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TULEY CHESS AND CHECKER CLUB
MILTON VVALTERS . , Prfridmzz
JULIUS BOSEN . . I'z're-Prmident
SIDNEY XNALLER . . Secretary- Trearurer
One of the least known but most active organizations in Tuley is the Chess
and Checker Club. At an early meeting in which over seventy-five participated,
Milton Walters was chosen President with Julius Bozen and Sydney Waller as
Vice-President and Secretary-Treasurer respectively to assist him.
VValters appointed as class captains, Perlowskv, Freshiesq Weiselman, Sophsg
Lipshitz, gluniorsg and Bosen, Seniors. The interclass schedule then started.
The Seniors after losing their first two games made a comeback by Winning seven
games in a row to take the championship of the school. The team was composed
of Bosen, Wvalters, Schneiderman, Krulan, and Gans and had Shane, VValler and
Barbakoli' as substitutes.
Individual tournaments, for the purpose ofdetermining the best chess and checker
players, are being run off as this article goes to press. The winners will be awarded
medals, just as the winners of the interclass tournament received numerals.
As last semester's Log was going to press Tulev was up at the head ofthe inter-
scholastic league. Tuley won live games just as Crane did and it looked for a While
as though the gold and the blue would win the silver cup given to the city champ-
ions. Wlhen the show down came, hoWever,Tuley lost the last game to the tune of
I7 to 13. It was this loss which showed the strength of our team, as there was
small hope of Winning the championship when the schedule opened. For a school
entering for the first time Tuley showed great promise. Wiith three players-
Lipshitz, Shwartz, and Walters- remaining to form the nucleus for next semester's
team and such players as Perlowskv, Sherman, Teitelbaum. Plonskv trying out
to complete it, Walters promises a cup for our school next semester.
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There is not a group of students in Tuley that does as much for the Tuley
student body and receives as little recognition for their work as Mr. Tanner's
During every day of the school year hundreds of volumes are issued by our
Library to Tuley Students, and the work accomplished by these books among them
cannot be overrated.
To keep the library in order, to keep records of all books, to see that books
are in good condition, all requires a great deal of Work. The small group of girls
that help Mr. Tanner take care of the Library do therefore not have easy work
to do. Every period of the day somebody is busy in the Library rearranging books,
filing cards, taking inventory or giving information to some student.
But the harder the Work the broader the smile, because lVTr. Tanner, Chief
Librarian and Supervisor, labors shoulder to shoulder with the girls spreading
sunshine with almonds and peanuts, and since they are all girls Whom a smile
well becomes,the Library is a rather pleasant place in which to spend one's time.
The staff includes Edith Lichtenstein, Rose Berkowitz, Grace Germann, Sylvia
Lipman, Caroline Notarious, Goldie Shandross, Sylvia Suffrin, Ida Seefor, Ruth
Miller, Florence Greenspan, Sophie Reed, Ida Bestcck, Miriam Gollin, Blanche
Levy, Susanne Falstein, Bertha Rottner, Diana Lack, Florence Hackin, Ethel
Kahn, Sara Korman, Jeanette Brichke, and Beatrice Yellin.
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THE MARSHAL FORCE
As a fitting conclusion to four semesters of Marshal work, Joe Reitter has ably
captained an efficient Marshal force during the last semester.
The work of our Marshals' is not the unusual for which one is repaid with
glory, but the performance of daily tasks that often become monotonous and assume
forms of boredom. The duties our Marshals have set before themselves at the
beginning of the semester and have fulfilled have been rather difficult. It is not
easy for fourteen boys to keep the halls of a school of twenty-five hundred quiet
and in order. But any one who has been in Tuley during the past semester can
testify that it was done during the entire semester, except for one day.
That day was Collarless Day. Rarely is the Day as successful and as full of
hilarious fun as it was last semester. It was sponsored by the Marshals, and they
were on hand to see thatnothing was damaged and no one was injured.
The Marshals also ran an All-Tuley dance that proved to be one of the most
successful of the semester.
The force consisted of Joe Reitter, Henry Rothenberg, Carl Cohen, Ben
Samuels, David Cooper, Jack Krulan, Jack Rothstein, Fred Weiss, Millard Cohen,
Bernard Halperin, Simon Gordon, and Hyman Ginsburg.
THE GIRL MARSHALS
At the beginning of this semester, with the aid of Miss Claus, a Girl Marshal
Force, consisting of Bertha Kraus, Josephine Kroll, Beverly Koff, and Jeanette
Bernstein, was organized. The force set itself the same duties and tasks as the
Boy Marshals, and were probably greatly responsible for the quiet and orderly
semester we have just gone thru. They were a great aid to the boys, often perform-
ing tasks that they could not do.
The Girl Marshal force is an interesting institution. It shows the school spirit
of our girls and the willingness of Miss Claus to aid the school Wherever possible.
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