Swarthmore High School - Spotlight Yearbook (Swarthmore, PA)
- Class of 1948
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We the Class of 1948 haxe a special honor ln being the fiftieth gradu
thmgs haw e changed Methods of teaching have advanced and large modern
buildings haxe replaced the old We would like to express our sincere
thanks to all those responslble for making our school the high standing
institution it is today and vse would simply like to say We are proud to
have gone to Swarthmore High School
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ating class of Swarthmore High School. Through this half century, many
To Russell L. Snyder a man who not
only taught us but shared wlth us hls rare
quallty of understand1ng In years to come
we shall more than once thank Herr Snyder
for h1S ulsdom and guldance
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XE: QOYO Eivzi Cowxpcxrsy
If you had visited Swarthmore fifty years ago,
you could scarcely have believed it to be the same
place. The houses were scattered, the north being
more thickly settled than the south side. The
streets could hardly be called so, for they were
really rutted lanes, with the exception of Chester
Road. Of course, there were no sidewalks any-
where in the town. Where they might have been
were rows of hitching posts, since horses were the
only means of transportation. Just about where
the underpass now runs, could be found a horse-
trough where friends often exchanged gossip while
the horses drank. This all disappeared when the
underpass was put in. Prior to this, there were
gates at the railroad crossing which were guarded
by a well-known citizen, Mike McCarty. Everyone
employed in the city used the traing so it afforded
an opportunity for the men of the town to become
When you stepped off the local train, you were
not met by a shiny taxi cab, but by a Tally-ho
drawn by four horses. It was the property of
Strath Haven Inn and could be chartered for
pleasure trips. The college hired it to transport
their football teams to "away" games.
For a long time there was no grocery store in
Swarthmore. The townspeople bought their fruit
and vegetables from hucksters w h o passed
through the village. For other shopping, they
had to travel several miles. The first store in the
town was situated on Michael's corner. It was a
grocery and meat store run by Hannum and Huff-
nall. In the same building was Dr. Morgan's drug-
store where Vic Shirer was a soda clerk. He
eventually came to be the owner. Incidentally,
sodas were quite a specialty in the drugstores of
those days. Also in this grand drugstore, was
placed the first telephone in Swarthmore.
The borough hall, as now, served many pur-
poses back in the old days. The second floor, now
the library, was a large auditorium where the
early commencements and high school dances were
held. On the third floor there was a large balcony,
and in the basement was a barber shop where no
woman would deign to go. The barber was also
the town laundryman. He collected the men's
stiff shirt fronts and collars and sent them to West
Chester on the train. The fire company was in
the same place, but it was a bit smaller. There
was one horse drawn fire truck. Only one police-
man was provided.
Opposite the borough hall, was the town
dump, which was later cleared away to make the
Woman's Club where all our dancing classes are
held. In the middle of Park Avenue between the
dump and the church, was a large fountain. Nat-
urally, this would seem rather out of place in
present day Swarthmore, but we must remember
that there were no cars or paved streets, and too,
this was fifty years ago!
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The history of Swarthmoreis public school
system began in 1890 when the Yale Avenue school
was built. This school occupied four rooms on the
first floor and was taught by two full time and one
part time teacher. It started out with only seven
grades, but adred one almost every year.
When the School Board visited the school in
1895, it found "things going along fairly well, but
the teachers do not seem to understand the heat-
ing apparatus." We have not noticed that the
teachers have any dilliculty "turning on the heat"
The secondary school students, who had to
attend school until they were fourteen, had only
one session a day, from 8:30 to 1:00, and studied
geography, civics, history, geometry, algebra,
English, Latin, German, physiology, and business.
Sciences were not introduced until later.
'lhe first Commencement was held in the Bor-
ough Hall in 1898. Each senior Cthere were only
fourj had to give an oration. Other forms of
entertainment such as piano solos or mandolin
duets were common at this and later Commence-
In 1899 the School Board minutes stated that
"the principal was instructed to inflict any cor-
poral punishment which may be absolutely nec-
essary". This policy has since changed-thank
A twelfth grade was added in 1900, enabling
the School Board to announce with great pride
that Swarthmore "now has a school taught by
eight teachers, which offers a twelve year course
of study, preparing for college or business."
At this early stage sports were non-existent.
However, in winter Mr. Todd, the principal, en-
joyed going out to 'tsnowball with the boys."
Apparently the girls were out of luck.
Expenditures were closely watched by the
School Board in those days. "On motion of Mr.
Kolle, it was decided to buy two pencil sharpenersp
Mr. Cresson was authorized to make the pur-
chase." At the same time, we find that a tuning
fork, window shades, and four dozen antiseptic
slates "for trial use" were bought.
By 1901 the library fin the pr1ncipal's olTicej
'tconsists of 269 volumes which are extensively
used by the pupils - twenty-seven now being'
In 1905 visitors were permitted, but "school
work must not be interrupted to accommodate
photographers or solicitors." To consult the prin-
cipal, parents reported after school. Nowadays
pupils report after school whether they want to
consult the principal or not.
During this period students frequently atc
chestnuts in school, cracking them noisily in
classes. Today they pop bubble gum.
The present High School building was con-
structed during 1911 and 12. Disaster tinged thc
first year. At the dedication ceremony in May
1912, all the fuses blew out, and darkness prevailct,
until the entire stock of candles at Smith's store
was rushed to the rescue. The first graduation in
this building in 1913, was held in Mr. Oppen-
lander's room, then used as the auditorium. It was
so hot that one girl fainted and had to be carrieo
out. The rest of the audience soon began to notice
that the newly varnished chairs were quite sticky.
However, they didn't realize that they were all
stuck fast until it was time to leave.
Mr. Oppenlander's room also became the
library when the books began overflowing thc
main office. The basement was then in active use.
Mr. Edenhart's present work shop was the gym,
and often became flooded when an underground
stream in the janitor's room overflowed. We have
never had a swimming pool since. In those days
gym consisted mostly of marching, calisthenics,
tumbling, and rope work. The girls had to wear
middy blouses, pleated bloomers, and long stock-
ings! The lunchrooms were also in the basement.
The boys ate in what is now Mrs. Kenney's olfice.
and the girls in the present band room.
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Dun Alma Mater
As the month of June draws near we
look back on the many good times we haxe
had at school which must come to an end at
The first big ex ent of our school career
was our kindergarten trip to the Rose Valley
Pool To add some excitement Millie Ber
nard took a spill into the deep end but Phil
Price played the hero of the day and loaned
her some clothes By the end of the year we
had finished our outdoor fireplace and tried
it out by cooking applesauce
We spent most of the next year passing
contagious diseases around Waldo started
the chicken pox epidemic and Nancy set
whooping cough on its way After a tough
winter we celebrated the coming of spring
with a trip to Bellfields pond to feed the
Joan Russell started second grade off
with a bang by breaking Miss Hoffmans
radio We became experienced travelers that
year getting acquainted with the community
by visiting the Post Oifice the Police Station
and the Fire Department To further our
knowledge of the outside world we went to
the Navy Yard. The year come to an excit-
ing climax when we saw two boats launched
at Essington and went on board Phylliss
Our outings continued through thiid
grade. The greatest came when we visitel
the Great Valley Flour Mills in Paoli an'l
brought back some buckwheat flour to make
pancakes in our cooking class. Miss Young
taught us to square dance, but we were much
more interested in the Breyer's Ice Cream
Company where we had all the ice cream we
could eat, for once! By the end of the year
Sue and Pat, bored with school, ran away to
sing on the radio, but David Chickering anal
Bob Buxbaum played detective and succesn-
fully returned the "travelers,"
In the fourth grade we gave our first
play Sokar and the Crocodlle for which
we made our own costumes from old sheets
and burlap bags During th1S year B1ll Huey
was the edltor of our famous newspaper
Hlghllghts of the Week We took some
more trips that year but on the way home
from the planetarlum our bus broke down
near Darby much to our dellght
In the fifth grade the Rutgers Avenue
Choir was formed and sang at the annual
spring concert Our now experlenced dra
matlc club gave an or1g1nal production of
Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs e
made our own stalned glass wlndows after a
V1Slt to see them made professlonally whlle
at College Avenue Mlss Wiseman mtroduced
us to the constructlve pastlme of weaving
Sixth grade brought many partles 1n
Dave McCahans cellar where h1s gulnea
