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Page 90 text:
Fran! row: B. Allen. B. Nylund, j. Loew. J. Azevedo, J. Thomas. 2nd raw: D. Briggs, B. Leve, B. Fredericks,
G. Strohl. M. Bonzell. 3rd wtf: B. W'agner, Berliner, P. Lindsteadt, J. Thomas.
overnment - mctzice ana! cgfzeory
"Democracy in Action" would best describe the Student
Council and Student Assembly. Members of the two groups
are elected in various ways depending upon the office they
hold. The Student Council is a large group composed of the
student body officers and the presidents of the various classes,
The council meets and discusses problems concerning the
student body and the classes and suggests ideas for solving
them. The council attempts to find what the classes' sentiment
may be concerning various issues that will come up before the
student assembly for approval. The Student Assembly. one
of I.incoln's biggest organizations. is comprised of the student
body oflicers, the class presidents, and a representative from
each registry. The meetings are presided over by the student
body vice president, and the student body secretary takes
attendance and records minutes. The assembly discusses
matters of importance to the school and approves or dis-
approves the councils suggestions concerning the school
affairs. Each representative is expected to return to his
registry and inform the students there about the matters
discussed at the assembly meeting. By this method of student
government every Lincolnite should know what is going on
inside of I.incoln's four walls.
SOLIAI. STUDIES CLUB
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BOYS' BLOCK L
Fran! row: D. Close, B. Lubarsky, B. Sands, B. Balck, VU. Mehl. P. Aehnlick, B. Kahn. 2nd raw: N. Utt, P.
Morgan, A, Guisti. J, Dyke, T. Bagtilla, J. Scott, R. Reinlioldt, B. Davies, R. Mattson, R. Johnson. 3rd row: P.
Morgan, S. Berliner, D. Dukelow, H. Patton. B. George, B. Adkins, R. Nesbitt, P. Lindstetlt. -ith row: C. Wollen-
burg, J. Holecek, P. Vifhale, A. Von XVronski, P. Dixon, B. Leve, M. Bon7ell. S111 mztu' J. Thomas, F. Plowman,
P. Swanson. G. Strohl, R. McDowell, D. Spears. mb wzr: C. Brock. B. Diltman, D. Oldham, J. Molikedes, C.
Royster, H, XY'all, XV. Huebner, M. Foriette. lfmfxx Whlyne Mchl.
tgtlzfetes - oys an ir 3
Getting a letter in athletics at Lincoln is very ditiicult. An
athlete must earn forty points. Service on a team for a season
earns ten points. If the athlete does exceptionally well or it
his team does extra well in city competition, it will take him
at least two terms to obtain his athletic letter. Only by being on
a championship team may a boy earn one in a term. Despite
these high requirements the Block I. Society is one of the
largest in Lincoln's history.
The Girls' Block L, an honor society for those girls having
received fourteen or more service points for participation
in or out of school sports, has had an abundance of activities
during the past term. Besides the regular Tuesday night
meetings at the girls' homes, special activities included dinner
at the Tonga Room, a slumber party, and a wonderful
Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Sullivan, the club
GIRLS BLOCK L
Frnnl mir: E, McLean. B, Ramsey. S. Rosecrans. J. Bauman, J. Moresco, E. Kolm, A. Gleason, P. Capps, G.
Goodman, J. Klazia. 2111! raw: S. Bly, C. Thompson, N. Ehritt, J. Benninger, V. Downes, B. Giller, M. Laijroix,
D.. Pucccnelli, D. Sunserri, C. Louis, F. Hanson. Barb ron-.' A. Sclilockcr. C. Lauenstein, M. Martorella, J. Hui-
witz, L. Johnson. J. Htlrshberger, D. Hcnedetti. D. Plov, J. Pcrse. l11.ri'1.' I.i7 Preston,
Page 91 text:
Prancing reindeer. a beautiful Snow Queen, glitter-
ing blue stars, and the strains of music of the Orchestra
set the scene for the tirst Christmas Show at Lincoln
High School. The Christmas Show was a triumph with
the orchestra leading the way with its superb music.
The Lincoln Day Program, another new tradition,
was put on by the Drama Club, with the Orchestra
furnishing the appropriate music in the background.
The orchestra also played for the Variety Shows,
and various P.T.A. activities, making this year one of
the Orchestras most successful.
3e"Ai.Xlf up Q ,,,
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Wfith brand new uniforms of Mustang red and gold,
Lincoln's spirited bandsmen played their teams to vic-
tory in football and basketball games this past term.
Besides their competent playing at all games, the
band under the direction of Mr. Gordon played at the
hrst night Football Pageant, and at numerous other
R. Abao, P. Arenson, j. Beclell, ll. Hrahmcr. R. lllllll. ll.
Clark, I.. Cleasby, D. Drost, A. Drucker, XY. Easton, T.
Edwards, J. Fouerault, M. Funke, R. Gilford, A. Gleason, M.
Glimpse, G. Gualco, K. Haney, B. Hobart, N. Jardine, P.
Kelly, P. Knaus. B. Kramer, B. Lee, M. Bergluncl, P. Mar-
shall, V. Mason, F. Marlin, M. Melvin, B. Miller, R. Mc-
fllenathan, K. McFarland, A. MeKeown, E. McPreson, D.
O'Brien, H. Quinn, F. Steck. B. Smith. S. Pearlman, P.
Waltz, W. Wfright, D. XVilliams, K. Butler, R. Dixon. B.
Jordan, D. Lassigues.
Lincoln is very proud of its line Aclvanced Chorus
which includes 45 members, under the capable direc-
tion of Mrs. Jeannette Castellino. During the year, the
chorus in its robes of Maroon and Wltite, performed
at many of the school activities including the variety
show, Abraham Lincoln Birthday assembly. Christmas
Program and the Graduation Exercises. The Choir also
sang in the Emporium Christmas show.
Among the many new songs performed by the Choir
tluring the year were "Halls of Ivy" and the ever-
popular "O Holy Night."
Ifrfoll wir: Ci. joureclui, P. Patterson, lf. Hanson. l.. john-
son. D. Plov. A. De l.a Roche. S. llly, M. Hrstecl. M. Elliott,
S. Mi.:rahi. j. Hutchinson, li, Elliott. Znd ron! D. Kelso,
Ci. Musetti, C. O'Brien, P, Parkhouse, J. Hutchinson, P.
O'G.tttney. R. Rolott, D, Doty. R. l.eve. R. Raeta, F.
Bargewell. l.. Ouellette. 3rd rffu'.' M. Topia. 1. Petrilsis. lf.
liouthier. D. Pierson, C. Hadley, J, Lasecly. J. Frisk. l.. Tib-
betts. l.. McKown. B. Fones. 4117 mtv: E. Steiner, S. De Milt.
C. Royster. Ci. Russell, R. Riley, R. Leve, j. Hrancles. P. Fink.
5111 r0zz'.' E. Veder. .l. Davis, j. Wlills, K. Getstang, R.
Toloski, L. Snider. D. Rolotf.
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