Swarthmore High School - Spotlight Yearbook (Swarthmore, PA)
- Class of 1953
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Amid the sun and shadows there
I chanc't to see a ring of gold
On hand of friend, a friend so old.
"Prithee, kind sir, is that I see
The ring of Swarthmore, '53?"
"It is," he cried, "Yea, verily!"
And we elapsed hands quite merrily.
We sat us down upon the green
While years rolled back to olden scene:
Young, golden years! With many a
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We Pruudl lledlcate
MII HENRY HIIFMANN
N11 Hofmann not onlx ts 1 tt xc hu but IS mlm nd h is cu xtc cl a lasting xmpres
snon upon exexx lI1dlXlClll1l to xx hom he IS knoxsn M1411 hom bum' class sponsor and
head of Blackfrxals he has iound tlme to hold conferences mth each semor to help
us decxde what we are to do after ffraduatlon 'l l'1l0llf h his msplratlon and guidance,
we haxe succeeded IH the mam projects uhxch exux scmor class undertakes We are
truly grateful to NI: Hofmann for hls eapabllltx IH shomnv us the necessity for
school splrlt and coopmmtnon xsltlun out cl iss In our lppucxatlon of hls leadershlp
and personal undustnnduw nt the class ol 1913 dndlratm out xearboolx to Mr
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Swarthmore School Board
AIIMI ISlllAlION AND
High Sfhool Principal William Bush Supl-rxising Priiiriiuzii Frank R. M-.-z:-5
Seated I. to r.: Elizabeth
MeKie. Hanna K. Mathews.
Mary Armstrong. Marguerite
Seymour. Standing l. to r.'
Jeanne Swift, Marion K.
Becker. Anne H. Boulter,
Irma E, Zimmer. Laura B.
Seated l. to 11: Henry li.
Hofmann, Marion K. Beek-
er. Frederick W. Yokum.
Standing I. io r.: Nathan
Bell, Marguerite A. Seymour.
Harry E. Oppenlander.
Seated 1. to rx: Elx'aS.Danit-ls.
Claudia A. Hancock. Adeline
Strouse. james F. Irwin. Stand.
ing I. lo r.: Russell L. Snyder.
Robert M. Holm.
I. to r.: James A. Jamison.
Harry E. Oppenlander.
Walter Hall. Elizabeth K.
L. to r.: Heli-nWisdom, Jean
'1'.Reews. Dorothy E. Bateman
Mrs. Arlin Campbell.
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Miller. lYnIti'rllz1ll. NN'illinm
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gene- Duncan. Virginia .Xl-
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juniors listi-n to Jann-t's Mrs. Mathews expounds to 11901. tm., and away wt go
history ri-port. senior English class.
"A CIOOICS TOUR OF SYY.-XR'l'HNIORli HIGH SCHOOIJ'
As the sun rises slowly over the tennis courts and the moon fades
behind the parking lot, our little ship glides slowly toward the pleasant
isle of Eromhtraws. As we draw near, we are met by a buzz of activity and
the hum of many voices. Enraptured, we beach our craft and soon fall in
with a group of young natives who are sadly wending their way toward
the central structure of this island paradise. We enter this forbiding build-
ing and follow our noses to a room innocently labeled "Home Economics,"
where native girls are offering up burnt sacrifices to the gods, in hope ol
obtaining husbands. In terror, we break away from these proceedings,
and hastily climb a stairway. which is betlccked with the sayings of tribal
sages, to a hut, where what appears to be the tribal witch-doctor is busily
engaged in instructing backward native boys in the intricacies of in-
clined plane and ionic dissociation. The great man's prestige is indicated
by a medal that he wears, mysteriously inscribed with the "Ad-lai." We
are envied by the entire group as we casually take our leave.
Passing thc tribal hut of Papi Yo-cum, we over hear Papi himself,
instructing a bunch of urchins in the use of such incantations as "circular
file," "as it were," and "so to speak," while simultaneously lecturing on
the glorious past of the race. Oh well, in the words of Papi himself: "Let
sleeping dogs lie"-and let us leave.
Continuing down the path, we are startled to see a young maiden
running tearfully out of a room from which eminates all manner of hoots
and howls. She has obviously violated some jungle taboo and is now being
exorcised from the tribe. The natives in this hut are beating out weird
rhythms with desk lids and listening to "Herr" expound on the correct
usage of the prepositive attributive position. Shaking our heads in be-
wilderment we traipse on over to a large rectangular enclosure wherein
resides the i'Chief." Inside, aproned youths are busily assembling wooden
A S D I C Eek! a moving paramecium!
foot stools, and brandishing trowel-like instruments, probably for war.
We are considerably reassured, however, to find that these individuals are
only having a shop class.
Upon reentering the main building, we are almost run down by a
crowd of youths and maidens racing to Algebra Il class. There, a familiar
figure seems to be instructing them in the use of the binomial quadratic
Suddenly the smell of formaldehyde assails our nostrils. Upon closer
inspection we find students in the biology laboratory deeply engrossed in
the vast social implications of the sex life of Tillandsia Usneoides.
Shocked, we leave.
Crossing the clearing we find ourselves in a long hall where Mrs. M.
is chuckling gleefully at the obvious discomfort of her pupils. The latter
have just been informed that none of them are proficient enough in gram-
mar to graduate. Such strange customs!
The bell rings-the natives rush out and a new group takes their
place. The class now in session is known as "Religious Seminar." The
tribal elder, distinguished by the brightly colored silk neckpiece which he
proudly wears, leads the group in the discussion of Monistic Pantheism
and its effect on even more primitive religions. YVe are inexplicably over-
come by a desire for sleep in this class and decide to leave in favor of the
more peaceful library. Our dream of rest is suddenly shattered when we
pass an irate Mrs. Boulter ruthlessly tracking down the lowest of all
creaturesvhe who take out a reference book and does not return it in
time. We watch this process with great fascination, but are jolted back
into reality by the sound of our ship's bell. Vie had become so absorbed
in observing the strange inhabitants of this jungle Utopia. that we had
almost forgotten our vessel. Now, fearing that we might be left forever
among these backward people, we rush to take our leave.
As our ship sinks slowly in the West, we bid adieu to this isle ol'
mystery and enchantment, and, secure in the knowledge that we will never
return, we heap our blessings upon it, together with the hope that they
will continue their native traditions for many years.
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The jaunty juniors got off to a flying start hy achieying lllllfk in
the A. A. Driye. The year got well underway with a group of capable
class ofhcers at the helm.
At the Thanksgiving Assembly the junior Quartette made its first
lYith the coming of December the class was proud of lleyerly
Hailey. assistant accompanist. and Mandell Much and Lonnie Stat-
ton, who sang solos in the Christmas Choral Concert.
During the year the class received five newcomers: Margo Mor-
rison. joan Edgely. Doug lNIurray. Sandy Brown. and Bill Cope.
Pat jones and john Nfaschal gave a progressive dinner party for
the class, which everyone thoroughly enjoyed. It provided a night ol'
rare ev tertainment.
"Fantasy of the Sea" was the theme of a dreamy junior Prom.
All sorts of improbable sea creatures were in eyidencefthough it is
doubtful if oyermuch time was spent looking at the decorations!! lloh
Clothier, class president. entertained the class at Open House follow-
ing the dance.
Before Easter vacation four members of the class were received
into the Honor Society. Those so honored were Peter Bloom, Barbara
Cobots, John McCahan and Rose Alice Richardson.
The Juniors found their year unusual and memorable. and hope
that their Senior Year will proyide even more rewarding.
Class officers Sobzcalc. fwfr- Cirls ' 'Q '4 -1
Cahan. 1.4-zivitt. and Cloth- quarter time.
juniors set up decorations
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The class of '55 braced itself for the hurdles of "The
Year," determined to do a good job and to disprove that
old saying, "He knows not and knows not that he knows
We were proud of: "The Sophomore Swing Bandf,
which boasted nine pieces and was featured in many suc-
cesses: Jane lNIcAlpine and Nancy Carroll. who starred in
the Blackfriars play: and also Bill Smallwootl, Dick Wright,
and Karl Thomas, who boasted of their drivers' licenses.
Our class party, "A Night in Waikiki." was put into
the right atmosphere hy: Gail l3auer's songs. the boys' hula
dance. and waitresses in exotic sarongs, all introduced by
Our Soph Hop, with the cooperation of parents and
students, was sparked hy the artistic ability of Eddie Grant.
Shirley Borden. and Liz Gibson. and proved to be a great
The Scintillating' Sophomores look hack with mixed
emotions ol' pride and regret, and ahead with eagerness and
Dance line iu Mr. llofruaiufs room
limits' intramural hasketlia
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CLASS OI-' 19513
lst row: E. Collins. It Ds'L'roui-1. B. I.owL-. I.. Purm-ll. Davis. U. Bziuliy. D. Ilurrison.
Bute-s. 21111 row: A. Huy. I.. Ilollis. I'. Ilovh. J, 'I'homson. R. Bullard. M. Wisdom. B. Joni-s.
C. Allvn. S. Swartz. B. Wilson. R. C111-ta-rs. fin! ww: Boyvr. Taylor. C. I.im'oln. P. O'N4-ill.
B. Crowthvi. B. Bloom. IIarrnr. Alibi-. B. Ilzirrison. G. Mvyl-r. N. Bunlu-r. N. Ni-uwi-ilu-r.
4th row: lfxirris. C. Ilzirpvi. fx. Allison. D. Ri-ull-r. Brgmn. SIIVIIITID. M. 'l'hompson. M.
