Antigo High School - Hi Light Yearbook (Antigo, WI)
- Class of 1938
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willing and sincere-puts
forth ma.ximum effort in
every thing she undertakes
enthusiastic and dependa-
ble, a photographer and
Writer with ambition and
debator, actor, twice class
president and above all
loyal and conscientious stu-
dent and worker
:hool students adjudged by facul-
xcellence and variety of their con-
to him went most of the
inglorious, untempting jobs
which he did too well
tops at the piano-for three
years a virtual slave of the
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WE DEDICATE THIS ANNUAL
SPEAKING 0F SUMMER
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1 It couldn't be Mr. Reed, could it,
2. Meet the celebrities! The lucky
girl with Edgar Guest lpoet, if you
don't know itl is Lorraine Gillaspy.
3. "Butch" Geer, Rita Muttart, and
an out-of-town friend posin' in some-
4. Anastasia Walsh and Betty Mc-
Cann looking down at everyone and
everything with upturned noses.
5. Nice looking legs, girls. Oh,
yes! We see the bridge, too! Wau-
sau, isn't it?
6. Girls! Is that you again? But
personally we prefer the good looking
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. "Big Chief Swing," Dougie Be--
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Adeline Platek and Helen Reis.
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zham, Hudson, Grant, Halbesleben, Jacobe, Miss OUTER CIRCLE: Knorr, Kohel, Mader, Karinek, Ladwig
Garflzmr Kuss, Laabs, Keen, Knight
First Row: Fleischnzzrn, Gorham, Gavittezg Henricks.
Er-kart, Heckert, Hempfer, HEIIUGISIGI'
'Third Row: Joe Brejeha, John Brejcha, Baraniak, DaInit2,
Crosland, Auclaizg Bradley, Cernoch, Aitkin, Ed. Ches- Third Row: G. Hugunin, Kranimer, Gray, Fronek, Franz,
Ink, Beattie, Bergeron, Be-saw Eickhoflj Knapp, Hartman, Kaplanek, Johnson, Folk
Second Row: Butler, Ahlers, H Dobrinska, I-L Byrne, I Second Row: Miss Garley, Konzela, Koles, Holiflnan, Hafe-
Isjvrno, Bishop, K. Duc-hae, Crandell, Drake, Cousineau, meister, Holifman, Hanousek, Ehardt, Herman, Geiger,
Mr. Cvengros Jury, Fermanicb
'rst Row: E. Dobrinska, Bryant, Cheslak, W Duchac, First Row: Hohensee, Korth, Grossman, Foss, Keller.
Irlelott, Rrecklin, Boelter, Denk, Carlson, Brandow Forbes Gralnbow, Holup, Fink
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1. Future spud growers, David
Koch, Marvin Hoppe, and Russell
Wright, try their skill at judging the
2. Last minute touches by Loraine
Orgeman and Harry Grane before the
Antigonian goes to press'--Antigonian
being offered as a regular subject this
3. Henry Sperl turning out a piece
of work on the metal lathe.
4. No soap-box oxatory for this serious group of speech
students enrolled in the year's new speech course.
5. From the serious expressions, these physics students
will no doubt all develop into future big-time scientists-
especially "Einstein" Neary in the foreground.
6. Speed test or just a dislike of the camera that brings
such frowns from this typing class? But with pretty
Miss Stein as teacher how can they be so glum?
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END 0F FO0TBALL SEASUN FIND
mason ELECTED Houonmw cnmm
The Antigo High School team of
1937 was a well balanced club, despite
the fact that only s-even experienced
lettermen returned from the previous
year. Averaging about 155 pounds,
the team, composed of smart and will
ing players, finished the season with
a .500 percentage. The line, a trifle
unsteady at the season's opening de-
veloped into one of the best in the
Valley while the back field, a very
fast combination, was no doubt as
good as any. The Ants tied Mari-
nette ,Point, and the Rapids, defeated
Wausau and Marshfield and in turn
were defeated by Rhinelander and
Although the team didn't lead thc
conference in wins, they had by far
the best backing in the Wisconsin
At the end of the season the boys
cl-acted Ray Kirsch honorary Cap-
MARINETTE AT ANTIGO
In a non-conference game, the Ants
held a powerful Marinette machine to
a six-all tie. A fair crowd of some
2,000 fans saw Grane score the initial
touch down of the "37" season early
in the game from the four-yard line.
