Fond Du Lac High School - Life Yearbook (Fond Du Lac, WI)

 - Class of 1926

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Regardless ol' your classification or year in high school, remember that, like the seniors, you will soon he completing your high school course. .Xlthough atl- vancement and promotion come slowly, they come to all who persevere. Nothing in lile that is worthwhile is gained without elfort. llave the courage and the patience to master your work each day and you will soon know the feeling ol' satisfaction that comes with graduating from high school. 751 lwfl irrnl i lx ' ' -1 '. A "M , ' , , K' ' W H xrnapr -'xX.4,'f l '- X T! Ta ! X ,ajft rr-1' ' IQ A.. ,, r. ' My ' .-J ' .u ,tj dm. Xi. ., I x xxxzrzxxxxxxx V -xxx o Q Q Q Q N .:a .,. .ui 1,7 V A nu JI' ,. , .K n 3 QEIUUI' UIIIJI' UH M' v fl Sf? l O 4 O, fans W ...J---"Q-:C--3-12-fr-W-L5-Q - ,.. - 0 . 0vo. ..oov' ,,. , -' ' , 1' , u. ,D .IL-w! .JwL, .J L35-:JK - 4'.-, Y lflnflll-XLFIJ, RUTH Iil'rzM.w, l.uCl,x lixlwmz, llkmzu liR,w'l', RAL1-H HRIiIS'IAhR, Ilommis l,m1Kla, I.UCIIAl.Iz l3km'l'l,rNma, IQ.xY.wwn l.11w1s. Rum lflwl- x'l'Rlc:K, Il:-Amari Mclissv, lhikxll I:RIl:Dl:I., llraNRlle'l"l',-x Nimmk. AlARll-, IQ G.-xnm, lJoRo'l'uY RIKIH'l'liR. NlARlON llxul-raxmzm, 121.11-xmfrn Sniuwu, Iil,IZABF'I'H llmz, RUTH Smrflf, Ul:NliVll1Vl: Illrrczunxs, Dm lSliR'lA X'or1l.1.,tl01ls: livxvvlilui, l.uc11.1.r1 XXTWSUN, S'l',-xN1.n-Y lilwluil., GUN XX'11HNl1R, lfkwssrlwrz XXRlm1'l', lllal IN I1-glnlu' ll-l'I!ll.lI!i lhlplm I' Willix l 4ll1'J1.Imf.1r1 Nfllnlflfurnlll law li. rvxlr-wx Qmior Qfficrrs Rn Aiosn lz. llki-rrtrso tloninteicial tlourse. llonor Roll Student f,l.rssical filub ii Inner fiircle. l. 1. 5: Ura- tnatic Club 1. 1. l,onnnetcral Llnb 1, lg I'vlni- mul Stall' I Business Manager 1. Life Stall l. 1, G, lditor C. President ,Iunior tilassg President Senior filllss, l,lass Plav. Arvtw l.ANo tieneral Course: Class Secretary lg Class Yice- President ll Spanish Club l. 1. 3, Secretary 31 Science Klub 2, Classical Club l, I, 3: Paph- nitvt Stall Z, 4. Associate liditor li l.1fe Stall 2, Y lnner liirclr l. lflass Play. llowsan liorsom General llourse, Classical Club l, 1, iz Aedile 5 I.iIe Slllll lg liootball 1, 3. "lil"-1 Basketball 1, i "l-i lienuis lllnb J. i. Class lreasurer i l.L'Cll.l.l1 Lrsmku lioinvnercial tjourse: Secretarv ul Senior Class l. llonor lloll Student, tloinmerrial filub Z, t Secretary 1: tklee lllub I. l Assistant ol Social secretary 5. llraniatic fllub l, Lift' Stall 4 llonor Roll I, J, 3. place in llookkveping l llis- o-iet Ciontesti Operetta i. XXALDO l-Av'Rr.ixu General Course: iintered as a sophomore from Springfield. Missourip SocialSecretarv igtllassical lllub I. I, l. Science Club 2, 5, President 4. Radio Club l, .Zz Tennis Club 1: President 2. Tennis Champion 2: Business Yllanager Lili' 5. I'oothall Z, 5 "li" 3, llrainatic Club Z, I. Wisn RHF CUCIIRANIA, lieneral liourse, Iirench Club l. Science lllnb I1 Commercial Club 33 Motar llaord 4, Social Secretary Class l. Senior Glass Zbistnry UR three years we have labored. plodded. sailed.. or slid through high school until now with a treasure of pleasant memories behind us and hope and vision ol a splendid future ahead, we prepare to leave the school which has figured so promi- nently in our daily lile. As sophomores, we played our role admirably well. At first we formed a rather passive background to the more active juniors and seniors: soon we began to assert ourselves. Our school spirit was evidenced early by our interest in all organizations and athletics. 'l'he basketball games held at the old coliseum were never without their crowds of boisterous sophomores. Sophomore days were happy days. ln retrospect it seems as though they were merely playtime because we have found so much harder work since. .Ks September nineteen twenty-four arrived, we were conscious ol' having moved a notch higher since our previous yearp and, therefore. we proceeded to acquire a new dignity, Our active interest in school life increased tenlold. Science Club, De Orator- ibus. and lennis Club were formed, many of us becoming charter members. Much en- thusiasm was aroused for debating as the girls vied with the boys. for the first time, for positions on the lriangular teams. ln November we elected class oflicers, but we were unable to have any parties as we had no gymnasium. Our honor roll showing was commendable in our junior year as we had a good percentage ol' our class on the list and, several times. held the highest averages in the school. ln basketball, in football. and in baseball many worthy juniors received letters. Our junior days were brimming over with active and interesting high school life. lt was then that we gained enthusiasm and ambition. But it is to our senior year that we must look to appreciate truly our high school life. l'he hopes of years were at last realized. liarly in November the school addition. containing the new combined gymnasium and auditorium. was finally completed. What senior has not experienced a sincere thrill of pride and of satisfaction as he has entered that gymnasium for programs, pep meetings, parties, and basketball games? We are equally proud of our cafeteria where we have enjoyed hot dinners on cold winter days and appetining lunches after organization parties. Uur school life has been further rounded by the new courses of home economics. manual training, auto mechanics, and physical education, Due credit must be given to the senior class officers who with the senior advisors worked to make the senior mixer, held in january, such a remarkable success - -,leanne Tennant Parte Twfnl 1'-we f:l'1 5 Mmm lil.lzABH'H ABLER General Course Classical Club l, 3. 4, Scicncv Klub I, 4. Xlortxu Boartl I, 4. Nnzuotaxs P. ABLER Commercial Cours.- lnm-r Klircln- 4, Dramatic Club 4. Pros. 4, l'epI'- mul Staff 4, Businuas Manager 4, Scicnct- Club 1 4, Yict'-Pres. 4, Classical Club 1, 4, Mu.nRr2n ADAMS - General Kfoursc Gcnvral Course, Kilawical Club 4, l,t.oYn ALLAN - General Goursv lnnvr Circle I, 2. 4, "li", Debating Tc-am 4, Classi- cal Club l, -2, 4, Acdilv Cnnwul 4. Football l. Z. 4, "A, l-. A," 2, 4, Scicncc Club 4, Orchtwtra l, Gmnvs Awnnuw - General Course Dramatic Club 4, Mortar llonrd 2, 4, German Club 1, Scicncc tllub 4, Art lllub 1, 'll-nms Club 4, l4Aul,lNu l4AcoN - General Goursc Dt' Oratorihus 2. 4, Mortar l4oanl 1, 4, Classical Club l. 2, 3, Science Club 1, 4, Dramatic Club Z, 4. GI.,-uws l,otusi, l4AkNl,s General Voursc Gt-rnvan fflub l, 2. 4 Scivncc lllub 4. Moms,-x l4.-ima - General Gourm- lllassical Club I, Z, 4. Scivncn- illuh 2, 4, Spanish Club 2, 4, Mortar l4oanl l, 2, 4, lh- Oratoribus 2, 4, Dramatic Club Z, 4 l,URRAlNl: M KRGARIJI' lzARRli'I"I' Commercial Course Science Club 4, Mortar Board l, 2, 4, Commercial Vlub 4 Rtrru l4A'l'r'mtMAN Commercial fzullff-' fitlmIl1t't'Cl1ll Club 4, Mortar lloratl 4, Axwa A. Baum. - Commercial Course Mortar Board Z, I, lrench Club 1, I, Commercial Cluh 2, 5. Mann. li. Beau - General Course Mortar Board 4, French -Clulv 2. Orchestra 2, Band 3, Dramatic Club I, Peptlmlxt Stall' 3. Rtrrn A. Iiecnwn - General Course ilonor Roll Student, Mortar Iioard I, 2, 3, Science Club 3. Clamaical Cluh Z, I, lfrench Cluh 5. Lois Bmils - - General Course Clamaical Club I. 2, I, Council Z, Mortar Board I. Z, I, Science Cluli I, 3, De Oratorihna Z, Art ' r Linh -. Roroms G. I5r1N'ri.m' Commercial Club Z. Raimi I.. ISuN'ri,eY Iiadlo Club 3. Ronmu' BI:R'I'kAM - General Course General Course General Course Inner Circle I. 2, 5, Sec'y. 1, Classical Club I, 2, I, Band I, 2, I Sec'y-Treaa. I, Orchestra I, Z, 5 ' III I Yice Pres. 1, Ieplrmrrl Sta liuNxi:i'rr llocu - Commercial Course Inner Circle Z, I, Science Club 2. NAT Bonn Band I, Z, 5. General Course CARIIIUN Iiourm' - General Course Iiand I, 1, 3, Orchestra I, 2, 3, Science Club 1, I, Tennis Club 2. Page Yzucnlj ull lIl:R'I'Rl'DI: lilww - ill-lll-lull Clllllm- Ulu' ll I l,IllIW 1. AIUIIAI' IIlulllI I. I. 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V. 5P1llllNll lllul' 5. X'n+l..x lllzwxlm - Cummercizll Course I UIIIIII l'l'x'I.lI iflnlv I. Xlurlzur Ilnzml 1. I. IDTLIIILIIIC I lnlv I. likxxn I.. Ilnzm' - Cjnnnnerciall Coram Inner Ilircle I. linmnn-r:i.nl lllnlw 3. IIUROAIIIY Ilnll - Clmnnwrcizxl Comme IOITIIIIl'l'CI.II I'InI1 I. XI:vrI.ur lIn.mI 2. I Glee illnlv , ,A Kfxlllkvx liulmxx - General Clunrsm Nlortnf IIu.n'.I I. I. Science Illnlw I, illnuicxll illnlw I. I. I. Irench Vlnlw 1, I. I5r:ln1:rliel.InI1 1, I. Iiuu. I.. Ilnnvxx - General Course Ilasaicul fllnlv l. I. I. Rqnliu lllnlv l, 2. I. Inner ilele Z. I. Scirlmce lilnh I. Z, I. l'cfvf1nuIl Sintl I. Iiuzmr Dol..-xx - General Course I I-nnllvnll I. I. II:ul4elIv:1II I. Buselvglll I. I. "I5' Iwmllnull I. llzlslxetlmll I. MIN" II.ue!1:lII 2, I. Xlucn, IDL llama. General Cmnrse Kerman Illnh I linux IDlTI'II:5 - General f:0llI'NL' Seienre Club I, German Lllnlv I, lllee lilnlv I. IRl'AI.KN Ijnuu- ClDl11I11t'l'CIilI Course Yienre lflnlv J, I. Wllllmx IIDW.-XRDS - General Cunrse Science Clnh 2, Spanish 2, I. ff .I ...I . ,-ge E? 9? , Ji' Page I'l'nlv-llvruv r Iftfrl t'-fum JIXRLENI' littRuARD'r - General Course Classical Count- I. 2. I. G, A. A. I. I. SCIPIICI' Club J, I. Spaniah Club 1, I, Mortar Iloartl I. Iitxnz lilotlNukon't Commercial Course Commercial Club I. GRACE: l:ADNhR - General Coursc llonor Roll Student. Glct- Club l. 2, I. Dmtnatic Club 2, 3, Classical Club I, 2. I, Opt-rctta I. Mttmuen l3at.Kt.Ns't'htN General Coursc Mortar Board 2, 5, German Club Z, I, Sciencc Club 3. Lots IWNNEGAN - General Count- Claaaical Club I. Z, I, llrunch Club 1, I. Dramatic Club 2, 3, Mortar lloartl I. l3ttANK M. I5t'lzv,x'tk1t1K General Coum- Clamical Club I. 2, I. Practor 5, Spaniah Club I Ioollmll I, I "I5". ljlz' Stall 1. I lhthx I't't'lt'A't'ktt:K - General Course: Ilonor Roll Sllltlrlll, Mortar lluard I. AZ. 4, St-ct. I Classical Club l, 2, 3, Quaestor J, Scum-ncv Club Z, 3, G. A. A. I. Tunnia Club 2, Art Club 1. .hm lft,ftttt1urv - General Cours'- Clamsical Club I, I. Mortar lloanl I. Glu' Club J, I, Ii.-t't'nkYw I7l,t1ts-zttzuax Commercial Course Gvrman Club 2. I, Commercial Club I. Mortar lloartl I. 2, I. Dukottty I3t.oon - Commercial Count- Commcrcial Club I. Xkilllllz I5 IIOGGATIA - Rzulin Club Z. Spaniah Clu General Course Iw I, Art Club 1, Z, mi ' 3 Dramatic C-lub 2, 5, Science Club 2. Ba -, , l'rpl:mul Stall Z, I. l.ilr Stall I. INN IIOXI-N General Course Nlmuoklrr I-xnxx - l'mnluvrcial lflulw 3, Scien 1 luh I llhxnrlfrr,-x limauun iiuuinu-r:iaI lflulv 3. l.r1,-xxnrzk IIRIZUND - .Ml hlllulv German liluh 3. Iennu l,IuIv 3. llm.k1ia'l'r'.x Iixar-um. llonur Roll Student. General Course ce illula 3, Clamical Commercial Course General Course 1, 3, Science Cluh 2, Commercial Cuurse German Club 2, 3, Com- mercial fllulw 3, Lrfv Sin!! 3. llukmrn' Gfuulx. - llonor Rull Slullunl, German General Course n tlluh Z, 3 Sec'y. 3, Glen- Club I, 1, 3 Librarian ol' Glee Clulw 3, Science ' I ' 3 lrn Klub 7 I Ciluh ,, Murlar lluarl .., Stall 3, Opurctla l. I , nib I -, .llc IIHLN Gfusm. - - General Course Mortar lluarll J. 3, Cilassirnl Clulv I. Z. lawumltl li,-Xlfl4Nl-,Y - General Course llaml I, Z, 3, Scxvncv Llulw Z, 3. Inner f.lI'CIU 3, llrzunatic Kllulv 3. PHYLLIS GAFl4NI:Y Commercial Course Mortar Board 3, Commercial Cluh J, 3. I I Pug: Tlurtuv-fire Ak'ruuR Garmin General Course Spanish Club 2, l, Cfuu. Gmumuo - General Cuurst Science Club 2, 3. Classical Club 1. l. lEl.lZABE'l'H GILBUY - General Cunrse Dramatic Club Z. I, Spanish Club 2, l. Dc Ora- goribus 3, Classical Club l. 2, J, Mortar lluanl .., 3. l:AI.VEY GORDON - General Course Mortar Board l, Z, 3. Science Club Z. l. Dramatic Club 2, Art Club 2. IIRANCIS Guumumx Commercial Course I'eptm.isr Stall l, lnnrr Circle 1. Classical Club l. LAWRENCE GRAHI. - General Course Athletic Club Z, Science Club Z, Spanish Club ll 2, 3. Baseball 2. l, Basketball 2, l. NORMAN Gmssi' - Coniinercial Course lnner Circle l. Z, l, Peptimirt Stall 3, R:uliu'Club l. Commercial Club 1, ' ll.la'i"l'A Gkoss - General Course Mnrtar llnarsl 3, I'eph1nifl Stall' 3. liuwrx Guunh - General Cuurse German Club .Z, Spanish Club 2. lil,lzABE'ru GRUENHECK - General Course Honor Roll Student, Mortar Board l. 2, i. Dv Oratoribus Z, 3, Pres. 3, Dramatic Club Z, 4, Spanish Club Z, 3, Life Stall l, 2, l. llouorm' Gunn. - Commercial Course Commercial Club 2. 4. German Club 2, 3, G. A. A, 1. Mortar Board 1. Suvla Guuu - General Course German Club l, Mortar Board 5. Maxvlx ll. IlAi.isAcn - General Course Band l. 2, 3 Librarian. Orchestra i,l.ibrari1xn, Classical Club l, Baseball I. z "li", 5, Science Club Z, Radio Club 1, l'tptimH1 Statl 4. Inner Circle 3. X'mi.iQ'r li. ll.Xl.l. General Course liuu, ll.aNKwl'l'z - General Course liaml l. 1. l, Urchcalra Z, l. Ruin ll.-xxmvm - General Course Llamlcal Llub l, 1. l, lfrvnch Llub Z, 4. G.,.'X. A. 2. Science lflub .!,bl, Mortar lloanl 1. l, IK-nnia l'lub 1, Girls' Tennis llhampinmhip 1. lfl.l.l:Y I l.-wk.m.AN - General Cuum- '.lurlar lluarsl 2. I. Classical Club l, 2. 3, llramalic Club Z. 4. Llfr Stall 1. 'lVln.mu.n IIWSEN - Commercial Course .Nllnlar ll-'ard J, l, Lmnnwrcial Llub 1, 3. lll.1.1.N Cl1l1l:l.lX llfxknukove General Course Nlmrar Bnanl Z, 4. Classical Club I, 2, l. Science Club L l.ucn.e llakooxux 11 - General Course Mortar Board l. 1. 3, Classical Club I, 2, 3, Science Club 2. 3. ' xe- mitifi - Page 711,115 l l uyr 7'l'1rty-sig li is . RAYMOND ll.w - General Cuurse Classical Club l, 2, 1, Science Club Z, 3, Cum- mercial Club Z. 3. lluufw llfwnm lintered 'as a senior from liures' lake. Nlinnt sota, Science Club 4, De Oraturibus 1, Ruin lll:l.L - - General Course llonnr Roll Slutlent, Mortar Board l, Z, l, Dra- matic Club 2. 3. Science Club 2, Art Club Z, Sprin- ish Club 2. De Orzitnribus 2. 3, Life Staff 4. X-ERNA llENNlNG - General Course Classical Club 2, 5, Science Club 3. 0 RUSSELL llwnh - Commercial Cnurse Iummercial Club 2, 3. MAncAkif'1lliNNni.fxN - General Cuurm Spanish Club Z, 3, Art Club Z, Glee Club 4, 'xllklzll ll. llwu - General Course German Club 1, Science Club 4, llaml 2. 1, Lili Staff 3, Service Club 3. lVlARll1 lloijrz - General Course Classical Club l, Z, i Quaestur 5, Dramatic Club l. 2, Glu' Club 4, G, A. A. l, Z. l.l10NA llucii - Commercial Course 0 Glee Club 2, German Club Z, Commercial Club 2, 3, Mortar Board l, 5, Classical Club l, 2, 3. OSCAR l.. IIUELSMAN General Course Spanish Club l, 2, ?, Classical Club I, 2, 1, Inner Circle l, 2. l lliim llusiixo - General Gourse Mortar Board l, 2, 4, German tllub Z, 4. Classical tQlnb l, 2, 4, De Oratoribus K, Dramatic Club Z. 4, l'1'plnmrl Stall 4. lbirrisieki llLl'l't1lIlNS - General Gourse llonor Roll Student, Football l, 2. 4. Captain 4 Sli" I, Z.. 4, Basketball l, Z, 4, Captain 4 " " 1. 4, Classical Club l. Tennis Club Z, Tennis Team. lVlll.DRl:ll Ins - General Course Glee tllub 1, 4, Sec'y.-Treas. 4, Sec'y. 3, Science ljlub 4, Classical Club l. 2, 4. Ruin 'IUSTEN - General Course Mortar Boaril l, 2, 4. Dramatic Club l, Z, 4. De Oratoribus 1, 4. Science Club 2, 4, Classical Club l,l l,L:tgl1.t.t1 lSXl'l'lil.l. Commercial Course llonor Roll Student, Classical Club l. Mortar Board I .4, Life Stall 4, Ihfplrmirl Stall i, Dramatic Club l tlommereial Club 1, 4, G. A. A. l, Z, Service Club 4, Class Play' Gum L. liasaoiuei Commercial Course German Club Z, 4, tlfmunercial Club 4. Mortar Board 4. lxrwi. li.-xiii-Maw - General Course t-lee Club I, Basketball I, 4, Classical Club l. 2. 4, Science Club 2, 4. Guess Klxiu-,L - Commercial Course llonor Roll Student, Commercial Club 2, 4, Treas. Z. St-Ev 4, German tilub 1, Service Glub 4, tilass l'laV, til .Wrox KiN'1'zi.uk - General Course 'le-rman tllub 1, 4. lnner larele l. 2. 4 Ireas. 4. Science lllub 1. 4. l.ur:iA lirizmaw - Commerical Course llonor Roll Student. Classical tilub l, 5, flom- mercial Club 1, 4, Mortar Board 4. Science Club 4. l Page I lurlv-nm t l 1 lgr' For l.ho lioiruu - - General Course A A. l, Science Club 2, Commercial Club 5 l.ucu.t,i1 KlJI.'l'l - General Courhe German Club l, 2, 3, Classical Club Z, Mortar Board 2, Science Club 3, Peptimzct Staff 1, llAR0l.D W. Koxz - General Course Radio Club I, Z, Science Club l, WlLl.lAM KRAVI' Commercial Course Commvrcial Club 7, Science Club I, Cfxsviia Kufxus General Course Science Club 4. R.-u,vu liimm - General Course liutureil as senior from New lfrier lligh School. Chicago, Lifr Statl l, Science Club 5, German Club 5, Pres. 3. Service Club l, Suuxxil lfklzbllzk - General Courae Mortar Board l, 1, 3. Pres. 5, Dramatic Club J, 3, l.llz' Stall l, l. l, lie llrzltoribus 2. 3. Clawical Club 2, Class Plnv. lJllW.'W.Rll W. likuvl- General Course Dokuruv KRUCK - General Course Mortar Board Z, i, Spanish Club 2, 3, French Club 4, Science Club 2, 3, Classical Club l, 2, 1. jouw j. LliMlliUX - General Course Dramatic Club fl, Science Club Z, 3, Commercial Club 3, Football 2 2. SILVIN l.milu'x - General Course Glce Club 2, fl, Classical Club 2, 3, Mortar Board l. l, Commercial Club 3. Ari Club 2, Life Staff 'lkumax l.emueux Commercial Course Rum l.liWlS - General Course Ilonor Roll Student, Mortar Board l, Z. 3, De Oratorihus 2, 3, Classical Club I. Z, 3, Dramatic Club l, 2. 3, G. A. A, I, 2. Tennis Club 1, Peplr- mirl Stall, l. 2, l, Knrieklue Lewis - General Course Mortar Board l, 2, 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3, De Oratoribus 3, Classical Club I, 1. 3, Science Club l, Vtplimixl Staff 3. EMANUEL LINDNER - General Course German Club 2. l, Radio Club 1, luner Circle l. Tennis Club 2. 3, Xil:RONlC.'X lsomiu - General Course German Club Z, 3, Treas. 3, l5rcnch Club 3, Mortar Board 3. Ximoru Loiuew - Commercial Course Classical Club Z,3. l31lAl4l,l: Lourziis - Commercial Course Germau Club 1, 1, Commercial Club 3, Mortar lloanl 3 , l..'KYAl.l.li lil4k'l'RUDli l-YNlilS Commercial Course Coiniucrcial Club 2, 3, Dramatic Club 1, Mortar Boarsl 3. Yeaxox LYNEIS - General Course lnner Circle 2, Band l, 1, 3, I l NIJ'-mir ,r-lu.-if llhkxxkn .Nl.M1II:,ll.VI'SIiI General Cnurme Inner ffirele I, Siem-nee tllnb I lltzkwlu- lllmuzuilx - General Coum fllammical Club l. Mortar Board 7, Glee tllnb I I. l. SeC'v.-'llreax l, CARI.'I'UN ll. Maknnml- General Cnnrwe German lllnb 5, Science tllnlw 5, Blossom ltflmuinw - General Gmane Commercial Club I Life Stall I, Ilantl I, Z, I tilasxical Club l, I I.hNoRr, NlAR'I'lY - General Course tilamsical Club l. 2. 3, Mortar Buartl l. 2. I Treas, I Dramatic tllnb I. Science fflnb I, Art Club C, I,ilz' Stall I, Social Sect VIIIIIIIII' Iflav 01,11-x Mxrnwnz - General tltnirw Glue tllnb I. Science tllnb I, l'rencl1 t.lnb 2, I G. A, A. I, Z. Ii.1xl'mklNi, Mczfl.-ncrm' General tluurxe Mortar Ilnartl 1, i. Dramatic tllnb 1, I, lilasvuul tjlnb I, Z. 3, Qnaeatnr I. Science tllnli I, liI1A'l'Rlt1I1 McCoRmn,n General tjnurw Mortar Ilnard l. 3, 4, tllauical tllhb .!, i, lreneli tllnb J, 4, Science tllnb 5. liuwngu Nlcflov - General Cuurse Glee Club 2. fflassieal Club I, 2, 5 Qnaextm 4, Mortar Board I, 1, i. Art tllub 2, Seca, z, Ireaw, 1, llraniatic Illnb I. Seienee tllnb 4, lair Niall I. Peplrmlsl Statl 3. Lien Mctlm' - - General Cuurae lnner Circle I, J, 5. 4, Dramatic lllub 4, lreaa.. tllaasicaljllnb I. I. 4. Srience t.Inb J Tennis Club Z. t lfS'I'l-.l.I.A McCRokY Commercial Course Mortar Board I, Z. 3. Classical Club l, 2, 3, Glee Club I, De Oratoribus 4. Science Club 3, Dramatic l.lub 2, 5, Commercial Club l. 2. 3. lllzI,l1N litiuixla lblClJONAl.ll General Course Glve Club I, 1, Classical Club 2, 3, Science Club l, Mortar lloard 3. Open-tta. l:ERNli Mclissv - General Course llonor Roll Student, Classical Club l, 2, Tennis Club l. Mortar Board 2, 3, Operetta 3, Science Club 3, Spanish Club 4, Service Club 3, lis'n3LLE MARY lNl3GAt1LEY General Course Mortar Board l, 2, 3, Classical Club l, 2. 3, Art Club Z, G. A. A. l, Z, Science Club l, 2. ADIQAL M.fKRY lVlCGRA'l'll General Course Nlortar Board l. 1. 