Kwrsllziu. I. K:-niivcly. .-X. Drvie-lmus. Iiisingvr. I', Mdloiiiulv. .alll wrt: M. Nvilllllllli I..
Rothwi-ll. lxI. lYa1rm-s. I.. Iloppri. Ii. Bullitt. G. Durboraiw. I.. Johnson. G. Staiton. Elliott. S.
Wright. 6111 mir: M. Phillips. B. Si'lioi-nhl-rg. J. llvim-iiwaiy. LI. Ioppinu. G. Str-igvlnizin. M,
I'riL-nd. D. L'hrin, 7th wiv: Hoot. G. Packard. I.. Gvmmill. J. Yulviitiin-. II. Morrison. B
Crm-i. xvl'IlilUIl'I. .-X. Bziuglm. 8ll1 row: D. Vaughn. 'lf lNIm'Kw. 'If Shutugin. I., K1-ighton. D.
Widdowson. J. Di-Groot. J. Lcwis. 9th row: S. Pickzird. P. Kroon. B. Gwinn. B. Laforv. G.
Carey. Langv. I7. Bloom. 10th mir: C. Bakvr. B. Luc. P. Arrison. D, Snyclvr. XY. Mann.
Abxeinfz E. Bori-1. K. Czicligan. D. Ds-zicon. II. Dunning. G. I1-lton. D, I.ittlm-. J. Murphy. J.
lwIurpl1y. I'ilurznn. D. Pooh-. YV. Rs-ynolds. K. Riddlv, Ii. Rubin. R. Snydl-r.
Joanne Slirinrc-r's party. Young hopr-fuls. l5l SUINQ l13Sk1'ibHll l956
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f' But found good t1m6S ln game and song
We welded gavel busled qu1ll
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SIIIIIM Wi TS
kYht'Il tht- knights and ladies of thc- courts
LlSSCII1l3lL'd in IIlt'dlCX'Zll times to cat. drink. and
bv incrry. thc-y originated 21 tradition which still
holds tr111' ill SXN'8.I'Il1IIlOl'L' High School. YYO.
likv thi-sc knights and ladivs. find Olll' v11t1'1'tai11-
1111'11t i11 si111il111' hulls. lJ2lIlillll'lS. IOllI'IlZllllt'IlIS.
'lllll' lirst 111a1i11 cx'v11t ol vzivli ye-111' is llll'
Sl'IliO1' Bull. At our on-1'11iul1t party. wi- foiincl
tl111t Nitgfs living 1'oo111 p1'ox'icl1-d Lllllpll' spain- for
putting spgirklm-Q on dozvm ol' stars and "GypNy
Whili- it was Qtiil a111t1111111 and we could cn-
joy thc UIKLIOOIS. wc QL1Illl'I'l'Cl around thv fin-
11t Andy's and -I11d's to roast wccnics and rnursh-
Illt'llOXX'S. At .'xIlCly'S. wo won- zunnscd by the 1111-
llNlllll Lintiuol la1y,L1cti11Q rigid as Qtvvl llIlLlt'Ii tha'
Ifxit. 1l1i11k. :incl hc Illl'l'I'yl
We labor long and hard. Ye
spell of a visiting hypnotist, while Marilyn had
trouble roasting her blouse at Jud's.
When December rolled around, we were
forced to move indoors to Nicflahan Hall for
our class party. where we relived each month of
the year, ending with a visit from Santa Claus
mfvir. Hofmannl and a present for all. Within
tlge Yuletide season, we were rushed with last
minute plans for the various festivities. At the
German Banquet. we all held our breath while
lYilllt'lIIl 'l'ell mlionny Goldl shot the knock-
worst oil' his son's head nPete Simltinl. 'Fhe
following night. the Choral Concert officially
opened the holiday season. with the singing of
Fred Waring's arrangement of our favorite
Christmas Carols. The day after Christmas
found us back in the tree-decked gym, greeting
the alumni at the annual Varsity Club Dance.
New Years Eve. we trudged through a snow-
storm to Pat Blake's house, welcoming' in 1953
XX ork of a wizard? Wilhelm Tell and troupe.
scullery maids. .Xway to the ureenwood'
with the usual traditions of behavior.
Back to school again. we busily began prac-
ticing for the two dramatic hits of the year. The
lilackfriars kept us roaring at the ridiculous
situations that six Broadway hopefuls faced:
while the Senior Play taxed our intelligence
concerning six "murders most foul."
With the coming of spring. the Juniors got
to work on their "Sea of Fantasy," while the
Sophs pondered as to what sort of decorations
they should exhibit. ln between the commotion
of dances, the French dinner found us in hys-
terics, as we watched with amusement the
struggles of Mr. Bush and his butter, and Zense
with her "pauvre dent." Highlights of the later
spring were the liand. Choral and Orchestra
Now, as the year closes. we leave our medi-
eval traditions of social entertainment to tht
class of '54-.
.X toast to ye German roeum s
Under the leadership of Howard Shearer.
Cabinet once again demonstrated its import-
ance in student affairs. Although it was not able
to hold assembly for several weeks at the open-
ing of school because of a polio epidemic. Cabi-
net was. nevertheless, able to sponsor a highly
successful A. A. Ticket Drive. This early han-
dicap was counteracted by completing' the Cab-
inet Teaching Program early in the year. and by
giving many special assemblies.
As in the past. Cabinet had to provide for
the athletic and non-athletic awards. It sold but-
tons and pennants during the football season.
Cabinet officers and Miss Allen pre- Sue Harrar Gives
side over lYt-dncsday meeting. tommittee.
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and held an Open House in which there was a
surprisingly great financial success as well as lots
of fun. Included among its many other import-
ant activities were an expansion of the honor
system. weekly dances at noon, the Cabinet
Handbook, the XYPWA program, and the Let-
However. Cabinet's principal concern was
with student conduct, and by devoting much
time and energy to its standards program, it was
able to improve considerably conduct in the
report on dance Cabinet members review minutes of
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SlUDl l lACUlll
Six years ago, the Student Faculty Com-
mittee was originated to develop a closer under-
standing of school problems between students
and teachers. The committee's major concerns
this year have been the parking situation, the
honor system, and the problem of expensive gifts
for teachers. Although the committee has no
ofiicial capacity, it has done a great deal to im-
prove conclitions by merely discussing problems
and making recommendations.
STA DARDS BUARD
In spite of a late start, this year's Standards
Board has done a fine job as a student guidance
committee on helping to maintain high stand-
ards for the school.
Before Christmas, the Board held an as-
sembly at which several members explained the
honor system and the clothing and chewing gum
regulations. It is hoped that making the students
themselves responsible for their standards will
increase their sense of honesty, integrity, and
As in the past four years, Swarthmore is a
finalist in the Scotts Hi-Q competition for Dela-
ware County High Schools. If members Ronny
Gold, John Phillips, Russ Snyder, Dave Spencer.
and Roland Kenschaft can cop Hrst place, they
will bring to the school a prize worth S1000. Mr.
Oppenlander's boys established a new game
point record this year with 37 points out of a
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H0 llll SUCIHY
Character, Service, Leadership, and Schol-
arship: these are the criteria for Honor Society
membership. Each year 109i of the senior class
and 592 of the junior class are elected to this
organization, symbolic of the highest recogni-
tion the school can offer. Dr. Irwin, as faculty
sponsor, and Ronny Gold, as president, were
ably assisted by vice-president Dave Spencer,
secretary Marilyn Green, and treasurer Russ
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In June of the year of our Lorde nineteen
hundred and fiftie three, Ye Olde Blackfriars,
traveling players and troubadors, passed on their
debits and goode wishes to ye Blackfriars of '54.
But not before they hadde instructed ye new
members in ye secret and magikal praktises of
ye order, at ye annual festival held in ye Crume
Now for a brief worde or two about this
year's groupe. The goode townespeople of this
fair hamlet will longe remember ye classik pres-
entation of Sir Francis Swann's comedic "Our
of Ye Frying Pan." Ye success of this playe
woulde re'er have been realized, hadde it not
been for the harde worke of those both on and
ofl ye stage. Many thankes to those who helpyd
putte it over.
Another feature ox' ye season was ye picnic
helde for ye ladyes and gentlemen of Black
friars and escortes. It was considered a fityng
ending for a jollye year.
By heavens. l'll thrash it out of Blaekfriars ofhcers discuss Choice of nstmngp 5- thcyvnk an dcqd
Qu!" play with Mr. Hoffman.
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The Swarthmore choral group, ably led by
Mrs. Elva Daniels, has again proved itself one of
the finest of the vicinity. In addition to its an-
nual Christmas and Spring concerts, the Chorus
also performed at Philadelphia High School for
Girls as part of an assembly exchange program,
and has lent atmosphere to many of our own as-
semblies and to the Baccalaureate service.
The orchestra, larger than ever before,
worked hard on Monday afternoons preparing
for several public performances. The group
joined the Chorus in presenting the Christmas
concert, and, in january, combined with Haver-
ford and Lansdowne orchestras in a Tri-school
Concert. Members also participated in County,
District and State orchestras, the District Con-
cert being held here in Swarthmore. The orches-
tral season came to a climax with the Spring
Concert in May.
