Lincoln High School - Lincolnian Yearbook (Tacoma, WA)

 - Class of 1950

Page 114 of 128

 

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LATIN CLUB LATIN CLUB CABINET Row 1 M Triebwasser, P. Link, I. Zylstra, B. Bentz, M. Madsen, I, Hutchins, E. Scafturon. Row 2-L. Nel- Row 1-E. Scafturon, I Zylstra son M Hogarth, T. Bradford, P. Baigxey, M. A-ndirson. HEWWQTH. Corey, G. Daskam, M. Gammell, E, Row 2-E. Brinegar, L Bradford rmegar, untoe, 1 son B. Bentz is not a member ot this club. Latin Club Studies Roman Habits With a study of the relationship between ancient Greek and Roman culture, the Latin Club has been holding its meetings and dis- cussions every first and third Tuesday. Miss Ethel Brinegar and Mrs. Ruth Wilson, Latin teachers, are advisers of this club, which has been promoted for the study of this ancient language and its people. Assisting the advisers were Ethel Scafturon, consulp Iune Zylstra, vice-consulg Louise Bradford, aedile or secretary, and Rosemarie Taylor, quaestor or treasurer. At the end of the se- mester, the consul and vice-consul exchanged offices. This system of two consuls, which the club uses, originated with the ancient Roman plan of government. Fund raising projects this year called for a swimming party at the Young Men's Chris- tian Association on February 18. One candy sale and a popcorn ball sale also added to their treasury. They contributed to many of the funds about school such as the scholar- ship funds and the fund for the new student court. The meetings are held in a. manner similar to the routine of the Roman senate. Speakers, mostly students, give talks on the different forms of life in Rome and the surrounding villages. These short and varied talks con- sider many of the different classes among the Roman people. Plays illustrating different phases of Ro- man life, demonstrate more adequately to the members of the club the type of govern- ment and home life under which the ancient Romans existed. This type of illustration, as well as visual education, is considered much more valuable to the student who is interested in this type of study. This year as a variation from the regular program of research on Roman culture, the club had a series of talks by Latin students on ancient Greek life and its relation and comparison with that of the Latins. A great similarity was found in the two entirely differ- ent types of people. The Latin Club pin, which was first made available to its members last year, is formed with a laurel wreath and torch, which is an old Roman insignia of war. As the last event of the year, the club held a picnic at Steele Lake a few days be- fore the close of school.

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