5. Classical Club l, Z, 3, Science Club Z. 3. Tennis Club 1. Art Club Z. G. A, A. l, Z, Social Sec'y. Z. lix'i.i.YN MCMONAGLE General Course Classical Club l. 2, 5, Mortar Board 1, 5, French Club 2. 5. Science Club i. Iota Nll:RACl.lz - General Course G. A. A. l. 1, Mortar lioard l, Z, i, Science Club 5. Classical Club l, 2, l, Mmm A. Maven - General Course Glue Club l, 1. German Club 2, 3, French Club 3, Mucue R. lVll3Yl:R - General Course llonor Roll Student. Mortar Board Z, 3, Vice-Pres, 5. German Club Z. l, lreas. 2. Science Club 2, 3, St-c'y,, l.ilu Statl I. 2. l. Dramatic Club 4. Mn.t.icux'r Bekxtcu Miereks l Commercial Course Glec Club l, 1. 3, Commercial Club Z, 5, Social Sec'y. 3, Classical Club l, 2, Dramatic Club Z, 3, Mortar Board 2. 3, Operetta l, 3. L r t I Page Forty-tbrn' W' .ull-four RllUDEl.I. lxflll.l.l:R - General Course Scivncc Club l, Z. Ham-ball "lf" 1. GILRALD Muiiuizw - Ccucrul Cuurw Sciencu Club Z, 4, Clziwsicul Club l, 1, 4, l'r1-ugh Club 3. .loux l4rl0leRCIllzN Cmmncrciail Crmr-sc Scivncc Club i. l:l.URliNCl: lillilllil. bl0RRlS Commercial Course- Morlur lxllilfll l, Z, 4, Commercial Club 4, lilvc Club 2, 4, Art Club 2, Opcrctlzl 4 RAYMUND liuwmm MOSliR Commercial Cours.- lnnvr Circle 4, Radio 2, Commercial Club Z, 4. Trcns. 4, Sciuncv Club 3, Clam Plalv 'liiolxms Diwum .NlL'iuc,-xi' Cum.-i':il Cmirnu Classical Club l, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 4. YlNCl:N'l' ,linux Mrsoii General Cuiiixu Claisaicail Club l, 2, 3, Sciunu:,Qlub 4, lnncr Cirrh- Z. 4, Band 1, 4, Glcu Club 2, l'0olbull 4 4, lnukixixn lik.-wczus Nxss Clem-ral Course l'I'L'I1Cl'l Club 1, 4, Yicu-l'rcs. I, 4, Nlnrlur l4u.u.l l. 2, 4, lilu Stull 1. 4. l,t'f1flIIllxl Still' J, 4, Ik- Uruluribus 1, 4, Drquuzxliq Club 1, 4, litvrnli l, l'luywrigl1lur's Club Z. Mfucui MAun.'u,lxi1 Nur General Course Dlzlmnlic Club 1, 4, Cm-ruiaiu Club I, 4, Nlurlzir llmurd 4. Scivuci- Club 4, KARL OBl1RRlilCll - General Course l'upt1mixl 4, lwruizru Club 2, 4, lfrcs. 4. Rurliu Club, 2, Science Club Z, 4, Inner Circle 2, 4, Bziml 4, llrcunailic Club 4. Upcrcttzi 4, Climax Play. llllx 51111111111 IIIIIRIIN - IlL'lIl'l'1II U1111'sc llk'llx'lI K'luI' I, Scin-111'r Vlulv I, I, 'l'1'1'1xs. I. unllvzull ', I, I, M.-11 C. Illllkll-N - Guncrul CI1111rsf: Llxlmifgxl fflulw l. I. I. II1-.ul ul' lrilws I, M111'lal1' 7 T I ,lllllll limml -. I, 5iII'llCt' Lluh I, lJ1'41111:11i: Kilulw -. llxl I l1cx'1xu .l11s1.1'11 U1.s11x 4111111111-1'ci11l cllll 11-1ci.1l Vlulv I. .Xmas ljlflll - Gcncrzll Course luuvr ilirclc I, I. I. Prem. I. Clxnsicul Clulw l, 1, 1. I. llznnd I. 1. I l'r1-5. I. fJI'Cl1l'5ll'2l I Prca. I. l'1'pl11111xI Sjqll I. llllNllll'fN fl:111z1g1'r IA, Sciuucv IIIIII 1. I. lr1.11:1411l:1r IJVIVZIIIIIQ I1-11111 I, Llnsa l'l11y. Illzl.MORl: M. I'1111i.-1111 - IlL'l18l'2lI Cu111'sc lI:1111I l. 2. I, Urclu-51111 I, -l11111-r Circlc I, Scivncc Ilulv I R11l1114'I11l1 ' IIIINI 1l Vlulw I I I I'1pl1 . . . -, . su. .-. . ' - I Stull I. IILIYII. IJIlIlil:RAI - General Co111's1- llikinp: Club I. tivrmzm Club 2, I, French Club I. M nrlnr limunl J. I. 1lun11m-rcinl llluh 2. Scivncv i'IuI1 I J U1-1114111-, l'1f11.11 l5lRlll'Ul'l.U5 1101111111-rciz1l C0llI'Sl,' Qu11111n'1'c1:1l Illulf 1, I, Illzussiczll Cluln 2, I, llzlmclwalll I. lI.1wk1-Ilwull I. J M115 I,lIRChl.I. - Ga.-ncrul CI11111'5c lnhrul from Nllflll luml 1Iu l'1c Ili h 1s 1 Nl'l1lUl'. 1.111 ' ' . ' . 1: 1. 1 , u11wrci11I lllulw I, l-11u1lw:1lI I "l3" I, lIz1skc1I11:II 1 --11" 1 l4111.u11oR1 Ihwn.-111. - Generzll C1111rsc Illalssicnl Club I, 1. I, Scivncv Club I, Spzluish ljlulv I. lI111wu:1- R1-11:11 - General lIu11rsc Mortar lI11q1r1l I. G1-r1n1111 lllulw l, 1, I. Sciuncu i.Iub I. Page lfmllv-,wx ANNABlil,l. lllt:H't'me Commercial Course Ileplimisl Stall' l, Commercial Club l. Makttm Rtctrrtat - Commercial Course llunor Roll Student. Commercial Club Z. l, Mortar Buarll 3, Glee Club 4. lVlARY Rtnunwav - General Course Morlar Board 3, Classical Club 5, Tennis Club l, Cemmercial Club 2, Spanish Club 2, Science Club l. MEI.VlN Roetikmm General Course Ratlio Club l. Nl.-XBl:l. ROMANL - Commercial Course Glee Club 4, labrartan 2, 3, Mortar Board I, Dramatic Club I. CARRIE Routeiets 1 General Course Mortar Board J, Commercial Club 1, Science Club 1. Classical Cluh 3. l:Rll.llA ll, Rtscu - General Courae Mortar lloartl l, 2, 3, G. A. A. 1, 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3. Classical Club 1, 4, Glee Club 2, Tennis Club 5, Basketball l, Pvptrmist Staff 1. llorotuas RYAN - Commercial Course Mortar lloartl 4, Cnmmercial Club l, l'z-fllimlvl Stasi' l, Rosa- S.-xuurr - Commercial Course Classical Club l. Mortar Board Z, Commercial Club 1. Dramatic Club I, G. A. A. 2. Commercial Contest l-irst Place. Gtlwevtuve SALcHtek'r - General Course Mortar Board I, 2, 3, Classical Clttb l, 2, 3, Science Club 2, 4. ,luuw SA1,cuEk'r - General Course inner Circle l. 2, 5, llzuliu Club l. Science Club 1 -. 3. Muuuii. Simpson Commercial Course Cunimcrcinl Club 2. Science Club Z. Ci.uu.NL1i1 Slllllaklzk Commercial Course Inner Circle 2, Conum-rcizil Cluh l. l,ll.l,lAN Sciuinuiz - General Cuurse Glue Club l, 1, Mortar Buauxl l. 2, 3, Spunimh Club 5, Yicc Pres, T. XVILMER SCIIERER Commercial Course Cmunnn-rcinl Club Z, Classical Club l, Germain Club I llieuix SCHliRZlNGl:R - General Course Spxiuiah Club l. 1 Vice-l'reaisla'nl l, Science Club , . . . . l, Murlzir lluainl -, 3. I.llr' Stull l. Glcc Club l. Rusk SCuu.usKx' - General Course German Club l, 2, 3. Murlur Buurnl Z, 3, Clzlamifal Club Z, 4, Commercial Club 3. liLhANuR Sciu.MK Commercial Cuursc Glue Club l. Z. 4. Cununvrciail Club 2, i, Life Stull l. Mfuuie Scummr - General Course Murlnr llnzml S, lll1l3SlCiIl Club 3. C.-uu. Scumm - General Course Inner Circle 2, 3, Radio Club l, aauagag Club 2. Classical Cluh 3. I I l'u,Qc lforly-vmvf ual' lwfflr-r1,ul'! Mmuox Scnkxm - General Course Xlnrmrlliuaril l. 1, K, Classical Club I. I. I. llrzirnzmc Club Z, I, Science Club I. I. Arl lllnb I. Dr Orziluribua 2, I, Si-c'x'. 3. MA'1'iil.-is Senrn General Course Science Club 1, 5, -ILAN Smnne - General Cnurse Iintered an senior from lzlgin. lllinoix. Nlurlnr Ilmanl 3, De Oraluribua 5 Treas. 1, Spanish Club S, Science Cluh 3, l.1!e Staff 3. I IENRY SI1EI5IiI.Dl' General Course liLlzAmf1'n SERWI' - General Course llnnnr Roll Student, Mnrtzir Iinaril I. I. I, Dra- matic Club Z, 3. Seen: 3, German Club l, l.rlv Slaff 2, 3. De Oratoribua 2, I. Clasaical Clul- l, Service Club 3. IIRLANDO SHAW - Cummercial Cuurae l'vplnmit Stall Z, Cnmmcrcial Club I. IITIIILIA SHAW - General Course French Club 2, 3. Spanish Club 3, Mortar lhmrd l, 2, 5, Glce Club 3. JAMES S:1.uEN General Course Upcrcltzi 1. 'lou Sl.A'i"l'i:RY General Course Cpanish Club I. Ghxevlhve SKAFF - General Cnurse llonor Roll Student. Claaniczil Club I, lfrench Club J. 3, Pres, 3, Mortar Board 2, 3, G, A. .X. l, 1, 4, Tennis Club Z, 3, Science Club 2. liaxesr Y. Smiru - General Course Clamcial Club l, 2, 3, German Club l. 2. 3, Science Club I. Z, 3, Service Club 3. Imax ll. Sruuu - General Course Opcretla' l, 3, Glue Club l, 2, 3, Social Sec y. 3, Commercial Club 2. 3, Mortar l3uar4l Z, 3, Dra- matic Club 5, Science Club 2. Orme SMITH - General Cuurse Claamcal Club l, 2, 3, Aerlile 3, Praetor 2, Dramatic Club 2, 3, De Oratoribus 2, 3, Sec'y. 2, Mortar llnarrl l, Z, l, 'lennis Club Y. 3, Life Stall' 1. 3, l'4'pl1m1xl Stall' Z, 3, llunur Student I, J. .lambs SURILNSUN General Course llu-turn SUYK Commercial Course Commercial Club l, 2, 3, Science Club l, 2, 3. Rum Simaxs - General Course I-nlcred as wniurAI'rmn Furl Alkinhon lligh School, Murlar Board 3, Science Club 3, ,'n'f1ll?Hlil Stall l. .-Xswciatv lwlilur 3, Dramatic Club l, JXMl:l.I-X S'l'rmu.xi-"l'li - General Course German Club Z, 3, Science Club 3, Commercial Club 3. lll1l,LN S'I'RUl'I' - General Course Glue Club I. 2, Mortar lluarll l. 1, 3, Classical ' Club l. 1, 3, Dramatic Club 2, 3, Y. Prem, 2, llc Uralrfribus 1, 3, Y. Pres. J. l,lfr Stall' 3, Scivcnce Club 2, Debaliug Team 1, 3, "li" 2, "l"' 3. l3l.lVl: S'rkuu - General Course Glue Club l, 1, 3, lirench Club Z, 3. Claxsical Club 3. Dv Uraturibua 3. Upvrvtla I. 3, Science Club 3. llnunrin' 'l'-wma - General Course Science Club Z. Classical Club I, I, 3, Spanish Club 3, Mortar llnarll 3. l'r1gr lfu: Irivn 'i Ihfgc Fully LIAR 'main vI4I:GI:N llmnlncrcigll Umm- .IIANNL Ilwmrvl A lwnurnl Uuuw V-iIIL'kIIiIIII'IlIII, Glu-1.IuIv I. Mmm: IIn.mI 1. I. Ih- Uratnrihua 1, 4, Ilvnwr--Ibv Or.1luriIvus 1. Spgmixlx flluh 2, 4, Suk-ncr flluh I, I. f1I.xwic.ni flluh I. 1. 3, I,itcr:1li I, 'Il-unix flluh J. 4, IIYLIIULIIIC Club 1, 3, IIBPIIIWIYI 5I:lfI 1. .Nswciniv Iwlilm' ul Ivlfe' I, Rl"IlI 'I'm-.w Qlurmm-rciul IIUIIINC AIUTIJI' Iimml Z, I, I,IlIIIIIIl'I'CIilI I.IuI1 I, I. Iiumik 'I':m1m, Gem-ml Cullm- filausicnl llluh I, M.-xkmmuil 'I IIII-III: Gum-ml ilmxrsu GLILNN 'I'llLRw,x'ln1mu Clmmm-rcignl iluurw l M,-uma 'Imml-wx - llcncml ijuurw Ulu- illulv I, 3, Mortar IIu.uII 1, I.I.lNNIC.lI I.IuI- I. ' I Scivncc Cilulw 1, 4. I,fIIl'I1llIIi flluh I, I,IN'I'L'II.I x. IILVIII 'ITM-1. - Ucllcrgll linurw I Inmicnl KQIuIv I, J, I. Imax Imslx - Klcncrznl Clmlrsc I'I.nwlc:lI IIIUIH I. J, I IEIMHQ IIIll'I' Ckulllm-l'cia1I ilmlrw Iwrfl' IIRIGGS - General Course Ilfuv Clnlw I, Uperella I. Ivx ll'RliNY - QZUIIIIIICFCIZII Course Mnrlxrr llmrrnl I. I. Iinnrl I, 1, I, Klnrnmcrciul Llnlw 1, 5, in-rnmanr Cllnlv 1, 5. 1r1sl.u'r- Illlil. - General Course A, A. l. i'n1nnlerc1.lI illnlw I, IIIIIPI llirclv 1, IJIL' Stull' I, Scir-nee Illulv J. I. lirlfx XIAN I'r.xfl' - General Course lllgumicnl lllnlw 2. I, Murlzxr llu.mI tl. 1, 3, Spanish Club 5, Science lllulw I. De Orutorrhus 1. 5. Ii nu Yn 1 xx'm.I4 - General Course lr.nInr i,InI1 I. 4, Inner' Lucle Z, I. hu1'lngll1 Llnlv 1, I. IJr.un.rIrc ljlulw I, Scrence lllulv I, On-rr-lla I. I .Ixus l'l:ry. .lnnx ll. Ynrlrl. - Cmnmerciul Course Ilunur liull Sludenl, Suienuv llluls I, I, flKlIHIlll'I" I 1 ' ' uml Llnlv I, Prex I. lvplrmlrl Stull -, Izrlrlnr rn Vlliel I. Xkllnk Wxem - General Course ln-rrn.rn Llnlw 1, F. li.nIin Llulw 1. Science Clnlw 1, 9. Il.uun.n W,xnNr.R General Course llalnnl I, 1, I., Yice-Pres. I. Orclmeslrn l. 1. I. 7 Science Club J, I. SILIIIISII lllnlv -, I. Inner Circle I, l'r'pflnm1 Skull 5, IQI.lmic.lI illnlv I, 1, lianllo lllnlr I. WIILINIA XY.-Xl.lIk.II5 - kicnerul Course Mortar Ihmnl I. J, I. Dr:nn.rIrc fllnh 1, I, I'rvncI1 illnlw 1, I, Science C.Inl1 1, lllgrwifnl Illnlv Z, Pap!!- mul Stall. Ih- llrxllurllvux S UMM: Wxlmx - Clnnnnerciul Cuurme Inner Circle l, Ikfplrrrml Stull' I, lifunlnercrxll Cfluh I, i. I Page I"1l!y-unc 'm I' Gmane Sl'-tum' XV,x'rsuN General Courme llunur Rull Student, Band I. 2. 3, Glaxsical Club l, Z, 5. Dramatic Club 1, lnner Circle 4 l. flux Pln ALI-Rl:D Whexs General Course Classicul Club l, 2. 4, Spaniah Club 2. 3, Scienu Club 3, Radio Club Z, l'cpl1nurI Stall 4, lland I. 1. Cmkencn WEGNER Commercial Course Classical Club 2, Science Club 3. lli.li'l'llA XVEGNER - General Cnurae Mortn Board l, 2, i, Classical Club l, 2, 3. Span- ish Giub 2, 5, De Oratoribua 2, I, Treaa. 1. Dra- matic Club 2. 1, Life Stall' 2. 4, Treas, ul Alunuur Class, Honor Roll l. ADeLlNE XVHIMLR - General Course Science Club 3, German Club 2, 3. Mortar llnard 2, 5, Classical Club 5. llRNl:S'l'lNlz Wl:llNl-R - General Gunm- llnnor Roll Student Mortar Board I, Science Club 2. l. German Club Z, 3, Clasxical Club I, l.oRR.-xl Nh Wieswnfxl. C1 nnmcrcial Course lltannwrcial Club J, lllaniral Club .Zu Mortar Buxird 1. l, Glee Club l. l..xxx'Ri.m1h li. Wu.-u.i.x General Gnurae lllanical Club I, 1, l. Science Club 3, Spaniab Club ?. Opvrvtla I. Inner Circle l, lwmtball l, Z. 4 --lr". lirm Wlwiiwmmhu - General Course German Club 2, l, Sec'y. 4. Science Club 2, L Mortar llnard 5. UHJRGL XNIGIVI' General Course livuufu M. M"llrME'l' Commercial Course Classical Club l. 1, 4. lllflflllf lluaml Z, i, 1.0m- Iuercial Cluh l, 2, 1. Aluux xxllllll- Cummercial Course lf."Il.l'll XVILLIS - General Course Salutaturian, Tennis Club 3, French Cluh 2, 1. Drzuualic Club Z, 3, Inner Circle 2, 1, Vice-Pres. I l, Classical Club l, 1, 3, Radio Clulv 1, Scieluiu Clulv 2, 3, Plplmmi Stall 1, l.1lI' Slaul I, Ram-lunll I, 4. i, "Ii" I, Il, llreugx MARG.uua'I' XVRIGHT General Course llunnr Roll Simlvlmt, French Club 5, Classical Club l, Z. 3. De Oratoribug 3, Mortar Board l, 2. L Science Club i, I't'lYfllIIlXt Staff l. Rlrru A. XVRIGIIT - General Course Llassical Club I, I, 3, Murlar Board l, 2, 5. Science Club 4, Glee Club 1. .Xrl Club 4. .'Xl.BliR'I' YELLI: - General Course- French Club 1, 3, ODCILWIZI l. l.LIeII,I,e ZANGI. Commercial Course Glen- Club I, German Club Z, l, li0ll1I'll0l'Cl.ll Club 1. LUCERN lf. Zmzow General Course Aihletic Club 2. O i I e l"IllI' Hur Iso Mcfov Dehmm., Tum Trusunr ul IDTHTIIYIC K uh D1 lm RT Ilurcnlws I 1 s L m lp lll oothall Tum llunur Roll Stuumt JLANNP I mmwr lluiutornxn Assuum Idnur of e lhuum VVrc.mu 1 Dm fmfllllflillk RAY MOND BR1 lruNr. Idltor ul lr e Premium of Sunur C ' W Ilonor Roll Stun. I Amos Illll Q mm, Team Cl Ima Su Ixm msn D lass ay: 'cslet . nr.lr u I.1le Stuff. l.l.oYn Al. .N 7 oihnll Tvzlmj 'hz '15, "cs 1 3 C :1xxL li h. ... .g .M agp . K -- ' ,-1' af' V , . "' .-ul rf' 1 Vw 4' F83 .,,...3. if lluw xkn Im sun lklnmm-I ul Syqlux 41.95 li.ukmllv.1II 1-111111 I-uulhglll lcum, lflldix. Llnwlczll S 1 Ul.IXIz SMIIII lllr Slzutl, I'ehI1mnl Natl, Dv l1X'1lHlYihllN, Run NNIIIIS l,k'hl!lllUL In-:u111 Snlutnmrmn, ,jwmllvull lkll l IE' l:1,u.-xnlrlll 5l.RXXI: llmzur Null bludrnt. Drxnngulig Club. Ncrvlcv Vlulw lrfr Xml! :R 'l Nlll Q lxllil N lxuu Omluu-ml Tuul K lwss I'l'n' lnl'l'lI1lll1f ll1hl'rv.wulcl1l. M AR 1 11 R. M wax lunnr Null Slumlunl, St'nIl'L'Iilfj' ul Sciunu- u P lint ol Vm linlnl II11 Sill! me I'L'lu'1 luulwllwll lk'lll1 Iuullwlll ltllll l'l'L-sinivlml nl llc l?l'1lI0fli3llh, bllunur Null Srnuor fnilass Quinn: LDRAL AND NILE GREEN jllulurr WARD ROSE fclutru CHARACTER IS ALL? '1 .al 1 tttlass ropbenp fx Prophet there was, with flowing white hair. Who was renowned as a mighty soothsay'r. Now, I lived not in his day, nor he in mine, So we agreed to set back the clock of Time. Thus I sit close to him, very nearby. And questions to him I eagerly ply. "Oh, mighty Prophet, I fain would know how, To tell what my class is doing ten years from now." The wise man, he gazed with a grave, kindly eye. And told me he would with my request comply. He took out a mirror of clear, crystal sheen, And told me to write down what I had seen. The hrst that I saw in this remarkahle glass, Was the figure of a thin and tooth-pick like lass. I learned that 'twas Lucile Ilardgrove, who's become Advertising model for Silph Chewing Gum. In a soda dispensary was Ray Breitung supreme To see him jerk soda was surely a scream! Playing on twin organs, I observe with pride, Are Olive Smith and Marge Clarke quite up to their s And Leo McCoy, who is feted and courted. In his last role of "Faust" hellowed and snorted. Sue Kremer, l note is quite the rage: Well, she got her start on the Roosevelt stage. Vince Musolf, I see, takes VaIentino's place, Yes, the women go wild o'er his handsome face. Ruth llelz and Corinne Brucker run a taxi line. And as their star driver. Karl Dohyns does shine. tride. Ralph Willis, a scientist, known from Cape to Cape, As an authority on "Skulls, their size and shape." Monie Baker in a theatre on the Great White Way. Plays ingenue roles at two thousand per week pay. Jeanne Tennant--an all around athletic champion is And her lame is known hoth on land and sea. she Pug e l"iIl',v-rr:'4'l1 Ihlgr lfiltv-eiylll liarl Oberreicli is the owner ol' a sauerkraut factory, So many times a millionaire by this time is he. Bud Wegner is the writer of powerful blank verse. And the critics proclaim that it could be no worse. Helen Husting's a kindergarten teacher! Can it be? But yes! see the little children clustered about her knee. Mrs. Murphy Ganor--why, yes, it's our Freddie, And to all appearances, Murphy's still "the steady." Ruthie justen presides o'er a popcorn stand, And butters it profusely with a liberal hand. 'llflutchins and Favreau--Get Your Shoes Shined llere" l'lml Del and Waldo missed their calling, l fear. Then in the mirror a wee speck did I see, An aeroplane! and the aviator? Why, Alvin Lang, 'tis he! Lloyd Allen, on his sobbing and soulful violin. Ilelps Rev. Folsom retrieve penitents from sin. Doris Cook and Dorothy Gabe! in the choir do sing. And their harmony thru the air does musically ring. Then a billboard l saw with this amazing script, "Come and see Fighting Larry get whipped!" So l.arry's a prizefighter--and Albert Yelle? Why, Obby's his manager, so does the mirror tell. Kenny Butterfield has a wonderful and worthwhile career: He travels with Ringling's Circus all the year. Betty Gruenlieck's the first woman ambassador to France, And she leads the handsome courtiers quite a dance. Demure Biz Serwe is a writer of fairy tales: Oh, many childish lips has she quieted, and many wails. Now, I forgot to mention that this Clock of Time ls the kind that does ring with a fearsome whine: So this now it did, like a summoning call, And at the same time vanished the Prophet, mirror. and all ---l,orrai11e Nnss, '26, Elluntnr lass I. Pvt-ke IE. llalverson I., Ilanson j. Iitcher G. Downs CLASS OIIIJICISRS l.AcHi..w Peake President lis'rHeR llAi.viiRsoN Vice President Louis llANsoN Secretary jour: l.i'i'cHER - Treasurer GuNEviiivh Dowws Social Seirrelary 'I' had to be I I I The stars must have been propitious at the organization of the class of '.Z7. ls it not fitting that we make this audacious statement since we feel that by our representation in school activities we have more than upheld the high standards of the Fond du Lac lligh School? The Ilonor Roll every six weeks boasts of many juniors. We are proud to claim such splendid junior representatives among the district champs as Dick Watson. Abe Manis, and Louie llansen, stars of both basketball and football squads. We have girls who, too, have played important parts in school activities. llarriet Carpenter is vice-president of the Orchestra. Ruth Broda is vice- president of the Glee Club, and Marie Stepnoski is senior Consul of the Classical Club. Besides holding such positions in organizations our girls have con- tributed to the success of pep meetings and football and basketball games. Without Iisther llalverson and Agnes Promen as cheerleaders, what would the school have done to create pep? "Tis common proof" that our class party was one of the most successful in the annals of school history. ---Cezvlia Marsliall, 'Z7. l'.1,igl' lfilly-ri -ag-..,-K Paul, Knous Student Servicv Cluh--Captain' llunur Rollg Scicncv Glulm Baml: liusim-ss ilanwgcr Life, NlARlE STEPNOSKI flonaul ul' Classical Club: Stntlcnt Svrvicc l,llll"I Mortar Board: Science Club. Pargr Sixtv Lotus Hlwsow Basketball and lluuthallz llaseltall: Class Olliccr--'Treasurer :Track: Spanish Club. llAzEL lflmxtaw Dc Oraturihumg Mortar Bnnrtl: Classical Chili. lfmxnxcu lltawxmc 6 Student St-rvice Club: llonor Roll: l'rp- linnvf antl Life Statls: Classical Clnhg Mortar Board: De Oraturihlts, ABE MANIS Basketball: Captain lilect for Football: Class Baseball. GENEVIEVE DOWNS Clan Ollicer--Social Secretary: Mortar Buartl: Science Cluhi Frvnch Clulv: Classical Cluh. RICHARD llEA'ru lnnvr Circle--Triangular D5-hatr: llonur Rnlli Life and llepfimtrf Stalls, u H4 I'ugr Yuly-U N x Y ! 5, 127 L21 kg .xii xxx xrgzrkx gr kk Q 4 + ,ss , ' ,Eg iumnr Iannur ull :'. . ,X ...................... ....... ' f V A ,W yn " L, I V,.Vf f .. . . .. .?'?I., '- ' ,4 W' 'wp jg 1 92 f Page .Xmlv-Iwo ADELLA ABRAHAM RUTH Baonm llARRlh'I"l' CI.-xRl-1-N'1'me l7oR0'l'llY DIHMAN l.mu1N,x 'DUI-I-RIN Ynom Ilulflfkm lis'1'1niR IQWALD ISERNILH1 lfouav IAJXURINIZ fllzlill.