Arsenal Technical High School - Arsenal Cannon Yearbook (Indianapolis, IN)

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Tw11 spirits w1111 were str1111ing 21111l1g', I'CCl1Q'111ZCl1 spirits 111. nienibers 111 the ulune 1171.211 c1ass, and 111I'11L1Q11 t11e c1111ve1's21ti1111 XV111C11 ensued t11e history, IJI'Ul111CCy, wi11, and 11110111 were 11r1111w'11t 11111. 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 0.0 0.0 0,0 0,0 0.0 0.0 HISTORY OF JUNE T20 CLASS XYe, the n1en111ers 111 t11e 5111110 '2111 C1?lSS,112lY11'lg' passed our tirst great phase 111 1i1e when we were g'r211111ate11 1.111111 grade sc1111111, entered 111111 our sec11n11 phase C2l1'1j' in Septen111er111 19111 at t11e 1-Xrsenal Tec11- nic211 SC11t1U1S. Uur hrst weeks were spent i11 1Zll11111Z1I'1Z111Q' 1.111rse1ves wit11 the Q'I'UL111f1S 211111 1Q1L111f11l1gIS, 211111, 111 c11urse, with 11111' teachers w1111 were 111 be 11111. guides 1111' t11e next 111111 ye21rs.11ar11 work c11n1r1,111ted us 211s11, but t11ere was s1'1 11111c11 171111 mixed XY1111 it that t11e work seen1e11 111ore 111 El pleasure than a task. T11e hrst great event i11 w11ic11 we partici- pated 211111 t11e 1111e which stands out n111st c1e21r1y i11 111211 year, was the S112l1i6S1iJ6Zl1'C211l May Day Celebration which 1111111 place 1111 May oth 111 t11e year '16, 111 t11is ce1ebrati1111 inany pupils took part, wearing beautiful c1.1stun1es which were designed and 1'1121t,1t' by the students t11e111se1ves. T11is ce1ebrati11n was given i11 great style a1111 was a 111ElQ'H11:1CCl11 success. Our ret11r11 i11 t11e 12111 111 '17 11r1111e'11t before tis t11e fact t11at there were s11111e very pr1.1n1inent changes i11 t11e campus. First 1111 a11, t11e Shop Annex, our 11ewest a11d n111st up-to-date building, had been corn- pleted, thereby relieving to a great extent the CO1lgCS11t'111 of the c1ass- es. 11116 next VVU11C1C1A which was revealed to us was the erection of t11e 11ew 11111e11 r1,1on1. This was watched daily as its con1p1etion 111e211-it-we11-we 11171111 11ave to te11 you 111211. One was the erection 111 t11e 1311 111111 steel Hag p111e i11 111111111 111: t11e anniversary 111 t11e day 1111 which t11e Supreine Court pr11e121in1e11 t11e Arsenal Grounds as sch111.11 property. 111 Deceniber 111 '17 t11e 11e11ic21ti11n 111 our service Hag, i11 h11n11r 111 th11se who had 111ZlC1C the great sacrifice, took place, The sh11wing t11at we 111a11e through this service Hag was one 111 our protidest uiidertakings. XYe started our third year with many war activities suc11 as Red Cross Xxvtlfk, Liberty BHIIKTS, Thrift Stamps, and XYar Savings Stamps sales. O1 c11urse we went "11ver t11e top" i11 2111 111 these as Tec11 has a1w21vs 110116 i11 2111 things w11ic11 s11e has U1111Cl'1Q31iC1l. The day, November 11, 1Q15, was one we a11 wi11 1'C1NL'l111DU1', as that was the day that t11e great war across t11e water e11ded a11d t11e arinistice was signed. Our joy 11ver t11e 11111g'ed 111r event was expressed by 21 large review and parade. On t11e 5111 day 111 April, IQIQ, the military 11e- 1121111116111 received 11r11ers froni NV21s11i11g't1j111 stating t11at the military departinent w1111111 hereafter be under 1il11vern111ent supervision. This THF ARSENAL CANNON ll M - iAMWM!NMN ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,,,, A J- . . ,,,,, -MJ made our boys official R. O. T. C. students. XYe received our first army officer a few days later and the military work started on a new basis. Later the regulation army uniform was issued, and equip- ment was received at the school but not issued. Then in September of the year 'IQ we, the class of 'lune '20, enter- ed into our fourth year of training, the last year before completing our second phase of life. This was a year of many activities as we were nearing the end of our High School days and many things were to be accomplished. XYe turned our thoughts toward our boys in France and on November II, we witnessed the planting of a tree for each boy who had been in active service. The pupils and parents who were present at these exercises appreciated them to the fullest extent. During this year we began to realize that seniors have a great duty, which for years, they had been neglectingg that was to care for the freshmen at Tech. ln consequence, through a new organization called the "Big Sisters" League, each senior girl was given several freshmen girls whom they called "little sisters." The organization was for the good of both the older and the younger girls. This or- ganization proved so successful that now it will, no donbt, be a per- manent organization at Tech. As the "Little Sisters" were not to be excluded from the social activities of the year, the "Big Sisters" gave them many parties, such as a Hard Times Party on April 20, IQZO, at which they had a great time with all the eats 'ii everything. Un November 14, IQIQ, the new Armory building was hnished, a building that has been very much appreciated by the military depart- ment, as it has given ample room for drilling in had weather. Also it has provided a rille gallery where the boys learned to use the rifle in target work. On january 15, 19.20, our first real step to organize the June '20 class was taken. At a most exciting meeting of all seniors these officers were elected: Howard Hates, l'res., Thelma Morgan, Vice- Pres., liathryne XYilhelm, Sec., and liolmert Hynes, Treas. Clarence Drayer was chosen unanimously as our mighty Sergeantfat-Arms. On Saturday, March o, logo, we had our greatest victory in vears, when our basket-ball team ran away with the honors at'the'State Sectional Tournament. This was our first sectional victory but not by far the last, as our intentions lie along the same line for-the com- ing year. The class held a party at which a playlet and stunts were given, followed by "eats," which were loyal to the Tech colors, and dancing. As a final demonstration of the ability of the June ,zo class,"Prun- ella," the finest of fine plays, was produced at the Murat Theatre. Qwing to the great demand for seats, a second performance was held inthe afternoon, and the regular performance at night on the :oth day of April, IQZO. There was not a seat to be had for the evening per- formance and the afternoon house was well filled. After this last activity we were ready, after having fully prepared ourselves, to enter our third great phase of life. Xie leave our "Tech" for the ones who are following in our footsteps, hoping that we mav return some day to find our great Tech "Greater Tech." T 33 'lllslli ARSICNAL CANNON 166-SAA ,,,,,, ,,,, L 1A6AL1L16A66Al1-61504A6L1L1L-L1AALxbAALxC1AA4sAALNb666L1L1Al-6l1l-6l1l1l-A641666-666414AZNZNZINAZ-A60-66664-64166416-L14-L-ll THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF THE JUNE 1920 SENIORS 111 the 11211110 11f tl1e 516111111 a1111 11ther spirits 11f the sch11111, 11f tl1e high spirit 11f Stuart we, tl1e 11111st high a111l iiitellectual stu1le11ts wh11 11epart 111 tl1e year 11f 11i11etee11 1ltlllfl1'Cf'l a1111 twe11ty, ll1'l'4'lJy, 1710611111151 ourselves s11u111l 11f 111i1111, a111l 1lisp11si11g' 1111-11111ry, 1111 hereby make, publish, 211111 1leclare this ULU' last will a111l testa111e11t. i First: XVe give, rlevise 211111 bequeath t1s1 tl1e spirits w111.1 enter i11t11 t11is Great scl11p11.11 f11r tl1eir first year, all the unrest a1111 clu111si11ess 111211 we i11 turn receive1l fr11111 tl1e past geiieratimis. Secc1111l: 'l'1e1 the spirits wh11 are 11ere f11r their second peri111l, lq1111w11 t11 tl111se 11f tl1e w11rl1l as S11p111.11111.1res, we bequeath our vast 1c1111wle11g'e 111111 ability to think 1leep1y. T11ir11: zxlltl t11 th11se wh1.1 are t1s1 be ca11e11 to sit 111 our places flllflllg' tl1e year after 11111' departure, we 1111 hereby give tl1e u111i111itef1 use of our g111111 l11111cs, our spirit, 11ur wit, 