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humor ot Mr. Ziegenhcigen and Mr. Froncke, who take cill these problems in their stride.
Scheduling of classes, working on courses ot study, signing requisitions and work
orders, conferring with committees, cis well as handling the "trictions" cmd "foibles"
that some of our boys seem to develop, ore all in 0 ddy's work for the principal and
the vice principal.
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Administering cz school the size of Boys' Tech, with its 2400 students and TOO
teachers, is not on eosy iob. The problem is mode still more complex by the amount
of expensive equipment in our shops. The intricacies of supervising these boys ond
mochines constitute the doily chollenge to the thinking, the toct, ond the sense ot
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Sivyer Awards were presented to Henry Braaz, James Merlo, Ronald Witt, Donald Szpek, and Bernard
Spiegelberg the day before Christmas vacation by Mr. William Frye, chairman of the Sivyer Scholarship
Fund lupper rightl, which was established to encourage trade training at Boys' Tech.
John Stroleny and Glenn Groth, who won prizes in the Industrial Arts Awards sponsored by Scholastic
Magazine, were given their certificates by Mr. Ziegenhagen early in September lleft centerl.
Grant Fitch Scholarship winners, Rudolph Santo and Alden Swensen, were congratulated by Mr.
Ziegenhagen and Mr. Ellis when they were informed of their selection llower rightl. The Fitch Scholar-
ships are given for the University of Wisconsin, and both boys have been attending the Milwaukee
Extension Division the past year.
Mr. Alexander Hanel lupper leftl pages through a copy of his recently published book on Pattern
Making, and Dr. W. W. Theisen, acting superintendent of schools, is shown at the school mike llower leftl
addressing a Lincoln Day assembly.
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