McKinley Technical High School - Techite Yearbook (Washington, DC)

 - Class of 1927

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McKinley Technical High School - Techite Yearbook (Washington, DC) online yearbook collection, 1927 Edition, Page 90 of 142
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THE HI-Y CLUB PAUL F1-:1,Lows ......,....,..,.,..,..................,,....A....A.....,,...., President FRED MORHART ........ ....,,,... V ice-President FRANK STUTZ ......,.... ,.............. S ecretary HENRY MCDONALD.. .......... Treasurei' HE.Tech Hi-Y Club has enjoyed a very prosperous year, The member- W, ship has increased greatly and with it a stimulated interest in the club's activities. Worthwhile talks have been presented to the club by faculty members and invited speakers. When speakers are not available, the members take part in serious discussions of the problems that confront the boy and the man in school, outside, and in later life. Another thing that attributed to the success of the club was the inter- est that Mr. Woodward, the faculty adviser, and Mr. Hardell, an honorary member, took in it. They have helped it in a great many ways with their suggestions and advice. The purpose of the club is to create, maintain, and extend throughout the school and community high standards of Christian character. Com- bined with this is the motto "Clean Speech, Clean Sports, Clean Scholar- ship and Clean Living." Here's for a better club next year. Page 80

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'W .I THE CIRCLE "T" CLUB FRANK STUTZ ..,..............,..............,........v........,............. President WARD OEHMAN ,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,.,.,.. V ice-President FRED MORHART ...... ................ S ecreiary HARRY MUI,LEN ,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,,,.......................,.................. Treasurer HE Circle T" Club is composed of athletes who have served Tech faithfully enough to have the Circle "T" awarded to them. The present club has become one of the most successful and influential organizations at Tech. Its success has been extremely noticeable from an athletic and social standpoint. The achievements of the club this year have been notable and gratify- ing. With the help of our faculty adviser, "Hap" Hardell, we have effect- ually reorganized the club and revised the constitution. Every Wednesday has been designated "letter day" at which time all the members of the Circle "T" Club must wear their emblem affixed to the standard black sport sweater. A semiclosed dance was given by the club on the twelfth of March. This dance was both socially and financially a huge success. As the Circle "T" is no easy award to obtain it is really an honor to be admitted as a member of this club, therefore Tech athletes' sho-uld always make this a goal toward which they should strive and in so doing will better serve Tech. The club has awarded honorary membership to Mr. Woodward and Mr- Mattern who have both proved worthy, by virtue of their interest, of wear- ing the Circle "T", Page 7 9



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THE TECH LIFE STAFF BLAKE ESPEY .........................,..................... ....................... E' ditw' ITH extensive improvements in make-up and the intrduction of many H novel and entertaining features Tech Life has this year become a publication of distinction, and although a product of amateur jour- nalists, it hasin many ways come up to the standards set by the profes- sionals in the newspaper field. With its interesting news articles written in real journalistic style, its lively entertaining feature stories, its humorous Odz and Enz column, its Poets' Corner, its Komic Korner, and its witty Cartoons, Tech Life has been a source of keen enjoyment for its readers, and a storehouse of valua- ble information on every phase of school activity. In the editorial column this year Tech life has urged the students to co-operate in maintaining a clean and tidy lunchroom, attempted to dis- courage the practice of bumming rides on the street, deplored the abuse of school property, listed the numerous benefits to be derived from partici- pation in school activities, proved the value of thrift, and showed that a college education is a necessity in the lives of enterprising boys and girls: and, in short, has fully exerted its power to help every student and to uphold all of Tech's lofty ideals. Page 81

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