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of funds abandoned thelr bu1ld1ng after the Walls of the hrst story
only had been constructed The trustees of Elgln Academy bought the
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Charter granted February 22 1839 amended February 14 1855
F1131 trustees Solomon Hamtlton Colton Knox George McClure
V1ncentS Lovell Luther Herrt k Reuben 1en'te Burgess Truesdell
Or1g1na1 butldmg fnow kno Nn as Sears Hal11 constructed 1n 1855
Flrst prtnctpal Robert Blenkrron A M KA B Chrlsts College
Ftrst faculty Wealthy M Capron Iames Sflla A B Samuel An
derson lohn B Newcorrb Clara Edgecombe
Flrst day of school December 1 1856
Orlglnal bell hung 1857 ftrst rung by Frank B Perktns de troyel
by 11ghtn1ng 1911
Flrst catalog tssued by Pr1'tc1pa1 Clark Braden 1n 1862
FITS1 motto H8511 Not how much but how well
F1151 graduate H8721 Laura R Davtdson fMrs N C Sears1
F1151 male graduate H8731 Lew1s A Sktnner
Fence built ln front of butldlng tn 1873
Lovell Manual Tra1n1ng burldtng erected tn 1888 gxft of Mrs Lucy
Flrst lady trustee Mrs Susan A Sears fMrs Amos G Sears1
Mus1c and manual tram ng requtred cour es tn 1891
Appearance of the school colors orange and black of the song
On the Banks of the Old R1ver For of a flourtshxng glee club
under the dlrectton of Georae B Bergen of the school btweekly
paper Academy S1ft1ngs of the school yell f
the Academy prtnttng press of two ltterary o
ROBERT BLENKIRON A M
c1et1es Stgma Pht and Delta Epsllon 11891931
F1rst football team tn 1892 Conrad Htbbeler teacher
ot manual tratmng and German unofhclal coach
Busmess Department establrshed by E A Potter
Ntght school begun ln 1894
Laura Dav1d on Sears Mathematlcs PTIZS started
MUSIC and manual tratmng dtscontlnued tn 1897
Ftrst floor of Lovell Hall iran formed 1nto gymnaslum
Athlettc Assoclatlon orgamzed 1899
Fzrst offtctal dtrector of athletlcs H8991 Allen B
Eaton teacher of sctence
Ftrst basketball team tn 1901
Lovell Hall rededlcated H9031 as Lovell Sclence Hall
after add1'1ona1 donatton from the Lovell estate
Inter Acaderrtc Oratoncal League orgamzed 1905
Endowment sta ted H9031 wlth bequests amountmg
to S40 000 by Mr and Mrs Georg P Lord
The Susan A Sears Prlze tn Engltsh begun tn 1906
Present heatmg plant bu11t tn 1905
Aelchlorxart Llterary Soctetf for gtrl founaed by
lv'1s Laura r Ullrtck
lubtlee celeb atmg the half centu y SINCE the open
1ng of the Academy H9061
The Adelphol Ltterary Soctety for boys succeeded
by the Zetaletheart SOC191Y 1't 1909
The soldlers rronurrent des gned by F artk B
Derkms wa dedrcated on May 29 1909 lncewr e
a ftagp le was set close to the monurrent gtft
of ladles who had been tudents aurmg C1V1l
Second endourrent IH 1911 amount S40 000
Bell struck by 11ghtn1ng August 10 1911 oof ae
stroyed by flre
The ORANGE AND BLACK blweekly school paper
started tn 1911
Iumor College orgamzed m 1914 by Dean Horace
Tlfurd endowment Uudge Sears ma1n contr1butor1
Kappa Alpha Delta honor soctety for gtrls
gantzed by MISS Maurtne B Lane tn 1916
Orlando Davidson Gyrnnasxum butlt bv Iudge Sears
Boardmg department mstttuted tn 1920
THE HILLTOP school yearbook started tn 1921 Two
forerunners had appeared as the Iune 1ssue of
tne ORANGE AND BLACK m 1917 and 1920
Cum Laude chapter orgamzed ln 1921
The present Athletlc Fteld and a restaence for the
dean fStoufier House1 purchased by Iudge Sears
The Laura Davtdson Sears Academy of Fme Arts
butlt by ludge and Mrs Nathantel C Sears tn
1923 The Todd hou e CSen1or House1 removed
to present locatton or Ktmball Street and htted
tor dormltory use by Iudge Sears
The Bungalow bu11t for clormttory use tn 1924
Purchase of the north campus all butldtngs razed
except the North House a d treetclosed tn 1925
luntor College dlsconttnued tn 1927
Roy E Hammond Fleld Hootse erected 11 1931 at
Iunlor College revtstated 1 1933
Corporate seal revtsed
losephme D McCor'tack s .talent atd fund bequest
of 510000 H9351
Headmaster s resldertce o Coll ge Street purchased
and remodeled rn 1936
Matn Butdhng reno ed Sear Hall the Penney
house purchased and f1 ted a ltb ary and n
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PRINCIPALS OF LONG TENURE
Amos G Sears A M ftop leftl principal 1870 1881 During his administration came the
issuing of the lrst diplomas and a sharp increase in enrollment 1875 being a peak year
with 247 students for the winter term
Alfred Gardner Welch A M ftop rtghtl principal 1891 1897 An exceptionally strong execu
tive who rescued the Academy from imminent dissolution Hts administration was marked
by a strong interest in manual tralning domestic science printing commercial subtects
George Newton Sleight A B B Pd flower left? dean 18981911 He procured the much
desired affiliation with the University of Chicago and later with Northwestern UHIVSISITY
During his term the students cooperated with him in securing lmperative financial gifts to
the Academy Dr Sleight is now a professor at Lake Forest College
Karl I Stouffer B S A M flower rightl dean 10201936 He inaugurated the boarding
department and greatly enlarged the physical equipment of the Academy At his sugges
tion Iudge Sears supplied for the school the unparalleled athletic field and much additional
real estate The Laura Davidson Sears art building was added also during his admimstra
tion Mr Stouffer IS now head of 'he Roosevelt Military School at Aledo Illinois
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TRUSTEES OF LONG SERVICE
Top row left to r1ght
Wll1lCm C Kxmball 32 years 18431875
Benlamm W Raymond 29 years 18541883
MOTFIS C Town 38 years 1854 1892
Dr Ioseph Teil! 45 years 1843 1888 hrst mayor of Elgm presrdent of He boa d 1854 1888
Henry Sherman 38 years 1855 1893
General lohn Shuler Wilcox 39 years 1872 1911 presldent 1890 1894
Orlando Dav1dson 45 years 1854 1899 secretary and 're-asurer
Wlllxam Grote 22 years 18981920 presldent 1907 1920
Iudge Sylvanus Wllcox 25 years 1865 1890
George P Lord 22 years 1885 1907 pres1den 1894 1907
Iudge Edvslard Coultas Lovell, 26 years,A 1876-1902.
TEACHERS OF LONG SERVICE
Top row left to rrght
Laura R Davxdson mathematrcs ntne years 18771884 18851887 Mrss Davrdson later
became Mrs Nathan1elC Sears
Mrs 1. K Becker Englrsh and hrstory seventeen years 18771894
Pearl E Foltz A B German and Latm hfteen years 1910 1925 Mrss Foltz 1S now an attor
ney at law rn Chrcago
Sarah A Pratt A B Englrsh ftlteen years 18941909
Harrtett Kendall Burr A B A M Enghsh hfteen years 19091917 19201927 Mrss Burr
IS now teachmg rn Callforma
Florence S Raymond B S mathemattcs th1rty seven years 18941931 She xs now Mrs
Charles 1. Morgan of Drxon lllmots
Walter A Heath A B A M mathematrcs eleven years 19261937 Mr Heath IS now
teachtng ln the Elgm Hrgh School
Mary Searles Penrose lMrs O I Penrosel publrc speakrng and dramatrcs erghteen years
19101913 19161931 Recently deceased
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BOARD OF TRUSTEES
lRead1ng left to nght around the tablet
Mr Wllllam C West Evanston
Mrs Howard C McNe1l Elgm
Mrs Alfred D Edwards Elgm
lohn W McQueen Attorney Elgln treasurer
Wrlllam D Krmball Elgm secretary
Morgan G Carpenter Elgrn
Iohn R DeLancey Elgm pres1dent of board
Arthur E Glertz Elgrn
Maurtce E Shurtleft lstanchngl Elgm
Glenn R Beverly Attorney Elgtn
Mrs Ora L Pelton Ir Elgrn
Mr Leslre M Hansen Barrrngton
Mr George P Edwards Elgm
Not rn prcture Mr lohn M Btggms Elgrn and Mr Arthurl Durand Elgrn
Mr Kunball bears the dlstrnctton ot havtng been contrnuously a member
of the board srnce 1903 and Mr McQueen lncewrse srnce l9lo
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OUTSTANDING DONORS TO ELGIN ACADEMY
ludge Nathamel C Sears
1914 contnbuted S25 000 to the permanent en
dowrnent whlch the truste s were seelang
to ra1se to the l1m1t ot S150 000 prom1sed also
to bu1ld a dorrmtory later and to bequeath
an add1t1ona1 S100 000 to the permanent en
917 bu lt the Orlando Davld on Gymnastum 1n
honor ot th tatner ot Mr Sears
1920 remodeled Lovell 1-lall for use as dorm1tory
and 1n talled the sc1ence laboratones on the
thlrd floor o' the mam bu11d1ng
1921 pw rchased the s1te tor th art bu1ld1ng
mo Jed from the s1te and relocated and re
modeled what 1s now the Semor 1-louse
1922 purchased res1dence for the dean now
known as the Stouffer l-louse purchased the
1923 oullt the Laura Dav1dson Sears Academy
ot Ftne Arts
9 purchased for S61 000 the block now known
as the no th carrpus
1926 donatea real e tate 1n Flor1da Ch1cago
1934 decea ed 1n May all h1s res1duary estate
gtxen to Elg1n Academy
Laura Da Jldson Sear
1-ler vvtll estabhshed a trust fund the 1ncome of
wh1ch 1S used for the rramtenance ot the art
bu1ld1ng and ot lS collect1on of pa1nt1nqs
he area 1 sore ot luaae Sears s benelacuons
Mr and Mrs George P Lord
Many benetacuons Mrs Lord outhtted Lowell
Manual Tralnmo Hall 1n 1889
pa1d the schools debt ot S7 800
1903 bequeathed S40 000 as nucleus of perman
Allen M Retan
1918 bequest of S25 000
Mrs losephme D 1VlcCornack
1935 beque t ol 510000 1l'lCOUl9 to ke used or
Mrs Lucy Sm1th Lovell
1887 gave S5 000 for the constr1.c1on ol Lovell
Manual Trr' ntng Hall
Hov E 1-larrrrona
931 bu1lt the Fleld 1-louse at the Ath1et1c V1e
Elgm Woma s Club
,olart ou ltttea a lc1t hen 1n Lovell Manual
Tra1n1ng 1-lall to be u d 'o the 1nstruct1cn
ot dorre 'IC sc1ence errployed tne 1nst uctor
9SllC cte ce
Th1s 11st ar from complete Many worthy persons haxe been loyal to Elgln Acaderry
tho they were not able to be so l1beral w1th 11 anc1al donah ns as ho e rrentlonea
above Ce ta arres a e con 1c11 as 1 t ot
G1 B 36 lfay
Daxrdson W1111am Grote Iohn A Waterrran H nry W 1-lubba a 11' s lv'ay La lan Ho b el'
Dr Ora L Pelton Dav1d C Cook E Dunbar Waldr n Nr Ella Clevelarf'
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versary of the grarttmg by me 'state leglslature at llS orrgmal Charter wlfucb
ts dated February 22 18352 A surtple Ceremony was held tn the Sears art
bu1ld1r1g durma wb1Cl'1 members O' tle alutmru at drtlerertt decades spake
brte y 'td Dr George Ne NTOW Sleralat L ke Foreet College who was dear
at t e A aderry ISQ8 la loll to t te iacrt' Ces 'made by students true
teee ard trterds C t te sclrac wecu rg the end ment v h1Cl N9 no entay
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The Qrahemy eber more shall stanh
jfur has she not stunts stnre the tame of the flush
Zinn tne hall her the best Ill the Ianh
Zin fuutball they useh me rather roughly
Qnh they gabe me snmeaterrtbly harh knocks
Qnh they shook me sn abnut
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Zin the murmngs me Itsteneh tu some lertnres
Jin the ebenmgs me llsteneh to some talks
Qui: then me tbnulh sung
Zinn Dante the Zlalghlanb flung
41911 the banks of the nib BIUBI' jfux
lit mas there 35 mane my surnal entree
Qlnb 09h hum it spent Bah s harh earneh rocks
Qnh by my :unnmg art
blew many a malhen s heart
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had 3 ,
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ep,1lar1tv mc eases, 'te eacw passmg year
tae AFNGQIT 1 ab been great 1mprovements
a rr K .ter P at xea t tartd ng S Cce
I'r Leixbachs ja, ' .' A A r e L. I ' ' .
