Morgan Park High School - Empehi Yearbook (Chicago, IL)
- Class of 1929
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TO OUR FRIENDS5 PARENTS
This book, boys and girls, is dedicated to yourparents, who are watching
your progress with anxious devotion, never failing loyalty, and an eager will-
ingness- to make any sacrifice for your good, to the end that you may grow
to be useful members of society. The dedication of this year book to them
is an acknowledgment, on our part, of the encouragement and invaluable aid
they have given us in our endeavor to "bend the twig as the tree should
In this day and generation, when most "chicks believe themselves wiser
than the hens," if I may make use of an old adage, it may not be out of
place to remind you that your parents are your best friends. Hold them and
their counsels ever dear to your hearts! '
Parents, this school is the play ground and the work shop of your chil-
dren. Thus it is a most important part of your home and is yours from
top to bottom.
'It is, indeed, your grave responsibility, and your greatiprivilege as well,
to keep this "home" iniorder. Remember that you are always' more, than
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Z MEMBERS OF THE FACULTY
E WILLIAM SCHOCH, Principal
l GEORGE G. LORENTZ 'KCORA E. PETTY LILLIAN CONDIT
A Assistant Principal Dean of Girlsj Latin Acting Dean,' English
. Lucy E. Babcock Zoology
, Richard Beardsley .Mathematics y
Bernice Bell Mnsic
' Bessie Bell General Science
Marie Bellinghausen French, Spanish, German
Margaret Brown L Spanish
William B. Calkins Commercial S nbjects
'Q M. Meroe Conlan French, Latin
It Loretto Delahunt History
X E. Ellen Fuhrman English
lv Jennie M. Gahl Physical Edncation
Arthur R. Gay Physics, Vocations
y Helen Greenfield Sewing
'T Lewis L. Hall Chemistry, General Science
Guy Hartle Band, Orchestra
" Harriet Arthur Hecht Latin
l Mary F. Holland Spanish, English
Edna B. Hotchkiss Drawing
. Curtis Hunter Mechanical Arts
i Irma Kimmel English, Oral Expression
3 Rosalie Kurz Physical Eclncation
Elsie R. Larson M nsic, English
5 Mary D. Livingston English, History
l Eugenie M. Mackin Civics, Economics, Vocations
A Annie Manz English, Commercial Geography
, Robert E. Maysack Filing, Commercial Arithmetic
l Bertha A. Miller History
5 Ruth Mills Commercial S nb jects
f jane Milton M athematics
Genevieve Monsch Botany, Mathematics
V Dorothy E. Morrin Ojjice Assistant
. Ida M. Nicely Ge'neral Science
E Lawrence E. Olsen Mechanical Drawing, Mathematics
, Henry E, Pam-Qtt Military Training
+ Ada V. Pearsall H onsehold Science
T Bernard Peterson Physical Edncation
K iflrene M. Peterson English .
Mary Rogers Commercial S nbjects
lg Claribel Sheehy Drawing
I Margaret Sturgeon English, fonrnalism
l Mary E. Thompson History
i Dick Tweedie Physical Edncation
Laura Walter llflIl'hfE1'l'llZl'iCS
E Helen Behm Librarian
l Francis Hartley, Florence T reulich Assistant Librarians
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A MESSAGE TO THE STUDENTS
You, now, are the students of Morgan Park High School. A year ago, I
was a student there and was just completing some of the happiest years of my
life. It is you, now, who are going to make the Morgan Park of the future-are
you going to make it a better school or are you going to shirk your task? It is
your responsibility. Morgan Park has the reputation for being a friendly school,
a school where everyone knows his fellow students, a school where all work and
cooperate to make their Alma Mater one with a long list of achievements--a
school, most of all, that they are proud of and love.
Dean B. G. Nelson of the University of Chicago was told by one of the
teachers who used to substitute in the high schools, that of all the high schools
in Chicago, Morgan Park was the one that impressed her most and which she
liked the best. She was impressed by the fine class of students there, and by
their friendliness, and school spirit. That is the reputation that your school has.
Are you going to carry on? I adjure you-you must want to. From Morgan
Park you will get ideals, love of truth, appreciation of beauty and good music-
those ideals will remain with you throughout your life and shape your future
I owe much to Morgan Park and realize it. I look back with love and a
memory of good teachers, cheerful fellow students, and happy times. It was a
place of preparation-now in college I am putting into practice the things taught
me in high school.
I am wishing you love of your school, a spirit to work, and most of all,
my former fellow students of Empehi, I wish you the best luck in the world.
Editor-in-Chief, 1928 Empehi,
University of Chicago.
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THE VOICE OF THE ALUMNI
CHARLES BAKER Denison University
Phi Gamma Delta A
"If you are looking for an ideal small college, come down to Denison and join
the rest of us. I am having a wonderful time' down here among all my friends. Good
luck, Empehi, and lots of it."
ROBERT CLARK University of Michigan
"Congratulations on the '29 Annual. When better Annuals are printed, Empehi
will print them."
M4ARGERY LILLY University of Chicago
"Hello folks at Empehi! Don't make that mistake in high school of thinking
that Chicago just isn't a place where you can have' fun, a place that doesn't rate! It is
said to be very hard but it isn't! And they say, too, that our football team is the worst
there is, but it isn't! Really, the University of Chicago is the best place there is!"
LEE DAVIS Northwestern
Monocoan Fraternity A
"Howdy, how is everybody? You all may have your choice but Northwestern
is THE school. '
"I should like to spend my last days at Empehi again, however, especially on the
basketball floor, but Northwestern has a basketball floor, too, which I tried out on
the freshman squad and hope to try on the varsity.
"Here's to your future luck."
RUTH VAN DYKE Hope College
"Hello, everybody! Congratulations for all the wonderful things you have
accomplished this year. I can't imagine that I have been an alumnus for so long and
wish many times to be back at Morgan Park. But college is another wonderful ex-
perience. Empehi is THE school, though, and when you are all out you, too, will
be proud alumni."
JACK THOMPSON Bradley
"Hello, everyone. H ow's everything? I hear that M. P. is going strong this
year. More power to you. In choosing your school next year don't forget Bradley.
I t's a great place."
FRANK C. SPECHT Business
"Hello, everybody. Best of luck to the class of '29, It seems good to be back to
Empehi, if only on a printed page. I sure wish I was there in person. Congratulations
and sincere' wishes for a successful future."
WALLACE DRUECK Crane College
"Hello, fellows-Crane is still the' city. That's the only trouble with it, it is too
near home to be comfortable. Best of luck !"
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HERBERT FRIEL L'nive1'sity of Michigan
"It wasn't until I graduated that I realized how proud I was of Morgan Park.
My bgst wishes to all of you for great success in 'all your undertakings in future
NlARGARET HEPPES Rockford College
"Hi, folks. Howdy. How about coming to Rockford? It's a great school-
for eating! We wish you plenty of luck and you'll surely need it, wot we mean!
Hope we'll see you all next year at the right place-Rockford."-
ALLEN FLAGLER Denison University
Phi Gamma Delta - '
"If you're looking for a school with a lot of pep and spirit, come down to
Denison. Best wishes to the class of '29."
FLORENCE MCCULLAGH University of Chicago
"Although the U. of C. is a wonderful school and I am very glad to.be there,
I always welcome an opportunity toreturn to Empehi for a visit.. The longer I am
away, the more strongly I believe in the old saying: 'Absence makes the heart grow
WALLACE MICKELBERRY University of Illinois
Alpha Delta Phi
V "fust a few words of greeting to my friends at Illorgan Park. I hope to see
many of you down here next fall because I don't want to see your' education ruined
after you havereceived such a' good start by struggling through four years at
Empehif' ' -
CAROL RAMEVR Monmouth College
"Naturally anyone first going to college is homesick, but Monmouth is a pretty
keen place to make you forget that. I wish all of you who are graduating from
Empehi the best of luck, and I should love to see several of you down here."
ROBERT PALMER Northwestern
"I-Iello, gang! Tex, Hank, and Wes, and I have it all worked out that the only
real remedy for the extremely sad business of leaving Empehi for the last time is to
do the sameaet all over again at N. U. That doesn't mean just the journalists, either,
but all of you! See you later."
GERRIT DANGREMOND Crane Junior College
"Hello everybody! Were it but original with me, I would say-'On behalf of
the class of '28, I extend my sincerest congratulations upon your struggling through
a year without our class.' Congratulations on your many achievements, and best
of luck to the classes of '29."
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ROBERT LEE University of Illinois
Delta Alpha Epsilon
"I-Iello, children. Work hard in high school and then you can have a wonderful
tirne in college."
DOROTHY ADAMS Dancing Teacher
" 'Absence rnakes the heart grow fonde'r', and, dear old Morgan Park, that is
true. If I were given a wish it would be that I could be just starting with you again.
Best of luck!"
THEODORE HERR Employee of Consumers Sanitary Coffee and Butter Stores
"Hello, everyone. I have been in the business world for one long year and still
say that Morgan Park is a great place. More power to the football squad for next
season, and to you fellows who lack stat-ure, I'ni sure' that you will be able to find
great quantities of brawn building "Cornflakes" in your nearest C onsurners S tore.
M ay I congratulate the class of '29 and may your future hold nothing but success."
ADDALAIGN MORGAN University of Alabama
Alpha Gamma Delta
" 'Hey everyone, how do you do? That's all you'll hear if you corne to Ala-
barna. I hope you all wh.o love a good school with plenty of 'it' will corne South, for
you surely can have a good time."
DOROTHY DIEMER Chicago Normal
"Say, it's awful to spend rny days so close to Parker. Here's wishing you the best
of luck in every ganie you play."
CHARLES DOERR Notre Dame
"Howdy, everyone. Best wishes to everybody at Einpehi. Think of Notre
Darne when choosing your next school, fellows. We welcorne' you and wish to see
more fellows frorn Ernpehfi in our ranks next Septernber."
RUTH GARDENER University of Illinois
"Hello, everybody. If you're planning to go to college, the best school on earth,
next to Morgan Park, is Illinoisll'
EDWIN CHAMBERS University of Ohio
"Greetings to Morgan Park frorn the Ohio State University where you find the
culture of the East and the spirit of the lVest." .
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Seniors! The very word suggests a multi-
tude of thoughts, pleasant memories of the
past, hopeful eagerness for the future, and
yet an indescribable longing to stay right here
at Empehi and enjoy to its fullest extent that
happiness which seems only to have begun.
What a curious mixture of emotions we are
conscious of as graduation time draws near!
At one moment comes the realization that we
have reached the top after a long struggle, and
the satisfaction of looking down from an ele-
vated height, with something of the feeling
that an emperor has when surveying his realm
for the first time. The ideals towards which
we have successfully climbed, we now leave
for others to attain. But when we look ahead,
all that feeling of security and self-confidence
leaves us, and, like fledgelings about to make
their first feeble flight, we look timidly around,
half afraid to leave the home which has so
long sheltered us. But then, after our wings
have become strong, and we are successfully
on our way, we shall look back with pleasure
at our senior days in high school when we
were at the same time emperors and fledge-
-Helen Morgan, '29.
It pi February Graduates
'BRUCE LADD President
A.3 R. O. T. C. I, 2, 3, 43 Cadet Captain3
Baseball 43 Football 43 Room Chairman 33 Tau
Epsilon 4Q Emblem Club 4j Civic Committee 33
Interclass Football 33 Management Committee 33
Senior Class President.
Tall, good-looking capable, and eficient is our
class presidentg besides, we would rate him among
the 'worlds prize teases.
BEATRICE EAGLE Vice-President "Beane"
S. A.3 Management Committee I, 23 Civic Com-
mittee 43 Social Committee 43 Nominating Com-
mittee 43 Class Vice-President 45 Girl Reserves
I, 2, 3, 43 Snanish Club 43 Equestrian Club 43
Tau Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3, 41 'Tulip
Time" 33 "Pickles" 43 Interclass Basketball 3.
Beatie is tiny, 'vivaciou.v, witty, and gayj a musician,
f'7l excellent student, with a host of friendsg and
aside from all this is our most representative girl.
MARION JORDAN Secretary
S. A.3 Tau Epsilon 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Room
Treasurer 41 Girl Reserves 3, 41 Room Secretary 33
Secretary of Senior Class.
Parker junior High CRANE JUNIOR COLLEGE
A dainty and petite maiden whose slightness of
.stature would be a poor nieasnrement for her place
at the head of the class scholastically.
NORMAN SILVER Treasurer "Norm"
S. A.3 Management Committee 2Q Tau Epsilon 23
Room Treasurer IQ Annual Collector 2, 33 R. O.
T. C. 1, 2, 33 Botany Club 23 Spanish Club 21
Slide Rule Club 43 Physics Club 43 Winter Sports
Club 3, 43 Interclass Basketball 2, 43 Interroom
Basketball 33 Interclass Football 33 Interclass
Baseball 21 Swimming Team 2, 3, 43 Interclass
Swimming SQ Chairman Budget Committ-ee 43
Class Treasurer 4.
Norman is a zfaluable friend, a good student, al-
ways dependable and pleasant.
EVELYN JOHNSON Annual Representative
S. A.3 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 43 Cabinet 3, 43 Tau
Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 43 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 43 President
33 'iDaughters of Men" 2Q "Hurry, Hurry, Hurry"
41 Board of Control 33 Empehi News Staff 43
Annual Staff 4.
Ezfelyn, one of the fairest of the fair, is both
charming and dignified. Her outstanding dramatic
triumph, her literary talent, and her executive ability,
have made her both well-known and well-liked.
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S. A.5 Board of Control 45 Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 45
R. O. T. C. 2, 3, 45 Empehi News, Literary Editor
3, 45 Annual Staff 45 Spanish Club, Secretary,
Vice-President, President 3, 45 Dramatic Clubg
"Hurry, Hurry, Hurry" 45 Science Club 35 Botany
Club 35 Book Club 4.
Foremost in Spanish, high in scholastic standingg
with an ever present sense of humor and a feeling
for the dramatic that has made him known to every
student at Empehi.
S. A5 Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 45 Folk Dancing I.
Arlington CHICAGO MUSICAL CoLLEc12
Gladys' lovely brown eyes are a mirror which re-
flect a most captivating personality.
ROBERT BLACK "Bob"
S. A.5 R. O. T. C. I, 2, 3, 45 Interclass Football
2, 3, 45 Interclass Baseball 2, 35 Dramatic Club
2, 35 Vice-President 35 "It Pays to Advertise" 35
Physics Club Q33 Prom Committee 4.
Arlington 1 PURDUE
"Babu is that well liked, nonchalant lad who never
worries where his next excuse is coming from.
RICHARD BEE "Bee.eer"
S. A.5 R. O. T. C. 2, 3, 45 Captain 41 Officers'
Club 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 "Tulip Time" 31
"Pickles" 43 Swimming Team 2, 3, 45 Basketball
3, 45 Interclass Basketball 35 Baseball 45 Inter-
class Baseball 3, 45 Football 45 Emblem Club 45
Tau Epsilon 45 Room Secretary 4.
Ask Richard to do a thing and you can rest' assured
it will be done, with absolute willingness and a,
thoroughness which is enviable. A
S. A.5 Girl Reserves I, 2, 35 Civic Committee 25
Room Treasurer 2.
Our Ella, with her sparkling, talking, blue eyes
and her beautiful hair would make a decorative ad for
"How to keep that school-girl complexion!"
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S. A.: R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 35 Band 1, 2, 31 Annual
Collector 21 "Contest of the Nations" If Interclass
Football 35 Prom Committee 4.
Jack's mischievous grin warns 'yon before you come
in for your inevitable share of his teasing.
ROBERT CRANDALL "Bob"
S. A.5 Interclass Soccer IQ Zoology Club 3, 41
Room Secretary 3, 45 Empehi News 3, 42 Associate
Editor 31 Editor 45 Physics Club 4Q Board of
Control 45 Stage Crew' 45 Baseball 42 Interclass
Baseball 42 Tau Epsilon, 4.
Central Park ILLINOIS
"Sport Comment" by Bob Crandall. - We -will
always remember this starr sports writer and editor-in-
chief as a most diligent and likeable fellow.
CHARLES COSGROVE "Chuck"
S. A.5 R. O. T. C. I, 2, 35 Civic Committee IQ
Physics Club 3, 41 Interclass Basketball I, 21
Football 3, 45 Chairman Ring Committee 4.
Chuck enjoys life to its fullest, and so do his
friends-when Chuck is along to spread enthusiasm.
EDWARD HAUBER "Ed"
S. A.5 R. O. T. C. I, 2, 33 Empehi News 31 Inter-
class Baseball I, 2, 35 Interclass Basketball I, 2, 3,
42.II1tC1'Cl3SS Football 1, 21 Dramatic Club 2, 32
"It Pays to Advertise" 31 Prom Committee Chair-
Arlington NOTRE DAME
Ed is that merry wanderer of the night, who by
day, furnishes us with diversion from classes that
Arlington NORMAL COLLEGE
Eunice is an admirable student, with a pleasant
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CHARLES MCBURNEY "Chuck"
S. A.g R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3, 45 Band 2, 3, 43 Orches-
tra 42 Physics Club 35 Interclass Football 2, 3,
Basketball 3, 4, "Tulip Time" 3, Stagecraft Club
42 Chief of Electrical Staff 4.
"Chuck" is an architect, a musician, and a basket-
ball player, a rare combination.
