Swarthmore High School - Spotlight Yearbook (Swarthmore, PA)

 - Class of 1946

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T H F5 9 W T -wg llliilliiiiilllm " , an ya W L A M Q Jfnretnurh The hlgh school l1fe of the Class of 1946 has come to an end Graduatmg from Su arthmore completes the first step ln our llfe and we wlll now go our XHFIOUQ ways But the Splflt of good wlll and fellowshlp that dlstlngulshed the class mll hxe on mtact Our vullmgness to accept responslblllty to w ork and to cooperate mll stand as a symbol and a guldlng llght to our further achlevements The world has 1ust experxenced a mighty war and 19 now faclng the task of bulldlng an endurlng peace What the future holds for the Class of 1946 1s unknown but we can be sure that there w1ll be opportunlty to use wx hatex er ab1l1t1es we may haxe By preserving the qplrlt of good wxll and cooperatlon that we reallzed here m school we vull be better able to cope wlth the tremendous requlrements that lle before us and vslll be more quallfied to be the cltlzens of tomorrovs s vs orld Taco ehucatuun .-was DR IANIFQ I' IRWIIN awu-a X544 ,4,a,-Zu-A-14 JU-'f"'i We the Class of 1946 Cl6CllCd.t9 our xearbook to James F IIWID D1 hum has fostel ed our splrlt of fellow shlp and gn en us sdluable lNNlNt1IlC6 1n all our class dCtlXltlQN Hls mtelllgence and glft of humol hw e made hls Latm classes among our most popular subjects IH the school Three I I V ..'5" , ' , ' M' 'V 9' f . . , . 1 . 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II 4 55 , Pl' 2 W Il 59' Q1 I 4 Eight PHIL M RRIAM L EN JR 6 ua 9 3 Tal s s w dark wavy hair Culver man those weekend hangovers legible printing chemistry whiz efficient has his troubles burns the telephone wires trackman wicked slam in ping pong flashy sport Jackets that same old Dodge good actor steady grades serious but fun Basketball 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Chorus 3 4 Fire Squad 2 Yearbook Assoc Ed Glee Club 3 4 Garnet 4 Homeroom Vice President 3 National Hono Society 4 KENNETH FOSTER ANDERSON Ken Andy Whitey or what have you sparing with speech but not so shy as he seems glimpses of wi blond and then some cute grin guardian of the class ex chequer versatile athlete with a serious bent leaves everything till the last minute but always delivers the goods Football 3 4 Basketball 4 Track 3 4 Flre Squad Class Treasurer 4 WILLIAM CORNELL ARCHBOLD JR Arch always the right answer for Mr Oppen lander endless supply of Jokes holds a record for bloken bones forty states by thumb girls girls and more girls illegible handwriting Ingleneuk worker three sport man those South Street boys sings an enviable tenor life of the party' ootball 1 2 3 ck 4 Bas Projection Club 1 Press Club 3 Chorus 3 4 Garnet 4 Glee Club 3 4 Fire Squad 4 Blackfrlars 4 Yearbook 4 llfjfam. MJ U 62-vas 05-Syd-A-417-90 CAROLYN BELDEN BALDERSTON Starry eyes high soft voice late sleeper ou of town men French student another library victim . . . 8:29 dashes into home room . . . Hey, want to hear a joke? . . . absent-minded . . . knows how to tickle the ivories . . . wicked bowler . . . meticulous woman driver . . . Ocean City summers with time out for Blair conferences . . . crazy about New York . . . ' Baldy". Red Cross. 2, 3, 43 Blackfrlars: Elmer: Glee Club: Hockey. 2, 3: Basketball, l, 2, 33 Nurse's Helper, 2: Switchboard, 3: Refreshment committee, 3. HAROLD THOMAS BARR, JR. "Reds" . . . "Gimmee five" . . . Wallingford A. C. . . . basketball captain . . . bashful . . . loads of friends . . . com- mutes from Copples Lane . . . noon-time study hall . . . sensitive . . . sports fan . . . flashes of wit in German class . . . "Don't mess with 'em, Buddy" . . . enthusiastic . . . always willing to lend a hand . . . "He's my boy" . . . moody . . . always shaking his head at something . . . Happy Birthday! sketball 1 2 3 4 Cabinet 1 2 3 F e quad 1 2 Track 4 ALICE ANN BAUGHN Decided tastes loves dancing the Navy and food Queen of the keyboard Jazz enthusiast likes all sports except baseball dishkes the color orange history and non humorists a gay fun loving girl quiet with strangers really tops' Chorus 2 3 4 Hockey 3 4 Basketball l 2 3 Glee Club 3 4 WILLIAM FREDRICK BEHENNA Fritz bands leading trumpeter a a da da Da Da FIGHT"' one of the 206 All Stars very studlous iwhen he has to bel one of Mr Sauters boys loyal supportel of the defense stamp drive makes a mean Parfait always good for a laugh Bnd 1 2 3 4 Projection Club 1 2 3 4 Orchesta 3 Fire Squad 4 DORIN JOAN BIERMAN Joanne freckles friend to all Ingleneuk veteran gets excited at little things calm in a crisis natural sophistication mischievous giggle fiendish ideas ln her glory when driving a car potential athlete faithful color guard service men s correspondent sentimental loves to remlnlsce Hockey 1 3 Basketball 1 Lacrose 1 Band Color Guard 2 3 4 Blacktrlars 4 Glee Club 1 Nurses Assistant 4 N me 811, MARJORIE JANE BLACK Margie blonde fascmatmg blue eyes Just out of a band box perpetual piano player boogie woogie expert happy laughs and happy moods trophy case always mterested and ready to glve smcere advice reserved original emphatic yes and meditative look popular with all Hockey 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Lacrosse 2 4 Garnet 2 Glee Club 1 2 3 Band 2 3 Cheerleading 4 Chorus 4 Blacktrlars BETTY JOAN BOTT Betty bobby sox and fluffy curls ardent base ball fan speedy typxst loves dancing good in spelling mterested m ar high spirited Boy I can hardly walt till Graduation' Garnet 3 Nurses Assistant 3 ROBERT AYERS BOYLE Bob one of the first on the fire truck buys nearly every new record that comes out ardent movle an enjoys visiting the Ingleneuk behind the counter at Shlrers drives his 1946 Mercury as though he were on a race track knows everything about the services Civil Alr Cadet Projection Club 2 3 4 Football 3 Band 4 Fire Squad FRANCES BREWSTER Blond curly hair glamorously long legs sports of any kind sailing sailing and more sailing plaid skirts that innocent look harum scarum Jamestown summers I didnt crack a book last night French troubles extended telephone calls anything for a laugh Hockey 1 2 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Lacrosse 1 2 3 Garnet 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 Blackfrlars 4 Red Cross 4 l l u - N ' ' I . . ' . . . . 1 ' ' H Y! unon ' ' . ' ' . , , . 2 . . . , : . . : . .31 . , . : . . : . 1 . I .4- KK YI - ' Hohpi ' in history . . . always laughing . . . at odds with no one . . . H y ' 7 ' ' .ll , JR. H U . , . . . . . : . : . : . 4. 7 A 0 ' I a u n ' ' ' H . : . . : . y: A vmw im AAA? 115 ffjg I ELIZABETH MARGARET BRYANT L1zz1e red halr varymg lengths of bangs sunny dlsposltlon H ve you seen Bernice?" long dxscusslons ln art photogemc llght hearted wlttlclsms knows all optlmlstlc, but has her dlfll cultles polsed gay loyal supporter of band tell her your troubles a true frlend Band 2 3 4 Blackfrlars 4 Hockey 2 3 4 Switchboard 2 Girls Shop 4 Basketball 1 3 JOHN WOODWARD CAMPBELL Smooth dresser good dancer tweed Jackets tall, suave bland type school glrl complexzon college glrl Interests qulzzlcal gaze subtly entertamlng ln classes newcomer thus year halls from New York at tlmes fun lovlng more often Basketball 4 CHRYSTAL HEATHER CHAMPION Heather a star at all sports a Champlon at hockey an Independent thlnker and efliclent student aboundlng ln mterests and talents deft ln wrltlng poetry mgemous wlth prose and expresslve wlth pamt and brush resourceful under responslblllty hlgh ambltlons for a medical career a unique background ln India, a SlgI'llflC8l'lt future ln England Hockey l 2 3 captain 4 Home Room Secretary 1 3 Glee Club 2 3 4 Spanish Club l Basketball 1 2 Lacrosse 1 2 Gamet Red Cross 2 3 Home Room Chalrman 4 Yearbook 4 Senlor play 4 National Honor Soclety 4 DONALD CHANEY Feet hke those that msplred Fats Waller conservatlve, and a trlfle reserved easy gomg not man words but lots of actlon lme basketball player and leally on the ball' crazy about track even llkes to run to school cant keep stall when there's muslc a Jltterbug at heart Football 1 4 Track 1 Fire Squad 4 Eleven X' - 5 I A A 1 YYY ,f 1 C I . . 