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e campus and in the classrccrn, The Headmaster has
bt wen ta ...a' e this Cer i La' A' ar an aus . i u ss,
Fnenalf falr hrr' these words descrlbe
Nl nsreur Though a 'rerrher 0' the faculty
'a sexercl years he has never lost these
C'lGl'C1ClST1Sl1CS He works as hard as the
students to help them pass When off
campus he IS llkely o be found watchmg
the features at one o' Elglns ctnernas or
r1d1ng around in that renowned Studebaker
IAMES W NEWCOMER Ph B A M
W1th the Engllsh classes st1ll hrs mayor re
SpOHS1b1l1lY the versat1le Mr Newcomer
has taken on newer ones Thls year he has
ahrected capably both the boys and g1rls
glee clubs He has also mstltuted a more
actlve orchestra Thru h1s perseverance the
Acad my may expect 1mportant thtngs
from these orgamzahons
CLARK C COPP A B A M
PLOUOYHICS Chemustry Psychology
The veteran leaaer ln school spmt HIS
undauntecl 9HlhUSlCSm cheery smtle and
volulole pep talks have rrade the tr1ps and
soc1al events great successes A e
gen1al advlsor o' the Iumor College
shared the glory of the I C carn1val IS
s t of deep rooted loyalty has rraae e
Acaderry the grand old school 1t ts
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DONALD A WILLIAMSON A B Ph M
Thls year Speed plloted htsl C basket
ball boys through a very successful sea
son tt was al C dream come true Com
plete charge of the schools d1sc1pl1nary
problems rs not an easy Job yet Mr W1l
llamson handles lt w1th h1s customary
subtle humor and good nature
ELAINE C SCHAEFFER A B A M
Hrstury Dean uf Curl Coach of Drdmatrcs
As dean of gtrls Mxss Schaeffer has strug
gled vahantly wlth thetr problems Her
wrdentng acquamtance has now requlred
a telephone 1n the bungalow Doc
doubt keeps the lrne busy She and Doc
are st1ll the most popular chaperons How
she keeps her proverblal good nature dur
1ng rehearsals of the three act play 15 a
ROBERTI KENNEDY B S A M
Prof IS keeper of the 2nd floor of Lovell
Hall and the l1fe of some very mce parties
at mght He s everybody s frgnd even of
those m1nor factors who Just ca'tt f1gure
thmgs out Always good humored and en
ergeuc he even has hopes of malung a
star football player out of B111 Freeburg
Frequent tr1ps to Barrington speed the
rr1leage on hls trusty Plymouth
DONALD PERRY A B A M
latin Pnpzll h
Doc is still beating 1 out or the 1vor1es
and with his new ear oi corr has become
the apostle of a rug cutting era ln spite
of his craze for uve he 1dOllZ6S dlrrxnutive
opera stars and sits IU regularly at the
glee club sessions He puts aside hls class
roorr sternness to be the life of the partre
held by the Latin Ill class and by the North
RUTH SALISBURY B S
Academy l1brar1an and teacher of the low
er school sclence course She rules her
charges both ln the library and in her
classes w1th a stern hand yet mischief will
not down Her t1ne sportsmanship makes
her popular with the g1r1s Through her ef
forts the G A A has become much more
HUGOI BAUER A B A M
fer man Spanish
The Academy senorltas lost out when
Hugo married the comely Mrs Bauer Do
you suppose he was attracted by her dark
Spamshhke beauty? They ve taken up
housekeeping IH the apartment above the
library Hugo still greets h1s slaving stu
dents with a cheery Go back to study
hall and get your verb wheels
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The ranger from Yello Nsto e retu 'ts ror
the mountams every year O teacn eage
students hlstory and physr graphy H 1
orgamzer and sponsor of me popular lla
ture Club A strong man rn every wal
and very popular at the Acaderry eve
among the femlnrne element He IS mot
capable tn the handllng ot h1s tearrs
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FREDRIC I. HAND. B. S.
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The Handy man of the lower school has
acqulred a number ot 7th grade puplls
th1s year He fplus hls Nxfel dlrected
very credltable play glven by hls students
By coachlng boxmg and tenms he keeps
IH trlm to mamtatn hlS status as head ol
the Hand famlly He ranks tops as a good
sport and an mterestxng teacher
IEROMEI KLOUCEK A B
A new member of the Academy faculty bu
already a great tavormte He won wrde ac
claxm thru hrs slulled handlxng of e
sophomore dance and his a1rect'o'1 ot the
rlotous takeoff on Iulxus Caesar glven by
the Iun1or College boys Yet he shows a
serxous SIGS m hls strong support ot the
lxterary and aeclamatlon g oups
FRANK H LIMACHER B Ed
ew thr y ar but already a trrpo tant
t of he chool l1fe O e boy 1 o
x ted to hlrr that he belong to three of hls
classes Tha wavy ha1r flashtng Sl"'1l9
s,,Qrkl1ng personallty and that convertlble
coupe now gtrls dont rushl I-le helped
elf swmgs a rrean golf club
FLOSSIE MCBRIDE PARKIN
The Chrlstmas play and the three one act
lays were a success under her dlrectton
She lllc WISE coached the declamers Al
ways cheerful IH Splle of her WOTTIGS
St houl Trxasurer
What would we do W1lhOUf Ruth? Although
she guards the weekly allowances of the
boys she rema1ns the fr1end of everybody
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A new member of the offlce force she soon
proved herself capable of good hard work
ELINOR L BURKE
Secretary to adm ister
Though an efflclent secretary Ellnor s good
looks and helpfulness have become pro
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Football basketball baseball Boy Scouts Spanxsh Club Nature Club
From the heart of the west Tuscan ATIZOHG comes Normy
Hts good looks and pleaslng personality have made h1m one of
the most popular men on the campus Do you suppose those
wh1te Q75 corduroys w1ll be seen at Artzona U next year?
Football track MaJor E Club presxdent. Nature Club Cum laude
Among the recrults from Dundee comes Charlie Hts Ford coupe
must now run to Elgxn automattcally He has culmmated hrs tour
years at the Academy by graduatmg wtth Cum Laude honors
n1ce workl He recently broke hrs tour year abstensxon and attend
ed a school dance The Mayor E pop salesman par excellence
WILLIAM TUDOR ApMADOC IR
Football tenms basketball track Spanish Club
Wlthout Tud ln school there would have been an enormous
decrease 1n the fan mall Many 1am sesstons have been held ln
Lovell Hall wxth h1S vlctrola and collect1on of latest dtscs
Hts Evanston crowd helped the attendance at our parttes
IAMES GORDON BALLANTYNE
Fc tball ba ketball track Major I' Club Nature Club
Both tall corn and tall boys come from Iowa hm has settled
down a good b1t thts year and has been an all round athlete
ls Margaret respons1ble for hts growmg up?
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Ae-lchlnrlan C A A Oransze and Hlark tat? Nature C lub Clee Club
Though scarcely flve feet tall Marlan can hlt the baseball wlth
a vlclous whack Thls year MQYIGII has ce tered her attentlon
an OUlS1de lnterest On Tuesday afternoons she IS llkely to be
found ln the press room malllng out the Orange and Black
HENRY A BUCKLIN
Football basketball trick Dramatlc Club Major F Club
Though hls lnterests seemlngly lle ln frequent escapades wlth
the gang Buck really has a serlous mlnd for buslness HIS bUSl
ness ventures have thus far been a blt corny He makes
numerous lf1pS to Wheaton and has been USIHQ as hls theme
song Watts thls thlng called love?
