Trott Vocational High School - Trottarian Yearbook (Niagara Falls, NY)
- Class of 1939
Page 1 of 64
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This year let us weave the thought of skill throughout our book. Let us
pause to honor those whose work is still the ideal to be pursued. For centuries
the world has cherished the memory of the skilled artisans who have produc-
ed the cathedrals, the printing presses, the tapestries, the musical instru-
ments, and the host of other services that have 'made the world a better
place in which to live.
The skill of the ancient Chinese craftsmen will never be forgotten as
long as a piece of their porcelain, their brass work, or their carved ivory and
jade remains. The monks in ancient monasteries, copying almost forgotten
manuscripts by hand, preserved for us by their skill the choicest learning of
the past. A storehouse of treasures was left us by the skillful minds and
hands of Cellini, Michaelangelo, and Da Vinci.
Time passed and skills in other fields brought relief to a world suffering
from plague and destruction. Ienner, Pasteur, and the Curies placed their
skill at the disposal of mankind.
Skill serves mankind. It beautifies: it teaches: it accomplishes. The work
of the skillful is not destroyed by time or change. Let us struggle to preserve
and seek to perpetuate the skill that is our heritage and pass to others our
desire only to produce the best of which we are capable.
EARL P. SHARP
Winifred I. Allen .
Charles W. Alsworth . .
Leon E. Banks . .
Ruth L. Barnard . .
E. Rexford Billings .
Benjamin I. Bird . .
Ethel M. Brennen .
Charles L. Chapman
Leslie W. Clark . .
William H. Crowie .
Virginia Donohue .
Clyde B. Emert . .
Ethel L. Ferguson .
Iames L. Finger . .
Kenneth E. Garrecht
George C. Hanneman
Margaret S. Haroney . .
Fred I. Hoebel . .
Minnie L. Iack . .
Wm. Franklin Iack .
Estelle Kamm . . .
Herbert Kerman .
Francis I. Lang . .
Geraldine M. Loree
ARLEIGH Z. BACON
. . Clothing
. . English
. . Drafting
. . .Foods
. . Chemistry
. . . Welding
. . Social Studies
. . Millwrighting
. . Music
. . English
. . . Science
. . . English
. Sheet Metal
. . . English
. . Retail Selling
. . Arithmetic, Law
. . . Continuation
. Economics, Filing
. . Continuation
Bernard F. Manfred
Lynd C. Marlette .
William S. Morton .
Louise B. Norris . .
Harry A. Panton . .
Earl H. Parker .
Thelma I. Phelps .
Iohn Richelsen, Ir. .
Frank I. Ripple .
Helen A. Rohr .
Jewel B. Shalvey .
Florence Skinner .
George L. Small . .
Edward V. Stafford
Ieanette E. Sulkey .
Marion L. Tallman .
Harold C. Thielking
Shirley Traver . .
Walter C. Tresselt .
Marion L. Trudgeon
Peter I. Van Haaren
Iames A. Walz . .
Vera Baker . .
Bernice Klimecko .
. . Millwrighting
. . . . Science
Foods and Clothing
. . Mathematics
. . . Librarian
. . . . English
. . . . Science
. . . Economic Geography
. . . . English
Blue Print Reading
. . Typewriting
. . Electric Shop
. . Auto Shop
. . Drafting
. . Office
. . Office
"It is only the ignorant who despise education."
Before we continue with our book, let us pause to acknowledge our
thanks to the members of the Board of Education, our Superintendent of
Schools, our Deputy Superintendent in charge of Vocational Affairs, and the
scores of citizens in our progressive city for their untiring efforts in our behalf.
One of the major contributing factors toward the growth of Trott Voca-
tional High School has been the ever present and ever stimulating interest
and encouragement given to our school by these friends. We are grateful to
them for their helpful guidance and considerate leadership.
BOARD OF EDUCATION
William L. Bliss, President
A. Miles Arney, Vice-President
William L. Hunt
Harry W. Wright
Cyrus B. Leypoldt
William H. Colquhoun
Harry L. Noyes
Sigismund M. Lopacki
Howard I. Stone
Mrs. George Comstock
Dr. Iames F. Taylor . . Superintendent of Schools
William I. Small . . . . . . Deputy Superintendent
Seated reading from lelt to right: Mr. Marlette, Mr. Thielking, Mrs. Brennen, Mrs. lack, Miss Rohr, Mrs. Skinner
Standing: Messrs. Chapman, Walz, Panion, Banks, Clark, Garrecht, Tresselt, Morton, Billings, Bird, Hoebel, Richel
sen, Ripple, Van Haaren.
