Solomon Bromer in competition
PUP LS COMPETE I EAGLE NEWS BEE Competition This Year Is Unusually Keen as Schools Seek Mastery. Only five days away, The Brooklyn Brooklyn Daily Eagle 14th Annual Cur- Cur- rent Events Bee promises to be the most interesting and closely contested contested one in its 14-year 14-year 14-year history. Judges have been selected. Four- Four- "VU V& bill A I MlUUniJll 111 114 V(UI.UO high schools competing have chosen their contestants, and the three remaining remaining will have named theirs by tomorrow. At James Madison High School, Bedford ave., near Quentin rd where the bee will be held Friday right, beginning at 8 o'clock, Leo Ryan, teacher in charge, and Dr. A. Mortimer Clark, principal, are completing final arrangements. With the consent yesterday of Dr. Joseph D. Allen, president of Poly Preparatory Day School, judges for the James Madison contest have been chosen. The other two are: Boro President Byrne and Matthew Matthew Scott Sloan, president of Brooklyn Edison and affiliated companies. companies. t'oinuftition Is Keen. Superintendent of Schools Dr. William J. O'Shea, Queensboro President Harvey and Commissioner of Plant and Structures Albert M. Goldman will be the judges at the radio bee, that will be held Tuesday evening, broadcast over Station W N Y C from 8:30 to 10 p.m. Competition this year is unusually keen, due In part to the attractive prizes offered. For the first time in the history of the bees, the winner of the radio contest will receive a $170 Majestic console cabinet radio set In addition to the first prize of $50 In gold. But only high point winners in Friday night's contest at James Madison High will enable students to compete in this event Tuesday. That is why students themselves are so intent on emerging emerging as winners. Silver before in the 14 bees has the competition been so keen for the coveted Eagle Cup, which will go to the school whose contestants poll the greatest number of points. Boys High says it will win the cup. Alexander Alexander Hamilton High says the same thing. And both stand an excellent chance. Both have two legs on it and the third time gives the school permanent possession. But another school has equally as much chance of winning it this year. Gold Medal Prize. First prize winner Friday night . will receive a gold medal, second place, silver medal, and every other contestant a bronze medal, all donated donated bv The Eaele. Those who are fortunate enough to survive the James Madison contest contest will have an opportunity of winnlne anv of these radio event prizes; $50 in gold and Majestic radio set, first prize; $25, second; $15, nnn(H.Unta rxvyA oltnrnalev rhnson by 14 of the 17 high schools tnis week follow: Tiw Lots Evening High Frank nnUM onm chirimpp anH Trviner New Utrecht Hign James lw, Morton Cytryn and Sidney Jaffe, alternate. Girls Commercial High Miriam Malman, Ester Pastalove and Sylvia Portnoy and Emily Golding. alternates. alternates. nav Ridire Evening High Henry G. Semplc, James V. Donohoe. Girls High Elsie Cohen, Adeline Johnson and Georgine Dcssart, alternate. alternate. Alexander Hamilton High Daniel Goodman, Solomon Bromer, and Samuel Kaufman, alternate. Brooklyn Technical High Samuel Cohen, Alexander Kamensky and William Hewitt, alternate. Brooklyn Evening High Morris B. Schnapper. Robert A. Saponaro and Walter Arm, alternate. Berriman Junior High Julius Ashenofsky, Jacob Green and Isidore Srhmitzcr, alternate. Bushwlck High William Metzroth, Arnold Aucrbach and Sidney Klein, alternate. Boys Hi(?h Julius Spino, Arnold Cohen and Abraham S. Tabak, alternate. Bay Ridge High Marguerite Marshall. Marshall. Ada Malone and Marjorie MacNaughton, alternate. Manual Training High Louis Gallo, John Smith and Abraham Kirmeyer( alternate. Thomas Jefferson Harold Ger-f Ger-f slenbleth, Ada Welssman and Anne Zalusky, Dora Dardick, alternates.