Swarthmore High School - Spotlight Yearbook (Swarthmore, PA)
- Class of 1958
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Text from Pages 1 - 108 of the 1958 volume:
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PENNS YL VA NIA
Il n y cr personne plus devouee a sa profession
de proiesseur a Swarthmore High School que
Mademoxselle Strouse Avant enselqne vmqt-six cms
a cette ecole elle mainhent par excellence les nobles
prinmpes de Swarthmore Pendant ces annees elle
evitobles dans le metier de prolesseur touiours avec
courage et bonne humeur Ces qualltes cmsl que son
talent d enseiqner lui valent en eiiet l'honneur le plus
eleve que les etudiants de Swarthmore peuvent lui
accorder' la dedxcace de lannuaire
A Modemoxselle Adelme Strouse avec appre-
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a passe par bien des epreuves et diiiicultes in-
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Table of Contents
9 Faculty and Classes
Mr. Morey s bnsk walks through the hall
ways are a demonstratlon of the ethcxency with
which he carnes out the dunes of hrs Job as
The School Board consists of seven mem
bers from the Swarthmore Rutledge School Drs-
trict. Although the group rs seldom seen by the
of hrgh school the students beneht
greatly from tts supervxslon
From left to right: Mr. David Vint, Mr. lohn Spencer, Mr. Carl Ander on Mr Donald P ones
Mrs. Hallock C. Campbell, Mr. Samuel T. Carpenter, Mr. Newton Ryerson
Mrs Wlsdom fseutedl Mrs Kefalus
Five secretaries work to keep our school run
ning smoothly Mrs Decker is the lone in
habttant of the fish bowl Mrs Freet and
Miss Bond can be found in Mr Morey s office
The High School oihce is occupied by Mrs
Wisdom and Mrs Keialas
Mr. Bush is one of the most popular persons
al the school. Despite his many duties as high
school principal he still finds time to give stu-
dents a cheery hallway greeting and take an
interest in all activities.
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Yo rrqhr: Frrst row: Mrs. Rus
Mrss Ourqley, Mrs. Nurbe-th
Mrrrlrfr Mrs. Larson. Second
Mrs. Tom, Mrs. Rrchardsorr
, Fflis Thcrrms, Mrs, Srrrcklfr
Feeding an entire school, five days a week
is quite a iob. The Cafeteria staff under Mrs
Narbeth's direction provided lunches for the
students and teachers which were both nutriti
ous and tasty.
The school custodians. seldom seen by stu-
dents, must be congratulated for the efficiency
with which they performed their iobs. They are
as follows: I. Robinson, F. Watson. W. Polk. G.
Iohnson. R. Tingle, S. Bond. R. Harley. H. Bitch.
I. Swann, L. Richardson, and E. Shaw.
faculty and classes
Seated from left to right: Mrs. Mathews, Miss Armstrong, Miss McKie,
Mrs. Lewis: Standing: Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Becker.
Tenth grade composition critic . . .
"Bring your- books to class" . . . fair.
always iair . . . assembly arranger
. . . classy car.
"Now, does everybody understand
that?" . . . give him a chance . . .
quiet . . . frowns . . . "In Europe the
schools are like" . . . "Now at Wood-
house" . . . teaches eighth grade Eng-
lish . . . wife of professor . . . has two
children . . . teaching a long time . . .
a '57 Chevrolet.
"Mattie" . . . "I think this is a nice easy
little test" . . . very busy with Black-
iriars . . . always interested in everyone
. . . l2x.
"Oh CHILDREN, you'll never get into
college" . . . punctilious . . . "a tany
rate" . . . subtle humor . . . candy-cane
sweater . . . thought-provoking tests
. . . grammar expert.
"Self discipline" . . . "Follow directions"
. . . dropped all the way back to seventh
grade . . . "Come in during conference
period." . . . Friday evening "poetry"
sessions . . . "Pass out the green books"
. . . stresses College Boards . . . very
much interested in her students . . .
"The world is too much with us." . . .
pet peeve: run-on sentences . . . "Your
committee of one iust tell down."
"Look it up" . . . sunny smile . . .
Monday spelling drills . . . remem-
brances . . . interesting sidelights . . .
grammar conscious . . . World Friend-
ship . . . "Someday we'l1 read these out
loud." . . . comparison compositions.
"Ernani Falcone" . . . "All right. take
out a sheet of paper." . . . "There is
an amazingly large number of irre-
placeable Italians" . . . "Ma ttl ZZini"
. . . late for class . . . keeps classes
two minutes after the first bell . . .
"Don't you know!" . . . Iokes with all
the teachers . . . "You ain't got the
word" . . . man with the pool cue . . .
observes nature in all "forms" . . . as
they say in Russia . . . "Let's laugh.
people" . . . landscaper . . . blank piece
of paper . . . "We will say the Lord's
Prayer in unison" . . . the philosopher
. . . "Ladies and Gentlemen" . . . un-
Wedding bells . . . extra credit reports
. . . conscientious cabinet counselor
. . . "Well, yes" . . . a cloudy Faculty
World I-lfiair's Council . . . Civil War.
Patience . . . Civic's class: debater's
paradise . . . Cabinet conscious . . .
"Point of order. Mr. Chairman" . . .
energetic . . . supports the Ninth grade
. . . political conventions . . . l point
off for spelling.
English accent . . . dry sense of humor
. . . no favorites . . . Oh. those essays.
. . . "You iolly well better" . . . "Get
on with it" . . . "Off you go" . . .
"Underline in Red" . . . "Oh, you
Famous brown suit . . . bright ties . . .
always in a hurry . . . armchair trips
and C. S. U .... spelling pretests . . .
"Sharpen your pencils before class!"
. . . excellent penmanship.
Clashing socks . . . leather belts . . .
yawns easily . . . throws chalk . . .
"Little birds. light" . . . paces . . . hands
in back pockets . . . "Control thyselves"
. . . arms folded . f . scratches head when
answering question . . . dark ties . . .
"What's all this yakety yaketing noise"
. . . messy desk . . . "Why all the buzz?"
. . . "Any questions, comments, iokes?"
. . . definite interest in math . . . as-
sistant football coach.
Seated from left to right: Mr. Falcone, Mrs, Seymour, Miss Forrest, Mr.
Yocumg Standing: Mr. Swan, Mr. Bell.
"How many understand this? Raise
your hand" . . . chalk holder . . . likes
proiects . . . suspenders . . . brown suit
. . . Friday "surprise" quizzes.
"Any more foolish questions?" . . . after
school crowds . . . urges attendance at
athletic meets . . . model home proiects
. . . doesn't believe in the passing bell
. . . "I'm never wrong!" . . . teaser
. . . well-controlled classes.
Lett to right: Miss Boston, Mr. Miller, Mr. Wertzg Not present: Mr. Hender-
"Now, this is a cherry pie" . . . favorite
activity-training cheerleaders: second
best-track . . . "Problem the next" . . .
iokes galore . . . red face . . . "Don't
forget your thinking caps."
Youngest teacher in school . . . iirst
female Geometry teacher . . . very good-
looking . . . hails from Swarthmore Col-
lege . . . sports fiend . . . casual ac-
quaintance in the History department
. . . "Who will erase the board today?"
Sparkling blue eyes . . . delicate mi-
croscopes . . . notebook mania . . .
regular nursery school attender . . .
"Nobody has gotten sick yet" . . . in-
comprehensible charts . . . skeleton in
her file cabinet . . . appetizing classes
right before lunch . . . likes to scare little
children . . . stairway attendant.
Seated: Mr. Marish, Miss Burien: Standing: Mr. Drukin, Mr. Oppenlander.
"Mr. Opp" . . . "Oppy" . . . "Don?"
. . . "Slop iar it is!" . . . "Substantiate"
. . . "Pretend I'm the iron and she's
. . . . . level-headed thinker . . .
"'l'hi.rten's Nude Law" . . . "Don't spritz
mit das spritzener bottle!" . . . "Gott in Mr. Drukin
H-lmmell - ' -H You 9uY5 had belle' "Melvin" . . . pet snake and white mice
know uns slug- . . . tests "amble" back after they're
corrected . . . "Here comes the lettuceI"
. . . "Do the sell-testing exercises" . . .
"Straighten the desks before you leave."
Test tube explosions caused by the
water . . . short t?l surprise quizzes . . .
frequents Mr. Opp's back room . . .
calm . . . Charles Robert, Ir .... faulty
Red Cross Club . . . many people in to see her
for help . . . "l"ermez la- porte, s'i1 vous plait"
. . . "Ouvrez votre livres" . . . always gathering
loose ends . . . claims to need a day in her room
alone to straighten it up . . . little proiects . . .
"Retournons Ex nos moutons."
"Herr" or "Herr Schneider" . . . " 'Ich bin kalt'
means rigor mortis has set in" . . . "Prevaricate"
. . . renowned for his iolzes . . . Baseball.
Lett to right: Mrs. Henry, Miss Strouse, Mr. Snyder, Dr. Irwin.
"Parvulam probationem habebimus" . . .
"Sa1vete, discipuli" . . . ardent admirer of Dr.
McDaniel . . . sponsor of Honor Society . . .
Gravitas . . . fair.
"Say it with me, class" . . . emphasis on
vocabulary . . . after school sessions . . . Latin
version of Christmas Carols . . . verb-form test
. . . exciting translations . . . known for her ear-
rings . . . daily check tests.
"Coach" . . . "You guys!" . . . "Let's get that
stuff cleaned up. boys" . . . thought tor the day
. . . "Answer me" . . . "Let's have a big hand
tor the basketball team" . . . this year it's a
Ford . . . five more minutes.
"You're wasting your own time" . . . maroon
iacket . . . bow tie . . . "Don't argue" . . .
Coniabs with Herr . . . whistle . . . family ian
Ph - l Calnllll
Seated from left to right: Mr. Robinson, Mrs. Kenney, Mr. Reese, Miss
Allen: Standing: Miss Bouqhner.
"Keep your eye on the Ball" . . . Tuesday after-
noon Cabinet meetings . . . Favors long Hockey
and Lacrosse practices . . . torn rubbers . . .
Dislikes knee-socks . . . quite a dancer . . .
stickler lor clean tunics. M155 Boughner
"Miss D." . . . understanding . . . shiny black
hair . . . basketball coach . . . extremely large
wardrobe . . . "Yes-Yes" . . . Dirty blue Ford
. . . Noisy boys in Ir. High Math . . . a little
excitement is the spice of lite.
Minnesota vacations . . . wild driver . . . Chester
hospital nurse . . . rabbit food . . . very serious
. . . no aspirins . . . "You do look pale."
Alias-almost anything else
. . . "Has anyone seen folder
i6fl3?" . . . "Composer of the
month" . . . "Who will try
the soprano solo?" . . . "Come
on tenors. You're lovely when
I can hear you" . . . "It's iust
a small test" . . . "Look how
flat you are!" . . . new proiect
-A Cappella Choir . . . "Sing
out or we'll try some solos."
"SureI Glad to do it" . . .
ready smile . . . crazy chuckle
. . . Bob Holm and his or-
chestra . . . "When I was
playing a iob over at-" . . .
band and orchestra accom-
pany his singing at practice
. . . radio fiend . . . ex-Navy
man . . .two way radio in
car . . . plays a "kool" tnunpet
. . . able to play any instru-
ment . . . friend of the Har-
mony and Theory Boys . . .
talks. to give trumpet players
a rest . . . drives a white Ford
or a Crosley.
"Clean up" . . . "Let's stop
the fooling" . . . field trips . . .
coffee breaks . . . free labor
. . . beautiful fumiture . . .
loud ties . . . "Television any-
"All right class, we've done
enough of that" . . . largest
shorthand class ever . . .
Sputnik enthusiast . . . "Of
course, you can do it" . . .
continuous clatter of clicking
keys . . . distinctive iewelry.
Seated: Miss Hancock, Miss Zirkman, Mrs. Foley: Standing: Miss Rosen
berqer, Mrs. Boulter, Mr. Gainorp Not present: Mr. Holm, Mr. Watkins
Large rings . . . unusual
iewerly . . . tells of European
travels and experiences . . .
"Now, as Mr. Falcone told
you" . . . spectrum circle . . .
helps with all activities.
Ponytail . . . good grooming
. . . "Put your stools in" . . .
coffee hrewer . . . "Hand in
your samples by Friday"
never satisfied with seams
. . . tete a tetes with memberxs
of the Science Department.
Color contrast-stressed . . .
"Be original" . . . "Wind up
the erasers" . . . "lt's so un-
usual!" . . . "lt's different"
. . . inspires creativity . . .
"Come in after school if you
are interested!" . . . control-
"I am yawning" . . . "Let me
see those diaphragms move."
. . . "Have you seen any good
shows lately?" . . . sweet . . .
"haw ba. bee, bi, bou" . . .
"Nothing great was ever
achieved without enthusi-
asm" . . . "New York. of
course" . . . colorful clothes
plays . . . spontaneity.
For a school of its size. Swarthmore High School has one of
the best libraries in the vicinity. Mrs. Boulter has acted as librarian
for 22 years. Possessing an amazing ability for unearthing little-
known facts, she has aided innumerable information-seeking
Swarthmoreans. In addition to teaching the mysteries of the library
to Iunior High Students. she is the guardian of the Untenneyers
coveted by Mrs. Mathew's seniors. Mrs. Boulter is ably assisted
by her son. Doug.
"Shh!" . . . Doug-the little assistant . . . noisy noon study
hall . . . 25c fine for late Untermeyers . . . "It doesn't go
in my pocket" . . . "Sharpen your pencils and sharpen your
wits" . . . "You'll find it in the files" . . . "Why don't you
try this one?"
