Swarthmore High School - Spotlight Yearbook (Swarthmore, PA)

 - Class of 1951

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PENNSYLVANIA HU THE CLASS OF 1951 X ou .ue gldfludtllljl hom Sxx.11thmo1e Hlgh School Fo1 some of xou bxxfuthmolc School .11e thc onlx ones xou h11xe knoxxn F01 many of xou flldflllfitlflfl hom lllgll school means jllcldlldtlflll fzom homc and communltx 11s xxcll Pol dll of xou hlgh school d11xs h.1xe meant manx fum fll0l1ClNll1lJS h111d Hflllx LILIIICIIXLIIIIQ nexx 1dc11s, good IIYIIQS togethel m11nx successes flllil 1 fexx dls appomtments It h.1s bcen 11 good hfe tog-cthel 11nd noxx It IN ox Q1 The wol ld todax IN not entnelv 1 h 1ppx pl11cc SN xc111s 115111 1ust dS xou xxele enteunx: hlgh school oul LOUIIIIX concluded xlctollously xx hat xxe p111x ed xx ould bt thc l111t xx Ol ld xx .11 We h.1x1 been COIINDILUOLISIQ unsuccessful 1t mf Ltlllg' the ploblcms ot 11 x1c tonous pc.1cc Duung Qdkll SLICCLNNIXL xefu 11s xou xx11e QIIOVSIIIL up Ill hlgfh school, xx dl clouds grexx lJl1lLkQl on thc llllllllbll thledtcn mg ou1 SCCUlltX ds .1 ILIUOII ot xou must postpone xoux college .md xxo1k plans to help solxc the problems of ou1 countlv s mdcpcndencc and NGLUIIIW Somc hoxx, thc g'9lI91df1OH ahead ot x ou f11lc-cl ln splte ot good lIIt6l'lt10lIN and thc best le21de1sh1p lt could IIIUSICI Pelhdps xou xuth xoul nexx stlength nexx xlcxx pomts nexx llJlllt1C xxlll bc 1ilJlL to b1e.1l1 the xx111 tlucc cxcle And those ot xou xxho .ue not 1mmcd111tclx c.1ll1d llltll xoul count1x s SBIXILQ xou h11xc 11 IGNDOIINIIJIIIIX too Get thc xclx best educ11t1on xou c.1n, xxhethel It bc 1n the l1bc111l nts thc IJIUICNSIOIIN nuslness on the tIdCltN IAIIIEKI nnnds s 1 ec bot 1cs 11nd stout 1e111ts .uc needcd 11s IICNQI b1to1c l'hcx 111 oul count1x s me xtest xx e.1lth .and stlongcst detcnsc I1OIIRl I ANISIDFIN 7 . 1 11 1 ' ' 1 11 1 1 ' 1 I 1 -1 X ' V1 X ' -1 1 -, 1 S 1 1 X -1 X. 1 , 1 1 . 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' l.l X ix 1' ,- ' SC " 1. 1 1' u ' FOREWORD As we the class of 1951 leaxe the school lll nh1ch uc haxe ln ed md learned we cannot help teellng that a tleax L11 ed part of om ln es lemalns behlnd us SXXrllthI'l'10l6 Hlgh us how to lead In tackllng the plobleme that l1e ahead of each of us ue mll benefit bx that flne spxrlt of courage YYhlCl"l was here lmbued 1n us As It has been an honor for ue to Shale IH the dxgnltv of our school xo It vs1ll be an honor to carry xx 1th ue some of that dlgnltx Sxxarth more Hlgh School has glxen ua a xaluable expemence IH hung and we are grateful Three . -J, "f"'f ' .l Q 3, ' fl' - , v .l l v . v I , v ' v y 2 , V . , ' X ' . . . L-- School has chidecl us and supported us, lead us and taught LQ' v v' -v - L1 - . v 1 1 4 D I Y' l 1 1 . vi u ' 7 ' F011 Miss Chadwick duiing the past twentv five years has made an outstanding contribution to the organization and development of all school business As keeper of the records for school board for faculty and for students she has gn en her faithful and devoted service to the school Not only does hei unusual contribution stand out 1n our ingness always to gne and to help others rather than to take for herself We the class of 1951 with deep admiration and respect sincerelx dedicate this year book to her Sadie A Chaduzcli DEDI K 9 1- . " y ' il 77 ! 7 minds, but, also, her integrity, loyalty, sincerity, and will- . K Y . Y y 1 A , g 5 nv - -S lv a I, TION ggfiii 'lf , awe? J' M2lIf111IP IZobznsm1 Mr Robmeon known to all as Coach has been 1 real frlend to our claes He took .1 personal mterest ln ue when he Qaw that we were not .11 claes but reallx only sexentw one 1I'ldlNldLl3lS 1n the same grade Flred by hls enthuelasm and guldance vse haxe become cl spmted and umted group a leal class We the claw of 1951 dedlcate our xearbook mth smcerest thdnkq to Mr Roblneon 1 wonderful person and a wonderful frlend Fwc' L, w :mr . 7 c 1 1 K6 ,V 1 1 . L , . , . c I - 1 1 . w . . . n . . v 1 1 v . . . . , . 1 v v ' . v. 'w ' Q . I v n 1 ' p 5 . L ' - v 4 ' C v . ' . , . - . . , . , , j ' Q Q ' . . . , 2 v 1 Y ' . . YEARBOGK STAFF EDITOR IN CHIEF ASSOCIATE EDITOR BLSINESS MANAGER PHOTOGRAPHY EDITOR ART EDITOR SENIOR WRITE UPQ ACTIVITIES WRITE UPQ PROPHECY HIQTORY TYPING ACADEMIC SEOTION Am IQER It NIISS Ham AImStIOng, I fqhf lee Bennett 'NI 11X Dacxouu I' IIC Sh II vlu May U Decroue Lee Bennett E116 Shfupless Ruth Garrett Nancy Wrzqhtsman John Becker Anne Larson D1cII Bmtzs Daze Luehnng Larz y Woodr att Ann Dennorth MlllyMCC0llllI1 Esther Ramsey Daze Luehrznq Lee Bennett Ruth Garrett Tom Alden Ulu Maru Aznzstrnnq I .' . .. WILL ................................................. Tom Alden N L w v -n,-...a-..,....-.....--.--.---.u '. I' f z 'I 6 SENIGRS WA, A3116 O ff U 0o0og ...gfff '," 0 o F 0 l 0 0, 5 W I O o Q v I 0 ff ' v '. 'jjj w , 'M ' PM W MTF' ,, 0 o I 0 ' x Q M A . Ol . ' I 'Q ' . 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Intramural-2 1 ChoN1A"?.4 Bond 1 2 jf Q N fx x X x XQ X Q fx Q7 X1 X.! 5 Y Fast halfback teller of tales at football camp Dearest nge one of many Adamses shy untll you get to know lm Mxss Stl ouse s despalr slow and easy gomg frlendly generous humorous comebacks one of the boys mnmng smlle Ca otball ' J Iarszty f A CI Ialqzfy flub A lnha murals 2 ' Baslefball ' Track S' THOMAS HYDE ALDENI Tom educated toe good duver U3 T A one of Opp s boys tall man under the backboards Lets be senslble memoues of a heavy neck bxace puts up a good argument Yeh report cald full of A s chemxstry whlz future engmeer Football 1 4 Basketball 1 Vazszty J .5 Tlaclt I I Volley a 2 Intzamuralsl ' 4 Vazszty Club, Chmus ' J 4 Gan I Asszstanf Edztoz .4 Forum Flub 2 leazbooll A xHf107IdlH0ll0I newly HOWARD WARNER ARRISON III Haul wolkel well lllxed llttle brown hot xod a tease one of the boxs easy gomg plald necktles powerful fullback mooclv lmxtaton dependable always has a comeback wlnmng smile a leadex vexsatlle Football ' Vmszty 4 Inslulbull ' Track ' 1 .5 lnhamuraln 4 Scum: llay 4 Imfufy Klub ' I 151:-rzdnzf 4 Chorus I 4 lahzmf ' 4 x I 1 Xxx ,Q XAQN' I ' ' .K a- B atv Q B f ' x I +V x. 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O X V V X wmv VDQIZQX Y,rlll3LIZABEQlTl,fB,fTEMAN fx N l x, JJ rj, JS W ml p pr co rhuter f om Parksrde frrendlv X X o arr hrz f carrres on a famrly tradrtron at Wh e takes care of Oppres homeroom as KQV her sr CJxCarroll wheres your note" NHOWJ Ab tballz 2 4 Intramurals 1 1 I 4 Red Cross Cc 1 awed mg Chazrrrzan 1, Lacrosse 4 JOHN EDWARD BECKER Famed cowlrck Egad fourth year Latrn student suppressed laugh hrstory and current events the house wrth the domes summers rn Marne cautrous drrver treasury mrnded longs for Calrfornra Long John Good grref Yearbook .4 United Char ztles treasurer 2 4 Scotts Hr Q 4 Volley all 4 Natrorml Honor Soczety 4 LEE COTTON BENNETT JR Good student Fred why dont you pay up your dues? always wears a tre Buy a program and make a br savrng' good soccer player loves to compose lrmerrcks shy wrt brown and whrte shoes hard worker Where s Harlan' rntramural stalwart full of surprrses always ready to help T ack .2 2 Intramurals 1 2 2 4 Senior Play 4 Ho Socrety I, Garnet I Forum Club ? Radro Club P 1' Yearbook Assocrate Edrtor 4 Vatrorral Honor Socrety 4 ALEXANDRA BLANCHE BOWIE Sandy natural leader orrgrnal walk talkatrve mrnd of her own easrly embarrassed finger rn every re Colorado summers ambrtrous frank A s galore a very busy grrl grggles Hockey I P 3 A Basketball 1 Lacrosse I ' Intrarnurals P I Honor Socrety J, Chorus 1 2 ' Garnet S' Busrness Manager qecretary of class P N me 'V . , I A, KAY C K Q L I X V ,ery x , Nw Q' , L ,ao -fr 9 . fo ' . if - xr J ' I .-bl br- ! .qv J X - -, lt t, J l U. p F Y V A" v 'Xb . e l ' ' , ' J, . X' . . t rn .. ' MV l . . 8 V . . ' . . . h . r ll I Y! r e onr . . , . . 1' N U K , -um. I - - r hb '.' ' '. I . I. x.f p - ' u rs , - I . I I it . ,, . . . . i - ' I . ' ' u H 41 ' 17 Baseball .25 l1LfI'lL7IluI'l1l8 1, 2, J, 4: Senior' Play A: Garnet 45 b 5 ' ' ' . as 9 , vr . U .U . . . . . . ,, . ,, . . . . . . . H ' , rv ' , . f N 1' 'Hu-4: ' ' : " : ner' an sv ,- - - rf-,J I ' I ' .1-I ' ' iv'.4.' ' ' I ' 4-, -, +5 ' 5, ' A ' if Ten RICHARD THOMAS BURTIS Drck popular hard worker blushes quret U5 Drclr and Buddv rmrtator travels wrth Mrsi Allen Burt wears out learners permrts Hev vou guvs double dater Lrnemen are better than backs snappv comebaclts football ' I Va1s1ty4 Traci. 2 4 lolleyballf Intramrnale i A Varsztyllubt Chmust Yearboo 4 FREDERICK MACGREGOR CAMPBELL JR Fred brg number srxty one Holy Cow' Fred A "the boys versatrle rn athletrcs close nerghbor of S H S C P problems wrth Mr Hofmann a remark for every 1, irtuatron 'good sport that famous whrte Scarf laat mrnute arrrvals at school huge appetrte Frrtz Jtam T ack 1 I Lacross I Valley aI 1' Vars Klub P I I we Presrdent f EDWARD FAWCETT CAREY Ted terrrflc dresser yellow convertrble good actor quret artrstrc would do anythmg for anyone wrllrng chauffeur Mrss Hancock s prlde and Jov has been ln every State rn the Unron left handed can t stop eatmg I aamuralsl 1 3' Blaclrtnars P 2 4 Chorus 1 ? 4 Art I ' ? FARECOI71?711ffPP 1 PHYLLIS ANN COLLINS Newcomer from Sharon Hrll Hrgh Blond curlv harr seen wrth Corrnna humorous remarlm frrendlv talkatrvt vshen She gets started ambrtroue future mrssronary rnterested rn Sports houseful of cate krttena and dogs French troublee Phxl Artllub L u ' ,rv , , , ' Ir. ' , n , , i , 1 ' ' an yn , u ' , n ' , 7 . ' . . .41 . ,V . . . 'vw ' y n Nr ' v ' v ' n ' J. -. : ' ' : ' ' : ' ' If f. I v ! ' , , I ,I A u , H : - ' - u H , ' l ' " . .. ' ' ' .. . ' . . . 'if . . 1 . ' a Q 1 0 I 0 . . 1 ,FFT . . r, I , . l ... J . .1 . U 1 H Football I, Varsity J, J, Captain 4: Basketball I, Varsity 2, J, C'a1 ' 4: r ' , 2, ., .45 '. 0 ,' bl 2, . ,' ' ity 14 91 ' ' , . . , . nt' ' ,i,.,' ' ' L,., ',' ' :.,., ,' ',CI14b LJ ' ' ' I I . . . , 'h I . . . .il . ' l n . . ' ' 'A u - n . I 1 n I . X v l . ' u I I DY . ' l . '. . . . . ' ,, 'n ,, ' . . . . A1 ,YI JOHN FRANKLIN CONLY Frank hot rod gets two mlles per gallon nevel says anythlng In class good marks lntramural home run kmg Conly and Furev tloubles wlth the Swalthmore cops VS hats the mattel with you Furev" good chemlstrv student wrestlxng matches wlth Goodman polsoned M195 Barten s s Smxley ofballl ' 2 Intramzualsl 1 3 DOLORES ALETHEA COOPER Fuendly mtlamural ace always wlllmg to help you ou Hey have you done your homework' loyal suppolten of the class loves to clown happy go luckv domestlc baby sltter one of Mrs Kennys helpels modest wxll of her own Holley I I I 4 Iasllefball 1 I ' Lacrosse 1 4 In z nalsl 4 Red Czoseflubl ' 1 WILLIAM EDGAR CROUTHERS JR Buddy ladxes man captam of the lme verv gulllble good sport Reds memorles of football camp boys Oh Muthux hot 10d turns a nlce deep xed when embarrassed Football 2 Varslty 3 A Basketball ' Varszty 2 ., Track 1 Baseball 3 Volleyball ' 2 4 Blacltfrmzs 2 I Vawzty CI b 3' T1 easurer A Band 1 ' J 4 MARY CAROLYN DECROUEZ Yearbook Edltor works hard atf evelythmg newcomer last year llved ln Europe and South Amerlca slncele Mlss Strouse s prlde and Joy unpro ounceable name Hah numerous hobbles versatlle qulet untll you get to know er not many words but ple ty of ctlon peaches and cleam complexlon d pe d b n 1 was onor c y Chorus 5' A Forum Club I ea: Ito ln cretar nf cIass4 E Eleven fih..." ' ". Fo ,4,-,' ' ' .g..-..4. of :I ' 4,-,4: V' J fw- ml' , ,' " . 7 ,:,,., 4. - I .H ..n. ' , . . . "What say" . . . always has a comeback . . . one of "the rv u ,H , - , U " . .' 1, " -,'i ' : .' 2.-.af 'H -. X' . . f . . Y. Q D ling N . . It. L: . : . 'Y I . ". Y - kEd' -'-h fl: ' ,' . Et fi ,J Xe ,al f fa .J Tu elve MARIANNE DOROTHY DEFURIA Ann halls from Chester P M C rnterests Ocean K ts summers talkatrve artrstrc abllrty always ready wrth a Joke sunbur ns easrlv cafeterra cashrer Ach chooo lrkes to trckle the keyboard used to sung rn the mrddle of algebra class swell frrend German vshrz naturallv curly a qerrzor llay Red Cross Club I Fhnrus ' Cabzrref I Ar! Club ? 