pigs provlded much entertainment We be
came lnternationally minded when Robin
Colquhoun came from England and the boys
began to study about Hawall after Phoebe
Lukens dld a hula hula dance
After being the big wheels ln ele
mentary school Jumor High was quite a let
down' We will never forget Miss McK1es
llttle bell' After belng mtroduced to danc1ng
class we became soclal mlnded We gave a
good old fashioned barn dance at Emmons
and a terrlfylng Hallowe en party at Mush s
We prox ed our worth by dolng a bang up Job
of the scrap drlve
Nlnth grade' That was the year George
Storck made hlS ninety yard run for a touch
down against Marple Newtown What a
thrill' The class moaned every time we saw
a new substltute algebra teacher Wasn t
algebra hard enough wlthout having a new
teacher almost ew ery week? The year ended
w 1th our first final exams but we managed
to suruxe them
Our sophomore year started off w 1th tu
outs for Chorus and stlffness from cheerlead
ing and football practlce To get lnformation
for our Time Charts we took a trip to the
Parkway Museum in Philadelphia Miss
Barten s bl0lOgy classes proved entertaining
as well as educational We fairly ln ed with
frog crayfish and the llke Our first class
dance Club 48 was wlthout a doubt 1
Our Junior year was spent struggling
through Emerson and Thoreau but we took
time out to usher ln spring with a terrific
class dance To celebrate one of our football
victorles the class got together over hot dogs
and doughnuts at Smedley Park Joan Rus
sell became our first bride while Marge
Johnston rellnqulshed her txtle as Queen of
Algebra to Jane Penfield Most of our Sat
urdays were spent 1n cruising around dem
onstratlng our recently acquired drning,
ab1l1ty Our boys came out on top of the
lntramural league w1th Rodney Bray as
feated football team ln our senior yeal ' The
fall season was topped by the grand party IH
the gym and our stupendous Blue Hefu en
not to mention the stag party at Pressman s
The girls will never forget those slumbcx
parties' Our senlor play Heax en Can
Walt couldnt have been better noi ould
the party w hich follow ed at Andes B111
Huey with the help of many others put ox tx
the successful C A R E program whlle Paul
Hummer our actne Cabinet piesldent
guided the school through a busy yeal
And now as we leaxe we wish to thank
you our Alma Mater for all of the fun and
wonderful times we have had slnce we
started to school almost thirteen years ago
The Class of 1948
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NANCY STEELE ANDERSON
Damty and petlte one of our natural blondes
mnocent blue eyes H1 there"' very fastldlous great
stage ambltxons always m a hurry to get somewhere
dlstmctlve walk blg worrles about Chemlstry always has
an answer I n't lt the truth " a smlle for everyone
proves that good thlngs come IH small packages
Blackfrlars 3 4 Hockey t1ntj2 3 4 Basketball qlntj 2 3 Lacrosse
qintb 2 3 4 Senlor Play 4 Food selling 4
CHARLES LOVETT ANDES
Accomplished producer and actor boat racer Ocean
Clty summers balanced by Florlda wmters argument for
arguments sake perslstent Forelgn Policy Assoclatlon
well dressed love my car, love me K Y W Senlor
Play hero w1de Interests publxc speaker bad ankle
that boommg bass volce' always busy a chemlstry
wh1z horse laugh versatlle
Football fintj 2 3 Basketball qlntj 2 3 Baseball llnty 2 3 Black
fglars 213 4 Club 2 3 president 4 grojection Club 2 Class
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JOSEPH EARL BALL
Quiet seldom angry hangs out ln shop as no
oncmles one of the Morton boys football shoulders
bllght sm1le w, come on good sport cute
sudden laugh bashful B squad star man of ve1y
few words shortle of the class allerglc to schoolwork
loyal supporter of the teams
Football lint! 2 3 4 B squad 4 Basketball flnty 2 4 Baseball
qlntj 2 3 4 Soccer Qlnty 2 3 4 Fire Squad 4
JOHN JAMES BARON
Slow and sure one of Mrs Boulter s problem chlldren
hearty laugh has an answer for everythmg
mechamcal drawmg whlz one of the Chester gang
Nuts seldom worrles gum chewer good sense of
humor Loulse one of the boys those breadman
pants' blg and brawny easy gomg good man
Football fini 2 Basketball tn J 3 Baseball tl tj 3 F e
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ELIJAH BAUGHN JR
Rough and tough qulet a fightlng guard good
natured soccer star Bomber homeroom trouble
maker a lover not much to say ln class deservlng
Varslty Club member energetic and lots of fun a star
at lme basketball determmed mnllxons of mcknames
quiet sense of humor a forceful momtor easy gomg
Football 2 3 4 Basketball flnty 2 3 4 Baseball ilnty 2 Varslty
Club 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 Fire Squad 4
ROSEMARIE ANNE BENEKE
Rodle tall and slum envlable shlnmg halr
strlkmg expresslve hands weakness for green every
body s Jltterbuggmg partner slde remarks model color
guard that persxstent blush' real artlstlc ab111ty Wl
of her own loves weekends-and Ocean Clty under
standmg frlend out of town Interests sophlstlcated
sults and more sults German whlz welcomes the postman
Hockey 2 3 Qintl 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Lacrosse 2 4 Glee Club 2 4
Garnet 4 Switchboard 3 Ticket selling 3 Band 4
Falthful Fold statlonwagon Evergreen 6 0725 made
a name for hlmself on the football team another Chester
commuter H w bout a game of pmochle"" Berkles
Beer Garden has hls serlous moments arguments
Jerrv a Joke for every occaslon Medla Inn doesn t
worry about school teacher s pet really gets around
Football 3 4 Basketball tint! 2 3 4 Soccer Qlntl 4 Varslty Club 4
Wrestling fl ty 3 4
MILDRED ELAINE BERNARD
Rosy cheeks llkes all sports mdustllous always
neat typmg whlz loves Ocean Cnty those long finger
nalls Dew Drop Inn Bryn Mawl cute clothes
and makes them helself Bernard and Jester worrles
oven cholus lobes hald worker gets along well wlth
others domestlc seldom seen around after school
always laughmg M1ke"
Chorus 2 3 4 Hockey 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Lacrosse 2 3 4
Glee Club 2 Ticket selllng 3 Food selling 4 Switchboard 4 Monitor 4
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RODNEY DUVAL BRAY
Quiet UI a flashing halfback wearer of contact
lenses Junior year Intramural champ hard on little
brother and sister proficient in the art of cradle robbing
mugged school is the least of his worries athletic
cute one of the boys shy sense of humor fire chief
devilish grm Hashy sweaters all around good man
Football 3 4 Basketball finty 2 3 4 Baseball tint! 3 Lacrosse
3 4 Fire Squad captain 4 Homeroom vlce President 2 Varsity Club 4
The Kid variety of women trick knee
Chester boy that Packard we ve never seen always
ready with a Joke noted best dancer ln class natural
leader new Plymouth all his own Semor class vice presl
dent basketball deadeye of 203 Quality Market
wisecracks outstanding bass endless repertoire of songs
Football 2 tlnty 3 4 Basketball flntl 2 3 4 Baseball ll ti 2 4
Wrestling Qlntj 3 Chorus 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 Homeroom presl
dent 3 4 Class vlce president 3 4 Cabinet 3 4 Track 2 Senior Play 4
RALPH LYMAN BROWN
Henry concise manner first cousin to a book worm
. . . playwright swims like a fish seems shy but'
wisecracks . . . Mumbles . . . conscientious student . . puns
. . . fiendish ideas . . . man of few words . . . original . . . always
willing to help-and always does . . . Mrs. Mathews pet . .
destined to succeed . . . impish grin . . . a woman-hater . .
Football tint! 4 B-squad 4' Basketball Qlntj 2 3, 4- Baseball umm
2 3 4' Garnet 2 3 4' Chess Club 2 3 4' Senior Play 4' Flre Squad 4'
HELEN IRENE CHAIKEN
Beautiful olive skin . . . bus rides from Chester . . . often
seen at frat parties . . . a hockey goalie seldom scored upon . . .
unique jokes . . . suits and more suits . . Christmas suntan
straight from Florida . . . crazy woman driver . . . always losing
things . . . dark eyes . plays the field . . . swell friend . .
shiny black hair . . . headaches of Glee Club.
Hockey, 3, 4: Basketball, Ilrxt.J, 2, 3, 4: Basketball manager, 4: Lacrosse.
41nt.J, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club, 2, 3, secretary, 45 Switchboard, 3, 4: Homeroom
treasurer, 3, 4: Chorus. 4.
One of the Rutledge boys The Gripe rldes to
school with Hank the strong silent type big time at
Penn State Varsity Club member Prospect won t forget
Chilly s two T D s burns up the track appreciates a
good Joke shuffling walk outwardly shy coy smile
swimming demon relay king
Football 3 4 Basketball flntj 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Soccer flnty 3 4
Wrestlln tlntp 3 4 Varsity Club 3 4 Fire Squad 3 4
DAVID CURTIS COLLINS
Tall storles 3 letter man never quite makes it to
school Monday mornings tall and lanky glue fingered
pass receiver Ferble a willing ear for Jokes
lady killer knows how to use hls height baseball hot
shot slick dresser slow and steady Shucks, man
good fol laughs sheeplsh grin
Football 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 co captain 4 Track 3 4 Lacrosse
gntgag :Vrestllng qlnty 3 4 Varsity Club 3 4 Fire Squad 4
RICHARD CROWTHER '
Buddy th famous Scooter boy boss of the
basketball team woman hater great walker doesn t
entirely appleclate school intelligent expression appears
to be lazy but don t let it fool you quiet crop of blond
curls doesn t have an enemy aims to please versatile
face for grimaces in Engllsh indispensable football taxi
Basketball manager 4 Basketball flntj 3 Baseball tlntj 3
JOAN KATHRYN DAVISSON
Natulal blonde bubbling ovel with personality
Illlt3tl0llS raised eyebrows abundance of clothes
men from foul corners of the U S frequent house vlsitors
. . . Delaware summers . . . passion for sailboats and Halsey . . .
hard worker . . . loves to eat . . . almost always late . . . P.M.C.
dates . . . experienced ice-skater . . . laughs continually . . .
conneftions with the college . . . glamorous smiles .
