Trinity Pawling School - Scroll Yearbook (Pawling, NY)
- Class of 1953
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THE Ifln TRINITANNUS
'IRINITX PAXX LINC SCHOOL
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Published by the Senior Class
DEUIL T U
To Mr Dav1d A Tnrrell who has ln thes past years
so pauently hstened to all our gnevances w1th an open
mmd and constantlv 1nsp1red us WVltl'1 1ud1c1ous advlce
and gentle encouragement 1n our pursult of all that IS
just and commendable the graduatmg class of 1953
humbly dedlcates th1s book
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jay' Entered I949
Richmond Road Douglaston L I N
Duke Varsrty Iootball 2 5 4 V Basketball 2 3
B1sketb1ll4 V Baseball Captain I Var
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Drama Club 5 4
One of the leading, athletes of the elass ay has
helped our teams on many oeelslons Wlfl1OlIf doubt
howewer he wlll be looked upon nn the years to eome
IS the mm xx: h the subtle humor yeh humor Besides
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Tony Entered 1951
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Neyer one to be outdone on mn ireument of any
kmd Tony can often be seen heatedly dlseussme
some eontrox erslal POINT ot problem On oee xsron yse
haye obseryed hlm unotheully teaehnngb Math IV
during study hall or arranenne the mdust III the plt
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4 if n 5 L11tereel 1950
1045 Park Ayenue Nevy York 28 N Y
M1ddle-bury V lootb1ll5 I V Hotlxcy 5 4
V Baseball -1 Spanrsh Club 3 Secretary -1 Math
Club 2 Drama Club 3 Glee Club 7 3 -1 Cl1o1r
The- foremost sound effeets man of the ages Sandy
has entertamed many mth hxs rife effects and spar
lelmf, mt 1n classes as well as around the eampus
Sandy who sets the styles ID eolleglate dress and
who nexer mxsses a party IS headed for 11 sueeessful
lrfe filled wlth many frlends
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IX Entered 1952
18 Lmdslq Street Waterbclry Conn
Tr1n1ty Virelty lootbrcll 1 VlfSlf, Hockey 4 Var
my Track 4 Student Counc1l 4 Dance Commrttee
4 Spanmh Club 4
Ray the Rock rates h1gh on the schools popu
larlty poll Outatandmg on the gr1d1ron Ray has also
earned hrs place IH the classroom wlth eonsrstently
good grades H15 hlceable character .md humor to
gether mth h1s bulgrng blCCPS make h1m one of the
most respected of all T P men
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he second i,CIlC1'.1fIOfl ot Inmbs to attend th1S
chool G11 was unrxrnmously elected to be .1 prefect
by the Class ot Ha A POpLlllI' boy and 1 good Stu
den G11 should do well Ill college
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1030 Wooelyercet Ayenue Brom. S7 New Yorlx
n euded V Iootblll I 7 Vlrslty lootl ll 3
Student founul I Camera Club 7 Drxml Club
Op Club l
One ol thc orniglnal members ot our alms Art
vull long be remembered by hns ITL1I'ly frrends at
school for hrs imeere pereonahty and mllmgness to
help whenexer needed lhs duly trnps to the ehapel
rn the cold ot mnter to proynde hut for us haye
made hlm famous
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46 Midland Ayenue Glen Ridge N
Lafayet e V Iootball 3 V Soeeer 4 Varslty
Swlmmmg Manager 4 Vanity Traelx a 4 Rlfle
Club 3 Spanlsh Club -l
When Tom IS not ln the shower he may be found
ln hm room worlemg dnlngently on his math home
yyorlx Seriously though Tom will long be remem
bered for hlb mlent LOI1XLI'5J.flOl1 yxhleh has Charae
terlzed his preu L persomlrty
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Unleuded Vlrstty Soeeer 5 Vlrsnty Hoeleey lxllli
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Although CILIICI and subdued ery his beeome
lenovxn throughout the sehool is the great .xrteest
md his efforts I1 ue frequently been lflSfI'UIlClllll IH
the sueeess ol t tntes ind the x trnous sehool vublxtt
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em ny Lntered 1951
48 Poplar Ayenue WhCCllllfj W Va
Duke Varsity Soeeer 5 Vars1ty l'ootbal14 Varslty
SXNIIUITIIDE., 3 C0 Captaln 4 V Baseball 3 Varslty
Bxseblll 4 Xearboole 4 T P Times 4 Glee Club 3
C holr 3 SP1IllSl1 Club 3 Drama Club 4
Dxele kept up the SWIIUYUIUE teams morale by
Consistently tuning., polnts vylth his Superb CllXll'1g
The eluet stlrter Ill lluglllllg bouts DlCl's has made
hnmselt popular vsuth exerybody His amusung antles
and t.1t1.1l evpresaxons wxll long be remembered by
hls many trlends
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When not wrrtmg etters to hrs admrrers Tutk
stalvtart swimmer wus helprng the tank term
through fue seasons Tuck rs xlso an attrxe member
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hardest worker Many trmes haxe we seen the famt
glow of hrs lrght through the transom rn the vxee
hours of the mormng, eff also should be tom
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6 Duscnbcrry Road Bronxxglle.