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In the traditional spirit of Swarthmore
High the band of 1952-53 has participated in a
well-rounded schedule of activities. Throughout
the year, the friendly, efficient hand of "uncle"
Bob Holm could be seen in all band events. Be-
sides the regular half-time shows during foot-
ball season and the music at pep rallies, the
hand engaged in several "extra-curriculari' ac-
tivities. It provided music for the Halloween
parade, the arrival of Santa Claus, and the an-
nual reunion of the college Alumni. It sweated
its way up the hill to the cemetery to the tune
Colorguard stands at attention.
of "Departed Comradesn on Memorial Day. At
the Cultural Olympics in November, the band
received three awards: for marching, for mili-
tary inspection, and for music. Several members
later participated in district and state bands,
held at Doylestown and Sayre respectively. The
band year came to a climax on March 20th at
the annual Spring Concert.
Captain Ronny Gold and head majorette
Pat Blake put the band through its paces with
the help of Lieutenant john Phillips and Ser-
geant-at-arms Bert Kroon.
Drum Majorette Pat Blalu
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If it hadn't been for Gutenberg's clever in-
vention of the printing press several centuries
ago, Swarthmore High would be without one of
its most important activities. Instead of finding
monks copying manuscripts, a snooper on a Fri-
day night around suppertime might find the
members of the 'Garnet' stall' busily proof-read-
ing over their plates of spaghetti.
This year's Garnet. led bv Russell Snyder,
has successfully changed printers and has put
out a paper of exceptionallv high quality. Sev-
eral new features which added variety to this
vear's Garnet were the new Elmer headline and
cartoons, a second "student of the monthf' and
the April Fool supplement.
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' 'l 5 J l t 1-nth period meeting.
I if w , Mary and Russ work on Garnet Russ and stall' look over recent
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Meeting Wednesday 7th period. this yeark
Yearbook Stall' was led hy its editor. -Iudy Bird.
and patient sponsor. Miss Arnrstrong. to the suc-
cessful production of the 1953 KEY. During' the
year. the stall' not only tyorked continuously on
the written portion ol' the yearbook. but also
sponsored the annual snapshot contest to pro-
vide some extra photos. Slowly the book took
shape. Each picture. article. and write-up was
fitted into place. and lirtally the completed copy
was sent to the printer just before the April
deadline. Despite all the hard work put in by
this year's stall. everyone had a lot of fun. and
we join in wishing a full measure ol' success to
next yea1"s stall.
Photography Editor Judson Mygatt A jolxe front john Qin-s staff the
fhwks 5l.hL,,duh,l Qimlvsl .Xt last some of the copy is it '
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We can all remember being reminded to
bring in some clothes or a towel for Stade. The
organization which plans these worthy projects
is the United Charities Committee. set up in
cooperation with Cabinet to help needy people
everywhere. The two main phases of its work
are aiding' poverty-stricken races and nations.
and combining the various local charitable
drives. The fine work of this year's committee
was led by Cornelia McKernan and Liz For-
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Red Cross Club, an organization which is
not too much in evidence around the school, is,
however, appreciated by many unfortunate peo-
The Junior High branch makes baby clothes
and toys for hospitals. At Christmas time the
girls also visited in the hospital wards, singing
The Senior High group is knitting afghans,
caps, and mittens, to be sent either to the hos-
pitals or to Red Cross Headquarters.
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At the sound of the bell our fire squad may
be seen efheiently hurrying to their positions
Maintaining regular posts at strategic intervals
along the halls, these boys are on the alert dur
ing all alarms. Mr. Hofmann's bovs are also re
sponsible for the maintenance of the school hre
lighting equipment under the borough fire com
Functronrnff under Mr Oppenlfmdfr Radio
C lub has done a great deal ol work behind the
scenes rn bvsalthmore High Besides their usual
duties, club members completed a radio roorn
for the auditorium and installed the audio
equipment in the new band wing President
Roland Kensehaft md members haxe also con
tributed larffelx to assemblx prof rams through
out the school xear
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lhe aim of the Varsity Club of Swarth-
more High is to uphold the standards of fair
play ind sportsmanship.
This year the club decided not to promote
the insurance sale, but to establish a Welfare
1-'und which may be used in case of injury to any
student. The cluh also supports the sale of fool-
hall programs, the Delaware County Foul Shoot-
ing 'llOllI'I1ZllHCI'lI, and the Homecoming Dance.
The cheerleaders had a successful season.
introducing a new song, "Hooray for Swarth-
more," which has become very popular with the
student body. They also continued the use or
new cheers from last year. The original pep ral-
lies were met with enthusiasm from both stu-
dents and faculty throughout the year. The girls
owe much to their coach, Mr. Miller, as well as
to their squad captain, Polly Emery, for the
work they did to make the squad a success.
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In contestb bold upon the field
Our mlghty weapons we dld meld
V1Ct ry was often ours I ueen
Well ne 81 folget oul glorlous teams
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The 1952 edition of Swarthmore High's Jams We
football team broke from the wire slowly, losing
a rough game to Darby. This loss ended a con-
secutive winning streak of eight, which had been
accumulated the previous season. However, this
setback did not break the boys' morale, and
under the inspired leadership of tackle Bill
Kauffman and guard John Mac.-Xlpine, Co-Cap-
tains, and Coach Millard Robinson, they re-
bounded to win eight straight. The winning
streak was capped by a thrilling Thanksgiving
Day victory over arch-rival, Lansdowne.
The Seniors hope next year's team, led by
George Allison, can continue the winning trend.
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Nether Providence 26 6 O T'-.hx '
Media 19 7 - ' 'N ' .c -ff .T 2 H-
Springfield 19 U
Sharon Hill 40 0 Co-captains, John Mae-Xlpinc, and
Glen-Nor 33 0
Yeadon 40 0
Prospect Park 25 6
Lansdowne 2 7 19
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"Go to meet the ballll' "Sticks downll'
"Keep your eye on the ball!', These constant
reminders from Miss Allen and Captain Marily'n
Green resounded over the hockey field and were
gradually absorbed by the girls. The team got
oil' to a doubtful start this year: but as the sea-
son progressecl. real teamwork and a determina-
tion to win were added to the excellent stick-
work which the players had shown from the
start. lly the end of the season. Swarthmore had
tied Lansclowne and beaten Media. both un-
defeated. to become one of the leading hockey
teams in the eounty.
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Team captain Biaril?'n 'Grccn
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Yietorious after name Wll
'l'his year's team had one ol' the finest sea-
sons in basketball historv at Swarthmore. Win-
ninu ll scheduled games out of I8 and iinishing
third in Section III with a 7-5 log. the boys can
look back on their accomplishments with pride.
In the annual Chester Kiwanis Tourna-
ment the team really went to work and rocked
up Nether Providence and Upper Chichester in
short order. However. Chester nosed out our
boys in an overtime period to win the Kiwanis
Since there were only two juniors on the
tezun. next year there will be several new faces
in xarsity uniforms.
BUYS' BASKHB ll
It is not eyery year that a basketball team
can boast of a group that has had as much fun
and spirit, both in practices and games, as this
year's has had.
The team under Coach "Putty" and yivaci-
ous Captain Pat Blake wound up the season
with a 6-1 record, the only dent being a last
game loss to Upper Darby by four points.
The girls also played the Alumnae and pai-
tieipated in the basketball play day at Upper
Darby where they won all of their games.
The best of luck to Barby Dunn, the Cap-
tain of the 1954 team.
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59 Glen-Nor 12
52 Media 33
55 Ridley Park IH
47 Chester 30
23 Upper Darby 27
The 1953 Swarthmore High School base-
ball team had a line season, despite the fact that
they were weak in experienced reserves. lYith,,
nine returning lettermen, Coach Millard Rob-
inson had a good nucleus around which he
could build a strong and formidable squad. C0-
Captains, Charlie Grier and Bill Ziegenfus, sup-
plied more than enough leadership to carry the
team victoriously through the season.
This year the new idea of having a xI.V. out-
fit composed of freshman and sophomores was
h' r some Charm' Gnu'
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Media - Home
Lansdowne - Away
Ridley Park - Away
Eddystone - Home
Prospect Park - Home
Conshohocken - Away
Glen-Nor - Away
Lansdowne - Home
Ridley Township - Home
Ridley Park - Home
Eddystone - Away
Prospect Park - Away
Conshohocken - Home
Glen-Nor - Home
Ridley Township - Away
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With a record of twenty-one unblelnished
years to defend, the girls' lacrosse team officially
opened their season with a game against Spring-
side, after a lot of hard practice and excellent
coaching by Miss Allen.
Demonstrating their outstanding stickwork
and team play. the girls. under the spirited lea-
dership of Captain Liz Forsythe, played many
tough opponents. Lower Merion and Radnor
being the most difficult. Several returning letter-
men. along with many others. worked hard to
make the season highly successful.
Springsir' r - Away
Haverford - Away
Friends Central - Home
Play Day - Away
Shipley School - Away
Lower Merion rHome
Radnor - Away
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April 15 v- Springfield - Home
'I'he track team this year had another sue- APl'il 22 --I1r111Sdmvm'-Home
cessful season under the leadership of their April 24YP0IlI1 Relays-Franklin Field
Coach, jim Nliller and Captain, Steve Snyder. 25
With many outstanding individual performers Apfil 29-Eddystone 'HOIUC
the team was one of the strongest in the county. IWHY 2 - DGICO Chatnpionships - Lansdowne
Although track is an individual sport, the boys Mily 6- 5l1HI'0I1 Hill- Away
showed tremendous team spirit in becoming a NIUE' QM- Sllbllfllllll Championships-Norristown
challenger for the county crown. MIIB' 13 v Mvilill - HOINC
May 16 -- District I Championships - Franklin Field
May 23 Q State Championships - Penn State
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f Ill SS HISIURY
While planning our S.H.S. 25th reunion
the other day. I was reminiscing about our
school days and all the fun we had together.