4 ANN BERLINGER DENWORTH Last of the Denworths Hawkeve summers How rare mrsses Beulah skrrt and sweater fiend rnterest rn the Mrd West Blackfrrars enthusrast loves food lrves for the weekends hard worker talk talk talk men galore very drstmctrve laugh You self panrcker clrey 1 0 ? 4 P lretball I Lacrosse 1 9 L 111 murals ? .5 Blaclrtrzars 7 ? heasurer f Red Cross' Club I Carrref 4 Y earboolr 4 nfl y MJ V XJ MARY ANN DICKINSON S Short and energetrc You all the Charleston terarrlrc cheerleader Carolma summers Al Jolsorr rmpersonator drstrnctlve walk Plaver s Club nrurdered French loves to clrmb ln and out of wmdows hard worker for Cabrnet loves to act brg brother troubles changrng moods Drck Irrlrarrzurals 2 I Blaclrlrrars I 4 Serum Play A Cheerleader a1rfa1r1 5 Red f ross Club I ' Carrref ? L CARE fnrrzrrrzttee 1 JANE BREESE EVANS Janne dependable hard worker argumentatrve xoungest of a large famrly holds scads of offices gardener Vledra keeps the band from foldrng conscrentrous vrrsatrle athletrc earlx arrrvals crvrc mrnded Hnrlrzy I ' ? Capfazrr 5 Basketball I ? .4 Lacrosse 1 lull-fyball 2 f Horror Sozrety I Preszderrt 4 Band P qferefaru labrrrff 4 l'nrurr1Cl b llass I ublrerfy Drreefor L aw sw , , A ' . .Q 3' 2. .K go iv . . 3. . . N4 . . . . , , A . , . . ,.... . . fs -. . YJ f w - . ' :' . - ' X ' , : -N - ' m , ' ' . , 2 . . A '-. 7. ., Q 1 lv- . ' j.. . l . . ' ' ' ' , ,, N- - ' - lx 1 ' ' ' 1 1 . ' NW X' V ' 4 ' Y. ' - V V -. ,' ' ' . .. ' . - l . . xp L4 . . X ' , ' 4. , - . I . xt KJ H W 4 ' . v . - , . .'- rr- . D " , , of I ' ' . , ' . . . '. X. , u v .l is . . , 1 . . ' r '. ' 4 A . , . G if X , , , V 2 . - W , n . y 4 .' ',. X I U . . - . Q if ,M I ff '. - ' O ,. ' . m - A f , ,Q 1. 1 b . Q. . .. V 1 h i . . I5 . . 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I n . o I -4 " 1 I PATRICIA LOUISE FINNEGAN Pat baby sitter can be found at Celia s curlv han future plans for nursing V5hat" helps Mrs Kennx loves to eat Pat and Carolyn popsrcles adept at knitting reserved sarcastic art student Hockey llarrayer 5 Irrtrarrrurols lied K oss Klub 1 Ar I lub 1 Irrzfwl Charrfree 4 ROBERT LESLEY FOLLETT Dick chemistry problems speedy halfback srncert rdealrst tuba player hard worker good fr lend last minute arrivals troubles of all kinds sharp dresser But Herr why" deep thinker I have a question ootbull Iarfsrty Track I I Capfazrr I lrrfrarrrurrrls I A Varsity Clrb 4 Band P Forum Club CORINNA KEEN FOSTER Subtle sense of humor loves horses seen with Phvllrs of all ages knows how to take a kidding big brothers easily embarrassed Corinna and Pat deep vorce Mrs Kenny s helper cocker spanrels Lacrosse 1 Intramurals 4 Red Cross Club 1 P I A ftlr b W We X Libby slow and easy going ly qui mr of relatives hard time makrng up rn weeken at the ELIZABETH BO 5255 Q? 'C Farm even tempered beautiful Oh mv never worries until the last minute stan do anything on a dare originator of the car l Hockey Y 4 Lacrosse 1 1 Intramurals I e u 1 1 horus ' lr rarzarr 4 Garne Ar b CQ' R Commrffee J LE . f? Thu teen ll 77 ' ' Y , ', ', . '. ,' ' ' . 4: fr' ' ,JJ 'f n ' rr - , , - ,x M H U '. U im-3' F f' 4: - -- . J, ., ' ' 4: r ' . LJ,-, .' " 71 J 4.-LL: ' J. . . . ticklish . . . contagious giggle . . . college interests . . . friends . . . ' i, , w 1 ' ' ,' ' ' J, 5 , 7 ,L,.',' r' fr L. eb, Q, t . - - Q FO 62 r U . 6-5 lsr,-,A-1 Q. " .. - .. ' es .. " ' ' ' ' ...u 'g...w ' - ... -' ' - o. V ' Fr : ' 4. ' ' rf, 'SZ fl fp Cl b ,:,,' C ' -, 'b' " J, f: ' f-1, 4: 't 2,' E X l sv I' our teen DILLMAN MORROW FUREX JR Never rn too great a hurrv to get anythrng done the wrnk Drllmanskr Furranovrtch quret art student fights mth Conly woman hater every teacher s problem I dont care modest lazy great onsrdes krcker Football 1 3 Baseball ' I Intramurals! 1 EUNICE RUTH GARRETT Ruth platrnum blonde expert fiddler good German student loves cats tosses her head cant get a suntan studres hard screntrfic thrnker summers at Ramy Lake excels rn chemrstry crazy' Garnet 4 Intramurals 1 1 4 Hockey J 4 Yearbook 4 Chorus 4 Lac osse J 4 Red Cross Club 1 Orchestra 1 J 4 Honor Socrety 4 WARRFN MAXWELL GOLD Versatrle future doctor rntramural star I beg o drffer wlth you sr actrve rn all school affarrs gets lots of a good argument second Laurence Olrvrer always wrllrng to grve you a rrde fr lendly Presrdent of Class of 1951 Intramurals 1 1 J 4 Blackjrrars I J 4 Senzor Play 4 Honor .Society 4 Cabmet 1 ', J Vwe Pr eszdent 4 Forum Club P .2 Lmterl Churztzcs Pr esderrt J CARE Corrnruttee 1 Preszdent of class 4 .Scott s H1 Q ARLYN SUE GOLDSMITH ue newcomer has travelled around peppy cheer leader one of the Wallmgford gang I dont know nrusrcran blue eves early mor nrng arrrvals good natured grggles good sport plenty of school splrrt Churleudzr 4 Horror Sozrefy L rrrtcfl Chnrrircs Trcosurfr V .4 . . - . ,,' 1 . 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' " '- , , ' u v , n ' rr- r ,- V- .S .' 5,45 ' ' 1 ' -, i - JEROME DAVID GOODMAN Jelry a good student sometxmes black Dodge celllst What would happen lf classl oom wrestlel Hat a little accldent yesterday does trlcks on the hlgh bar Davy look what happened' terror ln the chemlstry lab Nllss Stl ouse s headache lntez ests 1n Chestel zamuzalsl f J 4 Ozchestza 1 1 d I Gan ' I Cabmet P 4 ScottsH1 Q 4 DORIS ETHEL GREENE College boys fuendly busy weekends axtlstlc quiet U1 always has a smile dallv stop for the papel hald W0lkel good natured neat dressel gulllble soft volce lntlamul al regular good sport sophxstlcated Intzamurals 1 ' I 4 Blackjnars I 4 Red Cross Club 1 :net 2 4 Azt Club P BEVERLY ANN HARLOW works hard llves fo1 the holldays plano enthuslast llttle slstel troubles lengthy phone calls loves to argue sleeps ate rosy cheeks moods lndustuous woxkex fox Cabmet Hockey 1 1' 4 Oichestza 4 Blacltjllazs 3 4 Lacrossr 1 Z I 4 Ban L1bra1zan ? 4 askelball 1 Cubmef Sfade Comvmtfee 4 DOROTHY ANNE HEINZE Dotty good athlete llttle green Dodge natunallx curly halr Oh really' terxlfic paltles that lou chuckle blg weekends Doadxe Callfolnla hele I come' swlmmmg pool hockey casualty enelgetlc easlly embarl assed mad drlver Hockey 1 1' 4 Basketball 1 J f,Ll1Itl1l7l,4 Lacrosse IoIleyball3 4 Chorus P J 4 Cabznet I 3 4 Fzf teen 44 , ,H , ' '..." 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ANNE HARVEY HILKERT Gav spnxts out of school mterests halls from Rutledge plano playel Hey Llbby good as gold U1 car NKOIIICS lunchtlme escapades always has a problem loves children mad drxver Fax above Cavugas waters vou can tell that car anywhele verv frlendlv Hockey I 4 Baslletballl Lacmsse I 14 Intramzuals ' I ' 5171107 Play 4 Orchestra 1 Chorus ' 4 Gauze! ? 4 Cabnet 4 .XULIA HIONIS Julie Chester nem,member of the semor class curly halr bug pocketbooks giggles experxenced on the vrolln strmgs art student I mean cute clothes Inhamulals 4 Senza: Play 4 Ofchesha 4 Art Klub 4 JEAN ELLEN HOLMAN Commutes flom acloss the street orxglnal ldeas adver tlses Hawkeye Trall Camps Blackfrlars unexpected remarks peppy cheerleader good wlth a needle another Players Club prodlgy muslcal stomach cltey 1 J Basketball 1 I 3 Lacmsse 1 P 2 4 In murals 4 Blackfzzaas Secretary 3 Pfeszdenf 4 Serum Play 4 lheerleadez 3' 4 Ga11zet3 4 SUZANNE HOPSON Sue Oh xeally' long fingelnalls wlld drxver always vnllxng to have a party movle goer men troubles alwavs carries a blg comb Poadle meticulous xbout hen clothes the beetle does things on the spur of the moment seen wlth Polly and Mllly many committees lllfllllllllllllg I ' a1net4 All Klub lacrosse 4 old' ' ' L ' ' ' of f EL we N '. 1 Al ' 77 ' ' ll , l YI . , . . ...... . . 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H . ,, . . . u M H ' ' ' - .4, -f: G ' : ' ' 3: 1 ' . ill...- PHILIP LESLIE HUMMER Phl M1 Presldent all kxnds of tloubles veteran lacrosse player We ll have to have a meetlng for lt be op hard worker study halls ln the cabmet OfflC9 sweet and lnnocent UQ car troubles contaglous gun Has anybody seen Warren" embarrasses easlly Cab1net3 P1es1dent4 Lacrosse 1 .J 3' CARE Committee 1 Basketball 2 J Band 2 J A Forum Club 2 lntlamurals 1 2 3 4 -5 es' 19" l GH Q.fci,,v"'ff.f"i- Football 2 H drurga halls fr Westbrook Palk curly e e ID French class an aunt at memorable ov What am I going to do? m YI s peppy yeh um hum uslastl e e lvrlc soprano Peanut emo: Pl Bas balLb 3' Red Closs C Chorus 1 J, Garnet key 2 Ca an 4 J, In 4 Band P aNM HARLAN ROBINSON JESSUP JR mtlamulal teams abl scorer on Scotts H1 Q locker loom songs Studebaker promoter Mrs Mathews problem never qulet the bram of 208 Duck Club enthusiastic those Gelman Chrlstmas songs good natuled always knows the rlght answexs Robby Football P i Track 2 3 A Intlamurals 1 ' J Z, Blackjrzars I 3 4 Semof Play 4 Honor Soczety 3 A Chorus 3' A Cabznet orum Club J Radzo Club I CARE lommzttee I 1, Scotts H Q 2 A DAVID HOEFEL KILLINGER JR Dave gymnastlc expert runs hke lxghtmng Dave and Buddy one and only fx om Lenm a rough tlme ln chem xstry lubber duck Herrs rlght hand man crazv basketball player never does hls homework long fillbust IS ln Engllsh Class Football ' J Valszty 4 Track 3 Bascball Intranuuals 1 1 1 4 Va1sztyClub4 Cholusl Seventeen ll 'lY! li , ' ,Y . 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"'Y 1 I V "'Y PHX LLIS KLETZIEN Soft spoken falthful flag twxrler tmy feet llttle bxother troubles gullible sense of humor loves New ngland lI1feCtl0US glggle rellable falthful workel for Garnet Oh my heavens' Fellowshlp optlmlstlc Phyl Intramurals I 5' 4 Red Gloss Club I Secfetazy I Band J 4 Ganzet Secretary Treaszuer 4 JULIA ALICE LANGE Julle college mberests many trxps to New York and Washmgton natural blonde tall and slender makes own clothes always ln a dlther long phone conversations Guess what happened Very busy summers wraps em around her finger all around athlete late arrxvals always Smlllng Basketball I P .3 J Garnet A Hmmm Society 3 J, Blackfnaza P 3 J, Class Secretary 3 Lacrossel Si fm fd A MARI U Hall Wa ngfcfmxc Q1 a lot of klddmg good 5G l txe her Band tle any XX, thlng fofa lgd Ply one of the orlglnal r r ere glver never gets off the l e asses easlly aptam g 1, tba 1 ramuzals 3 Semor Play 4 Red Cross Club 3 Band '7 3 4 I ea: book A CARE Commzttee P ROBERT LINN Bob Chester boy allerglc to callsthenlcs second Otto Graham Interested ln photography asks Mr Duncan all klnds of questlons fights for A s ln C P AZA Basketball laver pmg pong champ forgets to turn off car radlo easy gomg retlrlng basketball!! Intramurals 0 f U H... . . . ., . u , 1 - . WJ' ,, ' A " ' 1 ff I I p ' Lyhf , L ' , Cl '79' 'I E ' ' ' Ihr' ' ' ' ' fl! !! v s-' - - 2, J, .lg Hockey 1, 2, 3, Lg Band 3: Cabinet 3, Treasurer Lg Chorus s i I I i 524- A !E 5 N-' ' , , V - F 'X iekfmca ' ' - ' x ...f ' " C, e... ll ...e ' .." "'. , J ll 1 J ' ' : " 1 : -, , ' : ' , ,' ' ' J ll Y! ' ' ' J . v. . . 2, 4' v' DAVIDSON LUEHRING keeps shockmg thmgs rn the back room Oh would Dave httle whlte Ur coat keen sense of humor Opple s best man for pallbearel to sult the occaslonb Good man NO' what happened to Dr Irwm s l0Cli917 at home ln the back loom Docto dependable frlendlw wlllmg to help mechanically mmded Intramurals 1 2 I J, Senzor Play J, Raclw Club 1 lreszderzt 2 Yearbook 4 Lnzted Charztles .4 Semor Hzgh Pr ojectwrz Club Pr esz dent 2 3 ILDRED ANN MCCOWAN Q!!!