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

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RESERVE BASKETBALL: Bottom row Cleft to riglnl: VVil- liam Zody. Clxarles Nliller, Franlc Stafford, Coach Cll8Tl6S Gillnert. George Lynarn. Adelllert livans, and lxlarvin Amold. Top row: Rnlnert Patterson, Cllarles lxlaas, Donald Rotlxliopt, Don- ald Pedlow. Cliarles Riclxer, Robert Pritcliard. and Rollert lxletll. RESERVES NVITH COACH CHARLES GILBERT Com- pleting liis first year at tire lielm, Teclfs reserve cagers tinislied an average season witll seven victories against nine losses. Scores for tlie games were as follows: November 29-Tecll 18, Anderson 19: Decemlyer 6-Tecli 9, Soutli- port 16: Decemloer 7-Tecli 25, Kokomo 16: December 14-Tecli 19, New Castle 16: Decemluer 20-Tecli 7, Franldort S: Decemlner 21-Tecli 9, Franklin 16: Decem- lner 27-Tecli 23. Sliortridge 25: Decemlaer 30-Tecll 27. Catlwedral S: January 1-Tecli 12, Rusliville 14: January 16 tcity tOUIIl65'b-TCCI1 16, Howe 17: January 25-Tecll 22, Jefferson 20: Felaruary 1-Tecli 23, lxluncie 17: Fela- ruary 7-Tech 18, lxlarion 20: February S--Tecll 12, Soutlaport 16: Felnruary 14'-Tecli 19, Silelbyville 18: and Feliruary 22-Tech 26, Vvasliington 19. SOPHOMORES TECHVS SOPHOBIGRE laasltetloall squad, coaclied lay Paul Vvetzel, luad a poor season, dropping four ol six games for a percentage of .333. The second- year cagers traveled a tougli defeat-weary road in tlleir first four encounters wliiclu saw Soutliport slap a 23-to-13 discount tag on ttxem, January 11, and repeat tlie victory, 27 to 11, on January IS. Siiortridge tripled tIlC score, January 30, winning 33 to 11.Tecl1 gained a point in a return tilt witli tlae Blue Devils, Felaruary 6, but dropped a 46-to-12 decision. Finally lurealiing into tlie win column, tlle sopils lJraced to triumpli over time Deaf Scliool. I6 to 13. and 27 to 24 on February 14 and 10, respectively. 88 FRESHNIAN BASKETBALL: Bottom row cleft to riglltls .lames Grimes, Roy lxlartin, Rolnert Evans. Xvilliam Taylor, Eugene Stew- art. Rolxert Beavers. and Robert Rozell. Second row: Ernest Quaclceniausti. .lacli lvleans, Rolaert Straub, Rola- ert Fleyer, Robert Fuller. Don Gilliland. and Richard Hicl-cey. Top row: Coach Alvin Stiumm. Henry Glesing, Wvesley Bowers. Rolnert Dranstield, Rolnerl Keller, Artl1ur Kem, Roluert Orem. Reginald Bowers, ,lolm Kniglit, and Coacli Howard Longslmore. FRESHMEN COACH How,-xRo LoNGsHoRE's first string fresliman loasltetlnall team played fifteen games tlxis season, winning ten and losing tive for a .667 average. Tlmis year Teclr lrad two lreslwman teams to lielp stimulate interest in coming out for tlie sport. Nlany laoys wlmo would not have laeen alble to malce tlxe grade in tlxe regular one-team setup were alule to play and get expe- rience. Two new coaches, Howard Longsllore and Alvin Sl1umm, directed tlie laoys tllrougli the year. 1Vlr. Long- sliore coaclied tlie first string and lxlr. Sl1umm,tl1e second. Scores are as follows: Decemlaer 6-Tecll 9, Ben Davis 35: Decemlner 10-Tecla 21, Speedway 9: Decem- lner 13-Tecli 38, Vvarren Central 23: December 17- Tecli 18, Soutliport 17: Decemloer 19'-Tech 10, Vvasll- ington 8: January 14-Teclx 16, Sliortridge 8: January 21-Tech 36, Cathedral 20: January 23--Teclu 10,YVasl1- ington 12: January 28-Tecli 21, Soutliport 14: January 30-Tecll 17, Howe 12: Feloruary -4-Tech 29, Broad Rip- ple 22: February 6-Tech 17, Sliortridge 14: February 11--Teclu 25, lxflanual 30: February 13-Teclr 22, Cattle- dral 23: and February 20-Tecli 20, Howe 23. Tl'1e second stringers under the tutelage of Coach Alvin Sliumm started out slowly, but won tlmeir last game from tlie Deaf School. A complete season's resume follows: Decemlaer 19-Tecli 9, Vvasliington 11: January 9--Teclm 4, Broad Ripple 16: tlanuary 16-Tecli 13, lxlan- ual 26: January 23-Tecli 5, Yvasluington S: January 27-Tecli 15, Deaf Scliool 17: and Feloruary 13-Tecli 22, Deaf Scliool 15. BASEBALL: Bottom row tlelt to riglltlz Cllarles lxlagee, Raymond lvleans, Late lvlccall. Ctiarles Nlaas, and Robert Reed. Second row: .laclc Arbucltle, Robert Brammann, lxlanson Ballard, Vvilliam Xvalson, Joe lxlalool, Vvillard l,.itz, Eugene Newland, Houston bleyer, Sylvester Lux. James Kalader, and Francis Denton. Top row: Atlmletic Director R. V. Copple, Allan Segal, Gerald Decius, Vvilliam Cliilders, Howard lxlatlxews, Donald Bryan, Robert lxfleyer, Assistant COHCll Wayne Rl'l0C1ES, Bild H6341 Coacb DHQYVEH, Baseball COACH CHARLES DAGVVELIJS baseball team turned in seven victories witl1 only one setbaclc tor tlie season as tlie CANNON went to press. Tecli poured tlirougb lour teams in tl1e victory stride before lxflorton lVlemorial Home set tbe Teclimen down by one run. The Greens, lmowever, bounced baclc in tbe groove tlmeir next time out to defeat Decatur Central. Opening tlrie year, April 14, witb Southport, tloe Maloof relieved Sylvester Lux on tbe mound to pull a 3- to-2 triumpll out ol tlle tire. lxflaloot struclc out ten batters. Maloot once again tool: over mound duties in a relief role and liandcutted tbe Broad Ripple Roclcets, IO to 7, April I6. The tluird game on the card to be played witb Ben Davis, April 18, was canceled because of wet grounds. Maloot pitcbed tlme dream game at Plainfield, April 22-no bits. Tecli won tbe encounter, 5 to l, witll ttie Plainfield run coming in on an error. lvlalool struclc out 17 batsmen. Catbedral offered stitf opposition as Tecll clmallced up its lourtb consecutive win, 3 to 1, April 24. Sylvester Lux burled for tbe Greens and turned in a neat two-bit performance. Seven costly errors spelled defeat for tbe first time wben Morton Memorial Home of Knigbtstown routed Tecll, 6 to 5, tlie following day, April 25, on tlle llome diamond. Malool gave up seven sateties, but only two of tlie Morton runs were earned. Tecll bounced baclc into tbe victory column, April 29, by downing Decatur Central, 8 to 6. The diamond- men pulled tlle old squeeze play to perfection twice in tlle sixtlu inning to score tbe tvvo winning tallies. Cbarlie lVlaas, lxflalool. and Lux liandled tlie mound duty witb tlie latter getting credit for tbe win. Tecb turned in its sixtli victory by sllutting out Roclcville, 5 to O, on tlle losers, diamond, May l. lVlaloot llurled a tbree-bit performance and struclc out I2 oppos- ing batsmen to register tlie win. Tlie Greenclads walloped two Rockville twirlers for ll safeties wbile Tecb played errorless ball for tlne first time of tbe season. The next game against Ricllmond on lxflay 6 was canceled on account of wet grounds. Facing Plaintields Qualcers for tlle second time, lwlay 8, Tecll came from beliind to triumpll, 4 to 3, as lwlaloof llurled sllutout ball for four innings in a relief role. lxflalool replaced Lux in ttle tourtlr witb no outs, two runs in, and runners on second and ttiird. The relief twirler struct: out tl'1e side to squelcll tlie rally. Eight more games are lelt on tbe scbedule: lxlay 13-at Catbedralg lxflay 15-at Ricbmondg lxlay '20- Broad Ripple: lVlay 22-Deaf Scboolg lvlay 23-Jefferson ol Lafayette, lvlay 26-at Deal Scboolg and lxflay 29- Kolcomo Cdouble heaclerb. 89 GULF: Left to right: Coach Bayne Freeman. Harry lN'lcKinney. Robert Xvilson, lxlarsliall Springer. John Schom. Rolnert lxforris. and VVil- lis Xxleltle. Tom Triltipo and Rohert Davidson are not present. Golf COACH BAYNE FREEMANS golf team completed only two matches of its schedule of nine meets hefore press-time for the CfXNNON. ln their opener, April 21. the Green and Vvhite golfers defeated Shortriclge, 12W to lik, on the Speed- way course. ln their second match at Richmond, April 26, the teemen finished fourth in a North Central Con- ference foursome with Kolcomo, Richmond, and Marion competing. Richmond was first with 3273 Marion, 3403 Kokomo, 3673 and Tech, 370. The remainder of the schedule is as follows: lxlay 1, Anderson fspeeclway courselg 1Vlay 3, lxflarion, Rich- FRESHlX'lAN TRACK: Bottom row fleft to rightfz Cveorge Cleveland. Ricllarcl Kelley, Charles Brosey. Robert Foster, Lester Boese. Billy Seward, Gene Favors. Douglass Nowling, Alfred lxfliner, LeRoy Xvinlaurn. Second row: Coach Dale Sare, Larry Hayes. Tom lV1u1lenclore, Tom Towsley. blartin Lamlnert, Victor TOUCfl8ttB, Rolsert Pidgeon, Don Ar- mour. Xvilliam Duggins. and .lacli Romeiser. Top row: Rolnert Cunnings. Richard Brunnhoeffer. Edward lN'1oore. Herlaert Kruse. Verle lV1ocus. Rollins Hawkins, John lvlarliovich, John Fontaine. Yvilliam Kruse, and Richard Pavey. TENNIS: Bottom row tleft to rightf: Donald Coy. Ernest Quackenhush, James Bastian, Don Olsen, Ray Goodman, and Vvilliam Zody. Second row: Coach Orlo lVliller, Howard Beeson, Tom lVlesserlie,, Vvilliam Boyer. and Earl Otey. Jaclc Patterson was not present when the picture was taken. mond, Tech at Kolcomog lVlay 10, Marion, Richmond, Kolcomo at Tech tCoffin coursef: lVlay 12, Shortridge fspeedway courselg lV1ay 15, Howe: Nlay 17, Tech, Ko- lcomo, Richmond at lwlariong and lVlay 24, State lVleet. Iennis TECHS TENNIS forces, under the direction of Coach Orlo lxliller, finished the fall season undefeated to' win another North Central Conference title, hut at press- time spring net activities were not under way. Fall results are as follows: September 19, Tech 5,. lwlorton of Richmond 0: September 26, Tech 5, New Castle 05 October 4, Tech 3, Kolcomo 0: and October 12, Tech 5, lxluncie 0. A tough spring schedule faces the racquet swing- ers with the highlight of the season when Tech plays Culver lvlilitary Academy, lwlay 31, for the first time. FRESHIVIEN FRESHlVlAN TRACKSTERS. under the direc- tion of Coach Dale Sare, competed in two meets before the CANNON went to press. Teclfs rhinies were leading, 38 to 16, before rain halted their initial meet with Howe, April 17. on the home oval. ln the second start, the yearlings dropped a 70gffg to 46Lfg decision