Milton Union High School - Blackhawk Yearbook (Milton, WI)

 - Class of 1915

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Text from Pages 1 - 64 of the 1915 volume:

1 The Golden Arrow The Year Book Published Annually by the Students of Milton High School JEK 7i!!fi If VOLUME XII MILTON. WISCONSIN 1915 MILTON HIGH SCHOOL MISS FRIES We, the students of Milton High School dedicate this, the Twelfth Volume of The Golden Arrow to Miss Gyneth Fries as an expression of our appreciation of the unlimited interest in our welfare shown by her and of her untiring efforts to raise the standards of Milton High School during the past school year. XL-J r V W 5 f v I R. V. HURLEY MISS SAXTON MISS OURSLER f I lb ,JJ -.f-21 w ' 1-p. 1 J V- . Zag!! , A 4,1 . , 1 . Golden Arrow Slat! ICIJITC Ili-IY-VI I I ICIT - LI umm- 1 IIXIIII .XS9IS'I'.XN'II ICIIIIIIIQ Klizpflll IIc1mctl .XSSIS'I',XN'I' IfIlI'I'I IIQ - L'IiI'Im'cI 'I'Immzls IIIQSINIQSS I,I,XN.XliIfIQ - L4Izu'Iw IZUHIL-11 XSSIS I IXNT XIIXNKIIICIQ - Ilan-ulI1y IXIZIXSUII ,XSSIN I .XXI KIKIYXI BICIQ xlulm IInImus .XIQI I,IJI IIIIQ - A I':mI Iflm-1'sm1 IYIIIII I III I"IJI'I'I7IQ IXVIIILII' Lurllf AIHIQ Q C 'I I I IPI 'UIQ 4mI4I1v IIZIYI5 FOREWORD 1'f'-1' ACH YEAR 21 fcw lll1fOI'fllll2lfC mortals must hcar thc hnrdcn of compiling 21 prcscntahlc uc- connt of thc school's work and of its various zictivitics. Such ll task is, hy no mczins, cnviuhlc us many diighcnltics urisc which sccm, ut timcs., too grcut to ovcrcomc. Howcvcr, taking us our motto, "Sli ut first you tion't succccd, try, try again," wc thc ctiitoriul stuff, prcscnt our humhlc ctiition of the 1915 Golticn Arrow. C V I A Q X L... 2 L S LAL , 531 f A ,J f F. ,fqff 5 wx ZdZ-L-ZQ"Z!f 21 , ' 12' Wq xkx v x fr N, fq ' f' ' K . f, ,'. 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Class Seey.-Trezis. 12, 455 llzisketlmll 12, 3, 473 Hzlsketlmll Capt. 1351 News liclitor 143: iXss't. liclitor of .'Xl'l'OXV 14j: l'1'es. lionncl Tzihle 14l: Class l'lz1y 14lg lllee Clnlm 1-ll: Trezlsiirei' Ronml Tuhle 141. Thesis: "The l'opulz1i' Hzillzicl znnl lts ln- fluence." . v,.u. H .Xl.lD ,X 5-.XX lx lx, Merry "With head as level as his heart is big." Urzitorieal Contest 12l3 llasketlmzill 13, 4l: Hzlse lizxll 13, 4l3 Class l'lz1y 1-ll: Trezis. lloys' l.llCl'2ll'j' Society 143 Thesis: 'IX History of Xliseonsin l'in'e llrerl tlrziinsf' NAXCIC 1i1JUl.lJ, "1l1'etel1en" "The love of study is her eternal passion." Ninth lirzule, Liinzl Center 1ll: llzlsketlmzill 12, 3, 413 lleelznnzitory Contest 1.ll1 Senior l'l:1y 141: tlirls'1ilee Clnlm 141 Thesis: "lane .xlltllllllbl :incl Iler XYork in the Settlements." IR1 JY l"lCTl I lClQST1 PN, ul'2L'IllllL'I'SH "What's the use of fussing when there are so many other things to do?" lll'Zll0l'lC2ll Contest 1333 llzise llzill 12, 5, 4l3 Clziss llzlsketlmzill 13, 47: Senior l'lz1y 143: lfirst Yiee-Vresiclent llovs' l.ite1':1rv So- eieiy 147 Thesis: "The Ilnzxl l'ni' lose Cow." l I lll MULIJICN .XRIQHXY lCX'lil.YN .XNIJIQIQN DN, ' law "A thing of beauty is a joy forever." XXX-st High Svluml, Klinm'ztpolis ll, 2, 353 tlztss l'l:tx' t-ll. 'l1llt'SlSINxxnlllllllll S11I'fl':tggL'." tl,.Xl Qlili .X. Ill JIQIJICN, "llu1ltly" "World Where did I hear that word before?" KLXIQ WAI Class l'rt's. tlt: l'rt-s. lluyk l.itcr:lry Su- viuly ti, -Hg ll, S. l'l:ty 13, -ll: Vlztss I'l:1y tell: Sttulcut ,Xthlctic 1xIIlllIlg't'l' t-H3 lists- kctlvztll 1-Hg llztsc llzlll 1-ll. l l1cs1s: torn. ll PN lf. Llflf. nl,lllCllH "Valuable goods often ccme in small packages." Yict'-l'1't-s. 1-H3 LUV. St-Hy. Kllllllil Tztlxlc 1-lJgt1lcct'It1lm 1-lp: Vlzxss l'l:ty 1431 llztse kctlmztll 12, 3. -H. 'l'llL'SlSI 'A .X llistury uf XlUtl0l'll lllusicf' ,. . . Y H ., ,l luli XX. lllll,l.lll.XN, llzlppy "A diplomat of the first water but set in his ways." llt-Init ll. S. ill: First X'lL'L'-l'l'L'S. l.itc1':try Society 1473 Scfy Litcrztry Society 1-U1 SL'llllll' l'l:1y L-H. 'l'l1t-sis: "'I'l1c South .Xntcriczm lQcpt1lmlit's." llll 1.1Jl.lJliN.XlQlQ1JXY lv Xl.Kl.X XY.Xl.'l'liRS 1l..X l "Thought works in silence, so does virtue." Yicc-l'rcsiflcut Rouml Table 1-l 2. 'lliesisi nrllllli North ."m1c1'iczl11 lmliaos in 'l'l1cir True l.igl1l." lQlCXCli 11. KZLYNN. ullL'llllj'H "As loyal an Irishman as ever scuttled a ship or cut a throat." Yicc.-l'rcs. 12, 313 Class liclitor 1293 ll. 5. l'lay 1.313 Scdy. Literary Society 1313 Class llresiclent 1-ll 3 Class lllay 1-l-J 1 Kl'g"r. ll. S. Fair 1-ll: lillllfll'-lll-ClllL'f of .Xrrow 1471 l,'rc'siflc'11t Literary Society 1-ll. Tlwsis: "The Hrigin aml llcvclopxiiciml of the llllt'I'llSt'j'.U llX li. Ili JLBIICS, "l'ri1u'c" " 'Tis better to have fussed and failed than never to have fussed at all." Class Presiclent 1213 .Xssistanl Manager of .Xrrow 12, -lj: Senior l'lay 1-ll: lligll School l'lay 13, -H3 President of Hoys' l.itf crary Society 1-lj. Thesis: "Co-operation gxllllbllg' XYisconsin l'lIll'lllCI'S l.oolciug5 to tllc Stamlarclization aml Marketing of Farm l'ro1lucts." Nl Xlilili CR.'XNlDrXl.l. "Slow to form a friendship, but firm and con- stant." Class l'lay 1-lj. Tliesis: "The Soutl1cr11cr's View of thc Civil XYar." IU IIII trII.IJIiN .XIQIQUXX XI Ix.X'l'I I ICIQINIC tlXNII'It JN. "Katy" "First endureg then pityg then embrace." l'Iass I'Iay I-II. Thesis: HXYIICFL' the Nou-Ities iii the Shops Conte I:l'41IlI.H I. I.. I'.KII'.IQ5IIfX, "I,eiia 'Three years I've wasted as an anti-fusserf' Class I'Iay t-IJ 3 'I'reasui'er Literary Society I-It 3 .Xrt IicIitm' of .Xi'i'mx' t-II. 'I'Iiesis: "'I'Iie Iivulutimt of ,Xrtitieial Light- - -- NIU' ri. . - . v H H tll XIQLICS S. NI.XX5tJfX, Mack "Slow, but thoughtful are his actions." Staff IIIlUlOg'I'1llJIICI' t-II: ,Iil'CZlSl11'Cl' I.iter- ary Society 15. -II: Iligh Selmul Urellestra 13,-IJ1 L'Iass I'Iay 4-IJ. 'IiIiesis: A"I'Ite IIOYCIUIJIIICIII of Iiaclio-'I'eIe' grapIiy aml IQatIm-L'rmilnt111'ieatim1." II XX'.t'IQLIKIl!."t'rum1ny" "I can waste more time in half an hour than most people can in a week." LiIass I'Iay I-IIQ IIasI4etImaII 12,1-Il: Iligh Sehool I'Iay t3Ig ,Xrt I'ftIitur tl, 1, 53. ,H i . . . ies si I Iie Ilevelopmeitt ut the l Iassuml 5tx'Ies of .Xl'L'IIIICk'Il1l'C.H IQ'I'l I UIQ L'UIQ'I'IS, "Hen" 'AA pitcher with a mighty arm is he." I1asIcetI1aII 12, 5, -rt: ISaseIJaII II, 2. 3, -II: Sttperinteiitleiit Iligli Selitml Fair t-II: tilass I'Iay III: Iligli SeImoI I'Iay 1,201 t'Iass I'resicIei1t ISI 3 Ilusiiless IXIIIIIIIQCI' .Xre mw IBIQ .XtI1Ietie Iftlitm' .Xrmw t-II: Liap- tain IZaseImaII HI. 'I'Iiesis: "L'tm' 'Vesting .Xssoeiatimis and 'I'I1eii' IIIL"t'L?IlSC.U 'l'lIlC KIHLIJIQX .XIQIQHXX 17 SENIOR CLASS SONG. eight-lifteeu we go to sehool XX'ith faves Clean aml lmriglit, Xml then we go to l'hysics class .Xml start the clay out right. illll' main room hour is spent iu work, Though spice it rloes mat lack. e leave the mam room ilooi' ajax' ,Xml l'rof peaks through the crack. Hui' necks are mit so very smooth, .Xml we are awful tough, llut when we go to history class No one flares get rough. Xml when itis miou we go to fliue, .Xml theu come hack to sehoolg Xrouml the girls each hoy rloes shine ,Xml shows he is a fool. lheu we go to Herman class .-Xml translate lleutsch, by jilmlmsg Xml Ulll' clear liermau teacher says Slit-'ll eau wlioevei' cribs. 'X at all ol us wouhl farmers lic, So some stay in the room. ime were lmuilt to milk a cow .Xml some to wielml a liroom. Xml thru we go to see Miss lirics iXml stmly Sliakespeares playsg Xml we are all claruecl glafl to say That we live in mosleru clays. liut just the same we like our school, :Xml we like our teachers toog 1 we will all he sorry. Next ,Iuue when we are through. Liliorus Xml we always seem so jolly oh. so jollx' KJ so jolly ill 'e always seem so jolly H! XX'liei'ex'ci' XX'e may he. 'e smoke. we fuss, we laugh ha ha, we liaugh ha ha. XX'hat a jolly lwuurh are wel f 'L Y 5 .,rvf"'x Kun, L favs xg 'I' .f X - If ' X ff 'I IIIHIIIII I I I . UU V. x I A I 7 X. I III, lwzwjly '- 5 gig' nv I ml 'qu 555 HX, V , gg I. .I f 4: .. Y f I: CLASS OFFICERS I III IIII NI Iwllzuul Xizlxwn X'1L'I'lIIIQIiSIIJI'Y'l' YII SIX 'IQ Ii'I'.X IQ Y-'Ili If.XSL'IQ ICIQ I.:ux'1'cltcc II.lIlk II..X55U1l.HIQ5 Nlzmmll zmrl XX Inu- XII I'l"l'H IF CLASS YELL limp 'cm on tllc uwuzllllll Ilil 'c111m11I1cIm:I11 I IIHIIL-1' N nu ImlIv1' Swvvl Sixlccn. 