Eugene High School - Eugenean Yearbook (Eugene, OR)
- Class of 1932
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A record of o modern pil-
grimage afraught, not, with
the hardshipifwhigh pug pioi-,X -
neer fathers endured, but
with the untold advantages
which we enioy because of
their vision, their heroism
and their faith in the future
of this Oregon country.
Published by the Student Body of
EUGENE HIGH SCHOOL,
To qou wl1om ll1e communilq deliqlnls lo lwonor os if
endeovors flwouqlu o series ol poqeonls lo enslwrine
qour memorq in our lrneorfs - - -
To qou wl1o loolfed loword o lneller counlrq, llcld
ll1e will lo slrive,ll1ecouroqe lo dare ond llwe slrenqllw
lo endure - - -
To qou, men and women ol ll1e slronq lweorf ond
llwe willinq l1und wlwo lrollowed ll1e5unsel-I-rail ond
secured lor us llwe lrlessinqs wl1icl1 we enjoq lodclq- -
To qou we dedicole ll1is Boolf - - -
To ll1e Oregon Dioneers
Caressed by whispering fronds of swaying elms
Whose branches cast long fingers of green shade
Across the paler velvet of her lawns
Our Alma Mater stands a monument
To what we are, and what we hope to be.
The flowering shrubs that lean against her walls
Now strung with starry petals or with drops
Of gleaming scarlet berries in the fallw
How many are the memories they have caught
And blow to us like kisses down the years
While ivy, clinging close like silver thoughts
Of those that love her, binds her to our hearts.
-Juliette Claire Gibson.
Almost a century ago a period of migration
began in our country as the East moved toward
the West and the slogan became "Go West." The
pioneers who crossed the plains in oxen-drawn
covered wagons, endured untold hardships. These
sturdy people opened up the West, built homes, de-
veloped the resources, and established schools that
their children might be educated.
The spirit of the pioneer lives still and pos-
terity carries on the work begun by him. The
trails which he crossed with long, slow caravans
are now broad highways upon which pass auto-
mobiles, and above fiy the aeroplanes. Villages
where he settled have grown to cities and industri-
al centers. The log houses Where once a bell call-
ed reluctant boys and girls to strive for the rudi-
ments of knowledge are gone, and in their place
are large buildings, and today the educational
system of our State is one of the finest.
We, the descendants of the pioneers, are pri-
vileged to complete the task which they began.
They endured untold hardships to make our West
the land of promise and to those who came to
Oregon in the early days we pledge ourselves to
"carry on" and to make our State a greater Ore-
I am the Pioneer-the Explorer.the Adventurer.
At the first faint dawn of unremembered time,
It was I who led thesons of men
Forth on their primordial pilgrimage-
Out of their remote and unknown shelter-
Over the lowlands and the mountains-
Over the rivers and the oceansw
And through the air!
Then by horse and wheel,,.by boat-
At first on foot they fared,
Moved by curious and mighty engines of locomotion
Toward the West I led them-restless, searching,
Ever toward the setting sun,
Till they reached the Homeland-
The last and best abiding place..
-W. F. G. Thacher.
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MRS. W. D. SMITH, Chuirmfm A. R. GRAY E. M. DREW
DR. H. W. TITUS E. F. BAILEY MRS. E. A. LUNDY, Clerk
The Board oi Educoiion
These are the men and women of foresight and vision who have looked
ahead into the future and pointed the Way toward the Land of Opportunity.
They merit our sincere respect and appreciation for the splendid service,
gratuitously rendered, and for the always hopeful outlook and encourage-
ment which they have consistently given.
HOWARD R. GOOLD
Superintendent of Eugene Schools
HARRY B. JOHNSON
Principal of Eugene High School
MISS CHASE MISS DE GOOD MRS. FLETCHER MR. ALLISON
MR. FASSETT MISS MCDERMOTT MISS SCHAEFER MISS KINSEY
MISS BLAIS MISS JACKSON MISS RERID MR. M. JOHNSON
MISS NORRIS MISS V. CLARK MRS. WARREN MR. KRAMER
ALLISON, HAROLD W ..... Economics, Civics
Coe College, Cedar Rapids, Iowap U.
Asn, GRACE IONE ..................... ......... A rt
U. of O.
Adviser to Texnias Club.
BAKER., FRANCES ELIZABETH
U. of O.
Adviser to Girls' Letter Club.
Adviser to Athletic Department of
BEEBE, MRS. BEATRICE B ................. English
University of Illinoisg U. of 0.
BLAIS, CLARA M .................... ......... .... F r ench
U. of 0.
Adviser to Le Circle Francais.
CHASE, EMMA .............,..........., Mathematics
Michigan State Normal, U. of O.
Adviser to News and Eugenean.
Adviser to Tri-Y.
CHICK, MRS. ELEANOR CoLEMAN..English
U. of O.
Adviser to Educational Department of
CHRISTIE, MRS. ETHEL CHASE ............
University of Minnesota.
Adviser to Mask and Dagger.
CLARK, VIRGINIA .............. Secretary to the
E. H. S.
Eugene Business College.
DE GOOD, BEE ................ Typing, Shorthand
Gregg School, Eastern State Teachers'
Sophomore Class Adviser.
Adviser to Clerical Department of
DIEBEL, CLARENCE E ....... .... .... P h ysics,
U. of O.
Adviser to Senior Class
ELKINS, DARoLD DANFORTH .............. Civics
Commercial Law. Commercial Geogaphy.
U. of O.
Adviser to Junior Class.
Adviser to Hi-Y.
FASSEVPT, FRANK N ....,.....,...... Bookkeeping
U. of O.
FLETCHER, MRS. MARIE P ............... Library
U. of O.
GIBSON, J ULIETTE CLAIRE .............. Englibh
U. of O.
Adviser to E. H. S. News.
GILBERT, FRANC P ............... ...,.... S cience
Oregon State College.
Adviser to Tri-Y.
MR. ELKINS MR. HENDRICKS MRS. GORRELL MISS ASH
MISS LAMB MR. DIEBEL MISS BAKER MISS GIBSON
MR. MOORE MRS. CHICK MR. MICKELSON MRS. CHRISTIE
MISS DEIERLEIN MR. KERNS MISS GILBERT MISS WooDS MRS. BEEBE
GORRELL, Mas. LULU C ..................... Latin,
U. of 0.
Adviser to Inter Nos.
Adviser to Tri-Y.
Adviser to Vocational Department of
HENDRICKS, RUSSELL G ........ ........... H istory
U. of O.
Adviser to Honor Society.
JACKSON, HELEN LYNN ..,.,........... Clothing
Oregon State College.
JOHNSON, MARTIN F ......... Industrial Arts
Oregon State College.
Adviser to Outdoor Club.
Adviser to Rifle Club.
JOHNSON, HARRY B. ,.....,.........,... Principal
U. of O.
Adviser to Honor Society.
KERNS, BERT C. ................,............... Science
U. of O.
Assistant Football Coach.
KRAMER, FRED M .....,. Physical Education,
Washington State College.
Adviser to Golf Club.
Adviser to E Club.
KINSEY, MAE' D. .................,.........,., English
U. of O.
Adviser to Honor Society.
Adviser to Eugenean Staff.
LAMB, MAXINE ,..,.. ......,,,. S panish
U. of O.
Dean of Girls.
Adviser to Girls' League.
Adviser to Honor Society.
MICKELSON, ODINE N.. ....... Industrial Arts
U. of O.g Oregon State College.
Sophomore Class Adviser.
MOORE, DELBERT V. ..... ...Orchestm, Band
U. of O.
MCDERMOTT, OLA M ............... Mathematics
U. of O.
Adviser to Junior Class.
NORRIS, RITA .................... Home Economics
Oregon State College.
REID, MINNIBEL ...................... Mathematics
U. of O.
Adviser to Honor Society.
Adviser to Tri-Y.
SCHAEFER, RUTH E. .. ...................... Histavry
Willamette Universityg U. of O.
Adviser to Senior Class.
WARRE'N, Mas. MILDRED P ............. English
Franklin College, Indiana.
Adviser to Auxiliary Department of
Woons, CAROLYN LOUISE .... Music, English
University of Wisconsin.
Adviser to Finance Department of
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The Covered Wagon
"From New England, from Kentucky, from Missouri,
Came the settlers, came the home-seekers, came the pioneers,
Led by the lure of gold, by the lure of land.
By the brighter lure of adventure,
In tented Wagons they came, drawn by slow straining oxen,
Full of hope, high hearted,
They endured the pangs of thirst and hunger,
Met the menace of storm and prairie fire-.
The greater peril of savage frightfulness.
Through long days and longer nights,
They lived mid lurking dangers,
But traveled ever Westwardw.
Ever West and North..
Over the Oregon Trail,
Over the path of destiny,
Till they found the land of promise-
The last and best frontier-
Used hy Perniissmn of the Author
F. G. Thacher
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f BLAIs A f HILLIARD LEWIS HUGHES
President - - - - - - JAMES BLAIS
Vice-President - - LUVERNE HILLIARD
Secretary - - - - JANE LEWIS g
Treasurer - - - JANET HUGHES
Advisers ----- - - - Miss ScHAEFER,MR.D1mBm.
The members of the Senior Class, since their entrance in 1929, have
assumed positions of leadership which have increased both in number and
importance since they were sophomores.
In the first year, marked athletic ability was shown by boys who
earned letters, while a skit "Alice In Wonderland," presented in the Hi-
J inks, brought to light several actors who were chosen for Mask and Dag-
ger. The Sophomore Shuffle held in February was one of the year's most
In the second year, sixteen members of the class were honored by be-
ing elected into the Alpha Chapter of the National Honor Society. This
was the largest number of Juniors ever admitted into this Chapter at one
time. A skit, "Waitin' for the Hickville Train," was given in the Hi-J inks,
and the class play, "Whimsy," was presented on December 12. These plays
revealed dramatic talent and several of the cast were subsequently elected
into Mask and Dagger. Outstanding players of the teams including the
captain of the football team were from the Class of 1932, and sixteen boys
were awarded letters. Two dances, the informal held in the fall and the
formal given in the spring to honor the seniors were well-attended affairs.
In the Senior year, this class led in scholarship, provided the main-
stays for the athletic teams, and its members were foremost in activities
and held important offices and chairmanshi s of committees.
"What Happened Then," by Juliette Cgaire Gibson was given by the
class in the Hi-J inks, and on May 13, "Nathan Hale," the Senior play which
dealt with the Revolutionary War period, was presented.
It is with sincere regret that the members of the Class of 1932 leave
Eugene High School where they have endeavored to maintain the high
standards and traditions.
Amlrm-ws G. Adams J, Adams
Any Aldous Barber
Hatvs Beuklvy B1-nnvtt
BUl'g'l'l'SL!ll lllzxis Borrego
U. Brsulway Brandt Branson
ADAMS, GLENN O.-Entered from Craigmont, Idahog College Prep. Course3 U. of
ADAMS, JEAN ELAINE-Entered from Craigmont, Idaho3 Girls' League3 College
Prep. Course3 U. of O.
ADAMS, KATHERINE L.-Mask and Dagger 33 Texnias Club 23 Girls' League3
"Turn of the Road3" College Prep Course3 Nurses' Training School, Calif.
ADAMS, ALLEN STACY-Entered from Yoncalla, Oregon3 Hi-J inks 33 College Prep.
Course3 U. of O.
AGERTER, PAUL D.-Entered from Tucumeori, New Mexico3 E Club 33 General
ALDOUS, LESLIE EARL--Entered from Alma, Oregon3 Glee Club 33 Orchestra 3g
ANDREWS, ANDOR MARTIN-Entered from Springfield, Oregon3 Varsity Debate
Squad 33 Nestorian 2g Outdoor Club 2-3 3 Rifle Club 23 "Nathan Hale" College
Prep Course. '
AREY, MODELLE-Inter Nos. 1-2-3? Girls' League3 General Course.
BARBER, DALLAS-Rifle Club 1-23 College Prep Course.
BARELS, JAMES H.-Entered from Roseburg, Oregon3 General Course.
BARTON, MINA FERN-Glee Club3 Girls' Sextette3 Mixed Chorus, "Lucky Jadeg'
"Sonia"3 "Mikado" 3 Commercial Course.
BARNES, JACK R.-Inter Nos. 1-2-3Q Basketball 1-2-33 Hi-Jinks 13 "Second Thanks-
giving3" College Prep COl.1I'S6'Q U. of O.
BATES, ALICE MARIE-Inter Nos. 1-2-33 Tri-Y 2-33 Girls League3 College Prep.
COUTSBQ U. of O.
BEALS, RUSSEL M.- E Club 2-33 Hi Y 33 Outdoor Club 33 Mixed Chorus 33 Track
23 Football 2-33 "Nathan Hale" Commercial Course.
BEAKLEY, VERNON L.-Mixed Chorus 33 "Sonia3" Commercial COUTSOQ U. C. L. A.
BENNETT, MARGARET ANN-Entered from Vernonia, Oregong Girls' League3 Col-
lege Prep Course 3 Oregon Normal School.
BEYMER, FLORENCE OPAL-Entered from Norman, Oklahoma3 Girls' Leagueg
College Prep. Course3 O. S. C.
BIRNSTIEL, IDA BONITA--National Honor Society 33 Student Body Treasurer 33
Girls' League3 Commercial Course.
BLAIS, HAZEL VIRGINIA-Eugenean Staff 33 Girls' Leagueg "Nathan Hale" Col-
lege Prep. Course3 U. of O.
BLAIS, JAMES SUMNER-National Honor Society 2-33 Class president 2-33 Eugen-
ean Staff 23 News staff 33 Nestorian Society 1-23 Debate Team 1-23 State Extem-
pore Contest 13 Yell leader 33 Hi-Y 33 E Club 33 Mask and Dagger 2-33 "WhimSyQ,,
"Big Time3" "Nathan Hale3" Hi-Jinks 33 College Prep. COUTSBQ U. of O.
BORGERSON, JEAN M.-Entered from England, North Dakota 33 Glee Club 33 Mixed
Chorus 33 Sextet 33 Mask and Dagger 3g "MlkadOQ', College Prep. Course3 U. of O.