to lxlanual, April 24. Coach Sare led his charges against Shortridge, lVlay 1: xfVHSfl1Dgt0l1, Nlay 8: and the annual city freshman meet at Tech, lxlay 15. VARSITY Bottom row tlelt to Iiglllli Dudley Cole, Xvilliani Yolli, Farrell Sandler, Donald Pcdlnw, Jails Bailey, Harry Bryan, Jaili Hanna, Xhlayne Trapp. Edward Schilling, Dennis Rayiner, and James Olxlara. Second row: Roy Hurley, Yvilliam Hendricks. Paul Logan, Donald Sellniar. Vvilliain Kennedy, Edward Vvillianis. Richard Lowisli, Neal Benson. Charles Fisher. Ralph Boyer. Wvayne Barnett. Gerald Burrows. and Clyde Flccorniaclc. Third row: Head Coach Paul lxlyers, Freshman Coach Dale Sare, Richard XN'right. Edgar lxloyer. Gordon Kounlz, Seth Burgess, Franlt Stafford, Allison ltladinger, Sherrill Arvin, lacli Burkhart, Xfvilliam Clark, Thomas lxlullendore, and Arthur Nvalters. Fourth row: Kenneth lXlcDonnell, Clyde Ennis, Xvilliam Coliver, George Xvuest. Xvilliam Butler, Phillip Harless. .lohn Dohltins. Thomas Leaclnnan, Robert Payne. Field Coach R. D. Behlmer, and Athletic Director R. V. Copple. Top row: lxlarvin Hurley, Howard Kralten, .lohn Potter, Clifford Brumrnet, Roh:-rt Held, James XYarrenlJurg, Xxlilliain Berling, Thomas lxliller. Rohert Cunnings. Wallace Kehrer, Calvin Coates. Vvilliam Magee, and Charles Varner. I r ai c li COACH PAUL BIYERS, city champion track- men competed in three dual meets, Southporfs Relays, and the city meet laelqore CANNON presstime. Opening against Bloomington, April 14, the cindermen won both relay events to cinch a 63 llfl2 to 51 lfl2 verdict alter the Panthers had come dangerously close at the completion of the individual events. At Kokomo, April 18, Coach lxlyers' runners over- whelmed the Kats, 7l1f3 to -1515. The thinlies toolc eight of the individual events, tied in the vault, and won the 1,500-yard relay. Wiley ol Terre Haute was next on the schedule, April 22, and the Green dropped its First meet, 75 IX6 to 41 5f6. Tech came luaclc strong to capture both relays, hut Vviley was too lar ahead to catch. Tech entered the Southport Relays. April 26, to defend its title of last year when it accepted the invita- tion for the first lime. The Green and Vvhite counted for 23 points for a tie with Manual for fourth. Eight records toppled in the meet, Tech cutting the old mile relay maria of 3138.6 to 3:36. The winning combination was com- posed of Wayne Barnett, Gerald Burrows, Neal Benson, and Dicli Lowish. Chucli Fisher missed equalling the high jump record lay only 1A of an inch. Coming from loehind to tally 18 points in relays lor a total of 5-1, Tech continued city traclc supremacy for the eighth consecutive year lay squeezing lay Shortridge hy two points. Chuck Fisher turned in the only tirst place in any individual event while the Greens' team lyalance accounted for a majority of points in second, third and fourth places to swing the decision. RESERVES TRACKDIEN hrolie even in two meets laelore press-time. The reserves won over Kolcomoys HB" forces, 71 to 36, April l8g then dropped their second, 7816 to 3014. to Plainfield, April 25. Among the outstanding reserve traclcmen were Richard Vvright, Clilllord Brunlmet, Roloert Burlcert, Vvilliam Clark, John T. Anderson, Vvilliam lxlagee, Kenneth lVlcDonnell, Thomas Nliller, Edgar Nloyer, Vvallace Kehrer, Gordon Kountz, James Vvarrenhurg. Charles Varner, John Reider, Robert Payne, Alli- son lvladinger, Roloert lxflundell, Vvilliam Berling, Sherill Arvin, Ralph Boyers, Seth Burgess, Vvilliam Colliver, Howard Crafton, Harold Curson, and lxlarvin Hurley. Ol CHEER LEADERS: Lett to right: Dale Safe, sponsor, Ray Davis. Ronald Hull, Clyde Comhs, and Vvilliam Kennedy. .less Hillock and Perry Ray are not present. Cheer Leaders Those boys everyone saw cutting their capers on the football field and haskethall floor this past school year, leading the spectators in organized rooting, were the cheer leaders, under the sponsorship of Dale Safe. Techites appreciate the line service rendered to the student loody throughout the sports year hy the yell leaders. Swimndny TECH entered hoys in the state swimming meet held at Purdue, February 22, for the first time hut failed to place or score. The eight hoys making up the team are Xvayne XVa1ters, James Tracy, John Chisholm, Henry Toney, Donald Shook, James Edwards, Frank Hurley, and Richard Schmidt. Cross Eountru THE CROSS COUNTRY squad, tutored hy Coach Paul lxlyers, finished a fair season with one win against six losses and Filth place in the Central lndiana lnvitational meet for 19-10. Scores for the events were as follows: tlow score winsl September 20-Tech 28. Southport 27: Septemher 27-'Tech 31, Ben Davis 2-1: October 4-Tech 31, Boys' School 2-1: Qctoher 11--Tech 33, Anderson 22: October 18-Tech 36, lxlanual 19: November 1-Central lndiana lnvitational at Butler-Roosevelt of East Chicago 49, first: 1V1anua1 55, second: Nvarren Central 89, third: Vvashington 97, fourth: and Tech 145, Fifth: November 5-Tech 28, Howe 27: and Novemher S-Tech 26. Vvashington 20. Boys forming the squad are Ralph Boyer, Edward Vxfilliams, Vvilliam Kennedy, Richard Lowish, Donald 92 COACHES: Bottom row tlelt to rightl: R. V. Copple. athletic director: Howard Longshore, assistant loothall and haskethall: Dale Sare, cheer leader sponsor and assistant track: and Orlo 1X"1il1er, tennis and swimming, Second row: Alvin Shumm, assistant haskethall: Roscoe Pierson. as- sistant 1-oothall: Vvayne Rhodes, assistant loothall and hasehall: R. D. Behlmer, head ol Physical Education and Health department and track field coach: and Paul lxlyers. head track coach. Top row: Paul Vvetzel, assistant toolhall and hasketluall: Charles Gilbert. assistant haskethall: Charles Dagwell, head haselnall and assistant loothall: Robert Ball, head loothallz and Bayne Freeman, head lzvaskethall. Se11mar,A1lrec1 Samper, Chris Sarkine,Ro1Jert Rorneiser, Wayne Trapp, John Potter, Frank Stratford, Frank lxlitchell, Gerald Burrows, Lawrence Adams, Seth Bur- gess, Karl Farnsworth, Edgar 1N'1oyer, 1N'1ark Howard, and Harold Curson. GH1s'Plau Dau THE ANNUAL Gir1s'P1ay Day was held, lxlon- day, lxlay 19, the activities taking place in the stadium and in the girls, gymnasium. lnclucled in the numerous sports on the athletic field were relays, soccer-kick, 50-yard dash, 75-yard dash, lyasketlnall throws, 1Jase1Ja11, archery, jumping, cage hall, and volley 1Ja11. ln the girls' gym, ping-pong, shuliltle- hoard, and aerial dart tournaments were held. 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Prepare yourself to do some one thing well-something that will luring positive and def- inite results. Personal ohligations demand that every one of you lieeps physically strong hy healthful living. Develop hoth your minds and your loodies in order to cope most efficiently with the sacrifices that seem just ahead. You need to understand your government, to lcnow its under- lying principles, to recognize that the privileges it offers cannot he duplicated hy any other form ol: government. By considering these essentials you can learn to he good citizens here on the campus, and hence in your community. With the proper development of these three qualities, a good character is sure to follow for Honly what you have wrought into your character during life can you talce away with you." To you, the student body, then, l would say: focus your attention on those worthwhile factors which contribute most to your all-round development as an individual. 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All of us can work toward tile goal which for dec- ades our forefathers have been striving to attain, anci timus we can serve our ciemocracy the better by accepting these oppor- tunities of learning that are within our reach. 9 -J' - -2- 1-fx . ' Be Self-Supporting - - - x X A L 3 is E: ,2 4, .3 e mm X' 'ie Q9 I0 Budget-maliers Learning Economy lX'IE1CIlifliStS. Becoming in Tool ixlaliing Boys and Girls iwlastering the Art of Cooking Agriculiurisis Learning Soil Conservation Youth, Un the Roacl to Success i.'e Promote Health and Safety - - Efficient Safety Boys Patroling Crossings Health Being preserved Tluougli Knowledge Corrective Exercises Building Stronger YOUll'l Muscles Developed lor Nlore Effective Living Stuclent Nurses Practicing Future Careers were , N5 A ,, .eg . W! ,. ll 1- 0 , 0 , Ilul hnvelnment - - - l 1. Blue-Print 0perat01's 2. Future Commentators of Xworlct Nexvs 3. Senior Student Council Learning Self-Government -1. Convincing Public Speakers 5. Democracy in the Nlaking in a Government Class In Defend Uul Cnun Experiments for Chemists in tlie lwlaliing Brains Plus Brawn for R. O. T. C. Bays Geeel Will Created Toward Sentli Amer-iea Airplane Craftsmen in Grennel lvlechanics Mathematicians Needed in Every Branch of Government uz1rtHull - - - The air hung heavy: the leaclen heavens Pressed earthward. But Stuart Hall stood,-:new and tau Like a triumphant cavalier. I The tower, his lance That pierced the turbid sky. Students filed to their respective seats: Qfficials stoocl or sat In somher dignity,-1 Reacly to tau: of Qpportunity, And Stuart Hall,-I ,-And Citizenship-and School-I Vvith new eyes, eyes filled with promise, I4 Tech Youth saw heyoncl the spealcefs stancl To the finished structure hehind. Mvsterdzlu Stuart Hall,-clean and young,-1 So much like Youth itself.-I Stood there-almost smiling,- Vvaiting,-4 Waiting for young feet To Cross the threshold, To the Corridors with sounds Already familiar to the Wlain. To the Arsenal, to the Shops. Nlarlcing the heginning of the ettort Our Youth will put forth To make themselves Vvorthy of its tineness.