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THE BROOKLYN DAILY EAGLE. NEW YORK. SATURDAY. JANUARY 28. 1911. HIGH. SCHOOLS AND GRAMMAR SCHOOLS GRADUATE PUPILSi 8 6RAUUATES OF M, T. H. S. One Hundred of Them Made a Fine Spectacle. Bev Robert W. McLoughlin Made Address, and Superintendent Mc Cabe Presented Diplomas. One hundred smiling and hopeful graduates of Manual Training High School marched down the aisle last night and took their places in the auditorium to the music of Gounod's "La Reine de Saba," played by the school orchestra under the direction of Charles S. Yer-bury. The faculty and Invited guests occupied seats on the stage, back of a hugo embankment of flowers that encircled the footlights. The interior of the auditorium was a mass of flags and bunting, and a bronze figure of Washington that stood at ths left of the stage rested on a pedestal covered with smllax, carnations and evergreens. Robert II. Roy was down on the programme to make the address, but the principal. Dr. Charles D. Larklns, announced that late yesterday afternoon Mr. Roy called at the school and asked to be excused, as he was too hoarse to be heard, which the principal stated was very evident. The Rev. Robert W. McLoughlin of Park Congregational Church was reached by telephone and at the request of Mr. Larklns gave the address, which was listened to with deep interest. His subject was "Taking Oneself Too Seriously," and he advjsed his young hearers to refrain from believing themselves to be the one-important factor in life, and that a little humor injected into tho serious things of life often save them from failure. Mr. Dooley in this country and Bernard Shaw in England, two great humorists of our time, he said, were solving the problems of socialism by forcing one to read their arguments for the comedy element in them. Two pupils. Miss Frances Helen Fract-man and Jerome B. Barry, were awarded gold medals for the best theme In English literature, and that they had the goodwill of the whole school was Indicated by the tremendous applause they received. The presentation of diplomas was made by Superintendent James J. McCabe, and the graduates were: Marigold Ahrens Harry C. Keinr-r Emma B. Albeo E. Emorene Allen Marls A. Allison James ('. Anderson May Barredo Jerome B. Barry Bertha C. Benjes Ida May Boyd Kathryn D. Breeae Ulllan F. Kelly Catherine Edith Kerby Grace H. Kateham Herman F. Koch Gllda M. I .a Chase Anna M. Lord Howard Lynch Florence F. McCloskey Agnes C. C. McGowan Katherine R. Brewster Flarence E. McLaren W. Forsler P. Britten Hugh A. McTernan Helen Loretta Carey "Win. E. Marlborough Anna L. Cassldy Marie A. Matteson Gertrude Charlg Ebba Sophia Matteson Helen Louise Chatfleld clarence B. -Millard Ernestine M. Coates Henry L. Mischllch Grace F. Collins Ttose Morris Agnes M. Conklln K'.'na Morrison Chanlott M. Cunsolloy Grace E. Nattrass Marv Corhett Leonard Ollendorff "William Cretfelda, Jr. Irene Veronica Phalr Eugene ' J. Dltlntar Harriet G. Plough Catherine M. Dundcm Sadie Engel Harry W. Erregger Mary E. Feenan Helen Ferris Jesse C. Flshel Agnes V. Fitzgerald Hurrv Wheeler Potter MnbeL Rose Powell Grace Perkins Reed Mary Klquet Anna Roeckel Eva Beatrice Sands Marie HhO'ibs Carl F. Korssnerg Dorothea B. Smith Frances H. Krachtman Zella Marie Smith Laura Emily Galser Alma Vivian Story Herman Goldberg M. Edna Sweeny Julia Veronica Orllll Fred E. Groorly Roland C. Hall Agnes R. Halloran TClla C. iHanley Flfriedft J. Hansen Fdna M. Harper Edith W Harrington Helen R. Hayes Gladys Horn Mabel A. Huslng P. Albert Jacob, jr. Sva-Alma Jnppe Olga J. Johnson Emily L. Jung Alice Lucy Kaln Frances M. Theyson Ray Thomas Hannah E. Thorsen May Veronica Timony Mnv Louise Tuttle Snra M. Udell Arthur C. Wngler Marie Wellbroclt Katherln O Williams Alma Willis Florence Edith Wlmer Hazel Irene Wise Alexis Wttte, Jr. David Wood Mildred Louise Toung. EXHIBITION OF HOUSEWORK. Cooking, Washing and Ironing, Drawing and Painting, as Well as Embroidery, Advised. The department of ''home economics" at Public School No. 129, Quincy street, near Lewis avenue, made on excellent showing yesterday afternoon, and the mothers who visited the room were loud in their praise of what was being done. Dr.' Edward P. Crowell, the principal, is as much interested In the work of that special branch as is Miss Josephine Stanton, the teacher. He wrote to the editor to-day: "If you had only been present and tasted the good things tho girls had prepared you might have wished that you were starting housekeeping all over again." There Isn't the least doubt of it. The cooking room is itself sufficient to inspire Its occupants at least it was yesterday. There is an abundance of light and everything shone and reflected the good housekeeping. On the tables forming the hollow "'square were exhibited the work of the grades, dainty dishes of salads, breads, meats and puddings. In the center stood a model breakfast table, with the delicious grapefruit prepared and Inviting the visitors. No matter how "mean" a fellow might feci, tho array on that table would put new life into him. He just couldn't be peeved. But it Is not only cooking that girls learn. While that is a very Important part of home economies, it is not all. There is the laundering, and the girls of No. 129 are not ashamed to let their friends know that they can wash and iron. Ten costumes designed for girls who do housework and kitchen work, consisting of aprons, caps and cuffs, were on exhibition. These the girls had washed and ironed In school It was a part of the course. Besides, they had planned houses, flats and cottages, in colors, and they had good taste. The drawings were well executed, and the harmony of the color schemes Indicated that they were artists. They had also embroidered collars and belts, which were on exhibition. The girls who graduate from No. 129 are accomplished in many things which will make them good housekeepers and aomemakers. A GOOD MINSTREL SHOW Fraternity Men of Five High Schools Entertain. Brilliant Success Scored for Omega Alpha Pi at Kismet Temple. Fraternity men of five of the Brooklyn high schools last night joined forces an;l under the name of the Omega Minstrels gave a most successful minstrel show in Kismet Temple, Herkimer street and Nostrand avenue. It was a "big night" for the Omega Alpha Pi fraternity if Brooklyn and it was the first time that the five chapters, which are located In Boys, Commercial, Manual Training, and Krasmus Hall high schools and in the Polytechnic Preparatory School, had given an all-fraternity "show." The entertaln-men was pronounced a brilliant success, and set a new standard for minstrel shows among local school societies. The entire production was under the direction of.Willard Frank Harrington, Wfco.was a conspicuous figure at the An RELIGIOUS EDUCATION. This Is to Be Theme of Convention of Association Which Is to Meet in Providence. The Religious Education