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JANE AVIS Davy mterested ln people summers at camp hard worker locker room favorlte falthful to the bolough llbrary Really?" cheery grm wltty remarks but theres a deeper slde strong convlctlons well llked by everyone swell frlend Chorus 2 Librarian 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 Presldent 4 Hockey manager 4 Girls Shop 4 Homeroom Secretary 1 2 Red Cross Basketball 1 3 4 Lacrosse l 2 Monitor 3 Senior Play 4 CARTER DAVISON Rlp varslty tackle has an easy gomg and even tempeled nature man of few words wlth a Wlnlllng gun rankster wlthout an enemy sohdly bullt slow but sure Aw gwan' curly black halr flashy color comblnatlons a man s man Football 1 2 3 4 Garnet 2 Flre Squad 2 Lacrosse 2 ANN CAROLINE deFURIA Andy short petlte, brunette dreams of bla lace dresses often found wlth her nose ln a book but would gladly lose her Latln book pedal pusher hard worker worrles about her Engllsh qulet and thoughtful calm hurrles only lf necessary one day to be Doctor deFur1a Glee Club 2 Chorus 3 4 Gamet 3 4 ALLEN COFFIN ENDERS Acey frank outspoken llve wlre whlps around ln that Model A a brand of humor all ms own caustlc Jokes and subtle puns Sorry that was pretty a " master of mlmlcry keen eye for detall Vagabond naturallst ln Panama brings home the sloths and stuff muslc wlth the Kmcaxd motlf an outstandmg career m medlcme Ol zoology I-Iomeroom Vice President. 1 Band 1 3 Homeroom Treasurer 2 Lacrosse 2 3 4 Orchestra 3 4 Chess Club 4 Glee Club 4 Yearbook 4 Senior Play 4 7 471 011141 I 7 Twelve 77.4 M vW 0 IHHQJU A A ' ff 1 ' ' ll ,Y ' ' Q ' . . ll ' . . , . .: ' ,: ..: .1: fl'Y, ' -' - . url L,. 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" ,LL l ' H M9-5 1 fig PRISCILLA ENSLIN Prls gold class rlng Jacquard sweaters carrylng on from Crozer absorbed ln boys named Joe Baptlst Hospltallty Center Sundays always taken up Boston accent often lI'lY0lV6d ln a chess game loves German class My Dreams Are Getting Better All the Tlme dependable worker a d wllllng Glee c b Nv?or 2 3 .chess Club 4 Basketball 1 ff. ,to FRANCES HEATH EVANS F half of the Evans twlns short and cute coy and peppy mlschlevous eyes trlm wardrobe thrlves on Navy League partles argumentatlve perhap talkatlve Uh huh"' always runnlng for a traln whlz ln studles early college career future ln nurslng Glee Club 1 Cabinet 1 Greek Club 2 3 Monitor 3 MARY ELIZABETH EVANS Taddy the other half of the twosome lg brown eyes and wavy halr lnterested ln soclal wolk frlendly and eager to help versatlle and cheerful e Phlladelphla dates Oh thats dumb' takes klddlng we lots of confidence ln herself and others Glee Club 1 2 3 Librarian 4 Red Cross Club 1 2 3 President 4 Class Secretary 4 Year Book 4 Hockey 1 2 3 4 Lacrosse 2 3 4 Switchboard 3 Home Room President 1 2 National Honor Society 4 LLOYD SAMUEL EVERETT L0pSld9d grln that Everett walk' fiely hall but without the temper to match at home Nvltll wlld shlrts bulglng pockets and Storckles squashed at one of the lonely New Deal supporters a hard worker at the Post on-ICC an able executlve at school prlde of the Chorus dotes on Tommy Dorsey once had a SllVe1 football, whlch he VlSltS frequently Football 3 4 Chorus 2 3 Presldent4 Yearbook Editor ln Chlef 4 Fire Squad 2 4 Track 2 Lacrosse 3 4 Garnet 3 Cafeteria 3 4 Cabinet 2 3 Vice President 4 Senior Play 4 Glee Club 3 4 National Honor Society 4 Thzrteen ll ' 17 ' ' . . . . . 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' G ', ' , ' ' ' h . . . . . . . 1 . : , . : Fourteen MARY CAROLYN FETTER Fett' wavy brown halr loves pmk bouncy walk natural athlete wlth endless energy swell acrosse captaln wmnmg smlle and catchmg laugh perfect mnocence another Medla commuter loves a good game full of pep falthful cymbal player and cafeterla worker a born gym dlrector Band 2 3 4 Cafeteria 4 Hockey 2 3 4 Lacrosse 2 Red Cross 1 Basketball 2 3 Switchboard 3 Monitor 3 CAROLINE LESTER FLAHERTY Talks a blue streak fhrtatxous long blond halr expressive hands Hend for kmttlng a weakness for pmg pong artxstlc hopes loves to dance sophlstlcated reserved I Just met the cutest guy' prefers the intellectual type long talks peppy and orxglnal an lndependent thlnker umque xdeas Carol Basketball 1 4 Hockey 2 3 Swarthmorean 2 Lacrosse 2 Glee Club JOHN McGAW FOSTER A QUIZZICZI smlle premedltated wlnk gentlemanly manner plald shlrts busy trombonlst for orchestra and band convmcmg vlllam ln plays scorns to begm languages wlth first year courses As wlth ease chemxstry student now, chemlstry professor later Band 1 2 3 4 Blackfrlars 2 3 4 Gamet 2 3 4 Orchestra 3 4 Glee Club 4 Chess Club 4 2 ffffffbf QA Q MM M53 VIRGINIA CLYDE FRANCIS Mlkle curly golden ha1r We ve Just got to g t together somet1me"' a horsewoman slnce grade school student of art lover of muslc Frlday afternoon orchestra concerts Dear J1m a two ocean suntan dawn patroller Great day ln the footh1lls"' Glee Club 4 l l H Y ' ' , . , 2 . I . . . 1 . , 3, 42 . . . U . . . . . .u. ' . .1 . .. . . u U H Chorus, 4: Blackfrlars, 2, 3, 4: Cheerleading, 43 Girls' Shop, 4: , . 1 . , I . I . 3 . 2. . , . 'M - - - . . 1 . ca ' ' n ' u y - e ' . . . . ' . . . . . . H - H . . . - U . . J EAN N E DOLORES GAVETTI Short and sweet sweepmg eyelashes early mormng pm curls frlendly cheerful and sympathetic Have y u done your German?" wants to be a nurse loads of clothes a dlfferent bracelet every day Lansdowne weekends Number Please' Best Foot Forward mdustrlous unworrled even tempered Monitor 4 Girls Shop 4 Switchboard 3 Hockey 1 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Lacrosse 2 Blmckfrlars 4 JEAN MCAL ISTER GEMMILLy , tofu. GMA MfS'3 De seated sense of umor spurts of ambltlon asclnatlng eyes argumentatlve stubborn snappy comebacks loves horses Jeanne wlth the llght brown halr German whlz whlspery volce dramatlc at tlmes cool, calculating stare charmlngly sarcastlc bound to be an ambassador Garnet 2 3 4 Swarthmorean 3 Blackfnars 2 3 4 Glee Club Chorus 3 4 Hockey 4 Yearbook 4 Chess Club 4 Senior Play 4 THOMAS CLINTON GOSLIN JR Goose tall and dark baffle man llfe guard e " stxc fawn blg da W1 lllygg, o away"' always good un Xl serious than he trle Q93 all round Sportsman worrl d y Ive just got to pass that Chemist e an M ootball 1 2 4 k 1 4 r u d 'L-djlhlollus 4 Glee Club 4 Basketball 3 4 r14UA-J V'-M all sl' W MARJORIE HARRISON Harrxson IS a nlce first name too eh RI8l'gl9" wasp walsted and sllm apple ple wardrobe handy wlth a needle easy to get along wlth Hey' keeps the postman busy when 1t's not that sllver football then ltS that silver dollar cheerlng smlle forever frlendlv Red Cross I 2 4 President 3 Fzjteen Sixteen ANN HARVEY Blonde hair ruddy cheeks hates damp weather will of her own hockey and lacrosse star wardrobe of argyle socks and hand knitted sweaters silver football double dates lives for weekends and Ocean Clty summers spirited wise cracks infectious humor good sport ee Club 1 2 H y 3 4 Baske Lacrosse 1 2 3 4 Red Cross 2 3 4 Garnet 4 Girls Shop 4 Monitor 4 ALICE HAY The air of a Greek goddess fno k1ddm'J shiny black hair one of those perpetual optimlsts original with a pen skillful vnth a paint brush an admirer of Bach humorous and naive thoughtfully smcere a reliable worker eager to help, and full of new ideas Glee Club 1 2 3 4 Chorus 2 3 Treasurer 4 Blackfrlars 3 4 Garnet 4 Yearbook 4 Monitor 4 Lacrosse 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Hockey 1 2 3 4 Home Room Treasurer 1 Senio Play 4 L 1 mufcoya-N. DONALD RICHARD HEINZE Cal 1 for nl ay Oh boy" blonde hair that Esquire look one of those stamp fans aso likes girls polite the age of chivalry has not passed gulllble Yeah?" red Buick coupe likes to eat anythmg willing to work pleasant to work with . . . lucky homeroom 215 . . . Look out Business World here he comes! Track. 2 3 4' Football 3 4' Chorus 4' Home Room President 4. ELIZABETH LOUISE HELMUTH Betty Lou . . . perky dresser . . . fashion-show model . . . gloom-chasing grin . . . enthusiastic . , . always busy . . . Call me a taxi! . . . Meet my trainl' . . . knows everybody and all those men! . . ., brothers as well . . . Mrs. Hunters problem child . . . quite a dreamer . . . scatterbrained but cute . . . rollicking spirits, and . . . well just plain rambunctious! Cheerleader, 2, 3. Captain. 4: Library Club 3: Chorus 3 4' Nurse's Helper, 3: Blackfrlars, 3, 43 Girls Shop 4: Basketball 2 3' HOCKSY- 2 3, 4: Lacrosse. 2, 3. 41 Monitor 3 4' Glee Club, 2 34 Garnet, 2, 3, 4. 