BORREGO, DOROTHY FLORENCE-Entered from Salem, Oregon3 Mask and Dagger
3g Orchestra 23 Hi-Jinks 1-2g "Nathan Hale3" College Prep Course3 U. of Arizona.
BOSSERMAN, CLYDE A.-Nestorian Society 1-23 Spanish Club 13 "Turn of the
Road3" College Prep. Course3 U. of O.
BRADWAY, CLAUDE A.-Spanish Club 13 E Club 2-33 Football 13 Track 2-35 Gen-
BRADWAY, HAROLD-E Club3 Football 1-23 Basketball 1-23 Baseball 13 College
BRANDT, GEORGE C.-College Prep. COHTSQQ U. of 0.
BRANSON, CHARLCIA MAE-Spanish Club 13 Golf Club 2-33 Tri-Y 2-33 Girls'
League: College Prep. Course3 U. of O.
BRAY, ALVIN H.-Nestorians 1-2-33 Swimming 1-23 French club3 Mardi Gras3 Com-
mercial Course 3 U. of O.
BRENT, VERNA FAE-Glee Club 1-35 Mask and Dagger 2'-33 Football Princess 33
Girls' Leagueg "WhlmSyQ,, "Big Time3" "The Lucky Jade3" Hi-Jinks 1-2-33
"Nathan Hale3" College Prep. Course 3 U. of O.
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l'lzu'k A, Cutlxrvll M. Cutlm-11 Umwkcrlim: Crush-y
lliulcey Uudck Draper Dodds Ilunbcrg
BRIGGS, ALYCE M.-Le Cercle Francais 15 Glee Club 1-2-35 Mask and Dagger 35
Girls' League5 Hi-Jinks 1-2-35 Commercial Course.
BRIGGS, ETHEL LEONE-Entered from Springfield, Oregon5 Girls' Leagueg Com-
mercial Courseg Business College.
BROGDON, RAY-Alchemist 25 Golf Club 1-25 College Prep. Course5 U. of O.
BROWN, LENORA-National Honor Society 35 President, Girls' Letter Club 35 Girls'
League5 Commercial Course5 Eugene Business College.
BUTTERS, LACEY S.-Rifle Club 35 Football 35 College Prep. Course5 O. S. C.
CAMERON, HOWARD SUMNERS-Swimming 2-35 College Prep. Course5 U. of O.
CARPENTER, CORDELIA E.-Nestorian Society 1-25 Mask and Dagger 35 Tri-Y5
College Prep Course5 U. of O.
CARRUTHERS, MABEL KATHLEEN-Girls' League 1-2-35 Hi-.links 35 Commercial
Course5 Behnke-Walker Business College.
CHAMBERS, HELEN-Spanish Club 15 Girls' Leagueg College Prep. Course5 U.
CHAPMAN, DONALD-Student Council 35 Yell Leader 1-25 Mask and Dagger 1-2-35
E Club 2-35 Nestorian Society 1-25 Band 2-35 Glee Club 35 Swimming 35 Hi-Jinks
1-2-35 "Whimsy5" "Big Time5" "Mikado" 35 "Nathan Hale" 35 College Prep.
Course5 U. of O. -
CHAPMAN, MILO L.-Glee Club 1-35 Mask and Dagger 1-2-35 "Whimsy5" Hi-Jinks
1-2-35 College Prep Course.
CHRCLSTOFFERSON, BORGNY-Girls' Leagueg "Nathan Hale5" College Prep. Course5
. S. C.
CHURCHILL, MARTHA C.-Tri-Y 25 Girls' Leagueg College Prep. Course5 0. S. C.
CLARK, RUTH EVELYN-Entered from Elmira, Oregon5 Girls' League5 Steno-
graphic Course5 Portland Business College.
COCKERLINE, DORIS-Inter Nos. 1-2-35 "Birds' Christmas Carol5" "Second Thanks-
giving5" College Prep. Course5 U. of O.
COTHRELL, ANNA ROSE-National Honor Society 2-35 News Staff 35 Library
Staff 35 Le Cercle Francais 2-35 Tri-Y 1-2-35 College Prep. Course5 Albany College.
COTEIRELL, MARGUERITE CLAIRE-Library Staff 35 Girls' Leagueg Commercial
CROSLEY, STEPHEN-"Mikado5" "Nathan Hale5" General Course5 U. of O.
CUMMINS, RUTH E.-Tri-Y 25 Girls' League5 College Prep. Course5 O. S. C.
DAWE, HAROLD V.-Alchemist Club 25 College Prep Course5 O. S. C.
DICKEY, LUCILLE GRACIA-Entered from Newport, Oregong Spanish Club 15
College Prep. Course.
DODDS, HELEN WILLARD-National Honor Society 2-35 President, Girls' League
35 League Council 1-25 Eugenean Staff 25 Mask and Dagger 35 Vice-President,
Spanish Club 15 Girls' Glee Club 35 Hi-Jinks 35 "The Proposal5" "Saturday
Market5" College Prep. Course5 U. of 0.
DRAPER, CARL FRANCIS-National Honor Society 2'-35 Student Council 1-2-35
News Manager 35 News Staff 35 Hi-Y 2-35 E Club 35 Mask and Dagger 35 "The
Turn of the Road5" "In the Zone5" College Prep. Course5 O. S. C.
DUDEK, HAROLD M.-Entered from Bakersfield, California5 National Honor Society
35 Glee Club 35 Mixed Chorus 35 "Mikado" 35 "Freshies5" General Course5 Uni-
versity of Michigan.
DUNBERG, VIOLET-Mason, Wisconsin5 Girls' Leagueg College Prep. Course5 O.
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K Soul 11
V N. N
DUNN, GEN EVA-Girls' League 1-2-35 Commercial Course, Eugene Business College.
DUNN, ROBERT R.-Baseball 1-2-35 E Club 1-2-35 College Prep. Course5 U. of O.
DUTTON, JOYCE D.-News Staff 35 Golf Club 2-35 Spanish Club 1-25 Basketball
2-35 College Prep. Course5 U. of O.
EDWARDS, HORACE S.-"Turn of the Road5" General Course5 O. S. C.
ELLIOTT, EUNICE MARY-Student Council 35 Sec-Treasurer Mask and Dagger 35
Mask and Dagger 2-35 Spanish Club 15 Drama Tournament 25 Hi-Jinks 2-35
"Whimsy5" "Big Time5" 'lSaturday Market5" "Nathan Hale5" College Prep. Course5
U. of O.
EMERY, HELEN-National Honor Society 2-35 Library Staff 35 Inter Nos. 1-2-35
Tri-Y 2-35 College Prep. Course5 U. of O.
FARVER, DWIGHT-General Course5 O. S. C.
FINCH, GLADYS DARLENE-Entered from Forest Grove High School5 Girls'
FISHER, MARJORIE MAY-Orchestra 1-25 Spanish Club 15 Girls' League5 General
Course5 Ashland Normal.
FITZGERALD, HARRIET R.-Entered from Medford, Oregon5 Girls' League5 Eu-
genean Staff 5 Commercial Course.
FOOTE, KILBURN RICHARD-Band 1-2-35 Rifle Club 15 College Prep. Course5
U. of O.
FORNCROOK, ELTON DALE-Hi-Y 35 E Club 1-2-35 Mask and Dagger 35 Band
1-25 Orchestra 15 "Turn of the Road5" Hi-Jinks 35 "Freshies5" "Mikado5" College
FORNCROOK, WILMA-Tri-Y 1-2-35 Girls' League5 Commercial Course5 U. of O.
FRENCH, DONALD J.-Spanish Club 15 Golf Team, Golf Club 2-35 College Prep.
Course5 U. of 0. 5
GALLAGHER, KATHRYN-News Staff 35 Girls' League5 College Prep Course5 U.
GASKILL, MELVIN C.-National Honor Society 2-35 Nestorian Society 1-25 General
Course5 Boeing Aeronautical School.
GERHARD, MARION C.-Eugenecm Staff 35 Texnias Club 1-2-35 Nestorian Society 25
Mask and Dagger5 Hi-Jinks 35 "The Lucky Jade5" "Sonia5" "Whimsy5" "Nathan
Hale5" "Mikado5" College Prep. Course5 U. of O.
GIESEKE, WILLIAM H.-Rifle Club 2-35 Outdoor Club 2-35 Hi-Jinks 1-25 College
Prep. Course5 U. of O.
GILSTRAP, PHILIP-News Staff 35 E Club 2-35 Track Manager 25 Band 1-2-35 Hi-
Jinks 2-35 College Prep. Course5 U. of O.
GOOD, RENALD V.-Nestorian Society 25 Inter No. 25 General Course.
GOOLD, HELEN-Secretary, Girls' League 35 Orchestra 15 Band 1-2-35 Hi-Jinks 35
"Sonia5" College Prep. Course5 U. of 0.
GRESHAM, WILLIAM Jr.-Entered from Portland, Oregon5 Band 35 Orchestra 15
College Prep. Course5 O. S. C.
GRIBBLE, CATHERINE H.-Entered from Medford, Oregon 35 Texnias Club 35
Girls' League5 Glee Club 35 Hi-Jinks 35 College Prep. Course5 U. of O.
GUILD, JOHN-Student Body, Vice-President 25 Hi-Y 1-2-35 E Club 1-2-35 "Second
Thanksgiving5" "Nathan Hale5" College Prep. Course.
IIANSON, GERTRUDE ELIZABETH-Spanish Club 15 Girls' League5 College Prep.
Course5 U. of O.
I-IANSON, JUNE La VERNE-Library Staff 35 Spanish Club 15 College Prep. Course5
U. of O.
HARVEY, THELMA LORRINE-Girls' League5 Commercial Course5 Business Col-
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liiplmrl, R. Kin: KI1-nk Knox Knight
HEMMINGSEN, HELEN-Inter Nos 13 Le Cercle Francais 23 Mask and Dagger 33
Camera Club 13 Golf Club 3g Hi-Jinks 1-2-33 "Sonia3" College Prep. COUYSE-Q U.
HENDRICKSON, MARVIN EDWARD-College Prep. Course3 0. S. C.
HENRY LOMA-Entered from Tacoma, Washington 33 Girls' League3 College Prep.
Courseg 0. S. C.
HEWITT, CHARLOTTE MARIE-National Honor Society 2-33 Treasurer, Girls'
League 33 Eugenean Staff 33 Secretary, Le Cercle Francais 33 Secretary, Na-
tional Honor Society 33 Le Cercle Francais 2-33 'iWhlmSyQ,, Hi-Jinks 33 "The
Second Thanksgiving3" College Prep. Course3 U. of O.
HILL, ELLEN KATHERINE-Girls' League3 College Prep. Course3 U. of O.
HILLIARD, CHARLES L.-Class Treasurer 13 Class Vice-President 33 Golf Club 1-2-
33 Baseball 1-23 "Second Thanksgiving3" College Prep. Courseg U. of 0.
HOGUE, RUBY A.-Hi-Jinks 13 "Birds' Christmas Ca.rol3" General Course3 Ashland
HOWELL, RUTH-President of Texnias Club 23 Spanish Club 13 Girls' League 33
HUGHES, JANET ELIZABETH-Entered from Du Pont, Washing'ton3 National
Honor Society 2-33 Class Treasurer 33 Student Council 23 Editor of Eugenean 33
Debate Team '2-33 Associate Editor of News 3g Associate Editor of Girls' League
Handbook Staff 23 President, Inter Nos. 33 Mask and Dagger 2-33 Nestor-ian
Society 13 Sophomore Basketball team 13 Hi-Jinks 2-33 ilWhlmSyQ,, "Big Time3"
"The Proposal3" "Saturday Market3" College Prep. COUTSGQ U. of O.
HUGHES, RICHARD G.-Spanish Club 1-2-35 Mask and Dagger 33 Assistant Stage
Manager 33 "Nathan Hale."
HULEGARD, ALVIN ELLSWORTH-Le Circle Francais 1-23 Rifle Club 1-23 "Black
Flamingo3" U. of O.
JACKSON, WILLETA M.-Eugefncan Staff 33 Le Cercle Francais 13 Hi-Jinks 33
JACOBSEN, JAMES K.-Entered from Seattle, Washingtong Hi-Y 2-33 E Club 2-33
Football 2-33 Glee Club 33 Boys' Quartet 3g "Mikado3" "The Villian Still Pursued
Her3" Hi-Jinks 33 College Prep. Course. U. S. C.
JACOBSON, LEONARD-Eugeueom Staff 33 News Staff 33 Spanish Club 13 Outdoor
Club 1-23 Golf Club 2-33 Hi-Jinks 33 "Nathan Hale3" U. of O.
JENSEN, DOROTHY JOSEPHINE-Library Staff 33 Girls' League Handbook Staff
23 Spanish Club lg Hi-Jinks 2-33 College Prep. Course3 U. of O.
JENSEN, JENS EDWARDS-Track 2g College Prep. Course.
JOHNSON, ETHEL B.-Eugenean Stafl"3 Tri-Y 1-2-33 Hi-Jinks 33 General Courseg
U. of O. '
JORDAN, MADELYN-Entered from Aberdeen, Washington3 Girls' League.
JOYCE, GEORGE M.--College Prep. Courseg U. of O.
KALDOR, NORRIS-Student Council 23 Hi-Y 2-33 Golf Club 2.
KAPPAUF, MADELLE-Latin Club 1-23 Commercial Course.
KENDALL, IRENE SARAH-Girls' Athletic Club 23 Basketball 13 Volley ball 13
Baseball 13 Commercial Course.
KING, AVON L.-Entered from Nampa, Idaho3 Commercial Course.
KING, RUTH-Student Council 33 Spanish Club 13 Girls' Glee Club 33 Mask and
Dagger 33 "Mikado" 33 "Nathan Halejy, Mixed Chorus 13 F ot ll Princess 33
College Prep. Course3 U. of 0. - fy!-4 Canal- -UP !
IQIPHART, DAPHNE CELESTE-Entered rom Grants Pass, Oregon3 Girls' League3
Inter Nos. 33 Commercial Course.
KLENK, GEORGE L.-Spanish Club 13 Golf Club 23 Commercial Courseg U. of 0.
KNIGHT, HELEN-National Honor Society 33 College Prep. Course3 U. of O.