Hockey 2, 3 4: Ga.net. 2: Glee Club, 2, 3, 4: Basketball, 3: Switchboard
3: Ticket sellln 3, Food sellin 4, At Club 4 M 'to 4'
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Last of the Dlcksons contaglous laugh Mother of
the Class Jujxfrults wears elther gold football or
sllver track medal exotlc flngernalls typmg whiz UU
Let s have a summary Herr alwavs busv short
curls Aggle Mack eves frlendly lengthy phone calls
Marne superhuman sense of dlrectlon ollgmal
spellmg endless energy He s a Jokah"'
Hockey 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 Lacrosse 2 3 4 Garnet 2 Glee Club
2 4 Chorus 3 4 Switchboard 3 Cheerleading 4 Cabinet 3 4 Senior
Play 4 Homeroom Treasurer 2 Ticket selllng 3 Food selling 4
Our southern gal constant worrles about everythmg
that beautlful curly han varlous out of school Interests
rabld band member French troubles can often be
found ln 203 great talker a brldge fiend sympa
thetlc always smllmg C P answer box consclentlous
rhythmlc walk eternal glggle frlendly human
plllbox photogemc doodles
Hockey 11nty2 3 4 Basketball tlntb 2 Garnet 2 Band 3 4 Home
room Secretary 4 Red Cross Club 4 Honor Society 4
BETTY LOUISE EMERY
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Meltmg brown eyes short n cute that beautlful
long curly halr cute clothes H y Marge' '
Chester glrl softspoken gulllble baby soft skm
Emery and Johnston fleet footed wlng mlldly sarcastlc
puzzled expresslons tlckles the lvorles Jlttersl
laughs cute legs has no enemxes seldom angry
Hockey 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 llnty 4 Lacrosse 2 3 4 Homeroom
Secretary 2 3 Class Secretary 2 3 Glee Club 2 3 4 Ch rus 2 3 4
Ticket selling 3 Food selling 4 Class Song 4 Monitor 4 Cabinet
ROBERT DEAN FAWCETT
Aunt from Chma ace of the keyboard loves
French U1 slck U1 every slx weeks very frlendly
never wlthout company enroute to school mad drlver
backbone of the B squad good dancer spends much
tlme ln Art room Ill type your theme for a buck and
half good sport Washxngton Merry go round
Fotball B squad manager 4 Basketball tlntj 3 4 Blackfrlars
2 3 4 Garnet 2 3 4 Projection Club 2 Assembly Committee 4
Monitor 4 Class Song 4 Fire Squad 2
WALDO REYIN OLDS FISHER
Easrly aroused for argument naval expert wr
alwavs lend a hand busrnesslrke drstrngurshed walk
Id Just lrke to ask Howard a questron volley ball stand
ou mature attrtudes gets red easrly brg wheel of
the Garnet stall' knows all to be known about parlramentary
procedure Forergn Polrcy large vocabulary detarled
Chess Club 2 3 4 Blackfrrars 2 3 4 Garnet 2 3 4 Yearbook busr
rcs manager 4 Senror Play 4 Fire Squad 3 4
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PATRICIA ANN GALLAGHER
Expressrve green eyes r unpredrctable Stone Harbor
knows men from everywhere graceful dancer demon
cfhver Gall a gher drd 1t"' the flghtrng Irlsh attrac
trve class Sara Bernhardt vrvacrous household
manager those grey harrs of worry peppy cheerleader
spasms the story tellrn srstah hot temper
do anythrng on a dare one of the Gallaghers rambunc
Hockey llntj 2 3 4 Basketball nlntp 2 3 4 Lacrosse fl tj 2 3 4
Glee Club 2 3 4 Blackfrlars 3 4 Cheerleading 4 Garnet 3 4
Assembly Committee 4 Monitor 4
Our edrtor rn chref reserved at first runs lrke the
wrnd summers at Rarny Lake good grades come natur
a y destrned to go far low laugh three year chorus
cat lover crop of yellow harr not afrard of the teachers
a walk all her own screntrfically mclmed
Hockey 2 3 4 Basketball 11nt32 3 4 Lacrosse 2 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4
Orchestra 4 Yearbook editor in chief 4 Honor Soclety 3 secretary 4
ches Club 2 Monitor 4 Swrtchboard 3 4 Trcket serrln .5 rood
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RCBERTA MARY HAIG
Strrkrng photogenrc natural sophrstrcatron
cheek chewer laughs rn French and German III starry
eyed expr essrve hands thoughtful slrm figure
effectrve sarcasm Hysterrcal' executrve lots of
porse eifor tless conversation dependable a finger
rn every pre rars d eyebrows Goodre bye a srncere
frrend metrculous dresser sparklrng smrle
Garzre 2 3 4 Caarn t 2 Yearbook associate editor 4 Honor SOCIEUY 4
Class iecre ary 4 Red Cross Club 3 I-Iociey 2 3 4 Basketball mint r 4
Lacrosse 3 4 Class Son 4 Monrtor 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 Fo d
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Frlendly smlle brg famlly Qto put It mlldlyj loves
to argue-and alwavs does professor of the class can
keep a conversatlon gomg' great Jokes sllghtly moody
What a cyllnder block' happy go lucky possesses
qulte a laugh punster headed for a career ln physrcs
l9allStlC lmltatlons of Al Jolson
Football qlntj 2 3 4 Basketball Qlntj 2 4 Baseball Qlnty 2 3 4
Garnet 2 Clrorus 4 Glee Club 3 4 Fire Squad 2 4 Hom room
lrcasurer 3 e
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Queen of sports summels at the lake clothes
anything for laughs that green Ford mole clothes
goldlelocks tall and good lookmg unforgettable slumbel
partles takes to water lrke a hsh plano master
bads' one of the girls natlve of Rutledge crazy
Accldents eager fox mall B I O Helte
photography hend gaggmg laugh
Hockey 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Lacrosse 2 3 4 Gle Club 2 3 4
lied Cross Club 3
ANNE MCDOWELL HICKMAN
Another out of townel QGlen Mlllsj a whiz on the
hockey field llves for weekend rldmg and huntrng
dlamatlc and Journallstlc abllrty last mlnute rushmg fol
E1dll'lS natural blond curls chemlstry and French troubles
beautuul soprano sololst blushes easlly edla
lnterests shy grggle frrendly Hey, Davlsson
Hockey 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 Lacrosse 2 4 Blackfrlars 3 4 G1 e
Club 2 3 bemor Play 4 Chorus 4 Monitor 4
JAMES MALCOLM HORSEY
Father of the Class would glve you the shirt off hrs
back blamed fol evelythmg-does everythm orlgmal
W1 born rmrtatol coach s right hand man wonderful
111end Disney Cartoons llfe of any party worrred
by trlfles a prankster wrthout an enemy varslty track
De Gospel lram anything for a laugh
Football manager 3 4 Basketball llntj 2 3 4 Track 3 4 Baseball
llntl 2 3 Chorus 3 4 Yearbook 4 Varsity Club 3 4 Senlor Play 4
Fire Squad 2 3 4 Glee Club 3 4 I-lomeroom vlce presrdent 2 Wrest
nntp 3 4 Soccer qmtl 3
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WILLIAM RONALD HUEY JR
Alfalfa all around athlete ladles man loads
of freckles Who do you travel wlth " good dancer
rolled up pants unruly halr lots of finesse re
quent trlps to surroundmg commumtles What do they
all you?" cracks gum good marks the easy way
Football 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 co captain 4 Lacrosse 2 3 4 Base
ball 4 Homeroom president 2 3 4 Chorus 3 president 4 Fire Squad
2 3 4 Blackfriars 2 3 4 Boys Glee Club 3 4 Varsity Club 3 4
PAUL ARTHUR HUMMER
Master of ceremonles How are you domg " plays
a mean clarmet perpetual smlle newcomer last year
consclentlous cabmet presldent a good word for everyone
hard worker dependable halls from Clnclnnatl
always ln good splrlts frlendly contlnually rushmg
through the halls Jlmmy Crlcket llves m Mr
Thompson s office D n t forget cabmet "
Football tlnty 4 Basketball flntl 3 4 Baseball llntl 3 Soccer tint!
