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P R O L O G

In pubilarilng tne 1955 Dwight Scroll the editorial staff has been confronted with three alms. First, the staff wishes to congratulate the school on its seventy-fifth birthday. Secondly, it feels it

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auty to present to the

members of the graduating class a book which will provide a panorama of four years at Dwight. Finally, it wants to present to the student body a book which will represent this past year. The Editorial Staff sincerely wishes the school its heartiest congratulations upon achieving seventy-five years in educational endeavor. From the halcyon days when Dwight (School of the Classical and English Languages) presided over the precincts of the less plebeian realms of 43rd Street and Broadway to this day, where it is ensconced among insti­ tutions literary and medical, its aim has been to provide a solid acadei When tt V

„ • Dwight ^ j j. r , . Here's in ^ its Seventy-fl; here»3 Its old faithful, M. le profe^^^. claims birth at another diamond .

to achieve . However, taf/f The eve of other yea repeats itse peats itself

Although many of us have de3flrt?««'>">Pllsh»'>age made popular after that famous r; students of Dwight, salute our venerjthe events conscientious teacher of French, to senior Mr. Crehan holds his degree fror j^g proud possessor of a Phi B e t a ’s re­ Vive la langue frangaiseJ

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The Class of 1956, of which you are a member, has, among other distinctions, the honor of graduating on the 75th anniversary of the establishment of Dwight School. The class has the further distinction of having three members wnose fathers are graduates of Dwlgnt. We who remain behind at Dwight extend to you our heartiest congratulations on your accomplishments to date and wish you every success in your endeavors in the future. We want you all to know that our interest in you starts anew rather tnan enas on your graduation, Winton L. Miller, Jr. Headmaster


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Here’s Dwight in its Seventy-fifth Year; here’s its old faithful, M. le professeur Grehan, who claims birth at another diamond Jubilee - the night Paul Revere spread the news that scarcely a person alive remembers, Although many of us have deserted the lahguage msde popular after that famous ride, we, the students of Dwight, salute our venerable and conscientious teacher of French. Mr. Grehan holds his degree from Harvard and is the proud possessor of a Phi Beta Kappa key. Vive la langue fran<;ais©,*


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Assistant H eadm aster GEO RGE

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New York University Mr. Donus left ua at the end of January to become headmaster of Brooklyn Academy, We wish him sincere good luck and success in his new position. Vi/hen Mr. Bonus was with us, he proved himself a man of great integrity and true sportsmanship. Few of us who challenged him on the mat found an adversary defeated. All of us appreciated his supervision of the Forensic League and the Dwightonien.


Our H eadm aster W IN T O N

L.

MILLER,

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Lehigh University We of the seventy-fifth graduating class of Dwight extend our sincere good, wishes to our kind headmaster. We have always found him most affable and sympathetic. We have felt reassured of our choice of school - especially sine© he has had two of his sons s.nong us. Vi'hatever college we choose, we hope to make Mr, Miller proud of us. —

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HELEN B. HARMS franklin Institute Miss Harms is our school secretary. Thoroughly devoted to us, she tries her best to be sister, sergeant, and an unsurpas sed spondulics-snatcher.

DORIS B. POST Columbia University Mrs. Post, our efficient registrar, keet)s our parents on the alert. "Try truancy" is no longer a Dwightonianâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s slogan. We thank her for her help in making out our college applications.


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Magister in ludo nostro, Herr Arllng, der fragt linmer so: "4Que pasa, amigos, Con todos vosotros?" Die Antwort 1st: â&#x20AC;?How should we know?"

Monsieur Le Crehan, on pense, Est toujours pret a I'iimnense Devoir de sonner Les cloches de journee De quoi on lui a remercie.

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Mr. Curry, In his quiet way. Has a great deal of something to say. If it's "next term" or "flunk". You know you are sunk. So - take it sans further dismay,*

In science and math Mr. Hurry Seems ever to be in a scurry To give us the schemes For our fondest dreams: To get through without further worry.

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Our math teacher, Mr. Ted Jones, Is not one to make any bones Over surds or quadratics Or test acrobatics. Just watch for his sweet undertones,';

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Mr. Klein, whom we love as a coach. Has never been hard to approach For advice that would rally Us up to a tally For a record that none can reproach.