Association, at the Invitation of Brown University, is to hold its eighth general convention In Ppvldence February 14 to 16. Under the general theme, "Religious Education and the American Home," about thirty different meetings will be held, at which addresses will be delivered by some of the best known leaders In educational and religious activity. In addition to the meetings which the various departments of the association will hold separately, there will be general meetings held each evening, and among the speakers will be Dr. Lyman Abbott, Bishop William Law rence of Massachusetts, Miss Jane Addams of Hull House, Chicago, and President Henry C. King of Oberlln Col lege. President Faunce of Brown University, who, as a past president of the association. Is a life director, will preside over the meetings of the Department of Colleges and Universities, which will consider the special themes: "How to Aid College Students In Making a Safe Reconstruction In Morals and Religion" and "The Religious and Character Value of t!i Curriculum." Dean Alexander Melkeljohn of Brown University will discuss "The Religious and Character Value of English." CLASS DAY AT EASTERN. Fine Programme Presented by the Pupils Who Are to Be Graduated. The class day exercises of the January class, constituting the four-year course, were celebrated by tho pupils of the Eastern District High School, Marcy avenue and Keap street, yesterday after noon. The big auditorium was comfortably filled by the pupils and their friends. An excellent programme was offered and everyone was pleased. One of the features was the playing of the magnificent organ, recently installed, by the music master, Paul Mar tin. Max Nathans, president of the class, opened the exercises with an address. This was followed by the history of tho class, read by Paul Cohen. Twelve of the girls of the class danced the Taren-tella." The girls were Misses Smith, WIsht, Weber, Gllmartin, Pearlman, Rosenson, Harrison, Nilkel, Goldberg, Goldstein, Simons and Splro. The second part opened with a very clever class prophecy by Esther Splro. Her opinion of the different pupils brought forth much laughter. The presentations were then made by the Misses Fltzslmmons, Glnsburg, Goldberg and Schottlnnd. The programme concluded with "America, by the class. The officers are Max Nathans, presi dent; Lillian Casey, secretary, and Dora Pearlman, treasurer. MUSIC ESPECIALLY GOOD. The parents and other friends of the pupils of Public School No. 116, Knickerbocker avenue and Grove street, assembled yesterday to enjoy the closing exercises of this term. The pupils acquitted themselves very creditably. They showed that they belong to a music-loving community. The class songs, piano, violin and vocal solos were well given. The other exerciseB consisted of essays by the pupils, recitations, a wand drii and a pantomime representation of Pocahontas saving the life of Captain John Smith. This school, since Its organization eleven years ago, has beeu under the able administration of Miss Agnes a. Da Monde. Amoag her coadjutors are several whose term of service began with the opening of the school.. The residents of the district are loyal in their support of the school, which makes it popular and an inviting field of labor. BROOKLYN COLLEGE NOTES. This has been a busy week for the students of Brooklyn College. The mid-year examinations are in full swing, and classes continue in the regular order. The first term of the school year will close on Monday, January 30; Tuesday, January 31, Is the term holiday, and the new term will commence with February 1. The trial for positions on the baseball team has already been held, and an efficient battery has been selected to play during the coming season. The Athletic Association is confident that It will have a successful year. On Friday evening, January 20, the varsity basketball team met the Xavler College team, in the college gymnasium. Brooklyn scored a victory, the score being 32 to 13. "The Mikado," given by the boys of the grammar department on Thursday and Friday evenings, in the college auditorium, was well rendered. Both the acting and the singing of the boys did full justice to the operetta, and the audience was charmed with the tripping snatches of song that accompanied the action. In order to accommodate the parents of the students and the friends of the college, tho operetta was played on two successive evenings. HEFELEY INSTITUTE NOTES. A new term in the Regents and civil engineering departments begins on Monday. Yesterday afternoon President Norman P. Heffley gave an illustrated talk on "China," to the Btudents. Last evening "The Republic of Panama and the Canal" was the title of a lecture given by Dr. Thomas Edward Potterton of the Church of Our Father. Next Friday afternoon, February 3, will be the usual monthly entertainment and reception given to the Btudents. On this occasion the entertainer will be Frank G. Reynolds, who will tell stories, give recitations and generally make an enjoyable hour for the gtrls and boys. Following the programme there will be a dance, in the gymnasium. vil Chorus hantiupt the preceeding evening, Mr. Harrington conceived tho idea of making the show original In many respects and In place of the time-honored "circle," with a half a dozen "ends," this minstrel show represented a scene at a Fulton street restaurant, which apparently was an excellent representation of an Omega Aphha Pi banquet. The chorus was seated ubout Binall tables. In evening dress, while the "end men" were the waiters. The act was officially called "A Musical Banquet." Charles M. Davenport, one of the leading spirits In the fraternity, presided a& toast master, and called upon the Jlffer-(lit members "f the company to do their Utile "stunts." These look the form of the usual chorus anil end songs. Albert Sopp, who has gained quite a reputation as a minstrel, sang a song. "Constantly," which started the programme, In proper fashion. Mr. Pei-kham recited an English description of a baseball game; Russell Sloat sang "Alamo Hag" effectively, while Albert Keiners made an excellent impression in a bass solo. One of the hits ot the evening was scored by Dnnl'd Boihm, jr., who pro-trayed the character of Senator Han Kelly, an Irish politician, and dellverel an old-time political harangue and gave a song or two. Donald Mclntyre, in "Casey Jones," and Harry lllsosway. In ".Stop, Stop, Stop!" were two very popular numbers, which elicited many encores. .1. Alex. Dingwall, Jr., sang "1 Don't Care GRADUATESOFGIRLS HIGH Controller Prendergast Claimed as a Brother-in-Law. He Married One of the Former Oradu. ates, and He Accepted the Title. In the beautifully decorated auditorium of Girls Hleh School, af. Nostrand avenue and Halsey street, the semi-annual commencement exercises were held last night. The relatives and friends of the graduates packed the hall to Its capacity. One hundred