude to our advertising pa- trons, who have made this publication possible. Thank you! ll '0"0K?Q0H656"4?l010G051?0 G010f401 Olnpdnlenfd 0 flue Kfafm 0 7 960 Peter Rowland Barmonde Robert Louis Barnett Phillip Mark Bonard Robert William Brown Lincoln Chen Daniel Davidenko Alexander Ralph DeBello Lyman Gayle Dimond Richard G. Duffy Gary Alan Dunkelberger James Richard Durham, Jr. Raymond E. Ellis Robert Barrie Ferguson Peder Carl Fick John K. Fitch, III Keith Gamboa Herbert Carl Geiss Edmund William Hafner 9 Ronald Edwin Hamilton A. Otis Hegner Jonathan Clemmens Hescock john Frederick Huber jeffrey D. E. Jeffries Peter Macartney Jones Sami Asam Kanani James L. Keener Donald E. Kencke ?C9K7f0200f 0bG7C0ff0K02G0V0061!0'f00S0 'I 20 james Gordon Kitchen, III Conrad F. Koehler, Jr. Frederick William Krupp john William Lewis Ralph A. Lingle, Jr. Paul H. McClanahan, Jr. Douglas Alan McLean Robert Walter Nass Stephen Edward Newton Daniel Dwight Olson Bruce S. Parker Geoffrey Fraser Perrin Samuel Eldrige Peters Arthur William Phillips William Joseph Poate Edward Kingsbury Redington Leland Purdy Reineke Frederick Rodgers Ralph Siefken Daniell R. Spear Peter Barth Treiber J. Peter Violi Franklin Bradley Watkins William C. Weller Stephen T. Whitney James C. Wyrtzen 40"-0'0Q02f05'?10v'01'01f01'-02'040N026'16PK0N0-10N02'0f6f Steve Abramson Steve Bourn Bill Brown Calvin Butler Ronald Choate David Cloos Dennis Daiker James Felix George Foster John Frykenberg Ken Garnsey Roy Grady Ronald Greeley David Haines Sidney Hartiens Dennis Harto omla imenffi 0 -Ml. like Cfaaa 0 1961 Ted Hiscox David Johnson Eric Kessel Chris Knecht Dick Kuo Jack Leax Bob Luth Steve Luyben Bob Mackenzie Tony Marco Read McLean John Myers Frank Norris Bruce Osthues Dick Pierce Ronald Race Arnold Raudenbush x7'5517'-?'Q05 055C0Pi7'?'07'-0555'0"0K0 121 Fred Riester james Richardson john Roederer James Scarlata Sanford Schulert Gary Severson Chester Sherman Bob Spilman Louis Szabados Dick Timmons Bob Vande Kappelle Bruce Wardell John Wolffe Geoffrey Woods Jack Young Ned Young IC -0'f7G0-'01'0'G0410I'0'G0' Compliments of THE BANK llli' SUFFIILH IIIIIUNTY STONY BROOK, N. Y. Member Federal Reserve System - Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporal Blilnsonhurst 6-0744 Theo. Siegel, Prop Compliments of SIEBEHS BAKERY 7821 17th AVENUE BROOKLYN 14, N. Y. SC 0"'?0Y 122 :S 00000ww00wa0 '01-0201051 BEST WISHES FOR BRIGHT HORIZONS . . . T0 THE SENIOR CLASS OF STONY BROOK SCHOOL FROM GYRODYNE COMPANY OF AMERICA, Inc. 5 The Model XRON-l Rotorcycle was developed by Gyrodyne for important military uses under contract to the United States Navy. 9 9 BRIGHT HORIZONS also await Technical, Mechanical - 5 and Administrative personnel who qualify for a career 9 E with GYRODYNE. 