S. A., Management Committee 23 Girls' Chorus IQ
Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Mixed Chorus 2, 3, 4,
"Tulip Time" 3.
Lillian is quiet, and thoughtful, gentle, considerate,
and always willing to help others.
S. A.g R. O. T. C. I, 2, 3, 4, 55 Picked Platoon
2, 3, 4, SQ Picked Company 2, 3, 4, 5g Corporal 35
Sergeant Major 4, 51 First Sergeant 41 Lieutenant
5g Best Soldier 53 OfF1cer's Club.
Vanderpoel BUSINESS WORLD
lust a little bashful, a model soldier, and a con-
scientious reporter is Georgeg who is seen daily
prowling around the ojice on his beat.
JAMES HARTLEY "Jim"
S. A., R. O. T. C. I, 2, 4, Room Treasurer 3, 41
Empehi News Staff 3, 4, Interclass Football 2.
M. P. M. A. ILLINOIS
lim has but one incorrigible weakness, his stimu-
lating glances, which girls, particularly freshmen,
S. A.g Girl Reserves 3, 45 Science Club 3, 45
Spanish Club 3, 4.
A quiet and studious girl with a strong deter-
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LE ROY PHIFER "Roy"
S. A.5 Management Committee IQ R. O. T. C.
I, 2, 35 Sergeant 35 Physics Club 45 Winter Sports
Club 3, 45 Interclass Football I, 25 Interclass
Basketball 2, 35 Interclass Baseball I, 2, 3, 45
Interclass Track 41 Interclass Swimming 35 Foot-
ball Team 2, 3, 41 Emblem Club 3, 45 Tau Epsilon
"Roy" is always laughing or smilingg whether he
is playing football, coaxing friend Ford into action,
or strolling happily into division five minutes late.
VIRGINIA STROBEL "Ginny"
S. A.5 Science Club 35 Empehi News Staff 4.
Care-free Virginia takes life' at its face value, en-
tertains no illusions, and harbors no complaints. Her
cheery smile will get her by.
S. A.5 Girl Reserves I, 25 Physics Club 2, 35
Science Club 2, 3 5 Botany Club 2, 3, 45 Secretary 4.
Barnard CALIFORNIA COMMERCIAL COLLEGE
Blonde, dependable, and competent! When Florence
takes it upon herself to do something, you know it
will be done surely and well.
THOMNAS SHEMAITIS "Tom"
S. A.5 R. O. T. C. I, 2, 35 Band I, 25 Management
Committee I, 2, 45 Civic Committee 35 Physics
Club 45 Winter Sports Club 3, 45 Interclass Basket-
ball 3j Glee Club 3, 4j Emblem Club 2, 3, 45
Swimming Team 2, 3, 45 Football Team 2, 3, 45
Captain 45 Interclass Football IQ Baseball 3, 45
"Tulip Timel' 35 "Pickles" 4.
Happy-go-lucky Tom possesses a great deal of
ability, whether it be on the football and baseball
fields, on the stage, or in the classroom.
BARBARA GOODWIN "Bobby"
S. A.5 Girl Reserves IQ Zoology Club 2, 3, 41 Life
Saving Club 35 Botany Club 32 Dancing Club 3.
There is a twinkling of mischief in the eyes of
this fun-loving little miss. She possesses an easy-
going disposition and a love for athletics, especially
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Mildred has a mild and refined manner' and dis-
position, which affords much pleasure to all her ac-
S. A.5 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 45 Science Club 2, 3, 4g
Prom Committee 4.
A dazzling smile, and a cheery "Hello" for every-
one, as she's coming down the hall-that's Mary!
YN HODSON "Kaffe"
S. A. Management Committee 21 Civic Commit-
tee 35 Girl Reserves 3, 4Q Tau Epsilon 35 Girl's
Emblem Club 45 Empehi News 45 Annual Col-
"Kack" ejfervesces with ardor and has a heart
MARY ELLEN RANDALL "Ran-Ran'
S. A.5 Folk Dancing I, 25 Civic Committee 25
Science Club 2, 35 Tau Epsilon 35 Dancing Club
3, 45 "Tulip Time" 35 "Pickles" 45 Quilpen 2, 3, 4.
Ran's mischievous eyes are always in search of
some new prank-even when they are seemingly med-
BEATRICE WILSON "Bea"
S. A.5 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 Science Club 2, 35
Soccer Team 35 Botany Club 41 Spanish Club 4.
With her even-tempered disposition and her softly
modulated voice, Beatrice is always charming.
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ARTHUR HAMMAR 5 "Art"
S. A.5 Interclass Football IQ Interclass Basketball
I, 2, 33 Physics Club 45 Winter Sports Club 45
Budget Committee. Y .
Here is a boy whom we must' commend for per-
seoerence and often even concentration which is a
noble feat to accomplish in the southeast corner of
ROSS WooD C "Woody"
S. A.5 Glee Club 45 "Jerry of Jericho Road" 4.
Lake Forest Academy UNIVERSITY or TEXAS
Mia' an .altogether facetious remark with a decid-
edly infectious grin and the result is Ross, of course.
ERNEST LARSON "Sweden
S. A.5 Oflicers' Club 45 Band I, 2, 3, 45 R. O.
T. C. 1, 2, 3, 45 Interclass Football 2, 3, 45
Interlclass Baseball I, 2, 3, 4 5 Interclass Basket-
ball I, 2, 3, 41 Inter-room Basketball 3, 45
Physics Club 35 Room Treasurer 2.
Ernest is that fellow who is successful in every-
thing he goes out for, as shown by his ardent support
of the band.
S. A.5 R. O. T. C. I, 25 Interclass Baseball I, 21
Interclass Basketball I, 2, 3, 45 Track I.
Barnard , . ' CRANE
Peter is anfindustrious, earnest worker. He always
manages to keep his grades up to a 'very high stand-
ard and still participate in sports.
WALLACE GAULT "Wally"
S. A. 45 Inter-room Basketball 45 Interclass Base-
ball 42 Glee Club 3, 4.
Fenger 1' ILLINOIS
Wally, who came to us just in time to graduate
hasn't been the least bit slow or dull in making friends
among the Empehites. '
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JACK HALIDAY President
S. A.3 R. O. T. C. 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 23 Botany
Club 33 Vice-President 33 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 43
President 3, 41 Literary Club 41 Secretary 4Q
"Thank You Doctorv 31 "Good Medicine" 33
"Hurry, Hurry, Hurry" 43 Room Treasurer 33
Art Club 43 Board of Control 3, 43 Class Presi-
dent 43 'ARobe of VVood" 4.
life just cannot heifi portraying .lack as a second
Barrymore, for he certainly knows his "line" when
it comes to draniatics.
GERTRUDE FENNEMA Vice-President
S. A.3 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 43 Hi-Jinks 32 Secretary
33 Chairman Easter Basket Committee 33 Vice-
President 43 Tau Epsilon 3, 43 Faraday Club 43
Secretary 43 Stagecraft Club 42 Girls' Glee Club
3, 43 "Pickles" 33 "Jerry of Jericho Road" 43
Civic Committee 3, 43 Room Secretary 43 Inter-
class Basketball 33 lnterclass Soccer 43 Literary
Club 43 Class Vice-President 4.
Vanderpoel UNIVERSITY or CHICAGO
Has anyone ever seen Gertrude out of sorts?
Neither have we! To this cheerful spirit, she adds
energy and ambition.
JAMES PEEBLES Secretary "fini"
S. A.3 Hi-Y 3, 43 President 41 Board of Control
43 Mianagement Committee 31 Civic Committee 41
Chairman 41 Emblem Club 3, 43 Tau Epsilon 33
Basketball 3, 41 Secretary Senior Class 43 Fara-
day Club 43 Art Club 3, 4.
' A fellow who has the true spirit of lllorgan Park,
the ability to excel in athletics, studies, and art.
MARTHA JANNEY ' Treasurer
S. A.3 Civic Committee 2, 33 Girl Reserves 21
Dramatic Club 21 "It Pays to Advertise" 21 Glee
Club 3,3 43 "Tulip Time" 21 "Pickles" SQ "Jerry
of Jericho Road" 4Q Class Treasurer 4.
Barnard . UNDECIDED
Our good-looking class treasurer, with her curly
hair and rosy cheeks, is a pleasing picture to all.
MAURENE FREY Editor-in-Chief of Annual
S. A.3 Vice-President 43 Management Committee
33 Civic Committee 23 Dancing Club I, 2, 3, 43
French Club 43 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 43 "Hurry,
Hurry, Hurry" 43 Quilpen 3, 43 Oratorical Con-
test 4Q Annual Staff 3, 43 Editor 43 Tau Epsilon
I, 2, 33 Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 43 "Tulip Time" 33
"Pickles" 32 "It Pays to Advertise" 23 Christmas
Festival 42 "Robe of Wood" 4.
lfVhether Maurene be busily practicing to take part
in a dancing festival or filling the position of Editor-
in-Chief, she is always ejicient, alert, and exacting.
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JEANETTE AGGEN "Nettie"
S. A.5 Tau Epsilon 3.
ST. LUKE's HOSPITAL-SCHOOI. OF Nunsmc
A glowing and magnetic smile characterize ,lean-
nette so that there is no doubt as to whom we mean.
S. A,5 R. O. T. C. I, 2, 3, 45 Lieutenant 35 Cap-
tain 45 Major 45 Officers Club 45 President 45
Usher 2, 35 Folk Dancing IQ Tau Epsilon 3, 45
Board of Control 45 Football 35 Physics Club 3.
Here is an earnest student and accurate marks-
nmn, whose jokes always create' mirth.
DOROTHY ABBEY "Dot"
S. A.5 Basketball 35 "Tulip Time" 25 "Pickles" 35
Room Secretary 2, 35 Room Treasurer 35 Vice-
Chairman 45 Annual Collector 45 Civic Com-
Dot with her twinkling eyes is a necessary elixir
to all who know her.
S. A.5 Band 3, 45 Usher 35 Glee Club 45 "Jerry of
Jericho Road" 42 Stagecraft Club 35 Inter-room
Basketball 35 Interclass Basketball 45 Baseball 35
Spanish Club 4.
Pullman Tech BELOIT
Pant has among his possessions an underlying sense
of humor which makes hint an extra attraction to
RUTH ARMSTRONG ' "Annie"
S. A.5 Girl Reserves I, 2, 35 Glee Club I, 2, 3, 45
Vice-President 45 Literary Club 42 Emblem Club
3, 42 Life Saving Club 35 "Tulip Time" 25
"Pickles" 35 "Jerry of Jericho Road" 41 Soccer
Team 41 Basketball Team 3.
Rnth's clear voice and gay spirits add color not
only to onr school routine, lint also to our asseinblies
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5 ROBERT BROOKES "Bob"
, S. A.5 Glee Club 45 "Jerry of Jericho Road"5 I W
Baseball 35 Interclass Baseball I, 2, 45 Interclass 3 ,
lx Football I, 2, 31 Interclass Basketball I, 2, 35 5
I Management Committee 2, 4Q Social Committee 3: Q
,' Q Golf 1, 2, 35 Track Team 35 Emblem Club5 An- ge.
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15, S. A.5 Science Club 35 Glee Club 3, 45' Spring
USE Festival I5 "Tulip Time" 25 "Pickles" 35 "Jerry fl'
of Jericho Road" 45 Girl Reserves 3, 45 Dancing
J xl Club 3, 45 Tau Epsilon 3, 4. 9
Q 11 St. Margaret BELoI'r E ,lx
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'll S. A.5 Girl Reserves, I, 2, 3, 45 Tau Epsilon 45
Dancing Club 35 Glee Club 3, 45 "Pickles" 35 li,
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JOHN BAKER "Ham"
S. A.3 R. O. T. C. I, 2, 33 Non-Commissioned Oi-
hcers' Club 33 Picked Squad 33 Honor Platoon 33
Office Orderly 2, 31 Color Guard 3: Science Club
21 "Contest of the Nations" 13 "Tulip Time" 23
Band 1, 2, SQ Physics Club 31 Chemistry Club 33
"Ham" is one of our gooa'-looking seniors. He
loves the gzrls, and the girls love liinz,-who blames
ELIZABETH CRANE ' "Betty"
S. A.3 Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 43 President 43 Hi-
Jinks 33 Tau Epsilon I, 2, 3, 43 French Club 41
Treasurer 4Q Empehi News 41 Board of Control 43
Glee Club 2, 3, 42 "Tulip Time" 23 "Pickles" SQ
"Jerry of Jericho Road" 4. .
Betty, besides being a capable Girl Reserve presi-
dent, makes ns all envious because of the constant
flow of .Sus on her report card.
S. A.3 Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 42 Publicity Chair-
ma11 43 Hi-Jinks 43 Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 45 Room
Secretary 3, 43 Room Treasurer 43 Interclass Basg
ketball 3Q Empehi News 4.
Arlingtoiv V Y MADISQLL
.Miriam corwbines elieerfulness with friendliness.
She is quiet and nnobtrnsivfe, and always finishes 'what-
ever she undertakes merrily and efficiently.
BERTHA DE HAAN
S. A.3 Room Treasurer 23 Tau Epsilon 4.
Barnard BUSINESS WORLD
We are all sure that Bertha will be a marked snc4
cess in business.
HENRY CADMUS BIRD "Hank"
S. A.3 R. O. T. C. 2, 35 Sergeant Major 43 Botany
Club 23 Secretary 33 Boys' Gleef Club 43 Physics
Club 33 Faraday Club 43 "Jerry of Jericho Road"
43 Spring Football 3.
An earnest and stanneh worker in everytlzing in
which lze holds interest, describes Henry.
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ROBERT BRUCE "B0b,'
S. A.5 Literary Club 41 Vice-President 45 Dram-
atic Club 4g "Hurry, Hurry, Hurry" 41 Basketball
32 Interclass Basketball 2, 3, 45 Interclass Football
3, 45 Golf Team 2, 3, 45 Prom Committee 45 R. O.
T. C. 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 25 Zoology Club 2.
Some day we all expect to see Bob either famous
on the stage or a champion on the golf links.
WINIFRED BURNS "Winnie"
S. A.5 Civic Committee I, 25 Room Secretary 2, 35
Prom Committee 45 Social Committee 41 Art Club
2, 3, 45 Vice-President 4j Girl Reserves I, 2.
Barnard ART INSTITUTE
We all picture this sunny-haired miss who sketches
so beautifully, as being surrounded by a crowd of
ROBERT BURNAM "Bob"
S. A.5 President 45 R. O. T. C. 2, 3, 45 Captain 42
Tau Epsilon 3, 45 Civic Committee 25 Management
Committee 32 Physics Club 35 Botany Club 25
Interclass Swimming 35 Swimming Team 35 Inter-
class Basketball I, 25 Basketball 3.
Because of "Bob's" prowess in athletics and his
great popularity, we have distinguished him with the
highest ojice of the S tndent Association.
PERRY BROOKS "Sonny"
S. A.5 Tau Epsilon 45 R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3, 45 Band
1, 2, 3Q Office Orderly IQ Room Secretary 25 Swim-
ming Team 2j Art Club 2Q Jazz Orchestra 2, 35
"Tulip Time" 25 "Pickles" SQ Aeronautical Club 4.
Arlington CRANE JUNIOR
Have you any old cars ready for the junk heap?
"Sonny" could make a Cadillac out of a Ford. He's
our mechanic extraordinary.
KATHERINE BRUBAKER "Kay"
S. A.5 Spanish Club 2, SQ Stage Craft Club 35
Dancing Club 3.
Although petite and deinure, you may be sure that
'whichever 'way "Kay" is going, the sun is certain to
be shining there. '
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dent 45 Dancing Club 35 Board of Control 35
Annual Collector I 5 Management Committee 1.
A brunette, dignified, and pretty,' a combination
hard to beat, bnt just what yon have in Olive.
S. A.5 Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 43 Tau Epsilon 1, 2,
3, 45 Vice-President 45 Dancing Club 2, 3, 45
Vice-President 45 "Tulip Time" 2Q "Pickles" 35
"Jerry of Jericho Road" '45 French Club 45 Empehi
News Representative 4.
Arlington . , RocKFoRD
I Delightful, laughing "Dot,' has always been among
the highest in scholastic records.
DORIS CLARKE "Dodie"
S. A.5 Civic Committee IQ Girl Reserves 45 Man-
agement Committee 2, 35 Room Secretary 35 Sci-
'ence Club 35 French Club 45 Dancing Club 4Q
Junior Orchestra 25 Senior Orchestra 3, 45 Board
of Control 45 Girls' Emblem Club 45 Interclass
Basketball 2, 3, 45 Girls' Tennis Champion 35
"Pickles" 35 "Jerry of Jericho Road" 45 Tau
Epsilon 2, 3, 45 President 4.
Sedate, little, and poppy, our willing pianist who is
always in demand.
DOROTHY DOHRMAN "Dots"
S. A.5 Dancing Club 2, 3, 45 Treasurer 35 Christ-
mas Festival 45 "Pickles" 35 Spanish Club 2, 3,
45 Quilpen 2, 3, 41 Equestrian Club 35 Folk Danc-
ing I5 Art Club 2, 3, 41 Girl Reserves 25 Interclass
A Basketball 45 "Jerry of Jericho Road" 4.