and thirty-six pupils received diplomas, making it one of the largest classes that ever graduated from the school. A long and well-prepared programme was carried out during the evenina-. The exercises were interesting throughout. Arthur 3. Somers, a member of the committee on high and tralnlnor nehnnln delivered a brief address of welcome, at the conclusion of which he congratulated the graduates and wished them the best or success. In delivering salutations Miss Katherine Lucille Glidden, president of the class, referred to Controller William A. Prendergast, who was the guest of the occas-slon and the principal speaker, as a brother-in-law of the school, because be married one of its former pupils. A song entitled "Through the Silent Woods" was sung in memory of the lain Albert S. Caswell, late director of music and the composer of the song. It was followed by the reading of the roll call. which showed that Miss Caroline Austin Allison won the most number of nnints A song "Berceuse," from "Jocelyn," and a selection. "Azniis Do " h th h..- ates, accomnanipd hv vl.lin. i --. ..u..uu, fiiauv auu organ, were well given. controller Prendergast was introduced by Dr. William I. bo, ,i. -.,.,., uv pieaiueu at the exercises. Mr. Prendergast de- u,le e was pleased to be with the graduates as a hrmh his address, which was brief, the Control ler gave tne graduates some excellent advice. He talked about the education received in the schools of the greater city and wound up his talk by congratulating the graduates. After a few words of praise to the graduates Horace E. Dresser, another member of the committee on high and training schools, presented the diplomas to the following: Nettle Abrahamson Grace W. Meehan Kose AhraharYiaiin ,.. t.- i. . -- aiaiy rv. .Yieenan Caroline A. Allison Gertude M. Mehrten. rlara A- Meyerhotf Mabel I,. Rsskerville Neiiia Miller Esther Bergmann Grace C. Mlln Beatrice M. Bishop Berlha I. Mitchell vt n urace E. Mitchell - iwHriw Lt. Morgan Fl' l v B"rc"erdln Reglna C. Murnans muiiie Mare L. Morenn Elsie F. Borst Elsie R Vtrlll Pauline Nashlowltz Margaret A. O'Brien Loretta L. Buck Men t ,, 4,,,, riniKCO m. u UriBCOll .. j. ounce r lorence M. Paddck Frances L. Tamps Lillian S. Palmer Prances Carrlngton Allc G Price Lillian H. Church Estelle R. Price Cecilia M. Clark Elizabeth Prlnzing Ruberta J. Clark Emms. A. Raplwlrl L. H. Cllnkunbroomer Frances H. Retkewlcs Elizabeth H. I'olvln Frieda A. Rleckenberg Loretta O. CV,lllgan Edna I. Rodenberger Grace C. Conlough Edna M. Rogers Ruth M. Dalton Daisy E. Rosen Annie T. Dlgney Emma H. Rosenson fiertrude M. Duniprorr Helen M. Roth Edith F. Du Souchet Ethel Roy Mary K. Farrell Cecil E. Rumpf Lisa E. Flcker Evelyn O. Russell m.Muo rmumennart Kose Halwen Ethel P Fin,..!,... Bertha Schodsky Louise L. Schrlefer L. A. Schwanenlluegel Estelle A. Heaberg Ethel O. Franghladl Helen L. Oabler May E. Oullagher rreaa A. uerber ------ oenuian iwiiminm ,j. u. Kenn Sadie L. Goldman S. M. Khackleton Elizabeth D. Green Alice B. Sheridan Gertrude Groden Louise M. Simons Louise H. Hand Margaret R. Slutsk Florence Grace Hartye Reglna H. Slutsky Anna Hayes Edna R. Smart Beatrice Hecht Sallle G. Smith Ruth N. Horowitz Wllma F. Smith Id M. Howard Theresa Steger Florence E. Hull Edna C. Sternberg's F.orence J. 1 sen burger HelPn Stewart Lillian M. Jackson Edith M stoddaM Irene F. Karg Grace E, Strang Harriet M. Kehoe Florence J. Strom Anna H. Kennedy Etta E. Taylor Florence R. Klernan Ethel G. Thorns Edith M. Koehler Mary M. Toner Augusta Krenowltg Anna A. Try.m Anna Iwson Grace Van Deventer Mildred R. Le Vlness Lillian A. Vengoechea Edna La F. Little Geraldlne Walker Marie H. Lund Esther E. Walzer M. M. Macdowell Marian M. Warner Agnes V. Ma oney Lucy C." Watklns Mirmle T. Mann Pauline P. Welsberr Muriel M. Marresford Anna S. Werner Louise . Mayer MJrlam K. Wlllmann Janet W. MoOracken Madeline H. Winter Mary M. McGoey Renata M Wolff Mabel O. MoNamee Frances E. Wood Gertrude W. McNIrkla Katharine V. Wynne Mary G. McPhllllamy CERTIFICATES, Fannie RnH.bin Isabel Vallanha.h Gladys M. Cappa Alice L. Cnwhlll Alice W. Draper Ethel M. Eden Hallle D. Farquhar Mary F. Fogerty Helen E. Forshew Mildred A. Oroht Ruth L. Hlldreth Sadie J. Horowitz Evelyn M. Huethwohl Charlotte E. Ketchum Isabel F. Leddy Florence B. Moore Helen F. Murphy Lucy E. Potter Olive Redhead Elizabeth C. Redmond Antoinette C. Schnurr Bertha Schor Evelyn H. Thomaa Amelia A. Waach MRS. NORMAN AGAIN LOSES. Jfarried Woman Cannot Get Appoint, ment as Head of Department in School. The u. tempt of Mrs. Engrey F. Norman, a school teacher, living in this borough! to compel the Board of Education to appoint her an assistant principal was denied by the Appellate Division of the Supreme Court, In Munhattan, yesterday. Mrs. Norman has been a teacher in the public schools for twenty-three years, and In 1908 she was granted a head of department license, but has never been appointed. She made frequent attempts to obtain an appointment, but was always refused, on tho ground that she, being a married woman, was Ineligible. Mrs. Norman then applied to the courts for a writ of mandamus to compel tho board to grant her the appointment. Justice Blschoff refused her application, and on her appeal, the action of the lower court was affirmed. What the Weather Man Says." composed by William Schroeder, the chief musician of the company and the accompanist. The "German Girls" and "The Babies," scheduled to appear in his "support," did not appear. The Omega Quartet, composed of Donald Mclntyre, J. Alex. Dingwall, jr., Kenneth Perkins and Herbert A. Dingwall, made several attempts, to Blng and were a little off key. They caused great amusement and won many encores. The surprise of the evening, announced as a special feature, was Princess Rajah. This was found to be "Al" Sopp, who cavorted about tho stage in a burlesque "snake dance," and convulsed his friends by hU amusing antics. All the other songs won much applause for the young or"-tainers. The remainder of the programme Included "I'll Lend You Anything I've Got," by S. Glen Sweet, who could Blng and dance very well; "Gee. But It's Great to Meet a Pal from Your Own Town," by Leon An-drus; "Winter." by J. Curtis Aseevedo, and 'If I Could See as Far Ahead as I Can See Behind," by Leon M. Woodwarth and the customary finale. William Schroeder accompanied the fratcnrlty capitally at the piano. Besides the soloists, those who took part were: Ronald Kinney, Stewart Brush, Carl Mentrup, Charles Kean, W. Ward Leary, Herbert A. Dingwall, Fred erick Kinney, James Given, Jack Sllsbe, Hermanus Swan, William M. Onley, Jr., Thomas J. Ross, Roy Little, Allan D. Stoddart, James O'Connor, Joseph F. Schwab, James Ii. Brown, Lloyd Souvlllo, BRIGHT PORTO RICO GIRL Gets Medal for Advance in English in P. S. 112 Exercises of an . Interesting Nature, At Grammar School, No. 113, on Fifteenth avenue and Seventy-second street, yesterday