-4 Thus, Stuart Halt was dedicated. mga ' unrt Hall - - - 16 Tile newness has worn oft,-1 But only tile material newness The thought behind its Building is growing Ever stronger, Ever more beautiful. All in the dayls stride, now The Students' leer Pound the long halls And light corridors. ilodau Boi iho wisdom ood Philosophy upon whioh Ii was founded Have mollowoot Wiih iiiiio And will-with moio. Now, more than before, This symlooi of learning-for Is essential, Essential to young futures: icleais Important for young ttlinicing. Stuart Hail-its spirit, now And ever-marches upwarcii ' 4: Fiucu DUCT-QRS, lawyers, merchants, chiefs, but-tiiose wiio maize us observe, enjoy, and create, who inspire us to have a iceener appreciation of iife. to finci a greater joy in our work. reaiiy to iive,-fare our teachers-time facuity. EXECUTIVE STAFF Left to rigiilz C. L. ixicclinlorii. vice-principal: Horace E. Buggy. vice-principal: ixirs. Lillian S, Har- rison. secretary: Hanson H. Anderson, principal: Freci R. Gorman, vice-principal: Gedrucie Timemier, ciean of girls: Eciwarci E. Greene. vice-principal: Ciiaries E. Testers, vice-principal. R.O.T.C. STAFF Left lo rigid: Sergeant Chester A. Pruetl, tefimicai sergeant: Sergeant Ernesl Stringfieici. Private Vernon TEUIICIL MUSIC DEPARTMENT Bottom row, Ie-It In riglri: 5Irs. Elizaluetlr Cochran. Iieucl ol clepart- IIIQDIQ R8y'lllUllLl OSICT. CTITEIIIPS CTYPI- Imolt. Xvilliam F. Blonn. Rosaline Petrovir li, zu fompanisi. Se-concl row: Alonzo Eirlson. Frerl- eric A. Barker, Louise Swan, .Iolm NI. VVhne. Top FUNYI Russell PGXIOH. RI1'lI- arfl Odorr. HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION Bolloni row, II-In lo rigliiz ffrlo NIillcr, Heli-n Calfyn. Nlrs. .In-anne Bose, Nlrs. Ilolc-n B. Borlrf-ri, Rowena L. Harrison, nurse. Secnml row: lxlnlnlee AI: I Iugli. Hazel Alwlwcll. Nvayne E. Rlmcles. Pauline Dully, nurse: Re-ulwn D. Belrlmf-r, llvuml ol clupnrlnivnlg Paul Ij. Flyers. 1 op YUVVI L l'IHl'lCF l,. ITEIQNK ell, Rolueri Ball, Bayfll' l:l'l'f'lllill1. HOME ECONOMICS DEPARTMENT Bollom row, Ieli I0 riglllr Leona Nliller. Pearl Aplancl. Frir-rla Ann Bach. Elf-anor Ameni, Mrs. Louise Vvells, Ixlrs. Hazel Kun-Ienmviefr, Semncl row: Ixlrs. Gladys Lew- sacler. Irene Scliaal. Hilcla Krell. Franres Busclrmann. Top row: Julia Ann Vvilliams, Emily Ivlccullougll, Nlrs. Geralcline Moonnan, Iieacl of department: Helen Ivlurray. Elizalneili Lamson. I9 N-as COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT Bottom row, left to right: Edith B. Finch. Frances Potter, Ruth Boyer, Elsie Heavilin, Mrs. Edith Berry, Ivlargaret Peterson, Evelyn Truedson. Second row: Arete Covey. Lucile Hulnlns, iVIona Woodward, Nettie Gilmore. Vvini- fred Brill, Lois Sinlc. Third row: Cv. C. Harger, Hattie Krueger, Florence Day, Frances Kinsley. iVIrs. AI- berta Johnson, Mrs. Clara Louise Cvorsline, Vvinilred Vvaters. Top row: F. H. Gillespie, head of depart- ment: David Burgess, R. C. lvlathews. Homer Smith, Cvlen Bailey. Vvemer ixIon- ninger, Donald B. Shaw, Owen Johnson. MODERN LANGUAGES Bottom row, Ieit to right: A. F. Lagemann, Johanna Nlueller, Esther Aldridge. Charles C. lvlartin. head ot department. Top row: Ruth Stone. Edith Allen, Edith Baker. PHYSICS AND PHYSIOGRAPHY Bottom row, left to right: Raymond Homa- day. lVIrs. Viva D. Nlartin, .Iames Rose. Second row: I5'Irs. R. Anne Kessel, Cyrus Lancaster, Louis D. Allen. Top row: Burton Ixlalott, Charles Brosey. head oi department: Paul Xvetzel. Ersie IXIartin, MATHEMATICS DEPARTMENT Bottom row, lelt to right: J. V. Shannon, Rolnert Belding, Xvalter F. Reagan, J. Ket- tery. head of department: Sara C. Ewing, Vvilliani Herhst. Louise Sturdevant. Second row: H. C. 5Iill1olland, Ethel Houser. A. PI. xXl6lCllOHS. XV. R. Kriclien- herger. Emest .I. Black. Charles Gilbert. Elva Antrim, R. V. Copple. Top row: C. E. Truelnlood. Dale XY. Sare. Dorothy Carey. Edith Silver, Geraldine Kindig, Cora Tretz, Mildred Corrie. 20 SOCIAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT Bottom row, left to riglmt: lvlerrill Wilson. lxlrs. 5'Iartl1a Turpin. lylrs. Anna IVlay Glas- coclc. Katlwerine Boolc, Olive Becliington. Hazel Howe, lxlrs. Dorotlly Lyon. Newell Hall. Seconcl row: Helen Elliott. Ellen Louise Stoy. Alta Vvelcli, Irma Bacliman, O. S. Fliclc. laeacl ol clepartment: Eva Green, lvlrs. Eclna Gullett. lxflary Elizalaetlt lxloore. .losepltine Gral. James Butler. Top row: Joseplx Jones, Howarcl Long- sliore, Ross C. Lyons, Frecl Reeder. Ralplt O. lvlinniclc, J. Fred lvlurpliy, S. B. Essig. Hulmcrt Brown, Anne Ratterman. CHEMISTRY, ZOOLOGY, AND AGRICULTURE Bottom row, lelt to riglwt: Artliur C. Holl- man, lie-ad ol clepnrtment: George F. Ostlxei- mer. E. V. Rutlierlorcl, Kate Kem. Houston lxleyer. Top row: H. E. Clienowetll. .lol'xn P. Lalxr. Vvilliam Jolwnson, Lester Bolander. Sylvester INIDQI-e. BOTANY DEPARTMENT Bottom row. lelt to riglit: Louise lxloornmn lxlrs. Cliarlotte Grant. Zillalt Carringer, Top row: Scott lxlccoy, .lolm Ke-nclrifli. Kennetli Barr, Clare F. Cox, l1eatl ol clepart- ment. ENGLISH DEPARTMENT Bottom row. lelt to riglit: lxlary Dailey. Evelyn Kletzing. Rutl1 Bozell, lxlary Louise lVlann, assistant lilsrarian: lxlalael Goclclarcl. lleacl ol department: Olive Brown, Jane Strain. lxlrs. Ethel lvlclntosll. Zila Rolmlnins. Halcyon lxlendenliall, Lucy Ann Balch, Bjorn Winger. Second row: ltlargaret Vvaters. Gertrude lnsley. Estluer Fay Sliover. Ixlargaret Remy. lxlrs. Ressie Fix, Clara Ryan. lxlrs, Grace Smitli, Clarissa lxlorrow. Tlwircl row: Alice Brown, Olive Traylor. Lyle Harter. lilnrarian: Grace Bryan. Leunice Home. Helen Ticlienor, lrene lVlcLean, lxlrs. xlfacliel Scllumaclmr, Vance Gamer, Florence ones. Top row: Dwiglit Parlc. lxlrs. Eva Lycan. Hortense Braden, Grace Barnett. lVIrs. Jeanne Eastland. Lillian lvlartin, lxflargaret Bumsicle. Helen Tliornton, Gladys Eade. Ella Sengenlzrerger. 2ll ELECTRIC SHOP Bottom row. left to riglit: Lyman Patterson, XV. A. Rusll, A. Van Arendonlr, H. Floyd Fye, Earl D. Terry. Second row: Jules G. Zinter, Gar- old E, Branilvlett, Raymond R. Stew- art, H. C. Rolneris. Top row: Roluert Aulole, in cliarge ul Radio Education Activities: Her- lnert Kessel, general co-ordinator. AUTO SHOP Bottom row, lc-It to riglit: Donald Paitterson. N. XY. Slattery, Iiead ol Il:-parllllf-nt: Edward P. lxlaclinger. losepli S. Ixlaclden. Swjoml row: Robert Ollutt. Paul Gessler, assistant: .Iolxn Haxton. Iiarl Combs. BUILDING CRAFTS Boltmn row. lelt to riglitz Le-xxis Iiwing. ,Iarolw Iones. TIPEICI ol depart- mvnt: George 0-Day assistant: .-X. IX-rtlv. Ss-roncl row: Xvilliam H. I..ampPrt. Rolwrt Forsluncl. R. Tliiel. 'Tliircl row: Dale F. Grilllhin. Xvil- liznn xx. Snnlord. METAL TRADES Bottom row, lelt to riglit: .I. Ecl- wzml Downey, F. XV. Atlierton, Norman Brinker, IXI. .I. lXIcGuirIr, Russvll H. Sands, Edwin Baker. Si-foncl row: Carl Combs, Ve-rl XYliitstine. Raymond Lueclier, Har- old QX. Flavos. lie-ad ol' department: ,Iarlfc fXIcFnrren. assistant. Top row: Xvilliam Jolmston. Fred I.. NYilsnn. XV. R. Erlcly. Edward S. TIONYP. 22 GRAPHIC ARTS Bottom row. ieit to rigiit: Raipix E. Ciarii. Friecia Liiiis, Freciericic Poi- iey, iweaci oi ciepartment: Ciiaries Cviore, Haroici Stewart. Top row: Eiiiott Frencii, George R. Barrett, iieaci oi Print Sirop: Fioyci Biiiington, Ciycie Armei. Vvoociwarci 1LxUiJiC, FINE ARTS DEPARTMENT Bottom row, ieit to rigimtz ixirs. Irene Beard, Sara Bard, Ione Hirscii. Se-conci row: Tixeima Aciams. Eiiz- aivetii Jasper, Ciieisea Stewart. Top row: Oaiiiey Riciiey, Roiuert C. Craig, ixeaci oi department: Eri- mund Sciiiidicneciit, Joim F. Simp- on. LATIN DEPARTMENT Bottom row, ieit to rigiitz Frances Longsiiore, Ni. C. Twineimm, iteati ui ciepartment: Grace Emery. Top row: Ixiae Cviocicner, ixiaimeiie Sprague. DRAFTING DEPARTMENT Bottom row, ieit to rigittz Herman Denzier. Eari VV. Ensinger. Nor- man Sciwneicier, V. C. Dougiwrty. ixeaci oi department. Second row: Aivin Siiumm, H. Haroid Waiter, C. A. Roseii. Her- iJert D. Trauim. Top row: Freoi Henice. Roscoe Pierson. 23 I Q- vnu ' I' ,ki iw fd H ' l w I A S 'Q rl N J fl JUL f-U.: . gg' ' .NY ,' 1 1 I I I AND OTHERS Bottom row, left to riglmtz H. F. lxiarlcus, lieacl of Electrical depart- ment: Anna Kellum, Home Econom- ics: Annalee xveblu, Social Science: lxiarie Sullivan, Commercial. Top row: Valentine Vvilliams, Englislw: A. C. Buren. Auto Shop: xlargaret Axtell. English: and Clmarles R. Parlcs, Englislri. ASSI STANTS Bottom row, lelt to riglit: lxlary Lou Scott. Vvilma Barrow, Gertrude Essig. Betty Peoples, Jeannette To- lwey. Top row: .lolin Blinatel, Don Xvin- tin, Paul Bluegge, Richard Rocli. Franlc ixlivic, OFFICE STAFF Bottom row. left to riglitz Blrs. lxlilclrecl Sliinner. lxlrs. lxlarie Grislue am, Fliriam Howe, Elsie Gray, lxlrs. Iqlllll Stllilll. Blrs. Geralcline Gau- lcer. Mrs. Leona Scomp. Seroml row: Agnes Kelscli. Flar- garet Scluniclt. Rita Stingle, Evelyn Fislier. Flrs. lxlalnel G. Barcl. Nlrs. Lois Nici-ierson. WIQOP TOXVZ Pillll I-IlIE'l3Fl6l'. Illafry .-Xsmus. Dorotlmy Crouclm, Nellie Ela- erliarclt, Xvilliam Flurray, Herbert Kessel. general coeorclinatorz Ann Tllatcller. 0 U0 'S Q0 . v -, , ff-I X . 'x,n':'Q 'I 5 . bf QQ f 1- feogs, . 9 , X 7' . AL. M 7 f 7 ,X '1 l 1 V l . , ,agf 1' 4, N t 3. J ,i-ii, ' 'u . ' nl II ass A, ef. 515 gy WA. ,,.'5:, 'n Qif .as 'ik ,F . ., W L 529' I, ' , yn xffd N 5 1 r iii hw! pf fl ip. 5-'P K? IUQ :RT , fi QP, if I , 1 -fi? ' '4 1 rr v vt! 1 e . . TH lr ,., K If A, r , Z ", "1 ig .., I.. '-., ... ,if ,W H . f '11, JI' J' 1 . 1. 4 W -4 Q,-. Q. .,.'1,. -w ,L 11 ,L if 1 I 'x z", f. i .L ..'.s 1- 'YL 'a iff A. 