St. Benedict CRANE JUNIOR
A member of the Dancing Club and a necessary
member at that, having displayed much talent in pro-
ductions of that club.
AVERELL COLE "Ave"
S. A.: Board of Control 2, 35 Room Secretary 45
' Jazz Orchestra 25 Leader 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 45
Opera 2, 3, 45 Wrestling 2, 4.
Averell and a banjo are synonymous in onr minds!
We certainly loved to dance at the sociols whenever
"Red Hot Cole and His Little Cinders" were the
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WINIFRED DRUECK "Winnie"
S. A.5 Girl Reserves 21 Botany Club 35 Zoology
Club 2, 3, 45 Tau Epsilon 45 Faraday Club 3, 45
Girls' Emblem Club 42 Spanish Club 3.
ST. LUKE's HOSPI'l'AI, SCHOOL or NURSINIL
Animated "Winnie," poetieally gifted is alzvays
ready to provide entertainment at the right time.
S. A.5 Folk Dancing IQ Quilpen 45 Room Secre-
Violet always has such ofntimistic ideas that it is
'very easy to feel indulgent toward Izer.
S. A.5 Girl Reserves I, 25 Management Committee
I 35 Tau Epsilon I, 2, 35 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 45
"Piper's Pay" 35 "Thank You Doctor" 35 'iHurry,
Hurry, Hurry" 4.
- How we en-oy Ruth with her dramatic abilities!
Didn't you enjoy her in f'Hurry, Hurry, Hurry"?
MARIORIE FETTERLY "Marge"
S. A.5 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 43 Botany Club 2, 35
French Club 43 Interelass Baseball 35 Tau Epsilon
I, 21 Life Saving Club 45 Zoology Club 4.
Just as soon as "Marge" enters the room we are
aware of her presence, because of her low, 1llllSlCl1l
ROBERT VVILLIAM EICHENBERGER "Bill"
S, A.5 R. O. T. C. 3, 45 Annual Collector 45 Inter-
class Soccer IQ Spanish Club 3.
His easy-going, agreeable ways, and draw! remarks
cannot hide his journalistic talents.
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5' I Officers' Club 3, 45 Secretary 45 Picked Platoon 5
gl 3, 45 Picked Company 2, 3, 45 Honor Battalion 25 1
fl 5 Firing Squad 2, 3, 45 Color Guard 35 Usher Force 1
,J 2, 3, 45 Office' Orderly 2, 35 Dancing IQ Science
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5 l 45 Winter Sports Club 3, 45 Aero Club 4.
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5 l A capable member of the R. O. T. C. whose mili-
3x tary and scholastic ability does not oeiershadow his
lf V unusual sense of the comic.
l Q DOROTHY GADSDEN "Dot" l
li 4, S. A.5 Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 45 Spring Festival 25 l
4 5 Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 45 Botany Club 35 French Club tl
ll- 45 Equestrian Club 2, 35 Interclass Basketball 3, 45 '
" 3 Captain 45 Interclass Soccer 45 Interclass Volley '
'N i Ball 45 Interclass Baseball 3, 4. 1
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if t S. French Club 2, 3, 45 Botany Club 45 Room .
'I 5 Chairman 25 Annual Collector 35 Basketball 3, 42 '
21 Interclass Champions 35 Girl Reserves I, 2, 35 ,
l Management Committee 25 Dancing I, 2, 35 Fara- '
5 ,day Club 4. 4
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L5 5 "Lil" is a conscientious and earnest worker, whose ,t
'l laughing, sparkling eyes tell ns that she is at "stack Q
W' of fun."
FRANCES FISHER ffenmkff l
91 S. A.5 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 45 Interclass Basketball Q
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1 1 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 45 "Pickles" 35 "jerry of Jericho
l Roadl' 45 Tau Epsilon I, 2, 3, 45 Room Chairman t
Q 25 Dancing Club 2, 3, 45 Tre-asurer 35 Room Secre-
j ' tary 45 Interclass Baseball 3, 45 Empehi News Q
Representative 4. l
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We like to be with Frances because our cares and 5
5 worries are over-shadowed by her good fellowship,
W, E kind thoughts, and fun. -
VICTOR FUTCHER "Vice '
,lj S. A.5 Boys' Emblem Club 3, 45 President 45 5
if Room Secretary 35 Room Chairman 3, 45 Room l
,' Treasurer 45 Management Committee 3, 45 Board
of Control 45 Football 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Inter- 1
x class Baseball 45 Interclass Basketball 35 Faraday
PCQID Glee 45 Opera 45 Physics lglub 3. i
tl i ar er enior ig ICHIGAN '
'fl Athletics personified, tlzat's Vic! The sta-r on the
baseball diamond and the star on the gridiron! 1
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MARJORIE GOLLER "Marj"
S. A.3 Tau Epsilon I, 2, 3, 43 Girl Reserves 3, 43
Cabinet 43 Management Committee 21 Dramatic
Club 2, 3, 43 "It Pays to Advertise" 23 Folk
Dancing IQ Dancing Club 2, 3, 43 "Pickles" 33
"Jerry of Jericho Road" 43 Room Secretary 3.
Our little dark-haired Marjorie has proved herself
to be a "shark" not only in her studies, but also as a
member of the Delta Chi players.
MARJORIE L. GOETZKE "Marge"
S. A.3 Girl Reserves 3, 43 Botany Club 3, 43 Tau
Epsilon 43 Hobby Club 43 Annual Business Staff 4.
"Marge" always manages to be busy with scrap-
books or magazines in her spare time. Her cheer-
ful disposition is a tonic to all who know her.
FREDERICK GARRETT "Freddie"
S. A.3 Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4j R. O. T. C.3 Non-
commissioned Officers I, 2, 3, 43 Physics Club 3,
4Q Interclass Football I3 Room Treasurer 2, 33
"Tulip Time" 23 "Pickles" 3.
To Fred the world seems a very agreeable place in
which to live, for he always looks out upon it with a
S. A.3 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 43 French Club 42
Dancing Club 33 Zoology Club 43 "It Pays to
Advertise" 2j Physics Club 3.
Mt. Lakeview ' LAKEWOOD fNE'1'TLEHORSTj
The Girl Reserves have found use of Carolucileis
dramatic abilities time and again, to say nothing of
her services to the Dramatic Club.
S. AQ3 French Club 3, 43 Equestrian Club 3, 42
President 33 Glee Club 43 "Jerry of Jericho
Vanderpoel RosARY COLLEGE
Our staunch admirer of "Al" Smith! Haven't you
all felt the eject of Mary's radiant smile and unaf-
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S. A.5 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 Tau Epsilon 1, 2,
3, 45 Annual Staff 45 Literary Club 4Q Room
Treasurer 2, 35 Faraday Club 35 Folk Dancing I5
Interclass Basketball 45 Snapshot Collector 4.
Vanderpoel 5 .
Her dark eyes and hair, together with cz striking
fzersanaiity, match perfectly her keen sense of wit.
JOSEPHINE HARRINGTON ' ' "foe"
S. A.5 Girl Reserves I, 2, 35 Tau Epsilon 3, 45
Dramatic Club 2, 35 "It Pays to Advertise" 35
Spanish Club 45 Zoology Club 45 Secretary 45
Dancing Club 45 Interclass Basketball 2, 3, 45
Interclass.Volley Ball 3, 45 Interclass Soccer 41
Interclass Baseball 3, 4.
Self-reliant "Joe,' has made herself well-liked be-
cause of her great interest in athletics and her alert-
ness in her studies,
MARK E. GUERIN H
S. A.5 Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 35 Botany Club 1, 2, 3, 45
Secretary 35 Treasurer 35 Vice-President 45 Quil-
pen I, 2, 3, 4.5 Business Manager 45 Vice-President
41 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Secretary 45 Hi-Y 3, 45
Secretary 45 ,Dramatic 5 Club 3, 45 "Thank You
Doctor" 35 Physics Club 35 Division Publicity 45
Science Club 2, 35 Art Club 35 Literary Club 4Q
Treasurer 41 Aero Club 45 Annual Staff 45 Picked
Platoon 35 Winter Sports Club 2, 35 "Tulip Time"
25 "Pickles" 35 "Jerry of Jericho Road" 45 Organ
Committee 45 Senior Gift Committeeg 'KRobe of
Barnard ST. MARY'S, KANSAS
We like to picture Mark as a fiery convincing ora-
tor since his dramatic art is known by all. A
MARCHAND HALL "fudge"
S. A.5 Football 45 Tau Epsilon 45 Quilpen 4. 5
"Delta Collegiate," Hamilton, Ont. ARMOUR
His literary ability has won a 'membership in Quil-
fven-which shows that we drew a "winner,"
ANNIE GUNNER "Bob"
S. A.5 Girl Reserves I, 25 Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 45
Room Treasurer 45 Civic Committee 25 French
Club 45 Zoology Club 45 Folk 'Dancing IQ Annual
Staff 45 "Pickles" 35 Equestrian Club 25 Life
Saying Club 45 Girls' Emblem Club 2, 3, 45 Vice-
President 45 Interclass Basketball 2, 3, 45 Captain
25 Interclass Baseball 3, 45 Interclass Volley Ball 4Q
Our peppy little basketball guard, with a. trafil of
"S's" in- her wake, is also an executive of keen ability.
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CHARLES HALIDAY "Chuck"
S. A.5 Physics Club 35 Faraday Club 41 Science
Club 2, 3g Hi-Y 2, 3, 42 Art Club 3, 45 Tau Ep-
silon 4Q Interclass Baseball 2, 35 Interclass Basket-
ball 2, 3, 45 Interclass Football 25 Interclass Track
Meet 35 Aviation Club 45 Dramatic Club 2, 3, 45
5 "Thank You, Doctor" 33 Empehi News Staff 3, 4.
A tghirlwind-and here comes Charlie! Thix dy-
nanziic person is the kind whose wit, alertness, and
energy keep the school a live one.
MARCELLA HEYNEN "Celia"
S. A.5 Glee Club 3, 45 Art Club 2, 3, 45 Dancing
Club 35 Opera 3, 45 Equestrian Club 3.
Arlington ILLINOIS WESLEYAN
"CeIla," always in a good humor, has that art of
adapting herself ininiediately to her surroundings and
seemingly liking it. '
MARJORIE HILLIER "Marge"
S. A.5 Tau Epsilon I, 45 Management Committee
25 Glee Club 3, 45 ,"Pickles" 35 "Jerry of Jericho
' Road" 4. I '
"Marge" is that friendly girl who is so clever and
full of fun that we cannot resist liking her.
JOSEPI-IINE HEDGES "Jo"
S. A.5 Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 45 Music Chairman 45
Hi-Jinks 35 Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 45 Board of Con-
. trol 45 Orchestra 2, 3, 45 "Tulip Time" 25 "Pickles"
35 "Jerry of Jericho Road" 45 French Club 42
Interclass Soccer 3 5 Interclass Volley Ball 35 Inter-
. "Jo's" slow, deliberate thinking, and her talent as
a violinist have made her well-known.
LUTHER I-IALLADAY "Louie,
S. A.5 R. O. T. C. 2, 35 Band I, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra
2, 45 Jazz Orchestra 35 Tau Epsilon 42 Science
Club 45 Basketball 35 Interclass Basketball 35
Interclass Football 35 Golf Team 3, 45 Annual
Stall 45 Inter-room Basketball 2, 3.
,Those who have him for a friend mark hiin as be-
ing congenial, reliable, and an all-around good fellow.
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S. A.5 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 41 Civics Committee 25
Annual Collector 31 Dramatic Club I, 2, 3, 45
Glee Club 2, 3, 45 "It Pays to Advertise" 35 "Tulip
Time" 25 "Pickles" 35 "Jerry of Jericho Road" 45
Prom Committee 4. .
Gretchen, our fetching little gypsy in "Pickles,"
has won hosts of friends during her four years at
FRANCES MARY HRAD "Fran"
S. A.5 Tau Epsilon 4Q Spanish Club 3, 45 Botany
Central Park BUSINESS WORLD
Fran-ces has a keen mind coupled with the ad-
mirable quality of being loyal to her friends.
S. A.5 Girl Reserves IQ Interclass Soccer Team
3, 45 Art Club 4.
Modest Fern is a girl of actions, not words, as is
shown by her athletic skill.
S. A.5 Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 41 Spanish Club 3, 41
Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, 45 "Contest of the Nations"
IQ "Tulip Time" 21 "Pickles" 35 "Jerry of Jericho
Road" 45 Chairman Prom Committee 4.
Sweet-z'0iced and soft-inannered is Pearl, who
made a name for herself by her excellent 'work in
BARBARA JACKSON "Barbs"
S. A.5 Girl Reserves I, 25 Folk Dancing I, 25
"Once Upon A Timet' I5 Literary Club 4,
Barbara is our snappy little dresser who is exceed-
ingly dark and has a 'wealtli of beaiitifizl hair.
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ALBERTA RUTHFORD KILLIE
, S. A.3 Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 43 Folk Dancing Club
2, 33 Empehi News 3, 43 French Club 43 Literary
Club 43 Dancing Club 4.
Barnard UNIVERSITY or CHICAGO
Highly interested in anything along literary lines
is Alberta., and she has inamifested that 'interest a
mmzber of times.
S. A.3 R. O. T. C. 2, 3, 43 Civic Committee 45
Band 3, 43 Orchestra 3, 43 jazz Orchestra 3, 43
Interclass Baseball 2.
Bellevue Public School CHICAGO MUSICAL COLLEGE
"Herb" is known for his success as the Trax"
player in our jazz orchestra.
LEWIS LANGDON "Lewie"
S. A.3 Management Committee 3, 43 Civic Com-
mitte 23 R. O. T. C. I, 23 Lieutenant 3, 43 Picked
Squad 23 Honor Platoon 2, 3, 43 Band, Drum
Major 3, 43 Hi-Y 3, 43 Officers' Club 3.41
Dramatic Club 33 "Green Chartreuse" SQ Social
- Committee 33 Boys" Emblem.C1ub I, 2, 3, '43
Science Club, Sec. 33 N. R. A. Club 2, 3, 43 RiHe
Team 33 Boys' Glee Club I, 2, 3, 43 Baseball IQ
Track IQ Physics Club 31 Cheer Leader 33 Inter-
class Track 23 Golf 21 "Tulip Time" 23 'KPickles"
33 Interclass Baseball 23 R. O. T. C. Track I, 2,
3, 43 Interclass Football 2Q Interclass Basketball IQ
CAt West Hi, Akronj FOOtballQ Hi-Y Club3
Chemistry Clubg Boys' Glee Club.
Parkside Elementry KENYON
"Lewie" stands out to us mostly for his admirable
musical talent. Were we not all more than ai little
proud of his characterization of Jigo?
JOHN KENDRICK "lack"
S. A.3 R. O. T. C. I, 23 Art Club I, 2, 43 Physics
Club 43 Swimming Team 2. '
St. Albans ILLINOIS
.laek's nonchalant air and lazy drawl are the envy
of the boys, and his "schoolgirl complexion" the des-
pair of the girls.
MILDRED KNABE 1
S. A.3 Girl Reserves, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club,
Secretary 33 President 43-Board of Control 4:
Zoology Club 3, 43 Tau Epsilon 3, 43 Physics Club
' 31 Equestrian Club 33 Art Club 4.
Fernwood , . . , CHICAGO
Mildi'ed is alive to her fin-ger tips, ardent, eager,
and gifted in artistic ability.
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WAYNE KEPHART "Kep"
S. A.5 Folk Dancing 15 Room Secretary 3g R. O.
T. C. 3, 45 Physics Club 35 Aero Club 45 Boys'
Glee Club 4.
Way11.e's complete ajfability and happy-go-lucky
air furnish amuseinent in the driest classes.
ERDMUTH LIENK "Erdie"
S. A.5 Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 45 Quilpen I, 2, 3, 45
Botany Club 35 Spanish Club 3, 4.
Zion Evangelical Lutheran
Erdmuth's membership in Tau Epsilon is a true
sign that there is good conscientious work behind
the grin that always accompanies her witty remarks.
JAMES B. KERR
S. A.5 R. O. T. C. I, 2, 35 Sergeant 2, 3.
Holy Cross DE PAUL
James is always surrounded by an atmosphere that
speaks "busy, industrious and beaming"
DOROTHY LLOYD "Dot"
S. A.5 Vice-President 45 Management Committee
45 Tau Epsilon I, 3, 4g Girl Reserves I, 25 Christ-
mas Festival 45 Pep Committee 3, 45 Dancing
Club I, 35 Glee Club 35 "Daughters of Men" I5
"Pickles" 35 Dramatic Club 2, 35 "lt Pays to
Advertisel' 25 Speakers' Bureau IQ Room Treasurer
3: Spanish Club 35 Annual Staff 4.
Dot's striking personality is set of by her ability
as an actress and a dancer.
S. A.5 R. O. T. C. I, 2, 3, 45 Band I, 2, 3, 45
Science Club 2, 35 Physics Club 3, 45 Aero Club 41
Tau Epsilon 4g Faraday Club 4Q Civics Com-
'mittee 2, 3.