Football lmskeumlf boxing track Mawr E Club
The gals dldnt see much of Paul lh1S year he was always
studylng or out for athletlcs A frlend of all the fellows though
By the way hes a very cautlous drlver
LI ROBERT FORSYTH
Football basketball baseball Nature Club
The lennlngs Semlnary trlp drew Bob s attentlon more and more
to Aurora Later however hls local campus actlvltles became
more notlceable As one of the lTlG1l'lSlQYS1X'l varslty basketball hls
spectacular hook shots brought home many polnts for the school
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GAA Dramatlc Club Spanish Club Nature Club Orange d
Black staff Hrlltup staff Glee Club Mxxed Quartet pre ldent
Marys favorxte occupatlons have been rldmg horseback and
drrvmg that phenomenal Packard Shell have to teach Pat to
drrve 1t so that next year the sr ters Nxll have a way to get
around Mary always popular at the dances especlally w1th
Stoop The school wont be the same wlthout Mary to ploy
HARRY ARTHUR DAVIS IR
Iltzrary Discus lun Crnup Nature Club Dramatic Club Glee Club
Hubby Club Orange md lilmk tafl' Hilltop staff football
boxing track basketball Mrxed Quartet
Gus has more than f1llecl l'11s role as the Academy Screwball
thls year Many were the tunes he had Miss Schaeffer worrlecl
1n the three act play Harry was a lot of fun but engaged 1n
more lmportant thmgs too He devoted a good deal of h1s time
to a certarn I C lass
ARTHUR FRANKE IR
Football boxing Glee Club gulf Mawr E Club Mnced Quartet
The commuter from Cary earned the trtle of School Romeo
Not unt1l he Jomed both the Glee Club and the quartet dxd Arts
musrcal talent appear He also orxglnated the non muffler fad
GEORGE C FUCIK
Football basketball baseball BOY Scouts Mawr E Club Nature
The tall sxlent man from Waukegan It has been rumored that he
has lnterests ln Chrcago Hrs chlef ambmons seemed to l1e 1n
athlet1cs whe e he proved a valuable asset to the football and
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Dick came back from Iennings with glowing tales of the school
and has been talking ever since, His correspondence affords
interesting reading material for students during study halls
PAUL TOPPING HAAGEN IR
Flee Club viimminz team Dramatic Club
One of the best dressed men on the campus He will long be
remembered as a continual invader of the smoker and for his
easy come easy go attitude When Paul leaves us the school
loses its severest critic
PHILIP CHARLES HANDKE
Football swimming baseball Spam h Club
Phil has stuck pretty much to school work He has ignored
the girls has become a pal of all the fellows There s no place
like Hinsdale is there Phil?
MARION CAROL HEALEY
Aeichlorian president GA A Nature Club Glee Club Student Council
Dramatic Club Orange and Black staff Hilltop editor Cum
laude secretarx of senior class
For four years Carolle has topped her class in popularity
She together with the Blue Flash is everybody s friend Not only
was her time dexoted to extra curricular affairs but she man
aged to WIFI Cum Laude honors on the side Next year the
Young Miss Healey will follow her sister s footsteps to Colorado
I ORN LISBETH McBRIDE
f' AA Aelchlornana Mixed Quartette Hilltop staff Dramatic
Llub declamatlons 3 years
In Ioey s four years at the Elgxn Academy she s had many flames
Last year she had a change of heArt however and has not
changed her mxnd smce She has found the convertxble sedans
from the McBr1de Company quxte useful xn frequent trlps to Cary
HARRY GEORGE MEADOWS
Basketball track Mawr E Club orchestra
Harry IS the orxgmal Academy Iencks man Not only does
he make frequent trlps to Standtsh Street but hrs taxx servtce
to the games has become qulte popular He s only been tn the
on the basketball team
Mayor E Club Nature Club all malor sports Hobby Club
Through the cooperatxon of the Dalnty Maxd Bakery the
Academy has had a valuable football player He was a lmes
man on the varslty squad for three years When not devotmg
his t1me to hxs hot house garden he was seen m the compan
of Charhe Annell
PETER REIGART RATHVON
Football basketball manager, golf Spanxsh Club, Hilltop staff
Major E Club
Pete IS one of those boys who sometmmes sxts and thmks and
agaxn sometlmes lust slts When not on the golf course he ts
most llkely to be found ln the smoker At all tlmes Pete IS
1olly and good natured
Academy one year, but made a reputable place for himself
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MARGARET LOUISE REDEKER
Editor Orange and Black presrdent G A A Aerchlorrans Dramatlc
Club Irterary DISCUSSION Group presldent Student Council Nature
Club Glee Club Cum laude
In splte of holdrng many posrtrons Margaret found txme t
marntam hlgh honor standmg One of the best dressed grrls on
the campus and popular wrth everyone Ilm toppxng the lxst
STUART M SIMMON
Tennls swlmmlng Nature Club Boy Svouts
Sunny Callfornla s contrlbutron to the Academy Early rn the year
Stuey estabhshed the reputatlon of be1ng everybodys lrlend
Ballantyne rs lucky to have found such an amrable roommate
O'I"l'O ARTHUR WEIL
Cum Laude football manager basketball track orchestra Glee Club
Hobby Club MaJor E Club uce pres semor clas
Llechtenstem s bram ch1ld Otto came here two and a half years
ago Wllh hrs dlctlonary and a Russran dance novelty Now he s
tops scholastlcally and a lavorrte wxth the students Those
twenty dollars for danclng lessons were to some ava1l too
WILLIAM CHARLES WEST IR
Basketball manalzer football Nature Club MaJor F Club Glee Club
Dramatxc Club boxing Orange and Black stat?
Go West young grrl go West has been the slogan of a cer
ta1n Evanston glrl B111 has not grven the Academy grrls much
of a tumble As the only masculme element rn the Aerch Soc1ety
hrs motto has been Greetlngs Gates lets redecorate
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Tenn! ba ketball golf Spamsh Club
Htghland Parks grft to women was a regular attendant at all
the Academy dances Itm plans to go to Northwestern next year
Wed all l1ke to graduate lrm lf we too could get a Packard
ROBERT IAMES SPRIET
Major I Club football track icaptalnl
Bob has been gotng back and forth from Bartlett for four years
Football kept hlm well occuptecl 1n the fall and he was seen
plowmg through the snow 1n preparanon for track season A
small package of dynamxte
IACK MADOLE TAYLOR
Orange and Black staff Hnlltop sta!! Literary Dtsculsion Group
The tmagmattve chap who dreams of Taylor Made mustc
and how he knows hrs orchestras' lack would rather wrlte than
sleep Besldes the Oracle and sports he wrxtes poetry
Even physxcs couldnt keep hlm from graduatlng thls year
WALLACE TEMPLBTON IR
Football wrmmmg track Mawr E Club Student Council Natur
The best dancer rn the Academy Renowned for the funny hat
and baggy trousers He st1ll chews his gum vlgorously and has
recently added a loud clack All the ltttle boys wtll mtss Blg
Stoop He rs only srx feet s1x
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Football icaptaml basketball track Mawr E Club secretary
l-funky lS the second rn h1S l1ne of Berwyn Speclals Hes
a dupllcate of Charhe ln athletlcs and sense of humor but
eorge hasnt m1ssed a socxal event all year
THEODORE C WYMAN Ill
Football basketball lcaptaml track Major E Club
Ace lS on all round athlete Its h1s mam lnterest at school
The Dundee basketball squad even rated a current event report
from htm once Hes also tops ln football and track-and wrth
Football swimming track Major E Club Orange and Black staff
Smxtty IS elther seen buying records slpplng cokes or rehcng
mg hrs football ACl1Ve rn football track and swxmmmg thls
year he has nevertheless manaczed to stav oretty much un the
soclal whrrl too
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A leader rn school actrvrtres a Nrrter par excellence p efers
plondes brunettes and red heads Bob leaves behrrrd hrm a
errvrable record rn erltra currrcula accomplrshments He wa
general charrn'an of the very ,rcce sful I C Carnrval a lead r
rn athletrcs and edrtor of me popular College Page
RICHARD CLAYTON IOHNSON
Able Journalrst and feature wrrter for the College Page of the
Orange and Black Drck rs marorrng rn Englrsh hopes to teach
Hrs mam extra currrcular actrvrtres were partrcrpatron rn the
Iunror College plays and frequent dashes to DeKalb Normal
ROBERT H KALS OW
Bob s dependabrlrty rs exceeded only by hrs dependabrlrty he s
consrstent rn every endeavor arranged the page layouts for
the Hrlltop and was a reporter for the College Page of the
rng rn hrs brothers drug store and eatrng hamburgers between
FRANKLIN I OSEPH KRAMER
Demon crusader for class equalrty Frank rs marorrng rn law has
hrs srghts trarned on an L L D Hr hobby rs photography rrracle
some of the better prrnts appearrng rn the Hrlltop Favorrte
passrve recreatron r attendrng the performances of all the
good plays that hrt the stages of Chrcago
FRED WILLIAM WASCHER IR
Fred more famrlrarly known as Wasch or Sell em rs the
schools ace salesrran nevertheless he rs marorrng rn law
and wrll some day be a full fledged ba rrster He arvrdes hrs
lersure trrre betwee rrdr'rg one o hrs two horses a d gettrng
rrrto and ge erally .wrrrrr g ani krnd of a frrendly argument
IUNIOR COLLEGE SOPHOMORES
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What would happen rt
Dlck McCornack had come to play practlce once?
Ahce Knlght hadnt met that boy from Marmron?
lane Prrnty hadnt made 1t her busrness to get the current dlrt?
Don Thackery had come to school as much as he had skrppe
loe Cheney had gwen the grrls a break around here?
Wesley P1per had stayed awake rn any one ot hrs classes?
Peter OSul.l1van had been able to use h1s Ford coupe?
Sybrl Parkrn hadnt preferred the supercharged black converhble?
lack Page had come to a few of our school dances?
Burton Pgarsall werent always rn a happy frame of mmd?
Betty G1lfOfd would lose that attractrve comb she wears IH the bac
Henny Watts was ever seen w1thout Buck ?
B111 Walters forgot to wear h1s yellow t1e wlth black spots on lt?
Ruth Iencks were to forget to wear rnalce up to school?
Torn Allen wasnt such a hard and w1ll1ng worker?
Stanley Srnrth should become the school Romeo?
Stewart Gllbert were to gxve a speech ln pubhc speaklng class?
lack Helerrnann werent on the honor roll every b1weekly?
k of her
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Mid e row: H i rman , r'n , P'per, P r 'n, a ers, n' .
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Middle row Treadwell Colhn C lten Han en Wall on We terdahl
Front row H Healey Graf I K llltgbourne Ionergun tple llentl M Roth Mana e ftrea urerl
THE SOPHOMORES AS POETS SEE THEM
That whtch orfdxmary men are f1t for l am
qual1f1ed IH and the best of me Lsfdx ence
All Nature Wears one unlversal grm
Then he w1ll talk good gods' how he w1ll
SYLFS FRAI ICK
W1th patlent 1nattent1on hear htm prate
I never found the compamon that was so
compantonable as solttude
Oh blest wlth temper whose uncloucled ra
Can make to morrow cheerful as to day'
O happmess' our bemg s end and atm'
Good pleasure ease content' whate er
Bamsh plump Iack and bamsh all the
Self love my llege IS not so vlle a s1n
As self neglectmg
Happy am I from care lm free'
Why ar nt they all contented llke me?