-XRD IHARIUN Gmsow .IIQNNH1 Coolmax RICIIARD Illfmul l3:.oR11Nu1 llhxxlma 0 f:IlARl.liS Ilriss QRACI5 jwsmv Domrrm' Kl.lNl3lH1II. I'.'xl11. Klmns Iil.s.x Iixuu Calcium Mxxsllmlfl. Mxms RISIIXU Guomsh Rm' 'DOROTHY Scillkmzk 1 W . Wt, VV vgk 1" . Sophomore Qtlaoo C. Musolf ll. Oltery D. lfinger N. Kraft CLASS OFFICERS CLAUDE Musotif - President llENi-XY O'r'reRY Vice l'1'eside1zl DONNA FINGER Secretary NYLA KRAF1' Treasurer ll li Class of '28! Who has not heard of us? We, by our enthusiastic co-operation, good fellowship, and acknowledged ability throughout the entire school, have conclusively disproved the fallacy--concocted. no doubt, by the upper-classmen--that a sophomore class is but a ncesesary evil. We have raised the standard of scholarship! The patronizing. lofty seniors have bowed before us in defeat in the athletic world. We have penetrated the social whirl with a successful party. Our members can be found in prac- tically every organization which enrolls sophomores as members! Life and Peptimist staffs could not get along without us! One of our members is among the ten chosen for the debating team. Our class has ardently boosted every school enterprise, sophomores being well in evidence at athletic con- tests, the Dramatic Club program, the band concert, and the all-school operetta. Our prominence and aptitude, however, were not without recognition. We enjoyed a privilege which no other sophomore class has had since that of 'Zl. We were allowed to organize! Our officers we believe, will lead us on to heights which will justify all that was forecast for us. The Class of '28 is launched. We bear watching! ---Donna Finger '28 Page Sixty-llvru. 1.-...f-.L .... I'ugc Sixty-four Pagc Sixty-ive A ,wg 4 WV' 4 gi-'pri sg f WL .!,.4 Zi 725 Q55 :J ,A 1' 1 vi W A Q ' g, 415: ,g fi - 1 o X ' f Gif z 5' "F, il fi' 5 D :I J . Q ' E --f 5 A. - l J A' A D A2 f ' 9 , fs 3 1 'fy - 5 K "C . 3 A -Q35 D E, A Q 'C F! WEJJ , 6 5 .B+ A.: Q: w, sf' .1 tx UQ Q- ,?5?:4:l 1: Ig, . ' A MW lin e. Lug! 24 a-A ag-. A-PM f.: !,M,x.V...,3..5:.,v..,,, A 1 YY-qi Xbhg. f l' Q' ' S 2 Face .Srxly-mr Sl1lkl,l4,Y Al.C0'l'I' ROBERT B.ANNlaRAuN ALICE Boumw ELAINE Bounuv lEl.llABETll Ilkmfxlu llr-.LEN CHAPMAN lil-EANoR IJIEMAN IETHEL IfS'I'ABROOKS DONNA FINGER I.ll.l.lAN GAHMA GLADYS Glzlfilik DORIS Gnisri MARGARIQI' Goumm RICHARD GRASSY lfI.MliR URUNWALIJ AlIl.DRl:D lluwl-1111.11 Iis'l'uhR -IAHR Russulx. KIERIG BERNAIJINH l.liHMAN lSAHl:L l.l'I"I'l,li Iimu. l.0RI1NZ 'ldllinnoklu l.mu1Nz A1lRNAHIzl.l.l'f l.m:l'1lv MARc:11l.x..x IWANN MARY NIARSHALI. BhR'r1lA IWIESEN MARIE NOLAN f:HARLES PLATZ M lzl.I'l'TA Rosw me SYLVI:S'l'ER S'rEvNoslu Ill51.r5N XVELLING r r' U 7 A. lx Ev: 'V Z ' Ts,X'fal'?ftv1V, .rw ings? f .4 Q c 40 u "fn ' 'M vw 'Q Sf? .4 L7 ' xy 4 f 1, 'rf , . , 1'1- ' 1 in ng 4 " 'WSLFQ . 'Fa FF ff 5 .' , .a ' 1 'gjwgei 6. A --Qpf"4..1g 3, 4-. :jk fir' U Iv . In ' nrian 1 N f 3 'f ,, - f 5 F f H Q . ' SELMA' KRUBGER 1909-1926 ' . BQ Q .. ' Q ! 11 fa Q4 . fl I K -1 ,o x T42 X Y T .J QQ? 'N-is-4 .1 ' KU . , 1170 1.5. s 5 'H If-ri ",'W':f-"f1"4f" 93597 fil . 5977 ' - ." "1 m a - if ,.w.- My x ..5A 'fl wi, f, R' U W I .Q 1 .. 1 I JXQQN V . ' A" T? .. .,,. I , 1 I '-f' , .f " 1 'K Pun-lib-nun o "Y .' . 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Damaris Pullen l.atere1ztvc Collage l Phi Chi Omega ' ' ' 'mfffi stair Al Beta Sigma Phi l lfreshman Clieerleatler - -l Basketball Letters llleta Sigma Phi Carroll College - - el Varsity Debating lhi Kappa Delta Pilssetl XVCSI Point lliesl ,QA?yewfg'gHeWK-sb.m2sn'm'e7Aif:zesezfe5Q :QSQPSZF YAYSWNZS If swx y fr X '. --'A X ' X , if-A 1 :SQA f ' Q1 03 222122353 2 " ' 5' l1gfG1sxkYfjJG was - k 1' if .win f,gf N Qi Eg, 6' f-X 'TQ -499 ZW g i- ' Bw W x i 4 X 1 , M' ' f J X M, Q M , A W ml 1. rv - I, X . WYS1 " Xxx 1 I XX N K +r'2,W l,'?"5fi Q rrefqffrf 93. j',3 MPM, A my-S2 ,- SN' ff' N 1-,Y 6 X xx, .K ff XM. VA , Q Q4 Q Qvwx ' 2,112 Elm . all W 'x f Q-N f I YM . 4 , 4r f " f "K, -F fff' f f .f V if SYHVVL LIFE ' g-9 ,f- V. I , 6 w W ' , W' , . X ,J ' . .Q 5 x M f , ' cj sg fm Evwff 'mW ' Q J J V -A - L' 4 1 ' JD r . H 1- 2 ,I 5 f , f f L S f Q I IZ W Qf P H, QS Q-FJ X f K2 E , I N , ' -. ' X X ' ,--I wx x-' . ff K h W Y Qggi 72655 K W -Q5-QS.-f, X .4 f x. f' .fa.X A-. 440 ,Q f3j'574'? 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Ol7lilCfl?lZS l'resideuZ Niczuoms ABLER Vice l'rexide11t HELEN STROUP TI'L'lIX1ll't'1' - I.Eo Nlciilm' Sl't'z'elf11'-i' lil.iLxiufl'll Smexviz UCXIIQSS was the keynote ol' the work accomplished hy the llramtic club this year. 'lihe three one-act plays, The Maker of Dreams, The Slave 'teilli Two lfavex. and The Florist Shop, were types ol' the rather unusual themes which the cluh members interpreted skilfully and appreciatively. The cluh this year consisted ol' lilly-three members, all ol' whom dis- played histrionic talent. 'lio these members and to their coaches, Miss liohl- man and Miss Mickelson, is due the credit the cluh deserves. The Class play, ,fl Pair of Sixex, given at the Roosevelt Auditorium was the linal success ol' the year, Unique portrayal ol' character and skilful inter- pretation were in evidence in the production of the Commencement play. lhugr Yrzwzfr QBrrbmtra Ilzp Rain'-.1lr. Xrlvnlilg, Iliferlur. II. ll'ug.gm'f, lfrmlc, l'vllI, Kfvrry. Suimzd Rim' l'n'lmrI. llrlxlrl. Cilrfwrllrr. C. lfnnluv. Ilrrlmul. lllzlfllx. llwlil Rm. Rui. llnmrl' lirmrlclmril, lizmkvlmun, l'nlqmiu1. 'l'rml,'r. Nullmiin. lliallmrlr, lx'. lil-ulilx Ul5l5lC1lilQS llwlviilwzf - Mums l'lfrl'l' l'ire-l'rcxidm1l - llfuuuwi' CARl'liN'l'l:R Scvrvizlfj' und 'l'ruax11rvr - l.Yl.ii TRADER Ijlmzrifm lXlARVlN llxismctii- lll: u1'clicsli':1, zillliougli nm- ol' llw smullvr clubs ul' lfuml ilu l.:lc lliglt School, was unc ol' the most zlclivc. 'llic nrclicslrai was in cxistvncc lzisl year, but il was not formally orgzlnizcnl until WZ5-20. ll has lwconiu am asset to our school l5CCllllSL' ol' its good work umlvr llic vxccllcnl Llirccliun ul' Nlr. Schmitz. 'llic purposc ul' thc club is to 0IlC0lll'llgL' llic study ul' music :uul 10 prc- plll'C llic sluilcnls for lzucr orclicstrzi work. 'llic orclicslru furnished the music lor the commencement :mil lmcczl- lgiurczilc cxcrcises. for the opcrctlzl, The T0ySl10p, sponsorcll by the Glen Club, :mal for mzuineu nlzmccs given in our iww gymnasium. 'Klee Se:-rn! r-one Qerhirs Qliluh u 'X Trip l1'u1.' Pmmefl. Kmlf. .'llrl:'vv-v, Ilmlg. Slvpumlzz, lfllllffl. llcvunu, lf lhuulfi' S f-4'ff nd lfnu--l.,i'r1eiv, Cul-zgv, Ifriiuizzer. S1-raw-. Kr f1f'x . Umm ll'rwl l linllffm lem., .lluy. .fv.1pp.'11, llrlnimlv. .swim fm, llrw. lgmii- OIJVIIIIEIQS PAUL KRULS - - Cuplain Iil.lmBi5'1'il SliRXYlz lfupfaiu IIARRIET lilmhmmc l.ieulvuan.' iimmsla CIMVY ljvzflwmul lll: bllulcnl Service Llulv, wluch was Ul'gLll1lACkl this j'L'ill'. has proved successful in wlialcvcr it has LlI1LlCI'l2lliL'l1. lhc mcmhcrship ol' thc cluln is mzulc up ol' four boys :mil four girls lrom unch class, C1ll'l'X'lI'lg not lvss lh.u1 four suhjccls, and passing in :Ill with no grzulc hclmx' 80. 'l'hc purposc ul' thc cluh is to co-upcrzilc with lhv lzlculty in proniotinv PS such school ziclivilius :mil functions that :irc thought in-cvsszir'y for lhc im- provumcnt ol thc school. lhc mcmhcrship in thc cluh is lm' unc xX'L'lll', hui :1 sluilcnl is cligihlc to ll rczippoinlmenl for am zulilitionzll xYk'1ll', Nu stuilvnt, limu-x'm', nizly scru- INUII' lllilll IWO vX'L'2lI'S. I 1 1 .M'1'rrrlv-lr.-if "lift" Qtaff Twp Rim' lfmul, Ilinlg. l"u:'rm1u, Ullcv, tiurtlun. lfruuv. lluriluemzv. lwlmrii, lame. Iliut wnnd Nm: .llurlco1.'. Srlvluulr. lfrlrilel. tirrluml. .llclfiivu .ll.:rl1r1, 1irm'l1lu't'le. Selina, ,llm:Ivum, 6.'lvutIi',t'. llmlli Ilunl Rur.'-lfrelvlcr, lfriarkvr. llrlg, lrllilclrx, l.vml:e. llvnniuef L', liuudrr, .9i'nlm'. lllz'QlIg'l, Nutt, IJ, tiuln .ll. lf. .llv't'ei. Ifonrllv Rim' lx'n'mn, Xlruup, llunu, ,llurtliul, Iireilnnlu, Ihwkv. 'Iirnu.:11l, .Nunllu linltlix ffuifwlilvr, lx'uppi'll. Ul3lfltIliRS lfdilm'-iii-clvief - R.ixYMoNn lf. l3lo1l'l'twrs ,Al.sxoa'iuIu lfdilor Al EANNI1 AllliNN.'XN'l' junior lidiior l,Acii1,xN ljlililil. ljtcrary lfdifor Cliacimtix lXl,XRSlllAl,l. Iiiisimwx .llnmigvr Wxipo l3.wtua.w lllf Life Stall' ol' i020 has endeavored to give the students ol' lfond du Lac Senior lligh School a hook that will hold mementoes ol' happy days and that will he a record ol' the ideals ol' the high school. The stan wishes to express sincere gratitude to the engravers, pliotograpliers, printers, and to all who, in any way. have contributed to the success ol' this hook. 'lhe Life stall is composed of students from the senior, junior, and sophomore classes. At the head ol' each department is a senior who in turn is under the supervision ol at member ol' the faculty. P Svwnlr-ill I 1 spanish Qtiluh 'liofv Nm: ll'tlImn. Iluelilmm. Sltlltrry, IAIVIJJ. I.iliIu'r, Rmnlull, Trvlrzrn. llltyrtrr. lIl'll?lh'tIInl .Nf'mmI Ifrm'-ll'rt'Icx, lfilwlzlwrhu. ll'lIIIv, I.. tinllvl. Iftutmn. I"1IQptllrlrlc. tivuur. I'Jz.'.mIt, llnrmi limi Ifuu' Ulm Iflmx. Iftlrlzlli' .ltI1'imr, fIlII?llvl', lliumun, Srlwrer, lllIIQIlI. Iltihrr. I-r'l!ll:ll!I. llvertur. Sl: Krug. I.urt1i. full' Nm. Iltrlmnll Iltlltunu Iimzrllulntl. Iltrlnr, Ilzlimml, ll .trnrr Ixrlnlr Ntnlm' ,f.l-lnm' tlrl- i IXIINIIIH, Smiilt. Ul7lflCIlQRS l'rv.mIv11! - Rtrtti litim' l'it'e-I'rvxide11I l.ll.l.lAN Scilltakhk Scf'retar,i' ALVIN l.ANo I'rn1x1m'r jotw l Vrsoiiuk 4 4 ' 1 i la ertulia tlhe Spanish .Xsseinlwlyl TNPSU.-Xl. interest in the year's activities and achievements of l.a 'let'- tulia. the Spanish assembly, was evidenced hy the large attendance and whole-hearted participation ol' the members ol' this young and sturdy organization. l7nder the able leadership ol' its faculty member and advisor. Nliss lflnts. consistent progress was made in creating active interest. and applying the knowledge acquired to practical use. liultilling its purpose ol' building up the idea that Spanish is something more than a passive study. l.a lertulia has justified its existence and will become more ol' a factor in the school each year. ln addition'to its usefulness in this regard. its social functions have he- come a prominent part in the school year's experience. Pleasant alTairs in- cluding sleigh ride parties. the annual picnics, participation in the celebration ol' the Mardi Gras with the lirench and German clnlws. made the year pass only too quickly. I nfl' ,Yfwnfv-lun: r QBraturthus Top lima-li. Smrllv, Xrlvmnl. llhgfvl, lfnrrrnglmr. luvlen, llelwfl, ll'ull:t'l'v. K. l,.'1.'1t, ll'11rm'f,lltulluy,llul1'rrxur1 Snmnl lime-linker, Clark. titllmy, Nllrt, ,llrlfmr-r, lkm Pell. lltlyderl, lx't't'l:tnt, llwlleu, Ixlfrntrzrlg, lX'lL"lh'V. ,Yum l'l'lrt1 Him'--.lllxt T. Ifllrien, ftltilllf-1' .lJz'1mr. lfurun, Slmnp. llelg, llmtlwr. M'r:.'t', l'. tirrrrrllterlt. Ix'n'nu'r Nmlm' .ll. lluxilng, limdv. I-'nmllf lx'u1.' l'mpvrtI.'r. llrxlrn. .lllw le. tflfrlmt. l"utull,t' .'lJ:'l.tur, tferelru ,lltlrxlmll llrnmng, li. liuudrj l num! IJ Xrrll llttnr N1 llnl r 'llt tl psf 'r . fn ', "' H, lu, cel. 'nf' tJl1l5ltIlillS l'ruxi1let1l - lil.IliXlll:'l'lI tlnttrntit-ek Vim' l'1'uxitle11l - lll:l.l:N Stnotn- Seureltlzjt' - Nlmuou SLIHRAM TI'L't1SIlI'L'2' .lem Seosne If UR.fX'lURll3LlS has now successfully' completed its second year and has estahlished itselli as one ol' the most prominent and thriving organ- izations in school. 'I'he majority ol' meetings ol' the year were devoted to the study ol the various I'orms ol' speech making, including such phases as parliamentary procedure, alter dinner talks, and dt-hating. Very clever toasts were given at the various informal suppers held during the year and at the very attractive spring tea held in the school cafeteria May 20. the lirst cluh dinner to he held at the school. Many skillfully presented and interesting debates featured the year's work. De Oratoribus was honored hy having two ot' its memhers. Ilelen Stroup and l.oraine Nass make the team which represented the lfond du l.ac lligh School in the lfox River Yalley Triangular debates. ln addition to serious debating, De Oratorihus put on a clever mock dehate heliore the en'- tire student hody as a pep meeting lor the Triangular dehate. ln addition to its forensic activities the society also engaged in its annual philanthropical work during the Christmas season. Much ol' the credit for the successful and prosperous year is due to the advisors, the Misses Kittx' and 'leresa Wllrien lor their patience kind assist- ance, and cheerful encouragement. 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I1 .Nil'.'n'r'. lxlnlcvl, lfmfl, Ulwif. fi Ntl'rr'rr llitlf XHHVIJ lx'uzp4.Nt1tIuN. titllflnji, ,Xilr-, lhllui, lilrriglwrl. llnlilwll. l'li:mv:.', litlriirt l'wH, llfifi: lm:- Ilnil Rim' tlillnuiil ilriwli, llimd. tltlktmrzii, I-ulrlngrr, I-in-ilvzirg. tif.:wtt'J Nifimrlg. I7 llilh' Ili Xu: lftliulli' .1tIz'1wr. I-nurlli lCm.--.Nilvriiur iirilruu. lluflruz, Iimlcivi Ii'm'w, Irluki' .Nff'i.'.f!c Ylinfsuzt. luihrr l'1lIl' li'-tu' lfwlrrzlt llifrvri. liilppull. lvuflct, lxlulurfi. lltuiiuu, tincll tftlfwllr, lffflitn, I-mull, ilrnll Silvci' Pin---liricdcl, Ilcni'ictt4i, lilinghcil, Iiomtliy, xillI'iiUXY. lilmxoin. Schlgizik, lilcztnur. Alivwiiw .'XXYlll'iS---illililli CQcrtiIiczitw---l3zti'iiw, lbumtliy' limi, .Xrthmx i rw '- I 'I lwurii.-ixuhci'l, liriickcr, ci0lAiI'lllL'. l3i'tinlQlioi'st. N1:ii'4iui'ic. lSiicl4lc'y'. Nitirit-I. lhllc. lbumtliy, Dutirm, l.uricmi. Duttrm. Xlllill, lzntriiigt-i'. Alt-imit-. ligihcr. Niztrit-, l5h-ischmam. ifllii1l'j'H. Ucrlizirtl, Lzmrinc. Ulztsmv. Nigiritm. llatgcn. lithcl. llxmscn, Nlildrcd. lluhhcll. Mairjs, Huck. Ironic, Alt-nn, l,cum-, -IL'I1l, lidngi, ligliscr. Izicoh. lizlppt-ll. l.uciIlc, liustm'tl'. tllgtrzt. lict-min, Xilll'g.1ll!'L'i. lrmkc. l.ucillc. l.t-wis, Ruth, lnticltm, Nizilwl, lym-im, lu XiLliil', Nigiiisltt- llgiruld, Nicidt-l, Ilclcn. Millcr, liliiinc, tftlmiiicll, Clcccligi. lizliimiii Cllr-mit' lizllm. Tliumzis. Kiclitcr, -'Niimihclltx Roy. Gt-ui'gc. Szulotii, llama Sgimpwii XilIl'iL'i. Scligirlf lfrmi, Sclilzmk, lilcgtntw. Smith. livin. Aliiimii, lsgllwllt' AI'lIl'SiQ'. lui, NX ight, Gum'gc. Wiliitct. lfvtrlyn Mills. Dnrotliy. lhis vt-'ii' i-ond du I 'lc High School won thc lllatiitt t,oi1iim'iti.il Um- lval lm' tht- third ctmsi-cutivc timc. Iiight sclmols pgirticiputcd in thc contest which xiii: hcld ut thc lkmd du l.:1c High Schuul on April lf. liund du Luc won points in cvcry cvcnt which iiiclmlvd l3utiItliccpiiig SitUl'1i'lLll1ki, Typingg. Rapid Czilculution, amd Pcnmzmship. The winncrs ol' thc first thrcm: plziccs rt-ccivcd cwtiliczitcs which cntillvd lhcm to cntci' tht- Stzttu Ctmtcst hold all Wliitcwzitcii 'I'hm eligihlc to reprcscnt lfcmd du l.llL' :it thc Slllll' tluiitt-at 1111-1 lktioltkccpiiigi l.cstci' Wiat, RiCi1Lll'Li. .Xssutf Typing: Uomtliy lilinghcil, Olivc Smith. lilusmni Nilll'iiUXK'. Pvnmzmshipi ,loscphine Simon, Mildred Xthitu. Rapid Czilculzitionz Mildrcd Simon. l'i1yt M :wilt--Q i Grrnnan tttlluh Yup Run' Ilt1I1'r'rmn. tilvlwl, l,lmltter. Ulrerrenlv, l'tllu'm'k. IltIfti42fIl'i'4', lIl1'lf:, lvnlut, R, xllllflh lx'rurnu'r, Rely .Yrmnd Kma'-Tnlgvinlu, .ll. .l. llevvr, liuvll, S. fillllll. lirill, l'n'kt1fI. R. Gully, lf, luelir, llltllger, Xulguwde Ivullg, lalvr. libinl Ruta'-.llrtt1i1'r, Ulm llilllfft. Iwlrull v .ldimm .lltu l"n.v. litltltlf-I' .ltlz'itur, Xue, l?rt'1tIf'v'. frntunvnmrt, l'u'uta I., lluflrrn. lrtitrn. l'. llttflrni, .Nt'lvn1er. I.. lvllgimlri l'illlHflI Nme- ll. li'. .1Ir.vf'r, ll. fiftlwl, hilllizwfvz. ll enlvnntn, Ytinel. llerg, l'1lt'tlt'l, Xmrittirrlrltll. .M'l'mt'tlrr lulruwu Teurntcr, lrnq. OIWICIIERS lfirsl Swizexler' Semin! Senzesler l'1'exia'eii! - litxkl. Otatttmtztcitt R,xt.t'tt liR,xt2't' .Set'1'el111'-v lirm Wttantiw Mmm: lDORO'l'I'lY tlxtstft. Treaxzwer X't1Ros1tc,x l.OlilIR Nl.-xR't'tt,x Iitst1Rtt,xRn't' l.fXNliU.Milf club supplements the work dune in the class-room. With the great amount ol' material to be covered in a foreign language class. there is very little time tu bring in the so called "Realien." The club meetings give the students an opportunity to delve intu the history, literature. and art ull the people whose language is being studied. Xttth this purpose in mind the lleutscher Yerein was urganinetl in Uctuber, lol-l. .wltltougli the club is not yet two Avears old. it had a membership ul about seventy-tive during the past year. The meetings were well attended and very intersting, Some ol' the programs were given over wholly to the studv ul' Ger- man writers and musicians. Among those studied were Wagner, Schubert. Schiller. and Goethe. The short plays and dialogues too were ut' special interest. 'lihere were also the usual number ot' annual social events which are always looked forward to by all the members. There was the annual Christ- mas party, or Weilittaclttslest, the Mardi Gras celebrated with the lirench and Spanish clubs, and the picnic at the end of the year. Page Nr1't'lilAt-welt! Qbrrman Qlluh Twp Rim' lt Nmrlli. lumlur Hlmwuml, llurgrufl, l1'.n'lu. I-'rcnml lhwrln-l, Slvlnlmrlli. R. luxll. lilrrlglur Numan! Rm. lxiilli, .M'l-arluirli, l'. l.m'lir. ll. I.nin'lc.i, Il. llzriil, lulllrr. l. lluvlmv, lx'in'l'n1,Q, l"u,x, Ixlaiwr' llml Rim' ll. llullrrlxu. lflcllrlvllllili, Nrlvllo1.'xlc,i'. lx'mlur'fl, ll'u'ilu11un'n'r. I-r'u'lm'n, IJ. llullg, l. l'1.ui'r1lv1'mI lfflllfdll, l'lilvn. 'fnrll'li'u1.' llupfrw l'l11'icri1iIr1rr. ll mlvnnln, Xzulwrl, .l. llflvmw twirl, lliuurr '. ll. .Yrurllx I-. llrlwnl lilrcrlnlnll. lhc following account ol one ol' thc mcclings ol' thc Dculsclici' X1-rn-in was puhlishccl rcccntly in thc hullctin ol' thc- Wisconsin .'Xssocialion ol' Moi!- crn languagc Teachers. Prolcssor ll. Q. Morgan ol lhu Liiiixwsily ol' Wis- consin is thc cililor ol' thc hullulin. lhc arliclc appcarcil unilci' thc lic-ailing l'cpp,i' l'i0IILll du Lac. HSlllLlj'lI'lgJ, thc lilc anal music ol' l5i'anz Scliuhcrl, gn-al Gm-rnian musician and composur, was thc ohqjccl ol' thc inccling ol' thc llculschcr XiL'l'ClIl, Mou- Llay, Nowlnhci' 17. .X complclc account ol' SClllll3L'I'l'S lilo and works was givcn hy l.cnoru llamrow. Shc tohl lla- sixty mcmhcrs prcscnl ahout Hn' llrifiriizixlwd SDVIIIPIVOII-l', his maslcrpiccc, which was lull incoinplclc al thc limc ol' his ilcalh. 'l'hc now popular "Song ol l.ox'c" is thc lhcmc ol' his gn-al work. Unv ol' Scliuhc-rl's most hcautilul compositions. The Scrvmzdc was playucl lay lllivc Smith, piano: llclmulh llramsledl, violin: anil .fXuhi'cy .Nmann and llarohl XY:igiici', corncis. Dorothy Gahel gan- a discussion of lilmsmfz Ti1m'. a very successful musical play which rcllccts thc lil'c ol' Schuhcri. A short play, Hein: Zabnargl, was prcscnlcil in Gorman hy lrving Buck. liarl Yillwock, and lirulcrick Dillc, , Page .Nri'rril.i'-ii cblrr Qllluh itll' I Vim' I-'. l7li'ulun. .l'rcili'. I. Slllllll, IP. lllv. .l. lIil,Ul'T1l7flIL!l, llrlftill. Iirifq. ,'illl,2t'V. limi' llizrrifvrlifl. ll lhvmtln. l"lillu'rIy. N mii1lx'm.' llmlripmii llmumu. llrm.'u. R. Srmlli, IJ. lmlvn. llurm'r, ll. !ir'in'rllwwl-' N!ru'g. ll liillncl lui I llillt ' i au. .. '. llml Ron' llu. 'lrlggc IP. ffimli. Clvrlwlmns. Jlarronv. !".nlui'r. llrvltrnrl, llitwcir. I". .Nmilln lluwri, llrvlm ti. Smlllr. liurlli Nm. fflulfvulflri, llrllltvl. .llrirrli. llruddu, fi. llrlgftl. l.vu1l:r. Stflltltlli llfuvi' llrx. ffilulrl. .lmlt't'ioil ll llul Ru I Inn I. OIIVICQISRS I'rc.vidvi1t lloiiis Coon l'it't' l'rvsitlunl - litrrit Bkonm St't'1't'lt11'.i' and ilil't'l1XlII'L'I' lil-.RNli'lp Nl,fXliCOL'X Social .S'ct'z'clf1i"i' - l'i-,iw bsirrii .