Townsend Harris High School - Crimson Gold Yearbook (Flushing, NY)
- Class of 1930
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On addrng thrs book to the ever growlng 11st of what
Charles Lamb termed books whrch are no books
Bzblza abzbl rt seems proper to explarn on wha
grounds thrs, the latest Crrmson and Gold makes 1tS clarm
to berng both useful and yustrflable and for what reasons rt
For, rn our op1n1on a Senror magazrne, such as thrs, 1S
both useful and justrfiable As the record of our class, of
rts trrals rts farlures, and 1ts ultrmate successes rt rs to the
undergraduates a shrnrng lrght to gurde them on to even
greater successes And for the Senrors, members of the
Class of une 1930 men who 1n a short whlle w1ll leave
these walls If performs another and strll more valuable
functron It rs the brrdge whrch spans the gap of trme and
lrnks wrth tender memorres the boy of today and the man
that wrll be
The turn of events has grven thrs volume another functron
whrch If was not, at flrst, our rntentron to grve rt That of
chronrcles of our school For the Harrrs of yesterday and to
day wrll tomorrow be no more By the move to Twenty thrrd
Street the Townsend Harrrs Hall that we now know wrll
cease to exrst And lest rt perrsh sprrrtually as well as
phvsrcally we have attempted to make of thrs book a chron
rcle and a record To th1s end we have placed herern an
rncreased number of prctures, enlarged the lrterary depart
ment by addrng to the amount of storres and estabhshrng a
poetry and humor department, and have rncluded a hrstory
The aforementroned rncrease rn the srze of the lrterature
sectron IS one of the chref features of thrs magazrne Hereto
fore an almost entrtely neglected department we have
attempted If to the hrgh POSIIIOD whrch IS rrghtfully 1tS
For, as the chref medrum of student ewcpressron lrterature
has an exceedrngly great place rn all student actrvrtres I
15 the soul and the sprrrt of Townsend Harrrs Hall the
rnterpreter of progress and the mrrror of rdeals
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Harrrs may be dated back to the beffrnnrng of the Free Academy
By act of the State Legrslature on May 7 1847 the proposal of Town
send Harrrs to establrsh the Academy was passed and approved rn a
general referendum that une In November the Academy burldrng
at Tvx enty thrrd Street and Lexrngton Avenue was begun
The course proper was scheduled to take four years but an
Introductory Year was consrdered necessary to brrdge the gap be
tvs een elementary school and Academy Thus the first class entered
the Introductory department on anuary 15 1849 and drd not become
students of the Academv rtself untrl a year later Always there was
marntarned a drstrnctron between the Introducts and the rest of
In 1870 a separate burldrnv was erected to house the sub Freshman
department and rn 1871 Mr Davrd Burnet Scott was appornted
Overcrowdrng menaced the college rn the nrnetres Annexes part
trme sessrons and offrce lofts were resorted to trde the college over un
trl the new burldrngs on St Nrcholas Terrace whrch had been made
At the end of the century the Board of Regents demanded that the
College lengthen rts course rn accordance wrth the current trend It
was finally agreed to gradually lengthen the course to seven years
bv subdrvrdrng the sub Freshmen year rnto srx terms The class of
anuary 1908 was the frrst to complete the course rn the requrred
The Academrc Department was now definrtely separated from
the College under Prof ohn R Srm the Professor rn charge
Frnally rn September 1905 Townsend Harrrs Hall was made
ready for Part occupancy and a year later the entrre school was rn
stalled rn the burldrng named as Pres Frnley sugvested after the
man to whom the college owes rts foundatron
Srnce 1906 the Hrstory of Townsend Harrrs Hall has been a
steady unruffled flow Few changes have been made although a
wealth of tradrtron has grown lrke the rvy about the burldrnff The
greatest development has been rn the extra currrcular freld yet the
college lrberty of Harrrsrtes has not been harmful Harrrs has ever
marntarned a record for scholarshrp unexcelled rn the State
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MR JAMES E FLYNN MR ROBERT H ALLES
MR ALBERT P DANDREA MR LOUIS R TRILLING
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O the unrtrated the Senror rs descrrbecl bv the one vrord self Self esteem
rng self respectrng selfrsh he rs, to sav the least, a not very prarseworthv
character He rs or erbearrnff scornful, and cynrcal
Yet, to those who knovx hrm, to the undergraduate, the Senror has none
of those trarts of character whrch the outsrder clarms hrm to have As the
leader rn extra currrcular actrwrtres acme of scholarly perfectron paragon of
vrrtues he rs the rdol of the lower classmen All look up to hrm He rs
respected revered and derfied
For to be a Senror rs to be an actor It rs to present two characters to
the world to go throuvh lrfe wearrng a mask And rt so happens that rn
thrs case nerther character presented by the Senror rs hrs true one, or could
ever be For strange as rt may seem the Senror rs not a type but an rndrvrdual
And berng an rndrvrdual he cannot be descrrbed rn the mass
But howsoever they may drffer there rs one way rn whrch all Senrors
are surprrsrngly alrke That rs rn therr attrtude towards the school Outwardly
thrs attrtude rs a deprecratrng one To the Senror Harrrs appears to be an
old dump the faculty muvs , the students hams , and rts only prarse
worthy act graduatrng hrm
As a matter of fact the Senror s attrtude towards the school rs best under
stood when rt rs realrzed that after three years, the place has become a part
of hrm The realrzatron that rts control wrll soon leave hrs hands and that
lower classmen wrll take hrs place rs a Oallrnv one and he attempts to mrnrmrze
hrs comrng loss by deprecratrng rt
Another explanatron for thrs mav be found rn the great prrde whrch hrs
comrng graduatron grves the Senror Graduatron rs to hrm an achrevement
the culmrnatrng achrevement of hrs lrfe and he feels proud of rt Thrs prrd
becomes wrth hrm a feelrng of superrorrty Hrs work rs the best What he
has done rs unsurpassable Is rt surprrsrng then that he has nothrng but utter
contempt for the lowlv lower classmen who even attempt to surpass hrs accom
plrshments9 ls rt surprrsrng that he rs boastrnv and egotrstrcal?
But asrde from thrs the resemblance between the Senrors ceases N0
two are alrke Among thern rs the strong, srlent man the class athlete both
lrlced and lrkrng, the bustlrng club man the hrgh brow, scorned by hrs fellows
and scornrng lrkewrse, or, the average fellow, the rank and frle of the group
All are Senrors
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MELXIN GOODMAN Pfefzdear
JEROME BUSLIK Vzre Prefzdenl
VICTOR BIKALES Secretary
BERT RAPPAPORT Tfeafzlfef
DANIEL HIRSCHL G O Delegate
MELVIN GOODMAN Prefzdent
HENRY BLOCK Vice Pzefzdent
BERT RAPPAPORT T1eaIare1
DANIEL HIRSCI-IL G O Delegate
VINCENT MONTALBANO Pfemlenl
HENRY BLOCK Vzce Pfefzelefzt
VICTOR BIKKLES Secfetafy
BERT RAPPAPORT Treafurer
CHARLES ORDMAN G O Delegaze
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VINCENT MONTALBANO Prefzdemf
FRED SCHNEIDER Vzce Pfefzdent
VICTOR BIKALES Secretary
BERT RAPPAPORT Tfeafalev
HAROLD KLEIN G O Delegate
MELVIN GOODMAN Pfemlenl
GEORGE MCDERMOTT Vzee Pfefzdent
BERT RAPPAPORT Tfeafzner
CHARLES ORDMAN G O Delegate
MELVIN GOODMAN P1eIza'enz
G O Delegate
CLASS SERVICE PINS
VICTOR BIKALES ....,......,......I....,......... Secretary EDWARD SCHLESSINGER ...,.. . .......I Secretary
ABRAMS IRVING Columbm
The Hd7fIJ enrzng team
Capt Vars Fencrng Vars Fencmg Block
ABRAMS MELVILLE F Columbra
Lzke an eleezrzr clock aluayr uznnzng
Vars Track 3 Vars Swrm Mgr Track
HTT Fresh Swrm Law and Deb Soc
Aero Club Sect Box BB
ABRAMSON DAVID C C N Y
Szlenre If Golden Hello Shylorh
Glee Club Q31 Sect Deb Hank Chron
lcal Hank Span French Clubs
AHRENS FRED C C N Y
He :rn t to had uhen zz comer to alhlelzrr
Eng Rep Asso Ed Spectator Var B B
Class B B Var Show Rep Ath Com
ALBER GEORGE N Y
Doefnl even hnow heamr keep Zhe moon
ARIESSOHN ARTHUR M C C N Y
Aznl he handJo1ne9 O roufre her got a
TD Q31 I.1b Sq Dramatrc Arts and Let
ASKENAS JOSEPH C C N Y
joreph Arhenar rondnrlzng zhe firrz feczzal
of the Phzlhaffnonzr
Eng Rep Q21 Orch Q31 Harmonrca Band
Leader Q21 Class Servrce Pm Vars and G O
Sales Ed Sect Paper Q21 Pub Mgr Art
Soc Art Law and Deb Soc
BARROWS CI-IARIES C Columbla
Some mnrzrzanl Born with dfnrnr In hzr
earr and played on the Lznolennz at the
lender age of zhfee
Sec Orch Orch Q41 Ed Aero Beacon
Aero Scr Math Hank Soc Sect Paper
BIGMAN STANLEY K C C N Y
IVhy 15 thy name ro dece11x1ng9
French Law and Deb Span Math and Stamp
BIRALES VICTOR W N Y
HIIDZOIOHI ar you all can see
Smart uell not exactly
Secy G O Secy Class Q51 Var Soccer
HAF Vars Show Pres German Club
Class Servrce Pm Chmn Rally Boatrtde
Banquet Comm Adv Mgr Spectator
Chmn Sen Assembly Comm Vars Swrm Sq
Class Swrm Team Tn Soccer Germ Fme
BINDER JEROME N Y
Social Dnertof o the Afro:
Entertamment 41 Socral Funt Banquet
Rally Com Rally Entertamment Vars Soc
cer Trr Soccer Sect Soc Box
BLANKSTEIN SAUL C C C N Y
The Stein Jong o Blanh zz 1ll now he Jang
hy Rudy Vallee
Vars Track Golf Sq Class B B Prog
Mgr Aero Club Assoc Ed and Ed Aero
Chronrcle Aero Span Cur Hrst Stamp and
Com Clubs C and G Sales Sect Box Assoc
BLOCK HENRY C C N Y
IVho hfohe no pfomzte refzxed no puzfale
Who gazned g1eaz zzller uho loft no
Ed Bd Stadrum Assoc
Q4 Eng Rep Q2 Mgr Vars
Soc Vars BB HAF HBB Champ
Class B B Assoc Foot Q21
Basketball Chmn Ath Q51
Awards Q21 Com Banquet Com Class Num
erals Setyrce Pm Vars Show Sales German
Club Founder Pub Fmance Course
Class Q 3 1
Fresh B B
BRAMSON MORRIS C C N Y
An expert on zgzner not :hole
Al Team Math French Chess and Check
Law and Deb Soc Sect Chess Box Soc
BUDOVSKY ELICK C C N Y
I he ual' nozry at he If srndzonr wed all
he deaf hy now
Germ Prrze Pres Classzcal Soc Vrce Pres
Math Soc Prog Mgr German Club Sr Prn
Com Class Deb Photo Ed C and G Bus
Bd Ed Bd rn Chref Der Beobachter
Capt Sect Deb Chess and Checker Eng Lrt
Soc Alg Sq
BUSLIK JEROME N Y U
He I om zre Qhorhey man
Adv Mgr C and G Vrce Pres Class Ath
Com Q41 Awards Com Q21 Mgr Vars
Soc H A F Vars B B Fresh B B Class
Champ Soccer Class B B Assoc Foot Ital
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and French Clubs Vrce Pres Art Soc Secy
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Phrlatelxst Span and French Medals
CHATOFI' ALEX C C N Y
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allou z rerond hand on bln urzrt ualrh
Stamp 8: Corn German Camera Clubs
COHN WALTER C C N Y
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sleep befzde ll
Vars Lacr H L T Sr Councrl Class Pm
Com Class Chess Pub Mgr Stamp and
Corn Club Span Club Capt Sect Chess and
Check Sect Box Soc Assoc Foot Deb
CURRAN GEORGE C C N Y
We never knew Irzrhmen uere rophzftz
Vars Lacr H L T Asst Mgr Lacr Adv
Bd C and G Class Soccer Football Champ
Sect Soccer Football Trr Soccer Vars Show
Sales Sect Teams Cur Hrst German
Aero Stamp and Corn Clubs
DAVIS JOSEPH C C N Y
Wherz he growr up her gozng to bay
a Jehool and berome the prznfzpal
Pres Treas Stamp and Com Club German
French Math Law and Deb Soc
DEITZ WILLIAM C C N Y'
Oh dark hazred youth please lell ar why
The girls look on and heave a Jzgh
Eng Rep Vars Track Q21 Trl Track Socral
Func Awards Com Cur Hrst Soc Capt
Sect Box Sect B B Box Assoc Foot Soc
DISSIN BENJAMIN C C N Y
Fall many a gern wa: born lo blurb
Pub Mgr Classxcal Soc T D Germ
Stamp and Corn French Clubs German Club
Play Sect Box
DODES IRVING C C N Y
Though he paris hzr halr zn the mzddle
Her qazle a wonder wzzh a fiddle
Pres Pub Mgr Math Soc Vrce Pres Pres
Pub Mgr Concert Mgr Orch Pub Mgr Alg
Sq T D C41 Prog Mgr Germ Club Ass
Fd Rostra Assoc Ed Beobachter Q21
DOWLING JAIVIES E C C N Y
A raznbow man under a blaze of glory
Secy Pub Mgr Span Club French Span
Jr New Clubs Span French Club Rep
DUBIN EDWARD C C N Y
He doern I care or gals wzlh brown eyef
He llher them ullh greenbarhr
Humor Ed C 8: G C21 Humor Ed Oracle
HJ Class B B Champ Sect Soc L A
Banquet Entertamment Span Club
DUMMETT LOUIS F C C N Y
Men o few words are lhe ber! men
French Glee Math Dram Clubs Sect Box
EDELMAN BERTRAM C C N Y
On Convent Ave where pearhef grow
There uni a gzrl he doesnt know
Eng Rep Vars Track B B Sports Ed
Spectator Class B B Assoc Foot Soc
French .span Clubs Classrcal and Law 8:
Foot Class Numerals Capt Senror B B
Nez er laflered never hurried always tool
Baseball Squad Sect Teams Dram Hatrk
FEINSTEIN LESTER C C N Y
Fore' Bobby Jones Secona
Mgr Vars Golf Vars Golf Q41 Ten
Fresh B B Alg Sq Math Scrence Classr
cal Soc Rostra Sect Box Soc Assoc
Foot Chess Deb Paper
FISCHMAN WILLIAM C C N Y
One :lab zwo heartr zhree clabr three
hearzr four clabr
Cur Hrst Classrcal Arts 8: Letters Germ
Soc Ed Bd Rostra Sect Soc Vars Golf
For her a jolly good ellow whzfh no
body ran deny
Eng Rep Class Assoc Germ Cur Hlst
Aero Clubs Sect Assoc Foot B B Box
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GERSTEIN IRVING N Y
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Sect Bowrball Deb Ass Foot Soccer Punch
ball German Cur I-I1st Dram Hank
GIBSON XWILLIAIVI C C N Y
E07 VI G M S50 OOO to unite rcenenor
2nd Prrze C 8: G Short Story Contest
Wrnner Eng Lrt Soc Short Story Contest
Ass Ed Lrterary Lantern Sect Box Soc
Ed Sect Paper Dram Soc Span Eng Lrt
GLASS WILLIAM I C C N Y
Hu nzmer me lzee eLe1 zlfey ure Jo
T D Ass Ed Rostra Class Non Ath
Com Vars B B Track Tenms Champ
Sect Assoc Foot and Box Eng L1t Hank
Classrcal Stamp 8: Corn Soc
GLUSSMAN MORRIS Columbra
Heh' om dzfcovefer 0 me fouftn dzmen
Jzon and perpeznal :notion
D -I Vars Swrm J Lacr
L T T Fen Sq C3 Fr
Class Swrm Q35 Chess 8: Check Club
GOGOLICK CHARLES C C N Y
Ownr su zrzenz golden Szlenre Zo be
lulre ez millionaire
Ass Ed Der Beobachter Class Chess
Team Sect Boxball Soc Deb Vars Team
Sq German Scrence Chess 6: Check Clubs
GOLDSTEIN ROBERT C C N Y
An amznble fellow o conrrzentzonr lozl
Vars Soc H A F Class Baseball Sect
Teams Arrsta Awards Comm Ger Classr
GOLOB EUGENE O Columbra
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Eng., Rep Serv Pm Comm Chmn Non Ath
Com Q21 Class Chess Chess 8c Check Club
Wrnner Fnst Prrze Brggest News Of The
Week Contest Sect Deb Mgr Sect Soccer
GOODMAN MELVIN D C C N Y
A deonle1 nl lbw and llnnfeef lr be
In nfl Ilaerer nollazng lae can! be
Pres Class 45 EclrnCh1ef Stadrum Mgr
Fd C 8: G Assoc Ed Stadrum Ed Bd
Staclrum Q21 Assoc Ed Handbook Ed
1nCh1ef Spectator Q93 Secy Law 8: Deb
Vrce Pres Treas Cur Hrst Soc Ed1nCh1ef
Forum Harrrs Seruce Prn Class Servrce Pm
A s Ed C E C Capt Champ Class Deb
Class Deb UD Arrsta Banquet Awards
BoatR1de Comm Sect Teams Hank Eng
L1t Law 8r Deb Cur I-Irst Soc
GFAETZ ADOLPI-I N Y U
Some wlldzn' Cntr elnrrer rn fonerpond
ence school by mazlzng empty enneloper
Clrc Mgr Stadrum Eng Lrt Law 8: Deb
GREENFIELD JONAS C Columbla
The 5164771 In loef f0 ee
Eng Rep Vars Track B B Capt Sect
B B Box Soc Assoc Foot Fresh B B
Cur Hrst Hank Soc
HALSBAND ISIDORE Columbra
Contenzjwonny o Dfleref Shaw and Nzrla
Pres Soc Arts Sc Letters Pres Eng L1t
Vrce Pres Dram Soc Pub Mgr Eng Lrt
Prog Mgr Dram Soc Ed 1nCh1ef Lrterary
Lantern Sect Deb Cur Hrst Soc
I-IANDELSMAN ARTHUR N Y U
Flofn rhofl pontr lo Senzof
Vars Track Sq Fresh Track Ed 1nCh1ef
The Chessmate Classrcal Soc Span Club
HART DAVID C C N Y
Ddzej r got V1 Hair of gold
Vars Lacr Track Eng Rep Class Track
Baseball Soccer Teams Trr Soccer Chmn
Ath Comm Const Comm Stamp 8: Corn
HASPEL EFRY Georgra Tech
What nl Math finden! 2 Pznn tZIEl6777Zl72E
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Sr Councrl Trl Soc Vars Show Germ
Hank Math Clubs Capt Sect Chess Sect
Deb Box Soc
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The zmpzralmn or a tuo Jeated roadrter
Capt Vars Track Vars Track Q31 Class
Track Assoc Foot B B Ath Mgr Sect
Sect B B Bow French Span Clubs
HORNE LEROY U of Chrcago
A Rlh Rah hog
Cheer Sq Vars Sales C 8: G Sales
Cur Hrst Soc Y M C A Sect eb
HOWARD MYRON U of Penn
Lord Myron of Howard
Eng Rep Germ Club Law 8: Deb Soc
Sect Box B B Assoc Foot
ISAACS FREDERICK C C N Y
A handle of wzrdomw
Span Chess 8: Checker Clubs Arts 8: Letters
JACOBY BURTON Penn State
He lover athlezzcr lzhe chef: and chechen
Ass Mgr Vars Soccer H A F Bus Bd
C 8:G Vars Track Sq Ed Bd Spectator
Entrance Exam Comm Pub Mgr Cur Hrst
Soc French Club Sect Box Assoc Foot
Soccer Chess 8: Checkers Paper
KAPLAN RUBIN C C N Y
French rladenz par azz Any leather J
Vars Show German Club Q31 Sect Box
KARPEL MARTIN C C N Y
One 0 the Orange boy! Orange gozng
to lend me your homework
C 8: G Vars Show Sales Glee Aero Scr
KATZ HARVEY U of Mrchrgan
Whaz rororzly wzll you join?