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Girls oi The Round Table IIIIIIlII IIIIIII:IIII I'IQI'fSIIJIfX'I' KIIxII:III III-IIIII-II Iilflf. SIQIHY XIII '--' X II'I'lI'IQIQSIIIICXI .XIIII:I XXXIIIIIIN 'fl Ii. SICLHY KI:IrIIIII I.cI- I IIHIQIS'I'IfIi - IQIIIII S:IyrI- VIQIIIL' IJIIrIs II:IIII'III'If 'I'IQ ILXSLIIQ ICR -Ircnc SIIIIIII:III 11112 11111,1J1'1N .X111Q1JX1 25 1111- 111115 1311111111111 1111111 131 11113-1-1 111124 1'1--111'g11111z1-11 .11 1111- 11k'Q11Il1111g 111 1111-11-111'1111111-1'1111-11111111-111"1111'1s1111110 1111111111 1111111-. 1111- 111111-1-1 111 11115 1Jl'1j'Z1111Z2l1111I1 is 1111- 111111'111, s111'1111, 211111 11111-111-1-111111 K'1111111.K' 111 11s I1111l11K'l'S, 1111- 111111 1111s 111-111 115 s1-ss11111s 1-11-11 1111-s11111 :1111-1'11111111. 211111 111L' 111s1 1l11'1'1- 111g 111 1-1-1-1'1' 1111111111 1111s 1111-11 21 1111111 s1-ss11111 111111 1111- 11111-s' 1.11L'1'Zll'f' 5111-11-11. 'l'111-1111-111111-1-Q 111111-, 1111 1111-11111111-, 11c1-11 11-ry 11111111111 211111 1111111111 111 111111-11111'1 111 1111- 1111-1':11'1 1Dl'1l1"1'Il111S. 111111111 l'1111S1S1 11f 111-111111-s, 11111s11'. 111'1-111111-11 111111 1111 5 1111111111111 S11k'L'k'11L'5. 11 11111-111-11-11111111 111111111111- 111-111 211111 1'X11L'1A1L'11L'k' 111111- 111-1-11 g111111-11 11-11111 1111-111-- 11L'1'S11111 111 5111511 :1 1111-11-11, 111- 111l1l1' 111111 1111- s111111- 11111-F1-v1 11111 111- 111'11111K'511'11 1111l'111g 1111- 1'11111111g' 11-2111 Alhlelics, 1914 - 1915 Arthur Curtis, '15. 11115 11-21s1111 1126 e1-1-1111-11 111 111- 2111 "1111"' 11-111' 111 f11111l'11l'S, 1112111111 111-1':111s1- 111- 111-11 1111111-1'1:11 111111-11 111111 111 111- 11111111-11 1111 1111' 1111 1111- 1L'Il1l1S. X1-11-1'1111-11-ss. 1111- 1111311 41Ill1112l1'11 111 s1-11111111'x11111 1111s 111-1-11 111111111:11111-11 111 1-1111111-1'111111 111111 1111111-111-N, 111111. 111511. 1111' s1:11111:11-11 111 1111111-111-S 11I1S 111-1-11 :111111-1'1-11 111 ILS 1'111SL'1y Ili 1111ss11111- l11111l'1' 1111- 111-K'X1111111g 1-1111111111111s. 1111- 11115111-1111111 5L'ZlS1ll1 x1111'11-11 111-11, 111111 Il 1P141111119111g 11-11111 111111-11. 1111111g'11 111 1411111K'1. 11g'111 111-1g'111. s1111111-11 S1l111L' 111'4Q'1'k'L' 111 1111- 4111-1-11 211111 111111111 111-1'1-ss:11'1' 111 Il 11111111115 1L'2ll11. 111111' 111's1 g111111-s 11'1-1'1- 1111111-11 111111 K11111l11 .Il1l11'111Jll 11. S.. 1111111111 ll. S. 11111- Il1l1Q' 1111111, 2114111111111 .25-2.1. 111110111111'"'11I1XU11X'Q1'11l1D1i 1111-11-11111111111 111 1111- s11111111 111111111 1'1'SL111L'11 21 g111111- 1121s 1111111-11 111111 5111l1g'111111l 111 11111511 1111' 11111111- 111lyS 111-1-1- XX-111 "111'1111l11-11." .Xf11'1' 11115. Il s111'1-1-ss11111 111 111-11-111s 111-1'1- Jl11l1111l1S1LxI'1'11 111 1111' 111151 111l'Y 111s1 11111 g111111-5 111 1,l11I111l'1l. 11111111 1',111fL'1'1Hl1,1ll111111101111'1..X11il1151111. .X1 11115 111-1'11111 1111- 11-11111 1111s 1'1-1-1111s11'111'11-11 111111 111-11-1111-11 1-1. .X111111s1111 111 N11111l11. 1'111-1111111111111 11115 1111-11 1111111K' 1111' 1111' 111111'11111111-111, 11111 S11-11111-ss 211111 1111' 1111-111411111111 1151 1l1'1J1ik' 1111 1111- 1LllI11. 111111 111111111111-11 111111 1111-11' 111'Z11Y11lQ S11l11g111flI1, 11111- 11f 1111' s11'1111g1-51 11-11111s 111 1111- 1111-1-1, 111K' 11-:1111 11111111- ll YL'1'1 111I1ll' S111lXY1I1Q. 1'1l1111XY11lg' IS 1111- 1151 111 1J111j'QI'S 111111 11111111-1111111-11 111 11111- 111111' 111' 1111111111-1': I:1111..1l1'1f: 11111-111-113 1111111111 511111-1 X11-19111-111111-3 1Qg1111l1111111, 1.1l1J1.Q N111xs1111g 1'111'11s: 11111l11Q1'I'2 111111-1'1111111. 1111- 11111--1111 111 1111- 1-1111 111 1111- 10111 is 11s f11111111's: 111111-11111-118: Curtis. XY1llCI'lllIll1. 1111111-111-111 1111111'11s: 12111-111-11, 51111-1-, 11111111g1-1': 11011- 1L'!'S1 11:111111111111, L4I'11I1l1J. 111m s1-1-111111 1011111 112111 21 11-11 5111-1-1-ss1111 s1-11s1,111, 111111111111 1111 11111 11111- 11111111-. 111111151 11c1'1- 111111' 1-21111111111-11 111 .11l1111 K1l111Cll. 1111- 111150111111 11r11s111-1-ts 2ll'C 11s g'111111 115 1-1111 111- 1-21111-1-11-11 111111 1111- 11111's :111- 111-11-11111111-11 111 111-111-1' 1111-11' 1111s1 1'1-1-111'11 11115 51-:1s1111. S11 f111' 11101 111111- 1111l,'C1l 11111 A - 1 1 . . . . 11111- g:11111- 111111 111111 111111 1 1111111111 11. S.. 111111-11 1'1-s11111-11 111 Il Y1k'11l1'X' '1111' 1111- 111111-1' 11-11111, 111--1. 211 '1'111C 11111.15IfN .XIQHHXX 1111- 111-11111111111 111 1111' 11-11111 is: 1111111111111 1': 171-111111's11111 141: 511111 21111: fl'1l115.11'111ll1l11D1 1131111011111S511-111115.1121131-31411211111112 11111111-11, 111'1l-Y, K111111'11 111. 1L'1111lN 1111s 11L'1'11 121111111 1111 111111 Il g1'1':11 111-111 111' 1-1111111s1:1s111 11115 s111'111g'. 11111 -1111111 11:11'c 11111-11 111111 11111, 21 1511111 111-g:1111z1-11. 111111 111111'11:11111'111s s1z11'11111 111 111115 1111111111-5. 1111XK'41 1111111111-s. 211111 S1l1g1L'S. .X 1111111 111111'11z111111111 1s 1l1'1I1g' :11'1':1111g1-11 1111 11111-1113 1-111111111'111'1'1111-111 1111-14, 111111 1111' s11111'1 IS I'L'L'L'lY11lg' L'Xl'1'11L'111 s111111111'1 1111111 111c 5111111111 1111111' .'Xf111K'1111l1111: 11111 gI1'1S. lI11111'1' 1111-1-z1111:11111'1 111 K1 1'1:111 I,1'1-, 111'g:1111z1'11 :1 11z1s111'111:111 11':1111, 1111 1Il'111Q' 1111:11111' 111 9K,11l'11111l11l113'Q11l111L'S. 111':11'111'11 1121s 111121111 111'1111111'11. Senior Class Play V1-111' 51-111111' 1'1:1sf 111Il1'.H1111'1iS1l1 1111111-gc," 1,1f 1015,11'115111'1w1-111111 1111l1K'1'111L' 411l'1'1'11l111l11 N11Nf111'1111111 1'1'11's. CAST OF CHARACTERS. 111111111 1111'11s, '1111L' 1117111111 X1:111 - A 1111111-111'11 11111111 1.11111 11111'11111. 111111 11'1'111's 111111-1'11s1'1111'111s - 1'1z11'111- 11111'111'11 111111 .I111'111111. 1111111115 1'1111111.111111111111511:1s111'111:111 ,1l111l1 11111111115 N11:1111 111111111111. 1'1'11f. 111 L'1111'1-1's111 - - .XI'111l1I' l'111'11s 111-:111 S111111'1. 1711111 111 L'll1X'L'1'S111' 111115. K1:1xs1111 ' 1'1'1'1'1 1111111111ls, l't'1'1'11111' 1-1.11111 1111511111 1':1111 1f1l11'1's1111 Nf1f11I111 11111114111s, :1 11lZ1' 11111 A - 1X'll11k'1' 111111111111 12:1-111.11 1i1'1ggs,11111g - , v , , , 11L'I'1l111 5:1111 111511 1':11111'1.111'11N11:1111':'1'1'11111'11'1' , , , 11111 1'11'111L'1'S1l1l1 1'1-11'1'w. 1'1'11111'1111111' 111 "1':11:11'1- 111 SXYL'1'1S.1 XX.1l1ll'I' 111111111111 1X1l11111'l'. X1:111:114111' f111' 1511111111 Illllll - - - 1"1'1'11 111111111 I11111- 11l'Zl1Il, Il S1-1111111 1Il1L'l'1S1L'11 111 1111111111 1'1X'C11'11 ,Xl111L'1'S1l11 1'11111 1'Ul'11'I', .X f11'1I1lJl'. 11111-1'1's11-11 111 -l111'11:111 , N11z11:111 111-11111'11 1'1:111'1- -11l111'S, il s1:1g1'-s11'111'k g11'1 - - 111':11'1' 111111111 gllsj' S11l'1gQL'l1S, ll 1'1I'1'S11l112ll1 XY1111 :1 111.11511 1'111111s 1':111111111'11 1111111 .X1'1l151l'H1lg. :111 z111111'111' g'11'1 - 1iz11111-1'1111- 1211111111111 1'11111'Il 1'11-111- 111-1:1111:11'11. 11111111-ss 111 1711110 11:11 - , , X1:11'11111 1.111- Hrs, 1111111, 111111s1'111-1-1111 :11 111K' "Q11:11'11'1's" 111111111111 X'1ll1 11111'11 1.111. N1:1111 111 11111 "Q11:11'11'1's" - - - K1:11'11' LVi1.1111l11111 SCENE-A NORTHERN UNIVERSITY. 'l'11IiSYN111'S1S. ACT 1. F11-111' 1111- 1':11:11'1- 11f S11'1'1'1S, fZl1ll1112lI'11' 1111111111 :ls "'1'111' 11111.11 1111111 -X1111A11111g. 1111'1'11 11:11s 111'f111'1- 1111- 1'11:11111111111:411111 g'1l111L'. 111171111 1111'ks :11111 111s 111:111:1g1'1' arc 11111k111g f111' 11 lllllll 111 1111111 :1111'111'11s1'1111'111s f111' 11l1'1I' 1'1-11'111':111-11 111'1-z1kfz1s1 f111111. "1i1'z111111." '11111'1 111s1'111'1'1' 11111111 1111111111 :11111 lllI'.1111l.l1lzN1111141111 If 1l1'1'i1l1- hc is 1l11'i1' lllllll. l11 l1l'1lCl' 111111 llicks 11'ill I11- s111'c 111 111'1'1'111, llltj' 11012 411111l11 lyI'11f. l3i1l1li1'111 111 flllllli ll111'11111 111 l1is s1111li1-s. lil111'11 :1ls11 111111111is1's 111 l11'l11 1l1c111 l11' l1-111li11g Vlllllll 1111 11111il l11- 1111111111s1's, 'll1Jlll.S fTl1'111lS 11l'1' 1'1'1'1' 111111 l'iL1l flll' l'1':11' l11' 11'ill l1'111'1' 1'11ll1fg1'. ACT II. S1'1'111' ill!l1I11llS11f X111'1l11-1'11 l'11i1'c1'si11'. 'l'i1111' Nl111'11i11g. llilj' 111 thc g11111c. 'I'11111 1'11111i1l11s 111 l1is f1'i1-111l 'l11I'1l11Il 111 l1is l111'1' f11:' .l11E1'Q. 'l'l11'1 I1l'k' llll1'l' 111111111l l11' -lllllk' l11-1's1-lf. 11111-1111111111 11111-1'1'11111i1111s, 'l'11111 lk'lli hu' 111 his l1111' 11111 shc 111'11111is11s 111 lllIll'l'1 l1i111 if 1h1'1' 11'i11 the g1'11lllC. l'il11l'2l lllk'L'lS 'l'11111 l111111'. illltl shc thinks lic 1111f1111s 111 111'111111s11 111 llk'l'. l l1ll'Sl is Xk'l'f' illIXlflIl5 111 s1'11l111l1111'11. 