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p% s " ' V JIAMTA ABBAM — Juanita hasn ' t been at Manual for four years, because she started out at Southport. Interested in nursing, but has decided to be a stenographer. Secretary of Y section Junior Red Cross. ANNA ADLEB — A sure " Whiz " in Miss Hunter ' s history class. Anna aspires to go to I. U. and then become a journalist. Tis said that she has many outside interests. MORRIS ABLER — Talks only when you make him, but the reason is that he is always studying. Likes electrical engineering and physiography. JAMES ALLANSON — Gym is Jim ' s middle name. He likes it that well. President of the Boys ' Gym Club, maker of its emblem and a collector of three Frenzel Medals. CHARLES ARTHUR — Chess and checkers occupy his mind. What a game for a he-man! One of those fellows that are mites but mighty. Composition didn ' t hit the spot with him. Likes dark haired girls. MARJORIE AYKES — This demure girl de- sires to be a stenographer. Likes tennis and swimming and reads a great deal. What a life for a wealthy person! Luck to you. Business Girls ' Club. HOLLA BAKER — Rolla is a constant " once a week " attendant of Manual. Is a very quiet type of person and always hates to recite. What he is interested in, we don ' t know. ( Neither does he. ) HKiH ALONZO BALDWIN — Not outstand- ing for brilliance in his studies, not promin- ent for his participation in athletic and social activities, but possessed of fine qualities which count much in life. MARGARET BARKER — History and litera- ti! re are the two things that take up most of Margaret ' s time. Her disposition and her sweet, maybe we should say " refreshing quietness " make her a delightful girl. MARIE BARNES — One of Mr. Moffat ' s prize students. Marie has the flashing eyes that go with a snappy smile. She seems to create consternation in the lunch room. Member of the motto committee. ROSE ELLEN BERVDT — Just leave it up to Rosie to start something — and finish it. Her middle name is FUN. She ' s in for everything and gets a big kick out of whatever she does. " Babe " is her best pal. Masoma. ELIZABETH BEYL — Always has a smile for everyone. Since sewing is her favorite past- time, she wants to become a famous design- er of exclusive gowns. LOUISE BOUBGONNE — Miss VandenBrook ' s one big problem. And how! Known for that inimitable giggle. Keith ' s is visited by Louise and the boy friend every Saturday night. Masoma. JOHN BOWMAN — John ' s ambition is to be- come a detective or traveling salesman. He favors outdoor sports, chiefly boxing, swim- ming and hunting. Has collected several Frenzel Medals. HOPE BROWN — Hope just bubbles over with personality, pep and prettiness. Some description, but it fits her to a " T " and maybe we should say " M " . Masoma. RALPH BROWN — He plans on owning a big business so he can play golf every morning and take a trip around the world. Some plans, we ' ll say. He vas zee ' andsum crook in zee class play. Roines. NORBERT BUCKLEY — Took journalism and got " A " on an editorial. Now he thinks he ought to be the editor of one of the city papers. VICTORIA CALDERON — Vivacious " Vicky " ' has a smile for everybody and is always seen with Rebecca. Writes fine short stories for the Odd Number Club. — Four
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E. H. KEMPER McCOMB — His aspiration for high ideals has been deeply fused into the characters of the members of this class. Stresses fair play, honesty and frankness. Principal. C. M. SHARP — One of the most respected men at Manual. His soft, calm voice has a remarkable way of minimizing a student ' s troubles, difficulties and misfortunes. Vice- principal. BERTRAM SANDERS — Manual comes first in the mind of this energetic leader. Under his stern exterior is a friend, ever ready to come to the aid of those who need his assist- ance. Vice-principal. JACK HIATT — Our handsome class president at whom we can, and do point with pride, because he is the first four-letter man to em- erge from Manual in a long time. He has, however, escaped cupid ' s arrows. DOROTHY WINEMAN — Our charming secre- tary, and popular, too. Dot is liked by every- one who knows her, and she seems to like everyone. HERBERT SCHWOMEYER — Knows how ic sway a crowd whether he ' s on the gridiron, hardwood or stage. At Shortridge he ' s known as the play-boy of Manual. Under- studies Jack as vice-president. AXGELO ANGELOPOLOUS — Angie thought of becoming a jeweler with all his Top Ten pins. Class treasurer and president of the Roines and Journalist Clubs. Sports editor of the Senior Booster. JUD JORDAN — The historian of our class and oh, how the seniors make history! Goes in for strawing in a systematic way. Must go in for night life in a big way because he al- ways looks sleepy. Roines. ROMANIOUS ALVEY — A small boy of Manual who goes in for model T Fords. Composed the Ivy Day song and had a part in the Ivy Day program. He has been the life of many parties — and classes. VERLIN HERSKBERGEK — Played the part of " Captain Applejack " in