1.1ur 1lig11ity tif at that time t11ere Hlily be suchj, a111l last, but far fr151111 least, our ability to F1111 s11cl1 a 111ag'11if1ce11t, glllllfl, a111l successful scl111111 of 111a11y spirits. Fourth: The spirit 1.1f Albert Zi111111er111a11 wills to Betty Burgess, l1is ability as a 'EI'Z1g6fllZll1, 011 c1111diti1111 t11at tl1e sai11 Betty Burgess 17171111156 tl1at she will L1l'11,1CI' all c111111iti1111s live up to tl1e part at all ti111es. Fifth: XVe desire t11at tl1e well 1leserve11 1JO1D1,1lE11'lly 11f our g0111l Zlllfl 1111i1st g'raci1.1us "Peach" lX111rga11, be equally c1ivi11e1l among the Seniors 11f IQZI. 111 case that there be left 1 1ver any of t11is sai1i1 popularity, may it as our last 11yi11g wish, be given t1.1 tl1e 111611113613 of tl1e faculty. Sixth: Spirit Clarence Gale leaves his 11.1ve making ability w11icl1 we ffrlllllfil t1L'11lOllStl'll1Cll i11 tl1e se11i11r play, to Earl 'l'ri111pe. Seventh: To .lulia Acle, tl1e re11Ow11e1l Spirit, 'llreut Mcllath, leaves his c111W11is11 ways. lilizabeth Nuulist gives l1er dimples to a1.l1l to lD11r1e1t11ea Rc-iss11e1"s g111111 l1.111lqs. Frazier Potts leaves the re- 1112111'1l1Q1' 111 tl1e c1i1s11111li11e to 11is brother for future lu11cl1e1'111s. Eighth: Qur g1s11111 spirit a111l c1111ect1.1r of cash, Robert Hynes 111i1es 11111 tl1e 11ay 1.1f Hlll' tleparture, will a111l bestow up1.111 111111 who shall. 111 the year to c11111e relieve tl1e g111a11l spirits 1.1f their w11r11ly wealth, the ability t11 collect sai1l wealtl1. Ninth: lll6Y21 Reilly leaves her 11111111111 11uties at tl1e .Al'S61121l 'llechuical Sch111.1ls t11 Mary N1.1rw111111, 111 wh11111 we feel utmost c1c111- 1:14lEIlCC, 211111 t1'1 tl1e pupil wit11 tl1e 1111Q1st A pluscs she leaves l1er re- serve1l place 1111 tl1e l1111111r roll. Tenth: The spirit 11f De1l1r11111q bequeaths to tl1e personage 111 Russell Andrews, tl1e vuguish 111111qs 11f tl1e sai11l Delbmok these to be best11we1l wl1etl1er HX' not tl1e sai1l party of A111lrews be willing. Eleventh: liathryiie XXYllllL'l11l wishes 111 exchange l1er be111ve11 sister D11r11thy f11r t2e1'al1li11e Drayer's brother, Clarence. Also Kathryn wis11es to bestow 011 w1111111-s1.1ever will 11ave it, a11 0111 a1111 very much worn 11ate b1.1ok. THE ARSENAL CANNON .23 ,. ,v,,,,,,v ,,,, ,,,, ,,,,.,,,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,,, v J J wma! Twelfth: Doris Reidy wills her wicked "wampisb" ways to Katherine Boothby. Bob Rink gives his sunny disposition to Dick XYatson. Rachel Campbell bequeaths her four nominations To Mil- dred Stiltz, Steven Badger, Charles Sargent, and Louise Steeg with the hope that they "Get it." Thirteen: Margaret Colgrove wills her gift of bluff to Qtis lgel- man. To John Triby, Boynton -lacoby leaves his noble capacity to receive a weekly bawling out. Grace Hoffman wills to Katherine Mueller 4 UQ., Hershey bars provided she gives Mrs. R. A. Anderson H., of one of the said bars. Fourteen: Flizabeth Nunlist bequeaths her rare collection of Fraternity pins to her sister "Kate" as Betty will soon start a new collection. This time none shall be considered unless they are of college brand. lilizabeth also leaves one sisterly smile for Harman Snoke. Fifteenth: Robert Averitt wills his golf ability to Mr. Park iN. B. Mr. Fark, you have a chance as Robert has two kinds to will, either American or Scottislrl Helen llauclc wills her "li don't knows" to Margaret Newton. To Carroll XYarrick, Howard Chap- man leaves one bush league hair cut. Agnes XYilliams bequeaths a new Marcel wave to Katherine Gould. Sixteenth: To Harold Mabee we leave Kathleen Reidy in order that he may not be forced to steal some other fellow's girl when attending dances. Lois Dekiamp and Violet Dc-Hoff leave a few inches of their extreme height to Paul Hill. Mary Yan Ness gives her famous saliva curl to Bernadine Towles. Seventeenth: Our good and most high spirit, Howard Bates, leaves his dignity to the school in general in the hope that the school shall be benefited to a great extent. tNote:-lt is very regretful, however, to say that this dignity must be found again, for it seems that Howard lost it during the Senior playl. Fdna Koss wills her ability to play the part of a baby doll to Ramona Bertram. liighteenth: George Badger leaves his solemn expression to the frivolous Arthur Black. Lastly: We do, make, constitute, and appoint the officers to be executors of this our last will and testament: in witness whereof we have here unto subscribed our name and ahixed our seal this 2f7lQl'l dav of Mav in the vear nineteen hundred and twenty. ' ' ' TGM coLLINs. .g. .g. .g. .g. .g. .g. PROPHECY OF THE JUNE 1920 CLASS CNOTE: As the spirits of the class are called up by two visitors to the land of the departed, the voice of the prophets are heard giving accounts of achievements strange and wonderful, which brought fame or the contrary, to the noted members of the -lune Class of 1020.3 Prophecy. Long ago we found Howard Bates reciting Kipling' from a soap- box to a long-haired, unwashed crowd. The practice he received from conducting class meetings in the year of 1920 made his entrance to this place easy for not even the guard could stop him as he sailed 24 Tllli ARSFNAI. CANNON -MMi4 4.k l .,,,,Y, ,,,,Y,Y,, Nl ,,,, . . ,,,Y, N6 -6444-bf through. Thelma Morgan, our renowned vice-president, is still act- ing as agent for the Sun-'Kist Fruit Company. She is creating an extraordinary demand for peaches. Kathryne NYilhelm still retains her maiden name and is giving lessons on the piano to select spirit children of the lndianapolis Conservatory of Music. XYith the capital secured from the .lune 'Jo class the spirit of Robert Hynes has become a prominent stock-holder in the Under- world. Rachel Campbell is still fulhlling her contract with the Yie- tor people to make records of her famous giggles. And who but Donald Delbrook is the well-known beauty doctor demonstrating his own product, pink and white infant talc? Mathew Farson is banking on his experience gained in "Prunella" for he has retired from garden- ing in Ben Davis to continue his work down here. Our illustrious pupil, Dorothy Fellows left Tech to head an expedition to Egypt to unearth forgotten l.atin manuscipts. lrma Fike is a spiritualistic medium tfor a dollar and a halfj and has enlightened several of the former members of the .lune '20 as to their futures. The spirit of lidwin Folsom won its way to its present resting place by a house to house canvas of his poetic efforts. Due to the high cost of living he says that his works did not meet with the de- served approval of the world. Clarence Gale is selling among the honored spirits of his classmates, his famous hair preparation, "Curlo- It VVorks Over Night." Sadly we mention our dear senior, Trent McMath, who failed in his purpose as a missionary to Borneo and then joined the cannibal tribe of "Amgcy Glue" as head hunter. Fra- zier Potts, previous to his arrival in this Land of Shadows, was Justice of Peace in Muncie. tNote: There was very little peace in Muncicl S. B. YanArsdale sent several people among us by serving in the capacity of dispenser of patented and unpatented medicine, particularly those now so much in demand in the United States. Marcus NYarrender has written a book called "The Flip of the Financial Coin" which met with immediate success. After acting as ambassador to the Fiji Islands, Leo XVebster was elected to represent those who have not yet arrived here. He has also submitted to the universe, a revised edition of XVebster's Standard Dictionary. Kath- erine Wfhallon is now thrown on the screen for the benefit of human- ity to prove that Mary Pickford is not the only high light in the movies. The Pressler twins as much alike in spirit as in reality, en- tered the Twin Beauty Contest and ranked second only to the Gold- dust