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From Harold J. Murray a "dat©” Should be quit© enough to elate A student who's serious. Then gets delirious Over his predestined fate.’

In physics or chem, there's no doubt, Colonel Myron leaves not one thing out. In class or in lab There's no chance to crab. This guy knows what he's about,'

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Harold B. Putney, i t ’s true, Will tell you boys just what to do, fie struggles and tussles And then strains all muscles To give you a real, honest clue.

In American history or World Mr. Weissman has surely unfurled The trends and events Of our leading gents. And in bio the reasons untwirled.

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Senior Class


Harold J. Archambault 87 N, Chatsworth Avenue Larchinont, Hew York "Arch", judging from his usual nearness to the candy and cookie machines, tells UB that food rates as one of his chief activities. Next to eating, he says he favors cars and sports. He chooses St. Lawrence for a course In advertising.

Robert John Bayuk 507 Greenback Road North Plainfield, New Jersey Bob has high hopes of making West Point, Every Dwightonian wishes him success. At Dwight his forte lies in physics and mathematics. He la an expert wrestler.

Glenn Merritt Beebe 55 Sunset Drive Sayville, New York •’Stretch" tells us he has chosen Brown as his Alma Mater. His favorite subjects biology and chemistry. Naturally, he is partial to debating and dramatics.

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Edward Bowles 1011 Union Avenue Bronx 59, New York Ed is one of our stellar basketball players. He is a sincere, honest, hard-working chap who tries to cement the academic with the athletic. He wishes to study biology at the Uni­ versity of Pennsylvania.

Matthew G. R. Brady 59-16 Woodside Avenue Woodside 77, New York M. le professeur Crehan’s delight the great Matthew - every morning come nine.' Matthew loves to read, to listen to records, to study French, and to tease M. le Docteur. He has no collegiate plans.

Manny Gastello 138-61 Hoover Avenue Jamaica, New York Manny has delighted fellow-students and teachers with his "Pollyanna” optimism. We wish him well at St. Michael's. He has been most active In baseball, basketball, and wrest­ ling. Good luck as a dentist, Manny.'

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Peter E, Cohen 151 Central Park W«3t New York 23, New York Peter is one of our linguists. He excels in Spanish and German. He has been editor of "The Dwightonian" and has served faithfully on "The Dwight Scroll" this year. With Amherst as his goal, we wish him all success.

James T. Connolly 2212 Ditmas Avenue Brooklyn, New York James entered Dwight this year, not knowing that "titles and authors" mean so much to a fellow who wants to become a doctor. He claims physics as his favorite subject. He makes his choice of college most mysterious. Is it Brown.

Thomas E. Corrigan 11 Schermerhorn Street Brooklyn 1, New York Boston rates a "Don Juan" in Tom. As his nickname "Crash" and the photo given here plainly show, the girls of Boston will fall for the Irish once again. Tom plans a business career.

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Robert G. Cunniff© 2474 Marlon Avenue New York 58, New York Bob, the biggest procrastinator of us all, has dwelt among the halls or Dwight these forty-eight months or more. Unlike "Princess Ida", he tells us that sex means more than t«xt. N. Y. U . , here he comes

A. Robert Dezzany 34-41 84 Street Jackson Heights, New York Bob entered our midst In November. Since then he has done much to steer us Into the paths of true learning. We wish him all success at Columbia.

Melvyn Edelman 164-61 Radnor Road Jamaica 32, New York Mel has been one of the outstanding rooters for extra-curricular activi­ ties. He finds his forte lies In basketball and baseball. He has chosen to study engineering at Lehigh.


Eugene Eichner 354 East 74 Street New York 21, New York One of the neighborhood boys, along with his twin brother, Eugene places Dwight as a community school. He has been an outstanding member of the Forensic League. He has made a name In swimming, too. He chooses Columbia for his pre-med course.

Lawrence J. Eichner 354 East 74 Street New York 21, New York Larry, the other twin. Is likewise a neighborhood boy. Whereas Eugene made swimming a pastime, Larry took to horseback riding and Ice-skating, He hopes to have Columbia prepare him for the medical profession.