-3,9241 ten seen Polly always le e hand r er m1 1 over rooter h Army 1 ests ers a shore oves to tak hockey 3 e r c b rown eye 6TSt -H drlv ockey 4 metball Lacrosse n ar I ac fr Ban 1 r zan2 lc 1 1 earb PATRICIA ANN PFIFFERLING Pa future nurse Pat Cormna and Phyllxs httle brothel troubles Are you k1ddmg" halls from Rutledge nutrltlon classes has a frlendly hello and smlle for every body quiet German bram loves to talk about her twln brothers Oflglnal galt Red Cross supporter 0 Intramuralsl J 2 4 Red Cross Clubl 2 2 A .M-1 7wvM1--J-Q-..avea7,g,,,?7MNdLf?pr DONALD FRANK PIERCE Blg Don proud possessor of a motor blke Coachs frrend the Cat throws 50 yard passes mlschref mght IS every mght trouble 1n the library lnterests ln Sprmg field set shot artist smooth trumpet player baseball an loves to eat out door man Basketball Z J Varszty 4 Baseball Varsrty 3 4 Intramurals 1 ' J 4 B 4 Nmeteen 1 7 il ' ' YI ' 1 . . 66 V Il". 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It ' ,, s u Q . n 1 , ' 44 yr - - - f . . . . . . - . ,.p, ', 5 and 1,2,J,f. l Tu enty ESTHER MARIAN RUMSEY Rapld typlst cute clothes lntelests ln Medla forever on the phone Chevrolet plomoter busy week ends one of a mllll0n Rumseys always looks happy peppv talkatlve fxlendlv deep brown eyes rings Knot her ownl Iutfamurals 1 1 J 4 Red Cross Club 1 3 Garnet 4 Yea: book 4 L nzted Chazztzes 3 Vzce Preszdent A BARBARA JEAN SCHUMACHER Brother and slster troubles mad woman drlver cute the quxet type domestlc busy weekends shy m class lucky number 17 Anchors Awelgh summers m Avalon full of fun huge rings Ophella ay dreamel lntramuzals 1 J 4 Red Cross Club 1 P 1' Chozus 0 Seczetazy 4 Garnet 4 W X 'W Ai silky? T MAE SCHWARTZ Q oc res xnxx s from Chestel Wheles Esthel ly see ln the typlng room follows the gang fo ever the t phone gulllble those clothesll ou Sl ln e t nothel day dreamer CO0kl8 za I Red C ross Club 2 Garnet .5 Umfed Chanfles Cones dwg Se tary 4 ROBERT RICHARD SHANK Bom M0lt0n manager of football team ap dance: always has a VKlS9CldCk Jlttelbug expelt Down lngtoun interests smooth dlessex those suede shoes stxong vocabularv troubles wlth Mrs Kenm glrl fllend l0bl6l'l'lS small ln statule blg ln heart lwmtbrlll llnnagm I I 4 Haslmlbull llnnagu I Inha nnuuls I A116111 . . U . Q . . HES, . . yu, Y i 1, v ,g,". . fy. .- H... un ' ' ..." "'...d , l l M' or W 3 f 'X N , W M l . ja I pa u - lu.vs I .l n .' . ll. cute ..alwa s wears brl ht colors . . . "H1, V Y g ,tr S to A t'.'t's. - HlL lIJ'lSi, ,' I' .,' ' ,' ' ' " l" . . . ' . . . ' . . . t' - ' , - . . uv 1 p' ' .' -, ' ' . ' A . 'J"' yy. . A ,. ,J,J'. .- '- .J.J,4.' ' ' 51.1- ERIC COPE SHARPLESS Educated toe treasurer of everything finally go shoulder pads this year push up champ he kicks em m street shoes mtramural basketball player good student expert trombomst We re never golng to save money this way philosophic doodler automobile fiend boy Reilly argumentative Football Varszty 3 A Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Class Treasurer 7 S' 4 Varsrty Club A Orchestra I 2 2 L Band 1 9 3 4 Dance Band 1 'Y 3' 4 Year book Busrness Manager A wwf' ww YQWIRY JUNE SHEARER worker that Washington accent school KQOSPI p us another Tom fiend photogemc clothes clothes more clothes tiny an office girl does a lot for wCab1net talkative Shearer and Thorbahn keeps the men on their toes Hockeyl 2 T Lacrossel 2 7 4 Intramuralsi Senror Playl Basketball 2 3 FREDERICK JOSEPH SHOYER II Fred perpetual tan real Casanova Ocean C1ty Beach Patrol converted convertible trick knee butch haircut hard worker for Cablnet Charlles we dressed loyal supporter of the teams lion among the ladies boomlng bass voice loves to argue Basketball 3 Lacrosse Manager 3 Intramurals 3 4 Chorus 3' Pr esrdent .4 Garnet A Cabrrret 4 Forum Club ? Radzo Club 3 THOMAS EDWARD SIMKIN Tom Walllngford always last to arrive first to leave a cook UD falls asleep in chemistry class sarcastic remarks little brother worries field trip memorles one f "the boys Steve Van Slmkm serlous at the right time ' Slmp Football 2 3 Varsrty 4 Basketball 2 3 Track 2 3 J, Volley ball 3 Intramurals 4 Blackfrrars 2 3 A Senzor Play 4 Varszfy Club 4 Chorus 3 A Garnet 3 Cabrnet 2 A Twenty one ,Y . f W . . . . ' . . . t 4 . . , . . U , . . "...' ' ..."My . - - -,, . , , . .. . . ' , ,n Q 1 , , 4, : 1 1 1 1-rw I ' 1' ' ' , rf, I ,lid I ,Mm J ' ' ' - I gl up . ' l ' ' , ' ll ' ' fi r wi ' , rw I ' ' I " J Cheerleader 2 3, 4: Chorus 2 3, 45 Garnet 2 3 .Lf Cabinet 2, 3, Lg 3 Y Y ! , . ll Y! ' ' , ' ll ' Y!! ll- J ' ' 'I ' ' H I ' 'r .V V J . y. v. . 'J M ll il ' ' .. . . . . , 0 "..." ""... ', ' ' I ' I, , , ' J -, 2: ' , , : - ,' ' : ' ' , , : ' : " I y I ' cf 'y - Tuenty tuo RICHARD ROMAN SMALLWOOD Dlck tloubles wuth the Sprmgfield cops practical mdependent thlnker hot rod drlver can t be forced to 0 anvthlng he doesn t want to do qulet comes from Rutledge manv hobbles loyal mtramurallst trlps to Baltlmore on the famous motox scooter Iwmfball I Track Intzamurals 1 1 2 lolleybulll LINDA JEAN SMITH Qulet but fuendly smcere Red Cross supporter httle slster troubles Well I dont know Chemlstrv woes tall and sllm green Oldsmobile attractlve clothes hald worker sense of humox gives help when you need lt Basketball Manage: A Intramurals I I Red Class Clu 2 Seczetary 4 Ganret 4 CAROLYN STEIGELMAN C1azy about horses seen with Pat commutes from Elwyn 11kes all kmds of ammals and has many qulet prospective veterlnarlan never lushes lexcept to catch a tralnl loves to algue nothlng ln partlculax and anythmg ln general good natul ed Arf Club 4 Hockey 1 Lauossf 1 P Inhamzuals 1 Iasllefball 1 Red Cross Club I DOROTHY ANN STEIGELMAN Dee outslde lHt6lESt secretary to all teachels seemmgly qulet weekends at the shore a Rutledglte from way, back leS6lV6d loyal frxend cautlous drlvex dependable enjovs llfe makes friends easlly long wavy han modest Inframzunls ' 1' 5 Red Cross Club 1 ' Galnef 4 Cabmet Aa! 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JOHN RICHARD STREETER Jack last of the Toes behlnd the scenes worker Track man that blue Pontlac more to hlm than meets the eye wlsecracker dangles from stage ropes hands m hrs pockets swell sense of humor never rushes except when the laws after hlm lots of fun otball 7 Track 2 r r rl 1 Garrle Cabmet 7 Frre Squad GEORGE GERALD THEALL Gerry chref photographer Mr Watkins head man tall dark type that statxon wagon usually quxet and dlgnlfled always ready to help whlz at mathematlcs frustrated pllot s y everybodvs frxend Genlus Model Azrplane Club 4 BARBARA SUE THORBAHN College mterests headed for Broadway mlnd of her own tall and sllm Anybody have a rlde downtown contest enthusiast sophlstlcated loves to dance crazy woman drlver makes long speeches ln C P artrstlc no afrald of the teachers easxly Hustered Players Club photogenlc freckles Bones Intramurals 3 4 Blaclcfrrars P ? 4 Serrror Play 4 Chorus S' f Parrd 3' 4 Garrzet 0 2 f MARY BLESSING TOLD Polly ots of fun cheerful Garnet troubles Mllly s second sister capable summer hockey camp my lands' ambltlous For Heaven s sake get your 3ltlCl9S 1n on time' one of Herrs thrrd year bralns Oh yeah I know Polly Mllly and Sue ockey 1 7 B s etball 1 7 3 Lacrosse 1 1 I 4 In murals 4 Red Cross ub 1 Chorus Q 3 4 Band 7 Lzbrarrarz 3' Garnet 2 3 Edrto rr Chrej 4 Cabmet 1 Art Club 1 Forum Club 3 HorzorSoc1e 4 of' Tuenty three H U H 777 ' - Y , ' Fo sg ' ' 2, 1, 4: Irrf'a nu 'as , 2, 3, 4: " t4.' , ' aj 4. 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J Q :fy ,,, f Q I F 'J , U J fl' KU ,Vo r - My Tu fury mul 'VIURIEL 'NIYFANWY WATKINS Quiet veu shx dItlQtlC short walks to school good lQp0lt C3ldS seuous good spolt braves thlrd vear Flench Wllllllg to xxolk mtlamulal suppox tel never ets mad seen with Ruthie leselved sense of humol wonderful notebooks lnsltcrball lnfmmmnls I t l ll! ll A Cl I I Li' MARILYNNE JOYCE WIIQIQOWSON s J' L, 5 I out of town l1'1t9l63tS e xou done voul wx tvpzgg, student mt amuf'a'l hockev star neat fll9iQQl a te'a e seen wlth Es hex natlve of Rutledge nnlfbns of hen flom HH OV,Bl exaggelates good dd ten wyv wlthk he men ll lunches away fl om school 1 hftfStlC tbl Ganurl fntranf mls! 1 14 Redfnswr lub! qemefary fhlllllg 1 I' RUTH MARGARET WILCOX Rodd t61I1flC pfutw glvex good athlete fllrtatxous eyes fxeckles galole Beach Haven summels Joans blg snstex talkatlve alwavs on the go naturally cullw h lll Flench troubles G :nel Hn Le 1 1 1 Ln 1 upfazn 4 lnf1un1u1al.s las ft all 1 Ru :oss u 1 71 ed fllllllfifs Sllrffa y JAMES 'VIATTHEWS WOLF Jlm dludxs getting lnto Y'l1liChl9f gvmnastlc sta: loves to tease sense of humor M1 Duncans rlght hand min tenor of Cl'l9l1llqtlX A Cdl man faxthful lnt1.1 mul al plaul two toned Uldsmoblle back stage xworkel few wolds funnx lulleylmll lnffumufals I -1 I Klub I Ifl1f1l0 l nrfffl fl A A l ,,- . 4 .' 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LAWRENCE MINOR WOODRUFF Larrv lover of fine muslc Davys assistant Goodman what on earth are you dolng' falthful proofreadel for Garnet Good mormng Doctor sense of humor There goes the abstraction ladder lddl0 fiend Gelman student that laugh' Basketball 2 Inhamuials I ' 3' f Serum Play Gll7lf'fQ Radzo Club Secretary T1 easzuer ' I leazboolt 4 NANCY ADDA WRIGHTSMAN A real altlst lnterested 1n acting bxg green Buick lyrlc soprano French and German student mmhlc athlete faithful fxlend petlte car pool hugh volce Has anvbody seen Sue' llves ln 215 gulhhle lots of fun Hoclley2 2 Lacrosse 1 Inhamuralsf Blacllhzars 'Serum Playl Fhorus ? .4 Art Club 7 Yearbook 4 Twenty five ll YY ' 7 ' LL ' V! ' , , . . . . L4 ' YY . H ' 'Y .. ' ' . . . . . . . ' . 1. . . -, , N, -, -4- 4, l -. - . . .M.'. . . ' . H ,, . . . . .y ". .. L: . . ph. . .. Ll. A . . . . . .. . ' ' 'J Y Nl ' Tuvnfy sz PROPHECY It yyas a busv day 1n heay en for Salnt Peter smce he vyas reyleyymg. h1s Ultlmate Destlnatlon records and yyas mterested m brlnglng them up to date Leafing through the many files on h1s desk he came across one labeled Plerce Donald F and he began to thumb through lt Puzzled oy er a numbe1 of ltems he phoned Carloll Adams h1s ace prly ate eye to come up fox a conference He told Carroll to put somebodv on the Job of stlalghtenlng out some of the unclear polnts 1n Don s hlstory Remember 1ng h1s old classmate Carroll declded to attend to the Job personally and lmmedlatelv he sta1ted off As the eley atol lurched earthyyard the opexator Dorls Greene called out the stops Carroll scrambled out yust before she Crled Basement' He spent a day on earth folloyylng h1s old school mate and he wrote thls report Mr Donald PICFCQ Prlnclpal of Swarthmore Hxgh School was leaylng early today to do a feyy thmgs 1n Phlladelphla He left word w1th h1s secretary Dotty Bateman that he could be reached at the Hllkert Plav house where he hoped to see h1s old frlend Harlan R Jessup yyho had lecently won vylde acclalm as a Shakespearean actor When he reached the street Mr Plerce stepped 1nto h1s wa1t1ng Cadlllac and he roused h1s chauffeur Jlm Wolf who had been playlng solltalre vylth h1s traffic tlckets It was not so surprlslng as lt mlght seem that Don had such equlpage He l1y ed qulte yyell as a teacher thanks to the work of Phyllls Kletzlen the reformer who had put on a blg campalgn to F3138 teachers salarles She had been so successful 1n fact that she was now trylng to get sala11es for all officers of Cablnet and other school organxzatlons Jlm started the car and careened up College Avenue As he turned the corner onto Chester Road he was croyy ded to the curb by a dual control car from Goodman s Dr1y1ng School Don made a note to check on h1s lnsurance When he reached the ra1l1oad statlon Don bought a tlcket from the genlal agent and frelght handler John Becker As he yy alted for the traln Don bought from Bob Shank s corner neyy sstand a copy of the Swarth morean Wh1Ch bore the headlme SHARPLESS SAYS BUDGET MUST BE CUT BY 75 Treasurer EPIC C Sharpless today announced that he yyould refuse to pay any more county checks unt1l the budget IS cut by three quarters Further doyy n the page on the yy eek s calendar Don sayy that Day 1d H Klllmger the gl eat thmker and ph1losopher of Yale UNIX elslty yy as sched uled to speak at Syy 31 thmore College on The Pragmatlc Aspects of Induc t1ve Reason1ng as Applled to Everyday Problems 1n Home Zymurgy Turnlng the page Don found that Polly Told was the new clrculatlon manager of the paper She had been g1y en that yob after she had succeeded ln ralslng the clrculatlon of the mornmg bulletm to yy ell oy er 2 926 among the Bushmen of Austraha The t1a1n arrly ed and 'Nh Plerce took a yacant seat beslde Co11nna Foster yy hom he had not seen 1n many years She told hlm all about her 1nterest1ng Job yy1th the goy ernment sery mg as a superylsor IH the depart ment of secret documents He yyas happy to learn from her that Pat Pf1ffe1l1ng and her tyy ln brothel s had 1ust letux ned from thelr long avyalted yacatlon lll southeln Cdllf01l1ld yyhexe they had been y1s1t1ng yylth Dottv Hemze at hex Sunny Acres Gelman Shepherd Kennels After 1nqu1r1ng xnto the health of Dotty and he1 dogs he sald good bye to Cormna and stepped off the tram at Broad Stleet At the 16th Stleet exlt fl om the itatlOI1 Don notlced that next yyeek Buddy Crouthel s and his Melody Flye featullng slnger Mar1an Hunt yy ere xppeallng at the Chck As he turned the cornel he bumped 1nto a florist yy ho yy as hayy kxng a bunch of g01g9Ol1s roses When the tyyo had rlghted v 1 ' v ' yi v1 1 Y. 1' 1. , . 