Vars Ten Sq Vars Show Sales C 8:
Sales Alg Sq Class Chess Entrance Exam
Com Math Law 8: Deb Stamp 8: Corn
Chess 8: Check Ital Hank Soc Sect Box
B B Soc Deb
KAUFFMAN LOUIS C C N Y
Ajax? N0 not hzm
Inf Bur Aero Cur Hrst Math Soc Vrce
Eres Sect Eng Club Sect Soc Box Assoc
KENSLER CHARLES A C C N Y
The anrwer to Dzogener rearrh an honerl
C 8: G Vars Show Sales Entrance Exam
Com Sect Bow: B B Soc Assoc Foot
KERN DONALD Q Madrrd
The original Don 0
Ed C 8: G Ed Assoc Ed ec
Sr Councrl Ass Mgr Track Team
B B Sq Orch French Cur Hrst
and Law 8: Deb Soc Sect Box
Foot Chmn Socral Funct Com
KERNFR EDGAR Harvard
High urde and handrorne
Class Numerals Class B B Foot Swrm
Soccer Vars Soccer Track B B Squads
Vars Chess Sect Teams Q25 Ed Sect
Secy Sect Eng Club
KLATZKIN ARTHUR S C C N Y
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Founder Dram Soc Vrce Pres Prog Mgr
Pub Mgr Dram Soc Eng Lxt Dram
Germ Scrence Soc L1b Sq Dram Soc
KLEIN LOUIS N Y
Keep that rrhool gnl ronzplexmn
Germ Hank Cur Hrst Sc1 Stamp 8: Corn
Arts 8: Letters Soc Sect Soc Box
KOMMEL HERBERT C C N Y
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Stamp 8: Corn Club Sect Box Deb
KRASHES H STANLEY C N Y
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Vars Track Sq Capt Sect Box Sect Box
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ROGERS EDWARD W C C N Y
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SCHWEITZER SEYMOUR C C N Y
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SHANES HERBERT N C C N Y
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SONKIN ISIDORE C C N Y
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STERNIC MARTIN C C N Y
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Compzlea' 10111 the balloly cast by th Eclzlofzal B0a1cl
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Most Popular ake Lanclmaa
Drd Most for School Gem e Falzoa
D1d Most for Class Leo Can elcl ake Ffzeclman
Best Athlete Dave He I
Fmest Personahty oe Fzlzpalfzck
Most Capable 1111 Rollymaf
Most Conscrennous Tbeoplazle Dambac
Most Modest Bzll Twy
Most Cyn1eal Al Senfmef
Most Concerted Al Senftnef
Least Apprecrated Clmf Mama
Wrttrest Lan y Taab
Handsomest zmmy Flynn
Best Dresser Ecl Maaclewlle
Most Brrllrant jake Laaalman
Class Pests Congfatalatzom Gentlemen 0 the Facally
Favorlte Newspaper N Y Evenzng Gfaplazc
Favorrte Weekly Flymw Detective Stories
Favorrte Monthly Magazine Tme Romancex
F avor1te Actress Nancy Ca110ll
Favor1te Play Follies 0 1922
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T was only upon the contrnued
exhortatrons of both parents and
physrcran that we decrded to attend,
as our first recreatron rn three years,
a performance by Sheepshead mas
ter prestrdrgrtator and medrum
At the theater we were enjoyrng
the spectacle when the trme arrrved
for the trrck of the evenrng Lrke
all good members of hrs professron,
Sheepshead rmmedrately called for
the cooperatron of hrs audrence, ask
mg rf anyone would allow hrmself to
be put rnto a trance urte accus
tomed to such a practrse after seven
terms at Townsend Harrrs Hall we
volunteered although only after he
had promrsed to brrng us back to
our old state whrch, as we have sard
was not much of an rmprovement
The agreement berng made we
rmmedrately got down to busrness
One tall fellow rn balloon pants
grabbed us by the neck whrle another
Hrndu, wrapped rn a patch work
qurlt, manhandled us as rf we were
a package marked Fragrle I
fact, the entrre process resembled a
physrcal exam at school, only one
drdnt have to answer any stuprd
questrons After they had us straght
Jacketed Sheepshead began to mut
ter somethrng whrch sounded almost
as bad as a first term German
We were roamrng the streets of
New York, pockets bulgrng wrth
money, but at the same trme, frrend
less, forsaken, and wrth a heart sad
rn rts yearnrng for the frrends we
knew at TH H Frnally we bought
a second hand copy of the Frehert,
when, much to our drsgust, our eyes
met an eleven column artrcle wrrtten
by Henry Block, and rllustrated by
Dunbar Roman, on the rns and out
of the Peruvran sewer system
Unconscrously we opened to the
feature sectron but, too lazy to rarse
our half closed eyes to the top of
the page we began to read And
although many Representatrves do
not realrze the true relatron of
Whats thrs we asked ourselves
Ha' As we thought Melvrn Good
man rs wrrtrng another drssertatron
Desrrrng somethrng of a lrghter
vern we decrded to see a musrcal ex
travaganza We opened to the
theater page and there rn bold type
was a dramatrc crrtrcrsm of Brkales
new presentatron Horrrfyrng the
Amerrcan Grrl, wrth Scotty McDer
Ah here rs the thrng sard we
breakrng rnto a run But whats
thrs? Well well so thrs rs the Wrllv
Van Rosebroeck Funeral Chapel?
And Vmcent Montalbano rs Socral
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boys would carry out whatever un
dertakrng came therr way
At last after escapmg two trucks
and a sedan we reached the subway
station and recervrng the wrong
change we looked up to drscover the
agent was none other than Bert Rap
paport up to h1s old tricks
We began to walk lersurely to
wards the wartrng tra1n when ZOW1Cl
pack us 1n the car Glancmg over
our shoulder we not1ced Charley
Ordman glrmmermg from beh1nd a
subway guards badge No sooner
had the tram begun when we heard
a crash felt a wrndow pane on our
head and smelled a tenfic odor But
as we had expected rt was none
other than the playful and rndustrr
ous Maxwell Wertzman revolver 1n
one hand and a mrxture of sulphur
and z1nc rn the other tryrng to de
termrne the respectrve strengths of
In a short trme the tram arrrved
at Trmes Square and alrghtrng we
proceeded to the street There on
the corner was a large crowd 1n the
center of whlch stood Kurt Lehman
on a da1s by Krrkman swayrng the
assemblage w1th those 1mmortal
words Step up folks only a drme
At the theater we were greeted
by the flat nasal Yeah of Edward
Schlessrnger actually 1n office Even
1f lf was only a box office he had
still the laugh on Danny Hrrschl
and erry Buslrk who were st1ll run
nrng up and down the a1sles search
lrghts 1n hands
In sprte of jerrys drfficulty 1n
read1ng numbers and after berng
ousted from f1ve drfferent places
we finally seated ourselves rn the last
row of the second balcony After
readrng the short story rn the pro
gram wrrtten 1nc1dentally by the
far famed Wrlham Grbson we wart
th1s9 Well we ll be darned 1f If
1sn t Edgar Kerner prernrer danseur
and the Amado Canton Grrls
Thus rt was that we decrded that
New York was too far gone We
then boarded a shrp manned by
Meltzer and Lavrne of aquatxc fame
We soon became desperately 111
and upon awakenrng we thought
we were 1n heaven But no we
were merely feast1ng our eyes on the
wh1te garb and angel1c features of
jack Wolfson the Sh1PS steward
We finally awoke and saw a man
who seemed strangely fam1l1ar Its
Sheepshead' No Sheepshead rsnt
Sheepshead at all It IS only Don
Kern 1n drsgurse
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A LETTER FROM THE DIRECTOR
April 17th 1930
Gentlemen of the Class of June 1930
The year book of june 1930 will ever hold a unique position in the annals
of Townsend Harris Hall for it will serse to epitomize the activity of our
school during the period of its existence that began with the location of the
old Free Academy on the present site in 1907 At this time following the
suggestion Dr John H Finley then president of the College the building
occupied by the Sub Freshmen was called Townsend Harris Hall And
now with the impending remox al to 23rd Street our school is about to turn
the page of another chapter in its history To many alumni of the College of
the City of New York the return to the downtown site of the preparatory
school will for sentimental considerations appear a most happy move t
Harrisites separation from the uptown campus cannot fail to brmg regrets
But even these regrets should be considerably lessened by the prospects of the
For your Director too this issue of Crimson and Gold will always have
an unusual significance and will be pleasingly reminiscent of a very happy
year of work at Harris Staff and students have been exceedingly gracious
and considerate of the stranger that came among them at the opening of
the Fall semester The honor of be1ng deemed worthy of a dedicatory mes
sa e is a high one and greatly appreciated I only trust that I may continuc
to deserve your good will and respect
And now to the members of the Class of june 1930 under whose im
mediate direction is being published this edition of Crimson and Gold may
I extend my heartiest good wishes for success in the continuance of your
studies In building the superstructure of your education we instructors
earnestly hope you will find that the foundation stones have been well laid
and as you go forth from these halls that with the poet you can say
Somelzme p61Z7LZPf zt wzll be nz pleasure Z0 767729772587 these tbzngr
GEORGE M FALION
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SHORT STORY CONTEST
By WILLIAM GIBSON
E WAS nervous for the frrst
trme rn hrs career He trrpped
on the ropes as he stepped rnto the
rrng and came near fallrng Mechan
rcally he caught at the fibres wrth
hrs rrght hand and as rt was clench
ed there he looked at rt That hand
had battered down hrs opponents
won the champronshrp earned for
hrm the sobrrquet of Thunderbolt
And now rt was tremblrng vrolently
He had felt shaky all evenrng The
palms of hrs hands were wet wrth
persprratron and hrs lrps were very
dry Occasronally he found hrmself
lrckrng them wrth hrs tongue
Ten mrnutes before he had sard
to hrs brother Im qurttrng the
Can you? sard rmmy
Could he? Thorne asked hrmself
Could he break away from the game
that had been hrs lrvelrhood for years
break away wrth a gesture lrke
Of course I can' he had sard
confidently And he realrzed that
vxhen he qurt rt would be wrthout
He knew that he would lose to
nrghts fight A month ago hrs
brother had stated that rn three
words They all go he had sard
speakrng of champrons And Thorne
told hrm that he was crazy that he
Thorne was the exceptron to the
rule But as he clasped hrs hands
together and rarsed them above hrs
head and acknowledged the crowd s
roar of greetrng he knew jrmmy was
rrght He was not the exceptron He
would lose to Young Edwards rn the
comrng fight exactly as jrmmy had
predrcted He was too old
Too old too old at thrrty four
What a laugh' Well he was too old
for the rrng Hrs wrnd was no good
any longer Hrs legs got trred after
the fourth round Hrs rrght drdnt
have the steam behrnd rt that rt had
when hed beaten Morton for the
champronshrp erght years ago Erght
years was a long trme to keep the
heavywerght crown In erght years
he had become an old man Old at
The referee called hrm and he
went to the center of the rrng and
recerved the frnal rnstructrons N
hrttrng on the break Old stuff
He had hrst heard of rt years ago
years ago He was old and just
begrnnrng to realrze rt Hrs entrre
body and soul were clamorrng for
youth a youth he had lost ages
back He had hardly reached hrs
prrme and they were callrng hrm
washed up-and rrght at that
Morton must have felt lrke thrs the
nrght he fought Thorne jrmmy had
been speakrng about hrm only the
other day What was rt he had sardg
Suddenly Thorne remembered Mor
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and but a few days ago had been
arrested for vagrancy You d never
know hrm 1mmy had declared
He looks lrke he got the T B Pale
and thrn and srckly And then
Well they all go If they dont
get out they vnnd up l1ke Morton
Or else they go bugs Its a lousy
game thrs frghtrng racket When a
man lrkes If IES hard for hrm to
Hard to qurt? Well Thorne
vtouldnt call rt that In a way he
prned Morton Not many of the old
trmers left now he reflected Well
He shrugged He too was get
trng old Morton hadn t had brarns
enou h to get out when he should
have Strll he mrght have stuck
because he lrked the game Thorne
lrked rt rn the same way rn sprte of
all rts drrtrness he lrked If He lrked
lf for the clean that was rn If for
the fickle crowd that was always for
when hrs blows thudded agarnst the
sweaty body of hrs opponent H
lrked If It was a good game
But rt was a game for young men
and Thorne was no longer young
He was old too old for the rrng
Prtrfully old Soon he would get out
rf he could He drdnt know
1mmy had sard he couldnt and
1mmy was rlght on a lot of thrngs
Dont make me laugh 1mmy
had sard You qurt? You can t
Youll never get out I tell you rt
holds a man who lrkes rt and makes
rt damned hard for hrm to qurt You
lrke If too much for your own good
And you re too old for rt You thrnk
you re as fast now as you were a year
ago? Or a year before that? Or
another year back? You re used up
and you don t know If The Thun
derbolt' scornfully Your thun
der You won t beat Young Edwards
And Thorne had sa1d Young
Edwards ' contemptuously and
laughed But now he knew 1mmy
was rrght he wouldn t beat Young
Edwards He could see how the fight
would go Errst he would force lf
chasrng Edwards around the rrng
shoonng h1s bolt early And he
would lose Soon he would t1re and
be at Edwards mercy and that
would be the end They all go
1mmy had sald He was one of
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Thorne fell forward mto a chnch
Ten years frve years from now
youll be hang1ng around drrtv
gyms 1mmy had asserted
sparrrng partner a prelrm man
that s all you ll be And people w1ll
pornt you out and say See that?