KNOX, .ELOISE FRANCELLE-National Honor Society 33 Secretary, National Honor
Society 33 Library Staff 33 Inter Nos. 1-2-33 President, Le Cercle Francais 33
College Prep. Course3 U. of O.
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McCormu-lc McKay McKitric-k
Metcalf A, Millm' B. Millvr
Molitor Myrmo Moudy
KOEPP, THELMA L.-Girls' League5 Commercial Course.
KOON, DORRIS-Glee Club 35 Girls' League5 General Course5 U. of O.
KULICK, EVA K.-Spanish Club 15 Girls' League5 General Course.
LAMB, FERN M.-National Honor Society 2-35 Girls' League5 Spanish Club 15 College
LARSEN, MAY KAREN-Girls' League5 General Course.
LASATER, RUBY-Girls' League5 Commercial Course.
LAY, ORPHA-National Honor Society 35 Eugeneom Staff 35 Mask and Dagger 2-35
"Whimsy5" "Big Time5" Hi-Jinks 35 Commercial Course5 U. of O.
LEIGHTON, FRANCES ELIZABETH-Spanish Club 15 Texnais Club 15 College Prep.
Course5 U. of O.
LEWIS, JANE ANN-National Honor Society 2-35 Class Secretary 1-35 Class Vice-
President 25 Eugeneom Staff 1-2-35 News Staff 35 Editor Girls' League News5
Spanish Club 15 Texnias Club 15 Hi-Jinks 35 College Prep. Course5 U. of O.
LIBKE, ELDA MARIAN-Spanish Club 15 Mask and Dagger 35 Girls' League5
"Nathan Hale5" "The Proposal5" "Saturday Market5" College Prep. Course5
U. of O.
LUNDSTROM, WILLARD-E Club 35 Student Council 35 Athletic Manager 35
Commercial Course5 O. S. C.
MARTIN, GRACE ELEANOR-National Honor Society 2-35 Library Staff 35 Inter
Nos. 1-2-35 Girls' Athletic Club 2-35 Book Exchange 35 College Prep. Course5
U. of O. '
McCLEW, HELEN GLADYS-Spanish Club 15 Tri-Y 2-35 College Prep. Course5
O. S. C.
McCORNACK, ANDREW A.-Spanish Club 15 College Prep Course5 O. S. C.
McKAY, VILLA B.-Entered from Springfield, Oregon5 Inter Nos. 1-2-35 Girls'
Athletic Club 35 Girls' League 5 College Prep. Course 5 U. of C.
MCKITRICK, TOM-Hi-Y 1-2-35 E Club 1-2-35 Football 1-2-35 Baseball 2-35 Track
15 Hi-Jinks 15 "The Villian Still Pursued Her5" Art Course. ,.
McLEAN, WILLIAM T.-"Second Thanksgivingf' U. of 0.
MCNUTT, RONALD E.-Mask and Dagger 2-35 Rifie Club 15 "Sonia5" Mixed Chorus5
"Nathan Hale" 35 "The High Heart" 35 College Prep. Course5 U. of O.
METCALF, HERMAN F.-Football 35 Outdoor Club 35 College Prep. Course U. of O.
MILLER, ADELBERT SHELDON-"The Second Thanksgiving5" College Prep Course.
MILLER, BERNAL-National Honor Society 2-35 Editor of News 35 News Staff 35
Nestorian Society 25 Spanish Club 15 Alchemists 25 "Nathan Hale5" Hi-Jinks 35
U. of O.
MILLER, LESTER-Inter Nos. 1-25 Mask and Dagger 35 Nestorian Society 25 Boys'
Glee Club 35 "Whimsy5" "Big Time5" Hi-Jinks 35 "Nathan Hale5" U. of O.
MILLER, RAYMOND C.--Entered from Mohawk, Oregon5 Baseball 2-35 Basketball 35
College Prep. Course 5 O. S. C.
MOLITOR, GEORGE E.-National Honor Society 35 Associate Editor Eugenean Staff
35 News Staff 35 Camera Club 15 Hi-Jinksg "Nathan Hale5" O. S. C.
MOODY, ROBERTA JEAN-National Honor Society 35 Student Body Secretary 35
Girls' League Vice-President 25 Spanish Club 1-25 Mask and Dagger 2-35 Girls'
League Council 15 Golf Club 35 Girls' Glee Club 35 Mixed Chorus 35 Football Prin-
cess 35 "Whimsy5" "Saturday Market5""Big Time5""Nathan Hale5" Hi-Jinks 35
College Prep. Course5 U. of O.
MYRMO, I-IELGA-Inter Nos Secretary-Treasurer 35 Inter Nos 2-35 Tri-Y 2-35 Girls'
League5 College Prep. Course5 U. of O.
NEIGHBORS, EVELYN RACHEL-Entered from Roseburg, Oregon5 Inter Nos 25
Girls' League 5 Music Course 5 U. of O.
Northrup Oglesby Osborn Owen Palanuk
I'uye-au' Raines Rnmsm-'y Piukstaff Rayburn
Re-I yea Ric-h Robertson Rugh RllU10l'f0l'1l
Sullve S21l'hi1f'kPl' Saunnlers Suylox' Sc-hugpf
Smlwrt Scott Nlweics Signer Simpson
NORTHRUP, F. EUGENE-Debate'Squad 33 Nestorians 23 General Course.
OGLESBY, LEITH J .-VicePresident, National Honor Society 2-33 Spanish Club 1-23
Swimming 2-33 Mask and Dagger 33 "In the Zone3" Ride Club 2-3 3 Hi-Jinks 33
"Nathan Hale" 3 College Prep. COUTSQQ U. of O.
OSBORN, MILDRED D.-Tri-Y 1-2-33 Girls' League3 College Prep. Course3 U. of O.
OWEN, DON-Student Council 13 Hi-Y 33 E Club 2-33 Football 33 Baseball 23 Mask
and Dagger 3 Publicity Manager 13 U. of O.
PINKSTAFF, GAY K.-News Staff 33 Spanish Club 13 Mask and Dagger 2-33 Band
1-2-35 Orchestra 13 6iWhImSey,,Q "Big Time"3 Hi-Jinks 33 "Nathan Hale,'S College
Prep. Course3 U. of O.
PALANUK, DOROTHY EVA-Medford, Oregon3 Spanish Club 13 Tri-Y 1-2-33 Bas-
ketball 1-2-33 Volleyball 1-23 Girls' Athletic Club 1-2-33 College Prep. Course3
U. of O.
PARKER, JAMES W.-Spanish Club 13 E Club 33 Golf Club 1-2-33 Football 1-2-33
Basketball 33 Baseball 1-2-33 "Black Flamingo"3 U. of O.
POTTS, RUBYE JEAN-Entered from Checotah, Oklahoma.
PUYEAR, FRANK L.-Entered from Thompson Falls, Montana3 U. S. C.
RAINES, ALZETTA IRENE-Entered from Brainerd, Oregon3 Girls' Glee Club 23
RAMSEY, JO E.-Spanish Club 13 Mask and Dagger 2-33 Volleyball 23 'lWhImSey,'Q
Hi-Jinks 1-21 College Prep. Course3 U. of O.
RAYBURN, OPAL VIOLA-Girls' League3 College Prep. Course.
RELYEA, EDWIN S.-Spanish Club 13 Texnias 23 Rifle Club 2-33 Outdoor Club 2-33
Hi-Jinks 33 College Prep. Course3 U. of O.
RICH, MARGARET-Tri-Y 23 Girls' League. V
ROBERTSON, MARGARET A.-Junction City, Oregon3 Class Secretary 2: Girls'
Itiegug Council 33 Eugenean Staff 33 "Whimsy3" Hi-Jinks 33 General Course3
RUGH, MARGARET DEE-National Honor Society 33 Inter Nos President 33 Inter
Nos Secretary-Treasurer 23 Tri-Y Secretary 33 Tri-Y 2-33 Mixed Chorus 33
"MIkad0,,Q College Prep. Course3 U. of O.
RUTIIEIERFAORD, LOLA GLEN-Texnias Club 1-23 Girls' League3 College Prep. Course3
. o .
SALLEE, LAURA D.-National Honor Society 33 Spanish Club 13 Texnias 1-2-33
Tri-Y President 33 Tri-Y 2-33 College Prep. COUTSBQ U. of O.
SANDERS, JAMES E.-Entered from Portland, Oregon.
SARBACHER, MARY E.-Girls' League.
SAUNDERS, ELTON S.-Football 3g General Course3 U. of O.
SAYLOR, DOROTHY E.-Tri-Y 1-2-33 Girls' League3 "Arrival of Kitty"3 Hi-Jinks 33
College Prep. Course3 U. of O.
SCHARPF, GEORGE L.-President, National Honor Society 33 Eugenean Staff 3g Sec-
retary3 Rifie Club 2-33 Outdoor Club 33 Track 33 Hi-Jinks 33 Commercial Course3
U. of O.
SCOBERT, MARJORIE JANE-National Honor Society 33 Associate Editor, Eugen-
can Staff 33 Inter Nos 33 Le Cercle Francais 33 Tri-Y 1-2-33 Orchestra 13 Glee
Club 2-33 "Whimsy3" "Mikado3" Hi-Jinks 33 College Prep. COUYSCQ U. of O.
SCOTT, A. BYRON-Commercial Course3 U. of O.
SHEEKS, DELLA LEORA-Le Cercle Francais 2-33 Girls' League3 College Prep.
Course3 O. S. C.
SIGNOR, RHEA MAE-Spanish Club 13 Girls' League3 General COUTSGQ Business
SIMPSON, GILBERT-College Prep. Course3 O. S. C.
Smith G. Ska-io Southworth Spicm' Sprague
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Willey 'l'. Wilson M, Wilson W. Wood
SKEIE, GEORGE-Golf Club 2-35 Hi-Jinks 35 College- Prep. Course5 U. of O.
SMITH, JOYCE-Rifle Club 15 Manager of News5 College Prep. Course5 O. S. C.
SOUTHWORTH, CHESTER K.-General Course.
SPICER, THEDA JUNE-National Honor Society 2-35 Girls' League Council 2-35 Eu-
genean Staff 35 Library Staff 35 Girls' Sextet 2-35 Glee Club 1-2-35 Band 15 H1-
Jinks 1-2-35 "The Lucky Jade"5 "Sonia"5 "The Mikado"5 College Prep. Course5
U. of O.
SPRAGUE, VERNON-National Honor Society 2-35 President, Student Body 35 Libr-
ary Stafl' 35 Le Cercle Francais 1-2-35 Hi-Y 35 E Club 1-2-35 Alchemist 1-25
Camera Club 15 Hi-Jinks 15 "Nathan Hale"5 College Prep. Course5 U. of O.
STROBEL, ELEANOR P.-Tri-Y 15 College Prep. Course5 U. of O.
SWANSON, RAYMOND C.-Entered from Santa Clara, Oregong General Course5
O. S. C.
TAYLOR, KATHERINE-Girls' League5 Commercial Course5 U. of W.
THOMPSON, ETHEL MARGARET-National Honor Society 35 Inter Nos Vice-
President5 Inter Nos 1-2-35 Tri-Y 2135 College Prep. Course5 U. of O.
TUCK, W. BRUCE-National Honor Society 2-35 Eugenean Staff 35 Inter Nos 1-2-35
E Club 3: Mask and Dagger5 Swimming 35 Terrill Cup 35 Glee Club 35 Hi-Jinks
1-2-35 "Whimsy5" "Big Time5" "Sonia5" Drama Tournament 25 College Prep.
Course5 U. of O.
TURNER, EDWARD A.-Football 35 Track 1-35 Band 1-2-3.
VAN LYDEGRAF, CLAYTON-News Staff 35 Rifle Club 15 Swimming Team 2-35
Orchestra 1-2-35 Band 1-2-35 Hi-Jinks 35 College Prep. Course, U. of O.
VAN LYDEGRAF, LESTER L.-E. Club 1-25 Basketball 2-35 Baseball 2-35 Golf Club
1-25 College Prep. Course5 U. of 0.
WALLACE, DOROTHY-Texnias Club Presidentg Spanish Club 1x5xTexnias Club
1-2-35 College Prep. Course5 U. of O. 1055K " acne' ' -
WARD, ALICE MARGARET-Texnias Club 25 Girls' League5 General Course.
WARD, THELMA DARLENE-Library Staff 35 Spanish Club 15 College Prep.
WHEELER. BILL J.-Mask and Dagger5 Golf Club: "Second Thanksgiving"5 Hi-Jinks
35 "Nathan Hale" 35 College Prep. Course5 O. S. C.
WHEELER, RODNEY C.-University High5 O. S. C.
WILDMAN, LEWIS A.-National Honor Society 35 Student Body Auditor 35 Com-
WILDMAN, LOIS-Student Council 15 Mask and Dagger 2-35 Girls' League5 "Big
Time"5 Hi-Jinks 3.
WILLEY, OPAL B.-Entered from Myrtle Point, Oregon 5 Tri-Y 35 Girls' League5
Volleyball 35 Commercial Course. .
WILSON, MARVIL DALE-Entered from San Francisco, Californiag National Honor
Society 35 Eugenean Staff 2-35 Mask and Dagger 35 Texnias Club 25 Mask and
Dagger Plays5 Hi-Jinks 35 "Nathan Hale"5 U. of Cal.
WILSON, THELMA J.-Tri-Y 1-2-35 Girls' Leagueg Basketball 35 Volleyball 35 Col-
lege Prep. Course5 U. of O.
WOOD, WENDELL E.-Hi-Y 35 E Club 1-2-35 Football 35 Golf Team 1-2-35 Golf Club
2-35 Commercial Course5 O. S. C.
SENIORS Fon WHOM No PICTURES WERE SUBMITTED
Agerter, Paul5 Barels, James5 Beal, Robertg Bean, Wilbur:,Boyer, Donaldg Dawe,
Haroldg Dunn, Robert R.5 Flynn, Milesg Gerhard, Mariong Hulegaard Alving Jeffries,
DOFOUIYS Larsen, Mayg Mounts, Variang Newton, Wilbur5 Ohlsen, Ralphg Potts,
Rubye5 Sanders, James.