1 r . . . . . n v ' Q . , . , .. as ' as - , ., . y s ' -1 - '-Q U ' v v 99 'Y '! 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U , , , 2 ' . .' , . v v W v I 4 '1 u w 1 v . . , . .. . - I PROPHECY themselx es Don recognlzed Fred Shox er vxho sald that the floxxers xx ere a nexx straln dexeloped bx botan1st Ruth Garrett Don declded to bux a dozen exen 1f he had to carrv them around toxxn all afternoon Ruth s success remlnded h1m of Borls Lhotskv xxho xxlth h1s brother operated one of the best nurserles on the Contlnent Hallmg a Folletts Amalgamated Federated Incorporated Taxl Ser x1ce Ltd cab Don xx as surprlsed to find the cab drlx en bv the founder of the company Dxck Follett hlmself D1ck had the radlo tuned IH to the after noon recltal of the students of the Goldsmlth School of Muslc and xxas l1sten1ng to Llbby Foster playlng Fmnegan s Plano Concerto 1n L flat At least lt sounded l1ke L flat The country IS IH the mldst of a sudden craze about the classlcs and Pat Flnnegan s works are the rage of the day At the close of the program Dlllman Furey reported on the latest electlon returns Tom Alden the candldate recently defeated by Dlck Smallvxood 1n the electlon for Clty xxater commlssloner vxas quoted as savlng that h1s defeat was probably due to the fact that somebodv had pulled the plug on h1s electrlc sllde rule At the theater Don gaxe h1s tlcket to Llnda Smlth the head usher xvho recognlzed h1m and shovx ed h1m to h1s seat The performance xvhlch was Shakespeare s Omelette vxas a great success Leav1ng the theater after hax mg sat through several encores Don found that It was ra1n1ng Not belng able to hall a cab he had to walk three whole blocks to Bob L1nn s Bodv Bu1ld1ng Emporlum vxhere he got a Turklsh bath and a massage by that master of d1g1tal control Warren Gold After the massage It was st1ll ra1n1ng so wh1le he vxalted he watched a xxrestllng match 1n xx h1ch Frank Conly rendered h1s opponent completelv non compos ment1s Then Don went out for a sandw1ch at the dlner on the corner Who should be the boss but good natured Larry Woodruff xx ho declared that the food xxould be on hlm In relavlng the order to h1s short order cook Tom Slmklh he crled Burn two w1th' Don looked to make sure he stlll had h1s roses and then he spled Mary Ann D1ck1nson Slttlflg' at another table He xxent ox er and sat dovxn vxlth her and she told hlm that she had Just returned to Phxladelphla for a x1s1t after starrlng 1n a Hollv xvood mox 16 Hax mg eaten Mr Plerce made for the subway vxhere he pa1d hls fare to Esther Rumsex The tram took hlm to 69th Street where he had to pick up a fevx thmgs for h1s vxlfe Entermg one of Frederlck Campbell s Ladles L1nger1e Shops he sat doxxn whlle the salesglrl Dolores Cooper walted on another customer He later learned that Dolores also serx ed part tlme as a soclal vxorker After he had transacted hxs buslness at the shop Don xxalked doxxn the street passlng the farmer s market where he saxx Jane Evans buslly sellmg her sclentlficallv grown cabbages A l1ttle farther on he saxx a slgn whxch sald G G Theall Archltect and Bullder Lookmg up he obserxed that Gerrx was bulldlng a new skxscraper for the offices of Schwartz Stelgelman Harloxx Wlddowson and Stelgelman Attorneys at Law rlght across from Anne Larson s Monev Wlth a Smlle Loan Com pany Don remembered hax mg read 1n the papers that one of the partners of Schwartz Stelgelman Harloxx Wlddovx son and Stelgelman had recentlv won a major case before the Unlted States Supreme Court He had an ldea that It vxas Bex Harlow but he couldn t be sure Just a llttle farther on was a branch store of Ruth Wllcox s Excluslve Gowns Inc and a fexx doors on xxas an 1nter1or decoratlng studlo bearlng the name of Mme Mlldred McCowan Don peered through the shop WlDdOW and notxced a large Cardmal Rlchelleu bed He thought he mlght drop In but suddenlv he remembered h1s engagement at the art museum Feeling an urge for culture Don hailed a cab got ln and dlrected the Tuenty seven v 1 ' y 1 V ' 1 . v . ., V , . . v - 1 ' ' y 1 . . 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Y Y V . . . . . , ., . 44 - 17 1 V ' - 1 1 1 V - Tu cn ty ezght PROPHECY drn er Lee Bennett to the alt museum on the Parkway As Lee sw ers ed around the corner h1s cab lost a rear fender on an Honest Phll Hummer for Gov ernor campalgn truck A block farther on he w as forced to take a detour smce a twelx e block area had been reduced to rubble 1n the X1ClD1tX of Daxe Luehrlngs nuclear phs slcs laboratorx It looked as 1f perhaps Dane had mlsplaced h1s declmal polnt At the museum Don w ent to the office of the head curator Ted Cares Ted was glad to see Don agaln and took hlm on a tour of the museum where they saw works of art done bv Nancy Wrlghtsman and 1n the modern art sectlon some palntlngs by Ted hlmself Soon howex er Don s aesthetlc yearnlngs were satlsfied and he started off to catch the 4 46 traln home At the 30th Street Statlon Don bought a tlcket from the smlllng tlcket agent June Shearer and a red star ed1t1on of the Evemng Bulletm He sat down to walt for the tram and on the front page of the paper he dlscovered an artlcle about Ann Denworth who had been elected as the first woman burgess of Swarthmore In the next column Phyllls Collms was wrltten up for her 9XC1l2lI'lg adventures 1n the Belglan Congo as a mlsslonary There was an 1tem about Howard Arrlson s Ballet School whlch was golng to put on a program that mght at the Academy of MUSIC Just below this was a story about Dxck Burtls who was to perform h1s own Concerto No 1 for Potato Plpe and Glockensplel Nearer the top of the page he notlced that Mary Decrouez had just been deported as an undeslrable allen She had been wr1t1ng agalnst the Admlnlstratlon and had forgotten that she had never been naturallzed as an Amerlcan c1t1zen and so she really wasn t prlvlleged to complaln Don s browslngs were mterrupted by the volce of Barbara Thorbahn over the publlc address system announclng that the Medla local was leaung on track two and that all passengers had better hurry the dexll up Don hurrled to the tram and resumed readlng h1s paper A full column artlcle was devoted to the storv of novellst Muriel Watklns who had Just won the Pulltzer Prlze for her colorful travelogue Through Turkey W1th a Kmfe and Fork Just before the tram reached 49th Street the conductress Julle HIODIS took h1s tlcket After Sklmmlng the rest of hlS newspaper The tram pulled mto the Swarthmore platform and Don got off and lnto hls car whlch whlsked h1m home When he reached hls house h1s cook Barbala Schumacher mformed hlm that hls evenlng telex xs1on show was about to go on and that he would have to hurry 1f he were to see Hopalong Streeter attempt h1s darlng escape from the rustlers hldeout Don hurrled xnto hls ln mg room sat down took off hlS shoes and as he was tunlng 1n the statlon he heard Joan Acker Slgfllng off on her Glrl Scout program The new sreel came next and Don saw to h1s great surprlse Sandy Bowle gettlng a medal as the champlon rxvet throw er at Sun Shlp Jean Holman had 1ust recelx ed the Most Valuable Engllsh Teacher of West Punxataw ney award and she was belng mterxlewed bp, that outstandlng actlcss of mox 18 and TV fame Anne deFur1a After the news the show came on and Don relaxed for the evenlng as he saw the outlaws attemptlng to set fire to the Wldder Hopson s ranch ln ordel to force her to sell out and to COmm1t Hoppx Streeter to the payment of a mol tgage held bx in unscrupulous ladx banker J ul1e Lange Hoppy arrlved Wlth the posse 1ust IH tlme to saxe the Wldflel s ranch and so all was well In a few mmutes Mr Plerce w as asleep Prlvate Eye Adams put the finlshlng touches on h1s report Insextlng the notes 1n hls folder Carroll t1p toed out of the room took the celestlal elex ator back to heax en and handed IH hls repolt to Samt Petex ' y 1 - 1 1 1 7 , , . . 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Q v n Q AREY ? .'! gl B 8 ACADEMIC Umm Tiff X MR FRANK R Nlomx R Hom-RTL AMSDI-:lx T111 tu 'NX l .fli- M1 Molex and M1 Amsdeu the txxo vxho lun the school and xxho are largely lesponslble fol SXXd1thmOl9S bemg the kmd of school It IS are xx ell knoxxn of COUIQQ and xx ell llked bx the xx hole school Mr Morex seldom ln h1s offxce on the H1 st floor ls usually tound rumung here and there on anx .md all kmds of euands from lugglmg the thelmostat on He alxxaxs has a xxold fol those xxhom he meets on h1s xxfmderlngs Nlr Amsclen nexx to the schcol thls xefu IS not so xxell knoxxn He has brought nexx ldeas to the school and IS xxolkmg hard betxxeen letters of lecommendatlon to colleges on A pl0lECt to ple 134116 the chool fol the expected mcxedse ln cn xollment ln the futule 9. The Semol Class sponsors Wir Oppenlander, Mus Zlmmer and 'Vlr Yocum, haxe been led a hard llfe for the past two years Thev have 1n splte of all the obetacles we hax e been able to muster succeeded xx onderfullv IH brlllglllg us together aa a class We underatand that the class IS con templatlng buylng them each a llfe tlmes Qupplx of utamm pllls 1n an effort to restore to them eome of the vears we have taken off thexr llwes Naturally a School lb onlx ab good as ltQ faculty In Swarthmore slnce lt IS a comparatlvelv small school all of us have had a chance to become acqualnted vslth a large number of the teachers Evervbodw w1ll remember teachers pet phraaee 1nd1x1dual waye of put tmg ldeae acrose to students Some are remarkable and some are not and some have become school lnstx tutlona There are Mme Z1mmers concerta 'VIr Klemmere geome trees Mr Duncan s formulas fvshlch we nex er knevnj The hbrars was the scene of xocal harmomzlng battles of wx lt and mlght coloesal book hunte buddmg romances, and study' The teachere who haxe probablv lwfwe ma-NJA I ll Shousr If Snyder flllllllf H llrzfhfus cz Armsfru I Ilmlcun Ixlcnmuf 1 ll U .v ' I or ' I -3 J 4 'K I . 4 V? 1 . - X f' I 6 J. 