Looking back, it seems as though it was only
yesterday when in first grade Cornelia Mclier-
nan caused a big conunotion by falling asleep
during rest period. Everybody but the teacher
thought she was playing possum!
'I'hen in second grade a group of the girls
were caught peeping into the boys' room. This
was soon corrected though--by the boys. who in
third grade played "Cops and Robbers" and
"Boys after Girlsf, using the play house as the
prison. Most of the kids enjoyed these games,
but you and Jane Patterson seemed to be more
interested in catching butterflies for your
Lee Swan was quite the thing in fifth grade.
Posing ifttr zi hard fought victory.
Why. before half the year was over he had al-
ready been married seven times to seven differ-
ent girls, Not only Lee. but all the other boys
were girl crazy too, especially about a "Little
Grass Skirt." As I recall even Carl Jeglum's eyes
lit up when she walked by.
However, in sixth grade their loves turned
to the teachers. The boys certainly went wild
over Bliss Grandhomme. There were also
tender romances between College and Rutgers.
Remember meeting' the boys at the Band Con-
cert and the movies?
Romances continued in the seventh grade,
but the meeting places were the weekly Friday
and Saturday night parties. All the girls had a
crush on one of the new boys. Andy Schroder.
All, that.is. but Polly Emery: she had already
found a man. Remember how excited we were
at our first dancing class? 'l'he evening ended,
The line forms at the right!
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but the famous words, uStep, step. side togethern turned out pretty well except for the fountain
stayed with us for many years. running over. Another big event that year was
We had a bit of humor in cooking class that our trip to Strawberry Mansion where several
year when the oatmeal was sprayed all over the of the boys got carried away on a freighttrain
breakfast table and Bon- Amiwas detected on the and jay got locked up in the attic.
tea sandwiches. Our new senior. john Morrison, was always
In eighth grade Mr. Udell sponsored all the running for more wire for the stars in the Sen-
bird watching and star gazing activities. And ior Ball. These stars turned out pretty well, but
then in ninth grade we chanted, Hamas. amatf' the stars of the girls' chorus line at the senior
as we walked down the halls. party got out of step, and the boys had some
I'll always remember our class dance. trouble keeping their bathing suits and wedding
"Dreamland Circus," in the tenth grade, and gowns on.
the overnight party at Sydney's the weekend be- lYell. I sort of got oil' the track in this let-
fore. It seems to nie we did an awful lot of ter, What I started to write about was our class
studying' that year with time charts for English reunion. which I hope you will be able to attend.
and history. and those who did not get them Yours from '53.
done joined Miss Zimmer's Procrastinator Club. Sue
During the junior year our "Mardi Gras"
Time out for some locker room talk. Our eleventh grade rooters.
Basking in the sunshine.
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THELMA RUTH IIAGIIY
"Laugh if you are wise." Martial . . . Many boy friends
. . . continuinf' thc long' Ba fby line . . . biff dimples . . . un
lovinlf cvcrvbodv s fricnd wittv runarks '1 law 1
for curx thmff ar uma nts m homm room alxs ays wlll
mf' Ruthu Cluns and P1 churful fam bnhmd
cafctura snack bar lows to tcasu
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Common synsm IS ilu but smnsl I know f Iorcl C his
tuhllcl Sun mth Dottu N mu and Sanclx fart 1
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town boxs clark Cullx Inu 'ups with adxancul
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Shallaspearm All around? fm ndlx qumdrop man
mam ZICUXIIICS oftnn scan suuoundnd by a mob of fflrls
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Xollcyball I 4 Blaclxfrrars 'I X lcv prrsndpnt 4
Llfmtvrra 2 Trvasurlr of C lass 'I C abrmt Trmsurcr I
C orus 2 'I I- Homm room Prcsldlnt I Homl room
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ALBERT FRANCIQ IIELI
C hcrchu la fm mmm Dumas II lrt IXNII1lxllI'lH nu
and XUISCIIICX ous wml, halls from Gardcn C lty Dxclx
and ucl bchmcl thc clcctuc dnshwashcx Mouse
qood humor fncndly to all ncx or mlsses a football
or baslxctball dance cut out them vusc-crackers, you
am Q no qunboat clownstaxrs'
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FREDERICK NEIL BELL, JR.
"Men of few words are the best men." Shakespeare . . . 4
Blondie . . . bass voice , . . active intramural player . . . e A .
interestinff summers at the shore . . . sweet trumpet . . . x
faithful band member good nature el night drixes
with Pete alone' 'Viaclhele hna lx got 1 drrxer s lreense fu'
jokes rn ffxm rrfle te arrr dead exe
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SLIANNE EI IIABEI H BELI
A well dressed woman rn 1 room should hll rt wrth poetre
sense Oaklex lots 'mel lots of ador rble clothes
characterrstre walk true frre nd eluret ge ne rous
trustworthx 'wreeable to anxthrnef talents rn
sewmf and 'nt nexer rrrrsses the basket rn ffxm e 'ess
rnterestrner surrrrrrers rn Manasquarrr
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PREIJA MARGARET BII I SIEIN
Tomorrow do thx worst tor I haxe lrxed todry Dryden
Seldom seen alone knit wrt ol ten drrx rne Mernk
car after school personalized humor Henry Hof
mann s summer school lox es to te use twrn shuts
full of pep drstrnetrxe ere elle makes faces at exerx
bodv German II worries
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erossl '7 Chorus 7 5 -I rnet Grrls
Shop l 9 'Nurse l Se mor Play Committee
JLDIIH ANN BIRD
Ihrs world belonf s to the ene rqetre Frrre rson Bound
less enerfv xerx aetrxe rnanx interests one blue
and one brown exe e xt erazx s ueastre xslt m1
Irons of blouses plaxs euprd xx altzrnef rnree true
frre nd ehatte rbox Y ou re ratroualrzrn X ear
hook problems hop sl-.rp and 1 Jump
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Laercrs 3 Garnet 3 Feature Editor 4 Hom
room Secretary P' 3 4 Natronal Honor Soeretx Lmted
Lharrtres 9 Ticket Sales Chirrman 3 Xearbook Editor 4
PATRICIA NEILD BLAKE
The smcere alone can recogmze s1ncer1ty' Carlyle
Tall dark, and attractne natural all around athlete
basketball whnz keeps the band ln step t at
raxsed eyebrow' dxstmctne snort TflCl3 true
fuend natulal curly han perpetual tan artrstlc
abrlmes dependable Flako
Basketball X arslty 1 2 3 Captam 4 Hockey I Varsnty
I aerosse 1 X arsxty 4 n l 2 3 Black
trnars 3 Secretary 4 Secretary of Class 4 Chorus 2 3
Homeroom Treasurer 2 3 4 Nurse 1 Lmted Charmes
Rad Cross Club l lNat1onal Honor Socxcty
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Genume and lnnocent mt IS surely the yery Hay or of the
mxnd Harxey Clex er humor ladles man weak
stomach drne rn exxts green Plymouth hfe of
the party Yhldvsood beady stare natural born
actor Oh I don t know lox es to arvue south
pau excltable nu er late to school
Intramurals l 2 3 4 Blackfrlars 2 3 Treasurer 4
Im Squad 4 Carntt 3 4 Slmof Play COITIITIIIIIQ
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JAMES MORRISON CHAMBERS
Brexnty IS the soul of wnt Shakcspcart uxet subtlc
lau h nncknamed Flo buxlds and fllCS model axr
planes curly blonde han lonv dm es to school
pamted whltewalls makes own tcleusxon sets home
packed lunch sunny dlsposxtxon loom for one more
m the car keeps tug class gomf
Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Fnrt Squad 4 Modal Axrplant Club
Radio Club 3 Scnxor Play Committee
MARGARET ELAINE COLLINS
Absence makes the heart grow fonden Bavly Ney er
on tlme to school often seen knnttmg fabulous halr
dos sw eet bcautrful smxle never sy orrles
be so glad when graduatxon comes not an unkmd
word Mxss Barten s problem chxld lunches at home
boy frlends on a strlnf cute hockey field klller
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I was not born to be foreed I mll breathe aeeordme to
my own fashxon Ihoxeau IHCllN1dllZ1llSt Dmk
M1ChlW3H summels burnt ells shoes puf nose
h1ll blllx enthusiast Is that Il ht? tall tales
3 N H colleffe raxds stronff s1lent type quret fuendlmess
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good oxgamzel backbone of eheerltadmff squad
always busy red hau and freckles scarab bmetltts
p ppx natura ea ar Rt ftllx Snuth pros
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Edltor 4 NdtlOIIll Honor Socnty Swltehboard l J S
ELIZABETH ANN FORSYTHE
By lteepm men off you lseep them on Gay Typxeal
fiery redhead beautlful clothes ullxble Down
boy' sparlxllmg personahty poster problems a
letlc 3.bll1IlCS outgomg and frxendly mama for wash
meg han alw ays has worrres potato ehlps ust
walt a mmute asthma troubles telephone comer
Basketball 1 Xarsxty 3 4 Hockey 1 X arsrty 3 4
Lacrosse X arsxty 1 3 Captatn 4 Band 3 4 Cabmet 4
Pubhexty Chanrman Semor Ball Garnet 3 Umtecl
Charrtles 3 Co ehanrman 4 Semor Play Commxttee
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PAUL EDGAR FRIEND
One of these days 1s better than none of these days Hu
bert Fuendly urn tempered loyal band sup
porter fff s plays a mean oboe name
Cl8.lIHS he can t dance outslde lnterests danlv bxcyele
udes to school 1 pocket full of penells track man
smxles true fuend
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4 Projtetron Club I Semor Play Commntet
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NITADEL GARRAH AN
Innocence rn ffenrus and candor rn power are both noble
qualrtres de Stael College mterests Neets onef
dark lashes petrte enxred curly han I px
cheerleader dependable worker loxe s to arffue
cute Shorty Oberlm weekends frank e
lone grrl rn Chemrstrx S letters and more letters
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culatron Manager 4 Homeroom Treasurer 1 Student I-1e
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A number one class presrde nt rntr rmurcel ace
te rrrhe drurnrner lots of A s ooel sport eurlx
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room Pre srdent 7 l Nrtron rl Honor Soerety 5 Pre srele nt
Ore' estri l 7 3 Senror Plu X wrsrty Club 1
IRENI' DIANA C RAC F
YN here there rs room rn the heart there rs room rn the
house Proxerb Men from exerwmhere Oenerous
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popular records oxernrefht partres 'vie nerxes are
s rot can keep a secret
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Plax C ornmrttee
MARII X N HUYI FX CREEN
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sense of humor lust ffrrl xsrth whrte bucks Mlss
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G rne t 7 3 C 1brne t C orrespondent 1 Natrenal
llonor Soe re ty 3 Se ere tire 1 Student I 'rculty 3 St1nd
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"A noiseless, patient spider I mark'd." IN'hitrnan.