Thats Thunderbolt Thorne
heavywerght champ of the world
Sunk krnda low hasn t he?
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That was why Thorne wanted to
qurt the game rmmy was rrght
about what would happen to hrm rf
he drdnt get out It had happened
to Morton Possrbly he at the last
moment had realrzed he would be
beaten by Thorne just as Thorne
knew now Edwards would wrn And
possrbly he too had been troubled
and nervous and haunted by
thoughts of qurttrng the rrng But
he had been greedy He had lost the
trtle to Thorne and he would not
leave wrthout rt Thorne remembered
the attempted come back very well
'Vlorton had farled rn rt and had
been pushed further and further
down rn Lrfe untrl he reached the
bottom and rernarned there Sudden
ly Thorne saw hrmself rn Morton s
place hesrtant undecrded srnkrng
lower and lower He closed hrs
eyes If he should travel that road
It was rnevrtable Were he to
strck he would go that way
Well jrmmy had guessed rrght on
a lot of thrngs but not thrs one
Thorne was gettrng out tonrght Wrn
or lose he would get out And just
as he had made hrs decrsron the bell
for the openrng round rang
He was floored for the first trme
rn the fifth As he came to hrs feet
he was aware that he was through
It was the begrnnrng of the end H
went down once more before the bell
rang and he walked unsteadrly to
hrs corner at the close of the round
hrs head throbbrng Balls of sweat
were rollrng down hrs face and chest
and he welcomed the cool water wrth
whrch hrs seconds drenched hrm He
stretched out hrs trred legs rested hrs
achrng arms on the ropes besrde hrm
drank rn arr wrth great gulps Hrs
Cl'1CSK WHS l1C2lV11'1g He WHS VCIY I1I'CCl
He had won the first three rounds
because he was the aggressor Ed
wards had fought cautrously feelrng
Thorne out trrrng hrm The fourth
had been a draw It was then that
Thorne had first begun to feel the
swrft sure Wearrness that ever as
sarled hrm when he went more than
three rounds He had gambled on
wrnnrng rn the early moments of the
fight and had lost rt He was worn
out when he got up from hrs stool
for the srvth
Everythrng he possessed he had put
rnto hrs punches rn the frrst three
rounds Hrs mrghtly rr ht arm had
avarled hrm nothrng He was trred
and becomrng more so wrth each
passrng second He had not fought
so hercely for five years and hrs
age was tellrng on hrm He could
scarcely lrft hrs hands For the first
trme rn hrs lrfe he was tastrng defeat
Never had he battled so hopelessly
knowrng rt was hopeless and strll
ploddrng on wrth a dull spark of
hope rn hrs breast
The srxth round was torture He
went down thrrce and was actually
out the thrrd trme but the bell saved
hrm One of Edwards vrcrous left
hooks opened an old cut over h s
eye and the blood trrckled down and
stung hrm Edwards hrt hrm squarely
on the jaw and knocked hrm down
for the thrrd trme He attempted to
pull hrmself up by the ropes but he
was exhausted and fell back He
could vaguely hear the referee count
rn Erve x Tvxo seconds
later when the bell rang he was
How he managed to get to hrs feet
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at the openrng of the erghth he drd
not know Although hrs seconds had
wrped the blood out of hrs eye the
cut was strll bleedrng and rt blrnded
hrm Even now he was clrngrng to
hrs futrle desperate hope of wrnnrng
Edwards led wrth hrs left and shot
over hrs rr ht throwrng Thorne back
wards He stumbled was spun
around by a savage left and sud
denly was flounderrng around the
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at hrs srdes
rrng wrth Edwards on top of hrm
The crowd was wrld The radro
announcer shouted rnto hrs mrcro
phone Edwards rs hrttrng the
champ wrth everythrng he has
Thornes hands are hangrng down
at hrs srdes and he rs berng knocked
all over the rrng It s a wonder that
hrs legs keep hrm up There' He s
down' One two three
Thorne rolled over and shook hrs
head to clear rt He swayed on hrs
knees and crawled to hrs feet at
seven and was hurled back by a
strarght from the shoulder rrght Ed
wards followed hrm up swrftly snap
prng rnnumerable rrghts and lefts to
hrs head poundrng at hrm fiercely
Thorne fell forward rnto a clrnch
but Edwards got one hand free and
rncessantly hammered at hrm He
trrpped and went to the canvas agarn
Somehow he got to hrs feet stag
gered from a rrght cross He was
thrown back agarnst the ropes re
bounded off them and fell rnto
Edwards left hook He felt the
canvas under hrs hands and pushed
hrmself up tears rn hrs eyes
Edwards met hrm wrth a low jab
forced hrm back wrth a vrolent on
slaught of lefts downed hrm wrth a
furrous uppercut The crowd howled
On the floor Thorne was nearly sob
brng The referee s vorce reached hrs
ears Srx seven He opened
hrs eyes and found hrmself starrng
rnto the dazzlrng brrllrancy of the
lrght above the rrng He staggered
to hrs feet He could see nothrng
From somewhere a glove shot out
and caught hrm rn the mouth and
he went reelrng away from rt Wrtlu
hrs left glove he prred open the lrd
of one eye Before hrm he could
drmly see hrs opponent and wrth a
choked cry he stumbled wrldly for
ward Edwards brought up hrs rrght
and flung hrm down agarn hrs face
rn the resrn At the count of nrne
he was up He lunged at a blurred
figure before hrm and was stung wrth
a rrght that rocked hrm back on hrs
heels Edwards caught hrm flat
footed and drove hrm back agarnst
the ropes A verrtable avalanche of
punches were crashrng down on hrm
A terrrfic left was the blow that
ended rt all He strffened becomrng
very erect and the tendons rn hrs
neck stood out And then he slump
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and felt them burnrng h1s back as
he drd so and at last he fell forward
and sprawled out at Edwards feet
He Slld down slowly down the
The great roar of the crowd shoutlng
fllled h1s ears and made hrm thrnk
of what a cruel game lf was Thank
God he was gettrng out tonrghtl
Everythrnv went black rn front of
When Jrmmy entered h1s dressrng
room Thorne was srttmg wrth h1s
head rn h1s hands He looked up
and smrled mrrthlessly
rn a weary vorce Im too old for
thrs game Im an old man And so
I don t
know I can fight a b1t yet Maybe
I could make a come back
You were rrght jrmmy
I thrnk Ill get out tr
Lrke Morton SP sald rmmy
deep breath and looked at hrs rrght
hand After all Morton was Morton
and Thorne was Thorne And so
I can qurt thrs game any trme I
want he sald confidently decervrng
hrmself to the end You were wrong
there jrmmy But I dont want to
now Im not too old for the fight
mg game I can come back I will
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And the blrnd men placed therr hands upon the elephant and each descr1bed
the ammal accordlng to h1s own lmpressrons An old story
NCE upon a trme 1n the State
of Berng there lrved a young
Poet and a sturdy Peasant They
were fr1ends and nerghbors Therr
humble huts bordered upon the Rrver
of Lrfe whrch ran through the
country and ended somewhere-one
knew not exactly rn a dark and
thrckly wooded forest
At the trme our story commences
Wrnter was fast retreatrng before the
steady advance of Sprrng Along the
face of the earth green shoots of
grass rntruded themselves above the
ground Feathered creatures wrng
mg therr way back from the south
land began to appear upon the
branches of the awakenrng trees
twrtterrng songs of gladness Even
approprrately enough domrnance to
the note of joy And above all
earthly thrngs a br1ll1ant sun shed
1ts rays of warmth
It was durrng thrs season that the
Poet awoke one mornrng to wrtness
the glorrous spectacle of the r1s1ng
sun as lf topped the purple mountarn
a drstance from hrs hut
Ah he recrted even as he was
lyrng 1n bed
Sprrng the sweet Sprrng IS
the year s pleasant krng
Then blooms each thrng then
rnards dance rn a rmg
Cold doth not strng the pretty
brrds do srng
Cuckee jug Jug pu we to wrtte
The Peasant chanced to pass by
the hut just then and knowrng the
Poet for a man of foolrsh actrons
he thought that the poor Poet had at
last taken leave of h1s senses Open
1n0 the door cautrously for he feared
violence the Peasant saw h1s nergh
bor srttrng naked on the bed gazrng
rapturously out of the wrndow
Why man he crred you can t
do that People pass by here B
srdes youll get pneumonra
These words of wrsdom had no
effect upon the Poet s behavror
Now be sensrble pleaded the
Peasant drsturbed by hrs nerghbor s
srlence You really mutt put some
The Poet slowly turned h1s head
toward the Peasant
Are you the harbrnger of Sprrng
brrngrng wrth you the sweet song of
brrds and the pleasant scent of
flowers? he asked 1n a low pleasant
The devrl Im not the Peasant
exclarmed vrolently Now lrsten
here Lollrng 1n bed t1ll mrd day and
srngmg srlly songs about flowers
arent gorng to mend the holes 1n
your trousers I hke songs myself at
trmes but you Evrdently he
Look at your house he contrn
ued Its filthy Try cleanmg rt
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The Poet, bewildered, struggled
with his trousers while the other
angrily marched off
For the ICSI of the morning neither
the Poet nor the Peasant sought to
engage each other in conversation
The Peasant silently busied himself
chopping wood milking his cows
and watering his plants All the
while the Poet sat moodily watchin
his neighbor at work wishing for an
opportunity to resume their friend
ship but unwilling to make the first
advance And so he remained seated
on his own doorstep silent medita
tive and almost tearful
Suddenly the Poet leaped up his
arms outstretched The Peasant was
Now said the Peasant w
know each other too well to squabble
over these matters
Of course the Poet assented
Well the Peasant continued
Im ready to take my annual pil
grimage and for the six hundred
and sixty fifth time Do you want
Oh exclaimed the other I
I really couldn t do that
All right replied the Peasant
Then to the air as he walked away
It is so foolish Why he might be
as well off as any of us
Walking and meditating so on his
friends folly he arrived at length
at a large hut where meeting a party
of friends he set off on his Journey
to consult the Oracle of Results an
act strongly followed by the true be
lievers The Poet however was one
of the very few who refused to make
the traditional pilgrimage He was
a scoffer, a heretic-a harmless one,
to be sure, but, nevertheless, a
The orthodox were however tol
erant not at all given to needless
persecution So while the others
trooped to the Holy City the Poet
was left at home unmolested and
free to do what he chose Why
rbozzlal the orthodox care? Were not
their larders filled with the bounty
of Results while those of the Poet
were empty? Let him eat the food
of his folly' When the good citizens
mentally compared their own tables
groaning with fruit and fowl to the
poor and barren tables of the Poet
they inwardly praised the fate that
had made them sane and prosperous
The Holy City loomed high above
the surrounding towns and villages
No pilgrim however insensible to
the appeal of art could help being
impressed by the power and beauty
of its structures The city indeed
represented the perfected product of
all that had been contributed by art
and science a product which in
short represented the harmonious
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Entermv the mam thoroughfare
the prlgrtm came to a long road
flanked on etther srde by tall slend
er steel structures whose pomted
peaks seemed to prerce the very
clouds themselves In sharp contrast
to therr taller brothers low squat
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The Holy Clty loomed high above
the surroundmg towns and vrllages
burldmgs occupred the lesser
thoroughfares Everywhere fantast1c
lrghts lent therr effect to the strange
appearance of the crty and almost
always one could hear above the
clamor of the crowd the steady per
srstent and rythmrcal murmur of
Srtuated rn the center of the ctty
was a tall broad burldmg that ar
rested the attentron of all Well
mrght rt for rn th1s crty of wonders
thrs was the greatest of all Flymg
buttresses rounded domes Dorrc
columns Greek Gothrc and Ara
besque archrtectures all harmonr
ously synthesrzed mto a most pleas
mg and practrcal structure the
second feature of which was most
carefully pomted out rn all of the
gurde books Thrs was the Temple
of the Oracle
It was here that the Peasant and
h1s frrends came The Attendant of
the Order of Stocks and Bonds
greeted them ceremonrously and then
ushered them mto a hrgh roofed
room pleasmgly decorated w1th red
damask curtams that served to ex
clude even the least ray of sunlrght
The Hrgh Oracle was not v1s1ble
rn the deep gloom of the room but
h1s vorce could be heard boommg
Indrcatrons are that Water Steel
wrll reach a new level corn appears
steady potatoes up one gulden
The devrll exclalmed one Ill
Merely a temporary depresston
whrspered the Attendant Condt
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The VOICC soon dred away The
prlgrrms closed therr notebooks mut
tered a few tradrtronal sentences
placed a few guldens m the proper
receptacles and then left the room
Above the street strmgs of eatmg
places recerved darly the prlgrrms
from the outlymg drstrrcts The
Peasant and hrs frrends entered one
of these ordered a substantral meal
and drverted themselves for a whrle
watchmg the dancrng grrls Therr
conversatron however soon shtfted
to toprcs of mutual mterest
Last year mumbled one as he
extracted the meat from a chrcken
bone three of my chrckens won first
prrze Thats the kmda meat I l1ke
to eat not thrs stuff
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darnfully I rarsed a whole field of
blue rrbbon tomatoes
A murmur of admrratron ran
around the table
Say sard one thrs early Sprrng
rs certarnly gorng to be hard on
You sard rt answered strll
another prlgrrm ust watch Unr
versal Fleece Underwear take a nrce
That s what I say
And so through the nrght
Meanwhrle the Poet was turnrng
the words of the Peasant over rn hrs
mrnd Could rt be that he was
merely a hopeless eccentric? Could
hrs belrefs be no more than rllusrons?
That could not be' And yet rn the
cramped crtres and wrde plarns the
followers of Results a mrllron of one
to one of hrs
Perhaps they were blrnd to real
values Lrttle could be sard rn such
a case But perhaps rt was not blrnd
ness but a film of famrlrarrty that
closed mens eyes to the beauty of
nature And rf that why r rt
were only a film perhaps Good
Heavens' perhaps he could lrft
And so as the flrckerrng lrght of the
dyrng sun colored the leaves of the
overhangrng trees the resolution to
lrft the verl hardened rnto a burning
desrre to go on a mrssron Down the
sandy path bordered by green grass
he walked raprdly seekrng hrs first
convert It was not untrl the enthusr
astrc Poet reached the srgn of the
Blue Dynamo that he saw hrs first
prospect an old man
1 Good evenrng began the
Top o the mornm replred the
Old Man a twrnkle rn hrs eye
The Poet unaccustomed to such
shrfts rn conversatron stumbled on
Does thrs weather H11 you wrth
a gladdenrng warmth? When
Sprrng approaches do you ever feel
the urge to lre beneath the boughs
of a green tree?