Band 4 Honor Society 4 Cabinet 3 president 4
DOLORES ELIZABETH JESTER
An ambltlous typlst shorty keeps the post office m
business blg mterests ln the Navy not much to say
Jewelry galore domestlc always neat those Ocean
Clty summers good sport half of the Jester Bernard
uo hand worker helpful even tempered loves
to 1ce skate always has brxght red nalls
Hockey 2 3 4 Basketball lintl 2 3 4 Lacrosse 3 4 Switchboard
2 3 4 Monitor 4
HELEN RAE JOHNSON
A natural for all athletlcs outwardly qulet mllllons
of men from all over locker room laughs always ln a
good mood rellable sparkllng smlle outstandlng
hockey captam good frlend determmed Hey Dorls
soft chuckle optxmlstlc loves to tease "Caldon1a
even tempered good sport always wnllmg to help
Hockey 2 3 captain 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Lacrosse 2 3 4 Chorus 3 4
Switchboard 4 Homeroom secretary 2 4
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Spolts and mole sports basketball demon Plne
Rldge Pontlac convertzble that nevel convel ts 1nde
pendent 0lltYV31fllV qulet never XYOIIIGS untll the last
nnnute slxghtlv moodv masculme understandmg
one of the gnls Hoagles and Pepsles altlStlC Han
a stolc llpstlck shv SQIIOHS at the llght tune
puppv dog OXDIQSSIOHS domestlc UU well llked bv
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ELINOR SHEPHERD KARNS
Soft volce soft laugh sweatels and 111019 SW6BtClS
sallboat fan coast guald 1nt rest a vely busy gul
frlendly would do anvthmg fol vou outwardly
se11ous artxstlc abllxty her own clothes deslgnel
No k1dd1n"' able plesldent of honol soclety knlttmg
genlus one of Herr s gnls not easlly Hl1St6l6Cl
unclex standmg qulck thlnker
Red Cross Club 3 Homeroom secretarv 2 3 Blackfrlars 3 4 Garnet
treasurer 4 Hockey manager 3 Lacrosse manager 4 Hockey fmt!
,rc xdent 4 Momtor 3 4
EWALD FREDERICK KASTEN
Qulet a Rutledge man push up lung gulllble
falthful Swarthmole rooter Herr s only thnd yeal man
weight llfter first class always Wllllllg' to help gets
alound on a blcycle HZIVQ laughs at most anythmg
fuendlv when vou get to know hlm that Germ in accent'
more to hlm than meets the eve Faust
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WILLIAM ROLLIN KEEN JR
Super caltoomst vely congenlal fellow murdexs
all languages contlaly lock of haxr hked by all
H Il s contempolalv problem ougmal brlght snnle
consclentxous m whatever he undertakes witty
lesullected hlgh COIUDIQSSIOH Chlvslel continual VVOIIILQ
kmd heal ted one of the bovs flom Boxxlmg Queen
lxmples poster lTldlxQl mechamcallx mmded d.llXlOLlS
Football fintj 3 B Squad 4 Basketball :mt r 4 Wrestlmg, llllll 4
Soccer lmtp 4 Baseball fmt n 4 Flre Squad 2 3 4 Yearbook 4 Semen
Plax 4 Cabinet 2 Blackfrlars 3 4
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Splmters everybody s frlend Also played
lacrosse fiend generous George s nursemald never
gets mad loves klttens would do anythmg for a frlend
leads m all school plays memorable parties cafeterla
peon school girl complexlon murder mysterles
glamorous ln an evenmg gown try and try agaln
thrxves on lemonades suspenders good man
Football 2 3 4 Lacrosse 2 3 4 Soccer lint! 3 4 Basketball tlntl
2 3 4 Baseball tlnty 2 3 4 Wrestling tlntl 3 4 Fire Squad 2 3 4
Chorus 3 4 Blackfriars 2 3 President 4 Senior Play 4 Assembly
Committee Chairman 4 Glee Club 3 4 Varsity Club 4 Monitor 4
Cafe-term 2 3 4
ANN MARIE LICHLITER
Bug dlmples blondle always full of pep exag
gerates drawllng recltatlons can never walt for the
mallman worries Mebble Garrett Pa always
glgglmg about something homework troubles unexpected
remarks gets embarrassed easlly headaches of the
monltor system talkative
Hockey 2 3 4 Basketball llntj 2 3 Blackfriars 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 4
Monitor captain 4 Yearbook 4 Swltchboard 3 4
Llve wlre loquacxousness plus dancmg blue eyes
full and excntmg weekends no llpstlck ln school Guess
hat happened"' horses horses horses unlque laugh
out of town men agreeable that Lukens perpetual
an slncere Monday mornlng dullness frlendly
homework problems last mmute rushes absent
mlnded easlly flustered college Interests WIS
Hockey 1 tl 3 Basketball Qlntb 4
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MARY MARGARET MARSH
Tosslng golden mane that Ipana smlle easy to talk
to-and always talklng a southern belle far fetched
lmaglnatlon Mushroom wonderful Florida summers
can really descrlbe thlngs vlvldly apple pollsher
consclentxous worker perslstent fortlfies storles wlth
proper gestlculatxons always a funny remark that llttle
slster exaggerates agreeable heartv laugh
Hockey 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 Qlntl 4 Lacrosse 2 3 4 Senlor Ball 4
Red Cross 3 4 Switchboard 2 3 Glee Club 2 3 4 Garnet 4 Cabinet
4 Homeroom vice president 2 Monltor 4
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Tm Can the educated toe set county record for
extra pomts n old salt" how many celebrltxes have
rxdden m that Olds that unforgettable laugh' plans to
have a goat farm blg shoes for playmg soccer gets a
klck out of lxfe potentlal doctor our photographer
foul weather hat Pecan
Football 3 4 Basketball fintl 2 3 4 Baseball fi tj 2 3 4 Fl
Squad 2 4 Soccer Iinty 3 4 Yearbook 4 Junior Prom 3 Senlor
Ball 4 Varsity Club 4 Senior Play 4
HENRY MCGILBERRY JR
Flash speed man on track and football teams
one of Mlss Blodgett s best basses qulet always ready
for a good laugh a frlend to everyone touchdown runs
reserved shmy shoes smcere member of state
champ relay team easy to get along wlth modest
a way wlth the women flashmg smlle
Football 2 3 4 Track 2 3 Chorus 3 4 Fire Squad 2 3 Varsity
Club 3 4 Basketball tlntj 2 3 4 Soccer flntl 3 4
JOAN EMMA MEDFORD
Neat dresser Ocean Clty summers Oh It was Just
Dodge long maxlmg 11st perpetual tan always a
twmkle ln her eye llkes all sports presldent of Red
Cross halr troubles all Delco cheerleader for two years
plercmg volce worrles gulllble enthusxastlc
Hockey 2 3 4 Basketball 2 flnt14 Lacrosse 2 3 4 Cheerleading 2 3
captain 4 Red Cross 3 president 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 Garnet 2 3 4
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WILLIAM BARLOW PATTON
Longle Rutledglte constant squmt laughs
at corny Jokes another all county boy good loooklng
neatly dressed lackadalslcal year round varslty
man mxdmght runner good natured homeroom Joker
memorles of Mlss Barten s fishbowl orlgmal laugh
lumbermg galt Houtz and Patton doesn t worry about
school our blg boy takes llfe easy
Football 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Track 2 3 4 Fire Squad 2 3 4
Chorus 3 vice president 4 Glee Club 3 4 Varsltv Club 3 4 Home
room vice president 3 4
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phllosophel neat clothes frrendly good arguments
sllm slrm walst that Penfleld horse laugh Coney
Island ln hen own back yard men from all over qulck
and wltty remarks unxque personality
Hockey rlntj 2 3 4 Basketball 11ntl2 3 4 Blackfrxars 2 3 4 Glee
Club 2 4 Monitor 4 Yearbook 4
ROSS MAYS PFALZGRAFF
Strong srlent type versatlle athlete loves lme
basket bl awl lmpulslve What posxtlon today Coach?