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ln the Science Department, Miss Batten
presents the biological "mysteries" oi the
world. Frog dissection is especially fascinating
for those who have that class iust beiore lunch.
Physics and Chemistry courses, available for
eleventh and twelfth graders respectively. pro-
vide cx wide variety of experiences from weigh-
ing a ily's toot and learning about "Thirton's
Nude Law," to exploding hydrogen in tin cans
and putting a test tube holder in acid.
Ninth grade English begins a study of Shake-
speare, which continues through the Senior year.
by following the confusing love affairs of Deme-
trius and Lysander and their fickle girl friends.
Miss McKie also gives her students their first taste
of how to write a research theme. Tenth graders
can be found studying anything from the "Pre-
cepts of Ptahhotep" to "Pilgrims' Progress" and
"A Tale of Two Cities." In the field of American
literary greats, juniors wade through "The House
of Seven Gables" and struggle with frequent
vocabulary tests. Mrs. Mathews' course covers
everything from describing a tin can in detail to
reading varied novels and poetry. Her weekly
work sessions in the English Composition review
book insure all with success in English College
Miss Hancock and Mr. Gainor not only provide stu-
dents with guidance in their artistic creations, but also
help in making posters and designing scenery. While
Mrs. Foley battles the "hunt and peck" method, Miss
Zirkrnan instructs future homemakers in the culinary and
dressmaking arts. torrnenting the rest of the school with
the tantalizing fruits of her labors. Mr. Watkins keeps
shop and Mrs. Boulter presides over the library, while
Mr. Holm and Miss Rosenberger patiently correct the sour
notes of budding musicians.
Left to right: First row: I. Patterson, B. Hayes, C. Decker, K, Noye, G. Forwood, P. McCrory, R. Borei,
H. Eogaiavlenski, G. Silvers: Second row: S. Gowing, B. Wrege, D. Laimbeer, R. Draper, K. Iohnson
L. Kennedy, R. Taylor, G. Patterson, M. McCrory, I. Lynchg Third row: C. Webster, A. McDowell, S.
Lee, G. Abbe, I. Kennedy, S. Bancroft, N. Gayley, H. Dyson, L. Howe, B. Kennedyg Fourth row: A.
Greer, B. Friend, I. Robinson, P. Beardsley, C. Soule, C. Shay, D. Calhoun, I. Michener, I. Wagnerg
Fifth row: Mr. Holm, Director, B. A. McCorkel, B. Moran, I. Anderson, S. Huse, P, Shepherd, I. Cham-
bers, T. Lee, C. Schultz: Sixth row: S. Kamp, P. Gargiulo, C. Smith, S.-Prescott, R. Kletzien, B. Beik:
Seventh row: K. Fox, I. Fischer, M. Frankg Eighth row: S. Edwards, E. Payne, R, Gurin, P. Bancroft
S. Borei, I. Foley, R. Hudgins, B. Schultz, D. Richardson. Absent: I. Beesinger, A. Walker, M. Mautner
E. Eckenhoff, S. Seltzer, B. Gabriel, B. Gemmill, E. Tolles, H. Harvey.
TWIRLERS AND COLOR GUARD
Left to right: First row: S. Williams, S. Wigtcn, B. Bird:
Second rcw: B. Gemmill, G. Gallagher, H. Surrickg Third
rcw: I. Lynch, A. Stauffer, I. He-ckman, C. Schultz: Fourth
rcw: B. Kennedy, L. Howe, I. Wagner.
In keeping with the fine tradition it has established over
the years, the Swarthmore High School Band, under the
able leadership of Mr. Robert M. Holm, once more lived
up to its high standards. both as a musical and as a
From football season to Memorial Day, Mr. Holm, work-
ing closely with Captain Iohn Fischer, guided the band
through all kinds of weather, literally and figuratively.
Starting the year with only a nucleus of last year's mem-
bers tmost of whom had graduatedl. Mr. Holm had iust
three weeks in which to get the band into marching con-
dition: music, uniforms, and formations had to be perfected.
But prepare it he did, and the Band was off to a good
start at the first whistle.
After a football season, interrupted by storms and sub-
freezing temperatures, the Band made its annual trip to
Chester where it marched in the Hal1owe'en Parade. This
activity was followed by a fund-raising drive, for which
band members were loaded into Army trucks and chauf-
feurred around Swarthmore and Rutledge providing back-
ground music for the twirlers and color guard who col-
lected "Bucks for the Band."
This year six members won places in the District Band
which held its annual festival at Octoraro High School.
A long winter of hard practicing, transformed the march-
ing musicians into a full-fledged Concert Band. which
gave its annual performance on May 23rd.
lf anyone was fortunate enough to be in the
vicinity of the band room on a Tuesday or Thursday
morning. this year. at eight o'clock or more accurately
eight-ten, he would have been greeted by well-prac-
ticed notes drifting from the select group of instru-
mentalists who comprised this year's orchestra. To
obtain the desired balance of instruments, Mr. Holm
chose from last year's participants in orchestra. some
of the better musicians to constitute the present or-
chestra. However, the viola section. until this year
consisting of one player, was augmented by import-
ing a fifth-grader from Rutgers Avenue. Unfortunately,
the painfully achieved balance disappeared on the
days of Glee Club rehearsals when many of the or-
chestra's members were absent. On these days. the
violin section was reduced to three players. a com-
bination which produced some unusual auditory ei-
The orchestra was able this year to present more
interesting and challenging music in assembly pro-
grams and in the combined Orchestra and Choral
Concert than previously, because of the higher cali-
ber of its members.
From left tc right: First row: C. Smith, R. Van Urlc, B. Walker, A. Kroon, M. Huse, M. Van Urk, C
Davis, M. Mcflcrkel, S. Tompkins, B. Gemmillp Second row: Mr. Holm, Director, C. McKinnel, W. Price
K. Brandi, H. Honnold, I. Carroll, L. Iones, B. Wreqe, G. Shayg Third row: C, l-lonnold, D. Kroon, A
Walker, S. l-luse, l. Beesinger, B. McCorkel, E. Tolles, B. Friend, P. Garqiulc, S. Kamp, Fourth row: I
Robinson, B. Gabriel, M. Coiaiemina, I. Fisher, S. Bancroft, S. Campbell, S. Prescott. S. Borei, C
Smith P Sheppard.
Frrst row S Hethermgton E Stradley Y Tsuchrda l. A Kurtzhalz I Hawkms H Kunz B
Holman K Rrchardson B Longman C Fellows R VanUrk M VcmUrk A Grlfrllan S Lewts
D Collman P Russell A Cooper Second row S Gowmq S Drrehaus S Carroll L Hopper
D Busza L Uthe S Hansell P Courtney I Poole K Ward M Huse A Watkms M Turner M L
McCorkel G Schutt N Rosenberqer Drrector Thtrd row B Walker S Campbell N Wllson S
Marsh C Srpler K Kelcy I Cratsley B Morrrson I Lewrckr R Iarratt B Crawford G Melcher S
Carpenter B Heath C Webster H Calhoun Fourth row M I Schroder Y Brrll M Hawkms
M Wrlkre P Narbeth D Smrth P Campbell B Rowland P Essl L Iones H Coe I Calhoun
D Worth A Kroon V MacNa1r L Breakell M Colafemma Absent L Hall I Peters A
Byserson I Bullrtt D Scarborough
Three tunes a week at exght o clock sharp
all year long a hali awake chorus remember
mg Mxss Rosenberger s mgemous Work Com
nuttee for stragglers managed to assemble
m the musxc room Alter wadmg across the
floor that flooded dunng a ram or trymg vamly
to thaw frozen hngers and vocal chords they
would begm practlces For 45 mmutes armd
cnes of Tenors you can do better than thatl
or Look at mel both dxrector and chorus
struggled untxl hnally the new songs began to
take shape The Thanksgwmg Assembly was
well worth the ellort of the energetlc group as
was the Chnstmas Assembly an the latter the
Chorus sang songs of a merry nature whxle
the newly formed A Cappella Chou presented
the rehglous sxde of the program. The gay
Sprung concert this year combxned wxth the
Orchestra Concert hxghhghted the choral year
Baccalaureate Chou brought a worthy close
to a successful season
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. . , . . , . 1 1 on, S. Hcnsell, B. Hofmcxn, D. Scar-
borough: Second row: M. I. Schroeder, S. Cdrrcll, H. Kunz, N. Rosenberqer, Director,
P, Courtney, R. Idrroit, C. Fellows: Third row: Y. Brxll, B. Walker, M. Huse, R. V'rr.
Urk, B. Rowland, P. Essl, P. Campbell: Fourth row: V. Mc:cNc1ir, M, Turner, A.
Wclkins, K. Rrchdrdson, D. Worth, B. Lonfgmcm: AkJSfX!.l1 L. Hull, A, Ryerson.
A Cappella Choir
From left to right: First row: B. Storlazzi, S. Marsh, T. Wizon, L. Litchenburg, L. Kennedy, B. Adams,
D. Gatewood, B. Snape, B. Allison, G. Brain, M. Moscripg Second row: H. Look, H. Bogogavlensky,
I. Moore, L. Hunt, I. Plowman, B. Ward, S. Greer, C. Price, D. Biddle, L. Courtney, L. Gargiulo, G.
Forwood, P. Hind: Third row: G. Alexander, G. Pyle, B. Bath, A. Richards, I. Lewicki, L. Hopper,
C. Clifford, B. Bird, I. Lincoln, B. Dettra, I. Taylor, C. Iohnson, B. Alexanderg Fourth row: C. Davis,
K. Brandt, M. Roxby, D. Rehshaw, C. Chambers, H. Hudgins, L. Smith, S. Crawford, K. Peterson, M.
Ryerson, A. Warrens, S. Fisher, H. Honnold, A. MacDonald, B. Wood, Miss Rosenberger, Directory
Fifth row: I. Goodrich, I. Tyson, S. Clark, C. Palmer, C. Topping, S. Wright, P. Hall, C. Vint, I.
Carroll, D. Calhoun, N. Gayley, K. Schloesser, M. Campbell, G. Moir, C. Case: Sixth row: P. Robin-
son, L. Kent,'N. Lane, S. Althouse, C. McKinnel, S. Grogan, A. Grogan, C. Brodhead, L. deProphetis,
C. MacNair, I. Iohnson, B. Richards, S. McCawley, L. Iones, A. Greer, accompanist, I. Anderson, D.
Regularly. every Tuesday and Thursday
moming throughout the past year, 60 sleepy
but industrious seventh, eighth. and ninth
graders came crawling into Miss Rosenberger's
studio. Despite the thought of warm beds and
friends still eating breakfast. they loyally
dragged themselves to school at eight o'clock.
After locating lost folders, they settled down to
work diligently with arpeggios and scales.
Amid the struggling late-corners and cries of
"over-enunciate" fwhich Miss Rosenberger
thought she would be saying in her gravel.
they periected their songs. At Thanksgiving.
the dilemma of deciding which of two songs
should be sung was settled by their presenta-
tion oi both at the traditional assembly. By the
time April rolled around. they were ready for a
sparkling performance which gave parents, the
school, and Miss Rosenberger reason to be
Al-TOS Left TO Hqhtz Frrst row: A. Grlfxllon, B. Bovord, G. Forwood, I. Snyder, D.
Morgan, S. Stephens, M. Trllerp Second row: S. Frscher, A. Essl, I, Hawkins, C.
Ztrrzbmerrndn, N. Lee, M. A. McCombs: Thlrd row: C. Wllllcrms, S. Groqfxn, C.
WGDSTQY. 5- WY1Qht, P. Ccxddrqcn, S. Plowrndn, B. Nyqord: Fourth row: S. Care
Irnlentir, S. Preston, S. Allen, N. M:rcDowell, I. Mondcrle, A. Pyle, A. Watkrns, B.
SOPRANOS Left to rlqht: Frrst row: C. A. Srntth, S. Ocxkey, S. Hetnerrnqtorr, M.
I. Schroder, I. Lynch, B. Kennedy, I. I-lollonder, A. Ryerson, B. Adczrns' Second
row: I. Compton, B. McClC1rtn, B. Bovcxrd, N. Gdtewood, N. Brcrund, I. Kennedy, S.
Gowlnq, S. Drlehous, I. Peters, B. Hlclcsq Thxrd row: D. Buszo, K. Word, S. Step-
hens, B. Moron, D, Brown, M. Ryerson, M, Roxby, S. Spencer, G. Deeble. Fourth
row: C. Topplnq, I. Iester, I. Wrllrdrns, P. Russell, L. Uthe, C. Srpler, I. Deyo, S. I.
Prckordr Fifth rowi C. Russell, I. Tcxylor, R. Vlochos, H. Dyson, S. VonSchuchinq,
I. Wdqner, C. Brodheodp Sixth row: A. Greer, L. Howe, M. Wrllue, M. Bunker, I,
Coles, M. Hdwkms, Y. Brtll. Seventh row: I. Lonqe, C. MdcNo1r, S. McCowley,
M. Colton, M. Turner B. Wlclcs, I. Anderson.
Lett to nqht: First row: I. Poole, B. Fuoss, D. Scarborough, S. Delano, B. Medford
l.. Dxclcznson, M. Kerr: Second row: G. Hebble. R. Izxrrott, I. Crcxtsley, C. Rally I'
Fxscher, K. Rtchcrdsonq Tnxrd row: R. Gunn, S. Borer, D. Groqon. I. Lewickr 'DA
Edwards, M. Yarrow, I.. Iones: Fourrh row: I. Calhoun, B. Rcwlcxnd, P. Essll, Bl
Morrtson, I. Green.