'I'11111 is -11'1'111l1' 11-1' 1l11x1-1l, f111' l11' 1i111ls hiiiisclf 1111-'11-'ul 111 0.1.11 1-irls 5 , 5 5 1' ACT III. S11-111' "'l'l11- iJll1ll'l1'1'S.u I1111111' 111 lhc six l1111's. 'lii1111' flfwiiiiig. j11l1il1'1- 1111111 g111111'. iilllllk' Il 111-. l'1'11f. l1i1l1li:111 1l1'1'i1lcs 11111 111 flllllli 'l'11:11 1.1111 :1ll. lli1'lQ 1i111ls llllll91'lf 111111'l1 11111111-s1c1l lll l7l111"1-f- 111l 1h1'1' 1i1111ll1' l1Q"1.1111' k'1l4'A1liQL'1l. 'll11lll . , . 1 1 S is lllllfll l'L'-l11lk'L'1l 11'll1'll sh1'11-lls llllll sh1- is 111 l11'1'111111' "Kira ll1t'1i111 lli1'l4s." 1 . 'lihv F1l11lL'IllSIll'1' l11111111' 111 l1'111'11 llllll 'l'11111 is 11111 g11i11g 111 1111111 1'11lI1-31' '1111l 1l1111 .lllll1' llIlS 111'11111is1-1l 111 lllZll'I'1' l1i111. ,1 1f, 'f"' ' w .3 4559- JL' I 3. : :.31'f.I . ."13': r'.:.:: '. - , 4,,,..,? '-- J' ',.f .-it-r ? '14-'F-??f4?ff-fzfffffi-1:f.-2.1-1 . ' 1 - 1- ie-ff. , ?2f:1..1...1f: 'i-1' 1 - Lv ' - - - - -- - 1. . - 1-w 1 . -., V -.'-17511-,-1:1:3.?'r if-,sf 1 5 J- j f:':h1i1 +' 3'-14 1.-'ifE,' fy' il Z1 57:3'-14-1:-111-F-f'.A'1-'g'.-"f':5-f-"- - 1S1Q..,,,..-na--J-:.an..', ..v-,x-1:4-w-,u.1.Y 1-,333 .,-,gn:g.f-,..52,..f:l:-.- .- naw.:-1L1.ff,:..r !AQ:+ 4,, ' I . 5 x' . 111139 ' '111 7 't r 51.1 11 - 'Y' .' :" 1, - Q- .A L 1 1, .1- . !: - 1 'f 1' -- 1.1 -f'C I 1 ,, ffyg fa 1 - 4 ,I Z-X l': 5-K .II . ., fgk-X-fffmiyy fx- 1 yi 5 gr , S, ,X 4, F , ki 5 1 , , :.- L 4' ,: - 3 -.1 - '.- , f,-'H ,ln .1- 1' 1 ,JN ,'-a2-fi.'E'- 1 141'-Ill.. 1 11. ,1 nl - 1. vb' 111'-'H'--t-.1 ' -ff - . Q' . -,11 1 ' ,'1 L: 1, ..1 .. .31 -.3-,q,,, , , :fp 9 5, .l, 1 J:- 6 T p ing. , pq " 5- '- -Q-3 - -. , , . .,,, ., .TK , , -. ,., . -- -ga. - 31 4-af 13111111 , 17. - -' 1: - :P- -- g y? . Y-15-2, fggfgfirg-.ajg5f.g,.,.,, y5,1,. ,gEg5. :. ' ,,.? K, Q -,gg ' nj-13 Ti, ' -.- 1 -f1-- L-if jf"'4 -- - V- 'ff' :IQBFEQ-E557 ,E 1,233.5 J uh --ug: , - 531551-5'.'a-::f' JQ:1'.-5141"-'tg , - -91.11-L. :.:-1-7: .. Q- s sm, 323 1 - Y licaur-as -1,- The Story of A Bad Boy Chapter I., Cleone Bingham, '18. XYXI-fSX'11.1,1f xx'z1s g,:K'11l'1-11115151 s1111111i1-11 111111 111111 1111x's, 1111 'Cv XX'11k'11-111111111 X11'111'l1XYZ11'1'1X'L111l1111 1111-111-111111-111111-11 11UXY1Nl111 111N ,1 ' '4x. 1 141 11l111111'.' 211111 1:11111-1' 111-111 :1 xx':111'11f11l 1-x'1- 11111111 111111. 111L'11- 5 N 14 fr- I 111,-111115 xx'1-1A1- 11111111-1112111-lx' z11'1111s1-11. 1111-x' S111'L'1j' 11.111 1':111S1 111 , , , 1111s11'11x1 111111 f111' 11i1- 111111111 111111 jun 51L1J11L'11 f1'1.l11 1111- 111111 Qu ?'qi'i1 1X11L'l1 X111 N11-1i1':1xx':1s111-11."11111-1'1-'s 1:11111-sf 11111 bIi111111x' xx 1 xx'iN1-1 1.1l1' xx'11:11 11111, 1-5111-1-1:1111 :1 s11':111g1-1' 111 1111- 111xx'11. xx':1111s 111 xx':11k 1111- xx'111 11'1lQ111 111 1111- 111:1111 N11'L'k'1 "1:1gg'i111g 11111-1' 11:1 :11111 l11Il?u X111rw1 1-1-:'111i111x' 111' 11111 11.11, xx'111111 1111 1.11 1'1-111s xx'1-1'1- S1-:11'1111i11g f111' 111111, '1i111111x' xx':1s 1-11111-1-:11i11g 11i111N1 111' 1xIl11i111Q' 11:11'111x:11'11N 111 f1.11111 11111 11111'11x' Q1-11111-111:111, 11I11S1iL'1'111I1g 111c1z1111-1'111 xx 1111111 1xx'1'1-11 11111151-11' :11111 111s f:1111i1x'. .Xf ,1i111111x' :1f11'1'xx':11'11 111111 1111- 1111-'., - 11111 Q1-111 xx':1s g:11111-." 111- 111141 :11'1'1x'1-11 111 11111111, :11111 :11 1111- 1'111'111-1'. :1 c1'11xx'11 111 :111:111 1111xs xx xx':111i11q 111 Q1'L'L'1 111111. "1.1.'11:11's x-11111' 11111111-F" 1111111111-11 11111- 11111111-15: ".I:11111-s K11'111':1xx'," "Xxx xx'. -li111111x' X11'1i1':1xx'. :1xx'f -:1xx'1" x'1-111-11 11111- 11f 1111- 1111x's. 1111- 111111-rs, "XX':1111 1c1' 11g111?" ZlS1iL'41 .li111111x' 1'1111111x'. 11155 "N:1xx'. 1 11111-ss 11111 11111z1x'," :111sxx'c1'1-11 1111- 11-1111011 :1f11-1' :1 111111'1111g11 s111x 111 '11111lllj'. "1 .11l11L' 1111 11x'1-1' 111 s1-1111111 xx'i111 us." 111Y11L'111l111l111L'1'1J1lj'. SU1111111' 11 1 L'L'11 -11-'1-1' 111111 Tllli titbl.lJliX ,-XIQIQHXX' Z9 In start in school at once. Arriving at the school-house they encountered a small hoy sitting on the steps, eating his dinner. "XYhat did you lxring your dinner for, johnny?" asked llill. "1 Ph, cause maw's agoin' to wash," answered .lolnmy indilterently. "XYhere's the clothes? l don't see any." persisted llill. gazing across the street at ,lohnny's home. "XYell. she ain't goin' to wash clothes, she's goin' to wash herself," and then the lmoys laughed so hard that poor 'lohnny ran away. .Iimmy liked the looks of the teacher. "1 lee, l het she could sass some." he whispered to Tommy. "Try it and see what you get." was the reply. Alimmy did try it. and got into troulmle. The next thing he knew the teacher was coming toward him with a ruler. The only means of escape was the door. and .linnny was out of the room like a flash. tif course, the teacher followed, and seeing that. ,linnny looked for further refuge. lt had recently rained and the result was a large pond in the school yard. llaving a lmright idea, Alinnny waded out into the middle of the pond and caltnly waited for the teacher. Chapter II., Mildred Waterman, '17. flames Mel Draw, come here to me this minute." said the teacher, shaking her ruler at him. -limmy was splashing around in the water and enjoying himself immensely. HCKIIIIC'-f'f,'l this was as far as Bliss .lacolm got, for she was so angry and so out of lmreath. that she sank to the ground. "t Jh. teacher's dead." cried a little girl frantically. and ran to get her a drink. "Let her die," called vlimmy. and his voice showed well his disgust. llow- ever, down deep in his heart he was afraid she would die. lnecause she was "so fat. and no spring chicken." as he expressed it. "lley, come over on this side," shouted Hill, waving his hand. "Not just this minute." answered blimmy calmly. "qXw, you ralmlmitf' "l'm thinking of lmeing a fish." .limmy returned, thoughtfully. Meanwhile the teacher had lmeen revived and with more determination than lmefore. she proceeded to carry out her plans of capturing "that lmov or die in the attempt," "james Klctiraw. do you know where you'll go to when you die? Such a had lwoy as you are l" Miss .lacolm began tiercely. "X'l'ell. l'm only hoping we don't land in the same place." returned hlimmy. "Young man, you'll get your reward for all this. if it isn't 'til after vou're dead. Alust mark my word!" Then teacher lmegan to put on some lmig rulxlier lmoots she had lmorrowed from the janitor. "lloly mud. l wonder what l'll do if she gets out here," and ,linnny looked really scared. 111 'l1ll1i1L111,l1liN111114111 "X1111', 111-. 1'11 11x 11111." 111111111-11 N1111 -1ll1'111l, 211111 1111-11 1111- S1L'1111L'l1 111111 1111- 11 111l'1'. -'A1L111'11K' 111111-,H SIN 1111- 111111 111111 1lIl1bl'11111'11l1k'11' 11111111-11 1111- 11111111 11111 11111 11-11 111-1-11 111' 11111 1111-1111 111111111 Nl11'L'1Y 111111- 111'1111'111-11, 1111' 1111- 111111 11111 g11111- 11-11' 1111' 11111'11 1 1-11 1-41111 11111111-11 111111 1111-11111111-111111111-111111-1'. H5111-'1 1111'1- ll g1111-111-1' 111111... 11'1'1-111111-11 11111' 111 1111- 111111' 111111 l1L'1l1'17y, 11111 111- 11:1N1111x11111l'11, 1111- M111 I111-1111 11111 5411111 1111 111-1' 11-1-1 1lQZl111, 1'1111g'11111g111111 111111111g 11 Il 1'1-11111 111 111-1' 1111111l'1,F11111. Chapter III., Rolland Maxson, '16, "S111'1'1-1111111 11111111-1." 511111 -I11111111' 111 111111S1'11. 111 111- 11111' 1111 1111111-1' L'1lll1111g 11'11111:11 1111' F1'111l111 11111111111g. 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"111-11-. 11111 1'111111g Fl-1l1111l11'L'1.u 11-111-11 I11111111"1 1111111 11:111-111. 111 111- 51l11L'11 111 111111111111-11-1-111-111 111'111111. "111-1' 1111-1'1-. 1 1111-. 11l111'1-1', 111111 111111 11111-1 111-1 1'111l1l11lL 111111' 11'11111 l11L'. 111111111 111-111'11 1115 1111110115 11111411 1'1111'1- 111111 1111- lP11IL'L'1' s 1'l1lASl11QS, 11111 111111-1111 111 1111111111114 111- 1'1l11 1111 1111- 111111-1'. 111-111-11111-11 1111'L'1'111' 11314 1111- 111-11111. 111111 111111g1-11 111111111111111111-11111-1111111111111-111'1-1-is111111111111-111111 111 1111'1111' 11111. 1111 Illll'SllCI'S. "1 11-1'. 11111 1.111 11111- 111 11 111111 l1l1XY.H 111111111111 1111- 11111' 111 111- 11111'1'1111'11' 1-1111111-11 1l111ll1l1Q 11111111 1-111 111111. "1111s111 111111 is 11111-1 111-11-1111'1 111-11 1111-. 