unknown maglc talent plays sports wlth elbows and
knees qulte a collection of track medals easlly em
barrassed holds cablnet purse strmgs 209 star
man of Powers IS at perfect ease on skls Chlldrey s
Cabmeg 2 treasurer 4 Flre Squad 2 3 4 Soccer qlntl 3 4 Wrestling
JOAN RUSSELL PICCARD
Our first bude' domestlc persevermg Mmne
sota summers balloons and the stratosphere ardent
German student neat wardrobe carrres fortune on left
hand glggles Ford s out front sophlstlcated
those blue rimmed glasses artlstlc graceful Spanlsh
dancer loves boatmg reserved her mterests are at
home often on absence 11st Player s Club Don'
Semor Play 4 Monitor 4 Glee Club 2 3 Chorus 3 4 Nurses helper 2
Hockey llntj 2 Basketball 1lntJ2 Blackfrlars 3 4 Food selling 4
SIBYL JOAN PLUMMER
That llttle red car' West Pomt weekends loose
Jolnted walk halls from New Jelsey provlded a taxi
SGTVICC for coach's boys a mld year arrlval mterest ln
1a1l1 oad statlons fuendly extensxve traveler Math
whlz talks a blue streak generous loads of pep
bound for a southern climate
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Infectrous laugh one of Mrss Strouses chewrng gum
frends hor ses horses and more horses wrll always grve
vou an argument just for laughs that black convertrble
Rose Tree Farmer wrong thrng at wrong trnre
summers rn Marne Glee Club grrl of long standrng that
shocked, rnnocent expr essron'
Hockey 2 Basketball 3 Lacrosse 2 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 Garnet 2
r-nlor Play 4 Monitor 4 Food selling 4
HELENE PAULINE POWERS
Envrable long blond harr one man woman hard
worker rndependent lots of fun our Drum Major
blushes easrly loves to dance sparkllng blue eyes
srncere fun to be wrth good natured and easy gorng
peaches and cream complexron Ye es " grggles
popular wrth all very frrendly photogemc warm
and welcome smrle
Hockey 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 lllltl 4 Band 2 Drum Ma or 3 4
Clee Club 2 3 4 S ltclrboard 3 4 Monitor 3 4
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HOWARD SAUL PRESSMAN
I don t feel lrke runnrng thrs mornrng Coach tenor
sectron of Chorus a Chester rmport a way wrth the
women good dancer money man of the Varslty Club
good partlesl backbone of 206 rntramural teams that
John L Sullrvan pose' Murray"'
Football 2 3 4 Track 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Fire Squad 2 3 4 Cabrnet 4
Homeroom president 4 Varslty Club 3 treasurer 4 Yearbook 4 Glee
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EMILY MARSHALL PRITCHARD
Owner of a terrlfic soprano vorce Junror Musrc Club
booster quret wrth strangers brrght sweaters wrth socks
to match gullrble dependable long curly eyelashes
perfectly at home on the stage a laugh all her own
a cautrous drrver Hey Ive got somethmg to tell you'
rnterested rn underclassmen horn rrmmed glasses
Hockey asslstant manager 2 3 Chorus 2 3 4 Blackfrlars 2 3 4
Senior Play 4 Swrtchboard 4 Class song 4 Orchestra 3 4 Food
selllng 4 Monltor 4 Ticket selling 3
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brg brothers to cope wrth freckles qulet at fir st
that beautrful car generous wrtty remarks captarn
of our famous lacrosse team all round athlete sar castrc
neat figure makes socks lrke mad Don t forget your
dues mopar curly bangs loyal frrend open house
Hockey 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Lacrosse 2 3 captaln 4 Cheer
leadlng 3 4 Honor SOCIBDY 4 Yearbook 4 Glee Club 2 3 4 Monitor 4
wrtchboard 4 Class Treasurer 3 4 Homeroom Secretary 2 Homeroom
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NICHOLAS MERCUR SAITTO
A roadster fully equlpped cold showers efliclent
baby sltter cute good hearted neat dresser
Dr Irwrn s problem chlld fno tlej checked shrrt
good program salesman qu1etK"J gets embarrassed
easlly sheeprsh grln 8 29 arrrvals Rose Valleyrte
unhurrled robs the cradle carefree thoughtful
man of few words land lrttle actlonj Count
Football lmtl 3 B squad 4 Soccer llntp 3 Flre Squad 3 4
WILLIAM RICHARD SCHOLL
Another Rose Tree Farmer horses Casanova
Prlde of Valley Forge Wrll wltty remarks robs
the cradle sarcasm beware of the two tone Bulck flashrng
trlck knee Howdy thoughtful loves to
dance slncere grmdmg gearshrfts the Scholl pom
parlour famous fur hat horse laugh cant srt str
Atlantlc Clty Qnext trmej women galore
Football untl 2 4 Basketball 41ntJ2 4 Track 2 4 Homeroom Secre
tary 2 Flre Squad 2 4 Monitor 4 Soccer llntl 4
KATHERINE JANE SELF
Dancrng green eyes drmples 17th street beach
C P scholar Dawn Patrol fan Blackfrlars worr 165
very artrstxc The Green Dragon reserved manner
automobrle trlps a gal of many words Bed? Its
only two o clock cute clothes llves on the plarns
Srstah Self photogenrc shy but full of laughs
embarrassed easrly varrous nrcknarnes
Hockey untm 2 3 Lacrose 2 3 4 I-Iomeroom Secretary 3 4 G1 c
Club 2 3 4 Blacafrlars 3 Secretary 4 Garnet 2 3 Trcket selling 3
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Newcomer good looklng domestlc tendencles
Frlend s Select good sport out of town commuter
soprano sololst most orlglnal artlstlc talents loves
to cook lockel room laughs sunny dlsposxtxon gulllble
and trustmg 8 16 speclal fashlon deslgner long
blond curls stubborn races the late bell to school
optlmlstlc day dreamer full of fun
Hockey 3 4 Basketball 3 4 Lacrosse 3 Food selling 4 Chorus
PHYLLIS BOTTOMLEY SMITH
Outstandmg red ha1r freckles galore cute smlle
thoughtful smcere always wllllng to help ulet '7
loyal chorus secretary black Dodge coupe weekends
on the boat chemistry headaches camplng summers
smce way back a temper when she wants to show xt
loves swlmrmng pmgpong and brldge fiend has anyone
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Hockey 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 flntl 4 Lacrosse 2 3 4 Chorus
Secretary treasurer 4 Blackfrlars 2 3 4 Glee Club 2 Monitor 4
Ambltlous to become a nurse bolsterous really hot
ln all sports Ferbxe enjoys trlps to Lansdow
contmual arguments ln and out of homeroom Aaron
stubborn one of Miss Bradfields favorlte typlsts
Reno Rlta full of laughs doesn t let anyone fool her
enjoys hfe has her troubles land peevesj a heart
Hockey 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 4 lacrosse 3 4 Chorus 3 4 Glee Club
4 Garnet 4 Switchboard 4 Monitor 4 Nurses Aid 2 3
Always a cheery smlle classs loyal Democrat
commuter from way back can always find an argument
belleves the horse IS man s best frlend shlny black han
. . . peaches and cream complexlon . . . Herr s number one tlcket
seller . . . expert on farms . . . tall tales . . . Back in the Saddle
gain . . . almost always late . . . provides homeroom enter-
Nurse's Aid 2.
GEORGE HILEMAN STORCK
Football captam our class president short but solid
loves to argue West Point and football learning
magician bristle bean loyal wearer of G I shoes
diplomatic has them all wondering summertime camper
year round athlete everything army unpredict
able Charles"' flirtatious smile remember the
brace"' penetrating eyes moody easy going
will of h1s own
Football 2 3 Captain 4 Basketball 2 4 Lacrosse 2 Track 4 Class
President 4 I-Iomeroom president 3 Homeroom vice president
Chess Club president 2 3 Varsity Club 3 president 4 Fire Squad 3
SUZANNE CRAWFORD SURRICK
Never a dull moment scatterbram open house of
Bowling Green He s a friend of my brother s wonder
ful nature true friend Lafayette versatile actress
life of the party smile wicked driver Al Jolson
telephone conversationallst Dont you think I
thinner" knows everyone from everywhere Where s
Hockey 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 r1nty4 Lacrosse 2 3 4 Monitor 3 4
Chorus 3 4 Blackfrlars 3 4 Cheerleading 4 Switchboard 3 Ticket
selling 3 Class Son 4 Food selling 4
NANCY ELIZABETH SYLVANUS
Excellent student a true artist quiet and thought
u unhurlled walk soft voice modest originally
from South Africa . . . tall and slender . . . Just Joined us this
year . . . well seasoned traveller . . . wonderful caricatures . . .
subtle sense of humor . . . ardent basketball fan . . . usually seen
in the art room . . . fun to know.
Hockey 1int.l 4' Basketball flnt.l 4.
MARY LOUISE THAYER
Lots of laughs . . . aggressive . . . ambitious . . . always
busy . . . capable Garnet editor . . . helpful . . . independent . . .
German enthusiast . . . good sport . . . lots of pep . . . witty
humor . . . often seen in blue Chevie . . . Chorus member and
Glee Club supporter . . . hurries everywhere . . . makes friends
with ease . . . snappy come-backs . . . freckles . . . Miss
Blodgett's right-hand girl.
Hockey, 2, 4: Basketball, 2, 3. rlnt.p 43 Lacrosse, 2, 3, 4: Garnet, 2, 3,
editor, 4: Cabinet, 2: Glee Club, 2, librarian, 3, 4: Chorus, 2, 3, 43 Monitor,
' Switchboard, 2, 33 Class Song, 43 Food selling. 4.