So many worlds so much to do
So 11ttle done such thmgs to be
I-le makes a solitude auxd calls 1t peace'
I-last so much Wlf and m1rth and spleen
There IS not l1v1ng Wllh thee nor wtthout
Why man he doth bestrlde the narrow
L ke a Colossus'
DONALD VAN RIPER
In every deed of mlschlef he had a heart to
resolve a head to contr1ve and a hand
ROBERT VAN TI-IORRE
Mldntght shout and revelry
TIDSY dance and Joll1ty
Should l1fe all labor be
Thmkmg IS but an 1dle waste of thought
And nought IS elerythmg and everythmg
MR KLOUCEK CAdv1serl
W1th h1s off heel mstdtously aslde
Provokes the caper whlch he seems
From lhlS class of Splfll and enterpnse came th1s years most successful dance and out
standmg students ID musxc scholarslup debate oatory drama xc art and athlet1cs
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Front row Van Dxke Marzaret Crllrrrr hlrrrrrr Wal h I rdfl fpresrdentl iheers Carol Crrllrnrzbourne
IAMES SHEERS Fashron plate and book Norm of th freshman class Irm has strrred many
a femrnrne heart wrth hrs admrrable herght He rs to be complrmented on hrs capable
drrectron of the freshman play Srlas Marner
HARRY WALSH Dynamrc hero of the grrdrron and sprce of hrs classes Thrs dashrng
fellow has many grrls on hrs lrst but prefers to be known as a womarr hater
ROBERT BEVERLY Especrallv famed for hrs scholastrc achrevements Bob Graham also
frnds trme to chauffeur Mrss Ann Ladd about rn hrs Burck Wouldnt Ann b
realous rf she knew about Deanna Durbrrr7
EUGENE CONAHAN A promrsrng athlete especrally rn basketball and boxrng Hrs humor
ous sketches drawn durrng Ancrent Hrstory class are amusrng to everyone but
MARGARET COLLINGBOURNE Bashful blushrng Margaret rs the cause of the beaten path
made by young males to Collrngbournes door She seems to have mastered the
technrque of keeprng them guessrng
ANN LADD Though presrdent of the freshman class and member of the lunror Councrl
Ann strll frnds trme to make hrgh grades But she seems to have trouble keeprng
her many dates st arght
ROBERT DAVIS Happy Davrs has amply lrved up to hrs nrck name Bob rs always
cheerful feven on Mondayl though hrs rnterests do not vary hobby Martha favorrte
song Martha pastrme Martha
FRED IONAS Fred drd excellent wo k as Srlas Marner He rs also a promrsrng poet
and an rmportant member of the tennrs team
PETER VAN DYKE Lrttle Pete that amrable and Jolly Ladd rs a professronal at throwrna
paper wads He never seerrs to hav a worry rn the world but one lrttle freshman
mrss seems to cau e hrm great anxrety Is that a wrrnkle takrng form rn hrs manly brow?
IOHN RAYBURN A very good student but rrot much rrrterested rn the farr sex Hrs tastes
run more to athletrcs
MARTHA FREEBURG Martha prrdes herself on not havrng to buy her own trckets to the
movres She also knows qurte a brt about the rce cream at Colwell s Her record for
comrng late rs outstandrng
CAROL COLLINGBOURNE Top rankrng freshman the brrght spot of the class both schol
astrcally and rn auburn colorrng Has anyone notrced the temper whrch her srsters
clarm rs always present but seldom drscernrble7
CRAWFORD BROWN Crawford Southwell Browns remarkable vocabulary baffles the
younger c owd He Shrrley has a pleasrng persorralrty and the abrlrty to douse the
gloom at any trme
MIRIAM IACOBS A talented young musrcran who went Choprn along at the command
perfo mance Her hrgh grades and sense of humor cause ner to stand out rn all
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Froni row Blddle Wenner Preehurpr Iiucklm R Smith
THE LOWER SCHOOL
The year l939 marks the complet1on of two years of erghth grade work ID
the Academy Th1s year a seventh grade was added to the lower school and
the expenment has proved very successful All classes have met IH the same
room wh1ch 1S located 1n the northwest corner of the th1rd floor Mr Fredr1c
Hand and MISS Ruth Sahsbury are the faculty duo of the lower school The
centennral e1ghth grade IS composed of four boys and one g1rl wh1le the
seventh grade cons1sts of IIVG boys
RAY NEWMAN Clflondaj Ray was 1n trouble most of the year ercept for a few spells few
and far between Act1ve ln all mayor sports H1s 1dea of the perfect glrl changes
rap1dly but hell learn
WILLIAM FREEBURG fElg1nJ Known as the I: a1ns of the elghth grade Even Mr Hand
had to be careful 1f he dldnt want to be contradrctecl B1ll should soar near the top
of the honor roll next year
IACK BUCKLIN fElgll'll An example of what the well dressed rran w1ll wear H1s ab1l1ty
1n wr1t1ng compos1t1ons IS greatly adm1red by h1s classmates HIS athlettc showmg
puts hlm on the l1st of valuable prospects for Coach Replogle next year
DEBORAH WILDER CDundeel The most popular g rl 1n the e1ghth grade Her w1tty UD
remarks malntatn llfe 1n the lower school There IS never any monotony 1'1 the class
room when Debby IS present
WILLIAM WENNER tElg1nJ The Erlstem of the 7th grade he IS always he frrst to dls
cover when evrdence IS true or false H1s personal1ty area lv a1ded h1s ab1l1ty to act
The Dramatlc Club Nlll surely want hun
ARTHUR BIDDLE tBarr1ngtonl Although Art entered la e ln the year he has proved to be
eyes and the blond ha1r who knows? We hear that he IS one of Debby s favontes'
VICTOR SHOWALTER CElg1nl VICTOT IS another student who had to work harder because
of hls late entrance He IS not the talkatue type but seems to be mtent on hxs own
work He den1es all stones about haxmg a g1rl fr1end fCOHQTOlUlGllOHS V1Cll
RUSH SMITH tDur1deeJ T1 e IS not xaluable to Rush He takes all day to grasp one tact
but he doesnt forget 1t afterward BQIWG the srrallest me ber of the class he 1s an
ardent adm1rer of Wally Terrpleton Perhaps h1s hopes N ll be fulhlled sorre day
KENNETH GIFFORD CD1, e lf a 1 Fla '1 E g I' Ga e Rorreo
shows prorr1 e rn athlencs H rray Old Mr Ie 'tbach 1'1 attractma rrore grrls for
neyt years freshman cla s
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Back row Wllkm Bolle R R th Butler Olirmen Muller Prldeaux Hopp Bradley Ralph Geldmacher
Second row lien n B J Mc-Brnde Nu- l fl' Ru ell Attelery McMah n Ramsey Swan Kelly Schmltt
Front row A ton Parlty Munt7 PI'lll7IT18htDl"9ld9l1tt I Baker C Baker D Ietersen C Petersen
I a renee
IUNIOR COLLEGE FRESHMEN
IAMES LAWRENCE Never lets pleasure lnterfere
w1th buslness Sleep to h1m IS a buslness
CLARE FARLEY Short from Marmlon shltted from
polrshmg h1s buttons to another well known
ARNOLD BUTLER Smart he understands OBr1ens
O BRIEN He s smarter he understands Butler s Jokes
DOROTHY PETERSEN Known for her unselhsh att1
tude and htgh scholastlc ablhty
IACK ATTEBERY Stlll has an antrclpatory look rn
h1s eye from the last t1me he found a two rnch
CHARLES RAMSEY Showed h1S prowess by organ
LOWELL MILLER A good skate rt weve ever
GEORGE NICOLOFF Borls lS the I C s modest
candrdate tor the Carnegre medal
IAMES BRADLEY Iungle Ilm IS stlll lookmg for
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IOHN BOLLE Wandered around wrth a gr1n on h1S
rrouth and French on h1S mmd lalso on h1S
rrtnd was Muntzl
DICK SCHMITT Blushes a Deep Purple every
t1me the lrttle woman IS menttoned
OWEN PRUTLMAIN I C athlete who proves that
one can have abrlrty 1n sports as well as gray
ALETTA MUNTZ Fell 1n love wrth all of Mr Copp s
courses ana took as noary as she could
LUELLA BAKER Belle Bake made all of the boys
htde therr heaas m shame by her ab1l1ty to
garner the strnces and spare
MARY IANE MCMAHON Eaxored our boys w1th
a srmle now and then
GEORGE BAKER Punny Baker was not above
lettlng the rest of the class 1n on the t1me to
laugh at h1S takes
MARY IANE KELLEY Held her case of append1c1t1s
over a few days so that she could m1ss all
LORAINE HOPP Ole Boy Hopp chmaxed the year
by challeng1ng all tumor colleges to a contest
1n the shot put drscus and tavehn throw
GERALD WILKINS Orange and Black news hawk
who put the solt pedal on the results of many
of our athletxc contests
BONNIE IEAN MCBRIDE Declded to reverse the
rdea of cuts and come to class sxxteen hours
RICHARD PRIDEAUX lnterestlng spectmen of a
combxnahon yrtterbug and soap box orator
RUTH SWAN Cymcal to talk to but lust a nature
lover at heart
MARIAN BENSON Can usually be seen brushrng
up on her hxstory 1n Engl1sh class
TOM REYNOLDS The woman hater who IS go1'1g to
get away from 1t all and go to West Potnt
ROBERT ROTH All around track man who runs a
br1ll1ant m1l anddoes everythmg but put the shot
BETTY IANE ASTON Cute lxttle somethmg who
keeps all of the boys guessmg
RALPH GELDMACHER Rumor has lt that h1s suc
cesstul pole vault at the state meet was 1nsp1red
by a ta1r lady rn any case he has not yet
come down to earth
HEINRIETTE RUSSELL Who had no trouble 1n mas
termg th Enalrsh language but d1d have
aurte a t1me wr h the rnaste of Engl1sh
CLIFTON PETERSEN One Ball Petersen got so pro
fC16'll at the pool table that he could call the cue
ball 1n the end pocket and make 1t every t1me
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Replozle all mawr sports
nketlmll Mr lunar lnmsun nur ma e I Am tru Mr James
The TILLTOP pays trrbute to these stalwart men who QIVS of themselves
so wholeheartedly not only to the burldrng of teams to represent the Academy
rn mterscholastrc sports but to mamtammg the 1ntens1ve athletrc program
Wh1ch IS fostered by the school
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Wxth a dozen veterans returnlng to the Academy folds the l938 ed1t1on of
the I-lllltoppers seemed destlned to duphcate the record of the prev1ous season
and again to possess the conference crown However the Road to Eame
turned out to be but a sad detour for the Academ1tes falled to get started after
thelr 1n1t1al fray and suffered four stralght defeats before staglng a brrlllant
comeback and w1nn1ng the Homeconung game from Shattuck Mlhtary
The Orange and Black forces possessed potent1al power whlch 1f r1ghtly
employed would have enabled them to emerge at the end of the season w1th
a fa1r share of v1ctor1es The team drd not always chck effect1vely as a group
nevertheless there were several 1nd1v1duals who played outstandlng ball
RESUME OF THE SEASON
OCTOBER l FRANCIS PARKER SCHOOL at ELGIN
Coach Replogle rn the space of two weeks whrpped together an able bod1ed
squad wh1ch acqu1tted 1tself satlsfactorlly rn 1ts opener agamst Franc1s Parker
of Ch1cago The Parkers who were lrght and mexperlenced never proved
themselves a ser1ous threat and the Orange and Black had httle trouble
chnchlng thelr v1ctory reg1ster1ng a score of 26 to U
OCTOBER 8 ONARGA MILITARY SCHOOL at ELGIN
The swarm of Yellowlackets from Onarga 1nvaded Academy bowl stung
Elgln to the tune of l2 to 6 and returned home SGl1Sf1ed that they had avenged
the 6 to U defeat dealt them by the Hllltoppers the prevlous year Onarga
usxng the Elgm game as thelr sprlngboard eventually plunged thru to the
conference t1tle The Academltes suffered from lack of co ordmahon the
game was a great drsappomtment to Elgrn fans
OCTOBER 15 ELGIN at MORGAN PARK MTLITARY ACADEMY
Handrcapped by the loss of two key men the Hrlltoppers traveled to Morgan
Park and succeeded 1n holdlng a heav1er cadet eleven scoreless for practrcally
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F'f row: . lo lcoachl. al rs, i mrxnagerj, Taylor lass't anaxzert, r. i a h
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u row: ers, Rot , Hei rmann, Forsyh, a von. Si S, H n , W serdahl, Jerome.