5 THOMAS ALFRED HILL On hand for every game S ven yard Hill' corny humor loves to argue friendly disposition doesnt take anything very serlously 215 s Sunshme Com mltee homeroom s problem child easy to get along with Ill race you home' 38 Buick crash 46 Ford Secretary of Wallingford A C definitely a newspaper man Lacrosse 2 Basketball Manager 2 Head Manager 3 4 Track 3 4 Garnet 2 3 Sports Editor 4 Football 3 4 Blackfrlars 4 Football Manager 1 Monitor 4 ROBERT DuBOIS HULME Humus ready smile perservermg not so serious when you get to know him even tempered and thoughtful goes along with kidding those lengthy dlscusslons with Mrs Boulter big man at Cape May broad minded plenty of common sense works fol his marks sharp in that band uniform sweet on that clarinet sense of responsibility very congenial fellow Flre Squad Chief 3 4 Home Room President 1 nd 1 2 3 Blackfrlars 3 4 Garnet 1 Track Manager 1 2 3 Projectlon Club 1 4 Senlor Play 4 FRANCES PALMER JENKINS Clvll service girl ln Washington interested ln nursing the dally mall weakness for six footers Its so sophlstxcatedl likes expensive clothes and Jewelry loves to argue realistic Hurry up Deedee its late' happy go lucky Jenky nd Hockey 3 B ketball 1 3 G b Nurses Helper 3 Glrls Shop 4 Red Cross 4 MARIAN MCNAIR KARNS Tall statuesque blond excellent student likes plccalllll and whlte orchids artistic and versatile concocts those chic evening gowns any old tlme knit one pull one ad znrinztum but never drops a stitch Hev kids' an old sea dof' from way back an influential finger m every ple Natlonal Honor Soclety 3 4 Year Book 4 Hockey Red Cross l 2 3 Basketball 1 3 Lacrosse 1 2 3 4 Garnet 2 3 Backfrxars 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 Monitor 3 4 Chorus Senior Play 4 Xfjnzf w1Q f1M""U5!?lf 5 Sezenteen . . . " e - ' ." . . . . , . . It I 77 ! ' Y 44 l! ' ' . . 1 . 3 Ba . . , . 4: 1 and in social work . . . volunteer hospital aide . . . eager for . . . ,, , . . ,, . . . , - ' u - 1 av . . . . . . , , . - - u yn Ba . 1: . . 4: as . , . 4: lee Clu . 3. 4 . . . ' i i . , . Y - - - u - n , , . . . . - C, . . . . . , 1 . 3 , 1. 3. 4: l ' . , . 1 . . 2 . , 1 . 4: I - - 1 L Y K I 4 ' I I i W 1 I ok .-3 .w.1 !WNAPQqM1y m wm'h fl HELEN ARGARETKEENEN Peg pretty complexlon long eyelashes gulllble easlly embarrassed usually has a good allbl natural punster What dld I say that was funny?" orlgmal spellmg not seen ln the books she reads happy to get her report card Want tlll you see my new Jacket"' speedy drlver swell hostess for partles llkes a good tlme Glee Club 3 4 Band 1 2 Hockey 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 L crosse 1 2 3 4 Garnet 2 4 Swarthmorean 3 ANDREW BURNS CHALMERS KIRK The only Toad that sprouts a red goatee executxve athletlc pole vaulted rlght mto the All State class South Chester Road All Star Camp Delmont man could l1ve on peanut butter sandwiches reserved manner, but always ready for a good tlme Tell us another Joke Herr" persxstent agreeable knows everyone falrness plus unchangmg personallty last of the Klrks 3 Pre ident 4 Band 1 2 Chorus 3 4 Cafeteria Glee Club 4 Switchboard 3 4 PATRICIA ANNE KLINE Serlous and ambltlous many changes ln schools youngest ln the class bralds red sweater llkes the Navy has several thousand hours of hospital work to her credlt takes frequent trlps to Bensalem Hlgh School always wlllmg to work hard for a cause rellable slncere and helpful towards all Nurses Assistant 2 3 Library 4 Glee Club 2 Blackfrlars 2 3 4 Senior P1a3 4 BARBARA ANNE KRASE Blond curls that never see a curler gray blue eyes perpetual smlle poker face speclallst crazy about that Vermont cllmate talkatlve and how' when shes not eatmg potato chips never has to hunt for a good txme-lts always rlght wlth her woman drlver beware' whlps luke hghtnmg through achlevement tests halls from Illmoxs plans future m England Bnd 1 Glee Club 3 4 Red Cross 4 Hockey 1 2 3 4 Bask tball 2 3 4 s izxiboara Ecghteen M M 24-L7 N , . 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C 0 F, - 1 W . 4- ' " . ,- , " '- . . 7,ff'l NANCY JANE LEWIS Nancy wlth the laughing fac ' lots of polse armful of bangles sunlamp tan rlghteous lndlgnatlon sophlstlcated manner Swarthmore College men troubles one of Mrs Hunters gang typlng and shorthand are her specxaltxes open house cokes friendly smlle helpful and understandlng blg slster Gamet 2 3 4 Band 3 4 Switchboard 4 Nurses helper 3 RICHARD MATTHEWS LINTON Dlck sandy halr argumentatlve a casual fellow lots of chuckles and those retorts' llkes to kzd people Hre truck fiend happy go lucky many frlends worrles about Chaucer can talk hls way out of anythmg enjoys practxcal Jokes naturally lucky blushes easily extremely llkeable Fire Squad 4 MARILYN JEAN MacELWEE Mac smooth tan skln fllrtatlous eyes looks nlce with hair up ln bralds a passion for seashore Cape May acquaintances Ugh Ugh Ugh Hershey bars wlth almonds favorlte song Mean To Me letters from George llkes all sports hem out of tumc Dartmouth and Annapolis weekends gardemas pressed lllacs, and other souvemrs Cheerleader 2 3 4 Chorus 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 Garnet 2 3 4 Blackfrlars 3 4 Hockey 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 Lacrosse 1 2 3 4 Monitor 4 Red Cross Club 1 Senior Play 4 EDITH WILDER MAHER Edle bangs easily embarrassed nlce figure walks llke a model Cheshlre cat grln oves to laugh heavy sllver Jewelry How ghastly " plays cupnd W3ltS for the mall passxon for any kmd of muslc always slnglng hates to be bored Let s do somethmg' Hockey 2 3 4 Basketball 3 Lacrosse 3 Glee Club 2 Chorus 4 Blackfrlars 4 Garnet 3 4 Vmeteen Twenty MARY BALL MARSHALL Merrxe llghthearted gay the senlor class walklng dlctlonary rabld German fan pollte helpful vullmg worker dabbles ln theatrlcal make up where IS that blg dog golng' wlth that llttle glflq dark brown halr rogulsh eyes enjoys good food muslc and the boy up the street lets the world go bv nd 1 orus ac rlars 4 Garne Orchestra 4 Glee Club 1 2 Nurses helper 3 Hockey 1 2 3 Basketball 1 2 Lacrosse 1 2 3 4 Senior Play 4 JANE JENNESS MATTHEWS Who IS It now, Jane? quxet that shocked look bland expresslon lnfectlous glggle soft volce sweet smlle blushes easlly always wlllmg to help Oh golly' baby of the famlly wants to travel car plled full for football games enthuslastlc about band nalve and mce Bnd234G1eec1ub12a4Ga fascia SW1tChbO8I'd 2 4 Hockey anager 4 Red cross Club 1 ij' PATRICIA MORSE MCCAHAN Patsy bluest of eyes sunny blond halr hraln trust never ducks responslblllty bubblmg wlth health salls away her summers on the Chesapeake Oh my gosh"' an exceptlonal plamst wizard at spellmg smcerely frank sure to be outstandmg ln college Chorus 2 3 4 Glee Club 1 3 4 Monitor 3 4 Girls Shop Swltchboard 4 Hockey 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Lacrosse 1 2 3 4 Yearbook 4 National Honor Society 3 4 Senior Play 4 2,4 V, LLJLQ gh, ! 1 -.Z-..,L., A-vw! 4.-In 'M ALILUML rn Gaza, Qt lf ffm JEAN NOREEN McGLATHERY Strlklllg' brown eyes wlth plenty of twinkle lvory skln with rosy cheeks lyrlc voice and effortless conversatlon swarms of admlrers Oh fatherl' unhurrled walk unhurrled words unhurrled laugh . . . a well-seasoned Blackfriar . . . a natural heroine of unusual charm. ockey, 2, 3. 4: Lacrosse. 1. 2. 3, 4, Basketball. 1, 2, 33 Red Cross, 1, 23 Glee Club, 1. 2. 3, 41 Chorus, 4: Yearbook, 43 Garnet, 3, 43 Blackfrars, 3, 4. 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HARRY CALVERT MELTON Zlpperhead smooth dresser enviable eyelashes dlsarmlng smlle usually qulet lots of latent ablllty War Stamp seller another hltch hlker elther a Bmck or a coupe busmess man holds e purse strmgs for almost everythlng Walllngford A C sixth perlod hall wanderer good man Football 1 3 4 Basketball 3 4 T ack 4 Cabinet Treasurer 4 Glee Club 4 Class Treasurer 2 Class Vice President 3 Garnet 3 Monltor 4 Yearbook 4 KATHERINE JOAN MOLSTAD kay perfume and short blond halr bouncy walk hkes to eat submarlne sandwlches roller coasters summers ln Mame years at boardlng school fashlon magazme clothes often absent favornte song Always prodlglous worker at Day Care Center sophlstncated but fun Nurses helper 3 VIRGINIA MARY MORSE change of moods w1ld goose chase carefree sympathetlc staunch supporter of the football team generous D1d you do your B1ology" gets a bang out of llfe has that warm and welcome smile a a ID late glves homercimqm teacgeig g Hockey 1 2 3 4 Lacrosse b 1 2,9Jvo!' omg 3 4 Glee Club 1 2 3 DELPHIN E MANT MURPHY Dee Dee platmum blond Murphy and Jenkins like bread and butter versatlle CIVII SBFVICG worker many excuses for lateness perfect accompaniment for the color red madonna llke expression out of town dates What shall I cook for dmner" wants to work wlth people Glee Club 2 3 4 Lacrosse l 2 3 Hockey 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 Switchboard 4 Garnet 2 Nurses helper 3 Twenty one -' r ll' ii ' ' ' ' th ...: ..: r .1.: .2. ll' lf ' . 