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Commander: HARRY BURKART Lieutenant Commander: MARGARET BYRAM Caplains: PATRICIA BRANSON JANE CHANEY RUTH ANNE GORMAN XVIII IAM KITCH HOUSTON MEYER JOSEPHINE SCHLENCK XVINIFRED UEBELHACK JOE ADKINS CHARLES FISHER BARCLAY JOHNSON ALBERT AJAMIE BETIY ERB HELEN JONES ROBERT AKERS VIRGINIA LEE GRABBE RICHARD JOXVITT REX ALLSPAVV RAPHAEL GALERMAN NORMA JEAN KAISER ROBERT BAILEY RALPH GASTON GERALD KASTING CHESTER BEHRMAN SIDNEY GINGER XVILLIAM KENNEDY JOAN BEHRMAN JOHN GRIPE ANNA BLAY LEUTHOLD NEAL BENSON MARY LOUISE GULLION HAZEL LIPSCOMB VIRGINIA BEST DAVID HAMMER BETTY JO LOEHR KATHERINE BRUCK JAMES HAVECOTTE RICHARD LOVVISH EDGAR CARPENTER KATHERINE HAVENS SYLVESTER LUX ALTHA JEAN CASLER SYLVAN HENDRIX LUCILLE MADINGER LYNDELL MAE COLLINS PATRICIA HENSHAVV KATHERINE MAPLE KATHLEEN COX FRED HENKE ROBERT MAZUR VICTOR CREVVS MARJORIE HOGLE DORIS MCCORD HELEN DAUGHERTY KATHERINE HOPKINS RUSSELL MCMANNIS JEAN DAVENPORT VELMA HUCK JOAN MELLE MARILYN DEMAREE. MARGIE ANN HUKRIEDE ROBERT METCALF RAYMOND FISCUS JAMES JACKSON JAMES MILES PAUL MILLER EUGENE MONCE GEORGE MORRIS HARRY MUNN MARTHA MURPHY PAUL NEVIL ROBERT NORVVOOD VVILLIAM ORBAUGH JACK PATTERSON MARIAN PARKS BARBARA JEAN PEACOCK MARY PIPER JO ANN POLAND EDVVARD POTTS ROBERT PRUETT STEPHEN ROBBINS RICHARD ROESINGER VIRGINIA RUSH DOROTHY SALZMAN GILBERT SCHAEFER BARBARA JANE SCHAEITFER FRANCES SCOTT NELLIE SCOTT MARY KATHERINE SHARP MARY ELLEN SHIRLEY NED SMITH .JACK SMITH AGNUS SPEARING EVELYN STEFFAN FRANK TAYLOR BETTY FRANCES THOME JUNE TRYON ALMA TVVINEHAM GEORGE XVALDEN DOROTHY XVARD FRANKLIN VVOLFE '25 Senior 'us Ilfticer' M1941 In mam: KATHERINE BRUOC rm-Pu .farm ROLL ROOM 192 Roi? Room RALPH GASTON ROLL! ROOM 175 , ! ' 31. SHIRLEY lv, .Wm ROLL ROOM 177 1'...,.4.fu nf. 1-,..,4.Hr ROLL ROOM 5 26 1 4: REX ALLSPAW PATRICIA BRANSON 'hmmm- N.-fvmru HAROLD DOOLEY LOIS JEAN FERGUSON rmmrn sm.-:vu SIDNEY GINGER r.f.1.1wr Mmnrru Q..-N In 1',.,..m.f I u 11 .W-mfr IOAN Ms . .,,. ,W LLE w..,1f-mf ,II Im, Q,,,,,,.,,, WALLACE DUNN MISS FRANCES KINSLIV x.r4-fw.:-n1- mm w I 11- N.fg.m1z.-: mn. N. JAMES Im. V.,-..,.f MISS ALTA WELCH JAMES Roucu MARY PIPER ,ACK 1 SMH-H l'rrnnYNII I Icp-l'rMH1rrll Tr.-nnunr ROLL ROOM 7 ROBERT YAGER PATRICIA WINTIN JULES ZINTER l'f""'-"1 I..-. 1'f.,IfwI1 fn.,-uf., ROLL ROOM 6 Senior 'lass I 941 BARBARA jANE SCHAEFFER xfmlmv BETTY THOME ww. nw PAUL SMITH Mfp.m.f...f, vm. FII,-XNK M TAYLOR N,m.m.1nI 1 MISS MARGARET AXTELL af.,nM MRS ALBERTAK JOHNSON N, .T . I MM' fl f , A I"g'-al: ' , -Q ' I- I L - If . MITS CORA TREVZ neun, HARRIETT ABBOTT LOREN ACKMANN JANE ADAIR OTTO ADDISON JOE T, ADKINS IOHN ADRIAN' JOHN B, AGAL DALE AIKINS ALBERT AJAMIE , VIRGINIA ALDERSON EDWARD R ALEXANDER JOSEPH ALLANSON IARED ALLEN JEAN ALLINDER RAI-PH ALLISON ,I -f I . ,iw ,, 4 f PATRICIA AMETER ARNOLD R ANDERSON 27 N www s ANDERSON FRANCIS C ANDERSON JOHN ANSLLY ELAINE ANTHONY EMERY ANTHONY MARY JUNE APPLEGATE MAWAN ARBUCK'-5 CMHERM ARCHER NORRIS ARCHER DORCAS ARNDT MAXINE ARNOLD MARIETTA ARTHUR MARILYNN Asaunv ROBERT CR AUBLE ,U HARRY AXE DOROTHEA BACK LUCH-LE BAN-fy DONALD N BAILEY JACK K BAILEY V OLIVER BAILEY ROBERT HAILH DOROTHY BAKER . -A LORETTA BAKER V MARY JANE BALDWIN JOHN w BALL CHARLES BANKS GEORGIA BANKS ROBERT EARE BETTY LOU BARKER MARY DEE BARNES CHARLOTTE BARNETT WAYNE HARNETT ELTZABETH BARNGROVER DONALD BARON GERALDINE BART'-EIT MARY VIRGINIA HASORE MAMIE BATYISTA ORA M BAXTER ROBERT BEACH ANNABELLE BEASLEY gf A A 4- ,f. MARGUERITE BEAUMONT ALBERTA sscx BETTY sack FRANK neck JOSEPHINE BECK ROBERT aecxen WRGINLA amcsn XL ' EU 28 CHESTER BEHRMAN JOAN BEHRMANN RAYMOND D. BEHRMANN MELVIS SELFORD WH-MA I. HELL , 'xi ,, GEORGE BENDER VIRGINIA BENHAM BEIZNEICE BENNETT JEAN BENNISON NEAL BENSON BEULAH BIECH NORVAL BIGGS ARTHUR L. BILLMAN WILLIAM H BINDER JACK W BISHOP in Nxfx, 3 I V! x K 4 I I il r - . . gDwARD BLACKBURN MARGARIEWE BLACKWELL MARTHA BLEDSOE amv ELEANOR mums LORRAINE BOARDMAN LEE BOHALL CAROL L. BOHNE JOHN BOHNE KATHRYN BOHR KENNETH BOND ALIEEN QOTTOM ALICE BOWMAN CONSTANCF. BOYCE WILLIAM BOYD EDWARD BOYERS BETTY JANE BRANDT WILLIAM BRANNON VIRGINIA BRANSON DOROTHY BREEDEN MARZEE HREEDEN WILMA BELTON DORCAS BENDER .-. -px I I I e DONALD EIEPLAV VIRGINIA BEST LAWRANCE HITTNER ISAHELLE M BLACK 'Q 4. , MARGARET BOEHM EDWAFID 595:95 MARY ANNA BOOK GLENN BOOYEW ROLAN BRADLEY ,QI-IN L QPAND CARL QRESKO HAROLD HRIDEWELL 29 JACK ERIDGEWATER PAUL BRINKER ELQZABETH A BROWN EVA MAE BROWN , , VIOLET BUNCH " T. Fifiif. NORMA BURLESON RAYMOND BURNS MARGARET HYRAM JUNE CADY MARGARET CASEY 1 30 ERNEST BROCK Ann-lun BROOKS swan snooxs BERNARD auowu serrv Run-4 mzowu JEAN BRUGH HARRY BRYAN , , THELMA M. BUCY CHARLES EUERGELWN FERN A, EURK HARRY BURKHART RICHARD BURKLEY GERALD BURROWS GERALDINE BUSARD JESSE BUTTS , ...- ,.-.., BERNADtNE BYNUM PAUL F, CAIN MARGARET CALLAHAN ROSAUND CAMPBELL WALTER CAMPBELL EUGENE CAMPLIN MARY-JO CARROLL WALTER CARTER HAROLD CASEY VIVIAN CASTETTER MERYLYN CASTLE is CATTERLIN ERMINIO P. CAVALLARO JOHN CHISHOLM IX X w MIRIAM CLAYTON PHYLLIS COLLINS SYLVIA COOK DOROTHY COX ROBERT CECIL LILLIAN G-IRISTIAN RUBY JANE CLAYTON JANE COCHRAN VIOLET CONDON HOWARD S. COOPER KATHLEEN COX JEAN CHALIEOUR THOMAS CHANCE , Y . ,. - I LULA CHIRPAS - . A CONSTANCE CLAIR JOHN B. CLARK MARCELLA CLARK DOROTHY CLARY JAMES M, CLIFTON , CALVIN COATES BETTY COCHRAN HELEN COFFEY FRANKLIN COFFIN DUDLEY COLE GLEN COLLINS LYNDELL MAE COLLINS IE' JOSEPH CONERTY V ALLAN CONNAN KATHERINE ' V REEA CONNERT MILDRED CONWAY JOE J. COREY JACK L. CORY HERBERT COVAL JUANITA COWGER CHARLES Cox ,. E' LUCILLE COX VIRGINIA COX ROY CRAFT LOIS CRAGO LA VERNE CRAIG 31 I Q- vnu ' I' ,ki iw fd H ' l w I A S 'Q rl N J fl JUL f-U.: . gg' ' .NY ,' 1 1 I I I VIRGINIA CRAIN IEAN DAVENPORT DON DECK EMMETT DEPOv ERE DODGE BA-REARA DOWN WALTER DUNCAN 32 RALPH CRENSHAW ROBERT DAVIDSON MARY DEEB NELSON DESCHLER JUNE DOLE N GEORGE DRAKE gsm -. ,j,, I. ., 'Z ' WILMA DUNCAN , sum' 12. CUMMINGS DANIEL CUMMINGS GEORGE DALE I CHARLES R DAVIS PAUL E DAVIS ROBERT F. DAVIS MARIORIE DEITCH MARILYN DEMAREE VERA DEMAREE crazsren os wsese RAUH L, DICK oonomv onuev MARGUERITE DOLL MARJORIE DOLL DOROTHY DONAHUE n REGINA DRAKE CHARLES DRYER DOROTHY DUGAN rnsomc DUNKMAN MARTHA JENE DUNLAP BARBARA DURHAM RITA MAE DALE HELEN MAE DAY CECIL DENISON SHIRLEY DILLON ROBERT DOR AN KENNETH DUGAN HAROLD DURHAM HELEN DAUGHERTY WILLIAM A. DEAN V EDNA MAE DENWOOD GEORGE W. DODD MARY DOTSON RICHARD DUNCAN EDWARD ousms JOHN DYE CHRISTENA EDMUNDSON MARY HELEN EICKMAN WILBUR ENT BETTY ERB MARY EAHIQENKAMP ROBERT EAHRENKAMP VESRETA FERGUSON EMILY FIELDS MAIN 1,-,NE HSHER WILLIAM FISHER FLORENCE FOLOP , I ARCHIE DYKES DAVID EADS ARTHUR EASTERDAY MARTA EBBELER I A 2 L f I- ' NJ MARTHA ELLIOTT BETTY ELLIS HAROLD EMRICK DONALD ENGLE BEVERLY EVANS up. Q , A BETTY FAHRLANOER LEROY FARGO JOSEPH FARRELL TUNE FAZLI ' f If . 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So as the days passed and Christmas grew closer, she practiced acting as a little girl with parents might act. Some people might not know there is a difference, lout Camilla lcnew. A little girl with parents laughed and played more than an orphan. And more important, they love more. Parents helong to a person. That is the very nicest thing about them, Camilla thought. She lcnew the very sort ol parents she wanted. The man and woman who had adopted her special friend, Rosemary, were the shining examples of what par- ents should he. The man had a low, laughing voice which made Camilla feel very glad that he was to he Rosemary's father. His wife was young and had hrown hair and hlue eyes, and she had kissed Rosemary just as Camilla thought a real mother would have done. It was Rosemary's adoption that had planted the seed in Camil- la's heart, and day hy day her desire for a mother and father had grown until it was all she really wanted. December passed slowly, and finally it was Christmas weelc-hut still no parents for Camilla. Many of the children were adopted, hut no one seemed to notice the pleading hrown eyes and the shining red head of Camilla. N0 one seemed .to want a little girl eight years old. Christmas eve cameg and the children of the or- phanage stood in front of the tree in the hall and sang Christmas carols. And Camilla sang louder than all the rest. But no visitors wanted Camilla for their own, and when hedtime came she went to hed with a prayer on her lips for parents. On Christmas afternoon, the long awaited party tool: place. The tree was so tall it touched the ceiling, the lights were hright, and many childish exclamations paid trihute to the brilliant scene. One hy one, the children spolce to Santa and told him what they most wanted for Christmas. Santa, in answer to their wishes, gave out many dolls, halls, and toy trains. Finally it was Camillals turn and without hesitation she spolce her wish. ln a clear, determined voice she said, ul want a mother and a father for my very own. l want a mother and father that I can lceep forever M M I: fl and ever. And please, Santa Claus, could they he like Rosemary,s?" A hush went over the room. Santais heaming countenance was suddenly not heaming at all hut puz- zled. in his hag, there were many dolls and trains and toy hiocks, hut there were no parents. For several min- utes everyone stared at Camilla, and Camilla stared at Santa Claus. In the hack of the room, a tail man with laughing eyes spoke softly to his young wife. uShe,s older than the child we wanted, hut it's Christmas-and-,U he added with a grin, Hher hair's as red as your own. How ahout it, Anne? Anne nodded quickly as if the same thought had heen in her own mind. Hand in hand, they made their way to the front of the room where Santa still stood, look- ing perplexediy at Camilla. Anne held out her hand to Camilla, while her hushand spoke to Santa in a voice loud enough for Camilla to hear every word. "Santa, is this the little girl you said you would give us for Christmas? Santa nodded muteiy, stiil too surprised to speak, and a radiant Camilla walked hand in hand with Anne to the hack of the room where she watched the rest of the party, happy in the knowledge that she had a mother and a father of her own. Later, when evening came and John and Anne had completed the arrangements to adopt Camilla, they went out the door into a worid that was all snowy and lovely. And as Camilla smiled at her parents. the moon seemed