Thoughtful and courteous . . . "Spider", . . . beige Plymouth
. . . intramural star . . . right field ball hawk . . . wicked
puns . . . flirt . . . actor . . . "YN'hat. You're no light bulb"
. , . top notch Varsity Club president . . . sense of humor
. . . Rutledge Hook and Ladder Company,
Intramurals l. 2. fl. 4 . . . Baseball 2. 3 . . . Football Varsity 3 . . .
Chorus 2. fl. 4 . . . lfire Squad 2. 3 . . . Chief -l . , . Boys'Clr-1-Clul: si
L. I. ' . . . Varsity Club 3 , , , lresident l . . . S -nior Play.
GARRY YN ALTER HOFFMAN
Nothrnf- rs so ekpressrye as silence Eliot uret
always ready to lend a helpmv hand patient wr d
experiments rn Chemistry S neyer in a hurry smart
fights all the homeroom ffrrls rnaffrc clarinet
crew cut Pontiac bicycle rrdtr one of the Rut
qers Ay enue crowd generous
Intramuralsl 'P 3 4 Football 'I 3 Yolleyballl 9 3
B nd I '7 3 4 Senior Play Committee
? HENRX INILBUR HOOT
He calls rt a drmple Riley Ardrnt X ankees fan
self conhdent lr adu crafty quarterback perpetual
crew cut all star Hrst baseman arffyle socks
Tulane terror 1 menace to opposrnf basketball
teams frank sports rnrndc d relrablc worker
Intramurals 3 Basketball X arsrty 9 3 Co Captain 4
Baseball 1 Varsity 2 'l 4 football 0 X arsrty 4
Cabinet '7 Chairman Xward Rryrsron 4 Fm Squad 'I 'l 4
Homt room President " 'S Student Faculty 'P N arsrty
Clu '7 3 Vice presrdrnt 4 Xrarbook Staff
SATOKO I7LMI yy, GGAIVUV
A yorce so thrrllmf nc rr was heard XS ordsworth
special compliment for ey eryonc brf smrlr chorus
so os industrious hockey camp music lessons
punctual cute clothes always busy Sunoco
chocolate rnrlkshakes for breakfast dr you d stud: nr
director always goes home for lunch petite
Intramurals '7 I 4 Ilockry 'I Iacrossr ' Chorus '7 I
Home room Secretary 3 C o chairman Rr frr shment Commit
tee 4 Co Director Se nor lay Committee
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'iTake love away from life and you take away its pleas-
ures." Moliere . . . Trick knee . . . sympathetic . . . bell-bot-
tomed trousers generous always dressed to go in
town men from ex erswhere Sunday nwht fellow
shrp Drane and Sydney I m a nerx ous wreck
rnfectrous qrggle own specral walk mtcrest rn radro
and dramatrcs Maybe I can get the car
Art Club 9 3 Blackfrrars 7 3 4 Grrls Shop 9 Lrbrary
Xssrstant 9 Switchboard 9 5 4 Lnrttd Charr
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CARL PERKINS JEGLDM
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cent look mama for hot rods Colorado A Sc M
famous talcs of Iowa syncopated qart ready and
Swrtchboard 1 2 Track Manager 4
I can swrm lrkc a duck Shakespeart A whrz wrth tht
needle and thread athletrc cute always gay
no head for heures lox es to parnt Sandy and Patty
future homemaker makes own clothes ace hockey
playcr Rose Valley ganv Florrda summers drrye
rn theatres frrendly and good natured lNo more
Hockey Xarsrty I 2 3 4 Band 1
XS ILLIANI LEE KALFFMAIN
Hrs lrrnbs were cast rn manly mold for hardy sports or
contest bold Scott Ixlaus solrd hunk of football
captarn 5 0 clock shadow conscrentrous athlctc
late sleepcr lull brllx musrc lox er Luna boy rre
man women troubles lunches uptown shut of
marry colors eats lrke a horse
Basketball 1 X rsrty 9 3 4 Baseball l Narsrty 3 4
Football l rsrtx Co raptarn l Bows Cltt Q lub
Volleyball 3 X arsrty Club 9 3 I Frre Squad P 5
wrllrrrf always errnmnff student drrector ff
beaxer produces a lot of norse from one tuba
Intramurals 4 Band 3 4 Blackfrrars 2 3 4 Frre Squad
Gun Club 3 4 Homeroom Treasurer 4 Musrc Lrstcn
mg 9 Projectron Club 1 Co drrector Senror Play
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6'It is easier not to speak a word at all than to speak more
words than we shouldf' Thomas A. Kempis , . . quiet . . .
good looking . . . i'Oscarl' . . . golfer . . . trying to break 90
. . . always says hello . . . friendly . . . never angry with any-
one . . . older wornerr . . . one of the lrrglerrr-rrk boys . . .
fre-quents Spring Haven Cflub . . . serious rrrinded.
Intramurals l, 2, 3, 4 . . . Basketball 2, 3 . . . Track Varsity 2 . . .
Senior Play Committee 9 I
BEREND YN ALIER lxROOlN
ed for ,rrls 1 laclres rn n Homme llroufhtlul
one parr of brown pu s un coll ctor elose the
door xou re running the batters down sharp dresser
the whrte flash two seminars soda fountain
summer sweet French horn la t one to lease cafe
K, terra at lunchtrme brorled boneless shad
Intramuralsl 2 3 4 X cyballl ' ndl 9
ttern l 9 Ch1rrm'rn Student Burldrne Lorrrrrrrttu 5
t, Fire Squad 4 Gun Club 'K Presrdtnt 4 Orchestra
Swrtchboard 3 4 learbook Staff
JOHN C LXNIPBEII 'vIacALPIlNE III ,..
Oh' It rs excellent to hate a grants strenffth Shake
speare Maffee 8 29 dash eternallw eating
breakfast on w at to school easy eornff football cap
tarn 'rlw sus ood for 1 lau h reliable frrendlx
qurtt nexer rushed ambrtrous farmer
klein preference for xoun er wornen Nlajor
League baseball follower
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bal l Varsity 2 3 Lo captain 4 C abrnet 3 Crhorus
Fire Squad 2 '5 4 Homeroom President l Yree
prt srdt nt 9 X 'trsrty Club 9 3 4
DONAI ll ISEII MWCEI W LE
One ood hearty laugh rs a bombshell explodrnf rn the Kwai
rr ht place Palma e Lrfe of the partw Let s go on
a lron hunt comple telw relaxed srx foot two
the booming bass of Hr h School C horus lrxelx leader
of noontrme dances h 4 ct Oh O K
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Blaekfrrars 9 3 Pri srdt nt 4 X101 Pri srdt nt of Class
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i'If you would be loved, love and be lovable." Ben Frank-
lin .... A esthetic nature . , . true platinum blonde -... sym-
pathetic . . . Swarthrnore's Sarah Bernhardt . . . enthusi-
astic . . . many clothes . . . affectionate . . . famous for tiny
waist . . . French problems . . . knows all about music . . .