11'i11 111-W 1111111' '11111'1I11Ig' Il1'1ll11111 111 11c 1'1111, 111111111 1111111-1-11 1111 11l1I'S11CI'S 1-111s1- 11111111 111111 111 11-11111 111111111 11111 Il 1111-11111111'11111j11st111111111g 11111. 111-11111111-11111-11111 111-1111-1'1111 1h11111g1' 1111' 11'1-1-1111111. 1'1-111'111-11 1111- 1111111, 111111 1'1111g'111 1111 II 1'ZII'. 111- 11111111-11 11111111 11111 11111' 1111-1111111-1-1111111 111111 1111 1111111-1' get 1111 1111- 11111111111-. "1"111' 1111- 11111- 111 K11111-." lIll1l'IllI11'L'11 .111l11lIj'. 115 111- 1111111'1-11 1111- 1111111 111111 1111-1-11111 1111 111 111111-11 111-1-111111111'1 11111111 1111, "1'111 11111- ll g'1111c1' 111111... 'l'llICtit1l.lJliN .XIQIQHXY Sl Chapter IV., Paul Emerson, '15. lltit .limmy was etltial to any oeeasioii presemetl lry fate. .lust for a momeiit was he iioiiphissttl, theii he threw his aetiye hraiti into the eiretiit :mtl allowt-tl it to worlt most swiftly, 'lihere were few ayemies of escape iii View :mtl these few were yery impraetieal. Ile might jump oll' the train, hut that was tlaiiger- ous aiztl, moreover, his purstiers woultl surely see him :mtl follow his example as well as his traelts. No. he woultl he safer on the traiii. llowevt-i'. if he tlitl rt-main there they might easily seize him. lle tleeitletl that some meaiis of t't.iit't'almeiit was iieeessary. lle was ali experieiieetl passenger of freight ears :mtl was entirely familiar with their anatomy. lle loolietl haeli towartl the rear of the traiii. .Xpproaehiiig were his yeiierahle progenitor aiitl the portly otilieer of the law, gingerly pielqiiigg their way along' the trail. .limmy tlest'eiitletl Ita the coupling :mtl eiieagetl iii retrospeetioii. No, he t'oultlii't stay tliere. 'l'hey eoultl easily see him when they fortlecl the gap lmetweeii the two ears. 'lihe posst- was fast approaeliiiig. ,limmy eoultl hear aiiimatetl t'oiix'ersatioii aliovt' the roar of the train. Quick aetioii was imperative. lle erawlttl over to the sttp, 'lihey eoultl see him if he remaiiietl there proyitletl they looltetl. aiitl they were sure to tlo that. So iii peril of his life, he matiagetl to slowly etlge his way tlowii tmrleriieath the etlgge of the ears. grasping the step with one haiitl, lle plaeetl his foot oti olie of the journal lmoxes, then slowly aiitl lahoriously matle hi s way onto the truck, where he reeliiietl at full lengtli. holtliiig oii to the nearest pre mieelltitl, lii this stmewhat tmetwmfortahle position he eompletetl his journey. llis tather :mtl the portly' oltieer iouriieyt-tl the eiitire lemgth of the tram iii st-'treli t . t of their irrttrieyahle ohjeet, Iinally retiring iii tlisetvuragemeiit to the ealmoose, Xleaiiwhile the "irretriex'almle ohjett' lvumpetl up aiitl tlowii on the springs of the trtielc enjoying the ritle much less than his searehers. slaelt XX ht-11 the tram reat-hetl the railroatl yartls at the eity :mtl titmimeiieetl ltr eil speetl, 'limmy seizetl the opporttmity to tlislotlgt- himself from his pereh. lle tlroppetl oll foreihly from tht- truelis. reeeiyiilg tio little shock. llowever, he was iii a hurry :mtl immetliately pielcetl himself up aiitl proeeetletl to tlotlgge hastily into aii alley closely atljoiniiig' the traek, lle fountl himself presently on a lJllSlllCSS street, lt was then the supper hom' aiitl the tlioroug'lifare was not greatly rushetl. .limmy tliseoyeretl that he was yery liuiigry. aiitl not being lueratiyely supplittl. he eonjuretl his hrain to tleeitle from what source his evening meal was fortlietmiiiig. l'lACSCllllj', he iiotieetl he was 2lIJIJ1'tJ2lt'lllllg a ltmeh staiitl. 'lihe sight aiitl savor of the "hot dogs" :mtl t'ot't'ee tlitl not iii the least appease his limiger. .limmy's t'oiist'it-iiee was not iroiihotmtl. so he watehetl the man in atteiitlaiiee very elosely. No one was iii sight hut a solitary Salvation .Xrmy man on the street eoriier iiearhy, keeping vigilaiiee over a kettle aiitl tripotl aiitl oeeasiotially jaiigliiig a small haiitl hell. 'lihe hmeli eouiiter mail was not eoiiseientiotisly watchful. so Alimmy etlgetl " '111111' V 'l'llIf1i111.111-.N .XI1 1115 N11IXX11 1111 11l 1111- 51111111 11it11 11is h:11'11 f111'1-11111s1. 1111111- 1110 11111111111111' 11"1s 1 ' 111 1 1s1 111 11111 1111' 21 111111 11111' 111 s1-111 111111 h11t 1111-111-1's 111111 111111 11is 1111111-1' it 1111s 1 -1 1 - -11 ll'11l1Sfl'l' 1111-111 111 11is s11111'i1111s 11111-111-1. 111111 1111-11 111'1-s1-11111 to 1111111'11111'11111' Il 1'111 1-1-s11111111i111g 1ll1lll1l1'I' 111' 1lllIlS. .Xft1-1' 1-111111111-ti111g 111is 111-1111-ss, -li1111111 11L'g'1lll 111 l'l1QL' s1111111 1111211 111 111 l'1'1'1L'l1 11is st1-11s 1111 1111- s11'1-1-t 111111 1111s 111'1-111'11i11g-11 1111-1 111 1111- S1l1Y1l11l11l .X1'I1lX 1111111. ' X11 s1111," i1t1111i1'1-11 111211 XY1l1'111y 111111-1-1'. 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I'111'1111 1110111111 1'11111-111111-11 111 111t1'1-111111Q 111l1l1lX' t11 11Lk1lIl1L' 11 111L'11l1lL'1' 1 1 1 1f 1111 5111111111111 .X1'1l1y. 131-ing 1111'l'1l11y 11L'L'1J1f' 111111-111-11 111 1111' 11-1'111t'1- 111111 11111 1111111111 :1111- 1l111l'1- 1111-1111s 111 11111111111111-111. 111- 11111-1111-11 111 111'1'1-111 1111 S11 111111, 111 1111- 1-1111 11f 1111-1111 11-urs, ,1111111-s N11'111'1lXX' is 1111- 01111111111 111 th1 U 111-1'. 5211121111111 .XVIIIX 111 1x111I11t'1'l'f'Q 211111 1111s 111-1-11 1111- lllL'2l11S 111 1'L'SL'111llg' 1111- s 11111 111 11121111 1111 1-1'1'i11gg 81111111 11111. 111111 111 1112101111: 111111 1111 1111- 1'11f111 111111 111l1'l'1lXY 11111. To Milton 111-111' X1i1t1111 1111 11111110 is 11'111'111y, ,X1111 1111111- is 1111- 1111111-1' 111 sh1111 111111 1111 15111111 111 1 if1- is 111-111111, .XI111 1111 1-111 is 111-11k 111111 11111. 11-111-11 us 215 SL'11111'l1'S 11f g-1'1-111 1111-11 '1111 111111111 1111-11111st1111t 1111- 1'ig11t, 'l'1-111-11 115 11s 1'1l11111'L'1l 11f 1111111111-ss 111111 1l1'Il1'L' 111-s111 11111-, 11111 i11 111i1g11t. '1'1'111- 111 1115' 11oct's 11111111-, 1Xli111111. 1'1i11g 111 11is s11i1'it's g'I'L'2l1 s11111. 1-'111's11k1- 11111s1- 11111111,g'11ts 111111 111'1- 11211'1' 11111111 1111 1111' 111111 1'l'1ls1s 111 111-1111, 1 1 '1111111 11111 1'1'111'1- 111 1111- 11111-111 111118 111 - -111'11-11 111111 1'11-1 114110 Sl1'1'I11jl11 is f1111 111 11111211 4311151 is 1-1i1 1'1lIll1l1Illll11Cl1 1111, XX1111 1111 111111 s s1111111-111111111-11111111 1111-1111 -1111 11111' 1'1 Tllli t2tJl.lJliN .XRRUXY 33 The Cultural Studies john Holmes, '15. lIl'2 QIIQUXYINKI mlemantl to abolish the teaching of classical A41 stutlies in high schools is unfortunate. lt shows a tenflency to J, worship money more than all else in life. and to teach that creeml W' TV -33? Cl, in our schools. Unfortnnatelv. it is becoming the custom to T iw' " reckon everything' on a clollars ancl cents basisf-religion, virtue. 'fre' r "l, l X. MTE beauty, honor, love, --everything in fact that our race has hitherto helcl sacrefl ancl above price. The argument that Latin. for instance, is of no use to the average man. is on a par with the argument that tasteful mlecorations are of no use to a home. lt is silly antl absurtl to say that. because a sturlent cannot realize material gain therefrom, it is of no value to him to be able to appreciate that which is beauf tifnl ancl noble. The motlern process of converting a high school sturlent into a machine is untlermining our olcl .Xl1lCI'lL'2lll itlea and itleal of rleniocracy. It is establishing a caste svstem which will take centuries ancl probably a bloomly revolution to break. The iclea is begotten by the commercial rulers of this nation for the pur- pose of suppressing thought. the one thing which makes a man a useful citizen. .Xt the time Shakespeare wrote, his plays were attenrlecl by the traflesmcn ancl their apprentices just as enthusiastically as by the nobles. Xt that time there was no elaborate scenery. ancl the plays, unembellisheml, succcemletl or failetl upon their literary merits. In niorlern times, the laborers ancl trarlesnien go to vautle- ville performances. This is analogous with the popular taste in music anml art. People are so solicitous about shielding' themselves antl their chilclren from the so-callecl "high brow" cliversions that they really cheat themselves out of a worltl of keen enjoyment. lionnnercialisni is as necessary uncler our present conmlitions as militarism. llowever. like militarism. it is often overclone. llerhaps none of us can realize the Utopian tlreani of "a country villa anml a row of books," but let us not al- together exclurle from our lives antl the lives of our chilclren the "row of books." 