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ROCHESTER

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Rochester, N. Y.

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ftentor Annual

PUBLISHED BY

CUss of June, t9l2

EAST HIGH SCHOOL

ROCHESTER, N. Y.


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To

FREDERICK BETZ

IN APPRECIATION OF HIS KEEN INTEREST IN EAST

HIGH SCHOOL AND IN THE CLASS OF JUNE, NINE-

TEEN HUNDRED TWELVE, THIS VOLUME IS

RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED.


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MR. FREDl-RICK BKTZ

Mr. Frederick Betz was born in Herborn, a small university town near

Frankfort, Germany. He came to America when very young, and attended the

public schools of Rochester. He was graduated from the University of Rochester

in 1906 with a degree of A.B. and in 1907 he took his Master degree in Arts.

He was elected a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Society. In 1906 Mr. Bet/.

began teaching in East High School.

For the four years the class of June, 1912, has been in the high school,

nearly every member has had more or less to do with Mr. Bet/. Especially

have the boys in his study room come under his influence during their high

school careers. So it is with much reluctance that the entire class takes its

departure from Mr. Betz.

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Preface

After four happy years the time has come for the class

of June, '12, to say good-bye. During our high school life we

have tried to accomplish much, and in this Senior Annual, the

last work of the class, we have tried to set down our achievements,

to chronicle our history and to publish a volume of

unusual interest to every student in East High. Such a book

increases in value as the years roll by, and will be the means

of recalling many of the pleasant friendships and happy hours

spent in our Alma Mater. If we have succeeded, we shall be

happy, but at any event we take our departure with best

wishes, for East High School, for those who have taught us,

and for the classes who shall follow us.


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CLASS

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EAST HIGH SCHOOL

Claa* of June, 1912

Master of Ceremonies c .Walter Schiebel

Class Orator .Albert Hubbard

Class Prophet Julia Rogers

Class Historian Albert Perry

Class Poet Frank G. Silvernail

Chairman of Committees

Commencement Grace Worthington

Senior Day Stuart Colvin

Picnic Sara Rosenfeld

Class Day Burbank Young

Memorial Raymond Hawkins

Commencement Calenbai

Senior Day June 14

Class Day June 13

Class Picnic June 24-26

Graduation Exercises June 25


CHAS. H. HAWKS

Vice-President

Class

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PRANK SILVERNAIL

Treasurer

BURBANK C, YOUNG

l'i eaidenl

June

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SARA ROSENFELD

Secretary

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ETHEL WEST

Assistant Treasurer


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Class $iston>

UNLIKE most historians this one does not remember whether the day

on which the glorious class of June, 1912, entered the East High School

and were accordingly enrolled as students, was rainy, sunshiny or

snowy. Suffice it to say that like all other classes before us, the summer

following our "graduation" from grammar school had wrought many changes

in our appearance. Trousers had been lengthened, hair put up on the top of

the head, and dresses given several added inches in the vain effort to escape

the horrors of being called freshmen. But all in vain, alas, our feelings were

not to be spared and like every class that preceded us and no doubt like every

class that shall follow us, we were duly received, tagged, labeled, etc., and our

labors, sorrows and joys in East High School began.

The first year, what a wonderful year that is! The new experiences, the

trials and tribulations of a stranger in a strange land are as nothing compared

with those of verdant freshman year in high school. The first class meeting!

Who can ever forget it? The excitement which always follows an organization

of freshman was not lacking at our first meeting, and the speeches, the golden

eloquence of the faculty who received us and after much good advice, wise

sayings and dignified gestures, finally announced that henceforth we were to

be called the class of June, 1912.

Of course we did not do much the first year; the school seemed to be able

to get along without sending to us for counsel so we wisely kept still and got

our bearings.

Football, that magic word, was not to remain with us long, for after what

seemed to us a single taste, the delightful morsel was taken away, and the

chance to show our real metal was at hand.

We accepted the decision and tried our best to be the same loyal East

High students in the other sports. We succeeded, and the records for the four

years will show many things which the members of the June, '12, class have

contributed to athletics.

Our class was the first to take up cross country running and the results

from this new sport speak for themselves. What was true of cross-country

running is true of everything and many are the faces which will be missed in

the various activities after the class is gone.

Dramatics seem to have been the special forte of this class. The Junior

Farce and the Senior Play were considered the best ever given in the school

and large sums were added to the class treasury by these two events. The

Junior and Senior dances were also great successes, and sleighrides, etc., were

among the social events which helped to promote friendship among the members.

To enumerate the many events in which the class has played a prominent

part would be impossible. The many track victories, the basketball championships

and cross-country successes are but a few of the honors which the class

has attained while in school. The Glee Club opera was largely possible through

the members of this class and in many ways June, '12, has tried to serve its

Alma Mater.

Not alone in social and athletic events has the class been prominent,

but studies have not been neglected. June, 1912, will be the largest class to

leave East High School and the high scholarship attributed to it is verygratifying.

But although we are leaving East High School we are not forgetting the

many excellent lessons we have learned there.

We are taking all these with us and we shall strive to maintain our high

record^ and to keep our eyes fixed on the goal to which they have been taught

to look while in East High School.

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ALBERT D. PERRY,

Historian.


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Class

Across this stormy sea of life

Our little ships must sail,

Where they must meet with hurt and strife,

Where tempests blow and winds are rife,

And may they never fail.

From out this harbor, old East High,

Full soon they set their way.

Though ignorant of how to try

Yet boldly all the risks defy,

And trustful, come what may.

When out upon that stormy sea

May Fortune still be fair;

Though some be lost, still let it be

That most shall triumph gloriously,

And win them praises fair.

And when that other shore is found,

With all the trials o'er,

May all our works with praise resound,

And Nineteen Twelve be held renowned ;

The class that we adore.

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FRANK G. SII.VKRNAIL,

Class Poet.


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Class

IT was while my brother and I were in Egypt, in the year 1930. My

brother was making an extensive study of the Sphinx and the Great

Pyramid. He wished to get photographs from every angle, and to that

end we had pitched our tent at the foot of the Sphinx.

On this particular night, Henry had taken a moonlight photograph of

the Sphinx, and had promptly gone to sleep in the tent. But I lay awake,

looking at the great riddle of the ages looming up in the moonlight; and there

in the quiet of the desert a feeling of loneliness swept over me, for I had been

abroad five years. I began to think of home and of the class of June, 1912. And

looking into the impenetrable face of the Sphinx, I sighed, "How I wish I

could see all the class now!"

Then something happened. Perhaps it was the flicker of a moonbeam, but

I could have sworn that one of those stone eyes winked. Looking down, I

noticed, for the first time, a tiny door in the front of the Sphinx. At first, I

was frightened, and thought to waken Henry. Then I decided to be worthy

of June, '12, and to explore for myself, for the moonlight was almost as bright

as day. To my surprise the door yielded to my touch. A musty odor greeted

me. Within was a small room. Along one side were ancient Egyptian chests,

while on the other, were heaps of age-old oriental fabrics.

Overcome by the heavy, penetrating odor, I sank down, still thinking of

our class of June, 1912.

"A wish, a wish, for a dream of friends

Granteth the Lord of the Nile,

For the mystic maze to thy wond'ring gaze,

Opes at the Sphinx's smile."

A thousand soft voices seemed to be chanting, and I closed my eyes.

I awoke with a start, and found myself sitting in a drug store, looking across

the street at a shop which bore the sign, Kammon, Cohn & Greenberg, Clothiers.

"What shall it be?" said a voice. "The Wisner store carries every dessert."

As I looked up, Edwin Claudius and I recognized each other.

"Welcome to Rochester!" he cried.

Suddenly there was the clatter of hoofs and a shout. I ran out and almost

knocked down a stout gentleman who was rushing by.

"My daughter!" cried Stuart Colvin, for it was he. Elmer Pammenter,

the hero of the hour, stood holding the runaway horse, while a small girl stood

unhurt by the carriage.

"I just stopped at Crump's to get a cigar," Colvin was saying to the crowd

which had quickly collected.

"Here's the doctor!" shouted the mob and parted to let Harry Burrell

through.

^The nurse is coming!" was the next cry, and Catherine Combs appeared.

"She isn't hurt at all," said Stuart, and drove quickly away.

As soon as the crowd had dispersed, I wandered into Hawkins & Adams',

Rochester s largest department store. The floor walker, I found to be Sidney

Lightstone. He had just told me that Earl Hodges and Warner Martin were

successful architects, when a familiar voice hailed me. There stood Mabel

Hewlett. In my short chat, I learned that she and Flora Hockenberger were

happily married and living on adjoining farms. She had come in to have a

to her t e eeth V ' ' ^ f ° ^ Dn R ° SS ' the dentist ' attend

My surprise at seeing so many friends had not died down as I went out

the autumn air

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A man, gazing intently at a note book, and nibbling a roll, passed me.

Two men who stood near, smiled. "That's McKown," nodded one, "America's

greatest mathematician. Why, man, he can trisect an angle,—but he never

takes time to eat." "Much I care," retorted the other, whom I recognized as

Walter Schiebel. "You undertakers, Edmund Taylor, will have me in a week.

What can a man who's running for governor do against a fellow like Al Perry!

No woman voter can resist that smile. And this is suffrage!"

"Are you a Jenningsite?" queried a voice in my ear. I turned to face

Olive Carman, armed with a package of pink tickets. "Gome to the meeting

tonight, my friend, and be converted," she said handing me a ticket.

Resolving to visit East High School, 1 took a car. There I found Eunice

Perry, who told me that she was principal of Number Twenty-Three school, where

children of several of our schoolmates attended. To further inquiries, she

replied that Irma Gibb's son was just starting in Miss Silverstein's grade, and

that the little daughters of those whom I had known as Ollie Killip and Joanna

Zielke were in Miss Newert's kindergarten.

On entering dear East High once more, I found John Ballard at home in

the character of janitor, Letah Blizard and Caroline Foster presiding in the

girls' gymnasium, and Frank Stewart in the boys'. Dorothy Dockstader was

piloting an English class through Burke, and Edna Killip was teaching chemistry.

I attended assembly and heard Mary Kellogg, a noted member of the

Tuesday Musicale, sing. I listened patiently to the speech by Edward Clement,

the American ambassador to Japan, till he began "and that reminds me of a

little joke about an Irishman," and then I slipped away.

"On the left, you see East High School," roared a voice, and the sightseeing

auto under the guidance of Harold Mills rolled past.

Just outside, I met Frieda Epstein who was running the East High lunch

room, assisted by Mattie Gunther, in co-operation with Florence Hartman and

Esther Cohen at West High. To my surprise, Frieda told me that Alan

Brown was conducting a dancing school and Mary Conley was his pianist.

"And do you know that Ruth Thommsen is a gown model in New York's

greatest fashion house?" she asked. "Georgia Plummer is head designer there."

"Have you heard anything of my old friend, Ruth Lush?" I questioned.

"Ruth Lush," she replied, "has just married an eccentric rich man. She is

noted for her interest in Free Soup for the poor."

Here, I descried a familiar form approaching. "Why Katherine Beebee!"

I cried. "Not Beebee any more," she reminded me, as we greeted each other.

"Come with me to our Political Club luncheon at Veale's, won't you?" she

asked. "No, not Teal's—Veale's. I have a paper on 'The Franchise.' We

are all crazy about politics."

At Veale's I found a very select crowd, including Rochester's social leaders,

Helen Burrell and Mona Quine, and I heard instructive papers by Helen Owen

and Vera Van Arsdale. At the end of the political discussion, I discovered

that all were happily married. Mrs. Becker had news from Clara Hopkins,

who, with her husband, was seeing France, personally conducted by Charles

Hawks. Besides, Mr. and Mrs. Gleichauf, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent. Virginia

Rice and her husband, and Marjorie David and her husband, were members

of the party. Raymond Gleichauf was running Rochester's largest grocery,

in his brother Ralph's absence.

Sara Rosenfeld, President of the club, showed us a picture she had just

received, of the wealthy Marjorie Cohn, who was in New York. The photograph

was marked, "The Cottrell Studio."

When the meeting was over, I decided to visit Adelia Venor, who, 1

heard, lived near. On my way I saw the young contractor, Charles Aufderhar,

entering Wronker's Barber Shop, and I stopped in at DeVita & Bondi's fine

fruit store. Isabelle Levy, the cashier, told me that Charles Mondo, Charles

Maggio, and Christopher Celano were getting rich from the joint ownership

of a Virginia Reel at Charlotte, where Maurice Wiesner owned the hotel.

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As I proceeded, I perceived the familiar figure of George Augustus Haskins

swinging quickly into a building. Over the entrance I read, "Matrimonial

Agency."

"Has Gus come to this?" I sighed.

As I passed by, Anna Newman at the door gave me a card. My hands were

limp with astonishment, as I saw thereon the face of my old friend Ethel West,

and read,

"I GUARANTEE TO FIND YOUR AFFINITY,

Chaperonage, Encouragement,

Poems to Order."

When I reached Adelia's I was shown in, and told that she was out in the

new auto her husband had bought from the Garson Co.

While awaiting her, I picked up the World's Work, and found Abe Ginsburg's

picture among the rich men of Wall Street, and also the life of Sadie H.

Rose, the great worker among the poor, by Cornelia Evans, the noted novelist.

Adelia had returned, and we had just greeted each other, when Lela

Brown and Winifred Rauschenbusch, who were electioneering, were shown in.

They had no sooner gone, than the bell rang again. This time it was

Harold MacCallum as an agent of Goo-ine, a new breakfast food. On the

sample package we found that Ward Gerber was inventor and manufacturer.

At last we began to talk, and Adelia told me that Valma Clark was the

founder of a girls' seminary, on the Hudson. Grace Worthington was principal

there, and Myrtle Bittner was teacher of mathematics, though she wore a

diamond. Isabel Wallace, happily married, lived nearby.

When I enquired after Hazel Wunder, I learned that she was dean of

Mt. Holyoke, where Eleanor Lerner was a foreign language teacher.

Our conversation passed to Gerritt Weston, the artist of the day, whose

portrait of Augusta Miller, New York's social leader, had won him fame.

I left Adelia's and took a car. There whom should I meet but Russell West

who, he told me, was doing solo work in a large church. When I enquired

about Ralph Armstrong, Russell laughed. "Armstrong works," he said, "in

a hammock factory. His job is to lie in the hammocks to test them."