George A, Finn 43-34 Auburndale Lane Flushing 58, New York Not overly Interested In other acti­ vities (except American History), George gives promise of being a real Pordham student - conscientious and diligent. Yes, "Father Finnâ&#x20AC;?.*


Robert Poege 119-34 235 Street Cambria Heights, New York Bob came to Dwight In September. He plans to enter Fort Schuyler Maritime College to study engineering. \Wille he has been at Dwight, he has showr an adeptness for swlra*nlng, music, and girls.

Terrence J. Pox 26 Green Meadow Lane Huntington, New York Terry Is one of our outstanding leaders He successfully promoted our school dance. He avidly joins Gallo In the strife for champion weight-lifter. He deserves our good wishes at Marquette. He Is rated as top politician at Dwight

Stephen E. Pried 1544 Carroll Street Brooklyn 13, New York 'â&#x20AC;˘Red" entered Dwight In the fall of 1953. He terminated his sojourn In January of this year. He has started his course In hotel management at Paul Smith. While at Dwight he belonged to the Forensic League.


Marshall Priedman 1326 Madison Avenue New York 28, New York Able to argue his way out of almost any trying situation, Marshall Is quite naturally one of our N. P. L. boys. Of course, he plans to pursue law and politics as his career. For this he has chosen Hofstra as his Alma Mater.

Bruce A. Prledsara 14 Marshall Street Irvington, New Jersey Bruce Is a seasoned Dwlghtonlan. Ever since he entered In 1952, he has been most active In the endeavors of the school. He Is Sdltor-ln-Chlef of ”The Dwlghtonlan; he plays base­ ball and basketball; he Is a member of "The Scroll". Bruce plans to attend Amherst where he will take a course In engineering.

Seymour Glaser 73-27 189 Street Plushlng, New York Sy has been an ardent basketball player. He has also shown great enthusiasm for baseball, swimming, and the Yearbook. He plans to continue his studies at N. Y. U.

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Martin Porry Grant 25 Eton Road Rockville Centre, New York Perry plana to attend Ohio State where he will devote his efforts to business administration. As we know, his propensities to travel, to debate, to indulge in sports, and to be an all-around "Babbitt", we feel sure he will succeed.

Lewis Myers Hart 8 Remsen Street Brooklyn, New York Lewis, our staff photographer, is a newcomer to Dwight. Since he chose Dwight as his Alma Mater, he has been a faithful and sincere booster, Lewis plans to study accounting at Pace.

Eugene Hauer 130 Gale Place Bronx 63, New York Gene has been at Dwight since his freshman year. Always affable, but never a participant in the schoolâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s activities, he has endeared himself to students and teachers. He plans to further his scientific urge by studying chemistry at Lehigh.


Richard M. Hilbert 37 Edgewood Avenue Larchmont, New York Dick l3 one of Dwight’s academy students. With that determination, characteristic of such students, he is using every available moment to gain the necessary background. All the luck in the world to him.’

Stephen A. Johnson 146-24 29 Avenue Flushing, ?<ew York Steve wants to become an engineer. He plans to study at Stevens to achieve his aims. At Dwight he has found English his favorite subject.

Gary Joost 173-10 Bffington Avenue Flushing, New York Ever since Gary entered Dwight, he has been in the "undecided class . He knows that he wants to an aeronautics mechanic, but he isn sure who can best prepare him. Despite this indecision, Gjry ^laj e n d L r e d himself to all Dwlghtonlans.

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Lewis Kaye 75-23 192 Street Flushing, New York Always active, full of the "rah-rah" spirit, Lewis finds himself on the Yearbook staff and with the basket­ ball five. Outside, we understand, he plays President Eisenhowerâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s game to perfection. He loves animals (dumb, that is), and he has chosen Cornell to study veterinary medicine.

Harvey P. Kramer 882 Dumont Avenue Brooklyn, New York Another of our academy students in Harvey, we find his main interests lie in the fields of math and science. We wish him the very best in his chosen career - naval engineering. Annapolis, naturally, is his chosen Alma Mater.

