East High School - Orient Yearbook (Rochester, NY)
- Class of 1925
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.fzoeet he thy memory, High School of oarfj
Fair he thy destiny, fadeleff thy flozoerJ,'
Heartf that have loved and have zvon in ltfelr fight,
Names that we honor thy .rtandard hold hrtght.
Oar Alma Mateff dear, to thee we Jing.
May all thy fatare yeafcr new honorf hrintgg
May frtendf thy hannem raife, thy foef :grow leffg
All love and pratxe to our old E. H. S.
PRINCIPAL ALBERT H. WILCOX
OF HIS UNFAILING LOYALTY,
HIS PERSONAL INTEREST
INTIMATE TOUCH WITH EACH MEMBER
OF THE CLASS,
AND HIS HELPFUL GUIDANCE
WE THE CLASS OF JANUARY 192.5
DEDICATE THIS BOOK.
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A TRUE RECORD OF THE EVENTS
AND ACTIVITIES OF EAST HIGH
SCHOOL DURING OUR SENIOR FINAL
YEAR, AND A REMINDER IN FUTURE
YEARS OF OUR SOJOURN THERE,
WE HOPE THIS BOOK MAY BE.
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'a The Prologue
V ln 1911 as freshmen green
The Class of january, '15
Rang up the curtain on its high school life
i X- Within the Chiclet Factory's tow'ring walls
. Where rustling page, and whispers low, subdued,
, Scarce broke the quiet of the stately halls
Which six brief months before had rendered back
The echoes of a thund'ring industry.
e 'Twas there our drama had its source unique.
J There, there we worked and played, sorrowed, rejoiced,
l Lived, moved, and had our being. Week on week
, Slid by until we found ourselves advanced
To sophomores. The class was organized
s And class-pins then appeared. The girls, alone,
A party sponsored on All-Hallows' Eve
l'! When ghosts and warlocks flit the misty night
Wi And jostle in the murky air. Short months
Flew by on roseate wings, and with the dawn
. Of I9l3 came junior year,
-1 Renowned alike for scholarship and, too,
lx , Achievements great, whose shining, glorious like
None saw before, nor e'er will see again
. Fond memory! the happy, carefree days
' 'N When January 'IS as host
. Presided at Tut-Tut and Cafr Meow
5 What joy was ours when dim-lit corridors
2 Rang to the shouts of youths and maidens blithe
W, While teachers stern and sage smiled cynic'ly
, And Melancholv veiled his fleshless face
, Gathered his clammy cerements, and fled
5 - As flies a wraith of mist before the sun!
, . Our senior term! Olympian goddess, sing
. The achievements of that time when from th mass
5 Arose the scholars, poets, statesmen, seers
. The Thespians and literary minds
' Musicians artists all that serve to raise
, Mankind above the level of the beast
5 To rise in exaltation to the stars!
: ff Recall the Bowery Blow-out, pleasure's feast
I ! When old East High School's prosy face was 1
R, By coiling vines and cool wisteria!
' , Who can forget exciting moments when
1 Dicmtar held full sway, and from the stage
u . We made our hearers marvel at our art!
1 ,, And then it came-our senior final term
l -' But stay! here follow pages richly stored
X f" , ' With records of that time, complete, detailed
K .ll The curtain lifts, The Prologue's done, read on!
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GERTRUDE A. SHEEHAN HAROLD E. COWLES
THE Class ofjanuary, 1915, has been most fortunate in having Miss Sheehan
and Mr. Cowles as advisors. Miss Sheehan has been our intimate associate
since our freshman days in the Chiclet factory.
Mr. Cowles took Mr. Studley's place as advisor to the boys in the sopho-
1I1OI'C YCHI' .
To these two teachers, true friends and real companions, the Class of
January, 1915, expresses its sincere appreciation.
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Mr. Eddy became acting principal upon the
departure of Mr. Wilcox for Europe. He
proved an able successor in every vvay, and he
has been truly missed this term.
Mr. Partridge was principal ofthe Goodman
Street Annex when the Class ofjanuary 191.5
entered-the first class to tread the halls of
the Chiclet Factory.
He was a close friend in those far-off days,
and the mutual interest has remained to the
Mr. Studley became the boys' home-room
teacher and advisor when the class moved to
the main building for the freshman final term.
It was he who directed the first organization
of the class, and though we have not seen
much of him of late, the class still remembers
him and feels his influence.
GEORGE E. EDDY
EARL A . PARTRIDGE
GEORGE H . STUDLEY
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WARD CARPENTER RUTH HAINES
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Former Class Oflicers
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CAR MEN OG DEN
. PAULINE KENT
Representatives to the Executive Council
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EDWARD RYSEWYK .
XCAHAN A13KAR1AN .
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CARMEN OGDEN .
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. Atlaletief Committee
and Literary Committee
. Athietief Committee
Mrisic and Literary Committee
Senior Day Committee
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VAHAN MARSH ABKARIAN
Lockport, N. Y.
Fmt, of 3 eanwe, ee mean of ingenuity,
afperfevemnee, of eject.-foe Editor.
Social Committee Cz-3-4Dg Agora C1-3-41 Treasurer
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Executive Council C415 Cast Senior Farce C4Dg
Management Senior Play C4Dg Editor-in-Chief of
janua C415 Senior Day Committee C41
New York State Nautical School
BEATRICE E. ALLAUN 1996 East Avenue
One of unnyuezl claemzeter and exceeding
wiyeiefn in all tbingf fannzeenj porfeningg
true friendfbip and contentment.
Social Committee Cali Supgly Store Cz-32 Supply
Store Pin C125 Dancing ommittee C4Dg Senior
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ESTHER A. ANDERSON 54 Colby Street
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No. 7.3 Undecided
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QIULIAN AREsTY 1 II Kelly Street
The hurinesr man with the idea, the
courage, and the future.
Home Room Basketball CL-3'4DQ Class Basketball
QL-3-4Dg Home Room Baseball C11 Class Baseball
C1-Qg Home Room Chairman CBDQ Advertising
Mana er janaa C42 Publicity Manager Senior
W. H. S. Albany Law School
BERT BACKUS Jefferson Avenue
An energetic youth, hat horribly arhameel
of if. We wander why?
Senior Farce Cast C42 Senior Play Cast C42 Senior
Day Committee C41
No. II Yale
RUTH LILLIAN BAUER
196 Hazelwood Terrace
Neat, artiftic, Jzoeet, not fiftie, ir Rath.
Glee Club C1-Llg Special Chorus Cl-lpg Home Room
Committee C12 Class Color Committee C415
Waitress June '14 Banquet C455 Art Editor Janna
No. II Rochester Business Institute
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MORELL D. BECKWITH 90 McKinster St.
Meiz, eoen when alone, lighten their
lezoorr ly Jong, laozoeoer rude it may be
Orchestra Q1-1-314 Band C1-7.-3-43.
No. II Undecided
ELI B1zNsKY 188 Joseph Avenue
A inoderr gentleman with el real senre
of bninor, nnol the ability to play
Reserve Basketball CLD5 Home Room Soccer C115
Class Basketball Czjg Home Room Basketball C12
Home Room Chairman Cz-QQ Reserve Baseball
Team C3DQ Sport Editor fonna Q42 Assistant Busi-
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mittee Q4Dg Basketball C3-41
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ISADORE G. BERGER IO Grant Street
lflfbo if one of one .rziceerrfnl young
Home Room Soccer Cz-Q5 Home Room Baseball
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of Numeralsg Class Basketball CQ5 Chairman Home
Room Committee C41 Business Manager Senior
Play C4DQ Advertising Board Janna C41
W. H. S. University of Rochester
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Jl class Track Meet Q32 Bronze Gym Award Q7.2
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' Book Exchange Q42 Senior Banquet Committee
' Q42 Glec Club '
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ABRAM R. BOONE IS Wendell Street 555
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EMANUEL BROWN 118 Avenue E ' -
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Home Room Soccer CL-335 Home Room Baseball ff
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Szveet, gentle, and conjidingj in fem' ez
No. I4 Mechanics Institute
HARRIET BYER 315 Conkey Avenue
Obmwe ber, the talented bzerinefx
Zl'077ZLZ7Z of tlae future!
Caney Creek Club QQ. Banking Clerk
W. H. S. Rochester Normal School
HELEN M. CAMERON 56 Chestnut Street
One of zmzuzml charm and
No. I4 Undecided
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,lf of Baseball Q D5 Publications Committee Executive ,fl '
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1 Q4Dg Master of Ceremonies Senior Day Q4Dg Busi-
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H President Q41 President the Students' Association 11
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A peaceable lael elerpite all the
Home Room Basketball Cz.-3-41 Class Basketball i I'
C3-454 Home Room Baseball C3-415 Tennis Tourna- '
ment Cgjg Band Ci.-3-454 Senior Farce Cast C41 5'
Senior Day Committee Q41 Wearer of Numerals.
No. I4 University of Pittsburgh 1 lf
THELMA CoHN 19 Oregon Street '
50 plearing ana' Ja enercgetif.
No. II Undecided l
HELEN Lois CONRAD 1 V
518 Monroe Avenue I
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Senior Farce Q42 Senior Play C42 Class Gift ll
Committee Q41 Class Secretary Q31 Home Room '
Committee C3-45. 1 '
No. I5 Undecided
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One delightful to beheld and to
Credit Manager Clarion Cl-3-4DQ Vice-President,
Caney Creek Club C41 Clarion Pin C42 Chief
Typist femme C455 Clarion Certificate C1-4Dg Usher
W.J.H.S Rochester Business Institute
54 Cumberland Street
Billieu art if an the ga.
Home Room Committee Q1-355 Social Committee
Cr-355 Senior Play Cast C42 Music Committee
No. 1 1 Vassar
Perrin Street, lrondequoit
The fezrmerr are the fazmelerx of eiulliqeztian.
Agora Cv.-3-4Dg Boule C455 Cast Senior Farce Q42
Stage Manager Senior Play C455 Clarion A ent Q42
Clarion Pin C42 Business Board Clezriwz
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No. 33 Antioch
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Q No. 18 Homeopathic Hospital I
C71 . I
BERT R. DAVIDSON I3 Helena Street
One of no mean powem and posfibilitiey. 3 .
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W. J. H. s. Cornell f 3
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"le RAY I. DIAMOND 61 Alliance Avenue
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I Mana er C42 Senior Farce C353 Head Usher Senior ' ,f
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No. IO Syracuse University f l
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RUTH FAGAN IO Rowley Street
Haw far that little candle tlarawf itf T -
Chairman Home Room Committee C1-2.Dg Social
Committee CIDQ Member Class Basketball Team
CLQQ Waitress June '14 Banquet C415 Usher Senior
Farce C D5 Cast Senior Play C4D5 Humor Editor
No. I5 University of Rochester
47. Richmond Street
Adept at everything Jloe trier, and
willing to try anything.
Orchestra Cl-3-45g Social Committee Orchestra
C415 Wearer of Silver Orchestra Ping Agora C1-3-455
Boule C-4Dg Chairman Candy Sale Committee
Agora gk President Agora C415 Waitress June
'14 Banquet C42 Usher Senior Farce C42 Editor
Senior Section janua C425 Second Prize Agora
Competitive Examination C41
No. I4 University of Rochester
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IESSIE FAUMAN 45 Woodlawn Street
She charmr you with her golden hair,
Ami then, hehold, .rhe doer not care.