Seated beginning at lett: Miss Traver, Miss Norris, Miss Allen, Mrs. Shalvey, Miss Sulkey, Miss Kamm, Mrs. Barnard,
Miss Haroney. Miss Dggghge, Miss Phelps.
Standing at left: Mr. Sharp, Mr. Stafford, Mr. lack, Mr. Lang, Mr. Crowie, Mr. Bacon.
FAREWELL TO THE CLASS OF 1939
I find it difficult to say good-bye to the mem-
bers of the class of 1939. You have become a part
of the school and have played your part well.
We will all miss you. It is my sincerest wish that
every member of this class of 1939 find happiness
in life and success in your chosen work.
Earl P. Sharp
To the class of 1939, I extend my best wishes
for your success and happiness. You have been
successful in your school work because you have
had an objective.
In taking your place in the school of life,
have a definite aim, believe in the success of
yourself, and work straight toward your goal.
A. Z. Bacon
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Seniors. Long will we remember the day when this coveted title could at last be
applied to us. Soon we will be leaving this institution of knowledge to take our place in
the world of business. Our years in Trott have well prepared us for this important step.
However, before we go forth let us glance briefly over our fruitful years at Trott.
Can you remember the hopes and fears that assailed us as we prepared to enter this
school as freshmen? Who can ever forget the bustle and confusion we created While hunt-
ing for missing classrooms? After months of hard work we find ourselves Seniors, that posi-
tion which we envied so much as under-classmen. In our senior year we witnessed many
triumphs in our various activities.
The football and basketball squads made us proud of them. They fought with splendid
determination to bring victory to our school.
This year we have seen the advent of a new type of student activity ticket by which the
student is admitted to all school activities, receives a copy of each Trott "Herald," and a
copy of the yearbook. This new type of ticket was highly successful as it made it possible
for more pupils to take part, at a very reasonable cost, in all of the different kinds of school
Will we ever forget the whirl of parties and dances that was climaxed so grandly by the
Senior Prom in May?
We wish to express ou.r gratitude to the producers and talented cast of the great variety
show, "Microphonics," for giving us such an enjoyable performance. It will live in our
memories for a long time to come.
Many fine assembly programs have lightened the burden of work and worry of our
senior year. We extend our thanks to the Niagara Falls High School Band, Morrell's String
Orchestra, and the cast of "Microphonics" for musical programs: to the Chevrolet Motor
Corporation for talking pictures: to the dramatic club: to the Student Council for their Profes-
sor Quiz program: and to speakers, Iudge Raymond Knowles and the Federal Agent from
Buffalo. Incidentally, while we are handing out thanks, let us not forget our own band that
has done such a fine job at all of our assemblies.
The senior class organized early in the year, held its election of officers, and then at the
regular meetings planned a program of activities for the class. The officers handled the
class business with skill and efficiency. Money was collected, pictures taken, rings ordered.
and caps and gowns measured with a minimum of confusion. Their constant service made
our senior year a successful one.
We have reached another turning point in our lives. We shall always remember the
happy days at Trott, but now we must look toward other horizons. Once again as when we
entered Trott we feel the mixture of hope and fear for our future. May every senior be
guided to the successful fulfillment of his wishes.
William Denno, class historian.
The following pages will introduce to you all of the students in Trott Vo-
cational High School. Every department of the school is shown with a brief
descriptive account of its activities. These boys and girls are all training to
take part in the life ot our community. Trades, businesses, homes, factories,
shops will all benefit from the training these young men and Women are re-
ceiving here. Niagara Falls Will move ahead faster with their help. Their con-
stant aim is to improve in skill so as to serve this city with the best work of
which they are capable.
'rRo'r1' VOCATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL
VOCATIONAL SHOP DEPARTMENT
There are 270 shop boys in Trott Vocational School who have hopes of becoming skilled
workers in their chosen fields. After leaving Trott, they expect to become apprentices, mill-
wrights, electricians, metal workers, welders, auto mechanics, and machinists. The indus-
tries and businesses of Niagara Falls attempt to absorb these boys every year, and many
Trott graduates now hold responsible positions in shops and factories.