To ihe Dioneers oi the Wesl
Would God that We, their children, were as they,
Great-souled, brave-hearted, and of dauntless willy
Ready to dare, responsive to the still
Compelling voice that called them night and day,
From this far West, where sleeping greatness lay,
Biding the time. Would God we knew the thrill
That exquisitely tormented them until
They stood up strong and resolute to obey.
God make us like them, worthy of themg shake
Our souls with great desires, our dull eyes set
On some high star whose splendid light will wake
Us from our dreams and guide us from this fen
Of selfish ease won by our fathers' sweat.
Oh! lift us up-the West has need of men.
-Mrs. Ella Higginson
BRISBANE HUNT J ENKS BAGAASON
The Juniors loss
President -------- HUGH BRISBANE
Vice-President - - MARY HUNT
Secretary - - - - CARMEN JENKS
Treasurev' - - ALTON BAGAASON
Advisers - Miss MCDERMOTT, MR. EL-KINS
The Juniors in their two years in E. H. S., have contributed a definite
part in the school program, for they have been represented by members
of their class in almost every activity.
While Sophomores they presented "The Ghost Walks," in the Hi-J inks
program and later in the year several of their number had parts in "Sonia,"
the operetta. In athletics they won distinction. The annual Sophomore
Shuffle held in the spring took the form of a Carnival Dance, and was one
of the notable events of the year.
As Juniors, they sponsored a pay assembly, contributed a skit, "The
Boss of the King," in the Hi-Jinks program, and the class play, "The Ar-
rival of Kitty," presented on December 18, was a successful production.
Twelve members of the class were honored by being elected into the Alpha
Chapter of the National Honor Society. The Junior informal was h-eld on
October 14, and the two upper classes gave a formal on April 8. Several
members were elected to Mask and Dagger, and a large number of the boys
won letters in athletics.
The members of the Class of 1933 look forward eagerly to a promising
senior year in which they hope to uphold the standards established by the
Class of 1932.
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President -------- ROBERT RICKABAUGH
lf'yiC6?-P'I'6SZid67Lt - - OWEN PERKINS
Secretary - - - ELLEN KENNETT
Treasurer - - KEITH HOUGH
Advisers - - ---- Miss DE Goon, MR. MICKI-:LsoN
Sophomores to-day! Seniors to-morrow!
So far distant it seems when all we Sophomores will be thinking of announcements
and caps and gowns!
How swiftly has passed our busy year.
We hope it has not been in vain.
The records show that we have ranked high on the athletic teams and that some
of us have won letters. We have earned our quota of blue cards and many have found
their names on the Honor Roll. 'In the Hi-Jinks we were well represented and some
of us have been elected to the Mask and Dagger Club. We also gave one of the most
delightful dances of the year, the Sophomore Shuffle, pictured below.
Wherein we have not attained the goal for which we have struggled, we are cheered
in the hope that the years of experience may bring us to our ultimate desire.
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J epsen, Virginia
King, Lula Alene
McCracken, Patty LouSne11st1-Om, Robert
Osborn, . Blanche
Stien, Thelma Lee
Van Lydegraf, Merle
Van Vliet, Doran
Welch, Nellie Mae
The Dioneev Molbev
When night fell on the circled wagon train
And under quiet prairie stars came peace
To soothe away the day's fatigue and strain
And grant to wearied limbs a brief surcease,
As distant coyotes cried, what was thy dream
But in the green and happy land to see '-
Thy daughters and thy daughters' daughters stream
In smiling throngs about their mother's knee?
Rest here, brave woman, as the years flow by,
And see thy patient courage and thy love
Renewed, as noble generations vie,
With thy calm benediction close above,
To meet a tangled world, and press along
With hearts as high as thine, with souls as strong.
-Eric W. Allen.
The Dioneev Driocessionol
"Stop! Be still
Let action cease!
My eyes, used to rest on distant, misty heights. .
Are blinded by this frenzied scene.
My ears, attuned to silences
And murmurous and gentle sounds,
Are deafened by this tumult.
In all this mad confusion,
Alone I stand-and desolate.
Oh, friends of frontier days,
Companions of those brave and vivid scenes,
Come back to me.
Oh, ancient and memorable years, return once more.
And yield to me your treasured memories.
Let the past live once again
Let time reverse itself,
And the last procession of the pioneers,
Pass in review."
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The Girls' League has experienced a progressive year under the leader-
ship of Miss Maxine Lamb, Dean of Girls, and Helen Dodds, Girls' League
During the last semester of the year 1930-31, the Department system
was organized. All of the girls signed up for the departments in which
they wished to work. There are seven of these committees, each one being
under the guidance of a chairman and assistant chairman, and advised by
a faculty member. They are the Social, Financial, Vocational, Educational,
Athletic, Auxiliary, and Clerical departments.
In November, an assembly was held and pins were awarded to those
girls who did outstanding work last year. Three girls who had attained
the highest scholastic standings were honored by having their names en-
graved on the scholarship cup. These girls were: Sophomore, Jo Skeneg
Junior, Janet Hughesg Senior, Marguerite Davidson.
In December the Girls' League sponsored a Bazaar, which proved quite
profitable. Many attractive articles were contributed and much interest
January 8, 1932, a Silver Tea was given in honor of the mothers of
high school girls and on May 8 a Mother's Day Vesper Concert was given.
In February a Girls' League Assembly was held and the scholarship
awards were given to Sophomore, Esther Alineg Junior, Betty Chandler,
Senior, Ida Birnstiel.
The week of April 11-15 was designated as Print Week, and practical-
ly all of the girls wore print dresses. ,
Girls' League Week, April 25-29, featured a variety of entertainments
-teas, dances, a Girls' League assembly, and a pay assembly. April 25,
a tea was given in honor of the Springfield High girls. April 27, the girls
of University High were our guests. April 26, a Girls' League meeting was
held at which Mrs. C. L. Schwering, Dean of Women at the U. of O., talked.
On Apml 29 the girls gave a successful pay assembly.
The Girls' League has given many clever parties during the year in-
cluding the Big - Little Sister party, the Christmas Party, the Mad Hatter
Party, and the annual May Day Party. A new system of entertainment
called the "Fun Plan," has been carried out. The Senior girls had a Tea
Dance, a Dinner Dance, and a Lawn Party. The Junior girls gave a series
of teas featuring the foreign countries. The Sophomore girls held a charm
school in which they discussed appropriate dress and other matters of im-
portance to every school girl.
In addition to providing an adequate social program, the League gives
every girl Vocational guidance in home economics, nursing, library work,
and other professions, and we are all agreed that it is one of the most bene-
ficial organizations of E. H. E.
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cliioncl OYIOP Socielq
FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER
Carl Draper .........,.. ............. P resident .......,...., ,........ G eorge Scharpf
Leith Oglesby ............ ....... .,...... V i ce-President ......................... ......... L ewis Wildman
Charlotte Hewitt ........................................ Secretary ...............T................................ Eloise Knox
R. G. Hendricks ..........................,............. Treasurer ................,....................... R. G. Hendricks
Advisers: Miss Kinsey, Miss Reid, Miss Lamb, Mr. H. B. Johnson, Mr. Hendricks.
The Alpha Chapter of the National Honor Society of Secondary Schools
secured its charter May 15, 1924, with seven members and has initiated
235 members during the eight years of its existence.
1924-Joanne Ackerson, Justine Ackerson, Vada Belle Browne, Ruth Farris, Keith
Ingalls, Ona Belle Simpson, Lester Swaggart.
1925-Joe Bally, Alice Brown, Myrtle Beymer, George Evans, Elsie Everett, Carol
Eberhart, Evadne Hurst, Evelyn Hollis, Joy Ingalls, Dorothy Knowles, Daye Marshall,
Mildred McDermott, Elizabeth Morse, Robert McCornack, Scott Milligan, Melba Mc
Donald, Raymond Oglesby, Victor Phelps, Esther Taylor, Alice Spurgin, Herbert Wheel-
er, Pauline Winchell, Katherine Winchell.
1926-Helen Bell, Lincoln Constance, Don. J. Campbell, Margaret Edmunson, Ivan
Hall, Blanche Holcomb, Herschal Honey, Karl Klemm, Mary Klemm, Harold King,
Cecile Mayberry, Bernice Phelps, Virginia Reid, Mary Alice Reid, Donald Sheythe,
Ethel Theines, Elizabeth Thatcher, Elizabeth Wilmot, Theresa Young, Marion Bradley,
Lily Anderson, Philip Gatch, Genevieve Hale, Darold Elkins, Shailer Peterson, Lucille
Wirth, Alvia Keepers, John Ludlow, Vina Phelps, Martha Ness.
1927-Shirley Hinton, Jennie Klemm, Herman Walruff, Gertrude Richmond, Gwen
Shephard, Harold Shuey, Malcolm Smith, Wallace Campbell, Bartine Morrow, Margaret
Reid, Charles Wooden, Harold Ayeres, Janet Osborne, Robert Near, Ann Steele, Janet
Fitch, Eugene Calhoon, Josephine Esterly, Harry Meyers, Anna Ness, Pauline Ziniker
John Dodds, Genevieve Hathaway, Helen Farris.
1928-Christine N. Rawn, Kenneth Kienzle, Valette Ree, Doris Helen Patterson,
Beulah Van Guilder, Jessie Winchell, Louise Smartt, Winsor Calkins, Marion Keep,
Carl Knowles, Helen Chaney, Thelma Lund, Harriet Van Osdol, Miriam Yoder, Lucie
Norton, Roma M. Gross, Bertha Finkenbiner, Pauline Lyon, Helen D. Farris, Minnie
Barton, Bessie Lane, Wilma Bowen, Lymon Coburn, Gordan White, Kenneth Weaver,
Merlin Blais, Victor Kaufman, Roger Houglum, Leonard Gaskill, Phyllis Meisel, Bertel
Thorstenburg, Grace Farris, Marian Chapman, Thelma Zeaman, Jessie Steele, Marjorie
Haas, Norma Huston, Alice Olmstead, Mary Knowles.
1929-Virginia Clark, Russel Cooke, Mary Louise Dodds, Lucille Driver, Eveard
Fish, Lois Greenwood, Eva Heitzman, Lois Scharpf, Billy Seaver, Warren Stoffer,
Mabel Soverns, Cecile Tuttle, Helen McKee, Beth Montgomery, Ruth Dupuis Margaret
Osborne, Kathleen Shepherd, Betty Allen, Frances Row, Ellene Long, Dick Near,
Evelyn Slocum, Robert Ades, Beverly Caverhill, Zona Malkasian, Agnes Marks, Frances
Marks, Frances Johnston, John Pennington, Marcia Tulley, Lois Wilder. Orren Brown-
son, Claribel Clark, Eva Charlet, Helen Garrison, Rosalind Gray, Lois Margaret Hunt,
Odessa Knowles, Lucille McBride, Frances McDermott, Clifford Murphy, Theodore
Pursley, Knute Soleim, Roger Schell, Helen Row, Mildred Tulley.
1930-Bernice Ingalls, Alice Gerot, Leonard Anderson, Eliza Hardman, Genevieve
Hallin, Thelma Hayes, Jean Lewis, Lyle Rowan, Rolla Goold, Lloyd Faust, Richard
Dallas, Helen ,Neal, Esther Fegles, Herbert Large, Robert McAlister, Eva Klenk,
Pauline Moore, Donald Fields, Earl Vossen.
1931-Charlotte Hewitt, Katherine Sallee, Grace Martin, Helen Dodds, Helen
Emery, Bernal Miller, Leith Oglesby, James Blais, Janet Hughes, Theda Spicer, Anna
Rose Cothrell, Jane Lewis, Vernon Sprague, Carl Draper, Fern Lamb, Bruce Tuck,
Roberta Moody, Sidney Milligan, Helen Knight, Eloise Knox, Ethel Thompson, Lenora
Brown, Laura Sallee Margaret Rugh, Marjorie Scobert, Marvil Wilson, Ida Birnstiel,
Orpha Lay, George Scharpf, Melvin Gaskill, George Molitor, Lewis Wildman.
1932-Catherine Tiggerman, Leslie Leal, Elmer Andrews, Betty Chandler, Harold
Dudek, Clare Igoe, Clara Nasholm, Virginia Endicott, Laura Hughes, Jessie Mathers,
Sc-obert J. Hughes
Hr-Witt L. Hughes
Senior class -
Junior class -
- JANET E. HUGHES
- MARJORIE SCOBERT, GEORGE MOLITOR
- WILLETA JACKSON
- CHARLOTTE HEWITT, GEORGE SCI-IARPI
- LAURA HUGHES
- VIRGINIA J EPSEN
Athletics - - - CLARA NASHOLM, SIDNEY MILLIGAN
Activities - - - THEDA SPICER
Features - - LEO ' J ACOBSON
Snap shots - - ANE LEWIS, MARION GERHARD
Typists - - - - VIRGINIA BLAIS, HARRIET FITZGERALD
Art technicmns -- ORPHA LAY, MARGARET ROBERTSON
Artists - - - - MARJORIE BUSH, ETHEL JOHNSON
BILL PIRIE, MARVEL WILSON
Adviser - - - MISS MAE KINSEY
Manager - - - LEONARD JACOBSON
Assistant manager - - BRUCE TUCK
Adviser - - - - MISS EMMA CHASE
Davcnhill Jacobson Nasholm J. Hughes
Northrup L. Hughes Andrews
Twenty-three students turned out for debate at the call of Coach Alli-
son last fall, and twenty of these participated in inter-class debates. The
winners in this series were the sophomore negative team composed of
Edesse Davenhill and Iva Jacobson, and the runners-up were the post-grad-
uate affirmative team made up of Emmanuel Trapp and Andrew Gibson.
The question chosen by the Oregon State Debating League for all high
school debates this season was: "Resolved, That the Several States Should
Enact Legislation Providing for Compulsory Unemployment Insurance."
In the two pre-season debates held with Corvallis and Albany, the Eu-
gene afiirmative won from Albany and there was no decision given at the
Corvallis match. Three district debates were held, with the Eugene affirma-
tive winning at Springfield and Roseburg, and the negative victorious at
Cottage Grove and Roseburg. On May 7 we were awarded the district
championship with the privilege of participating in the inter-district de-
The first of these debates was between our negative team and the
Albany Affirmative and was won by Albany.