5 5 9 9 C YROD XNE E COJWJANY OF AJIERICA, INC 5 SAINT JAMES, LONG ISLAND, NEW YORK 5 3 '6Leaders in Coaxial Helicopter Development" flcwwwfafawawfeacaw-fawwwaowwemafa 'I23 4'-0W0N0'-Q0K0"0 40N7'6"K?'-010 rr Lf' , -' .af 3 Q ,V,- I ff' S0 extra at Houqldm? HOUGHTON COLLEGE. frdins The whole personality for the whole of life! O Academic accreditation O Consecrated faculty O Vibrant spiritual environment be fully prepared - a thoroughly fumished workman! HOUGI-ITON COLLEGE I-IOUGI-ITON, NEW YORK JOHN'S BARGAIN STORE Keep It Cool SEVERSON 8: MYERS SMITHTOWN SHOE REPAIR 4 MAIN STREET lwest of Theatre! SMITHTOWN, L. I., N. Y. SMITHTOWN ARMY 81 NAVY STORE SMITHTOWN, N. Y. MAYDAG'S STONY BROOK TAVERN NO. COUNTRY ROAD On 25A Opp. L.I.R.R. Station 0061f720K0'10Y I 24 O. B. DAVIS, Inc. F urnizure and Undertaking PORT JEFFERSON, N. Y. E 5 5 "0'0-'0 '0N710"01'0"0f0"0N0 -'0'10P'0"01'02'0'h0K0'0f'0K0'K?10"0Y0f'-0'-"71? '0'-0"-0 567-1010 IN LOVING MEMORY OF J!-IME5 EDWIN IIIIANE, JH. GIVEN BY HIS FAMILY Stony Br B!-IYLES STIINY BHIIIIH LUMBEH IIIIHP Lumber . . . Millwork . . . Mason Materials NO., COUNTRY ROAD ' STONY BROOK, N Y. 'I X 000000 HEMPSTEZIIJ MACHINE WUHHS, Inc. 268 N. Franklin Street Phone Hempstead IVanhoe 3-9250 Truck and Industrial Parts Distributors Complete Custom Engine Rebuilding Machine Shop Jobbing COMPLIMENTS C""'P'i"'e"'S OF of Mr. and Mrs. BEN J. DUFFY SMITHTOWN TRAVEL BUREAU WOLF'S SPORT SHOP, Inc Eric Kessel, Owner 282 Sunrise Highway - Rockville Centr ROckville Centre 6-5328 - 9 103 EAST MAIN STREET SMITHTOWN, N. Y. 134 W. Main Street - Bay Shore Mohawk 5-0033 54-8 Central Avenue - Cedarhurst CEdarhurst 9-3440 ig?'9G0' 0'0'47171?'0' 126 'sf' s Lx f H , if? f ' I 3 .M V a ,bg X Q 'I 7 I x ,fas- 4 vi, -' Vs. 3 4-0W0N0-ZNQI0 N COMPLIMENTS C O M P L I M E N T S OF O F 5? JAKOBSON SHIPYARD, Inc. Mr. and Mrs. OYSTER BAY, N. Y. Port Jefferson 8-0555 GRover 5-0270 H. POrt Jefferson 9-0333 SWEZEY FUEL CO. Q F uel Oils - Complete Heating Systems V Burner Sales 8 Sel'ViCC BEACH STREET Inc' PORT JEFFERSON, N. Y. "A Complete 1 Domestic and International Service 1-.101-1 V 406 MAIN STREET PORT JEFFERSON, L. I., N. Y. RIDER AVENUE PATCHOGUE, N. Y. ! 