The training these boys receive during their stay at Trott enables them to apply for a job
with confidence knowing that their courses here give them a keen insight into the problems
which will confront them at work. They are prepared to accept responsibility, to follow or-
ders, and to be loyal workmen.
Upper picture, lst year. Lower picture, 2nd year students.
TECHNICAL AND PRE-VOCATIONAL DEPARTMENTS
The Chemistry and Drafting Departments comprise the technical division of the school.
These are three year courses, and an attempt is made to train these boys to work with
the college trained men they will find in the chemistry laboratories and drafting rooms in our
plants. Graduates of this division receive a diploma which is held in the highest esteem
both by the graduate and by the plant officials of Niagara Falls.
The Pre-Vocational group has just been organized three years. The school endeavors the
first year to give these boys an introduction to the work carried on in the various shops. The
second year they begin to specialize in the sho p they select, or in the one for which they show
the greatest aptitude.
Upper Picture, Technical Lower picture, Pre-Vocational students
The Commercial Department of Trott offers a most practical, two year course of study.
The students secure an intensive training which enables them to take their places in the busi-
ness world of tomorrow as Well-trained, capable Workers.
At the present, the number of students in the Commercial Department totals 157. A
thorough and specific training is given under competent instructors in Office Practice, Fil-
ing, Typewriting, Operation of Office Appliances, Business English, Bookkeeping, Economics,
Commercial Law, Civics, and Retail Selling. The work of the subject is organized in a
seriesiof units, and credit is given at the completion of each unit.
Trott graduates who take their places in the business world are not only able to hold a
job, but also excel in various fields of work.
Lower picture, Znd year students. Upper picture, lst year.
HIGH SCHOOL AND HOME-MAKING DEPARTMENTS
The High School Department tucked away on the third floor has made its influence felt
over the entire school this year. You have seen high school students in and at the school
games: you have heard them in the chorus and band: you have witnessed their acting: you
have read their reporting. They are a welcome addition to our school.
The Home-making Department gave us a thrill more than once this year only to disap-
point us bitterly when we learned that that delicious chocolate cake fragrance or that nice
spicy, nut aroma belonged to articles not for such as we. If they persist in sending such
aromas floating about, I think we should insist upon free samples. Besides which they de-
lighted the eye by appearing in prints, and stripes, and plaids all made by hand and in the
very latest fashion. CThis makes the rest of us rather jealous.J
Upper picture, High School. Lower picture, Home-making students.
SCHOOL QUIZ . . THE LAST EXAM
The "question quiz" is becoming more cmd more popular cmd, not to be outdone by any-
one or anything, the staff of the "Reflector" composed one for you, the students of Trott.
Get out your pencil and see how many of the answers you know before looking at the
correct answers on page 46.
1. What famous radio personality was 15. How many pupils attended Trott this
ably impersonated by Norman Parks year?
m our variety show 'his spnng? 16. Name the captain of this year's football
2. What renowned musician was spon- Team-
sored by the Trott band this year?
17. Who were "The Curies," Da Vinci, and
3. Who's the famous school mouse that Pasteur?
1 ' h ll ll?
wrote G Co umn In t e Herald 18. How many teachers are there at Trott?
4. Our theme mentions Cellini. Who was 19. who is the tallest boy in Trott?
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5. Who heads the group of retiring stu- 20. Who IS the shortest g1r11n Trott.
dents who will HGVGI Clgflin enter 0111 21. Who did the drawings for the yearbook?
portals in search of knowledge? I
22. What teacher is training the future elec-
6. What popular chemistry student ably tricians of Niagara Falls?
directed our affairs from the office of
Student Council President? 23. What well-known group had a tea this
year to demonstrate what they had
What teacher has charge of our drama-
Who was our popular baton twirler and
Drum Major this year?
Who was captain of our basketball
squad this year?
What is the number of the dreaded
room where many of us have gone to
sulk in seventh period detention?
Does the library have the books "The
Yearling," "Young Doctor Galahad,"
and "Listen! The Wind"?
How many basketball games did our
reserve team win this season?
How many rooms are there on the third
What was the name of our variety show
learned in class about etiquette?
How many tons of gum were discarded
by Trott pupils this year?
What day in the year may we all ap-
pear in our true colors and act as dumb
as we really are with nobody caring?
What department is going to furnish the
city all the good looking stenographers
in the future?
Who are the members of the social com-
mittee that did such good work with our
What well-knovsm poem by Rudyard
Kipling did many of' us enjoy seeing in
the movies during the past year?