Thir row: Pearsall, M 5, Wes , Treadwell, Page, Walsh, Van Thorre, arper.
Second row: G. Smith, Cederwall, Franke, Wyman, Achen, Fralick, liallantyne, ApMad0c.
Firs row: Fucik, Bucklin, Davis, yhnanek tcaptainl, Annell, Tc-m lctun, c ery, ri .
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three quarters The Hllltoppers staged a game nght but the welght advantage
made offenslve endeavor dlfftcult for them Morgan Park after a serles of
marches down the f1eld whlch were contmually smothered by Elgln frnally
pushed over a touchdown late IH the thrrd per1od The score was 7 to U
OCTOBER 29 ELGIN at MOOSEHEART
After a week of rest Coach Replogle s charges traveled to the Cfty of Chtld
hood to assume the man slzed task of oppos1ng the h1g1'1ly touted Mooseheart
eleven The B1g Reds d1splayed an attack that was pohshed 1n every deta1l
the Academltes were powerless aga1nst them Badly battered the I-Illltoppers
were smothered under an avalanche of 59 polnts unable to garner a pomt
NOVEMBER 5 ELGIN at LAKE FOREST ACADEMY
A d1sputed touchdown whxch IS st1ll the subyect of debate settled the H111
toppers fmal conference attempt and resulted 1n a 6 to 0 v1ctory for Lake
Forest Elgln performed l1ke pros durrng the flrst few mlnutes of play but
drsorgamzatlon wrought havoc upon the team aga1n and the boys were
unable to get started after the fxrst pertod of play The H1lltoppers were oc
cupants of last place 1n the Conference thls season
NOVEMBER 12 SHATTUCK MILITARY ACADEMY at ELGIN
Entertamlng 1ntersect1onal opponents for thelr annual l-lomecomlng fray
the Academ1tes entered the game as underdog on the basrs of past perform
ances The contest however was one of the most thnlllng ever played tn the
Bowl Sufferrng from a bad case of fumble 1t1s durlng the flrst half Elgm
staged a comeback the last two perlods overcom1ng a 9 po1nt lead and fmally
tallxed two touchdowns enabllng them to w1n l2 to 9 The battle seemed lost
for wtth SIX mlnutes rernalnlng to play the score stood 9 to E5 tn Shattucks
favor Elgrn on a thr1ll1ng last rntnute march broke through the cadet s stub
born defense and pushed over the dec1s1ve touchdown a few mtnutes before
the f1nal gun
George Vyhnanek captamed the team and was a dependable performer at
center Bud Cedarwall dlmtnutrve but mlghty fullback ably handled hls
defenslve asslgnments Cedarwall was conslstency personlfred
Cedarwall, Franke, V 'hnane , 'man, Achen.
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Thrs year our l1ghtwe1ght team ended a most successful season w1nn1ng slx
out of the seven games played and tymg the seventh one Coach Robert
Kennedy though hampered by the small s17e of the mater1al m hrs squad
lt rally performed the rmposslble and turned out a small fast team Only a
few letter men came back to school ID the fall however the vacancres were
frlled by new men and the team emerged from the varlous melees a w1nner
Our backfreld coach Clare Farley although pres nt for only the frrst part of
the season chd wonders Wllh the few apphcants for the startrng posrtrons
The hghts opened therr season by play1ng the Chlcago Tumor School Thelr
team bemg smaller and lrghter our substrtutes made up a team on short
notrce and won the game 26 U
The second game was scheduled to be played wlth the North End Heavres
on October 8 Makmg up for last years defeat of 8 6 the lrgnts won l9 U Touch
downs were made by Walsh 1n the frrst quarter I Buckhn rn the second quar
ter Manasse 1n the fourth quarter The only convers1on was made by Walsh
The next game was played w1th Abbott hghts on Oct 22 at Maroon Freld
Elg1n won 6 O the only score belng made by Bucklrn 1n the th1rd quarter
A return game was played w1th the Abbott lxghts a few days later Ela1n
agam won 7 O Walsh made the touchdown 1n the thrrd quarter Manasse
made the extra pornt
The llghts took on the Abbott heavtes next and tred them 6 6 The Elgrn
score was made by Colten
On November 5 the llghts played the Lake Forest hghts They evened up
last years defeat of 13 U by wrnnmg l4 6
The lrghtwelghts played the1r Homecom ng game agamst B1shops Quarter
Mrhtary Academy The fmal score was 20 6 1n favor of Elgln
The ftrst team lmeup was as follows
Lonergan L E Conahan R G Manasse H B
Rayburn L T S1lverman R T Westerdahl H B
Beverly L G Putnam R E Wash F B
Sheers C Colten Q B
Other players were Glfforcl Freelcurg Bucklm Davl Wenn Bdffmgton Wlllson Newman
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i e row: Manasse, Rucklin traptainl. Beverly, Col n, aj urn, Fr e urn.
Front row: Van Dyke, Silverman, Sheers. R. Davis, Newman.
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The 1-lrlltoppers frnrshed therr 1938 39 basketball campalgn wrth an even 500
percentage for the regular playrng season Wrth only Captarn Ted Wyman
and George Vyhnanek remarnrng rn school to form the 1937 38 team Coach
Replogle was forced at the begrnnrng of the season to fmd replacements
among the sparse materral that reported for servtce After hrttmg therr mrd
season strrde the I-lrlltoppers were forced to take a two week lay off due to a
flu eprdemrc Thrs change rn schedule necessttatecl the playrng of four games
rn ten days plus part1c1pat1on 1n the lffrd Nest Prep Tournament
The combrnatron of Wyman and Forsyth at forwards provrded a sturdy
offensrve attack whrle Vyhnanek Meadows and the sophomore ace Wester
dahl handled defensrve tasks notably rm Ballantyne veteran center un
leashed an offensrve attack of hrs own as the season drew to a close and hrs
capable work rn the second Onarga and Lake Forest games was most
The Academrtes as usual entered the annual Mrdwest Prep Conference
Tournament held at Morgan Park The frrst foe to face the Orange and Black
Elgrn s second tournament conqueror frnrshed h1gh rn the consolatron bracket
The 1938 39 Sea on Re
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Todd School 16 a
Onaraa ltr r rta y S
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y 30 a E a '1
Nlogart Pak M1 aJAcaa 123a El rm
Morrrron Mrlrta y Aca mf 27 at AJ o a
Todd Scnool 20 at Elgm
Lake Forest Acade v 35 at Lake Fo e t
Onarga 1N1l1ta y School 23 at O a ga
Morgan Park Mxlrtarv A aderry 37 at lfo gan
27 Park School 38 at Noraarr Park
29 St Bede 36 at Vo a ark
w: ' ra 1 1' ff , 'rows. Si s, 'lla yirv, Forsyth, M . Replnfl fvwuhl.
w: 'I'rs-arlwell, Wcsterrluhl, Vyhxzmek, Funk, Ik-arsall, Ach n, Wy zu lr-aptaint.
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Thls year mtramural basketball was stressed Coached by Mr L1macher
the Jumor team was developed 1nto a capable organlzatlon Among the1r
toes were such teams as the Varsrty squad the I C reserves the Elgm Ama
teurs the Cook s Pubhshmg Co team St lohns Church team and the hard
frghtmg never say d1e alumnl lunror varstty as they are called was the
source from t1me to t1me ot materlal tor the vars1ty squad Such players as
Bud Treadwell Seth Slms Art Franke and Don Thackery were called from
the ranks ot the Jumor varslty to frll vacant posrtrons on the vars1ty squad
The actrve members of the squad were Franke Thackery Annell Aplvladoc
Davxs Sorg and Manasse The crowmng achlevement of the team was the
knock down drag out game w1th the alumnr who were defeated 21 to 24
The only other game won by the JUHIOTS was from the St Iohns team
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ront row llllllll Rayburn Iunds blffurwl .I H klln Londh x Iieurly
Back row: Harper. Simmun, Heiermann. Templeton. G. Smith, Gilbert, Hamlke.
Front row: Fralick. lirmvn, Jerome. Allen, Haaxren. R. Davis. Mr. Newcomer tcoachl.