Sealed from le-lt to nght: I. Calhoun, Treas-
urer: H, Coe, President: Mr. Yocum. Spon-
scr: Mlss Allen. Sponsor: l. Welsh, Sec-
r lazy' blinding: l. Rcbmscr, K'1"n-Press
The Swarthmore High School student gov-
ernment body, under the conscientious pres-
idency oi Henry Coe and the experienced
guidance of Miss Allen and Mr. Yokum, com-
pleted another productive year. In concordance
with nearby schools, Swarthmore adopted the
standard school dress for spectators at indoor
athletic contests. Oi greatest prominence among
the newly-revised high school standards was
the regulation on dress shirts and ties. The
annual Athletic Association ticket campaign
was the most successful one ever conducted,
iudging by the financial returns. Cabinet's
Awards Committee planned several varied
Awards' assemblies. The well-organized Spring
letter banquet, too, was the result of work by
this committee. The Cafeteria Committee gets
the credit for the introduction of recorded music
played during the noon hour. Cabinet's As-
sembly Committee succeeded in attracting
authorities on space travel for informative lec-
tures. They also scheduled student discussions
on a variety of topics, as well as numerous
musical programs by the school's vocal and
Still another facet of the varied activity un-
dertaken by Cabinet was the sponsorship of
several Friday evening dances. as well as the
Tri-School Hop held in co-operation with Spring-
field and Nether Providence.
llth Grade Honors Board
Seated H Calhoun I Lewrck I Hueston Stand
rnq I Thurmar
12th Crad Honors Board
Seqtod D Sr-zrkvorouqh M Yarrow L Iones I
Calhour Standmq C Hally L Drckmson D
D pu Absent A W lsh W Miller D Halsey
The Senxor Hrqh Honors Boards ongmated
with the purpose of remedymq the causes of
dishonesty as well as of punishing those who
vxolated the Honor Code The Honors Boards
dld not wxsh to appear to be prosecutors their
deep concern was that fellow students should
realize the value of honesty in then loves An
honor system steadily increasmg ln nts eiiec
txveness was the worthwhrle result of thxs year s
Honors Boards actrvxtles
lOth Grade Honors Board
l.-all to riqht: B. Gabriel, B. Schnoitior, P. Gtzrqiulft,
B. Iarrctt: Absent: C. Smith, B. Biddle, I. Kennedy,
The 1957-58 Standards Board provided the
initiative for many improvements in school at-
titudes. The inclination toward relaxing our
standards was effectively reversed in the fol-
lowing manner: ill old standards were revived
or replaced by new ones which enabled
Standards Board to operate more efficiently in
safeguarding Swarthmore High School's tradi-
Sealcd, D. Yarrow. I. Robinson, B.
Hearn, T. Corwin: Standing: S. Preston,
l. Coles. C. Smith,
tions: 121 students and faculty cooperated in the
enforcement of regulations: f3l Cabinet and
Standards Board collaborated with other schools
in Section II, in formulating dress standards for
interscholastic athletic contests. These accom-
plishments were the result of student and Cab-
inet cooperation with the members of Standards
Left to right: Seated: Miss Boston, D, Scarborough. S. Huse. Miss Hancock
Mrs. Mathews, Standing: A, Greer, D. Moscrip: Absent: B, Morrison.
The Student-Faculty Committee,
composed of one representative
from each of the four senior high
school grades, a senior chairman,
and three faculty members, did
much this year to solve problems
facing both students and faculty.
Under the able leadership of Mrs.
Mathews, the committee submitted
many recommendations to Cabinet
concerning revisions in the "shirt"
standard, a general overhauling of
the honor system, a revolutionary
"Big" dance schedule, and pos-
sible improvements in the existing
Lgft QC mqhtg Ftrst ru.-.': Dr. lrwiz., Spcuscz, 3. Gunn M. Huse, 1. Vt'alter, I. Wash D. Scarborough, D.
Efgwards- Second row: E. Gemrmll, B. A. lVlcCorlcle, f. Robmscr, S. Prestort, E, Heath, B. Palmer, H.
Calhoun: Third row: D. Worth, lvl, Yarrow, E. Eraridf, E. Morrtscrl fc? l. frwu..
National Honor Society
In the Spring of the year. the National Honor
Society held its annual assembly for the pur-
pose of inducting new members from the Iunior
and Senior classes.
Doctor Irwin the faculty sponsor, with the
help of the six members of the society, worked
to present an original and impressive ceremony.
These previously selected members read state-
ments that four outstanding citizens in the com-
munity had been invited to write concerning the
ideals of the Honor Society in relation to world
peace. The guest speaker was Mr. Karl Agan,
principal of Chester High School. A letter from
Mr. Bush was read announcing the new mem-
bers. The faculty elected the five percent of the
Iunior class and the ten percent of the Senior
class who had fulfilled the requirements of
Character, Leadership, Scholarship, and Serv-
ice. A tea for the new members and their
parents held after the assembly completed the
The Honor Society concluded an active year
under president Iack Walter, with the presenta-
tion of its book award and with its annual
N3llOllGl Horror Society
Frgm left tc rlahtz Seated: Mr. Oppenlauder. Sponsor: D. Edwards, D.
Brandt, P. Campbell, Standing: D. Scfxrbomurzh, I, Robutscv., B. Lonaman
D. Rrcharclsfr .
In spite of the difficulties presented by snow
storms and school vacations, Richard Gurin,
Blackfriar's president, finally managed to get
the school's oldest club organized. Well sup-
plied with industrious workers capable of maln-
taining the high standards, Blaclcfriars zealously
entered and completed a successful year.
After much deliberation, the play reading
committee. under Dave Edwards's leadership.
chose "Life With Father" as the annual school
play. For this Connie Selway and Sara Hether-
First rain: C. Selway, B. Kennedy, D. Rach-
ardson, B. Palmer, Mrs. Mathews, Faculty
Sponsor: Second row: S. Hetherinqtou, A.
Ryerson, S. Purnell, I. Hollander, C. A.
Smith, D. Morgan: Third rcw: V. MacNair,
B. Gemmill, K. Morrell, B. Heath, Y, Brlll,
I. Welsh, H. Calhoun, Fcurtlf. row: E. Payne,
D. Vrnt, I. Erwin, D. Beecher, I. Patterson,
G. Hiqnutty Frlfh row: G. Paulding, I, Cal-
houn, D. Edwfrrds, I. Lorzq, D. Brandt, S.
Borer: Absent: Fl. Gunn, M. A. McCcmbs
C. Schultz D, Worth
S. R. A.
The Swarthmore Research As-
sociation. more commonly known
as the SRA, pursued its central
obiective-promoting science in
Swarthmore High School-in con-
trasting ways this year. Although
the SRA bakesale of 1957 will live
in the memories of many, long after
other activities are oblivion-bound,
there have been many significant
SRA proiects. In step with the
growing interest in education, the
members suggested plans for cur-
ricula changes at the High School.
Under the guidance of the sponsor,
Mr. Oppenlander, the organization
performed chemistry experirnents
at school over holidays. Convoca-
tions were not infrequent. Supple-
menting the Saturday morning
"mashes" at the country estate of
Fellow Richardson, which con-
cemed anything and everything
from science to "Shep," were the
noted 5 ILM. "Sputnik parties."
For the seven individualistic senior
boys who compose the Swarth-
more Research Association, 1957-
1958 was an active and rewarding
ington worked with Mrs. Mathews as assistant
Not to be forgotten among Blackfriars activi-
ties was the dance held after the first basketball
game. The excellent attendance made this a
The costume committee made new robes and
repaired old ones for the Spring initiation. This
initiation, frightful to the new members although
hilarious to the old ones, terminated a fruitful
year for Mrs. Mathews and her Blackfriars.
"life With Father"
. , Bob Longman
Mary Ann McCombs
Anyone passing the auditorium on an aftemoon in
Ianuary or February would be likely to hear shouts of
"Oh Damn" or "I hate oatmeal." Far from being shocked.
most ot them would realize that it was only Mrs. Mathews
and her cast preparing for their presentation of the comedy
"Life With Father." There were many late rehearsals.
during which the cast was sustained only by the refresh-
ments brought by Mrs. Mathews for practice of the "Table"
With such constant reminders as "You've got to know
your lines there" or "Talk louder! People are paying for
these back seats" the play gradually progressed. Such
incidents as the spilling of the white paint twhich covered
everything, necessitating a quick mop-upl were soon for-
gotten in the final rush for properties and costumes, When
an amused audience received the polished production
with appreciation. the efforts of the entire cast and produc-
tion staff were rewarded.
Lei! to riqht: Seated: Miss Strouse, B.
Palmer, Mrs, Becker, Mrs. Foley, Spcriscrsr ,
Staziciirigz Mrs. Lewis, I. Fatwrsv., N. Gay-
lffy, S. Ecroi, N, Eiron, Miss Zirkmcz.
The Woodhouse Society, under the leadership of Mrs. Becker, con-
tinued to maintain Swarthrnore's affiliation with the Woodhouse Grammar
School in Sheffield, England. Although the group did not have as many
activities this year as in previous years, the bonds between the two schools
were firmly established. The strongest tie was the vast student and teacher
correspondence, which was stimulated in the seventh through twelfth
Three persons from Swarthmore were received at Woodhouse during
the past year. Mrs. Becker was a guest of the headmaster briefly during
her European travels. Barbara Palmer spent last summer with her "pen-
pal's" family and attended classes for two weeks. Dawn Boyer was also
a visitor at the English School for several days during her stay in England.
l.e-ft tc right: First rcw: S. Stephens, A. Essl, S, Gcwirig, N. Erczund, B. McClarm. S
Bruce, Miss Strouse, Sponsor: Second r:w: E. Edwards. A. Greer, G, Deeble, E.
Tibbetts, S. Campbell, N. Lee: Third rcw: B. Bernhzrdt, C. Zirnrnerrriari, S. Driehcus
R. McLeod, I. Coles, K. Ward: Fourth row: E. Gemmil., I. Anderson, I. Heckrxar., D.
Busza, D. M5rg':r.- Absent: E. Straciley. S. Purnell G. Gallagher, K. Aull. K. Bennet'
M. l-lniwkius, I. Morrell, C. Williams, Y. Tsuclzidci. l.. Ereakell, M. Cclcfemiria. A
Fairbanks, l.. Hall, A. Haworth, K. Kel-cy. M. L. Lewis. B. McCorkel. A. Pyle. M
Vai.Urk, M. Wilkie, N. Craig, G. Craig, I. Snyder, S. Stephens.
Red Cross upheld its tradition of
active service again this year. A
glance in Room 216 on Tuesday
aftemoons would reveal Miss
Strouse, the club's sponsor, and
the industrious members chatting
as they stuffed toys, knitted afghan
squares, and made lapel pins or
iokebooks. These articles the girls
took to the Naval, Chester, and
Left to right: First row: B. Tibbetts, S. Lewis, B. Moran: Second row: B.
Adams, G. Silvers, M. Campbell, I. Hollander, A. Welsh, N. Craig, G.
Craig, I. Beesinger, I. Peck, Third row: P. Thompson, A. Gilfillan, A,
Haworth, S. Purnell, M. McCombs, G. Lincoln, C. Russell, H. Calhoun, I.
Welsh, S. Crawford: Fourth row: K. Bennett, C. Goff, H. Kunz, G. Pugh,
Y. Brill, H. Dyson, B. McKee, P. Cox, M. Silversg Fifth row: P. Gargiulo, B.
Glaser, B. Larson, S. Carpenter, B. Heath, A. Pyle, N. McDowell, S. Pres-
ton, P. Doriahoe, D. Brandt: Sixth row: B. Edwards, I. Robertson, M. Cola
lltflllllil, K. McKernan, B. Seymour, V. MaCNair, C. Cratsley V. Wright, D.
Flu-hardsoii, K. Morrell, P. Narbeth.
"There will be no talking after the test begins"
or "Be sure you send that in early" immediately
bring to mind Miss Peck, whose extensive
knowledge of colleges and readily given advice
on careers have been so helpful to many high
school students. Miss Peck heads the school's
industrious Service Committee.
Miss Peck and her School Serv-
ice committee were busy every
day filing catalogues and arrang-
ing displays for the college bulletin
board. The College and Career
Room. site of many "gossip ses-
sions" was completely reorganized
and all the catalogues put in order.
New to the school this year was
the scholarship bulletin board in
Mr. Falcone's room. This iniorma-
tion together with Miss Peck's
broad knowledge of colleges and
careers proved useful to students
in planning their futures. Not to
be forgotten were the other mem-
bers of the Service Committee-
the office assistants and switch-
board operators whose vital con-
tributions were appreciated by all.
Left to riqht: Seated: M. Yarrow, Miss For
rest, H. Kunz, Miss McKie, Sponsor: Mrs.
Seymour: Standing: N. Brcrund, N. Crarq,
I. Patterson, S. Borer, B. Palmer, K. Peterson
Mrs. Foley, L. Hopper, Mr. Yocum: Absent
B. Greim, Ch., V. Craig, S. Plowman.
Under the direction of Miss McKie, the World
Friendship Committee spent an active year with
its numerous annual proiects. Acting as a fund
repository for service activities and foreign stu-
dent exchange programs, the committee re-
ceived the profits from bake sales, dances, and
Carnivals held by homerooms throughout the
year. Added to these were the results of the
efforts put forth by the ninth grade in their
house-to-house canvass for funds for the foreign
student exchange activities.
In the fall assembly program sponsored by
the committee, exchange students spoke on their
adventures abroad and Yoriko Tsuchida added
a few words about her native Iapan. The foreign
student visiting day in April was also a big
success. An exhibition class was held for the
visitors in the morning. During the afternoon
they attended regular afternoon classes and
participated in a special assembly program in
Left to rxqnt: Seated: D. Edwards, D. Brandt,
M. Huse, Mr. Oppenlander, Sponsor: Stand
ing: l. Walter, D. Richardson, C. Martin.
