Tully Central High School - Oracle Yearbook (Tully, NY)

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W., , , AA A G5'i,1ffff' 242, A 1 Fgqii Q, ' 'Yi 51 A I I U 1 U C l I U "g..,Q" STANDS OUR NOBLE ALMA MATER L. to R.: Fredilalollenbeck, Norbert Finkler, Francis Foley, Earle Ketchum, Albert Walburger, Arthur Goodwin BIJAHD UF Ell EATIII At the annual school district meeting in july, the following board members were re-elected: Arthur G. Goodwin and Fred S. Hollen- beck. The newly elected member was Norbert J. Finkler. ln addition to its regular duties, the Board of Education is also engaged in planning for the construction ofa new Industrial Arts and Agriculture building. The officers of the Board are Earle H. Ketcham, presidentg Fred 5. llollenbeck, clerk: Nlrs. Florence Hades, treasurerg Dr. Nlarcus llichurds, school physician: Dr. Francis Nuremberg, school dentist: licon S. Baldwin, attendance officer and school census enumeratorg William llugby, school tax collector. We would like to express our appreciation to the fioard for their untiring efforts in making our school a better school and for their part in making possible the publication of this book. SUPERVISING PRINCIPAL Frank Page Ylumlingg Iffleunor C. Ure:-ne, ILM, TILA., ,IILVHHV lligh linglzwh fun! I,llfllf'7V1IlIl1'S,' I.ili.m fl. IIIIIQIHI, ILS., limiruxssg I1IrI11aMnors-, ILS., Urufir' Zg Iiralwrla Shaplr-5, Irftlfft' ig 'Wugurvl Ilwyvr, Umrlr' Sq 'Xml IQ. wXmI1-1-sun, Afnfirrgnrlrng 'Niary A. Nustin, IL5., Sminr ll.S. l':fIgIISh, Unnnnln-.s, AI.w1,xIf1nl f,'rf1u1.cf-lflr fur hirlx, R111-.1 Nc-tllvlon, f,fmu':' I, Vary Hvrrimaxn, ILS., Cflllif' Hg Doris Sllellfc-Id, ILS., 'NI.9.. llwnf- l1vl'l'V1lPVllllS, We'u!rfl,- Hairy IN. IIowu.rr'I, ILS.. Library, Carolyn VI. Williams, ILS., Hrrxlfh, l'lWs1f'f1Il'fffurr1t1'1-11um! Allhlwlzvs wfvzrlxh Doris II. f:lIlTlIIIIIlgS, Denial flygif'llISlj Ifrcrlu Ifdingqr, Fvrrf lurvg Nlairilyn N'If'I5nl1g.1I. ILS., Irt, .lc-suv I'. fllay, junior ll.N. English !lHl!SUI'1.f1l Sruflif-s, Cfwilia I,, Hurphv, firmff' I. V1 lmfnr: Ntvlln Niillm, ILA., Yr-ninr High ffrzglishg Alina Shea, R.N., School Nufsrg II. Uurrlvtlm- Allvn, ILS., I fmulnfnul Igrzf ullurvg lffl- wurri Uwe-ns, Industrial .4 rts ami Driver Fffiucrrtinn. Slumlingg Georgf- IC. Stokoe, B.S., Music, Frank Page, I3.S., M.A., Princimlg Merton Il. Moorrf, B.A., junior nm! S4-ninr High School English and Social Studirsg Roland IQ. Ilansom, Il.A., lN'l.A., lunmr um! Senior High Yrhfml Mrzlhrnizztics and Science, Leicester C. Green, ILA., FILA., Director UfFiV1!l7lFi', Trrmspnrtalion, and 'lflult Iffllirntizing Claude Il. Ferguson, B.I5l., INl.A., junior and Svniur High SC'h00lSUCI'fli5lUl1'liPSQ Donald ll. Wing, ILA., Languagesg Frank Balzano, B.S., junior anr1Sf'n1'urHigh School Srirnreg Eugene C. Pearse, ILS., flHll'fIl'tl.fl1lSPl1l0l' High Srhuul Suvial Studies rzml GlLl'lfUIlf't'j Allred P. ClEflIlfTIliS, ILS., Health, Phys 1'- c'ull:'1lur'aiion anfl .4 lhletics flloysj. Seatrzl: .lane Palmer, Grade 14 Louise Long, Crmle 6, Beulah Kelley, Crude 6, Graco Baldwin, Grade 45 Beatrice Nolan, Grade 5, Beverly Amolcly, B. Music, Music, Isabel Bishop. Gmde' 3. SIIHIQIIJI. PMI LTY 35. A? J 4' Q 'XL f r :V ,Tai J if ..'-:-- 1 S .my-5,, ,V 6 1 lg 'i.5.f:'j,, ,sg my if-av 'l . I D H Q w 1 4 Q in W .1:L,., 5 ..,.A , Lf ia! ' :gi 1 I gif ' V'. if ..,.,, S -Qi :Krug 1 f lg "if- f W E ,Q 5 it 3 ,If -A 'ww wi, .,.x .45 m,,m q,,.Mt1tj"'f A S, LvQ -- . I 1 .QW A 45 . i "" '- W' 'Z 'YS Q f H, 2 Eg 1, g- , ew? , fv' A ff C -,A dar. MAY SHE EVER SPUR US ONWARD TO SUCCESS IN WAYS OF TRUTH. CLASS UF 1951 JW 9 Standing: Mrs. Mary A. Austin, Aduisorg Mr. Edward Owens, Advisorg Mr. H. B. Allen, Advisor. Seated: David White, Treasur- ffi Shawn Heflihyn Secretaryg Janet Usher, Vice-President: Richard Green, President. IJVISUHS AND UPFIIIEHS STANLEY BANNER llCh1'p,l Destination-Restaurant Man- ager. Honors: Ser-. and Re- porter of F.F.A. l, 4, Repre- sentative to National FJ' .A. 4. 4clivilics: Baske-tball 2, 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4, I-'ootball 3, 4, Chorus 4, Band I, 2, 3 4, F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Dramat- ics Club 4. 9 I, I-QON A COMPTON "I, en" Deslinrrtmn-Smrretary. -I clii ities: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 I7.I'I.A. 4, Dramatics Club 4, Marshal 4, Girls' Basketball 3, 4. CLIFI-'GRD BRICNCHLEY lik ll Iles tination- Undecided. H071- ors: Student Council 1, Presi- dent ol Freshman Class, F'.F.A. Treasurer 4. 4ctivi- ties: Basketball 2, 3, 4, Baseball l, 2, 3, F'ootbaII12, 11-,F.F.A. I, 2, 3, 4, Projec- tionist Club 2, fl, -I, Marshal 4. IRIINE BRIGGS "Ramen Destination-Becker junior College. Honors: Music' A- ward 3, Pen and Ink I, 2, 3, 4, All-State and County 3, 4, Tulcendra 2, 3, 4, Locke Memorial Speaking Contest, jr.-Sr. Speaking Contest -I, Cheerleader 3, 4. -lctiviltes: Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Iland 2, 3, 4, Radio Club 2, 3, I. I if-1 , 1... :wfU'lUl'v Q , fgltzzxl I'lAll'l-L:..'., lit l ELLEN COOK tlCf70kl'f", Destination-linden'ided. Hon- ors, Pen and Ink 2, 3, 4, Activities: Dramatic Club 4, Marshal 4, Library Assistant. DOLORES DEVINIC ulpotn Destination-Undecided. Hon- ors: Librarian of Student Council 3, Home Room Secre- tary and Treasurer 1, Oracle Staff, Tulcendra 3, 4, Histo- rian of Tulftendra 4, Speech 4, All-Star and AII-County Music 4. Activities: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 10 CAROL C ARLTON "Toot" Destination-Secretary. Hon- ors: Student Council I, 4, Secretary -I-, Pen and Ink 1, 2, 3, 4, Assistant Editor 3, Editor-in-Chief 4, All-County Music 4, Tulcendra 2, 3, 4, Speech Tournament Winner 3, Cheerleader 2, 3, 4, Ameri- can Legion Oratorical Con- test, 2nd prize Onondaga County. -Ictivities: Girls' Basketball 3, 4, Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, Radio Club 2, 3, 4. Am. BAKER DRAKE "Bake" Destination-General Motors Institute. Activities: Foot- ball 4, Band 3, Radio Clul 3, 4, Projectionists Club 3 4, Marshal 4. JAMES FOLEY ll-lim!! Destination-Undecided. Ac- tivities: Dramatics Club 4, Basketball 4, Baseball 2, Football 4, Chorus 3, 4, Radio Club 4, Projectionist :lub 3, Marshal 4. SHARON IIIIRLIII Y "Thuwer:" Jestinanon-St. Joscph's II os- nital of Nursin . Honors: Stu- Ient Council i Secretary of Senior Class, Pen and Ink 2, I, 4, Assistant Iflditor 4, All- Iounty Music 3, 4, Oracle itaff, Tulcendra 2, 3, 1, ,ocke Memorial Speaker Con- est, Winner, Cheerleader 4. 