Vanderpoel UNIVERSITY oF CHICAGO
Foster is that industrious, intelligent fellow upon
whom you can always depend to do the thing wanted
and to do it well.
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,ll WILLIAM LEE "Bill" 1
ffl S.. A.5 Tau Epsilon I, 2, 3, 45 Management Com- I fl
.li 5 mittee 4j Annual Collector 2, 35 Assistant Business .
,li Manager 35 Business Manager 45 "Tulip Time" 25 ll
ill "Pickles" 35 "Jerry of Jericho Road" 45 Orchestra E fl
2, 3, 45 Band 2, 31 Jazz Orchestra 2, 3, 45 R. O.
5, E In C. 2, 3, 4,'2I'1Cl Lieutenant 45 Officers' Club 4Q . I
Q Spanish Club 42 Swimming Team 2, 3, 45 3
'L f a uard 2.
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55 Q When you want something done well, call on Bill! 3 gl,
if r E He's a good student, and a willing worker. L
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il I ANTHONY MROZEK "Tony" 5 lr
fix s. A., Giro Club 4, Dramatic Club 4, Literary Trl
Club 4: Emblem Club 45 Hi-Y 45 Football 45 I
ill X Interclass Football Coach 45 "Hurry, Hurry, I Q
5,9 FHurry" 45 "Jerry of Jericho Road" 4Q Baseball 4. 1 if
'll enger PURDUE 1 4
b And Ihere is "Tony" onr football hero, whether it
2 e on Me staoe or the field! 2 'I
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S.-A.5 Girl Reserves I, 2, 35 Folk Dancing IQ r M
ll , Science Club 35 Botany Club 3, 45 Spanish Club 4.
Qs l Vanderpoel ILLINOIS "
Qll "Elk" sweet temper and kindly manner seein to in
ill he magnets that draw everyone into her circle of iff,
ffl CARL LINDEMANN "Lindy" r l
EI, s. A.g R. o. T. C. 1, 2, 3, 45 Zoology ciob 42 S gl
1? Faraday Club 45 Stagecraft Club 31 Usher Squad i l
gl Q 3, 4,ADiilC6CO1'dC1'ly 25 Non-commissioned Officer J
,ig 3,45 ero 1ub4. QU
,ill Morgan Park Elementary ILLINOIS '
ll You do not know this nnassnvning fellow nntil you j -fi
,iii have observed his left-handed ability with a tennis i
racquet. . 1'
,1 , CATHERINE MAVON "Cath"
5 l S. .A.5 Girl Reserves 45 Dancing Club 3, 45 I l'
,. 5 "Pickles" 35 "Jerry of Jericho Road" 45 Folk Q '
P, Y Dancing IQ Spanish Club 3, 4.
Ir , l
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i,. g Everyone knows "Cath," slender, dignified, smartly
dressed, and a graceful dancer.
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S. A.5 Girl Reserves 35 Spanish Club 3, 45 Glee
Club 45 Folk Dancing 15 "Jerry of Jericho Road" 4.
Fern is pretty and independent. Although she may
seein rather quiet, give her a chance, and she will
prove that she has a very entertaining liue.
GENEVIEVE LOGAN "Fueeie"
S. A.5 Room Representative I, 25 Dancing Club
3, 45 Dramatic Club 2: "Tulip Time" 25 Faraday
Club 45 "Pickles" 35 Folk Dancing IQ "The Last
Penny" I5 Aesthetic Dancing 25 Tau Epsilon 1.
rKFllZZlC,, with her "tome h1ther" smile is Ernfrehfs
S. A.5 Girl Reserves 41 Folk Dancing I5 Empehi
News Staff 45 Botany Club 25 Interclass Soccer 3.
Barnaili BUSINESS WORLD
Unafeeted, unassuming, with a sunny disposition,
Helen is a friend 'worth having.
JOHN MAPP l'Jack"
S. A.5 Interclass Football I5 Annual Collector 25
Track 25 Rifle Team 35 Captain 4.
Here's our "crack" shot! What will the rifle team
be 'without its illustrious John?
HELEN LOUISE MORGAN "Elena"
S. A.5 Tau Epsilon I, 2, 3, 45 Girl Reserves I, 2,
3, 45 Program Chairman 45 Emblem Club 3, 42
Secretary 45 French Club 4g Secretary 45 Annual
Staff 45 "Pickleslf 35 Interclass Soccer 3, 45 Cap-
tain 35 Interclass Basketball 45 Interclass Volley
Ball 3, 41 Interclass Baseball 35 Dramatic Club 2.
fluibitious in her studies, good in athletics, and a
jzrourziueut member of the Girl Reserves.
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Glens Falls High, N. Y. COLUMBIA INSTITUTE
Her poise and refinement are combined with a
wealth of common sense.
ROBERT MURRAY "Bob"
S. A.5 R. O. T. C. I, 2, 3, 45 Lieutenant 35 Captain
45 Officers' Club 3, 45 Sergeant Arms 45 Physics
Club 3, 45 lnterclass Football 25 Botany Club 25
Room Treasurer 45 Annual Collector 45 Interclass
Basketball 2, 3, 45 Interclass Baseball IQ Interclass
Track 2, 35 Interclass Swimming 25 Wrestling 45
Baseball 2, 3, 45 Emblem Club 3, 45 Football 3, 45
Gold Football 45 Glee Club 45 Hjerry of Jericho
"Bob" is that stellar center of Empehi's grid war-
riors who was the proud receiver of the Hi-Y's gold
S. A.5 Spanish Club 3, 45 Glee Club 45 "Jerry of
Jericho Road" 4.
Sweet, smiling Violet is always on the spot when it
comes to cooperation.
EDGAR MURRAY "Eggs"
S. A.5 Room Treasurer 35 R. O. T. C. I, 25 Band
25 Folk Dancing I5 Debating Club I, 25 Zoology
Club 35 President 45 Board of Control 45 Inter-
class Wrestling 3, 45 Interclass Football I, 3, 45
Football 35 Inter-room Basketball 3.
Frogs, bugs, or what have yon? We all know
Edgar as being that fellow so interested in anything
MARION MINGEA "Mold "
S. A.5 Girls, Emblem Club 3, 45 Girl Reserves I,
2, 3, 45 Tau Epsilon 3, 45 Zoology Club 3, 41
Botany Club 2, 33 Life Saving Club 3, 45 Physics
Club 45 Soccer Team 45 Folk Dancing IQ Volley
Ball Team 25 Ticket Saleslady 45 Pep Committee
41 Equestrian Club 3.
One of the pair of 'Wormey and Moldey." Re-
member how we cheered for all our worth when 'we
were led by Marion's energetic contortions?
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MYRON PILBROW "Myra"
S. A.5 R. O. T. C. I, 2, 3, 45 Lieutenant 35 Cap-
tain 4g Band I, 2, 3, 45 Interclass Baseball I, 25
Interclass Basketball 2, 35 Inter-room Basketball
3, 45 Interclass Football 35 Interclass Track 3, 45
Basketball 3, 45 Baseball 25 Track 35 Annual Col-
lector IQ Civic Committee 25 Board of Control 45
Management Committee 45 Otlficers' Club 3, 45
Hi-Y 45 Glee Club 45 Vice-President 45 Emblem
Club 43 "Jerry of Jericho Road" 45 Jazz Or-
He is already known for his ability to burn up the
track and for shooting baskets. Besides this he has
the reputatzon of being the class "wlsecracker."
S. A.5 Botany, Club 35 Basketball 3.
Cheerful, happy Leona, a newcomer from Engle-
wood, has more than proved her worth in sports.
V ELMA CASE
S. A.5 Girl Reserves IQ Room Representative IQ
Civic Committee IQ French Club 3, 45 Dramatic
Club 42 Room Secretary 2.
Lovely Velma has always charmed us with her
ravishuzgly beautiful style.
S. A.5 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Chairman of Music
Committee 45 Zoology Club 3, 45 Girl Reserves
3, 45 Annual Staff 4.
A veritable ray of sunshine with her sweet dispo-
sition and beguiling ways.
S. A. 5,.Quilpen 2, 3, 45 Glee Club I, 2, 35 President
35 Girl Reserves I, 2, 35 Jazz Orchestra 3, 45
Dramatic Club 2, 3, 45 President 25 "Contest of
the Nations" I5 i'Tulip Time" 25 "Pickles" 35
An indespensible member of the Jazz Orchestra,
because her piano chords can "exhale fahrenheif' and
a necessary asset to the Dramatic Club because her
acting possesses all it should.
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RUTH PADDOCK "Paddy"
S. A.5 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 Quilpen 1, 2, 35
President 45 Room Secretary 25 Snapshot Collector
35 Tau Epsilon 41 Board of Control 45 Empehi
Staff 3, 45 Associate Editor 35 Editor-in-Chief 41
French Club 45 Interclass Yolley Ball 35 Interclass
Soccer 42 Life Saving Club 3, 45 Emblem Club 4.
lfVe all expect to see "Pad'dy's" name listed high in
the literary world if she succeeds half as much as she
has at Empehi.
HENRY R. PARK, JR. "Hank"
S. A.5 R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3, 45 Ist Lieutenant Ad-
jutant 45 Captain 45 Othcers' Club 45 Ushers 3, 45
Chief of Service 42 Science Club 3, 41 Physics Club
35 Faraday Club 45 Interclass Basketball 45 Win-
ter Sports Club 2, 35 Aero Club 45 Glee Club 45
"Jerry of Jericho Road" 45 Chairman Ring Com-
mittee 4j Folk Dancing I5 Honor Battalion 25
Honor Company 3, 4. ,
John F. Eberhardt ILLINOIS
Henry is a most oratorieally inclined fellow. Re-
member how he defended Mr. Hoover!
EDITH OLSON "Blondie"
S. A.5 Girl Reserves 3, 45 Social Service Commit-
tee 3, 45 Zoology Club 4.
Seymour BUSINESS WORLD
Edithfs' quiet, subtle suggestion of humor lends to
belie her moments of reserve and studiousness.
ALICE PIERSMA "Al"
S. A.5 Girl Reservesg Social Service Committee 3,
41 Senior' Soccer Team 45 Zoology Club 45 Tau
Hazel Green BUSINESS WORLD
Laughing blue eyes, a comradely grin, and a friend-
ly manner make Alice essential to Morgan Park.
S. A.5 Room Secretary I, 35 Snapshot Collector 35
Annual Collector 25 Room Treasurer 45 Civics
Committee 25 Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 45 Annual Staff
45 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 French Club 41
"Pickles" 35 "Jerry of Jericho Road" 45 Dancing
Club 45 Folk Dancing I.
Red-headed lean, 'with her sense of humor, has
rliarmed us all and we are sure she will continue to
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CATHERINE PULLAR 1 I
S. A.5 Room Treasurer 35 Room Chairman 41
French Club 45 Dancing Club 45 Girl Reserves 45 3 X
"Jerry of Jericho Road" 4. f
Parker Sr. High WISCONSIN I '
Vim and vitality are the principle factors that con- 1
tribute to Catherine's personality.
RHEA RIMES ggl'
S. A.5 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 Cabinet 35 Secre- lla
tary 45 Tau Epsilon 3, 45 Dancing Club 31 43 lit
'iPickles" 35 Opera 45 Civics Committee Ij Treas- ,l f,'
urer 25 Secretary 45 Snapshot Collector 21 Inter-
class Baseball 35 French Club IQ Second Vice- 55'
President 45 Folk Dancing I. 3
Arlington ROCKFORD g t
Everyone knows what a good sport Rhea is. Her 5
affinity and prominence in Girl Reserves have shown . .,
her to be one of its best workers. lit
HELEN RYPKEMA "Dyno" j ,H
S. A.5 Spanish Club 3, 4g Dramatic Club 3, 45
"Hurry, Hurry, Hurryi' 45 Girl Reserves 4. j
Kohn , UNDECIDED I 5
Her genius for rattling of Spanish sets of her
strilsiazg individuality. 5 yt
HAROLD SENNSTROM "Bud"
S. A.5 R. O. T. C. I, 2, 3, 45 Honor Society 45 , I
Science Club 2, 35 Spanish Club 2, 35 Physics Club ' il
35 Faraday Club 45 Aero Club 45 First Sergeant j 51?
2, 31 Stage Craft Club 35 Stamp Club 45 Flag . 5.
Detail 3, 45 Hall Guard 2, 35 Non-commissioned Fig
Ofiicer 2, 3, 45 Honor Company 3, 4. , ,
Vanderpoel CRANE JR. COLLEGE 3
Harold is our chief chemist.'Although he takes in-
terest in all our school activities, this is his greatest iiil
CHRISTINE SCHLEPOWICZ "Giggles" H '5
S. A.5 Spanish Club 3, 45 Empehi Clerical Stan' l
2, 3, 45 Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4. , J,
Arlington BUSINESS WORLD fqlf
We could not get along without Christine who is j
our Enipehi News typist. She always does her work in
so carefully and conscientiously. l
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ELEANOR SEABROOK "El"
S. A.5 Folk Dancing IQ Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Girl
Reserves 3, 45 Physics Club 35 "Tulip Time" 25
"Picklesl' 35 "Jerry of Jericho Road" 4.
"El" has been one of the old stand-bys in the Glee
Club, and she will be missed by this group of girls.
RUTH SHEA "Shrimp"
S. A.5 Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 45 Annual Collector
35 Empehi News 3, 4Q French Club 41 Soccer
Team 45 Basketball Team 4.
To her friends she is known as "Shrimp," tiny,
but packed full of eheerfulness and witticisms.
S. A.5 Art Club 2, 3, 4Q "Pickles" 32 Dancing 2, 35
Zoology Club 45 Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 45 Snap-
shot Collector 4.
Morgan Park Elementary
Chatty Virginia has inode herself absolutely es-
sential to Morgan Park because of her talent as au
RAYMOND SCHULANDER "Rimp"
S. A.5 Civics Committee 45 Interclass Basketball
2, 3, 45 Interclass Baseball 2, 35 Interclass Foot-
ball 4j Interclass Wrestling 3, 45 Interclass Swim-
ming 45 Hi-Y 3, 4g Botany Club 25 Physics
Ionesville, Michigan BUSINESS COLLEGE
l?Vhat one word can describe "Rirnp" better than
congenial? Or perhaps jovial would be more ap-
S. A.5 Girl Reserves 41 Quilpen 45 Secretary 4:
Interclass Basketball IQ Captain IQ Interclass Vol-
ley Ball I5 Captain IQ Interclass Baseball IQ Cap-
tain I5 Dramatic Club I, 25 "Mrs Late-s" I5 "Why
the Chimes Rang" 3 5 Cheer Leader I, 2, 3 5 Lawrian
Literary Society 35 President 31 Social Chairman
31 Girls Hi-Y 2, 35 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 G. H. S.
Girls' Quartette 2, 3.
Galesburg High School WESLEY MEMORIAL
Our afrniable little cartoonist has 'won her way into
many hearts during the short time that she has
been at Einpehi.
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CLAYTON H. STAFFORD "Mudd"
S.. A.3 R. O. T. C. I, 2, 3, 43 Lieutenant 33 Cap-
tam 43 Dramatic Club 3, 43 Vice-President 43
Glee Club 3, 43 President 43 Officers' Club 3, 43
Secretary 33 "Pickles"3 "Jerry of Jericho Road"
43 Interclass Football 2, 3, 4g Interclass Basketball
,3, 43 Band I, 2, 3, 43 "It Pays to Advertise" 33
"Hurry, Hurry, Hurry" 43 Empehi News 33
Zoology Club 43 Band I, 2, 3, 43 Jazz Orchestra 3.
Arlington Business WORLD
, An opera and with it, "lWuddl" And why uot, for
who else has a more souorous voice?
S. A.3 Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 43 Botany Club 22
Girls Interclass Volley Ball 33 "Pickles" 31 Tau
Epsilon I, 2, 3, 43 French Club 42 Empehi News
lBeryl's perserveranee accounts for her readiness to
enter into anything and to carry her part well.
JEWEL SPECHT "Judy"
S. A.3 Botany Club 2, 33 Civics Committee 32
Girls' Glee Club 43 Folk Dancing 23 Girls' Inter-
class Basketball 3, 43 "Jerry of Jericho Road" 45
Girl Reserves 2.
Morgan Park Elementary
She's jolly, she's snappy, and she's our idea of
someone who always jinds the best in life.
ABRAM KEENE SPITLER "Sufi"
S. A.g R. O. T. C. I, 2, 3, 43 Sergeant 3, 43 Tau
Epsilon 43 Band3 Debating Club IQ Botany Club
23 Science Club 33 Faraday Club 43 Glee Club 43
"J-erry of Jericho Roadl' 4.
Central Park School ILLINo1s
Keene, an enthusiastic and talkative chap, is much
admired because of his perseverance.
DOROTHY STUMP "D0i1Qn
S. A.3 Art Club 2, 3, 43 Vice-President 33 Presi-
dent 4Q Spanish Club 3, 43 Botany Club. 3g Board
of Control 43 Civics Committee 4 3 Junior Volley
Ball Team 33 Junior Indoor 33 Senior Soccer 4.
Fernwood I U
Botlz the Art Club and girls' athletics elazin "Dot
as one of their most diligent workers.