Oh sure the Old Man answered
shrftrng hrs prpe from one srde of
hrs mouth to the other I lrke to
lre under a green tree all rrght but
the mosqurtos whoo the mos
qurtoes' Yes a green tree rs a nrce
rhrng but there are the ants and the
fleas and the worms and those
thrngs wrth speckled bodres and
Well the Poet broke rn the
marn object rn lrfe rs rt not rs to
apprecrate and understand rts beau
The Old Man nodded hrs head
Thats just what I was sayrng to
the Old Woman thrs mornrng I
sard to her Now dear sard I rf
you dont thrnk that the vermrllron
on the Butchers fence rs pretty
you re wrong It rs funny how some
people can t apprecrate beauty
The Poet brt hrs lrp but contrnued
hrs argument There seems to be a
krnshrp between the world of rnert
matter and the realm of warm lrfe
Perhaps matter rs sprrrt rn rts grosser
No matter smrled the Old Man
Hrs face however suddenly became
serrous as he notrced the Poet turn
rn drsgust and walk away
Hey lad he called Come
The Poet seemrngly pard no atten
tron to the call for he walked slowly
back through the overhanging trees
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A burning sense of failure gnawed
him from within. Vague but pointed
memories of the countless jibes and
the contemptuous snickerings at him
and his ideas welled to the surface
of his consciousness He reached the
river He stopped and his mind
began to play with the fancy that
the key to existence might be found
at the end of the River of Life And
so dressed in light summer clothing
he stepped into icy water wading at
first and then Going deeper
Time passed The Peasant his
body swinging in rhythm to a gav
tune he had learned in the city trod
the same path that a few nights be
fore had witnessed the brief crusade
of the Poet
Reaching his own hut, he was not
a little surprised to see the Old Man
hanging some of the Poets clothes
on a string outside of the latters
house He was no less surprised to
see the Old Man turn and enter the
Poet s hut
Now what can he be around for?
He walked to his neighbor s door and
with one husky push sent its crazy
hinges creaking and crying in up
roarious dissent to such harsh treat
ment He stepped into the familiar
room and saw, much to his amaze
ment, the Poet, lean and deathly
pale, lying in bed
The Old Man rose to meet him
He proferred his hand to the Peasant
and, upon its being accepted, intro
duced himself The ceremony being
completed, they both advanced to the
bed and stared at the Poet
The Poet stirred uneasily The
Old Man lifted a brimming bowl of
oatmeal from a low chair near the
bed. He stirred it carefully, and then
slowly, as a mother would feed her
child, he lifted a spoonful of food
to his patients mouth, urging him
So sweet murmured the Poet
almost inaudibly, as he tasted the
Suddenly the moon crept from out
the shadow of a cloud
nrst spoonful So sweet for a mere
stranger to help another in distress
Did I put too much sugar in it?
asked the Old Man
Sugar s dear this year, inter
posed the Peasant Then seeing that
the Poet had fallen asleep ust
what s the matter with him?
Did you get a doctor?
Not at first He wanted to go
back to nature He did He got
some herbs mashed them, and swal
lowed the mess That made him
How did you enter into this
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The Old Man told hrm of hrs part
rn the hrstory of the Poets brref
crusade He looked krnd of upset
the Old Man contrnued when he
left me I rather lrke the Poet and
so I thought I had better keep my eye
on hrm He walked down the bank
here qurte a way and I lost srght of
hrm When I caught up wrth hrm
agarn he was bobbrng around rn the
rrver out there He looked lrke he
couldn t swrm so I got a pole and
lished hrm out He was a sorry
mess drrpprng all over and sneezrng
The poor fellow broke rn the
Peasant He has made a pretty
mess of thrngs He could have made
out well too rn the advertrsrng
game People draw down good sal
Sure assented the Old Man
You know Glrbber dont you?
Well he draws 700 guldens a week
wrrtrng for the hydrant people
No use talkrng commented the
other He can t do a man s job
He rs just lrke a chrld that just won t
grow up Many trmes Ive seen chrl
dren playrng wrth mud prles For the
chrld that drrty chunk of mud be
comes now a dragon now a horse
now a beautrful mansron That s cute
rn chrldren but for a grown man
Well remarked the Gld Man
I suppose there rs somethrng rn
If you need me call me sard
Sayrng that he marched off
The Old Man watched the Peasant
untrl the latter went out of srght
Then he re entered the room The
Poet was awake and mutterrng
Whereupon the Old Man reached
for the medrcrne bottle and the
brtter greenrsh lrqurd stopped for a
trme the ramblrngs of the Poet
Suddenly the Poet sat uprrght rn
Hes blrndl he crred
Who? exclarmed the startled
Old Man dropprng a plate
He cannot see beyond hrs nose
Well I don t
Always hrs ears are closed to the
call of beauty hrs eyes blrnd to the
welcome of nature Once I showed
water there He saw mrnd you
nothrng but water and mud Thank
ful am I that I am as I am Sayrng
that he fell back exhausted
The Old Man felt hrs pulse cov
ered hrm gently and then walked
out to the doorstep
The nrght had by then fallen and
a deep calm had descended upon the
earth The numberless stars twmkled
back at the Old Man as he lrfted hrs
eyes to the heavens
A beautrful nrght he sard to
hrmself Then seatrng hrmself on
the doorstep he began to fill hrs
I guess he sard slowly t at
I can see what the Poet means
There rs somethrng rn all thrs that
creeps rn under one s skrn
Well I guess he contrnued wrth
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a lrttle laugh Im becomrng a krnd
of poet myself Yet that fellow the
Peasant speaks sound common sense
too Bus1ness IS not guldens only
There IS a romance and a joy and
a beauty rn makrng nature your slave
tarns and conquerrng seas Well I
don t know It 1S not easy to Judge
He became pensrve
Suddenly the moon crept from out
the shadow of a cloud and sent a
glorrous beam down upon the shad
ow of the lrttle hut The Old Man
leaped to h1s feet and searched the
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as blrnd as nerther but let me have
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One Foggy Knight
By SEYMOUR Gkoss
T was twrlrght and the enveloprng
gloom combrned wrth a deep mrst
that was blowmg 1n from the sea
softened the usual hard outl1nes of
New York s skyline mto mere shad
ows and suggest1ons of huge tower
mg shapes Here and there t1ny
lrghts appeared and then drsappear
ed makmg the whole rsland of
Manhattan seem l1ke a cloudy sky
whose stars were trylng to peep
through the clouds The sound of
many fog horns and the fresh twang
of the salt a1r were wafted 1nto shore
on the cool Aprrl breeze where they
mmgled wrth the smell of the docks
and the norses of the streets
All these noises created an 1rregu
lar melody but the lappmg of the
waves agarnst a certa1n wharf pro
vrded a bass or even tempo to
accompany this melody of the rrver
front An excepnonally staccato note
of a nearby fog horn was accom
panled by a s1m1lar movement of
part of a shadow that was creeprng
along the edge of the wharf When
thrs prece of blackness reached the
end of the shadow of a shanty rt
hesrtated a second and then fitted
across a patch of l1ght comrng from
the watchmans lamp through the
wrndow of the shanty and agaln
merged into the darkness of the end
of the wharf
The last traces of the sun had dis
appeared and all was rnky blackness
Only the ted and green prlot lrghts
of an exceptionally near by tug
penetrated the fog and made them
selves vrsrble to the dark figure
huddled at the end of the wharf
Soon the watchmans l1ght moved
farther away and was lost rn the fog
The huddled figure suddenly stood
erect and peered out 11'1IO the foggy
rrver It gave a l1ttle shrver and a
cough was heard in a muffled fem
1n1ne vorce The owner of the vorce
leaned over as rf to jump 1nto the
dark lapprng river when two strong
hands suddenly prnroned her from
The grrl screamed both from
frrght and anger both of wh1ch
emot1ons she betrayed when she
Let me go let me go I was
Oh no you don t srster no you
don t tonlght IS too cool a night for
me to be fishm you out of that cold
And the girl looked up 1nto the
not unhandsome or unkrndly face of
a polrceman Then he drew her to
a s1tt1ng pos1t1on on the edge of the
wharf and took a flashllght from hrs
pocket The glrl had suddenly be
come subm1ss1ve and when the l1ght
flashed on she was look1ng at the
kn1ght of the law w1th nothrng but
gratltude 1n her eyes
As he awkwardly began to talk
If was ev1dent that he was surprrsed
at the appearance of the grrl
How come he sa1d how come
a grrl wrth your looks and dress
wants to k1ck the bucket? Why you
got evetythmg to l1ve for
She lowered her eyes as she spok
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at first hardly rn a whrsper but
takrng on courage as she went along
My story ISU t any drfferent from
the ones others must have told you
and hundreds of other cops rrght
here at the foot of Forty fourth
Street Most of the others though
drdnt tell rt rn person but rt was
read I suppose rn a note whrch they
must have left rrght here If you
et bored stop me Im sorry you
came because rt took a lot of thrnkrng
to reach the decrsron and now that
youve stopped me I know that I
won t have the nerve to do lf agarn
The knrght of the law looked at
the grrl rntently Then
If your story begrns rn a small
town and up to yesterday you were
tramprng from Zregfeld s to Shubert s
and they told you that they could
use a mard for a walk on but then
you weren t the type Well I guess
I can supply the detarls when I have
The grrl laughed hysterrcally
Yes That s the story but rt hurts
when you make If so matter of fact
Ive starved rn your detarls ve
wntten home of my great success
They ve found out Iwe been d1s
owned Im a farlure a farlure-
even he turned on me but then
he dred and we hadn t spoken and
he dred wrthout forgrvrng or berng
forgrven Oh God' why should I
lrve why why
'Ihe words were rnterrupted by sobs
and as she began to lose complete
control of herself the knrght of the
law took her by the shoulders and
turned her tear starned face towards
Wart grrlre wart I got a heart
dont thrnk I havent got a wrfe
and two krds too and I get rotten
breaks but do I go around jumprng
rnto IIVCISQ I should say not' I
strck on the job Even tonrght Im
rn danger of losrng rt There IS a
bootlegger named Gazettr who has
been makrng nrghtly shrpments
around here and rf he gets through
agarn me and five other guys wrll
The realrzanon that others had
struggled seemed to cheer the grrl
Well I guess you re rrght offxcer
Ill grve lrfe another chance But rf
I dont succeed thrs trme well
You better get home now grrlre
I can t stay here all nrght rnter
rupted the offrcer
G replred the grrl dont
worry about me Im afrard to try
If agarn I just want to stay here
alone and thrnk thrngs over
Well goodbye sard the knrght
of the law youll feel better rn the
mornrng And he arose and walked
off rnto the fog
The grrl sat motronless for awhrle
and then suddenly leaned over the
prer and sard
O K Gazettr the coast rs
And a loaded boat slrd from under
A knrght of the law happrly
walked hrs beat and whrstled because
the enveloprng gloom combrned
w1th a deep mrst that was blowrng
IH from the sea softened the usual
hard hard outlrnes of New Yorks
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Arn Anthology of Harms
Verse and Humor
The allowmg exrerpfr mm the Hom' Glam have been rhoren ar fepreren
miner 0 Hdlflf Humor and Vefre and me fepmzled wztb pefmzrrzon mm the
mrzozzr edzlzonr 0 the Stadium zrrzzed dllfliig the part remerler
The day we came to register
A diagonal we composed
It nertled us howe er to find
That history was closed
Another diagonal then we wrote
On Art this one reposed
Until we found to our disgust
Thar this same Art was closed
And this time saver chose
We dared not look upon the board
For fear that French would close
And sure enough our last resort
On full list was transposed
Cuz just as Pop sweeps up downstairs
That section too was closed
Ar eight o clock we
Til early morn we
For ours had been
To slave from nine
got back home
the cursed fate
ALLES WELL THAT ENDS WELL
WORKING THROUGH C C N Y
Son MARTEL me Can I do it?
Mother The RHODES to success are LONG You can r make it PEI
Son O CONTI7
Mother The BOYD have to be strong who could do that
Son How THRILLING it must be to have HEFT'
Morher But it s hard on the DAMBAC
Son You re a PERLMUTTER
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Soon will go the room spaces,
For the crowded, dirty placesg
For the busy, rushing parts
Where the heavy traffic darts-
Automobiles, wagons, carts.
No athletes during lunch hour'
And twould be quite drab to much our
1' ood outdoors among the mobs
Midst rushed men and hasty gobs
Laborers hurrying to their Jobs
Handball would be out of question,
In that maelstrom of congestiong
How much different from our school
This was built with skillful toolg
Of Gothic art a gorgeous jewel.
Can the founder sleep in quiet
With this turmoil and this riot?
With this change from good to bad?
Is it just a whim or fad?
Or the work of someone mad?
G O DUES
G O dues G O dues
G O dues jumbled
In the assembly
By Mr Flynn mumbled
The faculty sayeth
Gainst this paper banded
There werent two systems
So tis commanded
What value notes of hand?
Meant but a promise bland
So each one was informed
And the STADIUM was slandered
Theres not to make reply
To answer back those on high
Theirs but to sit on high
So tis commanded
Is it fitting or proper to leave these halls without suitable memory? Imagine
departing with no final show with no souvenir of the building 7
Ay rip the moulding from her walls
The cards from tattered shades
For souvenirs of T H H
When recollection fades
Take plaster from the ceilings worn
Remove a desk or chair
Bring long a splinter from the bench
Of Dr Senftners lair
These floors once filled with tales of woe
Will soon be of the past
So take along a plank or two
To make the memory last
A nib from Fitzs fountain pen
A hair from Fendys beard
Remembrances of our dear school
Will always be revered
A pane of glass with all its dirt
A blackboard from the wall
Will ever be a memory
Of Townsend Harris Hall
So dont forget to take along
Regardless of its size
A souvenir of T H H
A thing you re sure to prize
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I saw the tow r of Harrrs
As I was passrng by
The gray tow r of Harrrs
Agalnst the pearl gray sky
My heart was wrth the Harrrs boys
Who leave wrthout a srgh
The years Oo fast rn Harrrs
The golden years and gay
The hoary gothrc tow rs look down
On careless boys at play
But now the pow rs above decree
They leave the green banked Rrver
The Oval and the Drrve
The Campus and the Terra e
To seek out busrness hrve
They g1ve therr merry youth away
That College growth may thrrve
Atop a prle of steel and brrck
They ll take up therr abode
And rn envrronment mature
Thelr youth w1ll find a good
The Founder now must srgh to see
Them stunt the seed he sowed
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They put their games away.
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Oh pray that down at Commerce
They ll keep therr sprrrt lrve
That Harrrs personahty
Its glow to keep they ll strrve
Therr exrle some day shall be o er
And Harrrs shall revrve
Then let us cer look forward
And plan for future days
When on the towr of Harrrs
Our standard we shall rarse
When Vrct ry on our cause w1ll shrne
Wrth brrght resplendent rays
When that day comes may we br1ng back
Tradrtrons whrch have not slept
Tradrtrons whrch l1ke the 1vy
And may they be l1ke the 1vy
Green and freshly kept
I saw the tow r of Harr1s
As I was pass1ng by
The gray tow r of Harrrs
Agarnst the pearl gray sky
My heart was wrth the Harrrs boys
Who leave wrthout a srgh
But exrle some day shall be o er
And Harrrs shall revrve
And Harrrs personalrty
Shall be agam ahve
And Harrrsrtes shall sport agarn
And youthful joys shall thrrve
TRISTAN C DURWARD
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By MURRAY KALISCHER
Farewell to Townsend Harr1s that we knew
To wrlderness of mason ry we go
And though our ex1le unw1ll1ng IS too true
Yet memorres forb1d 1ts bemg so
What matter rf our future dom1c1le
Has advantageous that and useful th1s
Are blank stone walls fore er to fill
The place of Gothic dl nrty and hl1ss9
Thlnk you the clamor of enclosed court
From fertlle mem ry w1ll erase
The roammg carefree hours of a sort
That never knew the check of bounded space?
Is Harr1s s sole pnde thus to he shattered
Its own secluded grandeur to he shorn
Submerged as though If never matte1ed
Beneath the blare of trafnc s honkrng horn?