The Swarthmore High School team, under the able guidance of Mr. Op-
penlander, a veteran of many Hi-Q contests, once again participated this year
in the Hi-Q programs sponsored by Scott Paper Company. Swarthmore was one
of 21 Delaware County high schools which regularly compete in this radio
quiz contest. In the ten years, since the founding of the program. Swarthmore
has been a finalist nine times.
The team was captained by Dave Edwards, the only remaining member of
last year's squad. The other five students alternated in filling the four places
on the team for each of three contests that test general knowledge of such sub-
iects as current affairs, government, history, music, literature, mathematics. and
"Back to Yearbook!" At that, the members of
this year's staff who had convened at Editor
Huse's house for an "important" meeting would
reluctantly tum off the Hi-Fi set. lay down the
new book. discontinue the "Shep" talks, or
halt the ballet dancing. For five minutes, fairly
undivided attention would be given to Year-
book. Then the group would gradually peter
out again. retuming to their activities and leav-
ing one or two hardy souls to sweat it out.
But despite the diversity ot interest at meet-
ings, Yearbook kept to its schedule. "Do you
realize we've got a deadline to meet?" shocked
many lethargic members into action and each
section arrived at the printers on time.
With such problems as the rescheduling of
pictures postponed because of snowstonns. the
Yearbook staff struggled until that glorious day
when the last section was finished. Then the
members of the staff relaxed. glad to be rid of
their responsibility. although proud of their ac-
Lett to right: Seated: D. Edwards, Associate Editor: M. Huse,
Editor-in-Chief: Miss Armstrong, Faculty Advisor, B. Palmer,
Senior Editor, D. Scarborough, Business Manaqerg D. Brandt,
Publicity and Circulation Editor, A. Welsh, Activities Editor,
P. Campbell, Photography and Cartoons Editor: D. Richard-
son, Sports Editor, G. Schiff, Art Editor: M. Campbell, Fac
ulty and Classes Editor: C. Gott, Typing Editor, Absent: M
Yarrow, Underclassmen Editor.
From loft tr- riqht: First row: I. Paltezscn, I. Fischer, S. Delano, Mr. Falcone, L.
Dickinson. M. Kerr, E. Paynep Second row: D. Depue, C. Hally, T. Corwin, G. Hig-
nutt, I. Corse, K. Richardson, G. Broahead, M. Yarrow, Third row: I. Green, R.
Stuart, G. Hebble, I, Calhoun, Fi. Gurin, D. Edwards, B. Morrison, Fourth row: H.
Coe, I.. Larson, B. Longman, I. Walter, D. Iohnson, L. Iones.
Fire Squad was headed by Chief Falcone who, with the help of Sergeant
Delano. directed the actions of about Z0 energetic senior boys during fire drills.
It was the duty oi these boys to shut windows, close doors. and police the
traffic of exiting students during fire drills.
' All high school boys who have won a varsity letter. plus all others who are
interested. are eligible for Varsity Club. Presided over by capable Wayne
Miller. Varsity Club enioyed a highly successful year. An outstanding iob of
football program sales, led by Wayne Miller and Richard Gurin resulted in a
campaign that far exceeded previous years. The annual Varsity Club Dance
and the Delco Foul Shooting Tournament in which Swarthmore placed third.
were other vital functions. A special assembly featuring fall sports awards and
a spirited address by former Olympic star Glenn Cunningham, highlighted this
From left to right: First row: Mr. Robzriscn,
C. Hally, R. Stuart, W. Miller, L. Dickznson
E. Payne, I. Patterson: Second row: I. Thur-
man, B. Medford, I. Lewicki, D. Hcutz, C.
Dietz, T. Corwin, D. Beecher, C. Martin
Third row: G. Paulding, G. Brodhead, D.
Depue, I. Lord, I. Calhoun, L. McFadden, R.
Gurin, Fourth row: H. Coe, I. Walter, D.
Grogan, D. Ichnson, L. Iones, S. Ichnson
B. Morrison, I. Green.
Firsl rcw: A. Seybold, G. Paulding, C
Hally, I. Calhoun, D, Iohnson, L. Mc
Fadden. B. Morrison, l.. Dickinson, L
Iones, E. Payne, H. Stuart, D. Beecher
I. Patterson, E. Gerner: Second row: M
Robinson tcoachl, W. Medford, D. Houtz
C. Dietz, I. Lewicki, B. Rowland, D
Grogan, S. Iohnson, I, Lord, C. Martin
B. Crawtord, K. Hewes, T. Adams, I
Turner, I. Cratsly, D. Swan tcoachl
Third row: W. Davidson CDoc Ripperl, I
Erwin, I. Thurman, P. Wilkie, I. Wiqton
G. Gilmour, H. Lawrence, R. Iarratt, B
Iaclcson, B. Swartz, B. Schneider, F
Schaeffer, B. Waqstatf, B. Gabriel, B,
Fuoss, G. Melcher, D. Levenson, I. Sey-
bold, R. Kent, S. Kamp.
Springfield 0 """"H.,,
Swarthmore Media 13
Swarthmore Nether Providence 12
Swarthmore Darby 13
Swarthmore Yeadon 6
Swarthmore Marple-Newtown I3
Swarthmore Radnor 47
Swarthmore 41, Upper Merion 6
Swarthmore Lansdowne-Aidan 6
Early tall 1957 tound the Garnet
team ot Coach Millard Robmson in the
throes of rebuxldlng Gone were nlne
of the hrst 12 boys who had contributed
as startmg players to the growth ot a
27-game winning streak With the aid
ot Co-Captams Bill Morrison and Luren
Dickinson an mexpenenced squad was
molded into a hghtlng and hustllng ll
The lust encounter ol the year
with Media gave vlslon of things to
come Great drive and slnlltul quarter
baclnng by newcomer lim Patterson
brought victory tn thxs game 26-13
In the following contest wtth Nether
Providence however the team could
neither control the ball nor attack with
authonty and the game and the victory
streak were lost 12 7
The Garnet rebounded and scored
convmcmg wtns over Sprmgheld and
Darby and managed a 7 6 victory over
Yeadon beiore successive deieats at
the hands of Marple Newtown and
Squad spmt was never lacking at
even the darkest moments and the long
hours ol practlce pa1d off in the hnal two
contests A smashing victory over a
hrghly favored Upper Menon ll 416
led to extreme mterest for the linal
The Garnet put on a drsplay oi ex
cellence that will long be remembered
Thanksglvmg Day agamst the tradl
tional opponent Lansdowne-Aldan In
unchallenged command lrom the hrst
whrstle Swarthmore routed the Lords
In the latter hall of the season an
effective 1umor team led by Std Iohn
son lay Lord and Chris Martm on the
lme and Charlie Dietz and Dave Houtz
in the backheld crystallized offering
promise of a successful 1958 campaign.
'n " g":a.,1
-Jw. , ' 'l- '
First row: S. Purnell, S. Hetherington, S. Marsh, l. Williams, S. Allen, D. Halsey, C. Williams, I.
A clutch goal by Susan Allen and a brilliant
defensive team effort brought Miss Allen's
hustling Varsity Hockey squad a well-deserved
l-l tie with previously undefeated Upper Darby
as the 1957 season closed.
Such spirited play was not unusual as the
team, led by co-captains Diane Halsey and
Carol Williams, and managers Kate Bennett and
Anne Welsh. skillfully fought its way through
a difficult schedule to a season's record of six
wins. one loss lWesttown, l-Ol, and a tie. Indeed,
the opponents were able to muster a total of
only four goals all season, while Swarthmore,
Lynch, B. A. McCorkel, l. Welsh, C. Russell, C. Zimmerman: Second row: A. Ryerson, I. Hollander, B.
Kennedy, M. I. Schroder, B. Gemmill, S. Carpenter, M. Turner, E. Stradley, S. Lewis, Miss Allen, coach:
'Ihird row: N. Lee, S. Driehaus, A. Gilftllan, S. l-luse, S. Preston, L. Hall, H. Calhoun, S. Gowinq, M.
Brownell, Fourth row: l. Hawkins, S. Campbell, M, L. McCorlcel, C. Webster.
led by Carol Williams' four and Sara Hether-
ington's three, amassed 12 markers.
Equally outstanding was the play of the Iunior
Varsity. Undefeated, and tying Springfield and
Lansdowne-Aidan, the team rolled to five con-
vincing victories. As Swarthmore countered
l7 times lHelen Calhoun accounted for five of
these: Iudy Hollander and Sue Pumell each
totaled threel, the opposition scored only live
At the season's end the senior girls elected
Susan Allen and Ioyce Williams captains for
the following year.
First row: I. Lynch, C. Russell, S. Hetherinaton, C. Williams, l. Welsh: Second row:
S. Carpenter, B. Kennedy, M. l, Schroder, S. Lewis, Third row: A. Ryerson, l. Hol-
Opponent Varsity I.V.
Springfield 2-0 0-0
Haverford 2-I 3-l
Westtown 0-l 5-l
Ridley Township l-0 3-0
Lansdowne-Aldan 3-0 2-2
Media 3-l 2-0
Upper Darby l-1 2-l
Left to right: First row: L. lones, K. Richardson, M. Kerr, D. Grogan, l. 'Walter, R. Gurin, E. Payne, R.
Hudgins: Second row: Mr. Henderson, Coach, T. Adams, B. Jackson, B. Crawford, N. Levin, I. Wigton,
B. Medford, R. Iarratt, Mr. Reese, Coach, Third row: B. Dawes, B. Gabriel, Manager, R. Stuart, Man-
ager, I. Seybold, Manager, Fourth row: I. Lord, F. Schaeffer, S, lohnson, Fl. Taylor, B. Wagstaff, I.
Coach Bill Reese opened the 1957-58 basket-
ball season with an almost entirely new and
inexperienced squad. Only three boys on this
year's team had seen previous varsity action.
The club began preparing early in December
for their opening game with Darby. Because
they had only about a week to practice run-
ning and drill on fundamentals, the boys were
not completely prepared to meet a very strong
and experienced Darby team. Nevertheless.
the team played better than was expected, los-
ing by a score of 39-57.
The following few days of practice seemed to
be what was needed, for in Swarthmore's next
outing. the home floor opener, the team clob-
bered Penncrest, 42-25. Five games later, the
club played one of their best games of the sea-
son against a good Marple-Newtown squad.
Although the game was lost, 61-70, it was
characterized by good shooting, and a general
Cc-captain lack Walter presenting Coach
Reese with a gift at the annual basketball
desire to win. At the following game with
Nether-Providence, the team faced one of the
county's leading teams this year. Once again
the boys showed real determination and suc-
ceeded in scaring an over-confident N.P. It
was clear then that this club deserved to win,
and finally they did on two successive occa-
sions against Upper Merion, 43-42, and Spring-
The remainder of the season was without
victory for the little Garnet. Considering all
the time and hard work he put into this team,
Coach Reese certainly deserved a better victory
record this year. He did say, nevertheless, that
the season was successful from the standpoint
of the way the boys tried in every game. The
leadership of co-captains Dave Grogan and
lack Walter was indispensable, and the whole
team was proud of the way the school stayed
Lett to right: First row: I. Heckman, S. Preston, B. A. McCorkel, G. Lrncoln, M. Brownell, C. Willramsz
Second row: Miss Boughner, Coach, S, Carroll, S. Driehaus, C. Zimmerman, N. Lee, M. l. Schroder, I,
Welsh, Manager. Thrrd row: M. Colton, C. Schultz, S. Huse, M. I.. McCorkel, B. Bennett, S. Prescott:
fourth row: H. Surrick, M, Turner.
Lansdowne-Aldan 39 29
Haverford 58 25
N ether-Providence 25 38
Media 35 42
Ridley Township 47 39
Springfield 35 37
Upper Darby 63 37
Faced with a difficult seven-game schedule and a
nucleus of but four returning letter-girls, Swarthmore's
girls basketball team, coached by Miss Boughner and
captained by Gail Lincoln, battled its way to three vic-
tories, one of which was an astounding upset of a Media
team unbeaten in two years.
After an impressive showing that ended. however, in
defeat at the hands of Lansdowne-Aldan and in a sound
thumping by Haverford, the team, at its first home contest.
walloped Nether-Providence, 38-25. Spirits high and scor-
ing higher, the girls then knocked Media from the ranks of
the undefeated, 42-35. A close loss to Ridley Township
prefaced the thrilling victory over Springfield, 37-35. The
season closed with a defeat by unbeaten Upper Darby.
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FRIENDS CENTRAL Away
PLAY DAY Away
LOWER MERION Away
Defending a great undefeated record of 26 straight years
the 1958 girls' lacrosse team opened their season with a
bang in a game with Springside, one of the toughest games
of the season, as always.
In spite of inoppcrtune snows which forced the girls to
restrict practicing to the gym for a much longer time than
usual, the team was able to display excellent stickwork
and outstanding teamwork on the field.
Under the experienced eye of coach Miss Allen. the
girls were taught not only to play lacrosse, but also to
keep track oi disappearing balls. With nearly the entire
varsity squad returning, Miss Allen was able to pass over
basic fundamentals and start training with various plays
and difficult maneuvers.
The whole team, under the leadership of co-captains
Sue Purnell and Iudy Welsh. showed unquenchable en-
thusiasm and admirable sportsmanship throughout the
course of the season.