Dclmirc Ullllifilfy V Sorrcr 5 Varslty'l0ot
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days One xxcclx hc had thru ot thrsc hoxxexcr
when thc real om rzrrrxcd thc scmor Ll.19S presentul
hrm mth .1 lsldllllllf., red tlc .1 token of thcnr ap irc
matron of hrs lmppy smnlc
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S yuniors the class of 1954 has certainly made
its impression upon the school lt has con
tributed to all phase of school life participating
in both athletic and extra curricular activities
yycll as maintaining scycral boys on the honor roll
The yunror class was active in all of the fall
syorts Bob Martin and john Coul er veteran
center respectiyely on Trinity Pawlings Varsity
Football Team As ends on the same team Alex
Kerr Bruce Schlusemeyer and Phil Smith played
well throughout the season Barry Murtha was an
excellent replacement at quarterback while Len
Compres strengthened the teams defensive play
G11 Stannard and Bill Fairbairn played good ball
wheney er needed There were more juniors repre
sented on the V squad Ken Palmer Ed Kelly
Dick Melgard Harris Lydon and Bill Eldridge
were among the most prominent players The
spirit and hustle of all the junior players added
greatly to both teams
The Soccer Team also carried its share of
yunrors with Fisher Green Caruso and Webb
on the forward line Cornell and Van Rensselaer
in the halfback slots and Lane in the goal
The winter sports proved an equally able
ground for the yuniors vuth many boys playing
excellently on the Hockey Basketball and Swim
The yuniors were also active in the spring sports
as many teams were aided by their competent play
This xaluable experience will doubtlessly help the
xarious teams next year
Many of the schools clubs were manned to
quite an extent by fifth formers Their presence
was especially strong in the Glee Club and Choir
All other actrylties also oyened their ranks to
In the scholastic field, the fifth form consistently
added several names such as jeff Webb, Bob
Martin, Phil Smith, and Tony Rodriguez, to
the honor roll with others on many times during
The Hfth form was ably led by its Student
Council members, jeff Webb, Bob Martin, and
Ken Palmer, who represented the entire class
Thus with such a varied contribution to school
life, the class of '54 has certainly left its mark
on Trinity' Pawling
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Yiwu! win fllugh Sr, Lqgrr, Andy lfi5hcr, Boh Sion. H.irriN Lyiion, 'Iohn Turnhull.
Hoxmrii Tc-ter. Bill Ku-ssl1.1cfcr. Bill lliirlmiirii,
I-fffm' wir- 'IL-ii I..rnu. Izii hilly. 'lim Mllon. Dirk xIL'isj.ll'ti. Hill Ifhiriiigr. LL-n
Coiiiprr-N. Ah-x Kerr. Miko Mirtorii. Cir-orgy liixiix. Bill XY'hiu,
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,I-IE form opened its sophomore year by elect-
ing Peter Harrington and Thomas Newcomb
as its Student Council representatives. It may be
added that both are doing an excellent job.
The class of 1955 has held down top honors
in the academic held as Thomas Newcomb led
the school with a 94 average going into the fourth
quarter and with David Allemeyer, Peter Harring-
ton, james Day, and Terry Ray constantly on the
In the fall the sophomore class went out whole-
heartedly for football with a few boys trying their
hand at soccer. Laury Hunt, who last year was
captain of the Third Football Team, ro:e and
became first-string back on the Varsity, and Greg
Nisonger, a newer boy to the form, displayed his
football ability by gaining a first-string guard
position. Both boys were contributing factors to
T-P's victorious football season. In soccer, jack
Walsh earned a well-deserved Varsity letter, while
Alan Davoll gained one on the V. squad.
As the winter sports season rolled in, the ma-
jority of the form went out for hockey. Peter
Holman, Peter Harrington, George Luce, and
Noel Wallace were members of the Varsity Hockey
Squad. In basketball, little Bruce Bundy will be
remembered for his magnificent game against the
Williams College Freihmen. Greg Nisonger and
Laury Hunt again made the climb from the Fourth
Team to the Varsity. Rolf Andersen was the sec-
ond highest scorer of the Varsity Swimming Team
as he broke the school record for the 100-yard
The form also has high hopes of holding down
varsity positions in spring sports with Laury Hunt
assured of a slot on the Varsity Tennis Squad and
southpaw Don Fielding sure to retain his posi-
tion as a pitcher for the Varsity Baseball Team.
The sophomores displayed great interest in
extra-curricular activities, having many boys in the
Rifle, Camera, Church, and Glee Clubs and Choir.
The Class of 1955 is privileged to have such
individuals as Peter Barnes, an up and coming
artist, Tony Pezet, a future scientist, Paul Have-
ner, an outstanding photographer, and Bob Reck-
nagel, who wants to become a concert organist,
among other personalities.
The faculty and the student body have great
hopes for the Class of 1955.
In f wuz Art CIUIJUN, Brmc Iiumiy, Ihu- Ally-lnnygr. Tom Nuuozulx 'Iolm C.1rtiur
SILIAFI XY'l1iu4 Bob Iiukrwqggl.
mf M14 -f-P.1L1I H.1Kcm'r. Petr Hxrrington. ,Ink Tuma-r. 'lim D153 IDOI1 Moslf.-51 Tom
Tumlvull. Ikur Barmx Alum D.1m1l. Tomy PL-zu.
I mf l'ffI4 Pup- Holman. Don lfig-ldillg. hllvrry lily. Georg- hun. cQI'L'5,j Nisongui Nom
XX'.1ll.uc, Liury Hum. -Luk XY'.1lsh. Rolf Amlcrsclm.
S has been the custom srnee the begmnmg of
Trmxty Pawlmg boys passed through the
doors m September to start their boardmg school
Of the thrrteen boys 111 Form Three two come
from South Amerlca They are Rafael Rodrlquez
and Ron Sehvyartz The others hall from saruous
parts of the Umted States
The boys of Form Three partlcupated wlth en
thuslasm IU many fall sports Bob Pans Bill
Svxayne and olm Salayerry were on the V
Iootball Team whlle Baron Fanrbalrn Chrls
Chrrstofferson Erlc Hasselman George Holdmg
ohn Sehon and Scott Wltwer made the Thrrd
Team Dase Wl11te Ron Schwartz and Rafael
Rodrlquez played on the Soccer Team
Durmg the vxmter season most of the boys
brayed the cold and played for the V Hoclcey
'lexm Howeyer Carl Matson and Scott Wxtwcr
went out for swrmmxng whlle Daxe Whlte played
Midget Baseball Carl and Scott both promlsmg
swlmmers offer support for future teams Bob
Paras and George Holdmg were both first strmg
In extra curricular actmtres the form as a whole
seemed to luke the Rrfle Club best Seseral how
cxer were ln the Glee Club Most eseryone be
longed to some club The forms actne partrcu
patron appears to be a good Slfgll for the years to
Daxe Whlte whose spnrnt and defensrye worlc
for the Varsity Soccer Team were excellent de
sery es special mentlon because nn the past few boys
of Form Three haye quallfled themselxes for the
team Also may lt be said here that Daxes fme
tenor YOICC was a real asset to both the Glee Club
and the Chorr Baron Farrbarrn aside from hrs
vsork rn Midget I'ootball serxed mth drstmctnon
as waterboy for the Varslty Football Team
In the begmnmg of the year the cla s elected
as therr Student Council Reprcsentatne Bob
Pans who has led his class IU 1 good start here
at Trmlty Pawlmg Much rs hoped from thls cllss
and nts posrtlon as school leaders hould be a
I sf 1 Georg: Holdlnzg Duc VVIMQ Bob Puls olm Schon Chrls Chrrstoffgrson
Semmf :vm--R.1f.1cI Rodriqucz, Erin H.15sclman, john S.1l.1x'crry. Sgott Xwitwcr, Baron
Ifuirbtxim. Ronald Snhwartz.
