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Page 15 text:
Guided By The Lamp Of Knowledge
To obtain further benefits from engineering
and technical subjects is the chief aim of the En-
gineers' Club, whose official name is the Engin-
eering Society of DeVilhiss High School. Any stu-
dent taking mathematics. science. or industrial
arts, and who maintains a passing grade in all sub-
jects is eligible to become a member ofthe club.
This year's Engineering Club was quite ae-
tive in an attempt to maintain the standard set
by its predecessor. Our major activity was tour-
ing Toledo industries. Among the companies who
were kind enough to allow us to tour their plants
were the Ohio Bell Telephone Company, Swartz-
baugh Manufacturing Company. Toledo Edison
Companyis Acme Station. Superior Spinning and
Stamping Company, and Wiflys Motors Incorpor-
ated. The members of the club also attended sev-
eral engineering lectures sponsored by the Toledo
Technical Council at the University of Toledo.
One of the accomplishments which we are
proud of is a file of catalogues from technical col-
leges. These were gathered to help the future en-
gineers to plan their high school and college cours-
es intelligently. It is our hope that we. and future
clubs, may gather a complete record of every tech-
nical and engineering school in the United States.
Our meetings were held on the first and third
Tuesdays of every month. The President and the
executive committee. which is made up of the six
have the authority to call additional
meetings if the need should arise. Leslie Noaker
led the proceedings at all meetings and trips. But
if he were absent. ,lohn Matthews. Vice-President.
took over his job. Bud Smith. our Secretary. was
recognized as the Clulfs official pen-pusher. when
financial matters were involved, Fred Siebert.
Treasurer. would have to be found and forced to
release the purse strings. Ray Jackson. the ln-
etr-Club Council Representative, amused himself
by getting up before the members and telling them
what happened at the last Council meeting. Fred
Bailey. whose title was Publicity Manager. took
care of all the Clulfs official publicity releases.
But the one man we really owe our thanks to is
Mr. R. 0. Merrill. for he gave us his time. assis-
tance. and advice in his capacity of adviser to the
Wie are all very grateful for the many infor-
mative tours that tl1e industries of Toledo gave us,
and we hope that all future members of the club
will be able to have as many interesting and en-
joyable tours as we have had.
Top Row, L to K: Jack Hildebrand. Fred Bailey, Bud Smith, Robert Blow:-ry, Bill Cmumlieli, ,lack HufTer,. John Van Km:-ri. John Matthews. Bill Von
B.-hren. Row Two: Paul Sprague, Charles Johnson. Xlcrlc Summers. Bill Humphrey, Clurlc- Casey, I.:-slie Noaker. llariell Nloulton. l-'red Si.-heir, .lexiy
Schafer. Raymond Jackson, Bill Hullauer, Not in pirlure: Jim Swirighayurner, Toni Swinglialunxer. Walt Harrison, Bu--n Hnllev. Officer., l. to K: John
Matthews. Vice-Presidenlg Bud Smith, Secretary: Fu-tl Sichcrl. Treasurer: Leslie Noaker. Presiulent.
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Science And Engineers' Club Are
One of the aims of the Devilbiss Science
Club this year was to study Toledo's scientific re-
sources which are of interest to the future scien-
Projects concerning microscopic work and
experiments with photomicrography found their
prerequisite in learning how to use and handle a
The constant flow of new ideas for programs
was left to Norma Dotson who did a very good
job. One of the first programs was one in which
Marion Bahren gave a talk on h-er work in photo-
graphing microscopic animals. Mr. Robert Lamp-
ton then explained the procedure used in obtain-
ing this type of picture.
Bob Monroe broadened our scientific ideas
by his interesting talk on his experiments and ob-
servations with pet white mice.
During the month of February we visited the
University of Toledo several Friday evenings. We
were shown the telescope and electron microscope.
Trips through the Toledo Zoo with its science
departments, and through the Toledo Hospital
Technical Laboratory added considerable under-
standing of and interest in the zoological and me-
dical research phases of science.
The club was proud to state that Bob Mal-
lory, who last year won a four year scholarship
to Carnegie Institute of Technology, was one of
its alumni. He was given this award because of his
high ranking in the nation wide Westingliouse
Science Talent Search test. Bob was vice-president
last year. Phil Grover and .lohn Dunseith, also
alumni, are pursuing scientific courses at Chicago
University. The members of the club like to think
that it was the background of the DeVilbiss Science
Club that helped these boys become interested in
further scientific study.
This year the club's membership was in-
creased to twenty members who were either taking
some form of science at the present time or who
have taken it in the past. Meetings were held
every other Monday in room 108.
Leading the club as president was .lohn Mat-
thews assisted by vice-president, David 0'Neil.
Thurayne Thomas took care of all secretarial du-
ties while Donald Kaminslcy saw to financial ob-
ligations. .lune Phillips served as publicity chair-
man and Bill Stende. as inter-club council repre-
sentative. Advisers were Miss Fern Dickey and
Miss Mildred Schmidt.
L to R: Joan Olen. George Chains. Ronald Kanrinski, David O'Neill, Marion Baehren. Korman Hnulet. Jane Starkey. Bob Monroe. Bill Steurle, June Phillips,
Xnrrna Dulsun. John Matthews. Not in picture: Arrlis Brown. Don Pair. ,lim Hari-cues:-, Gary Ald. Thurayne Thomas, Secretary. Officers, L to R: Ronald
liarriinski. Treasurr-r: David O'Neill. Yir-e-President: lr-hn Matthews. President.
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Page 16 text:
Frisco Frolics In Front
HHand me another paintbruslf'--"Now
where am I going to find a property like
thatll'-'4Give that line once more" all are
cries heard in the auditorium or the many
rehearsal rooms after school. The people
quoted above are working on an important
jobg they're practicing for the biggest show
held in school-The Deviltries.
Fancy F oolwork.
But, before you can have any rehearsals
there has to be a scriptg before you can build
scenery there have to be plans. Miss Frances
Giffin, director of the DeViltries, chose a
Council Steering Committee to perform the
duties of making these plans and shaping a
show. Each member of this committee, in
turn, was made chairman of a smaller com-
"Pass that Peace Pipe."
Dick Hehl. Back row: Virginia Welsh, Sue Zbiera-
jewski, Connie Cromwell, Ruth Chandler, ,loan Fer-
rall, Joan Skurzyn.
After the tryouts were held the script
committee wrote the show and rehearsals be-
gan. Every night after school, Saturdays,
and some evenings were given over to prac-
tice and work. Finally the big night comes!
The house lights dim, and the roll of the
drum brings the audience to their feet for
the playing of the National Anthem.
"Your order, sir?"
Left to Right: Bill Lunbeck, Ed Binkleman, Pat
Liui, .loan Michelson, ,loan Billet, Nancy Campbell.
When the piece is over and the people
take their seats, the orchestra swings into the
theme 'LSan Francisco Here We Come", the
curtains open, the Frisco Frolics are on!
There's no turning back now. An audience
has come to the 15th edition of the DeVil-
tries. The actors., actresses begin the dia-
logue, the talent performs, the stage crew lis-
tens for comments in the earphones, the stu-
dent directors stand back stage and bite their
"Add a touch of rouge."
Left to Right: Dorothy Fash, Richard Boell, Alton
LeBeau, Nancy Anderson.
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