Lett 10 right:F1rs' rcw: K. E-e:'.r.et', l. 'N-elsh, S. Purxell. lvl. I Sflxrciif-rg 'Sf-iirtd rin-J. r-.l.+f ., l. 'N
hams l. Lynch. S, Curperzfer, S. Marsh, B. A. McCorkle: Third raw: G. Lircclr. Manda-fr. S. Lewis,
Hf-therzrlgton, H. Calhoun C. Russell, M. A. Mcflombs. I. Hnllarfior, Miss Allen. Co xt-ii' Fl.,ur'li row
M.W'1lk1e,B.Hff:'h, V. MGCNGH, B.Gernm1ll, S. Prestfrl S, liaise, Ft. Vlaclics- Fifth row: M. Briwriel
D. Morgan, S Driehaus S. Campbell, C. Zimmerman, If Gcwlma. E. Svadley, N, Lee. Sixth row:
Siplt-r, l. Heckmcz.. M. Ccltcr.. M, L, McCorkle, N. WR-rfftr, l. Monciale, A. Greer.
Left to right: First row: G. Melcher, I. Cratsley, B. Rowland, C. Dietz, l.. Iones M Yarrow C Hally
C. Martin, T. Adams: Second row: H. Allison, H. Lawrence, I. Lewicki, P. Essl I Thurman I Green
D. Grogan, I. Fischer, B. Beckman, I. Wigtonp Third row: Mr. Bell, Coach, P Bancroft D Pilgrim I
Triboletti, I. Turner, I. Erwin, B. Medford, B. Larson, S. Kamp, Mr. Miller, Coach
Track and Field
The Swarthmore track men ran through another suc-
cessful cindery season. While Coach Miller ground out
advice. Coach Bell instructed the boys on how to over-
come their hurdles. Three men who merited particular
attention this year were Bill Morrison with his fig leaf and
discu.s ta disguised frisbyl, Larry Iones who hurdled
around, and Luren Dickinson who was always up in the
air over his pole vaulting stick while crossing the bar.
Despite the informal atmosphere, the squad's great en-
thusiasm was manifested in such inquiries as, "Who stole
my sun tan lotion?", and "Do I have to do my laps?"
Although track is an individualistic sport, the boys' team
spirit and concem for each other was great. measured by
casual remarks like. "You leaving already?". The team,
handicapped at first by an intermittently flooded track,
eventually profited from practicing in mud, for no other
team could touch them in trans-aqua meets.
SPRINGFIELD ,. ,... . . Away
SHARON HILL RELAYS . ,,... Away
MEDIA . ,... .. .. , ., Home
PENN RELAYS . I I Franklin Field
RADNOR . .. . Away
DELCO MEET . . ., ., . . Lansdowne
MARPLE-NEWTOWN . .. . Away
SUBURBAN MEET . ..,.. .Norristown
LANSDOWNE ., ,, . , I Home
DIST. 1 MEET .Upper Darby
STATE CHAMPIONSHIPS . , . . . , . .
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Although the lingering winter
kept Swarthmore's baseball team
from getting as early a start as the
professionals did in Florida, Coach
Millard Robinson wasted no time
in building a strong team with
good fielding and hitting ability.
The squad was fortunate to have a
number of returning varsity men:
George Brodhead. Henry Coe.
Richard Gurin. Dave Houtz, Dick
Iohnson. Wayne Miller, and Ed
Payne formed a sturdy nucleus for
the team. At all times the team.
under the competent leadership of
Captain Wayne Miller, played
each game in the "Ol' Garnet"
tradition: hustle. sportsmanship.
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and fine team play.
LAN SDOWN E
Left to night: Ftrs' row: D. Iohnson, l. PattersCn,I,B1nqhf1n1, D. Houtz: Second rcw:
H Coe, G. Brodhead, W. Miller, R. Gunn, E. Paynep Third row: Mr. Robinson,
Coach. P. Darlington, B. Kenshatt, D. Vint, B, Hallier, D. Depue, Manager: Fourth
row: B. Fuoss. D. Smith, L. Crecrsy B. Dawes, B. Crawford: Fifth row: l.. Stead.
D. Roberts. F Sfnaetter, B. Schnerder, I. Lord, K, l-lewes.
Lett to right: Kneeling: B. Heath, S. I. Pickard, M. A. McCombs, N. Wilson: Stand-
tnq: A. Cooper, S. Bruce, I. Mondale, P. Russell, C. A. Smith, I. Compton.
Swarthmore High School's cheerleaders, armed with thirty
songs and cheers, once again led school support of the varsity
football and basketball teams. Under the sponsorship oi Mr.
Miller, the "Terrible Ten" added unusual variety to pep rallies
through the employment of such new ideas as an Indian circle
dance and "report cards." Modification of such previously
archaic cheers as "T-E-A-M" and the "Fight Yell" was another
contribution made by the girls. led by co-captains Mary Ann Mc-
Combs and Sally Io Pickard.
First row: M. McCrory, S. Wiqton, G. Patterson, M. Busza, S. Reese, D. Gatewood, B. Snape, L. Lich
tenberg, T. Wizon, P. Look, F. Gibson: Second row: I. Fairchild, H. Bogoiavlensky, P. Steuber, I.
Hunter, I. Hall, E, Shute, I. Gearhart, W. Wreqe, I. Reynolds, P. Kent: Third row: M. Detweiler, F.
Mattocks, R. Draper, R. Laimbeer, R. Foote, C. Moschal, R. Hoge, G. Clothier, B, Scher, W. Ryerson
W. Vintp Fourth row: R. Borei, B. Ward, I. Plowman, I. Lewicki, E. Furey, R. Dettra, P. Haydon, M.
Richards. L. Hopper, I. Brooks, I. Tyson, L. Walmsleyq Fifth row: I. Marschal, M. Coles, C. Chambers
H. Morrison, K. Schloesser, N. Lane, W. Iohnson, P. Smith, C. McKinnel, A. Shoemaker.
First row: M. Moscrip, S. Tompkins, R. Ullman, G. Brain, B. Allison, I. Turner, B. Adams, L. Kennedy
F. Marsh, G. Shay, M. Vlachosg Second row: I. Moore, D. Williams, L. Mayer, I. Weber, L. Borlin, C
Kurtzhalz, A. Longman, I. Loeben, G. MacAlpine, C. Iohnson, I. Thompson, D. Cochrane, Third row
M. Kelcy, W. Gaylord, W. Barus, I. Spencer, T. Ienkins, T. Bedden, G. Silvers, L. Hunt, B. Bennett, S
Grier, B. Wood, L. Forbes, Fourth row: R. Gray, S. Sturgis, K. Titus, B. Hayes, W. Price, T. Shultz, I
Thompson, A. McDowell, M. Coronway, G. Herschel, H. Bunkerg Fitth row: R. Stead, D. Renshaw, G
Donovan, M. Selway, S. Althouse, S. Wicks.
First row: M, Moscrip, S. Tompkins, R. Ullman, G. Brain, B. Allison, I. Turner, B. Adams, L. Kennedy,
F. Marsh, G. Shay, M. Vlachos: Second row: I. Moore, D. Williams, L. Moyer, I. Weber, L. Borlin, C.
Kurtzhalz, A. Longmon, I. Loeben, G. MacAlpine, C. Iohnson, I. Thompson, D. Cochrane, Third row.
M. Kelcy, W. Gaylord, W. Barus, I. Spencer, T. Ienkins, T. Fledden, G. Silvers, L. Hunt, B. Bennett, S.
Grier, B. Wood, L. Forbes, Fourth row: R. Gray, S. Sturgis, K. Titus, B. Hayes, W. Price, T. Shultz, I.
Thompson, A. McDowell, M. Coronway, G. Herschel, H. Bunker: Fifth row: Ft. Stead, D. Renshaw, G.
Donovan, M. Selway, S. Althouse, S. Wicks.
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First row: K. Unqern, C. Larqman, R. Goodwin, L. Garqiulo, S. Williams, G. Hamilton, C. Compton, D.
Hannum, P. Delano, R. Taylor, C. Seltzerg Second row: N. deProphetis, R. Anthony, I. Estey, M.
Anthony, C. Turner, P. Macrae, A. Stauffer, C. Courtney, I. Waltz, S. Sheppard, D. Beckmannp Third
row: G. McDermott, L. Hebble, I. Gabriel, B. Stuart, P. Donahoe, G. Pyle, B. Bath, S. Mills, P. Thomp-
son, I. Lincoln, M. Mautnerg Fourth row: I. Foley, S. Edwards, V. Mumford, C. Davis, D. Iones, R.
Bennett, C. Soule, B. Cratsley, B. Abernathy, T. Atkins, I. Rowland, I. Bond: Fifth row: D. Calhoun, A.
Gay, B. Breakell I. Michener, M. Campbell, M. Coe, L. Iones, C. Case, V. Moir, L. Keller, F. Braund,
R. Kuc, I. Connor, I, Liddell.
First row: R. Filler, D. McCurdy, C. Price, B. Storlazzi, N. Goff, G. Gallagher, D. Biddle, M. Remington,
G. Glaesser, I. Pierson, I. Schumachery Second row: D. Busza, R. Trexler, G. Browne, S. Brobeck, T.
Miller, G. Nearinq, D. Reynolds, A. Adams, C. Iohnson, C, Clifford, B. Birdy Third row: E. Anderson
I. Brockrnan, B. Schumann, S. Crawford, H. Hudqins, V. Alexander, I. Goodrich, I. Tolles, W. Buckley,
S. Lee, N. Shochp Fourth row: R. Campbell, I. Patterson, S. Iacob, M. Lowe, M. Robinson, D. Maule,
E. Mather, S. Clark, E. Smith, S. Wadleigh, K. Brandt, C. Rushton: Fifth row: C. Vint, I. Carroll, V.
Brodhead, P. Ridgeway, G. Gray, A. Bullard, T. Woske, H. Shay, H. Harvey, S. Prentice, F. Tice.
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First row: C. Curtis, K. Noye, C. Decker, B. Marshall, D. Wrege, D. Scarborough, B. Bovard, N. Gate
wood, L, Cooper, Fi. Gwinn, S. Fisher, Second row: K. Baskin, C. Haseltine, K. Welsh, I. Duncan, R
Iames, M. Dye, R. Hoge, M. Ryerson, C. Topping, D. Iackson, M. Bunker, G. Smith, Third row: N.
Egan, A. Warnes, G. Peirsol, S. Wright, P. Hall, B. Coles, E. Mondale, L. deProphetis, Pt. Noyes, Fi.
Kuc, T. Lee: Fourth row: S. Bancroft, I. Iohnson, B. Friend, P. Bancroft, B. Hofmann, R. He-rbster, R.
Kletzien, S. McCaw1ey, P. Courtney, D. Grooters, B. Iacksteit, A. Kelcyg Fifth row: K. Fox, D. Longman,
M. Silvers, C. Fellows, M. Fairbanks, D. Sturgiss.
First row: I. Rihl, R. Williams, D. Moscrip, I. Taylor, C. Worth, G. Forward, P. McCrory, P. Hind, D
Hay, B. Alexander, C. Tippetty Second row: M. Hunt, C. Palmer, C. Hind, S. Bower, K. Peterson, M
Boyer, D. Ryall, P. Cadigan, K. Stamford, M. Roxby, A. Loeben, M. Detrag Third row: G. Abbe, S.
Hansell, N. Gaylay, C. Brodhead, A. Grogan, S. Grogan, C. MacNair, I. Lange, C. Diamond, K.
Selway, I. Iester, S. Spencer, M. O'Brien: Fourth row: C. FUIY, I- Anastasia, S. Iackson, C. Iarratt
B. Thomson, P. Beardsly, I. Hanna, D. Filler, D. Walmsley, T. Davidson, E. Eckenhoff, S. Hicks,
Fifth row: E. Glaser, B. Eckerihcff, B. Richards, B. McKeaq, B. Wicks, I, McKinnell, D. Kroon, A. Stam-
ford, E. Harris, R. Ienkins.
luniur High Sports
Iumor Hxqh Cheerleaders
Third and Fourth Tecxrn Hockey
Iunxor Hlqh Cabmet
Step Step-one two three
Left to rrqht D Yarrow Presldent C Webster Secretary B lacksor
Voce PI'F'SldQfll I Poole Treasurer
The Sophomore Blass
FIISI row B Edwards A Delono B Bovard N Cralq G Cralq N Brawnd B
Bernhardt Second row S Bruce A Essl S Drlehaus D Collmon D Buszc M
Detwerler Third row B Dawes I Anderson B Bennett G Deeble B Beckmann
H Allrson Fourth row I Chumb rs B Brddle D Brown I Coles S Campbell P
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F11sircw'E. Fuusf L. A. Kurizlzulz, f: Su '1Ilk,f1, 5. Gf,W1I1Q, I. Ke-:.:.euy, L. HL ppl
G. Gllmcur- Socfpmi row: H. Kur.7 I. K- llfr, A. Glfffkvl. E. Hlxsks. f. H 1','VklI.Sj 'Hum
rrw: P Kff 951151. P. Gmfzlulc, P. G :Hui E, Grrxm, E Iockscn S. Kemp.
FNS! mw: D. Pziqum, B. IV1c,1un, N. LH , W. Nzcxfl
sm., S. PIKXAIYHGII, E. NICCI-11111, I. Plnkslun- Sf cum
row: D, Levensam, P. Puui, Fi. Mclfud, S. Sf.-ltzer,
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Fourth row: I. Poole, P. M1115 I. Seybdd, E. Lux
vicvcrkel, B. Nyqord: Tiurd row: E. Scotl, H
wrence F. Schaeffer, B. Schnelder, I. McCabe:
SCI., IN. Levzz..