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hllllly Hunslclccr Phil Hiuclmcy Ind G11 Limb
agun took chargc ot thc stuclcnt goscrnmcnt of
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supcrxlscd thc vnorlc progrrm stttlons Thc COl1IlLll
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an lrdcd ithlctrc lcttcrs supcruscd thc school cl lnccs
and acted as thc mam llnlc bctvcccn studcnt and
Thc Actrutlcs C.OlTTIUIflC.L mldc up ol in Ltlllcll
numbcr ol mastcrs and studcnts conccrncd ltsclf
wth supcrxxsxnag thc cxtrxcurrlcular phiscs ot school
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clubs 1nd m1dc ccrtun th ll ucry boy xx rs criclccd rn
at lcist onc ictrxxtx It also sanctloncd thc rcturn of
thc Dcbatlng and lrcnch clubs and :crrangcd tor the
dlffcrcnt Glcc Club conccrts
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HIS your thc thoir was LOIIIPOSCLI ol' llIII'lCL'II hoys pitkt-tl from
thc Glcc Club. Spatial work ou thor.1I music was done for every
Sunday thapcl scrvitc. Mr, IXILIIII-OTLI, tht- new musit dircttor, did i111
cxtt-llciit joh of OYCLZLIIIIZIIIKLI .md dircttiug this yt-.1r's thoir. vvhith mug
some of his original toiupositioims, The thoir xx.1s .III t'i1jt1y.1IwIc p.1rt ol'
this 1'c.1r's Suudilv tlmlwcl scrvitcs.
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toimstly. St.1rrcd in this produttitm wort- Stu t- XY'ilki11sor1. Tony I.tft-ds.
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lim' ol' txxt-he hoys. singing NOHM' of Mr. Mumford s original tom'
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l'1r1b1r1n V1r1 Renssclrel Henry I1rnh Slllllltifi HlULllkX 'Newberry Webb 'Nugent Orton
N 1bbreyr1ted form of l1st ye1rs st1ff took
oyer the helm of the l9w5 yearbook rn Sey
tember 1937 Heided by urney Hunsreker 1nd
Tuek Noble Coldrtors the OI'i,llNZ1fl0Il w ls
soon tunetronrng 1 ordr111ted rrnrt
The Busrness M1n1ger George Holmrn wl1o
was helped by 1n Sdl1l'l1OD 1nd eff Webb drl
1n unusual yob rn seturrng 1ds and rarsrng the
neeessary funds Wrthout hrs eonstant energy and
do 'ged persrstenee the Trrnrtrnnus would neyer
h ue re 1ehed the publishers
eff Nugent .1 yery able photognpher spent
mueh of hrs trme t1krng rnform1ls llltl the sports
pretures Hrs skrll wrth 1 e1rner1 h1s been well
demonstrated on the pages of thrs annu1l He w1s
helpfully assrsted rn thrs job by Hugh St Leger
who also supplred many of the sports pretures
The senror w rrte ups were dryrded among Drek
Newberry Cul Lamb and Mrles Henry Tl1e dry er
rfreatron of therr 1rtreles truly shows therr talent
ery Neyrn agarn drd an outstandrng job rn draw
Illg the sketches for the yarrous elubs md ellsses
He also worked wrth Drek Newberry rn ere rtrng
the seetron drxrders
unror Phrl Smrth w1s le1ture I lrtor 1r1d 1
hrd sueh boys 15 Phrl HlLlgllLy Brll Van Rens
selaer eff Webb Noel Wallaee Tom Neweornlw
1nd Bob Parrs to help hrm rn hrs task of wrrtrng
1nd edrtrng 1ll the 1rtrtles on the forms llkl elubs
Another yunror Brll larrbarrn w 1s Sports Ldrtor
He w1s uded rn hrs trme tonsumrng work by Ike
Co Ldrtor Hunsreker keynoted the sueeess of
the ye1rbook eontrnually houndrng 1uthors of
oyerdue artreles 1nd wrrtrng busrness letters to
would be adyertrsers Hrs strek tort rttrtude w1s
eharaeterrstre of that of the entrre yexrbook staff
It would be rmpossrble to erte 1ll the boys
whose splendrd eooperatron wrs so rrnportmt to
tl1e suetess of the yearbook but a word must be
sard rn appreeratron of Mr Trrrell who saerrtreed
so mueh of hrs trme and effort to make thrs year
book 21 sueeess Wrthout hrs gurdanee the Trrnr
fl.UI1LIS mrght neyer hue beeome 1 re1lrty
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TRIMTY PAWLING TIMES
H Trlnlty Pawhng 'Innes ot libs was untor
t ately aanexervwet by tae re rtney sma
NIZL ot rts statf nexertheless at eontmued to tollow
the hugh standar ls set at the beglnnrng ot tae
year wrth regard to news toyerage appearante
and eluahty There was an mereased emphasis
upon the extraeurrltular phases ot sehool hte
Sports were gnen 1 page of thelr own The per
manent teatures were also expanded Due to the
growing number ot alumnl w haeh the sehool now
has the alumni eolumn was .able to eoyer more
tully the aetnrtles ot those who onee attended
Tr1n1tyPawlrng A new eolumn whrth reported
eyents of other sehools w as also added to the
The paper w as managed by an editorial staff ot
three Chrrstopher Wrera the edrtor an ehret was
alded ln hrs tame eonsumnng worle by assnstant
editors ery Num and Stephan Wrlklrason The
l7LlSlI'ICSS managers Robert Orton and Elmer Van
Wagner handled the hnmelal side ot the tasle
Subserlptrons and LlI'LL1llIl0fl were goxerned by
Bull l'a1rba1rn the LlI'LL1llIlOI1 manager
There were two departments whleh eolleeted and
reported the news the sports statf and the gea
eral news statf eff Nugent sports edator gath
cred the sports news whale CllI'lSlOPl1CI' Wrera
superxrsed the news and teature artxeles The
members ot the stat? were dnrded unto these two
departments although due to the shortage ot man
power sex eral bOys had to serye on both
The paper was aetne IU many respeets The
elreulatlon w as one Ot the largest that the sehool
has seen The Tlmes was represented an seyeral
assotlatrons and tonterenees tor prep sehool news
papers In lLiLl1flOl'1 1t earrred on a wldespread ex
ehange of papers among the preparatory sthools
ot thas area In tts news toxerage and mans aetm
tres the Trlmty Pawhng Tlm6S has mdeed beeome
an asset to the sehool It represents
11 nf XY Fanbnrn Wllkrnstrn Mr Conlon Wren Van Wfaener Orton .S und: 4 Num
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letters provitletl useful llll-OFIN.1flOl1 .intl entert.tinment .tt the meetings.