morning a class of fifty-one was graduated. A notable feature of the graduation exercises was that a girl who came to Brooklyn two and one-half years ago from Porto Rico was awarded a medal for the greatest advancement In English. She Is Carmen A. Boysen. The exercises attending the distribution of diplomas were interesting, being replete with songs and recitations. The girl graduates sang and also appeared in folk dances, and an extra feature of the programme was a duet for violins, "Petit Duo Symphonlque" (Tours), by Hazel L. Young and Professor Harry Mollenhauer. The accompanist was Miss Edith G. Gil es. The valedictorian of the class was Titus B. Maxwell, whose dissertation on the life of John Greenleaf Whittler was received with hearty commendation. Charles L. Beckwith , In a recitation, also moved the parents present to applause. Miss Lucille Blinn recited "Maud Muller," Miss Gillies and Winifred Malcolm played a piano duet, "Autumn Days," and Miss Ethel A. Cramer delivered a recitation "In School Days." Henry J. Borchers, Jr., recited "The Three Bells" and Miss Anna C. Kannof-sky also recited, her selection being "The Gift of Tritemlus." Charles C. Schoeneck, chairman of the local school board delivered the address to the graduates, who were: Boys Charles L. Beckwith, Henry J. Borchers. Jr.; Lloyd D. Bucher. Carl R. Campbell, Wallace Chambers, Angelo J. Dell'Abate, Thomas J. Fee, Adolph E. Forstrom. Joseph A. Hancock. William J. Harquall, John R. Hayes, Leslie H. Head. David Jarvls, John A. Kivlen. John G. Krenkel, jr.; Titus Bonner Maxwell, Joseph McSweeney, Robert Held, Lawrence W. Sanchez, Royal E. Tlblin. Girls Luclle Blinn, Carmen A. Boysen, Ethel a. cramer, ina re. ue paima, Kocklna ri. I'albo, Ella Garden, Flora Gershun. Rose Gar. shun, Edith Glace Gillies, Helolse Ozler Greene, Gertrude S. Hanley, Helen H. Hermansen. Anna C. Kannofsky. Margaret C. Klaus. Jen nie I. Krenkel, Gertrude Agnes Leavell, Vera Lstelle Levvy, Winifred Malcolmn, F. E. Cfedys Mercer, Ethel I,. Monrmann, Mildred V R. Pedlar, Mary M. Reagan, Anna M. Kubertone, Mahle Eastwood Steele. Katherine Anna Sweeny, Marie E. Thomas, Mary Frances i rso, . it. Marie weitergren. Alice Williams, Dorothy Williams. Hazel L. Young. GRAMMAR SCHOOL GRADUATES PUBLIC SCHOOL NO. 11. Boys Julius E. Basloy, Adrian V. W. Bangs, HaroM R. Bell, Ilayimmd A. Brown, "Walter pj. Muuie, wiiiiam a. ( leary, Wallace m. loii-yers, John J. Karrell, Gerrlt S. Hudsun,' George A. Hudson, Edward Jones, Walt or O. L.ane, Philip E. IasaeD, Walter E. Lai line, Henry O, Linton, Wtliiam C. A. MnCroery, Austin MM)onouRh, ouis Ci.- Mllboner, Harvey F. Otis, Georgo H. lJalmfuiM, Philip L. Bollock, William H. Seabmok, William R. UUman, James H. Uncles, Gustaf A. Westerberg, Raymond Wheeler, Herbert Herzog. GirlsMarion A. Bamburger, Elsie G. Bell. Edna M. Blomberg, Ruth E. Bullivant, Florence M. Calhoun, Katherine E. Urummond, Catherine C. Fvx, Honor T. Fox, Agnes Gibson, Meta Gleschen, Anna R. Gluck, Almee L. Houghton, Kate O. Kerrigan, Fannie S, Knecht, Elsie M. Linn. Edith M. Iane, Florence P. Lee, Helen Malcolm, Dorothy R. Miller, May M. Murphy, Pearl C. Orgill, Hannah M. R-es, Gertrude Smith, Margery Smyth, Blanche Walling, Claire K. Wllle, Rusalie Wittenberg. PUBLIC SCHOOL NO. 19. Girls Sadie Apotheker, Rose Berger, Cecelia Berse, Gertrude Braunfeld, Mollie Brody, Irene A. Dillon, Rose Famllant. Clara Flinter, Katherine Glassman, Dora Goldberg, Lillian J. Goldberg, Mary M. Gondiosa, Jeanette R. Green, Frances Halpen., . ella Jacobson, Viola M. Jaqulllard, Dinah Levy, Ida 8. Lichtman, Fannie R. Markowitz, Harriet Plttman, Cella Rush. Dora fiawitz, Henrietta Y, Schwartz, Matilda Slatkln, Sarah D. Steckler, Jennie Htrauss, Norma M. Wobber, Sarah Waxier, Mamie Zleak. Boys Samuel Albert, Norman Bogin, Peter Cominarata, Herman C, Ehrllch, Frank V. Eveline, Jacob Garflnkle, Samuel J. Gross, Henry J. Grotheer, Harold Harris, Benjamin Hurewitz, Samuel Kalian, Abraham Kaplan. Maxwell Katz, Harry Kerner, George Kuttin, Herman L, Leiman, Peter Levlne, George L. Magnuson, Henry Margoshes, George May, John J, McPartlan, Samuel Miller, Herman S. Naeher, Max Reichard, Luciano Sahaggio, Bernard Slckliok, Jesee Stickel. Loufs A. Trapp, Isidor Weinsteln, George W. Wtat. PUBLIC SCHOOL NO. 26. Boys Reginald Aberle, Bernard Apelt. Andrew Austin. Ufred James Bagley, Marion Ballard, William Bennett, Millard Fillmore Bird. Lloyd Bowland, Harold Brelning, Meyer David Brusteln. Frank Klrby Cross 'Herman Daych, Benjamin Dletz, William Edward Fanning, Isador Irving Finkelsteln, Robert Frank, Edward French. Rudolph Gerber, Julian Goldman, Henry Rochester Gregory, Harry Grossman. Randall Aaron Hagerman, Arthur Himer. Harry Hoefling, George Hoffman, Leonard Hubert, Clarence Hunerhof, Samuel Jes-selson, Slgmund Kaswiner Harry Levinson, Ijoo May. Austin Mcegan, Arthur Olson. Alfred Owens, William Parkinson, Harold Pendleton, Harry Plzer, Samuel Relber, George Relchels-heimer, Fred Ruoffj Louis Sanders, Irving Schafer. Edward John George Schmid, Harry Schwartz. August Charles Spamer. Charles Steuerwald. Edgar Tappen, Fred Thohen, Bur-tls Frank Thompson. Edwin Quayle Tostevin. Roy LVerett Tucker, Roy Jesse Wagner, Em-erm Woerhle, George Wolf. Girls Lulu Anna Albers, Lillian G. Ashley, Sophia Heurman, Anna Margaret Blagen, Mar-tha Brown. Winifred Agnes Browne, May An-nabell Butler. Hattie Meta Butt, Frances Agnes Byera, Ruth Deborah Chalmer Hose Louise Conn. Rose Diamond, Josle Lindell KUery Henrietta Frank, Edythe Gertrude Frost Gertrude Violet Fuehrer. Anna AugUBta Galler, Florentlna C. E. Gerndt, Miriam Hegarty, Edith Heineman. Frances Anna Kempf Florence Hyde Knlffen, Dora Kohn. Maude Kron-engoM. Margaret Alice Kurz. Anna Lefkowitz. Minnie Anna McCormick. Marjorie Ellen McDonald, Rose Nusbaum. Ruth Agnes Patterson Kllzabeth Porla. Nettle Van Wart Pesingor! Sadie Marion Poppel, Martha Marion Price, Ida Lucille May Robinson. Rebecca Rosenberg' Edna Roth, Sophie Schaefer. Emilv Gertrude Schilling. Marie Madeline Segna, Frances Veronica Tamke, Agnes Gertrude Titus, Augusta Margaret Anna Voight, Grace Myton Werd. Frances Johanna Werkmeister, Hazel May Werner. PUBLIC SCHOOL NO. 45. Roys Herman Adler, Paul Beere. Fred d-ningsby, Thomas Curran, Charles Deal, Max Feldman, Isidore Goldstein, George Gure, Emanuel Hollner, Harold Hnyle William Karnes William Kolyer, Robert Maher. Edward Mandel. Albert May, Henry Monrmann. Joseph Montefusco, Henry Ronebrock, Thomas Saggese, Herbert Schneider, George Schriever, William Sinclair, Frank Tooker, Herman Wagner, Frank Walker, Andrew Walsh. cnanes wood.- Girls Fannie Anderson. Elizabeth Becht, Florence Powdery, Anna Coney, Frances Chen. Lucille Cooper, Janet Dein. Edna Ehler. Eleanor Fletcher, Theresa Friedman. Jeanette Gibson. Ida Heber. Marguerite Hnhorst. Dorothy Hanlngton. Anna Haaok, Merle Jones, Anna Knebel. Lillian Kane, Lillian Klein-mann, Ethel Luts. Elsie I,akf Eliza Lincoln. Marie Mnrx. Helen McNeil, Evelvn McMurrav. Ruth Mlddleton. Astor O'Connor. Isabel O'tiara, Grace O'Keefe. Anna Radden. Ethel Riley, Theodora Shiffer. Frieda Schrlefer. Be.tsle Wllkenfeld. Hannah Wllkenfeld, Henrietta Wellbroch. Rachel Wuerdemann, Helen Zshoma. Margaret Maetrlch. 