Marinette, however, came back very
strong and Waugas scored their lone
touchdown in the last three minutes
of the game. Score-Antigo 6fMar-
ANTIGO AT RAPIDS
The Friday following the Marinette
game the locals took to the road and
traveled to Rapids. In a defensive
battle the Rapids had the Ants hack
on their heels from the opening kick-
off. Three times, the Kirk-m-en rose
to heroic heights and stopped the
"march of the Rapids." Fisher, Ant
tackle, looked very impressive in this
game as did Gross, small Rapids full.
Final-Antigo 0-Rapids 0.
ANTIGO AT MERRILL
In a heart breaking contest the
Merrillites eked out a 6-0 win over :1
better Ant team. Three times the
Ants pushed the ball within the five'
yard line only to be denied a score.
A pass, Detert to Rajek, was turned
into six points early in the second
half. Hal Fermanlck, sophomore
fullback, practically ripped the Mer-
rill line to shreds. However, when
the occasion called for a goal-line
stand the stubborn Merrill boys were
not to be budged. Final-Merrill 6--
if wares we M..
FOURTH ROW: Fermanich, Bradley, Breicha, Tes
THIRD ROW: Gongoll, Ass't. Coach, Fisher, Rich
SECOND ROW: McCann, Simons, Feil, Miller, Sch
FIRST ROW: Mgr. Bahr, Smith, Skodinski, Benish
derson, Grane, Coach Kirk
S ANTS WITH 500 PERCENTAGE
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ids, C. Voss, Kotchie, F. Voss, R. Diercks
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c, Kalkofen, Kirsch, Capt. Sims, Lingle. Joyce, An
' LEAD 00NFERENGE IN ATTENDANCE
MARSHFIELD AT ANTIGO
A light but formidable Marshfield
team were Antigo's host and were
treated rather roughly to the tune of
12-0. The score was kept low by
the quick and very efhcient punts of
Carnahan, Marshfield captain. Ander-
son and Fermanick each scored once
to give Antigo 12-'Marshfield 0.
WAUSAU AT ANTIGO
Before .the largest crow of the sea'
son, the Antigo Team, under-dogs and
having an undefeated team to cope
with, rose up and took the highly
prized Lumberjacks by a 7-0 count.
The 5,000 people saw the Ants bottle
up the famed passing attack, Young
to Nimz, and go on to win. Anderson
scored a touchdown by skirting left
end and added the point by the same
methodhFinal score-Antigo 7-VVauw
ANTIGO AT POINT
On a snowy and wind-swept field the
Ants met a strong Point team and
held them to a scoreless tie. The
Ants made 12 flrst downs to the Point-
ers' five. Fumbling was frequent on
part of centers, backs, and ends as
hands were blue with cold. Skodin-
ski and Kirsch played well for thc
Ants as did Anderson, back field ac-e.
Final count-Antigo 0-Point O.
RHINELANDER AT ANTIGO
Featuring a. hard charging line and
a fast stepping backfield the I-Iodags
whipped the locals by a 31-6 score.
Diercks scored for Antigo by sneak-
ing over from the one yard line early
in the second period. Lewis played
a bang-up game for Rhinelander as
did their big line. Many seniors
bqwed out in this game and, although
they lost they gave their fighting best.
Final-Antigo 6-Rhirielander 31..