0202011010-f0'0-10-f01'0K0 128 '0'N0'0-100'-0f'0 COMPLIMENTS TO THE Class of 1959 Mr. and Mrs. ALLEN B. WHITNEY D. T. BAYLES 8: SONS, Inc. HARDWARE and HOUSEWARES STONY BROOK, N. Y. COMPLIMENTS OF Dr. and Mrs. VICTOR ROSENTHAL Students can be a positive testimony for Jesus Christ through the distribu- tion of gospel tracts. "Ye shall he witnesses unto me" applies to ALL Christians. Write for samples of our leaiiets, through which you can become an effective soul winner. Young folks will be especially interested in our sports and testimony series. AMERICAN TRACT SOCIETY 513 WEST 166th STREET NEW YORK 32, N. Y. W! V.: A fb! 7 45 1 2. 1 Q 5 fliiayggu ,k wfhf ?q? 54 asf? ig?-if 5. gkigi fk?QVf i k . in 'V Lf 5 1' . m ,+ Wi Mk -1gfL K " " Vt ' Zn-.-52, M , , -. . ::. .f"6 l 1.x Si- X4 22 fi W Q wi faiiiigv 2 N. Qu wp, S' 95534 9 Q X el 2 Q . m ' 3 ,yy K, ' M 2 11,5 . j f : , . Ex..'-:.' 'L EE gi siag- 5 5 , , .- sr xiii? 335 W A LI, fg., ls 1: 'Wy i I 7i4W?mHxgimiM'W fr i , wwwmwvehimww f 1fQ'SM55i:2?'fl1Qff ff ff' E Q figivwnvgwww ? 3 ' Mi' ' . W V 5553 if , is W iifiiff 6 .V , " H 'M -Qtqfiwifiiigf Him I 5 , ifwwavfia Q lfsl, r -. 6 1,2 f3o': 3 X, H A Q.51',c"Q . . Q 1 .. f ' L, f N A ,gat M' K H P 'haf , . ,f e""w I 2 2 2 2 2 2 WM. J. HOWEY Well Repairing for Over 35 Years MORICHES ROAD ST. JAMES, N. Y. Phones: HA 3-7900 - 7901 - 7902 - 7903 AN 5-2999 - HI 5-8302 EMIL NASS sf soNs, Inc. Established 1932 A UTOMOTIVE PARTS For All Automobiles - Trucks - Tractors 274 NEW YORK AVENUE HUNTINGTON, L. I., N. Y. McLEANS SWEET SUITE 40561027 To our loyal customers who supported us so faithfully in the past-we take pleasure in announcing a Grand Re-Opening Sale SEPT. 18, 1959 Stony Brook 7-1490 STONY BROOK I0 3. 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 fLocation to he announcedj Free Gift to All who visit us on Opening Day -.1011 Largest selection of popular Candies, Gums and Novelties in Stony Brook T.-01-1 Best Wishes for a Profitable Summer R. McLean, Prop. APOTHECARY Anthony F. Naugles, Ph.G. "Prescriptions Our Specialty" STONY BROOK, N. Y. K -asa-'0f0-0-0 St. James 2-6460 SPAGE'S PHARMACY 'Prescriptionists' Complete Cosmetics - Delivery Service LAKE AVENUE ST. JAMES, N. Y. ANdrew 5-1784 Zenith Hearing Aids Angelo D'Alessandr0 Ophthalmic Dispenser Lawrence Karp Optometrist 77 W. MAIN STREET SMITHTOWN, N. Y. '0"0 Stony Brook 7-1950 MARTIN'S CAMERA CENTER Photo Supplies and Studio MAIN STREET STONY BROOK, N. Y. Setauket 6-0596 ARNOLD'S AUTO SERVICE A Good Place to Service Your Car Tires and Auto Accessories Expert Auto Repairs Gas 81 Electric Welding Route 25A and Bennett,s Road SETAUKET, L. I., N. Y. CEMENT LINED PIPE f PREVENTS CORROSION PIPE LINING 81 COATING CO. COLLEGE POINT, N. Y. Rev. and Mrs. WILLIAM P. GREEN, SR. W .62 ELM ROAD CALDWELL, NEW JERSEY POrt J efferson 8-0500 THE FLOWER BOCKS Art with Flowers Member: Florists Telegraph Delivery Association PORT JEFFERSON STATION, N. Y. x -?4'0Y015'Q"9" A 132 POrt J elferson 8-0046 - 0080 NEWCOMB BROTHERS Dodge and Plymouth Cars - Trucks - Part - Accessories Sales and Service PORT JEFFERSON, N. Y. gg f'0"00'0N-0N?'