4cti1'ities:'Chorus I, 2, 3, 4, 3and I, 2, 3, 49 Radio Club l, 4. RICHARD GREEN lCDickID Destination-General Motors Institute. Honors: Student Council 2, 4, President Sen- ior Classg Pen and Ink 3, 4, Assistant Editor 4, All-State and All-County Music, Tul- cendra 2, 3, 4, Speech Tour- nament 2, 3, 4. Activities: Basketball 2, 3, 4, B eball 2, 3, Football 3, 4, Chorus 1, 3, 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. l HOWARD HALLENBECK "Squeak" Destination-Commercial Art School. Honors: Tulcendra 2, 3, 4. Activities: Chorus 4, Radio Club 3, 4, Marshal 4. i Q " gif ' 1 vi rl 1' . C .1 QNX lg F .fx Spar 5 1 RICHARD HOEFEH "H onfvyardn Ilestznution-College. Honors: Student Council 2: Pen and Ink 3, 4, Oracle Staff, Tul- cendra 3, 4, All-State and All- Count Music 3 4. fi ctivities y 1 I Basketball I, 2, 3, 4, Base- ball 2, Football 3, Chorus I, 3, 4, Radio Club 4. , ,', JANET KINNE ltskin 0 Destination-Merchandising. Honors: Sec. of Junior Class 3, Pres. of Tulcendra 4, Ora- cle Staff 3, Tulcendra 3, 4, All-State Music Clinic 3, 4, All-County Music Festival 3, 4. Activities: Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Projectionists Club 3, 4. MARIAN HENDERSON llMimi,D Destination: Beaux Art Beau- ty School. Honors: Tulcendra 2, 3, 4, Locke Memorial Streaking Contest, Vice-Pres- i ent Tulcendra 4. Activities: Girls' Basketball 4, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, F.H.A. 2, 3, 4, Marshal 4. PATRICIA KINNEY UPG!!! Destination-Cortland Tele- phone Operator. Activities: Chorus I, 2, 3: F.H.A. 3, Projectionists Club 3, Dra- matic Club 4, Library Assist- ant. KAROI, KIRRY :JA Hyun llrstinulinn-l'ndec:id1-d. Hon- ors: Valedictoriang Pen and Ink 2, fl, I-5 Tulcendra 2, fl, I. flt'liz'it1e's: Chorus lg ll uclio Club 4. DORIS SMITH "Domi" Destination-Undecided. Hon- ors: Sec. of Student Council 35 Tulcendra 2, 3, 45 Speech Tournament 45 Cheerleader 2, 3, 45 Treasurer of Junior Class. A ctivities: Chorus 15 Radio Club 3, 45 F.H.A. 3, 45 Marshal 3, 4. L ICSTICR LUNG "B wr' Ilestinatiori-Under-ided. Hon- ors: Student Council l, 2, 1-, President 45 Pen and Ink 15 Tulcendra 2, 3, 4. A ctiritiss: lluskelball 2, 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Football 45 Chorus l, 2, ig lland 1, 2, 3, 45 F'.F.A. 1. BARBARA SICELEY SIB arbff Destination-Undecided. Hon- ors: Student Council 35 Treas- urer of F.H.A. 45 Ilome Room Representative 25 Pen and lnk 45 Tulcendra 2, 3, 45 Cheerleader -1-. .4 C1il'ffl'l'S.' Chorus 1, 2, 3, 45 Radio Club 2, 3, 45 F.H.A. 3, 45 Marshal 3, 4. I fzjxxx ' - ' . i le en -PV ll' 1l7fU'il ': 'e 1 9 Q lE4!'1Ll.Li,-l:H:l .l AN ET USH ER lljanfl E LIN OR TRAC Y "E llie " Destination-Telephone Oper- ator at Syracuse. Honors: Pen and Ink 2, 3, 45 Tulcen- dra 3, 4. .4 ctivities: l7.H.A. 3, 45 Intramurals 1, 2, 3. I2 Destination: School of Nurs- ing. Honors: Salutatoriang Vice-President Student Coun- cil and Senior Class 45 Pen and Ink 3, 4, Editor 45 All- State and All-County Music5 Tuleendra 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Speaking Contest 25 Cheer- leader 2, 3, 4. Activities: Chorus l, 2, 3, 4, President 45 Band l, 2, 3, 4: Radio Club fl, 15 Xlarshal I-. ELIZABETH SEELEY tcBettyn Destination-Undecided. Hon- ors: Cheerleader 3, 4. Activi- ties: Chorus 1, 2, 35 F.l'l.A. 3, 45 Dramatics Club 45 Mai- shal 3, 45 Sr. Red Cross 1, 2. ll XVI-Il' VICNTON "lizzie" Destination-U.S. Marines. Honors: Student Council 25 Pen and Ink l, 2, 3, 45 All- State Music 3, 45 Tulcendra 2, 3, 45 President 45 Speech Tournament 2, 3. Activities: ,I.V. Basketball 2, 35 Base- ball 25 Football 2, 3, 45 Soc- cer 1, Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4, Vice- President 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 45 Radio Club 4. ' D AVID WHITE UDOCU Destination-Rochester Insti- tute of Technology. Honors: Student Council 2, Pen and Ink 1, 2, 3, 4g Tulcendra 2, 3, 4, Speech Tournament Win- ner 35 Representative to Boys" State. A ctivities: Cho- rus 1, 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 45 Radio Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, Football 4. SE IIJH HISTIJHY As we started on the path of education, there were seven of us who continued together all the way through school. Namely: Janet Kinne, Clifford Brenchley, Stan Banner, Dick Green, Janet Usher, and Dave White. Others joined us, some of whom remained, while the rest left the trail, and finally we ended our joumey with a total of twenty-three seniors. We found a variety of money-making activities along the way. The profits of these adven- tures were to be used to further our primary aim-a Senior trip to New York City. The first of these successful projects commenced in our Junior Class with the maga- zine contest. Then came dances, paper drives, food sales, and the Oracle. Of course, our Junior Prom was one of the main events of that year. "Secret Garden" was its theme and ,lack Kriescher furnished the music. At the Prom we used for the first time the gift from the Class of 1950-a crystal ball, which nicely added to our colorful decorations. We began our Senior year by electing Dick Green as president, Janet Usher, vice- presidentg Sharon Herlihy, secretaryg and Dave White, treasurer. Advising us through this year were Mrs. Austin, Mr. Owens, and Mr. Allen. Our goal for the trip was