Marshall J. Kramer 143 Villa Street Mount Vernon, New York Marshall became a Dwightonian last September. He tells us that his favorite subject is Spanish, (Could it be that he enjoys El sefior Arling's jokes?) He wishes to attend the University of Pennsylvania where he will take an engineering course.

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Philip D. Lafer 1 Pernwood Court Clifton, New Jersey "Flip'*, the traffic demon of Paterson County, New Jersey, has been at Dwight these past two years. Always the booster, always the good-willer, always Dr. Pangloss Phil has many friends at Dwight, We wish him well in his choice of pro­ fession - engineering; and in his choice of college - Stevens.

Allan Leben 196-67 37 Avenue Flushing, Ne# York "University of Alabama, here I come,’" sings our "Ramar”. He dahsires to study his law there. Despite the ’’you-all" tendencies of Allan, we of Dwight "hail and farewell" him with every good wish. At school he has been most helpful to teacher, coach, and extra-curricular director.

Regulo Eduardo Moncada 43-45 Franklin Avenue Flushing, New York '•Reg" is one of the Dwightonians who has come to these United States to learn English and the so-called American way of life. He excels in the classroom, but he falters in the halls, (That old native tongue will prevail.') He plans to become an engineer.

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Robert D. Oostrelch 24 Wildwood Drive Great Neck, New York Colgate Is Bob's choice. Business administration Is his aim. To us both the college and the aim will suit him. Bob has been most active In wrestling.

Andrew Pesky 75-04 195 Street Flushing, New York Our earnest, plodding, determined Edltor-ln Chief Is Andrew Pesky, Nothing but â&#x20AC;?bravos"for a boy who has devoted his teen-age to dear old DwightJ In basketball, on the Headmasterâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s List, and In service to the Yearbook, Andy has proved that an all-around student can do it. Andy plans to attend Washington and Lee.

Robert P. Profeta 27-22 14 Street Astoria, New York Bob Is one of our academy students. We know that math Is his favorite subject. We wish him all success at West Point.


Hong Quan 1351 Fifth Avenue New York, New York Hong has chosen Coliomhia as the college in which he wishes to study chemical engineering. At Dwight he has proved himself an ardent student. We wish him luck.

John H, Quinn, Jr, 3 Kenneth Road Upper Montclair, New jersey Johnny wants to become a doctor. He has chosen Cornell to prepare for his profession. We of the "Dwight Scroll” wish him well.

Ender Rincon 215 Bast 15 Street New York, New York While Ender has been at Dwight, he has shown great interest in chemistry, French, and World History, He hopes to enter Babson Institute, where he will study business administration.

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Predrlc W. Rlttereisor 504 East 84 Street New York, New York Our star athlete - Fred Rltterelser has made Dwight history this last year. When we faced basketball op­ ponents In the final games of the league, Pred, although he had a temperature of 102, spurred the rest of the team to a near victory. He has chosen Middlebury as his college.

John S. Robinson 101 Douglas Road Staten Island 4, New York John, the devotee of lost causes defeating H. H . , defending M. C . , and wrestling G. B. D. - tells us that, although earth science is his favorite subject, he plans to make business his life’s work.

Peter D. Roome 140 East 46 Street New York, New York Peter is one of our studious Dwlghtonians. He has chosen Columbia, where he wants to study for his desired profession - medicine. We of "The Scroll" say, "bravo’*.’


Stuart T. Rosenberg 5701 15 Avenue Brooklyn, New York Prom the first day "the Rose" entered Dwight, we were conscious that we had "The Rose'*, Texthookmlnded or otherwise, Stuart has been one of Dwight’s leading candidates. His aim - Yale. His profession - medicine.

Jerome H. Rubin 73-45 188 Street Flushing, New York ”What*s that maple odor?" "Rubin, smoking his pipe.’" Jerry loves Dwight despite dates, figs, or citron. He came to our school to learn how to baffle the accountancy department at N. Y. U,

Anthony Santos 98-17 Queens Boulevard New York, New York M. le professeur Crehan’s pride and joy, Antoine has spent his four years at Dwight. Slow and methodical, he has plodded on his way. We hope that he will spurt to success at dear old Trinity in Hartford.