Name 5 books whose titles include the
name of either a flower or a vegetable.
What was the score of the 1939 Lock-
port vs. Trott basketball game?
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THE REFLECTOR STAFF
A yearbook is primarily a book of statistics, and generally speaking statistics have a
very gloomy appearance. So much so that under ordinary conditions one usually falls
asleep over the first few pages. But not so with this book, "The Reflector" staff has delib-
erately done things to keep you awake right through to the final page of the book. For
instance, that old time "class prophecy" was decked out in an entirely new dress. How do
you like it? We thought it was fun. And then, we realized that "the quiz" was becoming
more and more popular, so we made one that we thought would be of especial interest to
Trott students. By the way, Walter Farber and Robert McMeekin are responsible for the
class prophecy and quiz. Miss Phelps, our adviser, furnished the ideas for the book, and
the staff carried them out.
We wish you'd notice the theme, too. It really has some significance for all of us. This
is a vocational school, and we tried to point out some of that history of crafts and trades
which preceded our modern industry. Our Art Department did a splendid piece of work for
us in making the drawings which help to illustrate the ideas we wanted to bring out in the
The very first drawing you see is one of an early printing press, and the drawing intro-
ducing the "Administration" is a Guild Hall which has a very definite place in the history of
arts and crafts. The "Foreword" and "Dedication" are pages of hand lettering done by
Clara Nero, and hand lettering is worthy of our respect if designed skillfully as this was.
Mrs. Shalvey deserves our sincere appreciation in the care she took over the illustrations
which appear in your book.
We would like to thank the students who contributed candid shots and other prints for
our pages of "school scenes:" Mr. Billings for his help as "publicity man" for the book: and
all of the students who took part in making this book a success, not only those who worked
on the staff, but those who had faith in our work and invested their money in this project.
THE TROTT HERALD STAFF
This year the staff of the Trott Herald published five editions of humorous entertainment
and school happenings which were greatly enjoyed by its devoted readers. Modern changes
were introduced into many sections of the paper so as to produce a true student voice. The
old mimeographed gossip section was done away with and a group of sectional student col-
umns took its place. The staff earnestly devoted its time and efforts to produce a good paper
and student readers showed their thanks by turning in a record subscription list.
The Trott Herald also became represented in local scholastic press groups when Walter
Farber, Associate Editor of the Herald was elected Recording Secretary of the Westem New
York Inter-Scholastic Press Association, the group which awarded our paper an honorable
ribbon this year.
Miss Ferguson and Miss Donohue were faculty advisers this year, and the following lists
the staff of the 1938-39 Trott Herald:
Walter Farber Frank Nicolette
Lucille Rosatone Sophie Wrobel
Ray Mclnerney Helen Ashcroft
Rachel Gette Theresa D'Arcangelo
Mary Pelligrino Helen Walczak
Marie Paradise Bernice Evangelist Fred Blackwell
One of the most important student organizations in Trott is the Student Council. Since
it was first organized, eleven years ago, it has become the means of obtaining cooperation
between the student body and faculty. At the beginning of the school term, each roll call
elects one representative to the Council.
There were forty-four members on the Council under the guidance of the Faculty Adviser,
Miss Helen Rohr. The officers for this year were: President-Benny De Biase, Vice-president
-Ioseph Marino: Secretary-Robert Rhoney: Treasurer-Mary Tokasz.
This year the members of the Council assumed a new type of responsibility, for it was
they who took almost complete charge of selling the Student Activity Tickets. Mr. lack, the
teacher adviser of this Student Activity Ticket project, attended many meetings and com-
plimented the Council members for their efficient and accurate work.
Through the efforts of an excellent social committee, the Council sponsored many enjoy-
able dances. If one were anxious to view a Fred Astaire or a Ginger Rogers in the making,
he should witness the ease with which our students danced to the jazz tunes of a swing band.
Since the Council aims to do its work completely, it realized the importance of including
charity in its program. Consequently the student body was asked to contribute to Christmas
baskets, to the American Red Cross, and to the Community Chest. The Council was proud
to identify itself with each of these, for it realized that the student body was receiving excel-
lent training in citizenship and was contributing to the welfare of the community.
The members of the Council have thoroughly enjoyed their executive work, and they
wish to thank each student in Trott for his excellent cooperation during the year 1938-1939.