set at 31500 and we started immediately toward attaining it. The first activity was selling refresh- ments at the football games. Soon after this we started selling candy bars during noon hours and at basketball games. On ,Ianuary 26, we held our Senior Dance, "The Cinder- ella Ball." Dick Vleddaugh's orchestra set the pace for dancing and it certainly was a gala affair. Continuing these activities, dances, paper drives, and class dues, we finally reached our goal and on May 31 left for New York. As the school year closed, we regret- fully bade farewell to our fellow students and to our teachers who helped us progress through those Halls of Learning and adhere to our goal "We'll find a path or make one." l.3 fs, xx v Wi!! miss PHUPHEEY A few days ago, quite by accident, we stumbled upon a Post Standard, dated June 2, 1961. As we glanced throu h it, merel for amusement, the main headline seemed to demand our attention. Ulgocketship liieaches Moon," it screamed. Then came, "A clever genius, Stan Banner, has just completed the first fli ht to anoth- er planet. With him was that talented fashion expert, Elinor Tracy, cfetermined to examine the arments of moon-men." Scannin the features of local interest, we saw, "After her picture appeared in a series of Golden Guemsey Milk advertisements, Dolores Devine was voted the most popular model in U.S.A." "Now an admiral in the WAVES, Janet Kinne is madly in love with a machinist's mate. The entire Navy awaits their marria e." "Leona Compton, a superior photoiapher for a leading magazine receivedg an award for her pictorial review of t at fearless and crafty game hunter, Dick Krom." "Our own Barbara Seeley has acquired a pair of red flannel outlets down South." "While interviewing the wife of the President recently, Pat Kinney, our star reporter, discovered an old school chum. The First Lady's maiden name is Marian Henderson." "Baker Drake, a successful rancher in Arizona, has a valu- able herd consisting of only three-one cow, and old horse, and an oil well." Advertisements throughout the paper certified that "although Bud Long was :imce ancafefree guy, he is now a serious minded magnate in the fertilizer in- usn-y. On the society page we saw, "A fabulous star, Sharon Herlihy shines in that vast heaven known as Broadway." The forthcoming marriage of Carol Carlton, accomplished artist, was announced. "Her fiance is a wealthy plantation owner from Louisiana." "Leavin her life as a socialite, Karol Kirby will manage a huge construction firm to heqp hubby sup ort their four sets of twins." Under "Sports," we noticed, "Namecf,Mr. Basketball of 1970, on Davey Ven- ton's television show last night, was the famous athlete, Dick Green." In the "Want Ads" appeared, "While Betty Seeley climbs mountains in Tibet, Ellen Cook loafs in Hawaii. Wanted-baby sitters so that the husbands can enjoy life, too." "Wanted-a zoog Clifford Brenchely wishes to become a zoo keeper, since his new wife, Irene Briggs, simply adores animals." We found only four comic strips in the comic section, all drawn by the same person-Dick Hoefer. They were titled "Joe's Poll, Ooka," "Winnie's Wrinkles," 'Saloon Mullins," and "Smirkin Mack." A page of photographs caught our e e. One picture of a happily smilin couple was captioned "A chap named Jim Fofey has become the political boss ofChica- go, which eatly pleases Janet Usher, his better half." Under another illustra- tion was 'gflhat skillful fire-fighter, Donald Doody, heroically risked his life to save a buming school house today. His flame, Doris Smith, was teachin in the building at the time." Dave White, an ingenious secret a ent of the F.lg.I. was shown investigating the theft of the Magnifilence Emerald from Howard Hallen- beck, the millionaire zipper tycoon. Without warning, the unique newspaper that foretold our position ten years hence mysteriously disappeared. But it really didn't matter, naturally, we cannot believe that fantastic material. Certainly none of it is true-or is it? SENIOR CLASS OF 1951 0 14 Secretary LAST WILL AND TESTZIMENTI We, of the Senior Class of Tully Central School, County of Ononda a, State of New York, being of sound mind and body, hereby publish our last wil? and testa- ment. To Mr. Page and the faculty, our undying titude for patience in helping us find the road to success. To Mis. Austin any-Messrs. Owens and Allen, our deepest ap reciation for cooperation and advice. To the Freshmen, we leave a bit of advice. EDon't grow up too soon. You'll miss a lot of fun. To the Sophomores, we leave our ability to work as a team. You get more done that way. Last but not least, we leave the following tokens of appreciation to the members of the Junior Class. Janet Kinne be ueaths Carolyn Herold instructions on how to get and keep a stead bo friend. 'go Ruth Evans, Howard Hallenbeck leaves his "magic ' brush. Who knows, you might become the world's greatest artist. Dot Devine leaves her dignity to Betty Aungier. You know, Seniors must be dignified. To Jane Brenchle , Sharon Herlihy bequeaths her Cortland fellows. You won't be lonesome after Bud' is gone. Dick Green wills his position on the basketball team to Curt Parcells. Carol Carlton leaves her secret of being ood-natured to Paula Kirby. Don't ever lose it, Paula. JanetmUsher leaves her ciarinet book to Janet Beard- sley. One catch Janet, you have to practicel Ellen Cook leaves her ability to study and en'oy it to Alma McCormick. To Raymond Bogart, Leona Compton leaves her ability to have a good time. Remember Ray, all work and no play makes Jack a dull boy. Jim Foley leaves his powerful bass voice to Bob James. Bud Long wills his ability to make noise to Ralph Carlton. It pays to be heard as well as seen, Ralph. Stanley Banner leaves his "just-as-good-as-new" 1925 auto to Phil Mickelson. Now you'll be able to see Lucille more often. To Carlton Wells, Dave White leaves the book "How