Underwood Typewriting Medal QD, Clarion
Typist QQ, Clarion Pin
W.J. H. S. Undecided
ANITA M. FOWLER 37.7 Garson Avenue
Short and sweet.
Cast Xeoentem QQ, Cast Senior Play QQ, Waitress
June '14 Banquet QQ, Senior Day Committee
No. 33 University of Rochester
471 South Goodman Street
Oh, Oh, Charlie, my boy!
Cast Senior Farce C42 Business Board Senior Play
C455 Bank Clerk QQ, Clarion Board C41 jmzzm
No. IS University of Rochester
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M 318 Sherwood Avenue gi , 1 5
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,s CARL GERHARD 2.185 East Main Street '
Mefz af few uwrdr are the bert men.
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No. 7.8 Undecided Q
cl ' RUTH L. GEYER 7.7 Alexis Street ff
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' ' A .rweef penonallty, too well rancmlerl.
- Interclass Track Meet CLD. 2
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RALPH GIBAUD 7.15 Edgerton Street
Dirtinetb cool enzdfriendlafgand we do
need el bezndrome villain.
Circulation Manager femme C41 Home Room Com-
mittee CI-LDQ Business Staff Senior Play
No. 7.3 Cornell
CELIA GOLDMAN 365 Joseph-Aveniig,
fllelezimfy laely of e177 ezttrezcfive
Waitress june '14 Banquet C42 Caney Creek Club
C3-455 Home Room Committee C11 Class Basket-
ball C154 Class Baseball 743
BEATRICE GOLDMAN 363 Andrews Street
Ar one 1z'o1zlfl .rem of ez1qytl1i1zKg rlerllfzg,
HG7!d1'LZ71f66Ll for L1 lifetime. "
Home Room Committee 11.1.
No. IO Rochester Business lnstitutc,
12.4 Kislingbury Street
Little, but ab, my!
East Hi h Bank Q31 Senior Play Q4Dg Art Editor
W. J. H. S. Undecided
SQPHIA GREPFRATH I7 Regent Street
One zfefjy pretty, and of 41124122123
Chairman Social Committee Qilg Gym Demonstra-
tion Q11 Class Basketball Team Q1-45g Track
Meet Q1.-41 Baseball Q3-415 Wearer of Numeralsg
Wearer of Basketball Ping Bronze Gym Pin Q3-41g
Manager Girls' Basketball Team Q4Dg Riding
Club C355 Glee Club Q42 Home Room Committee
No. 7.3 Rochester Normal School
XVILLIAM GRINEFF, JR.
43 Merrimac Street
Azz ambifjnzu man fnmkwf for fzzccem.
W. J. H. S. University of Rochester
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X lx C Evelyn baeeftr nnnfneel aceomplishfnentr.
xx 2 ' lnterclass Track Meet Cz.-3-41 Baseball C1.Dg
'T ' ew! Swimming C4DQ Field Hockey C41
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4. 5 RAYMOND N. GUPP 43 Rhine Street
If anything to been feefn ill,
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XV. H. S. Vfestern Reserve University
" ROBERT A. HAMILTON
1 II Douglas Road
f I A 77206116172 Meek in nbeyeznce.
l ,C Senior Farce Cast C4bQ Senior Play Cast C429 Senior
Day Committee C41
NO. IS Cornell
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RUTH E. HAINES 57 Edmond Street'
Izzfrigzzjlzg as 4 gfirtening pam! Jmfterm'
with zmtw' ljlief.
Social Committee C155 Girls' Track Meet President,
Girls' Section C7.5g Vice-President C3-45g Head
Usher Senior Farce C454 Cast Senior Play C45g Class
Gift Committee C45.
No. 15 University of Rochester
SPENCER HARVEY 3 Rundel Park
5flIEf'l'6 ann' ezzergetjtj ll gzzawzzzfee of
No. 7.3 Undecided
JOHN HENRY 17.9 Parkside Avenue
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Home Room Baseball C155 Home Room Soccer
C15g Social Committee C354 Assistant Sta. e
Manager C455 Class Play C455 Gift Committee C55
Candy Sale C45j fmzzm Board C455 Ski Club
No. II University of Rochester
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JOSEPH HERTZBERG 306 Clay Avenue
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Freshman Soccerg Home Room Soccer CL-zjg
Home Room Basketball C1-QQ Senior Farce.
No. 7.3 Undecided
JANE HURLBURT 4 Greig Street
.Tweet and Zombie, and LI iwjf mllnimble
Social Committee QL-3-.Qg Senior Play Q42 Senior
Day Committee C41 fauna Board C41 Waitress
june 'L4 Banquet
H. S. Undecided
JACK Hunvrrz 9 Henry Street
A fmnz of .i'l'wmlfd.i'l' cfmmcfer, mm'
Home Room Baseball Q24 Home Room Basketball
C3DQ Tennis Tournainenr ftijg Boys' Glee Club Q41
Advertising Manager Senior Plziyg Remington
NV. H. S. Undecided
VERA ISAACS 7.10 Dartmouth Street
Bezvitcbing nx n dark, .rilent night by
ll dnqzling fountain
Clarion Business Stz1fl'C3-4Dg Clarion Pin C41 Execu-
tive Council C41 Caney Creek Club Cglg Secretary
Caney Creek Club C4DQ Secretary Students Associa-
tion C4Dg Class Day Colors Committee C4Dg fauna
Board C41 Constitution Committee C414 Costume
No. 1.3 Simmons
18 Iroquois Street
Hfba mar Ina quiet for IIJ' ta know
Of tlve zvomierfnl cgifrf Jbe had to thaw.
Home Room Committee Czjg Gym Demonstration
Czlg Glee Club C31 Costume Committee
No. I1 Mechrlnics Institute
ESTHER E. JOEL 551 Clinton Avenue N.
A goof! Jporl and nn nnlmimble girl.
jmzmz Agent C41 Remington Award C41
W. H. S. Dental Dispensztry
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tlvan one who it a big echo.
W. H. S. Undecided ,Vj
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QA KASMIR K. KARPINSKI 56 Dayton Street 1 d
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Band Cz-3-41 'f'
W. H. S. Undecided
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GEORGE E. Kfxss 703 Joseph Avenue , l
Hflw am'aet.f feminine fancy ana'
Home Room Basketball Cz-Q4 Home Room Base-
ball QL-355 Home Room Soccer Cz-Q4 Reserve Base-
ball C3-.Qg Social Committee Cz.-Qg Class Play
W. H. S. University of Michigan
BLANCHE A. KAUFMAN 7.3 Buchan Park
HQ Wlio if talented, liUEbf, and altogether
-N Chairman Home Room Committee C155 Magazine
L Editor Clarion C41 janna Board
gl W. J. H. S. Undecided
'V SOPHIA KAUPMAN 18 Oregon Street
X An orator of no mean nate:
1' A rage of no renal! wirdom.
i' Class Pin Committee C1Dg Secretary CLDQ Under-
wood Awardg Senior Day Committee C41 Senior
i Play C41 Chairman of "House Warming" Com-
No. IO Undecided
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601 Hazelwood Terrace
To be, or not tu beg that if the question.
Band C7.-3-42 Orchestra C3-45g Inter-Hi h Orches-
tra C3-453 Rochesterjunior Orchestra
NO. II Undecided
L. RUTH KOHLER 58 Broadway
Om' feminine Szcinrtbout.
Winner of Girls' Individual Track Trophy Cu g
Girls' Basketball Team C1-1.-3-41g Captain C1-54
Inter-class Track Meet CL-3-45g Class Baseball
C3-41g Riding Class C3-41 Tennis Tournament C41
Field Hockey C455 Golf C435 Swimming C41
Posse Normal School of Gymnastics
FREDERICK JAMES KowALsK1
34 Radio Street
President Band Czlglg President Orchestra C3-41
Junior Philharmonic Orchestra
W. H. S. Undecided
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HELEN L. KRESS 7.3 Helena Street
.Ycbolarbf in human wisdom.
Caney Creek Club
W. H. S. City Normal School
' 88 Woodlawn Street
A fluent lingzzift, and 4 cfzptimrifzg
W, H. S. Uuclecicled
GEORGE LAMONT 111 Lzmsrlale Street
Geoflge, the dwg-ffore razvbqv.
Home Room Baseball
Hemlock, New York Cornell
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JOSEPH LEVINE 53 Cleveland Street lt
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ai The philofopher of all time who .vo
A hletrfetr our heggorbf afxemhlage. A
5' Exchange Editor Clarion
gl W. H. S. University of Rochester iii
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"3 ELSIE LISSER 67. Hooker Street 1 N -
+2 UELLIEH Jw
5 Who if az fweer and mognanimozzx li
' 3 dixporition. 'l 4
F! Home Room Committee C115 Caney Creek Club .
C414 Senior Day Committee C41 3 4
W.J. H. S. University of Rochester j
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BERTHA LOESER 7.47 Clifford Avenue i ky l 5
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A girl among lgirlf. A ,rpart among fporfy. ' ,LZ ' 7 '
"Do it or die" if ber motto. ,S ,W ,I f
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Swimmin C7.-3-4jg Baseball C3-455 Class Basket- , ll' V' C 5
ball C3-ASQ Gym Pin Awardg Waitress Senior ' milf f ' if A
Banquet C455 Tennis Tournament C3-4Dg Track 'Q X!
Meet C7.- lg Wearer Numeralsg Senior Day Com- 3 7
mittee C435 Vice-President Caney Creek Club C4D. l','V 1 Q
No. 7.0 vi, , l
Boston School of Physical Education X J
fi DAURICE LONGLEY 53 Locust Street P
Her bfrlllfjf liver with kiminefx. 4'
Glee Club C7.-3-42 Senior Day Committee C41 '
No. 8 Undecided ,VE
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V RUTH CRADDOCK MARCOTT
67. Allendale Avenue T
5' "RUTH" X
l Her bllllbfd' are modefgf, not qzzietneu. X C
ii Q Home Room Committee C315 Glee Club C32 Bank EL X
Teller C325 Bank Clerk 1 L
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EARI. MASLYN 17.5 Rosemary Drive
A grozwz-up mfm, but nor above boyish
Remington Award C3DQ Home Room Basketball
C3-41 Home Room Baseball C3-41.
XV. H. S. Mechanics Institute
136 L2ll7L1I'I1I.1lT1 Crescent
Om' gifted in the ur! of mpiizfating as
well ar calmlutinxg.
Remington Award CBDQ Underwood Award C31
Literary Club C42 Waitress, june '14 Banquet C415
Clariun Stz1fff4Dg Senior Day Committee
W. H. S. University of Rochester
ERMA METCAI.IT 7.96 Pzirsells Avenue
A .rkillefl athlete dm! pofrermr of botlw
Class Basketball Q3-.QQ School Basketball Q3-41g
Home Room Committee
Carthage, New York
Posse-Nisson Gym School
AIMEE AUGUSTA EYE
487. llmer th Street
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Her eyes vera ie A df :the deptbf af
41 'tex J ill' ebieven.
Remington A r Q 5 Special Chorus Q11 Gym
Pin Award QL-3 . l
No. 14 'N Mechanics Institute
CARL MEYER 47 Pearl Street
He never fkippeel 4 period.