to smile at the stars, and as the stars smiled hack they seemed to say, uNow every day will he as happy as Christmas for Camiiiaf' A Bridge BY RICHARD Jownr AS NEW as tomorrow the mighty San Francisco hridge leaps across The Golden Gate. It is the world's masterpiece in steel, heing the longest bridge of its kind in the world. its huge girders defy the surging waters heiow it. its high steel rihs extend into the sky taking hoth hurricane and earthquake as a matter of course. Each day thousands of cars, trucks, and street cars whiz across its three tiers of highways. As seen on the horizon of this great city, it looms against the sky like something inevita- 56 hie. Compared to its massive joists, man seems minute, trivial, and insignihcantg hut this epic in steel is man- made. In creating this structure, man came as near to God as he could. Che Book Worm BY MARY E. BRADWAY I SELDOM see my hrother, Keith, when he isn,t stretched out on our davenport, reading. He reads almost constantly and during that time is ohiivious to every- thing going on around him. The ringing of the telephone and knocks on the door are pieas made to deaf ears when Keith is living the adventures of Usa Johnson in wild African jungles. If I can draw his attention from hehind the covers of his precious hook I see a tousied-haired hoy with twinkling hrown eyes and a peaches-and-cream complexion that makes him resemhie a teen-age girl with a hoyish haircut. Contrary to his giriish appearance he possesses a decidedly masculine personality. when he isn't reading, he plays foothali in the side yard with neighhor hoys and takes an active part in several other sports iike tennis, golf, and hasehaii. He understands mechanical devices and is genuinely interested in the operation of automo- hiies, hoats, and airplanes. In fact, I think he intends to study for an engineering career. Heil prohahly he a suc- cess at anything he undertakes hecause he seems to know ahout everything in general. it's hecome a family siogan to Mask Keithu whenever one of us seeks information on any general suhject. He knows as much ahout the law of relativity as he does ahout the star players on the Cin- cinnati Red's hasehaii team. I Of course itls nice to have a hrother that you can truthfully say reads anything from HAce Comicsn to HVVehster's Dictionary," hut it,s very provoking at times to get absolutely no response from the literary fiend when youyve called him to dinner for the tenth time. Even after he's finished some magazine article, he remains ahsorhed in thinking ahout it for hours. Nlother interrupted his hook world one day and asked him to get a can of peaches from the fruit and vegetahle hin in our basement. Keith wandered slowly down and very innocently came hack carrying three potatoes. Then he grinned sheepishly as he always does when he discovers his ahsent-minded mistakes. No one in the family minds his carelessness, because we know that when Keith has a hook in hand he is completely indifferent to life about him. Give ai ljirt-nfl Uouny tjirl BY STANLEY ROSE Give a girl with a young girls heart a young girl's thoughts anti treasures, A chic new hat, a smart blue chess- in these young girls find pleasures. Give a girl with a passing tancy. a love of the latest attractions- Brown saciclle shoes. a reversihle coat to fill her longing lor fashions, Give a girl with a soher minci. a gentle, liinclly manner, A fireplace chair, a chamiing hook to inspire. to he her hanner. Give a girl with an ingenious mincl, a linacli how to meet ancl to chat. A tew suhtle ways, a charm all her oun to capture that goocl-loolcing trat. Give a girl with poetic grace. El love ot tllli' EBU' and XYEIFIII A hurning Canclle, a single rose to accentuate her charm. Give a girl with a love to ustep-out" a longing to always loolc trim. A warclrohe containing a lull set ol clothes to iceep her up in the "swim," Give a girl with a sincere smile. a simple loving plea. A halo ot violets hung loose in her hair- then give that girl to me Uul'Snol'tsmz1nsi1in BY ROBERT J. BRYANT IN OUR neighhorhooct the boys are the lnest ot sports. It we plan a foothall game and one ot the hoys has to ralce the leaves or wash the car, we all pitch in and help him so that he can play too. It one of the fellows malces a mistalce while playing football, we clo not get angry at him, we merely pat him on the hack ancl encourage him to do better next time. it we are losing the game, we use neither foul play nor foul language. it the crowd plans to go to the movies ancl one of the hoys hasnyt enough money, we each chip in ancl pay his way. when we play a practical jolce on one of the boys, he cloes not get angryg he talces it on the chin and laughs with the rest of us. ln these ways we show goocl sportsmanship to one another, ancl as a result, we have many enjoyable times together. if ,f , -1- tw l" li! s 3 i' L ef 5 J X a t 'X .zwm .5 " gf-'B fr Che tfleusures ot .Mu Garden BY NVILLARD D. HIATT I NEVER thought how much a garclen coulcl mean to me until l startecl talting Agriculture at school. The inspiration that l got as l xvorlxecl in the greenhouse ancl Tech garclen ancl listenecl to the instructions hy lxlr. H . . . macle me want a garclen ot my own so t could see the izloxvers ancl vegetahles start from seecls ancl clevelop into plants with lloxvers or fruits on them. That tirst inter- est has grown until now that l am a senior l not only have a plot ol my own, but l have time to help others with their yarcls. Part ot the lun oi the garclen is heing outeot-cloors where there is plenty ot iresh air ancl sunlight anal where lcan hear the singing lyircls as they lly from the grouncl to their nests in the trees. i sometimes teel as though l am in heaven all the while l am out there worlcing. As a safety cleyice for getting ricl ol my troulbles. there is nothing hetter than worlcing in the garclen where i can forget ahout everything and relax while l plant seecls. cultivate the soil, pull weecls. or watch the young plants. i litre garclening in all its seasons. ln the spring I get my grouncl reacly tor the seecl: in the summer t put in plants and pull weeclsg in the tall l harvest my vegetables ancl fruits. During the winter when the clays are clear, l work out-of-cloors spreacling fertilizer so that the soil will he rich lor my seecls ancl young plants next summer. During the sunnner I am never idle, not even for one clay. txly garclen, in aclclition to bringing me pleasure, lbrings me prollit, too. It is not very much, lout I generally maize my summer expenses or spencting money ancl. more- over, l have all the fresh vegetables while my garden is in its height ot production. 57 .fl Christmas .Mixture BY ARTHUR LEE BURNS Now txtortimer Throctcmorton was a sensihte man, hut when something titce this happened, his fury rose. He actuatty hoitedt But t shatt retate tVtortimer's sad ptight and you, dear reader, may judge the extent ot his troutntes tor yoursett. One morning a few days toetore Christmas as txtortimer was dressing for wortc, he tootced at his eaten- dar. Under the date he perceived a note which read: nBuy my Christmas present today!" Your wife He admitted to himsett that he had forgotten her present, hut ot att devices ot hinting, this was the most outrageous. She had come right out and atosotutety or- dered him to do his Yutetide shopping today. He thought tor a moment she had forgotten to mention her choice ot gitt, taut then he rememtoered that he had tcnown that tor weetqs, txtitting the protimtem over in his mind, he tumed in disgust and strode downstairs to his oatmeat. htortimer made an attempt to tett his spouse just where to get ott when she entered the dining room, taut her gtance troze him. He smited meetcty and otterect a "Good morning, dearf, txtrs. Throctcmorton, heing the tcind who astcs you a question, gives you the answer, and then tetts you that you're wrong, answered, "Hurry, txtor- timer, or you'tt he tate at the otticef' tshe atways said this at hreatttast, atthough txtortimer had not tneen tate in over twenty-three yearstt HAnd don't forget your over- shoes and umhretta. tt tootts titre rain." tshe atways said this, too. Just in case, dear reader, that you haven't guessed hy now-txtortimer was utienpectcedft At noon txtort ate a hurried Uhusiness man's tunchn and went shopping. He soon purchased Ataigaits gitt and tootc it to the wrapping counter. He gave his name as Throctimorton and tett the pactiage there to he wrapped and decorated. Strangety enough, directty on his heets came htrs. Throctxmorton to the counter with her present to tVtortimer. She, too, gave her name as Throctimorton and announced that she woutd return tater. That afternoon when she returned, the wrapping ctertc gave her Throctunortons parcet, neatty wrapped in green paper and tied with a hright red cettophane ritahon. Ataigait toot: the present home to hide in the attic ctoset untit the proper time. Later tvtortimer stippect into the garage with a rect- rihhoned green-papered toox under his arm. Unaware ot 58 danger he stepped into the darts doorway. A voice whis- pered in his ear, "0.K. Hand over the pactfage, Joe, and tceep quietf, tvtort was pushed aside as the thief dashed out and tied down the attey with tvtortimeris Christmas present. Crossing a vacant tot and ptoughing through the underhrush, he dropped toeside a heavy-set man crouched there. HDidja get it?" the man growted as he stood up. "Yeah, here ytisf' A shaded Hashtight toeam was thrown on tVtort's present. uLootcit, woutdja. .toe's got it wrapped up titte a Christmas gitt. No cop Woutd tinow whut's in it, that way, woutd dey? .toe's got a sense oi humor, att rightf, The other tnusied himsett with untying the parcet. He opened it and scowted. "t'teyt VVhata you puttin', a doutate-cross?" The thief answered pteactingty, Ht ainyt puttin' nuttini. txftaytae