to Crack a Joke in Ten Easy Lessons." Bett Seeley leaves Mary Monaghan some of her shortness. That is if you, in turn, will leave her some of your height. To John McDonough, Clifford Brencllley leaves hi remarkable "way with the wimmen." Baker Drake bequeaths his ability to be quiet to Douglas Scott. Patricia Kinney leaves Barbara Baker her date-book for enter- tainment. To Bill Emerson, Dick Hoefer wills his habit of attending school every- day. Seniors must be present, Bill. Irene Briggs leaves her jitterbu ging talent to Helma Bogner. Marian Henderson leaves her ferocious temper to Ilonald Whitte- more. Meekness doesn't always pay, Don. Karol Kirby leaves her strict classroom attention to Roy Drake. To Edith Seeley, Elinor Tracy leaves her originality in writing compositions. Barbara Seeley leaves her pleasing manner and wide smile to Helen Stevens. ln witness thereof, we hereto subscribe our name and affix our seal, this twelfth day of March, Nineteen hundred and fifty-one. SENIOR CLASS OF 1951 President Vice-President Witnesses: I 2 QQ O I5 ...- - iseall iseall Karol Kirby Janet Usher Valedictorian Salutatorian Congratulations and best wishes to T.C.S. HONOR students. Their effort and achievement will pay them dividends, bring honor to our School and inspire other students. Colleges, Business, lndustry, Pro- fessions, Happiness and Success deman good character and scholar- ship from lligh School graduates. Frank Page, Supervising Principal SENIORS Karol Kirby, 88.925 janet Usher, 88.389 Barbara Seeley, 86.523 Sharon lrlerlihy, 85.84, Richard Green, 85.1.1-. JUNIORS Nlary Mona han, 89.8, Iielma Bogner, 89.6, Edith Seeley, 88.73 Barbara Baker, 87.5g Paula Kirby, 8S.6g Carolgyn Herold, 85.3. SOPHOMORES Paul Garrett, 91.4, james Seeley, 87.8g Gene Comstock, 87.4g Constance Morse, 86.65 Ross Moyer, 96.5g Marlene lliederich, 85. FRESHMEN Carolyn Volles, 92.55 Alice Randall, 92.33 John Padget, 91.85 John Vanlluskirk, 91.4g Walter Davis, 89.8g Edward Hillenbrand, 89.83 Janet McQueen, 87.89 Janice Penoyer, 87.4, June Lufelt, 86.6, David Spaulding, 85.2. ll. JUNIOR OFFICERS Stamiing: Mr. Claude Feb fguson, Advisor, Mrs. ,illian Buzard, Advisor, Mr. Donald Wing, A dvisor. Seated: Philip Mickelson, President, Jane Bnencliley, Treasurerg Carolyn llerold, Vice-President, Betty Aun- gier, Secretary. 'A ls EL SSES UP '52-'53-'54 SOPH OFFICERS Standing: Mr. Balzano, Advisorg ,lamvs Seeley, Presidentg Mr. Eugene Pc-arse, Arlwisor. Sealed: Connie Morse, Vice'-Presidentg Donald Connor, Treasurer, Alice Carlton, Secretary. FROSH OFFICERS Standing: Mr. Ransom, .-Ifivisurg David Spaulding, President, Mr. Moore, ,-Idvisur. Sealed: Phyllis Brenchley, View-President, Walter Davis, Treasurer, Janice Preston, Secretary. EIAS5 UF1952 t Slamlingy Carlton We-lls, llonulrl Wliittemore, Douglas Scott, Curtis Parcels, John Nlcllonough. .Nvzitt-tl.' llvlvn Str-von:-a, lfulith St-nl:-y, Mary Monaghan, ,lane lgl'f'l'lCllll3Y, Paula Kirby, Betty Aungir-r. S Y r wg, 1 . , ' ' ' ez f. D ff-.Q 5 f ., V 1 - '15, A" 1 vZ?'f fl- l . ax: ' 1 , f 'I , ,- r' i if f l l f l , ' . I M?iKv-Q T 1 r , . +0 , A Q- -if .-Q' 7 Wiunfiingf William lilmurson, Philip 'l.lic'kf-lun.. Ii-mul l.'ll"'4, llnlph l ,nltr-rr. Hoy llrukv. Se'ulewl.' lilllvl li:-urflsloy, Carolyn llurolrl, lluth luums. ,Xlv1u.1Xlml.ur'y1itlt. f5urls.u.n .lnln-1. llwlum llugnvr. Thr- Class of l952 2-alurterl its 2il'llX iiivs tllix ye-ur ln' --lm lunar l'lx1l ill-ltvlsun,pl'L'siflt'Il!1 ffzxrolyn llc-rolrl, vice-pl'vsiclf-ritg llr-tty '5tlllljllt'l, st-t-rt-turyg untl .I.ur' lllflll lil:-2, irc-usurs-r. Nlrs. lluzzlrrl, Nlr. Wing, and Nlr. l"c-rguson urtutl af. our .nlxisorrn Our first big finanvial at-tivilx nl tlw X4-nr was thc' nnfwi xl nu n,f.xv'111vf voutcsl, in whit ll iw- fuilf-fl to rr-.irh our S01 goal, but Ilt'Nt'l'lllPll.'SS put 3370.111 in our tr'-.ew-un .mtl hurl 11 ple-asunt limv lwillg salt-srlwll. lfiftvvn llIE'IlllJt!I'2-G of the- class 4-.lrnvvl Sillf'NTll1lllSllllI rm Hglllfilllkifl by Qellinq thirty rlollars or more of r-aubsvriptions. A danvv and two paper drives proved to be 2-illl'tTf'SSil1l, f-spt-1-iully the last paper drive- whivli brought us 310053. About the middle of tho vc-ar our biggost at-tivily got under may-publishing tht- Oracle. q nn? Iii: A133 CLASS UP1953 fi ,J l . IW Smnding' F. Fisher, ll. Abbott, G. Comstock, R. James, R. King, C. Cook, J. Currie, R. Crangr-r, Il. Moyer. Second Row: A. Reich, J. Seeley, J. Cuyle, L. White, M. Fuller, A. Staiger, ll. Fuller, T. Fitz- pillfiflk. J- Gorny, D. Connor, H. Darling, P. Garrett. Thin! Row: L. Barns, S. Haro, M. Tracy, J. Kinm-v. A. Foley, J. Bolt, C.. Morse, A. Carlton, N. Schuyler, P. Currie, M. Dicderich, I.. Cates. CLASS UP 1954 Huck Row: ll. Burns-s, ll. Cree-ne, W. Davis, ll. Bentley, B. llentley, P. Van Uenberg, ll. Wlclinight, C. Vvnton, J. Purlget, J. 'l'ruc'f-y, J. Van lluskirk, ll. Mcllonough, D. Spaulding, M. Vosslor. Srvonll Row: Il. M uf.ormir-k, I.. Nlonrov, X1. James, I.. White, P. llrcnchlffy, C. Volles, J. Mckluf-en, ll. lianvott, P. llovk- stuter, ll. Russell, ll. Haley, lil. Hillenbrand, S. Krom, R. Russell, J. Rothery, D. Currie. Thin! Row: l.. Aungier, F. Mfffnnuic-k. H. llomld. l9 Mapes, ll. Butler, J. Preston, A. Ylandall, J. Chawgo, J. Spencer, ID. lloll, ll. Cuylv, J. Pvnoyer, I-I. 3 Smndin : R. Mickelson, H. Foster, C. Herman, Nl. Murphy, Ni. Patterson, B. Trach, I.. Kinney, lr.. Clark, Miss Clay, fldvisor. Second Row: I. Brown, S. Fox, D. Rycraft, P. Vlunson, 5. Kinney, 5. Rive, M. Stevens. Third Row: C. Staigfzr, W. f-lonroe, H. Potter, P. Bolt, ll. Carlton. EIBHTH Standin : M. Neuman, ll. Vossler, M. White, R. llri fgs, C. Fellows, T. Aldrich, KJ. '-lorton, M. Drumm,q'. Nlu why, l.. Comstock, S. Gambell, Miss Mcllou all, .4 dvisor. Srromi Row: V. Hence, li. Rousell, ll. llhlhart, 'I. lloail. M. Richards, B. Kehrer, l.. lghite, M. Miller, Nl. Chamman, Goodwin, M. llrown, J. Glasgow. Third Row: R. Ransom, ll. Aldrich, R. Dockstater, J. Currie, J. Hogan, P. Webb. SEV BH jg v l Standing: Hrs. Shenfeld, Advisor, J. S ringslon, E. Vossler, A. Mickelson, K. VanBuskirk, J. Nichols, J. Sanebrook, J. Gambell, G. lliiller, M. Fenlon. Second Row: J. Cook, B. Stewart, A. Fitzpatrick, B. Granger, E. Chawgo, A. Finkler, H. Cook. Third Row: R. Barnes. ll. Fox, S. Vossler, C. Drake, ll. Garrett. BH IIE TH AIIE 21 Standing: Miss Greene, Advisor, R. Gardner, M. Brown, F. Rainbow, J. Phillins, Xl. Ward, R Abbott, D. Mortis, H. Steiger, L. Usher, P. l.ancett, D. lloefer. Second Row: li. lllaahs, 5. 