-lxxislaiit Social .hiUt'l'L'flI1',l' - l,tic.ii.i.i. lrmm. .lrmznpaiiixl I Jouoritv CIIRIS-'lil we lll: girls tilee Qlluh under the guidzuice ol' Bliss lflslweth liorrer. director ol' music in the puhlic schools ol' liond du l.:tc, finished :uiother success- lul XCLIIY The members met regularly txvice at week to practice for the operettqi, The Toy Shop. and to study other songs. Miss liorrer did much to develop the tztlent ol' which our school hozists. lt was due to her untiring el'- lorts and to the students who supported her that the clulw had at prosperous ve'1r lhe purpose oli the Glee Clluh is to cultivate the voice :md also to cul- tivgtte at love ol good music. A credit was given lor this work: hut only those. who vvorlted hztrd and l.1ithl'ullv. received it. lor "There :ire no gztihs without pains." I-wlilx Tlllbr rpttmtst wrrff P up Rim' - Mr. llrrrlnmn, llu.r1m-xx fllamlger. Ilqvt, ll'u-fer, l'uell, lwrggall. l'irk:1r1. lnrenq, fifLISX.l', Lang. Ilollyllx, KIUVHIIIYHI, Srherl, Slvmwmker. Serum! Rm.: Alnzrlli. l,em1eu.x. fin-lwl, ll'i1g1n'r, liuurltrl. Ulmcrreizh, l'v1ll. llullnlrlv, lli'CoAv, Trader, ll'llwlx. Ryan. llvzrd Kuta llaftlnlll, Ix'crm1n, ll. Ilnwlmg, I. llmlmg, NPlIlf,Y. lfudnrr, l.e'L.'lt, lxllpfwll. fimiv, .ll, Hnrrlvnli, Illflllfllih, K. l.et.'1r. ,llurlln. .'lIt'ffn-r. unrllr Run' llvuu. Hnlrlur, Ruxrlv. ll'rlgl1l, li. ,'lli1nIlu'1, Mui, ,llzvt Kimzlteril, lfmirllli' .ld1'1iur, l.lllla, Vllllllll, lleuumg, Srliurl. FnIv.r. Irullg, lliulliclvi. Ll OIIFICERS Izlisior - joim Yoeu. plsxoriaie Editors - l ALVIN LANG l Rtrrli 5TmRNs lizlxiuexs Alaizatecz' - A mos Pifrrl' .ilxsixiaizt ,llanager Niciioeixs JXHLER NUTIHER year ol' hard work, excellent supervision, and concentrated ellort. on the part ol' the l'epIiiuixl stall, has receded into the past. The record ol' lOl-l-Z5 lor early publication ol' the paper was broken. the lirst issue of 1025-lo appearing October Zi. The improvement in the humor column, an increase in number ol' exchanges. the establishment ol' a literary column, a lew notable interviews, a creed contest. and the sending ol' the l'f'fifimixl to the Central lnterscholastic Press Association stand out as landmarks in the historical era ol' 1025-Zo. To the advisors ol' any publication should be given a large share ol' credit lor any success which that publication may attain. This was unusually true in the case of our school paper. The Peptfmist stall acknowledges with much appreciation the creditable work ol' C. ll. Merriman. business advisor, and of Miss justine liumhera, editorial advisor. l'n.ev lflgfliy-one' jrenrb lub Tap Row-llownv, lferhaud, Ll, lloudry. llix, Slvpluuzy, Slvuz'nlale.'r. .lIl'71ft'f. I:'. liuudry. I. .llh1nI. Ilaiill. Second Row-Clark, Uayrand, MrCurmlrk, lx'r1n'k, Wullrrlis. llvlqfied. lt. Allard. .llt'Cu,i', Skull, llrlfnnir. Third Rott'-'.Vurc, Cullmt. Ferns, M, xt. .1le'y1'r. .ll1'.ll0HtI4Q'f!', Curperllcr, Rzvltlu. Tegan. lltillmvu. lltltllflfll' I . i- l'ourll1 Run' alliix Iimr, lfmrlll-V, .4111'ltur, lfln'f:l:'y. Ifnmi. I'ntnm.', Slu1rf:t'i', l'.'t'lmfl, llvlln. l.rI!lv, l'mI1 lhrlfmlul, l"1:z,et'r. i OFFICERS l'r-esiderif - Gervifviiivh Simi-if Vice P7'L'SfdL"l1LL l.oRR,xiNta Nlxss Secretary - Vaults RlsTAu Treasurer ATABEL 'l'EcEN ite Qtcrclr dtrancats li tIliRCl.li FRANCAIS held a number of interesting meetings this year. One of the most enjoyable was the second monthly meeting during which Miss lflms gave an interesting talk on lXlontreal. Quebec, and Niagara lialls. ln addition to the enjoyable programs. Le Cercle Francais held a sleighride party together with the Spanish Club. After this event. lunch was served at the cafeteria. Again. the members had a very good time when they joined both the Spanish and German Clubs in the Mardi Gras. The purposes of the club were twofold---instructive and social. To carry out the first, the members had reports given on current topics in France. and on other similar subjects. They learned songs and short plays, and the games that they played helped to build up their vocabularies. At their social func- tions, the members gained a better acquaintance with each other. The members of this organization felt that they were very fortunate in having Miss lilms for their advisor. I :gc l7l,2L'f,V-TZCII inner itrlr limp Rnu'ffl'etl1. ll'illlx. lireilung. ll. Gurdon. lallwnrk, Olnerrelrb, lierlmm. l'. Alntolf, C. tirrbsl. l,.lYlll'lL'lff Scrum! Raw -Vinlun, Iuxtl. Dolzhvnx. Roy. fllltm, I'ltilq. ll'nl, l'1lmi, liuerhel, Srlvmm, firms. lllrtl Rim' Goodnmii. llrmmn. Aluwr. Hmllt. liurlilvollq, ll, H't1gm'r, l.1mlm'r, Ytllrlwfl. ll1i'4'.i'. tiulrlet. li'. firm i ' I I ull' Rmc- .1lr. lfrlin-y. lftirulluv xltliaxur, Zaclcxmtzn, ltvllliflff, ,llrlfnlt-, Izrlmrl, S. llktlntil. liurlc, lltillmri. tiaflney. Slcphun,i'. St'lwrt'r. OFFICERS l'rcxidvnt Rxivu XYILLIS Vice Prexident Ritzimnu llEA'rll Secretary Lrovn .NLLAN Treasurer RoBuR'r Bi-.RTRAM Critic - Amos Perri llli Inner Circle rounded out another successlul year in debating. The hrst important event on the program was the initiation ol the new mem- bers. Most ol these boys proved to be real assets to the club. The object of the society was to give practice in debating, discussion. composition. declamation, elocution, and parliamentary practice. The boys tried to get as many of their members as possible on the debating team They were successful in doing this, six of the eight places having been held by Inner Circle boys. The boys were Lloyd Allan, Richard Crassy. Richard lleath, Leo McCoy, Ralph Willis and Stanley Watson. Minor debates were held at the regular meetings. The question lor the lirst' debate was. Resolved: That disarmament should be followed by all powers. The two teams were captained by Otto justl and llarold Burkholtz. The question lor the second debate was, Resolved: That lirance's attitude in Syria is barbaric and uncalled for. The captains were Clayton Kintzler and l.loyd Allan. As in the past, Fond du Lac was in the Fox River Valley Forensic League. Page lzlglily-I mortar Baath 151-niorst lvl' lt':fr.' I, llrttiuz ll1lim'I..Nlmlrut. lltrllrr. lltlrrrll, llurrlt lltffilvllw' llfllmwfhl 'ff out! li'n:.-tiwltitlilt' Nutt l'lIl1tr:nrl, l7i1Irlrnt.', lx ll wltrlfr lltlllmtg. Imrtlun, l llwf"rirr llffflwt liiil iltlnl lx'm.'f lxruflc, l'lirlu'rlt llintnti llurlclrt Krlgrliilrl firrwlcli. llrtifliilrt, l llitnflll' lfvlrr llnrl llt'ri1t'lf', Ytllrltwl, vy- lfnill' Hot. -l lFm:.'ti lvtirtt, Nlulip, ,Nilu"t'1, lhllr l"lfgfmlr"fl:, lltnlc lx' 'raw l7i'nn.r' llmilgif llvitilviriiirirt. l.lll' li'u:. l'-it rt llmun lln'1ilrr.ltrilrirtlt, Mir. llrllmmglw, It Nmlfl' lltllw-'iff llmui I' tvtfflnrt llit rt llilrlm, .'-itll' lx'if1.' li llitfniftrnl.'. lx'liltlt'l fx It'1.'ls,ll' lllllllrltx. litilnr. lliulmlwti. tyfllmt ll lx' llrw' IJ hill l .lhlww Ulfl5lCIlfRS l'n'tnlt'nl - Sri- litur.ui,te l'1t'u l'1't'tidt'11l AlXRll: l?. Nll-.Ylzlf .X'i't'1'wlt11',t' llt-,t.t-N l:l'lill'A itettiu 'l'z'i'a.t1n'w1' l.l1N0Rl: Nl,xt:'i'ts lll-i -wat' IOZ3-Zo marks thc most succcssliul -vt-ar in thc history' ot' tht- Nlortar lloartl. one ol' thc most popular cluhs in thc high school. 'lihis society slrivus primarily to insurc gootl-l'cllott'sltip among tho girls :intl to incrt-asc intcrcst along cultural. classical, anal litcrar-x' linus. .Xll junior anti st-nior girls with a scholastic avcragc ol' suvciity-livc arc cligihlt- to thc cluh. Nt-arlt' cu-ry activc junior and st-nior girl ln-longs to thc Mor- tar lloartl. ln this socit-ty, thc girls unconsciously rcccivt' ll lasting lcsson in th-- tnocracy. lfach girl hclps thc olhcrs in cvcry way possihlc and is matlc to lt-cl that shc is just as important as any ol' thc other girls. llcpcntlalwility is anothcr itln-al thc socicty' tcachcs its mcntlwrs. The Nlortar lloartl girls liaw hut-ti giwn many rusponsihlc tasks: such as. thc sale ol' loothall and lwaskct- hall tiulu-ts, and chargcs ol' soim- ol' thc pep-insetings,---all tht-su tasks hc-ing sticccsstttlly' tliscliargul. l'tl::' I riglvl t'-limi A N VI' IC.i:. mortar I math lScninrsl l U ' no lvl' If'-2. ll,-lg IlflvfI:f'r .N,'m':'. H. I'uII.'nl Il1l.'I lI,1 flfr in II lhimf N ,..v u.I li'.f:. II llnllmq, f'lli1l.',, Mlwllxfz, Ilizmri, ll Ilm.n ,Nfmiiff I'.1f-1 Ch' lizfflf III is I1 1.1 Ii' .-.,- fIl...l II.4i.Iufu.r Ifiilurznzi' I'nIc.lrl, .N Hull: l.iii I'.'Il NlI'v1:'.I! Ifirluiiil' ll ..Iini':. I Iliivwli Ix'.f:. 1. lr:.Ir4..' Ii' llnftlil, I.1II.'vrillrlri Hill v.'v I. II llrivlil Ixwlwff' 4 Il-.nm Ii' I flfl Ix',f..' Il1.I'.m.I Ihmls. II.1rm'r1 N.l.Ilfl,, N.I'1In:..w.I'i Ii-fllg If, .gli Mull., Ii' Iliff: II,.f1f.: ', Ifiuiili tirml Ix.:f'fwII XI:.ifI In:H..riI IP Nmlli llruuli I rfifflrllwl N Ii uf llc-'lllgli' WKWIXIIIIS wcru liclll L-x'urx' lxvu won-lis. .Xl Ilin-sc liivvliii-is llu 5 F7 , 'W girls wcrc unlcrlznncll lw music, tzillis, :xml 11-gilliiigs. Klum' inlcim-sling pm grams ws.-rc LlI'I'1lllgL'Ll. lie.-sidcs thc rugulgir progrinms, scvcixll social ul s xxx-iv lu-lil during tlic ycalr. 'lilic lirsl cw-nl, llic lmril--time PLlI'lX'. Wlls gi , DllI'llClpLllL' i llll weird ccrcimmy. ullicr slums L-iijlmyul Iliall uvcning. cxpn-i'iL-:icing hurnl limos. 'l'l1c ncxl :ill :igcs wi-rc present, including Cl1llLll'L'I1'S galmcs zilllmixlcll the cnlcrl iflzlus came :mil prcscnlcll ll slockin wry successful Cilllklj' snlc was thc I ll-nlcn iiignsqiivixlllc, ovary clmrziclci lliis pzirluv, Ili soplmimwc girls worm succcss. .-X1 this party, alll thc nf.-xx' girls xvcrc inilizllul :md wcu- lmnll In lhc girls lvcczum- wcll Llulllilllilm' ll in lln lllcvx' ccrlzunlj: loulwll :is il Ilu-5' x lil cvcnl was Ilic "Kills" pzlrly. "Kills gi lmlwy in lu-r curi'iugc. llzmcing 1 ziinmenl lor Ilic cvcning, Ol coursv S ml 1 g lillul with calmly In L-:ich ul ilu -'ills X icxl eu-ni ol' lhis Llfliw' clulw, .XI ilu wi ' llllllglllilllll' pi1i'Iicip11In-ll in Ilia- lim Xl ml X gi mil m ulli xx ls um ul 'L'l1lL'I'lllll ' . . R 'L 1 " 'Q l'.lur I Ilijl ortar Btiuarh tjuniursl lnp lfme If lluntlrvi, lretiur, I"nltQt, l're.lvur!e. tilmtvl, ,Illrn, lltnlifer, llurullw' ll x. llmllnnu Niwmid lftm' lfulrllmltl, lltllruriuzz, lauwr, 'l'num, l'eei'er1lmm1l. fizwllzlfti, llulllwll. Iwrrzi llunl li'u:.' llmezzii lhnm, lhnllmn, IX-ftllffwll. Zuellwr U. ,Nlunm'Ht' llrllli, Ixerrzni I.-nill' li'.':.' lullun, llrugwl, I.'.lrpwnlrr lhlzlifflll, farnlu tmlfnu. Kimulnrtni lfinlvlwi Nu1,Jf the leatures ol' tlie evening. Prizes were awartletl lor the Funniest, the must original. anti the prettiest costumes, 'lilie last event ol' the year was the banquet. 'lilie banquet, being a re- iun ul all Mortar liuartl girls. was attended by as many ul' the alumni as multi pnssiluly come. 'lliat the Nlortar Board has a lasting intluence over its members was sliuwn by the laet that its alumni were still as enthusiastic mer the m'5ganixaticm as when they were while actively participating in this elnlw. lt is lmpetl that tlie Mortar liuartl will continue, untler the wise antl palwle leatlerslnp ol Nlrs, Rulwerts, to lie as suceesslul in the luture as ii li is lat-en this rear. li I elitist mortar oath fl uninrsl Q inf T.-p Rm. lang, llirmw, Ifrlggurilld, IK-lllI!J1lz'll, lfuirrziilg, Siltarl, lfurrltlylnn, llmriizrzluxt .Nmuful lx'n:.'-lltnililll, llrilui, Nllri. .llut'rt1ml, l'rnmr11. llilurn, lfnrtw lliwllfr. hlilw':.'. Tlinil Kim' Mliriiilg, lxriirii. Num, lxri'u1i'1', lX,'h'f'l7lL' I. llnillrig Hu. ll llrlt' llilsgtlrr, lu-mfl' lx'u1.'-lxitliwiu Nlunlct' Nilrlvlzwilcf, llmtlilu, lx' f'.' mln, llintlmll, lltf'wt'. Iulwr. lll- Nlortztr lioairtl clizirtui' tiiuiiilwcrs ul' 1022 unticr thc alhlc tliructorsliip tml Nlrs. .lt-:in liulwcrts ht-gun ll plain tlirougli which tht- pit-st-lit clulv mt-mht-rs arc zthlc to kccp in toucli with tht- alumni, .X filing systcm that has prm'ctl to hc wry successful was urgzinixt-tl. liztch Mortar Bunn girl has ll pztgc in this hlc. XX hon shc is Ll scnior, shc givt-s om' ul' hcl' Urntlti- - rw :ttiun picttlrus which is plglcctl xxith hut' i'ccortl. On thc slime page ol' thc lilt Ll lmtlztlt picturc ol' thc girl is plzicctl untlt-r which is written ht-r l1lCk-l'l2llTlL :intl hcl' pt-t liohlwy. With thcstr pictures 11 printctl rt-cortl ol' tht- girls lull llllI'llL', hsr litmitf, hor P1lI'L'I1lS. nzumz :tml ht-r zttltlruss il' sht- is ziwzix' from lttnnu is lu-pt. ln this way thc lilo ztcts us ll cmim-ctiiig linlt lit-twct-it thu pros- cnt Nltifllll' litillftl cliaiptt-i' :mtl tht' ztlumni. l'.u'r l'li','tl I'-W rl I1 1 Imlili' Qrirncr Qllub Inf- Rm: .N'fIn1rli'r, Randall, Ullurr. I'vulcu, IHIKIIIFV, lllnl-X llimm null Rim' llnlrui' I'nlmrI. ll'liI. SIUIIIIHITIIV, luull. l'lIIz.'zii'lc, ll, Xmilli, Iflzirri. Iliuwlwl. lr' Il I u'li IXIHIIII. Illnlg, Iiuvlr. Ilml Ix'm.'-- llrln Iliiiz, Ivuiiml. l7nIrvnl.. IT, linnlun. I.. liiil1'nri'. li. I.z"l-'fu liimilinlni Il.u Ilnulizix .lIui',lI1Ilmn, lI4Crm'r.i'. Iiiulwl. ll'lulli'ri. I fnrllw li'm.--I- U'Ilm'n, I-firnwuv. .lIlin1, lliuull. ,i. Iiuudrlr, ,llufv lhnm, Null, II Ix'rwr1.'r Nui I 'I inf xlli Ii'm.- Ml I t I Iinrlc, Rmlllcr. lizlcnllwr, Ill lv Ixf I tmrilnrl. I'ux. In lnlfilnn, Ililfmilr, Ilupiui, .M'uIr.'U, Silirum, .Ylvilrni lliiidru Ix rim Inv I Ixvnmllg, ,Mun Ifruulrr, .llm1Imm, Xrliullg. i A liillir Inu ll'n Iv! ll IVI' 1 ll I ll i I fl 'r mlm lliilrn II4mI.'1.'1Ig, lullwl Ixiiulumn ' :iw ' . 2. :iff Irnmlul Iifllfrr Mw'lf'IiIl Iliirnri, .N1lliI'.'rl lIinlr,f'I.'-lrf OITICIIQRS I,l'f'SI4I4'l1I - - - l IIIAL' I'I'L'vlLIL'llI .S'ew'cIary N TI'UllXIll'L'l' ---- XXfxi,no l5xx'iei-xi Nll.llOl..'X5 .-Xmizic lARll: Il. Nlmiik liDw,xRD fYBRIliN Ill' purpuscs ol' thi' Sciuncc Cllulu :irc In proinulc inIci'vsi lllhl In lui thc Imowlulgc :md thc spirit ol' scicncc. il-llL' im-ulings wcrc lk as wi-II 115 L'I1lL'l'lilllllI1g. lhc Llppl'L'ClllllUll ul thc clulw lu' ilu Nlllli is sliuwn by Ilicii' coupcrzilioii lo nizikc its mi-clings succcsslul. .Nll sim n N who Inks biology, chemistry, ur physics arc cligilwlc lor incmlvursliip , . , . . . , . . I fi lim: limi' Irlll, lfi'I'iI1'. tl Ulnrien. Ilmlcv. Ix, Miulli. ,llzwllrr Aivvlc, ll,-wr Ixfniw .lInIvIn, ,lI1lIlgnn. Ifilllglrr, X will Rim' l IIIIIHHI, lldfyffll, Hlu'rn'1i'I', ll'iIl. llvwlcw, In Sllilll' I. Ixllgliwru ,M-'itxizrlg I ln 1 Ili l'lA'l'L'l', Ifiilcvr, li. Iuillwlvx. Illar. Ilull, I1 riI Ix'm.' IIIII, IImIiII1mlI Illlrlfu. Ilrnrlc, Il .lIi'!fur1lln'l:, ,N.llflu'rl. llilfilrllw. N,'f'f'ii lm, ' I Krug, lliillmw. lxillilflfl. llurnlwii I lull' Ii'ii1.' fizpln. llwrflilv, ,lIitIi11ll4'i', I'llgfn1lr1i'lc. .l. .llitimllm Xiiuifmfn. Ilr. Imfii liiflrf I I n I'm'rwr1Ivim1ri4 Ifiillirmnii. Slwrlg. Ifrimlc, llrllnliiiulr Illllf livin lflilrrwli, I'llg,urml4I, Nllln, Ifunliiy. llwnipmii, Niluvu, IlmlulniI Ilmrlfi I ll! i ll :I nlil I'lnlun1Il, llillnrmiglf' II IlflnIL'm:'1', lCnI.ifi'7uiii Ix'nln'lll, Il,irn'Il, .Xilviilf -1 HJIVI aunts Qlluh 'ny' lx'n1.'-llrrrrlrz.-rlg. Alerurle. limul. .llrtimllu Ili-nleel, Krall, Tuvloll. llruirn. lf, slllurd. I. .lllard. ffizrprrrlrr. Alrugvl. legen, Slmll. Rrvlun, .lln.i'mnd. l'rmnr'n. ffnlwrr. llfflllllllk, Vrunlule. lllrllIA'lj'. lfvlnlmmlri, .lllller rrmnl Run' llrlnnun. tiurdnn. linrlqler, l'rnIl, .lli'lfrur,r. lfreulvr, llrlml, 'll4'lrxlutlr, l'n1lilr. llmnlrrr, Srlvlunlr. ll'lil1'nIm':n'r. lirirritiilr, .llLIllll. lInl.w1i'1r. lllflllllk. ffltxrk, Xulfr. lfrvllnmn. .Ynlrlu'rl, frrrlmrlr. Ilwrd Kms-.llrii lx'n'lri'. lllfL'tilUV, RlJi5z'1..'iz.i'. lfllqpilirlrk. ,lli'1iunlvr, l.t'u'.'i. Ierrwir. lrmnml. Ix'1'vnn'r, llzllltl. N I x n r lltf lli I It ull It ll ux llilll 1 lln n lr null' llrlwrl. .rr-vnu, Ill lv. I'mi v, 'fur ff. .3 un'nn,x. Az r-. .r if . 'rug wr' . .'1.'.i. iuuirrii-fi, .rr .irazfiirlt Ul5l3ltIlilQS 1'rvsidt'ril - Ruin llANliWl'l'Z Vice President C.-x'1'iihiuNrg NlCGRA'I'll Svrrvlarhr-lreaslfrcr - Morm KRAU1' N May l7, the tennis club ol' 1926 was formed. At the opening meet- ing about ninety girls were enrolletl. an increase ol' about fifty over the enrollment ol' the previous year. Although the club was organized too late to start a tournament, the girls enjoyed a number ol' matches. Girls who tlid not know how to play were taught the game. Much gootl material was fountl and will he available for next year. Page lzzulvl V-Vllllr Tlibr Qilassiral Qllluh Tuff lx'n:.' f'ul:'r llrffzux' lirlww l' lfwzulrx' IIIII4 Uflnlnl ' ' . , . . . V , . ', . x Y, lw'v1I1u1,u. l Unmlf. llmJmmg,q Smnnd lx'n1.'+lx'.lI7'flwr, llmln, Nuwlv, HY11'f,lh'J'.1ln1. l'll1:1'f', U.lrlfn, ,3lfl.'n.r, Uflffnllw lfrllzrlllg, ll IIHI1 lxfvlnr, .Nl lvmlfg. Tlflnl lx'n1.' llrw, XJIVHIIH, lwlx. llvumv. lwllmlrz, .N'lufvumlcl, llirflfr. IJ ffrxlvvv, .'fm'l1r1,'u, 1' Hvrrlu, lvrlflx. l"u4fI1'lfnz.' IM'um1f,l!,-:fm U Xru1!l',l'l!gp,1lm'!c. .Vrpmul-'1. lllnn Iumlm, llmpm l- lI.f'mnml.' lI.1r llmm, lI'lm!nl. 0Ifl3IC2IiRS Suzzinf' lfwnml Nhklla S'l'I-,PNOSKI lnnfur lfmzxzzl l.l.m'n .-X1.l,.fxN Twp lx'n1.' Yllvrlm, .Hrlfurll'1', llurdluma N' 'fa nmllv, l'vl1l, I-lzzvmu, liulmru, llnvlwrlmn, Lfmu, Unrmr ,1lflfnr. , Xu: ml lm 1 lu v Iml 'I mp- 1 win. - mr. lf. Ivznn, Kzlgunnz, lllnml. lfmnn, Ifnllnu, llzllnmrl llfnlln, linnlun, frlfll lfm1.'l1, ull Nm. - lllnfx lflrffu' llllm IV! r ' X v ' ' In n, lxlf ff, I Udrnllfv, lH4lur7.'11x' l'lIglull:nfr ll wrlwr lfmfulml fx lvnlx hlllmn' I wr 'Xml' 1' QQTT-CT' " , H-f V - - " 15' ' .. 't I it '-f 7 A ' ' 4.1,-tk ik I i. I tithe Qtlatisiical Qilub HE year 2629 A. U. C. proved to be a very prosperous one for the Roman State in spite of the fact that it lost the province of,Sicily and that Gaul remained unorganized. The enrollment dis .-at 'present one hundred and ninety, slightly below last year's censusg nevertheless the Quaes- tors report an increased reserve fund which now approximates nineteen hun- dred sesterces. A ,i,: QL jf The usual calendar was followed. On November sixth, a contio was held. The various candidates for offices made their campaign speeches, setting forth their political sentimentsion the subjects of taxation, division of power, social affairs, et cetera. The Comitia Tributa CAssembly by Tribesj was called on November thirteenth. For the first time in the history of the State, every tribe voted. Ten Tribunes, four Aediles, and twenty Quaestors were elected with honors equally divided between the two parties. On November twentieth, the Consular election took place. The Patrician candidates were Helen Stroup and Lloyd Allan, the Plebeian candidates were Marie Stepnoski and Florence Henning. Marie handed out lollypops at the polls, and the citizens, like their ancestors, showed their appreciation by electing her to the highest ofiice in the Roman State. Lloyd Allan was chosen junior Consul. The Feast of the Saturnalia was celebrated on December nineteenth. This is noteworthy as being the first social function held in the new gym- nasium. The Aediles, Howard Folsom, Leone Nlielke, Hertha Wegner, and Sylvester Stepnoski, had charge of the affair and rendered invaluable services. ln March, six Heads of Tribes were tried in the court of the Praeter Ur- banus, Frank Fitzpatrick, on the charge of failing to vote at the Comitia Tributa. Two offenders had previously pleaded guilty and paid their fines: two were acquitted and four were found guilty by due process of law. By amicable agreement, the Consuls divided their time of office equally. the junior Consul, Lloyd Allan, taking the mt six months of the year, and the Senior Consul, Marie Stepnoski, taking the last six months. Under the junior Consul's control, a splendid public spectacle was presented. Activities of the year were brought to a grand hnale by the Annual Pic- nic, an event much anticipated and long remembered in the Roman State. Page .hlinly-ons L , p The QBpmtta lx'mrt1lI1'r,e, l'lll1.'ml:, .1lr,vf'rv. llnlmtfimff, ll'u,Q11rr, lin-mini, Howland, Smilll, lrlle. tirnlw, SIIQWH llli TOY SHOP. an operetta, was presented by the lligh School Glee Club on April I7 and 18, l92u. The cast was comprised of a group of grade school pupils, members of the Glee Club, and a few other high school students, Needless to say. the presentation was most successful. The lighting effects were as ingenious as the cos- tumes were attractive. The songs and dances were very cleverly evecuted while the acting was exceedingly clever. The scenes of the Operetta took place in the shop of an old toy-man. .Ks the clock strikes twelve, the dolls in the shop begin to come to life, and with their assumed ani- mation the events of the story begin to occur. Among the dolls there has long been a desire for some established form of government, but their difficulty in obtaining this lies in the fact that they are unable to choose their queen, since there are several lady dolls among them who desire the honor of being queen. Then the child appears in the shop and tells the dolls that the queen is to be her beloved Old Doll. The main scene closes with the festivities in honor of the coronation of the Old Doll. The last scene of the presentation shows the old toy-man coming into his shop where there are no signs of the festivities of the night before. Too much praise cannot be given to Miss Korrer and to Miss Lind who worked unceasingly to make the operetta a success. Miss Korrer had charge of the music, while Miss Lind supervised the art work, such as the costuming, scenery, and lighting effects Miss Baker and Miss Brenner were in charge of the stage management and of the dramatic coaching, I lu N'ineI,v-liuu S-1 il air QM buns lop lt'o:.