3d, Raymond Welsh, Sylvester S. May. jr., Kdward C. Droge, Frederick Renaud, Frank C. Keeler, Russell T. Onley, Donald Stuart, Walter Firth, John M. Greason, George H. Plympton, William Ellert, Arnold Ellert, Frederick Maurlin, Hamilton Mclrines. After the show the floors were cleared and dancing took place and continued until a late hour. ADELPHI COLLEGE NOTES. The honor system in examinations is in voguo at Adelphi, and In the four examinations that have been held in the past two days there has not been the slightest evidence that any other system was needed. The Adelphi College basketball team will play the Brooklyn Training School five, Friday evening, February 3. This will begin the post-examination college activities. The committee elected to select a play to be given by the men of tho college Is composed of Alwln Thaler, Burton Barrs and Allan Nicholson. Miss Virginia Grlswold will coach tho cast. The Delta Gamma Sorority Is planning a dance to be held Friday evening, February 24. The. annual conference of the Student Y. W. C. A. will be held In June al Oyster Bay. Tho local association will be represented by several members, PUBLIC SCHOOL NO. 76. Girls Gertrude Abramson, Edna Eleanor Bartow. Nellie Brlnsley, Jose Cohen, May Fin-gar, Irene Beatrice Fisher, Helen Fltts, May linu, Eleanor Merle Hamilton. Jessie Hill Paula Emella Hornberger. Lulu Frances Horst. mar.n, Ijouise lannace, Katherine Marie Klaus, Rose Klein, Lillian .I.e Beau, Ernestine Ross Ienhard, Sarah Marcus, Amelia Josephine Meyer. Elizabeth Christina Meyerhoefer. Miriam Meyersburg, Anna Ida Mohr, Frances Mary Montalbano, Pauline Moor. Teresa Clothilda Murray, Cecilia Hazel Price, Teresa Radgiff, Jennie Schwartz, Louisa. Helen Anna Thlemsen, Emella Wagner, Viola Wallls, t-sther Zwetschkenbaum. Boys Morris Addis, Louis Aldolno, James H. Anderson. Walter E. Bender. Irving O. Brock- elman, Charles Broggelwlrth, Louis Cohen. George Dean, August Dlschley, George Dombo, George Egner. . Robert W. Evans. Edwin J. Fries, Samuel Garnnkel, Leon Goldln, Islle u. uroeecnier, Arnold H. Hodgson, Adoir A. Hundertmark, Herman C. Jaeger, George W. Pantzer, Elliott I. W. Peterson, Henry Reppa, Howard ! , Koeding, Maurice Kosenthal, Antony Salvatore. Edward ,T. Schoenemann. Albert W. Schubert, William A. Speth, William F. Strube, Seaman Van Houten, Nathan beldenberg. PUBLIC SCHOOL NO. 77. Girls Viola Banker. Margaret Black. Dorothy Brennan, Lillian. Bulger, Marlon Clarity, Anna tonnony, Katnieen uorsie, Mildred cox, urace Crowe, Eleanor Curnow, Sarah Ehrllch. Mareah jrwin. Alicia Fry, (iiatiys Gardner, Kannie Liarguiio. josle (iugtsn, Josephine Hemming, Martha Hous, Lucy Hueller, Mabel Hutchinson. Lillian Jacoby, Adele Koch, Gertrude Lock wood, Mary McCartney, Elisabeth Mc- uonam, jiiitn mckiddid, Marion Morris. Minnie Morrison. Loretta Nowlln. Marie Perkins, Clara Ruhde. Catherine Ryan, May Smith, erirua squire. Abble Taiein, Bessie vernei Carrie Baird. Helen Beyer. Frances Blain, Anna Blythe, Grace Corleis, Edna Dawson, Ella Dempsey, Catherine Dobbins. Marie- Ed wards, Jennie Foster, May Gaulton. Lucretia d'Guerra, Else Helmke, Helen Harbers, Sara i-ienaricKson. uora MopKins, Anna jonnson, Marie Kennedy. Ingeborg Lawrence, Myra Light, Mildred Lyon, Gertrude Mangels, Emma Mejviue, riennette Meyer, Dorothea Moore, Isabel More, Ethel Olsen, Mabel Peacock, Hilda yuicK, Margaret Sandford, Marie Spitt, Helen Simmon, Marion Tebo, Elisabeth Wenz, Gladys wooa. Bovs Charles Arents Charlen Atkins. . Alex ander Aucliterlonie, Herman Bornhoeft, Frank Congiarella. Ralph ChlshoJm, William Clark, Aloprt CocKshaw. Wesley Doran. tJeorge Ehlers. James Fullum, Thomas Geehr. Ralph Griffith, John Greenllng. William Halloran, Harry HorsLman, Fred Imperato. Harry Keller, Harry Lafrenz, Isador Levinson, Barney Levine, Richard Matheson. Dudley Merril, William Morton. John Otgen. John Qulrke, William Booney. Marion Scott, Franklin Smith, Raymond Smith, John Soninierlad. Frank Stone. Roswell Thompson. Howard Toner. John Vespoli, Harry Weldon, Harry w axeibaum. Wilbur Andrews. Gordon Babcoclc. Milfred Beck. Fred Berndt, Sherman Cash. Gerald Dooher. Edward Edwards. Joseph Flanagan, Howard Greve. John Hayden. Allen Jones, Howard Kramer. Charles Lauchantin, Lawrence Lee. Lark IBter. Charles McGuire, John McWalters. George Miller. John Mona-han Victor Nllson. Nathan Piesaehow. Charles Perrine, Kenneth Pooton. William Schneider, Mortimer Schwarz. George Snyder. Benjamin Thelsc. Girard Thomson. Howard Van Buren, Louis Vollaro. Samuel Weller. John Werring. Edgar Whltmore. Ernst Wilemmth. PUBLIC SCHOOL NO. 89. William Bender, Edward H. Bleckwehl, Benjamin T. Butterworth, David I. Danzlger, William J. Dobson, Ieon Gaugler, Louis E. Jacobi Walter J. Mackenzie. Elmer C. Sachse, Sarah ' Ashton, Helen V, Corcoran. Edith C. Douglass. Emily A. Duffy. Lillian M. Fox, Anita M. Gautler, Florence Heede, Lavlnia p Heede, Isabel II. Henry, Mary L. Hewitt, Ruth H. Hogle. Henrietta M. Johnson, Agnes W Kellv Gertrude B. Knapp, May Leahy, Ada M'-ad, Marv M. Neary. Blanche H. Wey-hard Grace Osborne. Hilda E. Ottoson Grace E. Puilich, Elizabeth A. Rounds, Madeline R. Rudick Edith Quinn. Raena Samuels, Lena A. Schmidt, Gladys Stephenson. . Principal. Alie E. B. Bitter: assistant to principal, Emily A. Howd; class teacher, Emma L, Hayneft PUBLIC SCHOOL NO. 93. Jennie M. E. Alberg, Charles Andrews, Hilda M. Barowh. Arthur W. Bates, Kenneth Beat-tie Chester Bell, William C. Benson, Joseph W Blair. Florence E. Blake. Sarah E. Bliss, Joseph Bosman, Lillian F. Brlngman, David Brooks, Kendal J. Brower, Gerard A. Burchell, Beatrice B, Cowley, Alexander S. Calvin, Charles W. Cannon, Ethel E. Chadwtck, Henrietta Cohen, Vincent D. Curran, Clarence J. Crvsler Julian Del Mnnte, Edward W. Derrick, William H. Dunham, Julia A. Farrell. Sadie I. Fenn. Lo'ilse M. Fesaler. Mabel P. Fielder. Marjorie L. Fisher, Eleanor L. Fletcher, Gladys A. French, Wilbur T. Gardner, Theresa M. Gilgan. Benjamin Glnzburg. Samuel L. Galuback, Fdna -M. Greene, Abraham Gullsh, Jeanette M. Hamlin, Matilda D. Hatton. Edith G. Heb-berd. Bartow F. Holmes, Fred C. Home. Ruth Hubhard, Charles F. Huher. . Patience A. Hubert, Madeline C. Isoe, Rigmor I. Jensen, Peter E. Johnson, Robert I. Johnaon. Minnie L. Kantro Madeline E. Kearns. Joseph F. Klely, Jessie M. Klrkpatrlck. Theodore . Klelne, Alan H. Knowles, Sadie A. Linden, Otto C. Under, Florence V. LJston,- Albert J. Lynch, Stuart J. MacKntght Alfred Martin. Norman McLintorh. Raymond McManls. Leo Mlchaelis, Ada Miller, Harold S. Moon, Harold S. Myers. Norman I, Newton, Harry E. Ogren, Beatrice L. Oldham, Oscar R, Ostergren, Byron Parks, LeRoy