The Harr1s that IS present rs soon past
The older order yreldeth to the new
And leaveth us but mem nes at the last
As all that doth begm and end must do
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Par PAUL RABUT
A voute clu c1el eta1t sombre et la terre enveloppee d un lrnceul brumeux
La lune percalt au travers des nuages grrs et b1entot elle parut en pleln
Les rayons lunraues jetalent un vo1le vert pale par clessus le paysage Les
tetes des plerres tumularres, les unes neuves les autres V1C1llCS, toutes cachant
des secrets et des memolres, s elevarent dans lombre
je remontars le sentrer qur traverse le c1met1ere et mene a leglrse Apres
quelque mmutes cle marche une Orancle prerre penchee et no1rc1e par les rntem
perres, me fa1sa1t obstacle e m HSSIS sur l herbe brrllante de gouttes de rosee
et je jetals un coup d oerl sur leprtaphe
Une seule chauve sourrs prenart son essor au dessus du crmetrere desole
Le chant d un rossrffnol se farsart entenclre clans les bosquets qur etarent sur le
versant de la montagne vorsrne Tout a coup rl s arreta Srlence
La fosse etart parsemee de vrolettes et de marguerrtes qut cacharent
MADAME MANON ROLLAND
nee Pblzpon z P4115
Un rayon lunarre eclarra la face de la p1erre et cecr lu1 donna une appar
ance lugubre Une brume flottart au clessus cle la plerre et brentot lenvellopa
tout entrere A travers cette brume le vrsage attrayant dune femme dune
quararnrarne d annees m apparut Elle tenart la tete haute et elle semblart me
sourrre Ses yeux etarent cloux et elle ressemblart a une re1ne Lentement
ce brouxllard s ecarta et me la1ssa vo1r la personne ent1ere, debout dans une
charrette Elle etart habrllee en blanc et elle avart des chew eux norrs et lursants
qui lu1 tombarent jusqua la cernture Un vrerllard Lamarche qur pleura1t
avec amertune pres d elle etart son seul compagnon La charrette etart en
touree cl une foule bruyante et mechante qui les huaxent sur leur passage Elle
etart fiere et ne repondrat pas aux cr1s de ceux qur hurlarent A la gurllotrnef
A la gurllotrne' Elle avart reussr a remonter le courage du vrerllard et a lu1
farre oublrer les affronts cle la foule
Enfin la charrette arr1va sur la Place de Greve et se rangea devant l estrade,
pres de laquelle eta1t clressee une statue representant La Lrberte Au moment
de monter sur lechafaud elle demanda au bourreau Samson une plume et clu
paprer pour ecrlre ses dernreres pensees Il lu1 defusa en rrcannant A ce
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point les sanglots du vieillard les interrompirent. Elle fit une autre requete
il Samson: Puis-je le pre-ceder pour lui monrrer comment l'on meure brave-
rnent? Le bourreau ne put refuser a ce dernier desir. Elle s'avanga jusqu'au
pied de la statue et s'ecria: O Liberte que de crimes on comrnet en ton nom!
Deux minutes plus tard la tete de Madame Rolland tomba dans le panier . . .
La vision disparut graduellement. La brume suspendue s'eleva, laissanr
voir la lune. je me relevai et je me dirigeai vers la Porte du cimetiere, jeranr un
dernier regard sur cette tombe. fapergus un rayon qui apres s'etre pose quel-
ques insranrs sur la plaque tachee disparur en emportant mon reve.
31 Fundaoion e Mexico
por AMADO CANTON
A luz argentma de Ia Iuna se refleja en las aguas verdosas de un Iago
pequeno engarzado en el Centro de un valle rodeado de montanas rnajestuo
sas Bajo las arcadas umbr1as de un arbol frondoso a Ia or1IIa del Iago se
encuentran un joven y una doncella aztecas No turban la calma mas que el
rurdo estrxdente de los grxllos y el murmullo suave de un mananual que Ilora
sobre el Iago D1ce ella
Estoy cansada A veces temo que nunca encontraremos Ia prometrda
Isla en el Iago, sobre Ia cual debemos fundar nuestro pueblo
Mujer no dudes Nuestro dlos es justo y cumpllra su promesa
I ue famrhares son esas palabras de esperanza vana' Fue fatal el d1a
en que abandonaron nuestros antecesores a Atzlan por una meta que no CXISIC
mas que en su Cerebro alucmado y en el de los sacerdotes que curdan a HUIEZIIO
pochtlr y transmrten al pueblo los mandatos drvmos Esta peregrmacron es
una hrstorla de sufrnmentos, d1f1cuItades, guerras sangrrentas, carestras, omar
guras y hum1IIac1or1es Nos pasamos Ia v1da en perpetua fuga, buscanado
refugro en las selvas y en Ios pantanos'
La Joven 1r1d1a torna el rostro sombrxo al otro lado, y Calla La Iuna
avanza mdrferente hac1a el Cenrt, cuando de 1mprov1so se oye Ia Voz sepulcral
v tus hqos y srgue tu cammo' .AV de aquel que se oponga a mrs mandatos'
Murmura el Joven Oyes9
Sr, o1go Ello srgnrfica que manana los pajaros podran mvadrr los
marzales sm ser molestados, que todas las chozas estaran abandonadas
La nuestra tambren
A traves de montes v pueblos hostrles contmuaron los aztecas su exodo
penoso Y un dra Ilegaron a orlllas de un Iago y drjeron Refug1emonos en
medro en los rsolotes y entre los tules nos ocultaremos de nuestros enermgos
Una tarde Xochltl, que as1 se llamaba Ia joven, penetra en los carrrzales
segurda de Ixtlrzomoc su amante Inesperadamente se encuentran frente a un
aguzla posada en un nopal que crece sobre una pena en el Centro de un charco
de agua verde EI agulla devora ans1osa una serplente que se retuerce El
Joven azteca mrra el agua y rernoja en ella los desnudos p1es De pronto, desa
"No es este el Iugar que te destino, pueblo mio! Levante con tus mujeres
parece y Ia joven huye gritando, presa de mortal angustia.
Cae la tarde. La pobre Xochitl yace postrada de dolor en su choza. Fija
los ojos en el sol, que vislumbra por la puerta, sangriento como su Corazon.
De improviso un cuerpo se interpone entre el Astro Rey y sus ojos. Xochitl
lanza este grito: Ixtlizomocl y se desmaya.
Acude el concurso a Cerciorarse si era el en realidad e1 que considerban
ya ahogado. Desde Ia Puerta cuenta que una fuerza sobrenatural Io arrastro
al fondo de las aguas, donde una voz sonora y melodiosa le dijo: "Este es el
lugar donde los mexicanos han de poblar y hater Ia cabeza de su senorio, y aqui
veran ensalzadas sus generaeionesf'
Los presentes, llenos de jubilo, celebraron el suceso, y en ese Iago que
tuvieron que terraplenar, fundaron la Ciudad de Mexico.
voN ELICK BUDOVSKY
IN ESEL trug emen grossen Mann ueber den Weg von Brenburg nach
Stromtz Am Wege befand srch e1n schattrger Ort In der Naehe dreses
Ortes war e1n schoener Garten worm v1ele Blumen und Obstbaeume wuchsen
Auch 1m Garten War eme prachtvolle uelle woraus das Wasser hoch 1n d1e
Als s1e zu d1esem Orte kamen, warf der Mann S1Ch vom Esel, und band
den Esel an ernen Baum damtt er nrcht rn den Garten gehen moechte und
Schaden anrlchten Dann setze srch der grosse Mann slch unter e1nen Baum
nahm sem M1ttagsessen von ernem nrcht so klemen Buendel, und ling zu essen
an Fr ass Hermg, Kartoffeln I-Iasen und endhch verschredene Fruchte
Gewrss wat es kem Wunder dass er nun faul und schlaefng wurde Er
gaehnte, und sagte Ach bm rch schlaefng Ich werde em Schlaefchen machen
well rch ketne Angst vor dem Esel haben darf
Bald schnarchte er sehr laut Der Esel hoerte es und erkannte sernes
Mersters Schnarchen Sogle1ch r1ss er srch m1t e1nem Eselgesehrer von semen
Banden los, lref brs zur Umzaeuung des Gartens Worueber er sprang, und
erschren ploetzlrch 1m Garten
In dresem Garten standen vrele Obstbaeume d1e d1e schoensten Aepfel
und Brrnen der Welt trugen Der Bsel hatte drese Frucht gesehen, und er
wollte nur emrge der schoenen B1rnen und Aepfel fressen
Dan nel 1hm e1n Gedanke ern Konnete er nrcht mrt semen hrnterfuessen
an den Baum stossen und wuerde mcht etwas Frucht herunterfallen7 Er tat
das woran er gedacht hatte und stress an B1rnbaeume und Aepfelbaeume Als et
gut ve1le Brrnen und Aepfel gefressen hatte, wurde er sehr durst1g Er bemerkte
d1e prachtvolle Quelle vvoraus das Wfasser hoch 1n d1e Luft schoss Dann grng
er b1s zur uelle um e1n1ge Tropfen Wassers zu fangen
Im Garten sass ern klelnes Kmd das alles was der Esel getan hatte gesehen
hatte aber, da es n1e frueher ernen Esel Oesehen hatte, sah es den Esel WIC
e1n Wunder an Als der Esel aber vor d1e uelle sprang lref das Klnd rns
Haus und sagte semem Vater davon
Dan kam der Vater mrt e1ner Buechse 1n der Hand und jagte den Esel
aus dem Garten Der Esel lref sernem Merster zu, gab 1hm elnen Stoss mrt
semem Fusse, und Weckte 1hn auf Der grosse Mann stand auf und Wollte
den Fsel schlagen Als er aber den Vater mrt der Buechse kommen sah, tat er
etwas klugeres Er sprang auf des Esels Ruecken und nt Weg so schnell
WIC der Blrtz
Der Esel rettete slenes Mersters Leben wetl er schnell genug rannte dass
d1e Kugeln d1e der Vater aus se1ner Buechse schoss, SIC nxcht errerchen
konnten Sem Merster aber fuehlte kerne Dankbarkert, und als s1e 1n Stronxtz
angekommen Waren, Verkaufte der grosse Mann den Esel an ernen Mueller
a man wrrd me fuer das Gute, das man tut, belohnt
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NOTHER term has passed, another body of scholars have parted, never
to return Another semester has passed rnto the annals of hrstory and
as always has brought to Harrrs rts due share of successes and farlures, vrctorres
and defeats But all have served therr purpose that of developrng the charac
ter of the students, and of rarsrng the backbone of Harrrs lrfe
Here rn Townsend Harrrs Hall, to an even greater degree than rn any
other rnstrutron rn the crty, the class rs an extremely rmportant and vrtal cog
of machrnery whrch comprrses our school Each rs a separate unrt and pos
esses certarn dutres to perform, and certarn matters to regulate and srnce every
Harrrsrte places hrs class first and foremost rn scholastrc affarrs, there exrsts a
great amount of amrable emulatron among the student body
But out of the panoroma of events there emerges a new prcture a figure
resplendent rn new found power glowrng rn concert, and proud of hrs many
accomplrshments It rs the new Harrrsrte, so excellently portrayed by the
new Lower Classmen, that serves as a barometer of Harrrs success and as a stan
dard of progress Gone rs the trmrd abrdrng class councrl, the omnrscent faculty
advrsor, and the club, controlled by Senrors In therr places, stand the all
powerful Lower Classmen the organrzatron supported by Upper C s and the
teams managed by Lower B s A new era rs dawnrng upon Townsend Harrrs
The new freshmen wrthrn a few fortnrghts, have establrshed a class con
strtutron, set class dues, and rssued an edrtron or two of the offrcral class organ
Lrkewrse the Upper C class has soon set the semester s socral functron and turn
therr thoughts and bodres todards mental and physrcal combat, whrch rs
rndulged rn wrth an unparalleled zeal In a lrke manner the Upper and Lower
Bs unable to cope wrth the sprrrt of rnnovatron collaborate rn a boat rrde
outrng whrch due to the large amount of those partrcrpatrng proves to be a
tremendous success The Lower Senror occupres rtself rn preparatrons for the
followrng term s C Sc G , choosrng an entrre staff, rmmedrately The Lower
A s stage too the one affarr whrch wrll probably resrst rnnovatron as long as
Harrrs contrnues to survrve namely the Lower A Banquet The Upper A s
realrzrng the necessrty of stagrng essentrally a Senror Affarr drscard the trme
worn, moth eaten dance, rn favor of a banquet They are also requrred to
rssue the Crrmson and Gold, whrch appears semr annually
And thus wrth these humble comments, whrch we hope wrll be regarded
not as mere words, but rather as those of an eye wrtness, we present to you a
brref outlrne of Harrrs lrfe, a prctorral portrart of classes
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AST in numbers, and aided by the usual number active members, the
class of january'1931 has ended the fifth term of its existence in Harris
with a determined purpose to pursue the footsteps of its predecessors.
Throughout the whole semester, the entire class has kept in mind its impor-
tance as a unit. It was evident that the class council was well aware of the
numerous activities a Lower A was expected to undertake, for, within a few
weeks, the governing body of the class had appointed Stephen Grob, editor
of the Crimson and Gold of January '31, And in a brief length of time,
plans were concluded for the staging of the traditional Lower A Banquet.
The council, enjoying the benefits of a large treasury soon appointed
a banquet committee which so efficiently fulfilled its duties that the affair
was a tremendous success In addition to this, other class committees were
appointed with a View towards the great tasks facing the students in the Senior
Under the capable leadership of Murray Nathan the Lower A class
has earned for itself a niche in the Harrisites hall of fame It has repre
sentatives in every field of extra curricular activity One can recognize at
least two Lower Seniors on every Harris team and in both the publication
of the Stadium and the Crimson 84 Gold Lower A is well represented
In such a class can be found many of the prominent men of Harris
Melvin Edelstein, leader of class sports, became captain of the baseball team
Murray Nathan of the Arista, was twice class president Stephen Grob, editor
of the C 81 G is a member of the Stadium Staff Raymond Nathan was
the editor of the Lower A Scroll, which stood among the foremost class
papers DeKorp, Fensterstock, Siegfried, Theil Salk and Sindeband also did
fine work for the class s success
MURRAY NATHAN Pfemienz
ALFRED GoLDsTE1N Vzce P1 efzdenr
RALPH DIGIA T1earme1
THEODORE BENJAMIN G O Rep
Sxuoowrrz, BAKER, SIEGFRIED, ScHAMEsT, HERSKOWITZ
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ELINQUISHING the inferiority which is generally associated with
the Lower Classman, the class of june 1931 has witnessed the completion
of, by far, the most successful semester it has ever experienced. The term's
activities were typified by the business-like manner in which the Upper B's
have fulfilled their many duties, and the celerity with which they have carried
out their various functions. This class has shown itself to be one of the most
active of the schoolls classes, in that it has predominated the entire school
in social and literary, service and athletic affairs In Short, the class of une
31 has put forth its hand into all fields of extra curricular life
In the inter class swimming meet, it was Upper B that defeated the
Upper C s to maintain the ill trodden prestige of the Upper School Likewise
in the inter class debating tournament, the oratorical representative of the
Upper B s maintained the high standards set by the championship Triangle
team of the preceding semester Then again Upper B organized an all class
baseball team which although it was defeated here at Harris beat the George
However, the main function of the semester was the boat ride to Indian
Point In that it was an important innovation, the second to be staged by an
Upper B class, the affair proved to be an unusual success
However, such a class must be inspired and led onward Therefore, it
is without surprise that we note the great number of prominent classmen in
Upper B Among these are James Wechsler, Arista man, twice class president
and school representative in the Times Oratorrcal Contest, joseph Bryer,
former class leader and a member of the Arista and Fred Goldstein, the
president of the class
Much credit is also due to Mr Pei, the capable and efficient faculty
advisor whose aid was indispensable to the Class s marked success
The Officers were
FRED GoLDsTE1N P1 emiem'
OSCAR BLOOM Vzce P1 efzdent
JOSEPH WERBLOW S6C16l':Z1y
MILTON PRINCE T1eam1ef
ABRAHAM SLUTSKY G O Rep
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MORGENTHAL, LAURICELLA, RosENBERG,
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URVIVING a stormy and turbulent Freshman Year, Lower B has set about
its second year of life in Harris with an unparalleled zeal to make a name
for itself and be recognized as true Harrisites. Under the leadership of Marvin
Cohen and that most capable advisor, Mr. Alles, the class has completed a
term filled with many happy incidents and marked with the spirit essential
to the success of any class.
The class has succeeded principally in carrying out the term's social func-
tion By that we mean their main interest has been centered on this affair
above all other thinffs although they too, have shown their strength in other
fields of extra curricular life The preparations for this affair were started
early in the semester, so as to hold it in due time without any unforseen delay
And this was the case and the boat ride the first of its kind to be sponsored
by a Lower B class in collaboration with Upper B was successfully and en
thusiastically run off
However the class was not neglectful of its other duties as a unit The
usual inter class teams were organized and although they did not fare as well
as might be expected, the class tried its best, which after all is the essential
thing The class undertook the management of the Triangle and put forth
suitable representatives The Lower B Gossipe boasted two things the most
colorful title of anv club paper, and the reputation of being one of the best
class organs in school The class debating team was put out at the hands of
Upper A but made a suitable showing, while the swimming team placed
Among the class leaders were
Marvin Cohen, class president, Welford Wilson, track man and twice
class secretary Bamberger, present secretary and Rosenfeld once class presi
dent and member of the track team
MARVIN COHEN P1 erzdenf
ALBERT BAMBERGER Semefmy
ELI BAUMAN T1eatu1e1
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ESTORED again to the pride and self-respect of grammar-school days,
which was so suddenly seized from it last term, the class of June 1952
has set about its work with an unparalleled enthusiasm and with an air of
importance and dignity customary for an Upper C Class. This class, proving
itself no exception in this respect, has availed itself of the opportunity tO
put this spirit to good avail.