Harold W. Allison, debate coach, says that the season has been unusu-
ally successful, with Eugene high winning a majority of the eleven inter-
school debates. Five of the squad will return next year.
Kathryn Gallegher ....... ,,,.....
Leonard Jacobson ......
Sitting: Van Lydegraf, Lewis, King, Libke, Brent, Borrego, Miss Gibson, B. Miller, Gallagher, Jacobson, Brad
way, Gilstrap, Pinkstaff, Howell, Hughes, Bandy.
Standing: Blais, Draper, Parker, Adams, Cothrell, Miss Chase, L. Miller, Van Lydegraf, Chapman, Smith, Hughes
Molitor, Wheeler, Saylor, Wilson.
Bernal Miller .,..,,,,,..,,.
Janet Hughes .....,..............,....... Associate editor ..,...
Clayton Van Lydegraf ..,,.,...... Managing editor ...,...
Miss Juliette C. Gibson ..,.,I,,..,.
Ruth. flag ............,.II................. , S 0 Cie ty ,...
Jerry Blair, Courtney Towne
Anna ROSe Cothrell ....,.,.........., Literary ...., .,......,
Milo Chapman .,,. .,.,. .I..,... D 1 'amat-ics
Bill Pirie .......... ........ C artoonist
Miss Juliette C. Gibson
Verna Brent, Bill Wheeler
REPORTERS, FIRST SEMESTER
Janet Hughes, starg James Blais, Joyce Dutton, Gay Pinkstaff, Jane Lewis,
Claude Bradway, Andre
Clayton Van Lydegraf.
REPORTERS, SECOND SEMESTER
W Gibson, Ruth Howell, George Molitor, Jim Parker,
Dorothy Saylor, Lester Van Lydegraf, Thelma Wilson .
Carl Draper ...,.. ........
Wyatt Bandy ..,.,...,,, ,......
Jane Lewis ..........,.,...,. ....,..
MISS Emma Chase ......... ........
.Assistant .. ............. .,..,. . .
Solicitor ...... .........
Busmess Manager. ..,............. ..
Admser ........ .........
Miss Emma Chase
Sitting: Ilmnphreys, Driver, Hewitt. Davenport, Williamson, Nasholvn, Knox.
Standing: Mcflrezuly. Born-go, Krutzler, Tiggvrnmn, Runtc, L4-al, Bray, Young, Harmon, Goodwin, Cothrvll-
Blais, Knight, Terry. Pallister, Spit-QT, Shot-ks, Nelson, Scobert.
I' Wim. 'ig
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-Q evcle Pclncois
FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER
Eloise Knox ..........,,,,,,, A,,,,,,,,,,,,, P resident 4,,,,,,,,,,A,, ,,.,,,,, D orothea Davenport
Charlotte Hewitt .,.,.,. ,,,,,,,,.,,, V ice-President ,.,,,,,,,,,A ......,..,.... C lara Nasholm
Lowell Fish ............... .,...., S ecretary-Treasurer ....... ....... L ucille Willia1'HSOT1
Clara M. Blais, Adviser .
Le Cercle Francais is composed of students who have taken French
for one or more years and who maintain an average of not less than III.
Meetings are held twice a month for the purpose of fostering an interest in
French culture, and for developing more fluency in the use of the language.
During the first semester, individual programs were prepared for each
meetingg during the second semester, the members worked in groups.
The outstanding event of the club's journey during the year was a pay
assembly given February 5. The theme was a Mardi Gras scene in France.
The social events along the way were two initiation parties and a
First row: Myrmo, Thompson, Rugh, Millvr, Hughes, Brown, Cllt1ll1llt'l', Kiphart, Pitney.
Second row: Scobert, Knox- Bates, Martin, Mrs. Gorrcll, Dave-nhill, Kiphart, Gaskill, Lemlahl.
Third row: McKay, Cockvrline, Johnston, Button, Atwutn-r, Flnnery, Bush.
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FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER
Margaret Rugh ....... .,......... P resident ........... ,...... J anet Hughes
Ethel Thompson ..... .,........ V ice-President .......,. ....... B artra Brown
Helga Myrmo .T...... .,,,.....,... S ecretary-Treasurer ,,..,,,.7,7,, .,,..... B etty Chandler
Mrs. Lula C. Gorrell, Adviser
The Inter Nos club has for its purpose the creating of an interest in
Latin and of bringing together those students who are interested in the
The club has one afternoon meeting and one evening meeting each
month, at which times the programs are arranged by the members.
Among the year's activities have been the initiation, the Saturnalia at
Christmas, a Latin play, and a meeting addressed by Frederick S. Dunn,
head of the Latin department of the University.
First row-Blais, Draper, Hilliard, D. Owen, E. Owen Mercer, Biddle, Northam.
Tliinl row-John Hill. McKitrick, Runrllett, J. Jar-ohsnn, Fornr-rook, Humphreys, Barnes, Kaldor.
Second row-Sprague, Wood, Beals, Guild, Leal, l.ilnls:1y, Rui-ml, Milligan.
e Eugene l-ii-V
President - - - - - - ELTON OWEN
Vice-President - - - SIDNEY MILLIGAN
Secrcffwy-Trca.sm'er - - JOHN HILL
Scrgca1z.t-at-Arms --------- LESLIE LEAL
Adviser -f---------- DAROLD ELKINS
ADVISORY COMMITTEE-G. P. Winchell, H. B. Johnson,
Will M. Kidwell, R. O. McCully.
The Hi-Y is composed of mature students of the Junior and Senior
classes of the high school who are banded together in a definite cause calling
for scholarship, physical efiiciency, moral worth, and service to the school.
Hi-Y is national, even international in scope, and in the United States
has a membership of over 100,000 fellows who are, in the main, the leaders
in their respective schools.
The local club has a membership of twenty-five. The members are ex-
ceedingly active in practically every activity of the schoolg in fact, fellows
are chosen because of their activities and leadership. The club does not seek
publicity in its activities but operates as a directing force in the lives of the
Upright from bottom to top
Guild, Tuck, Lunrlstrom, L. .lar-ohson, Coghlan, .l, Jac-olmsen, Potampzl, Ilanily, Cann-ron, Knight, Carson.
Uilstmp, Xleru-r, lh'L-'wei', John llill, F1ll'll!'l'UUii, llrznlwzly, CllZlf'il Kl'2lllll'l'.
Bottom row from left to right
Chnpnian, E. Owen, Northam, R. llulnnhrcys, Il-. Owen, H. Recd. J. l'nrkt-r, L. Morris.
Miflrlle row, from left to right
Griffin, liir-hiy, C.w'ZlllI.1Wll',l.K'l'1If. li. llilliurll, Ilrzlpor, Blnis.
" is ' w frm vft to rifht
iq io . nl . g, ,
Milligan, Sprague, Lmil, Rnnrllcit, RIr'liih'ir'k, Beals, Lindsay, Vain lmlegrzxf Wood.
President - - - - DON OWEQN Sccretm'y-Treasztrer - - CARL DRAPER
Vice-President - - SIDNEY MII,LIGAN Sergeant-at-Arms - - LLOYD Momus
The E Club, one of the leaders in all of the school activities, is the let-
termen's club of Eugene High.
In addition to participating in all athletic events, these boys work hard
to create good school spirit and sportsmanship, and to increase the attend-
ance at the games. The E Club successfully promoted several various ac-
tivities during the year and rendered valuable assistance to others.
One of the most important pieces of work the club undertook in the
fall was the Lettermen's Banquet with University High and Eugene High
at which the two clubs formed agreements to work not only for the better-
ment of their own schools but for each other as well. The banquet was held
at Lee Duke's cafe and was attended by forty members from the two
l " 3- -' J
First row-liush. liwluhl. llenmlingsm-n. Elliott, Moody, King, Ramsey, .lacksou, lim-nm-lt.
S1 on n lll l coli Nl I mhl em n
. -zonil r 'flvllllllillh vl0l'0l', l.'. .lu son, Hu-iv, in , St ' , llmnso .
Tliird l'UW-villl liyrlu-grzlf, llill. Owen, lirogrzlon, Fimllnvr, Ru'lxal1:l11g'l1. Yl'2lg0l'.
l+'ourtl1 row-MiIlig':nn, Mr. .lulmson, lilm-nli, lim-ul. Frvuf-li, Wuonl, Mr. Elkins, Mrs. f'lll'lSti4', Mr. Krzumx
Professiooml - - SIDNEY MILLNIGAN
Greevls-Keeper - - LESLIE LEAL
Caddy Illaster ----- - - - HELEN HEMMINGSEN
The ancient Scottish pastime of golf holds increasing attraction for
the students in Eugene High. This club Was formed in 1931 and now has
its full quota of 30 active members and five honorary members: Mr. H. B.
Johnson, Mr. Kerns, Mrs. Christie, Mr. Elkins, and Mr. Kramer, Who is
also an adviser.
The Eugene High golf team which has held the state championship for
the last three years, has been composed of members in this club.
In the spring the annual tournament was held among the members.
Sitting-Wurrl, Spicer, Morris, Mrs. I-'lm-tin-1-, Spiuugiw, Cothroll, Martin
Sl2lllIllIlg'1Kll0X, Jenson, fluoml, Ellll'l'y, llamsmi
President - - - HELEN EMERY
Adviser ----- ---- M Rs. MARIE P. FLETCHER
Eleven students have helped the library to function for the school this
year. They have met the responsibility which rests on them to blaze the
road by way of bibliographies of short stories, authors, commercial geo-
graphy, science, and other subjects. The Smithsonian reports have been
explored for suitable material, and for all these, cards are in the catalog
as guide posts for those who come after.
Mounts of illustrations for the Idylls of the King, Ivanhoe, musical
characters have been made to catch the attention and interest of travellers
along the road.
During the iirst semester, the faculty members were invited to par-
take of a cup of tea and to inspect the large amount of new material on
hand for use in all of the departments of the school.
Siitillgf-llmwn, l'k'l'l'j', llauw-np01'i., Wzlllzwv, W, .lm-lxsful, Wilson- Salim-0.
Sinlulillg-lhlxll, I.4-nlnm, llnrn, IR-1'lli11s, lik?l'll2ll'll, Miss Ash. L, .lm-lxsun, llIll'll1'l't- I'iria-', lllalis.
-I-exnios Ciulm E121
FIRST SEMESTER SECOND SEMESTER
Dorothy Wallace ...., .,...... P 'resident ...Y...,. ,,,...... ......... B i ll Pirle
Bill Pirie! ..,,..,......,,, .,.... V ice-Presidevzt .... .A ,.,,,.... Maxine Perry
Maxine Perry .,., l..,.... S ec'retf1wry .......Y, ,,,,,, , ..Wayne Harbert
Mary Brown ..,. ..,7A... T 9'9!l,Sll7'6l' ...... .. ,7.. Lawrence Jackson
Presiflent - - - - LAURA SALLEE Secretary - - MARGARET RUGH
Vice-Pres'icle1zt - - CHARLCIA BRANSON T1'easm'er ----- GRACE MARTIN
Hitting.:-Cotl1l'vll, l'lIIIf'l'j', llrzmson, Rugh, Salim-0, lllartinr Flmxnnllvr, L. llughes.
Htzlmlillg-Mrs. Waurrvn. Stewart. liah-s, Mcfillvw, Miss lieill, Bush, Mrs. l,lm'rvll, liznull Myrum, Miss Clmsm-.
Nalslmlm, I':nllist1-V, Fin-l1l, Miss fiillnwt.
Sitting-Gissr-ke, Sclxurpf, Metcalf. GOIIIOII, Beals, Amlerson, E. Rvlyvu, LI. Vzm Lyllvgruf,
SUIlltlillgTAlltlI'l'WS, Rumllutt, Morris, Jucolzson, Smith, ll. Rvlyvu, Potalmpzl, Mr. M. Johnson.
President - - - LLOYD MORRIS Secretary - - VERNON SPRAGUE
Vice-President - - EDWIN REILYEA Treasurer - ANDOR ANDREWS
President - - EDWIN RELYEA Treasurer - - - PHILIP GILSTRAP
Secretary ---- GEORGE SCHARPF Range Officer - - - WALLACE RUTH
iIiIIPOliIIg-Rvlyeu, Oglvsby, Gilstrap, E. Relyva, Sulxarpf, AllKlEl'SUll, Blood.
St2lIllli!lg,"TGil'Sk'lil', Osborn, Ruth, Mr. M. Jolmson, SettoI'lmI'g, Cauneron, Young.
l'irsl. row-l. .lar-oluson, llusli, Spurloc-li, H. Borregoh Bra-nt, Elliott, Moorly, liois VVilrlmun, Klllg, gS0ll,
Svc-mul row-ll'. lllllllllllllll, Miller, liluis, ilWI'll, Rm-ml, IP. llo1'i'eg.fo, Adaims, llmhls, lgov, C2Il'Il9IlfC'l'.
Tllirml :uni Fourth rowkwlweler. R. Iluglws. Ugleslmy, 1.1-ul, C. llumplircys, Morris, Mr-Nutt, R. llumplm-ys.
Lilrke, ll:11'lr:u't, Wilson. lf1llllSk"j', lil'ig'gs, liol'gn-lu-1-xi, .l. lluglnes.
Fifth row-.l, .Involves-ll, Strawn, M. Ullallmllnallz, Mrs. Vllristie, Ili':lp4-r, llimlwlle, l'inksh1ff.
M Cl s C1 n C1 qq ee
President ---- - MILO CHAPMAN
Secreta1'y-Treasureo' - - EUNICE ELLIOTT
Adviser ------- - MRS. ETHEL CHASE CHRISTIE
The membership of the club includes 33 active and 16 associate mem-
bers. The annual production was in the form of four one-act plays, the
purpose of which was to give every member a chance to participate.
"Saturdays Market" was given by nine girls and was a difficult under-
taking as it was entirely a play of character. The cast portrayed distinct
types in an interesting manner.
The cast of "In the Zone" was entirely of men for which a most inter-
esting setting Was made. It represented the forecastle of a tramp steamer
which was in the War zone. It has moments of suspense which was upheld
"The Villain Still Pursued Her" Was frankly a silly farce. It was
played very seriously by the cast who were concerned about the loss of a
"The High Heart" was a difficult play for amateurs and proved very
The McDonald theatre sponsored the presentation.4s several one-act
plays on High School night and opportunity for much experience was given
to different members of the club.