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S. A.5 Art Club 3, 45 Girl Reserves IQ Interclass 1,
A1 Basketball 35 Interclass Volley Ball 35 Folk Danc- 1 is
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11 , . A.5 R .... 3, 45 Band 3, 45 rchestra 45 1 1
1 Science Club 35 Zoology Club 45 Physics Club 3. 1'
1 11, '1 Bowen UNDECIDED 1 1
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'l 1 S. A.5 Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 45 l I
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if ' S. A.5 Management Committee I5 Room Treasurer 1 l 1
11 25 Civic Committee 35 Board of Control 3, 45 An- ' 11
- 1 nual Collector 15 Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 45 Folk Dane- 1 -1
111 ing IQ Dancing Club 3, 45 President 3,'45 Girl
,ll Reserves I, 2, 41 "Contest of the Nations" IQ 11
"Tulip Timel' 25 f'Pickles" 35 "Jerry" 45 Empehi 1, 11
News Staff 3, 45 News Editor 45 Associate Ed- 11
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l11 Mary has been in the limelight at Empehi many
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S. A.5 Zoology Club 45 Orchestra 41 Iazz Orches- 1 1
2 . tra 45 Snapshot Collection 45 CAt Tildenj Band 1, 1
51 5 2, 35 Comp. 2, 35 C. I. C. I, 2, 35 Harmonica Club jj'
QQ1 2, 35 President 2, 35 Tilden Silvertones 2, 3. 1 if
1 1 Tilden CHICAGO Music COLLEGE
171 1 Bernard's interest in music has been manifested f jli
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ROBERT H. THAYER "Bob"
S. A.5 Science Club 35 Interroom Basketball 4Q
Interclass Track 35 VVrestling 25 Hi-Y 4.
"Bob" is the good-looking red-haired fellow with
most contagious grin.
S. A.5 Quilpeu I, 2, 3, 45 Tau Epsilon 2, 35 Room
Chairman 1, 2, 35 Civics Committee 25 Secretary
45 Snapshot Collector 4.
Tall, slim, and dignified, with an indejinable charm
and quiet graces.
ETHEL VAN DYNE "Van"
S. A.5 Spring Festival I, 25 Christmas Festival
1, 25 Scribblers' Club 25 History Club 25 Atlanta
2, 35 Interclass Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Interclass
Hockey 25 Interclass Volley Ball 3, 45 Interclass
Soccer 45 Captain 45 Interclass Basketball I, 2,
3, 45 Captain 2, 35 Tennis Doubles 33 Girls' Em-
blem Club 45 Room Treasurer 45 Tau Epsilon 3,
43 Science Club 45 Faraday Club 45 French Club
41 Latin Club 2.
Oak Park High NATIONAL PARK SEMINARY
A competent little athlete, an excellent student, a
possessor of a 'winning smile, characterizes Ethel.
EDVVARD 1. WICKERSHAM "Wick"
S. A.5 Science Club 25 Interclass Track 35 Physics
Club 35 Faraday Club 4.
Vanderpocl LELAND STANFORD
Diminutive in size but monstrous in importance is
our famous "professor of impersonationf'
FREDERICK VON BERNER "Freddie"
S. A.5 R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 35 Physics Club 2, 35
Hall Guard 2, 35 Officer Orderly 2, 35 Interclass
Wrestling 45 Pep Committeeg Emblem Club 45
Room Treasurer 2, 45 Manager Football Team 45
Science Club 2, 35 Swimming Team 3, 41 Spanish
Can there be any doubt that we all know "Freddie"
as the happy-go-lucky football manager?
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HERBERT WHITE "Herb"
S. A.g Civic Committee 3g Management Commit-
tee 41 Tau Epsilon 3, 4.
Hyde Park CORNELL
"Herb" is our good-looking gum chewer. His witty
remarks never shake his self-composure, although
they are fully appreciated by other people.
BERNICE REUTER "Bed"
S. A.g Spanish Club SQ Botany Club 3Q Girl Re-
serves IQ Girls' Interclass Baseball 3.
Arlington BUSINESS COLLEGE
"Beau has a personality that predicts her success in
the business world.
ANNE SMITH "Smiles"
S. A.: Soccer Team 4Q Cui Boni Club IQ Thimble
Club 25 Bird Club 21 Merciette Club 21 Princess
Club 32 Pro Musical Club 3 3 Glee Club 3.
Mercy High School UNDECIDED
"Smiles" sure was a jolly new comer, and although
she just arrived in her senior year, she has set forth
her individuality many times.
DOROTHY AUSTIN "Dar"
S. A.g Zoology Club 3, 4 3 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4g
Stagecraft Club 4.
Dorothy is a 'very capable girl who sees the thing
to be done and does it.
GEORGE R. BOND
S. A.g Interclass Football 2, 31 Interclass Basket-
ball 2, 3, 43 Football 2, 35 Manager of Football
Team 4 5 Manager Interclass Track 5 Manager of
Outdoor Track 3Q Botany Club 2, 35 Glee Club 4.
Sargeant CColoradoj UNDECIDED
George is discreet and quiet, and many times we
are unaware of his presence, but that can be laid to
the fact that he's always working hard.
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ROY R. JOHNSON "Son"
S. A.g Tau Epsilon 4, Golf Team 45 Zoology Club
39 Interclass Basketball 3. .
D. S. Wentworth
This cheerful fellow, although small in stature, has
that art of creating no little amount of amusement
by his well-enjoyed jokes.
WILLIAM KEEHAN " "Billy
S. A.g Class Officer 25 Basketball 21 Football 3, 4Q
Interclass Basketball 33 Interclass Football 3, 4.
Mount Carmel NOTRE DAME
Bill's nonchalance and fun-loving manner have 'won
for him hosts of friends. ,
VIRGINIA WARD "Ginny"
S. A.g Basketball 23 French Club 33 Treasurer 4:
President 45 Senior Soccer Team 45 Senior Basket-
ball Team 4.
Quiet and self-possessed as all good athletes are
but there is a good deal of jofuialty behind that
FRANCES WILLCOX "Fran"
S. A., Botany Club 3, 43 Science Club 3, 4, Girl
Reserves 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 4.
Frances is the whole-hearted type of girl who
d0esn't believe in doing things in halves or quarters.
She can always be depeiwled on as a good friend.
WALTER VVOERNER "Wally"
S. A., Interelass Football IQ Room Treasurer I, 25
Football 3, 42 Emblem Club 3, 45 Vice-President
Emblem Club 4.
The football team, which will be sorry to lose
"Wally," claims him as one of its stars,' in fact, in
work or play, "Wally" is always on the job.
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Class Vote-Best at shorthand.
Nokomis BUSINESS WORLD
Quiet, dignijied, and 1'e.re1"ved is Edna.
ANNE JONKMAN "Annie"
S. A.g Room Treasurer 2.
Class Vote-Be-st Typist.
Evergreen Park BUSINESS WORLD
We all know "Annie" as our eficient, typing chain-
MARJORY FLETCHER "Marge"
Class Vote-Teacher's pet.
Central Park School BUSINESS WORLD
"Marge's" stiidionsness has made her a favorite with
all her teachers.
SYLVIA SLUKA "Shake"
S. A.g Room Secretary I, 2.
Class Vote-Best sense of humor.
Barnard BUSINESS WORLD
A cnte blonde with a keen .sense of hnrnor, that is
Arlinggon ' BUSINESS WORLD
Katherine is always on the job when it comes to do-
ing her part and doing it well.
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"Tracy's" quiet way of going about her own work,
will win favor in the businexs world.
EVELYN FOREST "Evie"
S, A.g Room Secretary I.
Class Vote-Best dressed.
Fernwood BUSINESS WORLD
"Evie's" neat clothes and pretty hair combined with
a quiet personality, have won for her a place in all our
MARIE RICKERT "Weasel"
S. A.g Civic Conpgaittee 2.
Class Vote-Most popular girl and girl with the
Vivacious Marie is a carefree girl who has that love
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S. A.g Interclass Baseball I.
Zion Evangelical Lutheran School
ENGLEWOOD NIGHT SCHOOL
Dot, athletic, and fall of pep, enlivens a baseball
ALMA SCHINKE "Al"
S. A.g Girl Reserves 2.
Fernwood ENGLEWOOD BUSINESS COLLEGE
"Al's" nnfailing good cheer is known to all her
QMINNIE PIERSMA "Min"
S. A.g Girl Reserves I, 2.
Hazel Green School BUSINESS WORLD
A loyal Girl Reserve, "Min" will be missed at the
meetings next year.
ALYCE M. NICHOLS "Nick"
S. A.g Tau Epsilon 23 Room Treasurer I.
Central Park ENGLEWOOD BUSINESS COLLEGE
"Nick" is a demnre miss, who hides an intelligent
mind underneath a mask of polly brown eyes and
S. A.g Girl Reserves 2.
Vanderpoel ENGLEWOOD BUSINESS COLLEGE
Miscliievioits and jfnll of fnn, Caroline is on loyal
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BESSIE BARD "Bess"
S. A.g Management Committee IQ Room Secre-
Academy of Our Lady BUSINESS WORLD
"Bess" is our Titian haired beauty, quiet, but with
ANN FLYNN "Ness"
St. Kilians BUSINESS WORLD
Quiet and reserved, Ann's dignity will make her
an ideal employee.
CARL BERGQUIST "Bergy"
S. A.g Civic Committee 2Q Room Treasurer IQ
Ticket Salesman 2.
Central Park ENGLEWOOD NIGHT SCHOOL
"Bergy's" ability to stick to his job will serve him
well in the business world.
AMELIA MOCHA "Mele"
S. A. 5 Girl Reserves 2.
Len Small School, Midlothian BUSINESS WORLD
Dependable, enthusiastic, and a good sport charac-
terize Amelia perfectly.
S. A.g Civic Committee IQ Girl Reserves I, 2.
Central Park . BUSINESS WORLD
Quiet Marion is so full of fun that it is a pleasure
to know her well.
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S. A.5 Management Committee I 5 Civic Com-
Central Park School BUSINESS WORLD
Helen's executive ability will serve her well in the
GRACE WEMLINGER, President "Gokey"
S. A.g Management Committee IQ Room Secretary
IQ Annual Collector 25 Dancing Club I, 25 Opera
21 President 2.
Barnard BUSINESS WORLD
Pretty, peppy, and popular "Gokey" has danced her
way into our hearts.
ELSIE JOHNSON, Secretary "Johnny"
S. A.5 Civic Committee IQ Management Commit-
tee 25 Tau Epsilon 25 Secretary 4.
Fernwood BUSINESS WORLD
"Johnny" has showed her executive ability by her
service on the M anagenient and Civic Coinrnittees.
PETER VAN BEEK "Pete"
S. A.5 Civic Committee 2g Room Treasurer I, 25
Ticket Salesman 2.
Central Park School ENGLEWOOD NIGHT SCHOOL
"Pete," our jolly treasurer and ticket .s'ales11'za1z, will
be niissed by a host of friends.
MARION THOMAS "Mare"
S. A.5 Civic Committee IQ Room Secretary IQ
Botany Club 21 Basketball 2.
Barnard BUSINESS Woman
Ernpelifs loss will be the biisiness worldir gain,
lllarion is vitally interested in everything.
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HAROLD OETTER "Twin'
ii , S. A.g Room Secretary 25 Ticket Salesman 2.
Il Q Morgan Park Elementary School
' ENGLEWOOD NIGHT SCHOOL
1 ' This is Harold, of the fannous twins who have
if T mystified all of us with their similarity.
T HOWARD OETTER, Treasurer "Twin"
1, 'i S. A. 3 Room Secretary ZQ Treasurer 4.
Morgan Park Elementary School
iQ ' ENGLEWOOD NIGHT SCHOOL
. "Howard,' the other half of the twins is always
' ready to entertain us with as never ending "line" of
. X stories.
1, BERNICE H. SEMMER, Vice-President "Pet"
J' T S. A.g Management Committee IQ Tau Epsilon 2.
fx Sutherland METROPOLITAN BUSINESS COLLEGE
. A faworite with both teachers and students. Bernice
r X has distinguished herself by her scholarship.
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' 4 S. A.g Room Treasurer IQ Dancing Club 2j Bas-
' ketball 2.
T Barnard BUSINESS WORLD
+I i Athletic Lorna will be missed in the girls' gym
1, N classes.
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Most Popular Girl ...,.....
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Mr Best Dressed Boy ................... .,........... E dxvard Hauber
W l Best Dressed Girl ..........,.....,...,,,........ ...,.,.. M ildred Venecek
l' 4 Boy with Best Sense of Humor ..,.....,,,, ............,... R obert Black
il Girl with Best Sense of Humor ....,.. ......... V irginia Strobel
l Most Representative Boy ................. ..,........... B ruce Ladd
, Most Representative Girl ....,,.,,.,.,. ..,....,. B eatrice Eagle
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til: r Best-looking Boy ...,.............,......,,,................,......,. Wallace Gault
Best-looking Girl ...,.,..... ........,...................,... M artha Janney
l Most Popular Boy ....,.... ........... J ack Haliday, Bob Burnam
l Most Popular Girl ...,.,..,. ..... ' 'Fuzzyu Logan, Maurene Frey
A Best Dancer, Boy .........., .................................. R obert Bruce
W Best Dancer, Girl ,,.,...,..........,...,,......,............. Genevieve Logan
M' Boy with the Best Line .,.,,.......,. Ross Wood, Robert Brookes
'Il' Girl with the Best Line .... Ruth Armstrong, Dorothy Lloyd
I l Best Dressed Boy .........,...................................... Herbert White
il Best Dressed Girl ........................,V,........................... Ruth Mavon
ll Boy with Best Sense of Humor ..........,...........,. Robert Brookes
l Girl with Best Sense of Humor ..........Y.....,,,. Ruth Armstrong
rg g Most Representative Boy ...... Robert Burnam, Jack Haliday
'll l, Most Representative Girl ....,. Maurene Frey, Dorothy Lloyd'
R l Class Bum ,........,,......,.....................,.....,.,......,............,.. Ross Wood
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XVI-IO'S WHO, FEBRUARY 1929
Although small, every inch of "Beatie's,' five feet two is bubbling over
with energy and carefree friendliness. These are the characteristics which have
made her so popular throughout her four years in Empehi.
"Beatie" is an excellent harpist. We have all sat spellbound while she
played her harp at our assemblies. Her musical talent has also been shown in
the chorus Work of the last two operas.
As a result of her work, she has been a member of Tau Epsilon for four
years, and now stands with the second highest average in her graduating class.
As a further pinnacle of popularity and executive ability, in her senior year,
she was chosen by her classmates to be their vice-president.
When we lose "Beatie" we feel as if a large bit of gladness and enthusiasm
is gone, and yet we all heartily wish her the best of happiness in the future.
A genial personality and a remarkable executive ability have won Bruce a
lasting place in Empehi. His popularity and leadership led his classmates to
choose him for "Who's Who."
Throughout his four years in high school, he has been unusually active in
school affairs. In his third year, he was a member of the Civic Committee and
the Management Committee 5 and in his senior year, he belonged to the Emblem
Club and Tau Epsilon. He has been in the R. O. T. C. for four years, and, due
to his good Work in that organization, he was promoted to the rank of Cadet
Bruce has also been vitally interested in athletics. When he was a junior,
he played on the interclass football team. In his fourth year, he proved himself
to be a fine addition to the football team, winning his major letter.
The February graduating class of 1929 showed their appreciation by elect-
ing him president. Bruce's friendliness and capability will long be missed at
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A quiet manner often masks the rare ability of a leader, and Robert Burnam
has proved this to be a fact. His interest in the school helped to make him a
valuable member of both the swimming and basketball teams, a Captain in the
R. O. T. C., and a member of Tau Epsilon.
In his sophomore year, he became connected with the Student Association,
as a member of the Civic Committee, during his third year he served on both
the Management and Social Committees. In recognition of his administrative
ability combined with popularity among his fellow students, the school conferred
its highest honor upon him last June, by electing him president of the Student
Association. Bob has been a popular president because of his dignity in conduct-
ing the assemblies and because of his democratic attitude of friendliness toward
all his classmates.
There are few people at Morgan Park who do not know Dorothy Lloyd.
She is one of the most popular, efficient, and representative members of her
class. As a result of the prominent part "Dot" has taken in school activities,
she was elected Vice-President of the Student's Association in her senior year.
During her last year she was a member of the Management Committee, Tau
Epsilon, the Annual Staff, and the Pep Committee. She also took part in the
Christmas Festival. -
For a long time, "Dot" has been known as a dancer and actress of excep-
tional ability. She was a member of the Dancing Club as a freshman and
junior, and being an active member of the Dramatic Club, held an important
part in the production of "It Pays to Advertise." '
"Dot's" personality is the secret of her success and her great popularity
is due to her leadership and keen sense of humor. Morgan Park will always
be proud to claim her as one of its students.
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Undoubtedly everyone in Morgan Park knows of -Iack's acting ability.
Since his Freshman year, he has been very much interested in the Dramatic
Club, and has been president of the club for the past two years. jack's acting
in "Hurry, Hurry, Hurry," and "Thank You Doctor" convinced us all that he
was fitted for the stage.