Next year's squad will be composed
of these men coming back from this
year's squadhSophomores-t'Hal" Fer-
manick, "Eggie" Lang, Bud Byrnes,
Charlie Fisher, Junior Eickoff, "Ollie"
Frans, Shermie Ehart, and Jim Jury,
while the following Juniors will put
on the pads for one more year, Bob
Diercks, Dan Schleis, "Ham" Kotchie.
John Richards, Joe Feil, Frank and
"Click" Voss, "Ky" Kielhofer, Verne
Teske, Jack Diercks, "Andy" Coblentz,
John Miller, Don Drake, and "Sy" Si-
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u-tivity fvzxtllwd in the Hr ' 1 '
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Congratulationsi And the Student Council dc-
serves it for this iioat, which took first prize in
the activities group.
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has tried to make the year-book a students' book entire-
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fresh interest and appeal. Among the many changes
made, the most important was the changing of the
name from "Graduate" to the new name "Hi-Light."
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The sum and substance of Senior debate
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Seniors at work! Victory was inevitable just then.
November 23, the annual Junior-Senior debate, one ol the oldest
and most popular traditions of Antigo High School, was brought lo a
dramatic climax by a junior victory--the first in four years, Three
teachers from Vkfausau acted as judges and the decision was Zf l.
This year's question was one of immediate interest to everyone. con'
cerning as it did the neutrality policy of the United States. The
question was worded, Resolved: That the present neutrality policy ol
the United States should be made permanent.
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SECOND ROW: Mgr. Maltby, Kirsch,
FIRST ROW: Fermanich, Voss, Joyce, Mader,
RED lt0BlIlS IIIWE HEIIIDGRE SEASUII,
llighliglited hy a txip to Madison and the State Tournament the 1938 edition
or Antitgo High School Basketball was considered successful even thou fh ,hc
Ants won four games and fell short in thirteen. May it be said, howevefr, that MGR' MALTBY
in eight ot the games played not more than five points separated the winner
and Antigo. Lady Jinx was the mascot of our club and in six of the eight
1-ont-.-sts lost by tive or less points, free throws were the deciding factor. Anti-
go, no doubt, had the poorest free throwers in the conference, as their record
pi-ohahly shows, for, in the 204 chances at the charity line the Ants only con-
verted eighty-six for n 41.8 percentage, meanwhile the opponents tickled the
webbing fully 95 times in only 175 tries to finish with a fine 51.4.
The Ants compiled a total of 366 total points compared with the 418 for their
opponents. This gives Antigo a 121.5 average per game according to the 24.5
points 1,-er garne the enemy enjoyed.
The lor-al boys scored as follows during the season, "Hal" Fermanick, an up
and coming sophomore, led his mates with a 118 total: a 68 followed and this
was eolleeted hy 'tflc-ne" Joyce. Th-e others who scored points were "Mux"
Mader with 37, Hob Di-ercks with 21, Ray Kirsch with 14, "R0l" Ferrell with 4,
Holi llerman and lla:-ry Crane, along with Tom Keough had two and last Mr
Kohl with one,
Antigo 22, Rapids 24
Led by "Haba" Gross, all-conference guard, the red and white Rapids team
eame to town and won to the tune of two points. With but ten seconds re-
maining, Seim, Rapids forward, sank the winning bucket.
Antigo 18, Rhinelander 31
Holding Kotz to the lowest he had ever been held to the Ants fought the
llodags to even terms on the Hodags hard-court. The fourth quarter was de
trimental to the Ants and they were outscored 13-3. Kotz led his team with
Antigo 18, Nvausau 15
The Ants upset the State Champs by throwing a zone defense at Nimz, Sie-
wert and Co. that proved altogether too much for the Lumberjacks. Nimz, all
conference and all State man, was held to 1 point. The game was the Hrst ever
to l,-.' hroadcast from 'the Antigo gym. l
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MADER AND DIERCKS
TEM! SIIUWS GLASS III DEFEATS
Antigo 27, Merrill 24
Led by Maurice Mader, who collected seven points, the Ants defeated the
Merrillites on their own hardwood quarters. Thorson and Rajeh kept Mer-
rill in th-e race with their seven points respectively.