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Jffw ff-Wilif L V1 71 Nfsf l 1111 fum! czlu lxrulru 71141111 . . f 1'r111u' '. fvflflll' :fa - '. ll ' had the most to do vsith our physical and character dexelopment are the phvsical education teachers Miss Allen and Miss Putnam Puttv coached and gaxe guidance to the girls while VI1 Robinson and Mr Reese attempted the same with the boys Coach vsill be remembered for his infectious good humor and xx aws of getting things done and Miss Allen has been endeared to us through her perpetual friendliness Miss Armstrongs classes made us reallv conscious of grammar and Emeison For several vueeks each xear 1un1ors are heard muttering xacantlx Fouiscoie and sexen years ago Mrs Mathews classes were noted for the In ely discussions which imariablx straxed from thc point We were assured that the axe will a and its your funeral not mme Opinion differs as to whether the bloodstains on the floor of hex room ire the result of someones putting too much into the murder scene of Hamlet or of Nlrs. Mat- hews fulfilling htr promise. Nlr. Hofmann social studies teach- er and advisor extraordinary has made many painfully aware of hi: vast knowledge of current events of an extracurrlcular natule as he IN generally recogmzed as an dLltl'lOl'1tV on all soclal matters Our first taste of fo1e1gn languages xxas glx en us bx Dr Irxxln xx ho taught that amo amas amat xxorked for the Romans too Some of us learned from Nllss btlou e hoxx to keep from starxmg xx1th F1ench menus and also that P3115 18 nomme laX1lle Lumlere Herr Snx der 1s famous for Aufgaben xokes and 1l lustratlxe phrases such ls Ich xx elss Buch gekauft hat Well lemembel the Qchmtzelbank and hoxx xxe all spouted Flench and German on thf least prox ocatlon N11 Oppenlander the fathel of the spht lIlf:ll'lltlXL xx1ll defend any xclex fo1 the sake ot algument to teach us to th1nk obxectlxelx He mdul gentlx d1sappea1s xx hen the chem1st1x hends start pullmg out equlpment hut lt mlght be IH self Dl0t9Cl1Oll the lab has been bloxxn up occaslonallx H1s adxlce to SQHIOIS ls If xou xx ant to rlse to great helghts IH th1s xx O1 ld use the abstractlon laddel The spult of Mr Opp xxlll lemam xxhen thele ls nothmg left of the back loom doox but the squeak I I . 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'11'11, .'1' '. . . , 111111 T '1' L lIl'I-Q E11111s l1ll11lIl 1 1 Hflll l1ss11l1 Slllllxlll RIQKII1 ff lI111111 1 111 H1111111s1 II 811111111111 T 11,1 ll 11gl1f H 1f llyyulf Slllflll N11 DQ 4 Cl CABINET- v-4' Lnder the xlrle gurdance of Presrdent Phrl Hummel Xrce Presrdent Warren Gold Secretary Chrrs Ford Treasurer Iulre Lange and the tvxo facultx sponsors Mrss Allen and 'Vlr Xocum Cabrnet kept up the practrces of progressrxe actomplrshment establrshed rn prexrous xears Probably the hardest xx ork and the most thoughtful consrderatron xx ere dex oted to the honor NX stem Realrzrnff not onlx the potentral greatness of an honor system but also the xx eaknesses of the present sx stem Cabinet stroxe to rmproxe the honor sx stem and to rmpress upon the student bodx A classes adopted the sx stem For the fir st trme a commrttee xx as set up to present the purposes and O1g'dIllZdtl0I1 of the student gox ernment to the students The teachrng xxas done through the hrstorx classes from grx mg a general outlrne to the nrnth glade to presentrng the specrhc dutres of separate cabrnet commrttees rn the txxelfth grade In order to create Llfllty betxxeen the rumor and senror hrgh schools Cabrnet rnstrtuted a xxorkrng Junror Senror Relatlons Commrttee A pro posal of th1S group xxas to form a combrned lunror Senror Hrgh School Standards Board and lt xlso xx orked out standards for the caleterra The COIlt1OXQI'N13.l axx ard sx stem xx as grx en much thought Changes xxere made IH the method of con ferrrng the athletr1 rxx ards and plans xx ere proposed for rnexx actrxrtx axxard One of tht most helpful contrrbutrons made bx Cahrnet xxas the Handbook Thrs gurde xx rs draxxn up to ard nexx students and to str ughten out anx que trons about regulatrons dCtlXlt18N ett that stu dents mrght haxe Crlrlnet xx orked also on xarrous other l0lJs A Burldrng Rexrsron Commrttee xxorkrng xxrth the ad mrnrstr rtron surxtx ed the burldrng to rmproxe the 1 e ent facrlrtles Part'x a resu ur ahrnet ,5 FJXB 1 Lsfrw f r A 5 f P1 N I 1 111 1 11s 11 411151111 71 1', 'I .l, Gllii If. H! 1'- llll' Z. l'H:1' 1 fl' "1' l J. C11 ' 1'1' 11. 1'11..- 1 11 . ' 11. 'fj111'll1 '11' Z. V V ll. 1"'1 K. lf. G11111 .lI. G1'1'1'111' II, UI .1.r Q H. 3 I -11- I,. Q' '1111 ' . Q K X 4' 1 ll .i'AsLGlgc - A l Q . K I 'K' K 'llhlx' 5 -'. ' Cz 1 1 KW - 1 1 Yr . N 4 ' ' '. K. 1 A ,ff U' -- s V. 1- 11.4, , vw , . , S , M . , ,.,. if 4 w,' 1.1 -fum-W 1 ' A , . . . ,. . 'X ' , ' I , Ala-.Q M, ' ,, , , , . , . v , hp 1, Nfl' xr, L! ' A' I I I, .'.' ' 1 . , ' ' ' .' asf' 'fx . . . D ., y W , .,. fk , , K, -,1 . . . . I . , , . .. , ' l . , . ., . ' 1 . X' V Y . 1 x, v , . V ' . . . . . . K . , v N E the lmportance of rndrvrdual hrgh standards. As the year progressed, many xv . 'S tv . Ssxk., ' v' 1 4 ' ' 14 , is I sv . v ' L1 kv 1 is . q . Aw QA . . s . ' y 1 I' ' s r K. ' 1 ' A. S., ,. J JJ' LW. . .S Q ' Ll I - '. . .- Ry' -L. Jr . , . L. , ' . 2 L. P" v'x x - L1 4 Q Lv 1 I 1 4 ' ' G . . , ,' ' ,fq . . . . " - 4- 5' -six sa. I . K' p 4 vp v . 4 1 v n 4 . V ,Y ,f ., ., 5 ' ' 1 , , . , 1 , , Y, . V. ' . I 111' ' ' I ' ' . . A l 1 . K 1 L57 Q4 , . . L. L, . A. .Z , 1. 1 :Q S . L' 1 Q ' . hw' 1 . w- - S. ,g , A. - 1 1 ull I .1 .' A ' ' . ,sf xxv 1 "1 f . . v. '. . v . . Q. x 1 - 1 v--vu 6 . N 1 11 , pw . . . . . ,N yr s " ' ' ' rj a ' lt H' za C' R 1 I 1 N" 1 ll 31 if recommendation, public speaking was inaugurated into the senior high school curriculum. As in the past year. Cabinet members had a great deal of fun preparing for the annual Cabinet Dance, which was a social as well as a financial success. The success of the honor system partially depended upon the work of the Standards Board. The continued purpose of the group was to guide and to help students develop into better individuals with higher standards. Swarthmore prides itself on the fact that students and faculty are able to work in close harmony. The Student-Faculty Committee aided in the development of better understanding between the pupils and the teachers. This year, the committee studied the assembly and activity programs. fam N au STUDENVFACULTY y W COMMITTEE Mr' Nl he rs .Urn Robinson, C11 Miss Allen Mrs. .TIaH1c'11's Mr. Opjwnlunclrr L. Bennclf P. Blown .I. Evans II. Hoof l'. Hlllnnnw D. Sharpe STANDARDS BOARD fe M 0 nz In e rs H. Arrisnn, Ch. G. Allen D. Burfis JI. Hunt J. Pen nock J. Th mnpson J J .iI1'n1l11'1's TIIIIIIIIINIIII, 1'l'f'S..' If. lflllHSI'H, Vim' 1'f'1'S.,' 11. Grzffrzliau, Sf'c"g.,' H. Srlzifwrrfz, A Ss'f. S1'c"y..' S. lfolflsmifli. T4'r'ns.,' IQ fI1'f1'1',' D. H'1'l'Hl'l',' I'. .lIc'lx'r'1'.' ll. Iluoflz: Ai. 41l1llH'f',' H!ll'fIf'1l.' 11. 1,1u'l1f'ing,' J. Heck- cr: l'. l"i1111f'g11n: 1'. Stuff,-ff T. Slmfngin: X.. llll1lii'l'1'.' lf. .w4r.f't'y,' H. llfmnillgg J. Hur- l'fll',' l'. Uf'1'ro14c'z,' S. Sll4mil'.' H, Sfnil1flt'lfl'r,' JI. HurrI,' V. liullitfg ll. llrml.'1'1'.' 1'. .lfmr's,' S. H!1ns4'H,' H. f'nbnfS,' JI. liunI.'s,' S. liufffsq IJ. Grisfnnfg S. .lur'ksun,' X. fJllI'l'll1lllll,' J. Iiiwl. This year the United Charities Committee, consisting of representa- tives from each social studies class, had a successful drive. 55573.10 was U N IT E D their encouraged foreign correspondence for C H A R I TI E S collected and the various charity organizations according to the Stade Clothing drive. Much credit is to be Thompson. I W- The National Honor Society, with Dr. Irwin as sponsor and Jane Evans rg N AT I O N A L as President, initiated the full quota of fifteen percent of the Senior Class ,JJ and five percent of the Junior Class. Election into the honor society is the HONOR SOCIETY highest recognition the school can offer to students excelling in character, scholarship, leadership, and service. Mc nz In 1' rs SPRING UF 1950 .l. Erzznsg J. laflllglj' H. .lf1SSIlll.' S. Unifi- Slllifll. L. l:l'IllH'ff.' S. 11:114-- fwj lf. D1'1'rn144':,' Uv. Gold. SPRING ul-' 12351 T. t1IfII'll .' J. I:l'I'lf1I'.' H. Gf1f'f'r'ff.' 1'. Tniflf fi. H1'1l111'1..f'S1:1l .' IJ .qlIllI'Ill'. Members .l. Wirlflozvson E. Ifuznsey H. Selzzrurfz L. Sfnifh If. Wilco.,- F. Shoyer IJ. Sfeigelnzan Il. SCIIIIIIIIICIIIW' If. Thorbahn JI. Hunt L. Foster A. Denivorfh J. Holman L. lf'ooflr1lff S. Hopson JI. ll'llfIx'lIIS JI. Dickinson D. Ifafeman II. Ileclfrr JI. Leeron I'. Teal II. Lang A. Jones J. Hoess Il. Ifoofh . Henrlrzhrson J. I'I'IlIl0CIf C. lV1.Sll0lIl J. Galbreafh IJ. .lIel'or1naelf I'. .lIcKee D. Zensen R K. S. Harrar 'SW' G A R N E T .I. Seymour JI. Willis JI. Spiller II. .llusanfe I. Lewis J. Shearer .I. Pegram P. Decronez II. Schoenberg .I. Thomson , W- I school life. The Garnet staff, under the student leadership of Polly Told, turned out especially outstanding issues which were of interest to the whole school body. Addition of rewrite and proof-reading committees helped to improve the Garnet, and, with the new feature, Student of the Month, advanced the paper in its efforts to play a more prominent part in our ,Q ' s is , , " E f',4aPsx ' This year, as last, Garnet sponsored a bake sale which boosted the Q ireasury by a much needed 35050. The Garnet five point plan was first x I 0 ' 5 8 ..... W , 'W ' . put into effect this year. This plan consists of reporting all persons s ,ag-4' working for Cabinet, outlining the jobs done by students who have worked L51 s .V Y ' ' wyqell and fulfilled their obligations. ' , 1 I N ill D Q 0 N , y -"' -' The entire school appreciates the excellent work done by the Garnet v .1 ' 'X 'J ,, .tafll 5.x as xx Q 'Le' N "r-Mi X 5 A N. Y NX' ' if. A wc l' ,- I .Tv ' f ,111 1, CX 4. If! A -ff., I it 4111. 1 NV: Tb K, . L' Edirol--in-chief ..... ...... P olly Told Assistant Editor ...,. ....... T om Alden Secretary-Treasurer .. .. Phyllis Klefzien Feature Editor ..... ..... J ulie Lange News Editor .......,... .... A nne Hillfert , Sports Editor ............ . .. Jack Sfreeter Q Copy and Re-write Editor . . .... Don Sharpe I Proof-reading Chairman John Becker Business Manager ..... Exchange Manager Photography Editors .. Typewriting Chairman . Newsboard Chairman . . . Faculty Advisor ...... Advertising Manager "Qin . . Sandy Bowie . .. Sue Hopson .. Anne Larson . . . John Davis Don Ogram .. Dot Bateman Jack Thompson ss Irma Zimmer Forty-one Ivo fly-1 ll'n 1 ,4- J Q J BAND One of the most active organizations, this year, was the band. Mr. Holm and Captain Anne Larson started off the school year by leading the school body in supporting the football team at every game and by partici- pating in the pep rallies. The band's half-time shows were all original and have always been envied by rival schools. Several selected members combined with members of various surrounding school bands to produce selections for Teachers' Institute. 1 The band is not only a school service organization but is also a part of the town, as is evidenced by its participation in the Hallowe'en parade, the Memorial Day services, and College Alumni Day. The group received the Merit of Achievement in musical ability at the Cultural Olympics held at Convention Hall, with sixteen other organizations also competing. The routine was a clever medley arranged by Mr. Holm representing the day of a clock. The following day, the band was asked to participate in Band Day at Franklin Field. Eric Sharpless, Don Ogram, and Edgar Friend represented us in District Band, and later Don played in State Band. April 20 was the date of the combined Band-Chorus concert, which featured selections of "Kiss Me, Kate" and a comic television and radio show and ended in a combined patriotic selection. f'4ILOR GU.-XRD .I. Aclcwr, fillllffllll G. Gclzring D. Hcinzc f'. IX'lI01l'1l'S ll. Lcc'1'o11 TWIRLERS ,K S. Gaslfill I'. Klcfzicn J. Rocss .l. E1'fll1S, 1 110111 1101's 1,11 rson, 'upto 1 ll .l. 1'!'i1l'SUl1, Tl'4'flSIll'1'l' H. Gtrlll. Sc1'gca11t-af-Arms I' C 11 IS 1. lI'll1lf 1' 1all'Il11'NlllI1 II. I-'ollctf 1'. Hllll1llll'I' D. 1'lit'I'Ct' E. Slzarpless G. Igflllfl' X. fl1l!lllIbf'1'S G. 17111111 A. .Innes 11. XW1111111 Il. Ogflllll F. Russcll L. lViH111cyc1' G. A111111 X. H1111 E. I'1l'11'l1fI A G1'111ic'1' E. Harris II. Kroon IV. .llvycr .l. Pliillips I'. Rade111acl11'1' T. Sanville U. Sp1'11cc'1' X. S1l"ll'llI'f G. H11-6111011 K. Wyse D. Badgcr D. Cole H. Hignutt R. Kenschaff .I. McCaha11 J. Nfzrbcfh L. No1'1111111 II. Sfilu-011 S. Gall' N. Carroll G. DeCai11d1'y P. Foster F. H11111111c1' R. Malin. S. Milne F. Nason G. Smith R. lVa1'dc11 F. Bloom S. Braun JI. F1'ic11rl II. GIUZAIIPI .l. HllIIl0PI?l'!11l K. Jcssu 11 IJ. Lifflc JI. Phillips J. lV1'tlazlfc1' D. TIIOIIIIISOII S. Hoof .lI. Hunl, Hcurl Drunr .ll11jo1'cff1- 1'. Illalfc' f'. .llosfcllvr J. I,l1lll1b C3 f - s, we X as gwfilgl li i tal Sl'l'l'f'flI rj! s ,QQ Members .l. Ari.