lots of outside men . . . colleffe weekends . . . "I can't do
hrs Senior Math
Intramurals 1 Xrt Club 1 Blackfrrars " 3 4 Cabinet
Chorus 2 3 4 Music Listening 1 'Nurse 1 en
nor Play Lnrted Charities Chairman 4
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IOHNI NN ESI EX MAINSLRE
Oh thou wee el who are so loxels and smelleel so sweet
Shakespeare Hessen frrendls to all S re I
read the ZlSSlU'I1II1lllt 'virss liarten aqua shirt stands
up for Prospect ffreat reeiter of eseapacles camp
stories frshermai and Hrernan loxes to kid smokt
nn' s lone rides to school pool plawer
Intramurals l 2 5 4 Basketball 9 Baseball 1 r
Llu l 2 Chorus 3 Tire Squad 4 Se nror Play Com
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Ill speak in a monstrous small xoice Shakespeare
Practices proxerb Silence IS Holden hot on the tennis
court atom bomb red com ertiblc frrenellx
laugh for ewerythmff prankster sharp elre ser
Garden City girls suedes chess ch imp C orne
didnt do nutten
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Senior Play Comnnttet
IOSFPH NIEI I AC I
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pefr hails lrorn Morton r
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Good humor IS the health of the soul sadness IIS poxson
Stanislaus Monk car crazy xx ants a Plymouth
or Dodge muhamcal abxlltles hand kmtted 3lgVlCS
Luna umol Inc Company proud of hrs peach
uzz black busmess coupe lNax al Reserxe crurses KB
umulx blonde pompador top mnkm football manager
lnstc nu to uuxom s txoublcs Indubltably so
r1mur1ls l 7 4 lootball Ivhnfnqmr J I 4 B nd l 7
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IOHN OLIV ER NIORRISOIN
Sue nu 4 urns us mto zones of speculatron Stutnson
I'l1CI1C'llN to all courteous Hu tn me nd N'ICfCllIX
tlnctllml CII mul always Nllllll to help
nun dym twmkle ln his ues patu nt that rad
plfud jacket' spectacular Semox Ball 11 htmf C om: Q N
on our and sec the plant some das Mr Opps 111 ht
Hom: room Sure tary -l Radio Club 4 Stmor Play
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ELIZABETH DL ANE NIUSANTE
A good lauffh xs sunshme rn the house Thackeray
Laughs at am joke pom tarl artrst Qaturday
tnps m town B ue mth an ze please' anothu
Rose Tree falmer perpetual duts smcele friend
C amp Sunshme experrences crushes fun to krd
Intramuralsl 2 3 4 Hockfy I '5 Lacrosse 2 Black
frnrs 3 4 Caft terra 4 Publrrrty Chairman Soph Hop
rnet 1 2 3 Gxrls Shop l Xtarbook Staff Rnd
Cross Club 1 2 Presrdent 3 Stmor Play Comnnttce
JLDSON VANDIVORT MX GATT
Ah, take the cash and let the ered1t fro' Omar Khawman
Crew cut many actnmes bust mth Cabmet and
Semor Treasury tell me more uns 8 30 dash
for homeroom I ll get rt fthe old Ford coupel runmn
some day dov keeper eccentuc lateness excuses
table tenms fiend the Jeep
Intramurals 2 3 4 Ca etern l 2 3 4 Trt 'lsurtr of Class
Cabmet l 2 3 Cafeterra Commxtttt 3 4 W xys and
Means Commrttee 4 Chorus l 2 3 4 Gun Club 3 4
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A lrvht heart lrx es lonff Shakespeare Tall bl nde anel
pretty drstrnctrye slouclr derek tarls numerous
boy frrends colle ge weekends happy go lucky
lox ely smrle tcrrfhc sense of humor joerrnalrstrc tal
ents strar ht for ys ard George School student all
est cheerleader actrng abrlrtres lox es Mramr ane
and Cornre sgets along mth ex eryone
Intramurals l '7 4 Basketball l 2 lacrosse l 2 4
Cheerleadrng 4 Garnet 4 Senror Play Lnrted Charrtres
Senror Play Commrttec
GEORGE RHEY PHILLIPPE JR
Exemplrfies the finest rn loyalty, courage, and trrre unsel
fish spurt l Varsrty C lub Cullrble Vera famous
checked oy ercoat Aelmual' srncere thouf ht
ful and consrderate keeps them rn strtches krdded by
a rrsrtrusrl born 'retor ery ball boys tres
nexer called by real name chemrstry problems rc
strrped shorts lrhrrlous sunlarnp tsrns
ramurrls 1 ' I Baseball 2 3 karsrty 4 Football
X rrsrty 4 C horus 4 Frre squad 2 3 4 Home
room treasurer '7 3 4 X arsrty Club 4 Blercl-efrrars 4
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y CHARLES FREDERICK NEUWEILER II I
'gRiches are for spending." Bayly' . . . Always well-dressed
. . . white bucks . . . Buicks . . . deer' hunter' . . . frrendly
smile infecrious sense of humor Vrrsity C lub rnrtr
atrons crazy perpetual bloody noses seldom
' walks to school takes 1 lot of krddrnf from teachers rnd
students good sport fa lr ht wr rt neyer 'r
Intramurals 1 2 'l 4 s etbrll I Iootlmll l '7 '4
Xarsrty 4 Track 4 Blaekfrrars 3 I 'Irre Squad
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PATRIC IA I X NNI PARIx
A just and reasonable modesty sets oll eyer ere t t l
ent man possesses Adelrson X quut frre ndlrne ss
honest f enerous brarn of C seetrorr En lrsh moe
es Sandy and Patty good natureel e rtehrnf
laufh a preference for mrlrtary rrren blonde hau ur
page boy crrrlers baby srster problems horse lox er
Hockey 3 4 Garnet l Senror Play Com
JOHN RUSSELL PHILLIPS
f'Wit and humor belong to the genius alone." Cervantes
. . . Plaid cotton shirts . . . long legs . . . home chemistry lab
. . . brain . . . ready wit . . . "Out, out brief marshmallow-
life's but a walking hotdogf' . . . trombone quartettes . . .
trustworthy . . . good natured . . . long vocabulary sentences.
Intramurals 3, 4 . . . Track Varsity 3. 4 . . . Band I. 2, 3. 4 . . .
Fire Squad 4 . . . Gun Club 3 . . . Orchestra l. 2. 3. 4 . . . Senior
Play . . . Yearbook Staff Business Manager . . . National Honor
JOSEPHINE FRANCES RACZAK
THEODORE NEMES SANVILLE
Much study rs wearrness of the flesh Brble Pet ham
sters has al Reserxe famous French horn double
jointed characterrstrc strrde acrobatrc rnclrnatrons
lrkes classical music bicycles to school Duck
Club summers fleet footed IN hen I was rn boot
Intramuralsl P 3 Orcrestral 2 3 4 B ndl 2 3 4
Gun Club 3 Senror Play Committee
ANDREW JLLIARD SCHRODER III
IN hat, no solrd meat?" Chester Times Cornell forex er
Mennen after share lotron well groomed xar
srtw lrmp ox erwhelmrng sense of humor solid as a
rock tenor rn exery quartette hard hrttrnq fullback
blue Ford conxertrble makes funniest faces
net er stops krddrne
Intramurals 2 3 4 Basketball 2 3 Footballl 2 Xar
"lo do easily what is difficult for others is a mark of tal-
entf, Arrriel . . . Keen on the typewriter '... loves to tease
. . . "I have to do rrrv French . . . worker on dance decora-
trons lonf walks to school each morning outsrde
rnterests easy ffornff drsposrtron thoufhtful and
Intrarnuralsl 3 A Crlubl 3 Cvrrls Shopl Senior
Play Committee Red Cross l
s 3 4 Chorus 2 3 4 Frre Squad 2 3 4 Boys Glu
Club 3 4 Standards Board 3 Varsrty Club 3 4
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He draweth out the thread of hrs xerbosrty finer than the
staple of hrs argument Shakespeare Blue Plymouth
good athlete knee troubles transfer from Eprseopal
whrte shuts manly physrque seldom shax es
lrxely contestor rn Relrgrous Semrnar class ,ood look
rn expert shot put
Intramurals 1 9 3 4 Football 9 3 Xarsrty 4 Track
Radro Club 9 Senror Play, Commrttu
IANE SIXILLMAN SEX MOLR
Srncerrty and truth are the basrs of uery xrrtue Con
fuerus Blonde bornbshell loads of pep under
standrnff trustw or thx always full of fun crazy
men and more men huge appe rte I hate mealv
apples' colleetron of perfume bottles narxe
tuck knee exery aetrxrty perrod hlled ,R
Intramurals I 9 3 4 Hockey 9 Art Club l Seeretarv
of Standards Board 4 Garnet 9 4 Home room Secretary 4
Senror Play Chorus 9 3 Lrbrarran 4 Red Cross
Clu 1 rsr 1 Lafettrra 4 Cheerleader 4
Mrrrbook Staff EAW 9 A
HOWARD ELLSWORTH SHEARER
He was leader of leaders Ox rd T all dark and hand
tv some Mr Presrdent Xou all lady krller
all around athlete speech maker drlrgent worker
half smrle drstrnctrxe tres w ell dressed YN hen I
In ed rn WVashrn0ton Howre and Lee lox es prekles
Intramurals 9 Basketball Warsrty 9 3 4 Football Varsrt
Track Y arsrty 3 4 X olleyball 9 Blaekfrrars 3 4
Class Prcsrdent 9 3 Ca rnct l 9 3 Presrdent
Chorus 2 3 4 Frre Squad 9 3 4 Boys Glcc Club 3 4
Homeroom Presrdent 1 2 3 'Natronal Honor Socuty N rr
Slty Club 2 3 4
PETER ANTHONY SIVIKIN
He knew the precrse psychologreal moment when to say
nothrng YN rlde Subtle sense of humor football bov
hard worker hrgh low butcher boy fan appe s
to be quret Slump dark harr seldom combed
V self confident cant be beat rn an arf ument ready
for a job takes work serrouslx nexer has trrne to Hn
rsh cabrnet reports the grrn
Intramurals ' 2 3 4 Football 9 3 Xarsrty 4 Track
Volleyball 2 Cabrnet 4 Chorus 3 4 Frre squad
Garnet 4 Senror Play Narsrty Club4 Year
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A merrx heart goes all the day Shakespeare Half of
the Bagby Smrth combrnatron bw srster of the famrly
recognrzable xorce frequents roller skatrnfr rrnks
