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foreword J[o recall memories of our school « to portray activities of an advancing M. T. H. S. - and to visualize the possibilities of the future, is the pur- pose of this, our Senior Booster. VIRGINIA RUSSETT NORMA HALL EARL PATTERSON Editor-in-Chief Associate Editor Business Manager
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JUNE 1934 SEN I O R BOOSTER Published by JUNE 1934 SENIOR CLASS Manual Training High School INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA Entered as second-class matter March 30, 1912, at Indianapolis, Indiana under Act of March 3, 1879
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E. H. KEMPER McCOMB — Our leader and school idol throughout our four inspiring years at Manual. His " carry- ing on " spirit lias been an inspiration for which we are grateful. BERTRAM SANDERS — " There is some thing about Mr. Sanders, something about his manner that we like, like, like (played to the tune of his favor- ite song). " King of the Red House " and vice-principal. C. M. SHARP — " King of the While House " and an efficient one, too. One of our two popular vice-principals. He listens to our troubles with sympathe- tic interest. JOHN WOERNER — His Majesty, the president of our class. Speed and alertness make up for his size. Senior student manager. Ticket agent. Pres- ident of Radio and Camera Clubs. Roines. MARTIN O ' NEILL — Our eminent vice- president. One of our veteran debat- ers. Dubbed " Curley Locks " by class play cast. Top-Tenner. Sold lots of tickets. Odd Number Club. Roines. JESSIE LEVIN — Besides being secretary of our class, she was the adorable heroine in the class play. " Snow White. " Member of the regular Boost- er staff of which she was editor-in- chief last semester. Book and French Clubs. EUGENE WAUL — There is something nliout " Arab " that we all like. An athlete of no mean ability; starred in basketball, football and tennis. Class treasurer. Roines. VIRGINIA RUSSETT — " Our editor " has a beautiful ambition to be dignified, but she is just " good ole Ginny " to us. Recognition in the newspaper world seems to be her goal. Will-maker. chairman of Class Day, and president of the Book Club. Masoma. EARL PATTERSON — The capable busi- ness manager of the Senior Booster. Another boy who knows a good school; he transferred here from Tech. Hip, hip horray, he likes " Quee. " LVGILE DAVIS — Best little scenery painter that ever hit Manual. Always seen and heard with her " co-snooper, " Ginnie. Art Editor of Senior Booster. Book Club and associate editor of the weekly Booster. Masoma. DONALD WAGENER — Seems very ser- ious about Charlotte. Star center on basketball team. First man on tennis team. What about, " Feet? " Class historian. Forum Club. Roines. HELEi FECHTMAN — This Helen is our tennis champ; she ' s a wizard at it. Class prophet. President of G. L. M. and H. Y. S. Vice-president of Masoma. JOHN HAYES — A gentleman who prefers Helen. " Prince Florimond " in Snow White. Captain of the band. President of the Roines. Booster agent. Pep band. Military and German Clubs. MISS ARDA KNOX — Our friend ana ideal. We have all enjoyed and prof- ited from those heart to heart talks during roll call. Sponsor of the Ro- ines. MR. G R. CLAYTON — Our congenial roll room teacher. Kindness and patience are just two of the best words that de- scribe him. Ask Mr. Clayton about the " Harem. "
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