-?'-0"0N016N05'-0-'-0'47'6'1W"0'N0 Y Llndenhurst 356 BABYLON MILK 81 CREAM CO., Inc. Wholesale Dairy Products Milk - Cream - Ice Cream Mix 50 E. HOFFMAN AVENUE LINDENHURST, L. I., N. Y. STony Brook 7-0037 I L. C. CLARKE CO. Insurance of All Kinds COMMUNITY CENTER STONY BROOK, N. Y. Day Phone: Sctauket 6-1260 Nite Phone: Setauket 6-0434 SETAUKET BODY SHOP Serge Maeder COMPLETE CUSTOMIZING Body and Fender Repairs Expert Refinishing Route 25A SETAUKET, N. Y. SMirhr0wn 2-1710 SMITHTOWN BOOTERY Shoes for the Family Ralph Lavinia 117 E. MAIN STREET SMITHTOWN, N. Y. St. James 2-6485 5 . ' SHEILS ESSO SERVICE JOSEPH A. WOLF PONTIAC WOODLAWN AVENUE 5 ROUTE 25'A ST. JAMES, L. 1., N. Y. 9 E. SETAUKET, N. 5 Branch: Q Route 25 81 Arlington Ave. 9 SMirhwwn 2-2582 ANdrew 5-4444 5 SMITHTUWN DINER. SUNRISE ORTHOPEDIC Q Best Food, Best Service Cog, Inc. 41 EAST MAIN STREET 71 A EAST MAIN STREET 5 SMITHTOWN, N. Y. , , Q f Opp. Snuthtown Shopping Centerj E SMITHTOWN, N. Y. 5 G H?40Ir7'?10540'40'0'170'W"040'f0'L71717G0P'0'20' 1936 133 is 4055551405515 COMPLIMENTS OF BAND BOX CLEANERS Aonow-Ko: 0..0.0..0x PO 8-1592 MAC SNYDER'S ARMY 8: NAVY STORE Skin Diving Sales and Supplies Qualified Air Station Tuxedo Rental 136 SURF AVENUE PORT JEFFERSON, N. Y. SETAUKET GROCERY 81 DELICATESSEN Old Fashioned H errings and Pickles Right out of the Barrel Daily and Sunday Newspapers MAIN STREET EAST SETAUKET, N. Y. Compliments of SONEN MOTORS, Inc. Your Authorized Dealer for Rambler, Metropolitan, Fiat 414- MAIN STREET PORT JEFFERSON P0rt Jefferson 8-0780 W'OOD,S MACHINE SHOP Lawn Mower Sales and Service Machine Work - Welding - Grinding Locke Power Lawn Mowers - Roto-Hoe Pioneer Chain Saw National Sickle Bar Mowers 9 STONY BROOK, L. 1. ROBERT F. WELLS Sales and Service for Oldsmobile - Jaguar - Austin Healy S MGA - Morris Minor PORT JEFFERSON, N. Y. TINKER NATIONAL BANK ANd'eW 54900 Every Banking Service EAST SETAUKET SMITHTOWN ELECTRIC, Inc. Setauket 6-1600 1-+1 CENTEREACH Juniper 5-8300 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Wholesale Distributors Sylvania Light Bulbs 81 Florescent Tubes Electrical Supplies - Lighting Fixtures Electric Heat JERICHO TURNPIKE SMITHTOWN, N. Y. 6 X9'0H02'0'0120120v'0N0'f0N0D10v0"'-0K0"-7f0N0"-0'f0f 4020 'S -C7 1017 '-01'-01101 405 ll? 4-07'-0Y0797'-7'-?'-0'!959C0'510"Q40'905'45'?G0N? Inter-linntinantal Trading Earp. 90 WEST STREET NEW YORK 6, N. Y.