In all fields of Harris extra-curricular activity-athletic, service and non-
athletic-great support has been given by the members of the present Upper
C Class. Excellent material for future varsities has been uncovered in that
Upper C placed second in the inter class swimming meet, and performed
creditably in other competition In a like manner, those students interested
in literature, have begun the training which will no doubt, aid them in all
future journalistic undertakings
The council has functioned smoothly throughout the entire term effi
ciently transacting all necessary and formal class affairs Dues were collected,
class functions set and various inter section tournaments were successfully run
off In short, the class was creditably managed ln all fields of extra curricular
activity, support was given by the Upper C Class
Another factor resulting in the tremendous success of the administration
was the co operation of the members of the class with the council To Mr
Dyer belongs a vast amount of credit for the furthering of this spirit With
this as a predominant characteristic the class has gone far towards that idea'
of all Harris the perfect class
The officers who have piloted the class through the past term are
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NOTHER Lower C Class entered our school, heralded with dubious
head-shaking, for the purpose of emerging, three years hence, as true
Harrisites. Characterizing their work by two qualities-speed and certainty
-the labors of the Class were carried out under the able supervision of Mr.
Standerwick, the class faculty advisor. The Council was soon chosen, class
dues set, a constitution adopted, and the class organ, "The Lower C Tattler"
Removing all obstacles which quite naturally placed themselves in the
path of new-comets to any institution, these ambitious freshmen have made
their presence known at Harris In athletics, a surprisingly large number
of men have made varsity squads and Triangle teams Likewise, In the field
of publications, service organizations, and especially clubs, the Lower Cs have
succeeded In introducing their number Into Harris soclal life
Then too, among themselw es, they have held the usual intersection
tournaments all of vIhIch were indulged In with a remarkable zest and spirit
In short, the major achievement of the Class was the issuing of the class
publication Although the typing was a bit faulty and the articles were care
lessly written, If IS nevertheless a promrsing accomplishment
The Lower C IS no longer welcomed amid jocund ant1c1pat1on of harmless
pranks, on the contrary however, the Seniors take it upon themselves to aid
the newly entered Harrisites, and to acquaint them with the Intricacies of
school politics Thus If can be seen that they are not subjected to the insults
of Upper Classmen and Lower Classmen alike but rather are aided In order
that they may soon learn the routine and enter extra curricular life This
installation of school spirit, early In the students career, leads to greater
achievements by the entire student body
of publications, service organizations, and especially clubs, the Lower C s have
The class of january 1933 has been greatly encouraged by the English
C Class has achieved a successful term
T e officers were
WILLIAM KAPPELMAN Pferzdenr
AMOUR MARTIN Semelmy
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HE pr1nc1pal outlet of school sp1r1t rs the or0an1zat1on Long before he
begrns to take an actrve rnterest rn any of the other forms of extra
currrcular actrvrtres the newly entered Harrrsrte turns toward the organrzatron
It IS the heaven of krndred souls Common rdeals, common rnterests, a desrre
for companronshrp 1n the pursurt of a common a1m are the motrvatrng rnflu
ences rn the establrshment of any club, socrety or publrcatron
At present the varrous socretres are sufferrng from over 1nHat1on The
unprecedented school sp1r1t of a few terms back expressed rtself rn the forma
t1on of a large number of new clubs, has been followed by a perrod of depres
sron Ieavrng Harrrs Wlfh a large unwreldly body of organlzatrons
As a result of the unw1eld1ness a large number of the soc1et1es have
been findrng drffrculty rn l1v1ng up to the letter of therr avowed purpose as
wrrtten 1n therr constrtutrons Because of thrs there has been a growrng ten
dency on the part of more cynrcal of Harrrs students to regard trme spent 1n
clubs as trme wasted Thrs attrtude IS based entrrely upon a mrstaken assump
essentrally a fraternal orgamzatron It exrsts as a supplement to, and not as a
substrtute for, the class Thus rt rs that one does not go to the French or
Spanrsh clubs merely to rncrease one s knoweldge of those languages but to
seek out and find other students wrth a mutual apprecratron and love of them
Besrdes the socretres however, there IS another type of organrzatron the
servrce squad Thrs group IS probably the least heralded, and at the same
trme, the hardest workrng body of organrzatrons rn Harrrs Its members may
be seen at all hours of the schoolday drrectrng traffrc on the starrs, helprng
rn the lrbrary, or dorng any other one of those tasks, whrch, although neces
sary, are far from pleasant But even among the servrce organrzatrons there
IS that same fraternal feelrng to be found rn the socretres the bond of unron
rn thrs case berng one of assocratron rn a common cause
At the head of both these Groups stand the General Orgamzatron and
the Arrsta The former 15 the prvot about whrch all revolves It grants to
the clubs therr constrtutrons, legrslates concernrng the1r affarrs and 1n general
looks after therr welfare The Arista rs, on the other hand, an almost purely
It IS an old sayrng but one nevertheless untarnrshed by trme that To
know we must understand And therefore hax mg grven you a brref drscourse
on the purpose and functron of the organrzatron rn Harrrs, we pass on to the
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longer a mere honorary socrety, the ARISTA of the past term has become
a real lrve and a worth whrle Orvanrzanon of the school the goal of
the lower classmen Earnrng the appprobatron of students and faculty, the
members of the Assemblv by strrct adherance to therr fundamental purposes
have attarned the true herghts of ARISTA leadershrp frdelrty, servrce, scholar
shrp and character
Durrng each semester all the qualrfymg members of the Lower B Upper
B and I ower A classes are Intervrewed bv the members of the Assembly Cer
tam students are chosen and then examlned by the Senate whrch 15 made up
of the members of the faculty Thrs body decrdes the final selectron and con
srsted of '
GEORGE M FALION
ALBERT P DANDRTA
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ROBERT H CHASTNEY
'Ihe Assembly consrsted of
FRANCIS DI FRANCO
HAROLD DE KORP
WILLY VAN ROOSBROECK
WILLIAM A WHYTE
DEVERLUX D ROBINSON
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ISCONTINUING the practice, instituted two years ago, of compelling
every student of Townsend Harris Hall to become a member, the General
Organization this term functioned entirely upon the generous support of the
student body. Although compulsory dues were no longer required, the con-
tributions Of Harrisites to the student fund were no less than that of former
Under the leadership of George McDermott, the president of the student
Organization, the council enacted several constructive legislative measures.
The speedy work of the council was enhanced by its small size which was
brought about several terms ago when the G. O. Constitution was amended
so as to facilitate the labors of this body.
Through its various committees, the G O Council accomplished several
noteworthy achievements which were vital to student activities It drew up
a debating tournament which was successfully run off and which was warmly
praised by many partici ants
In the realm Of athletics, the council provided for two tournaments The
baseball tourney proved to be a huge success and terminated with the winning
Of the championship by the Senior class A tennis schedule has been drawn
up and has been welcomed by all classes
In addition to the successful undertaking of the different student activities,
the G O Council awarded several service pins to those boys who have dis
tinguished themselves bv their disinterested service to Harris Major and
minor insignias were also awarded to those members of the various athletic
teams who have been recommended by their faculty advisors
The gentlemen who comprised the G O Council during the past term
GEORGE MCDERMOTT Pierzaleaz
VINCENT MONTALBANO Vzce P1 erzaenz
VICTOR W BIKALES Seciefafy
BERT RAPPAPORT T1ea.va1e1
Clab Delegate Atlalelzc Delegate Service Delegate
NAT ORIs STEVE TOLINs CHARLES QRDMAN
Lower THEODORE BEN JAMIN
ppe ABRAHAM SLUTSKY
Lower JESSE WHITMAN
ppe THEODORE KADIN
Lower C JUSTIN GOLDFARB
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HRONICLE of school events-organ of school activities-champion of
student's rights-but first, last, and always a newspaper-this, in brief,
has been the policy of the "Stadium" during the last semester.
At first, it was merely an ideal. However, though at first faced by appar-
ently insurmountable Opposition, the editors, by dint of courageous battling,
have succeeded in making the ideal a reality. They have ceased to permit the
Stadium to be used as a bulletin board. They have pulled the Stadium out of
the rut into which it had fallen in previous terms. They have substituted for
its weak, insipid editorial policy a strong and vigorous one.
Naturally, as a result of such a policy the Stadium has improved from a
journalistic standpoint Due to the absence of notices, its make up has be
come impeccable, and since fewer official letters were printed, it has become
much newsier than heretofore Among the plans supported by the Stadium
in its editorial columns and supported by the student body, were the formation
Of the Liberal Club, the elimination of the Phi Gamma s influence in extra
curricular affairs, closed electrons, amalgamation of clubs, and the abolitlon
of the G O rule which forbids non council members to speak at meetings
The gentlemen who have managed the Stadium are
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BIELVIN D GOODMAN
SEYMOURA GRoss S EDWARD SCHLESINGER ALAN E HEWITT
HAROLD LAVINE RICHARD STEIN
MURRAY KALISCHER GEORGE MCDERMOTT
STEPHEN GROB HENRY BLOCK
STANLEY RUSSO Bzzmzerr Mfzmzgw
SEYMOUR QINDEBAND flrfzrtfzlzt fla'te1Zz5z12g Managei
ADOLPH H GRAETZ CZ1CZlfrIl'Z072 MHWQU61
RICHARD TOLINS Arrzmznz
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MR R H ALLES MR G W BLAKE
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WITH increasing size has come increasing efficiency to the Traffic Depart-
ment. Captained by Charles Ordman and aided by Mr. Whyte, the
Harris "traffic cops" have, this semester, set a new high for general compe-
tence. They have patrolled the halls as never before, performed the previous
unheard of feat of maintaining order on the stairs, and, carrying out a ruling
whose enforcement had in previous terms proven impossible introduced quiet
and order into the Study Hall
This last was the most rmportant of the departments achievements
Heretofore when a club held a meeting or a class election the Hall
would become the scene of countless miniature riots This of course dis
couraged many of the more serious students from attending meetings and was
an important factor in the downfall of Harris clubdom
Contrary to popular misapprehensions the checking system inaugurated
three years ago by Sam Ellman and Israel Feintuck is still in use and 1S work
ing exceedingly well Under this system the Traffic Department is divided
into three squads A B and C each of which is commanded by a captain and
either two or three lieutenants Each lieutenant is in charge of a platoon
which in most cases is composed of seven men Over the entire squad are the
Chief and the Recorder
Company A is in charge of the stairs between classes It is its duty to
keep order prey ent running and see that there is only down traffic on one case
and up traffic on the other It is the hrghest of the companies Company B is in
charge of the locker rooms and halls during lunch hour According to regula
tions these cannot be used without special permission Company B sees that the
regulations are obeyed Company C has miscellaneous duties and relieves the
members of Company B every few weeks It is the training school of the
C laze CHARLBS ORDMAN
Capmzn BERNARD SIEGFRIED
Paul Rabut Harry Schneider Mortimer Hirsch
Capmm ALDIS GERZLER
Herbert Feinberg onas Salk
Cazpmzn CARL VoN DOENHOFF
Milton Maybruck Paul Sausman
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66WHfXT is one man's meat is another man's poison"g and so it is at a
time like the present, when the oldest and best established societies
of Harris are shaking on their thrones like a man with the ague, and only
by dint of the greatest sacrifices managing to keep from toppling off into
oblivion, the Dramatic Society, but a term old, gains in membership' and
popularity day by day. Despite the seemingly fateful disinterest in clubs
which is sapping the lifels blood from its colleagues, the Society continues
to grow and to prosper.
The reason for this may perhaps be found in the unique way in which
the Club operates, Meetings are infrequent, usually once each month. But
in order that the activities of the Club may never cease small groups meet
constantly to rehearse plays plan a theatre party or edit the Dramatist
the organ of the Societv Then when a meeting 15 held both the members
and the student body attend it with eagerness for they know that behind
each program are many weeks of hard work by various small groups and
that instead of long arguments over business meetings of the Dramatic Society
are both entertaining and instructive
Among the actrvrnes of the society during the past term were a theatre
party held at the Republic a meeting in the Study Hall at which Miss Blanche
Collins of The Subway Express cast spoke and a play also presented in
the Study Hall
The Dramatist the Club organ was just as last term very fine and
well deserved the title of The Best Club Paper
The Officers who did so much to put the club in the position it now
ARTHUR KRIVIS P1 etzfienl
MAXWELL WEITZMAN S6C16f6l1y
THOMAS FAY Publicity Manager
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ONTRADICTING the saying that whatever goes up must come down,
the German Club, under the leadership of Mr. Taub, has, this past
term, maintained the high standard of excellency, established in years gone by.
For many terms the German club has been considered the foremost organi-
zation in Harris clubdom. Year after year has witnessed the continued
miraculous success of the club, until this term it may be truly said, without
the shadow of a doubt, that the German Club is positively the best club in
Harris at the present.
