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Page 98 text:
FRONT ROW: tlett to right? Kjellgren, Ashbrook, Walker, Winslow, Ahrendt,
BACK HOW: Nicholson, Brassert, Post, Peterson, Iones, Weber, Mell.
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During the spring term great care is taken in the selection of twelve members of the junior
class to serve as prefects in the Athenaeum and Cutler Hall. These boys are chosen for scholastic
ability, participation in extracurricular activities, and for their talents in cooperation. The prefects,
who are equally divided between the two underclass dorms, have been a great asset to the school
and very helpful to masters as a result of their mature supervision in the management of the dor-
mitories. These "junior faculty members" have given competent advice and assistance to younger
boys in the new and different life of the Academy. The prefects of 1948-49 have justified every
faith placed in them by energetically and efficiently discharging their many duties.
Page 97 text:
FRONT ROW: tlett to right! Nicholson, Peterson, Post, Ahrendt, Mell.
BACK ROW: R. Little, Kaplan, MacBride, Garfield, Phillips, Thornton.
The purpose of the School Council is to act as a liaison between the faculty and the student
body in such a way that by effective cooperation improvements in school morale and operation
may be made. Each class in the school is represented on the Council with five of the eleven boys
elected by the senior class. This year's Council under the leadership of Alex Post, president, and
Doug Ahrendt, secretary, has sponsored three Council dances, taken the responsibility for opera-
tion of the new Cutler playroom and presented many student ideas in the form of recommenda-
tions to the faculty. The most successful achievement of the group this year, however, was the
very effective execution of the big brother system on registration day. Every member of the 48-49
School Council has displayed his qualities of leadership by guiding the student body to a year
memorable both in school spirit and accomplishment.
Page 99 text:
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FRONT ROW: tlelt to right? Hand, Miner, Detjens, Hills, Walker, Stanson, Cameron, Mell. Lillich, Herbert, Hill, I. Pierce.
SECOND ROW: Hall, T. Taylor, Van Natta, Fall, I. Bonebrake, Brassert, W. Taylor, DeVere, Kelly, Stephens, Ferguson.
THIRD ROW: Meytarth, Kinsey, Murphy, Weber, Iones, Peterson, Swanston. Oppman, Wheeler.
BACK ROW: K. Limbach, Wood, A. Myers, Iacobson, Rainey. G. Limbach.
Made up of about forty members who are chosen at auditions by the director, Mr. Clewell,
the Glee Club acts as a Chapel and Vesper choir besides giving several concerts during the year.
The group in its semi-weekly meetings prepares special numbers for Vesper services and its con-
cert appearances. Included in the itinerary each year is a Christmas program, joint performances
with Laurel School and the choirs of St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Akron. It also takes a leading
part in the annual May festival given by the Academy Music Department. This past year the Glee
Club has shown excellent musicianship and has been greatly aided by the officers and by the
heads of the repertory and planning committees. Training in this activity provides assistance in
sight reading and voice development to all boys who aspire to be singers.
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