-wg' T. Alzlwfi H. Arr1'son,' Il. liar- raclough ,' D.I1eI1: F 1:1'I1Sff:'1.7l,' P. Blake S. Hozrief D.l1uf-tis T. C'a1'ey,' .lI. Ihfcro 1l4'Z,' I1oflI'1'fy,' 1' Euler ' C' Ford: L ll. . Foster: R. Ga,-,wr S. Gaskillf G. Gfflzw- ingq L. Gl'?l'lll",' D. Heinze ,' l'. Hcr1rIr1'.f son, A. Hl1k6'l'f,' J Hilkert: JI. L Hodgeg M. Hopkins sup, D. Killilzgcr, C IXVllIJlL'I6"S,' J. Lange .ll. Lecmng 1. Lf'll'1.S D. .luflC'EI1I't't',' ff. .iIaIin,' JI. .llcCo- zra1z,' C. .UcKernan .l. .lfygclfff J. ICPII mick, G. Hichurflson J. HOPSSJ Il. Schu nu1cl11'r,'.l.Swyn1uur H. S h 1' ll 1' 1' r,' J Sheurerg ll. Ship- herd: F. Shoywr, T. Q fi R. snydeiy- 11. spfzzl ' Z kt, A ' ' Simkin, F. Sm ith mg' P. Teal: II. Tw' ry,' U. Thorbahng I' Toldg J. W'l'ddfl1l'- son: C. lVisdom,' K u'I'1'ghf,' X. IVrights- 117071. I JI. Hunt: H. Jes- ' V . . .. cHoRus 'fe-""i For the first time in many years, Swarthmore's Chorus had a new x director. Mrs. Daniels became acquainted quickly with the school and her new chorus, whose first performance of the year was the Thanksgiving Day Service. Mrs. Daniels, working with President Fred Shoyer and the other officers, again rounded out a joyous Christmas Carol concert. Soon after the start of the new year, Swarthmore sent seven repre- sentatives to the District Choral Concert. Anne Hilkert, Julie Lange, Sandy Bowie, Tom Simkin, Clem Malin, Kenneth Wright, and Sam Lewis went to South-Eastern District Chorus, and Clem went to the Pennsylvania State Chorus. The Chorus was invited to perform in a two-day music festival held in Chester, a week before the spring concert. This rare opportunity to per- form outside of school made participation an even more delightful experi- ence. As another innovation, the Chorus and the Band joined, for the annual Spring Concert, in an impressive production. The combined organizations ended with an inspiring hymn entitled "Era of Peace". Although the spring concert was the last performance for the seniors, the underclassmen sang at Baccalaureate to end the year's program. X ,. E12 1 fe. Lt li-, T- If Q jx, 51 Q v ' I f 7 I I . ff? 5? Ez X is , H Forfy-flirrw tim IP'-wi .wi L.- T t I' of fy-full 1' SENIOR PLAY "Our Hearts Were Young and Gay" Finally, after seven full weeks of hasty memorizing and detailed stage practice, the curtain was opened on February 16, at 8 :15, and our hilarious play was on its way to success. The cast was always most anxious to get to play practice early, mainly because of the excellent stock of apples, pretzels, and cookies available. Several days before the final performance everything seemed to be in order, except that "Cornelia's" dress ripped to pieces in dress rehearsal, properties were lost and then found, and the window cleaner insisted on saying that he had four wives to support. Everyone felt like painted Indians after having been made up, but from the audience's point of view they appeared to be just healthy youngsters except, of course, "Cornelia," who almost upset the plans by contracting the measles. Not one member of the cast escaped Mrs. Mathews' criticism on pronunciation. especially "Dick", trying to pronounce "glass" when he was running for the bathroom, and June Shearer, attempting to say "man" correctly. The traditional Open House after the play, for all seniors and their parents, was held at the Shearer's home, providing a perfect ending to a night full of memories to many tired seniors. C A S T Shea rcr Th orbah n Bennett A l'I'lS0ll Larson u'I'l.glIfRIllUll Gold d6Fll1'iG Lueh ring Becker Simkin .11CCO?l'fI71 lfoorlruff Hionis Holman Jessup Diclfinso n STUDENT DIRECTORS Hun! Hilkcrf COMMITTEE CHAIRMEN Burtis Carey Collins Evans Kletzien, Lange Lueh ring Sch zcmach cr Sfrecter Thcall Roster Holman, Prrfs. .lf'ss11p. V. Pres. .lI1'!'o1f'11n, Sw. lleffzrwrth. Twrfas. f'rlre'y A. Uic'lfinso,f G1'f'f'1l1' Gold Harlow' Langr Thorbalm IV1'iglz fsmun Boofh f'r z.f' 1XrllllIl'll'S Lang .lll'f'lH'llIIll'lx' .llcHf'nr'y .Y1'u'sfurlf l'wu'Snn l'r'nnu1'lf Nj fl Hocss , Terry Ll H Wriglzt I' L f , ,O . , ff if ff if s ' 1 I yeas. M., BLACKFRIARS fa M ti I-5 .4 'A' f5MUlLe Blackfriars, under the leadership of Jean Holman and Mr. Hofmann, sponsored a successful Masquerade Dance last fall, and a heartwarming Christmas play. Also, to the delight of Elmer, Blackfriars provided the necessary funds for a new donkey suit. During the past year, the dramatic group revised the constitution and made clearer their membership require- ments. In order to get prospective members for next year, they adopted a temporary plan of assigning plays to groups of students, having them put on the production, and choosing those who showed ability. In the spring, the old members held a picnic to initiate new members and to elect their officers for the coming year. The club is also looking forward to another successful year, hoping to have the big night performance which they missed this year. ,J Wifi QI,.'p,1"Q' b' in ' 4 'i 1'5- 5 'll' r I . ci I-T1 I , yu, . s 'V IO L69 K LN 'fd lfltix s f an Q A Forfy- 5 7 4 'N '7 fu' A n'Rr-Arcs Q, f x I 'YQ f, 9 ,p 0 AAA' - -- f "1 fr n 'ukfvm 041 'Q 11 'I A A AF As many students have noticed. the Orchestra has been one of the more improved activities this year. We were represented at District Orchestra this year by David Spencer, Ruth Garrett, Russell Snyder, Noel Snyder, and Nancy Carroll. Orchestra participated in the annual Christmas program, and, on a trial basis, Orchestra and the Junior Glee Club held a combined concert on May 11, which provided an interesting and varied program. .lIl'l?IIH'1'N D. SfN'l1L'1'1'. 1'l'e"S..' Garrwff. ll.-1'f'1'S.' J. Hionisj D. T1ll'lf1'1',' D. Tlzomnsunj X. fvlll'l'UI.' S. Jlilnff: 1'. Hade- lllfll'lH'l'.' P, Krmm: D. Huugl1ff'n.' I.. Gf'1Hn1ill.' If, Sy1y!l1',',' .l.Gnuri1iI!1ll .' X. Snyflfri Ii. G1l'fll,' Il. Cole: G. Izflllflf G. Df'f'ui11dry.' N. CIZHIII-, bers: L. ll'itfn1cycr,' E. I"riw1rI.' D. Ogrnnag G. lllllillf ff. AI11'n.' G. Smith: Cf HIll?llll6'l',' T. .Sf1n1'1'IIc:f'.Hussc'II,'E'. Slzfzwplrssq .l. l'l1iIipS.' I', Ifusfrrg H. Hignuffi H. Harris: II. .Ywu'- sfnflfg ll. Hrrrloug' II. A. Hivllrlrrlsml. ORCHESTRA The members of the Fire Squad are the boys who swing into action as soon as the fire bell rings. Their duties are to close windows, shut doors, FIRE SQUAD case of fire. Mc' in liars ll. fllllisonf li. llnrffsj Ilnrlsuujli.1.1lHg,'.f. .qfllllllillff K. ll'r1'ylvf.' If. Ifolzizlsmlq ll. Ugrrlnu .l.I'4'11rsun,'.l,Il4'rnr1rfl .l. THr'l.'wr.' I". l"lfl1H'f'1y, ff. .llr'ffI'lff'jf.' J, Sim'- la::i.' A. S1'l1f'urI1'r.' J l11'lkwr,' 11, Hrlblfrr- svffj ll. Hoof, f,,X4fr- 1r'r'f'1r rg I.. Sawing 1' f1I'1vll'.' Sl!lrl1'1f',' .'ll'I'1'NUH,' J, .'lIr1f'AIp1'ff1 5 .1. I'l11'111'lfpr',' ll. Ilrrrnz- f'lof4y1l1,' I'. S1'mlcin.' T Sl'ln1ff1f.'f'. .Ur'f'u1n11lr'f.' ull, Iffffffafhf .'l!lfllllS,' lf. H4 fffmill fl. Ifullfusnuj II, ,UHF I':i1f'l'4.' llf I.'1l!'1!,' IJ Fuf'f'!l.' V. .lluling II lx'1'lHng4r,' T, Ahh ,1 5 I-' f'f1m1fln'Il,' li. Tfrry: I. llnlH'1'ff1.' J, Tlinllllzsnn and man the fire apparatus. They do their job enthusiastically and effici- ently, realizing the importance of protecting our school and its students in O Mn.. .llr'1l2l1f'rs H. Arrzson. P1'f'Sl'ffv nf IJ. C'rozcflzf'rs Trerlsurw Il. Frzifffff, - Secretary T. Simlfilf, Sergeant-uf-Arms F. flfllillibfff D. Ifzcrtis D. Killingcf' V. Aflflnfs E. Shurplrss T. Allin: J. Pearson .l. Ilermlrrl B. Allison J. Carter Il. .lIc'Hr'nry D. .lIzfC'orn1r1rk .l. Sclmaizlf ll. Grfnzmill J. Thompson .l. .ll1'Alpinr L. Sivan W H. Hfrrnf A H. Slzerlrm' II. Ifllllff-IIIIIH This year Varsity Club accomplished a great deal in helping the school and students to promote higher standards of fair play. Q Varsity Club paid half of the insurance for each student on a team. VA R5 I TY C L U B The football programs were published and sold by the members, who also - sponsored the annual Varsity Club Homecoming Dance, the Varsity Club Trophy Award, and the Delaware County Foul Shooting Tournament. Varsity Club feels that it is one of the most worthwhile activities and is looking forward to another good year. Under Captain Mary Ann Dickinson, the cheerleaders gave their spirit of enthusiasim to the school's football and basketball games. The hard-working girls showed originality in their pep rallies and introduced C H E E R L E A D E R S several new cheers. They instilled into Swarthmore a strong spirit of team loyalty. 4- . 4' ' 1. ' A ' 1 ' Ig . -' I V I 1 - ' , I 1 3 ' 4 1 4 , 5 l l ll. ll1Ar'l.'inson flfljlffliil J. .QIIVIIVII J. Holman A. Golrlsmiflz II. Slziplzcrd ,ll. L. Hmlgz' l'. Enlvry X. IJKIVVIIIIIIH l'. Teal f'. lfisflonf J. llifmis. Sub. G. lfirlzrlwrlsofz, Sub. m X W s . J I . ' . , I RED CROSS Among the numerous zir- ticles which the Junior Red Cross has made for the liene- fit of others this year are afghzms. quilts. slippers. holirlay favors. zinrl gift boxes. .1l1l'IlllH'I'N J. flflllnwrlflz. .ll. llupprw' Pres. I l,f'u'1's D. t'nupI'f', -X' Allfwff' 1'1'l.,, IJWS. li. .l1IlS!lHlf' I I ' , . ' I.. Snzifll, 5,'n'flfMI'1g SM' " lnglm ' l,. tSl1IlIlll!'!'S Ii. .-lmnmu .l. Trmguy G.1Icz'un .ll lliflfl-'IVIIS l'. Collins .ll Willis ' 'Try I . , -- s 1 x v - X ,- 'hifi . Q V 'Nl' 'sf' .. 'E - " x . ' ART CLUB The Art Club gives each of its members an opportunity to carry out his own interest whether it he oil or water color painting. crafts, lea- ther tooling. pattern making. or charcoal and pen and ink drawing. lllenzlzzfrs S. Iivll G. Allison H. Sfeplzunz' J. .llrzsclzul lf Sfeigelman f'. C'rmper J. Bird T. .lluguun F. llillslein J. Tucker L. Greene J. Grllbreafll J. Himzis .ll Gfzrrrzlzrm f'. Foster 5. H!ll'I'lll' l'. f'rrll1'1IS JI. Hopper X. .Hoare I. lA'1l'l.S IZ. .llzfsaufe I.. Srzluulews !'. Russell F. Smiflz J. Svynmur IL. Sclzcilr RADIO CLUB Bl r. Uppenluncler. Spfmsur At their weekly meeting' the enthusiastic members of this group sturly the prin- ciples of rziclio. Their activi- ties inclufle the repairing: of raulios :intl the lilllllllllgl' of their own sets. They have I 2llS1hVlSlIL'1l wtuti will .lff In lu TN .l. lhrrfs, lf, Snlnlr 1' l'r4's. lf. Xnrnfrlu lfulkfusuff Il, llivfnlf' V. Hwfiff .