Untler the stiiferxision of Mr, Drew. the tlnh h.is intrt-.isetl the mem-
htrs' leiimvletlge ol' l'li't'iitli lite .intl ttisttiins.
V llllf fltess Cltih. in its setontl yeitr .ts .t inemher ot' the Cl.tmhit
leigtie. plnyetl eight in.1tthes. winning two. losing tixe, .intl tying
one, The tedtll. toinposeel ot' Phil Smith, 'left XYZ-lvlm Cihris XY'ren, 'lohn
Pitts. .intl Ray Rossi. i'epl.itetl hy 'leff l.ot'ke in initl-season. tliel hetter
th.in their retortl shows. losing sever.1l m.ttthes on .1 52 tletision.
Smith. XY'elwl1 XX'ren. .intl Lotke were xeteritns ot' l.tst ye.ir's team.
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lint! mzz--Gibson, XX'ren. Mi.
W'ebber. Torres. jeffrey, Ki-
sonas. Stiwld mu l".1lmti.
Turnbull, 5.ll.tmun. Martotti.
Fin! mu-NX'iIkinson, Smith.
Webb, VU. Filirbairn, Henry.
Stfmzzd l'0l4vS31lAilI1Of'l, Rewiilt.
Sehnn. Kells. Mr. Emerson.
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HE purpose of this years Spanish Club was to gain a broader at'-
quaintante with the customs and language of the Spanish speaking
Under President ljlio Torres and consisting of ten members, the elub
held meetings every Monday night under the supervision of Mr. XY'eb-
ber. its adviser. and enjoyed a very suctesstiul year. The seasons high-
light was the Christmas program whith tonsisted of several comic
scenes and the singing of Christmas carols. all done in Spanish.
HE Debating Club was brought batk to lite after a lapse of two
years by the combined ettorts ot Mr. Dann and Mr. Emerson.
Both the atlirmative and negative teams showed up well in the tirst
debate with Canterbury and earned .1 split detision on the topit ot'
"I.oxx'ering the Voting Age."
HE Trinity-P.1xx'ling Rifle Club has progressed during the eourse of
thi5 year from .1 rather meeliotre organization into il very .letive
and progressixe one under the guitliinte of Mr, Lawson.
The tluh sehetluletl some four rifle matthes with various schools. for
the lirst time in the history of Trinity-Pmvling School. The "Club
Room" has heen relmhilihitetl gintl ii new yystem of retrieving turgets
has heen instulletl.
HIS you the C,.ll1'ICI'.1 Cluh proxetl to he one of the sthool's le-.itling
attivities. Llntler the keen supervision of Mr. Darling rtntl 'letl
Nugent, the interests of the members were enlargeel, Later on in the
year the club members put on an exhibition of the work done in the
first semester. Among other improvements. new supplies have heen
tieleletl to the well-eeluippetl tink room.
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Pawling's social calendar was the Mid-Wlinter
Dance, whith took place on February 14th.
Under the leadership of Phil Haughey and Tuck
Noble, the Dance Committee, which was ably assisted
by Ike Van Wagner, Dick Newberry, George Hol-
man, Bob Orton, and Pat Gibson, gave willingly of
their time to make this dance and the Tea-Dance,
which was held following the football teams victory
over Gunnery School, the most successful dances ever
to be held at T-P.
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Schlusemeyer, Martin, Mr. Dunhar, Tlvzrd wire--j. Turnhull fMgi'.j. Hunt. Stiinnard. Laifiiyette.
Smith, Hitchcock. Locke. Newherry. Miirryatt, G. Holman flNlg.1i'.j.
T the end of the 1952 football season, a light
T-P team. composed of six returning letter
men, four first-string new comers, and a good
amount of last year's second-stringers, and il-V's.
showed a record of tive wins and two losses.
A very green T-P Team. with only two and a
half weeks of practice, opened up against Pough-
keepsie High School. a new addition to the
schedule, and lost 26-O, The scrappy T-P players
inspired by the loss of three first stringers and the
injury of Phil I-laughey early in the first quarter.
led in every statistic except passing.