34 'l'llli lltJl.lJliN .XKRUXY The Tale Oi The Wife OI Baih The Knight and the Fairy. Paul Holmes, '17, l'Rt 31.1 JKSUIE. 1 jill- In N 'lillli ycar 1340, IXVCIIIX'-llll1C pilgrims set out from thc lah harml lim in Southwark for thc shriuc of 'l'homas licckct at I Xi1lIllL'I'lJlIl'X. To pass thc time more pleasantly, it was ag'rt'cml J .4A. jf' that each shoulml tcll a story as they roclc. ln all, twcnty-iuvt Ali! -I mi' -Alla talcs wt-rc tolrl, which thc poct Cliauccr set flown in vcrsc after 2,4 tht- rt-turn homo. The linglish l2lIlg'l.l2lg'C has hccn CllZl.Ilg'Ctl vcry muvh simm- that timc, aml now it is harclly possihlc to rcaml L'l1auccr's works with out a spt-cial glossary aml notes. The talc on thc procct-fling pages is om' tolcl hy a ccrtain Dame .Xllison of llath, on thc fourth clay of thc journey towarcl X42llllCI'lllll'X'. I. OLD ENGLAND. In thc olll tlays of King .Xrthur, 'l'o whom liritons giyc great honor, 'l'hc laml with fairics mlirl ahouml, .Xml thc lilf-ouct-11, with hcr merry folk arouml, llamwcl oftvii in tht' woomls at night Umlcr thc olfl moons mellow liglitg llut this was many years ago, .Xml now, tlicmsclycs. thc fairies will mat show. II. THE QUEST OF THE KNIGHT. lu .Xrthur's court, thcrc was a knight XX'ho1oppccl all olhcrs hy his might. .Xml as a path hc walkccl onc clay .X mairlcii uham'ccl along that way. Shc was thc fairest of thc fair, .Xml as hc watchcrl hor, hc tlitl swear That hc would have her for a hriclc, XXll1llCX'L'l' ill it might hctimlc. Tlicrcforc, hc captured her hy force, .Xml sought to put her on his horse. llut sho maclc good a quick cscapt' XX'l1ich Icft Sir Knight in a fearful scrapc. 'I' ll li tit? I. IJ ICN .PX IQ R For he was sentenced, for the deed, By a court of law, to lose his head. "It is too bad that he should die," Cried out the Queen, and heaved a sigh. She besought the king with all her might To show his mercy to the knight. .Xnd into her hands place his fate, For she believed him to be great. The boon was granted by his tirace, NYho killed another in his place. .Ns the Queen was about to set him free, To go his way in liberty, She found 'twas 'gaiust the sacrament That he should have no punishment. Then straightway one she did devise. And to the knight spoke in this wise, "I grant you life if you tell me. XYithin a twelfth-month and a day. Xthat is't that women most desire. tio ask from peasant. prince, or friar, And do your best, and take great care. And of most answers do beware. For, if your answer be not right, You must die ere another night. III. THE ANSWER. lfor eleven months and more Ile searched this great world o'er and o'er, lint an answer he could not tind That he thought would suit the young Quee Some said that holiness was right, instead 'Twas honor, riches, or to be wed. liut he knew that none of these were right .-Xnd that he must die ere another night iXltho' very much he desired his life. Then, by the road, he saw an old wife XYith fouler face than no man might devis Before the knight did the woman rise. And said, "Sir Knight. why goest thou this UTY ga n's Ill C way F Tell me what is't thou seek-tell me, I pray, For, by my troth, it may nluch better be If you unloose your tongue. Contide in me." c 'l'llI-I tiHl.llliN .XIQIQHXY "XX'cll mothcr." sztitl thc knight, "I prsty 'lihztt hy tonight l'll hc :thlc to sity XX'h:tt thing it is that womcn loyc thc most. 'l'cll mc. :tml wcll I'll pity thc cost." "ll-llllt will l flo, :tml tcll you right." crictl shc. "lf, ztftcrwztrtls. you'll grunt :t hoon to inc." To hcr comlition. hc rczulily ztgrccul. XX'ithout cycn asking thc wish shc uiiglit plcnml, .Xml l'1lg,1L'l'lX' waiting' to hcztr whcn shc spatkc. "l.istt-u now." crictl shc. "thc zmswcr l'll nizikc. Thy lifc is sztfc. for l will stztml thcrchy. Upon my lifc. thc Quccn will szty :ts I. Nonc tlztrc ssiy 'no' to thztt which l will tcztch .Xml l will tcll you now, without longcr spct-ch." lhcn shc stcppcal closc :tml whispcrctl in his cur, .Xml what shc satitl wzts wclcomc. for it hztnishcrl :ill his fc IV. THE BOON. .Xml whcn tht-y rcztchctl thc court. thc knight Szml, "l'yc kcpt my tlzty :ts is hut right. .Xml rczuly is my zuiswcr now." .Xml mzmy ll wifc. :tml m:my zt mztitl. .Xml niztny :t witlow, thc princc :tml thc princcss Vzunc forth to hczn' him. 'lihc Qu:-cn wus thc justicc. "'l'licn," sziitl thc knight, whcn :ill hcczunc still. "XX'h:tt at womcm most wzmts is hcr wsty :mtl hcr will. 'l'h:tt is hcr most tlcsirc. 'l'ho' you mc kill, lihoosc :ts you wish. l :tm hcrc :tt your will." In :ill thc court. thcrc wzts no wifc or ninitl XX'ho fllS1tgl'k'L'tl with thc wortls hc hzul sztirl, Hut crictl. "l"or himself hc hats cztriictl his lifcf' .Xt thc wortls. up spokc thc oltl wife, XX'ho hzul lrccn sitting :ilonc on thc grccn, 'Klcicy crictl shc. "my soycrcign Quccn. llcforc your court tlCl7ill'l, :lo mc at right. I toltl thc ztnswcr to thc knight, lfor which hc plctlgcml nic, hy his sirc, 'I'hc Iirst thing that I woultl of him rcquirc, llc woult' perform. if it lzty in his nnght. licforc thc Court. l :isk of you, Sir Knight, 'lihztt you :tcccpt nic for your wifc, hot' you know wcll l'yc sztyccl your lifcf' 'l'lllCt1Ul.lJl-.N .XRIQHXX uf lf l say false. say 'Nof " ".Xml in gootl sooth," .Xnsweretl the Knight. ",XIas. you speak the truth. lint, perforee, l'rl rather lose my heatl Than to a one like you he well." "You promisecl, Sir," the oltl wife saiml. "X'ou'll keep your promise aml keep your heatl. liy all the Saints that clwell ahove. l'll he your wife aml have your lovef "Bly love!" he erietl, "Nol My worst eurse. .Xml you will perhaps, have something' worse lfor hy my oath l'll not ahicle. 'l'ho' my pale faee in shame l hitle, .Xml my hricle, you'll never live to he." But all for naught. The eml that he, lforeecl hy the Queen. the woman wefl, .Xnd well he wishetl that he were flearl. V. THE FAIRY. The flay they well, there was no claneing in the hall. 'lihere was no joy, nor weclmling feast at all. .-Xml, after that. he hifl like any owl. .Xml woe was with him that his wife was so foul. She saitl. "Bly hushaml clear, give me a kiss. lloes every knight aet towarcl his wife as this? ls this the law of .Xrthur's house? ls every knight so dangerous? l am your own love aml your wife. l am the one who savecl to you your lif:. l'm sure l always have flone right. XXhy treat me so. ungentle knight? You aet towarml me as if youll lost your wit. XX'hat is my guilt? Bly hushaml. tell me it. .Xml it will he amemletl if it may." ".Xmemle1ll" seotfefl the knight. "lt ean't, l say lt can not he amemletl. we are toltl, "l'is that you are so loathsome aml so oltlfi "Choose, then." eriecl she, "whieh one you like the lies lo have me oltl aml foul until l rest, .Xml he to you a true aml humhle wife. .Xml never flisplease you in all my life, Hr woultl von have me young aml fair. .Xml Ilekle he anil give you eate. 38 'l'llli t1tJl.lJliN .AXRIUJXX lut heautiful to look upon. Now. of the two, ehoose tluiekly one." lhe knight knew not which one to take, Xml after mueh thinking, at last he spake, l know not of the two, on whieh l'tl win or lose. tloofl wife of mine, l pray that you will choose, Xml as you think, I'll think the same." .Xll rigglttf' she saicl. "hut lay on me no hlame XX'hieh one l take. .Xre you agreetl, Sir Knigl1t?" l am, my wife," sairl he, "I think it right." ,Xll good," erietl she, "l'll he no longer loath, lfor lay my troth, l'll ehoose the lmest of lmoth. l'll he heautiful aml fair, but also goocl aml true Xs ever was wife sinee the worltl was new. l.ook at me now. for l'm fair as a Uueen ff. Xnyone living on this earth has seen. Xn honor to you, l will lie til l tlte, Xml that will lwe never. .X fairy am l, linehantetl hy Nlerlin, whose wrath l ineurrecl, llut you'ye broken his spell aml l'm free as a liirtlf' XXllt'll the Kniglit saw this, so great was his joy, l'hat he eaperetl arouml like any small hoy. lle caught her up in his arms, aml so happy were they lihat they ormleretl a feast for the verv next clay. l'he nohles all eame. There was feasting' aml laughtei Xml, in peaee in the eastle. they liyetl ever after. .X XX'ooflpeeker lit on a Sophomore! heatl .Xml settletl flown to tlrill .Xfter he hatl sat aml tlrilletl all flay lle finally lmroke his lnill. 