Twins. lidna Koss evolved into a trapeze performer. XYe proudly announce that Agnes XYilliams became a noted evangelist. "Marcelled hair means nothing in my young life now" she quotes from her diary kept while she was yet on earth. Robert Rink was sent to model here in this land for the Non-lilastic Romper Company. Reports have been received at headquarters to the effect that he is proving very satisfactory. Frank Trost has spent an interesting life on the stage producing the phenomenal act "lt Defies Gravitation." Otto Mahrdt has been located in business near the entrance of Crown Hill. The sign above THE ARSENAL CANNON 35 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,,, , , , , his shop reads "Mystic Statuary." Margaret Strassler gave up her intended career as gym teacher and kept books for the Traffic Cops' Cnion. NYe trace the world's most eihcient crystal gazer to be none other than our own beloved classmate, Helen llosea. lt is generally understood that Edwin Holmes retired from his active life at Tech to follow the interesting occupation of hunting pearls in mussel shells from XYhite River. He used one of his tinds as his pass-port into this Land of Shadows. Clarence Drayer became the honored vice-secretary of the Royal Order of Ancient Accepted Stews and Bums. Culver Godfrey held a position of great prominence at XVest Point. He was chief care-taker of the shine on the officers' boots. XYe have little to say of Alice Hewitt and Helen Hauck for their spirits were last seen picking "Sweet XYilliams" along the canal. Mary lflizabeth Hollister is the respected sponsor here in the Shades of Death for sorority house parties. Albert Zimmerman was intrusted with the task of keeping naughty birds out of the sunken gardens at Garfield Park. lneva Reilly is the entrepreneur of the jitney-bus line operating between Rio and Narrow, two im- portant villages of the Underworld. just before arriving here ,lesse Bailey at last realized his ambition and became the champion miler of the XVestern Conference. He lays all credit for his rise to the efforts of his trainer, blames Maxwell. The spirit of Clifford Morgan took up the study of anesthetic dancing and is performing with Madame Theo Hewes' ballet at the Circle this week. Margaret Mcllhetridge and Ruth Long have established a home for the care and protection of the weak and feeble shadows of their former classmates. .lames Ruddell has been admitted to this place of medium existence as manager of a ''3-shots-at-the-nigger-baby" stand. Laurence Neidlinger has been a proprietor of a Bird and Goldfish store in New Castle, Indiana. Iiorman McCurdy joined the House of David to continue his growth of luxuriant hair. Forrest Denny has had charge of a cameleon farm near Beech Grove and is now selling his stock. Betty Nunlist resigned as director of tourists' par- ties to the lirand Canyon to mingle with the souls of her friends down here. l.ast of all, we say that Robert Blessing had a steady job reading to the ancient members of the Old Ladies' Home pre- vious to his arrival in this place abode. MARIE GEK JRGE. DCANE HXXYKTNS. 0:0 0:0 0.0 0.0 0:0 0 lvy Day exercises were held Friday afternoon April the 3oth., at .2115 in the lunchroom. The speaker of the afternoon was Rev. George Savary of the lfirst Congregational Church. A poem on ivy which was written by Edwin Ifolsom was read. livery other year we have planted trees but we have used up all available space that can be used until the new buildings are finished. Since the Arsenal is to be kept as a remembrance of the "United States Arsenal" and "Old Tech" the seniors planted ivy around the tower. go I Ill: .eXlQSlzNAl, CANNON f AbAZ,iflALA2'plL4u':YZZCLl,.QLeXJ l.!AZlJa-Cx AC12-l,6!,xCsJyL4-A-L-L-LylxL.-L-L-L.:-LALAL-AALL-A-LZQQYZL-LLLLJJJ! Ly4Llv,4LL6L1cL-LsLv'.l.' L !,.ff7I' lass ,Sung XYe'ye come today, clear Technical, tu say farewell to you- Uur hearts are sail at parting, for our love for you is true. XXX- loye the flear olfl Arsenal with its tower so big and tall, ,Xnil the green of iyy trailing o'er and o'er its stately wall. lfor four short years wt-'ye studied here in this enchanted land: XXI-'ve learned to love the lilac lane and the hill so tall and green. lfacli day we'll all grow fonrler when we'ye left this happy scene, Aml lu the memory we hold dear, XXX-'ll say with many a tear: Chorus So Technical, our 'll-chnical, XYith your colors green and white: ln our yisions of the future You're the bright and shining light. Ur whateyer we may do Wie shall always love the memory Dear Technical, of you, just you. IXIILDRED ROSS. limb her igber "Climb, tho' the rocks are rugged," On up to the tower of Fame: Sight the steeple and get there, Blake for yourself a name, Be true. be loyal, be steady, lirr not with a lesson, half-learned, A chasm that yawns may deceive you. But leap,-your success must be earned. "Climb tho' the rocks are rugged," Stay, till you're thru with your work, Rely on yourselfffnot on others, Accomplish your taskYdon't shirk, And then you will stand in the twilight, All guiltless of sword or shield, And where ere we're called to wander A better and nobler victor, Than the hero of bloodiest field. 0 .0 ANNA GERAN. Deiinitions. ECHO-The only thing that can cheat a woman out of the last word. DANCE-A brisk, physical exercise, invented by St. Yitus. EXERCISE-Bodily exertion requiring 310,000 Gym and a IO acre lot. Originally eonhned to the wash-tub and the wood-pile. ' Tllli AIQSENAL CANNON 3, lVMMLVMW lis5MWLiLlAMilAMiLNwMvMISLNLNAAAAAL-AL-Cxlxesbolvy-C-lx!-Bflvlulxf L-4-64-4-4-AA-4-Li-All -AJQ-LAL-446411, Iimhing hp Time weaves in intricate design A vine upon her hard gray loom: A plant that clinihs along' the stones To hrighten up their lifeless gloom. She covers up the slahs of rock XYith beauty of the verdant hue, Anil steeps in deep forgetfulness The heavy cares that Man pursue. Anil in his darkest hours he sees Not all the dimly lighted past As in the stone: hut present youth As in the leafy yine. At last He sees therein an endless life, A winter's hush, a gentle sleep, Till Spring returning hreaths again The warmth of life renewed. :Xncl deep Tn winter, Time reveals her web And sees the sinews which she wore To Hereulean strength upon The wall. And winter vainly strove To stifle youth and haliliiness XYhich latent lay within the breast. XYith growing strength the Spring returns To break the toils and render blest Our coming here again. The vine, These venerable walls, will cheer The wanderer who turning lends A smile, a reyerential tear. , . 0 O . . EDWIN FoLsoM. TO THE T. H. S. Here's to Tech, the school of my heart, XYhere niost of the plans for my future start. The school of the future for both rich and poor, joy, health, and success may be found at her door. If it's music you love, join our Tech band And revel in melodies both glorious and grand. If for health, pluck, and courage you honestly strive Through basket-ball and R. O. T. C. you're sure to arrive. Success will be reached by only one lane-1 Patience and hard work-thus ends my refrain. FRANK ALEXANDER. 6 V 1 f as fy! Wx :O f V x W 2 an 4 1. , ,. . :E Xxx -M. . . , ,V 2, 'jj 5 ' ' 1 ' 1 'g 2 r 1 f J ' M , 1' Q .1 ,W 41 fi? ' , ,l , xl , , -ul., , :Q f7'A,', f'Hs . -Q-..,,,f,. ' 5 f 5 -,M -J W' S I IU DS f -4 'fam A' ji ' " 'Q ' 'f !T"'1F' 73f3Q'v' . M ' - ' 4 V . . .. ,.. i 1 V ' -' P - f ,ff 11: .1 . , ' ' f y. - AM. 1, R-v . ,N 1 4 . 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TRENT NCMQXTH. lfditor-in-Lihicf Xssistant liditor Business Manager l,1lt'I'2lf1ll'C' ...... R. U. lx. L. Sports ...... Exchange .... Contributions .. ,lokes ....... News . Art ....... Editorials ... ' .. Edwin Folsom. l-lt-atrice Borgstede. .-Xlvin Light. .. Sherwood Blue. Karl Fischer. .. Hruce Sillery, Harold Yan Russuin. ,loe .Xbrahanr Lulu l-larbison. ................. Fort lioons, George Kalb. ........ Margaret Klarkey, Margaret Newton. Advisers. .......... .... Mr. Frederick Polley. .. Miss lilla Sengenberger. Business , .. Mr. Edward E. Greene. he iemester iliehietn Tech has just finished the best year of all, the one when the l1lO5f progress has been made, and when real Tech spirit has been most in evi- dence. She has undertaken great feats and has met defeat with a cheer. The splendid building, now in the process of construction is only a just reward for such spirit-spirit that has national fame. The work on the building has inconvenienced every one, but who has gruinbled or frowned? Who has fussed about the mud or the racket? All waited with eager anticipation for the laying' of the corner stone and then showed the visitors at that celebration that all Techonians are opti- mists. Three cheers for the new building! From a "bunch of rookies," Colonel Perry has successfully develop- ed a well-trained army, resplendent in its khaki. There are boys in the corps holding ride badges, and boys who are sharks at drill. But, best of all, is the noticeable improvement in all, the finer posture, the quickened steip, and better health. - The girls have had a colonel too, one Miss Struble. Under her direc- tion, the Friendship Club, having as active members all the junior and Senior girls, has been organized. The wonderful work completed by its members is most surely worthy of note in the annals of 1920. Athletics! honors! and more--sportsmanship! The sectional bas- ketball honors were deservedly won by Tech, for she was fair and square the whole year through. Three cheers for the splendid boys T111-f .X1QS1iN,X1, LXXXHX 31 FYTTTTT Q'?'77'7'-7'2'7'iN'V'7V'Y'-7' N7-Y'17-TNTYYWYVTY-Y1TWT7TY-QVW'?'179'V7?'2'7'7Y77'-7'7'7?'7'7'?'T T751 LLf7'7?'7'7jQZ77'?'7 7'7'LZ?'7??'7 2"T'i'f'?'7?'WfQ'7'7 111111 111111- 111'1711g.f11t 111114 w1'1111111 111 1111- 1111111 111 1111 14ll'l11N1l12l1111l'11LxN12111-1 1111'1-1- C111-1-rs 11111I'1' 1111 1111- s111111-111s 111111 111011111 1111111 11111'1- 11111111-11 1111- 11-111111 i111175'2l115'1 11-1'11 1-1111-11-11 Z1 111-11' 111-111 1111 1111111111 11114 YCEII' 111111 11115 1115111 1'1-- XY2l1'11K'11. S111- 111111 1111- 111111111-1' 111 1111- A1l1N1Cll1 A1Cl11HI'y 14111111-N11 111111' 111111111 11111111145 111111- 111-1-11 1111':11111-11 111 Xv1l1.11l11N 1-111111-Atv '111-1'11 XXZIN 111111s1-11 1111 111-1' L'1ll1H11AZltL' 111111 1-111-1'111'1- 111-1111-11111111 1111g'1-11111. 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AN APPRECIATION 711110 N11111. 1115111-5 111 1-X11-1111 1111 11111111-C111111111 111 Xligs 1'i111L'11'5 11H1L'L' 111'111'111'1- class 1111 1111- QXC1-111-111 111111111-111111111 111 1111- 111151 11-:111 1111- w111'1q 1111111- 1111s 111-c11 s1111-1111111 111111 1111- 1I'llS1 1111111-11 111 1111- 111-1-11111111111 1111s 11111 111-1-11 111 111111. 54,11-I ., VA .1 1153, if-3115? -' -1 A A'-1 The Cannon Staff Tifpbmbxzk - s-5-5-ma-D-a n-0-C-0-:L-A V -. - A , f .E .Q ' C . v - E Q if Q lg Q ! J' I 27 I' 5 QR f so . n -1 A. 1 . FL H 1, l 4 gl I F I i l X , - -, -- - s ., x If I -f '--.ua-if-C-" --'az'--' -x- -,A ff' The work wc-'ve done throughout the year, XYould nearly make you weep a tear, XYe've opened boxes, cleaned up guns, Done ev'rything 'cept have some fun, XYe've looked at records and the like, XVe've learned of maps and old turnpilce, XYe've shot until our shoulder's sore, HJ And cleaned the bolt and all the bore, But aren't we sorry the summer's come, And old li. U. T. C. is done? Q o Q 0 Q o 0,0 0.0 0,9 0,0 0.0 0.0 A RESUME OF THE SEMESTER'S WORK This semester the military department started out with better facilities than it did last semester. lt was inconvenienced, it is true. with close quarters, but all were patient, because, after all, the rest of the school worked under a similar handicap. A series of lectures on map drawing and organization of companies and platoons was given. A new system was started whereby the freshmen were sep- arately drilled by experienced cadet officers who were designated as assistant instructors. A course of hre on the ao foot range indoors was established, most of the upper classmen taking advantage of this. Our Government inspector, Colonel McKinley, received the corps during February and spoke very well of the splendid showing. The wonderful campus with all its opportunities thoroughly impressed the inspector. Nile feel sure that we can count on much assistance from him in the future. Toward the end of the term an outdoor range was constructed near the magazine and advantage of this longer distance range was taken by all. ln this connection it is planned to have a range of at least too yards for use next year. The new 19133 model Springtields were issued and a demonstration of the use of the held equipment was made. The military corps took a creditable part in the Memorial Day celebration, the Centennial, and at the laying of the Corner-stone for our first new building in Greater Tech. Camp Custer Great interest is being shown in Camp Custer this year. It is esti- mated that 3,ooo men will be there: as usual Indianapolis expects her unit to stand at the head. Major Oury will be in command of the camp with Colonel McKinley as senior instructor. Colonel Mcliin- ley has evolved a system of diversiiied instruction that will give each man a chance to show his ability. Following Camp Custer there will be a national rifle shoot at Camp Perry, Ohio, and this we expect several men from Indianap- olis to attend, as members of the Custer team, THE ARsENAL cANNoN 35 ,,.,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ......,,,,.,,, ,,YYY,Y,, ,,,,, , , , ,--. Ammunition. Frequently the newspapers have told about the ammunition which the R. O. T. C. units have. These statements are incorrect for the government does not issue ammunition to the R. O. T. C. units except at the summer camps. 0,0 0.0 0.0 O O O The use of the old magazine as a storage place for supplies is being discussed. 0:0 0:0 0:4 Colonel Perry has been in charge of the unpacking of the old Arsenal records. Many interesting items have been found. All of the material will be placed in the library for the use of the students of greater Tech. fo fo o'o O O O Among the last letters written at the post while it was still undef government ownership is one by Mr. Shobey, the old clerk, who said, "I suppose these records will never be ovened, and so eventu- ally will mould away." XVe are sorry Mr. Shobey can not be here with us now as he could undoubtedly throw much light upon the old post incidents, and tell us many personal touches about the place. Another interesting article tells us that only two men died here and that both of them committed suicide. This splendid health record must have been due to Dr. Newcomer who was post surgeon here for 24 years. Colonel Perry is in receipt of the following letter from Dr. New- comer's daughter: Lientenant-Colonel Perry, Dear Sir: From the Indianapolis News I learn that you are pre- paring a history of the old Arsenal. I think you must find in the government records the fact that my father, Frisbey S. Newcomer, M. D. was the surgeon at the Post from the day work began in the Arsenal grounds until his death, Septem- ber 13, ISSQ. He was devoted to his work at the Post, was loved by Commandant and others. He took an active part in the beautifying of the grounds, planting the Conley lilac hedge, grape vines and shrubbery and flowers, training a man to care for the grounds, and teaching the soldiers to respect the wild flowers, particularly the sweet briar roses. Thirteen commandants were stationed at the Arsenal and changes were made in the personnel, but Dr. Newcomers appointment remained unchanged, and with a few exceptions he made daily visits to the post for over 24 years. The soldiers sent touching memories at the time of Dr. Newcomers death, and a detail of men carried him to his grave. If there is anything I can do to help you in your work regarding the Arsenal records about my father, I shall be very glad to have you write to me. Very truly yours, MARY N. NYALCOTT. ,gfvnn 0, V 4, ' A I 11, 55' 4, .N QD '15 2 V , 'J 'AXE fu-sf f-,WN QM 1 8 nb elehrities 1 1111111-1'1 111111qs'51'111' C11L'Cl'1ll1 1'h1'1'11111 fjlll' 111t11- 111.1111 112lH z111111'11 111111s111c1Az11111' 111 111s g'1'11ss 1111111z1g1- S1l1L'1' 1111' 11z111- 111' this 1111'1111'1-. 