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GEORGE SCOTT THORBAHN
Aldent baseball fan doesn t let hxs helght bothel hxm
B squad captam appleclates a good Joke new U1
blue Ford llkes to hoop em one of the boys terrxfic
shortstop a future photographer one of Hofmanns
pals the watermelon thxef the httle boy e
A s forever not afrald of glrls
Football lintl 3 B squad captain 4 Basketball 2 3 4 Baseball
1lntl2 3 4 Wrestling llntb 3 4 Carnet 2 Fire Squad 2 3 4 Chess
Club 2 3 Glee Club 2 Camera Club 2 Momtor 4
HARRIET ANN TURNER
Honor student hockey manager loves to climb
trees U1 lnfectlous giggle naturally curly red hall
mlnus the temper that goes wlth lt efhclent four years
of Latln full of fun capable chorus llbrarxan qulet
" dependable blushes readlly Turner Construction
Company reserved good natured a full fledged auntle
Those Junlors are so smart"' brldge fiend
Hockey manager 4 Chorus 2 librarian 3 4 Glee Club 2 3 Switch
board 4 Monitor 3 4 Honor Society 3 treasurer 4 Yearbook 4
Food Selling 4 Ticket Selling 3
Bm- Ulf I2 lii 'HARRY KNIGHT WARREN
Broke all records for dlscus throwing touchdown kmg
the Rock drlvlng fullback punch Crowther s
boy frlend sudden laugh red wool shlrt match cover
collectlon travels wlth J lm all county boy moody
llkes to watch alrplanes land strong, sllent type
hldden actmg ablllty Llttle Har Har
Football 2 3 4 Basketball 3 llntl 2 4 Track 3 co captain 4 Wrest
ling lintl 3 4 Baseball tint! 2 Class president 2 3 Homeroom presl
dent 2 3 Cafeteria 2 3 4 Fire Squad 2 3 4 Varsity Club 3 4
Cabinet 2 3 4 Senior Play 4
MARY ALICE WEST
Dependable thoughtful versatlle athlete 01 lgmal
spelllng eats llke mad but never gams makes up own
adjectlves popular takes care of the girls loves
mano muslc basketball captam minus her appendix
Mephlstopheles famlllar green Chevle good spolt
can keep a secret corny Jokes bouncmg curls
executlve unhurrled walk dlstmctlve laugh every
one s frlend
Hockey 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 captain 4 Lacrosse 2 3 4 Chorus
2 3 4 Glee Club 3 Garnet 4 Cabinet 2 3 vice presldent 4 Ticker
Selling 3 Food Selling 4
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curls knocks herself out cheerleadmg swarms of ad
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travels all the way from Elwyn laughs at everythlng
summers at Ocean Clty last of the Wherry glrls
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Club 2 3 4 Cheerleading 3 4
AFtIStlC abllltles soft voxce a summer ln
Europe physlcs whlz lmpromptu speeches loyal
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Llsa smlle thoughtful college dates Independent
forever wlnnlng awards and prlzes slncere Orlg
mallty plus long dark han' sclentlflc loglc sophlstl
cated always has an answer prepared bound to succeed
Hockey qlntl 3 Basketball flntl 3 Chorus 3 4 Blackfriars 3 4
Yearbook 4 Senior Play 4 Food Selling 4
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ALLEN PRESCOTT WILLIS JR
Starrlng B squad fullback the blg three that
unforgetable walk smooth wlth the women lntramural
standout Got a match" frlendly one of the Dlck
mson Avenue boys mlssed from the windows of the new
wmg this year sleepy smlle travels wlth Flsher
always good for a laugh Weed a phllanderer
Football fl tl 3 4 B squad 4 Basketball ll tl 2 3 4 Soc r
llntl 3 4 Baseball llntl 2 3 4 Garnet 2 3 4 Fire Squad 2 3 4
Monitor 4 Camera Club 2
RAYMOND PATTERSON WILSON JR
Another baseball fanatlc loyal band membel
Mlchael s best soda Jerk knows his sports one of the
gang on the corner Gabrlel faxthful member of the
attendance commxttee supports the Phxllles along wxth Hank
a laugh all hlS own knows all the local buslnessmen
good natured The Ph11l1es are hot"'
Band 2 3 4 Football tint! 3 4 Basketball Qlnty 2 3 4 Baseball
flntl 2 3 4 Fire Squad 2 3 4 Monitor 4 Swing Band 4 Soccer
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We the Class of 1948 bemg of sound mmd and ln contemplatlon of
graduatlon do hereby grant and dev1se Jomtly and severally unto the
legatees heremafter named the followmg perqulsltes
NANCY ANDERSON w1lls her sen1or play headaches to next years
CHARLES ANDES bequeaths hlS ablhty to play the saxaphone to Blll Potts
JOE BALL glV6S his waves back to the ocean
JACK BARON don t leave nothln
BONNY BAUGHN leaves a hole 1n the llne for next years football
team to guard
RODIE BENEKE leaves an argyle sock to the Trlmfit Sox Company
JERRY BERKOWITZ passes on hls loquaclty to Happy Grover
MILLIE BERNARD never leaves her Mlke
RODN EY BRAY graduates flsn t that enough '71
JOE BROWN returns hlS typewrlter to L C Smlth
RALPH BROWN bestows hlS volce upon Mumbles
HELEN CHAIKEN turns over her dr1v1ng ablllty to Mrs Mathews
KEN CHILDREY for once doesn t complam about somethlng Qgraduatlonl
On hrs motor scooter RICHARD CROWTHER leaves Harry
DAVE FERD COLLINS turns the women over to Alfie McG1lberry
TEEL DUNN gxves the flag back to Betsy Ross
JOAN DAVISSON conslgns her fluent French to Jean Sablon
Ann Curry becomes the reclplent of JUDY DICKSON S iingernaxls
WALDO FISHER leaves Howard w1th Just one more questlon
BOB FAWCETT glV9S Washlngton back to Truman
PAT GALLAGHER glves her gray halrs to Mr Hofmann
SADIE GARRETT leaves the swltchboard to Mlss a Becket as usual
ROBERTA HAIG leaves the well worn path through the woods to Arthur
The Bartol IS returned to the college by Sclentlst GEORGE HAY
JOAN HERTEL glves her dlmples to Corneha McKernan
ANNE HICKMAN bequeaths her bathmg sults to Joyce Cobots
JAMES HORSEY leaves for Guam 1n search of Tom Maher
BILL HUEY leaves h1S smooth l1ne to any fisherman who can handle It
PAUL HUMMER leaves Cablnet with tears ln hls eyes
DOLORES JESTER wllls her collectlon of men to the Lonely Hearts Club
HELEN JOHNSON presents Barby Crossett mth her many varslty letters
MARGE JOHNSTON donates her llpstlck to the seventh grade glrls
ELINOR KARNS g1V9S her Bob to the new look
EWALD KASTEN leaves hls push ups to coach
BILL KEEN goes West Cto Callformaj
CHARLES KEENEN leaves h1s Suspenders to Mr Holm
ANN LICHLITER leaves for good and for Garrett
WISTAR LUKENS leaves late
MARY MARGARET MARSH dep0S1tS a mckel ln Mlle Strouse s little box
DAVID MCCAHAN leaves wlth tears of laughter runnlng down hls cheeks
HARRY MCGILBERRY entrusts Jersey Joe Walcott wxth hls boxmg
BETTY LOU EMERY leaves her jitters to "Barehead".
JOAN NIEDFORD bequeaths he1 ha1r rlbbons to Betty lIcCahan
BARRY PATTON 5,11 es a few of hls xnches to Peewee Johnston
IANE PENFIELD leaxes he1 W1ll power to Radnor High School
ROSS PFALLGRAFF le ues ms name to any one w ho can spell 1t
IOAN PICCARD st 1rts on her se cond honeymoon
IOAN PLLNINILI hlls he1 llttle c11 wlth boys Ind he lds 1o1 NIethe1
XNNII' PORTER bestow hu tltle of Rose 'I'1ee If 11me1 on Cl me Scholl
HELENIE IOWEIIS nes hcl hat luck to the 1 lbblts
HOWARD PIIEESNIAN turns ox L1 h1s memo1 1l1lepart1es to Atw IILI Kent
FNIILX PPITCHARD COIINI ns he1 ey lashes to the manufactulers UL
HERNIAIN REED donates le wcll chewed cheek to the Damon Runyon
NICK SAITTO ent1usts 'NIr Opp1e YWItI'I h1s saddle shoes
BIIL SCHOLL le IX es Clf he pas es hls spellmg., testb
KAI SELI' turns ox 61 the D 1wn Patrol to J xck Houta
DORIA SHLLER cons1 ns h 1 be1ut1ful blonde halr to the LOIQILI
PHX LLIS SWIITH clonltes he1 ca11ot top to someone wlth a temper to
m Itch It
DORIS QNELL h ands ox 91 he1 deb 1t1n lblllty to Lorrame Nlaueo
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CEORGF STORCK lc xes 1 11ng of DIOIKCII he uts
F1 mm Pearson 3, 1the1s speed hezdlnf., for the goal 1n SUE QLRRICIX in
1ed 1 ICSIS
I oneo l1ong,,o bongeo NANCX SH LX ANLS goes b lck to the Congo
NIARH LOL THAI FII I1 ues to1 1 collcee Wlth Mond 15 hohdays
CI ORGI1 IHOIIP XHN le ues h1 If 1m to Nhek 'XIcChesnev
IIA ISI ILRNLII would I1lIe to leaxe he1 lsthmx lf xnyone would tlke It
HAI RX XX ARREN le us Doeto1 IIXXIII IH pe xee md qulet
NIARY ALICE VI LS'l he 1ds to1 the p lwn shop wlth he1 sexe11l gold
FL XINE W IIERRX 11esents he1 DUIIIQCI out sun lamp to Jine H Lwk md
ALI If N W ILLIS IQIIICI intlx hands ox 91 IAIIS list Camel to N11 Ch11st1 an
CAIIOLXN NI ILCOX I IX es IIC! snnle to the NIOHI Llsa
It-XX NIOND VI ILSON Iollows the cli s out ls he leads the o1cl1cst1 1s 111
Ibzrfnffl THE LIASS OF 1948
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N mth :ou Go1don Follett Chaxles Iaxxs Tom Hoppel AVSIV Blake Davld Chlckerxng
Dugald B1own Jack Dodd B111 DICIHUIQ
Fzghth :ou Bob Malm Andy NI2.1Cl'1 He1b Blenamen Call Detwellel Faber McKe1