Cast, Senior Play
No. 15 Undecided
RUTH K. MEYER 417. Meigs Street
A mfg for worry, ll ig for care,
Why barber me with mere thin air?
Banquet Committee C4DQ-1471101 Agent Q41
No. IS Homeopathic Hospital
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KATHRYN F. MILLER
' 3o6 Garson Avenue
I love tranquil Jolttztde
And mth Jociety
AJ if quiet, wire and good.
Home Room Committee C129 Social Committee
CBDQ Cast, The Dittator C41 Cast, Au American
Citizen C4Dg Senior Day Costume Committee C4Dg
Waitress, june ,L4 Banquet C415 Caney Creek Club
C41 Clarion Staff C41
No. 33 School University of Rochester
JENNIE lVIINow1Tz 95 Herman Street
What sweet delight a quiet life ezjjroreiy.
Glee Club C355 Social Committee
W. H. S. Darrow Business School
Momus Moss 196 Chatliam Street
A little chap with ez great tied! to him,
Jamestown, New York
University of Rochester
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THEODORE NELVLIARK 7.55 Baden Street V f i V
"TEDDY" gg 1
One among thaummif, 1
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One of the czplverr. 1 '
W. J. H. S. University of Rochester ' '
CARMEN OGDEN 165 Harvard Street E
She Jmiled 071 many jzzrz' for fzm, . 1:
Bm' zvifb that mzile the work um dmc. 5-
Presidenr CI'LbQ Chairimm Home Room Commit- -
tee C1-zlg Chairman Social Committee C3-454 4
Senior Farce C42 Associate Editor fmzzm C4DQ 3
Chairman Senior Day Committee C454 Caney Creek
Club C42 Dancing Committee C41 Waitress June A
'14 Banquet C41 Wi
No. 7.3 University of Rochester 45
RUTH OIlNS'fEIN 2.1 Cole Street vi'
Who 21' it mn read Lf zrommz?
W. H. S. Undecided
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N. ALICE OSCOLA 97. Herman Street
Charming in effect and difpofition.
W. H. S. Darrow School of Business
RUTH MAUDE PALEY A
7.75 Rosedale Street
She may be large but the bm ez loving
W. J. H. S. Normal School
Rosa V. PEKARovsKY I9 Dejonge Street
A good friend, gNZ67'0ll.f and willing.
W. H. S. Undecided
SYDNEY PAKOWSKY 46 Belmont Street
The girls think .firing if iz :leafy
He dau too, danfyou fear.
Class Basketball Ca-334 Class Baseball Ca-35,
Tennis Tournament C3-4D.
W. J. H. S. University of Syracuse
HELEN M. PFLUKE 51 Hinsdale Street
If Jbe will, .rbe will,-
If .rlae w0n't, .rbe w0n't.
Supply Store C3-4Dg Caney Creek Club C41 Activ-
ities Editor fanmz C41 Clarion Agent
No. I5 Undecided
FRANCIS PONTICELLO 52. Council Street
Bolil had mam.
Home Room Basketball CQ.-315 Home Room Base-
ball C1.-Qg Class Track CQ.
W. J. H. s. Columbia
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, 'SHERMAN PooLEY 19 Prohert Street 'A
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is CHARLES POPELL I5 Leopold Street l
if Give me my mimic am! I care not zvlmt
j elre I get.
Home Room Soccer Team Q11 Home Room Bas- Hx
'7 ketball Q12 Band il'
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HANNAH REERS 408 Hudson Avenue j
They call ber ''Hard-Z1m1'tczZHmzmzfvf'
but we zmmle'1'f lx
Gym Pin AwardC7.DgC1111eyCreel4 Club C41 Guard-
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LUCILLE EARNus'i'iN1a REUSCHLE
loo Arbutus Street
A cowpetclzr ftzzdem' mm' az delightful
Gym Pin Award Q31 1
No. 7.5 Normal School '
HOWARD RICHARDSON 51 Broadvvzly
Howie .fy nz perzzliar lad
The rhyme we uvnfzld write wozzlz! be veijy
Cast, The Dictator C455 Cast, Azz Amerimaz Citiqm
C4DQ Senior Day Committee
No. IS School Undecided 1
FLORENCE G. RILEY 4
iioo Atkinson Street
To AZ ,young bear! eL'e1j'tl2Z1zg Lv fzm. '
No. ii School City Normal School
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Greenavvay Road, Brighton
Step out muh, thou utt Jnoogiug.
Home Room Soccer CI-2.55 Underwood Award C32
Ski Club C3-4Dg Supply Store C42 Cast, Au Amerimu
Brighton NO. 7 School
University of Pennsylvania
G. KENNETH ROBINSON
57. Chapin Street
Keune if u cute little lud,
He'.r ulufuw u-running hir uuto.
And ne'er he'll he huppjv or glful
Without it, e'eu though he ought to.
Orchestra C11 Band Cz-3-4Dg Inter-High Band CBDQ
Wearer of Band Fobg Chairman Home Room Com-
mittee CI'4DS Home Room Bank Clerk C42 Ski
Club C3-42 Candy Sale C42 Senior Day Costume
Committee C42 Publicity Manager juuuu C41
Associate Editor junuu
W. H. S.
University of Southern California
FERDINAND EUGENE ROESER
1486 St. Paul Street
Bruin him with u ludief' fun.
Home Room Basketball Cz-3-455 Senior Farce C42
Home Room Soccer CI-2.Dg Home Room Baseball
Nazareth Hall Academy Harvard
Rosn ANGELA RONCONE
160 Westchester Avenue
A min ix fu good af laer Jmile.
Caney Creek Club
J. H. S. University of Rochester
ANNA LAURA Rosa 376 Harvard Street
Xlzzll we my, "af n midmmmer dm'-
am' ol rare."
Carney Creek Club C3-42 Senior Banquet Commit-
tee C3-41 Treasurer Caney Creek Club C3-415
Senior Day Committee C41
No. 13 School University of Rochester
.MILDRED F. ROSENBERG
314 Wilkins Street
Cm: zvitb that commncy and -good will
.ro blamed in .ftbool life.
Chairman Home Room Committee Cz-31.
W. J. H. s. city Normal
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With a manner too retlmzf far our
Band Czlg Orchestra
W. J. H. S. University of Rochester
SALVATORE Russo 16 Miller Street
Above tlae roof af flume and .rlrz
Raina your hammer and .vmrub it in.
Clarion Staff C3-415 Clarion Pin
W. H. S. University of Rochester
EDWARD RYSEWYK loo Merwin Avenue
Look at Erlrlle-
Tbrzt zramlerful boy.
Executive Council C4Dg Cast, Tlfc Dirtntor C42
fanmz Board C4?Q Electrician, An Amerimn Ciriqm
Q41 President of Ski Club Q41 Skating team C424
Wearer of E.
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BERNARD SCHNEIDER Ill Weld Street
He'J a brick and not ei gold one, either.
Clarion Staff C42 Clarion Pin C41 News Editor
. Ciarimz Q41 Clarion Certificate C41 Associate Editor
farmer C4QQ Home Room Basketball ' G
No. I4 School University of Rochester
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ELSA P. SCHNEIDER 1579 Culver Road
Effie if ez frzze, fried friend, or elfe ez tg
mere izcqzreiinmnee. Tix
Glee Club Q3-41g Special Chorus C3-41. "
No. 13 School '
Eastman School of Music
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JOSEPH SCHREIBER 67. Gorham Street
A wit among dzenrer
A dance among wifi.
Home Room Basketball C1-2.-3-42.
W. J. H. S. Cornell
HELEN SCHWARTZ 897. Joseph Avenue
Her main urpect if eezre
Her desire ta pleezre.
W. I. H. S. City Normal School
MILDRED E. G. SEEMAN
55 Sullivan Street
An interesting and cleveryoung lezebl.
Remington Certificate and Cord Case Czlg Gym
Award C3DQ Tennis Tournament C41 Assistant
Typist femme C455 Caney Creek Club C425 Waitress
June '14 Banquet C41
W. H. S. Eastman School of Music
RUTH L. SHAW 1610 St. Paul Street
Ruthie if ju.rt about ri ight, with more to
Home Room Committee C1Dg Orchestra Q1-3Dg
Glee Club C3-4D5 Invitation Committee C41
No. 8 City Normal School
SAMUEL SHULSKY SI Buchan Park
Three-fifth: of him genius, the rest
Orchestra CL-3-45g Senior Farce C454 Chairman
Publications Committee, Executive Council C42
Clarion Staff C41 Clarion Pin C41 Clarion Certificate
C41 Editor-in-Chief, Clarion C415 Jeweled Clarion
W. J. H. S. University of Rochester
Rosa SILVERSTEIN 1.7 Oregon Street
A violet hy a mossy stone,
Half hielaleu from the eye,
Fair ar a Jtar, when oubf one
If .fhiuiug in the sky.
Savings Bank Clerk C3DQ Glee Club Czlg Senior
Play C414 Golf Club C42 Remington Award C215
No. to Rochester Business Institute
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3 O'Brien Street l
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5 Chairman Home Room Committee C11 Class X i
' Basketball Q1-Q4 Class Baseball Q12 Tennis Tourn-
' ament C41 Caney Creek Club C3-41 President L1
1. Caney Creek Club Q4Dg Historian fmzua C41 -1'
ly' Senior Day Committee C4DQ Waitress, june '14 ll
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W. H. S, University of Rochester
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l,, New York City Williams College
' RHoDA Sruvuxs 31 Forester Street .
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1' No. 15 Eastmam School of Music YK X
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Rosle MARGARET ST1o 506 Bay Street
She rpmkr for herself.
Track Meet C11 Gym Pin Award Cz-Q.
No. 15 Normal School
MORRIS STRASSBURG 74 Hanover Street
Wbazt'r the me of warming,
Lefr take life easy.
Home Room Basketball Cv.-315 Home Room Soccer
Cz.-315 Home Room Baseball Ca-3Dg Sports Editor
Clarion C41 Reserve Basketball Team C42 Class
Numeralsg Clarion Pin C42 Banquet Committee
W. H. S. Albany Lavv School
33o South Goodman Street
Heinie fights lang, and
Heinie jqgbff bard.
Hekr wbafyozfd call az winning cami.
Freshman Soccerg Freshman Basketballg Freshman
Baseballg Freshman Swimmingg Freshman Trackg
Baseball C7.-3-42 Basketball Cz-3-42 Captain
Soccer C41 Captain Basketball C41 Captain Base-
ball C4Dg Senior Farce C455 President of Class Cz-315
Treasurer Glee Club
No. 7.3 Dartmouth
Yozo TAKAGI Ironclequoit
" ,NUFF SAIDH
Nntzm' made one Jncb vnnn and than
H broke the die.
Class Basketball C7.Dg Reserve Baseball Cz.-31
Reserve Soccer C32 Soccer C jg Basketball C3-425
Home Room Basketball C3-43.
Asheville, N. C.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
RUTH TENNY 645 Averill Avenue
Ruth .rnzilef .ro bam' nt no we haven?
the loeorf to .fiom her.