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' ' , H l H Twenty two WILLIAM HENRY NELSON III Bama brlstly halr cuts L11 Abner walk Yes M am' exuberant all over the place German wlth a southern accent the famous T formatlon competltwe splrlt All Delaware County quarterback swell for laughs restless energy lnexhaustlble versa tlllty never qulte forgot the good old days of Jumor Year Football 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Preslde 1 class 3 Chorus 3 4 Flre Squad 3 4 President of National Honor Society 4 Monitor 4 Cafeteria 4 ROBERT BLAIR PRICE JR Buck steel wool halr llvely dresser u at home m dungarees and a huntmg cap happy go lucky guns that blue Ford llkes Pennsylvama but wlld about Dlxle has lots to say llkes to listen too guaranteed to cure your blues Amt you got edumacat1on"" Football 1 3 4 lacrosse 1 2 3 Captain 4 Basketball 2 3 Glee "'f1'l5'1' RICHARD LEE RAYMOND Bug Ray halr always out of place frankness plus frequently sarcastlc good sense of humor tease I m telling you what I kn coachs problem chlld a potentlal athlete good friend deep thinker and phxlosopher doctor of the future Football 1 3 4 Track 1 Glee Club 4 Fire Squad 3 4 Basketball 4 MYRON EMANUEL SHARPE A dlS8l'l'nlDg smlle black curly halr hand pamted necktles head bent mtently over Garnet manuscript G B Shaws dxsclple mstlgator of many phll0S0pl'llC dlscusslons at school wlelds an lmposmg vocabulary detalled extenswe reports m class full of executlve drive vlolxn vlrtuoso a coming figure ln the world of science Garnet 2 3 Editor 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Blackfrlars 3 Orchestra 3 4 Glee Club 4 Cafeteria 4 National Honor Society 4 574,674 je'-12' fe' l 1 ll 7, ' ' ll ' ,Y It 7 Il ' U li ' . . , : . . . : nt 0 . . 4: , . 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K - - ' ' ' RICHARD ROTHENBERGER SHELLY Dlck short but solld apple cheeks and dlmples ever ready smile South Chester Road all star football captam vacations to Florlda by thumb beats a path between Chester Road and Vassar Avenue goo student admires publlc speakers Mr Oppenlander and red halr easy gomg coddles electrlc dishwasher Ive Just got to learn to Jltterbugl always happy swell guy Home Room President 1 2 3 Class Vlce President 4 Football l 2 3 Captain 4 Lacrosse 1 2 3 4 Cafeteria 1 2 3 4 Yearbook 4 National Honor Society 3 4 ELIZABETH ELLEN SLATE Betty peaches and cream complexlon unobstruslve out of towner laugh whlch tends to nmltate a glggle mdustrlous and xntelllgent s y can often be seen with her nose ln a Latln or French book capable of accomplxshmg a great deal with llttle effort CHRISTOPHER MacDONALD SWAN JR Bruno blg boy Don that well dressed lad Casanova at his best shmy shoes old gruff and grumble sllck halr and handsome too Bowlmg Green rides hlts them hard and lays them low boommg chorus bass smooth dancer plaid shlrt fiend home room clown Football 1 2 3 4 Cabinet Vice President 1 Lacrosse 1 2 3 Chorus 2 3 4 Fire Squad 3 4 Home Room President 4 Cafeteria l 2 3 4 Monitor 4 Senior Play 4 DONALD WILLIAM SWEET Chases fires wxth a vengeance but cant put out the blaze atop hls head tours the town m that muffler less Marmon keeps hxs saxlboat afloat and tackmg quxet shy unpretentxous founder and chlef executxve of the Swarthmore Rope and Supply Company a future chem1st" could be Fire Squad 1 2 3 4 Football 1 Twenty thr ee ' 1 H ' .U ' ' . . . d . . . , . , My H H ii ' ' Red Cross, l. 2, 3: Hockey. 2, 3: Basketball, 3. , . 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I . . . . 41 ' Y 44 71 ' ' - . . . , I - - .Q Tuenty four LUQQLQQ' 'Ni' bum Qqqui WNY Bu'-Na9Q,tbvmQQn917,,.0I OQDQQ QUSAQCSBQLQKQXI NORRINE MARIE TAYLOR Sholty But my han lsnt led cute smlle sense of humor always has a good story to tell long phone conversatlons loves to eat Captam silver football lets everyone know shes Irlsh and from Iowa ardent Van Johnson fan favorlte record Ill bet By lots of fuends ockey 1 2 ball La e Garnet 3 4 Momtor 3 4 Blackfrlars 4 RICHARD POWELL TAYLOR Dlck bushy eyebrows hands ln pockets logical and detel mmed mdependent W0llleS about the state of the natlon summextlme farmel at George School understands Blg Ed phllosophel good student wonderful at 01 ganlzlng successful at anythmg he undeltakes Football 1 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Fire Squad 1 2 3 4 Cabinet 1 Senior Play 4 National Honor Society 4 Monitor 4 Va 1 1- JOAN ALICE THORBAHN Amlable drawlmg speech laughing blue eyes saunteung walk cuts a mean rug but has sophlstlcated manner fond of black espeually for sweatels knows evelvthmg that s goxng on Iwo kxddmg b1g weekends bracelets South Afrlcan style good natuxed and easy gomg Glee Club 2 3 Chorus 3 4 Blackfrlars 4 Glrls Shop Hockey 3 4 Basketball 1 2 Lacrosse 1 LILLIAN IKU TOMITA Petlte demule shy smlle wee small volce uazy about Chinese food blew ln from Seattle Washmgton very qulet pelsevermg swolkel gold class pm ardent radlo fan especlally f0l music I wlsh Id grow another foul lnches' ' undelstandmg helpful Red Cross Club 4 4 I, C U I on ' ' LJ s rl , rv ll ' . - v . 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K . , I . 1- v SINCHI TONOOKA Broad frlendly gun short lots of laughs lots of spunk llkes to tmker wlth radlos collects records name band fan especlally Glenn Mlller halls from the Golden West thlnks Swarthmore IS OK Job at college frled chlcken addlct German puts hlm to sleep well rounded personallty Football 2 3 Fire Squad 3 4 CAROL HENDERSOE VAN ALEN ,J BAM f'-4 lb Frxendly at ome wlth figures ln math and on 1ce ln demand on the dance floor all round athlete Ill Get By can play anythmg on the plano llf 1 s populalj dreams of bemg ln the Ice Follles ut down to earth when theres work to ydone Hockey 1 2 3 4 Basketball 1 se 1 2 National Honor Society 4 Gle 1 Class Secretary 3 Cabinet Se t Monit 4 ader 3 Garnet 3 4 Blackfrla I , ogg, 1-fa.-J' 1 5 RICHARD SHEPARD VOSE JR Qulet thoughtful expxesslon the shortest walk school those last mlnute dashes runs lxke a breeze Oh nuts' not too fond of homework dellghts ln shop work prefers blondes mterested ln makmg a success of the newspapel route auto fanatlc I don t belleve lt' smcele anxlous to please CORNELIA EUGENA MAY VOSTERS Connle tall honey blond smooth complevuon Ocean Cltw summers sh up clothes fox everythmg ask he about P NI C Selvlcemens correspondent peacefully studnous foccaslonallyy pajama partles usually quiet but has a mllllon Jokes altlstlc The Look lecord fiend Dancmg m the Dark always on the go Re Cross 1 2 G1 e Club 1 2 3 4 Garnet 4 J-.X Twenty five Twenty sax RUTH MARIE WAGNER Llfe revolves around the band twlrler for sure I know I ilunked that German test smxlmg thoughtful frlendly walking encyclopaedla about Urslnus College one of those women drlvers Stardust dreamy She wears a palr of sllver wmgs never hurrnes haxr troubles hard worker dlsc collector good teaser swell glr Ruthxe Red Cross 2 Garnet 2 3 4 Band Drum Major 1 2 3 4 Librarian 2 3 4 Spanish club 1 Swarthmorean 2 3 Basketball 2 3 4 Hockey 4 Lacrosse 3 4 Switchboard 3 4 WILLIAM WAYNE WARNER Wlener loud sults and those mdlvxdual combmatlons' has blg Interest ln Boston vxa Walllngford naturally allergxc to school work well supplled wxth acceptable excuses heads for the seashore ln the good old summertime thrlves on arguments steam engine laugh Football 1 4 Manager 2 3 Fire Squad 4 Glee Club 4 Class Treasurer 3 Cabinet 3 Senior play 4 ROSALIE RUTH WHERRY Rosle and blond coquettlsh eyes sxlly little gxggle open house Ocean Cxty a weakness for seafood a way wlth men long malllng llst one of Mrs Hunters typmg crew a Mr Anthony to all knows how to keep a secret argues her way out of anything generous everybodys Jltterbug partner H1 ya oney ' Garnet 2 3 4 Glee Club 4 Basketball 1 2 3 4 Spanish Club 1 Swarthmorean 3 CLR EDWARD COOLIDGE WHITECAR Buddy wavy red hair freckles had trouble staymg all ln one plece thxs football season azy Aw Mlss Klrkl woman hater? dog and horse lover often seen at stables an ardent hunting fan outdoor man enjoys Jokes often seen on the absentee IS strong and sllent Football 1 3 4 Track 3 4 w ... ... u 77 " ... , , - 44 n u - - - u - u 'rr .C ...C . ....C ...Z .2 ..l v ..C .C ..C ... 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WXmW.7.Lm, m Q ' li X!!! 2 ij 1 Thzrty ,, lass warm 'AT PHIL ALDEN leaxes the other quarter mllers behmd In the dust KEN ANDERSON bestows h1s haircut upon Dlck Jones CORNELL ARCHBOLD leax es h1s chew mg gum behmd Joan Medford s r CAROLINE BALDERSTON returns Blalr Academy to the Bla1r Bots HAROLD BARR gn es 5 to the class of 1947 ALICE BAUGHN leax es B0Og16 W0Og19 to Bach Brahms and Beethow en FRED BEHENNA returns hls Iokes to the Medxa Laundry JOAN BIERMAN leaves her super smlle to Borls Karloff MARJORIE BLACK turns ox er her wardrobe to Carolvn Morse BETTY BOTT wllls her baseball enthuslasm to the A s and Phlllles FRANCIS BREWSTER reluctantly abandons some of her talkatlveness to Sue Schellhase ELIZABETH BRYANT leax es her troubles to LOIS Booth JOHN CAMPBELL donates h1s sport Jackets to the Stern Upholstery Co HEATHER CHAMPION gnes Amerlca back to the Indlans DON CHANEY entrusts Sam Nowell w1th Intramural basketball JANE DAVIS bequeaths her blue Jeans to Judy Dlckson CARTER DAVISON w1lls h1s locker room Jokes to George Storck ANN DEFURIA presents the Western Umon wlth her bicycle ALLEN ENDERS leax es the Wlll IH a state of confuslon PRISCILLA ENSLIN returns German to Herr but takes the Iokes YVlth her FRANCIS EVANS departs earls for Temple TADDY EVANS leax es a closet full of w ell used hockey and lacrosse stlcks LLOYD EVERETT gn es his 1 04 tram departures to some enterprlsmg Junlor WJARY FETTER wllls 50 DIGQ each wexghmg 2 lbs to next year s Chem class CAROLINE FLAHERTY departs dragglng her red pocketbook behmd her JOHN FOSTER bestows h1s sllde rule on Berkowxtz VIRGINIA FRANCIS turns her Florlda tan ox er to Sadle Garrett JEAN GAVETTI wllls her Bllnd Date to Mr Hofmann JEAN GEMMILL leax es her ex elashes to Teel Dunn CLINTON GosL1N awards h1s ears to Jlmmy Streeter lWARGIE HARRISON bequeaths her thread and needle to the Smger Sewers ANN HARVEY wllls her kmttmg to the Wee Garment Dept of Macy s Q' -.TQ ,il , H1 In l ' X VIII ' .C '. I' ' '. ea . ' A l . ,ku ' , , 44 rv V A I . , , Y . BOB BOYLE gives an extra tooth to Bill Soden. 