The next Saturday. the team, sparked hy Ho-
stetter, staggered their fontident Kent hosts hy
winning thirteen to seven. The first time T-P
took the ball, Martin and Hostetter drove to the
Kent four. On a pass from Haughey. Hostetter
stored. Witli the same set-up, the extra point was
good. Kent's drives were all stopped hy a hard
hitting defensive line, which made Kent fumble
thrcc dcusnc tunes Wfrth mo minutes to go
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tgun from hrs ovxn thlrty ont ylrd hnc Crumcll
than marched tor thur hrst storc In thc tourth
LILIIITCI' Hunt made slx pomts on 1 dash 1round
lctt end Late ln that qulrtcr lxldfflfl slammed
our trom thc Cleycn y1rd llnc An angry Xl lflllf
Q oxen rollcd oxer a tum ot sc ond strrngcrs tor
their second touchdovs n 11d an cxtra pornt
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tcam elghtccn to thlrtccn Hopkuns storcd tvso
touchdowns hrst then ln thc thrrd LlLl1I'llCI' Hostct
tcr rated Slkfy thrcc ylftli tor our hrst tally Whth
thc tlock shoving thru lNll1lIfCS lctt Hostcttcr
zgun stored from thc two thrs tum md Hnlghcy
l111LlC thc cxtr1 point On thc kukolf Hopkins
r tu ball b1tk clghty y1rls to t1 c tm 1
1g1m The Blue and Gold drow. to thc opyo
mnts sewn yard lllli only to ht stowmd s1x
rmhcs short of 1 hrst doxxn IS thc tlotk r1n out
Dcspltc .1 long trrp and told weather TP
topped Albany nrnctccn to slx Acosta stored
hrst and Alb1ny soon rctahatcd Duc to a poorly
pllycd hrst halt thcrc yycrc no more stores
Qpurred on by C01 h Kvrpocs h1ltt1mc talk
Hostcttcr rompcd tor torty yards 1nd thc sctond
storc Latrr Atosta l1tcr1lly r1n through thc Al
b1ny tcam tor hrs sctond store 1nd thc Blue and
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honhrc rllly more than made up tor last years
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lclclced the extra pomt At the begrnnmg of the
fourth quarter a Haughey to Hostetter pass
clrclced for the last score Late rn the last quarter
Gunnery rallxed and scored
The last game of the year was at Berkshxre
The larcer and faster T P team vxon twenty fiye
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Haughey and Hostetter connected on a pass and
ot thus quarter Haughey scored around rnght end
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Hrughey to Hostettcr pass scored In the last
pcrlod Berlcshnre marched hfty yards and scored
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thrce yexrs rs captam As 1 held general Phnl
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Lawson fCoachj. Archer. Caruso. Lane. Gibson. Cornell. Nugent fMgr.j.
R. LAWSON opened practice in the fall.
faced with the problem of forming a team
from "green" material. l-le had only three return-
ing lettermen-Lane, Fisher, and Torres. The re-
sulting team went through an unsuccessful season.
winning one game while losing seven. but great
expectations are held for next year, as only two
of the starting team will graduate next june.
The season opened late this year, on October
10. when the team lost to a big. well-coached
Taft squad, 6-0. Trinity-Pawling was outplayed at
all times and the team's lack of experience showed
The following Wednesday, Oct. 15, the Blue
and Gold played its tirst home game of the season
and lost to Canterbury. 3-0. The T-P booters
played better than in their opener, but they were
still a long way from perfection.
Two days later, on Oct. 17, T-P played Albany
Academy and lost again, 3-1. Trinity's lone score
was registered in the tirst quarter when Ian Green
kicked the ball off an opponents legs into the
goal. Because it hit the other man's legs, the goal
was credited to the captain for the game, jeff
On Oct. 22, the team journeyed to Lenox to
play a strong Cranwell aggregation. T-P again
met defeat, this time 4-2. Cranwell was on the
offense most of the game. The Blue and Gold
tallies were scored late in the fourth period, on a
lan Green corner kick which jim Caruso headed
in and on a Webb pass to Elio Torres.
Smarting from four straight setbacks, T-P came
onto the field on Oct. 29, eager to defeat Kings-
wood. This they did, 2-1, registering their first
and what turned out to be their only win of the
season. This was the Blue and Gold's best-played
game of the season, featuring good heading and
passing and good all-round team play. In the
first quarter jim Caruso passed to jeff Webb, who
headed the ball in for a tally. Minutes later, Pete
Cornell scored on a corner kick from lan Green.
After the good came the bad. On Oct 31, T-P
played Gunnery at Washington and lost 6-0. The
team played sloppy ball throughout the game and
it did not click as a unit. Gunnery scored three
times in each half.
The following Wednesday, Oct. 31, T-P played
its last away game of the season at Kent. Kent
won, 3-0. In the second quarter, Andy Fisher, who
was playing with a bruised rib suffered in the
Gunnery game, was hit and forced to withdraw
from the game. This was the first time in the
three years of soccer contests between the two
schools that Kent had won. T-P had been vic-
torious in '50 Q4-BJ and in '51 Q2-lj.
The hnal game of the season was at home on
November 12, against Berkshire. Despite present-
able play by the Blue and Gold, the Green of
Berkshire overwhelmed the home team, 3-0. Andy
Fisher, moved to fullback for this game because
of his rib injury, played a magnihcent game and
kept the ball out of T-P territory by virtue of his
long kicks. Ted Lane, who played halfback for
most of the season, played his best game at goalie
that day. The season ended with one win against
seven losses. After the close of the season, Elio
Torres was unanimously elected captain. Elio also
received the Mid-century Soccer Award this year.
This award was donated by Mr. Louis Palmer,
T-P's former soccer coach, and is annually award-
ed to the boy with the most skill and team spirit
and who shows the most improvement over the
course of the season.
This year there was also a -layvee soccer team.
It played three games, losing two to Canterbury,
1-0 and 2-0, and one to Kent, 2-1. The first Can-
terbury game was a heartbreaker to lose because
the smaller T-P team fought valiantly throughout
the game, and it wasn't until the last quarter that
Canterbury scored the only goal of the game. In
the Kent game, T-P took an early lead on a goal
by lim Sellon but lost on a fluke goal that the
wind drove into the net and a penalty shot that
rolled past Martocci.
The prospects for next year are very good be-
cause, from the starting line-up, only Captain Elio
Torres and fullback Andrew Archer will graduate.
this leaves such stalwarts as Fisher, Green, Ca-
ruso, Webb, White, Cornell, Van Rensselaer, Pitts,
Walsh, and Lane to lead the team to a winning
season next year.
LTI-IOUGH the Varsity Basketball Squads
record of S wins and 14 losses was not par-
ticularly successful, the team can certainly be proud
of its improvment.
Everyone on the whole squad turned in a satis-
factory job. Each player from the top to the bot-
tom has strived to improve himself. The second
stringers have worked hard to try to earn positions
on the first team. They have thus made practice
sessions more beneficial to the others by providing
much keener opposition. Although the improve-
ment started slowly, banishing hopes for a win-
ning season, it closed amazingly fast. By trim-
ming Albany and Hotchkiss and barely being de-
feated by Cranwell, T-P displayed success in its
last games against stiffest competition.