Joe, maytae heis a stootie, hossf' The tnoss shoot: the weaset-faced sneatc turiousty. "Are you sure dat was .toe dere hy dat garage?H "Well-I-I-I, n-no-O." "Uh-huh, t thought so. Listen, you go toacti and wait tor Joe. See? An, it you donit taring dat grand hactc here, you'tt cetetarate a nice hot Christmas. An, heref' he said, retying the pactcage. "you mightis wett tatte dis atong wit ya. You might wanta find Santa Ctaus an' give it taactc to himf' Laughing over his jotie, the hoss threw the tuox atter his accomptice. The tittte crootc humtoty pictced it up and hurried taactc to tVtort's hactc yard. By this time txtortimer had got his tegs under him and had gathered enough nerve to venture torth into the attey in search ot his attactcer. As he rounded the garage, he was dumped to the ground hy a turious onstaught in the stomach. "Oxy-w,U he howted, uwhy cton't you tooti where you're going?" Hts dat you, Joe?" tt was the weaset-faced assaitant taactc in search ot Joe. txtort recognized the voice and was so scared and exhausted he tainted dead away. The thief decided it was tyest to uscramu taetore this tettow awotie and catted the potice. He sped away and neartay. The water in the mud puddte in which twtorti- mer's face was tying soon revived him. Fumtyting around, he recovered his present that the thiet had dropped. He hid it in the garage and heave-d a sigh ot retiet. He had forgotten att ahout punishing the rotaher, tor he thought onty ot the gitt. Vvith heavy breathing and dripping tace, he went in to wash tor supper. Age vs. Mouth BY PEGGY ANNE STEIN Age shakes his head and moons for Youth: But Youth cares not, for with the sun on her hair And the hreeze in her rohe She sees heyond the clouds. Christmas eve roiied around and Niortimer, in pajamas and houserohe, was ready for hed. He had been waiting an hour for his wife to go to her room so that he might siip to the garage and get the present to place under the tree heiore going to hed himseii. Listening to caroiers on the street, his wife insisted on staying up past her usuai hed-time. Suddenly the caroiers' music was interrupted. The eerie sound of sirens waiied in the distance. "Oh, Mortimer, there must he a tire somewherei Cn Christmas eve, toot isnyt that just terrible?" Mortimer, engaged in deep mentai effort ahout his prohiem, answered dazediy, "Uh, oh yes, Ahigaii, yes, of course." Nirs. Throcitmorton trotted to the window and peered out in search of the tire engines. Disappointed, she turned her attention to the caroiers in the street. Then the sirens whined ciose around the corneri Ahigaii whiried excitediyi The ciang of the trucics siowed as the hig red vehicies roiied to a stop in front of the house. Shouts filled the airi Tin-heimeted men clad in stickers ran to- ward the rear of the house. ixfirs. Throcicmorton ran to a rear window! Hiviortimeri Mortimer! it's our garage! it's on iirei Oh, do something quick! Aunt Jessica's picture is in therei Cali the fire department." Niortimer was leaning against the mantei gazing at the ceiling. Ahigaiiis words suddenly stung him! Hvvhati The garage! Oh, good heavensin iViortimer's eyes huggedi Vvhen his feet answered his spinning hrain, he dashed from the house into the chiiiy air clad only in his pajamas and hathrohe. The firemen fthe hig hrutesj got in his way and impeded his dash to the hurning garage. Yeiiow and crimson iiames leaped from the garage roof iiice a thou- sand Christmas candies. The craciding of Fire sounded not uniiice the opening of a thousand Christmas pacif- ages. And to poor Mortimer the roaring garage seemed a thousand miles away. He was pushed and huiiied hy the entire fire department. He was so engaged with the thought of rescuing the Christmas present, that he didn't reaiize they were trying to prevent him from running into the inferno. He hroice ioose just heiore his wife, the only one who couid have held him hack, arrived on his heeis. She screamed franticaiiy, hut Niortimer iiew inside the hurning huiiding like a mother cat aiter her kittens in danger. tExcuse the corny simiie.j Luckily the section near the door was not yet aiiame, and he clawed under the juni: and piunder. The heat was territici ixfiortimer sweitered at his search. At iast he recovered his wifes present and stepped hack on a raice. its handle found a target hehind his ear. He groaned painfuiiy and, dripping with sweat, dragged himself to the door. By this time the firemen had rigged up their hose and were shooting streams of water on the contiagration. One of these gushers met ixiortimer at the door. He was held hetwveen tire and water for a iong second. Poor Nior- timer, thoroughly drowned, ciutched the dripping hath- rohe around him and staggered to his wife. For a moment he stood there gasping for hreath. He iooiced the part of a hero with grimy sweaty hrow and dirt soiled hands hoid- ing the water-soaked Christmas gift out to his wife. Then things started happeningi The package erupted! it foamed and huhhiedi Liice a miniature geyseri Niortimer shrieked and, tiinging his hands, tossed the foamy ohject up. His maritsmanship was zero, for it ianded on his hrow, and the white foam gushed over his iace. Frothing at the mouth he stared at his wiie with a rahid iooic in his eye. She yeiied, Hhiortimer, that's my present for you!" HYes, hut what the dence is it?" UA soap hit'-shaving soap, toothpaste, and huh- hie hath." UBuhhie hathiu iviort wiped his gift from his face. Hvveii, itls huhhied its iast huhhie now." uiviy present must he safe in the ciosetf, iVirs. Throchmorton remarked. 'Buhhie hathin Niortimer murmured disgustediy. He wondered what he would have said had he heen a profane man. Shivering with coid, he sat down on the doghouse and with the exception of occasional sneezes and sniiiiies. he growled. 'Buiohie hath! Hahiu Now as I said hefore, dear reader, Mortimer Throcitmorton was a sensihie man. He was kind and iov- ahie and an ideal, henpecited hushand, hut when this happened, he just couidn't hear it any ionger. Can you hiame him? 59 S. From days of heating drums And Curt commands, You have survived.- A nohle symbol of Tech youth,- An inspiration to character, Now, and in years to come. The Arsenal Tower. The picture in itself was In our minds-completion! Perfection. The Arsenal Tower stood for Tech. The Arsenal Tower UJCIS TCCI1. But slowly as the Tower ol? Stuart Hall Rose eagerly to the sky! Something else was realized, Equally symlnolic, lout new and young The Tower ol? Stuart Hall. Two towers,-one wise with Age, The other young and eager to serve,- Comloined to form a mutual lnondage That holds the rohust, the fragile, The secret, The acclaimed amhitions of Youth. The Towers of Tech. .QE X 6 79 Reminiscences BY JAMES JACKSON O'HARA, the park policeman, had noticed for some time an elderly man who visited the parlc daily to sun himself, enjoy the trees and grass, and feed the pigeons. And today was no exception. The old gentle- man had arrived precisely on time, ten o'clocli, and had seated himself on the customary hench hy the fountain. Today was also a typical early spring day, one on which a young man's fancies are likely to uturn to thoughts of love." 0'Hara sauntered over toward the old man's hench with a friendly uGood mornin, H in mind, hut an attractive nurse escorting a small lyoy caught his eye. His fancies were ahruptly turned, and he changed course to approach the young lady. Hlxlorninf ma'am. To he sure it is a line day today," he hegan. The nurse answered him, apparently quite inter- ested, and soon the two were ahsorhed in jolly conversa- tion. The little hoy, heing unable to understand fully what they were tallcing ahout, wandered ott to Hseelc acl- venture." Soon the child approached the old gentleman who was now surrounded with liuttering pigeons. "Come here, little hoy, and help me feed my triendsf, the man on the tnench called to him. The hoy answered the request quickly and soon was feeding the hirds himself. After all the grain was gone and there seemed to he nothing more exciting to do, the little looy looked up at the old man and asked, HDO you ltnow any stories? Hvvell ..., H the gentleman started. ncveorgia, thatts my nursef, the hoy interrupted, "tells me stories all the time, hut . . The old man glanced over to the fountain where the nurse and policeman were now engaged in laughter. HI see," he laughed. Hlxflayhe . . . I do lcnow a story. Let me thinlc .... Ch, yes, heres one you prohahly won't understand very well, hut it,s a good one." "Tell it, tell it,u the hoy insisted, eagerly scooting closer to the man. HVX7ell, it starts this wayf, the gentleman hegan. uit was a hright, sunny spring day, just like today, a long time ago. It was Sunday, and the hells of the little white church in the center ot town were announcing that morn- ing services were almost ready to laegin. HHarry, an eighteen-year-old farm hoy, was wallc- ing slowly toward the hells, hut it was spring, and some- thing inside him made him stroll along, talie his time, and gather in the heauty of his surroundings. His heart sltipped a heat when his eye caught sight of the tirst dat- todil hloom in lxfirs. Johnsons flower garden, and when a yellow huttertiy iluttered hy, his heart regained the missed heat. Harry was completely under the sweet rule ot spring. All he could thinlc alaout were the wonders of lxlother Nature ahout him and . . . Clarihelle. There was a sensation ot lightness in his wallc, and he could see nothing hut teathery white clouds drifting on the hreeze and Clarihelle .... And Clarihelle . . . Clarihelle. UTO Harry, Clarihelle was the most heautitul girl on earth with hair as golden as Mrs. Johnsons first datto- dil. Clarihelle. it had started two weelcs hefore on the hay-ride. Harry and Clarihelle, well, you see, uh . . Hxfvhat do you mean?" inquired the wide-eyed hoy. uAmlJling along his way," continued the old man, clearing his throat, "Harry now approached the little white church. He shook hands with Deacon Brown, greeted old Jonathan at the door, then went to his usual seat-the pew from the pulpit. "in a few minutes, the pastor entered. and, with the congregation standing, the choir tiled in. Harry's face lit up and hisheart pounded awkwardly when Clarihelle entered with the choir. She glanced sheepishly over Harry's way, and Harry could feel his ears begin to hurn. He stood there, hearing nothing, with his eyes glued on Clarihelle. Clarihelle . . . uThen the congregation sat down, and the min- ister hegan his routine duties, invocation. psalter reading, and scripture. All was silence when the preacher gave the morning prayer, hut Harry couldn't concentrate. He con- tinued to watch Clarihelle who, like all the others. had bowed her head in reverence. "Alter tlie prayer, tlie smiling pastor announced, LVVe liave a special solo number toclay. lVliss Claribelle Potts Will sing nDrinlc to Me Qnly witli Tliine Eyesuf Claribelle bluslied momentarily. l'larry's lieart leapecl, ancl liis temples pulsecl furiously. Claribelle . . . Clari- belle. 