44 !! C . ' ' 7 . v 1 v 1 y w ' A t, A., . . A.. ,' aa ' va l V 7 . . . Y, ALICE HAY mtrusts V1rg1n1a Hay wlth all the puns concelnlng her name DON HEINZE offers hls puzzled expresslon to Harant BETTY Lou HELMUTH leaves us wondermg where to get some more Helmuths ToM HILL presents Robby Hopson wlth the chromlum on h1s new Ford BOB HULME leaves no more Hulmes to follow FRANCIS JENKINS gnes Washmgton D C back to the U S Gox ernment MARIAN KARNS bequeaths her taste for red halr to Carol Hemze PEGGY KEENEN sacrlfices her chemlstry abllltv to Stephen Spencel ANDY KIRK leaves his goatee to anvbody who can grow one PAT KLINE presents her behmd the scenes 3CtlVltl6S to the F BI BARBARA KRASE bequeaths her three whlte eyelashes to the Maybelllne Mascara Co NANCY LEWIS wllls her open houses to Betty Spencer DICK LINTON leaves IH a rush to answer the fire alarm MARILYN MACELWEE presents her eyes to the General Electrlc Co EDITH MAHER bestows her half hour glass figure on Tubbs McCowan MARY MARSHALL glV6S her wolfhounds to Dorls Black for protectlon JANE MATTHEWS leaves her flute for Horsev to toot PATSY MCCAHAN vulls her spelllng ab1l1ty to Mxss Klrk JEAN MCGLATHERY leaves her t1tle for the Junlor glrls to fight ox er CALVERT MELTON returns hls Zlpperhead to the Talon Co KATHERINE MOLSTAD donates her glasses to Ann Megomgal BILLY MORSE bestows her kllls on the Academy of Natural Sclence DELPHINE MURPHY wllls her natural blond halr to Bernlce Bromley BILL NELSON takes h1s fast p1Ck up wlth hlm BLAIR PRICE keeps the only Buck he owns RICHARD RAYMOND wxlls h1s legs to the Varga glrls MYRON SHARPE sends his v1ol1n to Jack Benny DICK SHELLY returns hls Township Jacket to Townshlp ELIZABETH SLATE ullls her qulet wavs to Brlnton Medford DON SWAN bequeaths to David Shank h1s Charles Atlas appearance DON SWEET returns hls chemlcal knowledge to Oppv NORRINE TAYLOR leax es the next year s football captaln to xx ho can tell w ho DICK TAYLOR wllls hls eyebrows to John L Lewls JOAN THORBAHN xacates her posltlon as confldentlal agent to Vlrglnla Bagshaw LILLIAN TOMITA leaves her helght to Patty Paul SINCHI TONOOKA blesses any lnsommac wlth hls abllltx to sleep ln class CAROL VAN ALEN gn es up some of her endless energy to Stuart Brown CONNIE VOSTERS presents the Sophomore glrls wlth P NI C DICK Voss gn es hls brother that long walk to school RUTH WAGNER leaw es the Band VNlthOUt a Drum Mayorette WAYNE WARNER presents hls subtle vnt to Mlss Armstrong ROSALIE WHERRY leax es Cedar Lane for the Forest of Lxfe ED WHITECAR gn es hls Industrx to Robln Harper NIINERVA ZENSEN leax es last ovsmg to alphabetlcal arrangement Thnty one I I I . . 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Qvmm Ei , QQ L I U Kb ml m --w FUUTBALL Coach Zlegenfus footballteanu after sweatlng out sexeral hard davs of p1act1ce at football camp, came back to school prepared to gn c the season a good start Though all hopes of belng undefeated were smashed 1n the Shdl0H H111 game Swarthmore unde1 the leadershlp of Captaln DlCk Shelly on the xx hole h id an excellent season ulnnmg SIX games los1ng tvxo and ty1ng one The tean1 ah411Haced two gnayers on the dlcounty tean1 Quartebxck B111 Nelson and next yea1 s Captam elect Bob 'NIcCowan SLHEDULE S H s o1'P TEANI XQth6l Ilovulcnuc 0 'Nlccha Sp11ngf1e1d Shalon H111 Cnen X01 Xeaclon Rlcllex TOXXIISTIID Lansdowne 1811 1x 'NIcCoxx an Shellx Su an St0lC1x Davlson 0 Thzfty nur Xndereon Nelson Tax 101 Archbold Polk Hal ant f ' , v . w V I I J n , px L -VA 1. 'a 1 if 1 ' vi v 1 A N 1 1 l I Y 1 I v 1 1 1 'O S I , YK 1 A1 . I . - , 2 . I. , v A. . S, L. V , . ' 1. ' f .1 ' ' s z - 4 . . ' 1 . . .9 ' , 4 . , . ' A . if ',4 4 , 1 .11 DZll'1l5' .. ......... 0 ' :11 I ' " "-1 1 . 27 11" .... T . " .1 . 19 . " .. .... 0 ' L' A' ' 6 ' ' ' ...... 20 1 " 21 1' -' 0 .' " ' 46 Y ...... 0 ' ' ' 6' ' t' ' . ' . 6 . ' ...... T ' .- by VA S S 'A Q 'x X 54 ?+i 11. Cornpletlng an excellent season except tor the xmgle lov to Lpper Dfubw the hoeku team DIOX ed lts ab1l1tx under the caplble leaclerxhlp of C oath Vlfglnld Allen and Cfxptam Heather C h lmplon St lrtlng unde-1 the handlcdp of onlx tu o uturmng lettel men the team flex elopecl mto one xx 1th the gre lteet potentmlltles that Whse Allen hm xet seen It 1 hoped th it Captfun elect Dorn Black xxlll ledrl the glrlx to in ex en mole Nuccesstul Neason next xear Sl HEDULI' 5UQQlLl P aughn Bl lnlt II uxex Hlllgflilll nu foul XX L ttoxx n TEANI lohnson I' Qttu lollt Lcnian Ju Ili 1 lunge Sthool in lloune e 1 Chdmplon X in Ale-n lx 1 L Lx xnx Spence! B1 on n Tlzzfty ru e l 'Phe boys basketballtearn conopleted a better than axelage season th1s xear In league competltlon thex Hnlshed ID a tl lple tle for th11d place xxlth 5 WINS and 5 losses The reco1d IH non league games xxas ex en better the team wlnnlng 3 and losmg one Some of the hlgh points of the season xx e1e Arehbold s sudden death goal ox 91 Glen Wor the dlllxdl of James Lauder to take ox El the coachmg dutles of Mr Relmer and the hald fought game xx1th Eddx stone IH the KIYKZHIS tournament Altogethe1 the season max be summed up as successful 1n the latter pa1t of the X9d1 'The teanq dlsplaxed xast 1nn11oxen1ent arul ended up 1HHklHg 9th n1the countx SCHEDULE SHS OPP Sp1 mgflelcl P1ospect Pa1k Glen Nor Rldlex Toxxnsh1p Eddxstone R1dlex Pa1k P1ospect Pdllx Glen X01 Rldlex Toxxnehl Eddxstone Rldlex Pallx '59 WIQOI3 Thzfty 514 I B 111 Ixulx Goslln -Xndu son Jones 1 I 39 -' A ...... 28 2 50 Clifton Heights .. 27 TEAM 29 1 - -f 42 31 ........ 211 , ,, 26 ' 3 Y . ' . :z2 ' , . 35 5 ....... 41 - 50 ' ,V 1 -f ..... 2.1 . as - 1 H 47 ' ' ' :so ' - ........ 2:1 23 ' 5 V . 'p , :a5 34 5 ....... 352 29 ' 3 -' ..... 2:5 . , " ........... 26 l l EIHLE BASKETBALL This xeal s basketball team under the able dlrectlon of Mrs Anne SUll1XdH had a xerx successful season The team ox ercame the handlcap of the loss of all but one of thelr xetelan plax ers and ww on a total of fixe xlctorles suffellng onlx one defeat The season was cllmaxed Wlth an ox eruhelmlng uctorx ox QI a strong Lpper Dalbx team Mlnerxa Zensen captaln of 46 msnes the best of luck to Jane Polk and her team of 41 QC HEDULF s H S Oll TEAM I msdoxx m I H n lY9lf0l4l L Stn Got en N01 Bl uk Polk ec 1 1 Rullex Puk 70 DI ex D ll ln West Johnson Tlmty sezen .1 v1171 11 I r I ' . v -'I 1 4 v v v u 1 v 0 - 11 1 l v 1 v u 1 v 1 v " ., 'v v. . 1 1 1. Y sri 'rv 1. 1 v. - v ' v' v v 1. - Y -- v I n. A n. ' ' v. 1 f .' 7 314 Y V ' 1 A I ,'r' , K J 1 N Jr ' 26 .2 Q Q- ...... 2:1 , :asa Hy- - ....... 11+ ' - 20 G1 - 9 11- - 29 M 1: ........... 13 15 ' g 2-'.....z:: L L' V- 11 l l l The track team, Wlth ten lettermen returnlng from last year, already has a substantlal start for the 1946 season Captalned by Andv Klrk the teanlls 6Sp9C1auy strong IH the running events and for the Hrst tune IH several years Coach Mlller feels that every event w1ll be well covered Insp1red bv an undefeated record 1n dual meets last year the team IQ looklng forwvard to another successful season SCHEDULE APRIL 17 Rldlev Townshlp Home 24 Sprlngiield Home 26 27 Penn Relavs MAY 25 Th Lansdowne Away Delaware Countv Eddy stone Home NOTT1StOWH Medxa Away Dlst No 1 PIAA Lppel Darby State College I7 ty ezght 'bfi Kll k Goslm Polk Alden Tavlol NIcCowan Hal ant Melton TEAM Bal r lN elson Andex son A1 chbold M001 e Hayes Elston EIHLQ LABHUSEE Ex ery ye ll lacrosse prox es to be one of the most popular of glrls sports and the 1946 season IJFOIUISQS to be no exceptlon Most of the glrls on the team recelx ed some lacrosse lnstructlon under Mlss Appleby s flexg, tutal ege but as some of Sualthmore Q 11X als ueze also thele lt should IJIOXQ an BXCltlllg selson How ex 91 the g11ls feel that xxlth WI1ss Allen s superb coachmg and Han Fettel s sp1r1ted CdDtd1HCX the team mll be xx ell ple paled for anothel undefeated seaeon APRIL C 7 'NIM Agnes IIXXIH -Xu xx Fllllltli Cent! xl -Xxx lx Lowe: NILIIOH Hom: Spllngslde -Xxx ix YY esttoxxn Holm 3 Lone! NIQIIOD -Xxx u J Fllends Cent! il Home 1 -Kgne-Q IIXXITI Home xr? Sp1 nur lx ll ns It nsm n lohneon I olls 1 TEANI Hoot X mn en l' x ms bl wk Fettcl H nwu Tim fy Illlll l I v 1 1 1 vw v v Y I I 1, 1 1 1 . . . . . . . , D v Lv 1 kwlv ' ku l .k1.w 'Lu ' 4 7 r - 4 w 1 va Q Q 1. v v v s 4 Q 1 ' , . v , . . . . . , . o I ' I 1 I Y 1,1 w . ' 4 I . ' I '- A . ' ' . v V ' ' N531 SCHEDULE A ' 'A 5- 5 ..... . , Y A 9- , '- 'z 'aj L' , U' ' '- -'-- ' 'z ' .' 