Solomon Bromer prepares for the Current Events Bee
THE BROOKLYN DAILY EAGLE, NEW YORK. FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1920. CURRENT EVENTS ENTRANTS READY FOR BEE TONIGHT Rivalry Keen Between Boys and Alexander Hamilton for Final Cup Leg. Who among the 34 contestants in the 14th annual Eagle Current EvenU Bee will survive the barrage of questions tonight and emerge victorious? victorious? Whnt high school will win the coveted Eagle Cup? Two thousand students and par ents who will attend the event at James Madison High School, Bedford Bedford ave. near Quentln rd., are trying trying to answer these question i. This is expected to be the most closely contested of the 14 bees. From the time the 35-pleco 35-pleco 35-pleco James Madison Field Band opens the program program with blaring trumpets and roll of drums at 8 o'clock until the final contestant survives the avalanche avalanche of current topics there will be action and plenty of It. Kaltenborn Will Award Medals. After Dr. "A. Mortimer Clark, principal principal of James Madison and marshal marshal of the event, delivers the address of welcome, H. V. Kaltenborn, Kaltenborn, associate editor of The Eagle and official Interrogator, will award medals to those students who average average highest in the preliminary con tests at their respective hi;;h, junior high and evening high schools. One member from each of the 17 teams who receives the best rating will be eligible for the radio bee that will be broadcast over Station W N Y C Tuesday night from 8:30 to 10. Only those holding tickets will be admitted tonight, and by arriving early the best seats can be obtained. Doors will open promptly at 7 o'clock. Keen Competition for Cup. Competition is especially keen for the Eagle Cup, which will go to the school scoring the highest. And Alexander Hamilton and Boys High, both having two legs on the present cup, are expected to make a strong bid for it tonight, for by winning it the third time it becomes permanent permanent property. Incidentally, too, Boys Hich has won three of the cups during the 13 years of the bees. Cash prizes will be awarded to the winners at the radio bee. In addition to the first prize of $50 In gold the winner will receive a $170 Majestic console radio cabinet set. Other pi-tas pi-tas pi-tas are $25, $15 and $10. respectively. Complete List of Entrants. Here is the complete list of entrants entrants and the school they will represent represent as they will line up tonight: James Madison High George R. Feuster, Hubert Lebovlcl and Edward Edward Solomon, alternate. New Lots Evening High Frank Schor, Sam Schwlmer and Irving Willing, alternate. New Utrecht High James Lew, Morton Cytryn and Sidney Jaffe, alternate.. Girls Commercial High Miriam Maiman. Ester TasUlove and Svhia Fortnoy and Emily Guiding, alternates. alternates. Bay Hiilge Evenin? H!:;h Henry O. Semple, James V. Donohoe. Girls High Elsie Cohen, Adeline Johnson and Georglne Dessart, alternate. alternate. Alexander Hamilton High Daniel Goodman, Solomon Bromer and Samuel Kaufman, alternate. Brooklyn Technical High Samuel Cohen, Alexander Kanicnsky and William Hewitt, alternate. Brooklyn Evening High Morris B. Schnapper, Robert A. Saponaro and Walter Arm, alternate. Berrlmnn Junior High Julius Ashenofsky, Jacob Green and Isidore Schmitzer, alternate. Bushwlck High William Metzroth, Arnold Auerbach and 81dncy Klein, alternate. Boys High Julius Splro, Arnold Cohen and Abraham S. Tabak, alternate. Bay Rldfie High MurRiionle Marshall, Marshall, Aria Malone and Marjorie MarNaughton, alternate. Manual Training High Louis Gallo. John Smith and Abraham Kirmeyer, alternate. Thomas Jefferson Harold Ger-stenbleth, Ger-stenbleth, Ger-stenbleth, Ada Welssman and Anne Zalusky, Dora Dardick, alternates. Erasmus Hall High Victor Mayer, Sidney Kaplan and Murray Laufer, alternate. Bryant High, Queens Et tore Con-tint, Con-tint, Con-tint, Fasquale Ciossl and Sidney Klein, alternate. , COVRT fT. TRANSACTION. Pyle-Gray Pyle-Gray Pyle-Gray Real Estate Company, Inc., leased 500 square feet at 120 Court st. to Dr. Morris Epstein for a period of years at an aggregate rental of $6,000.