J. Peck, Walter V. Pehrsson. Frances C. Perry. Fred J. Pfelffer, Anna Provan. Will- lam Rats. Anna I. Relnhardt, Agnes R. Roeh- ford. Marie A. Roder Helen B Pnulu A,- drew Schnltz, John D. Schnehbe, Lester C. Pink David Finkelsteln, Aaron Fried, Nathan St. Claire L. Somerville, Irving J. Spell- Frledopfer, Max Geller.John Gerstner win-man. Jean D. Stafford, Anna L. Stleglltz. anl Goepfert Abraham HotTman. Joseph Honr-Emily M. Ton-aschart. Irving B. Trlbcken. man Charles J. Hymowltz. Abraham Ker-Wllliam E. Vass. Iulse c. Von Hagen, shenbaum. William N. Llebesman Morris Blanche F. Von Hagen. George W. Wachtel, Meltzer William Mlttleman. Jacob Rabinowitz, William R. Waldman, Fred E. Walton. Joseph Max Ro-cnberg, Paul Scherer, Isidor Schneider, Winter. William G. Woodward Austen F. Joseph Bchwlmmer. Abraham Sesansky. win- Wright. PUBLIC SCHOOL NO. 94. Boys Edwin Albert Ackerman. Costl Michael Antakl, David Johnson Rampdell Armour, Alfred Emll Bentzen, Alfred William Cary, William Walter Cerny. Herbert Arthur Dale, Edward Stephen Desarals, Peter Frederick Dun-ker, James Robinson Farrlsh, Albert Erich Gcngebach, Alfred John Glddlngs, William Mc-Kllley GUtler. Rudolph John Gustafson, Michael Essa Haddad, Joseph Clement Hanson, jr.; Joseph William Hollahan. Jr.; William Emerson Holmes. Jr.; Erwln Ellis Jones. Frank Edward Lacy. Frederick Lewis Long. Henry Frederick Ludeniann. Jr. : Henrv Fred erick Mallv. Jr. ; John Hector Mclntyre. Lloyd M?rwln, Frank Joseph Monahan. Henry Frederick Rlchmlller, Jr.; Herbert Lurtnig Salo mon. Eugene David Soullard Bernard Stone. John Tletje. John Franklin Tuttle. Charles John Vlviano. Frank Xavler Walsh, Zenan Anthony Wllbeck. GirlR Edith Adeline Ackerman, Anna Ulrica Anderson. Florence Hunt Bates. Loretta Au- Jrtista Conrad. Juliette Elizabeth Cooney, Xancy Maria D Alessandro, Ruth Anna Evans, Mary l.oulBo Gerlando. Helml Maria Gustaf- son, Mary Agnes Hall, Theresa Gertrude Hall, Agnes Christine Hlnrlchs, Estelle Marcella Hurteau. Lillian Llebman, Mary Catherine Mc-Keever. Laura Christina Meincke. Amelia Hen rietta Meyer. Ellen Anna Monahan. Helen Jane M-rrl.ton, Helen Margaret Murphy. Margaret Catherine Rhill, Anna Agnes Riley. Paula Johanna Sahm, Anna Josephine Thles, Alma Louise Weber. Edna Florence Williams, Rose Weinberg, Alice Thompson. PUBLIC SCHOOL NO. 122. Henry Ahrens, Harry Appel. Fred Barbantl, William Harnett. Herman Berlngause. Robert Hregman. Frank Burt. Harold Cohen. ErneBt Dovney, Robert Pracbman, Samuel Dropkin. Herman Enselberg. Mnses Feuerman, Fred Kriedrlok. Phllln Oolclnne, Isidor Goldsmith,-Samuel Goldstein. Herman Haase. William Harrold rteorge Jacob. George Kaplan, IxiulB Klein. Walter Klein. Ray Langnn. Jacob List. William Marks. Julius Mendelsohn. Edward McEneany Edward Mlntz. Samuel Mohr, Fred Mosconl, vlncent Muokewietz, Inils Newman. Jack Rablner. John Randel. Hyman Rosen. Gustav Rosenberg. Morris Rosner, Touls Sanf, Tuis Singer. Charles Walters. Harris Woolf-son. Girls Augusta C. Asch. Cecelia Banith. Mertha Berkowltz. Rebecca Berkowitz. Evelyn c. Rosellne. Hildcgard C. Bowen, Dora Cohen, Fannv Cohen, Edith Cooperman. Mary A. Cum. mlngs. Marv A. Doran. Edna M. Farmer. Estelle L Grautopf, . Puth Green. Dora Orltz. Irene Halloran. Adele L. Hartman. Fannie Hershnwitz Augusta S. Hoenlg Rcae Jacobs, Marv V. Kcnrne- Either Krelndler Hultle F. Landers, Elsie A. Levlne, Kussie D. L'Hom-medieu, Mary T. Lynch. Augusta Markowitz. TEACHERS' WASHINGTON TOUR Dr. Fradenburgh Has Made All ArrangementsHalf of the Places . Are Already Taken. The Itinerary for the Washington tour which will be conducted during the Easter recess for Brooklyn teachers by Dr. A. G. Fradenburgh Is practically arranged. The party will leave New York by special train on Saturday, April 8. at 10 A.M., arriving In Washington at 4 P.M. Automobiles will talcs the party to the hotel, after which an automobile tour of the city will be taken. In the evening the Congressional Library will be visited. For Sunday morning there will be no special programme. Those who do not desire to go to church will find a vtoit to the Congressional Library by daylight or the automobile tour to Rock Creek Park most enjoyable. On Sunday after- i noon the Corcoran Art Gallery will claim J the principal attention. On Monday morning a tour of the Capitol will be made under the direction of the best guides obtainable. For this visit the party will bo divided Into small squads. On Monday afternoon Mt. Vernon, Alexandria and Arlington will be seen. A special train on the Mt. Vernon and Vir Anna H. Martin. Dora Marcus. Rosalie Marcu-lescu. Rose Mandelmaum, Jennie Mendelson, Charlotte Moje. Anna A. Murphy. Rose Newman, Helen Nolan, Grace G. Oakley. Anna E. Olsen. Frances Orange. Adelaide Parker, Ethel Parker, Anna Rabinowitz. Rebecca Rabino-wltz, Gertrude Rackensiese. Fannie Ruben-stetn. Florence Roach, Theresa Roaenbaum, Rose Sable. Mlroem Scharfman. Rose Scharf-man, Pauline Schnall. Rose Scherer. Vera Seheftel. Sophia Schulman. Annette Schwartz, Mamerite V. Simon, Julia Spain. Bessie Solin-ger. isabelle Stuart Tessie Stelnerman. Rose Teitlebaum Fl. G Von der Linn. Ethel A. Watson, Mamie Weisstein. Edith M. Wicht, Florence Widmtr. Hattie Wolpert. Lillian Zeigler, PUBLIC SCHOOL NO. 123. . Girls Katherine H. Ankner, Frances H. Al-tholz. Anna M. Babel, Irene M. Baumann. Bertha Becker, Llllle E. Blakle, Clotilda V. Bom-bara, Angelina M, Corse.. Josephine F. CzaJ-kowskl, Beatrice H. Ianzlg-er, Rebecca 1.. Eckert. Rose A. Fabri, Keglna Falk, Mary J. Fels, Matilda Fischer, Elizabeth B. Hach, Margaret Hammer, Anna E. Hollan, Eva K. Hildenbrand, Dorothy R. Hlzberger, Elsie Iehle, Mathilda H. Imhnf, Marie H. Jaeger, Anna M. Koser, Marie Keller, Elsie R. Roster, Frieda T. Krieg, Julia Knipe, Anna A. Ledermann, Mary A. Lambert, Elsie Llpp, Ma- tllHa Martin Dnrn VfvMr Annn. M Meeerln. fMlnnie W. Megerle, Madeline C, Mauer. Helen M, Miller. Anna 1- Miller, Matilda Mltcneu, Louise Pfellter, Wanda A. Poplaw.kl, May A. yulnn, Martha O. Reahl, Elizabeth M. Roache, C. Pauline Relnhart. Lena P. Sala-dlno. Catherine Sauer. Katherine E. Scheldt. Julia E. Bchaper, Elsia C. ScharfTenberger, Anna Bchwarz, Clara A. Tecka, Hannah B. Travis. Minnie J. Ulmschnelder, Florence M. Volz, Mamie J. Wanner. Lena H. Walter, Alma Wlllhardt. Sophie E. Wendelken, Teresa E. Weiss, Anna E. Wisbauer. Rose Weltzel. Bovs Erie (1 Anderson. John .C. Boos. Mor timer M. Bernstein. George H. Beck. Michael J. Buonaguro, William D. Cowle, Charles Cor-win, John Dlttus, Henry A. Eschenbach, Will-lam H. Eckert. Henry F. Engeler. Louts L. Faller, Henry Forrer. Joseph F. Fuller, Henry It. Flanders, Robert M. Gln.ty, Stephen J. Gulotta, John J. Gumbel, Frederick Gurka, Joseph Ilasl, Harry F. Krlegle, Henry B. Lenz, Emll Mayer, George R. Morhard, Leonard H. Mlnch, George A. McNulty, Joseph Neuwlrth, George (. Norell. Thomas E. O'Connor, Ben jamin W. Pomerantz, Harry B. Reichard. Frederick F. Rltter. William