'z Al ZF- -' ...... . 'aj 'Al 3. lyk 5 30- ' 5 ' ....... 1 5 A vi V . 1 ' " A. V Km so Z . , ,.. KT .' B .2 . - , T-. . ' 'A .... . 1 SCHEDULE Smedley Lowel Mel lon St Paul Swarthmore College Fozty BUYS LAEHUSSE Coach Zlegenfus lacrosse team gave much publlcltv to that sport thlq year by playing exh1b1t1on games at several hlgh schools ln the suburban area It 19 hoped that these games have created enough lnterest m these Th1S year the lacrosse team enlarged 1tS schedule to mclude a new opponent Lower Merlon who IS playlng lacrosse for the first tlme P1106 Huey B101 man bw an Hopson hnclel s TEAM Shellv Even ett Medfox cl DAVISOD B1 ovs n l l 3 7 . , . . . other schools to have them add lacrosse to their regular sports program. , Y ' , .L l L L t . . , ,,' i fp L Q :- Q M1-s , 1 I ,1 MI .ov Al XXVI nuumu ,L S As we pause to look back on the progress of our long upward climb through l1fe our eyes lest for a moment upon the tlme when we were tlght ln the clutches of the Swarthmore school and we stop a while ln remxmscence of the good old days Let us follow Peter and Harllet a typlcal boy and g11l ln thelr struggle to surmount the rlgors of a publlc school educatlon Recall the day when Peter and Harrlet were rudely dragged out of thelr so far sheltered llves and packed off to Kmdergarten Peter to College Avenue and Harllet to Rutgers KINDERGARTEN 1933 1934 Peters first xmpressxon of kmdergarten was one of dlllgence and lndustry Andy Klrk studylng to be an engmeer occupled hxmself w1th bulldxng blocks Others were trymg to learn that the clock sald 2 30 not 6 10 Stlll others were studylng tactlcal problems IH the sand box or maltlng butter Harrlets klndergarten days were happy and eventful The mam sport was swmglng down from the lockers and out over the rabblt cage on a long rope After such strenuous exercise even Dxck Tavlor enjoyed hls orange JUICE and FIRST GRADE 1934 1935 In first grade Peter lealned that those chicken tracks known as wrltlng really meant somethlng As a result llfe took on a new meamng Blrds were the lmportant ltems of study and he learned to ldentlfy thelr calls from records Between learnlng the alphabet and readlng storles about Dlck and Jane Harrlet helped Ruth Wagner and Carol Van Alen make orange crate furniture for the green and white playhouse SECOND GRADE 1935 1936 Under Miss Greens guldance Peter l1ved the llfe of an Indxan and gave plays about It to the other grades At thxs tlme he was plunged 1nto the deep mysterles of slmple addltlon and subtractlon Harrlet pamted plctures of SWISS cottages 1n the Alps and learned to multlply by 2 3 5 and 10 The blg event of the year however was Miss Kralls marriage to Mr Groff THIRD GRADE 1936 1937 In th1rd grade Peter was presented wlth hls first taste of astronomy and the advanced mathematlcs of multlplxcatlon This year the class turned Journallst and publlshed a real pexlodlcal Three Steps Up In thls her fourth year of school Harrlet drew some very reallstlc dlnosaurs and turned Orlental for a dramatlzatlon of Japanese lore ln whlch Wayne Warner was solemnly marrled to Babs Slckel FOURTH GRADE 1937 1938 The man from Mars Thatcher Robinson ar1 wed ln hls space shlp and planned new ones all year Fourth grade was romantic Wlth the study of Chlna Egvpt and Mesopotamla Thls year everyone made ABC books of Egypt Babylonla and Assyrla under the dlrectlon of Mlss McCall1n and poor Harrlet suffered the agony of long dxvlslon and Studebaker cards FIFTH GRADE 1938 1939 When they put one number on top of another and called xt a flactlon that was almost too much Phll Alden showed mlmsterlal talents when he marlled Taddy Evans and Johnny Hlhn ln a play The hlgh pomts of the year were the frxezes of the medleval knlghts and the battles between the Rutgers Ave Roughnecks and the Colleve Ave Scaredy cats Incldentally Haruets team never lost a game Forty two 4 f . f ji ...--.-t 'I 'II Il' F7' K 1, I , I 14 x ffficfl , 'N 1 6, . . . . ,, , 3 ,, -. . .' . . l - t ' I Y L : , " - , . . . . . . . , . . . Y U . . . -. . l : , : . . , . ' . nap ln the mlddle of the mormng. 1 - , y . . . . , . 7 . , . . . . 7 ' I . . , . I ! I ' 9 7 I V- . . . ' . . ' , , ' 1' ' ll . l! I y I l . . - , - Q . , Q 4 1 , . ,. . . - , , ' v . v . I . , . . . , I Y . I . . . . ' ' ' , . . v ' . , , l. 1 t' y . , - . , . SIXTH GRADE 1939 1940 Thrs was the year of the brg College Rutgers football games and of Mrs Mannals three narl paddle Peter studred the early explorers wrth decrmals and demons prled on rn preparatron for seventh grade Harrret played Pocahontas whrle a man named Hrtler marched rnto Poland To us however the Royal Oak was strll a tree Krck baseball and hrll drll seemed to be the vogue SEVENTH GRADE 1940 1941 In 1940 all rrvalry came to end as the two classes came together rnto one Srx perrods a day 8 30 wrrtten reports and endless teachers all rn one prll Here was the begrnnrng of the class of 46 as such Peter and Harrret went together to see the hrstorrc Phrladelphra landmarks and to gawk at the landscape from the top of Crty Hall Homework prled on rn earnest and they planned therr evenrngs rn terms of second perrods the next day EIGHTH GRADE 1941 1942 The class was now long grrnd ahead Thrs restrrctrons Lrfe was and the Wrllow Plate and Harrret learned how to say Buenos Dras and heard about the two leetle sloths from Allen Enders The grrls wore therr first long dresses to dancrng class but Bob Ashton came rn shorts NIIINTH GRADE 1942 1943 Nrnth grade was well filled wrth colorful events One was the scrap drrve rn whrch everythrng from scrssors to water tanks was collected and even a steam roller Peter and l-iarrret were rntroduced to Shakespeare rn the Merchant of Venrce and Drckens rn Davrd Copperfield Here they started to plan for therr future vocatrons and chose therr courses accordrngly Another event was the deluge of new students from out or town many of them later takrng promrnent posrtrons rn Senror Hrgh School Srttrng down rn front rt assembly the class now let the Junror Hrgh rn everythrng TENTH GRADE 19451944 Wrth arr rrrd drrlls to send boys runnrng to therr posts blackouts as an excuse for not dorng homework and the prnch of ratronrng the war seemed very close Peter and Harrret were now rn Senror Hrgh School, and proud of rt rndeed They swore perrodrcally at Trme Charts and drew lrnes and crrcles rn plane geometry Bama Nelson came up from the South qurckly made hrmself at home and became class presrdent and star quarterback 1 year later The class rlso presented the Soph Hop rts first dance whrch ended twenty dollars to the good to the amazement of all Peter took on Herr and hrs German classes and used to the wavs of the school and had settled down for the was the year of Pearl Harbor and the begrnnrng of wartrme not qurte so carefree Two brrght spots were the Fresta puppet show, under the drrectron of Senorrta Barley Peter ELEVENTH GRADE 19441945 Now Junrors Peter and Harrret were busy plannrng for therr senror year and choosrng colleges Along wrth a number of others they struggled through the college board examrnatrons They learned phrlosophy from Thoreau and Emerson and quoted NI rcbeth all year Then there was the Junror Prom resplendent wrth crrcus anrmals and a bandwagon and whrch amassed a grand profit of one dollar Wlovrng up dav was a clrmax never to be forgotten md rlthough Peter and H rrrret drdn t feel rny more rmportant just berng called senror w rs an achrevement TWELFTH GRADF 19451946 The senror yerr has nearlv passed as we pause rn retrospect that ye rr seems r surnnratron of the many that went before rt Peter and Harrret scarcely realrzed the prssage of trnre so filled were therr hours from dawn to dusk lf Senror Thenres rnd Burkes Essay on Concrlratron were not enough Dfrwn Patrol srxth perrod meetrngs and after school actrvrtres filled the brll The Senror Snowb rll topped anvthrng we had ever done before and rn sprte of the decoratron theme the general atmosphere was far from frrgrd Backed by the whole class and a fine supportrng cast Allen Enders and Alrce Hay came through to a well deserved trrumph rn the annual Senror play Berkelev Square The class pulled together throughout the gear to car ry out many other successful undertakrngs and the sport seasons contrnued to uphold the honor of Swarthmore Hrgh Now faced wrth Commencenrent the class must separate and scatter abroad Peter Jorns wrth the fortunate group able to secure admrssron to some of the completely swamped colleges Harrret wrth manv others wrll go drrectlw to work upon gr aduatron Whrchever course the graduates of the Class of 1946 undertake one may rest assured that the mam lessons learned at Swarthmore wrll render rnvaluable assrstance to them rn the ever rmportant responsrbrlrtres of a world Just emergrng from war Forty three - ' , I , nr n , ' - - - . , , . . . - - . . ' ' . ' I . ' 1 3' y ' 1 ' ' r - ' ' 7 . .