Individual accomplishments during the season
indicate highlights of the various games as they
occurred. They show what may be expected of
these boys here next year and in the years to come
In the Williams Freshmen game there were
Phil Haughey's thirty-three points and several
long set shots by diminutive Bruce Bundy. In the
first Taft game jay Acosta's fourteen points and
sharp defensive play was the surprise yielding
T-P's first victory. Against Gunnery Phil Haughey
scored twenty-eight points in addition to accom-
plishing the Herculean task of controlling the
backboards against Gunnery's great height. It the
Berkshire game Ted Lane was outstanding, saving
the game with .1 last minute jump shot.
Fifi! fuzz-Schlusemeyer. Stannard. Haughey fCapt.j. Lane. Murtha. Semzzd mu'-Mr, Karpoe
fCoachj. Hunt. Larkin. Acosta. Eldridge. Nisnnger, Teter. Bundy, Nugent fMgr.j.
In the first Hotchkiss game it was Gil Stannard
and Phil Haughey sparking a late rally which
barely fell short. Again against Taft, Phil Haughey
broke his scoring record with thirty-nine points.
On a pass from Phil Haughey, Bruce Schlusemeyer
sunk a game-winning corner shot against Canter-
bury. Barry Murtha climaxed his season with
twenty-one points to defeat Albany. Phil Haugh-
ey's forty-four rebounds, eighteen points, and sup-
port by his teammates resulted in a sensational
overtime Blue and Gold victory. ln the finale Phil
Haughey, Barry Murtha, and Bill Eldridge led the
squad with eighteen, twelve, and eleven points
Needless to say Phil Haughey has been unani-
mously elected captain of the 1952-53 Varsity
Basketball Team. Never has such a deserving boy
been named to this great honor. Phil in his three
year stay at school has scored over a thousand
points, with four hundred thirty-two points-an
average of 22.34 points per game-this year. He
also had five hundred one rebounds, thirty assists,
and thirty-eight interceptions. He has plugged, and
kept learning and perfecting his play. This year
he has helped instruct his less-experienced com-
It is believed that with nine of the twelve
players returning next year, Coach Karpoe may
possibly have an ideal team if the rate of improve-
ment continues as it has this year.
The improvement can be noted in several boys
wh0 will be back again next year. Bill Eldridge,
whose size has helped him no end, has made
amazing improvement over last season's play as a
second-string Midget. Phil Haughey has coached
him on tricks of rebounding and ball handling
which should be valuable in next season's play.
The whole last half of the season "Eldee" spent
on the first string and climaxed his year by getting
eleven points in the last game against Cranwell.
Bruce Schlusemeyer, without the extra size or the
exceptional coordination for a good basketball
player, has still absorbed everything that was
taught him, and has developed into an extremely
fine player. Ted Lane, who played on the Midgets
last year, has also become a valuable asset to the
club. Bruce Bundy, who is very fast and alert, has
worked determinedly on his driving, ball handling,
and shooting, and should prove a real spark-plug
in the future. Laury Hunt, Greg Nisonger, and
others who have improved markedly in their tre-
mendous jump from the Fourth Team to the Var-
sity will probably form the backbone of the team
next year. Gil Stannard, who came up from the
jayvees this year, has gained much experience
which no doubt will be of valuable assistance to
the team next season.
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with rt-t11r11ii1g lt-ttt-fmt-11 lit-11 Pttlmt-r. ll.1rris Ly-
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l.11tc-. Ray Hostcttt-r. Ray l'NilSOI1.lS. Pt-tt ll.1rrii1g-
ton. Phil Smith, Pt-tt llOlITl.ll1, .llltl Tt-rry R.11.
ciO.1tll Tirrt-ll took thtxt- boys .mtl wliippt-tl to-
gt-tht-r 11 tt-.1111 whith was wt-ll rupt-ttctl hy oppos-
Tht- first litit- tomixtt-tl ot' P.1l111t-r on tht- right
wing. Tow C.I'OXX'lL'y, .1ltt-r11.1ti11g with Bolv lxltifllll
lWL'lXX'CL'll lt-tt wing .mtl tt-iitcr, Tht st-tot1tl lint- h.1tl
l.11tc .1t tt-11tt-r with llostt-ttt-r .mtl l.ytlOIl o11 tht-
xxiiigs. Tht- tlt-tit-me xx.1s LOINIWONCJ ol' Htimitltt-r
on tht- It-tit .mtl V.1i1 W'.1gi1t-r on tht right, with
llitthtotk 1111tl Kisorus .1s .1ltt-r11.1tt-s.
The tt-.1111 opt-iictl its st-.1wo11 by tlt-tt.1ti11g .1
strong Clgintcrhtiry tc.1m hy tht- store ot' 3-l. This
KUJIUL' w.1s highlightt-tl hy txxo go.1lx from Crow-
lt-yk stitk Lllhl out- from Lytlonk.
Un tht- nt-xt outing. TVP tr.1xt-lt-tl to S.1lislH11r1'
.mtl tlt-tit-.1tt-tl 11 it-ry gootl tt-.1111 I11 tht- l.1st pt-riotl
with Salisbury lt-.1tli1ig l-O, Crowley storctl to tit-
tiiw thc g11111t- just lwctiorc tht- ti11t1l xvhistlt- hltw.
The g.1111t- went into u sutltlcn tlc.1th ovt-rtimt
with Bob Martin storing, to give tht "big Blut
Team" its sctontl win. A wcck l.1tcr, on very poor
ite. thc ptitkstt-rs rctt-ixttl their tirst tlt-tic.1t by .111
t-xtclltnt South Kent stl11.1tl. lo-ti.
The first home game was against a very good
Hotchkiss team. This game proved to be one of
T-P's best games all season, although they suf-
fered a 5-2 defeat. Hotchkiss was leading 2-0
until the last period, when Crowley hit the twines
for two goals to tie the score. With about a minute
to play, the Hotchkiss center scored on a hard shot
just over the blue line, and the clock ran out with
no further scoring. just two days later, T-P won
its third game of the season, defeating a deter-
mined Millbrook club in overtime. The game
opened with Millbrook scoring in the first
few minutes followed shortly by a score off
Palmer's stick. The second period saw both teams
slow down considerably, with only one score by
Millbrook. In the last period, T-P stepped up the
tempo and finally, late in the period, Phil Smith
slapped the puck past the Millbrook goalie to
deadlock the score again, when the clock ran out.