Wearer of Class Numcrals C415 Class Basketball
C414 School Basketball C415 Ski Club C415 Usher
Senior Farce C41 Glee Club C425 Class Secretary
C455 Class Prophet fnnzzo Board C435 Chairman
Senior Day Entertainment Committee C4Dg Basket-
ball Pin Award
American School in Japan
B. CossnTTE TIBBILS 118 Ontario Street
My orozon if called content
A crown if if that Jeldofn kingx enjoy.
No. I4 School Eastman School ofMusic
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Dave if 2nfc1'e.rte:z' and zvjllifzg at
W. H. S. University of Rochester
ETHEL VANALMKERK 1 I4 Berlin Stveet
Let the zv01'hi.ilizZe, and let fbe world ga
A fm' care and for woe.
Special Chorus C7-'Qi Caney Creek Club Q42
Assistant Typist fn1n1aQ.Q.
W. H. S. Undecided
ROGER XVICKERY 16 Rowley Street
Roger never mm! to be teen fllJ'.1'f7llQ in
five lmlfi' flllfjdll .rlwlzlzf .rw liim 11010.
Swiinining Tezun Senior Farce Q41 Assistant
Manager Senior Farce lx4DQ Vice-President Rifle
Clnlv Q415 Manager Swimming Terim Q25 Cast
Senior Play Q41 Clntirinztii Class bift Committee
No. 15 Undecided
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ALFRED VRAGEL 172. Hillsdale Street
A little nememe new and then
If relirheel by the wefeft men+-hut
Al im't all nanfeme hy any meant.
Home Room Basketball C1-2.-Qg Home Room
Soccer Q1-Qg Inter-Class Swimming Team Cz-315
Home Room Committee CEDQ Senior Day Commit-
tee Q15 Caney Creek Club C3-42.
No. 7.8 Mechanics Institute
BERNICE A. XVARREN
84 Richmond Street
Bernie if liked a great eleal heeazefe ,rhe-
Glee Club Cz-y D5 Special Chorus CL-4jg Gym
Demonstration qfpg Gym Awards Cz.-Q.
No. I4 Normal School
LYNN WARREN 196 Rosewood Terrace
Who, we have heard, har quite a way
with the women.
No. I5 School University of Rochester
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Came give me 7701 diplonzfz for I want y
No. Il University of Pennsylvania
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all Ismon VVYEINSTEIN 331 Conkey Avenue f
Life if a .f61"f0l!.i' 7IZdfl't'l' with me but I?
, nobaufv Jcemy to realize if. 5
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What a png' .rhe deem t that up the I fa
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Remington Certificate C114 Bank Clerk C415 Home
Room Chairman C41.
NO. 33 School Undecided li.
ELMORE BURTON WHITE
11 Edmonds Street 5?
Oh, ufe've watched him with the laffer,
And 106,718 watched him in hir flames,
and we think-
Freshman Soccer C119 Freshman Basketball CI1g '
Freshman Swimming C115 Swimming C11g Banquet V.
Committee C115 Cast .Yeventmz C315 Cast Dictator ix
C415 Band C115 Captain Hockey C114 Manager fi
Hockey C31g Hockey C1-3-414 Wearer Numeralsg 1
Wearer Executive Council C115 janua Board
C41g Chairman Home Room Committee C11.
NO. I5 School Dartmouth
ELIZABETH WILLIAMS Pill
388 Monroe Avenue
Nothing great wax ever achieved without
Social Committee CI1g Wearer of Numerals C115
Gym Demonstration C11g Home Room Committee
C114 Wearer ofE.H.S. Monogramg Wearer of
Class Basketball C1-41g School Basketball C3-415
Ski Club C41g Riding Club C31g Track Meet C3-415
Baseball C3-41g Waitress June ,14 Banquet C415
Gym Pin Award C11g Basketball Pin Awardg
Senior Play C41g Senior Day Committee.
No. IS School Vassariffaollgge
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JOSEPH PRESS 185 Field Street
Silence ir golden, bat I am not a
Home Room Basketball QLD5 Advertising Manager
Senior Play C41
W. H. S. Northwestern University
GEORGE A. SMITH 617. East Avenue
I war not born for courts' or great a jffaimj
I pay my olebztr, believe, and Jay my
Home Room Basketball Q3-IQ5 Tennis Tournament
NO. 31 Albany Law School
JOSEPH ZITO 7.1 Baden Street
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A man like a watch if to be oalaeil for
Home Room Basketball Cz.-Q4 Home Room Base-
ball C7--355 Class Track Meet C41 Senior Farce
C42 Senior Play C41
W. H. S. University of Buffalo
ill2jU?'q lU'R NHT 'EFTPEIE' 'lifhalll
HE course of none has been along
so beaten a road that they remem-
ber not fondly some resting-places in
their journeys, some turns of their
path in which lovely prospects broke
in upon them, some soft plats ofgreen
refreshing to their weary feet. Confid-
ing love, generous friendship, disinter-
ested humanity, require no recondite
learning, no high imagination, to en-
able an honest heart to appreciate and
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The horderland, heyond whoye ever .rhiftincg pall of Jnioke
The heady wiyps of pain-enspiralled longingy
, Twixt and gore the tender dreams expofed.
I I ftood and watched the writhingf of thoxe tortured, aimlefs things
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LUCY EISENBERG .
MARTHA HICKOK .
MYRA E. JUDD
ALMA MCMATH .
MRS. MARY L, BROCKWAY
GEORGE S. CARHART
ERNEST R. CLARK
HAROLD E. COWLES
NILES F. BACON
MRS. JESSIE GUINAN EPPINGER
MASON D. GRAY
MRS. MASON D. GRAY
MRS. JANE DEMING DUNHAM
GRANT W. CLELAND
LILLIAN L. CRAI-'I'S
HARRIET A. FRIDAY
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ERNEST R. CLARK
MRS. CLARA A. DUNCAN
MARION L. GREENWOOD
EDNA M. HAGGITH
ELIZABETH E. LEMAY
PAUL A. MCGHEE
MRS. E. G. MCGLACHLIN
MAUDE K. MURPHY
MASON D. GRAY
IRENE E. HESS
IVAN K. POTTER
WARREN B. RODNEY
EVA M. SANFORD
MARIE A. KARP
BLANCHE M. KELLY
LEON C. FRIEL
LOUIS W. HAGEN
MRS. ELIZABETH L. HALL
J. MARGARET HOPEMAN
GEORGIA M. HUNTINGTON
J. ALMUS RUSSELL
GERTRUDE A. SHEEHAN
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MRS. EDITH STONE
ARNOLD B. SWIFT
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HELENE VAN NESS
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MR. ALBERT H. WILCOX ....... Honomfgl Prefitient
WARD CARPENTER . . . Student Prexident
VERA ISAACS . . . Student 36576540
MR. ROY E. DAVEY . . Faculty Treufurer
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MR. ALBERT H. WILCOX MRS. JANE HANNAH ENGLISH
MR. ROY E. DAVEY MR. JAMES H. FOWLE
MR. JOHN A. BAIRD MR. LLOYD R. COLEMAN
MR. WILLIAM C. WOLGAST
SAMUEL SHULSKY, '15 VERA ISAACS, '15
WARD CARPENTER, '15 RICHARD BARKER, '15
DONALD ZOLL, '15 RICHARD COLLAMER, '16
Music uno' Literuzgf Committee
VAHAN ABKARIAN, '15 RONALD ALLEN, '15
HELEN WICAL, '16 JEANETTE BERGER, '16
EDWARD RYSEWYK, '15 DANIEL LONG, '15
ISADORE JOROSLOW, '16 ELIZABETH BRADSTREET, '16
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CONSTANCE ALERECHT . Secretary
ROBERT NVHITING A ,,,. Treafnrer i
XrAHAN ABKARIAN , . Cbairman Social Comnziflee
JEAN MACLEOIU Clvairinan Caniiy .Yale Committee
Senior Reprefentafioef KIIHZZO1' Repzfexentatioof
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MERRIL XVINTER XVILLIAM HAVILL i
NORMAN HORN ,
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GEORGE H. STUDLEY I . ,
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MEYER GOLDSTEIN ,
CHARLES SEUFFERT ,
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Board of Editorf
XTAHAN M. ABKARIAN ...... . Editor-in-Chief
CARMEN OGDEN BERNARD SCHNEIDER
ELI BENSKY .
RUTH FAGAN .
EDITH BUEG . .
RUTH G. SLOTNICK .
RUTH TENNY . .
XVARD CARPENTER .
EDWARD RYSEWYK .
JULIAN ARESTY .
RALPH GIBAUD .
Senior Section Editorf
Art Editory -
. Actioitief Editor
. Sportf Editor
. Humor Editor
. Literary Editor
. . . Poet
ETHEL VAN ALNIKERK ANNE SINGER
. . Bufineu Manager
. Arxiftant Bzixinem Manager
. Adoertixing Manager
. . Publicity Manager
. . . Circulation Manager
SAMUEL SHULSKY DONALD ZOLL
Board of Editory
SAMUEL SHULSKY, '15 .
BERNARD SCHNEIDER, '15
BLANCHE KAUEMAN, '15
DOROTHY EORSTER, '15 .
MORRIS STRASSBURG, '15
ISADORE JOROSLOW, '16
MILDRED MESSINGER, '15
JOHN P. GUTTENBURG, '15
CHESTER LEOPOLD, '16
LENA LEBOVITZ, '15
. . Editor-in-Chief
. Nezof Editor
OSEPH LEVINE, '15
VERA BRADLEY, '15
LEILA EBER, '15
SAUL P. RELIN, '15
R. H. SCHWARTZ, '16
ELIZABETH BRADSTREET, '16
DONALD L. ZOLL, '15 .
RICHARD I. BARKER, '15
LEON STURMAN, '16 .
FREDERIC ZIMMER, '15 .
WILBUR BAKER, '15
ROSE CONTI, '15 .
ALFRED JACOBSON, '15
RICHARD COLLAMER, '16
HERMAN SEUFFERT, '18
. . . Bafineu Manager
Afuriftant Bufineff Manager
. . Adoertifing Manager
. Circulation Manager
. Credit Manager
ARTHUR CLARK, '16
LEON STURMAN, '16
BERT HERSHBERG, '16
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a The Year in Publications
36 UNDER the supervision of Mr. Carhart, The Clarion has enjoyed an unusually
gl, successful season. Although there was at the beginning of the term some
agitation for a return to the smaller, four-column sheet, this term's Clarion
it is not essentially different from that of the last semester in style or composi-
T5, tion. lt cannot but be said that The Clarion has endeavored to present the
if X, facts fearlessly and truthfully to the school at large, and it has succeeded
.25 At the Eastern lnterscholastic Press Association conference at lthaca, The
2 Clarion was awarded second prize. Rumor has it that the Association author-
, E ities refused to award the first prize to the same school four times in succession.
The Senior Annuals, the twice yearly publications of the ranking Senior
N If Classes, are loyally supported by the entire school. The I92.4 Orient, published
f' by the Class of June, 1914, set a new mark for high school annuals which
gf will be a challenge to many future year-books.
As to our own efforts, it must be said that we are proud of the 197.5 Alanna,
but we will leave more detailed praise to you.
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Prefentea' by the Clam offanuarjf, I97.5, an the evening of April fourth, 1914,
under the direetion of Min Katherine f. Barm
HARLOW SMITH .
WARD CARPENTER .
BURTON WHITE .
KATHRYN MILLER .