F1151 rrw. P. Sf.,-5, ...iz F VI-1..'J'r YI. 'f1.ffr T. Snyder, S. Stevensfl.. VVelZ C
surf. S'-' .1 I ' Z.:1.:x.1 rms: P fzpzf 215, 'Webstffr, E. 'Nglkei S. Srevens
K. 'VAr"lIC' 'fhzzc uw. N VVf1t.-1, E. 'Qllws A. 'v'Vutk1r.s: Fourth row: D. Wilkie, D
Srmzlr. E 'x'f1cs':'f, F Swmfr, D, Yczrcw Y. VV1qIon.
The 1958 Sophomores started their year with
the challenge of arranging for their first big
dance in October. It turned out to be a slightly
bigger challenge than they had anticipated. for
their theme "Around the World in 80 Days"
called for a large balloon as the center decora-
tion. The balloon, carefully sent from Cali-
fornia, popped on arrival at its place of honor.
After a frantic search, two weather balloons
were obtained from the International Airport,
One of these managed to survive until the final
chords of the music. The Soph Hop will be
remembered as one of the better dances despite
the usual complaints about the unpleasantly
large number of chaperones.
Academically, the Sophomore Class has been
very fortunate. Having a Geometry teacher.
Miss Boston. who can do the Charleston makes
theorem learning infinitely less painful. Miss
Forrest has given Ancient History new life. lt
is hoped that she is not really "scared rigid"
of her students and will not report them too
"wretched" on her return to England. Besides
these additions to the faculty there are always
the standbys who contribute so much to
Swarthmore's traditions and reputation as a fine
school: the language triumvirate. i.e. Dr. Irwin
with his dusty models and "little tests because
the sun is shining." Herr Snyder with his iokes
and rather "kool" ties, and Miss Strouse whose
gallette was served after Christmas: Miss Barten
with her tantalizing question "What happened
to the fish?": Mrs. Wright. who threw everyone
slightly off balance with her required memoriza-
tion of that Chaucer tongue-twister "When that
Aprille. . ."
The state is allowing an increasing number
of the Sophomore Class to take to the road and
they have promptly started to claim their share
of the traffic accidents.
The future of the Class of 1960 looks promis-
ing. The slogan "Sell those Geraniums" has
made them independently wealthy regardless
of the impoverishing effects on the community.
The athletes are developing nicely. The Honor
System is sound and is operating smoothly. If
only the unfortunate Beckrnann-Schaeffer feud
can be arbitrated, the Class of 1960 will leave
an indelible mark on Swarthmore High School.
Flight to left: C. Smith, Presldentg B. Gernmill, Secretary, E. Melcher,
Vlco-President, l. Erwxn, Treasurer.
The luniur Class
First row: B. Belle, B. Adams, A. Fairbanks, K. Aull, M. Brownell, l. Compton, P. Esslp Second row: A
Gilfillan, S. Carroll, A. Cooper, l. Be-esinqer, H. Calhoun, I, Deyog Third row: B. Glaser, S. Allen, M
Colton, I.. Breakell, M. Colafemxna, B. Gemrmll, l. Erwin, Fourth row: C. Dietz, L. Conly, B. Crawford
C. Cratsley, T. Adams, L. Creasyg Fifth row: M. Becker, D. Grogan, S. Borei.
V LY A l A: 1 -
FITSY row I Lewxckl M Lewrs B McCorkel M Hazeltlre A Haworh S Marsh D Houtz Se ond
row K Hew s K K ly I H Ckman C Ho: old N McDowell I Mor dale L I-lendersor Third
row B Halher G M lcher K Morrell A Krorrl S Huse B Medford C Martxr Fourth row I Hous
tom I Moran S Iomlson I Long B McKee I Lord
After blddmg Mrss Zunmer farewell as she
departed on her sabbatxcal the Iunlors faced a
thmgs off wxth a morale-lxftmg open house Soon
however the axr was buzzmg wlth such ques
txons as why did Iohn Long have to choose the
shortest gxrl an sxght
Whxle some were pondenng over the power
of the slide rule others were strugglxng to solve
mileelong Algebra formulas Mr Oppenlander s
lapsxs lxnguae Thlrtens Neud Law wall not
be allowed to pass mconsprcuously away The
nearly prctureless Faulkner and Kepler was sup-
plemented by Mr Yokum s detailed outlmes of
pre Revolutronary American lnstory Mr Yokum
must be congratulated for lnducxnq so many to
get up at the ghastly hour of 8 00 A M on Sat
urday mormngs to go to Phxlly for the Clvlc
Forum How dxd he do rt? Mxss Hancock led
the class on one of the annual vacatxons com
monly labeled held tnps thxs tnme to Fair
mount Park to observe some txred houses whxle
she patiently explalned constructxon functxon
and form. Thxs tnp however left many un
answered auestlons rn the mmds of some as to
the real function of the large closets and under
It became apparent before too long that the
letlcally The eleventh graders who made the
varsxty teams contnbuted a great deal Every
one lomed an congratulatmg Dave Houtz on
bemg chosen next year s football captain
Several members of the Iumor Class repre
sented the school at Dlstnct Orchestra Band
and Chorus festivals
Durmg the Chnstmas vacatlon Iunxors got
a mental rest but a real socxal workout Good
ness! I ve run out of fmgers Whose open house
shall we got to next? New Years Eve some
boys got carned away with traditxons You
Back to school and Spnng began to infect
everyone lthat is after the foot of snow meltedl
Enthusxastlc sports fans began plyxng Mlss Al
len and Coach early for equxprnent to began
practlcmg for the Lacrosse and Baseball sea
sons The glorious year drew to a close as the
Iunxors approached thexr exams Then wtth
Miss Armstrongs dreaded hnal belund them
the class anxlously awaxted thetr senior year.
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FlISl row: R. Toylcr. S, Calcpy, E SU zdley, C. Smuh. T. Scliullz P Russell E Rcwlor cl' Sf-c Hd
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l.. Ullxw, lvl, Quxsl, l. Vv"1ll,1::.s, C. Siflf.-1, l. Vv'c:q:.f.-:, l. Petczs- lhmrd raw: l. lrlhclelll, A. Walker, S.
Preslgzl, E. Seiymmlr, M. Turrffr M. VV1lk1a', l. Tliulrx' ::.' ::f.1jl"l1 row: l. Turner, K. Vxfest, E. Schollz, l.
Sleud, D. Vml, C. Smith.
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Class Ogzcers from left to rlght IM ROBINSON President MIKE KERR
Treasurer KATE BENNETT Secretary I V1cePres1dent
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Members of the Glass of 1958:
JOHN THOMPSON AULL
"A youth to whom was given so much of earth-so much
Contrary lock of hair . . . gum-chewer . . . flashy sweaters
. . . variety of women , . . rides to school with George . . .
good-looking . . . neatly dressed . . . shuffling gait . . .
memories of Miss Barten . . . Rutledgite.
Intramurals-1, 2, 4, Yearbook Committee-4, Fire Squad
-2, 3, 4, Football Food Committee-4.
DON RODNEY WILLIAM BEECHER
"I was not born to be forced, I will breathe according to
Large family . . . huge appetite . . . Blackfriars prodigy . . .
Trig troubles . . . in the oil business . . . non-conformist . . .
"Black Magici' in lights . . . weakness for women . . . green
Football-3, 44 School Play-3, Intramurals-3, Homeroom
KATHRYN HUTCHINSON BENNETT
"joking and humor are pleasant."-Cicero
"Bennie" . . . beautiful eyes , . . "Oh crumb" . . . finally got
her license . . . little brother troubles . . . Cape May summers
. . . short, short haircut . . . mischievous . . . "I'm a monotone
and proud of it."
Lacrosse-1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball-2, I ntramurals-3, Hockey
Manager-4, Homeroom Officer-1, 2, 3, Class Secretary-
4g Football Ticket Committee-3, Football Food Committee
-4, Dance Committee-3, Red Cross-2, 3, Girls' Chorus-
4, World Friendship Committee-35 Woodhouse Society-1,
College and Career Room Committee-3, 4.
"The less of routine, the more life'-Alcott
Rides in Barb's 'itzuci' . . . a rock 'n' roll fan . . . Larrv
and Bill . . . always needs a haircut . . . Navy man . . . car
troubles . . . favorite subject: girls . . . Baseball follower.
Intramurals-1, 2, 4.
I-XXIES D-KX ID BINGHANI
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Baszball 1 7 3 4 BlbilxllllllllSlllfhifltlllll 3 4 ChLfsClub
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RICHARD CHRHLES BRATNDT
Each man rs lU1Sll ul m lnzlluclualxty Emerson
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Ifoothall 1 7 34 Baskctlrall 1 Hasclzall 1 Intramurals
7 3 4 Fzrz Squarl 4 Blalls rrars 3 4 Vrrulflmrus
7 3 4 Chr s Cluh-4 I arsztu C luh-4 Honors Board 4
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Barul 1 Baslretball I 3 Xlnczl Chorus-4 Boys Chorus
3 4 -K Cappella Chozr 4 Yearbook Staff-4 Intramurals
3 Cabmct Conzmrttrf 1 SR-I 3 4 hlcctronxcs Club
3 Homcroom I uc Prvsulcnt 3 4 County Chorus-4 Razllo
Club 1 Blaclxfnars-4
NOR MA ROBERTA CLARK
"We may see and hear thy lovely laugh."-Catullus
Always smiling . . . big pocketbook . . . "I said -'i . .
always hungry . . . lots of fun . . . Femwood interest . . .
quite a dancer . . . "You're kidding!" . . . "That's cutell'
Basketball-1, 2, Cheerleading-15 Glee Club-1, Girls'
Chorus-1, 2, 3, 4, Red Cross-1, 2g Football Food Com-
mittee-4, Intramurals-:?.g Yearbook Committee-4, School
JAMES LORETO CORSE, JR.
"Why tarry the wheels of his chariot?"-Anonymous
Majoring in Human Relations . . . friends with Emani . .
the joker . . . girls? . . . connections with Military Police . . .
rugged . . . Study Hall Escapades . . . Mrs. Foley's pet . .
powder blue Ford.
SHIRLEY MARIE CARPENTER
"The two noblest things which are sweetness and light'
Summers at camp . . . letters from PA .... "Really?" . . .
scarab bracelet and pin . . . casual . . . Ardmore shopping
trips . . . dimples . . . Food Committee troubles . . . flashing
needles . . . "just great!"
Hockey-2, 3, 4, Basketball-1, 2g Lacrosse-1, 2, 3, 4, Glee
Club-14 Mixed Chorus-3, 4, Girls' Chorus-2, 3, 41 Cabinet
Committee-2, 3, 4, Co-Chairman of Football Foozl Commit-
tee--45 School Play Committee-4.
HENRY CAVVTHORP COE
"One good hearty laugh is a bombshell exploding in the
Cabinet President, past and present . . . big laugh . . . "Red
dog" man . . . "Intramurals today" . . . just loves Chemistry
. . . canoeing in Maine . . . blush . . . "Field and Stream" . . .
energetic . . . icerhockey fan . . . "Oh, no!"
Ir. High Cabinet President-1, Cabinet--2, 3g President-4,
Cabinet Committee-2, 3, Ir.-Sr. High Relations Committee
-2, Homerooni Officer-LZ, Class President-3, Standards
Board-3, Mixed Chorus--2, 3, 4g Football Statistician-2,
3, 4, Varsity Club+1g Fire Squad-4, Intramurals-2, 3, 4.
CHARLES THOMAS CORWIN
"Large, divine, comfortable words"-Tennyson
Fast talker . . . Math whiz . . . tenth grade interests . . . bow-
legged . . . debates with jim . . . expert on History . , .
usually seen conversing . . . "YVhere's the roach, Bud?" . . .
Football-2, 3, 4, Cabinet-'3, 4, Homeroom Officer-3, 4,
Intramurals-2, 3, 43 Standards Board Chairman-lg Fire
Squad-4, Honors Board-3.
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PATRICIA MAE COX
"Serve thee with a quiet mind."-Bible
"Patrick". . . international correspondence . . . future YVAVE
. . . trip to Mexico . . . Pat Cox enterprises . . . First Girl Scout
ever to receive Veterinarian Award . . . no tax worries . . .
desire to see japan . . . quiet l?j
Woodhouse Society-1, 2, 3, Intramural Hockey-1, 2, Bas-
ketball-2g Red Cross-2, 3, 4, School Service Committee-
1, 2, Handbook Typing Committee-3, Yearbook Committee
-4, Switchboard-4, Football Food Committee-4, Football
Ticket C ommittee-3, College and Career Room Committee
OLIVE LORRAINE DEAN
"Health and cheerfulness mutually beget each other."-
"Hey, Reta's coming home this weekendlz. . . understanding
friend . . . crazy woman driver . . . always willing to help . . .
races the late bell to school . . . Luren's greatest fan . .
"Ollie" . . . "Hey, Yedf'
School Service Committee-3, Yearbook Committee-4.
STEPHAN JAMES DELANO
"A merrier man-I never spent an hour's talk withal."-
Hot Volks . . . garrulous . . . party promoter . . , truck driver
. . . Pat Boone sweaters . . . "just a trim!" . . . underclass girls
. . . arbitrary . . . card games . . . "I did the wrong assign-
Cabinet Representative-1, 2, 3, 4g Intramurals-1, 2, 3, 4g
Cabinet Committee-1, 2, 3, 4, Homeroom Officer-2, Base-
ball-2, Track-3, 4, F ire Squad-1.