As usual the weekly meetings held by the club were attended by many
students. Interesting programs were presented each week and much of the
enjoyment derived from them was due to Mr. Taub, the energetic faculty
Not entirely satisfied by the mere attendance of many interested but in-
active members, the officers of the German Club set about to revise the orvani-
zation of the club so as to provide each member with a more enervetic share
in the activities of the club To bring about this desired end the following
At the beginning of the semester the society was divided into three
groups the Deutscher Verein a singing group, and a dramatic society At
the same time the German paper Der Beobachter , was placed under the
supervision of the German Department
The advantage of this act was immediately shown From the beginninff
the singing group became exceedinvly popular It was invited to sing over the
air and at various high schools The dramatic group, not to be outdone pre
sented a play at one of the assemblies and the German Club as a whole
held a boat ride thus adding another precedent to the many it has already
Another feature of the club s intensive program this term was the neatness
of its paper DER BEOBACHTER The lournal made regular weekly appear
ances and was well received by the students The above two reasons together
with the fact that the articles were excellently written will make this terms
BEOBACHTIJR a Goal for future issues to attain
The officers who so ably succeeded in bringing about the club s enviable
record during the past term were
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ARTHUR KRIVIS Sect y f76d5Zl761
IRVING DoDEs Pub and Pmg Mgi
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T THE start of the semester the offrcers of the Current Hrstory Club
decrded on a program consrstrng solely of faculty speakers and by a
rr d adherence to thrs polrcv the socrety enloyed a most successful year
The xarrous contests dealrng vxrth current events sponsored by the club
were more successful than ever before After holdrng frrst place rn the
Brggest News of the Wfeek contest for several weeks Harrrs dropped to thrrd
place and held that posttron for the greater part of the semester The Harrrs
work was featured by two frrst prrze wrnners oseph Frank and Eugene Golob
recervrng thrs award Other money prrze wrnners were Klernfeld Znermer
MCGUIHCSS Ahrens Curran Schlarffer and Ordman
The club presented movrng prctures on varrous rnterestrng toprcs rn the
Study Hall every Monday durrnv lunch hour These were recerved wrth great
enthusrasm by the student body the Study Hall berng frllecl every week Only
through the untrrrn efforts of Mr Landman the popular faculty advrsor
was thrs possrble
The Officers of the Club are
LEON THILL P165l!lI6lZf
BLRNARD SEIGERIED Sectefm y
SEYMOUR SINDEBAND T16LZJ'Z!167
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66 MALL but select thrs was the motto of the Hatlkvah Socrety durrng
the past semester Founded several years ago by a few Hebrew students
for the purpose of arousrng 1nterest among the student body rn the studv
of Hebraxc culture the Club was almost from the first a success Term by
term year by year If grew unt1l the beg1nn1ng of the last semester when If
was by far the largest and most popular Club at Harrrs However wrth the
drmrnutron of student 1nterest rn clubs IIS membershtp dwrndled raprdly
durrng the last semester
Desprte thls those members who remarned have succeeded rn makmg
the socrety one of the most actrve 1n Harrrs Departrng from the customary
pract1ce of mvrtrng outs1ders to speak at each meettng, 1t relred for 1ts programs
upon the students themselves At each and every meetrng some aspect of
ewrsh lrfe was drscussed, debated, or lectured upon by the members of the
The Ofhcers who have managed the Socrety throughout the term are
WILLIAM SEIDENBERG P1 emienz
BERNARD SIEGFRIED Secfefmy
NATHANIEL TrNsTFRsTocK Pub Manager
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The Law and Debatttrng Sootety
OMBINING student partrcrpatron wrth talks by faculty and outsrde
speakers the Law and Debatrng Socrety made some rmprowemenr over
last term s club udge Hyman J Rert s address at a specral assembly of the
school on March 18th was the hrgh lrght of the term s act1v1ty as the reunron
banquet at whrch alumn1 and present members regathered was of last term s
The Forum echted by Charles Schlang regalned IIS promlnent pos1t1on
among club papers bemg characterrzed by the Stadrum as the club paper
Although the club was by no means the model of parlramentary procedure
that a Law and Debatmg Socrety should be 1ts drsorderlrness was somewhat
allevlated by 1ts l1sts of programs Messrs Dyer Flynn and Landman spoke
and many debates and d1scuss1ons were held
At present the club IS makmg arrangements to V1S1I a mumclpal court
room and to obta1n club prns
Mr Mandevrlle gurded the club as faculty advrsor Credlt IS due to
the Officers too They are as follovss
NATHAN ORIS P1 efzdem'
WILLIAM SEIDENBERG Vue P16j'l6Z7671l
ELKIN VVIIINDKOS Secretary
ISADORE AUERBACH P10g1am Manager
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RGANIZED to develop apprecratron of French lrterature and culture
the French Club has to a great extent fulfrlled thrs rdeal durrng the past
term by rts varred act1v1t1es
The club rnvrted several members of the faculty to speak on subjects
relat1ve to French The most mterestlng talk was grven by Mr Roug1er of
the Romance Languages Department who spoke on The Lrfe of Molrere and
Hrs Great Contrrbuuons to the Lrterature of France
Another 1mportant feature of the club s program was a French play La
Marserllarse whrch was presented to an apprecratlve audrence at one of the
school assembhes The cast was selected from the actrve members of the club
and each played hrs part rn a real1st1c fashron
The final crownrng achrevement of the past semester was accomplrshed
when three representatrves of the club Frank Van Roosbroeck and Canton
won prrzes rn a Clfy wrde French contest held at Town Hall
The Officers of th1s term were
OscAR HASKELL P1 erzdenz
WILLY VAN ROOSBROECK Semezmy
BERTRAM EDELMAN Publzczry Mazmzgef
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F ALL the clubs of Harrrs there IS none so worthy of pralse and yet so
una precrated as the Spanrsh Club Durrng the past term the club
functroned quretly and successfully under the capable gurdance of Mr Martel
who arms to grve the members an excellent command of spoken Sparush
The meetrngs each Monday lunch hour were made very rnterestrng by
talks 1n Spanrsh by members of the faculty and of the club Added mterest
to the programs was lent by the ramophone records whrch consrst of Spanrsh
songs The gramophone was persented to the club by Mr Salvatore and
the records by the members of the socrety
At the Easter assembly the club presented a Spanrsh play whrch was
recerved enthusrastrcally by the audrence Thrs receptron so enthused the mem
bers that preparatrons for presentrng a serres of plays next term have already
been made The club among other numerous act1v1t1es attended a meetrng
of the other New York Hrgh School Spanlsh Clubs
The Officers are as follows
AMADo CANTON P1 eszdenz
JAMES DOWLING Secfetmy
VAL GATIERREZ T1 earwer
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HARING the honors wrth the German Club as the most successful club of
the term the Iralran Club has reached the herght of IIS career
It was the Hrst club to concerve the rdea of havrng luncheons rn schooldays
rn some eatrng place rn the nerghborhood Four or five luncheons were held
at the Lrberty ROIISSCIIC each one a great success
At the Easter Assembly the Italran Club presented a school play wh1ch
was an rmmedrate success 1nsp1r1n0 the players to preparatrons for a regular
dramatrc un1t of the club next term
The paper Dante Alegherr Chronrcle appeared at regular mtervals and
although not especrally noteworthy served rts purpose
'Ihe officers were
FRANCISCO M1GL1oN1co P1 erzdenf
SALVATORE MIRABITO Sem T1 mmf E1
JOHN BIONDO Publzczty Mmzaffw
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ORMERLY used only as a supplement to the regular Physrcs courses by
fifth and srxth termers, the Scrence Club rs begrnnrng to extend 1tS popu
larrty to the lower classes, too Thrs may be attrrbuted to an rncrease rn the
desrre for SCICIIIIHC knowledge among the student body, and the fact that many
lower classmen realrze the value of knowrng somethrng about Physrcs before
studyrng the subject
The Socrety based 1tS programs upon the assumptron that a few actrve
members are better than a great many unrnterested ones In accordance wrth
thrs rdea the organrzatron functroned wrth but a few devoted club goers By
thls plan the programs were made so rnterestrng that the club s membershrp
rncreased to a very great extent and exceeded all records of the past Though
strll a comparatrvely small club when faculty speakers were on the program
the turnout was much more satrsfactory than at several larger clubs
The hard workrng OHTCCIS were
WILLY VAN RoosBRo1:cK P1 e mimi
josEPH SIEGAL Secretary
MAXWLLL WEITZMAN Pmgmm Manager
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OMPLETING another successful semester the Aero Club, only establrshed
a year ago, agam demonstrated by the popular receptron of 1ts unusually
mterestrng Programs that lf rs a permanent mstrtutron rn Harns clubdom
Under the HCIIVC gurdance of Mr Coen the faculty advrsor, the club has
attarned greater herghts, and now rates as one of the successful organrzatrons
The large attendance mamtarned at 1fS weekly meetrngs IS rn a large
measure due to the club s unlque polrcy of 1nv1t1ng IHSKIUCIOIS of the varrous
Thus, a French mstructor spolte about French avraron, a German mstructot
about German av1at1on, and rn th1s manner the members of the Aero Club
were v1v1dly told of the progress of avratron rn the leadmg countnes of the
World In add1t1on to these talks, slrdes were shown on matters relatrve to
T e officers of the club were
PAUL RABUT Pferzdem'
HERBERT ISENBERG Secfemfy
MARVIN COHEN T1eam1er
SAUL BLANKSTEIN P10 gf am Managw
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HE Math Club th1s semester surpassed all 1ts predecessors tn eve
and lrfted rtself from a pos1t1on at the bottom to one at the top
Clubdom It was mamly through the good work of the officers
asslduous offorts of Mr Carrre, the faculty advrsor, that the Soctety
to attaln to 1ts present hrvh rank
The flrst meetmg, at whrch a gathermg of some erghty stud
largest attendance at a meetrng of any club throughout the term
Mr Robmson s demonstratton of the sl1de rule, was the best, and IH
Math Socrety s success for the remamder of the semester
To avord the farlure rn the future of all attempts to organrze
Algebra Squad, If was planned to have the rmmedtate followers of
lncorporate tn rtself a group to carrv Harrts standard to Vrctory 1n
athletrc and rntellectual Held
The officers, dllrgent and untlrmg rn the1r efforts, were
IRVING DODhs Pwfzdem'
HENRY HIRSCHBERG Scmetmy T1 64112061
HERBERT P IsENBcRo Pzzblzczly Mamzgea
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HE personnel of the Art Socrety experrenced a clrastlc change th1s term
In prevrous terms the Art Socrety was composed of those HHIIISIICS rn
terested enough rn the subject to sacnhce a few hours every week However,
through the trreless efforts of Mr D Andrea, a specral Art class was 1nst1tuted
1nto the currrculum Thrs specral class of artrstrcally rnclmed Harrrsrtes num
bers about twenty and serves as the Art Socrety
As usual, th1s small group rs a quret, but mdustrrous orgamzatron about
Whrch revolves all the publrcrty used 1n the school Thrs Work has been
facrlrtated through the addrtron of a small prrntmg press by means of Whrch
all the posters seen about the school are made Srnce If can be sarcl Wrthouf
any exaggeratron that the success of the varrous Harrrs clubs IS clue, to a great
extent, to the publrcrty accorded rt by the Art Soc1ety, thrs orgamzatron rs there
fore a vrtal factor rn Harrrs Clubdom
The officers who were so mstrumental rn the success of the club th1s
RALPH HLRRERA P1 eszdem'
PAUL RABUT Sew elmy
JOSEPH GOLDBLRG C mzodmn
AMADO CANTON ..............................,................................... Vice-P1-efidenr
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umur' Newman Club
IMITED to a small number of students rn Harms, the un1Or Newman
C lub nevertheless has been functronrng wrth a consrderable degree of
success durmg the past term Under the ever helpful gurdance of Mr Frtz
patrrck the faculty adv1sOr Of many years experrence the club has admrtted
new members who are matenally contrrbutrnv to the welfare of th1s unrque
The unror Newman Club was founded several years ago by rts present
faculty adv1sOr In add1t1On to rts berng recognlzed as the Off1c1al club for
C athohc students rn Harrrs rt IS a full fledged member Of the unror Newman
Assocratron Of Amerrca As a part Of thrs natron wxde organlzatron, the club
extends to all students Of Catholrc extractron rnterestrng programs for the pur
pose of rnstrllrng rnto these students an apprecxatory sense for the rdeals and
benefits Of Catholrcrsm
The Offrcers of the club were
FRANCIS D1 FRANCO Premiemf
AMADO CANTON Secretmy
JOSEPH MCGUINESS Treasurer
RALPH HERRLRA Publicity Manager
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Stamp and Com Club
TRIVING along the nolseless tenor of the1r Way unconcerned Wrth the
farlure around them but consprcuous by therr unusual and thoroughly
heartenrng success the members of the Stamp and Corn Club have thrs past
semester earned a true recognrtron attarned by none other before them By
a rrgrd and loyal adherence to a Constrtutron lackmg that duplrcrty or purpose
the hearty support of the student body and the absence of Parlramentary pro
cedure the meetrngs of the Club have become not mere outlets of wrttrcrsms
and an rnherent hoodlum sprrrt sources of helpful rnstructron
Auctrons were held at the weekly meetrngs trades were completed and
sales made Through the efforts of the officers of the club jornt meetrngs were
held wrth srmrlar clubs of the varrous crty hrgh schools
The club paper the COLLECTOR although small was one of the most
rnterestmg of all Harrrs publrcatrons
The Officers who W1thout faculty assrstance marntarned these hrgh stand
ards of the club are
JEROME COHEN Pfemiem'
AMADO CANTON Secietm y T1e4z5me1
ALFRED GOODMAN Publzcztj Mamzgw
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C ess and Chee er' Club
O those students who are fond of the lung of sports and sport of lungs
the Chess and Checker Club offers excellent opportunrtres Save for one
or two exhrbrtrons by noted experts, the meetrngs were grven over to tourna
ment play An unrque rnnovatron was that of conductrng a separate tourna
ment each week Thrs was made possrble by playmg several matches at th
same trme The chref advantage of the rdea was that 1f any member had to
stay away from a meetrng he drd not lose a chance to play the next week
One of the chtef reasons for havrng these tournaments so often IS the
need for preparatron for the rnter scholastrc tournament next fall Of last
year s team, only aretsky, the captarn wrll be here for the tourney Realrzrng
that practrce makes perfect, or nearly so, he has decrded to grve everyone
plenty of rt
The officers of the club are
DONALD JARF rsxx P1 emiefzt
JESS WHITLIAN Seiji T16dJZl76l
MAX SCHOENFELD Pzzblzczly Mmmgw
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ATEST addltron to the ever grovvrng 11st of Hams socretres, the Camera
Club fills a long felt Want Founded at the beglnnrng of th1s semester
by Messrs Martrn and Taub to strmulate mterest rn the art of photography
and to eventually take over the photography of the Cnmson and Gold If me
wrth rrnmedrate success W1th1n tvvo weeks of the call for members a constr
tutlon was drawn up, officers elected, and plans gotten under way for a snap
shot contest and an exhrbxnon of the entr1es 1n the lrbrary Both were subse
quently held and were very successful
Nor was the Work of the club confined to strlls Motron prctures were
grven therr full share of attentron and at almost every meetrng a showmg was
made of the work of one of the members of the club
The ofhcers who so ably conducted the affa1rs of the Camera Club dunng
the past term are
MYRON HOWARD P165I6ll6'7Qf
Jl:ROME COHEN S6C16f6l1jl
ARFHUR KRIVIS Publicity Mmwgef
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UE to the constant growth of the Library the Library Squad has of
necessity been so enlarged and has had its duties so increased that it is
now one of the most important organizations at Harris Were it not for it
Miss ames would not have been able to care for the library in her usual
efficient manner and as a result only a small portion of the six hundred and
more students who visited it during the past semester would have been able
to avail themselves of its services
Although by its constant growth it has become one of the largest high
the move to 23rd Street its quarters will be so enlarged that it will surpass in
size even the DeWitt Clinton library the largest in the city When this
ha pens the Library Squad will be again enlarged and its importance to the
Harris students will be still more increased
T e students who composed this squad during the past semester are
Narins DeKorp Fensterstock Wolfsky Oris Seidenberg
Fliegelman Whitman Gross Ordman Moses Ginsberg
Arriessohn Lavrne Hewitt Klatzlxin and Schact
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AYING asrde the popular comedy farce of the last few semesters rn
favor of the more subtle humor of Oscar Wrlde the Varsrty Show Players
rn undertakrng The Importance Of Bernff Earnest have achreved unpre
Coachecl for the second term by Mr Dayton N Denner of the Englrsh
Department the cast played to capacrty houses on the 23rd and 24th of May
The hrghly cr1t1cal audrences accepted the presenratron wrth a true and heart
felt apprecratron Vrctor W Brkales playlng on the Senror ex enlng and Rrchard
Tolrns rn the openrng performance drsplayed unusual hlstrronrc ab1l1ty vvhrle
Wrllram Eller as the soph1sr1cated young Londoner gave excellent perform
ances on both evenrngs
In the supportrng cast were the Mrsses Axel and Whse of Hunter Hrgh
School Mrss wood of the CIVIC Repertory Troupes Mrss Walker oseph
McGurness and Leroy Zehren
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EORGANIZATION even under the best of condrtrons IS exceedrngly
drfficult and therefore when Elrck Budovsky undertook to reorganrze
the Classrcal Socrety he was faced wrth a colossal task Yet he was successful
90 successful rndeed that the Class1cal SOCICIY has regarned rts former self
The brg achrevement of the club thrs term was the presentatron of the
drama Poeta an all Lat1n play Thrs along wrth the V1rg1l Annrversary
pro rams held rn honor of the famous Roman poet was extremely popular
among the students and d1d much to rncrease the popularrty of the socrety
At the begrnnrng of the semester a degenerated and practlcally dormant
department of the club-the Rostra was rev1ved Thrs publrcatron appeared
regularly on the bulletrn board and contarned news of much rnterest to
students of Latrn
The Ofl:1CCfS of the Socrety were
EL1cK BUDovsKY P1 erzdenz
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BEN JAMIN DISSIN Publzrzzy Manager
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FTER three terms spent as the butt of everyones favorrte joke the In
formatron Bureau was reorvanrzed and IS now the useful orvanrzatron
planned by 1ts founder Rrchard Wells
At the suggestron of Mr Goldwav, the efhcrent faculty advrsor of the
organrzatron, the officers decrded to abandon the old 1dea of postrng someone
at a desk on the concourse floor to be confronted by numerous students who
asked supposedly humorous rrddles Accordmg to the present arrangements,
one blackboard rn every Englrsh room IS grven over to the Bureau Before
nrne o clock every morning, a member Wrrtes on the boards notices of all the
events of the commg day In thrs way, everyone rn the school IS rnformed of
the events of the day
The officers of the organrzatron, who worked so hard and unselfishly for
the good of the student body, are
NATHANIEL FENsT1:RsTocK D11 efzof
JONAS SALK Secofzfl Vice Dz1ect01
BFRNARD SEIGFRIED Thnd Vzce D11 ectof
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RACTICING mcessantlv, and playmg at all school affarrs, from the rn
formal assemblres to the pompous commencements, the Orchestra has
become the true servant of the school Under the leadership of Professor Nerd
lmger, and then of Professor Wrlson rt has Grown from a small group of
vrolmrsts to an able and competent ensemble
NW 1th the addrtron of wmd rnstruments and the drums, the orchestra was
able to present more drffrcult preces than ever before And holdmg two re
hearsals a week the orchestra has been able to greatly mcrease rts repertorre
The peak of the year s accomplrshment was the presentatron of several
selectxons at a meetrng of the teachers of the major hrgh schools of the crty
The offrcers of thrs organrzatron are
PAUL BAUMAN P1 erzdenz
HENRY ELLISON S ecretaf y
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HIGH schools fame IS greatly enhanced by the prowess of her teams In
thrs respect, Townsend Harrrs Hall frnds herself rn a dual posrtron
For a number of years, her teams have been gradually growrng fewer, the
materral of her squads, scantrer, and her athletrc reputatron, weaker In fact,
so far as her standrng rn sportdom rs concerned she has been slowly descendmg
rnto total obscurrty Nevertheless rn sprte of the deprecratron rn her sportrng
realm Harrrs, to her rrvals remarns aloof, elevated on a pedestal of reverence,
the cynosure of questronrng eyes How can a Hrgh School, such as Harrrs,
where sports are of professed unrmportance, whose teams lack the professronal
coachrng so apparent rn therr opponents turn out athletrc aggregatrons at all?
