Seth Low Junior High School - Spectator Yearbook (Brooklyn, NY)

 - Class of 1935

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Go 0c. CDFlFlIClERS President ................................................................................................................................................ SAM GRAY Vice-President .............................................................................................................. ; ............... ABE ANCONA Boyf Athletic Director ......................................................................................................... BERT HALEM GirlsJ Athletic Director .............................................................................. FLORENCE TOCHTERMAN Secretary ..................................................................................................................... EMANUEL BERNSTEIN Treasurer ................................................................................................................................. LILIAN KARELITZ t ,XOW? EDITQRlAL THE connecting link between the faculty and the student body is the General Organization. The training we receive as pupils of Seth Low in the work- ings of the General Organization will develop in us an interest in Civic affairs which we will carry the rest of our lives. The General Organization is a governmental body consisting of students governing the activities of the student body. It is governed by a president and a council which forms the executive department, a group of grade councils making up the legislative departmnt and a student court forming the judiciary department. The workings of these various departments not only help control the activities of our school but give us a voice in its governmnet. For the privileges obtained in the General Organization we owe it our undivided support. Our meagre contribution to the General Organization helps foster such activities as Clubs, athletics, movies, plays and other extra-eurrieular activities of our school but give us a voice in its government. make it possible for these activities to continue but we give ourselves the chance to have a say in the matters concerning the student body. Mortimer Rogoff THE SPECTATOR PageThree

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The Spectator Published once each Term by the Students of SETH LOW JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL Vol. 6, No. 1. January, 1935 Editor-in-Chief MORTIMER ROGOFF Business Managers Associate Editor Art Editors DAVID SOL DONALD KEENE ANNE MELNICK RALPH TORNBERG Reporters ETHEL SWERSON BERTRAM WINNICK VIRGINIA HARTIGAN MOLLIE FLEIT ETHEL MURDQCK JEANNE LEEGE ABE RABINOWITZ DAISY SHOR ANNE K ANNER HELEN ROSENBLUM JANE ROVER ROBERT WITKIN KENNETH FRIOU MEYER BRIMBERG BERTRAM SAFFEE MILTON SIEGEL S ecretar y ROSALYN ROSENTHAL CHARLOTTE FRIEDMAN JESSICA GREENBERG BERNARD MEYER EDITH PERLSON Advertising M anagers ELEANORE FINESTEIN F G BERNARD MEYER Copy Readers RANGES RAY BEATRICE KELLER JEANETTE RABINOWITZ MILDRED PERETZ EVELYN LASKY ELLIOT MAGAZINER JEROME LASKY Photography MARTHA AXELROD MARCIA COHEN SYLVIA ZWECKENBAUM ELAINE RUBENSTEIN SHIRLEY COHEN HANNAH GOLDSTEIN CAMERA CLUB The Staff works under the direct supervision and with the co-operation of the members of the Faculty. WW THE SCHOOL: PASTl PRESENT AND FUTURE WHEN one looks back to the rude log cabin schools of a century ago, one smiles at the recollection of Ichabod Crane as told by Washington Irving and thinks, llWhat a queer place school was in those days l3, Who knows, but that one hundred years from now, people will laugh at our llprimitive-likell build- ings? Perhaps an entirely new method of teaching will be adopted. The great achievement performed in creating the junior high school may be scoffed at as lichildishfi Maybe a junior high pupil will ride to the ninetieth Hoor of a building to attend a Class, and that changing periods will mean riding up and down in elevators, soaring to immense heights in a few seconds. However, these are but guesses, unproven as yet. Will the schools of the future produce greater men than the log-cabin-educated Lincoln? Or, will the knowledge gained tend to make people rely on machines and other inventions for their support? These are but questionsewith answers a century in the distance. Donald Keene



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Dear Girls and Boys: This is another excellent issue of our school paper. I have watched it in the making, step by step, and I have been very happy to see the earnestness with which you worked for the success of the undertaking. When people work together, as you have done, sacrificing personal convenience and individual credit in a common undertaking, success is inevitable. We have had many Visitors at our school this term, some from other Cities, and one from a foreign country. One and all, they have been impressed by the fine spirit of friendliness and co-operation that they saw throughout the school. Our ctSpectatorji is just one of the many outcomes of that fine school spirit. Let us keep it up! When we all work together, everybody doing what he can, nobody trying to shirk, nobody looking for advantages that would mean injustice to somebody else, how happy we are, and how successful. If all people, everywhere, would work in this spirit, many of our cares and troubles would vanish. Perhaps, if you carry this ideal of service and cooperation from your school to your family, your neighborhood, your City, and your nation, you will set an example that others may imitate. Perhaps you will be among the leaders who will guide our beloved country to new happiness and new prosperity. Who knows? Sincerely yours, PageFour THE SPECTATOR

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