This Day in History: 1934-03-28
Cyrus F. Tibballs III returned home from Pawling School for the Easier Holidays. A press release under the signature of Headmaster Frederick L. Gamage Jr, praised the activities of the Cragmere resident. He had been issued a special letter for having set the school record of 1:10.8 for the 100 yard backstroke and being a member of the 126 yard medley relay which set a new school record of 1:07. He had also been named by the faculty to the “Pawling Perfect” Society made up of students outstanding in all phases of school life. He was to return to School on April 5th.