DAVID NIELVILLE DEPUE
"Suppress me if you can! I am a merry lest!"-Lang
'48 Olds . . . homb . . . Black jack . . . with the hoys . . .
girl in Pittsburgh . . . until Christmas . . . "Dear" . . . a
Honors Board-4g Baseball 1.V.-1, 23 Baseball Manager-
3, 4g Basketball Scorer-3, 4g Fire Squad-4g Chefs Club-
4g Chess Club lg Assembly Committee-3g Intramurals-
1,2,3,4. -Q U 1,93
LUREN DEEMS DICKINSON
"His limbs were cast in manly mold for hardy sports or
Athletic . . . Ingleneuk boy . . . last of the Dickinsons . . .
-15 years old . . . famous stance . . . friend to all . . . "I love
da world!" . . . "Hey, babe" . . . one of the cafeteria crew . . .
good dancer . . . always singing.
Football-1, 2, 34 Co-captain-43 Track-2, 39 Co-Captuin-
44 Baseball-1g Basketball-lg Varsity Club-2, 3g Vice-Presi-
dent-4g Chefs Club-4g Honors Board-4g Fire Squad-45
Dance Committee-3, 44 Decorations Committee-3, 4g
Switchboard-lg Boys' Chorus-44 Shop-2g Intramurals-
2, 3, 4.
HEATHER ANNE DYSON
"For she excels all women in the magic of her looksfi-
First to be engaged . . . soprano voice . . . boys from out-of-
town . . . enjoys bike-riding . . . Rutledgite . . . trumpet player
. . . exotic hair-dos . . . likes the Navy . . . friendly to every-
one . . . The Philosopher.
Glee Club-15 Intramural Basketball-29 Girls' Chorus--25
Band-2, 3, 45 Lacrosse-2.
DAVID VanDEUSEN EDWARDS mf-4l - dfwwyi elA'l5"
"DAVE" K ,
"Man is by nature a political ani .'-Aristot e I
"XVhitey" . . . current events ace . . . opinionated . . . Hi'Q A
headman . . . power politician . . . "Oohl" . . . debater . . .
unleashed in Seminar . . . amusing chuckle . . . stentorian
tones . . . pet peeve: gym . . . Democrat . . . "I'm right!"
Honor Society-3, 4g Scott's Hi-Q-35 Captain-4g Garnet-
1, 2, 34 Senior Advisory Editor-4g Yearbook Associate Editor
-4g Handbook Editor-35 Blackfriars-44 SRA-3, 45 Fire
Squad-4g Cabinet Committee-3, 4g Chefs Club-35 World
Friendship Committee-19 Homeroom Ogicer-15 Intramu-
JOHN BURTON FISCHER
"He, from whose lips divine persuasion flowsl'-Homer
XVicked trumpet . . . able Band captain . . . tease . . . farm
refugee . . . green Chevy . . . the cafeteria crew . . . "A
clemerit for you!" . . . Mr. Bush's neighbor . . , ice-hockey
pro . . . always busy.
Band-1, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra-1, 2, 3, 45 Boys' Chorus-1, 2, 3,
41 Fire Squad-3. 4, Horneroom President-3, Cabinet Rep-
resentative-3: Cabinet Committee-4, Honors Board-3, 4,
Intramurals-1, 2, 3, 4, Dance Band-3, Football-1.
"It is tranquil people who accomplish much."-Thoreau
Princeton Week-ends . . . excellent English student . . . full
skirts , . . "Fritzel" . . . quiet in manner . . . "Have you seen
Helen?" . . . soft spoken . . . intellectual . . . ballet enthusiast.
ABIC-AIL MARIE CALLACHER
"I doubt that her dancing days are over."-Swift
Irish temper . . , waiting for her license . . . Head Majorette
. . . Gayle and Elinor . . . Miss Bai1en's favorite . . . jitterbug
fiend . . . little brother troubles . . . the worrier . . . "Hey
Ollie, save me a seat!" .
Yearbook Committee-4, Band-1, 2, 3, Head Maforette-4g
1.V. Cheerleading-1, Red Cross-4, Intramurals-4, Hockey
-1, 2, Dance Committee-2, Class Party Representative-4,
School Play Committee-4.
CAROL AINN COFF
"Take me out to the ball game."-Noru:orth
Avid Phillies fan . . . "No, that's my cousin, Jeanne!" . . .
Penn State week-ends . . . 6 .-LM. bike rides with Barb and
Pat . . . New York, N. Y .... "Sehr Cut" . . . the explainer . . .
hair-cuts . . . librarian . . . loyal friend . . . golden football.
School Service Committee-1, 2, -ig Co-Chairman World
Friendship Committee-4, C o'Chairman Football Ticket
Committee-3, Homeroom Secretary-lg Woodhouse Society
-I, 2, Yearbook Stag-4, Co'Chairman Football Food Corn-
mittee--4g Dance Committee-2, Intramurals-2, Switch-
board-1, 2, 3, 4.
'HXIES -XL BRY GREEN
RICH ARD STEPHAN GURIIN
He :Las a sdzolar and a rzpe and 50011 one Shake
XX h rt do you s n der Andy Brown drummer boy
Q :su ll D lrn hubc lp' powder blue I lymouth
Sn ft lows sulmg, Lhunpron nlturllly curly hun
hroxd shoulders SCl'l0llS Th its what I sud'
Baskztball I 7 3 4 Baseball 1 7 '3 4 Honor Soczety
3 4 Blaekfnars 3 Presulent 4 Homeroom Presulent 1
7 Vice Prcsulent '3 Cab1netC0mm1ttec-4 Intramurals
3 4 Football 1 Band 1
Xl -KIITA DI -XNE HKLSEI
II lzoso uoulzl be a man must lu a non aonfornust
Bn., llm mln Arghhh Pu Boom Que th rs
phllosopln with Corwin Crum the jollx grun
gl mt Too much lllllllllllllttll one of C0lLll5
boss Hex lurrsx
Football 4 Intramurals 3 4
CARL WIILMN1 HALLY gf 6 4,
Before man made us ut: ans g.,rcat nature made us
Curly one of Colchs boys Flts Dommo ful
quxet m class frequent trlps to Nlontclur Hllny
well dressed no d ltes during Footblll se xson
Football 7 3 -1 Basketball 1 7 Honors Board '3 4
Clzc sClub 3 4 Varsity Club 'B 4 Intramurals 7 'S 4
TraLk 7 4 Cabmet Dance Committee 4 Yearbook Com
nnttcc 4 Ifxrc Squad-4 Homeroom Treasurer 7 4
Iarrosse Club 3 Boys Chorus 3 4
Tlu sure! of success as Lanstancy of purpose Dtsraelr
Fun cute smlle blushes easrlx permrment I D
Xhss Allen Ed Falcone fm aduce to the
lox 4 lorn
mlm frrendshrp rmgs slu sweaters
frrendlx lunchtlme excursrons
llorluy l 7 '3 CoCaptam-1 Basketball 1 '3 Lacrosse
Honors Board-4 Glce Club I
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XIARH CWHOLXX HAH ICIXS
Lou hmff lzps and ro uxsh eyes Aldrich
XX lld p rrties welcomes the mallmen artistic 'll3llltX
industrious ssscll friend doodles mildlx
slrc lstir. household mxnmgcr Sex Isle summers
Csupids helper zcst for hfq frank wise cracks
enloss good music
Busltztlmll 7 Vzrul Chorus 7 3 -1 Girls Chorus
H111 Cross 7 3 4 School Scrum C'onumttcL 3
BARBARA HARTSHCJRN HEATH M l 3-
'Norls and lzenlss and urcathu snulcs Vllton
Peppx Lhurlmdcr dnbltcr Clpr. Xin summers 4,
H1 gang giggles loquiuous inquisitive
blonde bombshell dw us studxmg Tike out that
gum footblll widow
'llirul Chorus '3 4 Girls Chorus 7 3 4 Cheerleading,
7 'B O mu 4 Iucrr c 7 'S 4 Calmut Representatiuc
1 7 3 4 Sll1Illl!ll'llS'B0!l7'll -1 Cuhmet C'omrn1ttccs 1 '7 3
4 learbook C'omnuttL 4 School Scrucc Committee-4
Basketball 1 7
JACOB CRANT HEBBLE Ill
Thou h uc cannot out Lott them uc will out argun
thc in Johnston
Buttons sold on audit 1 L Nou look Hebbh
C 7 C nd sh urls Intr unuril chimp foul shots
5,11 ire Om of NX 1 rtz s man distinctxw. h ur cut
Nlltll st shirts lll school
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SARA BLAIR PETTIT HETHERINCTON
"Her dear flue hundred fric'1uls"-Cowper
Noted pirties . . . top-notch bowler . . . slumber parties . . .
tht top . . . sports mr . . . friendly . . . 'athletic . . . French
troubles . . . nfnturally curly h'1ir . . . song composer . . .
"Smile' . . . bomber.
Banfl-2, 3g Hockey-1, 21 Lacrosse-1, 21 Mixed Chorus-
4g Glee Club-11 Girls' Chorus-2, 3, 41 Footlmll Food Com-
mittee--ig Decorations Comrnittec-3, -lg School Service
Co1nmittee+3, -lg Real Cross-11 Yearbook Committee-L
CEUHCE l'lEXNE'l"l' IIICNUTT
'ADFIIQ thc .slow lmrgc or zlriu' tlw rnpill rar,"-DuriL'in
P1-nn Fruit . . . girls . . . crazy clancci' . . . cntc , . . sc-cn with
john . . . rctl hat ancl white- bucks . . . irregular sim- swvatvrs
. . . hot Ford , . . Suinincr School tcrror . . . int-inorics of the
junior Proin . . . host to wilcl partie-s.
Ifirv Sqmul-44 lim-lu'tlmll--1. In!mnmml.s--1, 2, 53,
XVAYNE MARVIN HOCH
"S1u'li anal .so curious un' the tfistvs of nzen.v-Alccnsizle
Klcinbcr of thc lintlcclgc "Tonights" . . . quiet . . . Elvis
Presley hair-cnt . . . chimney . . . walks to school . . . K'YVhat?"
. . .wears clcats . . . XVaync and Boh.
Intramurals-1, 22, 3, 4.
IUDITH ANN HOLLANDER
"To makc' oneself lrmutiful is K1 uniccrsal instinctfl-
Shorty . . . rainy tlay curls . . . 4'Oh, yvsfl' . . . dramatic . . .
attcinptccl knitting . . . 'knight owl" at sllnnlwr parties . . .
favorite pastiinc-hoysl . . . ont' of the Hockcy Camp
gang . . . hill of fun . . . shopping trips with the girls.
Ilockry-l. 2, 3, -lg I.11cr0.s-sc-1, 2, 3, -1. C100 Club, Vicc'
Pros-iclcrit-lg Girls' Chorus-2, 3, 4: Bluclcfriars-3, 4g Rell
Cross-lg Ilorncmom Vicc'APrc'sirlCnt-lg Band-1, 3g Foot-
lmll Fnofl Committee-44 Dance Committee-12, 3, 45 Year-
lmok Conimittcv-4g School Service Committee-3, 45 Home-
ROBERT ELLIOT HUDCINS
Was u'on't to lu' ns still as 11 n10usz'."-Flcrlcnof
Hot trombonist . . . Stronsc fan . . . quit-t in class . . . Larry,
XYaync- anal lloh . . , "l'lool4L'r" . . . avid lntrainuralist . . .
-M lvggy . . . Christer job aftvr school . . . frm-que-nts Canteen
. . . tallm-st member of the Basketball team.
Buncl-1, 2, 3, 4g Intramurals-2, 3, 45 Basketball-4.
MARY JANE HUSE 6
"HOLLY" - M I0 b Ps
'llinouglz work t rlo, and strength enougl to :lo the
"Mole" . . . Princeton week-ends . . . sense of humor . . .
blushes . . . distinctive laugh . . . "Chorus" girl . . . uXVliut's
vour trouble, bubble?" . . . cheerful . . . all-around , . . New
Hampshire summers , . . busy every minute . . . "All riLghtyf"
Hockey-lg Mixed Chorus-l, 2, 3g Secretary-Treasurer-4g
Orchestra-1, 2, 3, -lg Yearbook Erlitor-lg Honor Society-
3g Secretary-lg A Cappella Clzoir-4g Seeretary-Treasurer-
-lg Foozl Committee-lg Woodhouse Society--2, 3g Glee Club
-lg Class Secretary-3g Handbook-3,
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RICHARD LESLIE IOHNSON
"Men of few worrls are the best men."--Shakespeare
Dairy Queen summers . . . one of the Rose Tree gang . . .
deer hunting claims . . . "Rag" . . , Baseball whiz . . . curly
locks . . . Intramural Basketball champ . . . real hot Mercury
. . . bad knees . . . Eric in Chemistry.
Football-1, 4g Baseball-1, 2, 3, 4g Fire Squarl-4g Chefs
Club-44 Cafeteria Committee-2, 3, 4g Basketball-lg In-
tramurals-2, 3, 4.
LKWEESIEIE TL RNER JONES nr t H Cb 'tg
lzvery man is the maker of Ins own fortune Steele
Bones which car tonight? Hit top lNo sc l'l0ll9ly
summer on the firm I just couldnt keep 1 str llght
ace Hillbilly enthusiast flmous hieroglvphics
8 45 clash Spendthrift
Football 1 7 3 4 Basketball l 7 3 4 Track 3 4 Co
Captain Baseball 1 Cabmet 1 7 4 Homeroom Presulent
1 7 4 Class Vice President 3 Chefs Club-4 Honors
Board 3 4 Awards Committee '3 4 Band 1
BONNIE RUTH KENNEDH
"Exl1uberance is beauty."-Blake
Hails from Boston . . . friend to all . . . avid sports fan . .
tanks and tanks of tro ical fish . . , homeroom disputes
p . . .
interest in fischermen . . . happy . , . "I think he's cute"
. . . future secretary . . . smile for everyone.