As I looked out of the window I saw Robert Barnes bossing a gang of

laborers in fine style. Russell informed me that Charles Heath and Walter

Attridge were enjoying country life as scientific farmers. We passed Linda

Schneider's bird store, and Paul Brown & Co., Florists, quickly.

I had time only to glance at one ad. in the car, which ran, "Mint-O Gum,

Hughes & Smith Co.," before I got off.

Outside the court house among an unusual crowd, I recognized Louis

Foulkes^ the rich coffee man, and member of the Chamber of Commerce.

"It's a great day for Ezra!" he cried, and explained, "Hale is the lawyer

on the defense."

"Defense? Of whom?" I asked.

"Why Silvernail, America's great author and humorist! On trial for

breach of promise. A fine case! Rexford Morris is judge, and Edwin Costich

clerk. The court is packed."

, . . Wh en ^ouis told me that Louise McCarthy was his secretary, I asked

him if he had any more news of the class of June, '12.

Only that Arthur Gosnell makes another flight' in his aero' tonight " he

answered If Frank is convicted Art will take him straight to Australia "

By this time I was so used to surprises that I took it as a matter of

course when Marian Phe ps hailed me from her waiting auto, and bade me

enter. Marian had come from calling on Margaret Cox, an old friend of hers

and was go.ng to the Walden School to bring her young son home.

We passed Hammele s moving picture show, and DeNeve's shoe store, where

Mary Pohakoff was book-keeper, and sped into the suburbs. Through the

window of a fine home I caught a glimpse of Victor Roberts, applying the

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proverbial slipper to a small culprit while wails floated forth on the air. Next

door, Anna Parker, a dressmaker, was working in her garden.

We soon reached 'the Walden School, which was conducted on strictly

new principles. Each pupil's seat was a well-padded chair, or lounge, and

there were intermissions for yawning.

On the way back we saw Ralph Dublin, the railroad magnate, playing golf.

Then I met Frederica Summerhavs—no longer Summerhays—and she

promptly announced, "You are going to Burhank Young's wedding with me

this minute," and there I was in the great flower-decorated church, listening to

the organ pealing under the touch of Gladys Wilkins.

Then the bride, whom I recognized, and Burbank Young appeared, and

Fred Remington, the newspaper man, and Walter Hamilton as ushers and

Esther Payne as maid of honor followed. I heard Herbert Soule performing

the ceremony and Edwin Appel, the best man, sobbing loudly.

Then all was over, and I was on my way with Frederica to the performance

of the great play that night.

On the way, she told me about Florence Drumm, Clara Kaiser, Marie

Seifert, and Allie Williams, who were running a co-operative cottage in the

country for fresh air children.

But now we had reached the theater, and taken our places next to Ruth

Levy and her husband. The balcony tickets were three dollars, and no wonder,

Martha Jane Judson starred, Louise Waters played a comic part, and Margaret

Schaft was a pronounced success. The dashing hero was Willard Clark,

Kenneth Henderson the dark-haired villain, and Louis Arentz proved irresistibly

funny in a humorous role. Hut amid the lights and music, 1 grew drowsier,

and drowsier. Dimly now 1 saw Mr. Frederick Betz and his wife witnessing

the play from the nearest box. Now all was darkness. * * * * * *

Then I awoke. The morning sun was flooding the face of the Sphinx,

which had given me the glorious dream. I was no longer lonely, but happy in

thinking of the fortunate class of June, '12.

"And just as the Sphinx," 1 thought, "has stood out a glorious figure

through all the ages, so may the name and fame of our class of June, '12, forever

remain in the world."

And one of the stone eyes winked.

JULIA A. ROGHRS.

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With big chief Sully and his band

Of fearless Orient Braves,

We've jumped the reservation

We're on the warpath looking for

Some pale face scalps to raise,

Have heap big celebration

We've hit the trail, yi, yi, yi,

Blood in our eye, yi, yi, yi,

Our curdling yells are ringing,

When the game is done and we have won

Their tops knots we will wave,

Back to our wigwam bringing.

CHORUS

Yes, we'll scalp 'em, scalp 'em, scalp 'em,

Make 'em bite the dust;

We'll smear up their backs you bet,

Beat them worse than they've been yet,

We're up to the minute, always in it

And we'll rub it in;

So while we yell, they'll play like—well,

Old Orient will win.

Wit Jforget

55 55

&lma Skater

Sweet be thy memory,

High School of ours;

Fair be thy destiny,

Fadeless thy flowers;

Hearts that have loved thee

Have won in life's fight

Names that we honor

Thy standard holds bright.

Our Alma Mater dear,

To thee we sing;

May all thy future years,

New honors bring;

May friends thy banner raise

Thy foes grow less,

All love and praise

To our old E. H. S.

55 55

25oto WUoto

With flags and banners waving

We're on the job once more;

Down the field we'll go sweeping

As we roll up a score;

We've loosed our Orient bull-dogs,

And soon you will hear us roar—

Bow, wow, wow, wow, wow, wow,

Bow, wow, wow, wow, wow, wow,

Oh, we'll more than make that bunch

feel sore.

CHORUS

Plunging to the goal

They sink their teeth right in with vim;

Each man's a wonder,

They never will give in;

Bow, wow, wow, wow, wow, wow,

Ne'er falter, crash right on,

Oh we'll triumph once again;

Two thousand strong we yell—

Bow, wow, wow, for old Orient's men.

When the game is over, victorious we'll be

We'll return rejoicing to our home by the

Genesee;

And through the dusky twilight,

Our fires of victory will gleam;

Bow, wow, wow, wow, wow, wow,

Bow, wow, wow, wow, wow, wow,

As we proudly cheer that Orient Team.

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184 Park Avcnue

Adams, Wayne B.

"A harum scarum, ram statn boy."

Prepared No. 15 University of Chicago

Adkin, Vernon F. East Main Street

"Noise beseems me not."

Prepared No. 14 University of Pennsylvania

Arentz, Louis A. 139 Meigs Street

" There is a man of pluck."

Prepared No. IS Amherst

Class Basketball Team (1-2-3); Class Baseball Team (1-2); Second Football

Team (1); Football Team (2); Baseball Team (1-2); Executive

Council (2); Athletic Committee (2); Alumni Vaudeville (3); National

Board of Censorship.

Armstrong, Ralph, Pledged * Y 90 Wilmington Street

" Come sleep, O sleep, the certain knot of peace."

Prepared No. IS University of Rochester

Second Football Team (2); Glee Club (3).

Appel, Edwin J. 378 Monroe Avenue

" / do not like this fooling."

Prepared No. 15 University of Rochester

Attridge, Walter R., Pledged A K E 52 Lewis Street

" O you know him; a good allround man."

Prepared No. 14 University of Rochester

Basketball Team (4) ; Third prize Chamber of Commerce Essay Contest.

Aufderhar, Charles 105 Savannah Street

"A little nonsense, noiv and then."

Prepared No. 12 Cornell

Class Track (1-2); Captain (3-4); Class Basketball (1-2); Class Baseball

(1-2) ; Glee Club (2-3).

Aylsworth, George 91^ Donlon Street

"Popular, by ye gods."

Prepared Pueblo, Col. Undecided

Football Team (2); Basketball Team (4); Baseball Team (3-4); Captain

Baseball Team (4) ; Class President (3) ; Roman Play (2) ; Senior Play

(4); Glee Club (3); Class Baseball (1-2-3); Class Basketball Team

(1-2-3); Class Track Team (1-2).

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Ballard, John W. 246 Central Park

"This felloiv is ivise enough to play the fool,

And to do that well craves a kind of wit."

Prepared No. 27 New York University

Second Football Team (2); Glee Club (4); Orchestra (1-2-3-4); Junior

Farce (3) ; Assistant Property Manager Junior Farce (3) ; Property Manager

Senior Play (4) ; Property Manager Glee Club Comic Opera (4) ; Class

Baseball Team (3); Reader—Musical Club (4).

Barnes, Robert W. 136 Pearl Street

"A self-made man, and worships his creator."

Prepared No. 15 Cornell Agricultural

Glee Club (1-2-3-4); Class Track Team (2-3-4); Indoor Dual Track

Meet with West High (3); Assistant Manager Baseball (3); Class Cross

Country Team (3-4) ; School Cross Country Team (3-4) ; Manager Baseball

(4) ; Soccer Team (4).

Becker, Willard, Pledged ^ Y 8 Franklin Square

"Why aren't they all contented, like me?"

Prepared No. 10 University of Rochester

Patrician Pin (1); Latin Pin (1); Exchange Editor of Clarion (3); Class

Baseball Team (3); Glee Club (3-4); Assistant Editor of Clarion (4).

Beebee, Kfltherine Sara 111 Mei^s Street

"Thy smiles become thee well."

Prepared No. 12 Mechanics Institute

Hittner, Myrtle May 369 Portland Avenue

"In youthfu' bloom, love sparkling in her e'e."

Concord School University of Rochester

Interclass Gym Meet (1-2); Cosmos Club (3); German Club (2-4);

Debating Society (4) ; Quiz Committee (4) ; Arbor Day Committee (4).

Blauw, Ernestine J. 146 Rosedale Street

"To be strong is to be happy."

Prepared No. 15 Undecided

Senior Dance Committee (4) ; German Club (4).

Blizard, Letah Feme 126 Melville Street

"There are loyal hearts, there are spirits brave."

Prepared No. 33 Rochester Normal School

Interclass Meet (1-2); Captain of Hockey Team (2-3); Captain of Basketball

Team (3-4); "Children's Crusade" (1).

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Bondi, Anthony 331 North Union Street

"A quiet man; upon my word, a quiet man."

Prepared No. 27 Buffalo Medical College

Brown, Alan Dewitt 1186 Lake Avenue

"And why should life all labor be?"

Prepared No. 31 College Undecided

Hockey Team (4).

Brown, Lela 46 College Avenue

"In compagnie we will have no deb at."

Prepared Toronto, Canada University of Rochester

Vice-President Debating Team (4) ; East High vs. West High Debating

Team (3-4).

Brown, William Paul 96 South Washington Street

"There are others as pleased with myself as I am."

Prepared Immaculate Conception School

Princeps (4) ; Alternate, Debating Team (4).

Fordham University School of Medicine

Brownell, Mildred Helen 6 Portsmouth Terrace

"Most entertaining."

Prepared Miss Hakes' School Undecided

Bullock, Grace Lennox 39 Calumet Street

"Passion and pride were to her soul unknown."

Prepared No. 23 Rochester Normal

Burrell, Helen 42 North Goodman Street

"The little maiden walked demure

Pacing with downward eyelids."

Prepared Francis Parker School Undecided

Class Treasurer (1); Class Secretary (2); Glee Club (2-3); Junior

Dance Committee (3); Class Day Committee (4).

Carman, Olive o9 TT . „ ,

il Upton Park

"A being from another sphere."

Prepared No. 31 TT , . , .

Undecided

Celano, Chris A. oo Tr n

II Vetter Street

"A steady, sober sort of citizen."

Prepared No. 27 University of' Syracuse, Law Dept

Glee Club (2-3-4).

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Challice, Charles, Jr. 1652 Main Street East

"Who talks, and talks, and talks-

Prepared No. 12 University of Rochester

Class Baseball (1-2); Latin Play (1-2); Class Track Team (1-2); Class

Basketball Team (3-4); Glee Club (2-3-4); Assistant Manager Debating

Team (3) ; Manager Debating Team (4) ; Study Room Basketball Team

(1-3-4); Class Treasurer (2); Class President Jan. '12 (4); Junior Farce;

Assistant Business Manager Junior Farce; Commencement Decoration

Committee for 1911; Junior Prom. Committee; Executive Council (3-4);

Chairman Music and Literary Committee (4) ; Debating Pin (4) ; Senior

Dance Committee, Jan. '12; Chairman Senior Day Committee, Jan. '12;

Senior Class Publication Board, Jan. '12.

Clark, Valma

Prepared No. 15

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"She hath two eyes so soft and brown—

She gives a side-glance and looks down."

Patrician (1-2-3-4) ; German Club (4).

636 East Avenue

Wellesley

Clark, Willard H. 228 Milburn Street

"Fun 1 love, but English more."

Prepared No. 23 Undecided

Class Baseball (3-4); Class Basketball (3-4); Class Track (3); Second

Basketball Team (4); Basketball Team (4); Baseball Squad (4).

Claudius, Edwin D. 171 Pearl Street

"That amiable brute."

Prepared Syracuse Syracuse University

Glee Club (4); Study Room Basketball Team (4); Cross Country (4).

Clement, Edward J. 125 Westminster Road

"A modest youth out of his carol."

Prepared Tokyo, Japan Lehigh College

Class Baseball (2-3); Captain Class Baseball (3); Class Track (3-4);

Class Soccer (4); Baseball Team (4); Soccer (4); Clarion Pin (4).

Cohen, Charles Abe 411 Joseph Avenue

" lie knows it all—he knows he knows."

Prepared No. 9 Buffalo University

Study Room Basketball (1-2, Captain 3-4) ; Class Basketball (2-3-4) ; Second

Basketball Team (3); Class Baseball (3-4).

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Cohen, Esther D. 16 Sellinger Street

" What should we do without her?"

Prepared No. 20 Rochester Normal

German Club (1-2); German Play (2); Girls' Debating Society.

Cohn, Marjorie A. Seneca Hotel

" One among many."

Prepared No. 23 > Wellesley

Patrician (1).

Colvin, Stuart J. 117 Westminster Road

"A babe in the house is a well spring of pleasure.''

Prepared No. 15 University of Rochester

Orchestra (4); Glee Club (3-4); Male Quartet (4); Glee Club Comic

Opera (4) ; Consulting Electrician Comic Opera (4) ; Electrician Senior

Play (4) ; German Club (4) ; Chairman Senior Day Committee (4).

Cottrell, Roy W. Sodus Point, N. Y.

" Sober, steadfast and demure."

Prepared No. 12 Undecided

Patrician (1-2-3-4) ; Treasurer of "German Club."

Conley, Mary Victoria 176 Selye Terrace

"A good companion and as firm a friend."

Prepared Nazareth Rochester Conservatory of Music

Girls' Debating Society.