Antigo 21, Rapids 25
Too much Watson and Gross gave Antigo much trouble and thereby the Ants
suffered another close defeat. Guertz and Voss each garmered 6 points for
Antigo 26, Tomahawk 30
It took two overtimes to do it but with L. Koth in rare form the Tommies did
it. Koth made 12 points while Joyce collected 10 for the Maroon and white.
Antigo 24, Wausau 32
The Ants were off again when they invaded the Lumberjacks camp and con-
sequently lost by an eight point margin. Reichl led Wausau and Fermanick
help the Ants along.
Antigo 31, Rhinelander 34
With Kotz scoring nineteen points the Hodags still had to go into one over-
time to whip Antigo and sixteen point Fermanick by the 3 point margin the
above score indicates.
Antigo 21, Nekoosa 27
Lost in the bigness of the Nekoosa gym, the Ants couldn't get going and lost
to Klein and Company by a decisive margin.
Antigo 31, Tomahawk 22
Hal Fermanick found the hoop for 12 points to overdo Nelson's eight and the
Ants won by a decisive eight point margin.
Antigo 17, Point 22
Playing in the local gym before a capacity crowd the Maroon and white suc-
cumbed to a big Pointer team by the five points that meant so much to Antigo
all year. Peterson collected 11 points for the Pointers while Voss led Antio
GUERTZ AND KOHL
SECOND ROW: Coach Asher, Simons,
Van Dera, Cousineau, mgr.
FIRST ROW: Eiter, Keilhofer, Franz,
Due to good ,sound and well-executed
coaching under Mr, Asher, the "B"
squad of Antigc High School for the
past basketball season was one of the
most highly prized and most successful
HB" teams this school ever has turned
By virtue of 252 total points to the
opponents 223 the lads were able to win
ten of thirteen contests. This gave
them an average of 19.3 points per game
to the opponents 17.1.
Of these 252 points, Keough, Eiter
and Simons scored 100.
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, Merrill 18.
20, Stevens Point 19.
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LARGE CRDWDS ATTE D INTRAMIIII
GONGOLL, NUESSE AND GARLEY CHAMPS
During the past season some of the best intramural basket-
ball in the history of the school was played. With the start of
the in-Hula: season, no team could be picked as the best in its
respective class, and as the year wore on, it was a bitter fight
to the finish.
At the end of the season there had to be playoffs for the
1-hzimpionship of the senior class in which Gongoll's home room
bent Epples, 30-13. 'for the championship of the sophomores,
G:1rley's boys took Kirk's into camp by a score of 14-8. In the
junior class Nuesse's home room had a hard fight for top
ho.iors, being challenged by Esker's tribe and the Hitchcock
men who tied for second place with Esker's coming out on top,
847, in a playoff game. All of these games were close and some
ot the boys on the lower class teams served notice by their
outstanding playing, that they would be varsity material in a
year or so.
One of the things that was noticeable and would have been a
credit to the varsity was the shooting of free throws. Almost
every boy had an average of 50 per cent or over, which is very
good considering th-c amount of practice they had. Another
thing that was noticeable was the scantiness of fouls, there
being very few boys who had to leave the game because of
All through the season there were different boys leading the
scoring for their respective home rooms, and as a result of
every one being so evenly matched in scoring ability there
wasn't a great deal of difference in the individual scoring race.
Hut the following bovs scored a few more points than anyone
else in their class: Matteffs, senior-27 Wendt, junior-26
L GAMES THRUIIGHDIIT THE YEAR
GONGOLL'S TEAM WINS ANNUAL TOURNEY
On April 1, after a series of playoffs, Gongoll's home room,
representing the senior class, defeated Kin-k's home room of
the sophomores in the finals of the intramurals by a score of
27 to 14. Gongoll's boys won the right to participate in the
finals by defeating Epple's, 30 to 21, and then taking Nuesse's
junior boys 35-17. Kirk's team defeated Cvengros' 19 to 11
and then Asher's frosh champs 23 to 13.