HELEN CONRAD .
DEAN CRITCHELL .
EDWARD RYSEWYK .
JOSEPH ZITO , .
SIDNEY BEYLAND .
WILLIAM WINANS .
.IONAS COHEN . I
W7AHAN ABKARIAN .
ROGER WIICKERY .
BERT BACKUS . .
Cast of Characters
. . Hyne
. jim, the Valet
. Colonel Bowie
. Mrs. Bowie
. Brook Travers, alias Steve Hill
. Lucy Sheridan
, . Steward
. Vasquez, the Health Officer
. . Jose Dravo
. Rev. Bostwick
. , Porter
. . Juanita
ERNEST HAGEN, CLYDE WEEsE, AMBROSE BARKER,
PAUL LESSLIE, ARCHIE HOPKINS, ROBERT HAMILTON . . . Marines
WALTER FREDERICKS, THEODORE ROSCOE, RAYMOND DIAMOND,
CHESTER LAUTEREACH, CHARLES FRANCIS .... Spanish Army
The Business Board
HARLAN CALKINS .
SAMUEL SHULSKY .
.IETHRO DAVIS . .
IOSEPH HERTZBERG .
RUTH HAINEs . ,
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An American Citizen
Prerenred ay the Clam of fdl7lle7l:l! 1918 on November Ievenfb, 1914,
under the direction of Mi.r.r Katherine f. Bnrnr f
Cast of Characters
HOWARD E. RICHARDSON ....,. Peter Barbury
JOHN HENRY . . . . . Lucas N
JOSEPH ZITO . . . Otto Strobel I li
EUGENE EASTERLY . . Beresford Cruger
JANE HURLBURT . . Georgia Chapin .Yr
KATHRYN MILLER , Aunt Carola Chapin '
RUTH HAINES , . . Beatrice Carevve
FRED ROBINSON Sir Humphrey Bunn J If
HELEN CONRAD . . . Flower Girl f Q
ROBERT HAINIILTON . . . Simms '
ELIZABETH WILLIAMS , . Lady Bunn 1
BERT BACKUS . . , Edgerton Brown I
JOSEPH BISHOP . , Willy Bunn
ANITA FOWLER I Maid , L
CARL MEi'ER . . Waiter
ROGER XJICKERY , Mercury '
Business Board ,L
lsADOR BEROER , . . Bafinerf Manager 1,19
ELI BENSKY , . A.rri.rtant Bafinerr Manager A U
JULIAN ARESTY . . Pllhljfjfjf Manager fa H
HURVITZ . , Aelvertiring Manager i f
CHARLES FRANCIS . Property Manager K I
DEAN CRITCHELL , Stage Manager 'KL lr
EDWARD RYSEWYK . Electrician lu
RAYMOND DIAMOND Head Urber j
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PVEJ'E72fftl Q1 tlve Cffzixr of fznze, 1915, on the erefzifzg of Derembw' fiftlw, 1914, znzder
the dirertiofz of Mi.rJ Katberifze f. Bzmzr
ROY LINGG .
MILTON LATTA .
ROSE LERNER . .
PAUL PAINE . .
ELLEN OYRAY .
RICHARD BARKER .
PAUL REED .
ROBERT GRIFFETH .
ESTHER BECKLER .
Cast of Characters
The Station Master
. . Florence
. Johnnie White
. . Henry
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Review of Dramatics
THE year of 1914 witnessed several dramatic successes. January, 1915's, farce,
The Dictator, appeared on the evening of April fourth, and was admittedly
one ofthe best farces ever produced by East High School students.
An Ameritmz Citizen, too, stood far in advance of the usual high school
dramatization. The interpretive work of the actors and actresses, and the
unusual scenic effects combined to make a very successful presentation.
Towards the end of the fall semester, the Class ofjune, 1915, revealed some
unusual dramatic talent in an exceedingly clever and Well acted farce, The
While public opinion usually reflects credit or discredit upon the actors
themselves, the responsibility of a successful performance devolves finally
upon the one who directs the production. East High's Senior Classes are
fortunate in having Miss Katherine Burns as an advisor in their dramatic
ventures. The habitual success of all Senior plays speaks more for Miss Burns'
ability than anything that might be written about her.
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FRED KOWALSKI TEOEEL BONKOWSKI
LILLIAN SCHIEE JOE MULARZ ELI TARQUINIO
BEN BERNSTEIN BERNARD COHEN MAURICE LEVY
ALBERT NICHOLSON ANTHONY POLINO
RONALD ALLEN KENNETH Ross CARL WEHBRING
CHARLES JACOBS SAM SHATOFF LAWRENCE XVILAN
GORDEN ALLEN NELsON EAST HENRY LYMAN
MEYER GOLDSTEIN .
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ROSE LERNER . . . Vice-Preridenr
RICHARD I. BARKIR . Secretary
JACQUES LEVINSON . Treasurer H J
MILTON LATTA Manager I8 R
L! ELIZABETH ALLEN ROSE LERNER
Q BETTY ANDREWS MARGARET LOWERY 'Q
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MABEL ASQUITH LENA MONTICELLI , A
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JENNIE DIPASQUALE DORRISE PARKER I
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J EDITH DIRKEE GLADYS PERRY G
1 I PATRICIA DODGE AGNES QUIGLEY A
f HELEN FOLTS JEAN RANDALL
, LOIS FOSTER MARION REED
W GLADYS FRANK PHILENA RESSEGER
1 I DOROTHY GARNISH DOROTHY SAGER
1 RUTH GOEF HELEN SAMUEL
LAURA GORDON ELSA SCHNEIDER
SOPHIA GREFFRATH NORINE SHULIK
MARY HOBBY RUTH SNYDER
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QQ AUDREY HAYES GERALDINE VERDEN
ll CLARICE HERRICK ADA VICK
1 B. HURWITZ MARGARET WALLACE 1
kg JEAN HIGBIE MARIE WALNETZ
' FRANCES JONES BERNICE WARREN
VIVIAN KYLE FLORA WIDEMAN
KATHLEEN LENTKOOP RUTH YOUNG
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HELEN DIBBLE Firft Alto
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MILTON LATTA .
DAVID E. MATTERN HOWARD N. HINGA
The Year in Music
THIS year the Band and Orchestra have been most active as East High School
organizations. The combined groups have featured three concerts this
semester, only one at school.
Besides these concerts, both organizations played at assemblies at various
times during the term, anfording much genuine pleasure to all who heard
them. The Band is present at all games, and does much to increase the enjoy-
ment of the spectators. The school at large does not seem to appreciate how
Mr. Mattern with the cooperation of his students has worked faithfully to
bring our Band and Orchestra to the present high state of perfection.
This term marked the debut of Mr. Hinga as director of the department of
vocal music. As yet this year the Glee Clubs have given no concerts of their
ovvn, but the combined clubs and the two quartettes have been heard and
enjoyed at assemblies. The Girls' Quartette has appeared also on several
Band and Orchestra concert programs.
We have no doubt but that the Glee Clubs will be most successful in their
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3, JAMES Doc Fow1.E has been director of athletics at East High School for a 1 f
3 great many years, and in that time he has developed team after team which M
made the name of East High School feared and respected in athletic circles pp
. throughout the state. But Doc's service to the school has been something l
3 deeper and more lasting than this. L!
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'Q athletes who have come under his tutelage, the spirit of fair play, he is a ,l
l clean, fine sport himself, and always emphasizes the necessity of clean playing A, l.
and friendly rivalry to his teams. As long as we have clear sighted, fair- i 5
., minded men like Doc Fowle as leaders, no opening will ever be afforded to yy 1
' any unsportsmanlike element that might contaminate our athletic activities. l
lg Robert "Pete" McKay, himself an athlete of no mean ability, is gifted
A? with the ability to give to others some portion of his knowledge. His soccer ln j
f teams have known no defeat in the past two seasons, and his wrestling and
' baseball teams have made enviable records. lf'
, . Pete, too, teaches his men the fundamental principle of all competition, '
l athletic and otherwise: fair play. His teams have spread the reputation of j '
East High and the high ideals for which she stands. East High Schoo1's ff .
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The Soccer Team
Captain GREGG "HE1NIE" SWARTHOUT-Forward '
HEINIE SWARTHOUT did not disappoint the pre-season dope that he was going
to have a successful season. Besides being the highest individual scorer on
the team, he contributed a great deal through his fighting spirit. His cool
head and educated feet have made him one of the most feared men in the
league. Heinie is one of the few "triple threat" men in soccer. He can pass,
kick, or dribble equally well with either foot. He was the unanimous choice
for center forward position on the 1914 all-scholastic team. His departure
will leave a yawning gap in the line-up.
DEM DEM1NG plays soccer with as cool a head as he plays baseball. Dem,
who was second highest scorer of the team, worked hard all season under the
eye of Coach McKay with the result that hencompares now with the best
forwards in the league.
ROBERT "BOE" WHITING'F0fM'dfd
Bon XVHITING, who plays one of the most difficult positions on the team,
went through the season with flying colors. He is fast and goes through the
opponent's backfield with great efficiency. Bob is the best left-legged booter
in the league. He is a veteran of two seasons and East High will lose a good
man when he graduates. Bob was chosen on the second all-scholastic team.
FRED HFRITZH WIDMER1F07ZL'dVd
FRITZ WIDMER lived up to the re utation he gained in Junior High and added
a little to it. Fritz is one of the flzistest men on the team and he has helped to
make East High's forward line known as the best working combination in
the league. He will be back next year to answer the call. We predict great
things for Fritz, as he is only a Soph now.
YOZO OEM TAKAG1-Forzvard I-'fi
JOE TAKAGI began the season at goal, but was later shifted to the f
forward line. Joes soccer brains and plucky spirit have made him
a valuable man to the team. He will not be back next year.
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PEM PEMBERTON was another of the last year's champion team who helped
to keep the championship in East High. Pem is a clever player. He is a dead
shot and excels in putting through free kicks. On him also rests one of the
responsibilities for the smooth work of our forward line. Pem earned a
position on the I97.4 all-scholastic team.
ARTHUR KIARTH LEHR-Halfback
ART LEHR was one of the most important Cogs in Coach McKay's perfect
machine. His clever backfield game furnished opposing teams with their
unsolved problem. Art is the possessor of a wierd style of jumping and kicking
in mid-air, and is able to place his kicks wherever he pleases. Art will be
back next year as captain of the 192.5 team.
HARRISON "JACK" FOLLETT'-HdlfbdCk
JACK FOLLETT began the season like a Veteran. He played the first few games
like a strong, dependable old war horse, when he was forced out of the game
by illness. He recovered in time to participate in some of the last games of the
season. Follett will be back next season to help maintain the standards set
by previous teams.
DEKE DECALESTA played a great game at the halfback position for the Purple
and White this season. He is a fast man and carries a mean boot in his right
leg. His stellar playing earned him honorable mention on the all scholastic
team this year. Deke will not be back next season.
NICHOLAS UNICKY' NEIMI-Halflmck
NICK is considered the find of the season. He had never played soccer before,
but he learned rapidly. Nick was the best halfback in the league and filled
that position on the 197.4 all-scholastic soccer team. Nick was indirectly
responsible for many of our tallies, because of his well directed passes to the
HOWARD "TIGER" FRECKLETON-Fullback
TIGER FRECKLETON, whose constant scrapping has earned him the nickname,
has had a very successful season. He has been a tower of strength on the
defense and his tremendous boots well past midfield, made spectators gasp.