- U. S. rl. Distributors of the Popular Precision Built OLYMPIA PORTABLE and STANDARD TYPE WRITERS E . . . for the spiritual awakening of a continentln LATIN AMERICA MISSIIIN 130 Missionaries serving Latin America through radio, literature, correspondence courses, training of nationals, evangelistic campaigns Local Fields: Costa Rica, Panama, and Colombia U. S. Headquarters: 285 ORCHARD TERRACE BOGOTA, NEW JERSEY R. KENNETH STRACHAN KENNETH G. HOOD General Director Home Director 7171?'01G0' ?h014010"0P'0" I 35 5: -0100-010-aw-wsmowwfafaw-wvaeafoaa-afao Telephone: VAn Dyke 1-3305 ERERERIER E. RIESTER . . . GENERAL INSURANCE . . . 59-09 MYRTLE AVENUE BROOKLYN 27, N. Y. POrt Jefferson 8-0086 The Original E ELK HUTEL ANR RESTAURANT FAMOUS FOR DINNERS Cocktail Lounge 201 MAIN STREET 3 PORT JEFFERSON, N. Y. . ?f7105'0" '0Y0K05f05 ' 136 :S 4075554035549 Telephone MOhawk 9-0365 NORTON 8: SIEGEL, Inc. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 11 WEST MAIN STREET P. O. Box 127 BABYLON, N. Y. 9 9 5 B. ELIZABETH WEST 5 8 - Real Estate - 9 THE PINK HOUSE at the light, on 25A STONY BROOK, L. I. NEW YORK 5 3 N x 10N0X0' 471?'4"4'01 CAPPY'S Floor Covering of Distinction 450 MAIN STREET PORT JEFFERSON, N. Y. ROBERT F. WELLS MAIN ST. and ALDEN PLACE PORT JEFFERSON, N. Y. Port Jefferson 8-2100 Sales and Service for 0 MORRIS MINOR o AUSTIN 0 OLDSMOBILE 88 SUPER 88 - 98 Q MGA, MAGNETTE Q AUSTIN-HEALEY o JAGUAR -iowowaioio-0 SUFFOLK COUNTY Federal Savings and Loan Assn. 40' 401 x HA1uilton 3-5937 MEI TING Chinese Cuisine MAIN OFFICE 130 West Main Street, Babylon, N. Y, Wines and Liquors - Air Conditioned BRANCH OFFICE 2 EAST JERICHO TURNPIKE 1 West Main Street, Snlithtown, N. Y. Huntington Station' Long Island McNAMARA BUICK, Inc. C V o A t When better automobiles are built mp lmen S Buick will build them Of the 102 MAIN STREET PORT JEFFERSON, N. Y. Port Jefferson 8-0263 BABYLON SPORTS CENTER Compliments of THREE VILLAGE ART SHOP NORTH COUNTRY ROAD SETAUKET, N. Y. REDFERN SHOPS, INC. PORT JEFFERSON and STONY BROOK S JOHN-STANLY SMITHTOWN, NEW YORK WOODFIELD'S, INC. 320 MAIN STREET PORT JEFFERSON, N. Y. COOPER'S STATIONERY 306 MAIN STREET PORT JEFFERSON, N. Y. COMPLIMEN TS OF A FRIEND 0"06 -'JK -W1 -20" 00201 0'-01 201061 2-0-'05 '01 40' N9 40N?04?170-27f00W1f0N?0f'-0176V?C020K0110S06lW102C0tf05040I6X Compliments East Neck Dutch Cleaners and Launderers, Inc. 295 LITTLE EAST NECK ROAD fCor. Park Avenue! BABYLON, N. Y. Stony Brook 7-1173 Eileen Morrissey Home Cooked Food - Ice Cream Refreshments THE COFFEE MILL . . at Cedar St. and Route 25A in Stony Brook, L. I. Compliments of OEF F INGER'S VARIETY Telephone Andrew 5-1400 COLONIAL FURNITURE SHOPS STORE PORT