This year the finals of the tournament were played during
assembly and the whole senior high turned out to see the game.
The seniors who borrowed the yellow silk suits presented quite
a colorful scene. Although it was predicted that the seniors
would win with ease, the soph lads, playing inspired ball, held
their own with the exception of the third quarter wh-en the
seniors made ten points. It can be said that the senior team
was one of the best, if not the best, intramural team ever to
They did well in all the departments of the game, such as
shooting, passing, and the most important, teamwork.
All through the tourney large crowds attended the games.
Most of them went because of the assurance that they would
see good basketball and they were not disappointed. For some
of the fellows it was their first tournament and they became a
little rattled at the start. But after playing for a half, they
forgot the crowds and played stand out ball the rest of the
Because of the shortness of time, some of the teams only par-
ticipated in ong game and therefore we couldn't very well give
the names of the leading scorers. On behalf of all those
who took part in intramurals, we wish to extend out thanks to
Mr. Asher, our athletic director, who did a noble job in hand-
ling the tournament.
FIVE HUNDRED TAKE PART
As a result of making 18 out of f
Bill Henricks after a strenous campai
won the honor of being the Intramul
Free Throw Champ of the Antigo Hi,
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ushowshi, Nliher, Pairncr, First Row-. G. Stebcr, R. Schicis, F. 'il oss, Vahi, 3. Whit
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Mr. Peterson and two agricultural students inspect and repair harnesses.
Sophomore boys add the finishing touches to projects in the woodworking shop.
Manual Art boys find the actual repair of an automobile somewhat interesting.
Typing students pound the keys of their future stenographic careers.
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of first aid.
Qui' soph cheerleader, in th f
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interested biology class.
io ogy s udents are just demonstrating some of the fundamentals
Mr. Bieliecki lectures on the intricacies and pitfalls in repairing a modern differen-
tial to his Auto Mechanics Class.
Students don dark glasses as sparks fly in the Vocational Machine Shop.
0 The newspapers this world history class seem s ' t
o in erested in are the products of
their own labor.
Newspapers and diligence obviously characterize the Antigonian class.
A: With his finger, a cloth, and a little paint, Louis Panico
from the State Department f V
o ocational Guidance, fash'
this beautifull bl
y ended rose.
With the mere touch of the chalk, Maudie Canfield and
Edith Turney, two art students, present "The raggity man.'
C: The English Department presents "Sauce for the Gos-
lingsf' Bill Hendricks and Jeanne Janes? ? are the goslings
'while Mom Gillaspy, Pop Kalkofen, and Grandma Porter disk
the sauce with Dan Schleis quite expertly supplying the ro'
D: Milton Geiger, Irving Korth fwhere's the rest of you,
Irving'?J Otto Mueller, and Haelett Heckart, members of the
Future Farmers Club, introduce several musical numbers.
E: "Prof-essor Q ' "
uiz as impersonated by Harry Grane
Math students answer all the
. questionsf and wise cracksl
with final honors going to Lucille Drengler.
F: Charles Pepper seems to be manipulating those pliers
very expertly. The biology classes present "Behind the
Scenes at a Hospital."
G: Just an old fashioned dance. In celebration of Wash-
ir1gton's birthday, grade school children don eighteenth cen-
tury costumes to entertain.
f:1f'f' Club I
, rio hmvornffs si Barn dance quartet. Bob Knox,
nyd fJSfe"I'IIlil'l', Mr. Hitchcock, and Leon Viilard harmonize
thx- W. L. S, show.
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y Club Gives Bean Feed
Mr. Johnson and his Iumberjacks celebrate the
coming of spring with a big "bean feed" at which
some of the real "freeman" of the faculty are guests.