A Week-end trip to the Obsidian camp in the Cascades Was enjoyed by
twenty-one members of the club, accompanied by Mrs. Christie and Mr.
WCIPCIS oi H18 QCIP
The Terrill Cup Declamatory Contest was won by Wilhelmina Gerot, junior, and
Bruce Tuck, senior.
4: 4: as if
Leslie Leal, junior, won first place and Janet Hughes, senior, took second place in
the George Washington Bi-Centennial Essay Contest which was conducted by the local
American post which offered prizes of ten dollars and five dollars respectively. Janet
also won second plaqe in the countyskconteast on athe sakme subject.
Helen Goold, senior, and Robert Keefe, sophomore, won second places at the ninth
annual band concert held in Corvallis, April 15, 16, with saxophone and sousaphone
solos. Harold Wilder won first place in Class B violin contest at State Music Meet at
GIRLS' LEAGUE PINS
FIRST SEMESTER-Helen Dodds, presidentg Alice Hayes, vice-presidentg Helen Goold,
secretary, Charlotte Hewitt, treasurer. Ida Birnstiel, Anna Rose Cothrell, Helen
Emery, Janet Hughes, Katherine Kingwell, Fern Lamb, Orpha Lay, Jane Lewis, Laura
Sallee, Theda Spicer, Ethel Thompson, Helen Tuttle.
SECOND SEMESTER.-Ida Birnstiel, Lenora Brown, Ruth Button, Beatrice Campbell,
Anna' Rose Cothrell, Mary Ellen Eberhart, Virginia Endicott, Janet Hughes, Marguerite
Jcpsen, Helen Knight, Orpha Lay, Jane Lewis, Aby Schrader, Marjorie Scobert, Theda
Spicer, Ethel Thompson, Helen Tuttle, Dorothy Wilkinson.
E. H. S. NEWS EDIToR's PIN EUGENEAN EDITOR,S PIN
Bernal Miller Janet E. Hughes
DEBATE PINS-Edesse Davenhill, Janet Hughes, Iva Jacobson, Clara Nasholm.
GiRLs' LEAGUE SCHOLARSHIP CUP
FIRST SEMESTER-Marguerite Davidson, senior, Janet Hughes, junior, Jo Skene,
SECOND SEMESTER.-Ida Birnstiel, seniorg Betty Chandler, junior, Esther Aline,
TRI-Y RINGS--Betty Chandler, Mary Stewart, Mary Field.
Girls' Athletic Awards According to the Oregon Point System:
GOLD PIN-Lenora Brown.
STATE "O" and HIGH SCHOOL "E"-Catherine Kingwell, Eloise Klink, Grace Martin,
Clara Nasholm, Aby Schrader, Edna Starr.
LETTER "E"-Alice Hays, Laura Hughes, Mary Hunt, Irene Kendall, Margaret
FOOTBALL--Paul Agerter, Russel Beals, Bob Biddle, Glen Brown, Bill Carson, Elton
Forncrook, Joe Hill, John Hill, Russel Humphreys, Jim Jacobson, Dean Knight, Thomas
McKitrick, Sidney Milligan, Roy Northam, Don Owen, Elton Owen, James Parker,
Homer Reed, Ted Reed, Vernon Sprague, James Blais, yell leader, Willard Lundstrom,
BASKETBALL,-Richard Bishop, Henry Coughlan, John Hill, Hugh Mercer, Sidney
Milligan, Roy Northam, Robert Rundlett, Vernon Sprague.
SWIMMING-Howard Cameron, Leonard Jacobson, Bernard Knight, Kenneth Lichty,
Bruce Tuck, Clayton Van Lydegraf.
RIFLE CLUB SHARPSHOOTER AWARDS
Gieseke, William, third class, Gilstrap, Robert, fourth class, Oglesby, Leith, third
class, Osburn, Ralph, fifth class, Relyea, Edwin, second class, Relyea, Demora, fourth
Elassim Rflth, Wallace, fourth class, Scharpf, George, fourth class, Young, Richard,
Tiwe Imiiun Love Coil
So echoes the sweet love notes which gently fall
Thru the forest stillness, as fond waiting Indian lovers call!
When the lone lagoon, stirs in the Spring,
Welcoming home some swany white wing,
When the maiden moon, riding the sky,
Gathers her star-eyed dream children nigh:
That is the time of the moon and the year,
When love dreams to Indian maidens appear.
And this is the song that they hear:
When I'm calling you-oo-oo!
Will you answer too-oo-oo?
That means I offer my love to you, to be your own.
If you refuse me, I will be blue, and waiting all aloneg
But if when you hear my love call ringing clear,
And I hear your answering echo, so dear,
Then I will know our love will come true,
You'll belong to me, I'll belong to you.
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Sw-01111 1'mv--lhlllfm, Clurv, l.if-llty, Adams, xvlllSlll2Ill, Im-w, ll2lIIlll4'S, Ilzulpre, Rilvy.
'l'l1i1'sl 1'uw-Alulm-1'sml, C. Vul1l,yrh-gmf, llilliurrl, I'inkstuff, livvfe, UVESIIRIIII, Clmplllzlll, Gilfrl-y, Nuwtuu.
The officers are: Director'-Delbert Mooreg Pres'idcut-Walter Whismang Manage:
The officers are: D'irc'cfor-Delbert Mooreg President-Virginia Endicottg Mana-
Y First row-Lightfoot, Jorrlun, Conyers, Holmes, Ward, Welch.
Sevnml rnwflilink. Hughus, linrlicnttl McKay, Gilfry, 1,3.llll0l', REl5llll.lNSl'l'I, Kingwvll.
Third row--Mr. Moore, rlirvcturg U. Van l,yLls:gl'af, Licllty, Rvnfro, 'l'urncr, Linn, Mullin, GI'0SllilIll, Aldous.
First roxx'-Tliompson, Scobc--rt.
Seconwl row-llorii, liuggli, Iiot
'I'llii'vl rmmiSinitl1, li:u't4u1
I"oui'tl1 l'uxx'-Ulmpirmil. lii'l'l'lIl2lIlll,
l"ifIl1 row-,XlfIous, Suilml4-rs
All students who are interested
together in the Mixed Chorus
T. Spencer. Curtis, Rlziilmigli, Sk:-ic, Hayes, Hunt.
Woods. I-Imlicoii, lgoi-, Hieiu, Munmicy.
-plz. lximg, Slowly, Howl-l'snin. hpn-1-r.
flililfllllilll, flrilvlvlc. Iirigggs, iii-nncli. King, l'1'i-ssimnli.
.ll-ssefu, X1-xxloix, Ilumplircys.
have the opportunity of learning to sing
of the boys' and girls' glee clubs. They con-
tribute to school programs and assemblies.
The crowning event of the year was the presentation of "The Mikado," a comic
opera, on April 14 and 15. This was a most creditable performance and won much
favorable comment. The director was Miss Carolyn Woods.
PRESSMAN HORN THOMPSON JACOBSEN
Buss Her-onvl T4-nor Buritoln- First Tenor
The Boys' Quartet and the Girls' Sextet are selected from the Mixed Chorus for
individual excellence of voice, and for blend. These groups are available for school
performances and gladly contribute to civic programs. The director is Miss Carolyn
me e iw - n
V Y SVUTIJTQTIUE M Heboridlglifnario uzklto i
BAR'l'4JN M, Hl'lCl'Ili IQQEQLZ
Supuuio Second Soprano Alto
Clllilflll I-lCl Q
The celebration of the Bicentennial of Washington aroused a new in-
terest in things historical and determined the Senior Class to choose "N a-
than Hale," a tragedy of Revolutionary days. The play was presented
on May 13 in the school auditorium. '
Nathan Hale ......... ..i..................,,.,... ....... R o nald McNutt
Alice Adams .........,.. ..,...,... E unice Elliott
Captain Fitzroy ......,.. .......,.. J ames Blais
Lebanon ...................., ,.,.,....,.,,,.....,.,,,.. D on Boyer
Knowlton .............,. ,.,,,..,,,i.....,,..,,., G ay Pinkstaff
Cunningham ....... ........ C layton Van Lydegraf
Adams .............,.. . ......... Leonard Jacobsen
Tom Adams ............ .....,. D on Chapman
Hall ......................v....... ............... B e1-nal Miller
The Jelferson boy .......... ...... N orman Pressman
Talbot boy ...,....,.......... ..,....... A ndor Andrews
Jasper ...................... .....,.... B ill Wheeler
Mrs. Knowlton ....... ............ D Orothy BOI'reg0
Angelica ,,,,,.,.,,.,.. ,,,,,,, ...,,,,,,,...,...,,..,,.. ,,,.............,............,........,.......... M a r vil Wilson
The Widow .,,,....,............,........,..................,.i...........,,...,....................,.............. .. Roberta Moody
School children: Verna Brent Lester Miller Elda Lidke John
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Guild, Borgny Christofferson, Virginia Blais, Marion Gerhard, Herman Met-
calf, and Carl Blood.
Soldiers: Richard Hughes, Leith Oglesby, and Russell Beals.
The Arvivol ol illq
On December 18, the Class of 1933 presented "The Arrival of Kitty,"
a three-act comedy by Owen Lee, before a large audience. This play centers
about a case of mistaken identity, and was a merry mix-up which brought
out the fact that there are many talented young amateurs in the Junior
Kitty Benders .......
Bob Baxter ..............
Jane ............ .. .......... .
Aunt Jane ........
Mrs. Ethel Chase Christie
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On February 25 and 26, the Mask and Dagger Club presented four
one-act plays which received much favorable comment and were well-at-
tended. The casts chosen from members of the club and directed by Mrs.
Ethel Chase Christie were:
Cocky ....,. . . ,...,,,,,,,,,, ,,
IN THE ZONE"
,. ..........Gay Pinkstaif
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Jack ' ---------'- -----e-----'-eA---AA-'---- ------ --4-'--------e---'-e------4---------"'--------- .......A..........,...,. W a y n e Harbert
Erwlme ,-------- .............., E lda Libke
John -----'----- ....... J ames Jacobsen
Lena -------- ,.............. H elen Dodds
George A .... ..
J un .......,,,
Sara Henry ,,.....
Mrs. Baker ...,,,.
Mrs. Warren .....
Aunt Fanny .......
Mrs. Hansen ......,
Mrs. Dunning .......
Mrs. Peyton ...........
The General ,,.....
Sam Davis ......
Augustus ..,,,,..,.....,,.,..,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,4
"THE SATURDAY MARKET"
"THE HIGH HEART"
Business Managers: Lester Miller, Earl Vossen, Verna Brent.
Stage Managers: Lloyd Morris, Richard Hughes.
Costumes: Dorothy Borrego.
Properties: Catherine Adams.
The annual Hi-Jinks of 1931-32 was one of Eugene High's biggest
events. It was in the form of a seven-act vaudeville, all classes and many
of the social activities participating.
The Senior stunt, "What Happened Then," was written by Miss Juli-
atte Claire Gibson, of the English department, and the setting was a nurs-
ery in which many of the class costumed as dolls presented an interesting
program of song and dance. The toy soldier brigade was so well drilled
that it quite took the audience out of the real into the unreal.
The Junior act was comedy, "The Boss of the King."
The Sophomores put on a carnival feature entitled "Noah's Ark," Mrs.
Warren, also of the English department, wrote the skit. Elephants, tigers,
monkeys, cats, and giraffes went into the ark two by two to be welcomed
by Mr. and Mrs. Noah.
The Eugeneom staff presented "The Occult Review," which was writ-
ten by Janet Hughes, the editor of this year's annual. Out of a huge book
came much that has been of interest throughout the year.
The Glee club put on that perennial favorite "Tell Me Pretty Maiden"
from the "F1orodora Girl." In the costumes of the gay nineties girls and
boys showed how their fathers and mothers did it.
For the first time in several years, the orchestra presented an act,
"Arabian Fantasief' Delbert Moore composed this skit, which showed a
young prince who hired entertainers to woo his lady love.
The boys' gym classes put on a tumbling act, which was well received
by the audience. The Mask and Dagger stunt concluded the entertainment
with "Alexander Ambles Inn," a comical negro play.
The Hi-J inks was under the direction of Mrs. Ethel Chase Christie,
dramatic coach, and music was furnished by the orchestra and band com-
Si'IQ Sloops lo Conquer
This perennially fresh and amusing comedy by Oliver Goldsmith was
presented by the faculty on two successive evenings, April 1 and 2, before
enthusiastic audiences. Every member of the faculty contributed in some
measure to the production of the play and so aided in its success. The
proceeds were contributed to the student body treasury.
Mr. Hardcastle, a Country Gentleman ......................,...,..,................... Mr. Harry B, Johnson
Mrs. Hardoastle, his Spouse ..,......,........,.,,.,.......,............., ..,.... M .iss Franc P, Gilbert
Tony Lumpkin, his Step-son ....,..............,.....................,.,,...... .,.i..,,,,,,,,, M r, Darold Elkins
Kate Hardcastle, his daughter, who stoops to conquer ,........ ....,,,., M iss Juliette C, Gibson
Constance Neville, his Niece ....,,.,............,............................ .,.,,i,,,, M iss Ola McDermott
Filldldl' Cll the fLlCh0IlS6 ...,............... ..,........................,....,..,.....,.,.. Mr, Delbert M0019
Fellows at the alehoase .....................,.,.......,....,.,......,..............,.......,...,,,,,,, Mr, Clarence Diebel
Mr. Odine Mickelson, Mr. Harold Allison
Young Marlowe, the Hmodestest young man alive" ..........,,.....,....,..,,,,,,, Mr, Fritz Kramer
George Hastings .....,....w..,....................,.......,......................l..........,......... Mr. Russell Hendricks
Diggory, Hardcast1e's servant ..... ................................,........,. . ....... M r. Martin Johnson
Maid, Hardcastle's servant .....................,............,.............,............ ..,,.,,,.,, M iss Clara Blaig
Sir Charles Marlowe, an old friend of Mr. Hardcastle's ......,.. ......,, M r, Bert C. Kei-ns
Properties ,,... .............,.,...........,,,,,,,, ,,,,, ,,,.,.,,,.,,,,.,,.. M r s . Charles Chick
Direction ...,,,.. .....,.............,.....,..,.,,,,,, ,.,,,,,, M r s. Ethel Chase Christie
Tickets ........... ...,....,. ...., M i ss Minnibel Reid
Advertising .,,...,. .,..,..,. M rs. Beatrice B. Beebe
Costumes .,............... ....... ...,......... M i ss Lynn Jackson
Stage Settings ....... .,.,.......,..,........ M r. Odine Mickelson,
Mr. Martin Johnson
Art Work ,i,,,,,,, ..... Q ...Miss Grace Ash, Texnias Club
Ushers .....,...,,,.............,.,.,, .......i................. M iss Mae D. Kinsey
Stage Manager .......................i............................,................................l....,............... Lloyd M01'I'iS
Assistant Stage Hands ........................,...,,,........................... Richard Hughes, Edwin Relyea,
Lacey Butters, Jay Brownfield, William Gieseke
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Flowers furnished by Chase Gardens.