JEFFERSON 3.0397 127 EAST MAIN STREET SMITHTOWN, L. 1., NEW YORK Compliments of THE BLUE JAY MARKETS SMITHTOWN ST. JAMES Compliments of AL PARKER BUICK CO. HOUSTON, TEXAS MOhawk 9-0124 Flowers by Wire KEYSER'S FLOWERS 370 PARK AVENUE BABYLON, LONG ISLAND, N. Y. 7"9'10V04'01 55'05471-9"0P'05'0'90' POrt Jefferson 8-0475 WALLY'S Army and Navy Store Sporting Goods, Work Clothes, Wearing Apparel, Shoes MAIN STREET Port Jefferson Station, Long Island. N. Y '0"?f01 E 5 5 10000010-000-fm00wwm0Aa0ww:00f0000wv.00v K940W' 1 Congrafufafiorw fo me Qpracluafing 610155 of 7 959 J HHN FELIX I-KSSUIIIATES 3 EAST 54th STREET NEW YORK, N. Y. 05C0'90'5i0K0 6"040'0'0X01'-0N0Y0K0Y?6x 'C?0v0 20"-0X040Y0Y0' x?f'0N-01'-0N02'0X7'-0N0X0'0'1W'40K0N0510'L-0"'0"0'01'0H?l7'0v0f02'0N? 71?0N0'6K0'10'0-01'7Q7016N0Q0f17WN76P'0A9fQf6W471?10A720N05 THREE VILLAGE INN Wff0k0v-03 101' '0N0K7'0"0"-0'G0Y0K0K0N0"'-0240'vf0v-0v f0M01f-0'40f016'10W0l0'C0"6'1'0'1l0'l0Y-01 x0'f0v.0af0X0v04 Compliments nf MH. 8 MHS. N. H. MBLEUD CONGRATULATIONS TO EACH MEMBER OF THE CLASS UF 1959 Be anxious for nothingg hut in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests he made known unto Cod. And the peace of God, which passes all understanding, shall keep your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus.--Phil. 4:6-7 THE MOTHERS' CLUB COMPLIMENTS OF ll!-lLllEHIflNE, INII. 143 ' CQMPLIMENTS OF BLADE 8: HOLZHAUSER 117-19 122 STREET SOUTH OZONE PARK,.N.4 Y. V COMPLIMENTS or MRS. L. KOWALSKY CLEMENCE KAHN CO., INC. Juvenile Life Insurance Adult Life Insurance A utomobile, Fire, Burglary, All F orins of Personal Property Insurance Liability and all forms of General Insurance Coverage 40 East 49th Street New York 17, New York PLaza 5-5031 COMPLIMENTS OF DR. 81 MRS. HARRY MARGANOFF I CQMPLIMENTS OF STRATHMORE JEWELERS 293 Warner Avenue Roslyn Heights, I., N. Y. COMPLIMENTS OF MR. 8: MRS. JOSEPH ZAK Patchogue, N. Y. Q COMPLIMENTS OF TULIP CLEANERS, INC. Quality - Service 160 Covert Avenue Stewart Manor, N. Y. FLoral Park 4-9400 BEST WISHES T0 THE CLASS OF 1959 IVY MUSIC CORPORATION l Producers of IVY Records fe ' 285 CENTRAL PARK WEST NEW YORK CITY SHUTTLEWORTH, WOLLNY CO., Inc. Paper, Boxes, Bags and Twine Clinton Cuttrell, Pres. J. Herbert Cuttrell, Treas. Amold H. Moller, Sect'y. 1051 WYCKOFF AVENUE ' BROOKLYN 27, N. Y. Telephone: VAn Dyke 1-8288 PATCHOGUE ESTATES INC. REAL ESTATE 161 OAK STREET PATCHOCUE, N. Y. Telephone: GR 5-0372 COMPLIMENTS OF A F R I E N D H. A. KALT SHOES 37 East Main Street Bay Shore, N. Y. They,re Smart Young M en's Shoes: Dirty and White Buck Black and White Saddle Shoes Desert Boots Bass - Shoes and Loafers