Costich, Edwin H. 15 Rjdgeway Avenue

" For silence in a man is golden."

Prepared No. 23 University of Michigan

Cottrell, Roy W. Sodus Point, N. Y.

"Ful big he was of braun and eke of bones."

Prepared Sodus University of Rochester

Captain Reserve Basketball (4) ; Captain Study Room Basketball (4) ; Class

Basketball (4); Track Team (4).

Cox, Margaret M. 241 Lyndhurst Street

"An artless maid."

Prepared Cathedral School Business School

Crump, Samuel Lee Pittsford, N. Y.

" Not much talk, but a great sweet silence."

Prepared Pittsford High School Mechanics Institute

Class Cross Country (3).

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Davis, Mildred Louise 68 Rosedale Street

" Flooding the air with melodies."

Prepared No. 23 Undecided

Glee Club (4) ; Octette (4).

David, Marjorie 9 P^ast Boulevard

"She ivas beauty's queen and good beyond compare."

Prepared by Tutor Wellesley

Patrician (3).

DeNeve, Warren H. 1630 East Main Street

" Be good and you'll be happy."

Prepared No. 33 Undecided

DeVito, Michael A. R. 27 Kit/, Street

" Life lies only in success."

Prepared No. 27 University of Rochester

Class Basketball (3); Glee Club (2-3-4).

Dockstader, Dorothy Leona 52 Harlem Street

" Deeds are better things than words."

Prepared No. 23 University of Rochester

Drumm, Florence 184 Laburnum Crescent

" Still waters run deep."

Prepared No. 15 Mechanics Institute

Glee Club (3-4).

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Dublin, Ralph Louis 47 Shepard Street

" He is a very good felloiv."

Prepared No. 23 Columbia University

Epstein, Frieda M. 110 Harvard Street

" Thrifty, too, beyond her age."

Prepared Johnsonburg, Pa. Benjamin Dean School

Ernisse, Charles Irondequoit, N. Y.

" That modest grace subdued my soul."

Prepared No. 3 University of Rochester

Evans, Cornelia Rose 18 1-2 Birch Crescent

" We find in her the charm of personality."

Prepared Nazareth Academy University of Rochester

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Foley, Marie C. 393 Clinton Avenue North

" She had a sunny nature."

Prepared St. Bridget's School Undecided

Foster, Caroline E. 179 Melville Street

" Weary looks, yet tender."

Prepared No. 33 Rochester Normal Training School

Captain of Field Hockey Team (2-3); Interclass Meet (1-2); Basketball

Team (3-4); "Children's Crusade" (1).

Foulkes, Louis S., Jr. 15 Buena Place

" He is in love, but not alone."

Prepared No. IS Cornell

Secretary Class (1) ; Secretary and Treasurer Debating Society (2) ; Class

Track Team (2-3-4) ; Class Soccer Team (4) ; Class Basketball Team (4) ;

Class Baseball Team (3) ; Track Team (4) ; Relay Team (4).

Garson, L. Harold 2030 East Avenue

" Life ivas made for love and cheer."

Prepared No. 23 Philadelphia Textile School

Roman Play (1); Class Track Team (2-3-4).

Gerber, Ward L. 40 Vick Park B

"Why, you little rascal, you!"

Prepared No. 23 Undecided

Gibbs, Erma Mae 26 Arlington Street

" Oh, your sweet eyes, your low replies."

Prepared No. 31 Mechanics Institute

Ginsburg, A. R. Wilkes-Barre, Pa.

" This ivorld belongs to the energetic."

Prepared No. 10 Harvard

Princeps (1-3); Patrician (1-2); Assistant Manager Optimates Party (3);

Publicum Concilium (2-3); Business Manager Vox Populi (3); Manager

January '13 Class Debating Team (3); Debating Team (3); West High

Debate (3); Leader Ithaca Debate (3); Secretary Debating Society (3);

Debating Pin (3); Assistant Advertising Manager Clarion (2); Adver-

tising Manager Clarion (2); Assistant Business Manager Clarion (3);

Business Manager Clarion (3) ; Clarion Pin (2) ; News Editor Clarion (3) ;

Athletic Editor Clarion (3); Assistant Editor Clarion (2); Clarion Board

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(2-3) ; Executive Council (2-3) ; President Executive Council and Students'

Association (3) ; Assistant Advertising Manager '11 Midyear (2) ; Assist-

ant Advertising Manager '11 Annual (2) ; Assistant Manager Basketball

Souvenir (2) ; Manager Basketball Souvenir (3) ; Business Manager Senior

Annual (3) ; Committee on Revision of Constitution (3) ; Athletic Day Com-

mittee (3); Class Basketball (1); Publication Committee (2-3); Debating

Society (3).

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Gleichauf, Ralph 170 Edgerton Street

" None but himself can be his parallel."

Prepared No. IS Amherst

Class Baseball Team (2) ; Second Football Team (3) ; Junior Prom. Com-

mittee (3) ; Princeps (2) ; Roman Play (2) ; Class Numeral Committee

(3-4); Class Sleighride Committee (2); Class Basketball Team (2); Class

Track Team (3) ; Study Room Basketball Team (2-3) ; Captain Study Room

Team (3); Alumni Vaudeville (4).

Gleichauf, E. Ray 170 Edgerton Street

"Much study is a weariness to the flesh."

Prepared No. 15 Dartmouth

Class Basketball (1-2-3) ; Class Baseball (1-2) ; Football Team (2) ; Alumni

Vaudeville (3) ; Alumni Play (3) ; Study Room Basketball (3-4) ; Glee Club

(4) ; Pontifex Maximus; Roman Play (4) ; Class Day Committee (4).

Goldstein, Isadore 56 Vienna Street

" Cares not a pin what they said or may say."

Prepared No. 18 Undecided

Orchestra (1-2-3); Class Cross Country Team (4); Soccer Team (4);

Class Soccer Team (4).

Gordon, Constance 69 George Street

"A rosebud set with little wilful thorns."

Prepared No. 15 Undecided

Glee Club (3-4) ; Graduation Committee (4).

Gosnell, Arthur J., Pledged * Y 27 Thayer Street

" Thou hast even more than thou showest."

Prepared No. 23 University of Rochester

Assistant Class Treasurer (1); Patrician (3); Princeps (3); Senior Play

(4) ; Class Memorial Committee (4) ; Senior Picnic Committee (4).

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Greenburg, Morton L. 22 Cornell Street

" His head is full of learning."

Prepared No. 9 Undecided

Guenther, Mattie E. 801 Blossom Road

" The deepest man is e'er a puzzle to the common lot."

Prepared No. 23 Rochester Normal Training

Haag, Alma 71 Scio Street

"Hang sorrow, let's be merry."

Prepared No. 14 Undecided

Glee Club (4).

Hale, Ezra A., Pledged A K E 19 Prince Street

" One of the superior brand."

Prepared No. 3 University of Rochester

Princeps (1-2); Chess Team (3); Study Room Basketball Team (3-4);

Class Baseball Team (3); Class Track Team (3); Basketball Team (4).

Hamilton, Walter 28 Park Avenue

" He is a quiet lad."

Prepared Oklahoma City Undecided

Debating Society (3-4) ; Class Debating Team (4).

Hammele, Edward 63 Culver Road

" A lad of worth, 'tis claimed."

Prepared Blessed Sacrament School University of Rochester

Glee Club (1); Baseball Team (3).

Hartman, Florence Marie 37 East Avenue

"Rich in common sense."

Prepared No. 14 University of Rochester

Haskins, G. Augustus 2075 East Avenue

"Hear ye not the hum of mighty workings?"

Prepared No. 23 Cornell

Latin Play (2) ; Assistant Manager Populares Party (3) ; Glee Club (4-5) ;

Senior Play (4); Manager of Populares Party (4-5); Magister Equitum

(4); Publicum Concilium (4-5); Princeps Maximus (4); Patrician (4);

Assistant Editor of Clarion (4) ; Class Debating Manager (4) ; Graduation

Announcement Committee (4) ; Class Day Committee (4) ; Exchange Editor

of Clarion (4); Class Orator (4); Consul Roman State (4-5); Clarion

Pin (4) ; Press Club (5) ; Cast Comic Opera (5) ; Senior Dance Committee

(5); Assistant Cheer Leader (5); Male Quartette (5); Senior Board (5);

Advertising Manager of Comic Opera (5).

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Hawkins, Raymond W. 615 Grand Avenue

"A square set lad, and honest."

Prepared Perry High School University of Rochester

Class Colors Committee (1); Patrician (3); Glee Club (4); Senior Play

(4) ; Assistant Manager Comic Opera (4) ; Chairman Class Memorial Committee

(4) ; German Club (4) ; Debating Team (4).

Hawks, Charles H., Jr. 172 Meigs Street

" His smiles are truly winning."

Prepared No. 15 University of Rochester

Class Track Team (1-2-3-4); Class Relay Team (1-2-3); Class Baseball

Team (3-4) ; Class Cross Country Team (3) ; Class Soccer Team (4) ; Class

Yell Committee (1); Class Numeral Committee (3); Chairman Senior

Sleighride Committee (4); Class Vice-President (3-4); Assistant Manager

Track Team (3); Manager Cross Country Team (4); Manager Track

Team (4) ; Manager Medley Relay Team (4) ; Soccer Team (4) ; Executive

Council (4) ; Glee Club (3-4) ; Clarion Pin (4) ; Clarion Board (4) ; Senior

Annual Board (4) ; Athletic Editor Clarion (4) ; Athletic Editor Senior

Annual (4) ; Assistant Business Manager Senior Play (4) ; German

Club (4).

Heath, Charles O. 45 Sycamore Street

"Speed and efficiency—efficiency and speed."

Prepared No. 24 Cornell

Class Track Team (1-2-3-4); Captain of Class Track Team (3-4); Class

Cross Country Team (3-4); Captain of Cross Country Team (3-4); Class

Soccer Team (4) ; Captain of Class Soccer Team (4) ; Track Team

(1-2-3-4); Captain of Track Team (3); Cross Country Team (3); Captain

of Cross Country Team (4), resigned; Soccer Team (4) ; Vice-President

of Class (2) ; Executive Council (4) ; Chairman of Athletic Committee

(4); Press Club (3-4); Secretary of Press Club (4); Medley Relay

Team (2-4).

Henderson, Kenneth M. 22 Meigs Street

" A good knight and a true."

Prepared No. 15

Class Pin Committee (1); Class Baseball (1-2); Class Treasurer (3);

Co-chairman Senior Dance Committee (4) ; Press Club (4) ; Treasurer Press

Club (4) ; Senior Day Committee (4) ; Senior Picnic Committee (4).

Hewlett, Mabel Gertrude Irondequoit, N. Y.

" Of manners gentle, of affection mild."

Prepared Irondequoit Union School University of Rochester

Hockenberger, Flora May Union Hill, N. Y.

" Buxom, blithe and debonair."

Prepared Webster Grammar School Smith College

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Hodges, Earl C.

" A bashful laddie."

385 Barrington Street

Prepared Jamestown High School, Jamestown, N. Y. Cornell

Hopkins, Clara Kingsburg 208 Westminster Road

" Tell me, my heart, if this be love."

Prepared Rome, N. Y. Undecided

Glee Club (4).

Hubbard, Albert H. East Rochester, N. Y.

"In ivit a man, simplicity a child."

Prepared No. 23 . Mechanics Institute

Class Basketball (3); Class Baseball (4); Orchestra (2-3-4); Glee Club

(3-4) ; Senior Play (4) ; Comic Opera (4) ; Reader of Glee Club (4) ; Class

Orator (4).

Hughes, Allen H., Pledged * Y 23 Audubon Street

"May he live to be as old as his jokes."

Prepared Cascadilla University of Rochester

Hummel, Chester F. 42 Lowell Street

" Thought made him."

Prepared No. 20 University of Rochester

Jennings, Lois Valesca 28 Rowley Street

"Her look was like a sad embrace."

Prepared No. 15 Undecided

Judson, Martha Jane 499 Culver Road

" To social glee inspired,

And pleased to be admired."

Prepared No. 31 Miss Madeira's, Washington

Glee Club (3-4) ; Mixed Quartette (3) ; Junior Farce (3) ; Senior Play (4) ;

Comic Opera (4) ; Class Day Committee (4) ; Graduation Committee (4) ;

Mixed Octette (4) ; Class Pin Committee (1).

Kaiser, Clara Anna 13 Tracy Street

" Wreathed smiles."

Prepared No. 15 University of Rochester

Glee Club (3-4).

Kamman, Isadore 35 Hand Street

"Nature made but one such man, and broke the die."

Prepared No. 9 University of Rochester

Kellogg, Mary Elizabeth 120 Crosman Terrace

"Blithe as the air."

Prepared No. 31 Undecided

Glee Club (2-3-4); Comic Opera (4).

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Killip, Edna M. 249 Avenue A

"A silent girl, she bore the look of wisdom."

Prepared No. 8 Undecided

Patrician III-2.

Killip, Olive Christine 92 Harper Street

"A violet by a mossy brook

Half hidden from the eye."

Prepared No. 31 Boston Conservatory of Music

Kurtz, Louis W. 14 Canfield Place

"Oft hath music soothed the melancholy of his soul."

Prepared No. IS Carnegie Technical School, Pittsburgh, Pa.

Lerner, Eleanor Hurmione 126 Lyndhurst Street

"Moving side by side with wisdom."

Prepared Russian Gymnasium University of Rochester

Levy, Isabelle 24 Rhine Street

"Maiden! With the meek brown eyes."

Prepared No. 18 Rochester Normal Training School

Levy, Ruth A. 15 Boardman Street

"There's many a black, black eye, they say,

Hut none so bright as mine."

Prepared No. 15 Mt. Ida, Newton, Mass.

Li^htstone, Sidney 18 Swan Street

"Behold the child pleased with a rattle;

Tickled with a straw."

Prepared No. 10 Undecided

Lush, Marian Ruth 6 Norwood Street

"Rare compound of oddity, frolic and fun."

Prepared No. 31 Mechanics Institute

Serva at Roman Banquet (1); Cosmos Club (2-3); Debating Society (4);

Graduation Committee (4) ; Arbor Day Committee (4).

MacCallum, Harold A. 619 Monroe Avenue

"Fearfully wise, he shakes his empty head."