- llrm lung, .Ylatilv-i' ll alum. Karl llln-rren'li, llelmz lllltlill-2. Sm' liieiiier. linlluui lx'u:.'-I.m'ille lxuftpell. lftqirliiilltl Ilrezlinre. .lmot l'ulfl, Glenn Itlllllfll. l-l litllll' ol lun antl praise is the last wortl given in hehalt ol the coniniencenu'itt play ptotlucetl ai the Roosexelt auilitorium -Iune 4, llllo, . . , - - - D- . 4, ln a New torlt ollice, known as the liureka Digestive lill l,oinpgtny. Sli' lllootl antl lirains' antl "Mr, liones antl l'at" are constantly at wat' with each other ,Xl the eleventh hour lhontas KI. Xancl.-rholt. the tannly lawyer. signs a peace treatx contract which will supposedly entl this Iilty-ninth quarrel. Seemingly. all goes well, littl a year at least, when "lSlootl antl llrainsf' alias 'lf lloggs johns, heconies the real tloines- ticatetl servant ol "Bones antl l3at." alias George ll. Nt-ttleton. lhis contract, ol' course has heen tlecitletl hy a pair ol sixes against a lovely queen. lhe national intlooi' sport turns into a royal tlush when the st-i'vant. -lohns, lo tht astonishment ol his master, announces that his newly acquired position as a lwutlei ollers hiin a vast opportunity. lt must, ot' course, since Mrs. Nettleton is willing to shower attention and sympathy upon the poor servant. hlohns. llelotl' "Bones antl lfat" tliscoxers the hoax planned hv the clever Miss Cole. he writhes in agony at tha very autlacity ol his lormei' co-paitnei' in business. I-lorence Lole, much atlnuretl hy lawyer X antlerholt and l. Boggs lloltus. matches a hit ol her womanlv Intelligence with the protessionallv oltl lawvers Iiecause the con- tract. as Miss Cole has tliscoxereti, is hasetl on a freak game of cartls, it is illegal. Sinc-, this is the case, johns is reinstated in the ollice ot' the liureka Digestive Pill Coinpanx where we hope to tintl "Blood and Brains" untl "Bones antl l5at" on speaking terms. at least when strangers are about. Q with Raymontl lireitung as George ll. Xettleton, Glen liinkel as 'lf Boggs johns Sue lxrenter as l-lorence Cole, and l.ucille liappell as Sallv Parker. the protluction coult not help hut he a huge success. The characters in the cast sliowetl histrionic talent. ln lact. there was not a ntemhet' who tlul not show a keen appreciation tor the part li. lnterpretetl. .Ns one watchetl the perlormance and listenetl to the mc-mhers ul- th cast one had little tlitliculty in torgetting that it was. attei' all .an amateur pettormance. 4 'lihe success ol the connnenceinent play is tlue to the eilorls ol the ahle coaches Miss liohllnan and Miss Michelson lhlgi' Xlllfl-Vllllllli interscholastic Eehattng Leu AlfCn,v, Lloyd Allan, Stanley Walton, Rfrlmrd linux-v tfllteruulej. Allirmative Team Leo McCoy-- Leo McCoy's best quality lies in the fact that he is sincere. llis manner ol' speaking proved him to be deeply interested in the subject on which he was debating: thus he compelled his audience to realize the fallacy of his opponents' arguments. l,loyd Allan--- Lloyd Allan proved his capability as an excellent debater. llis lluent style and his lorcihility ol' expression were equally helpful in making his speech impressive. ' Stanley Watson-- ln Stanley Watson there lies the quality which is most important to a dehater: that is, the ability to convince his audience that he is right. llis speech certainly proved his worth as a very capable debater. gy Xirzely-lnur Znterscbulasttr 3lBehattng Ralph Willis, Helen Slruup, Richard Healb. .iluius I'elil Llllernaieb Negative Team Ralph Willis--- The most outstanding lactors in his speech were his clearness of ex- pression and the stability of his arguments. With his excellent oratory he showed his ability to impress his audience and to gain their approval of his llI'gllmCl1tS. l lelen Stroup--- llelen Stroup has ably demonstrated the fact that girls can participate in high school forensics. She has also proved that she has the talent and ability of an experienced debater. - Richard lleath--- Notwithstanding the fact that this was his tirst season in forensics. Richard lleath proved that he is possessed of great proficiency as a debater. lle covered his points well and disproved the arguments of his opponents with great ease. Page Ninety .ff beniut Banquet Illi social season of the senior class came to a climax when the senior banquet was held Thursday, April 22, at the Hotel Retlaw. The atten- dance at the banquet set a record never before equaled in the history of liond du Lac High School. A Raymond Breitung, class president, presided as toastmaster. The history of the class was presented by jeanne Tennantg and the class prophecy. which proved to be a source of much pleasure, was read by Lorraine Nass. Mr. Goodrich gave a talk on the value of a complete education in prefer- ence to an improperly balanced education. lle referred to the mastering of an automobile as an example. The learning of the parts represents a high school educationg the driving implies a practical educationg and the science of an automobile's construction represents a college education. Mr. Theisen stressed the importance of choosing a definite goal in life and explained that the best insurance policy anyone can get is a position which will insure a livelihood when the age of retirement is reached. Mr. Theisen also brought out the fact that what one does is not so important as the way one does it. Miss Waters read a letter which she received from Dr. Glenn Frank, president of the University of Wisconsin. Dr. Frank expressed admiration for the student who could walk through life without the aid of a band and for the student who could think for himself. A wish was also expressed that every graduate would be able to continue in some school of advanced learning. Dancing was enjoyed from nine o'clock until eleven o'clock, the music being lurmshed by a six piece orchestra. senior mixer BOUT sixty-live couples attended the first senior mixer held in the new gymnasium. The gym was prettily decorated with coral and Nile green as the motif. A large poster in Nile green and coral, th eclass colors, hung at one end of the gym. liach person was given a number as he came in, and was instructed to find the person with the corresponding number, who was to be his partner for the grand march. Then dancing was enjoyed for the remainder of the evening. Refreshments were served in the school cafeteria. lt was by far th most successful affair ever held by any senior class, and an event to be remembered by all who attended the party. The committees in charge of the mixer were: Miss Loraine Brenner, chairman of the faculty committee, which included the Misses lilizabeth Waters, Dora Fox, and Mrs. Roberts. Betty Gruenheck, lloward Folsom. Winifred Cochrane, Sue Kremer, Corinne Brucker, Leo Mctloy, Waldo Fav- reau, and Ruth llelz comprised the decorating and program committees. I :ge Ninety-xix H Zuutnr 1Bartp N liebruary l3 the Senior High School gymnasium was the scene of a successful party held by the junior class. The party was intended pri- marily as a mixer and as such was a decided success. Stunts such as tag dances. circle two steps, broom waltzes, and matching numbers for part- ners aided considerably in helping the members of the class get acquainted. Valentine favors and class colors were used in decorating the gym, a large banner of old rose and silver bearing the numerals 1927 being placed over the stage. After a grand march led by Lachlan Peeke and Ruth Brodda, the students were served refreshments in the cafeteria. The party was chaperoned by the Misses Kitty O'Brien, Mary Lawless, Meta Bohlman, and Mr. O'Connor, junior faculty advisors. The committee for the party consisted of Genevieve Downs, chairman, assisted by Ernestine Wagner, T. j. Gordon, Lachlan Peeke, George Bishop, Louis Hanson, Esther llalverson, john Litcher, and George LeMieux. bnpbnmore 1Barty lililIlilJliNClE received a jolt on the evening ol' May the lirsl when nearly a hundred members of the Glass of '28 enjoyed an informal danc- ing party in the high school gymnasium. This was the first time in many years that sophomores, as a class, sponsored a party. Several novelties were introduced during the evening. A robbers' dance was one of the features. By matching numbers on card, orchid for boys and silver for girls---the class colors---, waltz partners were determined. Maurice Murray and Mary Gruenheck were ajudged the prize waltzers. An exhibition Charleston was given by Tom Dollhausen. Refreshments consisting of orange ice and cake were served in the caf- eteria. The Iligh School orchestra, under the direction of Mr. Schmitz. furnished the music for the evening. The clas sadvisors, Miss Lyons, Miss Wade, Miss lilms, and Mr. Greene were chaperones. Committees in charge were: lintertainment. lilaine Boudry, Mary Marshall, Grace Hebert. Refreshment, Mary Dana, Henry Ottery, jack Niles. Tickets, Nyla Kraft. Socially the Class of '28 has arrived. matinee Eames LC ATINEE dance after school!" These were welcome words to the students. The pleasure bound dancers rushed to the gym after dis- missal of school, and there had a merry time until hve-thirty o'clock when the school orchestra played the party melody, Home Sweet Home. The matinee dances given under the auspices of the Life staff to .help linancially in the publication of the annual, were a decided success and inci- dentally contributed to the good times had in the gym. Page Ninety-seven N 3 5- N3 :J 4 -. .43 53: A -. ,J If CL: SV. 42. ,t -2 2: .-.0 --. -c :QE E: :N '33 lf: waz EN. -gli wk: xi , :gal :Ei KISS. :Zz xi- U52 :QE -A , V- mek 13' 4E-1: 5fQ 41. -.-'U 1:2 -gk QE: 3:C ng.. N-.3 -IK iz: 34-3 ,:'4 225' -ark: 2 . 54, F14 :is ,-:T E-'N Cf IQ.: Eli -Ci N:NE gg 5 QZX L m A 5 -1: K ix N5 Y E? i N 4. L :f Q -. I 4 ff L. R L 2 x L 2 Q Qi 4 S.. E! V: Q Q A . A N 5 I :I L 4 734 x x. 'uk x- 6 C N Z K x ,M . 2. -1. N g 1 v, Ns, .' xb I'ugc Ninvly-nun Ia. D. I'Ru'rll llircctor of fllblvlicx HE man who has made Fond du Lac the most feared school in the state basketball circle is her beloved coach---Edward D. Fruth. Mr. Fruth's teams have won state championships three times. the dis- trict tournament at Oshkosh four times, hrst place in the Ripon College in- vitational meet once, second place at Oshkosh once, third place at Oshkosh twice, fourth place at Oshkosh once, and second place at Ripon once. Fond du l,.ac's Coach is symholical ol' the highest type ol' manhood. Whether he is directing an athletic team or a class ol' students, he always calls forth the same spirit of respect and co-operation. lle is the kind of man who inspires youths who will go out and give all for him. lle not only has the faculty of inspiring a team, but he knows basketball. I-lis teams have always shown the result of his etlicient coaching. There is not a better bas- ketball coach in Wisconsin today. A Fruth coached team is always a good one. ---Alfred H intgfj '26. I lute One Hundred Ef F. BAKER lfonlfmll fflllllfll LMER F. BAKER, football coach for the past two seasons, has worked wonders with his teams. Although his boys have been rated as the smallest and lightest in the Valley Conference, they have come through as winners because they have had instilled in them a knowledge of scientific football. ln l92l Baker came to Fond du Lac from Dubuque College, lowa, where for three years he starred as a lineman on teams that won several champion- ships. During his first two years at Fondy, he was assistant coach to E. D. liruth, who at that time directed the Red and White in football. ln the fall of 1923 Baker acted as assistant to T. E. Royal, former University of lllinois backheld star. But in 1924 Baker took the reins and with Fruth's assistance put out a team that lost only one game and that hnished second in the con- ference. ln 1925 his team lost only two games, these defeats coming at a time when the squad was crippled by injuries. Under the direction of Coach Baker, liondy lligh looks forward to a bright future in the realm of football. . ---A lfred Hintq, '26. Page One Hundred Une DEL llnrcums Retiring Caplaiu OR three years "Del" has served liondy lligh on the gridiron and basket- ball court. This year, his linal term, "Del" has had the distinction ol' being the captain ol' both the football and basketball squads. Much credit is due him for the able manner in which he led the IUZ5 football team through a successful season. llis punting. passing. and running have earned him the name ol' a "triple threat" player. lle was conceded a place on the All Valley Conference Team because ol' his splendid generalship and judg- ment as quarterback. Along with his splendid records as a true. clean cut athlete "Del" has maintained high scholastic averages. l-ondy Iligh is indeed proud to have had a leader like Captain llutchins. mr' Um' lllnlflrnl Tim: ABE Mfwis Caplaiil-lilac! EXT year's football squad will have a real leader in Abe who has been a mainstay on two previous liondy elevens. ln both basketball and football he has distinguished himself at lfondy lligh. Under his leader- ship liondy lligh should enjoy another banner football season. llis ability lo break up opposing plays and his cool headedness made him an asset to Bake's IOZ5 football machine. Abe's presence in the line as tackle made it a veri- table stonewall. Ile has plenty of weight, height, and speed, and ability to get his man . Much is to be expected of him in his Iinal year. We wish you good lllcli Abel Page Une llumlreil Thrrr -l--- I 'ft i'i'm.' U'Ilm'u. .lluinll, lfllrvllvr, Nzlw, llnlun. ulmlerxml, I'-l'ftIi'ldlll1. .N'irr'i-rlwil. lfzrltlrr. ll'n'mt1, l'1li111. IH I nlilfr lx'm.- lfofi-lt l'!'urr I". Iftrlcer, llturmn. lllli-ry, lflriulnlru. Iurllr, lfiipliinl llnltlun-. ll fllwu Nilwrrlr l"ulium. lx'1:1i'ri4 lvnllt. lfolluul lx'u7.'f f'llglnfIrnl.'. llvlw-11. Iultrzmrr limnrll llnulx, llllullru, lijnllf-rr lli llrllm, lllim l'nrf,!! 'Glyn Qquah in Qstton lTll an uncrossed goal line for the first lour games ol' the season. liond du Lac lligh school's H315 football team can point with pride to its record lor the past season. The only two defeats sulfered by Coach l3aker's aggregation came in the last two games ol' the season when bad weather and injuries considerably handicapped the squad. l5ondy's team was outweighed in every game by the opposing line and backtield. The team managed to scrap along gloriously, however. until the next to the last game. On that day liondy played in a blinding snowstorm al Sheboygan in weather that was lavorable lor polar bears and seals. Both teams fumbled repeatedlyg Sheboygan's two touchdowns came as a result ol fumbles, one ol' them in the last tive seconds ol' play. lfondy had it all over Sheboygan when it came to plunging and passing for gains, but whenever the liondy warriors got within striking distance ol' the goal they would lose possession ot' the elusive pigskin. ln that game Captain llutchins suffered a badly injured leg and was carried off the field. On a dry field liondv would have been about two touchdowns better than Sheboygan. ' The Fond du Lac boys were taken to Madison as guests of the Rotary club where they witnessed the Wisconsin homecoming game. The next Satur- day they travelled to Beaver Dam and beat the Wayland Academy team in a non-conference tilt, 7 to ll, in that team's home-coming. What made the season a great success was l5ondy's wonderful triumph over Oshkosh, 7 to 6. in the homecoming game at Rueping park. Oshkosh had a great team this year, but did not lind hersell' until the Fondy game. Neither team scored in the tirst halt, but in the third quarter Oshkosh broke through lor a touchdown. The goal kick was blocked. Fondy received the i' Uni' lluut1'n'i1 Four .--rw-, I . i 'Aa 1 A ., A , llulcbins punting the ball out of danger. next kickoff and rushed the hall straight down the field to the I0 yard line from where jimmy Purcell received a forward pass from Del Hutchins and dropped across the line for the tying score. The fans were breathless as Brunet made ready to try for a drop-kick, and then let loose with a mighty yell as the ball sailed high over the posts for the winning tally. Oshkosh was the first team to cross the Fondy goal. Then followed the disastrous tilts against Sheboygan and West Green Bay. lt was a day of football upsets all over the country when the "dope" went wrong and all the picked teams lost because of mud or snow-covered fields. Fondy was no exception. There is no alibi to offer over the 26 to 0 re- verse at Green Bay except that the score would have been closer had Hutchins been able to play. Fond du Lac's players won praise in every city in which they played. Natie Cohen was placed at end and Brunet at fullback on Al Mayer's all- conference team. Hutchins was given the captaincy and quarterback post on the second teamg Whalen placed at guard, and Manis at tackle. Football experts in other cities followed suit, except that a Sheboygan scribe placed ll'utchins at quarter on the Hrst team. Although Coach Baker will lose some of his greatest players this june in Hutchins, Folsom, Fitzpatrick, Cohen, Purcell, and others, he can be depended upon to come through with another winning aggregation next fall. Abe Manis will captain next year's team. Abe has played tackle for two years for Fondy, and his experience in the line will be a valuable asset. ---A lfred H intg, '26. Page One Hundred Fie C 3I:ORGE h'1Ch4lI.I.AN VINCENT Musoul 4 4 1 9 W FII HLIIISCII---LCIQI halfhzlck---Second yczn'---Open Iield running. XYIHSIH1---I:llHbllCli and quzlrterhuc ---3' positions. k Ilrsl your---Ability for diffu john son--- R ight l1z1ll'b:x'k---S-' I L mom VCZIT---A light fast scrapper BYLIIICY---I:l.lHbZlCk---Thilll year---Ill-fc11six'c work and xdrop kifking. Cohen---Right end---Second year---One of lhc hcst ends in confcrcncc. Folsom---Right hzllfbzlck---lfirst year---A wry dependable half. V-if-. '- 1 . ' 2- V M--b 1. ' fm of f-ws: f 3' ' L' 4 A ,,fp1 .. ' K,-1 , , 7 4 . I.: '-jafw'-1:5 tx, ., N K Lv V- ., l' V ' ' ' ' " 'v' " ,. ' ff? '.1-lm. : ' ,-iff' , .Q-. ,, :V , wh"FT3' . -a-.,.' - 'K ' . ' ' JL , 1 va- ,. , .. I .1 ng, ,. , , fx, W, , 4 ,. ., ,v ,. , .V 1 ,U n .rg Mhkx , '13, , du! gy, ,K Z 1 ,.. v, .I ,,, A .I . My M zu, ,- I f ' ,, Ui t W W K t I. A 1451! 5 . lu V - MH ik.. - 4 l 1 - Huw llumlnvl Six Uvblcnvlw lIlft'lIIfYH!I.Q 11 lim' f7lllH.Lft'. Louis Ilfxwsrw llowmzn lfoisomi .xwkuwciis BRUN E'l' NA'l'H.'XNl Comm Ifitzpzilrick--Left cml---Second yciu'---lfull ol light Llcspitc had ankle. Purcell---l.eft emi---First yezli'---Will he rcmcmbercd bv oppoliciits. McMillzm---left Iuckle---Sccoml yum'---Aggrussivencss Qmd speed. XX hzilen---l,.elt guard---I limi year---Good plan' blocker. Aspzltorc---Right emi---liirst ycfu'---Sliould ilQvelop into line lincmam. l'uvreuu---CIenler---l'irst yez1r---Fxceptionul passing zihilitv. O Bricp---Left tackle---liirst year---Depcmlziblc spirit. ' M usol l---Leiitei'---liirst vczlr---Yiciuiis lucklcr. Allen---Left tackle---l5ii'lst your---Wciglit wilh ziggrcssiveiicss. .