Under the able direction of Miss Tallman, the 1939 dramatic club has had a most suc-
cessful year. The dramatic group has presented many entertaining and varied perform-
ances, for the enjoyment of the students and faculty.
ln September, tryouts were held for those students who wished the opportunity to display
their acting ability. Twenty-seven were chosen as members.
New plans were made at the beginning of the year for the organization of the dramatic
club. The club was divided into three groups which met on different days of the week.
thus affording an opportunity to have more than one play in progress at the same time.
The plays were received with great enthusiasm by the students. The four plays given
during the year were: "Comin' Round the Mountain," "By Special Request," "Cleaned and
Pressed," and "Fireman Save My Chi1d."
The play, "Mrs. O'Leary's Cow" which was presented at the evening performance of
"Microphonics," was met with great satisfaction and approval. With the careful supervision
and training given by Miss Tallman, the cast was able to portray their parts in expert style
and with professional skill.
Each member of the dramatic club was given the opportunity to select the type of work
he desired. Different members have been in charge of make-up, properties, costumes, or the
technical details of the stage. In addition to taking part in one play, the members of the
dramatic club have received much pleasure from their activities as well as having had excel-
lent experience. They have become acquainted with the art of good speaking and have
benefited greatly from the "Constructive Criticisms" given by the student body and members
of the faculty. We hope the club will continue to grow and will carry on the distinctive
work of this year's group.
The Trott Vocational Band increases every year in popularity, achievement and mem-
bership. The students have enjoyed a number of assembly programs in which the band
participated. However the band's activities are not restricted to the school buildings, for
its members have entertained at many municipal functions.
During the football season, the band provides color and entertainment at the games for
the spectators by playing stirring marches and fanfares. This year the band again went to
Tonawanda with the team where they performed at a night game. The band experimented
with various letter formations this year which were highly successful.
Band members have practice twice a week, once during school hours and once after
school. At this time they rehearse musical numbers for assembly programs and various
public appearances. They have been honored by being asked to appear this May at the
annual music festival.
It is without question that this smart looking band owes all its success and popularity to
Mr. Clyde B. Emert, our very capable leader and instructor.
The Trombone Quartet is a comparatively new organization, and is composed of four of
the more talented trombone players of the Trott band. They are George Bunzer, Frank
Horek, Robert Clarke and Ray Seifert.
Advised and directed by Mr. Emert, the Trombone Quartet has appeared at various
assembly programs and also gave a brilliant performance at the Trott annual play, "Micro-
phonics." The quartet at the present time is competing with musical organizations from other
schools for a radio audition. The winners will broadcast over a nation-wide hookup in the
It is unfortunate that every member of the band could not appear in the picture, but due
to lack of uniforms only part of our band could appear.
We, the class of 1939, join with the remaining students of Trott, to express our sincere
thanks and appreciation to the band for its inspired performances, to all the musical organi-
zations which have pleased us throughout the year, and to Mr. Clyde B. Emert, the director.
TROTT CHORAL CLUBS
Each year there are students in Trott who are lovers of music and who enjoy singing in
a group. In September, these students from all sections of the building meet jointly and the
Choral Clubs are organized under the capable direction of Mr. Emert. The students are then
classified according to tone quality, voice range, and the ability to read notes.
The Choral Clubs, composed of about forty-five students, break up the monotony of
school work. The Girls' Glee Club meets on Monday, the Boys' Glee Club on Friday, and
both Clubs look forward to meeting together on Wednesday when they form a mixed chorus.
The Choral students are given vocal exercises and are taught the elementary rudiments
of music. Common musical terms are studied so that the songs may be better expressed.
Special care is taken with articulation in order that each word may be clearly enunciated.
Also considered are good posture, proper breath control, and a well-rounded tone. In some
cases, individual training is given.
The course includes among its musical selections, ballads, folk-songs, chorals, hymns
and the semi-classical music. This wide variety is offered in an attempt to please everyone.
The Girls' Glee Club presented its first performance at Christmas, offering several songs
and chorals for our approval and pleasure. In early May, the Girls' Glee Club made its
second appearance together with the Boys' Glee Club and included in its selection such
lovely songs as "To a Wild Rose," "Brown Bird," and "Love's Old Sweet Song." Also, at
various programs there were presented such commendable soloists as May Fadel, Antonette
Capicotta, Paul Mehls, and Viola Brown. The talented pianist who accompanied the Clubs
was Esther Tosetto.