Time after time, this Oriental warrior drove the ball far out of the danger
zone, and turned advances into retreats. Tiger was also one of the choices on
the 197.4 all-scholastic team.
EDWARD "ED" HAWKINS-Fullback
ED HAWKINS slip ed into Dakin's place and made good. Always dependable
and never excitedi Ed stemmed many of the opponents' sharp attacks. He
saved the goalie much trouble by his sure and long boots. Ed had a great
deal to do with the low score of the opponents, and the high score of the
Orientals. Hawkins will be back next season.
EDWARD "BUD" DAKIN-Fullback
BUD DAKIN had tough luck by being injured during the middle of the season.
Considered for an all-scholastic position. He recovered sufficiently,
V H near the end ofthe season, to play a few minutes in some games, but
f 3 he was not strong enough to last through a whole game. Bud may
be back next year and we can see great things for him.
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MAC MCCARTHY slipped in from the reserve team in the middle of the season
and performed like a veteran. His height and ability to handle the ball
earned him this promotion. Our protector snatched the star of fame from
many opposing forwards by his miraculous stops and sterling performance
under fire. Mac will not be back next year.
HAROLD "WH1TEY" ANDERSON'F0I'ZLVdfLl
XVHITEY ANDERSON, the smallest man on the team, played a great part in
maintaining the team's splendid record. With his speed and brains, he should
under the super-coaching of Pete McKay become a star. Whitey plays in
East High . . 4 West High . , 2.
East High . . 2. Canandaigua . . 1
East High . . 3 Technical High . 1
East High . . 2. Genesee Wesleyan . 1
East High . . 5 Genesee Wesleyan . 1
East High . . o Technical High . , o
East High . . 9 Canandaigua . . O
East High . . 4 Charlotte . . o
East High . . o YVest High , . o
East High . . 2. Charlotte . . o
East High . . . 31 Opponents . . . 6
Average East High . . 3.1 Average Opponents . .6
Swarthout CC4pmi1zD . . 7 Beckman . . o
Deming . . . . 6 Krepack . , O
Widmer . . . 5 Niemi . . . o
Whiting . 5 Freckleton . . o
Pemberton . , 3 Hawkins . . o
Anderson . . 1 Dakin . . . . o
Lehr . . 1 McCarthy . . . o
Takagi . . 1 Dean CLima goaliel . 1
Follet . . o Charlotte Cforfeitl . 1
DeCalesta . . o f
The Soccer Team in Action
THE pictures are ofthe East High-Technical game played on the Armory field.
just before the top picture was snapped Technical was penalized, and Gregg
"I-leinie" Swarthout is about to make the kick. Note the tense poses of
Qleft to rightD Pemberton, Widmer, Niemi and Whiting.
The bottom picture shows an exciting moment before East High's goalg
Dakin has just headed the ball, with Tiger Freckleton wild to get a sock at
it. Niemi stands ready to help, and Widmer is approaching on the run.
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Captain GREGG AlHEINIE', SWARTHOUT-GZZJITZ
THE veteran Heinie of last season's all-scholastic team is playing the game as
of yore. His speed and deadly eye make him one of the best guards ever to
have donned the East High uniform. Heinie, who finished among the ten
highest scorers of the city last year, may be expected to finish well up in the
scoring column this season. His loss to the team will be felt keenly.
SIMON HCHICKH SHAPIRO-Forward
CHICK SHAPIRO, the little forward who played a fine game with last year's
reserve, has earned a berth on the first squad. He possesses one of the best
pairs of basketball eyes of all on the squad, and should rank high on the
scoring list at the end of the season. Chick is slightly handicapped by his
light weight, but makes up for it by his clever game. He will be back next
FRED "FRITz" WIDMER'GZldFLZl
FRITZ WIDMER of soccer fame is out to win glory on the court. Fritz, who is
wonderfully built for a basketball man, is fast, and has an exceptionally fine
eye for the basket. He is only a soph now, and has plenty of time to add to his
experience and ability under the supervision of Coach Fovvle.
A MORRIS llHORSE,, CARR-Center
HORSE CARR has earned his pivot position by superb playing.
Although not very tall, he makes up for this by his shift and nat- ,. -. ., W X
ural talent. Horse is a two-gun man--he shoots with either hand ff '
with deadly accuracy. Carr was Captain of the reserves last sea- 'T
son, and should do good work this year. AA
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JOE TAKAGI was an utility man on the first squad last year, and has greatly
improved since then. He is a fine scrapper, and always gives Opposing guards
plenty of trouble during the time that he is in the game. Joe is a bashful boy,
and does not exhibit his top form when a crowd is Out to watch him, but
he will soon get over this weakness and hit his steady stride. Yozo will not
be back for the next season.
EL1 UEELH BENSKY-Guard
EEL BENSKY, a veteran of last season, is again one Of East High's back-court
team. He has the ability and skill to develop into a real star. Eel, too, fin-
ished among the ten highest scorers of the city last season, and has a good
chance to duplicate the performance this year. The Swarthout-Bensky guard
combination is considered the best in the stateg and there should be but little
scoring done by the forwards who buck up against the Eel this winter.
Bensky will not be back next year, and his presence will be greatly missed.
SAMUEL KIKREPSYY KREPACK-Guard
KREPS KREPACK, who played with the championship soccer team, now fills a
place On the first basketball team. Sam has ability as a guard, and should
make good when filling in at one ofthe positions. It is too bad that Sam will
not be back next year, as he could be developed into an excellent guard by
Doc Fowles' coaching.
ERMANTRAUT, who came to us from the Aquinas reserves, is playing at for-
ward. He shoots from all positions on the court with equal accuracy. It may
take him a little time to become accustomed to the methods of East High's
mentor, but Once he hits his stride, there can be no telling what he will do.
Ermantraut will not be back next season.
Basketball Schedule '
NOV. 2.71EAST tu GENESEO Jan. 7.3-EAST ur. CHARLOTTE
Dec. 5fEAST ur. WATERLOO? Jan. 17-EAST 111. KODAK1'
Dec. 11-EAsT vr. WEST Jan. 3O1EAST ar. LYONS
Dec. I9-EAST vt. ALUMNI Feb 3'EAST vt. SHOP SCHOOL
Jan. 9-EAST at HUTCHINSON Feb 6-EAST ur. SYRACUSE CENTRAL fi
Jan. I3-EAST vt. SHOP SCHOOL Feb I3-EAST vt. SYRACUSE CENTRAL? Y'
Jan. I6-EAST vs. HUTCHINSON Feb 10-EAST vs. CHARLOTTE I
Jan. zo-EAsT at KODAK Feb. 17'-EAST vt. BROCKPORTF
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lvo DECALESTA JAMES H. FOWLE RICHARD COLLAMER
HAROLD ANDERSON Forward
MoRR1s STRASSBURG Forward
ALAN METZ Center
PAUL MCCARTHY Center
Ivo DECALESTO Guard
HYMEN BUSKIN Guard
JAMES GERVASI Guard
Wu-Hour detracting from the achievements of the regulars, it must be admit-
ted that it is the scrubs who keep the First team in top form, and receive very
little recognition for it. This season, besides acting as a foil to the first team,
the reserves are taking on a hard schedule of their own, and deserve the sup-
port of the whole school.
Cross Country Team
Captain Comb Mmmger
XVILBUR BAKER ROBERT MEREDITH WILLIAM DWORSKY
ANTHONY BENEDETTO LEONARD EMMA HASKELL SHULTZ
XVILBUR BAKER ERNEST RICHARDS ARTHUR SPARKS
THE cross-country team has been fortunate this year in again
Securing the Services of Robert Meredith as coach. With a veteran
team, East High fulfilled all the prophecies made for a successful
season. Coach Meredith's efforts and the loyal cooperation and
hard work of the members of the team have resulted in one of
the most Successful seasons East High has ever had.
The Swimming Team
Captain Mafzager Coach
AMBROSE BARKER ROGER VICKERY ROY V BENSON
FRED BRYAN EARL XVHITE
KENNETH LITTLEFIELD HENRY MARTENS
JACQUES LEVINSON GRANT YULE
january 30: WEST HIGH at ARNETT Y. M. C
February 6: HUTCIIINSON HIGH at BUFFALO
SYRACUSE CENTRAL at SYRACUSE
SYRACUSE CENTRAL at ROCHESTER
MANLIUS at MANLIUS
MANLIUS at ROCHESTER
Captain Comb MHIIHCQKF
P11415 MEAI3IiI PAU1. A. MCGHEE CHARLES F. SEUFFERT
Tom B1zowN EDWARD l-loEHN
SAMU151, Pozu, .Sl0I'7Z707l70l'L' Clmzmpimz HARRY LEVENBERG, 5e1ziorClmmpi01z
THE success ofthe tennis team is in large part due to the efforts of
Coach Paul McGhee. The team should duplicate its hne record
next season, as much of the old material is still in school. Harry
Levenherg emerged from the fall tennis tournament as Senior
Championg Samuel Poze ranked lirst among the sophomores. Tom
Brown and Stanley Frankel were finalists in the junior section.
THE wrestling tournament was not held until after the fmzua had gone to
press, and consequently we were unable to show a team picture here. How-
ever, the team is deserving of some mention as the boys are working hard
under Coach McKay, and are sure to have a successful season.
FALL track consists almost entirely of cross-country running, but the team is
now in training for the indoor season. With the veterans, Bowie, Baker,
Emma, Benedetto and Leslie, the team should be strong.
AT the time the fmzzffz went to the printer, Hockey had not got under Way.
Nevertheless. with the wealth of available material, East High should be
represented by a dependable team.
EAs'r HIGH will, without doubt, compete again in the Lake Placid skating
tournament. All of last year's team is novv in school, and should rank high
in the scoring.
THE SKI CLUB has again organized, and promises fun and instruction to its
members. It is a live group which seems to prove popular with the students.
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term. Ambrose ' 'Red" Barker has put a pep and snap
into the cheering not often inspired by 21 high school
leader. We know that he has aided the teams by his
effortsg all of us like him a lot.
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DON xLn Lou. ...... , . . P1'4'.s'jffv11t
PIKE ATIQADIZ . . . Via'-Prrmfwlf
DOROTHY FoR5T1iR . . . .Y6FI't'fzIl:1'
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XVILLIAM HAVILL .........., Prefident
JEAN MCLEOD . . . 1 . Vice-Prefident
KENNETH GARDNER . . . Secretmy
GENEVIEVE FALK . A . Treaszmfr
Oflicers Of the Class Of June 199.6
EDGAR HAWKINS .,.....,... Prefident
ELIZABETH BRADSTREET . Vice-Prefirlem'
BERT XIANHORN . . .Vecremry
THOMAS BROWN .....,..... Trmmrer
The Goodman Street Annex
IN January, 1911, it was decided that East
High School could not accommodate in the
building itself the new freshman class just
graduated from the grammar schools. Thus it
was decided to use another building as an
annex, and the plant of the American Chicle
Com any on South Goodman Street was pro-
cured? It was here that we, the Class ofjanu-
ary, 1914, made our debut as part of East High
School, and as we were the first class to
occupy the old chiclet factory, we feel a closer
connection with it than otherwise might be
the case. We have an endearing recollection
that will stick of ripping, sawing, banging,
and dragging above, below and on either side
of us. But we liked the old place and we are
glad we were able to be there, if only for a
At present most of the building is given
over to the Technical Department of East
High School, to cooking and sewing, and
part time school, only enough academic
pupils being held to fill in the schedule.