The game went into a sudden death overtime and
after tive minutes of play, Hunsicker scored on a
hard shot from the blue line, to win 3-2. A day
later, still on home ice, T-P defeated Storm King,
5-2. This game was highlighted by four unassisted
goals by Tom Crowley, and also an assist on a
fifth goal scored by Hostetter. This was one of the
fastest games that the T-P sextet played in the
course of the season.
Next the team traveled to Gunnery where they
lost a real heartbreaker. The scoring opened with
Palmer hitting for two, assisted by Crowley. Then
Crowley scored unassisted before Gunnery had a
chance to get their offense started. At this point,
the Gunnery offense chewed away at the three
point lead and managed to tie it up. With about
one minute to go, the Gunnery wing got past the
defense and scored on a hard shot, which won the
game, 4-3. Next, the team traveled to Berkshire
to suffer another one goal loss. This game was a
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four unassisted goals scored by the "Belmont
Flash," Crowley. This was one of the hardest
games all season, with T-P sticking close to the
Berkshire team all the time. When the final gun
had gone off, Berkshire had won, 6-5. Next the
team defeated a good Albany team on the R. P. I.
rink. This game, ended with T-P leading, 6-5,
and Crowley having scored three unassisted goals.
Palmer and I-Iostetter each had one, assisted by
Martin and Van Wagner, respectively.
In the hnal game against Canterbury, Trinity
lost another heartbreaker, this time in a sudden
death overtime. Canterbury was leading until the
last period, when Hostetter scored to deadlock the
game and send it into overtime. After three min-
utes had elapsed, a Canterbury man scored on a
mixup in front of the T-P goal, to win it for
Tom Crowley was elected Captain by the team,
at the end of the season. Tom scored a total of 18
goals, followed by Palmer and Hostetter with four
goals each. Martin, Hunsicker, Lydon, and Smith
each scored one goal, bringing the grand total up
to 30 for the season.
This year a j-V Hockey team was also formed.
Coached by Mr. Emerson, the team played five
games, winning two, losing two, and tying one.
Although this record is not exceptional, the team
gained valuable experience, which should be of
great help to those playing varsity hockey next
winter. The J-V's games were always marked by
high spirit and hard play, giving them much of
the atmosphere of the varsity contests.
I-IE 1953 Varsity Swimming Team supplied but
four letter winnersg two seniors, a junior, and
a sophomore, but the remainder of the team also
contributed a great deal to the support of the
Opening the season on january 24, T-P played
host to Peekskill Military Academy, Soon after
the opening events, T-P fell behind the experi-
enced P. M. A. squad and only the relays saved
the team from a severe loss. The final score was
P. M. A. 36, T-P 30.
In the second meet, the team met a larger and
better manned Hotchkiss team. The outcome was
a rather dismal defeat as Hotchkiss won handily
Peekskill I-Iigh School defeated the tanksters in
their third meet of the season, 47-19. Encouraging
events were the 40 yard freestyle in which Noble
took a first, and the diving which Newberry won
With the experience of only three meets under
their belts, Noble, Newberry, and Andersen trav-
eled to Colgate University to compete in the New
York State Prep School Championships. In spite
of this disadvantage, Newberry took a third in the
Seated-Andersen, Noble QCO-Captj. Newberry CO1-Captj. Caruso, Orton, Cornell. Slcllldjllgf
Daniels, Wilkinscwn. St. Leger. Bastis, Archer, Pitts, Mr. Herzer fCoachJ.
diving event while Noble took a fourth in the
50 yard freestyle.
Returning to its regular schedule, T-P journeyed
to New Milford, Connecticut, where Canterbury
took the meet with comfort, 60-15.
On February 14, the team played host to Hop-
kins for its fifth meet of the season. Noble and
Newberry placed one, two, in the 40 yard free-
style, Andersen took a second in the 100 yard
breaststroke. Cornell did the same in the 100 yard
backstroke, and Noble won the 120 yard indi-
vidual medley. This was not enough however, as
Hopkins went on to win 43-23.
The meet with Albany Academy was the last
of the season. The score was 47-19 with T-P
again on the short end. No first places were taken
by the home squad.
After the regular season was over, the same
trio who went to Colgate, went to Peekskill High
School on March 10th, to participate in the Peek-
skill High School Championship Swim Meet. Tuck
Noble started things off, by taking a third in the
40 yard freestyle. Tuck's chances for a second were
cancelled when a swimmer from Greenwich High
School swam out of his lane and cut him off. Rolf
Andersen followed Tuck's win by taking his heat
in the 100 yard breaststroke and placing fourth in
the final standings. Star diver, Dick Newberry, be-
cause of lack of practice, was only able to take a
fourth in his event. Tuck Noble ended up the
evening by placing third in the 100 yard freestyle.
jim Caruso and Bob Orton, both consistent
point-earners, missed their letters by only one
point. Credit certainly is due here because both
boys worked hard and improved during the season.
George Bastis made a great showing in the final
meet, and next year, he should prove to be one of
the mainstays of the team. Another promising
swimmer is Hugh St. Leger. His unusual deter-
mination is a good sign for a successful season in
'54, john Pitts and Steve Wilkinson, the remain-
ing two underformers, seem to insure a well-
rounded team of the future. Mr. Herzer, new
to T-P, but an experienced coach, established
harmony in the small squad as he carried out
a well devised plan of practice.
Rolf Andersen, sophomore flash, broke the
school record in the 100 yard breaststroke by four
seconds this year. Certainly, he will be a very
outstanding swimmer in the years to come. Pete
Cornell, another letter winner, gained 16 points
as he splashed his way through the water in the
Tuck Noble and Dick Newberry were chosen
co-captains of the team. Tuck compiled 50 points
during the season, breaking the old school record
of 27, set by Jordan Ploch three years ago. He
regularly took first places in the 40 yard freestyle
and the 120 yard individual medley. In spite of
the lack of a diving board, Dick was able to per-
form well, scoring 32 points during the season.
Also, his speed and fancy Hip turn gave the 40
yard freestyle much needed depth.
A great deal of praise is due Mr. Herzer for
his untiring effort to make the team a good one,
and despite lack of material he skillfully placed
the boys where they would do best in the meets.