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IUNIOR COLLEGE BASKETBALL
The Elgm Iunlor College basketball team emoyed the most successful sea
son 1n the h1story of the Iumor College when they grabbed oft nme vrctorres
aga1nst erght defeats Besrdes setttng a record for wmmng games the Iays
had the honor of bemg the frrst Elgm I C team to beat a school lW1C9 tn one
season they drd thts lW1C9 agarnst Aurora and Lrsle The Iays were paced
by sharpshooter Ralph Cfeldmacher who ran up a total ot l80 pomts 23 ahead
of Owen Prutzman who played splendrd basketball at guard Iack Attebery
took thrrd place m the scormg column wrth 78 po1nts Captarn Geldmacher
copped tourth wrth 76 and that lrttle flash trom Aurora Clare Farley gathered
20 counters to tmrsh trlth The team was hard hrt rn mrdseason when Tom
Reynolds acqutred an arlment and was forced to leave the lmeup Smce
Bob Geldmacher was the only sophomore on the squad the Iays should
return wlth an equally strong rf not stronger team next tall
Tho 'Now 55 El "1
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S r1r1a11eld 42 El
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Park 54 El 23 ftberel
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The tollo mng rs a summary ot the season s results
Park 35 El 1 24 Kherel
31 LaG a ae 30 Cherel
ropoav 28 El
Bac r w: Robert G ll' 'Ch , Hump, Mr. VVAlli' sun tuoacht, Rt-yrmlds, alrh 111 z1'h .
M'd e row: ' ', 21 , I. Ro . Bradley, B Ile, 'i 'ns.
Fr nt : I-'A y, R' sey, Baker, tu-hery. Sc' ' .
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Ian. 6 Evanston Colleglaie lnstitute 3l Elgin 28 Che e
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Fe' , l0 48 ., gin 33 Vtherel
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Back row Westerdahl Mees Page Walter Rayburn
Tlurd row Prallck Coach Replogle Pearsall bxms liallantyne Templeton Meadows Van Thorre
Annell S Smlth Jerome
Second row Cederwall Wyman Lonergan G Smlth H Da IS Sprxet H Bucklln Walsh Well Gxlbert
Furs! row Conahan Collins J Buckhn Wenner GMT rd Newman R Davis Van Dyke Treadwell
The 1939 track team captatned by Bob Spnet entoyed a very successful
season The boys cooperattng wtth Coach Replogle tn every way suffered
only one defeat 1n frve meets To top off thts the Htlltoppers placed a close
th1rd to St Iohns Mthtary Academys second 1n the conference meet com
petmg aga1nst e1ght other schools Ted Wyman led the team as htgh po1nt
man wtth a total of 11516 pomts Ted also captured the trophy for h1gh pomt
man tn the conference meet Wtth 173A potnts competlng agamst approxtmately
one hundred and thlrty boys Thts brought h1s total polnts of the season up
to 133 Although a large number of lettermen are graduatlng many up and
comtng track stars w111 return next year Several freshmen and sophomores
made ftne show1ngs thts year and w1ll be mam cogs for future teams Among
these are Harry Walsh a promtsmg young sprmter lack Bucklm an etghth
grader destlned to be another record breaker 1n the dashes and Bob Van
Thorre an up and comtng hurdler The year s sensatxon however was Tommy
Lonergan who exhtbtted surprlstng abtlxty ln the half m11e
The season was hampered shghtly by unfortunate 1n1ur1es Whtch forced
Harry Meadows and Henry Buckhn to drop out
May l dual meet at lvfcllenry Elgm 65Vz Mcl-lenry 201
May 6 trlangular meet at Elgtn Elgm 72 Todd 41 Onarga
May 13 dual meet at Elgm Elgm 60 Lake Forest 62
May 16 dual meet at Todd Elgm 64 Todd 33
May 20 trtangular meet at Elgtn Elgm 77 Pullman Tech 3412
May 27 Conference meet at Elgtn Lake Forest 58Vz St Iohn s
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IU NIOR COLLEGE TRACK
In tts ftrst attempt on the ctnder path for many years the Elg1n lunlor College
made a good showlng The team would undoubtedly have done better had
1t not been for 1n1ur1es to three of the star performers The worst blow came
when Tom Reynolds was forced to undergo an emergency operatlon and
could not compete 1n any of the meets lust when the season was well under
way Owen Prutzman had the m1sfortune to spraln hrs ankle and was lost to
the squad for the last three meets Bob Roth after belng the gu1d1ng llght for
the team ln the ftrst three meets pulled a muscle 1n h1s s1de and was out
for the rest of the season
The lays started off wtth a bang wrnrung a tr1angular meet at Wheaton
agalnst the Wheaton College Frosh and North Park Elg1n garnered 56 polnts
North Park 45 and Wheaton 24 The next meet vxas a dlfferent story Elg1n
and Herzl were thoroughly trounced by Wflson at Douglas Park 1n Chlcago
led by the dark flash Dusty Walker W1lson gathered a total of 78 po1nts to
29 for the lays and l9 for the Mlnskeys The feature event of that meet was
the mlle race between Bob Roth and a black cloud from Wllson Roth won
ln a photoflnlsh The lays lost the Elg1n lnvftatlonal Meet to I-lerzl by one
measly polnt If Prutz had been 1n shape Elgm could have easlly won for
Kollar of Herzl won the l2U yard h1gh hurdles tn l8 8 whtch Gwen had bet
tered every tune he had prev1ously run the event The f1nal tabulattons on
the meet were as follows Herzl 42 Elgln 41 North Park 31 and Llsle 10
The next meet scheduled was to be dual between La Grange and Elgm but Wllson
had the same date on then' schedule so the regular meet was between Wllson and
La Grange Elgln partxclpated but Just for the exerclse No hrsts were taken but Geld
macher Bolle Roth Hopp Mzller and Prutzman got a few assorted seconds and thirds
Ralph Geldmacher Lowell Mxller and Lorame Hopp were the only lays to compete tn the
state meet Ralph took a fourth 1n the pole vault and was the only local man to score
Mxller threw the platter 106 feet but lust m1ssed auahtymg Hopp competed 1n the dlscus
shot and lavelm but falled to quallfy ln any
The followmg are the tables as tar as mdxudual pomts are concerned
Roth Mrller 34 N1coloff 34
Geldmacher 41A Prutzman Bolle 12
Hopp Atterbery 2 Schmrtt 14
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Back row Van Thorr We t tmdnagerl Templeton Mr Hand lcoachb I-ranke
Front row Frallck Cedex- ll H Dans Newman Lmahan
Th1s year marked the mauguratron ot a bonahde boxmg team 1I'1SD1I'9d by
the puglhstlcally mchned pug ughes ot the campus The team handwapped
by the lack of experlence and by 1nel1g1b1l1ty had nevertheless a very success
tul season Of three meets the boys won two deteatmg the Todd School ot
Woodstock 5 to l and the Grant School of Fox Lake 6 to 2 Cn a return
match wrth Grant School our team lost 5 to l To Mr Hand coach ot the
Hrlltop boxers goes most of the credrt tor the season s success He patlently
worked to gather a squad from whlch a box1ng team mrght represent Elgm
Academy rn outsxde competrtron
Robert Van Thorre
Sy Frallck won two of hrs flghts by TKO s Harry Davxs
was the only uncle' ated Elgm ma
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The Academy tenms team at the f1rst of the year showed great prom1se
The ma1or1ty of the players were semor veterans and for the most part fast
but often erratlc The last of these characterlshcs could have been worked
out ID t1me for the tournaments had the Weather g1ven the boys a break
The team hm Ballantyne number one man Tudor ApMadoc a close sec
ond B111 Wrlson number three man Stuart S1mmon number four man the
doubles team Fred Ionas and Tom Allen These last two players are the only
ones not sen1ors Fred IS a freshman and shows exceptlonal prom1se Tom s
game IS steadrly 1mprov1ng he should advance IH grade next year
The frrst match of the year was played rn Gctober W1th the Elgm l-hgh
School The Academy won 5 3
The sprmg season started out w1th another h1gh school game 1n Apr1l The
Academy t1ed them three up
The next match was Wlth Lake Forest Academy at Lake Forest on May 6
Our boys got a trouncmg the score be1ng 7 O 1n favor of Lake Forest
The followmg match on May 10 was w1th Onarga Mrhtary Academy at
Onarga Once agam the Academy was swamped thts hme by a 3 l defeat
Our only v1ctory was 1n the doubles
May l7 the team played Morgan Park For once the Elgm Academy team
felt happy after a match for they defeated Morgan Park 5 U
Yet when our boys played the Elgm H1gh School May l9 they agam met
defeat 4 l
May 25 the team went to Morgan Park and came home wlth a 5 4 VICYOIY
May 26 the day for the decrsrve conference matches at Lake Forest there
IS httle to be sa1d for our boys They s1mply were not rn shape and were
ehmmated mostly oy the slow steady play1ng of the1r opponents
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GIRLS ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
Thls athlet1c soclety cons1sts ot nearly all the glrls 1n the Academy It was
formed for the purpose ot fostermg 1nterest 1n all types ot sports Pomts for
awards are g1ven 1n orgamzed as Well as 1n unorgamzed act1v1t1es Thls year
the organ1zed sports rncluded held hockey 1n the fall volleyball basketball
and swlmrnmg 1n the wmter and sprmg sports such as deck tenms baseball
archery and tenn1s
The assoclatlon has sponsored several soc1al act1v1t1es early 1n the tall a
p1cn1c scavenger hunt to whrch all g1rls 1nterested 1n the orgamzatlon were
1nv1ted later 1n the fall a hay r1de followed by a dance 1n the gym whlch
was decorated wlth corn stalks and pumpkms and 1n the sprmg a steak fry
1n Trout Park to wh1ch boys were 1nv1ted
The awards whlch the g1rls work tor are g1ven on a po1nt bas1s those w1n
nlng 200 pomts recelve numerals 500 pomts letters 800 polnts pms 1000
polnts 1ackets Awards th1s year numerals Deborah Wllder Carol Colhng
bourne Margaret Colhngbourne M1r1am Iacobs Martha Freeburg Ann Ladd
Helen Healey and Henr1etta Watts Letters Ioan McBr1de lane Prlnty Ahce
Knlght Plns Marlon Bonm lackets Carol Healey Mary Colhngbourne
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i e row: Free urfz. C. Collinfzbo rne, Printy, Margare ' ou , a i , . e l .
Front row: Mr-Bride, Ronin, Mary Collingbourne, Redeker, C. Healey, Jencks, Ladd.