1i:11111-1'1111- 11111111-1111i-111111 s11'z111g'1'11' 1111111 1s 111t11- 112111101111011L'l'1'1 Q11111' 11111L'l'L'l11 1.l'1l111 X112 1'z1111-1'1-11's1q1. ML'l1112l 111-1't1'z1111fN1,111' 111111 C1111141 g1111'ss 111211 this 1s ZL'll11Zl? 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CANNON AAfAJ,Al-1AL-dcASAUYCKWQMJJLLAJALAL-SALMAAAQSAAGMv2Alw3AAAAA6A4!JMNAL!N6b4JNfls5A6A6LNliA0J . . , - .-LNAALNAAALQQ sth aunts MARCH, 1919-MARCH, 1920 Essay Contests .lesse liaileyalfirst prize, junior class: State essay contest on "l"orest Relations to National Defense." lijllfj. Crban Sage-Second prize in city, National essay contest on "The lflenelits of lfnlistment in the l'nited States Arinvf' 1920 Samuel AslibyaTliird place in High School Discussion I.eague con- test. 19311 Music Contest Tech Teaniallanner presented by Rotary Club for highest team average in lligh School Music Memory contest. Tech average: 98.8 per cent. 193111 XYilma llarringtiingThird prize, individual honors, Music Meinory Contest. 149120 Athletics Baseball-City League Championship-1919 l3aseballfCity High School Clllilllllll0llSl1llb-lQIQ Duane lolawkins-+lDyer medal for athletic sportmanship and gen- eral standing in the school. 1919 First basketball team-winners of SL'CtlOll2ll'lQ2H Second basketball team--highest city score. Rest state record for any second team in the league. IQZO Duane Hawkins-Guard on all state team.192o Clarence DrayereCenter on all state team. IQ20 Clarence Drayer, Arthur Black, Haldane Griggs, lfldred Slaughter, Duane Hawkinsrpositifins on lirst all-star sectional team. 1920 Track-sectional 1'L1Il11CI'S-up-IQIQ Trackasectional XYlllllL'I'S-lLj.2O Relay winners-XX'oods, Mott, Hawkins, Day-1919 Relay winners-Yelsey, Hawkins, Dynes, Cifilj'-1920 Military Honors limory llaxter-l.ieutenant-Colonel for city R. O. T. C. 1919 Kenneth Dynes-I-ieutenant-Ctilonel for city R. Q. T. C. 1920 Ex- Dert ritleman at Camp Custer. Attended National Riile Match at New hlersey-1919 Tech Corps at Camp Custer--XYinners in the drill contest in which all college companies participated. XYinners in Athletic lield meet. Typewriting Honors Typewriting H Class-XYinners of the Novice award in State con- test. 1919 Arthur O'Conntiralndividual championship of state. 1919 .g. .g. .g. .g. .g. .g. Our first new building will be remembered long by the house students who travel to their classes around the gravel piles. .g. .g. .g. .g. .g. .g. From the looks of the ditch which is to be the basement of the new building one would think it was a branch of the Panama canal. THlQ ARSICNAL CANNON 37 QNANSAAALLSZ,-Ili-C,L,' ,SAA-LA-SAA-L-A752 A1552-lj -4 -5-M1113-M03666-AAALNAJVMSL-66445644AAAANM-CAAAAL-AN!-6-AL-4Jbbb-5-ANL-Lsd-LL-6666-f.s'.-L-Ls? SENIOR CLASS CONDUCTS CAMPAIGN The .lune IQJO seniors and the pupils of the aflvertising classes conflucteil an aflvertising campaign to increase the seat sale for the senior class play, "Prunella" helil at the Murat Theatre, April zo. The campaign which was flirecteml by Mr. Park was planneil in cletail by the aflvertising classes. The lirst step was to arouse the interest of those stuclents taking ailvertising. This was flone through general iliscussions. The seconil step was to interest the senior class. Members of the class were appointed to serve on the various com- mittees to hanflle the ilirferent phases of the campaigng the pep meetings, the mlistrihution of the eleven selling teams, anil the pre- liminary seat sales. The thirfl move was to create interest in the school at large anfl in the frienrls anil relatives of the seniors. Yolun- teer speakers were assigneil to ailvertise the play through short talks in the roll-rooms. Seniors sent letters to triencls anil post carils to the Alumni to clraw attention to the proiluction, anal posters were placefl in clowntown windows. The appearance of the "l'epperette," a little paper lsfublishefl three times a week, lioosteil the play as well as tenileil tu fliscourage rumors. The stunt committee introclucefl the goat to sustain interest in the matinee performance. As a final move, the "Flying Squafls ron" anrl "Minute Men" were organizeil to make a last attempt to sell tickets among the under-classmates. From the returns of the proceecls, the members of the gracluating and aflvertising classes feel that the campaign was a success. .g. .g. .g. .g. .g. .g. THE JUNIOR DRAMA LEAGUE The Junior Drama League which was instituterl last semester under the direction of Miss Kletzing has provecl a thoroughly suc- cessful and most enjoyable unflertaking. lncleecl so worth-while is it that there is no floubt but what it will always be one of the most popular of Tech's Clubs. Meetings have been helml every other Thurstlay in Room oo. Teachers who are interestefl in the league and its work have hafl charge of the social programs. The meeting of April 29 is a gootl example of what the league is floing, anil of the gooil times everyone who is not a member misses. Miss Goclilaril hail charge of the social program. There were two plays given, both having been written by Lafly Gregory. lf you ilon't think the programs are interesting, be from "lNIissouri"ecome and see. .g. 4. .g. .g. .g. .g. THE BOY'S GLEE CLUB There is really a Boy's Glee Club in Tech-it has yet to make a public appearance this semester, but it exists in fact: not a big club nor possessing as many first tenors as might be used. But a club of twenty members may perform most acceptable "man's music," anil it is soon to be hopefl that an opportunity may be offered this organi- zation to prove not only, that quality is more rlesiralmle than quantity, but that it can flisplay real musical ability in the performance of the excellent numbers which occupy its attention every Friday afternoon. 38 THF ARSENAI, CANNON laA6N J,LM!'A'QMJ0TSKlLAMAlNvlAM-QAMAAANAANJNWAANAMAN ,,,, .,,. , , ,JAN-Ml LOOKING FORWARD One of the organizations which has developedhrmong our Tech girls during the past year is the Tech Friendship Club. The main purposes of this organization are, the promotion of the finest spirit of friendship among Tech students, development of the spirit of Democracy, and opportunity for all Tech students, and the realiza- tion of the highest ideals of womanhood. At the present time, the club is in its infancy and the little things now being done by its members are just the beginning of what is hoped may be accomplished in the future. lt is the plan to interest all the girls of the school in this organization and allow the Senior and Junior girls to be active members, the Freshmen and Sopho- mores, associate members through their big sisters. .lust now when Tech is growing into a Greater Tech we see more and more the need of such an organization to link the girls of the school more closely together. The girls already have a common interest, Tech, and have loyalty enough to wish to do all in their power to help their school. This Tech Friendship Club unites the girls of Tech in the desire to work as a body in the interest of the school. The motto of the Friendship Club is "Service,', not "Self," lt is the great hope of the organization that the time will come when every girl in Tech from the time she is a Freshman just entering into school activities