nan Althul Bauaclough Don Dlckmson B111 Potts Dave Elsenbexg
Smcnfh mu John Boyle Don Spoffold Ed Abxams Sam Reynolds Challes Schelb
IQWIS Izuml Ld Gavettl Allen Jones
Szlth :ou Nancy Teuv Svlvla Coleman Jane Hawke Ann Cuuy Jane Tyson
Fzfth mu Althul GIOVSI lN1ck McChesney Bob Kelghton Jack Smlth Bluce Myhea
Fouzth lou Vonny Ryan Cynthla HOHIIIQ Lols Lmton Betty G1een Dollle B1ennan
Patsy Told Helen Wale Ann Broomall
Thzad :ou FIRUCBS Pealson Doug Spencel Steve Wolff Geolge Abel John McCand
less Bluce Godfrey Lorrame Mazzeo
Second :ou B111 Thomas Betsv Schoenberg Albelta Magee M1m1 Fussell Gwen
VS atkms June Reynald Tootsle Lewls Jack Houtz
Fzzst :ou Esther w0lSt Blll Floebel 'Vlolly Stoxck La11y Dalton Gayle Hodge
'llllton Helmuth Betty McCahan
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Fzfth ww Steve Snow, John Tyler, Augustme Musante Harold Ogram F1ed Werner
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Fourth :ow Dlck McCray Reds Barl Joe Colameco Bob Bradfoxd Walter DlCklI1SOTl
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Thnd mu Gary Long Jean Wllllams Ed1th Hay Barby Crossett Thelma Cralg
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Second vow John Snape Alfx ed McG1lbe1ry Carol Llvmgston Ruth Woodard
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order Commlttee reports on work accompllshed durlng the year are on
the agenda The C A R E Project reports a chairman was an outgrowth
of an ldea first proposed ln Cablnet A representatlve stands and tells of
tables put ln the study hall for greater ease 1n studylng In an account of
Cablnet s actlon on student suggestlons trom home room meetlngs and a
suggestlon box a pupll tells of cafeterla lmprovement llghtlng of the
trophy case and a new varlety of assembly programs Soclally reports a
student Cablnet has sponsored dances a Tag Day and the Letter Banquet
The work of the clean up commlttee has resulted 1n a more attractlve
campus Student faculty commlttees have brought about several lmprose
ments 1n school 3Ct1V1tl6S
The meetmg IQ then adjourned untll next year
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In 1904 Sw arthmore Hlgh School s first paper was prlnted Th1S first
pamphlet how ex er was published by the Belles Lettres Society not by the
school itself At first the name Crazy Qu1lt was used but after two
ISSUES thls title was changed to a more dlgnlfied one The Garnet
In 1918 the first ISSUE of the Rara Avis Crare bxrdj came out This
publlcatlon a twenty two page booklet was the first to be sponsored by the
school By 1933 It had become a newspaper and had changed its name to
The Garnet Since that time its tltle has remained the same but 1ts
form has been altered sex eral times
This year the veteran staff has become accustomed to The Garnet
'ts an independent paper in printed form once more after a period of years
as a mlmeographed booklet and then as a sectlon of the Swarthmorean
Under the able guidance of Editor Mary Lou Thayer and Faculty Sponsor
Miss Dorothy Adams the staff has accurately reported the news and
introduced ses eral new columns
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all marked the S H S Band ae It membere filed 1nto marchmg formatlon to
enln en each football ame The aound of the blg base drum and the clash
of the cymbals faded from the football Held as Mr Robert M Holm dxrected
the muslclanshlp of the band toward an ex entful concert season
A coveted prlze plucked by the band was recogmtlon awarded at thc
Penn Cultural Olymplcs for muelclanahlp and unlforms Strams of mUb1C
perfected ln long hours of frultful rehearsal were produced by the band
during 1tS annual Sprlng Concert A rad1o program and the parade at
lVIemor1al Day concluded the act1x1t1es of the Band durmg ltS tenth annl
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Fx en IH the early days fox then chlef source of entertalnment 1n assembly
programs the puplls sang school songs and the popular dlttles of the day
Phe Chorus has come '1 long may from those days and la now the out
standmg choral group ln the school Mlss Ahce Blodgett the dlrector has
types of YOICGQ 1nto a balanccd orgamzatlon
Thls year the Chorus exemphfied 1ts talents by appearlng 1n the Chrlst
mas program whlch was a tremendous succeae It also d1d a grand plece
of u ork 1n the C A R E program at Clothler Nlemorlal As a finale to the
wefu Chorus play ed a mayor role IH the annual sprlng concert
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The Glrls Glee Club IS new IH compar1son to the other muslcal orgam
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number of glrls who wanted to slng me1ely for the enjoyment of slnglng
The glrls show much enthuslasm for thelr group and even get up 1n the
wee hours of the mornmg for rehearsals SIDCQ there IS no school tlme ln
wh1ch they can practlce Orlgmally the Glee Club was started Wlth the
ldea that It would make no publlc appearances however every year It plays
an lmportant role 1n the Chrlstmas festnal and 1n the annual sprlng
concert at Clothler Memorlal
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Fourth row: Paul Tarr, Sam Reynolds, Larry Franck, Bill Potts: third row: Billy Ziegeniuss.
George Allen, Geordie Dunn, Eric Sharpless, Doug Spencer, Harold Ogram, Mr. Holm: second row:
Ruth Woodard, Ronny Gold, Sally Gaskill, Ruth Garrett, Bucky Harris, Emily PfitCh21rdC Hrs! r0w:
June Keighton, Russ Snyder, Nancy Carroll, Nick McChesney, Debby Thompson, Dave Spencer
atiunal Zlaunnr Svnrietp
Fourth row Geor e Hay B111 Potts Ralph Brown third row Dr Irwm Mars Alxce West Helen
Reed Phyllls Smlth Roberta Hal Dou las Spencer second row Phll Markoyuch Hatsy Turner
Elmor Karns Sadie Garrett Paul Hummer first row Molly Storck Teel Dunn
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Dr. Irwin, John Tyler, Charles Andes, Steve Wollf.
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Stelgelman Dorls Green Carolme Ste1gelman Gary Long Mary Knabb Dorthea Lled Patsx
Fmnegan fourth row Cormna Foster Nelllanne Kessler Joyce W1ddOWSOH Dolores Cooper Olue
Smlth Ruth Garrett Clalre Scholl Anne Hllkert third row Shlrley Coleman Franny Thompson
Weed Pat, Pflfferllng Sally Hawk Barbara Schumacher Mary Ann D1ck1nson Gerry Babby Esther
Rumsey first row Mlss Ewmg, Marlan Hunt Mars Margaret Marsh Julle Rlchardson Joyce
Cobots Murlel Watkins MISS Strouse
Ruth 'Woodard Llbby Foster, Dorothy Bateman,'Joan Wallter. Joan' Pennockvg second row: Joan
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Fifth row: Ave Blake. Barry Patton, fourth row: Dave McCahan. Gordon Follett, Dave Collins,
Harry Warren, CharlesKeenen, Jimi-Iorseyg third row: Ken Children, Dana Swan, Arthur Barraclough,
Jack Dodd, Bill Huey: second row: Coach Robinson, Jerry Berkowitz, Elijah Baughn, Jack Houtz,
Ed Gavetti, Rodney Brayg Iirst row: Ross Pfalzgraff, Howard Pressman, George Storck, Harry
McGilberry, Larry Dalton.
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Second rovi Helen Reed Judi Dickson Joan Medford Sue Surrick Elaine Wherrx first row Gary
Long Gayle Hod e Joyce Cobots, Betty NIcCah'in Pat Galli her
jo ty czyht
Slnce 1925 when It was founded Blackfrlals his been the leadlng
dramatlc organ1zat1on m the school It was sponsored by 'Vlrs Mathew s untll
1941 w hen Nlr Hofmann took on er 1ts leade1sh1p Lnder Mrs Mathews
the members often gaxe one act plays and toured Delaware County w 1th
Thls year You Can t Take It Wlth Xou was chosen fo1 the mayol
D1 OdL1Ct1OI1 The nlght of the show Mr Hofmann s only aduce to the cast
before the curtaln went up was Haxe fun and ex eryone d1d 1nclud1ng,
The new members gaxe a one act comedy ent1tled The 'Vlan 1n thc
Bowler Hat 1n assembly
Emox ed by all It rounded out a successful XLAI
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The Class of 1948 will go down in history not only as marking the
fiftieth anniversary of Swarthmore Public Schools, but also as being able
to produce an undefeated football team. Football has been progressing
with seven-league boots since its official birth in 1919. At that date players
provided their own equipment, and rival teams came from New Jersey,
Philadelphia, and surrounding areas.
Today the school limits its opponents to those in the immediate vicin-
ity. The team owes a great deal to our relatively new coach, Mr. Robinson,
and to the support of the student body: but most of all it owes its success
to its own determination and fine sportsmanship.