This year, as in the past, the chorus participated in the Niagara Frontier Music Festiva'
held in May and the conductor was, as usual, Dr. Carter, New York State Supervisor of
The Choral Clubs have throughout the year given us a taste of the better types of music
and may indeed be praised for their fine work during the past year.
Answers to Quiz which is found on page 38
Uncle Ezra of Rosedale
Cecil Leeson, famous saxophonist
A famous craftsman who designed
many well-known objects in gold 6
Dick Morrison, our senior class president
Benny De Biase
Discoverers of radium, famous artist,
discovered the process of Pasteurization.
Sylvester Fink - 6 ft. 2 in.
Helen Benware - 4 ft. 8M in.
Estelle Yacus, Helen Bradfield, Clara
Nero, Stella Maculewicz, Olga Kargatis,
The Welding class
The latest report was 9,621,063 indivi-
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The Commercial Department
Mary Tokasz, Benny DeBiase, Ioe Mar-
ino, Robert Rhoney, Helen Greger, Har-
riet Bakula, Louis Morrell, Ida Maule.
Mary Iones, Dick Morrison, Fred Black-
well, Ceasar Albion, Ioy Shieman,
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The season of 1938 ended Trott's fifth consecutive year as a participant in the Western
New York Public High School Football League. Our football teams, under the expert man-
agement of Coaches Cripe and Bollier, have exhibited real skill in football technique. In the
year 1936, Trott was eliminated from the championship by a single game. But win or lose we
are proud to say that the student body of Trott has supported its teams one-hundred per cent
and with such cooperation the boys did everything possible to turn in the winning score.
This season our football team, composed for the most part of inexperienced players, gave
a good account of themselves. Trott's victory over the powerful Lackawanna team showed
what it could do against a first class opponent.
Our traditional Trott-High game was one of the highlights of the season. If Graham
McNamee were broadcasting, he would, no doubt, close by saying "And that, my friends,
was one beautiful game." The score was close, but High School succeeded in making a
touchdown during the closing minutes of the game. High School still has the "Bacon," but
wait, next year-sh! we'll keep our plans secret. La Salle also defeated us by a lone touch-
down, but we made them work hard for their victory. Our captains, Alvarez and Amery,
showed considerable skill and leadership in deciding what play to use to gain the greatest
number of yards, and each member of the team supported their decisions with prompt action.
The students of Trott honor their team and are loyal to it knowing full well that the team
practices hard and for long hours to perfect that skill which enables them to perform so well
on the field.
Six out of seven times fate gave our opponents the winning number, but the wheel of
chance whirls again next fall, and then who can say what will happen?
The Trott basketball team this year has had a successful season with a record of six
victories and eight defeats. Coach Manfred built a strong team from a group of boys who
had little or no experience. As the season opened, the sport critics were doubtful about
Trott's ability to turn in any victories. However by virtue of their dauntless determination
and skillful teamwork, a series of victories were won.
The most thrilling contest of the season was the game between Trott and its traditional
inter-city rival, Niagara Falls High School. Spurred on by the cheers of loyal students, the
Trott boys played an inspired game. The spectators went wild when the score was tied by
a last-second basket. We lost by a single basket in the overtime period, and as a result were
eliminated from the coveted play-off position in the finals of the St. Lawrence Basketball
Because of the whole team's worth, it is difficult to select any one player and call him an
outstanding performer. Chester Rachwal, the sensational underhand shot artist, and Wil-
liam Kopczynski, the lanky center, brought glory to Trott when they were placed on the
mythical second team selected by the various coaches from the different teams representing
the St. Lawrence League.
With their magnificent display of teamwork and fight, the team captured the spectators'
hearts with their dashing brand of good, clean basketball. At every game the cheers and
encouragement from the spectators inspired the players to fight and win.
This year's team shall forever be remembered as one of the smallest, cleanest, and
scrappiest teams in the history of Trott.
The reserve team was one of the best teams in the league. They played brilliantly to
capture second place in the league with a record of twelve victories and two defeats. Both
of the losses were suffered at the hands of the taller, more experienced High School team.
Congratulations should be given to the coach, to the varsity team, to the reserve team.
and to the loyal supporters of the teams.