H. Spero, Charles ftanzone, John A. Suhre, Raymond M. Schultz, Anton M. Scardavllle, George Bcheubel, John Schrof, Andrew J. Schultz, Jacob Schulz, Percy H. Hchwerzel, George R. Smith, George Strati, Jacob J. Treblng, August Vlemelster, Henry A. Vetter, Charles Vlebrock. George Weber, William F. Wider, John J. Xeller, David M. Zuckerman. Oscar Zeltz. . PUBLIC SCHOOL NO. 140. Ruth Anderson. Marie Becher. Gladys Bolin, Esther Caplan. Gladys Clayton, Gladys Cor- bett. Inga Dahlberg. Helen Hanson, Inga Harris. Beatrice Hennessy. Alice Ingram, Charlotte James. Alice Johnson, Eleanor Kark-anen, Loretta Kenney. Helen Knight, Ethel Larson, Elizabeth Lorenz. Grace Maclwnald, Mary Martlngano. Anna Meyer, Viola Morrell, Helen Nelson, loretta Noonan. Ijottie Pruch- now, Ruth Walde. Minnie Windhorst. Rose Blscotti. lilla Hoardman, fjuna j-iouion, Veronica Conners. Florence Danlelson, Mabel Dolan. Grace Glfford. Freida Hahn, Elsie Heldelberger, Edith Slogan. Elslnore Jensen, Ethel Jouan. Esther C. Iarson. Esther Lar- rion. Hilda Lundberg, Inez Macuonald. aoie Markourtz. Celia Mlntz, Mollie Mintz. Elsie Olsen, Ruth Purdy. Florence Rletzel, Ida Smith Knth Stromherer. Marv Toomey. Pau line Vogel, Bertha Warshauer, Julia Zelenko, PUBLIC SCHOOL NO. 143. Edna Beattie. Josephine Cohen. Ida Flsch- man. Evelyn ooldberger, uertruae nenscoei. Ethel Hretz Bessie JuiTe, Hertna K.aiz, v-xer-trude Keller, Charlotte Koehler. Anna Koerbel, Clara A. Laboda. Sarah Luskin. Agnes j. Maresca, Florence Mullen, Anna ieuaecaei, Martha DlK-or Anna RamuelSOn.' I,uclle A. Schaefer, Malta Schmidt. Isabell M. Slmonette, Anna Singer, Julia JU. laKaca PUBLIC SCHOOL NO. 147 GIRLS. T3A. Avinakv Rniie ADDel. Sarah Apter, Rose Beer, Sarah Berger. Ana Bernstein, Cella Bookman, Rebecca Bronstein, Sarah Brown. Henrietta Cetron, Rose Dan, Bessie Feldman, Rose Feldman. Esther Fldler, Sarah Fischer, a .,,.. TivieHmnn Yetls. Gettleson. Frieda Gol.lberg. Rebecca Goldberg, Rebecca Goldman, Sadie Green. Mollle Greenbaum, Florence Haft, Ettle Haskln, Anna Hallnte. Llllle Helmano-wltz, Dora Hochstadt, Etta Jacolow, Rose Jaskowltz, Hattie Kaplan. Dora Karp, Minnie Keshner, Mslvina Landesber, Bessie Laurie. Fannlo Lleborman, Rebecca Lleberwltz. Ray Llnschitz. Cella Lubinsky, Sarah Mannies, Dora Mftlder. Cella Margulies. Ethel Markowitz Yetta Mendelow, Lena Moskowlta, Anna Memser, Llllle Nlzen, Sadie Rubin. Stella r...u c.h niihinMnn Anna Samson. Gran f rlolfa Santo, Rose Salsltz. Bessie Schlsler, Ida Schless, Anna Schtlll, Mary Schwartz, Rose Sv.iir,.W. Pauline Shaulro. Dora Silverman. Sarah Silverman, Mollle Slndel, Etta Singer, Fanie Singer, Rose Terrlck, Mary Tismonet-sky Yta Tuckman, Sadie Valensky, Bertha Wareck. Rose Weinsteln. Fannie Weiss, Annie WeiBsman, Rose Wosskow. PUBLIC SCHOOL NO. 148. Boys-Gasper O. Abbene, Philip Alkin. Rudolph P. Amtman. Carl Ban el. Julius Becker, Henry M. Bedell. Abraham Berger. Emll Berliner. Solomon L. Bloomfteld John S. Buon-glouo. Cyrus Brin. Harold' L Brln Irt'lo criarmowitz. Alex Cohn, Edwan Dobkln. t.. , .lnh Bnlnmnn Favef. AUKUSt lam Steinberg. Harry D. Splelherger. Abraham Surnamer. Martin u. i:irtcn. r,e..j...... - berg Bernard V. Widynskl. Jacob M. Wolff. Hvman Young. Reuben Zucker. . Girls-Anna Appel. Amelia Appe . Hannah Block. Sadie Bloch. Cella Bernstein. Esther R. Cohen. Etta Dlener. TiUle Dropkin Estelle Feldman, Caroline Flatow. Anna FauBt, Mollle Gershonowltz, Rose Glassman, Miriam Goldberg Bessie Goldowltz. Dorothy Harbus. Martha Harris. Esther Halken, Rebecca Karol, Bertha Kanterman. Minnie Kasten, Esther Kaufman, Mollle Knoll. Bessie Levlne, Sad e Reglna Luftlg. Sophia Thelma Marks, Cecelia Mcltzer. Sadie Navarrl. Anna Rosenberg, Anna Rosenblum, Celia Rothsteln, Dinah Schachter, Elizabeth H. Schachter. Angelina Helen Schuster. Sadie Shapiro. Cecelia Shirk. Esther Simons Angelina Tambury. Lillian "'an1". Anna Wachtel. Helen Catherine Wagner, Miriam Wasserman, TiUle Zlegler. PUBLIC SCHOOL NO. 149. Bovs Harrv Blren. Isidore Bauman. Julius BUtz'er Max Bloom. J thn Buizl. Morris Cutler, Irving Dubrnff, David Dushklnd. Barney Even-skv Isidore Fagin. Henry Frank, Jacob Oolden-kranz, Alexander Goldman. Samuel Greenberg. Joseph Gross. Alexander Helmowltz, 8muel Israelson. Benjamin Jacobson, Samuel Kallsky. David Karp. Jacob Klelnfleld. Isidore Koeppel. M tses Kossow. Hyman, Levlnthal. Milton Law-l'os Leo McGeedy. Joseph Ochshom. Moses 1 lilt Mever Slegal, Nathan Slsselman. Isidore Sadr. Frank Schaeffer. Max Sohneer. Saul Shure. Joseph Sibree. Harry Sorter. Isidore Stark. Manuel Sternberg. Samuel Strauss and Harrv Wlsnlpolsky. (Ilr'ls-Selma Becker. Eva Berman Mary Rogorad. Mary Browser. Mildred chamberlain, Augusta Cliersfeld. Sadte Cymrot, Lillian D Is. Ada Drusin. Sophie Fagln. Bessie FJsrhler, Minnie Fogelson, Mary Glass. Rose Glai-ser, Lillian Goldstein. Sadie Gold.teln, Henrietta Gruber Marv GwlrtJiman, Annie Helschuber, Clara Kamarow, Marguerite Klemp. Anna Klvtkle Helen Lambert, Bertha Levlnthal, Jennie Levy. Lena Levy Pauline Levey, Josephine Lewlnsohn, Minnie Mollln, Cella Nathanson. Dora Netzer, Amelia Ooedlng. Gertrude Phllllppson. Ida Plotkln. Gussle Rosenberg. Bella Rosenzwelg. Fannie Rothman, aarah Rothman. Pauline Schatz, Rose Shorr. Gertrude Sonln, Mollle Trokle and Esther Wllensky. Mixed V. Ahramson, I. Altmnn, C. Augen-thaler, M. Blank, A. Cohen. E. Cohen. It-Cohen. M. Cohen. H. Glass. L. Goodman. J. Greenberg, S. Hvman. R. Johnson. I. Kaplan. M Kase. M. Kolishman. W. Rosenberg. S. Rudo'ph. S. Schmulewltz. M. Silverman. B. Smith. I Sternberg. G. Stollak. M. Weinsteln. H. Yukolls. H. Sohllrff, N. Tunlck. Girls F. Gettlnger, E. Ginsberg. H. Kaplan. F. Lerner. H. Neckamkus. M. Pimeranz. S. Rushnlck. E Schneider. S. Schatwrf. O. Schaplr H. Sibree, K. Sllversteln and T. Bloomfleld. ginia Electric Railroad has been engaged for the trip. During Tuesday visits will be made to the Bureau of Printing and Engraving, Smithsonian Institute, Washington Monument. United States Treasury, White House, etc. These visits will all be made in small parties, except that all will go at noon to the White House, where it is expected the party will have an opportunity to pay Its repeects to President Taft. The return to Brooklyn will be made on Tuesday evening, leaving Washington by special train at 5 P.M. Dr. Fradenburgh Is glad to be able to announce that the trip to Arlington will be made without any extra expense. About half of the number who can bo taken have already secured their accommodations. Dr. Fradenburgh Is donating his services, and If there is any profit it will be turned over to the college for the benefit of the teachers' causes. AN ATTRACTIVE EXHIBIT. An Individual exhibit attracting much attention at the Child Welfare Exhibit is that made by the Children's Museum of the Brooklyn Institute. Within extremely limited space enough has been placed to allow comprehensive idea of the museum's collections and of its plan and scope, tho