26 - Darby ......... . . O
15 - Nether Providence .. O
14 - Media ......... 7
- Springfield ..... .. 7
335 - Sharon Hill .... .. 0
153 - Glen-Nor .... . . O
412 - Yeadon ........ .. 0
41 - Prospect Park . .. .. 0
26 - Lansdowne . . . . . . . 0
When hockey started at Swarthmore in 1916, it was received with
enthusiasm, although not nearly as high a percentage of girls went out for
it then as do today. The early schedules included teams from fifteen or
twenty miles away, and the parents got together and furnished cars to
transport our team to away games. Since Miss Allen's arrival at Swarth-
more, this sport has gained a prestige in the school that is comparable to
football, and the team has had numerous undefeated seasons.
This year the team had three lettermen back, and with this nucleus
and Miss Allen's brilliant coaching, Helen Johnson was able to lead our
team through another successful season.
Good luck to next year's captain, Lois Linton!
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-1 - Springfield .... . .. ll
I3 - Haverford . . . . . . 0
4 - VVesttown ....... . . . 1
0 - George School . . . . . . 0
23 - Lansdowne .... . . . 0
I3 - Media ....... . . . 0
4 - Upper Darby .. 0
The year 1916 was a star letter year, because it was at that time that
basketball was introduced to the girls. Oddly enough, it was the boys'
coach, a Mr. Waterman, who promoted the idea, and in a very short time
the girls caught the spirit of the game. What was previously thought to
be an all-male sport, turned out to be one in which both boys and girls
This year also served as a star letter year, because the girls' basketball
team came through triumphantly with an undefeated season. Under the
capable coaching of Miss Alice Putnam, and the captaining of Mary Alice
West, it was the first team to be undefeated since 1945.
26 - Lansdowne . . . . 113
ISIS - Haverford ..... .. 530
42 - Glen-Nor ..... .. 123
-18 - Ridley Park .... .. 18
26 - Upper Darby . .. 131
213 - Media ....... .. 21
Lacrosse has come a long way at Swarthmore in the last seventeen
years. In 1931 Miss Allen introduced the girls and herself to this odd new
sport. Almost every girl came out for it that year, but by spring only five
enthusiasts remained. The next year one game was scheduled, and with
this to work for, an interest was aroused that has never abated. Even in
this first game, Swarthmore held Friends' Central to a scoreless tie.
Since that time Swarthmore has never been defeated in lacrosse by
another school, although the schedule has increased considerably. With
Miss Allen's superb coaching, and with a fine team under the leadership of
Helen Reed, the girls were well prepared this year for another successful
Few people realize that baseball W as one of the first organized sports
in the Swarthmore schools. The first teams, dating around 1902 or 1903,
were responsible for obtaining their own equipment. The School Board
gave the school fifty dollars a year to carry on the sport along with basket-
ball and tennis.
After an absence of several years, baseball has once more become a
major sport at Swarthmore. It is a big job to organize a new team,
especially when it undertakes a full league schedule in its first year. The
boys have had a long and hard season, and the team and Mr. Reese deserve
plenty of credit for being able to accomplish such a task.
For several years lacrosse has shared honors with track as a major
spring sport, but with the return of baseball this year, its status has been
reduced to that of a club. However, this year's schedule was as difficult
as usual. To look at it one would almost think we were sponsoring a college
Coach Robinson and the boys deserve a lot of credit for the outstanding
job they have done this year. They were handicapped by the loss of several
valuable players to the newly formed baseball team. Nevertheless, the
team has been a credit to the school in its fine spirit and sportsmanship.
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Alzcc ll est was thele too-filst woman VICE plesldent She was leadlng a vlgolous
campalgn to elect a nlemorlal to Horace Gleely entltled Go West Young Man Go
ll aldo Fl9h6l Secletarv of the Interlol then arose Hls falthful secletaly
Betty Lou Emery sat wlth pencll polsed leadv to recold hls 16lTl31lxS for postellty
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on thls but Id lke to ask Howald a questlon The house
arose as one man and cheered ltself hoalse wlth the exceptlon of Dolls Snell who
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tlymg to get a natlonal prohlbltlon blll passed
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at a gl eat late Hele, Ill read one Elect Benny Chlldley fol Olymplc Tlack Team
SOODEI 01 later the boys got alound to obselvlng the theatel At the BIJOU a
bunch of hams were dolng a valletv show f0l the benefit of CAS'l CCale for
Amellcas Stalvlng Teachersl Anne Hzclnnan was vylng wlth Emlly Plltcllalfl IU
the Podunk Opera Trlals Vllth a loud ra ta ta ta lane Penfield bounced on stage to
go lnto hel slapstlck comedv loutlne Hel lnothel her sponsol and Ml Chllstlall
applauded wlldly Then came a one act plav XKl1lCl'l stalled Sue Sullzcf stlll playmg
the lngenue at the age of elghty four'
Schlub s natul al mstmcts finally got the bettel of hllll and he swung the dellcate
machine over to the stables at Hlaleah ln an attempt to plCk up some hot tlps After
half an houl of lntense study and much focuslng of the eyeplece he was fmally able
to CllStlYlgUlSl1 the hol ses flom the lId8lS There englossed ln a clap game wele the
gleatest equestrlans of the day Wzstal Luhens Ann POIfCl and Lesley Sfflgfllllllll
On thell off days they chased next yeal s ful plece at the Swalthmore Hunt Club
whlch 3dYlI1tQ only blue bloods fDr Mlchael leports that sales of blue dye and
hypodelmlc syllnges are boommgl
Well d Flub Let s qult fO1 a whlle and wooile off to luncheon
Ja Ja' ' sald Schlub 1dt hungers ful lne much
We pause whlle the two SCleHt1StS blavely endullng thell Spal tan exlstence bolt
down thell emergency ratlons Schlub spoke first as he pushed back the 1Cl'lldlIlS of
hls Pheasant undel Glass and toyed Wlth hls llqueur Brandy
Yes, sald Flub as he llt up hls Havana ll11p0lt8d What we ale seelng vxlll
definltely answer the questlon
Waddllng back to thell 1I'lStIl1l1l9Ilt the two sclentlsts peeled towalds Ealth
ulth an all of b0I6d dlstractlon M0llIQHt31llW attl acted bv a glgantlc Stdflllllll whele
the annual Army lNavv game was ln p10g19SS the plofessols watched the capaclty
crowd Jump to thell feet as Hany ll allen came thundelmg up the field He was up
to the fO1ty the fifty now he cut t0VS3ld the sldellnes and the huge clowd
went wlld as he tl lpped and spllled hls watel bucket At half tlme Raymond ll zlson
proudly spoltlng h1s thllteen yeals of falthful selvlce medal led hls 248 plece band
onto the field playlng The Lost Dlschold IlIa1Cll wlltten by Hafsy Tunnel ownel
of the Plttsbulgh Street cal Co Out IH flont stlutted Helene Pouels deftlv ttlllllng
seven batons and a hockev stlck
A numbel of celeblltles wele plesent In the lllSt IOXN was slttlng the head
vctellnallan of Calumet Falnls Bzll Scholl Acloss the alsle was llaly 'llalgald
llrush oxsnel of seventv five pel cent of AIIIQTICZS lTlUSlll00lll fal ms On the fifty
x lld llne sat the Commandant of Annapolls Admllal Geolge SfOlClx vwlth that famous
Hollx wood aCtl9SS hay Hot llps Self now appeallng ln P D Q s new eplc Passlon
Trallmg behlnd as usual xx as C halles Keelzelz Geolge s falthful alde de camp At thls
pomt the band was scatteled by someone who flashed thlough lts lanks Yhlth the speed
of llght and dlsappeal ed through a gate leavlng some handbllls behlnd hlm Pllnted
on them was Elect Ross Pldlzglllg to Olvmplc Track Team of 1960 Thele wa
qulte a stll as lack Baron Pl0fESS01 of Engllsh Grammar at OXf01d Unlvelslty
al rlved xxlth Bzll Bllng em back dead Huey the famous b1 game huntel Huey
had just letul ned from Afrlca whele he nent wlld fllcklng the eals of 1642 elephants
The game was about to get under wav agaln but Just as Navy klcked off
Ann Lzchlztel stood up to go honle and blocked the professol s VIGVN Culslng lulldlv
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these people had Flub adjusted his telescope and began to read the headlines.
FIREBLKJ BIANIFD IN DESTRLCTION OF SWARTHNIORE HIGH SCHOOL
Suspect Phvllle Smith Reecued fl om Pollee by Tl10L1SiUflS of Cheellng Schoolklds
IOAAN IJAXISSON ELEC TFIJ NIISS SPUDS OF 1999
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Abandoned non are ch1ld1sh ways vse are cloaked IH an adult grace
Those w1th whom we haxe ehared th1S llfe must part and go thelr Ways
Wlth only fond remembrancea to cherlsh all our dass
P1 epal ed axe we for llfe anew Gathered now sad farexx ells are Sung
VS hexe no alm appeare too great Bx comradee Soon to part
F01 all dean es ale won by toll To cllmb the stalrwax of success
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