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That certain Jpot! around the .fchool became more familiar to u!, during our four year
ftay, than other! wa! inevitabledz It'! hard to explain juft whyb' Perhap! it wa! due to
5 Q the nature o the activitie! carried one' Then a ain, it nzifht have been becau!e 0 the 5293
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THE SENIOR OFFICES' Originally intended for the occupation of the lMlJ.f6.f Hingf-
burg and Segal, thi! !pot had to be expanded to hou!e the !enior 0fftl'?l'.f, their private
J'6C'1'8ft1l'l6.f, and the general publicd' A! h6tZdqZltZI'f6I'J for the purchafing of fifkglf to
IV.P.A. !how!, Red Letter Hop!, Operetta!, and Faculty Frolicf, it did a tremendou!
bIlJI7Z6.fJ'v3z To add to thi! orerbnrdenin load, it wa! al!o made the Lo!t and Found Room, 'W'
the N .Y.A. relief Jtation, and the meeting place of alumni J' When celebrity election time
came around, fh70J'6' in charge were confronted with the problem of how to control two
hundred fifty candidate! and manager!, who mobbed the ojfce till ojjhcial re!ult! were
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RSF THE PUBLICATIONS OFFICE5 Here, the HCldJ'J'lL", as well a! "Topic.r" wa! Q33
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Qfggil planned, written, and edrtede' The permanent propertze! were, Jznce time irnrnemorial, 25,93
an artzftzc bulletin board, four well-worn de!h!, three battered Iyf76Il'l'Il6I'.f, and an official- 3533
looking fling cabinetdz The SL-:1fl6'I'6uI 7724111 of boohf, paper!, ruler!, !ci!!or!, empty pa!te
bottlef, and unidentified rubbi!h, were only temporary thingf, which accumulated in the
grim time that ela !ed between each "To ic!" i!!ue-2' Irnrnediatel ollowin the date o W3
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Q publication, the!e lbltlgf were dutifully .fwept away by cub reporterf, who promptly
gg received romotion! a! a reward or their e OVZJH9' In addition to a ufell-.rized Jta , the Q33
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TSIJ: place wa! contznuall y be!1eged by !tranger!-!tudent fault-finder! and faculty member! :wi
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THE G.O. OFFICEG' lVhere one Re meet! another!! The be innin o the term
gong 6' 3 .Q,.
ound it in the rnid!t o election! and a colo!!al G.O. Membershi Drive -2' V9 5 G.O. 3833
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323: Rep! handing in due!, the I'6qlll.fllI072 Jlipf coming in, and-money going outfa' A! each
old term ended, a new one Sldl'l6d' the whole complicated 'll!07'kJ all over againez
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THE DETENTION ROOM-9' Regardle!! of creed, color or previou! record for
'W' fervitude, all were admitted to it! old! ree o char eb' No difcrirnination wa! allowed
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in the rnajorityebf For !o1ne unknown reafon on Tue!day!, following Monday'! Mu!ic 88,
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In the Jpau of an entire lifetime, we Jeldom pnd a Jhort period of four yearr jqlled
?Q? more completely with memorable incidenty than the yearf rpent in high rchoolab' AJ under-
gag? graduate! we eagerly awaited the day when we could Jpeak of high Jchool in the part
tenfe, but now that "Der Tag" hay arrived, we realize that many of thore part yearf were 22?
yearf of enjoyrnentrb'
Excluding the regular Jeven periodf a day, there were numerous' eventr that are bound
to prove unforgettable, like walking to Jchool every morning through the barren and empty
waftef of Eait Flatbufh, till we reached a white .ftructure in Renaiffance architecture,
Samuel fone! Tilden High School, riting like a colonuf in the middle of nowhered' It
feeiny juft a Jhort time ago that goatr and horrer were feeding in uninterrupted pafture on
the very Jpotd' But yearf parted and then, like toadrtooly after a Jprin g rain, tiny dorniciley
began to bloom on the vacant lotr that Jurrounded the lonely-looking Samuel fi' We 333
mined thofe convenient Jhort-cut5'3 And then, finally, in our Jenior year, we watched
them tear down the deferted little Church-houye-on-the-Highway, oppoxite "Ptomaine
1oe'5 Grub Wagon"G'
We'll never forget thore GO. campaign Jpeechef 6' G' ve' that firft Tilden football
game, and the thrill of Jeeing the Blue and Gray in uniform G' 1-9' J' "Tilden TopicJ", a
miniature New York Timer, with ity unfortunate newy column! J' 3 5 charnpionfhipr
in fwimming 3 -2' -9' thrilling bafketball gamer 5 -J' 3 more chanzpionrhipf in hareball
G' 3 -2' more woe! in football H ab! -Al the pairing of the Court of Arbitration
22' V9 '29 the Student Parliament, acting Jtrangely firnilar to the City Council G' '29 22' the
hilarioux Minstrel Show 6' 25' -2' enchanting "Yellow LanternJ"' G' Q5 L5 .rolernn and dig-
niped Arirta inrtallationf, featuring only "the bert" Q3 9' J5 "Faculty FrolicJ" and the
rceney of Peckin"Pedagogue5 who cart afide verb conjugationf, theoremf, and corollarief,
in favor of the Big Applet'
Then, after three yearr of it, we became .veniorf 5 V9 13 yearbook picturex and difap-
pointed beautiey demanding retakef J' 5 ve' the Senior Hop with jam, joy, and jubilation
1-wmjng bjgtg .3 .5 219' Red Letter Day, faturated with crimfon carnationr, tier, Jarhef, and
drefref, prankf and practical joker topped hy that Scarlet splurge, the Red Letter Hop
'99 Q5 ve' the Senior Swing, featuring thofe talented Tofcaninif of Swing, thofe torrid,
terrific Tilden Troubadorx at 6' '29 unforgettable Clary Day with ity fide-.rplitting comedy,
Jatire, and Jong 5 -2' -3 celebrity electiony and our Jhare of anxiety and excitement
-5 5 sb' the opening of the new Tilden field J' J' 6' the Dinner-Dance, a lart farewell
with Joft mutic, formal attire, and the dazzling brilliance of the Colonnade Room 13 3 5
dancing in a cloring tribute to four yeart of happineff J' at C' then, the pnal and official
act, the graduation ceremony, .rolemn yet gay, laughter mixed with teaixrv'
Memorief 15 .5 -9' beautiful, never to be forgotten mentorier -J' '29 Q' memorier
J' 9' -2' meinorief fe' 19' J' rneinorief in Q5 -2'
MEYER A. KLIEGMAN
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