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THE PRINCE OF PILSEN
A trip to Paris for a gala FESTIVAL of Perfumes was the setting for characters and playgoers alike as the A Cappclla Choir presented its annual operetta, "The Prince of Pilsen.” The enticing French Riviera scenery put everyone in a mood to visit the Festival themselves.
The myriad of colorful guests at the Hotel Internationale included a group of American college girls, (under the supervision of the "fussy" Miss Crocker) a handsome English photographer. Artie Wintcrset; and a group of Heidelberg students including the Prince of Pilsen. A comedy of mistaken identity ensued when Jake Boomer, a gullible Texas oil and cattle millionaire, and his beautiful sister Jean arrived. To their amazement the)- were welcomed as the Prince and Princess of Pilsen and Wilbert and Dilbcrt, a pair of confidence men, lost no time in selling the exalted identity of "prince” to Jake. Confusion mounted as the real prince-arrived and became known as Herr Schmidt, only to have fun with the pretender to his title. As the plot thickened, Francois, head-waiter at the Hotel Internationale, and Miss Crocker's Maid, Sidonie, plotted to steal the formula for the winning entry in the perfumes festival.
A French band, soloist, costume group dancers, and French can-can dancers brought the Festival of Perfumes to a thrilling climax!
Carl Otto Bob Shield
Jean Boomer Jan Morga
Jake Boomer Eddie Manrin
Nancy Adams Vicki Kraf
Artie Winter set Steve Beamai
Miss Melissa Crocker Carol Lynd
Francois Doug Barnun
Sidone Tonya Townscm
Wilbert John Joeri
Dilbert Tom Mullii
Sgt. Brie Don Dentoi
Henri Pat Hartmai
Nanette Diane Boar
Paulette Cindy Suttoi
Clandetle Judy Borret
Street Singer Tom Clintoi
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ROW ONE: (Left to Right) T. Bunderson, B. Krumweide, R. Gill, Bankson, R. Huffman, G. Samp, T. Johnson, D. G)ffen, F. Meyers, D. Brcitenfcldt,
D. Burton. P. Hinshaw. ROW TWO: D. Shurman, B. Thomas. D. Swenson. D. Snyder, M. Barnes, J. Henderson, H. Bridges, F. Bridges, B. Genore,
F. Anast, D. Plapp, D. McKinney. ROW THREE: V. Foss, N. McManus, F. Hon, B. Drake, M. Almberg, E. Foreman, J. Mock, B. Hinshaw, J. Kasper. G.
Gibbs, T. McKay, D. Thom, L. Harmes. ROW FOUR: R. Greene, D. Marrict, S. Cramer, J. Boggic, G. Fiedler, J. Gregory, R. Greene, D. Gaubas,
M. Peters. B. Gregory, K. Johnson, J. Johnson, B. Ramsey, T. Luepkes, W. McNulty. ROW FIVE: S. Tomaschefsky, J. Munson, J. Haegstrom, D. McEIcny, R. Pearson, T. Clinton, G. Suchanek, C. Carlson, T. Harris, C. Kluth, H. Danger.
"When the going gets tough, the tough get going,” and this is what our cindcrmcn did this year. With limited potential hut unbounded enthusiasm, Harlem culminated the track season with 7th place out of 42 schools entered in the District Meet.
Track is considered to be the sport that requires more individual intestinal fortitude and drive than any other sport. Weeks and weeks of physical strain go into each meet, tagged along with a tremendous amount of positive thinking. In track, as in all sports, it's mental power over material things, or in other words, it's "Mind over matter."
The squad, after being a little lax, did exceptionally well at setting new district and school records. Gliding over the bar, Gary Samp showed outstanding skill in the pole vault at the District Meet, along with speedster Ed Foreman, who churned up the track at Beyer Stadium to set another new District Meet record. Both of these eminent cindcrmcn went to the Illinois State Track finals at Urbana. Tom Luepkes broke his old school record for the pole vault and Bob Hinshaw set a new record for the 2-mile run during the regular season. As the season concluded, all agreed that our thinclads gave 100% of themselves plus that little extra which makes a winning team.
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