-' 1 ' r y 1 I y 5 . . . . . Q ,V 4' . ,, H . ,, . . ' . . . ..' . U ' V7 u ' 77 w 1 ' w u ' - - - ' , . V - r ' 1 ' U . . , e Q 4 av - ' Cl , ' u ' ' rl ' n , , - , , . L . . Q . . . - .3 . ' . I I I ' u ' I I ' - . ' z '.. , - . Z- . . ,Z . . . y . . y , , , 1 I - H 1 U . L ' ' . t , . , . . . . . . 1 . . . 2 .- 2 L . y . , . . Harriet absorbed Brology from Mrss Barten. V ' 1 u v ' 1 4 ' 1 ' n ' - 1 -. Y , A 2 4 f .I . ' . . , . ' , .. A ' - . - . L 1 - , V 2 i . k . , I 2 b . i , . . Us . -,, 2 I ' . Q . A - L . 2 . . x .t . 3 .L . . y . a . in , , . .L . . .i . A At . - ' 1 1 1 . 7' w . 1 ' L L B K . . . . ' .C ' - . S' 1 --L . . ' , 2 . - . . Q D ., .. Y . ' .K . . v . 1 - K - .' ' G ' , u . . - U . .. . - U I , L' , ' , . . . . . v U 3 u - Y D - Y ' ' a .v r w v - ' . '-I gg.. 7 1 v-Vin Forty foul lass uf 1947 AHTES M FAULKINER J ARCHBOLD L FEDDEMAN BAGBY D FOSTER G BAGSHAVS V FRENCH BASSETT A GILBERT H BIERMAN C HARPER R BLACK D HARTMAN B BLACKMAN HAY V BLAKISTON J HAYES K BOGARDUS K HAYES R BOOTH L HEINZE C BORDEN D HOBBS C BOTT X HOMIRE J BOYCE F HOOT H BROMLEY HOPSON R BROVKN J HORNAD-XX -X BROWN S HORN-XD-XX I CAMPBELL D HLEX PA CARR J HLNTINCTON C CARTER E JONES R CLARKE W L-XNG E CAUTHORN R LLIAENS B CHILDREH J MCC-XNDLLSS M DANIS B MQQOVS -XN P DENVVORTH NIEDFORD f DISQLE H MECONIGAL A EARNSH-UN B MOORF XX FI STON C MOORHI- -XD P MORPY D MORSF Q MXCATT L NOVS ELL S OPPENLANDER PARSONS C PAUL P PITMAN M POLK J POLK J QLICIA C RIA CLIFFE N RUMBLE W SLHPLI HASE S SH-XNIA D SODEAN XX SPENCEI E SPENCER S STREFTEP J THOMPSON E THORB-XHN P THOPNTON L VS -XRREN G VSrILAND P YXIDDOMSON L XXILII-NAIS D MOOD M VS PIC IIT H A Q, -, A.. x, A . 'K " ' - A , Y ""N, A , Yin ,A , im:,r..A.. ...AAj:,. A A , V , ,A y w , A A , . A A , . v v A , . A , Y. . A A, . 1 v , . , . A , . 1 v . v , . A , S. A , . v v , . , . A A , v w tv A , '. , . A A , A , . A , . , . T L W' A A , . , . A , A . ,v A , . , . , . r - r - a - v v v w f 1 v - A 1 - 1 1. v w v A . A , A , . An . A . ' Y , A A , . A , . V w w ' 1 - , . A A A A , A . B v A v A . . A . . A A A , . v v v Y A 1 v v A , . A A A , A A A A , . v v - v V , A , . A A A , - . A A, . A v - 1 1 v w A A . . . A , . , . A A A . . A A A, A , A A , . A A , . A v v A v , . A A , . , A A , A. A . . ' A , . AA A , . , . A A A A . A . A A . . y , - 1 v vw . , . A A A . A. A A A . . v H , . v . J A , . A . A. A . . . . 1 A A . A . A A A A , . A A A , . A A. . . A . v , A , . , 4 A A , A A AA . A. A 1 , A-X. Andelson N -Xndes C Ba J Balon J Baughn E Beatty E Beneke R B6llx0XYltZ G Belnalfl NI Bosshalclt R Boyd J Blantnex 'N Bzay R Blown I Blown R Chdmb0lS NI Chxldney lx Davlsson J Dlckmson 'NI Dlckson J Dunn T Fmely B Flshel XX Gzllaghel I bulett S Halg, R Ia 55 uf 1948 Powers H Pressman Pritchard Reed H Reeves D Russell J Saltto N Scholl W Self K Smlth K Smith P Snell D Stelgelman Storck G Surrlck S Thayer M Thorbahn G Turner H van de Kamp E Halant J Hatch J Haw G Heltel J Hlckman A Holsex J Huev XX Iestel D Johnson H Jones A Kaxns E Kasten E Keen W Keenen L Ilchlltel A Iukens XS Mthel T WIdlSh M NIcC,ah'1n D WIcG1lbe11v H Vose Q 'u6llfOlll J Yvarren H Neal A West M Pntton B Wllllams M Pehflelil J Wjlllamg P Pialzglaff R Wllllq A P0lt6l A Wllson R 'w :'esr-er For ty five ' y - - ' , . , . . , . , . , H. ll, . ", , , E' , . . Y . . Y . 1 - , , y I L ' ' v . . ' Y ' . . . . , . Y I n A - ' - v - , , " ' ' v - - .. . A ' , . , . Y 1 ' ., . ' Y . ' ', . . ' . , v . K , . ' ' V v ' . , L. . , v , , . . Q A , , y l ' y ' . A , Y . 7 , I -. '. . 1 , . y , . ' , - zz ', . , , . , l ' A I -' v ' ' , . A ,. . 1 . , . Y , '. , . 1 ' 'W , , Y l -, . Av ' , , , . -1 l ' ' ' ' 9 ' Fawcett, R. Parry, B. When-yy E, '.l . y .' x I l ' . , ' ' ,C ' ' s - -, . 2 .- V ' ' l , ' v - V. I. , . rv ' ' ', . ' , . ll 4 fe ' It J ' A T ,t,.QQfW' H' H .. gc K K :ra 4 . , ,we-. w Q A f A 4 f J Q C ' " I 'W ri' ' 1,3- f. ol 1 4 , ay l abel, g achuif, m barnes b ban aclough, blake bogardus e boye J bl aneman h brandt v bloomall a brown bye f chlckel mg d Coleman s collms cul rv a dalton ddlllng l cllckmson d dlesden lx 81115 d elston c everett follette floebel fussell gavettl e godfrev b lass uf 1949 green, e grover hal a helmuth heltel J hodge g homu e, hop er t P 1zum1, 1 lzuno, h Jenkms kelghton lackev J lang m laws c lesley xx lewls m llnton 1 mazzeo mccahan mccandless VN eathels d mcchesney, V013 S mchoul J xx mst e mclntlre, w WW01'St J mckernan f Xeagel' T peal Son f Z9b1QY 9 march a 1 mare h r ,flv tvp - i Xibf' XX "'1 if 2000 A D Perfectron rergns on those Utopran shores W here all men dwell rn peace and ln content Where our dear class of 46 has banrshed Anger grlef and greed whrch all ferment To yreld up war makers and bloody wars And who drevx up the perfect constrtutron And who concerved Utopra on earth? Who the founders of a perfect lrber tv And drd they know therr great proud deed w rs worth A mrllron atom bombs rn dread profusronq The famous C reat Thrrteen comprrse the State Ten councrl members and a presrdent A bellhop rnd r great phrlosopher krng fThe bell box sorelv needed to prevent The lung rnd others from ar rrvrng late! Behrnd the chan of Calrcrt Welton pres To hand hrm water when he stops for breath Between hrs manv speeches where he savs In many words the needs of many lands Us Our Patrrck Henry Nelson then 6 5 ,, southern tone 1' R Insprrer of nren s hearts mth Ds namrc humorrst wrthrn the councrl -Xnd he who wrote utopran law alone W man of men hm The honorable H Taylor 33 1.9 'Nladame Tadfly Erans' represents The Perfect League of W omen Social Workers And next to her srts vrgorous Vary Feffcr Expert on acrobats and muscle Jerkers The lady athlete of the government Last of the arts sweet musrc makes her on Irzs Errslrn clarrnetrst toots her sulte Whrle Ge nrmrll the great ambassador from Chrna Reports on brrds nest soup and fr red cat meat -Xnd nronev and mllk and pekrnese rnd chow Scrence next to our round table comes Wrth flowrng be rrds md other worldly looks Sir Dr Enders and Professor Foster mousy books Recrtrng formulas and solv mg' sums Farr poetry thrs group rs not urthout luhrr Campbell smrles xxrth hrs ethereal grace Romantrc sage and urrter of love poerrrs Xl hrle rrtrst Crrrrry Ifrarrczs draws 1 face Lpon the table daubmg parnt rbout -Xnd last of all the great phrlosopher krng 1The best to rule because of hrs lrrge command Of mam words of mam sxllablesl That phrlosophrc ruler of the land lxrng llymn .Sharpe the Frrst of everxthrng Forty seren it xx C 'QVC . El cr 19 . C, ,I If xy,- ' E.. rf I Y r ' . Q . 7 ., . . 1 1 ' y . . . . Y ' ' ' .V 1 . . . . r , . 1 'D ' v D ' I ., . . A - ' 7 .L . U S , M- , . K . b ,Q K . ' . 'r A , - , , 1 - . ' , .r , ' V , ' . V. 1 , ' , r 1 '- ' . 1 " - - c , ' . ' ' . . A N' ' v ' x , 2 v. 2 z ' ' " - . : 2 .K . . . . v- . V in Ed IVlrr'lf'r-ur, the bellhop. quietly stands Conferring over mice and ' ' ' l ' ' ' A , ' R. ' v A r -, . .I Us . u ' fix-, . - . , - . - .- . - 1 , I Qfsr- Q - - M . - - h 1 . - Q-k 11. 1' v I l , L x v A v K 4 Y N., r f A r - . . S " , n , v 6 L I . 1 ,f X 5 . 'A' ll ' 2 ! 1. A , ,. . 1 ' 1 D Y. : ' . ' ' ' ' -' be A I QI. g 3 , . B K, h. . 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Alas a war 'r perfect war ls lurkmg now wrthrn a perfect land Shall harmony or drscor d wrn thrs dawn Can Good Perfectron or Tranqurllrtw withstand Or rs the ruler Evrl ever more" And now the two great srdes begrn to arm To fight the biggest war rn earth s cre rtlon For every man and woman plays a part But one man who rgnores the sltuatron Who for the world not man nor beast would h rrm Professor Ixcnncflz Anderson hrmself Who potters quretls rn hrs phwsrcs lab Experrmentrng on hrs frrends the rtoms But suddenlx he trlps upon a slab Of rock p1oJect1ng from a lower shelf He falls and fallrng breaks the fatal Jar Of lethal atoms that explode rn arr And start a charn reactlon round the earth Utopra rs lrghted by the flare Of burnrng and explodrng near and far The firemen could not stop thrs awful fate Though F1 ed Behenna trred wrth all hrs strength And musrc could not stop It even though Lloyd Everett sang arras at length Upon a record playrng on trll late When flames reached rt and drowned the vorce at last Amrd a chaos of chaotrc sounds All llvrng thlngs and much rnanrmate Were tossed as gravel and came down rn mounds Of ghastly fumrng death Mankrnd rs past And thus drd Tlllle her deadly harvest reap And thus drd mankrnd go to final sleep Amrd the wreckage of Utopra The perfect sea resoundrng far and deep The perfect man cannot per fectron keep 2012 A D Just lmperfectron now sur vrves of men In thrs the rum of a perfect land For Andy Kult rmperfect bum awakes Content to find thrs vearbook rn hrs hand To help hrm prck our Old Earth up agarn ra 1-Lal' v .. 