'l'rach R. Vandenberg, G. Bentley, S. Aldrich, I.. Aungier, M. Kinney, S. Brown, E. Vormwald, P-I. Ryan P. Granger, D. Granger. Third Row: G. Fuller, P. Reitano, J. Weisbrodt, Fi. Nurenberg, J. llallen beck, W. Padget, R. Hemlan, F. Diederich, D. Millis. .4 bsent: I.. Bardwell, ld. Piper. ll. Wood, C Parney, S. Stafford. ...- 'T1 ' Il. , Maur. J-. I' 9? I D-QQ ll Xa .--. ,rl V ., ... -- -- 'T 4 K , x,, wl .,.-Q st- z 33,5 iii' 'M .J . vw 'W N .ir 1 5 - B A " P'- - 1 1 1 1 1, , fifhi ' ' ',.- HT.:-..-f 'H' .. f- ,f1,...-. 1' 1 0 ji 'Uh .lla '. .,. L. ST DE TEUUNEIL 1, ,x , , 5' Jgrmf 5071, Around the Table, L. lo R.: Trilby Aldrich, Caroline Fellows, Richard Gardner, Phyllis Brenchley, David Abbott, Philip Mickelson, Carolyn Herold, Laura Cates, David Millls, Carol Carlton, Robert Carlton, Mr. Pearse, Advisor, Garrett Hiller, David Spaulding, ,Iames Seeley, Richard Green, janet Usher, Lester Long, Ann Finkler, Ralph Carlton, Donna Rycralt, Constance Morse, Mary Monaghan. Standin : Mr. Donald Wing, Advisorg Janet Beardsley, Mr. Claude Ferguson, Advisor. Seated: Ruth Evans, Curtis arcells, Cdolyn Herold, Mrs. Lillian Buzard, Advisorg Ralph Carlton, Betty Aungier, Barbara Baker. STAFF Carolyn ll erold ........ Editor-in-Chief lletty Aungicr . . . . Business Manager R uth li vans llal h Carlton llarhara Baker . . ,4 ssistant Editors Curtis Parcells Douglas Scott Janet Beardsley The members of the Oracle staff were selected by a nominating committee and presented at a class meeting. The majority of the class ac- cepted the staff as presented. Betty Aungier automatically became business manager, as she sold the largest number of magazine subscrip- tions in the annual magazine contest sponsored by the Curtis Publishing Company. This was a new experience and although it was a lot of worlc, we really enjoyed it. We would like to acknowledge the appreciated help of all those who participated in making this Oracle possible and especially to the advisors for their guidance, to those Juniors and Seniors who helped with the typing and to Mr. Conrad Kolbe and Mr. li. B. Allen for their photographic assistance. THE 1951 UHACLE X ix' if? C' gk QF! I t a l-l Y Tho Pon nnwl Ink Club is the honorary liternry soric-ly of lnllx Central School. In orrler to be selm-tml for this honor, the vancliflate must have nn RIVPIYIQQ' of 87'S"i- in lfnglish. The higghligllt of our social lifo was the initia- tion supper in the school ruff-tcriu on October 9, IUSO. I'hf- following people were initiated: liar- lmrn Se-vle-y, llvlnm llogner, Vlary Jlonaghun, l.uuru Cotes, Ilonnlfl Connor, Joan linker, lfrl- wzuwl llillcnlmrund, .lnnet 'NlcQueen, june Zufelt and Cary Yenton. Standing: R. Green, Assistant Edi- tor, Mrs. Buzard, Advis arg D. White, Editor. Seated: S. Herlihy, Assistant Editor, Carol Carlton, Editor-im Chiefg Janet Usher, A ssis tant Editor. ADVISORS AND EDITORS Standing: P. Mickelson, J. Currie, R. Green, R. Hoefer, C. Venton, D. White, D. Whittemore. Second Row H. Bogner, B. Baker, C. Herold, B. Aungier, J. McQueen, J. Kinne, M. Monaghan, D. Connor, Fl. Hillen brand, J. Seeley, P. Garrett. Third Row: E. Cook, E. Tracy, I. Briggs, B. Seeley, K. Kirby, C. Morse, J Usher, A. Calton, S. Herlihy, C. Carlton, L. Cates. Nlfmflrrifgf ll. Crnngvr, P. lllirlmlson, J. Currie, ll. Crvvn. ll. I lullon. I.. l.t-ng. ll. lxinv, Il. llovlvr, ll. N-olt, ,l. l"ole-y, ll. White-, C. Parrc-lls, U. Abbott. Serum! Row: J. lsher, ll. Smith, llvairllsley, ll. llukvr, l'. Kinney, K. Kirby, ,I. Kinno, M. Xlonaghan, J. Brenchley, M. Ilvndr-rson, I.. Compton, .'x.rl21IlI0'l, Il, Aungi.-r, C. llc-rolrl. Thin! 'fum' IC. Cook, ll. Seeley, l. Briggs, S. Hcrlihy, li. 'l'rury, li. Soc-Ivy, ll. lgugnfq, P, Currier, ll. Dovine, C. Carlton, I.. Cates. Fourth Row: W. Youngblood, IJ. wIlllllf"lll0T6', ll. llullvnlmc-k, 'l'. lfitzpatrivk, C. Wolls. -I bserzt: li. Long, S. liannz-r. ADVISOQ AND OFFICERS Blmifling' Xlrs. -Xustin. lflnixm, lime-X X1-n lllll, l're'.s11le'rrl,' .IilTll'l I she-r, I lu'-l'rw.vllfr1t Nluriun llf'I"lllf'I'SOIl, 'l'rrn.s11rf'r. lIr.st'II!.' ,lame-I Kinnv, Srl-will ,M-rriwslwr l'rfw:fle'r1lg llolorf--N Il:-viliv. Hixlorimr. 'TT 'llwxvlilx-lixv ni4'uilw1's ol Allllll'l'll1lI'il or-gullilm-ll In-+I lull umlvr ills- flirt-vtiori ul llrs. lustiu .iml vlf-I-tl-ll tho following tllil-ll'K'l'SZ I'r1-:-ills-nl, llauvy lr-nlon: Xl1'l"llI'f?Sl1Ik'Ill. lIau'inn llc-nrlurson: Sm'- l'f'li1l'f'II-l'I'li5lll'l'l', lamvl Islivi: llisloliain, llalrtliai Ilimlgl-. llmingg nhl- liisl Sl'llll'Nll'l', lliv uim-lm-vi nf-xx l'2lllilllI1llf"S use-wish-ll willi vmmy grurlv pi'ogr'ainis, .intl Ilauidlf-cl tllv nuilw-up .tml liuliting for ull :-shows. In Ilcrvmiilwl, .llllli'f'!lllY'il pluyr-ll Ilost to lllv l"ayl-tlvvillo flmnmlic- cluli wlwn llivy Ill?- senlc-cl "'I'lu: lluliantl' lor a sturlcnt us:-acmlily. illulrcnrlra, unmler its new zulvisor, Xliss llillcr, olcctcfl .lanot Ixinne, I'rc-siclcnt: and Dolores Devine, Ilistoriun for tlic set-onfl sc-mestcr. lim Iinzil activity of the organization will lic tho annual initiation and Drumatics Club llim-nic. T LCE DHA DHHMATIII EL B PL Y "Our Nliss Brooks," the three-act comedy that 'l'nlcendra presented on Nlay 125 and 26, 1951 was an excellent performance. We congratulate an uhlc director, an praiseworthy cast and a crew of good sports, whose airl backstage helped to luring Sllf'L'0SS. 