the class play. Likes to drive Edna ' s roadster around — with Edna by his side. Feature editor of Booster staff. Roines. Art Club. GOLDIE PARDO — Her name is certainly de- ceiving, for Goldie is no blonde. Black wavy hair and snappy black eyes are Goldie ' s. She was the cute Poppy in the class play. Has a host of male followers. Masoma. HERSCHELL HINKLEY — " Sarazen Hink- ley " . His pet delight is breaking 100 on the links. Statistician for weekly Booster. Start- ed out as yell leader but for some unknown reason dropped this activity. Journalists Club. ROBERT CROUCH — " Three Points " has been the very capable sports editor for the week- ly Booster and is associate editor for our Senior Booster. Is a superb golfer. Roines. DOROTHY NEWEL — " Dot, " the beautiful girl with the pretty blue eyes. Candidate for May Queen, and editor of the weekly Boost- er. Dot got gray hairs jumping her personals committee — or are they blonde? Masoma. WILLIAM TAYENOR — Head of the outside Senior Booster sales. Bill is interested in track, science and especially Hilda. Chess and Checker Club. Roines. C. R. CLAYTON — His precise, mathematical manner of directing and organizing members of 135 has helped to make our class one of the outstanding in the annals of Manual. Roll room sponsor. CHARLES JOHNSTON — To him was given the responsibility of editing our senior Booster, and no one could have done a more thorough job. Bound for big things. Asso- ciate editor of the weekly Booster. Roines. ARDA KNOX — Ours is only one of the twenty-five senior classes which have profited from the timely advice of Miss Knox. Fac- ulty sponsor. Three — w «% f! -! ■ s 2 r-,
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JEi CAMMACK — Jep came to us from way down thar in Owenton, Kentucky. Has nor been in the city long but has secured a job already. LEONARD CAMBELL — " Speedy " , the croon- ing punter on the football squad, has served loyally for four years. He does many things — plays in the band, sings and takes part in amateur fights. ROSEMARY CARNEY — Her ears ring every once in a while, but, my children, ' tis really the wedding bells that are to tinkle in June. Oh, that personality! Business Girls ' Club. Masoma. HELEN COHEN — She rates a smile from Sam every time he sees her. That ' s probably the reason he grins throughout their entire liter- ature class the filth period. FRANKLIN COOK — " Cookie " is one of the wise-crackers of our class. He seems to be at his best in Mr. Barnhart ' s bookkeeping class. Can be told anywhere by his laugh. OLA COONFIELD — Another of Manual ' s very attractive blondes who disproved the theory " beautiful but dumb " with her high grades. Always seen with Emily or Ruth. CATHERINE want to be a nursin school CORDELL — Catherine must nurse, for she takes her home seriously. Is very quiet around Ithough we never see much of her. SOL CRASH, — Divides his time between " courting " a lovely Shortridge lady and working at Kirschbaum Center. Seems to like Cincinnati for some unknown reason. Is a good dancer. EMERY CREEKBAUM — One of Coach Ank- enbrock ' s mainstays. Has " raised the dust " on cross country and track team for two years. If he doesn ' t have Alma in his V-8, he has her in his wallet. Member of Roines, Gym and Art Clubs. RAY CURLEE — This black-haired Romeo traveled all the way from Hamilton, Ohio, to finish his high school education with us. He is a real chemistry flash. HELEN DAVIS — The petite girl with such a cheery smile. Finds big attractions outside of school, and they ' re not her lessons. Helen surely possesses an artistic mind. Masoma. Ll ' LA DAVIS — The other half of Helen. No, they ' re not twins or even sisters. Seems quiet in school, but still water runs deep. Masoma. ALMA DE BAUN — Inseparable from " Sis " . and such a team. Alma is really and truly the Ginger Rogers of our class. The ballroom re- ceives much of her attention on Friday nights. Masoma. HOWARD DEER — Howard was one of Coach Painter ' s consistent pluggers, playing on the football team for four years. Served as a stage hand under Mr. Finch during the last semester. Can usually be found with Bob Leachiiiiin. A former member of the Rod and Refl Club. EDITH DeMUNBRIN — Edith goes to school to learn. Takes her lessons seriously. Dis- plays her talent in those interesting short stories of the Odd Number Club. EDXA DONAHUE — Was one of Mr. Clayton ' s special helpers and a good one, too. Edna belongs to the family of those famous Dona- hue sisters who graduated from Manual and have made names for themselves. FRED DUECKER — The one man about Man- ual that has a car and drives it to school. But that isn ' t the only reason girls fall down stairs looking at Fred, for he has blonde hair and the build to go with it. Roines. ESTHER DUNHAM — Esther has surely been a lucky girl, for she has had hours that were about one through four ever since she start- ed in school. This schedule gives her plenty of time to walk around town. Fire — _i i 3 er r ' _-.
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