'Willie organist playecl tlie introcluction, ancl Clari- belle began to sing. Her liiglr notes were superlative. Completely overcome and overwlielmecl, Harry sat lielp- lessly in awe. To llim tllere was no one witliin twenty milesg Claribelle ancl be were alone on a clistant cloud. 'H-l'l1en tlie song was enclecl, and Claribelle re- turned to ber seat in tlie cl1oirlolt.But suclclenly, from tlne Fifth pew, came a rousing applause that snappecl tbe silence ol tbe room. It was Harry. He lnacl become so en- tlurallefl uncler tlie spell ol Claribelle tliat lie liacl to breali loose Witli sometliing. Pl-be applause was tlie result. Tlle preaclier peered over liis spectacles quite amazecl. Two olcl spinsters were busily engagecl in wliispers, ancl olrl .iona- tlian awolce from llis customary Sunday morning nap witli a start. Harry coulcl leel liimsell slirinlc to inlinitesi- mal smallness. His neclx fell liot uncler its starcliecl collar. ul'larry llearfl very little ol tlie sermon tliat fol- lowecl, for be was lost in embarrassment. l guess tlie town lollcs still tallc about tlie inciclent. uTliere's your story,H saicl tlie olcl gentleman. HDicl you lilce it?H "Oli, tliat was a goocl story," criecl tlie little boy. "Georgia never tolcl me one lilfe tl1at.U "No, l clon't suppose slie cliclf' tlie man cliuclilerl. "I'll come tomorrow. XVill you tell me anotlier story tllen? NVill you be lime?" aslietl tlle boy in excite- ment. "Yes, l'll be lic-re," laugliecl tlwe man. uvvliatls your name? questioned llie lacl as lie started to leave. Hlxlinels Bobbief' "My name?" tlie olcl gentleman saicl. "Glu, just call me l'larry,H lie answered witli a sigli. H 21 r cl If e m e n I BY GEORGE STERNS Beat by feet ol people passing, passing on to life or cleatlig Worn by Weatlrer ever wearing, wearing bits ol stone away, Seen by eyes tliat see no surlace, Toucliecl by soot tliat moves in silence, Solicl siclewallcs colclly eclxo, eclio rain ancl footsteps, ever. J if XF .ffx 2 .A Dusty Ruud BYR.L.OCHS Oli, tlie beauty ol a zlusly road Xxllien llie sun is low, Fleclcs ol color leaping up lnlo tlie sunliglifs glowl Trarlcs ol rrirlcets liurrying luomewarrl, Xvagons on llleir XYEIX. Oli, tlle beauty ol a rlusly roacl Ar llie close nl clayl l.iltlv winfls llial llrisli arountl me Fling llu- tlust up lowarcl llie sun-4 lxlalie even Llusl si-1'-in to llave beauty Xxvll6'I'l tlie clay is alone. Ike .Mclwigh .Menagerie BY SHIRLEY BIQYEIGH IF NVE still lmacl all tlie queer pets ancl animals welve llacl just cluring my lilletime, our lamily coulcl boast ol a zoo tliat woulcl malte tlie Lonclon Zoo loolc lilce a siclesliow. Even Noali woulcl turn green witli envy if lie were still alive. xVll6l1 l remember all tlie animals We've lmfl, l sometimes woncler liow my mollier fwlio always got tlie job ol talcing care ol tlieml can still stancl tbe siglit ol any liincl ol an animal. However, we still piclc up all tlie stray clogs ancl cats tliat come along. Some ol tlie pets welve liacl are: numbers ancl numbers ol clogs and Cats. two orclinary gray mice, twentyflive wliite mice. tliree pet robins, one baby graclile, a parrot, cows, lnorses, a goat, live large aquariums lull ol guppies and snails ancl an average ol about tilteen goldlisll. l even got lrienclly witli a slcunlc once, but it wasn't long before our lrienclsliip bacltlqirecl. lxlotlier liad to burn my clotlles, ancl bury . . . but l tliinlc llve already saicl enouglu in tliis contribution to American Literature. So witli your per- mission, l'll stop now and tell you more about tlue lVlc- Veigb,s lvlenagerie later on. 61 Y we mx Sounds BY VIRGINIA RUSH I LIKE SOUNDS. I titre time sounci oi a meiiow anci agect ctmurcim imeii timat iaiJoriousiy toiis out time Ange- ius from wittmin time cteptim ot its tower to weicome any passereimy xvimo ventures wittmin ttmese sacreci cioors. I iiiie time sounct ot a rustming river as it nears a precipice, pauses oniy tor a seconci. timen ieaps into time uniinown xvitim a cteaiening roar. to come tumioiing tar ciown imeioxv in cascacies ot mist: ttmen settiing into rougtl anti jaggeci rapicts. Iiiice time sound ot a cuckoo ciocic as it ticiis sioxviy anti preciseiy. Time siience is iaroixen oniy iuy time sucicien anct pert interruption ot Hcuciioot Cuciiootn After ttmese worcis are spoicen, time tiny tairci ciisappears xvittmin tmis cage aibruptiy witim time ciicii ot a iatcim to ime gone ior time renmaincier of time tmour. I iiixe time sounci at a ciance. Ttmere imienci a con- stant tioxv ot imappy anti aninmatect conversation. time stmutf tiing ot time ctancers' ieet as timey encircie time Hoor, anci time nmusic oi time orctmestra as it otters time iatest tunes oi time rtay. sweet or swing. I iiixe one particular sounct ot tmot Juiy ctays. As i awake to teei time imrigtmt sun streaming in my xvinciow, I iiiie to tmear time summery noise oi a iaxvnmower ciicicing across time grass. A Dreamer Speaks BY FRANCES NQTT I LOVE to ciream. I can iie imeiore time iirepiace tor tmours xvittmout timinicing one ciown-to-eartim timougtmt. Even xvtmen time tire imurns tow anci time rect emibers cast a rosy iigtmt across time rtariiened roonm, anci it is necessary to repienisim ttme tire. I am unaimie to rouse nmyseii iuiiy from my reverie. And tiiougim my tmancis accompiistm time meniai tasii. my nminci is stiii in time worict oi unreaiity anct oi ctreams. 62 Tt1at's ttme granci timing about dreamsi Nottming can reaiiy ciestroy ttmem, and even it it were possitnie for timem to ine destroyed, ttmere are aiways more. Ttme Woricfs suppiy of dreams is unenciing and inextmaustitmiet Vveaittm, beauty, anct power are not essential to dreams. Dreams are everywimere anci timey taeiong to every- one. Ttmey are yours, and timey are mine, and ttmey are time worici's. I say cireams are everywtmere. I tmave tounci timem in time Woods in autumn, inetore ttme tire on winter eve- nings, and in time micist ot rain and storms. In time iite ot a ciream ttmere is no ciay nor nigimt, no winter nor summer. A dream is to ine tounct wtmenever a cireamer seeics for one. Anci once izmorn in ttme tmeart ot a cireamer, a dream cioes not ciieg it never ioses its power. Oniy mortai timings ciie, anci cireams are inmmortai. Ttmere are timose wtmo say cireams do not come true, iuut I say ttmey cto. A ciream is an unvoiceci wisim ior imap- piness. To nmaice time cireamer imappy is ttme soie purpose ot every cireanm. Vvimo wiii deny timat timis purpose is accom- piistmeci? Ttmey say ttmere are certain Hinaiienaimie rigtmtsu granteci to us, among wimicim are uiite, iitmerty, anci ttme pursuit of tmappinessng but aiso, my imeart wouici tmave you acici, Utime rigtmt to dream." .Mu Slug BY NORMA JEAN PIPKIN TO INIE, time American iiag symiaoiizes many timings. For one timing it means to me a piace wimere peopie oi aii races can tive togettmer in peace anci tmappiness. It iarings to my minci cimiiciren going to sctmooi, getting a tree eciucation, ioeing taugtmt ati sutmjects, not just time ones ttmat are approveci tay some imigim otticiai. To me it pictures peo- pie of aii races anci creecis going to timeir own ctmoice ot cimurctm, and saying wimat timey want witimout fear. I often woncier ii everyone sees time Hag as I aio-not just its coi- ors, iimut wimat timose coiors stanci tor. To me rect is time iviooci timat imas been simeci by miiiions ot men and boys to preserve ttmat tiag and wtmat it stands tor, iiiaerty. Biue is time iaeautitui imue of time sides over America. not time ciaric cioucis of war anci greeci iiiie ttmose timat tnang over Europe. Vvimite is time iove anci reverence timat its peopie feet for it. Ixiost ot ati my Hag symimotizes to me. equality. Every per- son in this country tmas as muctm ctmance ior success as time next feiiow. I intenci, tor one, to taiie advantage ot timat wonciertui opportunity. K WW WWW K.. N4 CTN f .I K . w, n K 1 Wfsgwaif I-:gets Sw ' -e gf' 3 1 1,15 .xy V."1r, 4,2 In I' frihgizg. x v 2. w v I V A .- ' 1 if ,' A x my m I iwiirdw f+ ww ' ' .T Fl. fW'v'..' I-2+-, ' 'cifvjxr-' I-I .I vw 25,2 ".f,.., bl .541 2' ,- .r,,:l, W I.-4 g- 'Z "VT 4. 1-.t .vw in-H, .Q 'L 12 ,z ,sq-"f,.,', .1 -Q 1 f xr-' ,., s Mu. V5.5 4. 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V: ,I , , xr , 1456 F' , . 