'llhe famous trouble-getting-into English teach- er, Xliss llroolcs, was effectively portrayed by ,lanet l'sher. fufarol Carlton was Wlrs. Allen, the harsh memlwr of the school board and cloting mother. ,lane tlrene llriggsl the teen-ager who is in love with 'l'c1l ll'hil Ylickelsonl, the school's top basketball star. 'l'he coach lllavid Whitel, while completely unaware of the fact, captured lliss l!roolt's heart. Dick Green interpreted the roll- ull Nlr. llmlqwortli, the principal. l'hc entire- production was delightfully impres- six 1- and proxitlerl unique comedy. hlorzffuigg ll. Wliitte-mon-, ll. White, J. Currie, C P u'ce 5 n oe cr in li freen D .Xlvl-ott, ll. Younglmlooil, C. Wells. SQ't'0fll1R01l7,' ,I Usher P t urrie X C xrlton J Bra nch ev M Hen er -ton, tl. ll:-roltl. D. Devine. Smile-fl: ll. Bogner, B 'tun if-r S ll fllhy l Hr1g.,p,Q C farlton B See e l ,. f .llc-5. 'P' LP 'F 5' S . ,, -. " cr V l. H4-vorly Arnolrly l,lfC'l'!f7l' 28 Standing: D. Abbott, P. Reitano, R. Vossler, M. Fenlon, J. Padget, R. Hoefer, R Green Second Row: F. Fisher, R. Drake, C. Herold, W. Davis, W. Youngblood, C. Fellows Third Row: W. Hoagland, L. Carr, M. Hoag, J. Pennoyer, L. Cates, B. Aungier, I. Briggs The forty-five members of the Band a peared in several school pro- grams, in the Memorial Day Parade, andmplayed at the prize speaking contest. Richard Hoefer, Richard Green, Irene Briggs and Janet Usher represented TCS in the All-State Sectionals at Newark, N. Y. These people and Marilyn Brown gained membership in the All-County Band by auditions. Solo and ensemble work has been stressed this year with the younger members of the organization, such as the Flute Trio, Brass Sextet and the Clarinet Quartet. The annual spring concert was the highlight of the year. Standing: P. Kirb , J. Brenchley, J. Kinne, A. Staiger, R. Greene, S. Banner, R James, C. Parcellls. Second Row: l. Briggs, D. Devlne, B. Baker, D. Lancett F Fisher, D. White. Third Raw: L. Cates, J. Spencer, S. Hare, H. Stevens, S Herlihy, J. Bolt, D. Abbott. Fourth Row: E. Aun ier, J. Pennoyer, B. Seeley M Tracy, P. Dockstater, F.. Hillenbrand. A bsent: M.gDeiderick, M. Fuller, B. Fuller J. Zufelt. Stamlin : ll. King, G. Comstock, D. White, L. Long, D. Venton. Second Row: M Brown, Comstock, B. Fuller, M. James, A. Randall, M. Fuller, S. Banner, B Kfghl-er. Third Row: M. Murphy, J. Beardsley, J. Usher, D. Devine, S. Herlihy, M. Henderson. A bsent: J. Zufelt, A. Finkler. The first appearance of the Senior Chorus was participation in the Annual Christmas Program. Before this, a representative roup including ll. Devine, J. Kinnr-, D. Venton, C. Venton, J. Foley, ans P. Mickelson, attended the All-State Music Sectional Chorus at Newark, N. Y. These , , H 'g li 'F 'th George Stokoe people, plus S. Herlihy, C. Carlton, and R. Hoefer, sang with the All- Counly Chorus. ln addition to the Annual Spring Music Concert, the group hopes to repeat their three-school concert tour which proved suc- cessful and to participate in local commencement exercises. Standing: D. Scott, R. Kin , L. Long, J. Currie, W. Emerson, P. Brenchley, C. Morse, L. Compton. Second Row: J. ioley, R. Green, P. Mickelson, D. Whittemore, M. Henderson, J. Usher, C. Carlton, H. Bogner. Third Row: D. Venton, R. Hoefer, C. Venton, M. Mona- ghan, C. Herolrl, B. Aungier, M. James. Fourth Row: W. Davis, S. Krom, J. Rothery, A. Carlton, J. McQueen, A. Randall, D. Herold. 5 1 S Standing: Phil Mickelson, Ral h Carlton, Dick Green, Carlton Welfs. Seated: Irene Briggs, Doris Smith, Dolores Devine, Betty Aungier. Standing: Mrs. Mary Austin, Mr. Claude Ferguson. Seated: Mr. Eugene Pearse, Mr. Merton Moore. COACHES Standin : Paul Garrett John Currie, 8 1 Roy King, David Abbott. Seated: Laura Cates, Alice Carlton, Con- stance Morse, Peggy Currie. 30 UNIIIH-SE IIJH SPEECH Tu1ly's Fifteenth Annual Junior-Senior Speaking Contest was held in the auditorium March 13. This activity is an outgrowth of an original composition unit based on individual research. Delores Devine andllalph Carlton won first prizes, with Betty Aungier and Richard Green receiving the second awxrds. Professor I-lawer W. Scott and Mr. Seymour Payet of Cortland State Teachers' College 'udged the contest. Mrs. Austin, Mr. Pearse and Mr. Ferguson coached tile contestants. Prizes were furnished by the Tully Branch of The Syracuse Trust Company and The Tully Bakery. LIJEHE SPEECH TEA Standing: B. Drake, D. Whittemore, J. Foley, R. Carlton, H. James, R. Hoe- fer, P. Mickelson, C. Par- cells, D. White, il. Hallen- hack, ll. Drake. Second Row: P. Garrett, J. Usher, A. Carlton, M. Fuller, K. Kirby, Mr. Pearse, Advisorg B. Fuller, C. Morse, D. Smith, D. Connor. Third Row: L. Cates, I. Briggs, S. llerlihy, J. Kinney, C. Herold, li. Seeley, J. Beardsley, B. Aungier, P. Currie, D. Devine, C. Carlton. H IIIU CLUB The Radio Club has been very active resentini assembly programs, studying script writing, sound effects, and production Teciiniques. s a special new school service, they made recordings of dramatic playlets for use in English and Social Studies classes. PHIJJEIITIU ISTS A volunteer service club, boys and girls of Senior High School, become familiar with operation of school projectors and recorders, being available throughout the year to handle projection of films for classroom and assembly gatherings. Standing: J. Brenchley, L. Long, J. Kinnie, M. Hen- derson, B. Drake, C Brenchley, R. James, lt: McDonough, li. Drake, J. Padget, C. Wells, R. Moyer, D. Abbott, Mr. Pearse, ,4 :luis nr. Knee' ling: D. Currie, A. Reich, P. Garrett. Ill Standing: L. Compton, A. Standing: D. Abbott, J. Currie, R. James, C. Brenchley, R. King, ll. 