However, as interested as he was in dramatics, he did not limit himself to
one activity. He was the secretary of the Literary Club, and a member of the
Spanish Club, and of the R. O. T. C. Jack's popularity with all who knew him,
together with his calmness and capableness in handling any situation were
influential in gaining for him the presidency of the senior class. p
Morgan Park will no doubt hear of jack in future years still gaining fame
and popularity by his dramatic ability.
Maurene with her striking personality, enthusiasm, and capability, was des-
tined to become popular at Empehi. She has fulfilled that destiny beyond a
Soon after her arrival at Morgan Park, Maurene's delightful dancing ability
was discovered and put into immediate action in three of our operas. Nor is
she lacking in talent as an actress, this is evident to all of us who saw her with
leading roles in the Dramatic Club's production "Hurry, Hurry, Hurry." She
also won first place in the Oratorical contest last year. Besides being extremely
well versed along artistic lines, Maurene is a member of Tau Epsilon. She was
Vice-President of the Student Association in her senior year, as well as being a
member of Quilpen, the Dramatic Club, and the Dancing Club. As a fitting
mark of esteem, she was appointed Editor-in-Chief of this annual.
Maurene is indeed a representative student, as all of us well realize, and is
worthy of the appreciation which her class has shown by electing her the most
representative girl. We are proud of Maurene-she is a student of great merit.
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DIVISION lOl WHAT THEY REMIND US OF
'FLyman Gilbert, Chairman
Ruth Billings, V ice-C hairrnan
Jeanne Marriott, Secretary
Wesley Wilson, Treasurer
Barringer Baker, Annual Collector
. Dorothy Berlin
Ruth Mary Dare
4' Member of Tau Epsilon.
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Chief Bugle Blower.
Sally in our Alley.
63rd Street and Halsted
Water in a gas pipe.
Charlotte Bennett, Chairman
'Theodore Christensen, Vice-Chairman
'kEdward French, Secretary
Madeline Rummler, Treasurer
Constance Wurmstedt, Annual Collector
ff Member of Tau Epsilon.
WHAT THEY REMIND US Ol"
A good sport.
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juniors! What joyous, grand, and glorious
days are experienced by us who have two
full and pleasant years of school life to look
back upong two years of hard study and deep
concentration that formed the steps by which
we climbed to our third year, the most bril-
liant and productive of all. What whole-
some pleasures we have enjoyed during this,
our junior year, what special favors are be-
stowed upon us as we change from sopho-
mores to upper classmeng juniors, who in
their pleasures and activities, are just the
very peak of school life.
They are looked up to by the freshmen,
who are exceedingly inexperienced and who
long for the distant day when they too will
be juniors. Sophomores go their way, re-
joicing in their superiority over the freshmen,
but trying very hard to do and say the things
that juniors do and say. Even the seniors,
dignified and imposing as they are, serene in
their much admired and looked-up positions,
when confronted with the thought of all that
lies ahead of them after graduation, look
back with a touch of longing and regret at
those good old days when they were juniors,
Jean Anne Slocum, '30.
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Peg Henderson, Chairman
'Mary Brennan, Vice-Chairman
Randolph Iverson, Secretary
Ruth McKnight, T1'ea.rurer'
Ted Lowenthal Annual Collector
Robert Van Valkenburg
Edgar Toerper, Chairman
Horace Gaston, Vice-President
Robert Penson, Secretary
'Elizabeth Bohn, T1'ea.vm'er
Frances Sheils, Annual Collector
Helen Louise Knaff
'k Member of Tau Epsilon.
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invent a black dye for red hair.
be a co-ed at West Point.
be an aviator.
eat, drink and be merry.
bum around the world.
create a higher standard of profane language
be an aviatrix.
To lbecomeia star Major league hurler.
To get thin. .
Hunting ducks with an aeroplane.
become a great artist.
earn a lot of money.
be sittin' an' a whistlini all day long.
wear a college fraternity pin.
own a f'hoss" ranch with lots of "ho-sses.
become a swimming teacher.
pass all my subjects.
drive a car a hundred miles.
be a West Pointer.
own a night club.
be the first woman president.
be a dancer. l
cook for a certain person:
be the cadet major.
A lady of. leisure. '
learn to do a back dive. A
fire Jack West.
be a blacksmith.
be a great manufacturer, like Uncle
be a rich bachelor.
capture my millionaire.
be a bootlegger.
have that person let me drive his car
come to school only twice a week.
own a certain red and white roadster.
drive "our" car.
win a golf championship.
sail around the world.
graduate- from school.
drive a new Studebaker.
be a lawyer. I like to argue.
be a school teacher.
see the world through a porthole.
own a Chev. coupe.
be a nice old maid.
have a good report card.
be a movie critic.
make a million.
be First Ladv of the Land.
hunt wild animals in Africa.
be a second Rockerfellow.
own my own car.
be an engineer.
be an army food distributor.
make mv million on Broadway.
ve three lunch periods.
get an "S" in Geometry. '
have classes omitted from school.
be a success.
be an auctioneer.
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John Hanna, Chairman
9tGordon Stow, Vice-Chairrnan
Jessica Gault, Secretary
Charlotte Stenger, Treasurer
Ruth Coleman, Annual Collector
'kRuth Palmer, Chairman
3"Roger Boylan, Vice-Chairman
Ruth Coleman, Secretary
Lillian W0-ida, Treasurer
Katherine Haigh, Annual Collector
iMac Louise Burnham
Ella Duwaine Reed
"fMary St. John
Mary Ada Tibbles
'fMember of Tau Epsilon.
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To be an army pursuit pilot.
To be something like a11 architect.
Mfaking my sculpturing more popular.
It's hard to say.
To make everybody pay up for the Annual.
Merely a musician.
To get to school on time some morning.
travel through the Orient.
know French verbs like Miss Bellinghausen
To recite without shaking.
To- see us win the next band contest.
To become ambitious.
Intensive study and research.
To know my Latin without studying it.
To meet the "Kansas City Kitty." '
To be a second i'Lindy".
To become a stuck-up senior.
To be my own boss.
To go to Annapolis.
Est-ce que je sais?
To be in the French Diplomatic Service.
To talk louder than my neighbor in division.
To play the shoe horn in the rubber band.
To become an interior decorator.
To be a great man.
To- find that lost desire.
To be a commercial artist.
To make teachers do homework.
To kind the song of songs for me.
To get a free airplane ride to Mars.
To find that girl.
To graduate sometime in the future.
To be a great singer.
To be a ballet dancer.
To beat Helen Wills.
To save up enough money to pay for this.
To write good excuses for Miss Sturgeon.
To have a complete Paris wardrobe.
To beat my dad in a game of golf.
To be a good cook.
Ask my mother-I'm too young to know.
To write something good.
I'll tell some day.
To get out of school.
To play roulette at Monte Carlo.
To be a bum, humming California.
Don't ask me.
An English teacher, I s'pect.
Feeding peanuts to the bears at the zoo.
Don't hesk. Ctsk tskl.
To be on the sanitary district payroll.
To be a corporation lawyer in Rock Island.
To get everyone's autograph in my annual.
To be a great portrait painter.
To be a journalist like Herrick.
To beat Tilden in football next year.
To make my Spanish grade.
To be a first rate newspaper writer.
To be a dancer, just cause.
To make an Olympic team.
To direct a "talkie".
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DIVISION ROOM 203
tElaine Jacobson, Chairman
Major Stephens, V ice-Chairman
Dave Patton, Secretary
t!'F1oreuce Edwards, Treasurer
tMary Louise Heald, Annual Collector
"fWilliam Hoffman, Chairman
Elizabeth George, Vice-Chairman
Charles Spangler, Secretary
Frances Reynolds, Treasurer
Kenneth Coughenour, Annual Collector
Eva Lou Bongbaugh
i'Member of Tau Epsilon
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be a second Helen Wills.
write the big story for the "Trib."
To spear the Atlantic with Linberger.
To be a violinist and a good interpreter of music.
A society reporter.
To be the most loved poetess of the country.
To be an efficient typist.
invent bobby pins that hold!
be a candy sampler at Mrs. Snyders.
To be a second Rockefeller.
To be the best organist in the world.
To study organ interpretations and playing.
To be a doctor--so I can take Jack Wright's tonsils
To be equal to Pavlowa in my dancing career.
To be able to write stories, since I couldn't for
To drive my own roadster.
To be a flyer-the nearest I'll ever get to the "Pearly
To be an interior decorator to smash my fingers
and break peop1e's pictures.
To be a bootlegger-safe and sane in Chicago.
be a commercial illustrating artist.
To obtain a perpetual pass!
To borrow the Street sign at State and Madison.
To be in the Olympics, and later to play on a harp
To be a civil engineer.
To be a model with "Dot" Hopkins and Margaret
To be a painter and paint the world's most beauti-
ful CFD girl.
To be a famous automobile designer.
It's a secret! Havey knows but Won't introduce me.
To be the presidentys wife and have lots of dogs.
To study dramatics because it is so interesting.
To become the American Golf Champion.
get through college.
To stretch-and how!
play a good game of golf.
be deck-hand on a submarine.
To be able to really dive.
To win the golf championship.
To get better grades.
To play upon a winning baseball team.
To get my radio to work.
To have my dreams come true.
To have four stars on my shoulder straps.
To be a toe dancer, because I enjoy nothing more.
To be a librarian who really meets people.
go around the world.
be admiral of the Swiss navy.
A hairdresser-so I can help old maids get husbands.
To be a Spanish interpreter, if I can ever master the
To get a letter in sewing.
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DIVISION 307 cC07lf1l1'lM4?dJ
John Handbury, Chairman
John Winsor, Vice-Chairman
Marcella Sheils, Secretary
Jean Ann Slocum, Treasurer
John Rankaitis, Annual Collector
" Member of Tau Epsilon.
To see some more pictures as good as "Close
To be "Somebody's Stenogf'
To get through the University safely.
To be a retired business man when I graduate from
To travel abroad.
To play half-back at Notre Dame.
To be a retired banker.
To be a peanut roaster at State and Michigan.
Me for the free and easy life of a high-class bum.
A teacher-so I can give everybody E's.
To ride in an aeroplane at 150 miles an hour.
To sketch very well.
To be the National Girl Reserve President.
To see Morgan Park win a basketball championship.
Same as John Handbury's ambition.
I haven't decided.
To be a foreign newspaper correspondent.
get good marks and be eligible for the team.
be a publisher.
To be a designer for some large store.
To be one of Morgan Park's alumni.
To be a surgeon and cut people up, you know.
To stay in Miss Walter's division.
be a successful woman hater.
be a window washer for Morgan Park High.
To demonstrate how to chew bubble gum.
To be a woman hater and howl
To be an excellent stenographer.
To be first "Lady Babe Ruth."
To be eligible for one whole year.
To travel around the world at least once.
To be the world's premier outboard racer.
To travel all around the world in an aeroplane.
To be a great civil engineer in South America.
To become a star basketball player.
Boy! You'd be surprised! ! !
To be an aviator.
To be the champion flag pole sitter.
be on the "S" list and beat Elaine Jacobson at
To run in Pyle's bunion race.
To abolish the study of the French language.
be a first-class stenographer.
be a school teacher and "do unto others as
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'Grace Graver, Vice-Chairman
'Genevieve Stoker, Secretary
Robert Longley, Treasurer
Lillian Smith, Annual Collecter
Fred Diamond ,
Harriet Mason '
+B'etsy Swift '
be a good room chairman.
be a detective on murder cases. -
teach Mr. Gay's kids physics.
be a traveling bum.
be a dress designer.
be a stenographer.
on't tell my secrets.
graduate from high-school soon.
be a spinster school-marm. '
be an air-mail pilot. '
get a real Wind blown bob. '
be a day watchman in a night clubj
be a sailor. . ' I
be an English teacher. ,
be a great foot-ball player.
be my own boss.
become a lunchroom instructor.
be an electrical engineer.
,bg la great violinist.
be an aviatrix and own my own plane
be a high-school principal. . , ,
a successful nurse.
.a successful gangstress.
pass Latin. 1
do something unusual. '
be an electrical engineer. l
write my ambition clearly.
be honorable and ancient. .
get an "S" in Spanish.
be an author and write English books.
'Member of Tau Epsilon.
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No longer must I bear the jeers,
Flung at the lowly Freshman's doorg
No longer feel their woes and fears,
For I'm a mighty Sophomore!
I pass up Freshmen in the hall,
I can even pass my prof,
I guess Ilm What' you'd like to call,
A quite sophisticated Soph!
I've passed the first milestone, and now,
I might improve my score,
Fm proud as Lucifer-and how!
I love to be a Sophomore!
Fm sure when I'm a Senior great,
And, at the struggling Juniors scoff,
I'll never of my glories prate,
As now when I'm a Soph!
So, class mates true-come sing with me,
Our anthem upward soars,
A joyous hymn, because, you see,
We're glad weire Sophomoresl
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' DIVISION 123-
4'Frank Todd, Chairman -
Carolyn Stevens, V ice-Chairman
Robert Schermerhorn, Secretary
Roy Pitkin, Treasurer
Mabel Zeder, Annual Collector
Sadie Bush .
Elmer Fashbaugh '
"'Herbert Gunner, Chairman
Virginia Eagle, Vice-Chairman
"Bernice Glass, Secretary
'tDorothy Goller, Treasurer
Betty Eldridge, Annual Collector
Joy Mac Mahon
Mary Jane McAllister
it Member of Tau Epsilon.
Trying to break the ice with my head.
Breakin' hearts of the fair sex.
Riding Cand pushing! motorcycles.
Vacations all year 'round
My hobby is to play golf.
Kidding the girls along.
Making the Honor Society.
Books, books, and more books.
Walking home from school.
Dancing with a keen girl.
Getting "S" in Spanish.
Watching the clock.
Running for the train.
Having just gobs of fun.
Being last into class and first out.
Driving our car into a couple of phone poles
Teaching math. to a'Scotehman.
My hobby is playing baseball.
Hunting a hobby.
Swimming 'cause I swim like a rock.
Damping and swimming, of course.
Basketball in our gym.
Dancing in the opera.
Anything but work.
Swimming in our pool.
Reading good books.
Driving-a Graham Paige.
Sleep till seven-Oriental at eleven.
A good movie.
Tennis at Hamilton Park.
Flying in an Eagle Rock plane.
Playing a good game of football.
Go places and do things.
Being late for school.
Anything but school.
Going up in the air.
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C Continued J
'William Watson, Chairman
Mary Nell Bort, Vice-Chairman
Betty Roby, Secretary
Kenneth Arneman, Treasurer
Kenneth Carver, Annual Collector
Morris Brewster .
Frank Coen .
Susie Usborne V
'kDorothy Flanigan, Chairman
Joe Stephenson, Vice-Chazrrnan
Bernadine Turner, Secretary
Eating ice cream.
Loafing out of school.
Le francais, et comment!
p FAVORITE HOBBY
Talking, but not in school.
Oh my, sleep. '
Going to baseball games.
Hunting and flshing.
Practicing Spanish. '
Writing letters-long ones.
Driving a car.
Walking on long walks. '
Nothing much and plenty of it.
Drawing and lots of it.
Eating and sleeping.
To go thru study period without getting
Reading a good book.
Seeing how long I canstay up at night.
Ancient History Outlines.
Tennis with a good player.
A thrilling roller-coaster, with tht certain
Selling tickets for the Spanish fiesta.
Seeing a good show.
Looking for buds.
Leisure time after school.
Swimming in Minnesota.
My Latin lessons.
Playing my sax and tennis.
4th period lunch hour.
Swimming, especially in M. P. H. S. pool.
Playing the bugle.
Baseball in M. P. school yards.
Ice skating and hocky.
A good game of basketball.
Weapons-Yes, I'm from Chicago.
Anything nice-especially homework.
P'Ben Byers, Treasurer Miss I-Iolland's Spanish class.
fFBetty Lou Bills, Annual Collector
' Member of Tau Epsilon.
Eating ice cream.
Hiking and camping.
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DIVISION 222 CContinuedj
George Warren Anderson
George William Anderson
'Phillip Crane '
Ralph Morgan, Chairman
'Eugene Grossman, Vice-Chairman
Doris Grosscup, Secretary
Don Davis, Treasurer
William Davies, Annual Collector
' Member of Tau Epsilon.
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F ishing+for fish.
Doing homework in classes.
I like golfing-Calonej
I'm for baseball.
Travelling in the mountains.
Mr. Beardsley's geometry class.
Reading in the library.
Magic tricks. '
Collecting specimans for botany.
Watching Bobby draw.
A hobby horse because it's easy to get on.
Taking amateur motion pictures.
Sports, of course. .
Reading good books.
Going to shows.
Math.-it's good for the brain.
Boating in Michigan. ,
Golf at Hickory.
Studying in 230.
Swimming in our pool.
Playing in the band.
Fishing for trout.
Science-all kinds of it.
Swimming and boating.
Tennis at Crescent Park.
Almost anything-not quite.
Making the swimming team.
The study of horsefeathers, O.K.M.N.X.
Horses and basketball.
Trying to cover my wall with signs and
Thinking up bright answers for these dumb
Chewing nails and eating rock candy.
Going for automobile rides.
Going to the theater.
Staying away from school.