Furniture loaned by Eugene Hotel.
The foe most dreaded by the Pioneer was the
warring' Indian who was skilled in the use of his
bow and arrow and also in the best way to fight
either on the rolling plain or on the wooded moun-
The Indian of the West was a superb speci-
men of manhood, for the outdoor life he lived gave
him a splendid physique coupled with an alert
brain. The Pioneer had no truer friend than the
Indian whose friendship he had wong neither did
he have a worse enemy than the Indian who op-
posed his right to take from him what he regard-
ed as his own.
Today We have those who rival the Indian in
athletic prowess. Staunch friends of the school,
they iight valiantly for her colors on the home
field. When they carry the Purple and White
into the enemy's territory they genera'ly bring
back the scalps of their rivals.
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The Eugene High Coaching Staff has undergone a complete revision. Instead of
having one coach for each sport, one man has been placed in charge of all. This man
is Fred Kramerg Bert Kerns, science instructor, assisted him in football and Mr.
Kramer has assigned the task of coaching baseball to Frank Fassett, of the commercial
This was the first year for "Fritz" in Eugene High and he has won the respect of
everyone who has worked under him, and has also proved that he is one of the best
coaches in Oregon.
An athletic advertising manager has been installed in Eugene High for the first
time this year in the person of Don Owen. The plan has proved very successful and will
doubtless be continued in years to come. Willard Lundstrom has been the athletic
manager for the entire year. He has had assistants for each sport but has had to
spend much time and work in his office.
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Eugene High! The feared and respected foe of every opponent. Her
mighty dread-naughts of power have again swept through a year of vict-
ories with few defeats.
Under the true and never-faltering leadership of Mr. Fred Kramer,
that quality of sportsmanship so much desired by every lover of true sport
has started on a sure and steady incline.
In a preview of spring sports we find a nucleus of track l-ettermen,
excellent baseball material and three members of the last year's State
champion golf team returning for play.
In the simmering heat of a warm September sun the gridiron valiants
of Eugene High started their work under the tutelage of a new master. Mr.
Fred Kramer had been called upon to lead the Purple and White.
The first game came on September 25, when the Purple and White
routed Cottage Grove, 22 to 0. The next week this was followed by a 13
to 0 victory over Springfield.
Marshfield loomed as the next opponent. Leaving Eugene at 2:30 in
the morning and playing the same day, Eugene was trampled to a 26 to 0
Then came University High. A touchdown in the first few minutes
of play and a beautiful place-kick gave U. H. S. a 7 point lead. The rest of
the half was scoreless. The next half started with a touchdown for Eugene
but the place-kick failed. Eugene's power could tear a hole in the Campus
team at almost any time but a touchdown did not reward their eiorts and
the game ended 7 to 6 in a disastrous upset.
This was the last straw and Eugene then regained the old spirit. Al-
bany was trounced 13 to 0 the next Saturday and Sprague rounded the
boundary for both touchdowns.
Now it was time for the undefeated Lava Bears from Bend. They
came with blood in their eyes to avenge the defeat of the year before. A
four-quarter struggle and the Bend aggregation went home with black
eyes instead of red and a 6 to 0 defeat.
Armistice Day! but the war with Salem rages on! The Capitol team
graced our premises for the first time in several years.
The coin was Hipped and Captain Jacobsen chose to defend the South
goal. The whistle blew! the game was on. Plunges, gruelling drives,
spirited power, stonewalls of defense, all that makes the game of football
what it is, were showing themselves in every second of the game. A series
of passes and power attacks put Salem ahead 6 to 0 in the second quarter.
The Eugene line smeared the place-kick before it left the toe of the Salem
back. The half ended with the score unchanging.
The second half started with Salem on the defensive. Eugene re-
ceived the kick-off and in the first minute of play, Biddle was through
and with a wonderful interference away for a touchdown from 57 yards.
The kick never faltered and Eugene led 7 to 6. An intercepted pass on
Eugene's 20 yard line and Salem had another touchdown. Again the kick
Eugene was not to be beaten! With the end of the game drawing nigh
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the goal standing up. The kick was again made good, the score standing
14 to 12 for Eugene.
The smoke cleared away to find only one game left on the schedule.
This was Corvallis, the powerful! Eugene hadn't beaten Corvallis and
Salem in the same year since the World War! A record indeed, but not for
The first ofensive play in the game for Eugene was a touchdown.
However, a holding penalty on Eugene made it null. No scores were made
until the final minute when Eugene scored and won the game 6 to 0.
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Immediately after the din of the football victory over Corvallis had
died away, "Fritz" issued his beckoning to the stalwarts of the maple court.
A few weeks of preliminary training, an odd game here and there,
and the team traveled to Cottage Grove to open the conference season. An
easy victory was followed by a series of the hard kind to loseg practically
starting the season with a heavy load upon the teamls shoulders.
The rest of the season was nip and tuck, finally ending with seven
games won and seven games lost. Of the seven games lost, five were by
one basket and two of them in overtime periods. University High speci-
alized in these, winning three battles by two points and the last one gave
them the District Championship. It was an overtime game and was clinch-
ed when McAllister sunk a long shot with only a few seconds to play. The
other two were lost to St. Mary's and Salem. In the latter, Eugene out-
played Salem throughout but was unable to make their shots good.
Roy Northam, captain, was the leading scorer of the year, tallying
eighty-three points. Milligan, his nearest competitor, trailed in the dis-
tance with sixty-four. Vernon Sprague was the leading fouler having
twenty-eight personal fouls. Roy nearly led in these also by tagging
Sprague with twenty-six.
Eugene decisively led her opponents in total points by outscoring
them 356 to 279.
46 ...................... Cottage Grove ...,..,..... 17
18 .......... ...,.... S alem ...................,...... 23
18 ...... ........ S t. Mary's ........ ........ 2 0
12 ...... ........ U ni. High ...,.. ......., 1 4
35 .......... ........ C ottage Grove ............ 8
28 .......... ........ S pringfield .,......,..,.... 22
25 .......... ........ C orvallis ........ ........ 1 7
28 ....,. ........ U ni. High ...... ,....,,. 3 0
29 ...... ........ S pringfield .,.............. 15
is ........,. ........ c orvallis ......,. ........ 3 7
15 .......... ........ S alem ...........,.......,...... 17
34 .......... ........ C ottage Grove ......l..,.. 16
30 ........., .....,... L owell ............ ..,..... 2 1
20 ...... ........ U ni. High ...... ......., 2 2
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The Eugene High Baseball team completed a satisfactory season in
1931, winning 7 games and losing 7. The team played first class ball at all
times and showed a fighting spirit and determination to win that made
them a tough t-eam to defeat.
Eugene won from Bend, Cottage Grove, and the Eugene Bible Uni-
versity g broke even with Salem, Springfield, and the Oregon Freshmen,
and lost to University High, and the Oregon State Rooks. Four of the
games the team lost were by the one point margin. The Eugene boys
played their best against the highly touted Bend team whom they swamp-
ed 25 to 0, and looked their poorest when they were beaten by the Univer-
sity High for the A League Title, 9 to 8 and 7 to 6. Totals of the 14 sched-
uled games show Eugene was superior to her opponents.
Opponents: Runs- 89 Hits,.107 Errors-56
Eugene: Runs-115 Hits-141 Errors-53
Harold "Nig" Hammerickson won the honor of having his name en-
graved upon the Hendershott Trophy as being the most valuabl-e player
of' the season. Cecil Inman was judged second, and Elton Owen, third.
"Nig" won the vote of the squad, had the highest batting average and slug-
ging average, a fielding average of 1000, second number of stolen bases,
and third in number of runs scored.
Lettermen who played their last baseball game for Eugene are: Billy
Haskins, "Nig" Hammerickson, Earl Vossen, "Ox" Bradway, Gene Teague,
Cecil Inman, Clarence Taylor, Don Verdier and Don Owen. Those who
are back are: Carl Draper, Tom McKitrick, Elton Owen, Hugh Mercer,
Les Van Lydegraf, Bernard Brewer, and John Guild.
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The four-man golf team of Eugene High once again traveled the rounds
undefeated in 1931. The annual State tournament was played at the Eu-
gene Country Club with the Eugene team as hosts.
Composed of Leonard Anderson, captain, and playing his last year for
the school, Leslie Leal, Wendell Wood, and Sidney Milligan, the team walk-
ed away with all honors, winning team medalist and Leal winning individu-
al medalist. In the finals of tournament play Eugene was pitted against
Salem and Won eleven to one.
Thus the third consecutive State title was taken and three members
of the team returned for the 1932 season to continue the record.
First row-B. Knight, Jacobson, Tuck.
Second row-l.ichty, Cami-ron, C. Van Lyzlvgraf, Mr. Horns.
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The swimming team, coached by Paul Lafferty and Bert Kerns, broke
even on the season, winning 2 meets and losing 2: one to University High
and one to Salem.
The eight members of the team financed the season and paid all the
expenses and earned a total of 97 points. Clayton Van Lydegraf, captain,
diving and free-style expert, led with 36 points 3 Kenneth Lichty, free-style
and back stroke, came second with 18. Howard Cameron, breastroke, and
Bruce Tuck, diving, were third with 12 points each. Leonard Jacobson,
breastroke and diving, and Bud Knight, free style, each earned 6 pointsg
while Dean Knight and Leith Oglesby won 5 and 7 points respectively.
Six of the team won letters and had there been another meet as sched-
ule all the boys would have had sufficient points for them.
At the Y. M. C. A. Championship Swimming Meet held at Tacoma,
Wash., on April 22 and 23, Clayton Van Lydegraf took third place in fancy
First row-Humphreys, Bandy. Knight, Griffin.
Second row-Gilstrap, C. Bradway, Beals, McKitrick,
Last year's track team was rather a sad outfit at the opening gun-fire.
Among the gangling group were no lettermen of the year's previous champ-
ionship team, but Mr. Weber with the help of the Oregon star javelin
thrower, Howard Dickson, took the situation in hand and turned out a iight-
ing bunch of men.
The first week the team opened their schedule in the Oregon Relay
at Corvallis, taking third in the distance medley race and placing second in
the shot by virtue of the powerful arm of Claude Bradway.
The next meet was held at Salem under the name of the Webbamette
Valley meet and 16 teams entered. Eugene surprised their followers by
Seven men then journeyed to the State meet at Corvallis but the boys
failed to make as strong a showing as they had done previously.
Five lettermen are now on hand for the 1932 season and many other
excellent candidates are in training. Under the tutelage of Fred Kramer,
the squad is set for a good successful year.
First row-Klink, Nasholni. Schrader. Kingwell, Willey.
Second row--Miller, Mooney, Belts, ljucr, coachg Starr- Martin.
At the beginning of the third six weeks Miss C. Duer, coach from the
University of Oregon, called for all basketball players from the three
classes. Practices were held and class games played with the juniors win-
ning all three games.
An all-star team was chosen and three games were played with Uni-
versity High. University High won the first by a score of 24-195 Eugene
High won the second by 31-25 and the third by 29-19.
The lineup was as follows:
Maxine McGowan .......,................ Forward Louise Mooney .... ..... ......... S hi e Center
Edna Starr ...................................,.. Forward Lenora Brown ......... .........-...... G Hard
Aby Schrader, Captain ........ Jump Center Grace Martin ....... . .............................. Guard
Subs: Opal Willey, Catherine Kingwell, Clara Nasholm, Maxine Belts,
Eloise Klink, and Florence Miller.
First row--Worden, Nasholm, Schrader, Starr. Kingwell.
Second row-Klink, Willey, Myers, Martin.
At the beginning of the volley ball season class teams were chosen and
games played to determine the class champions. The juniors Won all the
games they played and therefore received the title. After the class games
an all-star team was chosen by Miss Redkey, coach from the University of
Three games were scheduled With University High, the only competi-
tor. Eugene High Won all three gamesg the first by a score of 51-165 the
second by 37-359 and the third by 48-42.
Aby Schrader, captain Geneva Myers
Edna Starr Opal Willey
Lenora Brown Grace Martin
Catherine Kingwell Marian Worden
Clara Nasholm Eloise Klink
First row-Milligan, voaelig Strawn, Ilutchinson, Iilc-x'c-rw, Lindsay, Barnes.
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The winning streak of the Seniors in Class basketball has now been
stopped. They were dropped in the first round by the championship junior
team, 22 to 13. The sophomores Won the right to meet the juniors in the
finals by downing the 9-A quintet 28 to 7.
The score of the final game was: Juniors 195 Sophomores 11. The con-
solation game was between the Seniors and the 9-A'sg the latter group
won with the help of a few 1931 basketball lettermen, 24 to 15.
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1-Springfield game, at half. 2-Salem game. 3-Cottage Grove game. 4-Cottage
Grove tilt. 5-Salem game. 6-Salem battle. 7-Salem, kick-olf. 8-Salem, McKitrick
taking ball out of bounds. 9-Bands at Salem. 10-Salem clash. 11-Salem, Hill taking
ball out of bounds with 10 yard gain.
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Land of the Empire Builders,
Land of the Golden West,
Conquered and held by free men
Fairest and the best.
Onward and upward ever,
Forward and on, and on,
Hail to thee, Land of Heroes,
Land of the rose and sunshine,
Land of the summer's breeze,
Laden with health and vigor,
Fresh from the Western seas.