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GEORGE VYHNANEK George used hrs l85 lbs very advantageously durrng
football Thrs brg Berwyn lad fortrfred the front lrne and led the team through
the season as captarn George also played guard rrr basketball wrth abrlrty
and drstrngurshed hrmself rn the ravelrn and shot put rn track
PAUL CEDARWALL Although one of the smallest men on the squad Bud
was rn practrcally every play When not rnterceptrng enemy passes he cracked
the opponents lrne wrth yard garnrng plunges Paul was one of the most
plucky athletes ever to don an Academy unrforrn He later became a remark
able boxer and establrshed hrmself as a sprrnter rn track
IAMES BALLANTYNE Trm developed rnto an accomplrshed pass snagger last
season hrs trmely work rn thrs respect placed the Hrlltoppers rn many scorrng
posrtrons Hrs end wrll be a drffrcult post to frll next season frm lrkewrse blos
somed out rn mrd season rn basketball as a scorrng threat ln tennrs he was
usually a wrnner ln track he developed rnto a remarkable hurdler settrng a
new school record rn the hrgh hurdles
ARTHUR FRANKE Although Art drdn t go rn for flashrness one was conscrous
that he was always rn the game A vrcrous blocker and able ball toter Art
wrll be mrssed next fall
CHARLES ANNELL Devotrng hrs extra trrne to athletrcs Charlre completed
hrs thrrd year as a member of the varsrty A dependable guard Chuck could
usually be found near the bottom of the prle ln track he took part rn the shot
put He led the Major E Club through a successful year
TED WYMAN Ted was handrcapped by rnjurres rn several of the crucral
games but thrs drdnt seem to slow hrm down He was hrgh pornt man rn
football Hrs 80 yard punt rn the Shattuck game wont be forgotten He was
captarn and hrgh scorer rn basketball ln track he turned rn a remarkable
record tyrng the l00 yard dash record of l0 sec and berng trmed at 22 9 rn
NORMAN ACHEN Norm rn football handled erther end or back posrtrons lrke
a veteran Hrs experrence and frght was a great asset to the team and hrs pres
ence wrll be sorely mrssed next year He also belonged to the basketball squad
HENRY BUCKLIN Buck rs not the rugged type of player but he manages
to frll a tackle posrtron very capably Unfortunately Hank was handrcapped
by rnyurres durrng several of the frays near the end of the season and hrs
absence weakened the lrne Hrs rll luck followed hrm rnto track forcrng hrm
to wrthdraw from the squad
GEORGE EUCIK George played half back several games untrl rt was found
that he had possrbrlrtres as an end After berng shrfted he became an out
standrng defense man
WALLACE TEMPLETON Stoop experrenced a season of ups and downs Un
able to get started rn the early part of the schedule Stoop garned momentum
and clrmaxed hrs career Wrth a frne Homecomrng performance He was also num
ber one swrmmer heavywerght boxer and a hurdler and relay man rn track
HANS MEES Gettrng Hans mad was one of the Coach s greatest problems
Berng a good natured baker boy Hans found rt drffrcurt to drslrke anyone but
once hrs rre was aroused he could open a hole rn the opponents lrne brg
enough to drrve hrs fathers bakery truck through Three years of hard work
Nrth the drscus has found Hans dorng thrngs rn track
ROBERT SPRIET A rack of all posrtrons and master also Bob Bartletts
grft to the Academy played practrcally every posrtron on the team durrng hrs
sorourn at Elgrn Never was a posrtron vt eakened when Bob took over A good
drstance man rn track he crowned hrs Academy career as captarn of the
1939 track team
HARRY TREADWELL Rrsrng but a mere fr fe feet from Mother Earth and
trpprna the scales at only 120 pounds Bud has rn hrs d mrnutrve frame all the
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hls tracks and the harder they htt the better he llked 1t Harry w1ll have two
more seasons of competrtron He played forward IH basketball In track he
was chlef tramer
HARRY DAVIS After a three year struggle Harry pal of everyone and enemy
of none hnally was able to rule hrs feet and became one of the rehables of
the football team A capable and successful boxer and a 440 man rn track
WILLIAM WEST The handy man of school act1V1t1es also was the handyman
of the football held Able to play any l1ne pos1t1on Btll flattened many enemy
ball carr1ers behlnd therr own l1ne of scrlmmage He was head manager IH
basketball and assrstant 1n track
BURTON PEARSALL A new man and a valuable one Burt needs only a
httle experlence to make a hrst rate athlete
GAGE SMITH Gage was a valuable veteran member of the H1lltop eleven
Old man lnel1g1b1l1ty caught up with h1m before the Homecomlng game hls
servlces were mrssed ln th1s crucral contest Gage was the star dlver on the
swlmmlng team and the pole vaulter 1n track
TUDOR APMADOC D1splay1ng consrderable natural ab1l1ty and speed Tudor
was able to play some rn the last games of the season He was a smooth tennls
player and belonged also on the track squad
ROBERT EORSYTI-I Bob played some football rn the fall but found a greater
rnterest IH basketball where he was a forward
TOM LONERGAN Tom was an end on the hghtwetght football team and a
center on the pony basketball team In track he made an amazxng 1mprove
ment coverrng the half m1le 1n several races 1n 210 forcastmg a brllhant
future ln track for h1m
mg at forward and guard He had an excellent start IH track but was forced
to wrthdraw because of an 1n1ury
DONALD THACKERY Though a capable and brllhant football player hls
progress was contmually 1mpa1red by 1nel1g1b1l1ty In track he developed 1nto
an up and comrng wexght man
HARRY WALSH Harry made a ftne beg1n"11ng as halfback 1n football but h1s
crown1ng achtevement was ln track as a sprmter where he was number two
spnnter and a member of the relay team He has three years of compet1t1on
ahead of hmm
OTTO WEIL Otto played halfback on the hghtwerght team and achleved
conslderable fame as a sprmter and relay man ln track
ED WESTERDAHL Ed made remarkable progress 1n basketball but found
hlmself somewhat 1ncapac1tated by 1nel1g1b1l1ty In track he served as student
manager and d1d a commendable 1ob
IACK BUCKLIN lack possesses a remarkable burst of speed and has an ex
cellent head on h1m He was a stalwart 1n hghtwelght football basketball
and track He was honored as freshman captaln 1n track and football
HAROLD MANASSE Harold proved hlmself a speedy back ln football a
capable guard ln basketball and rn track dld remarkably well wlth the dlscus
FRED IONAS Fred was a flrst strlnger on the hghtwelght basketball team
and on the tennls team
KENNETH GIEEORD Ken was the stalwart center of the hghtwelght basket
ball team and a rehable dlstance man on the freshman track team
IOHN COLLINS Iohn d1d a frne Job as a hghtwelght football guard a bas
ketball guard and as a we1ght man tn track
TOM COLTEN Torn showed ab1l1ty 1n football as quarterback and as for
ward 1n basketball
HARRY MEADOWS-He loomed up as a brilliant star- in basketball, alternat-
Top row Joe A Conro tdeceasedl Ned Joslyn Charles A Loomls of Dundee James Drlscoll f
Gilbert C nracl Hlbheler J lcoachl
Third row l' ank H MPD nxli Dr Charles Gruld of Illy lake fdecea edl Harry Wil on
Second row Fe rue M1Q een M4Queen J hn C Arclay captain! Charle rnflck
McQuen tiered edl
FIRST FOOTBALL TEAM 1892
Through the courtesy of Mr Iohn C Barclay who had been a student ot the
Academy 1n the early nmetles and also asslstant mstructor ln manual tramma
we are able to reproduce a photograph o' the or1g1nal football team of Elgm
Academy It was probably the txrst team 1n lll1no1s to make use of the oblate
sphe o1dal shaped ball that was requned ln the new type ot game then be1ng
developed among eastern colleges Also note the type ot cap that was part
ot the unltorm
Knowledge of football was brought to Elgln by Mr Conrad Hlbbeler who
was at that tlme teacher ot manual tramlng and German at the Academy He
served as unott1c1al coach
Durmg that penod also was engendered a great deal ot school sp1r1t Whlch
'namtested 1tselt ln the adoptlon ot the school colors orange and black and
of a school yell and 1n the Wr1t1ng of the Words of the song On the Banks ot
the Qld Rwer Fox The song was wntten under the gu1dance ot Mr George
B Bergen teacher ot mathematlcs and SCISHCG who organxzed a very tlounsh
mg glee club whlch Went about the nearby country g1v1ng concerts
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Back row Ml Qall-xhury Wxlder Jac b Watts Knmht Hansen P Collmgzbrurne Miss Schaeffer
Middle row Prlnty L C lllngh urnc Preelu 1. B Flfft rd M rgnret CIllll1L,h urn Parkin H Healey
Thts year the Ae1chs have strtven to conquer the problem of mterference
by other extra currtcular act1v1t1es As there were only three home football
games the grrls had d1ff1CUlfY rn acqumng the1r usual proftts from candy sales
However they remarned undaunted by thts fact when preparlng for thelr
annual formal dance a 11ttle economy was necessary but unnotxceable Later
1n the year they sponsored a pot luck supper tn the bungalow for 1un1or and
senlor dormltory boys lt proved very popular ln return for the many hours
therr mothers had spent tn prepanng food for the pot luck suppers the Ae1chs
were hostesses at a tea for them on May 12 Thts completed the socral season
The two successful presldents for the centenntal year were Carol Healey and
Mary Collxngbourne Carol prestded the hrst semester and Mary the second
Ruth Iencks was a capable treasurer and Margaret Redeker secretary
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Middle row Rathxon Ac-hen F anke Annell Vx hnanek Sprlet Well
Front row Cedervsall Ballantxne H BuLklm 'lempleton Mee C' Smlth H Dans
MAIOR E CLUB
The Major E Club IS composed of athletes who have Won thelr malor letter
1n any of the three major sports football basketball or track
Of the slxteen members belongtng last lune ten returned to school 1n
September These elected Charles Annell presldent Gage Smtth secretary
and Henry Bucklln treasurer Among the club s OCl1V1ll9S was the prolect of
maklng money enough to present the school wlth a worthwhlle permanent
grft The gift declded upon Was a 16mm sllent movte projector
The f1rst soclal event sponsored by the E Club was Club Varslty whtch
took on the a1r of a n1ght club Wlth tables a oar and an orchestra lt betng