Yearbook Committee-tg Assembly Committee Chairman-
4g Color Guard-4g Hockey-2, 3, 4g Homeroom Secretary-
2, 3: Cabinet Committee-4g Dance Committee--3: Girls'
Chorus-2, 3, 41 Bible Committee-1,
MICHAEL EDVVARD KERR
"No legacy is as rich as honesty."-Shakespeare
Spirit . . . "Yea, Notre Dame!" . . . hamburgers at Charlie's
. . . "Do you want to bet on that?" . . . Intramural center
. . . card games at Robinsons . . . ninth grade girls . . .
green sweater . . . older brothers . . . innocent face.
Football-lg Basketball-1, 2, 3, 4g Intramurals-2, 3, 41
Fire Squad-43 Chefs Club-11 Class Treasurer-44 Boys'
Chorus-3g Homeroom Treasurer+'3.
,IUHN RICHARD KUXIPF
A poor life this if full of care me have no tmze to stand
and stare Dames
SIIIVQ 7 15 dlshes round trip tickets strong
silt nt txpe NILCIII local TV fiend llst minute
English compositions spins coms money worries
usulllv seen in the libr lry
Intramurals 1 7 3 4 Baseball 7 Fire Squad-4
LOUIS MICHAEL LARSON
Has voice was propemerl as all the tuned spheres
Insul mee risk long hur Elaine fist talker
white bucks works ln the Acme late hours
IWGISIOI1 to Gym Lllss good dfmcer jlms big brother
Ye 1' snappy dresser pastel sweaters
SHIH-XLEX ANN LEWIS
Shes a umsome usee thing, Burns
Terrific some Bwrten troubles Historx whiz
dlSfll'lLtlXL laugh sxmplthetic ear ilu us p nrtum.,
swift Hockex wing fnendlx brothers xest
I lncoln L nn ersltv interest
Hoc ey 7 3 4 Lacrosse 3 4 Intra nurals 1 4
Garnet 3 Cabinet Committee-4 Ilzxerl Chorus-4 Girls
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ROBERT ARTHLR LONGNIAN
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S ICTORIA PRICHYIT NlacN AIR
Gentlemen prefer blondes Loos
Oh reallxg tenms fiend college men cottage
cheese for lunch pnceless remarks sun bleached haxr
college llbrars that drawer of letters summer at
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metlculous dresser good frxend Nlary Ann and
Blrbn Texas yo all cashmere sweaters
turned up nose Things are gettmg tense
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pl lccs blue Ford convertlble Slturday huntmg at
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splrklmg blue eyes devoted to the NVest
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BARBARA Ll, CINDA NMKEE
A good laugh as sunshme Thackeray
Letters from Newfoundland taxr servlce Rutledge
dances famous Fall at Connie Nlack Stadium lnlcy
poclcetbook always laughmg statlon vsagon with
termltes gulllble lwe gotta plck up the luds'
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College fratemrty partres younger brother problems
quret m class sneakers excellent taste rn everv
thmg sophnstrcated always ready wlth a helpmg
hand cat naps ln French class envlable blonde
scarab bracelets appreclatlve antlque lover
WAYNE CROTHERS NIILLER
God loueth a cheerful greer Bzble
Halls from Upland smlle for everyone Well let
me see now future pre lchcr Blrten troubles
smcker Latm lover outsrde mterest females
fun sense of humor hkes to smg Be quxet you
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JUDITH AIN IN XIORRELL
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dark eyes pllys the Held no enemies
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convertnble Blrb Student Flcultx problems
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"In the sunshine of your smile"-Smedley
Summer in England . . . "I absolutely refuseln . . . twinkling
eyes . . . outstandingly original poetry . . . Australia . . .
VVorld Friendship . . . wicked laugh . . . "I'm improving
myself culturally." . . . little plots and plans . . . "Blimeyl"
Blaclcfriars-3g Treasurer--45 Homeroom Officer-31 lVood-
house Society-1, 2, 45 Vice-President-3g W'orld Friendship
Committee-2, 41 Co-Chairman-3g Girls' Chorus-2, 35 Foot-
ball Food Committee-41 Football Ticket Co-Chairman-3g
Yearbook Staff-41 Garnet-3g Handbook-35 Intramurals-
:Zg Cabinet Committee-1, 2, 3.
JAMES WILLIAM PA1'rEasoN r ' 57'
"You have deeply ventured, b t all must do so who
would greatly winf,-Byron
Clever quarterback . . , cat trouble . . . always joking . . .
loads of fun . . . the ivy look . . . "Scratch it" . . . desert
boots . . . poems in French class . . . Romeo, a cute dog
. . . the forward look . . . "Lots of luckll'
F ootball-2, 3, 4g Track-3, 4g Basketball-2, 3g Varsity Club
-3, 4g Blackfrzlzrs-3, 4g Fire Squad-4g Chefs Club-4.
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GEORGE ULRICH PAULDING, III
"The sign of the true hearted soul is to give and to
take a good joke."-Dibdin
"The Roach" . . . bashful around girls . . . unanswerable
questions . . . everybody's friend . . . "Nice guy!" . . . fan
of Mr. VVertz . . . avidly reads science fiction . . . takes a
lot of teasing . . . "Do you think we'll have a test?"
Baseball-35 F ootball-3, 45 Blackfriars-3, 45 Chefs Club-
4g Intramurals-1, 2, 3.
EDWARD DONALD PAYNE
"Whistle and she'll come to you,"-Fletcher
Underclassmen Fan Club . . . fabulous sense of humor . . .
Germantown interests . . . life of the party . . . Elizabethtown
. . . Football star . . , "Hey, babe" . . . "Lets go to Iimmy's"
. . .cha-chaking . . . Eddie buddy . . . "But, officer!"
Baseball-1, 2, 3: Football-1, 2, 3, 4g Basketball-1, 23
Varsity Club-3, 4: Blackfriars-3, 4g Chefs Club+3, 44
Fire Squad-44 Band-1, 2, 3, 4g Boys' Chorus-3, 4.
SALLY IO PICKARD
"Pleasures a sin, and sometimes sirfs a pleasurefi-
Neat dresser . . . "You kids aren't yelling!" , . . Chester
. . . "Is Herr here todayiv' . , . always has a date . . . Ocean
City summers . . . peaches and cream complexion . . . 'iSal"
. . . blonde . , . "Hey, Blorrelllv
Cheerleading-2, 3: Co-Captain-45 Girls' Chorus-2, 3, -15
Intramurals-1, 25 School Service Committee-2.
VIRGINIA ANNE PUCH
"Gentle of speech, beneficent of lIlllld,,iH0lIlCf
Future nurse . . . uses Barb's "taxi" . . . one of the four
. . . chemistry worries . . . "Oh yeah!" . . . "No, l'm not
related to Davidln . . . cheery smilo . . . vivacious . . . page-
boy . . . Human Relations chuckles.
Intramurals-15 Girls' Chorus-2, 35 Rell Cross-3, 45 Col-
lege and Career Room Committee-3, 45 Switchboard-45
Yearbook Committee-45 Football Food Committee-45
Football Ticket Committee-85 Glee Club-1.
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MARY SUZANNE PURNELL m' 'YB-H4739 Cstfygffal
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'He who thinks the most good and speaks the least ill
of his neighbors"-Anonymous
Out of town boys . . . PMC picnics . . . friendly . . . expert
baby-sitter . . . "Hi ya!" . . . nurse of thc future . . . "I
stalled in the middle of the road again!" . . . the best kind
of friend . . . "Yaaa!" -
Blackfrairs-3, 45 Hockey-1, 2, 3, -ig I.acro.s-.se-1, 2, 3, 45
Rell Cross-1, 25 Girls' Chorus-1, 25 School Sercice Corn-
mittee-35 Intramurals-31 Football Food Committee-4:
Senior Bulletin Board-4.
DAVID CLAUDE RICHARDSON
'Some people never smile-they only grin."-Bocee
"Trot" . . . mad chemist . . . punster . . . continental look
. . . Cheshire cat grin . . . wild theories . . . illegible hand-
writing . . . revealing candids . . . a country lad . . . Dicks
undercut . . . cynic.
Mineral Club-15 Band-1, 45 SRA-3, 45 Scotfs Hi-Q-1
Yearbook Staff-45 Intramurals-1, 4g Chess Clul1+35 Black-
friars-2, 3, 45 School Service Committee-4.
REITH ALFRED RICH -KRDSON
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JL DITH ANN ROBERTSON
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CONSTANCE INEZ RLSSELL
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Clnlililuclys . . . partial to boys . . , Dr, lrxyiirs achnirvr . , ,
1-niuiiuiti-s . . . syn-ati-r Qirl . . . "Far ahuw' Cf.iyuiLa's wafvrsn
. . . sports 4-iitliiisiast . . . 5llII1llH'l'.lt thi' slum- . . . big hrothvr
fan . . . stage-s fabulous partivs.
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CUNSTANCE ELIZAl5E.'l'II SCfll'l,'l'Z
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Cuts- . . , pri-tty cycs . . . iiifvix-st iu sports , . . activv in
i-vvrytliiiiil . . . "But Larry says-N . . . svamstrvss . . .
Cuunii-'s bomb . . . high-stcppiug color guard . . , Cantuvu
chairman . . , efficient . . . clcpc-mlahlc . . . Carolyrfs buddy.
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fTnl1im'r Cuniniittvr'-41 Honors Brmrrl Sf'l'l'l'fIITifA-31 Bnskvf-
lmll-1, JZ, -lg llnckvy-lg I3l11i'kfriur.s--53, 41 Buml-4: Scliool
2Bvt!z'r .slmrt mul .s-u'1'1't flmn long unzl lax"-Kelly
A friend in noi-cl . . . family chauffeur . . . younger sister
problems . . . sultry voice . . . ballerina . . . gab sessions
. . . perpctual clicts . . . always on the telephone . . .
spohisticatccl manncr . . . frat parties . . . femme fatale.
'avr lilrirkfrizirs-3. 4: Collrfgv mul Career Room Comniittvc-3,
41 HMI Cross--31 Gnrnv!-3, -11 Girls, Cliorus-3, 41 Play
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. A . intvrvst in sports . . . popular mother . . . sharp dressvr
. . . lrii-nelly . . . little sistvr troubli-s . . , uucrmcernvcl air.
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"Curfew must not ring l0lIi,QflIl.H+TlI0f1J!?
Hawaii hound . . . a new sister , , . no trouble in finding rides
. . . uls iny hair straight yet?" . . . worships Pickle . . .
'Al got to go pick up my brother."
Baml-41 Ticket Selling-ISL Girls' Chorus-53. 4: Intramu-
ral.,--S3, 41 Dance Committee-3, 4: Basketball-3, 4g Year-
book Conimittee-41 School Seruice Comnzittee-lg School
Play Committee-13. 4: Hamllwok Committee-3.
Q YORIKO CACKS TSUCHIDA
"A constant friend is a thing rare and hard to find. --
Petite . . . ambition-to dance American style . . . hoagies . . .
studious . elder sister . . . friendly . . . Baseball fan
. . . always cold . . . musical . . . quiet . . . "May I use
Mixed Chorus-4, Red Cross-4.
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"Queen Rose of the rosebucl g rzlen of girls"-Tennyson
Seasoned traveler . . . wonderful New Year's parties . . .
skating, skating and more ice-skating . . . meticulous . . .
sophisticated . . . large pocketbooks . . , peaches and cream
complexion . . . infectious giggle . . . "Really!"
Glee Club-lg Orchestra-1, 2, 3, 44 Homeroom Officer-lg
Mixed Chorus-2, 3, -14 Class Secretary-24 Band-3, 4,
College and Career Room Committee-31 Decoration Com-
RUTH ELIZABETH VLACHOS
'Nothing great was ever achieved without enthusiasm."
"Rev" . . . casual hair-do . , . Luren's buddy . . . tropical
fish collector . . . makes her own clothes . . . vivacious
'J . . . cowboy movie fan . . . a good gunner . . . neglected
shoes . . . "Ho, Nimrod!" . . . little green hack.
ffm School Service Committee-2, 4, Red C ross-2, 31 Yearbook
N Committee-4, Football Food Committee-41 Intramurals-
. 2, 3: Lacrosse-2, 3, -1, Cabinet Committee-ig Homeroom
Officer-2g Girls' Chorus-2, 3, 4.
SYLVIA MARIA VON SCHUCHIING
Softly speak and snnle Arlzlzson
Always late for gym cous1n of Bea Schoenberg
cute clothes Princeton cllss rmg always a frrendly
JANIES YOLNC XOICT
Studxes serue for rlelxglzt for ornament and for abzlxty
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OSEPH ACKSON WALTER
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Inrlustru ls the parent of sucness Proverb
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Treasurer 7 Football Statzsttcum 7 3 4 Prog.,ram Editor
J 4 Varslty Club 3 4 Cabmet Committee--4 Scotts
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ANNE TOXILINSON YY ELSH
Smcertty and trutlz are thc basis of euery urtue
Peppx Xir Falcones friend xoungest twm
Collx' proxes her pomt on All mltters strnunch
Democrlt XX heres Hole? VVelshs words of
xusdom smiles smiles smlles Good grae
Homeroom O wer 1 4 World Frzerulslup Committee 3
Hockey 1 7 Manager-4 Lacrosse 1 7 Glrls Chorus
7 '3 CalJznetC0mm1ttee-4 Honors Board Secretary-4
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NIICIIAEL NORTON YAKROXV
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College and Career Room Committee-4.
5 IN MEMORIAM
,A 3 HARRY PALBIER TARR
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