-1 rr off-lnrlrli' plnvv. 'MY' I'l14ur Um' llnmlnul Vt n 'l l gr Ou A L54 . I Mvklqwrilr XX'IIAI.IiN 621.11-noun -IOIINSUN IfR,xNu4 I5l'l'zr-MRI: The jfnx Ember Halley Qlunferenre W I. 'I' Pct. Iiusl Green Buy--- ,,I. o II 1.000 West Green Iizly -- - --5 I .853 Mzlrinette .... -- U 3 I .750 Sheboygan -- ..,, 4 3 WI Ilond du Luc ,- Ml I ,500 IJSIIIQOSII -- -- I 5 IOT AppIelon -- --DO 5 U00 Manitowoc -- G-, 0 -I ,HOU SKXJIQIES I5omI dn Inc-, - -- Ripon -- ll Iiond du I '1c,e, -MZII Manitowoc II Ifoml du Appleton -M 3 lfond du Wayland -- II I-ond du Oshkosh ....e, ...,. C 1 Ifond du Sheboygan -- I2 I'oneI du W. Green Buy Zo I5oncI du Opponents -- 47 e llumlred l- Enwmm Aslwroxla WALDU l 3AvRm1: IZDWARD O,BRIEN ,f 11 -Iuxlas Pl'RC'Illl Nc,-K.. lllczlmkn XX AISON X l IOYIJ .XLLLN l'Llg1.' Urn' ll:1f1Ju'd Mm lJi1i.isi1R'i' lltmziiins Rctiriiig Captain llli name "Del" llutchins will always he analogous to the wortl "athletics" at lfontly Iligh. "Del" is one of the greatest antl cleanest leaders that we have ever heen privileged to have. The very lact that he was chosen as captain and guartl on both the All-Conference anti District teams proved the proficiency ol' the Retl antl White leader. lle startetl his high school haskethall career as a suh on Coach l3ruth's lOl-l State championship squad. 'lihis year was "lJel's" last and while his leaving will he a true loss we are looking forward to some great work lrom him in the "Big Ten" circles. t' lfnrnlrud 'lun ljlllli Wusow Caphliii-lilac! ll llick Watson ,goes the honor ol' piloting liondy lligh's llllo-7 haskethall hopes. Though small in stature he knows the game from ,-X to Z. lle is especially dangerous to his opponents he- cause ol' his uncanny eye for the hasket. Ile is undoubtedly one oi' the llashiest forwards put out hy Coach liruth in recent years. lle is a regular tornado ol' speed and has plenty ol' light that has been so characteristic ol' all liond du Lac players. Dick followed right into the lootsepts ol' his hrother "Bill" who was a mainstay on l3ondy's l0l0 State championship leant. Next year. his linal year, should prove a fitting climax to his three years ol' splendid service. I'ugr Une lluudrud l:lvz'uri Tnp Ix'uw-Ii. F. linker, Business Manager. Mums. lficlver, Hanten. Ii. D, Frutlv, Cuarlv. lioflnm Rowflhurcll, Cohen, Hulrhins, Watsaiz, l"nl.min. success in askethall INNING the Valley Conference and District Clllampionships and being eliminated from the state tournament only because ol' had luck is the enviable record ol' Coach l7ruth's Red and White cagers. Al- though they seemed a better team than Superior, tree throws beat liondy l8-I5 in the State meet at Madison. lfvidently tired out by the Superior game, the team lost another hard tight to LaCrosse I5-I I, and returned home without the championship. Nevertheless everyone should be proud of the team because they played through a hard season with success. The season proper started in December when the liruthmen scored a 23-o win over the Ripon Frosh. Shortly afterwards in another practice game they also took in the alumni I8-l l. ln a hard fought game Fonldy lflighs lost their lirst conference. tilt to She- boygan 20-I5. The next week they had little trouble in disposing ol Fast Green Bay to the tune of 30-IZ. The squad then proceeded to wipe out any previous defeat Oshkosh ever has given us by running all around the sawdust city cagers by the score ol 20-15. The llighs went into second place because of this victory. Coach l5ruth's basketeers continued on their way to the conference championship by beating Nlarinette 28-IZ at the senior gym. Page One llundred Twelve l'ontly's chttnipionsliip hopes were lemporgtrily NllllllL'l'k'kl ut .Xppleton where the patpermulters heat ns I5-li in at lust minute I'llllj', We were again put in the running when this gzune with two others was lorleitetl hy Apple- ton because three ol her men were ineligihle at the time ol' playing. The strong Neenzth live then came tloxyn to Iiontl tlu l.ztc and tleleattetl the lextni in ll nonconlerence tilt. I8-l5. Un the next liritlaly night the liruthmen went up to Green lltty amtl won gtnother close conference tilt from the West Buy. l5-ll, Nlzinis :intl Watson heing contrihuting li1lCl0l'S in the victory. Oshkosh then came clown intent on avenging the tleleut the teztm hztntletl them earlier in the season, hut the team yyithstootl the invasion ztntl emerged on the long entl ol' at 0-8 score ztlter un exciting game. liontly then remoyetl :mother Clllllllpltlllblllp ohstztcle hy hezttine, Apple- ton I0-ltl. llutchins platyetl only one quarter, hut his presence gave the ltllllll moral support. lfox River Yztlley Conference Champs! The team went to Manitowoc :mtl hy ll hrilliztnt victory over the shiphuiltlers eztrnetl this title. Battling 1lgJ,1llll5l their opponents ll-ll leutl ut the end ol' the thirtl quztrter, the liruth- men emerged victors lo-I 5. liontl tht l.:tc zintl Neentth then enteretl the Usltlioslt District 'liotirnzunent :ls the tyyo most l-0l'ITlltl1llWlL' contentlers, and the "dope" latter proved correct. 'l'he l5ontly llighs swgnnpetl Ripon -ll-I3 in the opening ganne, and repezltetl the next clay hy tleleztting Berlin 20-3. Neenzth also won two ganna-s although Oshkosh gave them :tn unexpectetl tight. ln the linztl game the liruthmen overcame Neen11h's l 3-0 hull' time lezttl hy out-scoring Neenzth ll--l in the lust hull: :mtl won one ol' their hztrtlest games hy the score ol' ll-l7. 'l'herel'ore they hecnme District champs :mtl also avenged :in eztrlier defeat hy the same teztm. Page Une llunJzetl Tlwl fa r Louis llANSl:N jmius l'tiiu:iai,i. .Mau Marais This yt-ar thu tt-am was ahly lcd lay Dol llulchins, wlmsc mul lu-atlutlncss and lcatlursliip always sliowctl tlicmsclvcs. llc was placul on thc all-cmilcr cncc lcam as guard aml captain with his tt-am matc Nlanis. Nlanis provct to hu a vcry valuable ccntcr hy lcatling thc conlcrcncc scoring with 35 licltl goals and I? lrcc throws. Colton was l3omly's next hrightt-st scorer with Z4 Iluhl goals ami I5 Ircc tl1rmx's. llutchins and llansun xwrc also giiartls on thL all District 'lournamcnt tcam. I1 llur llnmliril l"nlrrit'r11 X 1 v I ve, ,1 V s A RUU LMI ' l I 1 I , if fi lioisom lllClll:R Coiiiw 'lihc ltlllll wp-lm-ll lo liziu- haul luck in winlxing lin- throws. hut their lcnni mrli cnrriul thum lhrough nizuiy ll liurll till. 'lihis is thc sccoml District L linmpionship thc logon has won in thc lzisl lhrcc years, gmll the fourth in th-: l ist ninc yours. lhc school ought lo hc wry proud ol lhcir In-gun. Dick Wul- son, who hclll down om' ol' lhc l'orw1ml positions wilh skill. will hi- ncxt milfs up I llll Ralph lX.I'z1I1f, 'Io lbilzr lim' lln mlrrll l"lll1'z'f1 I 'W Ir s Lew ir I Q: X 4 ' Q r. 3- ' ' ,I . "' ?"'!"'5""""5 ' !"" ' ' ' F 3 QW' "Em" "H '!!!!'r . p as .V ,wg .3 I' 4, ifb , :,,g r , l. Yly, p p vx o ,"'f.-rydioiu .QEQEJ '-n AK ' Q- 3 I eff + I I I? ' I ' 5591.4 2 32 Season 'dllntals T5 1 513 Fond du Loo---328 Opponents-205 I T' - !Cyaq::.ra V L . .1 of VALLEY CONFERENCE SCORES 'A T54 I A 'g',,:+aig Fond du -Lac .......... 23 Ripon 'Frosh ----- ---- 6 :,1'l3F"f 1 Fondr du QI-ac ......... -I8 'Alumni ..... - .... ..---ll 'Qjfgp ' Fond dur Lac .......... I5' Shebo gan -- -- ...... 20 rriijg Fond dd Lac .... --' .... 30 ' I East green Bay ........ I2 ,fpf gg p Fond Lac .......... 29 Oshkosh .... .... - --- I 5 Zf5.f?34f Fond Lac ..,....... 28 .Marinettc --- ....... --IZ 951' I Fo d I rl ' U I n 2 Lac ........ --- Appleton fforfeitedj -- . Fond 0 .oz Lac .......... I5 Neenah .......... - ---I8 p"I,i-EPI Fond Lac --.---- O ---I5 West Green Bay-- ----I4 - Xu- I M ' 9 8 ' I0 I3 rr ' 1 " Fond I I Q Fond .Lac -.---..- -- or Qtr Lac ..-.. --- E Oshkosh .-.. -. -- -- -- , du du du du 4 du du du I9 du I6 V I . .. la. Fond ,..,,., - arm - HHIIOWOC I .2 C. rl I , ---- ------ A on t .. S 'Jia ' l du Opponents -- ---- I39 ,--7-.5 i Fond Lac-- . .----. ZI9 F, .V , 1-- ug lr- ,qf,0 I x ' 4 342521 rlfhii'-Y 1vZ'f.3I'i J if ny, rl I IW'- We I w.--gr 71 PI i 1. ,, I :lvl 4 1, I' I' v ': . ver-1 :wr t 'J ff' I WT' A ,T X I r I I Ks.. ..' ,,,EWL'f','r .pl Cl :TI ACTA' E' 'A Ili, K I ff' X . Ir I'-Broil. . . Q CONFERENCE STANDING 5 ,ig ' ' I w. L. Por.. :.j1'Q'q"r,p I' Fond du Lac --- -- --8 I .889 ro lr, Mrrrnowoo -- -- --s -. 2 , .114 v Sheboygan -.... - ---5 2 .714 I" pimp ' marinade --B.---. -- --3 4 .427 5 p Q "" 5521 t ' .,-- -- --3 4 .427 'Vw' N ApToxroo'ff'f--f,f -- -- --3 s .375 15 535 rg-'TQIQI East Green Bay ..-- - -- .3 5 .375 I A ,Q Oshkosh ------------ --. -----.-- -- -I 7 ,IZ5 , 34 , iifrir' -- DISTRICT -TOURNAMENT SCORES 1 -no I for I L ' Fond du Lac .---.----- 42 Ripon - ---.-- -----I3 11 , o r Fond du 'Lac ----.----- 20 Berlin .--- ---.- 3 5' in 3 QNEJ' Fond du Lac .--------. 21 Neenah -- --.-I7 gff . -- -- 1 K Fond du Loo -....... --sa Opponents -.... 33 1 , STATE MEET SCORES 2 F235 Fond du Lac------ ---. ns Superior -.--- -----I8 2 LM, Fond-du Loo -... .. -.... Il La Crosse -...- ns rj I I Fond du Lac -.-------- Z6 Opponents .'-- ----- 33 , 'sn' X, ' , I U ' - . HFQQ - I Elias. I 5155: ' ., Delbert Hutchins CCaptainj A Nathan Cohen , G I if. 2+ Richard Watson CCaptain Electj Howard Folsom X' ,- Abe Manis I - I-:mes Purcell I 3' . Louis Hansen . arold Eicher I " L rm Ou Hound srrrrm I N I I 'J Y u .r .L :i..L'-Iq. i ' "" ' rs P T 1 -it -,lgcfijvlxl kv- . g .. .I -M31 qw' ,rg 8 fag QQ I it? fv - .W J W -, Q JISSA g -' e .A WH . ' ' Q v c. .ina?-.'?"f'mf"" 3 W ""Q??Z'CE.ge ' Q fi i it tszf, CE .. ite? A . 'd-' X, ,- ' w" 1 ., 'gy W ' i, QW 'vgsffi were ' 'Zi W2 J thi. H3 ,XM K n W1 V 'J if ' 3 ' fjf' iff X 19 aft, r K :jj Q if 'dk flip fw V xi :Q -. -KJ' I I IYIW iff? +41 "?f5i5f ','.'..,- . 5.1. Q-1 ggvxargi A fa - 'ff wt. 1 'zu .' 1 I laupb Pilon f. 0,31 X :Ni giiggifm weft- W tlalgH'i4'i If YQ iifflwit if 'T 3,11 We re for Fondy. We re for Fondy. Kiki? Finest city in the wholewide state. Hg 2 hw z wj,f',4 We have pep and we have snap, It We know how to put her on the map. VHA 1,9 "2 v 4 - if ' , flgqwlflf Rah! Rah! Fondy! Rah! Rah! Fondy! 1 ,lf bifili . . . '2 Best old city m the whole wide state! ',g,.5'v, 955-N I ,geyt X if ? 1 V "Q TQL Q i??"'t, if'7'f7 W1 .iv--ui Wm 1 ,f f .Q 3. ' lk .il Hit 'em high! EGR firlivgff .in gs I mx I 'v : W 'i K 'tra I . rgf ,if 1" 4. , Lf an 'I y lmwrvaz 1 ',.Xx.4t , .5 izgff-fi EQMJQ . , 4 47 41. Hit em low! e ,Fw 15 Come on, Fondy, l Lets go! V Q t P ' 21 fi ' t I 111' ' L . WY" W V- I Estbcr Halverson Agnus Proms ""J?3S, pmt W 1 V W Page Ou Hundnd Swnutnn Y N! 6 E M, ' A ' ,-' izff' -.A 'lf 4 RA 5 yn- V. , ' , - J.. 1. I ' IT", ' "f'1' .jig W .....e,4.,1,T'Z,, . ' O ' 7 .1 fsswi , .4n:,, K A47 -file It '25- gi" 1 s-41 53y"'L "?" V I 61115 Baskrthall 111 5111111 1111-11' 111511111 LII 1111l1111r s1111r1s. 1,111K'1. 11-111: 1111-1' 111111 111 l.1pl1'111.'-11111l1'1-1-lei-,U1111111 llnllg 1l1l1f11.'1u ll1111r11l'1111 If-1'-111111 111111.11 11111111111 l1'11:. l'1lgf11ll111l1- 11111111111 1lr1,1111' 111171111 I1'1l:-1-1.111 3 ' - ' ' . . . 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I.. tflelwl l. .l. lumi, t,m1r'i, lxrznlc. lunulnilrr linllomli'o1.' Ullrri,ll.vl1m'w lluulwi' lmrurl lwlqfmfrnlc llli lirst animal interclass lwaslcetlwall schedule came to a close wlien in the last class game the sophomores defeated the juniors. thus winning the interclass championship. The sophomore team was an example ol' a highly developed machine. Under the alwle coaching ol' Nlr. jones the underclassmen turned deleat into victory. 'llie smart ol' the two defeats xvhicli the jones' machine received at the lweginning ol' the season was easily soothed hy the wide margin victories ol' all the remaining games. .-Xccurate. even, and swilt play- ing enabled the sophomores to overcome their lack ol' weight, The one tact about the championship team that stands out is that in no gllllllk' did any individual player star. Klucli credit is due Coach jones for securing cooperation, the lile ol' the sophomore machine. By the tense interest shown in all the inter class games, it may be jtnlged that they were a source ol' mncii pleasure to all lvaslxetlwall lans. Piles Une llnntlfeil lm' llumlrm 3' - ' 7 f .jf il is M' jK!!f'f!l llARo1.D NlANSKE liasulnall Captain AROLD lVlANSlilf, ll veteran ol' two years schol- lztstic experience in the great American sport. was selected to captain Couch l4rnth's hzlsehgtll hopes this seztson. lle held down the shortstop position on last yez1r's teztm. llis handling ol' liners :ind sure hzlse throws evidenced his zthility. Aside from his fielding prowess, he hats heen Ll dangerous man :tt the hut :ind can he relied upon to register il hit in the pinches. Mztnske is well deserving ol' the honor. llnder his leztd- ersltip liondy should he represented hy :I winning comhinnlion. I 7'-1.wulv imhtetn of Baseball Qzaauu ORTY candidates answered the call of Coaches Baker and Fruth for baseball. The enthusiasm was high. The prospects for another crack high school baseball nine this year are rosy. There are seven veterans back from last year in addition to some promising new players and others who participated in the class league contests in 1925. Nate Cohen will probably carry the brunt of the pitching and Louie Hanson the catching. "Bambino" Miller, the hard slugger who doesn't know what it feels like to strike out, will be back at first base. Captain Nlanske will probably hold down his old position at short. Two other infield positions, third and second will have to be filled by new men. The outfield will be well fortified with three veterans in Meiss, Hallback, and Willis. "Buck" Brunet, who was ineligible for the "varsity" nine last year, but who is rated one of the best players in the school, will be on this year's squad. lle may be used as a catcher and llanson moved to an inlield position. liieher and Purcell are two other good prospects. Coach Fruth has not announced the booking of any games, but challenges have been received from janesville, Wayland Academy, Berlin, and others. At present a diamond east of the river and north of West Ninth street is used for practice. The real games will be played on the Fair Ground diamond or in the Rueping Athletic park if it is repaired in time. The baseball mentors are watching thc class games and hope they may he able to pick "varsity" material from them. Page One llumlml Twenty one bpsiral Qlihucatinn jfur the Mitts l'llS year, for the first time in the history of the Fond du Lac High School, the girls have had the advantages of physical ed- ucation. The boys have always had more or less of a chance to indulge in such sports as football, baseball, and basketball: but here- to lore no opportunity has been given the girls. The aims of physical education are many. The promotion ol' good health, the proper use of leisure time, the establishment ol' higher ideals, and the accomplishment of physical, as well as social, mental, and mora lfitness are some of the aims of the course. llow physical education establishes higher ideals and develops a moral and social fitness is easily seen in organized games: such as, baseball, basketball, volley ball, and hockey. ln these contests. the contestants must be physically and mentally alert. There must be a sense of co-operation, ol' sportsmanship, ol loyalty, of courage. ol' endurance. and a great enjoyment in the contact with one's lel- low-beings. The girls are now having the chance to develop these admirable qualities. The girls' gym classes meet every day .each girl reporting to class twice a week. The classes are organized into squads. each squad leader being responsible for the conduct of the girls in her group. Basketball teams have also been organized, and several interclass games have been played. Tumbling, setting-up exercises, and folk dancing are a few of the features enjoyed by the girls under the able direction of Miss llelen Keely, the gym instructor for the girls. We hope that the girls will continue to have the opportunity to participate in physical education and to enjoy the work as much as we have this year. ---l7nrntl1,v Gabel, '26, P1 r Une llunrlrefl fwenfvi'-two Physical Qthucatiun for 350115 llAT could be a more splendid gilt of the citizens to the community than the provision of an opportunity for physical, social, and moral development of its future citizens? The citizens and the city admin- istration have long realized that such a gift reflects the highest duty to its youth and have given to its future citizenry the splendid Fond du Lac lligh School Gymnasium where it is now possible for all boys to receive athletic instruction twice a week. These instructions help to develop the student socially and morally as well as physically. As aids to accomplish these ends we have---mechanical equipment to develop physical strength, skill, coordination. and cooperation of the group. This equipment includes jumping standards, climbing poles, ropes, hurdles, shot, javelin, discs, vaulting poles, basketballs, volley balls, baseballs, bats, tumbling and apparatus mats, and vaulting boxes. We have a program ol' highly organized games which develop the team spirit, fairplay, and sportsmanship and which teach subordination of selfish desires lor the moral development. We have well ventilated rooms and individual lockers in which is kept our gymnasium clothing. We are able to experience twice weekly that exhil- arating feeling, which comes from warm and cold shower baths. We all get an opportunity to learn something of the many forms of ath- letic activities and at times are tested as to our individual physical abilities. These tests reveal our weaknesses and help to decide what training is best to strengthen us. The physical training has greatly improved the physical con- ditions of the Fond du Lac lligh. This year the training was more of an ex- periment but next year Fond du Lac High students will 'have a well organ- ized physical education program which will be enjoyed by all. Page One Hundred Twenty-lbw: 5 l ll a ENS . A, TELWATQWZW 'iwgviwp I' Iv -r M iiciffilha-no M5591 1 is BN 'fl N Q ,Q cyl ' iff! 1 I glygj seniors Humax 'lllirank 'Utctnrp 5, . J ffffffie 5' ', i A HE seniors won the inter-class track meet for the high schools students S' at the county fair grounds on May l, scoring -WM, points. The sopho-Q lf mores were second with 33, and the juniors were third with 28. Another KJ inter-class meet was held at the same place on May 8, and the seniors won as 1 . t'q.2 J- fq V' before. These meets were carried on by Coach Fruth primarily to find ma- ' V terial for the track team that represented the school at Appleton on May 15. ' :Fill ' -:kr A l gtg ,rf tl lr: 'HQ' 'Ll' . E Y If? jirfil Temp" livj ai Hlhtl iiifffal lr 4' l ififgj .liars V 51 ' 1 ' Xg,g.:l sg.. r" ip., led iy.,?,gi,,Q rf- Pin-lag' ' il kv- '. Zi-S1 gr 1- - --. ,112 5 f"'-in ' I - - 4 ii ' if pw '9-'. ., mtl? 1 a ' i . . r 4 '. lf,"-'ni Vi.. W. r gnlllj l 5 ..-wg: .,:1' fi ., i4X,,f .gf .JN .gn . rg- ' ,. L.: j-11.3 1 x , ips' ff diff Despite inadequate track facilities and other difficulties, several excellent L prformances were tumed out in the runs: The results of the May l meet were: l00-yard dasb-Carlton Margraff, senior, first: Louis Hansen, junior, secondgj Ralph Kraut, senior, third. 880-yard run-Edward O'Brien, senior, first: Howard Folsom, senior, second: Harry Lange, junior, third. 440-yard dash-Leo Giebel, sophomore, first: Marlin Allen, sophomore, second, Waldo Favreau, senior, third. 220-yard dasb-Leo Giebel, sophomore, first: Louis Hansen, junior, second: Harry Lange, junior, third. 