Thanksgxvlng season the club added a turkey raffle
Followmg the football season the new members accepted were Paul Cederwall George
Fuc1k Iames Ballantyne and Otto Well Cmanaqerb Dunng the year busmess meettngs
were held monthly IH the evemng at the bungalow and refreshments served After the
basketball season Harry Meadows was brought lnto the club Other athletes Won thexr
ma1or letters ln one of the malor sports but were not selected as members of the club for
failure to meet the requlrements of the Mayor E Club Creed statement of whlch follows
The members of the Mayor E Club must strxve ahead tn athlettcs and scholarshlp They
must keep good tramlng rules and seek perfectlon of the sports 1'1 whtch they parttclpate
They must be loyal to the E Club and uphold 1ts h1gh standards of cmzenshxp Each
member must try to be a leader 1n school by adhermg to the rules by playlng an actlve
part rn the act1v1t1es and by always showmg ct spmt of good fellowshxp and sportsmanshxp
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Back row Phrlllp lu cr Hddpren 'ldylm r
Third row H Heals-N 'VI S hxetfcr S Smith .Ima H Bucklln
Second row Marx C llx Ll urns. VS llrlu' We L Rezlckmr Mvcllrule
ront row xx Healey Hun mn Iirnwn
Due to a large lncrease m membersh1p the Dramatxc Club has become one
of the largest and most actlve organ1zat1ons on the campus lt was fortunate
m procur1ng new curtams and backdrops for the stage whlch added much to
the1r productlons Thrs years new members rnclude Charles Ph1ll1ps Wesley
Ptper Paul Haagen Iacfc Taylor Stanley Sm1th Fred Ionas Deborah Wxlder
Rxchard McCornack Nancy Hansen and Crawford Brown
Good Kxng Wenceslaus Decerrb r 10 a one act musrcal Chrxstmas play Cast Mary
Collmgbourne Ioan McB rde Bonnre McBnde Carol Healey Barbara W1llson Nancy
Hansen Helen Healey Margaret Redeker Ruth Iencks Allce Kmght Syb1lPark1n Karen
Ely Ann Ladd Martha F eeburg Coached bv Mrs Parlan
Smrth Kenneth Glfford Debby Wrlder Ray Newman Brll Wenner lack Bucklm Bxll Free
burg Nrclc Buffmgton Vrctor Shoyvalte Coached by Mr and Mrs Hand
Through tne Keyhole Ap tl 2l a naal th ee act play Cast Carol Healey Harry Dav1s
Helen Healey Pa 1 Hoaaen I a Iv'cB1de Tom Allen lack Taylor Margaret Redeker
Coached by M1 Schaeffer
Pagmg lv' Tweedy Aprll 28 o edy o er Cast Martha Freeburg Crawford
B vvn Iaclc le or' F Iona An Ladd Stanley Smlth Mrrxarr Iacobs Coached by
M s Parlu
Subrne ged Ap 1l 28 a on a t f agecly C t Cha les Phlllzps Gage Smtth Crawford
Brown Vlesl y Prper Wallace Terrplet n Brll West Coached by Mrs Parkln
Buddy Buys a Orchrd Apnl 28 a one act fa ce Cast Dxck McCornack Ioan McBr1de
Debby Vlfrld r St art Srrrrron Ixancy Han Coacned by Mrs Parkm
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"The Horror Walks"-April 14-a lower school production. Cast: Arthur Biddle, Rush
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Back row O Sulllwan We t, Jer me Harper Mr N mer All n Walters Ha Lex
Tlurd row Well Wllder C Culllnpzb ne lark n Ja l Rec ek r l Cullngl urne Knight
Second row Lonergan Preeburg Raybur lrxnt 1 ex Han Ln rdnke Jun.-1 rg, C llmyl lrne
The centenmal year s chor1sters have appeared successfully several txmes
before varlous audlences The boys and glrls sang as separate groups at
Homecommg The g1rls club gave a short recltal at the l.owr1e School dur1ng
a PTA meetmg shortly before Chrrstmas and also were on the Academy
Chrlstmas program Late 1r1 the school year they sang at the concert as drd
the combmed club Both aaam sana at commencement
Mr Newcomer dlrector of the glee clubs has smoothed out many dxfhcultles
whlch confronted dlrectors m the past few years Wrth the help of Mary Col
lmgbourne the presxdent of the club he has estabhshed a good foundahon
for future groups
An orchestra of about stx members was formed late rn the year The mem
bers were Mary Collmgbourne Carol Collmgbourne Donald Van Rrper Otto
Well Tom Lonergan and Harry Meadows Mr Newcomer also dlrected a
mlxed quartet cons1st1ng of Mary Collmgbourne loan McBr1de Harry Davrs
and Arthur Franke
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Front row: Hr Healey, Van Dyke, Uunin, Ballantyne, Mary Collimglmurne, Sims, Ladd, H. Davis, C. Healey.
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The Student Councrl IS a dehberatrve body wh1ch presents student problems
and op1n1ons to the faculty and to the headmaster Among lts GCllV1llSS are the
a1d1ng rn d1sc1pl1ne and the sponsormg of school prolects lts rnernbersh1p con
srsts ol seven upper classrnen four sen1ors and three 1un1ors elected by the
student body The members for 1938 39 are Margaret Redeker Wallace Tern
pleton Carol Healey Charles Annell loe Cheney Burton Pearsall lack Page
Offlcers Margaret Redeker pres1dent and Ioe Cheney secretary
Annell, Cheney, Page, Relleker, Templeton, Pvarsall, C. Healey. Mr. Leinlmr-h.
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Back row Mr Perry M Ruth MLC rnack Johns n H Dans G Smith Wlllun A bers La en e
Middle C Healey Kmght C lten M Freeburg L nergan Jacobs I Collmgbourne C Collmgbourne
Fro t row H Healey We t Robt Celdmacher Redeker Marx Lollxngbourne Tayl r Bonm Jenck
The Orange and Black the paper wh1ch IS ed1ted every two weeks durlng
the school year supphes the student body the parents and the alumm wrth
the new and events of the Academy lt has been ahve for many years and
st1ll reta1ns lts lmportant posltron The stall of the paper th1s year has worked
d1l1gently to make the paper a success Durlng the soc1al season the statt
sponsored a bullet supper dance 1n the gyrnnaslum Much of the success of
the paper was due to the efforts of Margaret Redeker who has been edltor ln
chlef for two years She has been able to keep the Orange and Black up to
1ts hlgh standards only through the hne cooperatlon ot her staff
Editor Margaret Fledeker
ASS1SlOHl Edxtor Mary Collmgbourne
I C Edl or Robert Geldmacher
Sports Edrtor lack Taylor
Busmess Manager B111 West
C1fCUlGl1Ol"A Manager Carol Healey Maman Bomn
I C Reporters
ORANGE AND BLACK
Back row Wrlknn Robert Fellmather J hn n Rdlrh Celdmacher Mr Punch G Smith H Davls
Middle row Lnlten Watts Mr Hand Marx L lllnplrurne
The year book IS a source of great enjoyment 1n that rt serves ln later years
as a remmder of school days All the act1v1t1es athletlc and soctal are repre
sented 1n 1ts pages to freshen the memory Th1s centennlal 1ssue also takes a
br1ef look back one hundred years The H11ltop IS therefore an lmportant
Academy publlcatton and requtres a great deal of work to produce 1t Due to
the small student body 1t IS hard to get together a staff that can devote all 1ts
t1me to the year book project The ed1tors hope that you Wxll flnd thelr efforts
as shown between these covers an acceptable record of the school year
Co ed1tors Carol Healey Robert Kalsow
Subscnpttons Tom Colten Charles Phtlhps
Faculty Advxser Mr M B Frnch
r Seth Slms Ir Mr F I Hand
Typlst Stuart S1mmon
Mary Coll1ngbourne Gerald Wtlktns
Ioan MCBY1d6 Ralph Geldmacher
Iacxc Taylor Helen Healey
Hen retta Watts Gage Smith
Nlrlam lacobs Kenneth Gifford
Harry Dav1s Tom Lonergan
Robert Geldrrache Tom Allen
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Front row: Kalsow. H. Healey, Simmon. C. Healey. K. Gifford, J. Mcliridv, T. Allen, Taylor, Peursall.
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For the fxrst tlme 1n the hlstory of the Academy a boy scout troop has been
organrzed The venture 1S so new that 1t has not yet a strong foothold The
orlgrnal plan was for blweekly meetings to be held on Tuesday evemngs but
other act1v1t1es made 1t necessary to change to Thursday Mr Kennedy lS the
scoutmaster and Mr Bauer the asslstant scoutmaster
The frrst rneetlng was held on Tuesday February 21 The f1rst tenderfoot
badge was awarded to Tommy Lonergan at the thlrd meet1ng the second to
Ray Newman not long afterwards Dur1ng the frrst meetlngs the elementary
rules were learned
The troop went on a hrke on Apnl 22 to the forest preserve at Tyler Creek
The boys carned nothlng but kmves and axes the food was provlded by the
school At thls tune the boys were taught how to bulld a flre uslng two
matches the proper use of the kmfe and ax and how to cook over an open f1re
The membershlp of the Elgln Academy troop IS
Eagle scouts Fucxk Colten
Lrfe scout S1mmon
Star scout Frallck
FlfSl class scouts Beverly Freeburg Achen
Tenderfoot scouts Newman Conahan R Davrs Van Dyke Lonergan Walters
S Smlth Ionas Wenner Rayburn
Bac row: w n, a urn, . vis, a ers, Mr. n, , o as, Bev r , unahan, an 0.
Front row: S. Smith, Simmon, Achen, Colten, Fralick, Lunergan, Freeburg.
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Back row Fur yth Fuclk Gxlbert Graf S Smith Bdllantxre H Davxs Kan Rtper M Roth Westerdahl
:rd row er me Mee .age D Sxmm n R yburn Walte -4 A Wxllson Ionergun
Second row Newman Manu-4 e Ixper ArMadu1 I-r lm k Vnn Dx ke Cc nahan Jonas Pear-mall Treadwell
Late 1n Ianuary after a lapse ot nearly three years Coach Replogle re
orgamzed the Elgm Academy Nature Club At the f1ISt meet1ng Charles Annell
was elected pres1dent and George Vyhnanek secretary treasurer The mem
bers dec1ded that the meetlngs should be held on every Tuesday even1ng and
that the dues should be ten cents
Weekly programs cons1sted of presentmg hlrns on plant and ammal hte or
travelogues of dltferent countrles An addxhonal p1cture and one of the most
1nterest1ng of the entlre year was The Rrver a story of the begmmng and
end1ng of the M1ss1ss1pp1 Some ot the other hlms xncluded Ammals of the
Natlonal Parks ZIOH Natlonal Park Cougar Huntlng and many other
types equally as mterestlng
Speakers from among the students and faculty varxed the programs Wllh
talks on the1r own personal expenences w1th nature Wesley Plper talked on
Central Amerlca Norman Achen on some ot the Natlonal Parks and Harold
Manasse on Yellowstone Durmg most of the meetmgs Mr Replogle told the
Club many thlngs from hlS knowledge of nature and explalned the d1fterent
At the last meetlng of the year members are to be p esented wlth dxplomas
showlng that they are members of the Elgm Academy Nature Club
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C. Healey. Achen.
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NATIONAL WATCH COMPANY
PHOTO ENGRAJING CO
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