-l. ll-llffllfl' A fi " ,-amznzm-Ml df A 4 Mg, mf' ' x L-nl. ga E9 "0 Wim., , til: .r ,u,,.. .N S'-v qx Q 355-if me f this ,-nwf , -A M12 ,M- ,Q HISTORY Dear Dlary 1938 Today Dlck Follett went home after recess agaln because he wanted to Sklp the orange JUICE I guess he Just doesn t llke JUICE but I thlnk It s the best part of Klndergarten Jlm Wolf turned on the fountaln durlng rest perlod and all of us got soaked except Don Plerce He sklpped rest perlod Thls mornlng we saw how the Swarthmorean IS pl lnted We got our plcture ln the paper' Flrst glade IS so much fun' Thls afternoon Bey wore her new snow sult and shoes but they weren t nlce very long because she lumped ln and out of the creek We were all cheerlng her on Second grade IS yery excltlng Today Jane Evans brought all her klttens to school to show them off to us We had the usual practlce of our rhythm band We marched over to the Klndergarten room and looked very professlonal' We play ed cowboys and Indlans thls afternoon and used the new play house for the first tlme The plavhouse was filled wlth boys the girls had caught The new glrl called Anne Hllkert wore a plald dress today and she had bloomers to match She always wears plald bloomers' We are really gettlng to be good wrlters We wrote the whole alphabet' Thlrd grade IS so hard The other new glrl Julle Lange had her long blond halr loose today All the glrls are taklng thelr halr out of bralds We had our first a1r rald drlll The glrls got to go lnto the hlgh school boys football locker room' In gym the glrls and boys square danced together The boys were awful shy and Teacher had to help them plck out the glrls Now that we re ln fourth grade we have to know the multlpllcatlon tables We had a terribly hard test on them Our study of medleyal hlstory IS fun because the boys pretend they re knlghts and carry ofi' thelr falr loves to the castle whlch IS really the playhouse June Shearer the shv new glrl was carrled off to the castle but she dldn t say anvthlng to the boys She s awful shv wlth them We sang at Clothler ln the Hlgh School Choral Concert Afterwards ey eryone told us that we stole the show Today was a busy day as all the days of fifth grade ale We gaye Polly Patchw olk wlth Polly Told as the star It was so much fun that we ve declded to glye a blg medley al play later Warren Gold won the poem contest bv readlng Gunga Dln It IS a yery good poem but It has swear words ID lt' Whlle we were gettlng welghed we all had to take our shoes ofi' Well Warren knocked the fire extlngulsher off the hook wlth hls head and our shoes got soaked We played klck baseball and Dorothy Helnze fthe new glrl she s from Cal1fornla'j klcked the ball oy er the fence 1nto the hlgh school glrls hockev field All the boys gait her on thelr team because she s got such a powerful IC It s hard to belleye that thls IS OUI last year ln ele mentary school Those poor llttle fifth graders a whole year to go' Today was X alentlne s dav and we elected Erlc as our OIISICIHI post master of the post offlce I hear that Dlck Follett and John Streetel had dates last mghf but they wouldn t let the glrls slt yy lth them untll after the llghts went out Maybe now that Dlck and Jack haye asked glrls out the other boy s wlll too' 1 ' 1 . . . N, Y . . , . . . . ., 4 1 , . ' ' . V 1 1 ' . . . L ' . . ' L y ' 7 y v - L .... L , 1 ' V 7 ' Y L L L . . 1 . . 7 y .. ... L K L , ' 1 L . ... ly L L' L L L v ' - U L L . N L Y. u . L L . V . . f . ... , , L 1 U . L L I. y . . ' 1 5 1 . , . 1 1' ' ... , 1 L. V7 U sl ' - y . ' 9 . Y . , . 1 9 1 I V Y 7 , . 1 1 1 ... . v, , , as Y 4 91 - 9 v - 1 7 ' 'v ' L . . 7 y . H . ,, . Y . , L , L Y Y . . . V . . L .... , . - . ' I - V. . s L , L L L' ... ' ' . , . . . TL L I 1 . . . Y, L L N . L v ' 1 1 7- L v L L L L 'w 1 ' f '-'- - .- ' ... L L L L - v ' . v x L . L Li v , Us 'f ' 7 v I .... L L K K- A.- ,Ls L - 'I' ' 1 . ' L ,, 7 , . Y. v. L . ' L L 1 v ' 1 w ' , sn Q HISTORY . . . We gave our Pageant of America today It was a huge success but mostly because of MISS McKee s hard work We had our first class parts The most 9XC1tlI'lg part of the evening was when Anne Hilkert fell ox er the Crum Creek dam She couldn t sw1m' Our first danclng class IS tomorrow night and we re all 8XC1t6d and nervous Nearly half of eighth grade has gone by slnce Ixe written an entrx Tomght was a big n1ght We gaxe a Festlval of Plays In one of the plavs Ph1l Hummer was Adam and he was forever call1ng his Eve Barbara Thorbahn who was always h1d1ng 1n the bushes In the Pyramus and Thlsby play Erlc was Thlsby a shv l1ttle glrl wlth a xerx hlgh voice We re finally the leaders of Junior High School' Today was our last day of taklng the census for the government and that s quite a rellef Everyone was so surprlsed when Marlan came to school wlth her halr cut and cut above her ears' We all thought she was new to school because she looked so dlfferent Because Jean Harlan Mlllv and Julle slammed their desks too much ln class they had to spend all lunch period slammlnr desks to satisfy thelr urges Todav our first edition of the Sophmorean came out It was funnv but not terribly speclal Thls after noon a whole lot of the girls went over to Smedley Park on their b1k8S The onlv trouble was that a lot of them hadn t rldden a blke for a long time and no sooner had Llbbv got on her blcycle than she was off It lylng in the street wlth black and blue marks all over her Tomorrow n1ght we have our first class dance The theme IS Frldav the Thlr teenth Recentlv a lot of the glrls have become proud pos sessors of gold footballs or class rings Last n1ght was the Junior Prom The theme of Festlval of Roses made it the best dance that Swarthmore High School has ever had There were real flowers and plants all around and an honest to goodness fountam ln the middle of the floor' It all set a was called Heaven and Hell Jack Streeter got stuck ln a cloud and kept r1s1ng hlgher and hlgher because Fred Camp bell was pulling the rope the wrong way' Leave It to Fred' September 1950 At last we have finally made lt' We are Seniors' The entire class has been lookmg forward to thls year ew er since they knew the meaning of the word graduatlon October 13 At our first home football game the class showed true Swarthmore spirit The boys were elther on the football squad playing thelr best or selllng programs and hawking for all thev were worth The glrls sold candv and anything else they could th1nk of and after the game we made a blg bonfire with the paper we plcked up off the field October 28 Last n1ght Blackfrlars gave a masquerade ball and tonight we had a terrific class party which was planned for us by our parents The party started off with our baby pictures It took us a long tlme to figure out who the three darlmg children 1n snow SUIIS were xl Far? .4455 L.,-. , ll 77 Y 4 . , 4 A n Y. . . . . 7 , Y. I. . . Y , . . Y , , V . . U , , 7 9 S .4 f Q V Q ' I 1 vu V 7 n a , , U U , . . . . . y l . 1 V Q , . . . . . , ' . ' i . . . . ., is W , H 1 A 5. . a , Q 5, . . A ' ' .. Wa ' ' xc as "Xia V , . , . . . , 7 1 ' nf 7 . . . 4 6. w 1 - 77 N . . . U , I . . L' . H ' . . . . H ' perfect mood for a perfect dance . . . In our class play, which !! ' It - n o , . . . V .T M , L . , ' . . vk . 1 ,A I c , l ' ' 46 ' !! K ' Ht - 2 ' I , 1 . , Q V I ' I K . v . l Y ,l iv fix . . Y v A xx . . . I fx ' 4 ' Y I L 1 ' ' ' v 3 d 8 A v' .1 , Z,-, V ' ix . . ' X ,,. QW ., 5 H . u ll U Q HISTORY Noxember 9 The Semor Ball rs rust around the corner 'xlany plans haxe been made and for some strange reason Warren thrnks that the onlx xxax xxe can get thrngs done rs bx haxlng ear ly mornrng class meetlngs Noxember 19 Our Senror Ball at the Sprrnghax en Countrx Club last nrght xx as a great success After the dance xxe xx ent to Dodx s for a mrdnrght supper December 23 In the xxeek before Chrrstmas xacatron ex erxthrng prled up on us Luckrly the Senror Themes xxere rust out of the xxax and the College Llbrarx xx as no longer qurte so popular The Chrrstmas Carol Concert the German Banquet and the Blackfrrars productron xxere all scheduled for thrs vxeek December 25 On Chrrstmas Dax manx beautlful portralts xxere exchanged be tween frrends December 31 We wrll nex er forget the xx hole serres of partres and open houses from September on Mrlly s open house and ox ernlght xxent doxxn rn hrs tory There was nexer a dull moment cspecrally after box polo became our class sport Januarv 19 Todax we had a touch of sprrng, vxeather and everyone began to get Ocean Clty fexer January 23 The Cabrnet Dance xxas a turnabout and so naturallx rt xx as a huge success At Pollv s open house Warren showed us one of hrs manx talents bv demonstratrng vxrth the Reddr xxhrp Februarv 16 The Senror Play Our Hearts Were Young and Gax xxas a sue cess although we had had our doubts at dress rehearsal when the scenerx was not near completron and June knocked the porthole off the wall June 1 After Easter xacatron there xxere a xx hole serres of dances and school actrxrtres the Junror Prom the last dancrng class the Stade Frrendshrp Drlve the Soph Hop the Band and Choral Concert the Orches tra and Glee Club Concert the Letter Banquet June 4 The Senror Banquet xxas one of the greatest ex ents of the vxhole vear June 5 Commencement' We xx1ll nex er forget the xxonderful feelrng of marchrng doxxn the arsle to the strarns of Pomp and C11 cumstance We celebrated all nrght long after xxe xx ere graduated June 6 We vxent back to old Sxx arthmore Hrgh brrght and early this morning to grxe our last regards to the faculty rnd to gloat ox er the under classmen xx ho stlll had exams to take Wrth hor ns blarlng xxe blocked up the parkrng lot untll erght thrrty and then xxe took off for Ocean Cltx 12335 NX YQ i A 5 lelf J yr x X if TA , , 1 v L . kv , an . .hw A K tv v -v v 7 A I Q , c 1 v atv 4 kv A V v K1 r x k we ' 7 -'yn' H . . 1 . , l A1 v 4 .- Lv v .V WY Y . 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Inspired by Captain Fred Camp- bell, a magnificent leader and competitor, the team played its heart out every minute of every game. The team and its supporters can be proud of the determined way in which their spirit sprang back after the Darby game, Swarthmore's first loss after twenty-eight consecutive victories. The boys played their finest game in a 14-7 conquest of Yeadon, a rugged and heavily favored team. In this game, the Garnet combined a stubborn and spirited defense with an effective scoring punch for a well- earned win. The Seniors who are leaving the team hope that Jack Thompson, next year's captain, will lead his team through a season that is just as successful in spirit and more successful in record. Rosfm' Frvfl f'arnpbf'll. Vap- fain: To nz Alden: Ili:-If l"o1I4'ff,' Eric' S'Ifll'IIll'SS,' ll ll d 11 y f'l'1IIlf1H'I'S,' Hou'ar'r1 Arrisonq Dick Bar- Iis: Carroll Adanzsf Tom Sl.Illk1'lI.' Dare Ix'i1Iingcr.' Dick .Uc- C'or:na1'k.' Bob .Uc- Hcnry: .lim C'arfc'r,' Lynn Dohcrfy: Hon'- ard Dodson: Ilrnw fdfllllllflff John Hel'- narfl: Dub Lang: .lim Tuz'kvr,' Frank Slnifh 5 .lark Tlzornp- son: Kenny lVrz'yh!,' .lohn I'earson,' .lim Scllnlidf: .loc Stor- Iazzi: Hob Allison: Dob Terry: A la n Robinson ,' L00 Sivan ,' Don Ograrng Walter I.1'ru'h,' Dill Hoof: Don Sfrolnbvrg: Bill liarraclough: Andy Sl'l1I'lllIl'l'f S f e 11 0 Snyder: John McAl- pinc: George Allenq Hob Dohertyg Char- Iic Gr1'crgBillKauff- nzann: Gary Hoff- man: Ed Harris: Fharlie Neuweilerg .lay Phillippeg Joe .'lIclIacc,' Don. Mac- Eln'm',' David Comg Doh I"o.r,' John Hil- k1'rf,' Frank Habbcr- Scif: Petr' Sl-H1ki71,,' Dick I3f'II,' Frank Flalicrty. SCHEDULE 0 Swa. Opp. T ............ Darby 24 El-f S G . . . . . Nether Providence 0 ,X ti . . ............ Media 32 QR 20 I I . . Springfield 32 14 ,. .... Sharon Hill G A el 1 T .... Glen-Nor 245 Z K3 1-1 . . ........ Yeadon T G' 159 . . . . Prospect Park 19 U . . .... Lansdowne 243 fifgffx - , N- Safe.,-f"x,,fT:f --.Q ,cha Mc' nz In rf 1 xv .l. Erans, Captain JI. .Url '11 zra II ,' D. Heinze: H. llfilcria' V. Furfl: G. Gchr ing: S. Gaskill: L Saanflzfrsf .l. Lange JI. Greene: P. Told J. 1'l'lIlHlCk.' S. John son: P. Blake: S ':1lll'if',' A. LUVSINI H. Harluzzy' A. Den u'orfh,' J. Ac'ke'f',' A Hillferfg F. Jlosfel- lvr: A. lVatson,' ,Y .lloureq I. Le'u'is,' .1 Hobbsg H. Garrett .ll. Hllllff L. Fosfer D. Tucker, P. Siu arf: l'. I"innr'gm1, Manager. H O C K E Y The 1950 hockey team, captained by Jane Evans, who showed her fighting spirit and superb leadership in every match, was a far better team than the record would indicate. Each of the girls' losses was by only one point to teams with outstanding records. The team reached its peak when it played an inspired game with Media, Christine Ford scoring the winning goal. Chris's determination and ability in the Media game. and in all of the other contests won her the captaincy of the 1951 squad. Throughout the season, Miss Allen's girls showed fine spirit and genuine sportsmanship, and in these respects they had a truly successful season. 