'lllllit1Hl,lJliN .N li KUXY The A B C'S oi Milton High School Annette Rasmussen, '17. A is for .Xliee, there are two, you know: Yineent antl Blathie, one high ancl one low. B is for llert. with the lmlaekest of hair: To inishehave, he never would flare. C SlIllltlS for Catherine. Clarenee autl Clyde: Also for Clara. of lfreshmen the pricle. D is for Dorothy, best of her elassg llavicl. the jolly one, always will pass. Evelyn holcls up the banner for lf: .Xnrl liva. who pleasant always will he. F? Why, that's Fred, who's an artist for sure. lle is a Senior. therefore he looks so demure. G is for Gladys, two you will seep .-Xml as for the Georges, there are only three. H is for llarriet, tall as eau he: .Xml ll stancls for llarry, a 'lunior he. Irma's a lireshtnan, who always will stnileg lrene Clarke's like her. she smiles all the while. fs for our ilohns. three in number, XYhen they're near, none of us sluniher. K is for liisten antl Kittie Clarke: llappv anml jolly as any lark. L'S for l.oretta and l.eo. too: l-uev the right thing always will flo. M is for hlllllilll. the most popular girl: Nl's for Mark Shumway. also for Xlerle, P's for l'anl llolntes ancl l'aul lfinersong .Xlso for l'hvllis, who likes lots of fun. Relrla anrl Retta hoth start with lil Robert anml Rollanml bluniors are. Williztitt. the chatter-lmox, talks all tlav longg lX'inifrecl's lessons never are wrong. There are no ,X or Y's. so thev'll have to he niissul .Xncl Z staucls for Zanzinger. last of the list. -Ill 'l'IIli1i11I.l1IiN .XIQIQHXY Sanla's Radiaiorial Visit Paul Emerson, '15. up 'Ii XYXS thc CYCIIIIIQ' I1cI111'c L'I11'ist11111s. I 1'ccli11c1I i11 itll CZISQ' -ffl'-if ' t'lI1lII' c1111s11111i11g' ll IICXY IJl'2tIIlI of cig111's Zllltl 11I1s111'I1c1I i11 111c1lit11- ', tixc lctI1111'gy. with 111y 11c1I11I QXU'L'IllIlIC5 C2ll'CfllIIy 11I11cc1I 1111 thc d Iii ll, 1111111-1' SllI'f2lt'Q uf thc 1'111Ii11t111', scckiug to IlIlSOI'Il WIIZIT SUILIII I1c11t 1411. -I S211 111'11cf:c1I1-cl lIIL'l'Cfl'UlII. Um- 1-111I 11f thc 1'111Ii11t111' w11s t11stcfully Q .- IJL'1It't'IiC1I with f1111twc111', yvhich Illlfl I1cc11 s11s11cmIc1I 1111 it cztrlicr i11 thc L'X'L'IIIIItf I1y thc y111111gc1' g'CIIL'I'2lIIUIl. I w11s Cllgllgffl i11 c1111tc11111I11ti1111 11f thc s11I1i1-ct 1111-y11lc11t i11 thc mimls of 1-ycry1111c 11t such El timcf--tI1c Slllllll IAIIIIIS III2tllt'I'. XYI11-rc 11111l I11111' I1111l this 1111ivc1's11l UIISIUIII I1cc11mc cst11l1lisl1c1I lllly- 11'11y? XXVIII! IIJIKI I11-c11 s11 11l1sur1lly i11cIi11c1l 11s t11 111'ig'i1111tc such 1111 11I111111i1111l1lc l1I'SIL'lIk'l' 11s thc Iilling 11f L'IIIltII'L'lI'S SllICIiIIlg'S with IIIIIICZIIIIIY 1-1111fccti1111s llIItI usclcss tuys, ZIIIKI IIICII 4IL'CL'IYIIIg' thcm 11s 111 thcir s11111'cc? I 1'cc11lIc1l th11sc 1I11ys 11'hc11 11s It mcrc cI1iI1I I I1111I 1111tici1111tc1I thc 11r1'iv11I 11f Silillt Nick yi11 thc tire- lliillili. 1lIl1I 2lCt'tIl'1IlIlgIy. 11tt11cI1c1l llly I111sic1'y t11 thc IIHIIIIIC. 'I1IIQlI Illy 11ttc11ti1111 I't'X'L'I'IL'lI t11 thc f1111t1yc111' 11f Illy 1111stcrity 1Iis11l11yc1I hcforc mc 1111 thc 1'111li11t111'. 'Iil1ci1lc11 11ft1'yi11ggt11s11 st1'z1i11 It cI1iI1I's i11111g'i1111ti1111 11s to persu111lc him tI111t Sillllil tiI1111s VIIIIIII CIlIcI.s,:l' f1'11111 Zl 1'111Ii11t111'I 'I'hc c11st11111 l1111l I11-1-11 1111111'11111'i11tc i11 thc 1I:1ys 11f Ii1'c11I11ccs. I111t 111111' -it was 11rc1111stc1'1111sI S111l1l1-11ly 11l111yc tI1c 111-1'c1' cc11si11g' 1Ii11 11f 111lj11cc11t strcct c111' Ii11cs, I 1IL'IL'L'lk'lI It 111.-11' 5llllIIfI, 11 r11:1r, l11111Ic1' tI11111 21 l11c1111111tiye, s11mcwI111t 1'csc111I1li11g' tI1c cx- llilllsl 111' Il 11111t111'cyclc. cxccpt tI111t tl1c 1-x11l11si1111s t1111lc 11l11cc s11 Filllllllj' 11s t11 sccm I1:11'1lIy IIIlCI'IIIIllL'lII. II11stiIy. I 11'itl11I1'cw Illy li111I1s from their clc1'11tc1l 1lUSlLll'C lllltl 111'11ccc1Ic1I 111 thc 11'i111l1111' 111 i111'cstig11tc, .Xt tirst I L'0tlI1I 11c1'cci1'c IIOIIIIIIQ LlIl1lSll2lI. IIICII l1I'l'5k'IIlIy. :ts thc cl111m11' i11c1'c11sc1I, I 1lisccr11c1l It gigztntic lltltly tIL'SCCII4IIIIQ,1' f1'11111 IIIK' :1t11111s11I11'1'c 1li1'cctIy i11 f1'1111t of thc I11111sc. It w11s 1111 11i1'sI1i11! I c1111l1l 1111t f2llIlUIl'I 11'I111t mission such It ychiclc c1111l1I 1111ssil1ly have i11 this vicinity. 'I'hc llttlltll' cc11s1'1I its 1It'1lI'CIlIIIg' llllllllll. 5111111 I hc111'1I the 1111tsi1Ic I111sc111c11t 1I11111' 111' my h1111s1- 11111-11. 'IQIICII tI1c l111scmc11t steps c1'c11lcc1I 11s if ll 1111111Ic1'1111s Illltlf' y1'c1'c 1IL'St'QIllIIIIg'. IYI111 was it tI111t thus 1I11rc1I 111 IIlll'll1IL' i11t11 llly I11111s1- i11 thc 1Ic111I 111' thc night? I 111111s1:1l 11I't'C2tI'I1IlISIy. Xlillill sh1111I1l I 1l111 .Xss11iI tI1c IIIlI'lI1IL'I'. 111' x1'11s I1is i11t1'11si1111 j11stiIic1I. I s11tisIic1l mysclf l1y 111'1-s11111i11g th11t lJUl'IIlllJS it was Ullly thc j1111it111' 1'ct111'11i11g for some 11f his t1111Is. :tml 1'cs111111'1I Illy 111111'c 111' Icss c11111f111't11I1I1- 1111siti1111,-- '-" HW-t-1111-l1111i11g tht- 1-gitligmyr, .X s1111mI III2lIIII.L'SI01I itsclf 11s of s11111c1111c L'Ilg'1lg'L'1I i11 CIlL'I'gt.'lIC 1111111i1111l:1ti1111 11t' YIIIIIL' 1111tlct i11 IIIL' SICIIIII pipes. 'I'l11-11 thc1'c slowly f11lI1111'c1I ll l11I1111'i1111. "I11111111, l11111111, I11111111." Iik1-11 111111111, Illll thcs1111mlc111c1'gc1I fl'llIII thc 1'111Ii11t111'. llllll tl1c1'c 1v11s 11111 t11 Illj' IiIl0WIt'lIg'C Illly 111111111 i11 1li1'cct c111111cctio11 with tl1c stt-11111 1tIllL'S i11 tl1c l11IllSL'. SIIIIIIUIIII' IIIU 1':11Ii11t111' 11yc1' which I 11'11s f11l1Ic1I Ittdgllll 111 cmit It 11cc11li111' I 'lillli lltJl,l7liN .XKIQUXY 4l hiss unlike the familiar hut commonly ahsent silmilance of steam issuing' from the instrument. l'lainly no steam was emerging from the valve. Slowly a tleep hlue clourl of vapor proceeclecl therefrom. l ohservetl closely in hlank amazement. Suwlflenly the pumping sountl ceasetl. The cloutl hacl left the valve. lt tloatetl towartl the Floor. lt struck the lloor. lt-. l hesitate to relate what next took place. l have no reputation as a falsi- tier. antl my utmost tlesire is always to express myself truthfully, Sullice it to say then. that l hehelcl lmefore my eyes the process of the immecliate equipment of those stockings. 'l'hat vapor, magically or otherwise, was automatically transformerl into various toys, lfach cloutl resolvecl itself into an article of chilclhoorl tlelight. lfinally, all the stockings were tillerl hy this process. 'l'hen the lmusiness of tletaching the pump commencetl, Santa olihciating, l snpposexl. l tlecimlecl to investigate anal startecl towartl the floor of the hasement in great haste. llut my celerity proverl tlestructive. l omittetl the lirst two steps antl founrl myself tlescentling into space. Hut for some reason l fell very slowly anal with seeming great friction, The turhulenee in the pipes increaserl. anrl now seememl to he clirectly heneath me. lfinally my rlescent ceaserl. l looketl arouncl. bi- 1 Pk sr l was in a particularly uncomfortable position. My feet were on top of the ratliator. anml l was on the floor. The chair was tlirectly lmehintl ancl almove me. 'l'he stockings were still in recumhent positions on the racliator, awaiting n1y replenishment. 'Tonfountl those cigars," l solilotluizetl. f"l'hey're the greatest instigator of x isionary slumlmer l'vC yet run across," 4.2 'l'lllit1t1I.IJliN AXRIQHXY Jokes ".Iolin,"11slit'4l tcztclicr. "Xx'l11lllS1l synonym ?' 'TX synonym is tlic woril you use wlicn you t'z1n't spell tlic otlicr ons." .X jokc: Nl. ll. S. llziskct linll 'l'czun. Nlilmlrcil tin tlic I'CSl.lllll'lll'Ill : "l7cz1r1nc! l c11n't lintl my lllUlllll.u lit-ck: "l can l" lit-nnic: "NYli:tt :irc you ,going to flo when you grzuliizitc, l3url?" llutlz "l1c:t 'llztylorf' Xylint woultl linppcn if Nlr. llurlcy slioulrl stop talking' Ilgl'lL'lllllll'L' for tliru wliolc niinutcs? Nliss S.--ff"XYl1zit is tlic incztning of l'unic?' l loxvzml I l "XYc:tkly." Ruth slips on :ln icy walk. llitt: "t it-t up!" lf lficsliiiicii :irc flrccn. is Nlztc Xyliitc? Miss S. tln tlcrinzin clztssp---fliiitli, if you would pziy :tttt-ntion, l tliink tht lroys wotlltlfi lf tlic lCI1lllt'I'1lllll'L' in thc lfnglisli room tlroppcml to xt-ro. woulml tlynt lfrit-s? Wlizit woulfl you tlo if you lizul st million? Nothing. lf l'i'of xx.tntc4l at llclpcr. woulcl lflinky Doo? "tit-oi'gc." sztirl tt-:tclit-i'. "l :un glztfl to soc you :irc polite cnougli to otlti your sistvr tlic omngcs lirstf' "Yt-ssuni. 