Prepared No. IS University of Rochester

Class Basketball Team (1); Roman Banquet Committee (2); Study Room

Basketball Team (2); Class Baseball Team (2-3); Class Indoor Track

Team (3); Class Outdoor Track Team (3); Glee Club (3-4); Captain

Class Baseball (4).

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Maggio, Charles

"At school for Iris health."

13 Wangman Street

Prepared No. 27 University of Buffalo, College of Medicine

Orchestra (1-3); Class Basketball (1-2-3-4); Study Room Basketball

(1.2-3-4); Class Baseball (1-2); Baseball Team (3-4); Basketball Team

(4) ; Class Track Team (1-2).

Martin, R. Warner West Henrietta

"Imbued ivith the sanctity of reason."

Prepared No. 12 Cornell

Glee Club (4).

McCarthy, Louise J. 272 Alexander Street:

"The land of joy lies all before her eyes."

Prepared No. 15 R- B. I.

Patrician (1).

McKown, Samuel Camphell, Jr. 88 Barrington Street;

"Like thee, where shall I find another?"

Prepared No. 23 Williams College

Track Team (4) ; Patrician (4) ; Class Track Team (3-4) ; Chess Team

(3-4) ; Assistant Manager Chess Team (3) ; Manager Chess Team (4) ;

President Chess Club (4) ; Second Soccer Team (4) ; Class Soccer Team

(4) ; Princeps (4).

Michelson, Clara L. 198 North ClintoJ

"An honest man's the noblest work of God."

Prepared No. 16 Mechanics Institute

Miller, Augusta M. 370 Alexander Street

"She moves a goddess and she looks a queen."

Prepared Los Angeles, California

Senior Play (4).

Mills, Harold Americus 202 Edgerton Street

"Oh," said the little fly on the back of the coach,

"See what a dust I've kicked up!"

Prepared Los Angeles, California University of Rochester

Mondo, Charles J. 22 Vetter Street

"He appears very quiet, but "

Prepared No. 27 Syracuse College

Class Basketball Team (1) ; Study Room Basketball Team (1-2) ; Glee Club

(3-4).

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Morris, Rexford 294 Rosewood Terrace

"Another little lamb."

Prepared Trumansburg High School, N. Y. Cornell

Class Debating Team (4).

Neivert, Fannie 528 Clinton Avenue North

"Sparkling with silent laughter."

Prepared No. 9 Rochester Normal Training School

Committee of 33 (2).

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Newman, Anna E. 4 ( ) Arch Street

"There is none like her, none."

Prepared Providence, R. I. Undecided

Owen, Helen Mildred 190 Laburnum Crescent

"Oh, gracious, ivhy wasn't I horn old and ugly/"

Prepared No. 23 Mechanics Institute

Pammentcr, Elmer K. [rondequoit, N. Y.

"Little, but O, mvf"

Prepared [rondequoit Union School Cornell

Class Track Team (1-2-3-4); Class Baseball Team (1-2-3); Study Room

Basketball Team (1-2); Soccer Team (4); Captain Soccer Team (4); In-

door Track Team (4).

Parker, Anna 1 Ariel Park

"I knew the right

And did it."

Prepared Buffalo, N. V. Rochester Normal

Payne, Esther Wiltse 24 South Union Street

"A life that moves to gracious ends."

Prepared Nashville, Tenn. Mechanics Institute

Perry, Albert D. 35 Sumner Park

"In very truth, 'twould seem the child hath brains."

Prepared No. 15 ('Diversity of Wisconsin

Secretary of Class (3); Executive Council (4); Publication Committee

(4) ; Chairman of Publication Committee (4) ; Secretary of Executive

Council and Students' Association (4) ; Clarion Board (4) ; Class Track

Team (3) ; Class Cross Country Team (4) ; Associate Editor of Clarion

(4) ; Class Soccer Team (4) ; Clarion Pin (4) ; Athletic Editor of Clarion

(4) ; Class Historian (4) ; Athletic Day Committee (4) ; Second Prize

Civic Improvement Essays (4) ; Glee Club (4) ; Cross Country Team (4) ;

Editor of Basketball Souvenir (4); Senior Annual Board (4); Clatt Daj

Committee (4) ; Editor-in-Chief of Senior Annual (4).

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Perry, Eunice E. 51 Harlem Streetj

"A gentle maiden."

Prepared No. 15 Undecided

Phelps, Marian

"Good without pretense."

22 Vick Park B

Prepared No. 23 Mechanics Institute

Plummer, Georgia M. 59 Oxford Street;

"In her 'twas natural to please."

Prepared No. 15 Mechanics Institute

Poliakoff, Mary R. 1 U Portland Avenue

"Blest with plain reason."

Prepared No. 9 Business College

German Club (1-2); German Play (2); Girls' Debating Club.

Quine, Mona Redman 90 Park Avenue;

"Dignity in every gesture."

Prepared Columbia School Mechanics Institute

Militum Tribune (2) ; Viginti Viri Sex (2) ; Junior Prom Committee (3) ;

Class Day Committee (4) ; Senior Dance Committee (4).

Rauschenbusch, Winifred 4 Portsmouth Terrace

"Hands that the rod of empire might have swayed."

Prepared Germany Undecided

President of Girls' Debating Society (3-4) ; Leader of Girls' Debating

Team (3) ; Debating Team (4).

Rice, Virginia F. 94 Berkeley Street

"Her lively looks a sprightly mind disclosed."

Prepared No. 23 • Wellesley

Patrician (2).

Remington, Fred. Pledged. A K E 44 Quincy Street

"Quality, not quantity."

Prepared No. 33 University of Rochester

Class President (1); Class Numeral Committee (2); Class Yell Committee

(2) ; Class Treasurer (2) ; Class Baseball Manager (2) ; Executive

Council (2); Class Pin Committee (2); Junior Dance Committee (3);

Junior Farce (3); Class Soccer Team (4); German Club (4); Senior

Sleighride Committee (4) ; Press Club (4) ; Senior Annual Board (4) ;

Athletic Editor Senior Annual (4) ; Basketball Manager (4).

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Roberts, Victor H. 71 Park Avenue

"Condensed energy on a large scale."

Prepared No. 14 Undecided

Roman Banquet (1); Latin Play (2); President Debating Society (5);

Debating Team (4-5) ; Debating Pin (4) ; Leader Syracuse Debating Team

(5); Leader West High Debating Team (5); Glee Club (5); Reader of

Glee Club (5); Syracuse Debate (4); Clyde Debate (3); West High

Debate (3-4).

Robfogel, Minnie 48 Gotham Street

"Still achieving."

Prepared No. 9 Undecided

Rogers, Julia A. 36 Shafer Place

"This life is all chequered VJtth pleasures and woes."

Prepared No. 31 University of Rochester

Patrician (1-2-3); Tennis Association (3); Senior Annual Board (4);

Class Prophet (4).

Rose, Sadie H.

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"Her open eyes desire the truth."

Prepared No. 9 University of Rochester

Patrician (2-3-4); Debating Team (3); Debating Pin (3); Secretary

Girls' Debating Society (4).

Rosenfeld, Sara Etnelie 200 Culver Road

"So sweet a face, such ant/el grace."

Prepared No. 23 Wellesley

Girls' Glee Club (1-3); Class Pin Committee (1); Augur (3); Quaestor

(4) ; Publicum Concilium (4) ; Junior Farce (3) ; Class Secretary (4) ;

Senior Dance Committee (4) ; Graduation Announcement Committee (4).

Ross, Edward George 55 Saranac Street

"When Greek meets Greek "

Prepared No. 8 University of Pennsylvania, Dental Department

Glee Club (4) ; Treasurer Greek Iliad Class (4).

Schafer, Anna G. 15 Lamont Place

"Her strength is as the strength of ten."

Prepared No. 33 Chicago College of Osteopathy

"Children Crusade" (1); Manager of Hockey Team (2-3); Interchip

Meet (3); President of Cosmos Club (3); Basketball Team (3-4).

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Schaft, Margaret D. 321 University Avenue

"Large blue eyes, fair locks and snowy hands."

Prepared Corpus Christi Undecided

Senior Play (4).

Schiebel, Walter J. E. 34 Harris Street

"And a little child shall lead them."

Prepared No. 8 University of Michigan

Class Basketball (2-3-4); Manager Class Basketball (1); Captain Class

Basketball (3); Class Baseball (2-3); Class Track (1-2-3); Football

Squad (2) ; Second Basketball Team (3) ; Study Room Basketball (1-2-3-4) ;

Captain Study Room Basketball (4) ; Glee Club (2-3-4) ; Manager Glee

Club (4) ; Mixed Quartette (2-4) ; Cheer Leader (4) ; Executive Council

(4) ; Chairman Music and Literary Committee (4) ; Senior Play (4) ;

Master of Ceremonies, Senior Day (4); Baseball Team (4).

Schneider, Linda 271 Pacific Street

"A heart to pity and a hand to bless."

Prepared No. 24 University of Rochester

Patrician (1-2-3-4).

Seifert, Marie Cathryn 25 Oakman Street

"A friendly heart with many friends."

Prepared No. 20 University of Rochester

Silvernail, Frank G. 177 Pearl Stree

" I'm nae poet, but just a rhymer-like, by chance."

Prepared No. 15 Undecided

Class President (2); Executive Council (3-4); Secretary of Executive

Council and Students' Association (3-4) ; Secretary of Chess Club (3) ;

Glee Club (3-4) ; Stage Manager Junior Farce (3) ; Stage Manager

Senior Play (4) ; Stage Manager Comic Opera (4) ; Clarion Board (3-4) ;

Literary Editor Clarion (4) ; Treasurer of Class (4) ; Clarion Pin (4) ;

Class Poet (4) ; Senior Annual Board (4) ; Associate Editor Senior Annual

(4) ; Senior Dance Committee (4) ; German Club (4) ; Arbor Day Poet (4) ;

Publication Committee (3-4).

Silverstein, Stella D. 38 Hanover Stree!

"You were born for something great."

Prepared No. 9 Rochester Normal

German Club (1-2) ; German Play (2) ; Second Debating Team (4).

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Smith, Elmer K. 6 Oscar Street

"/ was not born for courts or great affairs;

I pay my debts, believe, and say my prayers."

Prepared No. 8 Syracuse University

Summerhays, Emma Erederica 409 Park Avenue

"How far this little candle throws its beams."

Prepared No. 15 Wells College

Patrician (2-3); Glee Club (4).

Soule, Herbert C, Jr. Pledged AY 19 Strathallan Park

"lie thinks too much; such men are dangerous."

Prepared No. 15 University of Rochester

Chairman Class Pin Committee (1); Executive Council (1); Orchestra

(1-2-3-4); Manager Orchestra (4); Junior Farce (3); President of Class

(3) ; Junior Dance Committee (3) ; Patrician (1-2) ; Princeps (1) ; Publicum

Concilium (4) ; Manager Senior Play (4) ; Manager Comic Opera (4) ;

Senior Annual Board (4) ; Manager Senior Annual (4) ; President of

German Club (4).

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Stewart, Frank Mc-rritt 29 Meigs Street

"With a smile that is child like and bland."

Prepared Penn Yan Academy Cornell

Class Track Team (1-2-3-4); Class Cross Country Team (3-4); Class

Baseball Team (2) ; Class Relay Team (2) ; Captain Class Cross Country

Team (4) ; Track Team (2-3-4) ; Captain Track Team (4) ; Cross Country

Team (3-4); Captain Cross Country Team (3); Relay Team (3-4);

Medley Relay Team (4) ; Captain Relay Team (4) ; Captain Medley

Relay Team (4); Soccer Team (4).

Sunderlin, L. E. 168 Rutgers Street

" He needs no eulogy;

He speaks for himself."

Prepared No. 23 University of Rochester

Assistant Debating Manager (3); Debating Manager (4); Tennis Team

(4); Hockey Team (3-4); Glee Club (1-2-3); Secretary and Treasurer of

Tennis Association (3); Debating Society (3-4); Junior Prom. Committee;

Chairman of Commencement Invitation Committee (4) ; Class Pin Com-

mittee; Class Day Committee; Debating Pin (4).

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Surgenor, F. Porter. Pledged * Y Pittsford

"The observed of all observers."

Prepared No. 12 A n n Arbor ' Mich>

Class Secretary, June '11; Captain Basketball Team (2); Captain Study

Room Basketball Team (2); Class Baseball Team (1-2); Class President,

June '11 (2); Chairman Pin Committee (1); Athletic Committee (1-2);

Roman Play (2) ; Glee Club (1-2-3-4) ; Manager, Leader Glee Club (3-4) ;

Quartette (3-4); Consel Roman State (3); Chairman Junior Prom. Com-

mittee (3); Class Treasurer, June '11 (3); Second Football Team (3);

Property Manager Junior Farce (3); Senior Play (4); Cheer Leader (4);

Chairman Dance Committee (4) ; Vice-President Executive Council (4) ;

Senior Day Committee (4).

Taylor, Edmund R.

"Doing nothing with a great deal of skill."

202 Alexander Street

Prepared No. 15 Colgate.

Thomssen, Ruth M.

"A creature not too bright or good

For human nature's daily food."

Prepared No. 26 Michigan State Normal College

Tout, Hazel Evelina 509 Oxford Street

"Nothing can describe her, nor word, nor tongue, nor pen."

Prepared No. 33 Undecided

Cosmos Club (2-3) ; Senior Annual Stenographer (4).

Trotsky, Garson 48 Weld Stree!

"Handsome is as handsome does."

Prepared No. 18 Undecided

Van Arsdale, Vera 300 Alexander Stree

"An open-hearted maiden."

Prepared No. IS Undecided

Veale, Arthur Warren 77 Avenue <

"Young Lochinvar has come out of the West."

Prepared No. 8 Undecided

Venor, Adelia J. 24 Rugby Aveni

"Light was she and like a fairy."

Prepared No. 14 Mechanics Institute

Senior Play (4).

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Vincent, Eugene J. 69 Brunswick Avenue

"He's a con man."

Prepared No. 33 University of Michigan

Praetor (2) ; Publicum Concilium (2) ; Assistant Electrician Junior Farce

(3); Electrician Senior Play (4); Senior Play (4); Class Baseball (4);

Senior Day Committee (4); Glee Club (3-4).