admirable special labels contributing to this. Selection and arrange SCHOOL FIFTY YEARS OLD Occasion Celebrated Yesterday at Public School No. 27. Public School No. 27, Hicks and NeTo streets, was fifty yearB old yesterday, and many of the older residents, parents of. the children in the school and alumni, assembled in the old building,, where appropriate exercises were given. The guest of honor was Miss Agnes Humphreys, the. first principal of the school. She was presented with a huge bouquet of fifty dahlias by the teachers. Miss Humphreys was the first woman principal of a grammar school In Brooklyn. Judge Jacob Brenner spoke of his early experiences In the school. He began when the school first opened and stayed for ten years. He paid high tribute to MIbs Humphreys, who was then principal. Announcement was made that he would present to a pupil of each graduating class hereafter a medal for highest scholarship. . A flag was presented to the school, In commemoration of the anniversary, by the Erie Basin Board of Trade. Frederick W. Silleck. president of the board, made the presentation speech, after which the entire school saluted the flag and sang the "Star Spangled Banner." The exercises began shortly after the noon recess. Many prominent persons In public and private life who once attended the school were present. Members of the Board of Education of New York City were also present and sat with the othei-guests on the platform. The exercises began with the singing of "The Lord Is My Shepherd." Purvis J. Behan, principal of the school, gave an address of welcome. Following the address the school sans "Annie Laurie." Then came the presentation of the flag given by the Erie Basin Board of Trade, and its acceptance by the school children and the teachers, who rose and after saluting the flag sang th "Star Spangled Banner." The graduating class then sang "Appeal of the Children," from "Zampa," and was heartily applauded by everyone. Miss Humphreys was the first speaker and was followed by grown-ups who were at one time children In the school. Among those who made addresses were John H. Walsh, former principal and now associate Riinerintendent of schools: Dr. John Harrlgan, former member of the Rosrd of Education: Dr. Jonn o neuiy, chairman of the local School Board; Ar thur S. Somers, member of the Board o: Education; William Butler, member ot the local School Board. When the last speaker had tlnisnea me school sang "America," followea ay 'Auld Lang Syne." Many persons remained and exchanged evocriences and reviewed frlonasmpa. Everyone gave Miss Humphrey a hearty welcome, which she greatly appreciated. Though over 80 years old she Joined with enthusiasm in the exercises. The success of the celebration was due largely to Miss Isabelle A. Ennis, the teacher of the graduating class. PUBLIC SCHOOL NO. 152. Julie E. Bardenheuer. Hilda Bangs. Gertrude Betts, Margaret J. Beattie. Dorothy Bruce. Marie J. Buhsen. Martha P. Buhsen. Grace I. Donnelly, Helen M. Gaffney. Loleta L OifToM. Helen M Halght. Fiances J. Lovell. Katn-ertne F Meyer Lillian R. Murphy Elinor B. Muhlert. Marcella R. Muth. Emma R. Pf-Elolse Rlchter, Anna SI. Struse. Elsie S o -field. Byrne J. Ayres. James Brophj . Ar il tir H Bushman. Caspar R. Callen. Winchester DeVoe, Herman O. Gorsch. Clarenoa N. . Harris Katz. Harold R. Koeehllni. aonjm H Knowlos. Ir.. Leonard Leverioh. Meylert A.' Mc?ntlre.'Morrl, B. Mullen. Arthur Muti.y Lewis Newman. Joseph an Winkle, (barles A Walling. Reginald N. Webster, Jean .C. Wiggins, Felix W. Zelcer. PUBLIC SCHOOL NO. 31, Bay Side, Queens. Anna L Buha Jesselyn A.; Klmmel, Frank W Finger Cornelius P, Godley, George Harder Hubert G. Harder, Joseph W Lingered GeoVge S. Van Riper. George Wels-. PUBLIC SCHOOL NO. 44. Eockaway Beach. Ch&W-n W r BTan. Jcnn?e Burger. Ethel P Corrigan Catherine R. Gillespie, mm. r. u.. Xmk Mabel Kenney. Martha Kraus Ruth nell, Helen A. powers, J"""--' Kiiw ok t Emma schwan. Dorothy E. Sliver and Rose A. Smith. PUBLIC SCHOOL NO. 57, Morris Park, Queens. Florence Atkins, Henry A. Borchert, Herbert M BrlggB, Mildred L. Chamberlain. Gertrude K'ee"neel ukS" " ir- AC, Klappert. William E McClane Moriarty, Dowthy G. Murphy, Florence Resf. August F. senmuiz, sht.ii a. r,,. w.iiar f Rtuber. Kathleen a. Sullivan and A. Floretta Weed. PUBLIC SCHOOL NO. 82, Jamaica, Queens. , Ge.ww Edward Doscher. Katherine Maddock Dalllmore, immut. - Llndauer. Ella Constance Lyons. Alice Lavlna MHburn Mary Teresa Mueller. Charles Evans Prav Georgo James Sheehan. Thomas Meadria Sheis'ey. Ruth Elizabeth Van Horn -and Christine Wendel. BROOKLYN GIRLS AT CORNELL. Ithaca, N. Y., January 25 Brooklyn girls at Cornell University come into the 11 nnaclir.Tiallv. SfllTlP of them have been recently chosea membert ot Sororities. t.. Vr.nna AlnVia flamma are the MiSSeft 111 s.ayyn m'is " , Margaret Merriss and Eva Haigh. both graduates of Girls' High School, 10. Misa .ir, Whnn at tha Nostrand avenue school, took active part In debating, hav ing been a memoer oi me urcmer bating Society. She Is registered in the) Agricultural College.. Miss Haigh is in the arts course. !- Ainho nmimn Pi are. the Misses T7..1-n1,n and Rllhv Mfllisntl. AIrH foT- mer students of Girls High. Miss Cornell will be remembered as a winner of both, the state and university scholarships. Sh Is a brilliant student and will speciallsa in arts and science subjects. Alone in Alpha Phi is Miss Frances In-galls, '12. She is also a graduate of Girls High, and registered in the Arts College. The above five girls are prominent in the social circle at Cornell and aro abls to hold their own against the boys. ment of material and the writing of the labels was the work of George Paul Ba gelhardt of the museum staff. The exhibit is contained on several screens and in two handsome oak cases, while a table holds the museum publications, embracing the Museum News, th Tree Guide to Bedford Park, the Hudson-Fulton Catalogue, a list of nature study books, prepared by the librarian as aid to the student, and a list of loan collea-tlon which the museum keeps in readl ness to lend to schools. The screens also bear the tabulation labels of the museum. Comparing thMO with those of other museums, It is Interesting to observa that the children's is the only one that after tho Hudson-Fulton celebration steadily increased ia attendance. The Child Welfare Exhibit is placed is. the Seventy-first Regiment Armory, a Thirty-third street and Park avenuo, Manhattan, just next the subway station and therefore easily to be reached by Brooklyn people. POLITICAL EQUALITY MEETING. Mrs. Florence Kelly was unable to address the members of East New Yorl: Political Equality Association, 1699 Pitkin avenue, last night, so she sent if substitute in order not to disappoint those who had come. Miss Perkins discussed the topic, "The Overworked UU1 and the Courts." , , 1 f

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