Blest by the blood of martyrs,
Land of the setting sung
Hail to thee, Land of Promise,
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When your telephone rings, when
You're hardest at work,
At your books about nine P. M.
And the plaintive voice of your
Pocket book's curse
Says, "Dear, I'm alone again."
Do you manfully answer with
Courage and force:
"My love, I have work to do ?"
Well, maybe you do, and if so,
My man, you're one of a very few.
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When our last election is over,
When the votes are won and are
When politics end forever,
And the bells for its ceasing are
When corruption lives merely in
And men are unmoved by gold-
Why, the world will go on just as
With the taxpayer out in the cold.
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Mamma: "One that has been giv-
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dred today, sir."
Coach Kramer: "Dash it!"
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that school once upon a time."
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Smith: "Whom are you working
for now ?"
Jones: "Same people-wife and
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The new hardware clerk prided
himself on always having a snappy
"Do you keep refrigerators ?" the
timid looking woman inquired of
"No," he snapped, "we sell them."
"Well," she replied, as she strolled
toward the door, "you'll keep the one
you were going to sell to me. Good
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Wifie: "Did you tell anybody a-
bout my pies?"
Hubbie: "Oh, yes! I had to tell
my physician what ailed me."
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Son: "Say, Pop, what do you call
a man who drives an automobile ?"
Father: "It depends upon how
close he comes to me."
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Jimmy Cwatching something tas-
ty going into sick-roomjz "Please,
Ma, can I have the measles when
Willie's done lvith them ?"
It has now been definitely settled
-that the man who first said "pros-
perity is just around the corner"
works in a round-house.
Russ Humphreys: "Gee, I hope
Dorothy likes the new crush in my
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WHAT TO READ
"The Faithless Wife," by Lida
"The Dentist's Revenge," by Her-
ter A. Little.
"Iva Payne," an autobiography by
"The Lady and the Osteopath,"
by Willie Duer Goode.
"The Sleepy Night Watchman,"
by Wares A. Bed.
"My Life In the Army," by A.
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Brevity is the soul of modern jour-
nalism. A budding journalist was
told never to use two words where
one would do. He carried out this
advice in his report of a fatal ac-
cident in the following manner:
"John Jones struck a match to see
if there was any gasoline in his tank.
There was. Aakge sixty-five."
A HIGH JUMP
We read again that a Bostonian
was showing a visiting Briton a-
round. "This is Bunker Hill Monu-
ment A where Warren fell, you
The visitor surveyed the lofty
shaft thoughtfully, and then said,
"Nasty fall! Killed him, of course ?"
Archie MacKinney was sitting in
the depot the other day holding a
baby in his arms. The child began
to cry lustily and soon it attracted
the attention of everyone around
him. By and by a waiting passenger
walked over to him with a smile of
pity on his face and said:
"A woman gave you that baby to
hold while she went to see about her
luggage didn't she ?"
"Hal Ha! Ha! I tumbled to the
fact as soon as I saw you. You ex-
pect her back, I suppose?"
"Hal Ha! Ha! This is rich! Look-
ing for her every minute, aren't
"Yes, and I think she will come
"Well, this makes me laugh.Lha!
ha! I had a woman play the same
trick on me in a Chicago depot once,
but no one ever will again. Young
man, you've been played on for a
hayseed. I would advise you to turn
that baby over to a policeman and
get out of here before some news-
paper reporter gets hold of you."
"Oh, she'll come back, she'll come
"She will, eh? The joke grows
richer and richer. Now what makes
you think she will come back?
"Because she is my wife and this
is our baby."
Moral-He who laughs last laughs
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"Sedentary work," said the college
lecturer, "tends to lessen the endur-
"In other words," butted in the
smart student, "the more one sits the
less one can stand."
"Exactly," retorted the lecturerg
"and if one lies a great deal, one's
standing is lost completely."
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your bathing suit this winter?"
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1-D. Bain and T. Newton. 2--Thelma Wilson. 3-Janet Hughes. 4-C. Van Lydegraf.
5-Drama on the beach. 6-Marion Gerhard. 7-Frank Fassett. 8-L. Miller, J. Moore,
E. Benedict, D. Ades, S. Crossley. 9-Jane Lewis. 10-George Klenk. 12-Margaret,
Bea, and Spud. 13-M. Bush, H. Mummey, H. Borrego, N. Skeie, B. Spurlock. 14-V.
Brent, D. Borrego. 15-Theda Spicer. 16-Roberta and Eunice. 17-Helen Dodds, Hale
Thomphon. 18-C. Nasholrn, M. Tulley, G. Martin, R. Pallister, C. Kingwell. 19-Cay
and Clara. 20-Lunchroom scene.
A man will always, disbelieve
And, on the slightest chance de-
But if your love for him should
Watch him scramble to retrieve
you. is as
Mr. Diebel: "Just hang onto those
two wires, George."
Klenk: "All right."
Mr. Diebel: "Feel anything?"
Mr. Diebel: "Well, don't touch the
other two: there's 2000 volts in
HF if if
Matinee Performance: Women
Without menman all talking produc-
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"A sonnet," explained Bob Ricka-
baugh in Mrs. Chick's English Class,
"is a very small baby boy."
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Lois W.: "Aren't you getting
Seldon and Morris confused ?"
Marceil J.: "Yes, I get Selden con-
fused one night and Morris the
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H. Dodds: "How are you as con-
Stacy Adams: "SWell! I can ex-
press less in more words than any-
one I ever met."
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Mr. Kramer Cin Civics Classj :
"Why did you not answer my ques-
Joe Hill: "I did. I shook my head."
Mr. Kramer: "Well, you didn't
expect me to hear it rattle from
here, did you?"
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Don: "What did the audience say
when you told them you had never
paid a penny for a vote?"
Sid: "A few cheered, but the ma-
jority seemcd to lose interest."
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Bill: "Well, Pa, I guess the de-
pression has hit my classroom."
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We recommend that the perfect
female teacher have the following
1HaThe size of Miss McDermott.
2-The personality of Mrs. Chick.
3iThe patience of Miss Chase.
4,,The poise of Miss Lamb.
5-The humor of Miss Kinsey.
6-The smile of Mrs. Christie.
7-The clothes of Miss Jackson.
9-Miss De Good's "it." .
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dramatic ways of Miss
OUR OWN DICTIONARY
Banana Peel: Food article that
brings the weight down.
Diplomat: Man who remembers
woman's birthday, but not her age.
Etc.: Sign used to make others
believe you know more than you do.
False Doctrine: Wrong medicine
given by doctor.
Horrible Example: Any problem
Man: The one animal that can be
skinned more than once.
Tale: Biggest part of a fish.
Vacuum: Nothing shut up in a
Zebra: Horse with stripes used to
illustrate the letter Z.
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And then there was the sap soph.
who took two extra subjects so he
would have more chance of passing.
l-Eunice, Roberta, and Ruth. 2-Burneal McGowan, Anna Rose Cothrell, Grace Mar-
tin, and Maxine McGowan. 3-Don Ades. 4-Benedict, Dyer, and Ades, 5-Molitor, Mr.
Fassett, Gerhard, and Scharpf. 6-Jane and Jimmy, 7-Alvin Bray. 8-Burneal and
Maxine. 9-Don Chapman, seasick. 10-Irene Stivers. 11-Ruth Clark. 12-J. Dyer.
13-R. Miller, I. Smith, C. McCadden, A. Davis. 14-On an outing. 15-D. Ades, J.
Dyer. 16-C. Van Lydegraf. 17-Musing. 18-J. Blais. 19-Annette Harmon. 20-
Bob Biddle. 21-Sweet Girl Graduate. 22-D. Ades, J. Dyer, E. Gerhard.
By the mountains named the Rockies,
By the river called Willametteg - r. -1
In the town by name of Eugene,
Stood the high school of the Axmen.
Dark before it rose the black butte,
Rose the butte with oak and ivy-
Rose the butte with white E on it.
Of this E my legend deals with
Of the painting in the Autumn.
Every year about September,
Fifty boys from Sophomore class,
Trudge with buckets and with paints,
Up the butte in pitch dark blackness
Up the butte in single file,
Strictly Watched by E club men.
In the days soon after painting
Many sophs are missed from schoolm
And their loving Sophomore sweethearts
Wonder Why they absent are.
If they could but see them at home
After painting the White E,
See them with their faces swollen,
Swollen with the vine of red,
Known as poison oak thereafter.
When in trudging up this pathway,
These ill-fated sophs are led
They are paddled..yes, they need it?
By these brave heroic men.
Strange as it may seem to tell it,
Few E clubbers dare to speak it,
These dear sophs this year were treated
With less harshness than e'er before.
If in case you don't believe it
Just ask those who went to school here
In 1923 or 4.
But tradition makes it forceful
That we every year paint white
Paint the E and keep it spotless,
Keep it clean with all our might.
So in ending let me tell you
Tell that these sophs in the future,
Will uphold our past traditions,
By the painting of the E!
-Laura Hughes, '3
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The old songs will soon live to be
1hKathryn Gallagher-Best dress.
2-Don French-Best dressed boy.
gHelen DoddshFor her Girls'
4-John Guild-For his good na-
5-Janet Hughes-For her Eugen.-
6,Bernal Miller.For his News.
7-Marjorie Scobert-For her pia-
8,Mike Chapman..For his wavy
9-Jean Borgerson-For her sing-
10-J im Jacobsen-For his roman-
11gEunice Elliot-For her giggle.
12-Bruce Tuck-For his histrionic
13-Ronald McNuttgThe Perfect
14-Leith Oglesby .- For his tap
revised and brought up to date, in
the opinion of a prominent jazz king
and he gives the following examp-
Parachuting Nellie Home.
In the Zooming O, My Darling.
My Bonnie Flies Over the Ocean.
After the Fall Is Over.
Two Little Girls Who Flew.
On a Skycycle Built For Two.
Nobody Knows How High I Am.
Has Anybody Here Seen Kelly
Motor of Mine.
Airily We Roll Along.
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Don C.: "Why are you painting
one side of your car red and the
oth r blue ?"
Geo. Skeie: "It's a fine idea. You
should just hear the witnesses con-
tradicting one another."
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Teacher: I want your sentences
to be so clear that they can be un-
derstood by the most stupid person
Qthen I can tell what you mean.
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lst Science Student: "All right
then, wise guy, if you're so wise, tell
me Why a motorman can't get a
2nd Science Student: "Because he
isn't a conductor, song he isn't a con-
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A real nice girl
Is dear Ruth King,
Always ready or any old thing!
Roberta . "You must take me
for a fool."
Jim J.: "Well, I would if I wanted
one." lk ,F at
Clayton: "I learned to play the
trombone in no time."
Sharkey: "Yeah, I heard you play-
ing it yesterday, that Way."
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S. .. 'm a member of the 'Out-
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Margaret R.: "Then let me see
FII Ill if
A girl I know
Is Orpha Lay,
And very gay.
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V. Brent: "But, daddy, Why do
you object to my becoming engaged?
Is it because of my youth ?"
Father: "Yes, he's:Fhopeless."
Chet Horn: "How is it that you
were ousted from the glee club?"
Elton: "Oh, I had no voice in the
matter." ,F at It
Our prexy will be Sid,
For a good man should not be hid,
When he rises to speak
His knees Won't be weak,
For he's an E Club kid.
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1. Because our mother makes us
2. Because we can think of no bet-
ter Way to spend the time foc-
3. Because studying at the library
gives us a chance to rate some
hot dates Calwaysj.
4. Because it seems to be the fash-
ion nowadays Csee College Hu-
5. Because we have to make our
grades to play football fthis
6. Because we want to? tOh, yesl.
7. Because that is what we came to
high school for. CRare, oh so
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Chet S.: "Have you ever had a
lesson by correspondence ?"
Ox: "Yes, I never write to girls
. Policeman tto Bill who nearly col-
lidedlz "Don't you know that you
should always give half the road to
a woman driver ?"
Carson: "I always do, when I find
out which half of the road she
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Likes to see
The money spent
By you and me.
Gallegher: "I hear you had a big
time at the dance last night."
Hewitt: "Yes, I laughed so hard
I thought I'd s:plittan:'infinitive."
Hughes: "Did you make up this
jolge about the two Indians your-
Leonard: "Yeh, it's aboriginal."
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A young man named Bruce Tuck
Who could dive and swim like a duck,
Was too modest to say
He had a winning way,
But claimed it was "just luck."
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"Absence makes the heart grow
fonder," murmured John.
"Oh, I don't know," remarked
Thelma, "Did you ever try pres-
ents?" X it
A real nice girl
Is Margaret Snow,
And always is
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Windy Wood: "How do you like
my new golf suit? I bought it to
match the new large size golf ball
they have this season."
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Would-be Employer: "Have you
any references ?"
B. Wheeler: "Sure, here's the let-
ter. 'To whom it may concern: Bill
Wheeler worked for us one week and
we're satisfied? " is
D. Owen: "Look here, y o u ' r e
L. Morris: "I am not. I had that
ace long before the game started."
Well, well, folks, have youse heard
the new halitosis song? No. I thot
youse didn't. Here it is-"Just a
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Tom McKitrick: "Is my face clean
enough to eat with ?"
Bernal Miller: "Yes, but you had
better use your hands."
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Soph: "I'd like to try that dress
on that you have in the window."
Clerk: "Sorry miss, but that's a
In room 204 you will see
The teacher who yelled Whoopee l !
When first she was told,
The placque she would hold-
Just ask if you don't believe me.
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Norman Pressman: "Did you ever
study a blotter ?"
Dick H.: "Don't believe I have."
Norman P.: "It's a very absorb-
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John Hill fat an Albany restaur- strong arms around you so that you
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earth are you
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Elton Owen: "Silly! Do you think
I want to get egg all over my poc-
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Military Officer fat drillj : "Now
suppose you are on your post on a
dark night. Suddenly a person ap-
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Paul Ageter: "Let's go, Honey.
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"Oh who shall be queen of May ?"
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A Senior girl must do it,
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Miss Chase: 'fgood boy," afternoon, "it isn't the heat, it's the
G. K.: "And here's ten answers." stupidity."
George Klenk: "I've added those
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