Lilsltening to Guy Lombardo play "Deep
My hobby is dancing.
Taking long hikes in the country.
My hobby is sketching figures of pretty girls.
Swimming one-hundred lengths of the pool.
To watch bashful girls blush.
Breaking records-then telling Mr. Gay.
all about it.
Dancing with ul-." ,
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Peter Van Beek, V ice-Chairman
Harold Oetter, Secretary
Darrel Hart, Treasurer
Grace Wemlinger, Annual Collector
La Verne MacDonald
" Member of Tau Epsilon.
That certain dream date.
Going to dances with someone.
Arguing with Julia.
Seeing a major-league baseball game.
Going swimming and dancing.
I am for football.
Music II and its teacher.
Coin cellection, oh yes!
Collecting Litzinburg unused stamps.
Counting the days 'till vacation.
All kinds of sports.
Raising different kinds of flowers.
I collect the colored paper linings
Reading anything but general science.
Planting and growing flowers.
My hobby is home work. Oh! How I love it.
Nothing in particular: everything in general.
Tinkering with motorcycles.
Winning band contests.
Listening to Coon Sanders.
Going to dances with Lester Belshaw.
Dancing with a keen partner.
Playing baseball and watching the Cubs play.
Playing the piano.
Swimming in our pool.
Flying an airplane from the ground.
All kinds of music.
My hobby is eating.
Driving a car.
Collecting pictures of the stars.
My hobby is reading.
My hobby is working out cross-word
puzzles for the Tribune.
Reading good books.
I like swimming.
My hobby is dancing.
Me for basketball.
Taking out the car.
Collecting old coins.
Baseball and swimming.
Bowling in tournaments.
My favorite hobby is to
Preparing sales talks.
Swimming in our pond.
I like to hike.
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Minnie Piersma f
"'George Umhofer, C halrrnan
xRichard Gehrer, Vice-Chairman
Kathleen Churchp Secretary
Frances Baum, Treasurer
Frank Minton, Annual Collector
J olgn Anderson
Dorland Gray, Charirman
Marjorie McKee, Vice-Chairman
Lois Hough, Secretary
Jane Korten, Treasurer .
Alice Goe, Annual Collector
TMember of Tau Epsilon
Baseball at all times.
Tennis for me.
My hobby is drawing pictures.
Good story reading is my hobby.
I like to dance.
My hobby is peppy dancing.
My hobby is reading the Empehi News.
Good story reading.
Playing volley ball.
Collecting pictures of movie actors.
Attempting to play baseball.
Collecting good jokes.
H.orse-back riding, especially falling off.
Playing golf with cannon balls.
Singing with the Knights of Notes.
Reading Shakespeare's books.
Anything concerning riding motorcycles.
Acting out "Shylock."
Going to- the lectures at the Art Institute.
Conducting blindfold cigarette tests.
Driving a Packard Eight on an unpatrol
Roller skating in between falls.
Trying to sell old golf balls for good ones.
Talking in class.
To write notes.
Playing tiddely winks with man hole cove
Getting a thirty day vacation.
Studying Espanol? and howl
Collecting tadpoles. ,
Collecting pictures of movie actresses.
Selling tickets for Salesmanship.
Using big words. 1
Moving when I don't want to.
Skating and making a three-point landing.
Walking in the dunes.
Dreaming-but not in class.
Driving through vacant lots.
Eating, drinking, and sleeping.
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DIVISION 306 CC0llf1'11.146dD
Lewis Kelley '
'Florence Whyte, Chairman
Edward Sandrok, V ice-Chairman
1'tBetty Weller, Secretary
Warren West, Treasurer
Dick Kephart, Annual Collector
Merlen June George
X Member of Tau Epsilon.
Stall, tailspin, washout.
Drawing is my hobby.
Sailing when the ocean's rocky.
Ice skating-because I get a lot of spills.
Boxing is my hobby.
Listening to Miss Monsch rave Cabout flowersj.
Making fudge when it turns out right.
Piano playing--without the practising.
Going to a talkie.
I like to sing for pleasure.
Going to basketball games.
A red hot football game.
Golhng in the hot sun.
Dancing and such.
Practising my piano lesson.
Chewing gum and talking in division-land howl.
Swimming in the ocean.
Salesmanship-don't take it!
'Chewing gum in Miss Monsch's room. Don't try it!
Playing golf on a private link at Diamond Lake.
Sleeping late in the morning.
Putting the accelerator to the floor boards out in
the "Wide open spaces".
My hobby is landscape drawing.
Music, Ilm professio-nal, too.
Going on trips after night.
To lie in bed and read a book.
Trying to drive other people's cars.
Horse-back riding-'cause it has its ups-and-downs.
Jumping rope 'cause it's good exercise.
All athletics because I like to keep going.
Eating pickles, cucumbers, and ice cream,
then no school the next day.
Swimming because we have such a nice pool.
Playing golf-because it's such great fun.
Baseball, becausg it's a real snappy game.
Saving Indian pennies.
Tennis-there isn't a better sport.
Making whoopee with the women.
Collecting signs, etc. from?
Building model airplanes.
Thinking of 3:21 P. M.
Saving arrowheards 'cause Dad gave me a
start with some he found.
Marbles-you don't have to be eligible to
Swimming, to see the other fellows ducked.
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Donald Van .Valkenburg
Godin Gadsden, Chairman
Tom Le Messurier, Vice-Chairman
James Caldwell, Secretary
Betty Marriott, Treasurer
James Cresap, Annual Collector
Jane Van Curen
'Member of Tau Epsilon.
Music-in all its syncopated forms.
Dancing and swimming, they keep you going.
Fishing-just for the heck of it.
Running because it's hard work.
Driving the car-just because.
Spending money-that's the reason I'm al-
Horseback riding-lots of bumps.
Baseball-trying to hit the ball.
Motor-cycling--fast and furious.
Playing the pipe organ.
Taking souvenirs from places.
Playing basketball, because it's a peppy game.
Books and Gary Cooper.
Stamps--so much variety.
Tennis-cause it's so fast and snappy.
Latin. It's so hard.
Archery, because it's fun.
Turning the clock ahead.
Listening to Cubs' games.
Sports of all sorts.
Listening to Guy Lombardo.
Following the footsteps of Sherlock Holmes
Watching my ship come in.
To spend the winters in Florida.
Gippin' the barber.
Sewing, if it goes right.
Riding bucking bronchos.
Sports of all sorts.
Going to the Equestrian Club.
Trying to talk less.
Shoveling snow in summer.
Something snappy and perhaps educational.
Golf and oil painting.
Turning the electric clock.
Driving 80 miles per hour.
Dancing, I guess.
Watching good baseball games.
Working to get through.
Trying to speak German.
A goodhot game of baseball.
Reading good books ,of all sorts.
Trying to Hy.
Learning a peppy dance step.
Watching Empehi's high lights.
Ice cream and ginger ale.
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We're only Freshmen now, you know,
We may be small, but we will grow.
And, Seniors, in a year or two
We may know more than even you!
While you now walk, or take the train,
Why, we'll come in an aeroplane!
While you take field trips to the dunes,
We'll take them to the stars and moons!
When our lessons we would learn,
Then to the radio we'11 turn.
'Twill tell us all the science news,
While television gives us views.
You tease us now because we're smallg
It's nothing wondrous to be tall!
S0 don't you think we're smart as you?
Just wait till 1932!
-Mary J. Guerin, '32
DIVISION ROOM 119
Eleanor Herzog, Charirnwxn
Nickolas Van Beek, Vice-Chairman
Adeline Cecka, Secretary
Felix Zitkus, Treasurer
Margaret Van Arkel, Annual Collector
Edna Kay ,
Everett Bragg, Chairman
Robert Rummler, Vice-Chairman
Virginia Voris, Secretary
James Miller, Treasurer
Arthur Norris, Annual Collector
Queen Esther Blake
I should say so.
That's the bunk.
And how! yet.
Oh, gee, gee.
Oh, gee, gosh.
My word! ,
Now isn't that funny!
Whoopee, oh, joy.
You old fool.
Don't ask me.
Hey, you ! ,
h FAVORITE IzXPREssIONs
Curses. ' Y I I
Oh! cooky-no not your dog biscuit!
Oh, yah! . e v
I ainlt got none!
Oh, for Pete's sake!
Dempsey is champion!
Now, is that nice?
Me-I-don't-no-me. I don't know. I
Fer garden seeds!
Leave me o-ut.
I can't think of any!
Oh, why worrv!
So's your old man!
She's a big sized gal, M. J. G.
Fer cryin' out loud!
Let's go places and
I'll be doggoned!
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Ralph Laycock, V ice-C hairman
Jeanne Lawrence, Secretary
Herta Katzurek, Treasurer
William McKnight, Annual Collector
'Mary J. Guerin
" Member of Tau Epsilon.
The name please?
Don't be flat, don't be sharp, always be natural
You'd be circumnavigated!
Gee, I love him.
Gee, I donlt know!
I'll be derned!
You wouldn't know if I told ya!
My Pilgrim fathers!
Hot dog, oli rose!
Tweet, tweet I'm a mocking bird!
Doggone the luck!
Room please come to order!
May I please read the announcement?
I could sink through the floor.
Where were you last nite?
You asinine creature!
I think you're horrid!
Oh, you beast!
Aw! Shut up!
Another woman driver!
Oh tell me too!
I give up!
I don't know.
You don't mean to tell me!
Ain't that sumpin!
I must have left it somewhere.
Oh, gosh I don't know!
I don't remember!
Oh, skate away!
Gee, another D.
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Gerald Molloy, Vice-Chairman
Dorothy Schroder, Secretary V
Anne Troedson, Treasurer
William Schulz, Annual Collector
DIVISION ROOM 208
'Thelma Overstreet, Chairman
Jerome Koenig, Vice-Chaiirnwn
Richard Janson, Secreiary '
5"Albert Velander, Treaxnrer
Floyd Whitford, Annual Collector
'Member of Tau Epsilon.
Well, well, well and well.
VVell I'l1 be .................
You'd be surprised.
Ditto and how!
I know my hairpins.
Oh yea? '
Who cares besides you?
I don't know.
Aw-heck, you dou't mean lt.
You don't say.
And I don't mean oherdukey.
Go kiss a donkey.
Aw-W-W-wwait a year.
You're full of canal water.
So's your old lady on stilts.
Go run up a stick.
Oh you dumbbell.
You ain't seen nothing yet.
Who said so? I
I can't recite.
Goodness, gracious, mercy sake!
It cannot was.
Och! veal ,qoot tink.
I should worry.
Don't bother me.
Huh? I donit know.
Har! Har! Looke thet!
Pa, kin I have a quarter?
Did the Cubs win?
It ain't so good as it used to was
How, when, where, what, why?
Give 'er the gun.
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' , Carter McIntosh No spik English.
Rolnert Moore Aw g'wan..
Avis MQortenson Fun? More people were killed!
Robert Patterson Hot-shot! .
iHelen Pyne ' You're the type.
Dorothy Rogmson Good gravy!
Paul Schermerhorn Hot-shot!
Edgar Sflott H0 hum-,
Ruth Spitler Donlt ask me.
Grace Stewart. Oh Ahie,
It ' Xiglarfwiqqrduln Ylfhen do. wel eat?
.1 5 ert ite am't goin' o it.
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I ' Margaret O'Connor, Chairman Luscious!
4 ' George Morgan, Vice-Chairman No more ditchill.
'. Norval Robinson, Secretary O! Rats,
4 X I Richard Moberly, Treasurer Hi-doll.
W 1 y Margaret Morrow,Annual Collector By gum! By golly!
v l ?o1roi1y Adtler gotand bothered!
. ' o n war l eesash.
X Marion Carter By golly!
M ' Frances DillOI1 Calm yourself!
Wi' 5 Ernest Drenthe Ai11't that suppin?
N 1Pgus3eg?Ellhs Yeah?
' l re ra am A 1 ,
N Marshall Grant Nglghiliitlce
! Gerald1neHennessy Who cares?
I l Eudogwhf Hffiid Lemme copy your homework.
X' oy osnel er N0 ga!
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.l Martha Klein Bfnfna aqfil
Q Thomas Krause None of your business.
w Chaflef LCC Don't be like that!
James 14eBeau Ye gods!
' Jack MlcDonald Yea!
' .EUC MLZGEVCFH Beans wit you.
. H ary c overn Oh! D 'L
J l 101111. McLean What?aI?uh?
,' Xlfqillzaln Melanchuk Oh! Heck,
' l ilton Moore Boloney.
E ViCf01' Mjllifel Gwan home.
, ' MaryPh1l11ps Don't you care, God loves you.
E ?obe1itagRhauch Is that so?
, I osep c auer Curses.
, l l Mary L. Spillman She's funny that way!
l t l Billy Stapleton Horsefeathers.
'l X Virginia Strom Oh! Tishal.
l l Francis Thyer What is the name please?
Lenora Winslow Now listen.
IM Samuel Wilson I don't know.
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Luella Barnes, Vice-Chairman
Crystal Hammer, Secretary
Dorothy Turner, Treasurer
Bernie Almquist, Annual Collector
Audrey Van Alstyne
DIVISION ROOM 224
john Carney, Chairman
Jack McCormick, V ice-Chairman
Bettie MacGregor, Secretary
Herbert Phifer, Treasurer
Billie Holman, Annual Collector
It won't be long now until I'll have to get up in
I don't know and I don't care.
Boy! and how. ,
It won't be long now until I'll be able to say:
'Tm boss, Do what I tell you."
Did your watch stop when it dropped on the Hoor.
Oh, for Pete's sake.
Yes! You know what I mean. M. P. H. School.
And how yet.
I'm wild about horns on automobiles that say:
"Let's go for a ride."
Yould be surprised.
It won't be long now.
Aw! Pull over and butter yourself.
Papa, buy me one of those. I won't break it.
And how yet.
Oh! For John's sake.
Think you're smart, don't you?
For the love of St. Peter.
O. chee viz, un how yet.
I know it.
She don't wanna.
You know what I mean. You'd be surrounded.
Yea for M. P. H. S.
I hear they've stopped sending mail to Washington.
I wonder why it is.
Here comes the bride. '
Ye gods, and no fishes.
For the cry'n out loud.
Don't be like that.
Aw gee. Take it easy.
Well, look who's here.
How do you do, my lady.
Oh, my dear.
You'd be surrounded.
Oh, my word!
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Jack Van Antwerp
Leon Taylor, C hairman..
Lillian Reddick, V ice-Chairman
George Pannell, Secretary
Thomas Michel, Treasurer
Henderson Leonard, Annual Collector
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I don't know.
Oh, here and there.
Hey, What's coming off here!
Oh, this, that, and so and so.
Go slide down a razor!
Oh, now and then.
And how yet and don't forget yet!
Or what have you!
Tsk, tsk, tsk!
Darn your hide!
I haven't a cent with me!
Pardon me fo-r living.
I'm all hot and bothered.
For ,Iohn's sake! ,
I'll be a horned toad!
Quit yer kiddin'.
Aw, gee take it easy.
Funny that way.
Tite like that.
O. K. Doc!
Well, I'll be doggone.
Say, calm down will ya.
Swimming of course with Mr. Tweedie.
What's the matter, son?
Oh quit it now.
Lone Wolf, take it slow.
Oh! you, Hooey!
Baby, if I were King.
Eating is a great pleasure.
Ain't that somep'n.
For crying out loud.
In the British.
Ain't that somethun.
Pipe down, will you
Oh! My, yes.
Don't be foolish.
Don't be like that.
You'd be surprised.
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DIVISION ROOM 230T
Walter Kleinmann, Chairman
Gaylord Norton, Vice-Chairman.
Steve Frizzo, Secretary
Donald Crapser, Treasurer
Laura Belle Anderson, Annual Collector
Fannie Ellen Hogg
You would ask that.
What you got, Bro?
Be on time.
Oh! 'get away.
Ah quite it.
Good night nurse.
Blow me down.
Ah, get it fixed!
Oh! you will, will you?
Ah you flop head.
I ain't going to do it.
A million coises, foiled again!
I ca'n't give you anything but love.
When do we eat?
Hey! What period comes 11ext?
My soul and body!
I hope to graduate before 40.
Yah, I ainlt fussy.
What's the lesson for tomorrow?
Wait a minute.
'Tis late be gory!
Oh! Oh! hold everything.
What comes next?
Let's go girls, I'm not particular.
Going to the show tonight?
Oh cows in the pasture!
It woinlt be long now.
I can't, I gotta wash dishes.
I'll think about it.
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Earl Wayland, Chairman
Richard Beardsley, V'1-CE-C1lGIl'1IZG1l
Helen Alexander, Secretary
Jack Odell, Treasurer
David Lane, Amzual Collector
Mary Catherine Baker
Mlargaret Van Cott
Helen Mary Wiiisor
DIVISION ROOM 312
Frank Mock, Chairman
glean Moore, Secretary
Howard Rhode, Treasurev'
Eugene Ordas, Annual Collector
'I Member of Tau Epsilon.
. FAVORITE EXPRESSION
Cut up rats!
For cryin' out loud!
Hold me tight!
What's it to you?
It's a gift.
I don't say. much, but-
Thatls my business.
Still and how.
Oh fish hooks!
DOn't he like that!