What fountam of perpetual sprrrt anrmates her representatrves on the freld of
competrtronp These and srmrlar querres contrnue to puzzle outsrders, yet we
see them answered term after term
Durrng no other perrod has Harrrs looked upon such drastrc changes rn
her sportrng framework as have taken place rn the last three years It has
wrtnessed the last stand of a Harrrs Basketball team It has watched the
Baseball team drop from an envrable pos1t1on rn the PSAL to a menral
one rn the Prep School League And further st1ll rt has seen the Track team
once an outstandrng rrval of the Crty Champrons go through a season wrthout
garnerrng a srngle pomt
In former years, Harrrs athletrc aggregatrons were wont to ascrrbe the
glory of therr VICIOIICS to the 1nebr1ant sprrrt anlmatrng the school rn general
Now however, they may wrth more proprrety, attrrbute therr degenerated con
drtron to the lack of rnterest, and to the sluggrshness so notrceable among
In addrtron to the dont care attrtude drsplayed by the students, the
proposrtron of equrprng the teams has always been one of great concern Due
to the fact that the student body IS comparatrvely small, and, as a consequence
the source of revenue, the teams have been handrcapped by rnferror equlp
ment Furthermore, a convenrent place for the physrcal development of the
teams 15 hkewrse lackrng Therefore rn v1ew of these varrous obstacles to be
overcome by our athletes, rs rt not httle wonder that they are almost completely
Strll Harrrs goes on, always puttrng out teams that go down to defeat
coverrng themselves wrth glory by the rndomnrtable and never say dre sprrrt
teams that have never experrenced the rnvrgoratrng thrrll vshrch contestants
realrze when they hear the encouragrng plaudrts of therr schoolmates, teams
that week after week, struffgle for the fame and recognrtron of a school that
fergns rgnorance of therr endeavors and that shows no acknowledgment of
therr sacrrfrce To these men we heartrly extend our prarse hoprng that rn
so dorng, we may awaken the student body to a realrzatron of therr task
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URDENED wrth the tradrtron of belng one of the few Harrrs teams that
could hold therr own avamst any opponent an unexperrenced track team
sorely depleted rn ranks by graduatron thrs term set rtself nobly to the task
before If of carrymg on a spotless record
But rt found out early rn the term that If was no match for the other crtv
Hrgh School teams Undaunted by therr drsmay upon findrng that no matter
tests therr efforts were of no avarl the cmder pushers kept doggedly on
entermg every meet contmually hoprng that by some une pected stroke of
luck they would be repard for all therr troubles
Among the many runners of promrsrng abrlrty uncow ered thrs term Wrlson
appeared to have the edge over Zrmmerman rn the 440 Whrle Pruchansky
Vrsaper Rosenfreld and Cutler have vred wrth each other rn varyrng degrees
of success for the honor of best century runner In the 220 yard drstance
Edelman and Kern have shown outstandrng abrlrty
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T THE outset of the terms campargn the Fenclng Team for the first
trme rn the hrstory of the sport 1n Harrrs, looked ahead wrth doubtful
Its omrnous expectatrons were fulfllled when If lost two consecutrve
matches to Morrrs, and one to Washrngton
Regarnrng lost prestrge, however, Captarn Abrams, representrng Harrrs
at the crty champronshrps, captured ten consecutrve bouts and advanced to the
final round, only to meet defeat at the hands of jungman, a comparatrve new
comer from New Utrecht
However, begrnnrnv wrth Barrrnger, the trro frnally roused rtself from
1ts lethargy to complete an otherwrse credrtable season
The trro th1s term consrsted of the veteran Captarn Irvrng Abrams a
marnstay for the past three terms, Henry Karlrn and Leonard Le1ght Manager
Francrs D1 Franco, rn addrtron to h1s managerral dut1es has proven hrs use
fulness by ably substrtutrnff on several occasrons As usual a host of lower
classmen has been learnrng the rudrments of the art at the hands of Captarn
Abrams But srnce Karlrn Le1ght and D1 Franco w1ll contrnue at Harrls
another term the team wrll remarn rntact
Manaver D1 Franco succeeded 1n arrangrng a very rnterestrng schedule
whrch rncluded matches wrth Morrrs, XVHSh1HgIOH, Barrrnger Central Textrle,
Morrrs Evenrng and Boys
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T the beginning of the term the absence of golf addicts was the sole
drawback to the undertaking of pre season drrll and for a while the
forming of a team was dropped However at the suggestion of Coach
McEwan Lester Feinstein the manager nnally issued a call for candidates
To hrs surprise he found the meeting room packed to capacity by as enthusi
astic and hopeful a group as ever tried out for a Harris team With this show
of encouragement a hasty eliminative tournament was started
the best pill chasers at Harris The team practised regularly at Van Cort
landt Park while a schedule was drawn up with several city high schools
Although the golfers steadily improved their game which at the beginning
of the term neighbored in the hundreds was gradually lowered until 80 became
a common occurrence they could never overcome the handicap of their early
The schedule for the past term arranged by Lester Feinstein included
matches with jefferson Roosevelt Clinton Evander Childs Boys Columbia
Grammar Textile and several others
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INISHING rts second season out of P S A L competrtton the baseball team
astounded all Harrrs cynrcs by playrng a brand of ball unknown smce
the days of yore By darrng to launch a campargn more arduous than rt would
have to endure as a member of the P S A L the ntne brought upon rtself
much rrdrcule and rather uneven scores vsere complacently expected by the
majorrty of the students
However rn the Hrst game of the season agarnst a strong Clrnton n1ne
the team drsproved all pess1m1st1c predrctrons by puttmg up a strff fight and
losrng only after havrng led Clrnton for the better half of the game
Wrth such an opener to lead them on the ball tossers came through a
grrllrng schedule wrth colors flyrng The brunt of the season s play was borne
by Capt Edelstern and Letz who comprrsed the prtchrng staff At the recerver s
end although he had two capable understudtes rn O Bloom and Fabrrcant
vsas the dependable Rosenberg In the rnfleld there was Ash coverrng the
mitral sack Frne on the keystone bag the cavortrng shortstop Honey Block
and the errotless Robeson on thtrd Out rn the garden where the sluggers
repose were Poretz Samrlow and Greenfield and occas1onally Buslrk If need
be there were sufflcrent and capable substltutes 1n Skudowrtz Wersel Klern
man Brownstern and Ahtens
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FTER havrnff coached an rnexperrenced squad durlng the early part of the
term rn the pornts they were able to glean from a seasons playmg
Capt Steve Tolrns and Manager Murray Rosenberg then led the Lacrosse
wrelders through a season successful as Harr1s seasons go Although many
men of promrsrng abrlrty were uncovered the average werght and stature of
the team offered serrous handrcap whrch lf was unable to overcome
A pre season rrvalry between Kurrs and Hasrns for the goalre posrtron
came to an unexpected end rn the selectron of Red Shanes Although an
attack man prevrously Shanes vxas dependable between the strcks under al'
crrcumstances In Hart Gutterman and Rreser Harr1s had a well balanced
defense whrch at all trmes acqurtted rtself honorably In the mrdst of everv
frav Harr1s was well represented erther by Steve Tolrns Murray Rosenberg
Scotty McDermott Drck Tolrns MlCkCy Curran Leon Smrth or Charles Roth
man all of whom formed the regular attack Should substxtutron have been
necessary Sprke Rosenberg Jesse Wrtchell Srdney Waldman Elkan Wendkos
or Charles Ordman were always ready to relreve
The schedule arranged for the past term brought Harr1s agamst the Crtv
College jayvees Bovs Mad1son New Utrecht Hamrlton Manual and
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IINSTRUCTIONS FOR REUNIONS The class has been druded Into seven groups each under
the supervxsron of one secretary who wIll always be In communrcatxon wrth the Secretary In chxef
Harold Lavme At the meetmgs of the commlttee each secretary wIll represent hrs group It w1ll
be the duty of each secretary to correspond wrth hrs group at defxmte Intervals so as to keep
them Informed of the HCIIVIIICS and plans of the commrttee In case of removal from your present
address notrfy your secretary
1 Harold Lavme Secretary
ABRAMS MELVILLE F
ABRAMSON DAVID A
ARIESSOHN ARTHUR M
BIGMAN STANLEY K
BIKALES VICTOR W
BLANKSTEIN SAUL C
COHN WALTER I
235 I't Washrngton Avenue
500 4th Avenue L I Clty
526 W 158th Street
105 W 94th Street
165 Prnehurst Avenue
1306 St Nrcholas Avenue
3422 Knox Place
74 W 176th Street
1750 Harrlson Avenue
301 West 55th Street
681 West 193rd Street
2685 UHIVEISIIY Avenue
946 Leggett Avenue
956 Srmpson Street
916 Trffany Street
8 Manhattan Avenue
546 West 165th Street
815 West 181St Street
2524 Creston Avenue
201 West 95th Street
6 Archer Drrve Bronxvllle N Y
Morton D Mrller, Secretary
595 East 167th Street
935 St Nrcholas Avenue
627 Wales Avenue
122 West 64th Street
305 East 170th Street
821 East 166th Street
365 West 118th Street
24 Bennett Avenue
1767 Wrcks Avenue
Montgomery Street Brooklyn
825 West End Avenue
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1013 Fox Street
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925 St Nlcholas Avenue
883 East 176th Street
3 Melvm D Goodman, Secretary
25 West 81st Street
40 West 111th Street
2320 Bronx Park East
68 East 94th Street
1733 Anthony Avenue
184 West 179th Street
2452 Erghth Avenue
2245 Prospect Avenue
110 West 86th Street
262 Central Park West
749 East 175th Street
235 West 102nd Street
1902 7th Avenue
1035 Anderson Avenue
310 West 106th Street
129 East 73rd Street
117 Seaman Avenue
1083 Longfellow Avenue
1837 Clrnton Avenue
4 Srdney Hecker, Secretary
LEHMAN KURT jf
1360 Lyman Place
2049 Bronx Street
38 Orange Street Brooklyn
454 Ft Washxngton Avenue
3231 81st Street jackson Hts L I
2031 Webster Avenue
574 West End Avenue
1435 Ogden Avenue
1803 Rrversrde Dnve
Steckers Cottage Hewrtt L I
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1564 Crotona Park East
880 West 181st Stree
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1479 Macombs Road
2065 Walton Avenue
132 Seaman Avenue
1560 Amsterdam Avenue
2546 45th Street L I tv
96 Wadsworth Terrace
228 East 87th Street
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5 Henry Block Secretary
2298 Creston Avenu
291 Henry Street
1391 Madison Avenue
117 07 Boulevard Rockaway Beach
601 West 1-42nd Street
3070 Barnbrrdge Avenue
580 West 176th Street
1052 Bryant Avenue
2070 Creston Avenue
656 West 167th Street
999 Aldus Street
2471 Davrdson Avenue
5 West 122nd Street
680 West End Avenue
875 West 180th Street
17 East 97th Street
2701 Grand Concourse
91 Central Park West
1515 Selwyn Avenue
601 West 160th Street
6 George McDermott, Secretary
1165 Bryant Avenue
5619 Mosholu Avenue
701 West 177th Street
541 West 204th Street
127 West 79th Street
590 West 172nd Street
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VON DOENHOFF CARL
WURZEL EDWARD M
700 West 176th Street
27 West 96th Street
1678 Crotona Park East
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To Mr jacob A Frzedman or hu ever help ul guzdance
through the nanczal problefny that arofe zn the :nuance
0 thu book
To M1 Albert P D Andrea 01 hu kznd adozce and oalu
able tznte expended tn dtrectzng the Art Sta
To Mr Bernard Perlrnutter Ol hu actwe zntereft zn the
czrculatzon of the Crunxon and Gold
To Menu Robert H Alles james E Flynn and Louzx R
Trzllzntg or their help zn revzeuzng the artzclef zn thu book
To Mr Eduard Gotthelf o the Eaftern States Przntzng and
Publzfhzng Company or hu znoaluable counyel zn the tech
nzcal nzatterf relatzue to the publzcatzon o thu volume
To Mr Ralph Gernfhau o the Arthur Studzoy or hzs
afyzftance zn Juperozszng all the photography or thzy
And to the ntentberf 0 the Art Sta or ereatzng the Art
work zn thu zsfue
The Edztors o the Crunfon and Gold of june 1930 extend
their szncere gratztude
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Last W1ll and Testament Of
The Class Of June, 1930
We tbe rnernbem 0 tbe Cla55 0 une 1930 o Town5end Har115 Hall zn
tbe Oty 0 New York bavzng completed 0111 alloted and addztzonal tznu
1c1tb1n tbe5e wall5 and bezng declared 0 5o11nd rnznd by tbe enzznent D1 Berg
and otber noted 7 brazn 5pec1al15t5 do make pnblzc and declare tb15 our La5t
Wzll and Te5tan1ent a5 ollow5
1 To Mr Flynn ue gzve and begaeatb a book on tbe E5k11no D1alect5
or re erence zn add1e551ng b15 cla55e5
7 To oar 1no5t re5pected and beloved 1n5t111cto1 1n H15to1y M1 Geo1ge
W' Blake we gzve and begneatb a ty oot cbznzney uztb a p1pe5ten1 attacbed
and ten ca1load5 o tobacco 50 tbat be nzay never lack tbe enjoyment o a .f7710k6
Tbe a orementzoned cbzrnney 15 to be erected zn Lewzfobn Stadzznn and tbe
pzpe 5te1n broagbt to b15 roorn tbrozz b tbe elevator 5ba t
3 To our bene1 olent 1n5tr11ctor M1 Cbaftney we gzve and beqaeatb
an electrzc bor5e and a T111k15b batb to be placed under tbe .ftage 1n tbe
a5re1nbly ball If after Zlfltlg tbe a or5a1d apparatzu 1t II oand tbat tbe bonor
able docto1 doe5 not 1edace to any extent tbe elect11c bo15e IJ to be gzven to
M1 Mark Fender5on and tbe T11rk15b batb to our learned caretaker Pop
4 To 0111 rnzld and patzent 1n5t111cto1 D1 T111e5dale we owe and be
qaeatb 50 ftyj 5and bag5 to be arranged above tbe cba115 o b15 5t11dent5
117 e al5o beqaeatb a patented relea5e 01 lettzng the 5a11dbag5 d1op on any
5t11dent5 zcbo a1e engaged 1n talkzng 5neak1ng oat o 1oo1n 51gn1ng g1een
5 To oar well known nzatb 1115t111cto1 D1 Rob1n5on we gzve and be
qneatb a contract a11anged wztb Sbejzeld I'a1n15 wbe1eby a q11a1t bottle o
milk be del1ve1ed to bzrn at tbe begznnzng o eacb pe11od at lf one bal
przce Sazd contract If good for ten yea15 and 15 not tran5 e1able
6 All tbe 1e5t re51d11e and 1e1na1nde1 o 0111 p1ope1ty we gzve dev15e
a11d beqneatb to oar wortby dzrector P10 Falzon and to b15 be1r5 exec11tor5
ad1n1n15trato15 and a551gn5 oreve1
7 We bereby appoznt Dr Mendel5obn and M155 RZCDIE1 exec11to15 o tb15
0111 la5t wzll and te5ta1nent and we orde1 tbat tbe 5a1d exec11to15 5ball not be
reaazred to gzve bon115 condztzoned or tbe aztb nl pe1 orntance o tbezr d11tze5
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1 HENRY BLOCK
2 MELVIN D GOODMAN
3 JACOB H LANDMAN
Attorney at Law
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