'l'lCKl'tlght, C. Pafcclls, Tracy, R. Moyer. Second Row: C. Wells, l.. White, J. Corny, T. Fitzpatrick, ll. Granger, D. Whittemore, D. Doody, F. Fisher, S. Ban- ner. Third Row: D. Currie, D. Daley, D. Spaulding, ll. McDonough, Mr. Allen, R. Green, H. Barnes, D. Con- nor, P. Garrett. A bsent: A. Miller, H. Darling, T. Shoe- maker. F. F. A. The Future Farmers are bus sellin o corn, stationer , and seeds. As usual, dele- . 7 5 P P 7 . . . gates will be sent to the state convention and also to the national conventlon in Kansas City. We have 29 members. . H. ' At the beginnin of the year, Mary Monaghan was elected President, Janet Beardsley, Secretary, and Barbara Seeley, Treasurer. Our big project was packing boxes of clothing and useful articles for needy folks in the United States. McCormick. M. Henderson, R. Evans, J. Brenchley, B. Baker, B. Aungier, Fl. Tracy. Seated: H. Stevens, D. Smith, B. Seeley, Mrs. Shenfcld, -I fivisorg Nl. Mona- ghan, ,I. llvardslev, ll. St-ole-y. Standing: D. Abbott, H. Hallenbeck, P. Mickelson, J. Foley, R. James, L. Long, R. Carlton, D. White, H. Green, D. Doody, B. Drake. .Middle Row: C. Her- old, L. Compton, A. McCor- mick, M. Henderson, J. Kinne, Mr. Pearse, Advisor, D. Smith, J. Usher, B. See- ley, J. Seeley, A. Reich. Last Row: C. Carlton, I. Brig s, M. Tracy, H. Bog- ner, Aungier, S. Herlih , D. Devine, B. Seeley, Cook. MARSH L5 Thirty-two students served as regular marshals, maintaining a fine record regulating traffic order. The number of tickets for violations was well under last year's total. The marshals are to be commended for their volunteer service work. STUDE TEH HT The Student Court handled violations reported by Marshals and kept corridor offenses to a record minimum. Organized and conducted by the Student Council Court Committee, it represented democracy in action, as all procedures were effectively handled by students. Standing: Mr. Peuse. Sit- ting: Phili Mickelson, Constance Nlborse, Richard Green, Carolyn Herold, Richard Gardner. 33 HEI! EHUS5 Back Row: D. Rycraft, D. Butler, A. Finkler, M. Stevens, J. Cook, K. VanBus- kirk, li. Vossler, A. Mickelson, M. Chapman, S. Kinney, A. Fitzpatrick, B. Stewart, P. Munson. Second Row: B. Maahs, J. Glasgow, M. Morton, M. Murphy, B. Troch, M. Drumm, L. Clark, Miss Clay, L. Kinney, M. Murphy, N. Patterson, C. llermnn, M. Brown, S. Troch, S. Aldrich. Third Row: D. Granger, E. Russell, M. Kinney, l.. Aungier, M. Miller, S. Rice, S. Fox, R. VanDenberg, B. Kehrer, S. Brown, P. Granger. Fourth Raw: R. Mickelson, R. Ransom, E. Nurenberg, R. Aldrich, J. Weisbrodt, R. Briggs, W. Padget, F. Rainbow. Other than the holiday favors and menu covers for Veterans' hospitals, our major project is the making and filling of a "Treasure Chest" with school supplies to be sent to a school abroad as a friendship token. Seventy-five boys and girls-Libra? Assistants-serve T.C.S. in a practical way by helping t e library function smoothly. he members also benefit individually by the "know how" they acquire through their library experiences. LIBR HY SSISTA TS 34 Standing: E. Aun ier, W. Padget, E. Nurenbur , R. Steigxer, R. Mickelson, M. Brown, A. MickeFson, J. Padget, R. Moyer, VanBus irk, F. Rainbow, C. Steiger, J. Weisbrodt, J. Bogart, P. Webb, J. Preston. Second Row: J. Penoyer, N. Schuyler, B. Troch, B. Seeley, P. Murphy, C. Herold, L. Kinney, L. Clark, J. McQueen, S. Gambell, M. Drumm, C. Volles, M. Morton, A. Randall. Third Roiu: B. Stewart, J. Glasgow, T. Aldrich, C. Fellows, R. Cuyle, Mrs. Howard, Advnsor, L. Comstock, N. Patterson, M. Murphy, S. Goodwin, B. Maahs, B. Russell. Fourth Row: S. Fox, L. Barnes, J. Cook, M. Stevens, D. Rycraft, P. Munson, A. Finkler. S. Kinney, S. Rice, D. Butler, E. Brown, S. Aldrich, R. Vandenburg. Fifth Row: P. Granger, M. Ryan, H. Hobart, E. Vormwold, S. Brown, M. Hoag, M. Richards, L. White, L. Aungier, M. Kinney, D. Herold, V. Hence, D. Granger. 1. Janet Usher 2. Carol Carlton 3. Sharon Herlihy 4. Uoris Smith 5. Carolyn llerold 6. Belly Aungier 7. Peggy Currie 8. Alice Carlton. AHSITY EHEEHLEADEHS rs. C arolyn Williams Coach WH' '-2 H Standing: Barbara Seeley, J ane Brenchley, Hclma Bogner. Kneeling: Irene Briggs, L aura Cates, Betty Seele y. UNIUH EHEEHLEADEHS Alfred Clements Coach Ralph Carlton Dlck Green Hill Youngblood Stan Davey V jnm I- oley R oy lung., Bob james Cllfforl llrc nnhley Phll Nllckelson C ary Venton - Bud I on SCHEDULI-I g Orton. Central 30 at Tully 311 jamesville 36 at Tully I2 Tully 13 at Fahius Sl Manlius 6 at Tully 12 Minoa 34 at Tully ll! Tully 6 at Lafayvttv I6 ll onnie Granger Have .-'lbhott l f ll the rc- wana '1 noticc-alxlv lm-k of u-tvrun r',u1'liwl.n1'+:, hut llhr-n 'l'.C.S. opcnr-ml its footlmll season ust a , r .. . , thx- lrlggz-:-at numbvr of IlSplI'ilIllS in yours. lining new himss-ll, Convh Clmnf-nl'-1 rc-qxxr-steal Pllffllilxlf' ul' murr- ' ' - ' ' l ' Jizz- of tllo sm uacl. ' -' ' :lg vrwl Ilulrlw Pl'alCllI'l' PIIUILIIIH nt lo lhmrllc tu S 1 llur rvrorrl might show that this was a your uf cxpvricnce hut our sophomore-sturlmlerl lr .Ln I 1 ' '- lf' 'll-fonevrals lldvo Xhlrolt unvl Phil Nlivlu-lwon. fllilf unflc-r vo-1-amtains linlpll Carlton anal Duck Cree-n am lf, 1 g, uve X 4-nton, Inmate-r Lung. Stan llnnner, and llonmv ll ycmft anmlf- L1 gooll lu c mmm ll THE IQHIIIIHU ' l llrvnvhley, .lim Foley, ll of themselves. U THE IJIAMU IJ As we go to press, there are some twenty-one aspirants out to make the baseball Squad which will be cut down to about fifteen. Once again "balance" wi I have to be the keynote to success as apparent lack of experience prevails. But with the right spirit, plus the will to win, we are looking forward to a bright future. SC HEDU LE April 26 May 3 May 10 May 17 May 24 May 28 f.A14AA A Q - Tully at Jamesville Manlius at Tull Tully at Onon. gentral Fabius at Tully Tully at Lafayette Minoa at Tully all 1 Q Standing: J. McDonough, J. Corn , D. Abbott, J. Currie, G. Comstock, D. glcott, J. Seeley, S. Krom. Seated: T. Fitz- atrick, D. Hoefer, F. Fisher, K. Brench- lley, J. Foley, D. Green, Coach Clements. 