AGNEW GEISLER, Inc. Quality School Supplies Drawing Sets - Printed Stationery Personal Delivery to Your School 84 N. Franklin Street Hempstead, New York COMPLI MEN TS OF NORMANDY FARM Lexington, Ky. COMPLIMENTS OF DR. W. O. REED 81 DR. C. ALLEN COMPLIMENTS OF MR. S. SMITH COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND COMPLIMENTS OF MR. FRANK WRIGHT SUFFOLK COUNTY PAPER CO. Wholesale Distributors "Paper, School and Janitor Supplies' 304 East Main Street Patchogue, New York B!-XHNIJTS HELLIITATESSEN ROUTE 25A, OPPOSITE STONY BROOK R. R. STATION F eaturing: DELICIOUS HOME MADE SALADS OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 8:00 A.M. TO 8:30 P.M. FOR DELIVERY CALL st y B 0 k 7 1191 Enmplimenls nf II. B. II. 147 COMPLIMENTS OF ELMONT VETERINARY Inc. BEST WISHES RALPH THEROUX BELMONT TURF SUPPLIES The best in everything for horse and rider Edward T. Fuchs, Pres. 335 Hempstead Turnpike Elmont, L. I., N. Y. PRimrose 5-1525 COMPLIMENTS OF MR. 81 MRS. COLIN MacLEOD, JR. COMPLIMENTS OF J. P. LEHRER INC. "Horse Transportation" COMPLIMENTS OF BOBBY LU DRESS SHOPS Inc "Ladies Wear" COMPLIMENTS OF PEBBLEBROOK FARM COMPLIMENTS OF MR. Sz MRS. ED. NELOY COMPLIMENTS OF A FRIEND RUSSWOOD DRUGS, Inc. Free Delivery - Prompt Service Phone HA 3-2266 289 Main Street Huntington, New York KOEHLER'S MARKET Telephone BR 3-4871 First Avenue and Fourth Street Brentwood, L. I., N. Y. EDW. MILLER TOWN 81 COUNTRY 252 Fulton Avenue Hempstead, N. Y. Traditional Classics for the Prep Student COMPLIMENTS OF THE QUEENSBORO COMPLIMENTS OF MR. 81 MRS. CORPORATION MILTON A. GATES 78-27 37th Avenue Jackson Heights, N. Y. K 8K Y SALES CO. Lebanon, Pa. COMPLIMENTS OF KAY ERICK JENSEN CHARLES H. WISSEMANN CO. Quality Baher's Supplies ' 127-07 94th AVENUE RICHMOND HILL 19, N. Y. Phone Vlrginia 7-8220 COMPLIMENTS OF DR. 81 MRS. VICTOR ROSENTHAL WINTER WARM FARM Race Horses Boarded Yearlings Broken WOODBURY, LONG ISLAND NEW YORK STONY BROOK LAUNDROMAT Shirts Finished - Shoe Repair Blankets, Rugs, Spreads, Slip Covers Washed and F lufed Dry ROUTE 25A STONY BROOK, N. Y. Enmplimenls nf MH. 8 MHS. WILLIAM .IUHNSIJN I "Tai,-1"f -f f 4. I hl complet ll figs ,.k?gIssgaH5,lNC xi li ,.wfi"' I l . 1 5? 9 4405 .k :'5g mul! t. o'toole and sons, inc lil!!! s ' S""nf0'G' ., yearbook a ftone and , , film and l e binder direct , sales personal service original layouts art service retouching composition mechanicals line negatives p ate stripping plate making offset printing folding y service delivery printers C0nl'leCl'lCUl' stamfo cl r davis 4 92 - 26 new york melrose 5-4112


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