actne rn church chorr enjoxs chewmff gum Xou
know what I mean Proud of her herght loxes to
krd and be krdded Thats mv brother Frank'
unfarlrnq supporter of class
Intramurals l 2 3 4 Red Cross Club 1 Nurse- 2 3
etsrra l Grrls Glee' Club l
ee nst rntlx tm llrn joke s ne xer Xtllllfllll 1 llClC herrrre
Senror lheme troubles sharp dresser trrps to
CHRISTINE IRANDA SMITH
FRANKLIN DELAINO SMITH
ns rn rr l're ern
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llarrx ueen xshrte bucks lox al frrend lox ed and
krelde d hx all frrendlx and ene rous Smackoxer
lue hnf ered end muscles ladx krller
ntrrrnurals 2 3 4 Yarsrty Iootball 3 4 Chorus 1 3 4
Irre Squad 3 4 Yarsrty Traek 7 3 4
RUSSELL LEW IS SNYDER
lhe loxe of study rs rn us the only lastrng passron Mon
tesqureu Strarght A student Garnet s master mrnd
xolumrnous themes exen tempered Interloehe n
Musrc Camp alw ays posrtrxe modest school em
uloyee chuckles conscrentrous worker
Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Baseball 2 Xarsrty 3 Cafeteria
Chorus 2 3 4 Frrc Squad 4 Garnet 2
News Edrtor 3 Edrtor 4 Boys Gle-e Club 1 2 Natronal
Honor Socre-ty 3 Treasurer 4 Orchestra 1 Xrre'
pre srdent 4 Radro Club 2 3
STEPHEN LOLIS SNX DElx
And swrft flew hrs feet oxer the crnders Kroon Fast
est man on the track team expert model arrplanc enthu
srast joker easy to get alonff wrth speedy back
Y' he d lono blue coupe great krdder mth Mrs Math
ews track scholarshrp offers Hunk fire cracker
4 thrower often seen at Praseckr ehe hard Stevenson
Intramurals 1 2, 3, 4 Baseball l Football Varsrty 3, 4
f Track Varsrty 2, 3 Captam 4 Model Arrplanc Club In
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"It is a great art to be superior to others without letting
them know it." Shaw' , . . Famous for magic violin is
triet Orchestra . . . tennis lover . . . modest . . . clean cut
i . . . non-assuming leader . . . summer music camp . ambi
shake, please l"
tious doctor . . . clever humor . . . "I'll have a prune milk
Intramurals 1. 2. 3. -4 . . . Band 2. 3. fl . . . Class Viet prtsidtnt
.U 2. 3 . . . Garnet 3 . . . News Editor 4 . . . Homeroom Treasurer
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HELEN RLTH ST EPHAN1
It is tranquil people who accomplish much Thoreau
Always ready to lend a he-lpmfl hand dependable
serene disposition artistic talents frank ong
black hair quiet fun loying after lunch gab ses
sions in cafeteria way out in Chester Hewhts wi
power long remembered tenth grade barn party
Intramuralsl '7 I 4 Clubl 2 Girls Shopl '7
Secretary Student Faculty 4 Yearbook Staff Senior
NAINCX SCOTT STEWART
Cheeifulness keeps up a kind of dayliffht in the mind
Bayly An affectionate Hi for ey eryone Senior Ball
party true friend laughmff Nancy, Dotty, and
Kathy likes Shakespeare noontxme confabs in Miss
Zlmmei s roogn fnendlv always a fayorite out ot
,chool man soft brown eyes
B nd l 9 3 Girls Shop l '7 Switchboard 4 Red Cross
Clu 1 2 Senior Play Committee
2 . . . National Honor Society' 15, Vice--president 4 . . . Orthtstra
-lf . . . President 1. 2. 3 . . . Student Faculty 1.
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MARY MILES SPILLER
"Here is a dear and true industrious friend." Shakespeare
. . . Intellect . . . giggles . . . capable . . . hears all, knows
all . . Indian Summers . . . seen serving teachers at lunch
time . . . "Spill" . . . only' girl on a diet to gain weiffht
many admirers . . . ffood-natured . . . easy' to talk to
Intramurals 1 3 4 Basketball '7 Hockey 9 3 Xarsity
L Crosse '7 3 I Blaekfriars Cliss Secretary 5
C horus 9 'I 4 Garnet 7 St t rttary 5 A sistant
Editor 4 Homtroom Secretary 1 3 Standards Board 'S
Xearbook Staff Senior Play Committi 'National Honor
Soc is ty 5
OLIVER GOLLD SIN AN JR
A JOSEPH JORDAN STORLAZZI, JR.
4'To be born with the gift of laughter and a sense that the
world is mad." Sabatine . . . Bulging' biceps . . . i'Sam" . . .
jokester life of History and English classes pef s and
suedes Lnrted Charities reports oe Butch, and
Sandy Mr Shortstop a toothpick rn his mouth
spaghetti contests with Klaus
Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Baskttball 3 Baseball 2 X arsrty
Football Narsrty 2 3 Fire Squad 2 3 4 United
Charities 4 ,md Q f
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DONALD HENRY STROMBERG
The f leatest pr ople of all affes hare been lox ers of their
kind S11 William ones Excels in basketball Park
sr e non breakable glasses cash man for the cafe
terra Don plays the fitld enjoys areurnfr
xr hrte letter sweater the frog tre plays phono 11 1
in Miss Zrmmtrs room Dickinson bound oot
Intramurals 2 3 Baskttball 2 X arsrty 3 4 Iootlnll 4
Lafttrrra 3 4 Fire Squad 4 Garnet 3 4 Library As
't' srstant 2 Switchboard 4 Lnrttd Charrtrts 3 Xarsrty
IN ords as sw eet as honey from hrs lips distilled Homer
erry Lexus rmrtator ex erybody s friend ooo
sport rrt Miss Barten s boy hook shot artist
skits with Homin football camp stories crew cut
You little du rl Ocean C rtx xacatrons
Intramurals 2 3 Basketball X arsrty 2 3 Co captain 4
Baseball Varsity 2 4 Football Narsrty 2 5 4 Cabinet 2 3
Chorus 3 Presrdtnt 4 Garnzt 2 3 Boys Glee Club
Homeroom Treasurer 2 Narsrty Club 2 3 4
IHONIAS E IHEAI I
The fund of sensible discourse rs limited that of jest
rs infinite Shenstone Cassanoxa a Ford with tht
xx rong ashtray newer stops teasing long straight hair
Media Junior Policeman good looking home
room norsemaker no one can tell when he s serious
duels out of town w omen amicable leather boot
Xou xe got a dirty mind
Intramurals 1 2 3 4 Nolleyball 2 Frrc Squad 4
Music Listening 3 Studi nt Faculty 4 Stnror Play Com
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Art alone endurrnff stays to us Dobson Reds
Has anybody seen Sandy? lox er of doe s frequent
ly seen hot roddmef rn the I e-aprnef Lena takes rnrtra
tue rn bernq helpful carrot top lun srre foot two
sleexeless sweaters talent for cuttrrre bane s sense ol
humor artrstrc tale nts eye troubles freckles
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DAVID IHOMAS YNERNRR
He w ho thrnks the most good anel speaks the least rll of hrs
nerghbors Lnknown uret frrendly laughs at
anyone s jokes rrreehanrcal wrzard lrkes to tell stor
model arrplarre fan works ha d at Mrchaels
submarrne w arffrre shadow loner drryes to school
wrllrnef to pitch rn and help corpse of Senror Play
Intramurals l 9 3 Baseball 3 Chorus 3 4 s Glee
Club 3 Projectron L lub 1 Radro Club '7 Senror Play
DOROTHY ELEANOR XVIDDOXN SON
lhthout loye and laughter there rs no joy Horace
Comes from a long lrne of Hrddowsons loxes nylon
blouses always long fingernarls wrth pretty pol1sh
pocket book that contarns exerythrne sparklmg dra
rnond rrng lone rerrrembered T11 School Dance open
house mrschreyous srnrle Dottie and Nancy
crnch belt around a tmy warst
Intramurals l 9 '5 4 Grs Shop 1 Swrtehboard 4
MARY SHERXN OOD NN II I IS
It rs more blessed to 'rye than to reeerye Brble
Mare beautrful dark curly harr true unselflslr
spurt nt Marv ane, and Bettre lrttle green
Ford srncere neat dresser a crush a mrnute
full of laughs rrlled cheese sandwrches hates rnur
der rnysterres Camp Sunshrne Eat drmk and be
merrv, for tomorrow we dret
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l 2 3 4 'Nurse l 9 Yearbook Staff Red Lross Club
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I do not want to be a flw I want to be a worm' Gxlman
Halls fxom Luna eager to be helpful Medla
women max usuallv be found thumbmv a rxde re
quent latenesses mcknamed IN otm curly brown
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Intramurals l 2 3 4 Fxre Squad 3 4 Projectxon Llub 1
Semor Play Comnnttu Tmck 3 4
DELORES MAE YEINSEN
'Ihq are supeuor who haxe the best hcaxt the best
blam Ingersoll AIIISUC talc nts LISITIIIS weekends
sxmpathetxc IISILFILI to exenbody s ploblc ms back
hom of xarslty spotts dtpendablt natural curls
dneomtxon ehanman 'tt run dana stlonff COINICIIOIIS v
qzntlt courteous lnts fox baskttball
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IN ho lox es not WIIIC woman sono?" Ihackexay A see
ond Dtzzx Dean jet ploptlled Fold Lemon ball
jazz Inuslc fan sucks to own oplnlons basketball
long shot IILIINCI scuous nnndcd undulyxnv sense of
humor Sunday afternoon football praetlec alwaxs
delayed to classcs Sunnybrook dances NIV pop
'lv arsxty Bastball 2 3 4 X 'nrsxty Football 4 C ablntt 3
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"THE NINTH GUEST"
ln ye olde stonewalles of ye Castle of
Swarthmoore, in deade of darke night, met ye
sinister committee to decide on a scripte for ye
annual Senior Playe. Ye playe was to be given
in ye banquet hall February sixthe, year of
our Lorde nineteene hundrede and Hftie-three.