will build for the future and through the help of the Club begin to realize her dreams. The Big Sister movement which has just recently become a part of Tech and has received the hearty support of the Tech Friendship Club, works for closer relations between Senior and Freshman girls. lt is the Big Sisters duty to see that her little sister enjoys high school life, takes an interest in school activities, and above all, makes scholarship paramount. The plan brings a very personal touch into the lives of the Senior and Freshmen girls who are very closely asso- ciated for a time. The Big Sister movement has also its social side. The Seniors have parties for their Freshmen, invite them to their homes, and try in every way to become better acquainted. .lust now only the Sen- iors and Freshmen are active in this plan but it is the hope of the Tech Friendship Club to develop responsibilities for the .luniors and Sophomores and make them a very active part of the work of Tech girls. All through their school life Tech girls receive the training nec- essary for them to become Big Sisters. As the Seniors have 'made their Way through school they have learned to know what the diffi- culties of a freshman are and so can help and sympathize with them in their problems. Tech girls are determined to "carry on" in the work of Greater Tech. By establishing high standards of conduct, scholarship, and friendship they arelmaking Tech a school where girlhood develops its greatest possibilities and school days are bound up in the memo- ries of wholesome helpful friendship. THE ARSENAL CANNON so 5 LL LiQ.MN4AAAAf Yrrrrfrrrrfrrrrfrrr Yfrrrrfrvvvvv Q THE SCIENCE CLUB The science club is one of the attractions of the science depart- ment of Tech. lt was organized about the latter part of March by pupils interested in that sort of work. At their tirst meeting they elected the following oflicers: Carroll Xliarrick, presidentgiililarv McMeans, vicepresidentg 'lohn Triby, secretary and treasurer. A program committee was appointed with Roland Yandergrift as chair- man. The object of this club is to give a more interesting and detailed account of scientilic things. Certain topics are assigned usually to two of the members: at the following meeting a lecture on the chosen topic is given, followed by a general discussion. Most of the members are interested in wireless telegraphy. Trips are made to dillerent wireless stations where they see the practical applications of the things they discuss. Many other subjects, how- ever, are discussed at the meetings. .g. .g. .g. .g. .g. .g. THE NATURE STUDY CLUB The Nature Study Club, under the supervision of Mr. Cox, has been holding regular meetings every XXI-dnesday of each week. On nice days the club takes trips through the woods on the campus. They have discovered many interesting things during these trips. On one, they witnessed a skirmish between a crow and a small green heron which is not common to these parts. The sap-sucking wood- pecker does not seem to be at all affected by mere prohibition laws for there are evidences everywhere of holes made in trees by this bird who feasts incessantly on the sap of maples. The club is learning to know the calls of many of our native birds and can lind specimens of a large variety of llowers and plants. .g. .g. .g. .g. .g. .g. OUR DEBT OF GRATITUDE To Miss Shover, Tech and indeed, the whole city is indebted for the wonderful pageant which was presented on the campus, May the 25th. Hours upon hours of work have been spent by her in looking up the records, in arranging the pageant and in making it all come to pass. lt was Miss Shover who uncovered the records in the Frank- fort Arsenal. In one box of records was found a letter, written by il Mr. Shobey, which stated that in all probability the boxes would mould away and never be opened. But his prophecy did not hold, for the contents of the boxes have recently been very much in evidence. Tech can never forget the wonderful gift which Miss Shover has presented to us in the pageant. Mary had a Thomas cat lt warbled like Caruso. A neighbor swung a baseball bat Now Thomas doesn't do so. BRADLEY TECH. ao 'lllllf AliSlCNAl. CANNON -66661.-U'L-ZLJJ-1,-4:64-Lslbelsdlhiibolslsllal .6-66-lxAA4JM!'-A-Z-lNAAlt-A14-LALs6LsLNLN6QNLAALsLiLsLli6-AAAAAAALNALQA-L-LXLQAL-LiLNlNl-A646-LNLNZNAAZI-L!!-Z-f rsenalki tits tu nhianapnlis A Dedication Pageant-Supreme Day, 1920. Arsenal Technical Schools. The Spirit of the Pageant-1820-1920. The Arsenal in symbolic costume enters with a metal box and stands while the chorus sings the dedication verse. lndianapolis with two future citizens, enters. The Arsenal gives her the box and leaves. She meets Our Nation, Columbia, and Democracy, and asks them to assist her in the training of her children so that they might he loyal citizens of the United States. She also promises her assist- ance and gives the children the box given her by the Arsenal. lfdu- catiou, XX'ork, Organization, and Col".-peration are all called in to help in the training of these future citizens. During this instruction they raise the tlag part way. lgnorance, Riot, laziness, and Selfishness dislike this happy prospect. so call in Disease and Microbes to cause trouble. lndianapolis calls help. Science with Prevention and Cures dances. The chorus sings anthem of rejoicing as Science con- quers. Epoch I-1820-1861-The Site of the Arsenal. Symholical ligures rest, with opposing forces quieted, but not conquered. indianapolis in Brown cloak dreams. llerchance the lndians as they passed looked at these forests, and thought that this ground must have been once a resting place of the "Great Father." llercliance the early settlers coming a short distance from Pogues cottage on Pogues Run came through these woods, planned to build on these grounds but the Spirit of the Arsenal told them the grounds were intended for other purposes. 05 0:0 o'o . . Epoch II-1861-1902-The Government Arsenal. The children take lndianapolis's brown cloak, leaving her in .1 blue cloak. Riot and lgnorance call Slavery and Chains and Secese sion and Division to overcome our Nation and Urganization. lndian- apolis calls for aid. Governor Morton visits the State Arsenal on the north half of the Arsenal grounds. l-le and Colonel Sturm decide to move it to ground just south of present site. Soldiers drill at Camp Morton. Colonel XYni. Y. XYiley raises the lirst Hag on the prior site of the Arsenal. The Arsenal pauses to rest. Seltishness and l.azi' ness bestir themselves, bring in Tyranny and Cuba who appeal to lndianapolis. She in turn calls to the Arsenal who furnishes supplies for the Spanish-American soldiers, who get this equipment and also show that the opposing forces must retreat. Again the Arsenal pauses to rest. Government officers close the Arsenal. .g. .g. .g. Epoch III-1902-1919-The Old Arsenal with New Gifts. The children take lndianapolis' Blue Cloak, thus leaving her in Purple. The transfer of the land is made by the Government to the Tlrlli AIQSEN,-Xl, CANNON 41 -666641566 156Al27QQ'-'MNABNMMN-,AAAQ-Z-AAL-M4lfMv iAM MMMNMWMNNiJJANN4-44-6-611-A-6-MAAC'-4-6-LAI.