Walden, George H., Jr. 63 Edmonds Street

"He hath dabbled with the lightnings "

Prepared No. 10 University of Rochester

President of Cosmos Club (2) ; Glee Club (4) ; Assistant Electrician Senior

Play (4); Class Debating Team (4); Electrician Comic Opera (4).

Wallace, Isabel King 37 Gibbs Sm-et

"Wearing all that weight of learning lightly like a flower."

Prepared Chicago University of Rochester

Patrician (1-2-3-4); Treasurer of Class (2); Cosmos Club (1-2-3); Secre-

tary of Cosmos Club (3); Publicum Concilium (4); Glee Club (4);

Secretary of Iliad Greek Class (4); "Children's Crusade" (1); Graduation

Committee (4); Tennis Association (3).

Waters, Louise 40 North Goodman Stint

"She speaks, behaves, and aits, just as she ought."

Prepared No. 8 Undecided

Junior Farce (3) ; Senior Play (4).

West, Ethel Egbert 159 Meigs Street

"A merrier maid I've never spent an hum's talk withal."

Prepared St. Paul, Minn. Denison University, Ohio.

Glee Club (4) ; Assistant Class Treasurer (4) ; President of Iliad Greek

Class (4).

West, Russell E. 159 Meigs Street

"This is no place for a minister's son."

Prepared St. Paul Minn. Denison University, Ohb

Class Baseball (1-2); Class Track (1-2); Class Basketball (4); Srudv

Room Basketball (3-4); Senior Vacation Committee (4).

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Weston, Gerritt Osgood 368 Grand Avenu

"By their works ye shall know them."

Prepared Manchester High School University of Rochester

Class Color Committee (1); Class Soccer (4); Second Soccer (4); Senior

Annual Board (4) ; Art Editor Senior Annual (4).

Wiesner, Maurice W. 19 Hart Stree

"The cheerful man is king."

Prepared No. 20 Cornell

Williams, Allie I. Spencerport, N. \

"A perfect woman, nobly planned."

Prepared Ann Arbor, Mich. Undecided

Wilkins, Gladys Leola 19 Harvard Stree

"She is the mirrour of alle conrtesie."

Prepared No. 15 Undecided

Class Pin Committee (1); Orchestra (3-4); Glee Club (3-4); Memorial

Committee (4).

Wisner, Harry H. 544 Parsells Avenu

"He's a pretty good scout."

Prepared Lowville, N. Y. Undecided

Study Room Basketball Team (2-3); Class Track (3); Class Basketball

(3) ; Baseball Team (3).

Worthington, Grace 6 Upton Parl

"Eyes too expressive to be blue,

Too lovely to be grey."

Prepared No. 31 Smith College

Patrician (1-2-3-4); Graduation Committee (4); Senior Sleighride Com-

mittee (4) ; German Club (4) ; Secretary of German Club (4) ; Publicum

Concilium (3); Corresponding Secretary of Publicum Concilium (4).

Wronker, Simon Lewis 79 Lyndhurst Stree

"Three fifths of him genius, the rest sheer fudge."

Prepared No. 15 Long Island College Hospital

Interclass Basketball (1-2); Roman Trial (2); Interclass Track Meet (2).

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Wunder, Hazel Margaret 724 North Street

"JVith all grace of womanhood."

Prepared Concord School Normal Training School

Vice-President of Class (1); "Children's Crusade" (1); Girls' Interclass

Gym Meet (1-2); Cosmos Club (2-3); Debating Society (3-4); Senior

Sleighride Committee (4) ; Senior Announcement Committee (4).

Young, Burbank Chase 2145 East Avenue

"Mark the perfect man, and behold the upright."

Prepared No. 23 Undecided

Standard Bearer (3); Patrician (2-3); Class President (4); Chairman

Class Day Committee (4) ; Quaestor (4) ; Praetor (4) ; Roman State Prop-

erty Manager (4); Publicum Concilium (3).

Young, Edna Mae 745 University Avenue

"A quick brunette."

Prepared No. 31 Geneseo Normal School

Zielke, Joanna A. 757 Joseph Avenue

"Devinely tall and most devintly fair."

Prepared No. 26 Undecided

Girls' Debating Society (4) ; German (2-3).

IN MEMORIAM

©orotfjp JWap Camacb

Died March 10, 1911

Age, 17

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Mentor

"THE POOR RELATION"

PRESENTED BY

THE CLASSES OF JANUARY AND JUNE, 1912

in the East High Assembly Hall,

Friday Evening, Nov. 24, 1911

Under the direction of

MTSS KATHERINE BURNS

The Cast

Noah Vale, an inventor Albert H. Hubbard

" Charlie " Smith, in love with Dolly J- Leslie Gibson

Mr. Faye, a manufacturer Lester C. Schuknecht

Jasper Sterrett, Faye's junior partner Walter Schiebel

Mr. Parsons, a landlord Raymond Hawkins

Marmaduke O'Haley, a janitor Arthur Gosnell

" Rip" 1 . f Marcenus D. Me Master

V children of the tenement < . , ,. T7-

" Patch J I Adelia Venor

Eunice Faye, head of the house Martha Jane Judson

" Dolly " Faye, Eunice Faye's step daughter Augusta Miller

Mrs. Warriner, mother of the children Margaret Schaft

" Scallops," the terror of the top floor Louise Waters

Synopsis

Act I. Top of Tenement House

Act II. Evening

Reception Room at Roderick Faye's

Following Morning

Act III. Same as Act I

Evening of Second Day

Business Staff

Business Manager Herbert Soule

Assistant Business Manager Chas. Hawks

Advertising Manager Myer Miller

Stage Manager Frank Silvernail

Assistant Stage Manager Sam Meulendyke

Property Manager John Ballard

Electrician Stuart Colvin

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CAST SF.XIOR PLAY


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Mentor Annual poarb

Editor-in-Chief Albert D. Perry

Associate Editor Frank G. Silvernail

Julia Rogers Charles H. Hawks, Jr.

Gus Haskins Fred Remington

$Lzt CEbttor

Gerritt Weston

Abe R. Ginsburg

Herbert C. Soule, Jr.

Hyman Kolko

The Board is greatly indebted to Barton Murray, ex-June '12 for many

ot the drawings in this book.

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SENIOR ANNUAL IluARP


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EAST HIGH SCHOOL


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lg>ro ^Facilitates

The teachers should show in this ^pace;

Their picture was meant for the place.

But what can one do

When the teachers—a few—

Can't be taken ? For such is the case.

When some would be ready, the rest

Perhaps felt they weren't fitly dressed

For all could not come

And it makes the Board glum

Tho' it feels that it's worked for the best.

Or some might be busy, perhaps

And thus make the picture collapse

Or else a bad rain storm

Would bring on a brain storm

And make in their lineup bad gaps.

A picture was taken last year

But that one was hopeless, we fear;

For some are new faces,

And some have new places

And the faces and names don't cohere.

jFaretoell

Oh! the teachers,—blessed teachers,

How they make the Board despair!

For we cannot run their features,

Be those features e'er so fair.

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Principal, ALBERT H. WILCOX

Vice-Principal, WILLIAM BETZ

Secretary, MARTHA F. HlCKOK

ERNEST R. CLARK

Clara Abbot Maud K. Murphy

Dorothy Dennis Mrs. E. P. Remington

Effie Esson Shirley Priddis

Teresa B. Kane Gertrude Sheehan

Mrs. E. G. McGlachlin Adelaide Stewart

M. Claire Williams

Uatin

EARL A. PARTRIDGE

Clara B. Crittenden Sara Schwendler

Harriet A. Friday E. Mabel Toaz

Mae S. Galliger ?;dwin H. Wright

Minnie Hochstein Lillian Stoneburg

Bertha Bergman

Frederick Betz

Minnie Hochstein

Margaret Hopeman

iUnguagtg

WILLIAM BETZ

M. Blanche Kelly

Eleanor L. Lattimore

Hattie C. Mink

Mae S. Warner

WILLIAM BETZ

Mrs. G. M. Bardsley Harry Kenyon

Jennie M. Clark G. H. Studley

Georgia Huntington Carlyle Taylor

Gertrude Jones Minnie R. VanZandt

Lucy Eisenberg

Charlotte A. Faber

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ALICE N. GIBBONS

Alma L. McMath

Verna Robinson

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ELEANOR L. LATTIMORE

Joseph L. Briggs Burr F. Williams

Nellie Prescott Grace Williams

I. S. Fitch

Nellie Bowles

Joseph L. Briggs

Fletcher Carpenter

Jane Templeton

Lucile R. Grunwald

C. F. HARRIS

Clarence C. Rogers

GEORGE E. EDDY

JANE HANNA

Commercial

ROY E. DAVEY

(Elocution

KATHERINE BURNS

draining:

JUDSON DECKER

Hibcartan

I. DuP. D. WINANS

Staining

MRS. A. M. HOTCHKIN

SO

Clarence Wesp

Mrs. Laura O'Ray

Judson Decker

Ludwig Schenck

James H. Fowle


®liittvst of ^tubente'

A. R. GINSBURG

Vice-President

JACK McCAULEY

Student Treasurer

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ROY K. DAVEY

Faculty Treasurer


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(Executive Council

President Principal A. H. Wilcod

Vice-President

A - R - Ginsburd

Secretary Albert D - Perr j

Faculty Treasurer Roy E. Davejj

Student Treasurer Jack McCaulel

jfacultp ®$tmbtt$

Albert H. Wilcox George E. Eddy

Ernest R. Clark Roy E. Davey

James H. Fowle

f Albert D. Perry

Publications i Charles H. Hawks, JI

[ Frank G. Silvernail

Music and Literary Walter Schiebel

Athletics Charles O. Heatl

U3

Publications A. R. Ginsburg, Josephine Bootl

Music and Literary Randolph Fo

Athletics Jack McCaule

*13

Publications Howard W. Minchii

Music and Literary Craig Cochran

Athletics Judge Harmo

'14

Publications Irving Myet

Music and Literary Vernon Bowma

Athletics Charles Harpe

Athletics John Challic

Athletics Winfield Riefle

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EXECUTIVE COUNCIL


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LUCILLE JKl-TT.KS, '12

Editor in Chief

Clarion poarb of

Secretary Howard W. Minchin, '13

Faculty Advisor Ernest R. Clark

Editor-in-Chief Lucille Jeffers, '12

Associate Editor Albert D. Perry, '12

Frank G. Silvernail, '12

Chas. Hawks, ;i2

A. R. Ginsburg, '13

assistant

Business fetatf

Business Manager. A. R. Ginsburg, '13

Assistant Business Manager Irving Myers, '14

rtistng Manager Hyman Kolko, '13

Staff Arttst Chas. Hracker, '13

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Josephine Booth, '13

Howard \V. Minchin, '13

Irving Myers, '14

A. K. GINSBURG

Business Manager


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CLARION'


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of Clastf of f unc 1912

(DURING FOUR YEARS)

gear

Fred Remington

President

Vice-President Hazel Wundel

Secretary Louis Foulkesf

Treasurer Helen Burrel

Second gear

President Frank Silvernail

Vice-President. Chas. Heathj

Secretary Helen Burrel

Treasurer Isabelle Wallace

gear

President Herbert Soule

Vice-President Chas. Hawks

Secretary Albert Perry

Treasurer Fred Remington

iFourtfj gear

President Burbank Young

Vice-President Chas. Hawks

Secretary Sara Rosenfeld

Treasurer Frank Silvernail

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Centrai=€ast

March 31, 1912

Hawkins Sunderlin, Mgr.

Kolko Roberts Trott

East High (Negative)

Hyman Kolko

Bernard Trott

Victor Roberts—Leader

Raymond Hawkins—Alternate

Place: Lincoln Hall at Syracuse

Manager—Lathrop Sunderlin

Central High (Affirmative)

Roy W. Bailey—Leader

Ward Flaxington

Warren Winklestein

George Hershberg—Alternate

QUESTION—Resolved: That the recall should be applied to all elective

state and city offices.

Decision: Affirmative.

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Schucknecht

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Cast $tgi)=3tf)aca ©etrnte

March 31, 1912

Brown

East Hijjh {Affirmative)

Abe Ginsburg—Leader

Hilmar Rauschenbusch

Lester Schucknecht

Paul Brown—Alternate

Utam

Sunderlin, Mgr.

Ginsburg Rauschenbusch

Place: East High School

Chairman: Principal Albert H. Wilcox

Manager — Lathrop Sunderlin

Ithaca {Negative)

John B. Leonard

Gerald Hephard

Martin deary—Leader

Herbert Snider—Alternate

QUESTION-—Resolved: That the recall should be applied to all elective

state and city offices.

Decision: Affirmative.

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May 10, 1912

debate

Ginsburg Sunderlin, Mgr.

Scbucknecht Roberts Rauschenbuscli

Utam

Place: East High School

Chairman: Principal Albert H. Wilcox

East High {Affirmative) West High {Negative)

Hilmar Rauschenbuscli C. Walter Coapman

Lester Schucknecht Walter Prien

Victor Roberts—Leader William Miller—Leader

Abe Ginsburg—Alternate John Congdon—Alternate

Manager—Lathrop Sunderlin

QUESTION—Resolved: That the city of Rochester should provide,

free of charge, all necessary dental services for all its citizens

under eighteen years of age.

Decision: Negative.

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€as;t=OTesit ' debate

Williams Rauschcnbusch

Vincent Shcchan Brown Wi-stnn

Place: West High School

Chairman : VV. I). Bennett

East High (Affirmative)

West High {Negative)

Lela Brown—Leader

Elsie Levin—Leader

Winifred Rauschenbusch

Cornelia Fanington

Lois Williams

Helen Weston—Alternate

lla/cl Kemp

Gertrude Sheehan—Coach

QUESTION—Resolved: That it is for the best interests of New York

State to have the electrical franchise extended to women.

Decision: Negative.

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, 1912

THE 1912 debating season, although unsuccessful in the number of victories,

will stand out prominently in various forms. The Boys' and Girls'

Debating Societies enjoyed the most successful seasons of their existence.

The average attendance of both of these organizations was well over fifty.