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Harold Sohreler 252-22 60 Avenue Flushing, New York Hal became a Dwlghtonlan last fall. He hopes to leave us this June to join the U. S. M, M. A. At his other school he proved his proficiency in the band,

Peter Schwalbe 83-39 Abingdon Road Kew Gardens, New York Peter, who excelled in track at his former school, has devoted his interests to history and English at Dwight, He wishes to enter New York University to study business admini­ stration.

Howard M. Sidorsky 180 East 17 Street Brooklyn, New York The mad genius - Sidorsky has chosen Hamilton as the college to prepare him best for his intended profession in medicine. We missed his artistic endeavors in our “Scroll” this year.


Alan A. Slatkln 81 Ocean Parkway Brooklyn, New York Alan, the epitome of all success, has been Dwight *s ”Allle Baby Boy” In basketball, baseball, track, and swimming. He chooses the University of Vermont to study business.

John B. Sutherland 134 Columbia Avenue Dobbs Perry, New York For a year now John, the golfer, bowler, and hot-rodder, has graced the halls of dear old Dwight. Chem and lunch rate as his favorite subjects. John plans to enter Syracuse to pursue a course in law.

George P. Twohig Old Westbury Road Old Westbury, New York •'Dole'* has been doing chemistry and mathematics "like mad" since he decided on Dwight. Manhattan is his college; business his career.


Not Photoaraphed Eugene Lane Bushor 22 Cassills Avenue Bronxvllle, New York Michael J. Cooke 64-16 48 Avenue Woodalde, New York William James Cosgrove 54 Woolsey Avenue Glen Cove, New York John Damlano 88-11 63 Drive New York Richard D'Honau 175 West 72 Street New York City Robert R. Doscher 58-17 41 Avenue ^ Ifi/oodslde, New York Richard A, Doubleday 750 Rappock Street New York City Thomas B. Dowd 217 East 22 Street New York City Louis Patrick Earvollno 581 Belmont Avenue Brooklyn, New York Joseph Fernandez 3266 Glennon Place Bronx, New York Anthony George Gero 142 East 35 Street New York City George Robert Hager 19 Clinton Avenue Westwood, New Jersey

Our Best Wishes


Richard Hugh Hartley 11 Willow Clrclo Bronxvllle, New York Eugene lafrate 288 Herbert Avenue Cl03ter, New Jersey

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Edward William Lavelie 30-52 Crescent Street Astoria, New York Edward Vincent Loughlln, Jr. 242 East 72 Street New York City John Joseph McCarthy 216-38 117 Road St, Albans, New York Robert D. Melvin 48-53 44 Street Woodslde, New York Philip Merllno 137 Henry Street New York City Louis J, Orta 65 East 80 Street New York City Arthur David Rankin 162 Loines Avenue Merrick, New York Alfred L. Reid, Jr. 178 Bell Road Scarsdale, New York Henry Samuel Scott, Jr. 70 Morris Street New Rochelle, New York Michael Anthony Stott ^58 Heights Road Ridgewood, New Jersey James A. Watson 10 Prescott Place Hastings, New York

Class of 1955

John Davies Zehner 48-51 193 Street Flushing, New York _36â&#x20AC;&#x201D;

William Peter Zlngaro 22 Clubway Hartsda]e

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Back Row: R, Vislntin, N. Splnoso, J. Dacchllle, R. 3gan, S. Arroyo, P. Simon. Front Row;

Pink, W, Farrell, J, Flynn, J. Byrne, W, Rolling, V. Rinaldi.

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Back Row: J, Speed, R. Lavery, P. Thordsen, J. Gomez, P, Aitchlaon, Front Row: M, Stein, P, Kelly, A. Coppola, R. Koatal.

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Back Row: R. Prank, T. Jonklns, T. Bahllnger, L. Loyed, L. Christian, C. Jordan, W. Klobus, Front Row; R, Reuben, A, Coco, M, Erdhelra, S, Mllgrom, S. Gottlieb, D. Dlebold, M. McOrail.