-LJ Citizens committee. The deed requires that these grounds be used "forever" for the education of boys and girls. XYinona Technical Institute offers her opportunities for Trade Training. "Tiny Tech" also does her part. Supreme court makes its decision, which leads to plans. These cannot be completed because:- Autocracy and Propaganda at the call of iliiof and lgnorance cover all the characters with grey veils. lmperialism goes to the Hag which is still partly raised. lrle takes it in his hand to pull it down, but stops to gloat over his prospective victory. The l.ittle Citizens surprise him, get the flag, and arouse Democracy and the protecting forces. Indianapolis calls the Arsenal. The bugle sounds. First group of XYorld War soldiers rush in to guard the flag. The Red Cross girls answer the call and the soldiers drill to the singing of the "Marseillaise." The opposing forces retreat but do not surrender. .g. q. .g. Epoch IV-Our Nation's Arsenal-1920. The Children take lndianapolis' purple cloak, thus leaving her in white with a suggestion of Green and Gold. ln this reconstruction period Laziness and Seltishness gain the ascendency and call to Autocracy who dares not come forward but who sends back Propa- ganda, this time in pink veils. lndianapolis calls for help. The Ar- senal brings in Our Nations Arsenal who presents the plans of Fu- ture Tech. Citizens accompany her to show their plans for increased education in the whole city. These plans are followed by Tableau groups representing General lfducation, Vocational Schools, llhysi- cal Training, Good XYill, and Service. Our Nation and Columbia accept these plans but wish to know how long they must wait to have these plans fulfilled. Indianapolis says she already has many who are now prepared to take the oath of allegiance. Seniors in alter- nate rows of girls in white iniddies and green ties: and boys in uni- form till the remainder of the stage, and give the oath of allegiance. The tlag goes to the top of the mast, while the band plays "Star Spangled Banner." A FRIEND OF TECH Among the many guests at the Pageant, was an elderly gentle- man who has known Tech ever since its beginning. This gentleman was Mr. ul. bl. Hatlield, now So years of age, Who came to the Arsenal when it was opened and remained in service here until it was closed. He was often entrusted by Colonel Yarney, the commanding officer, with important duties. ln the construction of the pageant he w as able to furnish much interesting and important material. Not once, in answering the many questions asked by Miss Shover, did his memory fail. liach bit of information proved authentic when compared with post rec- orcls. Indeed Mr. Hatfield seems to us the chain which links the past with the present. .g. .g. .g. .g. .g. .g. The men engaged in the construction of the new building do not seem as disgusted with the area of mud as they might be. 42 Tlrlli ARSICNAL CANNON 'b666fAA65ALlLcAJI5AfSlwb6-LAMsM.'ALVJQ.VlxL-Mi.5AAL-A564 ,,,,YY,YY,YY,,,frrrfryrrrrff fffffffrffffffffffffffff v V AMQ Pierrot, Prunella, Pierrette. A Play You'11 Never Forget riumph for the une '20 Qlllass The -lune 'go seniors presented their class play Monday, April goth, with matinee and evening performances, at the Murat. The play, "Prunella," was a delightful comedy in three acts, written by Granville Harker and l,awrence llouseman. lilizabeth Nunlist, quaint and demure, as Prunella, made a beauti- ful Pierrette. Lawrence Neidlinger portrayed the diflicult role of Pierrot, with exceptional ability. The three maiden aunts, together with their servants, the gardners, the boy and the maids, seemed to live their parts, to be a part of the very atmosphere of the place. The excellent work of Trent McMath as Scaramel, Pierrot's servant, well deserves mention. Anyone who knows Trent can appreciate the fact that he lived in his character. Then the eight lively mummers, completing Pierrot's company, won favor by their dancing. The character of Love, a statue,-the most trying part of all-was excel- lently done by Otto Mahrdt. From every standpoint the acting, for amateurs, was splendid. Indeed, critics stated that the play, as a whole, was the best ever pre- sented in Indianapolis by high school students. The scenery was beautiful, the costumes gorgeous, and the music charming. No wonder that it was a success. Much credit for the success of the play is due the Art Depart- ment, the Advertising Department, the costume and advertising com- mittees, and the Tech students themselves. "Prunella" was produced under the personal direction of Miss Florence Farman. 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KKlL'lll'lllgi. Perkins, Butler, Caldwell, Hoke, Zllltl Robinson represented Tech at the State meet held here at the Federal League Park. Butler won lirst place in the half-mile, breaking the state record for that event. ln 1910 our track tealn met outside schools in dual meets and ten men, Bossingham, Day, Koellring, Perkins, XY2lQ,'llC'l', lfehr, Cial- loway, Dix, Dougherty. and Bybee were picked from the results of their meets to represent 'liech in the State meet at Franklin. Perkins kept up our young spirit by lJl21Clllg'l:lI'St in the 2.2o yd. dash. ln IQI7 our worst record in track was made. -Xlthough we show- ed strength in dual meets we lost out ill the tirst sectional meet held at the State Fair Grounds by scoring' only nine points. Perkins, Albert Mcllvaine, XYagner, and 'lungclaus were the only men to qualify for the state meet at Lafayette but were not able lo score ally points. Qur bad record of the year before did not trouble our men ill tlle Spring of 1915 in making our best record ill track. After a good season's record six men qualified ill the sectional meet here to com- pete at the state meet. Perkins won hrst place in the zzo and loo yd. dashes while Day placed second ill both events. hlott placed second in the mile, Liebtag, second in the half mile: Albert Mcllvaine, second in the low and high hurdles: and XYagner, second ill the shote put. At the State meet held at Lafayette, l,CI'lilllS won hrst place ill the 2.40 and IOO yd. dashesg Day, third in the .2.2o3 and Mcllvaine, second in the low hurdles, making a total of 14 points which tied for second place with Manual. We won every meet in IQIQ except the sectional which went lil Manual by a two point lead. Hur team won victories over liiclls mond, Brownsburg, Crawfordsville, Greenwood, Frankfort, and Shortridge. Our relay team and live men qualilied for the state meet in the sectional meet. Day won first in the 22o and loo yd. dasllesg Maxwell, first in the lnile. Hay won the high hurdles: 'Hawkins placed second ill the half mile, and Griggs, second ill the low hurdles. At the state meet at Richmond, Day won second place in the loo yd. dash and third in the zzo, making a total of 4 points. Baseball. Tech holds the state championship in baseball as a result of lhe last state lneet at Lafayette, in IQI7. The team consisted of XX'agner, G. Meyer, Screes, Brown, lelroughton, Sherman, Ash, Sheppard. Biol' les, Kimick, and SCllClYlllg. 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N1111s11111, 11111lS111111'1.111' 5111111-111, 111-11111111, 11111.111'11-11115 11ig'11 5111111111 1'ZXl11111l'111, 11111-1111s, 11111: '11-111-1w1111 S111111'111, X1-11' 1'z11'ia, 11111113 1'1'1-ww 1-111111-1111, 111-111111111 14111111-1'11111'1' l1ig11 5111111113 X1-11' ,X1i1f111'11, 1411111.12 1111111111113 1'1-1113111 111g11 5k'111l1l1, 1,C111Y111, 111. l l INSIDE INFORMATION Helen l-losezl Ruth I'iIllUHl'L' says she is nut lnal'l'ie1il alill neyel' will lle. lt isn't safe to TJ1'O1'll'lQSy, Ruth. lxulis Hecknlan inflmrlns us that Blah Mannstielll is I'1,ll'l1lllIQ' a pea- nut machine on IXICT'llllZ1l1. llllw Zllxllllll it, Huh? Russell Tilton says he is not nlarriell as yet. Are we tn UllllCl"' stanll that he will be, small? lf sn, cllllg'i'at1llati1ins. Lois Stone has attenllefl schlilll since grallllatillll, Hllllt cllnstantly tllougll, 'callse please, l'ln nlmt that llensef' Rachael rlilbllll XYrig'ht expects l,l1iyfl Stanley lr. tn he Zlll Zlliflflll Techlinian. Son l.1.iyfl is six nllilltlls lilll nuw.. Margaret IXICC2li'tlIy has lust tive lilillnlls since heing gl'all1late1l. Nathan Yan Usllnl says, "Dl1n't thillk because l write su lllllllfu AIIOVST and 'llwtllings' that l am entirely excluflell lrlinl society." Charlotte Annette Partluw answers her questillns thusly: XYU1'liL'll in T. I-I. lJool:stlil'c-Alllet a young' lnall l like anll whll likes lne lfl