The Boys' Debating Society was confronted with a grave problem at the

beginning of the season. But two veterans were left as a nucleus for the interscholastic

team. How well the call for candidates was responded to, is best

judged by the fact that about seventy-five turned out for the team. As a result

three well-balanced teams represented the East High School boys. The Ithaca

and Syracuse debates served to prepare the material for West High. East High

won but one debate, that with Ithaca, but nevertheless, every contest was featured

by the consistent and determined efforts of the teams. Prospects are brighter for

next year with four or possibly five members of this year's team in school. The

officers of the Boys' Debating Society were as follows: President, Victor

Roberts; vice-president, Hilmar Rauschenbusch; secretary, Abe R. Ginsburg.

The Girls' Debating Society was just as busy as the boys'. The girls were

drilled in parliamentary law and the science of debating. Many prominent

Rochesterians addressed this organization on various occasions. As a result of its

work an unusual interest in debating was manifested by the girls this year. The

team lo;,t its only debate to West High but its showing was.commendable. The

team was managed by Edna Vincent. The officers of the society were: President,

Winifred Rauschenbusch; vice-president, Lela Brown; secretary, Sadie Rose.

Manager Sunderlin deserves credit for the excellent manner in which he

financed the team as a result of his efforts debating realized a neat sum for the

East High School treasury.

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ERBERTANTHONY

Leader

Joseph Young

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William Calkins

Albert Hubbard

Warner Martin

Howard Bancroft

Leon Camp

Sam Meulendyke

Edward Ross

Roland Bacon

George Harter

Ray Neville

Sam Sorge

Herbert Anthony

Chas. Challice

Joseph Lisson

(glee Club

Director—Miss Jane Templeton

Leader—Herbert Anthony

Albert Hubbard Victor Robert

Eric Hoard

G. Augustus Haskins

Htnotg

Chris Celano

Randolph Fox

Milton Trimby

Gerald Young

George Beach

Stuart Colvin

Chas. Mondo

Walter Schiebel

Ralph Cogswell

Eric Hoard

Earl Newman

Edmund Wiegand

Second

John Ballard

Worden Elwood

Edmund Marth

George Walden

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John Ballard

Lewis Collins

Leo Sullivan

Joseph Young

Stuart Colvin

Fred Barney

Herbert Ernisse

Victor Roberts

Lester Schucknecht

Welland Crowell

Harold MacCallum

Perry Vander Meid

Abe Blume

Raymond Hawkins

G. Augustus Haskins


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BOYS' GLEE CLUB


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JOSEPHINE BOOTH

Leader

Thelma Aufderhar

Dorothy Clark

Katherine Hayward

Clara Kaiser

Adele Shafer

Catherine Vande Carr

Onnolee Chase

Marie Drumm

Nina Hummell

Edna Lowrey

Ester Seward

Ethel Gordon

Hilda Bayer

Elizabeth J. Davy

Florence Larzelere

Isabelle Wallace

fewptano

Elsa Bayer

Carrie Dalrymple

Marjorie Hicks

Mary Kellogg

Leslie Somers

Frances Williams

feoptano

Adele Prescott

Elsie Duncan

Ernestine Kreiger

Marion Preston

Inez Pond

Florence Drumm

Josephine Booth

$1*00

Olivia Tobin

Alma Haag

Effie Malette

Helen Wilbur

Verona Stiefel

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ECLUB

Director—Miss Jane Templeton

Leader—Josephine Booth

Carrie V. Dalrymple

Mildred Davis

Herbert Ernisse

Walter Schiebel

Katherine Hayward

Elizabeth J. Davy

Roland Bacon

Herbert Anthony

Ruth Chamberlain

Ruth Fisher

Martha Jane Judson

Frances Rosenberg

Cecile Starr

Eva Guernsey

Ruth Cooley

Elizabeth Grover

Edna Loeffler

Challice Reed

Frederica Summerhays

Persis Nicolls

Mildred Davis

Helen Haskins

Evelin Toohill

Helen Zeeveld


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GIRLS' GLEE CLUB


STRA

Director Mr. Ludwig Schencfc

Leader George Attridge

Manager Herbert Soule

SEYMOUR ASKIN

GEORGE ATTRIDGE

JOHN BALLARD

VERNON BOWMAN

MILDRED FRANK

MOE GRAVIN

LOUISE LEWIS

JOSEPH LISSON

ELSIE NEUN

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GLADYS WILKINS

Cello

HERBERT SOULE

Jflute

STUART COLVIN

Piano

Piolin

MANAGER SOULE

HOWARD BANCROFT

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ONNOLEE CHASE

ALBERT RAHM

LESTER RAPP

HOWARD RETTIG

EFFIE RILEY

HIRAM SARACHAN

JACOB SARACHAN

JOSEPH SILVERSTEIN

HAROLD SMITH

Cornet

Louis KURTZ

FRANCIS STRAUSS

Utombont

ALBERT HUBBARD


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THE ORCHESTRA


Cfje Captain of

A Four-Act Comic Opera

PRESENTED BY THE

MUSICAL CLUBS OF EAST HIGH SCHOOL

February 22, 1912

Under the direction of

Miss Katherine Burns Miss Jane Templeton

Casrt

John Alden, the diligent scribe George Beach

Miles Standish, very much like Caesar Stuart Colvin

Pecksuot, an Indian Messenger Herbert Ernisse

Erasmus, Miles' right bower Albert Hubbard

Priscilla, the fairest maiden in Plymouth Carrie Dalrymple

Wattawamut, Chief of the Pequots G. Augustus Haskins

Katonka, an Indian princess Martha Jane Judson

Polder Brewster Howard Bancroft

Richard ) ( Lewis Collins

Stephen - Lads of the colony •< Sam Meulendyke

Gilbert ) I Edmund Marth

Mercy Helen Leavitt

Charity

Patience

Mary

Martha

Hester

Ruth

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• A sextette of Plymouth daisies

Choruses composed of Glee Club members.

of

Act I—Harbor of Plymouth.

Act II—Priscilla's Home.

Act III—Camp of the Pequots in the Forest.

Act IV—Street in Plymouth.

Time—1623.

Elizabeth J. Davy

Mary Kellogg

Esther Seward

Ruth Cooley

Adele Shafer

Ernestine Krieger

Business Manager Herbert Soule

Assistant Business Manager Raymond Hawkins

Stage Manager Frank Silvernail

Assistant Stage Manager Sam Meulendyke

Property Manager j o h n Ballard

Assistant Property Manager Howard W. Minchin

Metrician George Wak,en

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COMIC OPERA CAST


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Schiebel

Ernisse

1 lay ward

Dalrymple

Davy

Davis

2DoubIr $Biteb

^Quartette

Bacon

Anthony

Young Colvin Hoard Haskins

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Cast Hist) iHusrtcal

THE Musical Clubs of the 1911-1912 season

have taken a long stop in the march

of progress of East High school's musical

history. The past year has been highly

successful in every respect. The number in the

organizations was considerably increased, the

work was more difficult and extensive than

before.

The members of the clubs were chosen a tew

weeks after school opened in the tall. Mr.

George A. Bryan, who had been in charge of the

Glee Clubs since the fall of 1908 when he came

to Rochester to act as Assistant-Superintendent

of Music in the public schools, again drilled the

singers. Mr. Ludwig Schenck, director of the

Rochester Symphony Orchestra, who had in-

MANAGER SCHIEBEL 5tructcd the' Fast High orchestras for lever*]

years was retained by the Board of Education in that capacity. Both Instructors

felt the loss of those who were barred from participation in the organizations on

account of affiliation with secret societies. However, the new recruits carl\

proved their ability and work was taken up with enthusiasm.

After a few rehearsals the Boys' Glee Club elected Herbert Anthony, June

1914, as their leader, and the Girls' Glee Club chose Josephine Booth, Januan

1913, to fill that office in their society. The orchestra elected Herbert Smile,

June 1912, manager of this organization. The Executive Council approved

Walter Schiebel, June 1912, as Manager of the Musical Clubs.

The Male Quartette made their first appearance in public at the banquet t

the Y. M. C. A. Boys of Western New York. Two weeks later, on Decembei

9th the Boys' Glee Club and the Male and Double Mixed Quartettes gave I

very pleasing program at the Duffy-Powers Restaurant. The Male Quartette

consisted of Randolph Fox, Stuart Colvin, Frank Michel and ( i. Augustus

Haskins. The Mixed Quartette included Misses Carrie Dalrvmple, Martha

Jane Judson, Mildred Davis and Elizabeth J. Davy, Herbert Hrnisse, Walter

Schiebel, Roland Bacon and Herbert Anthony.

The combined clubs gave their first concert December 15th at the Central

Presbyterian Church and their numbers were well applauded. Readings wengiven

by Albert Hubbard and Victor Roberts. The Mixed Quartette assisted

in an entertainment at Number 26 school on the night of December [9th.

During the next two months the whole time of the Glee Clubs was gjven

over to the preparation of the comic operetta, "The Captain of Plymouth,"

which proved to be the biggest musical and dramatic success of local schools and,

it has been stated, one of the five or less that has been attempted by high schools

of the country. Shortly after the cast and chorus had been chosen Mr. Bryan

was forced to leave the city on account of ill health. At the request t the

clubs Miss Jane Templeton, who had been assisting Mr. Bryan, consented to

take charge of the musical work of the opera and Miss Katherine Hums, teachei

of elocution, offered to direct the staging of the production. The number included

in the play was about 100 and despite heavj expenses, the costumes alone

amounting to well over a hundred dollars, a well filled house gave a profit of

about seventy-five dollars. As usual the clubs took part in the graduation exercises

of January 1912, on January 26th.

Immediately after the opera the regular work of the clubs was resumed.

The withdrawal of Miss Judson from the mixed quartette caused a racancj

which was filled by Miss Katherine Hayward. The resignation of Randolph

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Fox and Frank Mitchel brought two new members into the quartette in mid

season, Joseph Young and Eric Hoard.

On March 23rd the sixteen boys chosen for the out of town trips and the

mixed quartette assisted in a program at No. 9 school.

The Spring series of concerts of the combined clubs opened with the one

given at the Third Presbyterian Church, March 30th. Practically the same

program was given at the Church of Reformation, April 26th. Carrie Dalrymple

and Mr. George Beach sang well applauded duets. The boys who went

t.» Williamson, April 19th, gave one of the best programs of the year. They

wore assisted by the sextette from the school orchestra.

Preparation for the annual home concert continued during the spring and a

large and enthusiastic audience applauded the clubs on the night of May 17th.

The last appearance of the clubs outside of school was at the East Side Presbyterian

Church, May the 24th. The clubs finished the work of the year at the

graduation exercises of June, 1912.

The steady but rapid progress of the musical clubs is attracting more and

more attention each year, both in the school and about the city. The financial

profit this season was netted largely from the opera. The outside concerts added

to the receipts from the opera total to about $125, more than any of the athletic

teams have turned in.

For real value there is no student activity which can be compared to the

musical dubs. That this progress may continue is the sincere hope of the Class

of June 1912.

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Captain Davis Doron, '12

Manager Fred Remington, '12

Assistant Manager Clarence Ford, '13

WARREN GIBBS

Right Forward

WALTER ATTRIDGE

Left Forward

GEORGE AYLSWORTH

Center

CHARLES MAGGIO

Forward

FREO REMINGTON

Manager

Iltam

( VI'T. DORON

feubstitutrs

CLARENCE DEMAY

Guard

E. H. S 45

E, H. S 22

E. H. S 33

E. H. S 30

E. H. S 24

E. H. S 18

E. H. S 21

E. H. S 23

E. H. S 34

E. H. S 18

E. H. S 30

E. H. S 43

E. H. S 24

E. H. S 23

E. H. S 31

E. H. S 24

76

443

DAVIS DORON

Right Guard

EZRA HALE

Left Guard

JUDGE HARMON

Right Forward

WELLS BACON

Guard

'£• l&fCOtb

Keuka College 9

Pittsford 6

Starkey 3

Warsaw 16

Syracuse Freshmen.. 21

Lafayette 27

Lafayette 27

Syracuse Freshmen.. 28

Cook Academy 10

Varsity Seconds 20

Mechanics 20

Starkey 25

Cook Academy 26

North Tonawanda. . 13

Brockport Normals.. 5

W. H. S 6

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FAST Hir.H RASKETBAM. TEAM


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Captain George Aylsworth, '12

Manager Robert Barnes, '12

Assistant Manager Edmund Marth, '13

Pitchers

GEORGE AYLSWORTH, '12

EUGENE FRAWLEY, '13

Catchers

CHARLES JACKSON, '13

CHARLES MAGGIO, '12

First Base

BARNEY SHAFT, '16

Second Base

GEORGE DURBIN, '13

ROBERT BARNES, '12

Manager

W&t TSLtam

GEORGE AYLSWORTH, '12

Captain

April

April

April

May

May

May

May

May

May

May

May

May

May

June

June

June

June

20-

25

27

1

4

8-

11

15

18

18

22

24

29

1

4

12

14

78

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Third Base

HAROLD O'BRIEN, '13

Short Stop

EDWARD CLEMENT, '12

Fielders

WALTER SCHIEBEL, '12

HARRY WISNER, '12

SYDNEY FREEDMAN, '14

-E. H.S... 6 Y. M. C. A 11

-E. H. S... 6 W. H. S 11

-E. H.S... 11 Mynderse 3

-E. H.S... 4 Albion H. S 3

-E. H. S... 3 G. W. S 1

-E. H. S... 5 Mechanics 1 7

-E. H. S... 6 Warsaw H. S 2

-E. H.S... 5 West H. S 4

-E. H.S... 1 Syracuse U. F 6

-E. H.S... 12 Auburn A. H. S... 4

-E. H. S. vs. R. B. I. at W. H. Field

-E. H. S. vs. Albion H. S. at Albion

—E. H. S. vs. Honeoye at Honeoye.

-E. H. S. vs. Genesee W. S. at Lima

-E. H. S. vs. W. H. S. at Baseball Pk.

-E. H. S. vs. Mech. I. at W. H. Field

-E. H. S. vs. Albion at Rochester.