37 rj 1 HSITY BASKETBALL Nt one time during the season roach said, "We might not win them all, but it is a leasure to work with- out an establislied star on the team." This proved to he uite true as 'l'.fI.S. had one of the 1185! balanced squads it has had in a long time. lt was a squad made up of nine players --and capable ones, too. Each one 4-ontrihuted to a sucvessful season, with the "flu bug" forcing us to withdraw from the county play-offs. We did manage to play one game in the Sevtion lll tournament, dropping a ten point rleeision to jordan on the jormlali floor. lfamiliar faces like llud Long, Dick Green, Dirk lloefer, Clifford Ilrenvhley, and Jim Foley will be absent from next ye-ar's eall and we shall miss them. But we do hold high homes and anticipate a good brand ul basketball from Dave Air hott, Curtis Pareells, Roy King, Ralph Carlton, john Currie and the "dark horses" who find themselves in high vontention for starting berths. The team reached its playing peak in the Xlinoa game, turning the tables for the first time in eight years-hut in spirit .ind sportsmanship-from the season's lu-ginning 'til its end! SCH!-LIIULI' 1050-51 ,Iamesville Fahius Minoa Lafayette 0 no nd aga Central Xlanlius JH. V HSITY BASKETBALL With a new local regulation pro- hibiting Seniors and Post-grads from playing on the ,I.V. team, along with most of last season's squad moving up to the varsity, the junior varsity squad was new from the first to the last individual. Probably the most outstanding feature of the season was the team's ability to come from behind, even in the latter stages of a game, and emerge victorious. A number of thrilling, contests ended in this fashion. It was this courageous char- acteristic more than any other which won the acclaim of all who wit- nessed the T.C.S. junior Varsity. llats off to Curt Parcells, Tom Fitzpatrivlt, lionnie Granger, john flurriv. liill hmvrson, .Xl Miller and Stan kr-nm for their finv all-around .ix-ilitx. Staniiing: A. Mickelson, Il. Gran er, li. james, ll. Nic- Kniggt, D. Connor, Coach Clements. Seulefl: T. Fitz- patrick, C. Parcells, j. Currie, U. Emerson, S. Krom. Water Boys: P. Garrett, I1. lloefer. INDIVIDUAL HIGH SCORERS Varsity FIG. F.'1'. T.P. Green Dlck 48 43 139 Brenchley Kip 48 30 138 Hoefer, Dick 48 33 129 26 17 69 Jr. Varsity Parcells Curt 50 42 142 Currie John 32 21 85 Fmer on, Bill 24 20 68 F1tzpatr1ck,Tom 23 18 64 GIRLS' HASKETB LL VULLEY BALL Standing: ll. llaker, Fl. Seeley, C. Volles, A. Carlton, J. llrenr-hley, J. Kinne, D. Lancett, J. Mc- Queen, J. llolt, I.. Comp- ton. Set-ond Rm:-5 VI. Currie, J. Ile-arflsley, st. lfoley, P. Dnfnt-lil:-5, ff. llerolrl, L. ltliite, J. llakf-r. Kfl!'t'Il'Vlg.' li. .Xungiz-r, X. ll anrlall, D. lloll, 11. James, NI. Tracy, D. llerolrl. 4-0 Standing: D. Devine, M. Henderson, J. Drenchle , li. Iivans, J. Kinne, 1. Carlton, li. Seeley, B. .-Xungier. Svronri lx'u11f,' J. Iisher, D. llaker, S. liztre, Mrs. Williams, 4tiz'isorg I... Compton, A. Foley, C. llerold. Thin! Row: C. Czrlton, l. Briggs, J. lleardsley, Nl. Currie, S. Herlihy, M. Trary, E. Seeley. This year we had two teams-a Junior Varsity and Varsity-made up of girls in the tenth, eleventh, and twelfth rades. We had ames with Margins, Onondaga Central, Marcellus, Jamesville, Fabius, and Lafayette. ilthough we did not win all the games, we had a good time and enjoyed this very much. On the J.V. team were Alice Carlton, Anne Foley, Pe y Currie, Anne Staiger, Barbara Baker, Barbara Seeley, Marian Henderson, Carolyn Hemi? Shirley Hare, Mary Tracy, and Dolores Devine. On the Varsity team were Betty Aun ier, Janet Usher, Jane Ilrenchley, Leona Compton, Betty Seeley, Ruth Evans, Janet Beartfsley, Sharon Herlihy, Carol Carlton, Edith Seeley, Janet Kinne, and Irene Briggs. This year we had volleyball teams which played against other schools. Twenty-five girls from the ninth, tenth, eleventh, and twelfth grades participated in these games. Everyone seemed to enjoy this very much and perhaps next year we will have better luck and hit the win column. On the J.V. team were Phyllis Brenchley, Dolores Lancett, Janet Mctjueen, Mary Tracy, Alice Randall, Eileen Aungier, Marian James, Carolyn Volles, Dorothea Herold, Dolores l-Ioll, Joyce Bolt, Loretta White, and Joan Baker. On the Varsity squad were Jane Drenchley, Janet Deardsley, Carolyn llerold, Edith Seeley, Janet Kinne, Leona Compton, Barbara Seeley, Alice Carlton, Anne Staiger, Peggy Currie, Anne Foley, and Barbara Baker. . "Q HU L3 fa al' m .4 QFBZWM ll Ill. I Ill!!! ' l nw: I HE ,radii 'V 5. nv' .,..--':,.:"..., 327s-::.'J-' -n-u an--1 svggfgn- 3 'Q I --I lllll 'IHI L3 ik E! Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs George C. Wortley Richard Williams Willard Seymour Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Estey Mr. Frank Balzano Mr. and Mrs. William Long Mr. and Mrs. James P. Monaghan Mr. Loren Hymes Mr. and Mrs. William Beardsley Mr. and Mrs. William Kearns Miss Marriette Rindge Thomas Knowlton William Murphy Ralph Wheeler Mr. and Mrs. Frank Page Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Wildman Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gardner Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Green Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Spesiale Mrs. Grace Baldwin Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Phelps Mr and Mrs R. G. Herold Mr. and Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mitten Marcus Richards Emmett Penoyer George Nickerson Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bailey Albert Walhurger John Buzard Emory Kehrer BUU5 TEHS Mr. and Mrs. Otis Fisher Mr. and Mrs. George Chapman Mr. and Mrs. Harry Palmer King's Royal Acres Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs Mr. and Mrs. Casper Shetler Henry J. Spencer Alfred Green Harold Drumm John Kobas Mrs. Emma Stevens A. sg A. 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