Although the win-lose record is unimpressive, the
season was a success, for all members of the team
benefited from the competition.
I 1 McDermott fMg.,rQ Fyler Maher Martm Fxeldrng Mr Karpoe fC0ach Second
mu Acosta Grccnteiec lxrkln Innes McMahon 'Ibnd nu Strckl 'lndebush Haughey
VARSITY BASEBALL 1952
HE 1952 edrtron of the Trmrty Pawlmg Varsrty
Baseball team was by far thc best rn the
school history It boasted a phenomenal 122
The clubs play was comparable to that rn the
mayor leagues The many excrtmg plays that de
veloped were often professional rn qualrty Under
the gurdance of Coach Karpoe ably assrsted by
Mr Dunbar and Mr Routclrffe the team vyas at
trmes superb The playrng drsplayed by Wm
Story Bobby Martm Phrl l-laughey and Charley
Strclca was really eye openmg
T e teams battrng was top notch three boys
sought after 300 mark
Story and McMahon reached the hrghly
hrt two home runs four triples and as many
teams brg strclc was Charlle Strcka who
doubles to achleye a mlghty 435 ayerage He
txed Bobby Martm for team honors rn stolen bases
wrth thlrteen to hrs credrt Other teammates com
plled srmllar records Wm Story who whacked out
a total of sex enteen huts was followed closely by
MacDonald Haughey McMahon and Maher
The prtchrng staff which was composed of Ray
Larkrn ay Acosta and Don Fleldmg consrstently
confounded the opposrtron
The teams spmt was nowhere more evrdent
than rn therr abrlrty to get themselyes out of a
hole wrth trmely hrttmg or defensne play more
than once a game was pulled out of the fire ln
the last rnnmg
As a result of hrs outstanding play and great
team sprrrt Charley Streka was elected captain at
the end of the season
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VARSITY TRACK 1952
I-II: Varsrty Traek Team of 1957 almost
equalled the reeord of 19315 exeellent te tm
by mnnme tour meets wxhlle losxng only one
In thelr tlrst meet ot the season the emdermen
eompnled 64 points IEJIDSI 40 tor Albtny Aetd
hrst plates I-Iarrrs Ly don md nm Caruso e lPtLII'Ckl
hrst and seeond rn the mule run and trmely seor
mg from Pete Cook and Alex Essen mlde xletory
In thelr second meet T P agaln outelassed :ts
opposrtlon rn beatmg Hopkrns Grammar 57 34
ohn Cab ert remamed undefeated rn the 440 and
broad jump Lydon Caruso and nm Bonbrnght
su ept the mrle as dnd Cllxert Cunrettn and Wren
rn the 440
All eood thlngs must tome to an end md so
ended T P s hne reeord ot sex en strught uetorles
when the team took .1 sound beating., from Mlll
brook 66V7 47y7 Harrrs Lydon and Llllky Hun
sleker were the only txxo to get tlrst plues
Baek to therr xunnnng wx qs T P eked out Cm
vxhnle Lydon Coughlxn Cxlxert Ixsher and Hun
sleker had one eaeh Clnterbury s llnll surge IH
the llst exent was not enough to oxereome T P s
Goung on a seorrng spree rn therr last meet the
I-Iotehklss Seeonds 77 27 T P took
ex ent exeept the 440
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Under the able eoaehlng ot Mr Smith the
team proxed rtselt to be vsell balaneed md hrgh
splrlted At the end ot the season ohn Cilxert
md Pete Cook were eleeted eotrptuns
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ITER momentary tradntxonal confusion the
19v2 tennns team cleared nts raekets for actron
and was on lts way to mne wms and three losses
for the season To be held responsxble for th1s IS
Mr Lockwood wrthout whose sllent but firm
gjrnp no one would haye rolled the courts Usrng
the ladder competltron technique mstead of the
chaos of arbrtratlon Mr Loekvsood kept merry
battle gomg on for all but the number one posl
tron vshxch Barry Murtha wth hrs excellent pre
CISIOH and power held rndlsputably Doug Daugh
erty and Marty umn played hne tennls rn the
number two and three spots changrng places oc
caslonally vyhlle Larry Hunt reliably occupied the
fourth posrtron most of the time Tony Doyle held
the hfth pl rce genemlly but frequently had to
defend rt abamst Phrl Smrth and Pete Cornell who
hlled rn the sixth positron and the third doubles
wheney er needed
Co captalns for the year vsere Doug and Marty
who certainly desery ed the honor Marty gaye
three years to the Varslty and Doc served hve
Despite differences ID playmg ablllty a drsplay of
good eomrrdeshrp was seldom laekmg on the
squad and rmong the Qlf youll pardon the pun
hugh strung, gentlemen of tennis that IS an accom
plrshment 1n itself
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fCOlLl1j Dlughffly Hunt
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HI: 1955 junior Varsity Blsleetball Team had
a successful year ending the season Wllfh a
record of elbht mns and sux deteats The records
wlll show that th1s hdI'dl1yL,l1flHg team coached by
Nlr Webber non or lost most of therr games by a
narrow margnn of only one or tvso pomts
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openrng game to Canterbury Hovxexer they
fought baele hard and came out yretorxous IH the
next four games beatmg Taft by one pomt Q41
40 and a strong Gunnery team by four pomts
Q44 405 and by downrng Berkshlre and Hotch
lenss After this the V s suffered four deteats by
Cl1OlL Wooster Tatt md Canterbury losnng the
nrt mo by only one point 7 vl ind to Tait
by only txxo ponnts Q50 56 They term fought
bank iXXJ.1UPl1lg Berltshxre Q42 795 Next they
trayeled to Choate School where they were de
fea ed by a superror ball club The te un then vsent
on to end wrth a vnnnnng selson by defeatmg
Kent Gunnery 21l1Lll"l0fLl1lxlSS
The sueeess ot the team vns due to an abun
dlnte ot spmt 1nd the nne reboundrng of rts
eaptann Tony Leeds Ed Kelly and Tony Leeds
were hugh scorers vuth 179 and 125 pomts re
spettnyely tollovsed by ohn Troy mth 109
F I 1 u Marrutt Martoccn Leeds Capt L eke H mel St rd Mr Vsebex Coaeh
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