3 . , VL4 4 ,EW W A "',xv A, 'V 'e 'C' W 2, i v l' 4- . sw YI wifi .5 11' ,.j:,"' LM' "-' .', ?iy!i- f ibiifgarifrfz ,, ,, xf QW 'v.,f"'J4 K 5 , f. 4 , Mui ,1- 3gfu,ssie,' BELONGINC t I In 1 o c u s means tI1e enricilment oi Iiigil scI1ooI Iiie. Active participation in tI1em offers to us an associa- tion WitI1 others, an opportunity to form Iriencisiiips with pupiis ancI tacuIty aIiI4e, anci to cIeveIop our taIents. CIuiJs acici spice to our Iioininies anci interests. We Iiice to ine cIuI9 members not oniy for tI1e vaIue receiveci Iout aIso just for tiie fun of itI SOCIAL SCIENCE CLUB i,.f'ElfI'lIIlQ to Iinow tiiis wnrlfl MAKE-UP STAFF Xvorixiug in gn- I STRATFORD LITERARY CLUB shakegp eafe Is 1941 f.,ll.,wi.1g HOME ECONCMICS CLUB The proc 0 me uc in GYM ASSISTANT S Helping the gentler gymnast GYM ANVARD WINNERS The-y re- natural born cllampio UBRARY CLUB just lnookworms at llc- rl 1 MBLE CLUB Cultivating a higlwr of values DEBATERS Vvlwere the pros and are argued I"""""" ' NATURE STUDY CLUB Slaves of the great outd SPORTSMAN CLUB Leaming to play fair CHEMISTRY CLUB Vvllere water i H-O S J LATIN CLUB Keeping in touch sb ancient civillzatio SPANISH CLUB Tech goes nsoulh f the Border" XYZ CLUB flnjoylng llle scle I quantity + 6' x 4 pil ? .Z 2 f ,f 'NH ..,. iq. gt if f - , 7 f A- Mil, H 4 CLUB 1 U' MGI. GIRL RESERVES "Tn Face Life SquareIy" . . . slogan DEIVIEGORIANS O, sI1acIes of DSHIOSIIIEHCSI KNITTING CLUB Knit one. purI two . . . for Britain Promoting interest in agriculture CHESS CLUB Where wooden royaIty reign AGRICULTURE CLUB Farmers in II1e making RADIO CLUB Calling WQHFQ . . I Calling VVQHFQ , . . MODEL AIRPLANE CLUB Air men of the future 69 MODES ET MANTEAUX CLUB HH faui sougir pour 6tre belle' SERVICE CLUB Learning to be civic-minded YN OMRAH CLUB Tech music hath charm DRAMA CLUB Finding an outlet for Tixespi ambitions 70 FRENCH CLUB En franqais, s'iI vous plait PHYSICS CLUB Speaking of the world s phenomena . . . CAMERA CLUB Jus! EUQIHVES from a darlcro PEN-FRIENDSHIP .'H8nCIlS ElCl'0SS the SEBI' Music Qiruuns fximirigal Singers Saxophone Quarielte :A Boys' Gfleiie String Trio Girls' Sexietie Brass Choir String Quarieiie Dance Band QQ ,. 1, ,Mi 1 E50 ,QQ QI 1 Ike Il.0.I.lf. I COL. L. D. IVIACY THE BARRACKS THE MAGAZINE COL. 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We sucIcIenIy FincI tI'1at we owe America our cIevotion, our respect. ancI our services rattmer than expecting America to owe us. - .M I. .not.1. 1,,W1m.-of Cooperation "THE SHOXIV must go onI" True to Iorm, tI1is is more easiIy saicI tI1an cIoneI Those wI1o sit in tIie aucIi- ence, enjoying the IinaI procIuction, rareIy reaIize tI1e crew oI workers who must cooperate to pIace tI1eir Iin- isI1ecI work Iaefore tI1e puI9Iic. Editing a scI1ooI magazine invoIves tI1e true coop- fContinuecI on page OQI FACULTY ASSISTANTS Bottom row, IeIt to rigI1t: Herbert D. Traub, pt1otograpI1er: FriecIa B. I.iIIis. supervisor QI Iayouts: FrecIericIi PoIIev. mounting ot senior ancI statt pictures: and CI1arIes GIore, mounting magazine pictures. 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By being active in scilooi groups we learn to meet people easiiy, to xvorii witil others, and to form friencisilips. tiius fieveioping finer, more promising personaiities, XYiliCi1 wiii enaibie us to iaecome more useiui Citizens anci more inteiiigent voters. 1 wxmwsi Adw erhsmg the Hsketchlnoo Ne-u Q Vvnhng Staff I-ne Xian Art Show Parllflpanie Tec 1 1 akrlols pre-Sent Plaquec qcreen Procees in Sign Painting yi 71 Jw N, . .ki . I ' , 1 . ' ,. '-I' , , 1 J if ., .. as ,V 4 X I 1- s :"" 'z . Tf.-5,1 H, 1, V - gf - '-'-Fwii gs X. -4 199 911. Er, Q53 gf' 545311354 ..13?.. . ,g , 11225 - ' , 255 , 3? W. .. Eg H :- 1-gg' ' ' 'EAP -.'.'.'K1.'1 r -iii1'if?'Z'iE5L P15 V -1 .g.5,.,,52f 1 , -- V gf ,Q 2. '-'- Z' 15214 " . ,,4.af'Si,,, Q "':1i"Q'3E',fZ1-f':E5 ""':"' ' ' - XJ ,wg . 3 . fp 4.2 "' KN' QQ , .L ,X -.' vbf"'f . Q.,-Q M 11 wx 552, 5 , 'wi- JL, L M x 'yi 1. . ..,, I . A .gk .0 . ' '15 re , gs l' I .' ' . . ex V ,P . 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Third row: Assistant Coach Roscoe Pic-rson, Assistant Coach Howard Longshore. Head Coach Rohert L. Batt, James Flyers, Xvittiam Vntti, Francis AHJCFSOH, J0t'll'l D0tJtitI1S, Joe RUFHCT, Barclay JUIIHSOH, Paul I.4OgEit'l. Ctlilftl-35 FtStl?l', .tillllt'S StEitltf'y, I:I'CStlIltEtI1 CORt'tl Pitllt XX7UtZCt, R9S6D'C COZICII Xxvayftfl Rhodes. and Athletic Director R. V. Copptc. Top row: Kaye Swaim. Frank Owings, Howard Beeson. Jack Hanna, Date Burries, Jack htorton, Robert Bcrticr, Robert Hennigar, Chartes Ramsay R0b6l't Bare. EDCI tx'ICC0l'I'ItaCk. Southall COACH ROBERT BALLS 1940 toothatt team tinished its campaign with an unusuat recordg three vic- tories, three tosses, and three ties. Tech started out strong, winning over the South- port Cardinats, 26 to 0, at Roosevelt Stadium, September 20. Vvittard Reed and Houston Nteyer ted the Tech ot- tense which tattied tour touchdowns. tn its curtain-raiser at home. September 27, Tech tett before Jett ot Lafayette, 12 to 6. Bob Utm scored both of his team's touchdowns white Jactc Hanna tyuctced over in the second quarter tor the Green. Octotoer 4, the Techmen conducted an unsuccess- tut excursion to txftuncie where they received a 38-to-6 lacing from the Bearcats. Dick Hitt, Negro hatttyactc, con- tinuatty pestered the Greenctad defense. The tocats tat- tied in the finat period at the climax of a 66-yard sus- tained drive. A third straight North Cenlrat Conference toe faced Tech, Qctotber ll. in the person ot' Anderson,s tn- dians. Archie Chadd's charges swiped a 6-to-0 tead in the second canto, but the Tectimen tattied in the tast three minutes of ptay on a pass, Reed to Nteyer. The att- important extra point was smeared, and the game ended in a 6-att deadtoctc. txtanuat was the tirst city team to meet the Green and VVhite grictders. The game, ptayed at Detavan- Smith Field, October 18, resulted in a26-to-0 triumph for Tech. Second-slringers wattced away with honors, hold- ing the Redskins at hay after Chuck Sanders of txtanuat reeted Ott two surprising gains against the first-stringers at the outset. October 25, Coach Baits forces faced the always- strong Irish of Cathedral, winning 6 to O. Vvittard Reed scored for Tech in the third period. Cathedral tater 85 FRESHNIAN FOOTBALL: Bottom row fleit to rightl: Ed- win hlclaean. Vvilhur Lind. John Leach. Ralph Hostetter, John Jordan, Snowden Gillispie. Robert Evans, Don Gihson, Richard Newhy, Rohert Raasch. Vvilliain Talley, and Rohert Grem. Second row: Robert Keller, VVilhur Van Der hloere. Vernon Belden. Frank Freeman, Bohlizy Higgins, Kenneth Potliast, Pete Poolos. Rohert lxleyer, James Scott. Harry Liggett, Donald Clarkson. .lack Romeiser, and John lxflarlcovich. Top row: Coach Charles Dagwell. .lacoh Hoehn, Reginald Bowers, Vvilliam Schencli, .lack Nleans, William lVIcVVorther. Rohert Binder. Don Royer, Late Nlccall, Arthur Kem, and Coach Paul Vvetzel. Carl Beem was not present when the picture was lalcen. claimed the city championship hy virtue of victories over hoth Shortridge and Washington. The last Conference game of the season was played at Richmond, November l. Tech tooli a 7-to-0 lead in the third quarter on Reeds plunge, hut Bryant Leavell retaliated for Richmond with a sparlcling 80- yard run, and the game ended in a 7-to-7 stalemate. VVashington's Continentals held the Greenclads to a scoreless tie on the Tech held, Novemher 8, as hoth teams slung passes all over the tielcl in a desperate effort to score. Forty-four attempts were made in the last period alone. Tech was halted hy the final gun only 24 yards from pay dirt. The Shortridge game Novemher 15 resulted in a surprise. The Blue Devils, talcing advantage of every hrealt, tallied once in the third quarter and twice in the fourth in their 20-to-0 triumph, Tech. however, main- tained the first-down pace set hy the winners, trailing only 13 to 10 in that department. Tech was again stopped hy the gun in this clash, holding a first down on the enemy's 29. RESERVES l'00tlDHll Sqllild, CO8.Cl'l6Cl by Wayne Rhodes, compiled a tine record of live victories and one defeat for the 1940 season. lnvading Southport in the inaugural Octoher 3, the reserves pluclced a 26-to-6 victory from the Cardinal 86 RESERVE FOOTBALL: Bottom row tlett to rightl: Harry Stoddard, John Peterson. Joel Sharpe. Phillip Hirsch. XfVilli8Ul Vvaggoner, Rohert Armes, .lacli Tracy. Herhert Van Der Nloere. Allan Segal, and Vvilliam Ross. Second row: William lxfleade. Keith Hanna, James Byers. Rohert Johnson, John Dohltins. Ralph LaGrotto, William l.Vlilan, George lxfloore. George Souvenir, and Allison lvladinger. Top row: Coach Yvayne Rhodes, Rohert Patterson. Harold Ross. Vvilliam Volli, .less lVlcDermott. Harold lVlorris, Vvilliam Berling. Richard Rohhins. John Vvhitesell, William Nlullenholz. and Athletic Director R. V, Copple. outtit. Thus lortilzied with a Win they returned to the home field on Gctoher I0 to whitewash the Deaf School. 18 to 6. Rolling into Delavan-Smith Field, Octoloer 17, Tech capitalized on its scoring opportunities and laid the lVlanual Redskins to rest under an inscription that read, Tech 19, lvlanual 0. The proverhial Hluclc of the Irish" didn't save Cathedral from a I3-to-0 lacing on Octoher 23. as the Rhodesmen wheeled the heavy artillery into action for the Shortridge Blue Devils. Shortridge was met Gctoher 30 and so was defeat lor the first time, 13 to 6. The Greens houncecl haclc quiclcly, however, to cross town and rap the Vvashington Continentals, 19 to 0, lxlovemher 7, to close the six-game schedule. FRESHIVIEN THE FRESHNIAN toothall forces, under the tutelage of Coach Paul Wetzel, completed a six-game schedule for 1940 with three victories, two defeats. and one tie. The rhinies jumped into a flying start hy downing Southport, 42 to 6, October 3, hut dropped the next one at Ben Davis hy a 13-to-7 count on October IO. After Nlanual had fallen, 21 to 0, October 17, the trosh loattled to a 13-all deadlock at Cathedral on October 23. At Shortridge, Gctoher 30, the Greens sullfered their second loss, 21 to 75 hut hounced hack to shut out Vvashington, 26 to 0, in the final game, Novemloer l.


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