Front row, left: N. Metro, I. Lotterio, I. Mikula, S. Ioseph, C Keeton, W. Wysocki, V. DelZoppo, A. Fcrbicno, W. Icmese
I. Inqrcxsci, A. LuMcrrcu, G. Stewart, B. Gertz, A. Curcione, Art Curcione.
Back row: I. Kennedy, M. Mazza, N. Theiss, W. Morosenski, W. Ccxrmincni, S. Kopenski, S. Cerminara, W. Gage, S
Davis. I. Rowecroit, P. Mazzu, R. Pioli, I. Cosentino, P. Lozincx, I. Murphy, I. D'Amore, V. Trowmcm, D. Orsow
I. Amery, W. Lucioni, R. Fadel, I. Moceri, Coach Cripe, W. Popowich.
Sealed from left to right: C. Rachwul, I. Moceri, Capt.: C. Sicoli, W. Bemcxt, P. Lozincx. Standing: Tony Kcxlivodcx, Bill
Kopczynski, Iumes Kennedy.
BOYS' INTRA-MURAL SPORTS
The boys' intra-mural sports season started off with a bang last September and con-
tinued through until commencement. Basketball proved to be the popular sport of the year
with a large group of boys taking part in the after school games. Competition was strong in
most of the games and playoffs were necessary in all the divisions except one.
The Senior league champions were again the Chemistry III quintet which won last year.
The "B" league champions were the Millwright I A team, and "C" league champions were
the Pre-Vocational "C" group.
Golf was also another intra-mural sport that was popular. We had a record number of
players sign to play. Bob Clarke won the annual event with an upset over a field of varsity
players, and Ioe Lukasik finished second in a close game.
Volleyball games were also played after school and a fast and furious schedule was
completed in May. Softball, golf, tennis and badminton also provided recreation for the
enthusiasts of these sports. This year's intra-mural sports season was indeed a colorful one,
and congratulations are in order for the champions for they deserve honors after winning
against strong competition. We hated to see the season end because everyone had such a
good time at the games. Players yelled, and audience applauded making the din in the
gym bear witness to the fun all were having.
GIRLS' INTRA-MURAL SPORTS
The intra-mural sports program for girls has been exceptionally successful this year.
More girls have participated, and new games have been added to the program. All the
girls who took part had a great deal of fun, built up strong and alert bodies, and made many
Captainball was the first game scheduled for the season, and many roll-call teams en-
tered the straight elimination tournament which ended with two undefeated teams, both
from the Commercial Department. Much excitement prevailed during the final play-off when
Helen Greger's team defeated Helen La Sota's team.
A "round robin" badminton toumament was enjoyed by all the classes. In the senior
group, Helen La Sota and Genevieve Bryk defeated Nancy Arico and Iessie Styka. In the
freshman group, Elsie Klimecko and Helen Wierzchon were victorious over Adeline Antonacci
and Evelyn Trowman. Mixed doubles were played for the first time this year, the senior girls
and the Varsity basketball squad, making up the teams. Can't you imagine the interest
shown with such an arrangement? These games were played after school in the gym amidst
great enthusiasm upon the part of the players and also the audience. Nancy and Alfred
Arico won the tournament by defeating Genevieve Bryk and Bill Stewart.
We prepared for our spring sports, volleyball, golf, archery, and tennis after the winter
schedule was over.
Merits are given to every girl for taking part in these various sports. A freshman is en-
titled to a five-inch letter by earning 100 merits, and a senior is awarded a six-inch letter
for earning 250 merits. The girls work hard for these letters and enjoy every bit of it. When
they are finally awarded a letter, it is an honor of which they can be justly proud.
BOYS' INTRA-MURAL SPORTS
Front row, left to right: T. Bell, A. Kirkoricm, A. Arico, A.Sico1i, I. Brown, W. Donovan, R. Clarke.
2nd row: D. Dcxoust, R. Winker, T. Klodcx, I. Coram, W. Rychel, I. Rowecroit.
3rd row: I. Beltrcmo, D. Morrison, R. Golcmkcr, A. Guidotti, H. Zacccrria, E. Sccrrbecz, S. Kryczsin.
Top row: B. Stewart, E. Drozdowski, I. Gentile, C. Rcxchwczl, I. Brunett, I. Marino, R. Speciun, W. Wysocki
Front row, left to right: E. Fiori, T. Winker, I. Bongiovcnni, D. Channing.
2nd row: H. Gregor, L. Ienczewski, I. Lass, M. Tokusz.
Top row: G. Bryk, N. Arico, Mrs. Skinner, M. Pollock, H. LcxSotcr.
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