880-yard relay-juniors, first: Seniors, second: Sophomores, third. Mile run-Edward O'Brien, senior, first: Henry Ottery, sophomore, second: Clyde Musolf, sophomore, third. Sbot put-Elmer Schmidt, sophomore, first: Melvin Roehrdanz, senior, second: Marshall Wilson, sophomore, third: George McMillan, senior, third. Pole 'vault-Wilbur Chase, junior, first: Waldo Favreau, senior, second: Melvin Roehrdanz, senior, third. Higb jump-Franklin Winters, juniors, Grstg Harold Michler, junior, second: Wil- bur Chase, junior, second: Vincent Musolf, senior, third: Clyde Musolf, sophomore, third: Henry Ottery, sophomore, third. laiielin-l-loward Folsom, senior, tirst: Charles Zynda, sophomore, second: Leander Freund, senior, third. . Broad jump-Lloyd Allan, senior. first: Sydney Burmaster, sophomore, second: Melvin Roehrdanz, senior, third. 220-yard hurdles-Waldo Favreau, senior, first: George Davis, sophomore, second: ,J ...al 57 get . A v ,as s' 1 lr ,AS tg. .'l 'sri . ,P"'+-J? V rv ff' V xv . ll T31 I ui' SW "1 'fi '.. L I ,,,,- vj ll N-fl 'Y i fr- X 9 ' Q. A594 ww! Alvin Lang, senior, third. - abs f , Page On: Hundred Twenty-four QQ' 1: f ,rf ...W ' Qwvflirq , .. -f i A , It to 'llllbz 'Halley Qllunfrtenre 'llllrark meet HIS year for the lirst time in twenty years, Fond du Lac has been able to enter men in the Valley Conference Track Meet held at Appleton Although this was the hrst appearance of the Fondy track men, they made a good showing. The team won sixth place ,a wonderful achievement considering lack of facilities and inexperience. Fond du Lac had fourteen men entered in the contest and won six points. The school was represented in each event except the high hurdles. Fondy track men came close to scoring in the l00 yard dash and 880 yard run, although the team was not used to a cinder track. L. Giebel did get third in the 440 yard run and C. Margraf came second in the fastest l00 yard dash heat. li. O'Brien led in the 880.yard run most of the way but gave out in the end. llill also ran a good heat in the 220 yard dash. The relay, a very spectacular event, was won by Fond du Lac track men, for which they re- ceived a banner which will be kept by Fondy. The team was composed of Giebel, Hansen, Hill, and Margraf. West Green Bay won first place: Manitowoc, second: Oshkosh, third, East Green Bay, fourth, Sheboygan, hfthg Fond du Lac, sixth. Appleton and Marinette were sixth, each winning two points. The state high-jump record was broken by a jump of 5-IOM. The javelin throw of loZ feet was excellent in a high-school event. FONDY ENTRI ES L. Giebel L. Peeke R. Hill W. Favreau L. Margra F. Fitzpatrick L. Hansen C. Zynda E. O'Brien W. Chase H. Folsom C. Musolf ll. Bingen j. Anderson Page Une II 1a1z dred Ttvenly-hte 4' llnmirrd T'u'4'rllvr-wx Eh?r'2WR3Q'51? K-allMEQKWAQWAKQM-kzcbmffiihaavfzg-'g6.g.a'eZe'se-I v 13 'f Wg 'pw . Q 0' 'W' w 4 SQ' A Q' in fffffgiz N gxXi? gQ NEW -19 , X X , 1 . 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L .L DIFFICULT TRAFFIC PROBLEMS C NFRONT STUDENTS8z ACULTY Congestion in Halls and on Stairways Becoming Serious No metropolis has ever had to deal with a more dillicull trallic problem than that which Fond du l.ac lligh School has to. The trouble is greater this last se- mester, it would appear, because of the fact that so many new sophomores enrolled in the school. If these people would lay aside their infantile habits and rement- her that they are now members of gr ,upposedly very dignitled school, the congestion would be eliminated. As it is ,these youngsters scramble down the hall pell-mell as if there were no others to be considered. On the stairs, especially, does one encounter the great danger of breaking his neck. People going up try to push those coming down back up and vice versa until thc condition has become too serious to be sniffed at. Several remedies have been sug- gested, one of which is that part of the tralhc in the halls might be reileved if an airplane service were established. As well as helping traflic conditions, this system would help students to reach their classes on time because of the great speed of the planes. or those using the surface it might be a wise idea to ride velocipetles. tricipedes. or bicycles and thus do away with the terrible male in the course of a few seconds. To relieve the pushing at the stairs it would be a good plan to have up and down escattors: then tht-re would be no lives lost in the scramble. Another thing would be to install Up and Down signs at the tops of the stairs similar to the Stop and Go signs on our main thorofare. The disadvantage of these. however, is that some people are unable to read. Whether dition one way or another, there no delay, for if we we remedy the con- should be put it off, who knows how many persons may he maimed or killed for life? 1 V , . .ey -, .. I , , .J Complimentary Number Price-Your Temper POPULAR MOVIES OF 1925-1926 The New tlommandment Thou Shalt take Gym We Moderns--The Student Body The Coast of Folly Never studying The Freshman ........ Any Soph The Unholy Three Jeanne, Olive. and Monie The Tower of l,ies ..... ThcOllicc The Slave ot' Fashion Hazel llicken lhe Night Club ............ lli-Y Not so Long Ago Seniors were Freshmen Wild, Wild Susan .... Sue Kremer The Keeper of the Bees B'sl Mrs. Decker Lord jim ............ jim Purcell lntroduce Me ........ jean Scoble BROADCASTING KFI-LOS ANGELES-Adele Fox The latest fashions in shoes. KDKA--Marie R. Meyer Why l don't study any more. KYW- alvey Gordan Lecture on llow to Chew Gum Correctly. WJAX-jacksonville, Ray Breitung Why l was reelected President. WCBD--ZION-Tom Dollhausen Charleston Instructions. KFIZ-FONDY-Monica Baker luicy Bits of Gossip WjjD-MOOSEHEART- "Dream Daddy" Purcell Bedtime story-l A. M. OMRO-C. Buddington Wegner, Ph. l.. l.. D. M. Q. Talk on the Rise and Fall of a Davis. WllT--CHICAGO-Sue Kremer, Home Economist Cooking Hints for the New Bride. Will-NEW YORK-Betty Cone, From Greenwich Village Lecture on llow to Hold a Man's lleart. Maurice Murray: Mr. Cochran, he's jabbing me in the side with his joke book. Mr. Cochran: Stop poking fun at your classmate, john, Father: Remember son, beau- ty is only skin deep. l.arry: That's deep enough for me. l'm no caninbal. FAMOUS SPEAKER DELIGHT AUDIENCE Professor Codfish Lectures A large audience composed of, for the most part, students, heard Professor Codfish in the Roosevelt auditorium, Tltursday evening. February ll. llis speech was the hrst of a series of lectures dealing with subjects closest to the hearts of the student body, such as "The Shortage of Chewing Guin is Europe and the United States," and "Social and Economic Condi- tions in Luco and Rosentlalef' llis first lecture was vcry deep. profound and intricate. as a result of a request by those who at- tended. lt was evident that Professor tlodhsh held his audience spell- bound in his interpretation of some of the world's deepest proli- lems, his influence and magnetism being so intense as to cause four students, Stanley Watson, john Treleven, Emmanuel Lindner, and jimmy Sorenson to walk out he- cause their turbulent emotions were so great they coud not keep them in check, and were, as a re- sult, graciously permitted by Pro- fessor Codfish to either leave or get out. The demand for tickets to these lectures has been more than grati- fying. A few students have quar- reled bitterly over a ticket, which. because of the shortage, each wished to purchase. Many of them, also, tho they do not take the history that makes the hear- ing of these lectures compulsory, have tearfully requested their re- spective teachers to allow them to go, nevertheless. and discuss and take examinations on them in class. lt is very evident that we need not fear for any cultural lack in the minds of our high school students. Mrs. Decker: What is a polygon? Helen Kremer: A dead parrot. Miss Wade fassigning topical: l'll give each of you a man for tomorrow. . , V ,Y : . fx.. Q 1 - V qui at .. ,- . - uw- t - . f , AQ..,f"s,.I S J, A -Ei, -.i as :.-'ill' ,f -it ?""'.""1' A - .a..l .. 4 . - 15.5.7 M .-ca, 'l it .' Qyaa- ff-qw., - . - - 1- .-. M- i ses, l -F7 6- s sM?t'i7.ie'5ttiilf2' iF' T 5' vt " ii - . Lg! 3-14?-t 112'-'Mo-I - ff QQ , - esrj L' 3 X i 1- Hif i 's-'fi ' . i 'vig' Page Two 'run PEPTOSLAM - tie: . -0 , , ft fr' 55- 'ii STIliTDExIg,I'Ssg1E1QgI5Y6lg: The Grand S1107 IFJMX OF PHOTOS L, -"AEI ' .1-A EA Mr. Greene: "The brain grows BCH. OOL MAKES ' li it FOR SKIPPQIG SCHOOL larger if you study hard." TEACHERS BIZZY Vai X' 1 ' N ' , Karl Villw ck lau hs. " fy. , Act ls Discovered Short! - 0. -t B t - Many Beautiful Pictures 799 .Q -5 , Mr. Greene. l dont believe 1 , 1 ' After Its Perpetration you ew, had ,,.,,ut,,, buying R Conflscateid By Relont- ' " S? im- -' K 1 h H els edu . it 3' in :iv l Three Fond du Lac School a" -t - ng ' l r -5 -4,-- students, names withheld on re- i Ever since the word Lila was v V . : QUOSI. were discovered skipping ,Boy Swv'-C-","'fSS1 wha' mentioned, and pictures were he- Q, 3 ,IV 'Ili school by the office authorities dngyou f'0"1'M""fY the any? ln! taken. UIC 8Cl100l l'll5,f'bC!1ll 2, ...H fi 3 early Yesterday aftemoon. sus- pon? Downs' I sa' 'Jn 'W' hon' flooded with some flattefins and iz: 1: 1 .17 picion was aroused when their ab- ' some not so flattering likenesses 'Q 41.2" , i ' sence from school was discovered, ' of our honored seniors. Many l.'f"?!':-:tg N lrgfi 1 because all three of them are inti- .1-0l'l'ail'W5 I woulda" 'ouch him SICCFIBSS nights were known to ' ,I ,t mite friends, and are in each Wllh fl- Un foal Pole- have been Svcnt by various mem- f wht,-'S company 3 great deal. ledrlie O'ls.: Why not, what's bers of the faculty in order to ex- ' N V' lt is known that the following Illimvfff M311 himihl I terminate the l'l'l'V9'l'nCklllB Gill' ' i . A morning they arrived at school, oflilllei I10! Ins. Olly it demic. A very simple method was U" . h a, f' ind were unmolested during the Would 'wk S0 Silly- devised hy some brilliant teacher: 'Q "V' morning. The afternoon, however, "'. fha' ls- he l'n9l"lY YOUR P0SS0S5l0ll t"Fgi'3' 1 is brought forth diherent develop- Ruth justen: What do you Of any Pl'l0l0 which Came into ' E ret ments. They were called, tigura, think ol' my dancing pumps? SlBlll- Many Wert the tears shed f: . ,Q I tively speaking, to the Court of Marie: My dear, l think they're by lnfn1bfl'S of the fair sex when 'L -' "? Q "T judgment, and were allowed to immense! Pictures of -their best beau: were ' 5 - state their case, and allpleacled .. taken from them. That, however, . 1 , Lf KUINY- The Judge delivered a Chuck B.: Heck! The car's gone WIS nn! fill' f0l'i Whll SWCCIYOUNK 3,1 stiff lecture, and levied on them already. llllnl Onllld l'CSiSl the llmvlltlon f'I,.j ff M fi a severe sentence. to wit: that T, G.: Why? of gazing at her beloved when- j N", they go-not to afternoon classes Chuck: There are its tracks. 'vel' the 0PP0l'Yllnl!Y lllnfdedf gf',f'3tx' ii . for an indefinite period, thus los- - ln Ill Ihr wffidvrl and in Ill , l w ing three points on each day lost. john Murray: l was in an awful 'he CllS5l'00n15 WUC hllftl, "Oh, ' i f M ia "',g:.f. A clause was mercifully added to uc:ident this moming. lSn'f il PCl'f2Clly ado-0-0-table? ,iii-'iii' -' XIV this that said: Above sentence to john L.: What happened? 'SWT Sh? just dlfllntfn After the ll , bemodified on good 'behavior of J. M.: A bicycle ran into my SUbleCl of N10 DiClUf6'S back Was 'V gs l H.. ,t... the prisoners. my "Lincoln", lg knockad me turned, there was 1 different story My i N5 Q.-vc The authorities hope that this speechless and the "car" spoke- hcnfd- ' L a's:,QL case will discourage all those who less. "Did YO'-l 'VCI' ICC lnylllilll S0 ly J. would follow the example of these -. flill-Grin! in YOUF life? Why, Shi lx flfii if . r , - - . " it . ' 5 psi I'li'.f"1'L'.1fI'..ffi"m..'.'..ls .flidiif , S'EP"u"' Gmfe xiii!" al' so 'md """""' 'S l' sential in order to quench this .Why did you awk? For Weeks the -hlfniied Pll0Y0' "4 HJ it' l unseemly desire for absence from I george Lemiux: Wd' 'Xml me 8l'lPll2l'S WCW ll0llnd0d UY lm' wiki , Jef classes, and it is just as evident my tingtaggxndcfi my han and Patient people who, when they saw af gif' F LQ that the daring victims of this dis- I f lllell' l'CSP0ctive proofs. gave a y' , l gl Ar' cipline are regretting their untime- Hg' B df' f Shflek of dlSll'llY 1114 PU! fl!! ' lf .ner ly and dangerous act. Rf! d l:O""fe" ,S M' 9' blame on their s-md men- Many A ,gli , " .1 0 e Mme" "'?' so 'ear' , photographers were tempted to ' 1, " le I," NEWS BRIEF lf th? twofould dwvv up 3 bn go out of business alter having sh, 1 lif t lnlluirius are come in to us mid smke a happy mem' been scolded and bothered bt! il ' as i 'f' pertaining to the absence of Olive S so - . few hundred impatient seniors. at , " ,- ' Smith, ,lean Tennant. and Monica li nappyw, mmerfcldt' D0 you Most of the men are back at work -tj ix L Baker from their afternoon i"l10'l"""G . . H - now after a few weeks rest at a i H.. t' classes. Many theories have been au ofmman' No' Wy Snnilivfiultt. 4 lj I advanced as to this absence, and mmhet, wont in me play mth The fever has calmed down to 5' i a few astute persons have at- I gun' a great degree. but there are still - .',r .' r,. 'l tached it to the news contained A woodpecker L on a sopho il few lllaflllfifl I0 bf Seen llffe in sf V A . . . . . . , . lt in the preceding article and there exchanging pictures of 1 ', e . . , A lf. -.-- mares head . their maps. :N ' -' -H-, llerthaz Hear the story about Md settled down to dun' - 6 " '+P - llc bored away for half a day i thciittertcilrz h . P And finally broke his bm lrene Lucas: l didn't get to bed 0, ,gg 1 L Q' ale : o, w at is it ' till four. ft-' M llertha: No point to it. Rose Fanders: What for? if . ' 5 ff M J if d So Dumb! lrene: Four A. M. Ya aumsail. . .4 I , q r. ones: ere id. you get Mr. Theisen: Why are you late - ' ' ' A the black eye-been fighting? this morning? Miss Finley: Which of Holmes' ' it L, xg Nate Cohen: Naw, got bit by a Carl Gerhard: School started poems do you like best, Isabel? 0 A3 butterfly. before l got here. Isabel Timm: l like Tb: Boys. 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' M Q , filter Conducted by Nota Blemish Don't mink for 1 minute that jY011hf2nhf: IIS :hS0:hf:Inj?fe I ,-.. Qi I .' "' you haven't a chance to grow tall- U11 11 1111 011 9 9' - Q , A V' ig Del' Ml" Bl"""hi er. Why. you're a mere infant l " . . I XC' 'Q .3-an U' What can I do to make curly md hw, pkmy of time to be 3 The world is old, but it likes XZ., !Q,f.,'j',qeA hair strahht? I have 'tried every- bi' mm, Jun keep ,way from laugh: ,L-2.N.9.j4 rf thing from bear's grease to lard Lady Nimdn, and drink mem, New jokes are hard.to flnd 'I .'i'ifgfI1 but to no avail. of milk. Thlygl do me ,mm you A whole new editorial stall J -, r,l,if'5f',,i Kurly Oberreich. ,ee if if doemql Can't tickle every mind. , .g."jf,.wl,-I fi'-IJ Dear Kurly: ' So if you find an ancient joke I . ,.'f77h L Don't sive gp' Hgryg gng good -' Dubbed in a modern guise I J, I N N EQ' method-Soak the hair well in OUR INVALIDB Don't groan and give the thin b el ge - 1 p Two in One oil and immediately Esther Hllyffwn s poke. ,M Aa SITE' place a helmet weighing about Delmof' Plckaft just lau8l1"'d011'1 be tw WISU- I ke' 1 fifty'lbs. on your head. Leave it Cl3"fi"G"lf'l 1- drylff ' on for twenty-four hours. The re- Betula I-'me' jean Sasbie: How did you ge i3."qf's.V - - , 3 sults are astonishing! ' Ruth steun' 1712 PUHCTUYC? " I ... Joh? Tobin kt Ruth Helzz Ran over a he ff P4 X 1 - - . Co' 'me f'-'C 1' with pin feathers. ' ' 4 lk , My dear. Miss Blemish. Nukem Munn - 1 Hfggff .My friends tell me that I have 5 T ' Du h I di , W 155.1-Hi, grown dlsgustingly stout. Be- ,f' ' kann' j', ' ' n 'ang ' aux of my momma.. appetite. I DISHONOR ROLL havslany dgtmct solcltal gaoupsia K, up p.,':gt.a, mm at Impossible to get mm Claude Corbeille h 211116 th Un. Sec? Y0, Q-.eg 'lxQl' Please advise me as to whether Carl Gerhard ' 'af 0 e " 'an U 5 g " 'jf fl RZ'--gf-' there is not some easier method Charles Blewett ' I ,,' 1 r 'ffm i than by dieting- John Litcher I Mig ITU: dock mlykhazf fboff r 0 Corpulenu Bmnon' Elm, 1-made egs ut t .urecan ma e mt. 1 X Evyk ' L I Dear Corpulence: ,..Fei0W2l. .Huck , in ' M' I , il' Follow my rules and you'll soon ' ey G6 . Give -ten" 'PJQCX 'lik-r be a sylph. If you must eat,'eat Vial' Cofbmle A self-moving tray In the Clfellfl f me ig' .QQ pickin. They ,em M PWM., Eeaefrsozzlea A mln with 'Me 0'Connor. iight' W NXWYQQ -one as a filler: the other as a ' n mmm' A Sflod 100121115 mfn l"ch'f' . 5 I ', 51.1.15 ' reducer- You win and in len Melvin Sommerfelt A girl who,wouIdn t go to a danqel. GL . g' :ll than ten years time that you Will sophie -uber A 53" 1111111 foam when the Am j . V have lost about twelve and one- A1'Cl11C Foggatt Mechanic class gets throug i I URS half ounces. ' " Wm' it' r . 3 tg 1- - I 3 y, why did A white excuse for bemg tardy. . , Mrs Roberts Falve ' ' ' ' ' ' it glam- Den Mm Blemish: you rake publig gvgakingf Theuguy that invented qulues. 'L .4 How can I become an athlete? Fanny: I took glibhc speaking A di: who doesnt know an dw i' When other girls play basketball to overcome fun nam' 10 lam A 'li h h b ' .4 51 .I . . haw to organize and properly de- C UW W 0 as .""V"' een 'il - - M ,K . or volley ball, I Just sit around H h d , the Fond du Llc we dunk 1,0 -. 'wiv . and watch. I love to play those ver I :pcm ' an to 'nuns' my Th 2 'N' 'gash ' games but they are far too stren- vocabulny' mem. eaten' ' ,Q JI nous for one of m weak mn. Mrs. R.: Very good, Falvey, 5011121111115 to 51009 l-iff! ZWII1- K , 1 . , ' dmon y Now, Fern Smith, you tell one. A 11011111 701' Klfl 0b'f1'0iC11'! 0 a - ' A rf. ' Anemia E. Halverson. ' mmm cum' 3 3 .s f . Clarence W.: I have a new - I - . ,-7 , My dear Anemia: , . , . I ill "' ' To think that you have starved Memcm car' , Hutfhms' How 'hd you wmv 7 yourself of these delightful pleas- Kenneth BJ Howsithu? onli mth your exams? I 4 'Y urea out of pure ignorance. What mifrlzence' 1300 revohmom 8 mldtlrcel 0 K I knocked all 71 ", you need is iron in unlimited ' Hutchins. How ut? 1 , 'I 1. -', quantities. The cheapest way of - I - I P H. 1 ' "',' .4 fl obtaining it ls by eating any scraps Add' F-5 Wh!! 15 If 11121 111 une ' t io' t li .Egan of iron that may be lying around Tufkfl' the Tllfkllh PCHSIMS look H ' . J '-:H Qfyugf or perhaps your gym teacher will 90 d11'1Y? ' Folslfml The lemon P" F 'lil' allow you tn chew on some of the I-UTY W-1 Y011 11117 l00l1 Clean the Canter" 'sn t my mod' : ' ' " , iron dumbensl Wh., me ax ,mn unless you bathe, and the turkish Wilson: WHY? r of-Q, 1vJ'i,gb ueyou get mmm- peasants export all the Turkish H' Folsom: They don" Iwi' ..v7f"'."' ffpvwlx ,,., Baths to this country. 'noun' lime' on-y I il 1 ff Dear Miss Blemish: - -' A V lf"f Because of my extremely short Daniel Lynch: I want Tbs Lil: George Bishop: Only fools are ffwji' height, I am the laughing stock ol Curar. positive. f ' ' of the town, and I should like to Miss Foster: I am sorry but Chink Dolan: Are you sure? I ' lilxfjl' grow a few feet if possible. ls Brutus was ahead of you. George: Yes. l'm positive. 2 I If Q P Qi mr tafgf i n 'f ,1. I A ,lg f six'-ting. 3. - I, -,- ,X Jar 1:9 1 'jo .. s,7,5L-'rj .11 . 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'I P1 ' -35' - l THE PEPTOSLAM 6 Page Four 4 ' 'fl ' asa i I" COUNSEL T0 SELF ADMIRATION 0 lhi xtjzfr Famous Quotations ' fylij W Bi Img-Healer Df Flllllly People Karl Dobyns 4 ' -,ra - I . U I ' Ralph Willis Y ng :'4wI'!" Dear Miss Healer: . senl?:,:l2tsYlll'9'- Them! my Vincent Muwlf lx 3, fm. fat, I am hopelessly in love with a ' H 'H Lwhmccoy 4 'J I vii' young lady who pays very lime Sue Kremers- Eeeek. Marte R. Meyer V If H L:-g attention to me. I would do any- Clfl Gerhard-"WhY?" Ki-meth l?'m"ne'd If I 5' thing in the world for her if, she Louigg Hghensee-"I must . ohve Snmh . A 1' .. 