University Avenue Annex
WITH the completion of the new Grammar
School Number Thirty-one, and account of
the crowded conditions at East High, it was
decided to open old 31 School as an additional
East High Annex. It has been somewhat
repaired and redecorated, and is now the
home of a contented grou of second year
pupils. They have organized? and have dupli-
cated in many cases the activities of the main
In addition to these annexes there are some
ISO second year pupils who are held in Mon-
roe Junior High, so it is acpparent that East
High School is hard presse for room.
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And Esther Anderson, and LeRoy Case, 1
,ji A college president-Bob Stern-and then '
, if Come Gordon Kinney, Romance Language Head,
, . f "Ad" Bickford, an astronomer at Smith, I
4 . Rebecca Friedman, ancient language prof, ,
RQ! f ' And Margaret Faragher, advisor stern, '
Q V With Helen Garnish, kindergarten Dean. '
They have marched on in stately pace. Behind '
, Soft strains of music usher in the stars i
Of Music's realm. The first, to cross the stage
, joe Bishop, Fred Kowalski, onas Cohen, 5
A premier violinist, Abram one, T-
9 Here, too, Sophia Kaufman's orchestra
'N And "Becky, ' famed byimighty saxophone
l' An o ratic singer, B. Warren
1- And ast, midst strains of azz, Cosette Tibbils
The only irl to rival Wl'i1teman's band
31 While Mi lie Seeman nobly lends her aid
N Scarce have their gay strains faded, when appears
A band of doctors nurses dentists too
. 4 The silent, ready foes of dread disease
s First, Inez Caplin, Esther Joel, M. Dake
, The nurses trim. The doctors Harlow Smith
Ruth Paley. Labelled "D.D.S.," there come
, Jack Hurwitz and Dave Rubin. Follow them
The scientists: Ken Robinson, Carl Meyer
And Howard Richardson inventor keen
ily Ruth Geyer chemist is. The Weidner girl
'X Discovered how to telegraph to Mars
'S , But Hark! a band plays loud. Across the stage
Q, Parades a motley crew. joe Zito, clown
1 ' Rose Silverstein and Frank Cilano next
f ,, As acrobatsg Anne Singer, tight-rope Bend
f Ruth Tenny, gypsy fortune telling queen
' Equestrians, Rose Stio and C. Lauer
The chorus girls-R. Hellen, Jennie Min
, Owitz Bea Allaun' and two dancers rt
Dot Weller and B. Cowen. Nita Fow er
A Pavlowa's famous pupil of ballet
The Broadway stars pass next before your eyes
l Ruth Haines and Vickery as Mercury
1 l In gorgeous costumes come the movie sheiks
lr' l As Rudolph Valentino's heir. With them
The Follies team-Samuels and Conrad
Both Helens. Vaudeville liners: Helen Pfluke
9, I 1 Sid Beyland, Beatrice Kaufman. And now
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Olympic athletes throng: H. Freckleton,
Bert Loeser, Eli Bensky, Sophy "Greff"-
The first in golf. Upon each brow there rests
A laurel wreath. But see! still others crowd
In pageant of the future years, the ones
Who strive to beautify with brush or pen-
Our artists: Lois Gottschalk, Ruth Bauer,
And Russell Kaercherg while as model comes
R. Turner, and Bert Davidson, scul torg
Designer, Wanda Jarnesg Sam Shulsliy then,
As editor of Hearth. B. Culkin, too,
An authoress, Ruth Fagan on Lifelr staff,
And Mary Springstead, free verse poetess.
Then Vahan Abkarian, the critic great.
With these are Bernard Schneider, journalist,
Sports dopester, Morrie Strassburg is, while two
Scenarios write: E. Groh, Bob Hamilton,
Interpreter of Shakespeare, E. Williams.
Scarce have these passed when come the Senators:
Ruth Ornstein, N. Oscolag then Ray Gupp
And Jessie Fauman, Harriet Byer
And E. VanAlmkerk, congressmen. A boss
In politics, Jack Kramer, john Henry,
Ambassador to England's shores, Japan's
Prime Minister, Takagi, judges each
Fred Robinson and Flossie Beyland, too,
Bob Goetzman, Minnie Kublanov, who are
Detectives, then Bub Greene, Hans Weilbye, both
Of the marines, Lieutenant, H. Richards.
The Herald summons next the business group.
Ed Rysewyk, electrician, lawyers all:
Lyn Warren, Alfred Vragel, Edith Bueg.
Who deal with cases in the courts. Here, too,
Ward Carpenter, the bootlegger, who 'deals P,
In other cases. Ex rt soda clerk
Whose choice confditions tempt the glutton's eye
Is friend Dean Critchellg Erma Metcalf now Hr
Is research dietitian at East High.
Both Frank Kalwas and Kaz Karpinski are
Renowned draftsmen. George LaMont appears
In cap and apron as a chef, behind
With haughty mien comes Isidor Weinstein
The manager of Waldorf's one-armed lunch.
Hard on his heels with noiseless, springing tread
There come Ruth Marcott. Aimee Meyer, too,
Waitresses both. E. Schneider is cashier.
Here are the journalists: mark as they pass
The faces that we know amid the throng,
Sec, Yetta Schwartz and Mildred Bliss are there,
Rose Eber, cub re orterg Margaret Burns,
Rose Conti, David Toole run Linotypes ' '
And give the daily papers to the world.
A tailor, Charles Popelle, appears. With him
Emanuel Brown, a carpenter,
George Kass, a taxi driver. A modiste
Is Beatrice Goldstein. Pressing close behind
Come Daurice Longley. stock promoter smooth,
And Goldie Slotnick, manufacturess
Of soaps and perfumes under Colgate's name.
A little band of toilers at East High
Files past. Ruth Shaw, the famous lunch room he
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Are Or ah Blakely, Helen Cameron,
And Lildian Seidell. An English Earl
Has wedded Kathryn Miller, and three friends
Fare with her to the ancentral estates
Of Myrtle Levinson, assertive wife "
To an Italian Count, who seeks to gain
The ballot for Italian women. Here
Appears a manager of Broadway's plays,
Isa ore Berger. Women's costumers 1
Are Vera Isaacs, Thelma Cohen, and
T. Neumark, their apprentice. Ralph Gibaud '
Teaches stage dancing. Meety Grineff writes
Learned theses on psychology. These three, 1
In masculine attire typify
The modern business woman: Anna Rose, I
M. Rosenberg, and Elsi Lisser. Next
joe Press and Sally Russo, who direct
The "Little Russia" movement in New York.
And last of all come those who serve mankind
In any guise. jeth Davis saves the souls
Of I-Iottentots in darkest Africag 1
And missionaries to the scented isles ,
Of Ni pon are Chuck Francis, Helen Kress, lf
And Iilorence Riley, while in India
joe Hertzberg entertains the pariahs 1
And outcasts with his newest radio.
Ruth Myers is the kindl matron of - '
An orphanage, and Milclied Messinger
Serves pie to hun ry tramps from her back door. A i
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The menace of the slums through social work, 1
And Celia Goldman, dressed as Santa Claus, Q ,
Exhorts the passing throng at Christmas tide ' I 5 I
To give their pennies for the hungry poor.
But suddenly the vision fades and dies
The mighty pageant of the future years
Is gone The Herald sounds one final blast
One parting flourish on his trumpet as
The curtain falls forever on the stage
Their records at East High are written and
They pass beyond her portals into Life
Where Father Time with his recording en
Will write upon a fresh page in the boo
The deeds and misdeeds through the future years
Of those whose fate and lot were cast with us
The Class of january twenty five
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people. Why not you?
AND plenty of snap in
our clothes for boys and
UNION CLOTHING CO.
AT MAIN AND ST. PAUL
HETHERLIN COAL CO
Rochester, N. Y.
We mwgf mb the Cboicefr Delimtefsen
HOME MADE PIES HOME MADE SALADS
ROAST CHICKEN IMPORTED NOVELTIES
Belicatessen anh Elica 3Kuum
NOON LUNCH served from I1. to 1.
FULL COURSE DINNER served from 5 to 8 p. m.
DINNER on Sunday from 12. to 4
Chicken Duck Steak
EDISON MAZDA LAMPS SWITCHBOARDS
MOTORS POLE LINE HARDVVARE 8: TOOLS
Robertson Cataract Electric CO.
Apparatus and Fixtures
Diftributori for GENERAL ELECTRIC CO.
I86 Clinton Ave. N.
BUFFALO ROCHESTER SYRACUSE UTICA
H A RT'S
SELF-SERVING GROCERY STORES
HARTVS BIG VALUE STORES
ALL OVER ROCHESTER
. V 5
HE PHOTOGRAPHS In this book
were made by
QMOSER QSITUDIO, INC.
9.7 Clinton Ave. N.
Rochester, N. Y.
INGMIRE U' THOMPSON CO.
I37 CHESTNUT ST., CORNER OF COURT ST.
Rochester, N. Y.
REAL ESTATE AND BUILDER
Roclaexterlr Home Finder
GIVES REAL SERVICE
Tzlephofze Chau 7.773
147. Laburnum Crescent Rochester, N.Y.
CORSAGE BOUQUETS AND BASKETS A SPECIALTY
H. E. WILSON, INC.
Deyignr and Defaratiom'
88 MAIN STREET EAST MAIN 1048
HIGH GRADE LUGGAGE
Az Popular Prirex
Jos. DIAMOND, PROP. 47 MAIN STREET EAST
Telephone .Ytone 7.7.7
GEO. G. MUNTZ U' SON
Painterr and Decomlory
PAPER HANGING A SPECIALTY
44 Vick Park B Rochester, N. Y.
This Ad Entitles Purchaser to Ten per cent Discount
on all Purchases
THE BEE HIVE MILLINERY wb' SUPPLY CO.
Odd Fellauu Building
II CLINTON AVE. N. ROCHESTER, N.Y.
BAUSCH AND LOMB
MADE IN ROCHESTER 47 WELL
KNOWN WHEREVER OPTICAL
INSTRUMENTS ARE USED
Automobile Headlight Lenses
Balopticons CProjection Apparatusj
Magnifiers and Readers
Ophthalmic Instruments and Lenses
Optical Measuring Instruments
Range Finders and Gun Sights
For Army' and Naoy
Spectacle and Eyeglass Frames,
Mountings and Cases
Plaone, Chase 3877
Sole Distributor of
PURITY BRAND OLIVE OIL
7.91-2.93 North Union Street
Telescopes Rochester, N. Y.
BAUSCH 84 LOMB OPTICAL CO.
635 St. Paul Street Rochester, N. Y.
EAST AVENUE COURT
1615 EAST AVE.
PozE di' NATAPOW
WHITE EAGLE BAKERY
MAIN 1579-VV IO49 HUDSON AVE
SPECIALS IN Cloakf, Sztitf and Millinery
Diseriminating committees usually agree
on designs of Metal Arts origination.
Merely phone Stone 2.176-7.177 when you are ready.