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MANAGER HAWKS

FRANK STEWART. '12

CHARLES HEATH. '12

Louis FOULK.ES, '12

ELMER PAMMEXTER, '12

SAMUEL MCKOWN, '12

HAROLD O'BRIEN, '13

Snboor GTracfe GTeam

Captain Frank Stewart, '12

Manager Charles Hawks, '12

Assistant Manager Wayne Myers, '13

it it

Mlinncw of jfirst place

annual 3nterscf)ohi0tic Crack

Armory, March 2, 1912

it it

FRANK STEWART, '12

Captain

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OLIVER SMITH, '13

CLIFTON BAKER, '14

Substitutes

ROY COTTRELL, '12

HAROLD SMITH, '13


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INDOOR TRACK TEAM


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©utboor Cracfe GTeam

Captain Frank M. Stewart

Manager Chas. Hawks

Assistant Manager Wayne Myers

jFtr$t Place

dinners of jFourt!)

Colgate Unterscfrolastic

Hamilton, N. Y., May 18; 1912

AND

IBatatria

Batavia, N. Y., May 30, 1912

FRANK STEWART, '12 EZRA HALE, '12

CHAS. HEATH, '12 HAROLD SMITH, '13

Louis FOULKES, '12 ROY COTTRELL, '12

SAMUEL MCKOWN, '12 ELMER PAMMENTER, '12

OLIVER SMITH, '13 CLIFTON BAKER, '14

HAROLD O'BRIEN, '13

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Ill E OUTEH » >K TRACK TEAM


Captain

Manager

CLIFTOX BAKER, '14

HAROLD SMITH, '13

FRANK STEWART, '12

ROBERT BARNES, '12

JACK SCHOOLER, '12

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Cross Country

s; s;

of

November 10, 1912

dinners of

Clifton Baker, '14

Chas. Hawks, ' 12

Cto0g Country Run

Cf)ri$tian Run

November 30, 1912

tleam

CLIFTON BAKER, '14

Captain

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ALBERT PERRY, '12

CHAS. HARPER, '14

MILTON TRIM BY, '14

HENRY SCHLENKER, '14

ISADORE GOLDSTEIN, '12


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CROSS COUNTRY TRACK TEAM


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Captain Elmer Pammenter, ' 12

Forwards

ELMER PAMMENTER, '12

KENNETH CUNNINGHAM, '13

EDWARD CLEMENT, '12

VINCENT WALLACE, '14

JAMES BAIRD, '13

ALBERT RAHM, '13

WYLAND SPRONG, '14

WILLIAM CALKINS, '13

GEORGE DURBIN, '13

Fullbacks

OLIVER SMITH, '13

HILMAR RAUSCHENBUSCH,'13

int J. ir. POWLE

Physical Director

KI.MKR PAMMENTER, '12

Captain

CHARLES HAWKS, '12

LESTER SCHUKNECHT, '12

Halfbacks

PAUL WEISS, '12

SAMUEL MCKOWN, '12

CRAIG COCHRANE, '13

CHARLES BROWN, '12

ISADORE GOLDSTEIN, '12

Goal

CHARLES HEATH, '12

IRVING LARZELERE, '15

The Soccer Team is a member of the Satur-

day afternoon Soccer League and plays every

Saturday afternoon with one of the following

teams: West High, British Americans, Roch-

ester City Reserves, Kodak Park Team, East-

man Kodak Co. (main office), Y. M. C. A.

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SOCCER TEAM


KEYwcsrow.ij

Captain Lewis Sunderlin, ' 12

Manager Sam Meulemh ke, 'I.-?

Center

LEWIS SUNDERLIN, '12

Right Wing

RALPH BICKFORD, '14

Left Wing

WALTER GOETZMAN, '12

Sub Left Wing

LATHROP SUNDERLIN, '12

Rover

JACK MCCAULEY, '13

s \\i MEULENDYKE, '13

Manager

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LEWIS SUNDERLIN, '12

Captain

E. H. S.

H. S

H. S.......

H. S

H. S

H. S

H. S

H. S

H. S

8

11

7

8

12

2

8

12

H. S 3

Total 71

88

Coverpoint

ERIC HOARD, '12

Point

ALAN BROWN, '12

Sub Point

SAM MEULENDYKE, '13

Goal

CHARLES JACKSON, '13

U. of R 2

Arctics 2

Orients 0

U. of R 1

W. H. S 0

Buffalo Technical.... 0

Bradstreets Alumni.. . 2

U. of R o

Buffalo Technical 0

Lafayette High 2

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TMK HOCKEY TEAM


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Captain Jack McCauley, '13

Manager Ralph Bickford, '13

JACK MCCAULEY, '13

RALPH BICKFORD, '13

LEO MOSKOWITZ, '13

RALPH RICKFORD, '13

.Manager

JACK McCAULEY, '13

Captain

EARL HODGES, '12

LEWIS SUNDERLIN, '12

LATHROP SUNDERLIN, '12

E. H. S 6 Genesee Wesleyan.. 0

E. H. S 5 West High 1

k- H. S 6 Genesee Wesleyan. . 0

E. H. S 6 Albion 0

Walter Goetzman, resigned.

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THE TENNIS TEAM


Wearers of tfje purple

Davis Doron George Aylsworth

Fred Remington Judge Harmon

Ezra Hale Wells Bacon

Warren Gibbs Charles Maggio

Walter Attridge

Frank Stewart

Charles Hawks

Charles Heath

Louis Foulkes

Clifton Baker

George Aylswwth

Robert Barnes

Eugene Frawley

Edward Clement

George Durbin

Charles Maggio

Harold O'Brien

Elmer Pammenter

Samuel McKown

Oliver Smith

Ezra Hale

Barney Schaft

Harold O'Brien

Walter Schiebel

Harry Wisner

Sidney Freedman

Charles Jackson

Of

Lewis Sunderlin J. Worden McCauley

Sam Meulendyke Eric Hoard

Ralph Bickford Alan Brown

Walter Goetzman Lathrop Sunderlin

Charles Jackson

Jack McCauley P'arl Hodges

Ralph Bickford Lathrop Sunderlin

Leo Moskowitz Lewis Sunderlin

€zo0& Country

Clifton Baker Robert Barnes

Harold Smith Charles Harper

Charles Hawks Jack Schooler

Frank Stewart Henry Schlenker

Lucille G. Jeffers

Albert D. Perry

Abe R. Ginsburg

Frank Silvernail

Howard Minchin

Victor Roberts

Lester Schuknecht

Hyman Kolko

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dinners of tfje Clarion pin

Edward Cross

Irving Myers

Robert Barnes

Julia Rogers

Josephine Booth

Richard Ludolph

Skinners of tlje Defeating

Bernard Trott

Hilmar Rauschenbusch

Abe Ginsburg

Lathrop Sunderlin

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Charles Hawks

Edward Clement

Hyman Kolko

Charles Bracker

Isadore Gordon

Lela Brown

Winifred Rauschenbusch

Lois Williams


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THE season 1911-1912 while not as brilliant as some other years lias hern

featured by steady consistent victories with here and then 1 a defeat to keep

the balance more even. In all the sports there were many vacant places

to be filled and in the case of basketball almost an entire team had

to be formed. In baseball only three or four of the experienced players

returned to school so that many new faces are seen on the nine this year.

In track the team was more fortunate at the beginning of the year, but when

the time came for outdoor work three of the best men including the captain

were unable to take part in several of the out-of-town meets because of school

work. The soccer and cross-country teams were better supported this year

and more interest was shown in these two sports.

The basketball team, captained by Davis Doron, came through the season

with but six defeats and ten victories. The total number of points scored

by East High was 493 to the opponents' 262.

The baseball team, with George Aylsworth as leader, has started the

season in fine shape and while the nine is composed of much new material,

great things are expected of it.

Captain Stewart of the track team led his team to victory in the UniversitJ

of Rochester Interscholastic Meet, obtaining the first place. In outdoor ti.uk

the team was less fortunate as related before. Hut the Hatavia meet was won

easily by our team.

The hockey team of the past year was one of the best which has ever

represented the school. The team went through the season without losing a

regular game and have a good claim to the championship of Western New York.

Up to the present date the tennis team has not lost a match, although BCVereh

handicapped by the loss of several of the best players.

The first year of soccer football in East High School has proved a big

success. Over twenty fellows have taken an active part in this new activity

and East High has been represented in the City League In a first class team.

The cross country team of this year has won all the runs in which it has

been entered. The Y. M. C. A. Meet on Thanksgiving day was captured

and West High was beaten by a big margin.

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$ubltcum Concilium

Gus Haskins, '12 Lois Williams, '12

Josephine Booth, '13 Morris Copeland, '13

Nannie McGlennon, '13

Isabel Wallace, '12 Harold Andrus, '13

Grace Worthington, '12 Morris Copeland, '13

Winfield Riefler, '15 Craig Cochrane, '13

Inez Pond, '13 Harold Gosnell, '14

Katherine Emerson, '13 Ruth Gliddon, '14

Elizabeth Davy, '14 Vernon Bowman, '14

Marcenus McMaster, '12 Wilma Kiefer, '14

Abe Ginsburg, '13

faculty

Miss Mabel Toaz Mr. John Wright

iPoj popult g>taff

Editor-in-Chief Lois Williams

Assistant Editor Nannie McGlennon

Assistant Editor Wilma Kiefer

Business Manager Craig Cochrane

Staff Artist Charles Bracker

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PUBLICUM CONCILIUM


©eutstfje Vtvtin

President Herbert Soule, '12

rice-President

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Irene Price > ' 12

Secretary Grace Worthington, '12

Treasurer Catherine Coombs, '12

Herbert Soule, '12 Valma Clark, '12

Roland Soule, '13 Myrtle Bittner, '12

Fred Remington, '12 Irene Price, '12

Raymond Hawkins, '12 Lois Williams, '12

Lyons Jossem, '13 Catherine Coombs, '12

Garson Baldwin, '13 Mildred Hert, '13

Frank Silvernail, '12 Pearl Armstrong, '13

Joseph Silversteiri, '13 Celia Taksen, '13

Charles Hawks, '12 Esther Myer, '13

Grace Worthington, '12 Ernestine Blauw, '12

Pauline Rosner, '13

jfacultp S^cmbrrg

William Bet/. Frederick Bctz

This is the first year that the German Club has been really a live East

High activity. Meetings have been held regularly at the homes of the different

members. Musical programs have been given and German literature discussed.

The members of the club are the brightest German students chosen by the

members of the different German classes.

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GERMAN CLUB


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Class of January 1913

ss s;

President Harold Andrus

Tiff President Roland Soule

Secretary Wayne Myers

Treasurer George Harter

Assistant Treasurer Josephine Booth

Clag>£> Color*

Olive green and gold

Zipp—Zee, Zip—Zee,

1-9-1-3

on €*mitite €onncii

(A. R. Ginsburg

Publication Com mittec -J Josephine Booth

( Marion Thing

Athletic Committee Jack McCauley

Music and Literary Committee Randolph Fox

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JANUARY, 1913


Central Library of Rochester and Monroe County · Yearbook Collection

Class of June 1913

5; 5;

President Nannie MeGlennon

Vice President Arthur Jennings

Secretary Howard Minchin

Treasurer Inez; Pond

Colors*

Gold and white

Kan gara gara gazee 1-9-1-3

Kan gara gara gazee 1-9-1-3

on (Btttutibt Council

Publication Committee Howard Minchin

Athletic Committee Judge Harmon

Music and Literary Committee ; Craig Cochrane

100


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JUNE, 1913


Central Library of Rochester and Monroe County · Yearbook Collection

Cla&s of fanuarp 1914

President Howard Beach

Vice President Vernon Bowman

Secretary Ruth Gliddon

Treasurer H. Earl Newman

Assistant Treasurer Alice Becker

Colors

Old rose and white

on tocuttbe Council

Publication Committee Irving Myers

Athletic Committee Charles Harper

Music and Literary Committee Vernon Bowman

102


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JANUARY, 1914


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Class of fune 1914

5! X

Officer*

President John Challice

Vice President Lura Belle Price

Secretary May Ganss

Treasurer Perry Van der Meid

Assistant Treasurer Eloise Maier

Colors!

Purple and gold

Ho—Hi—Ho—Hi, Zip—Rip—Roar,

East High—June, 1-9-1-4

on Cifcutibe Council

Athletic Committee John Challice

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Zi)t Class of January 1915

5? 5!

President George McBride

Vice President Helene Tierney

Secretary Virginia Mosscrip

Assistant Secretary Foster Mills

Treasurer Guenith Thompson

Assistant Treasurer Earl Ashley

Colors

Blue and gold

Witptt$mtati\3t on Ciecuttbe Council

Athletic Committee Winfield Riefler

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JANUARY, 1915


Central Library of Rochester and Monroe County · Yearbook Collection

Class of June 1915

President • Dorothy Clark

Vice President Paul Rauschenbusch

Secretary James Hewitt

Treasurer George Benton

jpacultj?

Boys—Miss Jane Hanna Girls—Miss Eleanor Lattimore

Note: This is the first year that the underclassmen have had their own

faculty advisers. The idea originated with Mr. Wilcox and has worked with

great success. The pupils go to their advisers with their troubles and all their

difficulties and receive great help.

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Class of fanuarp 1916

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GDffittt* ot C5it\0

President Ruth Thompson

Vice President Inez Graham

Secretary Janet Schanck

Treasurer Lois Schmidt

®tfitet& ot

President Barney Shaft

Vice President Elliott Fitch

Secretary-Treasurer Elmer Hewitt

Sratulty

Mr. Judson Decker Miss I. DuP. Winnans

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JANUARY, 1916


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I AUGUST BROS. & CO.

ROCHESTER, N. Y. {

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MAKERS OF j

QTatloreb Clotfjes

FOR MEN &f YOUNG MEN

BC

'CLOTH ES>

For College Young Men

are sold by the best dealers

everywhere and in Rochester

by the Union Clothing

Company.

MADE BY'

AUGUST BROS. & CO.

ROCHESTER, N. Y.

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Mr. Clark

Mr. Wilcox

Miss Toaz

Miss Hiclcok

Miss Eisenberg

Mr. F. Betz

Mr. W. Betz

Miss Winans

S

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"Little bit louder"

"There are some, of course, to

whom this does not apply"

"Over ornamentation in translation,

as I have often said "

"The bell has rung, you know"—

"And —"

"Don't be more of a baby than you

are!"