'I would only let me. She is .a beau- bg with gh, bgygf' Adel' Fox , ' 'Y'-3 L H h " ' A I, girllivzqd! 'Tin 'zo 'pplitmns Betty-"Go, to detention." cum 0 emu A . Ir, ' e O Lmwm:"L1ffy' Ruth I-Ielz-'fOh, Maia you -- I 3 tg: ' Lonesome: see my little B. l.? Six YEAR CLUB I - Ir.. Don't be down-hearted: life is Puck Bfunef-"Where ya ,A ,V In . t. '- too short, F,-om ygur description goin', huh?" Kenneth Butterfield ' I" it MH aa -. lf ESE V if 3. fr af ,G 1Ii tfTF. lh, V as IQ, . T '1- I it Ilit uvr Ia. . Sf '57- Ei , dj II? ,, 'iv U K ,fi a li.. ji. :gf is 'I -te , . 371- ' I' 5. ai" I Q i W I " "I- P M ' ' I' jx 1 Q. 9, If ,1- Q I, nl: 1 - sf, I take it she doesn't crave your attentions. Take my advice ,and try ignoring her and just see if she doesn't come stepping around. She likes you Leo. but she adores Indifference. Dear Ima: . I am in love, in love with a man who is hardly aware of my existence. I danced with him one time, but even my marvelous vo- cabulary and interesting Iinc failed to interest. I am very good looking so I don't know why he doesn't notice me. Bewildered Tootie Nass. Bewildered dear: Take your mind off this silly man. If he doesn't appreciate your vocabulary and your beauty, I am sure that he is not worthy'of all this worry and love. Forget it! ! Dear Miss Healer: Although I am only a sopho- more in high school, I act very old for my age. I am engaged to a freshman named Harvey who wants to be married in june. It seems to me that he should finish school first, but -he will not listen to anything I say. What can I do to put off the marriage with- out his being angry? Undecided Betty. Dearest Undecided: I Better marry the young man and avoid getting the air. What difference does it make if he still ls in school. You can -quit school and work or live off your families. By all means get mar- ried. There's nothing like it for getting caught up. Dearest Miss Healer: I am just sick because none of the girls will go out with me. All the shebas say I treat 'em too rough, but I don't seem to real- ize what a cave man I am. I should gladly be gentle and con- siderate if I knew how. Please tell me a way, for I'm tired of hang- ing around Fond du Lac while other fellows are stepping. Well meaning john Henry. Dear Well Meaning: I don't wonder that girls refuse to go with you. Who wants to be treated like a punching bag when there are so many others at hand who are very chivalrous. Watch other men for a while and see if you can't take a few tips from them. Send me a stamped envel- ope, and l'll give you all the dope in detail. Dear Ima: There is a young man whom I adore, and who, I know. likes me very much also. He seems to be too bashful to speak to me or to phone me. How can I help him overcome his timidity? He is a handsome auburn haired fellow. Adoring Sophie. Sophie dear: I think your beloved is unaware of the fact that you like him and for that reason, he is distant. Show him you like him by follow- ing him around. A shrinking vio- let gets nowhere these days so you must'nt be one. Take an in- terest in his lessons and prepare his assignments now and then. Give Him the Ax Ralph Willis: fstroking chinb "This is the forest primevaI." Ernie Wehner: Cwriting a bi- ology paperl How do bees get rid of their honey? Gen Downs: Search me! Ernie: By selling it of course. Nick Abler Archie Foggatt Melvin Sommerfelt La Verne Dowland Bud Wegner Claude Corbellle john Gahin Carl Gerhard Helen Scherzinger Lawrence Gaffney Winny Cochrane john Coyne "Carl Grahl has just eaten seven eleven plums!" "Good Lordl Call the plumb- er!" Raymond Breitung: What's a post-graduate? M. R. Meyer: A person who graduates from one of those cor- respondence schools. The world's greatest crab-the school hoy who mopes all day every Sunday during vacation be- cause he wouldn't have had to go to school anyway. Cecilia Deitte: What seems to be your trouble, Margaret? Margaret Thiede: I wrote an ar- ticle on Fresh Milk- and Miss Minton condensed it. W 'mailed in Latin, fiunked in Math. They heard her softly hiss. I'd like to find the one who said That "Ignorance is bliss." I Mr. Sizer: First today I want to tell eryone l'm not going to fail yone in History. K breathless pausel If they fail, the 'll fail themselves. Freddie Platz: Is skiing hard on the feet? Deane Gordon: feet. - No, not on the I we i M. 12" ..-5 -.iw 29 el' 6 . f I 4 1 pi., I It S 1.51 1 , 4' f ab lx A so .53 X-'lf It 1 IL L 1' Eh., 5 I I . Ti .g ,, 1 1. R I 'ur- 0 tiff f K'-'75-:Yi il 'K 'g-am., I I yi . he I5 1 sr, . vi' rs . .- uut- f at fi -ef tr to 0' --wi as ff 5 , 'hu id . , - s' JH - t- .J '." '-- L V- .H +e'J5f.s-.f.a WA - x A-at as wrafs--Abs: l 'x 3 wi: B an W7 1 -rw iw-2-rgimfef . 3 pw , vp 4 gi V 4 ... r l B... 9fg'N ., Q3 i .E ,fiat .s-s-'xiii-Elf Lasik iviv .- J gp B 2 f' fa. f 'ls Q ' I ' ' 1 lt nf 5 Q53 VFX l l 93' , BABY BOBBY Boite I "1 'Z , lsfgiji Self Pity Society 2, 35 Mamma's Apron Strings Club l, 2, 3: Tf ,Q I2 o'clock Pony Express l, 2, 3. Bright Sayings of Children: if B fi W - " B' I "Aw, the teachers always pick on me becuz l'm rich." V A ,- t 3 sm-qw f ' . I . fafisl B ' PLLC: l J in ll ii 'VE si ESTHER SWEDE HALVERSON A' ' i gt Boss of the juniors known as the fighting Swede: Ran for office ' I I, 25 Victorious 25 Originator of the slogan "Come on, girls, . . ., Q . J 1 iff don't let the men' get by with that doity woik." 3 if "1 l y5'i7fl7 2 an ,V X f LARRY FARMER WHALhN 'iii 1 2 ,.,,3 fl Winner of National Open Contest for Plain and Fancy Diver fi. ' H A Z, 3 tHe stayed under for two days oncelg Chief claim to greatne ' X E ' I 'I Tl' -Came to Senior Mixerg "Say can't l listen to your radiy n ga .f ish 'I HK t0I1lght?" - gilt l , e is I tif . tl C' li .gi 7 'S' J .- ' 4'-'ifsgl J' NICHOLAS sHoR'rY ABLER . .VN ' Senior class athlete 4, 55 Starred in justly popular play "The 7 X Bashful Boy" 5 Motto: ,Never be a stage celebrity. A sag? gm H336 8 'X' V S' 1' RALPH DUMMY WILLIS 7 1 . . 1 . . i l 53,-2 l Self Admiration Society l, 2, 31 Whose is it but Willis Club? W f eng, , 35 Grandstandefs Society for Monopoly of Spotlight 35 Mottol: l iff' .. . . . l '. ', "i'- " lhmk nothing of lt. ' 'R Z1 ,L . M". S512 5335 I 'fm' 'e 'i f lllfl 4 92 t...15"-l',. -4 anal 1 use - A f . N 3 . Rage One Hundred Tbntlz-tivo I ' I N ' , L we ' Y. j' vin. 5 ar"-'V V . in rs 1' 1' Y Y' N F, 1 'U nt "J ,f fgl'2 S TYL? V ? :Zee Q53 4" " Ll U 33 - " Q .X f . KX ig N, 5,1 " - A l v --P -,.:',T!.- 1 - ' 'K 1 y : Tv-'L' N W i' 5 .ss ' - 1' ni T aj' 1 4 xx Z4 V "SW ' 31 X its H V 61:11. xl 'Sq-, :" ' ,X A. 9 w, sz A 15, 1:3 rf yr' 1' I - V all -flfui fr. all Prism . Q ff fi z ' - 'E s 5 . R .. 535 3 -ii f 56 fir 'iii PEANUTS BUDDINGTON WEGNER Q Q." 7' IN' Q ,f 6" Qu ai Ride Nomora 51 Prevention of Early Graduation 2, 3, 4, 5. 1 4 ' "f President 4, 5: Correspondence- Course in How to be a Wise 3 'elk- . Cracker: Famous last words: "So's your ole man. W W V 'I l lm- , N PICKLES JAMES Mccov 5 '1 H. , . , K is 1' iv' ' .4 l-lot Stuff Club Call years after the firstlg G. S. M. S, Csee under ily i 'i Willisl 2, 33 Honest Endeavor Club of Get Thee Behind Me f " 'sf iff Satan l. 2, 3' Motto: Be' wary of the felinesg their claws are . 'I . Ei, :fl sharp. ' 4 ,' - 1 A of . ,J I '. l' A- tfs. 'X S ym SAPPY MELVIN SOMMERFELDT " l, yi ,Ld 5 . ,v 1 Holder World's championship sitting and sleeping record l. 2, - A " 'T 3: Played the part of the Bail in "Six Who Pass While Sentils ' ' 5 Pg Boil": Handshakefs Club 3: Composer of that beautiful sob '33 fr ballad "I Asked for Her Hand But Got only the Mitten." .f L ,. ,,4 . V xo A 4 T. Q! rr Q -al V' tif, ti . -. L i n-, A-1 1, . rg L . 1,1 1 I.. . Z gig. li f if Q' ".'x9 JJ . AEE . A- 'll - 1. rs' , s "la A FARINA BRUCKER Who's Thru Section Cforeverbg Cradle Robber's Club 45 Whi Kantuh Keepim Society 2, 33 Author of "The Best Front Porch in Town." . DOROTHY SNOWBALL KRUCK A , . 1 ,12Qu. r Manitowoc Circle 2, 35 "W" Ping Alpha Sig in good standing -9 .. Cisn't any such thingl - - - Page One Huiidraa Tblrtqv-three Q-- f .1 l R+ N. 5 gg'-1 UBQSDA 1 ' :J 4 'kj' 1 K' l sis ' ,ffl it 5 ll .fab 1 U? l Q 111 ji, El 5435 f RL? .1 -KN! l 'L . 44 J'-S4 Q 1 A ' iff. sm-1 Jfl f 2 -.sd e or x F N l ,QC v r 14 l m. in .fgfrlyj 'Tie an-'gait' A-T 'iw .X N L a GQ M' ...Q f CHR Q f ,V ,V 7 V V Y,,, , or - 2 me we was . K . lg 1 K 1 ' . Q . -. .0 f t g 1" ., if a 31 V 'e it sf e g. Wifi A .QSM ,IE-gf , Af' t , L , .. -- 3 5-EM: 'I V .2 ' if L' , V 'R . fc 1 . : W 'Q fw- ff :, wif? . 'Jacks if Y- 'Avy hiqilg . 'Rial .9 M V:-Si.: r :xii xxx ' I Inca eil' 'f 'Q 1 . its ' lzww ' gon! , .. o fo a s F 3: ,il V1 : i ,-A ' X f I , ., 'it ' lf , - l 'iff .fr brbnnl dialzuhar I SEPTEMBER ' I4-School commences-At last we have the longed CPD for opportunity of going to school all day. 26-Football game. Ripon 03 Fond du Lac l3. Good start! lt's plain to be seen that Bake has been driving his men tooth and nail. OCTOBER r X 3-Football game. Manitowoc vs. Fond du Lac wins 20-0--is zat nice to'be topping off all the honors--we ask you-but, see if we care! ! ! . I0-Football game with Wayland Academy at Beaver Dam. Fond du Lac wins 7-0. Wayland certainly was at a -disadvantage. They seldom get the chanceto see girls and such keen mammas at that. ' 20-Senior Class Meeting. Ray Breitung president. President Ray duly resumes his ' former duties.. What would we do Without his guiding influence? P ' 29-Mortar Board Hard Time Party-no place for all our new togs. 30-First Mass meeting-All voices tested out thoroughly--improvement possible. however. ' ' Millinery Exhibit-Latest Parisian models on display to say nothing of the de- lightful refreshments served bythe cooking classes ' 3l-Fondy-Oshkosh Football game 7-6. Guess we won't let Oshkosh heat us. NOVEMBER 4-U. S. Marine Band plays in new gym. So many sheiks! 7-Sheboygan beats Fondy 12-0. Skidded around in the mud. Forgot 'our chains. Sheboygan had theirs. ' 9-junior Class Meeting. Election of ofiicers. Change for the better? Slightly intelligent officers? I2-Life Dedicated to Mr. Sizer-After all these years, we appreciate you, Mr. Sizer. ' ' Q I3-Mixer held in gym. Help! l Some mixture. 2- I4-Football game-West Green Bay triumphs over Fondy 26-0. Some -1- mistake somewhere. Don't you think? " 20-Editor of Life is chosen. Ray Breitung. Quite the popular boy. Eh wot? P Zl-Gym classes begin. What aches we all had! 27-28-Delegates sent' to C. I. P. A. meeting at Madison-Jeanne at- tended and got back safely Werent you afraid to run around in that dreadful wicked town? 29-Howard Folsom elected president of Wisconsin Older Boys-ln all history Fond du Lac has never witnessed such an influx of sherks--some good some not so good Page Oiu Hundred Tbrrtv four . 4 'i 44' 5' ' ,i 33 -' Q" QQ. 1 15 . .-'EV A '91 Q' - s 'w .t . li iso- Se P52 .Gigi j M9113 5 .1 , js f 'Sl if' "' 3 'I+ ,A 3' ' if VL, -3 gl -is Y- 5' 1 A-'Y fees- ., seep s 4 fi :fi - .'-X-ii iafir R f Gear' . 7 fu, yt'gS-iqfeifixgfg i ECE U 4 A 4- ,L -gli., X 4' vl W1.? ,inch - fe X- 11 af-- . , we '-fa 1 , 4 ' , use .r . ily 1:- 'vu . ' o . A3 ,fa a Sfiir . K 4',rj,,. Eli., - 4 V . it :ag ' lk r 1 life 4 Q ki..-v l l fa' I , if I t. t .PEW-rye im ' i Eff: X" l 1. - l " I Z' 1 Q " ,. i 17 ' - l'.f"' ,R om",-V lax' T H fs X. vb Y 'Q fi? "N RX l x 4,dgL3"s..am.zr eu s jrgigr if B -v e T? Gm s l 1- x , , 4 USE? l lixzl I 'W I ff' . if , n .X 0 A 4 v lwjhms i rf-"QL" f . - - I if- Q. A if 0 ji .r ' l Us 1. -jg! . 1 1. i . .fakffiif ' - - . - . . w i' l -1, v . A ' .- 2 1' r f L-' pi' l - : . l wise . -' ' 1 . '3 '-L X' -A Y Y A pm - Y ---Q -9 V -Av 1 Y : T- ' fs. .I . N ,. -X' 1 .- J,-,X 1 1 Q ,C ,,.w..,,f, 5 W J.: N .. V. F as K I I .. in ,5 . .fi ,l'-'lik , ,, LW W X- - Qf vgvgej' ,Q ' 'E 2 .Ex 34 1. - e- X ei To I 9:fist--,f-c'tL,'.tQty!-. ' ' ' -. L ...ft O- - 1 . -Qg.. .. mild. , ' . by . Q' ,.v,, ' , l " :'4'x . I - . l ' , . ' 'e 1' -', ,.a- 3' 4. 1 fn 1 H -QQ . . V1 ,.l 1..f. , ,1 .N " f:-,' C- f t 45. V , - 1 ,, ' 1. 5 A Ll! A ! wr- 'A ,. ff 7 yi, , 56' S 'f 51197 ' nf' ." ill f . ' ' ' ' 'Tw -Z-lr -- 4 f- . ... , . A. gei- , ,.:- . , ,x . -' i I .., - ,., , . 7MiiQ?'j?3.5if3jF- Hr ag? i . -' . r - ' V fs . err. 1 1 .I ei sg. . 'e' M on F3 1 Q 7,14 DECEMBER . , f wf . , s ky' If , II I II, I If I 2-Opening of Cafeteria-Not more than a dozen pjjf-Q MEI It Wt? IHQLQ. ,IL trays were tipped at the dangerous comer. ' ,', Nt I Qrlflm, - g i, ,I I A , Everyone commented on the speed CPD of the l S.. 'fix Q1 'N NA hash sllngers. l -" ' we X "mf -s -ee-.-51' . . r .t II ,QI xx 'WQQLQ 3-Meeting of the sophomore class. Claude Musolf 7f'ZS,-if 2 ,GJ 13 EZSSld8l'lf. We re glad you didn't disappoint us gf, !. ,,q1 Rs- hx? . is Nj. Suduz mould never do if the sophomores did ' ' 14 ' A - ,. e 'T a in . . A m sg ve! , --2 4 M. S . . , , I . I .I X ' X - lxer held in gymnasium-Paul Whlteman's U I , , I l orchestra engaged and was it ever hot? ? Parents ' J - i , . , kicking ever since about shoe repair bills f 1 I8-Basketball-Fond du Lac defeats Ripon. All star team starts out by beatin the 'L Q-fi- Q ' i, .lIa .collegians 8 , - l9-Classical Club Saturnalia-the guest h d ' f l ti , S h H 1-M i scarce move. Too bad the gym was buin sonzxalil. me uc a mob they could I Z2-gggrgzzggggd Kid party-Oh you little dears! More darn fun riding kiddie cars x Ig - um mn mm pI 5 I"Ii i " 23-Christmas vacation-We were gypped of sev- QU U E gm Um' 'W i i I -3:45 eral days 'tis true, but we certaml made use IU mn mn g g f-avi ' il'-'-if! 1 -s MI: of our short vacation. German Ciub party. -4-----U 'IFN , I IQ Das Golmans ein rot heis time gehabt. 26-Opening of the Roof. At last we can dance! W M I ' -. 75' L I-'W 28-Annual Basketball Alum 'G F ' Ve' l I4 . l m ame ondy wins L I . I8-ll. Some team! Put up a bold front " r . . 1.1.13 L . gm- and had the audacity to trim the champions q i- ' ' I ' U'---i l .nil of '24. M ' i :Qui rin k.: I I II I I , HI Yagi Q L ,I 5, i if-4454? I r 'sin , 'Qi i. 1 -vi-fl ' s A r l ?2.cQx! . JANUARY ,fa 5 125: 7-First lecture by Dr. Fish. Oh perfessor, where vasI your famous red vest? 'Twas a 1 ,IMI gfcei1ItII:lgsappo1ntment to the audience that you didn't sport the scarlet article of Ysjljlr ' Iwi ' G ' 8-Fondy loses to Sheboygan 20-15. This is just a start. Wait'll we get commenced. ,ily 9-Spanish and French Clubs slei hride party. The ', .' d th ', ' ii' YRIQI been a bit tangled. ln spite 0? the fact, we had Siu dfriiiig tiriieiiul auls must have ' R, I5-Pep meeting-Players impersonated b M t B d Cl N ' 'nal I I A you glad you know how you look? y or ar Oar nr S- ow Boys-arent ' jf' ,. Z2-Meeting of Senior Class-Motto chosen "Charatcer is all"-also coral and Nile I , 1 I green for colors. Going back to Egypt for our ideas, eh wot? 3171, .Ir l I CM Z0-ifargfdygxlzeags Osgkosh 29-12. Here's just an instancewhere solid L ,I 5 e sawus. -. Nils! 23-Fondy triumphs over Marinette in a I2-28 victory. Aren't we 1,514 ,il the lucky crowd? ,1 f., Ixxf f I 5 'Q 25-Departure of Miss Fullwood, our Ilibrarian-oh!- how we do 72" N., 1 3' ax I miss being sent back to our respective study halls. fp? f I .g el 28-29-No school-mia semester.-The N th P I h ni' 'fe levi, , if I li us when it comes to cold weather-Ohnboy! o'lqhisa?Nai?ori3gtirt:iIe QEAZQ II l iIII : ' Q i 2lI:31IIagaIiIs fFords mcludedj refused to start. Mid year 9.151 l . 1 - I 4 fag 'J . K., i 29-senior Mixer-Quite the an ' k ' - Wi" K I I . aa- Everybody enjoyed himseg y .Ice-cream, ca e, n dancing- II -jlqk 29-Ap leton defeats Fond l3-ll t - ' 1 CanPt take all the cake, rim we? no so good Fondy but we I I Page Ou Huudnd Thirty-fu . vyfpvgw xy, . ,v. .M I .HY I if . 73331 il. IGN, ' ' . M 'Ly' g '-' " "im as .Amiga fn .M I ' L 'V 4- I V I I I W- .v - . i W 5 . 'g --.t N pm k 'I' ha 'ill I s. I x . 11 1: 'vl I "rx ' - e , ' ,E ..' Q- ' :.--. ' fe . .Q --v Q A ' I' .r - - rv VV I631, IlLVt sftV .ji -seg V V A ,A ga , ,ll- V . VV k I- I' I ,Vis . I 1 , Q ' fri, Y Q al FEBRUARY 1 . V VM.. . N-4 L I If Q Tx 5-Fondy loses to Neenah I8-l5. l guess we were glad this wasn't a conference game. , - :rw 1 'sl ' 'Ili WPI . I V M A sl V td. 8-High school dedicated-l'm sun: we can study ever so much better now. I In f . . ,, ' R tt' e ...' . . . , I ' I . ' lQ'l5Qi7.-I V l.l-Helenl HUSIIDS winner tn lfeptrmist Contest, School creed. Who but a lawyers , 5 I V fig.-ljyll daughter coul compose a -winning creed? You can be serious as wel as humorous. nguoi! W 34 1 can t you ,Helen? , - 4,4 I V 'ft if ' JIr..' 'GI . . . . . ' . . - . ' :'-E? " I: VJ-V - . 3 ff ll--Dr. Fish disciplines our bad boys. We were properly seiguelched and quite surprised .rig ' fag ffl!! at the fact that so famous a man dddressed us persona ly. ' If . V Vi l2-Fondy defeats W. Green Bay il5-'l4. Some fight but we made it. V 1 Q V: 'If' 5 I3-junior Class Party-Leave it tothe juniors to have a good time. ff . fp I5--Fondy beats East Green Bay 30-IZ. We'll win the Conference title if we havetn A 'i' 'jg RFE ' V ,V break our necks, won't we? ' V sz, 'I I, Q'I'QI.I5 I9-Fondy wins from Oshkosh 9-8.'Quite a scare-but oh no Oshkosh you can't beat 7 '5 ,Q Ly Fondy in basketball. ' VV'-15,51 is 20-Oshkosn Fcgrgdy game-Don'cha care Oshkosh-You didn't care cuz you know we ,gg Q53 . 1 ' W ru., I most a us at u anyway. , QLLRQVI Mir? I . .,!, V l'V,uJ.-- . W ' ' - ' inn :I , . Veg. i I VV 22,-Maggy students take a holiday in commemoration of George. Some people are con- I ,Ig ,, jst vent n y patriotic. u I I I 'VJ Vg- l9-gvlass mgetting. 'llihey certainly' were cpy lil' creatures-How the boys 'did burn IV I -. I Q I-Iii I wah or em e ore t ey got wise to t Ve disguise. , ' A5 j F" s--. , I . II. --if-3.-1, f iv I 3 I Z9-Fond du Lac defeats Appleton ,High-19-10. Better and better!! No chance to I I n ,' "felt J? ?Q.,,.I 4. FV - crack wise about our team-No sirreel ' 1' I .il - Y' 1. . I ' I .I ' .Hr 4. -if 'si--4-i " . I X' In ""'-fi ' lb' gf bl 3 1 igqii A 'ff 'T 'LI-N - Q 2 0 "-lf' 'R iff: jfw V j ,'.,':l"' V VV' -ul, " V I-if-, MARCH I I -I Ig, gp ' ' " I ,Eg - V j I'-PJ ' - as lm' L' , -SIIHI 4--Oshkosh tournament. Opens with a flourish. lt does seem a ditry trick to fool I Q .TE ,V , gg,-R l.V,gg"vI4 Oshkosh every time. Wonder why they loye us so?V f if at V .ef . an I I ,S ,, ,, Ib I , . 95 -.. I ,Wi in 5-Fondy defeats Berlin. Bet we win t e tmp y, ow out Jew . I 5 Vi ,. ' 'lf'-'ff . . . . . 1 -I I 51. v"p'fg" 6-Fondy beats Neenah m title game-I6-l3. Right we did! ! Perfectly beau-u-u-tlful 1 'I' ,iq-h 'V I :I trophy, wot say? U I V V11 , fi l0-Pep meeting. Inter class games. The crowd grew hoarse-no goofin! We was so V I I V Y- f thrilled for our team. R A I 'fi 'fr I I I I - 'fx VL. leaks' 17-Mock debate by De Oratoribus girls-Verdictf-Balloons will always be the last I Ibm ri?-VtI,: vlord. We'll see about that. Spect the boys will next argue about the lnegth of I l A I I sash' V. 3 Oits. I, " .I . klfsfq I ' ' "" I8-Hindu lecture--What if we lglot married at the ages those young 'uns do? Wouldn't I II5? JI ' 5,5 Q gir l it be hot to call one another r. and Mrs? A Q if ' l I9-Fondy debaters lose to Oshkosh and Sheboygan. The debaters here were rendered iff .VJ H tongue tied by the huge crowdof 40 or so who came to stick up for 'em. 3 V, . leg' F' Z3-Dramatic Club plays. 'Twas really dgreat talent displayed. john Lemieux we ast V :MV 1 Qing. - you-what kmd of mustache raiser id you use? 3 lin WV li 24-Superior defeats Fondy in State meet.-How did our boys know what a bunch of I q V., . giants they were going up against? 'I hese lumber Jacks sure are the husky bords. I E R- 1 V-V-A if " I. 25-LaCrosse defeats Fondy-Who said we wanted third place ennyway? , VJIJIQ . ,ff-y' 1 - -vs-1 I li? li-Z'fl?.f3VN - 264Annual Band Concert.-We guess joe was proud of his protegess, ain't it? i I' , 1 V: lx IJ' ?a52I 3l-bSgring vacation begins. 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