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The Centennial year

The Centennial year cannot end just with this year's class, or with the pleasant memory of younger days among those faculty members entrusted with the continuing education of future W-H generations. No, a special tribute is called for, to recognize the extraordinary commitment of those who administer our little community. Returning to its roots, W-H finds its administration teaching in the classroom. Who could doubt the warmth with which Mr. McDougall greets the morning, or his easy, conspiratorial rapport with the younger generation? Mr. Vietor, more of the old school, views the conviviality of today’s perhaps excessively cheerful student with greater reserve, an attitude shared by the headmaster. Yet, who can wonder at Mr. Ayres Rabelesian good humor or his spellbinding raconteurial skills at the lunch table? And note how he exemplifies the correct academic attitude in his daily punctual rounds for morning attendance. Whether walking the halls or working behind his own neatly arranged desk, Mr. Ayres leads his competent administrators into the next century of running the Wardlaw-Hartridge School.

Finally no discussion of daily life in the modern W-H can omit the role of the versatile Mr. Peterson. Whether instructing freshmen in the correct manner of counting on their fingers, "start with the thumb, Amy, start with the thumb,” or surveying the kingdom with a protege, "someday, John, this could all be yours,” he maintains a commanding presence at W-H. Last year, many students were only aware of EP’s "Brubaker” image, the traffic cop in the halls, the dress code enforcer, the mean Mr. Grinch spoiling the everyday school week with two-day suspensions. This year, a new and lighter side has added depth to that onedimensional view. Sure there are still the headaches, but Napolitano’s has the cure, and suddenly the lockers and the cinderblocks do not look so bad. For, this year, even Mr. Peterson was caught up in the "laid back” spirit, and so makes a fitting Number Two to our youthful headmaster. |1; . .

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    Cross Country (9), Swimming Manager

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    Defense Boosts Wardlaw To Title War

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    Wardlaw Reaches Championship Game G

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    To The Class of 1983 Congratulation

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