'vziust' tlicn slic's got to lic politc :intl tztkc tlic little ont-." lf :ill thc wells slioultl go tlry. would llcrt lic Xlittcriiiztii? JXX 43 'Vllli titJl.lJliN ,-XRIU ' ,lack Snycler--"Dill yon reacl alwoit the fiermitns not wanting, t tnnul XX 1 termelon F" lrene S.-"No! XX'hy clon't they like it?" .lack-"'l'l1ey want to eat it on the Rhine. trincl.l ESSAY ON MEN. fXlen are what women marry. They clrink and smoke ancl mu ll 1 co go to elnireh. Perhaps if they wore honnets they woulcl. lhu L int logical than women and also more zoologieal. lioth men anal xyomtn N mn fr from monkeys. hut the women s mrtiiw' farther than the men. . tw Iiill Cl.--"lJiml you hear about the liermans not letting the Unite Stl x ship any apples to them?', ,lrene l'f"No! XX'hy woulmln't they?" Hill Lf---f"lleeattse they were afrairl they'cl he Northern Spie I JUST A NOTE. ,-X little paper, .X little ink, .X little girl XX'ho rlitln't think. 4X little tossing, .AX little thump, AX little lmoy lt hit, kerlmnmp. .X little teacher, .-X little stare, ,X little worcl, ,-Xs if in prayer. A-X little worry, .-X little weep, .X small recl mark, 'llheyknre are cheap. .Xn angry mother, pXn irate mlacl, .-X trembling tlaughter Now ain't it sacl? 44 'I'lll-1 tLtJl,lJl-1X ,XRIUJXX DAILY FOOD FROM FRESHMEN THEMES. Slit- was iiiitltllt--ztgctl, fztir ltmlqing' :mtl tt-iitlt-r. XX'ht-n il sttuppt-tl siitmwiiig' trztiiis ptishcrl tm lllftlllgll tht- lllII1lbL'l'llIg' town. llt- ftmntl smiit- mict- iii tht- trztps which wt-rt- still :tlivt-. .Xftt-r t-:ating :1 hitt- tht- trztin stxtrtt-tl t':tt't'yilig tht- htmys with it. 'l'ht- lzimh lutiltt-tl fritflitt-tit-tl :mtl sztitl. "l'wm' lilllt- thing' Cmnt' ht'rt-.' Slit- was frt-t'klt-tl :mtl hzul :t llllggf' liltt- must- xvhitih mxttlt- ht-r look t-x tit'mt-lx' iiikix izitirt-. , .Xftt-r ht-intl sit-lt fur zt ltmiigtimt- sht- s1ill't-rt-tl:tt'twll:tpst-. 'l'ht- tit-iglilitws tutrrit-tl him in in paints. L'nlt-ritlgt- was :t lint- muh ht- wzts htmriit- in ,Xttt-rx' St. Xlztrx' l9t-x't'nshirt- l77 tml ht- clit-tl rt-ri' yutiiigg frtnn liquors that ht- ttst-tl XYllL'll ht- was uint- yt-:trs tif tt t- his fzttht-r rlit-tl. llt- was :t vcry hzttl opium tlriiilct-r. mit- yr. l:ttt-1' ht' mm tht ftmt- uf his lift- writing Silas Al1ll'llCl'. llt- ft-lt gtntutl for tht- nt-xt txx'tiyt':ti's.:1til 'mutt' :t littlt- tnurt- put-try. hut ht- quit-tly tlit-tl iii his litnmt-. l.:1tmt't-ltit sultcrs g'rc:tt hnrflship iii tiglitiiig with his t'tmst'1t-nt't- :mtl hzts h thit rnft'St'1tlbll1g frtnm tht- st't-nt-s. THE ANGELIC CHARACTER OF SENIORS. Xliiigs nrt- :tll that sciiiurs lzttilt tif ht-ing :mgt-ls. 'liht-5' xtrt- titwl t-:tsily lttl inttu tt-mptzttitms. 'l'ht'y 1it'i't'r tltm what tht-5' shtutiltl hut. 'liht-y nrt- :tlwztxs stuhtr, t'tmst'it-ntiutts. ztmhitititis. :mtl tliligt-iit. 'liht-5' look tiptm zt wliispt-rin, stlplimntwt- tn' :t giggling junior with scorii :mtl iiitlignzttitm. lf Il tt-:tt'ht-r lt-:tv t- rtnmi. tht- st-nitsrs to :ill :tppt-:tr:uit't-s ilu tiul kiitvw it. tm glzuiriiig tart-r tht st-mhly rmmi mit- t':tii ztlwztys toll tht- st-iiitirs hy tht-ir tlt-ctrrum. 'liht-5' lit-vti Qlvt' way to zuitgt-r Ivy t-xptvsttilzttitms. llmztrs :mtl l'riiit'c tXlht-rt nrt' Slfilllgt tt: tht-ir lmrltt-ts. 'l'ht- truly tiint- :1 st-him' ltmtilcs tip from his hunk is tu rt-print t lmrt-i' t'l2.SSfllIZlll fur Html stiitlximg, 'l'ht-x' ztrt- :i ht-lp ttr tht- tt-:tt'ht-rs, zi sustztiii g ttirvt- tw tht- 1irli1t'ipztl. :mtl at gtmtl cxztmplt- tu ztll. 'l'llli4111l.lJlCN,XIQIUJXY 45 High School Calendar 1Xllg'llSl' .ll Scliool opens. St'lllCl1ll7L'l'- -- .5 3 4 -lf 7 lll ll l7 Zo 21 25 Zh 4 l1'11 1 2 N l l l l 20 Z3 23 .ll Not' .3 4 5 I1 ll 1.2 I3 l3 l-1 llx I7 27 31 l 30 l"resl1111:111 social. t'111'tis electetl captain of lmaselmall team. Class scrap. blct. Y. Xl. tl. .'X. defeats Milton llllll' 5-l. New lalmoratory cases iustalleml. liirtlltlay party at ll:1ppy's. Seniors removetl from alcove. Stlllll.-.llllllllf mlog roast at l!owe1"s Lake. elasses meet a114l elect otticers. l:I'0SlllIl2lll xviener roast. two mlogs are missing from town. Milton College tlefeats Xl, ll. S. 4-1. Llessie l'ost ClllL'I'l1llllS l:l'CSlll1l6Il. mlmef- - ll, S. lfair. Hig success. 'llt'1lL'llCI"S visiting rlay. Nothing tloing since tlte faiVsstunly--1-stufly-Yetc. llasket llall girls organize. lloys l.llCl'2ll'y Society meets :1111l elects ollicers. tiirls l.lfCl'llI'y Society meets 111111 eleets otlicers. Class lmasket lmall tlnals. Se11io1's Zllltl .llllllUI'S 1'eceix'erl tirst :1111l secoml places llowell lqillltliblfill electetl captaiii Hasket Hall Team. hlllllltil' class party at Katlteritte Q.llJll'liC'S. L'lllliCl'f- lloys Society elects otlicers. llolpo party x'icto1'io11s. Xlr. llurley, Miss Fries Zllltl Senior class visit Alct. I7lt'llll'L' show. Sopltontores e11te1'tai11e1l at llarriet llCyllUlllS. II. S. faculty atteml teaclters' t'Ul1Yt'Illl0l1 i11 Xlilwatiliee. Smitl: lJ2lIlll'llll lecture. "Nuff said." .Xg'l'lL'Lllll1I't' classes atte11rl corn contest 4 it 111 ,lz111esx'ille. Cole Sltoles entertaineml Il few of his ll. S. friencls. l'l1ysics class atteitclecl lecture by lJ1'. Hailey in college cltapel. llasket social i11 ll. S. llllillllllg, Xtlto saiml there was graft? l'illSSillg licenses went Ull sale at ollice. State lnspector tioclclarcl visitetl us. Nina ll2lSlilIlS witl1rl1'e11'. XYi1111if1'e1l ljt'k'lil11lIl1 e11te1'e1l as a hllllllllf. l'1'of. XX'illm11r gave pltysieal k'Illllll'6 lecture. Step! step! step! 4o 'l'llliti1Jl.lDliN .XKRUXX lJL't'l'IlllJt'l'f l 'I'ln'ee new tzllmles instulletl in Science Room. 2 lietternient Society orgztnizeml by lmoys. N Prof. Chase. inspector, visitecl us. 'J l5o:u'tl put on storm winclows. 10 l.itei'ztry societies lizul :1 successful joint meeting. 10 tlirls electeml Klztrion l.ee lmsketlmztll cztptztin. 14 liroze out. 17 Miss Mona Lovell recently weclclecl. IH Xvlltilllllll for tvvo weeks. 19 ll. S. li1lSliL'l llztll teznn rezunetl lmy alumni. 31 Ye nierrie vvzttcliers party at llztppy's. hlllllllllfy-' U liusserino :lt l':tckev's. ll-12 lfxznns. l-l lloztrtl visits school. to -lnniors entertninecl :it t'r:1nml:1ll's. 10 tlirls of ltonnml 'llztlmle elect ollicers. 21 l'rof. llnrr of lleloit gives talk. 23 Soplls tztlce in .Xpollo :tt ulzmesville. Zo Milton tlefezttetl Inv l':1ln1yra 130-23l. 21+ Klr. Stzicev tlelnonstrzltes Il lantern. i l'eln'u:n'v- - l lfourtli veztr :tgrics orgzmnize cow testing' association 2 'loint meeting of l.iter:1ry societies. 4 Milton tlefezlterl luv lit. .Xtkinson 432-207. ll , , l'rof. Dlznnes, L- XX .. gave tztlk. 15 Seniors entertzninetl liv Misses lfries :intl Sztxton. ltr Xlilton clefezttetl Monticello 122-l5l. IN ll. S. orcllestrzt 1ll'tj'2llllZt'tl. lf? tiolrlen .Xrrovv stztll' electetl. 22 Yztczttion, 29 liresliies entertztinerl :it lQice's. 20 l'iflt,1Cl'lllll tlefezltecl Milton. iNl:n'cli 3 Milton ll. S. ilefezttefl 'l'ovvn teznn. 5 Nlilton 22. lit. .Xtlqinson 17. li-lfv lzxunis. 17-IN Tournziinent. 25 'liztlk to ll. S. lay l'res. llztluncl. 27 lireeze out pztrtv :it givin. 27 Yzlczltion. 20 lligli Scliool social. X111 111 lluys start Imxlsclmll. Scnim' play, Rig succcss. 'liL'lllliS club Ul'g1llliZL'4l. Seniors rcinstzltccl in zllcovc Vlllillyfll 10. Milton 4. 'l'IIlC i.HI.lJl.N ,XI Qlii -IN 'I'lllft1IIlIDl'.N .XIQIUIXV Announcement III' XlIltIIII Iligh NIIIIIII IIIII-rs tltru' t'IIIII'sn's III sttttlyg the Sriciitttir, whivh IIIVIIIIII-S tvxn yI':II'N livi- IIIIIII :Intl t'IItII It-:Irs III' St'iI-Iicvg :IIIII thx' Iingliih whicli IItfcI's IIIIIV IIIIL' IIIIit -If fIII'uigII l:IIIgil1lIll' . - " : "ng tlwt is-Ives for Srivntitil .IIIII IIIIII Inns IIIIIIM III tII.IIIIt.Il .Xginttltnu I5 IIHINII IIII IIIIINI IIIIIIIII I I lzttniing. Ut thI sivtu-II units nt' work in tht- high QVIIIIIII, tha- t'IIllIIwing tvn unite fXll'S'l' III- IItl'I-I1-tl tIII I'IItt:IlII:' tII I'IIllx'gt'I Nl:ItlIn-In:IliI'5 tAlpIIIII:l I. tim-IIIII1-tt'w IL., l'IIgIIxh IRIII-tmlt' I lltI'I"II'v II IIINIIIIW t'XIII'II'nt llietnrx' I III' XIcIlI:n'v:II I ,J units ,,,..,,,.2 units IIIII NIIIIII-I-II llistury I, III' Iiiiglir-II Ilihtnry Il ..,YYY,.. YYYY4 I tlllll SI'icIII'I' tlIIIt:III5 LIIIII l'hysic:Il III-IIgI':IlIIIy I. 