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K ' 7 Q . . , - Q . . , , . 2 2 f j ' QS " . rtihttirs H Q NN HWMFX S0" O 3739 Fnfy fuo H.M....l Senior ahmet Vzce president LLOYD EVERETT Treasurer CALVERT MELTON Semetary CAROL VAN ALEN Senlor Cablnet thlq year besldes passing many lmportant regulatlons affectlng the students took part ln several suburban school conferences ln whlch the xarlous problems and achlex ements of the school were dlscussed Under the guxdance of Presldent Andrew Klrk Cablnet successfully sponsored the Foster Parent drne passed a resolutlon allomng student representatlxes to be present at facultw meetlngs and set up necessarx regulatlons for the school dances Of X , g .4225 I ' V 4 J 'V Y ,Aj , K- ix , kr g N I I President ............................... ANDREW KIRK Y v ' 7 . Y . . y . K K K . Y , . Y. .' . V t' I nl U' . f, K t S N' Eanh Captazrr FRED BEHENNA Manager STEPHEN SPENCER Treasurer ALLEN ENDERS Lzbrarrurr and Drum Major RUTH WAGNER New pep and enthusxasm has been ulded to the Hlgh School Band w1th the return of 1ts dxrector John H Jenm Bandmembers haxe a rlght to be proud of thelr performances at the football games and of the awards thev recelxed at the Cultural Olympxcs These achlexements were prm clpally the result of hard work ln mcreaslng the membershlp of the band to fortv students Exchange programs were arranged wlth other hlgh schools and the members of the band haxe telt that these programs were a xaluable part presented composltlons bs V8I'Ill Grofe Sousl Coldman and Beethoven Ku. 'hl C965 BAND X r--I Fzrty three I Y ' v n k'.n K1 1 kv 2 4 ' 1 I S ' . Y l nv. K- 1 v a ' I ' ' Y c Y. ' Y v 1 . . . , of the ear's activities. At is annual concert in A ril the band successfull v .V 5 JE A tl".".?:' 1' : -' r N 4- A 1 if 'ff' ., 'f . l 2- l 'Y K A X .e ' 4 Q ' 4 I ,XQ1 .x C ' . A V1.1 iv V- V v N I. . "' 5 g,:,,'g fy-f 1 fl I F Senior laugh Qlborus Pzewlmt LLOYD EVFRETI' 1161 P11x111'1nf f oRNF1i AR1 Hnoi D Slfllflllll ALILI- HAY IzIn111111Ns JAN1- DAVIS BETH Him During the 1940 46 xeason there wax plenty ot muxic il abilitx and enthusiasm in the chorus and under Misc Blodgett S careful supei x ixion a group noted for ite excellent performances was produced The two ablt accompinistx this xcar were X irglnia Feddcman dllll Allce Horn idax At C hristmax chorus prox ided the ITll,1S1CdllJdCkgl0UIldl01 the uxemblx program Why the Chimes Rang and in addition went cuoling ibout the town. During the spring a program was presented at Lansdowne High Qchool. The main performance of the year was at the traditional Spring Festival in Hay when chorus provided thc delighted audience with a varied group of folk songs. zfw an K 1 Assntzufc Edzfm Tfeaszlffz Izcsznms llanagm C zzfulufznn llnnngef Sports Frlzfuf Asszsfuuf Spmfs Fdzfm Garnet 'NIx1on Sharpe Heather Champlon John Fostel RlCl'ld!Kl Taylor lane Nlatthews Thomas H111 C 60126 Tholbahn f 1118 lunfS I all Ldztm llll9lL Fdztm I hofuyzaphy Hepufffls X llgmla Hax Phlllp Alden Calollne NIOISQ Paul VS llllams -Xnn il9FU!ld Rohext Fawcett Ralph BIOWD Alice Hav Ann POItCl Iatrlcla Morrow Thle xear the Garnet took on a new form mstead of COI1tlIlLllIlg as .1 mlmeographed magfwlne the school paper became a prlnted page lI'lClLld9Cl IH the Swarthmorean Wlth llrl1SS Adame as sponeor the staff was kept constantls on lts toes covermg the Qchool news Fllled wlth features such as the w ell read Here and There column and potent edltorlal comments thls year Q Garnet w as lI'lt9l9QtlI1g to townspeople as xx ell ai etudents Elmer edlted bs Marllwn MacElvsee contlnued to repolt the school g0SSlp ln the mlmeographed stxle of the old Garnet and vwae dlstrlbuted to the students on the days w hen the Garnet was publlshed ln the tow n p iper WN Fzjty me -f-'Yww'3.M 'Y' Fifty-six Senior 1915119 In the productlon of Belkeley Square the cast expeuenced some of the best fun and hardest vxork of the1r senlor year and MISS Ixlrk GXDBFI enced her first submarlne sandxs 1ch It would haxe pald a reportex from Elmer to drop 1n on some of the rehearsals as he vxould haxe found plenty of material Such thmgs as Mlss Klrk drlnkxng root beer rlght from the bottle prouded a laugh to offset the long hours of practlce Allen Enders, Allce Hav, and Marllyn MacElu ee dld outstandmg xx ork ln the leadlng roles and were well supported bv the rest of the cast A great deal of credlt and appreclatlon must go to MISS Klrk for he1 superb Job of dlrectlng and to the stage crew and the VHPIOUS other C0mmltt969 for thelr mvaluable 3SSlSt3.l1C6. Elachfruars Pzeszdmzf ALICE HAY I zce Pl6SlfI6l1f JEAN NICGLATHERY Tfeasznel HELEN HOOT Cuwtaru BETTY HARTMAN The B1dCkfI'1lIS under Mr Hofmann s dlrectlon presented as thelr annual productlon Best Foot Forwaxd a muslcal comedw adaptatlon of the plax bx John Cecll Holm The St0lX takes places at Wlnsockl Prep Qchool at the tlme of the Senlor Ball a tlme made far more 6XC1tll1g than usual bx the presence of the moue actress Gale Joy other Il'1LlS1Cd1 numbers added consulerablx to 1 grand performance on Februarw 9th The success of the production xx as largelx a result of hard ws ork on the palt ot Ur Hofmann md exerx one ID the olganlzatlon f3"'sr"""'7"x ws as L- Fzfty seven Y I Q ' .4 v v 1 y 1 ' I . 1 I 1 . c - , . . , . . 4 . 6' ' 'l ' ,T 1 1. I 7 I 1 ' ' v ' 1 K ,, K . . , . . . ,Y I Y A Y- mini, 7- The dancing chorus with its snappy routines, the sextette, and several 7' ' S, ' U' 2 . . ' l ' 4 ' 2 v .v ' . ' ' . . 1 6....,.1 .,.e,,,.,t,, ,,,,,,w,,,,,,,,-,UMW,'- 7 M l . -- V W, N V. E , . I if 1 s - I, ev f' ,S . S 4- A ' 1 .I wi- ' Y ' , f 4 - ,. . l N E L. - T 9' 0 Q? A f ' Y Fzfty ezght nn.: Ui QQ. Q QC UD Enya' Glee Qllluh the Boys Glee club made its debut at the Spllng Concert last year and became an lnstant success In response to eyei growing demands the Glee Club this year became a separatelv organized actn its which has conducted rehearsals on Thuisday mornlng Stolcalls bearlng the 7 40 atmosphere of Miss Blodgett s pneumonla box the loy al members gladualls learned the rudlments of note control and slght readlng The Glee Club united xx 1th the Chorus boys this spring to present sex eral stirring numbers at the Spring Concert and it is hoped that lnterest will contlnue to g10VK unt1l the group becomes one of the outstanding muslcal OlgaI1lZ3.t10I1S at Swarthmore High FF' Q 'O -. pw 5 ii, . Y was ,ID - K l v 4 f ,K 4 - q , I I , ... - g f 1 ffgft' ' t iw t K . Originally composed entirely of boys from the High School Chorus, Girls 415122 Iuh Pieszdent JANE DAVIS JEAN BROWN JEAN BROWN Vzce Preszdent Sec: eta: y BOBBIE DAVIS Glrls Glee Club IS an organlzatlon fo1 med for the sheer enjoyment of Ylllglflg and lts popularxtv 19 prox ed by the number of glrls who turn out at 7 45 every Wedneaday mornlng for practlce Thls group has been grow 1ng steadlly smce It waa firat organlzed five yearq ago when lt became known as the Dawn Patrol because there was no tlme durlng School houra for 1tS rehearaale Thw year the glflg Qang a sarlety of rounds popular songq and hvmns and under MISS Blodgett s dlrectlon gave an outstandmg performance at the Sprxng Featlwal I Fzfty nme ' Y Librarians .............................. TADDY EVANS . , , l If Y! ' ' 'x ' nn y ' Y ni, n, N , . ,V . . Y . 1 Szxty Grcbestra The orchestra thls x ear has ealned a real place for 1tself IH the muslcal program at Sxxarthmore Mr Izuml S fine xxork at the beglnnmg of the xear was carrled on bx John Jennx upon hw return from the serx 1ce Thele IS much hard xx ork to be done xet hoxx ex 61 ln 1nc1eaQ1ng the SIZE of the orchestra and eapeclallx ln dex elopmg an adequate strlng sectlon It IS hoped that young metrumentahats m the grades xx11l help 1n the gloxx th of the organlzatlon Under Mr Jennx s dlrectlon the OICh6Ntld presented lts annu il spllng concert ln June 1 . '- v - 4 1 f - 1 ' v ' -' . L . t . . . . . 'Vx v f ' ' v v ' v v ' x v'. . L . . L L . . 7 Y v v Q . . 1 . V. . l v ' L . v . v . I I l ' . Y . .w , A L . L . . ' f ' fu ' I x -' ' . V . L . . , . . . . y 1 -. . -. . - . . . . . . t . , , . . . 1 . 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