Ye saide committee picked "Ye Ninth
Guest," by Sir Owen Davis, a mysteiie fulle of
murder and wickednesse.
Amid trials and tribulations of gunnes
whiche wouldn'te worke, settings whiche clashed
moste veritablie with ye costumes, yea, and
verily, audiences whiehe laughed at ye wronge
places, ye villainous caste played on nefariously.
Ye saide caste was composed of such roguish
characters as Cornelia MCK-irnan, Jane Patter-
son, and Jane Seymour in ye female roles. Ye
vandals in male partes were ye lklarquis of Lans-
downe Ronald Gold. Baron Peter Simkin. Sir
lN'illiam llarraelough. Viscount John Hilkert.
Prince .Iohn Phillips, Duke Judson Vandivort
Nlygatt. ye eerie voice John Nlorrison and ye
foreboding corpse David Werner.
Withe ye moste devoted helpe frome ye
mischievous Lady Mathews, knaves Satoko
Izumi and Carl jeglum, and ye combined ef-
fortes of all ye despicate committees, ye whole
performance was carried to a moste excellente
, , , Mrs. Mathews receives kift from ,,
"You rt behaving like a fool.' . . g Hjason g Jasonl'
Crime dues not pay
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most fs are cl oi .111 m thc MOI ld of 1972 YN as It the I1OtOIl0ll9 Dan 610119 DON NIIAK
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W ILLIS was circulating through the crowd selling peanuts while CHARLIE
SC Orl 'I had chosen this as a likely place to display his Eat at oe s sandwrcl' sign
Of course the sign referred to OE MELLACE who had made a fortune doing
Charles Antell commercials on 'I V and had invested m restaurants Suddenly our
chrvalrous collector was electrified by shrieks of Help Police' Hrs light fingered
xalet had stolen a grape from the fruit stand of PEG COLLINS and was being pur
sued by eight or ten policemen The two running rex enuers plunged through the door
of the Hotel Statler past doorman DAVE TL RNER and into an eley ator operated
by SANDRA JOHNSON 'Ihey got off the eley ator at the 18th floor with the law
close behmd and plun ed madly through the banquet hall where Dr DON STROM
BERG was delivering a speech on his latest myention a noiseless pool cue They
lowered themselves out of the room through a wmdow and clambered down the fire
escape At the 16th floor they met SIDNEY JACKSON safely secured by a double
strap washing windows At the 14th floor they passed a wmdow on which was
printed in large letters lxAUI'l'MAN S Cown Salon Inside BILL w as examining
ont of his creations modeled by PAT BLAKE Ihe 12th llth lUth and all succeed
in floors they passed too fast to see or meet anything hc cause they were fallm Al
street lull they met WALIER MEX ER who helped them out of the fireman s net
Ht and the other smoke eaters had been summond to put out a hre in the apartment
of IOIS GREENE
Now Snyder was a stolid solicitor and not easily exerted But when he saw
BILL IXERR president of Bachelors Anonymous driye past arrayed in the gar
ments of a bridegroom his curiosity oyercame him At the church Reyerend JOE
S'l ORLALLI performed the ceremony and BII L became the husband of 'vlarrlvn
Monroe At the reception S I EVE SNYDER peppcel thin s up bv pouring two gal
lons of Snyder s XXX at Fuel into the fruit punch lhc bridal bouquet with its
bac helors left Presently the 'I V set w as tuned in to the wrestlm matches 'Ihe bout
between NITA GARRAHAN and POLLX EMERX ended in a double disqualrh
cation as both girls attacked the referee DAVE NN ERNER After the bout the
familiar lon face of newscaster PETE SINIKIN appeared on the screen and h
described in sad tones the biggest item of news the startlm fact that Arizona had
been yaporrzed Seems that one of JOHN MORRISON S nuclear experiments sur
passed all expectations I ater when SUE HARRAR began showing colored slides of
her trip to Iceland most of tht men slipped away into the back room for a poker
arne Heau winner was card shark BILL LIEC ENFLS who w un RONNIE
COLD S 17 prize wrrstwatches He also won LEE SWAN S entire paycheck from
the Pogo Stick Company where LEE worked installing shock absorbers I'hen the
party began to break up as C HARI IE GRIER said he had to et up early the next
mormn to o rabbit huntm and Prof JOHN MAC ALPINE said Mah stu
dents will kill me if n I m not in English class tomorrah ust then three shots ran
out and a slug tore a grooxe m the table top At the door stood CARL JEGLUM
rn the uniform of a mountre smokin pistol in white lox ed hand Thought you d
lraxe a little old illegal poker game did youg he draw led IN al I guess you found
out crime doesnt pay' With these words he motioned for his faithful Indian com
panron Chief Sittm BILL HOOT to help him round up the clrtturs and send them
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alesman DICK BELI who was accused of stealrng a banana from the ca e of
Bongo the Zoos baboon Star witnesses were JAY PHILLIPPE head keeper ol
the baboon hou e and FREDA BILLSTFIN from the S PC A Bell was found
gurlty and sentenced to thrrty days on bananas and water The next case was that
of FRANK MELLACE who was accused of beating hrs wrfe He was sentenced to
be stoned to death wrth peach prts The last crrmrnal was a fake fortune teller
Swami HELEN STEPHANI who solemnly announced to Jud e SATOKA IZLMI
that the courthouse would explode rn two mrnutes W hen the rrroke cleared away
our hero and HILKERT lay carelessly arranged on the srdewalk free men Ambu
lance drryer MARY SPILLER stood by playrng a stream of water from a Hre ex
trngursher on our prostrate protagonrsts At last the achrn a ent awoke and
stumbled to lrrs feet Hrs two way wrrst radro was cracklrn From the speaker earrre
the yoree of LIZZY FORSYTHE ex paper clrp bender head of the Internal Rcye
nue Department Her orders were terse Go to the Munrcrpal Muserrrrr and hnd
HENRY HABBERSETT The respectful reyenuer clicked hrs heels saluted and
started off At the museum he and hrs yalet pard therr admrssron to C HRIS'l INE
SMITH who was collecting and checked therr coats 'Ihe guard NEIL BELI led
them to the mam exhrbrt room mumbling Dont touch the exhrbrts In one cor
rrer of the room sat Prof OHN PHILLIPS with a mallet and ehrsel On the hu e
block of stone before hrm was a srgn readrng Egyptran Lrosswo d Puzzle 1800
BC Close by stood Dr DELORES ZENSEN drlrgently applyrng calrpers to the
nose of a statue of Krng Tut and takrng yolumrnous notes rn a lrttle black book
by seat and arose wrth a howl He had landed on a bed of sprks s recently occupre d
by Mahatma MANSURE of Mon olra but now supportrn only an applccore
tossed there by janrtor TOM THEALL Strollrn through the halls Snyder adrnrred
a photo of The Prettrest Grrl rn Shorts rn Southwest Utah JANE SEYMOL R
Ihe preture had been snapped by LIFE photo rapher SLE BEI I Squarely rn the
center of the hall squatted a huge stone frog Lsculptured by JIM C HAMBERS 1
srgn sardj before whrch stood Prof FRANKLIN SMITH lectrrrrng to a group ol
students from the Podunk School of Pottery and Basketweayrn 'rmon whom were
FRANCES RACZAK and DOTTY M IDDOWSON Suddenly the eyer alert agent
crtor stepped toward the Pork Prrnce and was suddenly blrnded by a brrllrant spot
spred a shacrowy fi ure that set hrs rnrnd whrrlrng There lurkrn rn the shadows
was HENRY HABBERSETT YN hrpprn., out hrs collectron book the sa acrorrs solr
lrght Rough hands serzed hrrrr and hauled hrm up to face the rrreat mogul The lat
ter wore a huge new shiny bad e bearrng the legend Big Boss of all Tax Lollec
tors and before our harrassed hero he waxed a document statrng rn hu e red let
ters Taxes Due R SNYDER S1 63 Then the new terror of tax ey aders growled
orders to hrs henchmen gloryrng rn hrs new power secretly thankrng hrs lucky stars
that hrs polrtrcal pull had enabled hrm to become a tax agent thus forlrn Snyder
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out the farthful yalet HILKERT Thrs worthy lad had hastrlv summoned the Ke
fauver commrttee when he saw hrs master outranked Habbersett no sooner stepped
from the museum than he was nabbed by theF B I SNYDER w as trrumphantly rern
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Long shadows warned of waning sun,
We friends arose, our visit done.
And though we went ou1 991331 ate xx aVQ
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