"A beautiful and interesting analysis"

"Be quiet, please"

nberfotlT* $u*tne** institute

now in charge of Miss Clara

Weil, is an ideal business

school which thoroughly

trains young people to properly and

successfully perform the work required

in business life. The system of Bookkeeping

and Shorthand, Underbill's Rapid Phonography,

Typewriting, Penmanship and various

English branches are taught. The business practice

is an exact counterpart of the every day work

of a modern business school. Hundreds of our

students are now in good positions and there is an

increasing demand for others competent to do the

work. Day sessions 8 to 1 A.M. Evening sessions

7 to 9 P.M.

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Frank Stewart was telling a story in the lacker room the other day:

"Gee, fellows, that was the funniest story I ever heard. 1 thought I'd

die! No, I don't think I'll tell you. You gujn wouldn't appreciate it. Oh,

but it was an awfully funny story! Haw! Haw! Haw! It went like

this: Er-er- well, it was an awfully funm Itory. I


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I NEWS about SHOES!

BALL BALL KING OF THEM ALL

Shoes Made New While You TVait

Men's Sewed Taps 75c Ladies' Sewed Taps 60c

Our Auto Car Service

JUST PHONE OR DROP A CARD AND THE BALL AUTO

CAR WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER YOUR SHOES FREE

The Ball Quick Shoe Repairing Co.

66 Clinton Avenue North

(Opposite Masonic Temple)

Roch. Phone 3233-L PHONE US Bell Phone 2571-W

ALL WE ASK IS A TRIAL AND YOU j

WILL BE A REGULAR CUSTOMER

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'T'HE Leading House of

Western New York—

The best goods for the

least money is the motto

of Burke, Fitz Simons,

Hone & Co.

There was a young man from Quebec

Stood in snow up to his neck

When asked, "Ain't you friz?"

Says he, "Yes I is,"

But this isn't bad for Quebec.

King Henry the Eighth to six wives was wedded—

One died, one survived, two divorced, two beheaded.

EXTRACTS FROM THE CLARION

"Her hand was cold—like that of a serpent."

"The countess was about to reply when the door opened and closed

her mouth.''

"Ha, ha!" he exclaimed in Portuguese.

"The colonel paced backward and forward, with his hand* behind hi>

back, reading the newspaper. 1 '

color."

"At this sight the negro's face grew deathly pale."

"The man was dressed in a velvet jacket, and in trousers of the same

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A NEW KODAK

It is known as the Vest Pocket Kodak.

Makes pictures \% in. x 2% in.

It may be actually slipped in the vest pocket or a

woman's purse.

It is a folding camera. Kodak standard all

through.

PRICE $6

We do your finishing and printing for you.

MAIN FLOOR —AISLE D.

Sibley, Lindsay & Curr Co.

Are You Planning for a "Business Career?

IF SO, YOU SHOULD HAVE A BROAD

AND SOLID FOUNDATION FOR IT

IXocfjester pustne&s institute

has for almost fifty years been training young

men and women for business positions and has

successfully placed many thousands of them in

the business world.

Write us or call us up on the phone (both

phones 326), or better, come and see us at our

offices, fifth floor Y. M. C. A. Building.

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The Candy We Make

WE keep talking about it because it is good.

WE know it is, because WE make it.

YOU will know it if you buy it and you will

want more.

Ever try our Ice Cream and Hot Drinks ?

Special Attention to Ail vE>f)0 lUStCt* P - NICHOLAS, Proprietor

MAIN STREET EAST, COR. CLINTON AVENUE NORTH

WHAT I INTEND TO DO WHEN I HIT THE WORLD

Donald Sawyer—My future will be devoted to the stage. 1 am going to join

the "No Mother to Guide Her" company.

Edwin Appel—Mind my own business.

Art Gosnell—Travel around the world in cat boat.

Ned Clement—Get married.

Martha Jane Judson—Be human.

Henry Jackson—Anybody I can.

Esther Seward—Giggle, I guess.

Chas. Hawks—Be vice-president of the United States.

Frank Stewart—Be tough.

John Ballard—Do a monologue at the Temple ( ?).

I Frank Silvernail—Write poetry for the Saturday Evening I'oM.

Louise Waters—Be leading lady in "Ten Nights in a Bar Room."

Good-Bye Boys !

Good luck to you who are being graduated, and

a pleasant vacation to you who expect to return

to East High. If there's anything we can do for

you in our young men's department this summer,

command us.

Rochester's Greatest

Union Clothing Co.

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"Rochester Tool and Cutlery House"

(JWe cordially invite you to call on

us at our new store. We are rapidly

reaching the point when we can say we

are entirely settled. ((Our new store has

three times the floor space that the old

one had, and consequently, we are able

to adequately display a great many more

goods. (JJust at present we are talking

LAWN MOWERS LAWN ROLLERS

GARDEN VASES

LOUIS ERNST & SONS

Good Service

43-45-47-49 South Avenue

In addition to a large stock of books of

all publishers I have unexcelled facilities

for securing books not in stock.

"Out of Print" does not mean unobtainable,

or excessive cost. There is no

charge for the patient search we make

for such books here and abroad.

Stationery and engraving department is

always at your service. Give it a trial

when you need visiting cards, die-stamping

and the best of writing papers.

THE BOOK-HUNTER'S SHOP

(WILLIAM C. EDWARDS)

Sibley Block 330 East Main Street

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Rochester Conservatory of Music

81 South Fitzhugh Street

? FACULTY OF THE HIGHEST RANK IN ALL BRANCHES

• OF INSTRUCTION

j ^Prescribed Courses of Study for the development of thorough musicianship in

j Amateurs, Artist* and Teachers.

• CJfThe opportunities of the Conservatory are intended for students of natural ability

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EADQUARTERS for Books,

Pictures, Choice Goods in

Leather and Brass, Ladies' Stationery,

Personal and Commercial

Engraving, School Books, School

Accessories, Office Furniture and

Supplies, Athletic Goods, All-yearround

Toyland =

POWERS BUILDING

Scrantotn, Wetmore & Co.

Browsing in our Book Department is a liberal

education in itself. Students are always welcome

SMITH-CURRY STUDIO

16 STATE STREET

Elevator

"LET US CONTINUE TO TRY AND PLEASE YOU"

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1834 1912

THE SUNDERLIN CO.

anb

Makers of

SOCIETY fef CLASS PINS

78 & 80 MAIN STREET EAST ROCHESTER, N. Y.

IN PASSIM;

When our last pencils are sharpened

And the inkwells are poured and dried

And the Book is published and printed

That's caused the whole Hoard to have lighed

And the School will have passed on our efforts

And said what they think of the thing

Why, let 'em go on and holler

For we do not care, by jing.

BELL PHONE MAIN 1628 HOME PHONE 1629

THE FAHY MARKET

JAMES G. COMERFORD, President

Jftne JWeatg

Greatest Variety Largest Quantity Lowest Prices

Best Quality

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John BalLard

Charles HAwks

GeRritt Wetton

Raymond HawKins

Frank S:ewart

Stuart Colvin

Frank SiLvernail

Abe GinsbUrg

Albert HuBhard

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LL THE BETTER GRADES OF

PRINTING REQUIRE EITHER A

HALF-TONE CUT

OR A

ZINC ETCHING

Good cuts give the subject tone and attractiveness

B. FRANK CULVER

49 MAIN STREET, EAST

WHEN IN DOUBT PLAY

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WM. M. FURLONG

23 East Ave., Rochester, N. Y.

HOME PHONE 21 BELL PHONE 1858

" For now my lamp, at midnight hour

Is ever seen, and in my bower;

Where I must oft out watch the moon,

In grinding Virgil, for full soon

Examinations drawing nigh

Will trouble cause, for such as I

My mortal mind too long forsook

Its studies in this scholars' nook,

And all the demons that are found

In fire, air, flood, or underground,

Are pricking me for my neglect

And I must now my fault correct;

And so my lamp is often seen

Consuming quarts of kerosene

Preparing for exams ahead,

And now, alas, I'm almost dead.

j Rudolph Schmidt & Co.

Contractors for Electrical Work

PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES

MATHEMATICAL INSTRUMENTS

51 Main St. East, opposite Front

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BASTIAN BROS. CO.

jflanufacturtns

anb Cngrabers

Engraved Invitations and Programs

Class and Fraternity Pins

Main Office and Factory

69-115 Mt. Hope Ave.

Dept. 872, Rochester, N. Y.

IF IT'S ANYTHING IN

RUBBER

HAVE I T =

Retail Store

211 Main St. E.

ROCHESTER RUBBER CO.

24 Exchange Street

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Nifty " Things for the High School " Grad.

FOR THE MISS: Charming Dresses, Middy Waists, Wash Skirts

Dainty Trinkets. FOR THE MAN: Shirts, Scarfs-Styles that

catch the eye of smart dressers. : : : :

JMcCURDY & NORWELL CO

Ralph Armstrong

Ray Gleichauf

POrter Surgenor

WarreN Steele

JimmY McGuire

Wallace Gibson

RaLph Cileicliauf

EddiE Hammelee

DukE Arentz

Bid Schutt

For the Most Complete Assortment of Supplies

ARTISTS & DRAUGHTSMEN

Go to Barnard, Porter & Viall

9-11-13 North Water Street

HOW HE READS THE SENIOR ANN! \l

1—Looks for his own picture hurriedly.

2—Looks at his own picture five times.

3—Looks at his own picture twice.

• 4—Looks for his own name ten times,

i 5—Looks for his girl's picture five times.

6—Gazes at it fondly.

7—Looks for his girl's name.

8—Looks at his own picture again.

9—Reads rest.

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10—Closes the book.

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It cannot be said that

you have a liberal education

unless you

have learned how to

read both gas and

electric meters.

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Rochester Railway & Light Co.

WHAT INITIALS MIGHT MEAN

Boosting Class Young.

Chuckles Happily Hawks.

Shows Excellence Rosenfeld.

Free Going Silvernail.

Everlasting Ethel West.

After Dimples Perry.

A Rowdy Ginsburg.

Jollies All Zielke.

My Rosy Quine.

Always Mercurial Miller.

Ever Athletic Hale.

Gazing Always Haskins

Greatlv Loved Wilkins.

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BONBONS

CHOCOLATES

Beltctousi jf ountatn Brtnfea

44 MAIN ST. E.

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MAECHERLEIN

BLOSS & CO.

SPALDING ATHLETIC GOODS ?

FLANDER'S MOTOR CYCLE i

INDIAN GIRL CANOE ?

KINGFISHER TACKLE J

ROBESON CUTLERY

BANNER MANUFACTURERS

BICYCLES AND SUNDRIES

KENNEL SUPPLIES

379 MAIN STREET E

Bell Phone C-829

Not so many of our teachers got married this year—

but they all got leave of absence.

J. B. Keller Sons

jflortgt*

25 CLINTON* AVENUE N.

Particular attention paid to Concaving

"Razors. Also all kinds of grinding

HOME PHONE 1402

F. H. Loeffler Co.

Cutlery

BARBERS' FURNITURE

BARBERS' SUPPLIES

Maybe you think that

This is a hunk of rhyme

But it isn't, because it

Is just to fill up space.

16 Front Street

Does your hair cut fit

you?

FRANK M. HANSE

502 Granite Building

5S 55

A perfect fit guaranteed ;

CHARLES S. GIBBS *•

FINE HARNESS

RIDING SADDLES

LEATHER GOODS

93 State St. Rochester, N. Y.

BOTH PHONES 1387

DON'T FORGET that SENIOR PICNIC!

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GEO. T. BOUCHER

Jflorttft

345 MAIN STREET EAST 10 EAST AVENUE

Greenhouses, West Brighton

ANDREW V. SMITH

jfrpmal Sgrnt

Northwestern Mutual Life

Insurance Co.

MILWAUKEE

824 GRANITE Bi.nc., ROCHESTER, N. Y.

Copeland—"Say, what's a crib?"

Ralph Gleichauf—"That's a place where knowledge is put to sleep. Sometimes

it can be awakened and then again not. It all depends."

?t* CLINTON AVE.SOUTH/'

BOTH PHONES WtZ/

FOOLISH QUESTIONS

M. T.—"What is the meaning of stick-around ?"

KNICKERBOCKER

THEATRE

102 MAIN STREET EAST


High Class

J-HoUmg pcturrs

5c ADMISSION 5c

Frank S.—"Fair one, that means to loiter with malicious content."

GIBSON

SPORTING GOODS CO.

Successor to

McCord, Gibson & Stewart

^porting oobs

Fire Arms, Ammunition, Fishing Tackle

Athletic and Gymnasium Goods

Boats, Launches, Canoes, etc.

Baseball Goods a Specialty

85 MAIN ST. EAST ROCHESTER, N. Y.

BELL PHONE 2975

1 should like to

X see you before

you give your next

order for clothing.

B. ABRAMS

578 Main Street £aat

Frosh—"What is a puff?"

Mr. Clark "A puff may be either masculine or feminine often in the newspapers.

Also closely allied with human foliage."

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VITE make all kinds of

** Lenses and Optical

Instruments for scientific

purposes—Photographic

Lenses, Microscopes, Field

Glasses, Laboratory Apparatus, Astronomical

and Engineering Instruments,

etc.

NEW YORK WASHINGTON CHICAGO 5AN FRANCISCO

LONDON ROCHESTER, N.Y.

Home Phone. 1799 Bell Phone, Main 855

HENRY P. NEUN

F. ALBERT, Manager

Greenhouses

941 South Avenue 9 North Street

Established 1870

Edward M. Moulton

JEWELRY

CUT GLASS, SILVERWARE

CLASS PINS, ANTIQUE

SILVER JEWELRY

*prtialtp of IDatciirs anb &tone IDorU

64 South Avenue

Perry said a little "damn,"

He said it good and loud ;

And all the girls were shocked at him,

And left him in a crowd.

He said that word so loud and deep,

Because the boy was sore,

The SENIOR BOOK was on his nerves,

And was an awful bore.

But now the " Book " is over with ;

And he is glad, you bet,

And all the " Board " is glad with him,

In spite of heat and sweat.

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A Lunch Worth While \

Open T)ay and Night

174 State Street

RANNEY, WILCOX

Sf YOUNGS

Haberdashers

Wt toant

pour trabe 63 Main Street E.

Fred'k H. Jones

pictures!

anb picture Jframea

Agent for Elson Carbon Photographs

33 N. Fitzhugh St.

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