GUARANTEED QUALITY DEPENDABLE SERVICE
THE METAL ARTS CO., lNC.
77 South Avenue
GEO. T. BOUCHER
345 MAIN ST. EAST 30 EAST AVENUE
ROCHESTER, N. Y.
EASTAELISHED 1885 RES. PHONE STONE 6340
THEN'S DRY GOODS STORE
R. J. THEN, Prop.
Electrical Appliances, Radio U' Sporting Good!
306 joseph Avenue Rochester, N. AY.
THE DU Bois PRESS
Printed lbir EDITION of
RINTED the 199.3 "Lucky Bag", the
Annual of the United States Naval
Academy, which Was awarded the Cup
offered by the Art Crafts Review for
the Best College Annual of the yearg
Does Commercial Printing as well as
F ine Booksg makes Catalogues, Folders,
Broadsides, Circulars and all kinds of
Direct Advertising, from preparation
of the copy to delivery of the
THE DU BOIS PRESS
81 ST. PAUL STREET ROCHESTER, N.Y,
BUILDERS OF FINE BOOKS AND DIRECT MAIL ADVERTISING
T5 POINT HAND TAILORED
OTHING unusual-it hap-
pens every day. Every day
your picture is taken by count-
less cameras of the mind.
Friendly, curious, casual, or
critically searching- the eyes
of those about you,-silent
mental cameras--are photogra-
phing you as you appear day
Most of us like to lose the
"dressed up" feeling in the
careless ease of a well tailored
suit that lets us forget all about
it as soon as we put it on.
In Goodman 8: Suss Clothes,
H23 Point Hand-Tailored,"
grace of line and faultless lit is
retained long after the purchase
is forgotten. They are the kind
of clothes that will stand a
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A.J.'s Young Men's Shop
135 EAST MAIN STREET OPPOSITE GRANITE BLDG.
HEN CHOOSING A CAREER
THE DENTAL PROFESSION
ITTER ENTAL ANUFAC'fURING O.
EXCLUSIVE MANUFACTURERS OF PROFESSIONAL EQUIPMENT
Rocbexter, New Mrk
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.lil ' you Wantfright now?
up ,Fr 1 ,Emma Q
l Hundreds of actual t1me tests throughout the
country show that the
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any piece of correspondence 1n ten seconds or less.
I Let our SYSTEM SERVICE man
-- -- demonstrate how this system can
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speed up your filing department.
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HE guides and folders shown at I M
the right of the file drawer are .
me main elements of this simiple, Remzl Store
accurate tiling system. Label hol ers
on guides are formed at an angle in- 108 EAST AVENUE STONE 1431
suring visibility at all times. Folder ROCHESTER, N, Y,
tabs ateguideheight--alwaysvisible. I
THIS DESIRABLE SPACE FOR SALE
Gut Future Faculty
FERDINAND ROESER .
Yozo TAKAGI . . .
ELI BENSKY . . . .
HOWARD FRECKLETON .
RUTH HAINES . ,
ISADORE BEROER . . ,
SALVATORE RUsso . .
M. GREGG H. SWARTHOUT ,
JOSEPH LEVINE . .
JANE HURLBURT . .
G. KENNETH ROBINSON .
JOSEPH PRESS . . .
ROBERT STERN . . .
SIDNEY BEYLAND .
CARMEN OGDEN . .
Department of Engliih
. Department of Ancient Languagef
. Department of Modern Languagec
, Department of Agriculture
Social Science Department
Cooking ana' Sewing
. . Vocal Muric
. Manual Training
. . . Elocution
. Phyrical Director
. Freehand Drawing
. Lunch Room
ELMORE BURTON WHITE . . Chef
VAHAN ABKARIAN . . . .... Office Boy
WARD X. CARPENTER ........ janitor
Famous Plays of 197.4
The Intimate Strangerf .... CHARLES HEDLEY, ARNOLD B. SWIFT
The Man Who Came Back .... GEORGE S. CARHART
An American Citizen . . . .... ALBERT H. WILCOX
The Lart Warning ,....
The Man from the Valley of Silent Men
WARREN B. RODNEY
. EARLE REMINGTON
Why Girly Leave Home . . . . . PAUL A. MCGHEE
The Dictator ..... . WILLIAM C. WOLGAST
The Saintea' Devil . . JOHN C. MERRILL
The Old Soak ......... HAROLD E. COWLES
Famous Crax of Infamous People 1
WARD CARPENTER-"Lemme take a nickel!"
E. BURTON WHITE1tALCIHmC take a dime!"
K. ROBINSON'LLDOH,I cry, little girl, you can have your . .
I Ye Anteeke HOCK DER KAISER OUR MOTTO
hgppe HONEST ABE
- BY APPOINTMENT TO HRH.
T191 our proelucte ONCE THE PRINCE OF WALES
yoifll never use another"J Select Pdwnbrokw'
My butter, eggs, and cold storage products I may be crooked, 'Kb
have been in stock for many years. but I tell you so!
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Candy and Ice Crearn
gf Eeeeeggeeeee J. B. Keller if S0115
FORTY"SIX EAST AVENUE
MORTIMER H. MILLER fxzoma STONE 764
25 CLINTON AVENUE
THE FOSTER COAL Co., INC.
397. Clinton Ave. S
Where quality ana' service preeierninate
Hickey-Freeman and For BOOKS
Kuppenbeiwify Clotloef STATIONARY
Dobbf Han and Capf
GAMES AND TOYS
McFar1in Clothing Company THE Q crantOm's 3346
POWERS MAIN ST.
110-116 MAIN STREET EAST BUILDING 1 STORES EAST
Let the next Suit or
overcoat be one of
Better Clotlvef for LeJJ!M0ney
38 ST. PAUL STREET cox BLDG.
YOUNG PEOPLE's FELLOWSHIP
OF ST. PAULVS EPISCOPAL CHURCH
Meeting with interesting
speaker and supper every
Sunday evening at 6: IS p.m.
FOR FELLOWSHIP AND SERVICE
RESOURCES ovER 550,000,000
Rochester Savings Bank
Corner Main and Fitzhugh
Orgfzniqed 183 I
A Goon NEWSPAPER
IJDQIUZM' bei! and most authentic text book on the world's
current history. lf And the Democrat and Chronicle, as
Rochester's home newspaper daily chronicles the news of
the day-as early as it can be obtained-clearly, accurately
and impartially presented.
READ IT DAILY
The Democrat and Chronicle is distinctly a home news-
paper for home Rochester folks. Daily it is brimful of
sparkling news features, laugh-provoking cartoons, wom-
ens and childrens pagea-all of interest to every member
of the family every day.
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THIS Cooee and Binding Peodzeced by
EBERWEIN si ZAHRNDT
SEVENTY-SEVEN ST. PAUL ST.
ROCHESTER, NEW YORK
D6Jlfg7Z6VJ and Bzeilderf of
BOOKBINDINGS ADVERTISING OFFICE SPECIALTIES
sODAs LUNCHES You Get ORIGINALITY WhCH You
ANDYLA ND Club or Clem' feweley
HOME OF SWEETS
IOl Clinton Ave. N.
We Make Om' Own Cboroldief
JEWELERS df STATIONERS
1O48 University Ave.
When you vvzmt the best ask your grocer
A H onze Prodlzrt
BERGER PRODUCE CO., INC.
ZO-ll PUBLIC MARKET
Stone 199 .Ytone 676
Collegiate Mzefie with Pep
G. K. ROBINSON, MGR.
Stone 4O9O-X 57. Chopin St.
A BANK OF COURTESY AND SERVICE
OLICITS accounts ofmerchants, jobbers, wholesalers, manufacturers, corporations,
individuals, churches, societies and other organizations. Commercial loans made to
business men and individuals based on financial statements or secured by collateral or
Capital and Surplus S4,000,000.00
. Five Ojjlioef
MAIN LINCOLN LAKE AVENUE
183 Main Street East 33 Exchange Street Lake Av. cor. Ridgeway Av.
WEST END EAST END
886 Main St. W. at Genessee and Brown Main St. E. and North Goodman
Safe Depofit Boxetr for Rent at the Main Ojjliee ana' at tloe Lincoln Ojfce
CORNWALL CLOTHES SHOP THE
CORNWALL BLDG .
M oeleeate Petter
STONE 631 sToNE 5461.-R
HOFFMAN COAL CO.
LEHIGH VALLEY COAL
66 Savannah Street
QUALITY Gm U1 a Trial sERv1cE
CLOTILDE HAT SHOP
HE Greater McCurdy Store
is ready as never before to
serve the people of Rochester and
THE BUILDING covers more than
five acres of floor space with new
departments and old ones greatly
enlarged, remodeled and im-
proved, displaying at all times a
wealth of staple and fashion mer-
chandise from the leading sources
of supply at home and abroad, all
marked at the moderate prices
which have made McCurdy's
known far and wide for
MAIN 1 I 64
LOEB QT' RQSENTHAL
TQ? A L Es TAT E
Nforfgfzgef Caliber! Property MdWdg6WZ67Zf
431 Powers Building Rochester, New York
H C VV S ROBINSON, CARPENTER
AND ABKARIAN, INC.
to the minute JQMITED
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. Pubhshers QW" Ed1tors
4 X ALSO
THE ROCHESTER HERALD Janitors
Anthracite and Bituminous Coal Authors
MCGARVEY COAL Co. iewsljgys
ROCHESTER, N.Y. tc" tc'
8ReynoldJ Amzde Main 3841 LET US D0 YOUR DIRTY WORK
ROCHESTER BRONZE WALUMINUM Co. BALL SHOE REPAIR
I9 MARIETTA sT.
Manufacturers of WWE Renew 'Swb0eJH
mfr Brange Aluminum Caving! CLINTON AVE, N,
"TT ' 7'
Meat and Choice Poultry
LIVE U' DRESSED
154 Clinton Ave. N. Rochester, N. Y.
Plame, Main 7609
BIEEER, lsAAcs Co
Rocberter, N. Y.
STANDARD AUTo TIRE WoRKs
J. A. RUTHERFORD, Pnov.
Diamond Tire Difiribzelom
14 Windsor Street
Rochester, N. Y.
LOUIS F. WOLF
GOODYEAR SERVICE STATION
ALMY AUTO CO.
The Mort U p-to-Date Oiling Rack in the Cigf
1880 EAST AVENUE
A Full Line of Auto Accessories
Genuine Ford Parts
Standard and Vacuum Oil Products
CRAMER DRUG STORES
Phone, Main 1808
LoU1s SHULMAN if Co.
90 EAST AVENUE
AT GIEBS STREET
Rochester, N. Y.
ALL BRANCHES or BEAUTY CULTURE
A . l V A S K Y
. 383 JOSEPH AVENUE
Fweztf if Vegembler Rgqypnable Ram
356 MAIN STREET EAST PHUNE STONE 6584 PERMANENT MARCELLING LEANOIL METHOD S18
PINNACLE PHARMACY, INC. JESSED,CIMINO ANTHONYNANNA
860 MONROE AVENUE CIMINQ U' NANNA
Koelezkr-Kodak Supplier Undertaker!
VE j CHASE 716 1.1.1 CENTRAL PARK
PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY coMPouNDED PHOA QCHASE1453 ROCHESTER,N.Y.
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