may change nly 2lllfill'CSS in a shnrt tilne. NXXVTIIDIII llli l nwtify? Ada Harrillgt1.lll is nuw Mrs. XY. H. XX'illialns. Louis lleitkalll says that the especially interesting' L'Xl'iPL'l'IClICC's he has hall since his 1'lEl3'S at Tech are "The blllys lit XX'1lrlq." Francis I32IllUXY says, "Une ul llly greatest experiences was til see Tech will the Sectiollalf' That's the llelll Kathleen Dyer has had tu huy an entirely new cclllectinll uf hats because of her recent electilin tn the l'iLlll6l' IDl'2l1N?lllC Club. I.. A. Hcllliflay has llnne Htibtlllllg' exciting'-cll1ll1lll't eyen get a girl. Helen Birchlielll Schell expects her llaughter tl: attend leil'L'ZlICl' Tech. That's lliyalty. Telsie Maclclen says that nlakillg lllUllCf'lll? has been her nlwst interesting experience. - Stuart Pike wishes tri illl'1irln the plllllic that he is still single. Russell Screes has been lcmkillg after allfl caring for his lonely self in that wilrl city of Cllicagn. Marioll Iiillfbll insists that his nalne is Mr. Marillll Ilatlln anlil nut Miss. All right, lklarilmll, we'll tly til I'C1NC1lll5Cl'. Mr. Alvin Tuttle has recently been electell Ctlltill'-III-ClIIL'I of the state publication of I,EllIIlDfl?l Chi Allllla. Gladys Trout is n1.1w Mrs, lil. C. Mctillwen. Gladys Hartnlall, whll is engage-fl in Sflcial Service XYnl'k in Rich- lllliillcl, expects tu spend her SUIHIIICI' at the Henry Street Settlement ill New York. St' 'l'l l lf A KS PNA l, LIN XNUX NAAMAMAALLAaeacfAuymmaullf.mumM4m444m4vwA44.c.5.cM.mm.L.4.4.4uuwmuscuzuz44-4u.4.4.4J,f.4uM44vlu-41.1 limily Slingert Clapp says that the twii years nf married life have heen the happiest experience nl' her life. i Stewart Xvhitelieafl expeets to gm sfiuth with his family to live: he will attenfl ecillege at Athens, tieiirgia. i Kenneth ,lelifries harl seventeen mfinths serviee in the Marines. lle was an lnniin' guaril to l'resi4lent Xvilsnn fluring' his entire stay alrruafl. He met lfranli 'l'lifniipsim hy means uf his seluml ring. lfvelyn l,ittell says that 'lieeh is a gmiil reefnnmenclatiiin. "l ll2lYCllif wwrltefl at any fitliee sri lar without meeting siiineniie whw has guilt' lu rlleellfl Blanche Reeves has ailileil the name of Liarrlill lli. .XJ to her name. Rayniwnrl XYmiils was un the Purilne ilfresliman fimthall team that won the Champiiinship. lfarl XYag'ner is a varsity 11mtlvall-liaseliall man at l'urflue. llzirry Tiiinlinsiiii, -lune '17, is hael: :it wnrlc as a mechanic, after having spent must of his time sinee giafluatiwii, lighting the Huns. lirefl li1'iggs has jiiinefl the navy. Fay lliniglass Yzinclewarlq has a little iluugliter, lmrn Deeemher 5- Iow- Helen .Kitehell is nww Mrs. llruwn. Stewart Maxwell is with the Atlantic lleet in the Tropics-new at Quha. llmily Nulile is attentling virginia Christian Cnllege anrl repfiirts that she is engaged. 'lihe llilliiwiiig exeerpts lrlim Angeline Bate's letter might prwve uf interest: Vi Swain is up here rimiiiiiig with me. A wwrtl imly. neefl 8115506 Ihr the rest! When she's nut enlleeting fraternity pins she studies. 'lille life seems tu agree with her. Ut eciurse you ltnww almut the Crooke-Haymaker's weflcling? lt was quite il surprise tu all uf us up here. My lilessings un them hath. Gene Clark is quite a man zilwut twwn up here. At times l suspect him nl' frivwlity. ll saw him eating a lirispette in Main Hall the other ilay.l He lminlis quite happy at all times. Arthur Marquette leails ns all in tneing the light fantastic! Other- wise he's very clisereet. l have faileil tw tinfl anything inure against him. Bill liuthe has mzule himself well luiwvvii at all the eafeterias of Maflisnn, He must eat, he says su. l. think persnnally, that he's largely respnnsilnle lm' a recent fowl slinrtage here. Never mentiun but - A?-e sl ? ?-????? A1 Dougherty is illiwn at XYahasl1 L'11lX'L'l'S-ily inalqing himself a name in basket-ball. Same ulil .iXlsssre1l hair-eungenial grin-etc. lt's vaguely rumored that he ewntemplates starting a moustache but I really tlun't thinli that we muglit to hulfl that against him when we aren't sure uf ltftlrj you? 1 believe we wwe Al the beneht of the doubt. 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"The Magnetic Attraction of the Office," Lulu lclarbison. Bio- graphy tif Miss Strulmle, featuring her work at Tech. .g. .5 .g. 4. .g. 4. A New Version. Clayton llae tin a cleliatej: "The l,ortl worketl six flays anfl set asifle the seventh for pleasure anfl ainusenientf' 4. .5 .g. XYho are the meanest people on earth? The pen-inalcers. Why? lDon't they inalie us steel pens anrl claim they clo write? .g. .g. 4. 'lihe circus was tlelayeil last Saturilay, Cieorgge. XYhy? llc-cause the elephant swallowetl the cotlee pot anil they coultln't linfl the gfrounfls. 'N 0 0 0 4.0 4.0 Q 0 Vat: ls this a healthy country? Mike: XYall, there ain't been a rleath here for years. excepting the unclertalier antl he flieil ul starvation. o'o 4'4 o'v Q O 0 llaye you hearil the story of the beflf 1 T . ko. 'l'hat's where you lie. .g. .g. First tlea: like-en on a yacation? Seconfl llea: No, been on a tramp. 4:4 0:0 4:4 Y Student No. I: Uiil you get the seconfl problem? Stuclent No. 2: No. Stuflent No. I 1 How near were you to the right answer? Student No. 3: Five seats away. TROY POLYTECHNIC. 0:4 0:0 4:4 Mary Brown, translating lfrenchz Dill he clie dehnitely? 54 'lillli AIQSIQXXI. CANNON iAZlJl-ALM-L Slysbililillfll U-fsiixljl-ZQIJ-111,51SAAAAA-QVAAA-ALNAAAAAAAAAALXAAAMMi!MNA iNANsAAAAAAL.A4-AA-AAAA-is-ill! ADVERTISEMENTS PERSONIFIED H'lillllL' to llc-'liirc" ................................ lbwuglas Dicky "A Skin Yun laixw' 1uiliUllCl1n. . .. Betty Nunlist "llis lXlastcr's Yuiccn ....... .... K Ir, Xlliiislow nl'1YCI'Sll2ll'l1H ........... . . l.arry Nt-ifllingcr "l'mtt-ct Yuur tht-vks".. .. Mary Yan Nt-ss "Tho ,Nppcal ul' Beauty". . ... .. . "Peach" Murgaii "Mc-llin's liufwln ..................... ..,... l iuhcrt Rink "lllic lflax'wr ul lfrcsh liwastwl lk-:1nuts".. . licrnaflinc 'l'im'lfgs "lit-up tht- liwsus in Ywnr Clit-t-lcs" ..... l"lm'miCc Peck "lfvcntuallyfXYhy Nut Nmxw. .. .... Fcrgcant Ainy "'llln- C7riginal" ............. .. llunalrl Dellmimtilc "'tl'hc lilawn' Lasts". .. Swlmiifni tiolrllbt-1'g' "Safcty First" ..... ......... l .cc Fox Ulfvcr Really" ...... . Dirt XYilhel1n "Mr, Mako-it-Right" ...... .. Blix Carroll "Satisfaction li11Z1l'1lll'EL'CtlH. . Mr. Park ... .g. 4. ... .g. .g. May: XYhy, it's unly six ffclucli. l twlfl yuu tw cunic aftcr sulvpcr. Ray tinuclt-stlyl: 'lihat's what l camp- fur. .g. .g. .g. Miss lmclchcarl tin ling. lY classy: Now whim Cuulrl have stolen Silas MarnCr's inmit-y? Cloudy Sunilerlancl: l think, llwcllrvy, hccaust- ht- wantcfl tu get inarrit-rl anal it takcs sw ninch in. ' tw flu that. nf ... Pupil ilcscrihing lisau: llc was rinigli with rcil and hairy man- ncrs. .g. 4. .Iv Miss Lucklicafl in ling. ll: XX'hat is thc titlt- uf your Bihlc story? Pupil: Saul puts his ai-in arminfl Dayirl. Miss lamclclit-:ul linystihcflj : l,t-t nit' sec ywur carrl. Uimii Cxani- ining thc caril sho rliscmx-1'ul tht- llillmyiiig title. Saul puts his r'X1'inu1' on Uayifl. 4. .g. .,. l'iUU11fl on an linglish lll iizlpt-i': l ani rt-imrting' un "Musscs anrl the 'licn C41111111Zlll4ll1lCl1fS.u .g. .g. .g. Mr. Kincaid: XYhat is a l11Ci21l'Jl10l'? llright Stuclcnt: lt's 'culling' him' two things that are cxactly alike are fllljfL'l'L'l1t.--l'lXCllZll1g'L'. .g. .g. .g. Stuflcnts wishing' to hccmm- nicnihcrs uf thc "Movie Club" will please su- chartcr int-inlu-rs: Kathryn XX'ilhclin, IR-ach Morgan, Clitt Nlorgaii, lflarohl Maher-. .g. .g. .g. Variable. Discussion: "Huw lung flirt-s it talcc a girl tu rlrcss anyway?" "A-Xlmtit tiftc-cn niinntcs wlicn shc's guiiig sump- where hy herself ancl about thrcc hours when sinnc unc is waiting for her." 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