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THE DW IGHTONIAN

Our newspaper, "The Dwiglitonlan” , has been Issned this year as a bi-monthly, mimeographed package of all scholastic news, features, regular columns, occasional crossword puzzles, and cartoons. The paper has been co-edited by Bruce Priedsam and Peter Cohen, Others on the staff are; Phil Lafer - Managing Editor; Bob Reuben - News Editor; Andy Pesky - Sports Editor; Anthony Santos - Feature Editor; and a writing staff consist­ ing of Vic Rinaldi, Lewis Hart, Peter Kelly, Mike Erdheim, Bob Gallo, Lee Brandes, Terry Pox, and John Robinson. We wish to thank Mr. George B. Donus, our faculty adviser, who has left Dwight to become Headmaster of Brooklyn Academy; and Miss Helen E. Harms, our stencil typer-upper and Dwight secretary.

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DWIGHT SCROLL

This year Dwight is celebrating its 75th Anniversary, and we of the staff have worked diligently and fervently to make this yearbook one of the best. Because of the importance of 1955 in Dwight's history, each and every member has done his work with enthusiasm. We wish to extend our heartfelt thanks to Mr, J. J. Arling for his patience and his ability to understand our problems. Our additional thanks go to Miss Harms, Mrs. Post, and Mr. Putney - and to the people who helped us by taking ads and boosters - without which this book could not have been possible.


NATIONAL

FORENSIC

LEAGUE

For the Dwight Chapter of the N, P. L. the season has been an extremely successful one - under the conpetent leadership of Mr. G. B. Donus. This year's topic has been •'Free Trade”. Our members this year Include: Howard Sldorsky President; Philip Laf.er - Vice-President; Eugene Eichner Secretary; Louis Earvollno, Stephen Pried, Terry Pox, Perry Grant, Matthew Brady, Lewis Kaye, Lawrence Eichner, and Jerry Rubin,

Our thanks to Bob Jacobs of the Y. M. C. A. Chairman; Eugene Eichner Secretary: Melvyn Edelraan Committeemen: Richard D*Honau, Lou Earvollno, Bob Egan


P H O T O G R A P H Y

C L U B

Touring around the cellar, one comes upon a dark and mysterious door. No,Âť The door does not open upon the cellar of the owner of the "Cask of Amontillado". It just reveals the school's photography I'oom^ Under the supervision of Michael Erdheim and Peter Kelly, the students of photography learn to enlarge, print, and develop films. The club is composed of Michael Erdheim, Peter Kelly, Lewis Hart, James Speed, and Ender Rincon.


htamaticA In the past years, under the capable direction of Harold B. Putney, the Dwight Drama Group has produced plays that included: Spooks > The Rivals, The Merchant of Venice, Room Service. Command Decision, and Journey*s Bnd, This year, alas, we seem to be sadly lacking in Thespians.â&#x20AC;&#x2122; Where are those of you who are hiding your histrionic talents? We sadly report that, to date, there has been no sufficient turnout for our usual spring presentation. So* you see, unless we gather up some interest, our record will be

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Athletics


After winning five out of Ita first six games, the team went into a terrible

slump. It lost two tough games

to Columbia Grammar, Then

Dwight spurted forth under the

leadership of its captain, Pred Rittereiser, and its scorer, Stan Heatâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;i, Every

top

other member - Bob Melvin,

Allan Pink, Artie Rankin, Eddie Bowles, and Andy Pesky played top-notch ball. The team wishes to thank .Mr, Shelly Klein for his excellent coaching and for his spirit of close comradeship, DWIGHT 42 78 57 44 47 48 54 57 33 46 68 59 49

OPPONENT Bedford Park Rhodes McBurney Columbia Preshmen Brooklyn Academy Columbia Grammar Columbia Grammar Kew Forest Barnard Bedford Park Kew Forest Columbia Freshmen Rhodes

25 61 61 26 39 49 55 59 59 34 66 45 36

A, A. P. S, 58 47 43

Columbia Grammar Loyola La Salle Consolation to La Salle

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Back Row: P. Hltterelaer, A. Fink, Mr. Klein, J. McConnell B. Vislntln, E. Bowles. Front Row: B. Frledsam, A. Pesky, R. Melvin, S. Olaaer.


