Western Reserve Academy - Hardscrabble Yearbook (Hudson, OH)

 - Class of 1946

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Ra . UkU ...SERVE RI-2QQ.l3.Q Ten Underclassmen, Five Seniors Fail to Return As we look over the list of newcomers and returning Reservites, we fail to find the names of 15 of our old friends. Although the following seniors lacked the required credits for graduation, two were accepted in college, two joined the armed services and the fifth transferred to another secondary academy. Haze Arnold entered Kenyon College, Charles Blakney enrolled in Williams, Ron- nie Cameron joined the Marines and Wayne Young enlisted in the U. S. Navy. Eric Heckett has transferred to Hill School. Among the underclassnien Bob Bender now goes to U. S., Phil Norris is enrolled at Staunton Military Academy and Bill Pierson enters Central High in Akron. Tom Swiler goes to Shaker High. Calvin Beal, president of the sophomore ll New Students Enrolleclf Reserve Celebrates 20th Anniversary as Boys' Preparatory School fi kms Qzlg. x K,-L class, is enrolled in Choate School. James N 2 Dratfan goes to Hun School in Princeton, N. J. Sam Gaylord returned to Hudson K High. Charles Grant and Gordon Schultz chose to go to Kiski in Pennsylvania and T' N Harding High in Warren, O., respectively. 05136 'R' Club Plans Entertainment Sf- -,EQ ff After Siam Club Rituals K J '-Z ff . -4 - -X i Saturday Night of One club that receives very little hub- Ufvfof? HHS 'BEEM lockffvg F?'RW0RD licity, with the exception of the first meet- 76 UW-S HCL S UHHERU , ing of the year, is the Siam Club. To this organizational meeting the entire student body is invited. For the remainder of the year the Siam Club members hold their numerous sessions in secret. Neither the Record nor the Senior Annual is permitted to publish the procedures of this organiza- tion. The senior members of the club, chosen at the beginning of last year, will don the formal costumes of the Siamese for the selection and initiation of the new mem- bers. Dean Mickel, given the title of High Potentate by the Kralahome of the Siamese government, will preside over the meeting. The music for the ceremony will sound strange and weird, but it is in accordance with old Siamese customs. Before the Siam Club meeting there will be a steak roast by the water tower at the rear of the Athenaeum. The "R" Club has planned an entertaining program at the close of the selection of Green and White members. After the "R" Club program "Laura," starring Gene Tierney and Dana Andrews, will be shown. Just 20 years ago this fall Western Re- serve Academy dropped the coeducational system of teaching to become strictly a boys' college preparatory school. This year 71 boys will enter to bring the total enroll- ment to 212. It is strange to report the fact that there are no freshmen coming from Cleve- land, O., this year. Ten of the first-year men come from Akron. They are John Anderson, Bill Fuller, Theodor Herwig, Tom Lewis, Don Mell, Walter Miner, Albert Myers, Alex Post, John Rechsteiner and Howard Walker. From Chagrin Falls come two boys, Rollin DeVere and Robert Peter- son. Bill Sharp, Jack Timmis, Dan Win- gard and Ed Winslow make up the delega- tion from Cuyahoga Falls. Two boys claim Gates Mills as their home. They are George Williams and Tom Woods. The four from Hudson are John Murphy, Doug Read, Tom Swanston and Carlton Weiden- thal. Joe Weber comes from Barbertong John Rossfeld from Limag David Simmon, Londong Bill Taylor, Painesvilleg Sonny Jones, Toledog Edward Dewey, Willoughbyg and John Burgeson, Youngstown. Three freshmen come from places located outside the state. They are Walter Brassert from Bloomneld, Ind., Leland Johnson and Roger Marshall from New York, N. Y. John Nicholson comes from Johannesburg, South Africa. There is a very large group of new sophomores this year-21 altogether. As there are no freshmen coming from Cleve- land there are no new sophomores coming from Akron. There are also two sets of twins in the second-year group, John and Richard Kaufman from Cleveland and Charles and Frank Cory from Lima. The rest of the boys from Cleveland are John Bukovnik, Frank Gibson, Jim James, Alan Krause, Sheldon Rench, Wi-lbur Smith, Rob- ert Snyder and Laurence Stifel. Paul Ho- bart comes from Chippewa Lake, Jack Tanner, Daytong Denny Brown, Hudsong Richard Daily, Irag Robert Bronfen, Lima, Larry Siddall, Oberlin, and Carl Gebhardt, wontinuod on Page 4, Column 33

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