1' and Mr. Johnson
, -..meme seems very interested in Miss Hei-
Could this be what Mr Luth
. 4 er was point' Oren Molle, Earl Georgeson, Bill Whiting, Blair Reed.
ng at? Mr. Asher evidently enjoys the Bob Heyf ', and Don Aucutt an al 'H'-A '
hocolate milk but Mr Cvengros see
. ms un- ber, help .hemsplvns if A'
ble to Hnish his beans.
G. A. A. Parties
Brighten Winter Season
The two big social events of the G. A. A. this year
were the "Skirt and Sweater" Party held Dec. l4, and
the "Costume Party" held Feb. 22. About l5O girls at-
tended each party and plenty of unique fun and
costumes were presented.
-the overalls are a, little large, aren't they, Mac and
Steve?-what costumes and what smiles - Yes. Eve
tempted Adam and he bit-a. mood to suit the costume
-cokes for everyone at the costume party.
adminton Added To
Regular G. A. A. Sports
This year badminton was added to the regulzn
G, A. A. sports schedule for the winter season which
already included deck tennis, cageball, and basketball.
Badminton immediately became one of the most
popular games played among the girls.
-looks as if 'tSc0op" Dawley just put over a nice
shot-nice form, Mary-the Deck Tennis Champions
-the juniors caged this championship by defeating
the seniors. After a hard fought tournament the
juniors took first place, the seniors second place, the
freshmen third place, and the sophomores trailed
behind with the lowest score-juniors vs. seniors
playing for the deck tennis championship-
Second Row: Cary, Leykom, Cherek.
First Row: Mehne, Piller, Locksmith, Schumann,
-Basketball Champions-by defeating the Seniors
in one of the best games ever played in the history
of the G. A. A., the Juniors took the basketball hon-
ors. The Freshmen surprised everyone by taking
third place and 'the Sophomores, after some hard
luck games, came out on the bottom.
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The conference debate teams, coached by Mr. Nuesse, were defeated in the District
Tournament held at Stevens Point, Feb. l2. This eliminated them from further partie'
pation. The question debated was Resolved: That the sex'cr.l ' '
A unicameral system of legislation.
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A: Assembly hoard maps out A program schedule---fXVeix, Rasmussen,
Avery, Mis-z Cianheld, Vdalsch. Venahle, Cireisch, Rammer.
li: Shoe Shine Kids: Schoenfeldt, Jakohi, Narlow, Aulik, lVlclVlahon, and
lludson put a gloss on the trophies-W-another of the Council jobs.
CI: Miss Norem. Student Council advisor, with Stone, Byrne, Greisch, Mut-
tart, J. Duble, and l., Duble gather at the lost and found desk which is main-
tained hy the Council-
lli Part ol' our student governing body, Schlcis, Avery, Thompson, Rani-
mer. Cfnnlield, lfinger, O'l'mrien, Snopl, Simons, Joyce, Hafmeister, look on as
Ann Donahue posts .1 lost and found ad.
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DFRHIN' THE GRUB
LIGHT WINTER FUN
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these juniors smilingly accept thi' Dlflif'-Y
handed to them.
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"Pick-up Sticks" has its facination JF
demonstrated by these sophomore spread
Mr. Hitchcock seems almost hilarioiisly
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Bob Herman as Co-P '
And as for hats, showing the usual
female ingenuity in imitating the animal
and vegetable world in matters ol taste,
Relaxation. With such headgear, we
imagine it's required.
Ladies and gentlemen, the whole as-
semblage of female hats at the women
faculty's gala party of the year.
Off to Mexico! The rear-end ol
the Bielecki-Ploeger contraption that
saw Mexico and lived to tell about it-
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Tuesday, April 12, the Latin Club
held its annual Roman Banquet. The
dinner was carried out in true Roman
style and the guests came dressed eith-
er as Roman gods and goddesses or
Roman citizens. Each member receiv-
ed a gold pin certifying membership
in the Junior Classical League, a 'na-
tional organization which the club
joined this year.
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practice. Its big event uf
the year is the annual district
musical tournament held this
year in Merrill.
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