B A SE B A LL SC H ED U LE

April 21 - Brooklyn Academy

(Away)

April 26 - Barnard

(Away)

April 29 - Friends Seminary

(Home)

May 6

- Kew Forest

(Home)

May 13

- Friends Seminary

(Away)

May 16

- Coltunbia Grammar

(Away)

May 19

- Bedford Park

(Away)

May 24

- Columbia Grammar

(Home)

May 25

- Rhodes School

(Home)

May 27

- Brooklyn Academy

(Home)

June 3

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Rhodes School

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(Away)


A review of the 1954 baseball season would be nore weather report than baseball since half of our schedule was lost to the weather man. However, the team did produce two notable victories and the season was enjoyed by the members of tlie team. If the weather is favorable, tne prospects for the 1955 season looK better. We have holdovers from the 1964 team: Arthur Rankin, Bob Melvin, Seymour Glaser, Stan Heath and Allan Slatkin. The addition of Joe Dacchille and Pred Rittereiser should give us a fine battery. Games have been scheduled with the following schools: Brooklyn Academy, Barnard, Friends Seminary, Kew Forest, Bedford Park Academy, Columbia Grammar and Rhodes. The baseball team is looking forward to an even more successful record than that of this year’s basketball, to whom we offer our congratulations.

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D W I 0 H T

S K N I O R

P O L L

Most Intellectual

Robert Hilbert

Most Likely to Succeed

Robert Hilbert

Did Most for Dwight

Andrew Peaky

Did Dwight Most

Alan Slatkin

Most Athletic

Fred Rittereiaer

Most Popular

Andrew Peaky

Most Cheerful

Seymour Glaaer

Most Versatile

Lewis Kaye

Most Reliable

Howard Sidorsky

Most Unselfish

Howard Sidorsky

Most Dignified

Robert Hilbert

Best Looking

Perry Grant

Best Dressed

Michael Stott

Best Speaker

Terrence Fox

Best Politician

Terrence Pox

Best Natured

Perry Grant

Best All-Around Man

Pred Rittereiaer

Wittiest

Allan Leben

Biggest Bluffer

Alan Slatkin

Biggest Drag with Profs

Alan Slatkin

Needs Drag Most

Alan Slatkin

Teachers• Pet

Peter Cohen

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D W I G H T

S K N I O R

P O L L

"Romeo"

Stuart Rosenberg

Favorite Sport

Basketball

Favorite Subject

Rnglish

Favorite Magazine

Life

Favorite Newspaper

New York Times

Favorite Author

Krnest Hemingway

Author Least Liked

Ernest Hemingway

Best Movie of the Year

"On the Waterfront"

Worst Movie of the Year

"Member of the Wecirting"

Best Play of the Year

"Caine Mutiny Gourtmartlal"

Worst Play of the Year

"Solid Gold Cadillac"

Favorite Television Show

"Victory at Sea"

Favorite Television Actor

Jackie Gleason

Favorite Television Actress

Audrey Meadows

Favorite Movie Actor

Marlon Brando

Favorite Movie Actress

Grace Kelly

Favorite Stage Actor

David Wayne

Favorite Stage Actress

Janis Paige

Favorite Radio Actor

Allan Fried

Favorite Radio Actress

Kve Arden

Favorite News Comraentator

John Cameron Swayze

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When tiie staff of the “Dwight Scroll" began its turbulent but satisfying career as journalists, It never realized the entailing perplexities. Now, aa you Dwlghtonians turn to the last page of this year’s endeavor, the editors hope you feel that they have accomplished a true end to thei^ alms. To you Juniors, Sophomores, and Freshmen we wish all luck, happiness, and progress. '•-we throw the torch; be yours to hold it high, ” Andrew Pesky


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and Mrs.

A r n o l d Reuben,

Dwight Miller Bill Harrigan Mrs. Bertha Harms John Zehner Erdheim Family Fred Rittereiser Harold B, Putney Melvin Edelman Demensio Rivera Seymour Glaser Lewis Kaye Andrew Pesky Alan Pesky Mr. and Mrs. L. Pesky Neil Miller Terry Fox Bob DosCher Tom Corrigan

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