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III :Ill I':Isl's thx- cr:-vlit tII III' gin-II will llc Iln't0I'IIiiIIcIl hy thu tII'iIII'itI:Il, Ix'hII I'IwI'I'i.'c'S thc right III IIIIIIIII :III5 I-tItIil III IIIIINIII- Nttnliz-N in Ihr I-ighth I1I':IIle Ixhz-II fnunul III-ticicnt iII tliuu' sIIlIjI-vtw GOOD PRINTING This issue of the Golden Arrow is the product of our plant IN-INININININQININININAJN Davis Printing Conlpany NIILTUN, WVISCUNSIN l , l l l Select a place to buy your Clothing and Furnishings Select a place to buy your clothing and furnishirgs where you will receive attention that is worthy of your patronageg each sal: made at our store musl br rorrrf! or your money goes back to you without question. We handle only the best makes, are very careful of errors and once you make a purchase from us-you will always remember the Halverson Bros. Co.,-they stand for quality and a square deal. Halverson Brothers Co. 79-si Main street ' WHITEWATER, wis, ll MILTON COLLEGE Milton, Wisccmnsin 1915-1916 First Semester opens September 9, 1915 A College ol liberal training lor young men and women. Enlarged Faculty. New and lmproverl Equipment lor Science. New Gymnasinm. Resident Physical Direclor. For catalogues and inlormalion addirss Rev. William C. Daland, D. D. President City Barber Shop Milton, Wis. We Ziff? llC1'C l0 1118356 YOU. A poriion ol your lratle is respecllully soliciled WILL H. CRANDALL. Prop. Little Albert Plain and Fancy, S1 81. 351.50 Ollire Hours: 12 A. M. lo I2 A. M. v'1':i E. R. Cleland Plumbing, Heating, Lighting l'hone 362 Seventh-clay Baptist C I h u rch MILTON, wisc:oNsiN REV. LESTER C. RANDOLPH. D. D.. Pastor Sabbath eve service, Friday. ......... 7:45 p. m. Sabbath School: Seventh-day. . . . ..... 10:00 a. m Morning worship and preaching .. . .. H100 aa. m. Boys' junior ......... ............. 2 :l5 p, m. Girls' junior .... .. . .... 1:00 p. rn. C. E. Prayer Meeting ... .. . . 4101? Ap. m, lVlen's Brotherhood meets first and third lhurs- d l h h 7 45 ay 0 eac mont al . p.ru. Everyone is cordially invited to these services. "THE RELIABLE KIND" Mehlin Gram:Richsteig NEW NUMB Starck SEWING PIANOS MACHINES E. D. BLISS B. F. WOOD JEWELER Headquarters for Watches and Watch Repairing Old Violins and Fixtures WHITEWATER, - WIS. . DR. G. E. CROSLEY MILTON OFFICE SOUTH OF BANK PHONE 52 OFFICE HOURSI 7230 - 8200 A M. 1100 - 2200 P. M. 6100 - 7200 P. M. ' IW'-' 'III"III"III'II'I"I 'I I , ,,w,1,II I I THIS SPACE RESERVED FOR W. Winch Bc Son REAL ESTATE Milton Junction, Wis. N. LOWTH ER Contractor of aII kinds of Mason VVork Brick Work :1 Specialty Estimates Furnished Promptly MILTON, - WISCONSIN Crosby 61 Waterman ...DEALERS lN.... Farm Implements, Fullerfl Johnson Gas Engines, Cali- i F' 86 way Milking Machines, Wind- mills, Stock Tanks,Janesville General Buggies, Mandt Wa g o n s , i . Binder Twine. Merchandlse Repairing of all kinds Phone 23 MILTON. WIS. Shoe Store of a Different Kind The leaps our store has taken into the front rank of popular favor, is ample proof of several things. Among them the paramount idea is of the superior quality of our shoe- istry: rapid strides are not made in any business enterprise, unless the articles are of unquestionable worth. Then our methods of doing business are peculiar to this store, each cus- tomer is treated in such a manner that he realizes the personal interest we take in each sale. We know that shoe buying is not universal and your needs are not like your neighbors. We wish you to try this store for your next pair of shoes, for we feel sure that one triii will give the desire to try us again. Halverson-McGraw Co. Sellers ol Smart Shoes 79-81 Main Sireel WHITEWATER, WIS. it www ,i y 1 mimiw1111miil1yi:wiWli'v",iwi i vi wimiwimwvwg',Vwi1wi1i1iiayliiii-g'wgj'l'j-g: The Proof of the Pudding is in the Eating Don't forget that Holmesfl Son are Sole Agents in Milton for Else's Celebrated Ice Cream. None better made. Always have it in any style or quantity. We also aim to keep the finest line of Fresh Fruits in town. A full supply of Staple and Fancy Groceries al- ways on hand. E. A. HOLMES 62 SON !'Hl7.Yl:' fl Use Electricity A SAFEST - BEST MGST EFFICIENT Milton Water Light 8: Power vi1oNla fm C Hall :Q Johnson l"lRliS'l'UNH 'l'lRHS AND ALL KINDS OF Automobile Accessories RICPAIRINC A SPECIALTY MILTON - WISCONSIN PATRONIZE G old e 11 A r r o w Advertisers VV. W. CLARKE l-DEALER lN-- a -I Books, Stationery, and Fancy Goods. Trunks, Bags, Cigars and Tobacco. Orr-:cl PHONE 63 Rss. PHONE 602 DR. L. M.'f BABCOCK D. D.S MILTON or ce ou s B 11A M 1 4P M. WISCONSIN T. A. Saunders 8: Son DIQALI-QRS IN I ,Il mbcr and Coal MILTON, WISCONSIN III,1 II I IIIIIII I I IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII IIII IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 'III' 'II 'III IIII IIIIIIIIIII' II N. W. CROSLEY Always has in stock a full line of STAPLE GROCERIES CANNED GOODS FRESH FRUIT CANDIES OVERALLS JACKETS SHIRTS, ETC. GIVE US A TRIAL Phone No. 251 CORRECT STYLES IN SMART CLOTHES are to be had at this store. The high quality of our mer- chandise also is beyond dispute. KAMPUS K LOTI-IES is represented here. Yet you pay no higher prices here than you would for inferior grades elsewhere. Select your Spring Suit today. The values we are offering are unexcelled at Sl5.00, 820.00 and 325.00 E. F. SEEGER 85 SONS D. P. MCWILLIAM HARNESS, TRUNKS, SUITCASES AND PAINTS REPAIRING DONE PROMPTLY AND NEATLY B. J. CURTIS 84 SON -em-BREEDERS or:- PARTRIDGE WYANDOTTES Eggs and stock In season MIL-roN, - - wiscomsw il". Vx ihl lllul' 1' ll. TMNT!" . I ,will ,.' """' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 r 11 1 111111111111111111111111111 11 1 1 1 11111 1 1 1 1 1 MILTON BAKERY H. PIETERS, Proprietor WE SERVE LUNCHES Afineline of candies of all styles. Jumbo and Salted peanuts roasted fresh every day A COMPLETE LINE OF BAKERY GOODS Ice cold soft drinks and Ice Cream GIVE Us A TRIAL WE DELIVER ORDERS Phone 252 111 11111 11112111 11111111111111:111111111111111l1111111111111111111 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 I' ' 1'11111111111111111111111111111111111111W11111111111111111111111'111"11' 1' 1' 1.l.1l1111111111 11'111"11 1' MILLINERY POTTED PLANTS ORDERS TAKEN FOR CUT FLOWERS ANDERSON 8: SHUMWAY MILTON, wus. CLARKE BLDG. PHONE 254 ' 1 1 1 1'1l111111l1 1 ' 11111ll1 111l1l11lI11111111 1 111 11111 1111111111111111111'1 11111111111111111 1111111111111111111 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111'1 SMITH 8r HOLMES srocn BUYERS Phone 1201 WE HA VE CoML ro STAX White House Barber Shop You will have to scratch to match our Artistic Hair Cuts and our Velvety Shaves GIVE US A TRIAL AND YOU WILL COME AGAIN A. WECKWIRTH AGENTS FOR Milton Steam Laundry Electric Shoe Repairing, Janesville F. Wurms, Tailoring, Janesville H. B. CRANDALL MEAT MARKET FRICSH AND S.-XI,'l'HlD MHATS ' We also carry a line of canned goods excelled by none Oysters and Fish in Season. Choice Cheese and Dill Pickles All orders delivered that are sent in before 8:30 A. M. Both Phones: 21 or 73 W. P. CLARKE FINE PERFUMES and 'l'OII,ICT ARTICLES PURE CONFIQCTIONERY, SPICES. AND FLAVORING HXTRACTS I,MH'I1NUIWIIU1' 'I""1 U'1"I'1IHlNIIIIILIIW Uh mf1I11WIIIIIIIIIIIHWIHWI"1II"'1xmu v 1, w'uI1'iI"NH' , fd THERE'S PEP IN OUR PENNANTS It THERE'S CLASS TO OUR CLASS RINGS AND PINS C. F. G E S L E R Agentfor UNION EIVIBLEIVI CO. WABASH PENNANT CO. All kinds of emblem work. Samples on request. Latest styles. Phone 794 "'l"l"P'l""C'NV1ti1Hi'NNmMHNtHH1HH1""WW' " 1 ' , HNiilllW1'lHH1lllllll' l .E fW1''WWlINI11lllUWl.Wl'l"!1l" " VV 1'i..Hl1'l'l'3llllii!f:.lI1ilillli 1 qlwH""'v BRIGHTEN UP! With Sherwin:Williams Paints and Varnishes You may have for the asking the expert know- ledge of The Sherwin-Williams Co., the largest manufacturers of high class Paints and Varnishes in the world. A special paint or finish for every purpose in or about the home. CHINANIEL-'The Great Chinese Oil Varnish. Most durableffeasiest of application. Made in several colors in imitation of natural wood. Good for Hoors, woodwork, carriages, automobiles, etc. 0'CEDAR OIL MOPS and 0'CEDAR OIL ALL KINDS OF HARDWARE W. B. NIAXSON MILTON LIVERY STABLE 7 if X ii ju W J M ji .M 1-5,5 X X . ?xxt,. .,? in gg X 9 ali Xx ANDERSON 81 ARRINGTOV, Proprietors Finest Rigs Lowest Prices THE PICTURE SHOPS Milton and Milton Junction ININJNJNININQININIXININIX PoR'1'RA1'rs by PHo'roGRAPHY IQNAJNJNJNQININJNININIK Amateur Finishing Films and Plates developed by hand and Prints made in the standard finish with white line border. Personal attention. AINININININQIWNIN-GININ Mark A. Richardson Phone 1291


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