1,1 SCHEDULE 'If Swa. Opp. KO 5 X 1 .. .. Springfield 1 ,, 1 .. Haverford 0 b 1 .. YVesttown 2 I X- 0 .. .. Lansdowne 1 AX J 1 .. ........ Media 0 if-Vx fo 'X-Lxl 1 .. Upper Darby 2 O BOYS' BASKETBALL Mr. Reese turned out a basketball team that was a real fighting ball club this year. Led by high scoring Captain Fred Campbell, the boys scrapped their Way into third place of the Suburban Class Three league with a league record of six wins and five losses. One of the team's losses came in the Kiwanis Tournament at the hands of Ridley Township, a team which our boys had beaten twice during the regular season. Great things are expected of next year's team which will be captained by sparkplug Bob McHenry. With a year of varsity experience under their belts, the boys ought to go places. M0111 lwrs flllllljibfll, F11 pfu in A Iflen f'I'll1ff,lf'l'S 1ll.l'l'l'l' T11 0lllllSll ll .llnlin . .llz'Hc'11 ry A 111.8021 .q1H'lll'l'1' Hoof I lll'fl'I' ll'1'iyl11 S11 ll rlu' A Urn SfI'0IlIIll'I'y .l1UlISIlI'l' IX'f'I'l' S611 roflvr .lla1'A Ipim' Z1'1'g1'11-flass Ye ,LC Q fl X-r .gllrm L7 f f 9 X X. 1 .llrfnzlf II. Hf7I.1lZI', f'lIllflIlH .l, Hvrrfm .l. Lrluyv' . . Grlsf.'1'H V. Fowl fl. Urflvf'1'ny ll, Hlfsrfnnf V, lx'nu11'l1's .1,. lIl'l'f'If1' 1'. lllfzlw Il, Zmfsvll lf. Hllrfoil' L, ,QIIIIIIIIVVN lf. N11l'l1llv'1'fl .l. lffwss .ll. Hnppw' lf. Dunn l'l'N J, l,1'rlf'1'ff I,. .Qllll,flI, .lIlllllIyl'l' 1 Pa l 11 'Q 1QQ JJ' g,N'Ll4-f C1.L!,z.,'f1J31fj W 'g ff'Jif:'r.,'x K- V ju, I Q ,XXI Y, ,x Ltgyus 980' JW L wlifimczcctzi. 'af' 'V"f"'l . 4 . .J-"' a ith 'n,..1. 'ug S' , Dorothy Heinze, captain of the girls' 1951 basketball team, deter- Y 'SJ 'l minedly led an inexperienced squad although she and the team were beset 'AW MEC by injuries all season. The girls won two games and lost four, but the U spirited team play and outstanding sportsmanship marked them as suc- cessful. "Putty's" energetic coaching and friendliness towards the girls t encouraged them in spite of losses. Several players developed greatly I ' Aduring the season and are promising prospects for the 1952 sextet. Good f 'E . ' .luck to next year's captain, Sally Gaskill, and congratulations to this year's .' tl captain and team. A I pg? r iv IL, t I . lv Q- k Iyitoi XV 'JW .bio :HW X ,wi " 'ls J' Qxlie h 1 ' dt 'f ' V1 llujltc fl U Mens so X 'X ., WW. 0,0 Q r t -gi Q iq f f NIf1Zf,7 JV . , V' .Jf ve, Jef: fy JH- H 10 JU .' to Q0 r '- '75, . 'wut V W ' L . M - so GJ A g . A, -I L L ' XF nv g if PM JA, LLL! 'JL I ' L ' .ov tfbjlfr if K I , . 'gl lv, L 5 - Ll-1 Shiv MV! - 441 mf 3 1. X. f A , A X f X J hill I r. lf' ' . Lfl r 'of 'l 2 a l 'l l -Q , -,V 1' ' elf ' .'n', 1. K , r - ' x LX Mem bers X 40"""+ 17. Follett, faplain T. Alden l'. Adams . Campbell Sfreefer . Simkin L. Bennet! L. Doherty 12. Terry .l. Pearson J. Bernard ID. .lIcC'orma1'k .l. Tucker J. Schmidt W. Leach My M D. Sharpe, V A Manager J II. Kerr S. Snyder ,,,,. X D. lVlac'Elwee rw -.' ' J 'ik .Uv .l, TRACK ,I I. l- , ,f' ',,a.,,. l :X 'li 1 Vu? ! ' I 4 - f,.i . , K P"'l . Y af' . -V I ' x ' J .- h NJA' why N . Q, . 4 :Y yn- - r . . l. 1. U , -rf? , 1' O , 'ps ',- -I :inf AJ , AY... ',. Swarthmore's 1951 track team, displaying some more typicaljwell-.5 , trained efficiency, turned in a very creditable season. Although the teagff " was well balanced, there was a lack of depth in almost every event, and the boys had to overcome this deficiency with spirited enthusiasm and willing- ness to work harder. The team functioned under a severe handicap from the beginning of the season when Captain Dick Follett, a member of the mile relay team and a terrific quarter-miler, underwent an appendectomy and so could not run. The team was built around a group of returning lettermen who served . 'r as a nucleus, and who supplied valuable experience to the squad. of My '6 - 'a""m st' 5. 1 l"njl 11" J ,kv 5 69 Q35 0"' " xc Q" V5 w no SCHEDULE C-9 'e Alumni ...... ............ . .. April 14 Q Springfield ..... April 18 iz'-N Lansdowne . . ....... April 25 J N Penn Relays ...... April 27, 28 N,- Eddystone ........... ..... ll lay 2 S l 372' Delco Championships . . . .. . May 5 A, Sharon Hill ........... . May 9 Q ' iiubiurban Championships . May 12 X . e ia ................ . May lf' wwf' . I A District 1 Championships . . May lil - - -"l3'Jll4-'L' ,LA Ridley Township ....... . May 23 State Championships . . . . . May 26 N 4 If M1fn1Iwr.s . l1'iIc'u.f. cilljlffllll .l. Aclfvr ll -A . f uulwl' . fl6'lIIl'11l'fll .l. Evans Gllf'l'I'ff ll. Hurlml' J. HIIIIIIIIII f .lI.Hm1f . .l. Lange .ll. .1,Cfv1IIl'llIl .l. Shmrw' N 1'. Told 1 11111181111 D. Iiafefnzcrn S. fiIlIC'IllllH ' fi. I'vlll'fI S . Uuskill A U. f1f'lll'illg .xl .l1. Hllflgf' '- .lf. Hoppin' " I. Imzris .Xv. .1llNl!'l' .l. L Pwr norlf . Sl1lUllIl'I'S l'. Emery JI. Garruhan , .ll. Greem' , i W 'ff , - D. Zvnswn I , 1'. lllalcr- ' ' Nfl'-X vi' f Yun YF as Xauq. J a Us CX. 6 X2"c'v" ff." Q . 40 so' 0'-H GIRLS LACROSSE f, 4 'VX i. xx yq 10' I .L ' 2 2-" 4' ' - ' A - - ' xx L ' . U ' ', X'NQQn b O' ' Q I I . 39 With the arrival of spring, the 1951 lacrosse season opened. After nineteen all-victorious years, Captain Ruth Wilcox and Miss Allen hoped to 28 add the twentieth undefeated season to the record. The girls played many Q tough rivals, but the most spirited game was against Lower Merion, an 0:5 aggressive opponent. Several returning varsity girls comprised the back- ak hone of the team while many others made a highly successful year possible. QQ xgo ', C, Ll' - U' 1 S , u '1 -,- 'O . L14 'Q' 'l'5Cx J .1 X -- I "" -K' ' .- ' " J 1- ,DK A A Q. 5 43 ,div JY: ,V ,KN H., I 4 , , q.4,4- X , - Y .1 f 5. , . . ' ' Ms Lf ' ' X ' - 1 ' . . . 2 ' JJ ' BJ K - ' t , , . A , ' ,I ln , vid 'H " 5 ' R' " 'SCHEDULE 1' ' ' 4 fda xy 1 ,I 1 X y-Jf 1 F . 3' is it il 1 I s ' '1 M A '119 ' ' p1'lI'1gSli 8 . . ..... .... . pl'1 ew lx H ' ., - . 3 ' averford ...... .... L :. .: .,..,.... ...... April 26 rf Q3 Friends Central . .. . .... May 3 "'1' Lux H X Play Day ...... May 5 M Agnes Irwin May 11 Lower Merion .. May 16 Radnor ,...... May 24 ly fs .Ur mln rs lf. Zffyrfffffs If. 1'l-1l'l'I .l. Tlmfffpsffff 425, 1:. i411,'N.,,, fl. lIf'r'f.'fw' H. llorlxfm If. Illini I . Nfnllil l on ' . M . ,llullfi l4..q!f'1lHv- ln. ljyl Y 11 Uri N' 1' 'lfmzriinun' .1. wifi? lgfe , QdX'4'1hJf'il4'Y ' 1. A. .' lu-ndfr i IK. A l1y1lf'r,, lf. olmfso All ll. li'l'1Iu0: K ' l".Sn1iHL. f. Mpwlflfilf' J. H lfcrf . 'VDNIII1 , The baseball team, although lacking experience and reserve strength, 5 v completed a season which was exceptional for its spirit and hustle. The ii team was made up almost completely of Juniors and Sophomores but did not B A S E B A L L become rattled by the tough schedule. Despite their inexperience. the boys worked well together and displayed good teamwork. The volleyball team, made up entirely of boys not out for other spring sports. was eliminated in the semi-finals of the P.I.A.A. District I competi- V O L L E Y BA L L tions at VVest Chester on April Tth. The boys were playing against much more polished and experienced teams and reached the semi-finals primarily through teamwork and a dogged determination not to be beaten. n .lI1'1nh1'1's gs, t 55 f'1'n14f11I1s 1 et I A U li. Smulllvrmfl ' 1ft'6'1fl'1' D H: 9 343 In, .lIl'ffl'fIr'gf K lf, Lung K .l. I! lx' lfrfqlvr ll N11 u Il, llnlnf-M1 IL. ffllfflx l'. .wlllllkllll 11. Iifirf-nclfingli 1'. Hull: fffrzclw 1' ff. . fl J. .lfyguff T l wr ll 4, T' 2. 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Sw I ' v THE WILL JOAN ACKER leaxes the hr t seat rn ex erv cla room to Bobbx Allrson CARROLL ADAMS bequeaths hrs football camp storres to Coach TONI ALDEN mlls hrs book of poems for 19220 1951 to Mrs Nlatheu HOWARD ARRISONI mlls hrs shoulders to Alfred Groxer DOTT1 BATEMAN leaxe Swarthmore but not Pete JOHIN BECKER leaxes hrs hrgh blood pressure to the ROTC LEE BENNETT bequeaths hrs 6l9Ctl1Cal know hon to John Pearson SANDY BOWIE leax es her tenor xorce to the chorus boss DICK BURTIS leax es Ralph Krner to the A s FRED CAMPBELL leax es a Charles Atlas couree to Rummw Marks TED CAREY stacks hrs canxasses rn hrs conxertrble and drrx es off PHX LLIS COLLINS vsrlls her cartoons to Al Capp FRAINK CONLY bequeaths hrs gorgeous Ipana smrle to anx one xr ho can cultlx ate rt DOLORES COOPER urlls her seurng abrlrtx to 'Xlre French BLDDY CROUTHERS bestoxwe hrs red hall on Jane Patterson MARY DECROUEZ urlls her trax ele to TWA ANN deFURIA lean ee the color of her harr to Tlntarr ANN DENWORTH urlls her loquacrousness to Mr Opp 'VIARY DICKINSON leax es the Players Club wrthout rts teen age actress JANE EVANS square dances away xx 1th Don PAT FINNEGAN mlle her Irrsh temper to Joe Storlazzr DICK FOLLETT beetous the relax team on L3 nn Doherty CORININA FOSTER leax es her horees to Marx Ellen Snape LIBBY FOSTER vsrlls her taxr serxrce to Cookre Plumb DILLWIAN FLREY bequeathe hrs serrousness of purpose to Jrm Schmrdt RUTH GARRETT leax es her blond harr to Cornelra McKernan WARREN GOLD leax es a fern rnches to Bruce Gemmrll SUE GOLDSMITH gn es the Deserted I rllage back to Olrx er JERR1 GOODMAN leaxe the lab rn one prece we nex er thought he xx ould' DORIS GREENE leaxe her actrxe comb to Greta Rrchardson BET HARLOW urlls C CLUOII Wharton Hall to the Swarthmore College box s DOTT1 HEINZE urlls her sxnrmmrnf, pool to Esther' Wrllrams ANNE HILKERT leaxe Englrsh clrss to get stralghtened out JL LIE HIOWIS bestows her harr dos on Nlarx Nlartrn JEAN HOLMAN leaxe tor another reunron of the Hawkeye Tldll Camp SLE HOPSON leaxes rfux of her partres to an enterprrsmg runror grrl PHIL HLNIMER mll hrs lacrosse petrtrons to Jrm Carter I ' ' 1 'S .' 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I 'fy-I ro THE WILL NIARIAIN HUNT bestows her four 1nch heels on Hel Garrahan HARLAN JESSUP bequeaths the one hoss shax to Wxlly Xaughn DAVE KILLINGER leaxes h1s mumbles to Dlck Tracy PHY LLIS KLETZIEN w1lls her w hxrlmg flag to Judy Pennock JULIE LANGE bestows those mad last mlnute rushes on Betty Nlusante ANNE LARSON leax es her personal Joke book to Mllton Berle BOB LINN w1lls h1s push up record to Bob Terry DAVE LUEHRING leaxes Mr Opp hopelessly confused MILLY IVICCOWAN bequeaths her yellow convertlble to Kenny Wright PAT PFIFFERLING w1lls her brlght sweaters to LOUISE W1ttmex er DON PIERCE bestows h1s nlcknames on Dave Wlllox ESTHER RUMSEY leax es ln the brlghtest newest Chex v1e she can find BARBARA SCHLNIACHER wllls her older men to Connle Knowles HARRIET SCHWARTZ bequeaths her wardrobe to Dlor BOB SHANK leay es h1s manager s Job to Exerett Wrlght ERIC SHARPLESS w1lls an argument to Bobby RODIHSOH JUNE SHEARER leaves a tra1l of gold footballs basketballs etc to Pat Teal FRED SHOYER leaves h1s deep bass to How ard Shearer DICK SMALLWOOD wllls trlg and Chem S to the 'jLlI1l0l' genluses LINDA SMITH bequeaths her cheerful smlle to Ed Sulln an CAROLYN STEIGELMAN leax es an empty seat on the 7 55 DEE STEIGELMAN w 1lls he1 busy tw pewrlter to 'VI1ss Bradfield JACK STREETER leaves h1s speed to Ross Blllsteln GERRY THEALL bequeaths to Steve Snyder a model plane that works BARBARA THORBAHN leax es the Mercury w 1th three fenders and one bumpel POLLY TOLD wllls her long: Saturdays at the prlnter s to the Garnet staff of 51 52 NIURIEL WATKINS leaves w 1th a yell JOYCE WIDDOWSON w1ll nex er lease her rlng, to anybody RUTH WILCOPI w1lls a pair of xenetlan blmds to the Cablnet 0ff1C9 JIM WOLF leaves 'VIr Duncan wlthout a tlcket taker LARRY WOODRUFF leaves the class 1n stltches NANCY WRIGHTSMAN bestows her Saturdav mornlng, art classes on Howard Dodson THE MEMBERS OF THE CLASS OF 1951 leaxe to those who come after them semor themes executlxe Jobs headaches numerous class meetlngs free sexenth perlods chemlstry many lasts and college appllcatlons and promlse them a swell semor year S11 ty three y , , Q V -. . . , - . 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