I dOn't know.
For ,Iohn's sake.
None O' your guff!
I haven't any.
For cripes' sake!
Quit your kidding.
Go button your nose.
DOn't bother me.
Tickle me when to laugh.
YOu'd be surprised!
Dar1Ied if I know!
Don't get grabby.
Gee, this is too sudden.
That's a girl for you!
Hello! How be you?
Oh, for the love of niud!
My stars alive.
M-M ain't that sumpin!
Oh! you're dumb.
Oh! Oh! that's nIy Waterloo!
Oh! I'm funny that way.
And how! yet.
Don'tcha care honey?
Deah! Deah! he he.
Ah! Your kiddin nie.
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Gladys Stanyer, Chairman
When elephants roost in trees.
Oh! my word.
Aw! for crying out loud.
You'd be surrounded.
It's too bad about you.
That's too bad!
Your so original!
Donlt tell me!
You don't mean it.
Mary Jane Goodspeed, Vice-Chairman Gee's Kids.
Jean O'Connor, Secretary
Robert Wells, Treasmfer
Kathr n Warden, Annual Collector
Oh fer cryin' out loud.
Any dum thing.
My kindest personal lilicitations.
How did you guess it?
And how. '
Oh my gosh.
Och mine heart.
Oh mi gosh.
Aw gee whiz.
4' Member of Tau Epsilon.
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Angelo Dominick, Vice-Chairman
Mary L. Martin, Secretary
Dorothy Engstrom, Treasurer
John Roch, Annual Collector
"' Member of Tau Epsilon.
Long-disconnected drink of water!
Blow me down!
Dearie, oh dear!
Oh, my stars!
Of all the nuts, you're the shell!
Thanks! You're so kind.
And how yet.
Oh yea, pa.
Of all the nerve!
Go cook a turtle skin!
So's your old man!
Go gnaw a bone!
Well, what a deep subject.
Don't be like that.
I don't know.
I'll bring my excuse tomorrow.
For cry I.
For heaven sakes.
It's tight like that.
Laugh! I thought Iid die.
How do you do?
O dear me!
Hey, hey, savvy that.
Boy, I'll be glad when school is out.
For vocalizing in such a deafening manner.
You're funny that way.
It's tragic alone on a moonlight night.
You've got bats in your belfry.
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'!'George Donnely, C hairmzm
Vivian Ashline, l7ice-Chairman Q -
'John Beeby, Secretary
N orva Cosgrove, T7'E'GSlU'6l'
Margaret Barnhart, Animal Collector
'Helen Bogg '
Ruth Eakin '
Nestor Falk s
Thomas Gadsden, Ir.
'Member of Tau Epsilon
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FAVORITE Q EXPRESSION
Oh! .Boyl .
By lingo ,
Behave yourself. -
Your full of skips.
Hit him again he's Irish.
Boy! That's keen.
How can you tell?
It won't be long now.
Oh! you really think so?
It could be worse!
Hot zig! for dogl.
For pity sakes.
D,o tell. -
And the farmer hauled another load away
For pity sake.
Well what of it.
Get a horse.
You don't say.
Oh for Pete's sake.
What does that make me?
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THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION
By MARJORIE GOLLER
ROBERT BURNAM ................................................................ President
DOROTHY LLOYD ........... ....... F irst Vice-President
BALDWIN BINGHAM .........., ...... S econd Vice-President
WILLARD JOHANNSEN ...... .......................... S ecretary
MR. MAYSACK .................................................... Faculty Treasurer
The Student Association is open to the entire school. Each june the students
elect a president, first vice-president, second vice-president, and secretary. Mr.
Maysack is the competent faculty treasurer. The president presides at all the
assemblies and over the Management Committee. The first vice-president is the
chairman of the Board of Control. The second vice-president is the head of the
Each semester, each division room elects a room-chairman, vice-chairman,
secretary, treasurer, and annual collector. The room chairmen form the Manage-
ment Committee, of which Mr. Schoch is the judicious faculty adviser. The vice-
chairmen make up the Civic Committee under the clever leadership of Miss Mackin.
One chief project of this committee is to direct the annual clean-up campaign. The
secretaries of the divisions take the attendance, the treasurers collect the Student
Association dues, and the annual collectors have charge of the subscriptions for
the Annual. A
The Board of Control, composed of the presidents of the organizations of the
school, must pass on all business matters. Captain Lorentz is its helpful counselor.
Every student should feel it his duty and privilege to join the Student Asso-
ciation. The dues are a dollar-fifty a semester. Membership gives one a weekly
copy of the Empehi News, the opportunity of attending all the social functions of
the school, and the privilege of belonging to any of its activities. Any surplus funds
are devoted to school projects.
Top Row-Bingham, Handbury, Burnam, Whyte, Pittsford.
Second Ro'zcLMock, Hanna, Hoffman, Gilbert, Lloyd, Bennett.
Third Row-Overstreet, Umhofer, Donnelly, Lee, Wayland.
Fourth Row-Theis, Johannsen, Pilbrow, Brookes, Herzog.
Bottom Row-Jacobson, Henderson, Palmer, Flanigan, Hanna. .
Top Row-Norton, Christensen, Stephens, Winsor, Stephenson.
Second Row-Stump, Thatcher, Messurier, Van Beek, Sandrok, Fennema.
Third Row-Billings, Gaston, George, Boylan, Stow.
Fourth Row-Koenig, Laycock, Janney, Gehrer, Morgan.
Bottom Row-Rummler, Dominick, Eagle, Brennan, Bort, Molloy, Grossmann
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T011 Row-Alexander, Burnam, Heiskell, Haliday, Futcher.
Second Row-Capt. Lorentz, Knabe, Rathjle, Brooks, Crane, Christie.
Third Row-Weed, Ward, Grage, Paddock, VVhyte.
Fourth Row-Frey, McKnight, Johannsen, Davies, Rummler.
Bottom Row-Bennett, Stump, Lloyd, Shemaitis, Pilbrow.
THE BOARD OF CONTROL
The members, with the organizations they represent, are printed below.
First Semester Second Semester
Dorothy Lloyd .........
Maurene Frey .................. ........... A uuual Staff ........
Robert Heiskill ........
Clayton Stafford .......... ....... l ioys' Glee Club ..,..,.. ..Clayton Stafford
blames Peebles .......... ........... C izfic Couzuzilfvc ....,.. ...,.,,,.... I ohn Winsor
Ruth McKnight ...... Girls' Stagecraft Club ,,..,.., ,...,..... R uth McKnight
Mary Sturges ........... . ............ llauriug Club ........,.,. .,,.... F lorence Whyte
Jack Haliday .......... ....,......... D alta Chi .,............. ,.... .... I a ck Haliday
Charles White ........ ........... E u1ble1u Club ...... ..... V ictor Futcher
Robert Crandall .......,. .......... E mgfvehi News ....,,, .... R uth Paddock
Constantine Tziolas ,....,,, t.......... F rcfuclz Club .....i. ........ V irginia Ward
Caryl Rathje ,..,...,....,,,, ....... G lrls' Glen Club ....... ............ C aryl Rathje
Emma Shemaitis ,.,...... ...,,,, G irls' Emblem Club ........ ......... E inma Shemaitis
Elizabeth Crane ....... ,......... G irl Res01'Z'L's .......,,, ...Elizabeth Crane
Ruth Paddock ,,,,,,,,, ,,,.,.,,,,.......... Q uilfveu .......,.... ...... i Evelyn Grage
Avei-ell C016 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,,,,,,i., I ag: O1'Cl18Sl7'H .........,.. ..,.,.... H erbert Johnson
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Frank Donnelly ,,,,,,,,.,,,,,, .....,,.,. F nrfulay Club ................,, ....,.. F ralik DOH1lClly
William Alexander ,,,.,.., ......., I fuys' Stafrecrnff Club ........,, .A
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Fdgar Miirrayf -.,,, ,,,,,,,i, Z onlofw Club ......,. ......,... I eSSie Weed
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Top Row-Schermerhorn, Vanek, Penson, French, Caldwell. .
Second Row-Shulander, Turner, Stoker,-Fisher, Sheils, Roby.
Third Row-Janson, Gault, Coleman, Hough, Glass.
Fourth Row-Marriott, Hammar, Schroder. Voris, Grosscup, Moore.
Bottom Row-Martin, Lawrence, VVel1er, Church, MacGregor.
Top Row-Van Dyne, Longley, Futcher, Wilson, Davis.
Second Row-Pitkin, Korten, Heald, Stcnger, Slocum, McKnight, Woida.
Third Row-Turner, Arnaman, Byers, Rhode, M. Rummler, Reynolds, R. Rummler
Fourth Row-Velander, von Berner, Phifer, Bohn, Marriott, Troedson, Goller.
Bottom Row-Baum, Katzurek, West, Engstrom, Cosgrove.
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By FRANCES FISHER
GEORGE CHRISTY ' President
DOROTHY Dow Vice-President
ELAINE jAcoBsoN Secretary
EDWARD CLAUTER Treasurer
T Tau Epsilon, Morgan,Park's honor society, has brought to a close its fourth
successful year. The increase in membership has highly surpassed the expectations
The party for the new upper classmen, given October second, was, as usual,
the society's opening social affair. Dr. Gilkey, of the University of Chicago Chapel,
honored the society by speaking for an assembly january eighth. The whole society
took part in the birthday assembly of March first. Songs, representing the various
classes, were sung by the entire society. Some of the students made short birthday
greetings, and Miss Nicely, of the faculty, spoke.
Two movies were given, the proceeds of which were presented to Mr. Schoch
for the benefit of the Scholarship Fund. i
Tau Epsilon wishes to express its 'sincerest appreciation to Miss Conlan for
her helpful sponsorship, and to Mr. Schoch for his constant encouragement.
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Top Row-Blackford, Allen, Donnelly, Watson, Bragg, Crane, Gehrer.
Second Row-Todd, Huehner, Pyne, Ehringer, Umhofer, Gunner, Whyte, Johnson
Third Row-Bogg, Weller, Blanehard, McClure, Flanigan, Kock, Christensen.
Fourth Row-Baird, Weir, Harrison, Roney, Glass, Davenport, Oliver.
Bottom Row-Miss Conlan, Griswold, Moore, Bogg, Larson, Hanna, Overstreet,
Top Row-Bergstrom, Davis, Drueck, Davis, Gray, Cox.
Second Row-Velander, Nichols, Cenheld, Reid, Stephens, Johnson, Byers.
Third Row-McConnell, Landis, Semmer, Herzog, Swett, Van Beek, Beeby.
Fourth Row-Goller, Roesch, Dow, White, Armstrong, Grossmann, Haythorne.
Bottom Row-Guerin, Quast, Camit, Bills, Imhoff, Riddle, Sawyer.
TAU EPSILON-FRESHMEN AND SOPHOMORES
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Top Row-Sommer, Heald, Morgan, Young, Rathje, Rimes, Bird, Smock, Harrington,
Second Row-Weed, St. John, Lienk, Ward, Gunner, Stoker, Van Dyne, Fisher, Stump, Goetzke.
Third Row--Hopkins, Pllasterer, Miller, Edwards, Fox, Piersma, Luther, Barts.
Fourth Row-Swift, Goller, Bingham, Farrar, Simons, Murphy, Pence, Campbell, Moberly.
Bottom Row-Sheils, Grimes, Mavon, Lloyd, Hrad, Yarline, Palmer, Brennan.
Top Row-Spitler, Christensen, Mitchell, Stevens, Palmer, Hall, Halladay, Burnham.
Second Row-Smith, Christie, Bingham, White, Moore, Hoffman, Lilly, Brooks, Lee.
Third R0'w+Gilbert, Mingea, Kirn, Sennstrom, Pagels, Johannsen, Clauter, French, Stow.
Fourth Row-Fennema, Hillier, Bohn, Jacobson, Dow, Clarke, Rittenhouse, Sawyer, Anderson,
Bottom Row--Bennett, Boylan, Swanson, Paddock, Blew, Allen, Graver, Crane.
TAU EPSILON-JUNIORS AND SENIORS
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Top Row-Boylan, Smock, Bird, Stephens, Stevens, Fornell, Alexander, Dohrman. u
Second Row-Schlepowicz, Young, Slocum, Harlow, Pittsford, Ward, Heald, Haliday.
Third Row-Jewett, Herriott, Rider, Patton, Christie, Jacobson, Clauter, Miller.
Fourth Row-Miss Sturgeon, Brennan, Jacobson, Moberly, Aoskad, Dearborn, Reed, Cobb,
Bottom Row-Blew, Gilbert, Grage, Sturges, Paddock, Iohannsen, Killie, Shea.
THE EMPEHI NEWS
By WILLARD JOHANNSEN
"By Bob Crandall", a phrase frequently seen in the columns of the Empehi
News during previous semesters heralded stories by the editor in the fall
semester, the phrase originated on the sports page, but last fall, occurred at the
beginning of an assortment of news stories as wide as the fifty-seven varieties
of Heinz. Assisted by a dependable staff, Crandall essayed numerous journalistic
stunts for the entertainment of the students, and maintained their interest in
the newspaper financed by the Student Association.
National events appeared in the columns of the Empehi News during the
year. On Thursday before the presidential election, a straw vote was held by
the Student Association between the two leading candidates, Smith and Hoover,
and a special edition of the newspaper, the following day carried the results.
The Christmas issue featured a six page edition containing short stories
of the season. During the second semester, once a month, an extra two pages
were added to the regular size of the publication.
The business staff during the first semester, opened an advertising campaign
in which they stressed the value of high school newspaper advertisements, but
refused the "charity" advertisements. To improve the value to advertisers,
Barringer Baker secured a cut service to illustrate the advertisements. The
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second semester under management of William Alexander, the business staff
increased the revenue from advertising and systematized the accounts. '
At the meeting of the Illinois State Press Convention, November 22-24, I
. Morgan Park was represented by Ruth Paddock. Two previous issues of the lg
Empehi News were sent to the meeting and distinguished rating was awarded it. Q ii
I In the spring Morgan Park was always represented at the journalism meet- I p
ings held by Professor H. F. Harrington at the Medill School of Journalism, jf
t of Northwestern University. With the majority of the high schools in and gl
about Chicago sending delegates to the meetings, ideas were exchanged and as
j a result, some of the suggestions were put into practical use in the Empehi
l News. 1 l
E ' Miss Margaret Sturgeon became faculty adviser of the publication at the ll
, beginning of the school year. Election to the office of president of the Illinois ,
j State Association of Teachers of journalistic Writing is proof of her ability to
1 oversee the work on the Empehi News.
4 Ruth Paddock succeeded Robert Crandall as editor, when the latter was
L graduated in the middle of the year. The new girl- editor set out with the jj
j right idea, by promising to publish the best paper ever seen in Morgan Park. U
l One of the experiments was competition between the boys and girls on
l the staff. The former group managed the iirst of the two papers, and covered
, such meetings as the Girl Reserves, and other girl activities. The latter group
published the following issue with an extra two pages. One of these-on the 5,
, 'customary sport page-was entirely devoted to fashions. ll
Because of the mid-year graduation four members were lost for farther lg
g work on the paper. Besides the editor, Robert Crandall, Virginia Strobel, lj
' conductor of the Student Opinion column, Henry Barbour, the literary critic,
2 and James Hartley, circulation manager did hard work on the newspaper. Ruth l
I Paddock, editor, Mary Sturges, associate editor, and Miriam Blew, society ij
, editor, compose the group of journalism workers who will discontinue their fl
, work on the Empehi News because of graduation in june. l
, The Staff during the first semester was composed of: Robert Crandall,
5 editor-in-chief, Ruth Paddock, associate editor , Mary Sturges, news editor,
I Willard johannsen, sports editor, Alberta Killie, copy editor, Ruth Shea, head- 1 Q
5 line writer, Mary Brennan, desk manager, William Alexander, Chaff , Virginia l 1
Q Strobel, Student Opinion, 'Roger Boylan, features, Helen Miller, editorial ll
j writers Henry Barbour, literary critic, Sara jean Dearborn, What's What,
g Ivan Porter, Blotter, Sidney Stevens, sports ,. Christine Schlepowicz, typist, il
E Lyman Gilbert, proof reader. The business staff consists of: James Hartley, lj
circulation manager, David Patton, assistant circulation manager, Barringer jj
, Baker, advertising manager, Mary Louise Heald, school advertising, Marion
g Voigt, advertising copy writer. P 5 l
5 In February, the members of the staff were, Ruth Paddock, editor-in- ij
j chief, Willard Iohannsen, Mary Sturges, and Sara Jean Dearborn, associate li
editors, Evelyn Grage, Lyman Gilbert, and Ruth Shea, assistant editors, Mary ,
E Brannan, Roger Boylan, Ella Duwaine Reed, news editors. The departments jl
j were in charge of: Major Stephens and Sidney Stevens, sports, Alberta Killie,
E literary, Miriam Blew, society, Jean Ann Slocum and 'Charles Haliday, Chaff, 3
l Emma Rehling, Student Opinion, Margaret Rider, features, Ivan Porter, art. ij
The business staff consisted of William Alexander, business manager, li
j Helen Miller, exchange editor, David Patton, circulation manager, Harold
1 Zink, assistant circulation manager, Mary Louise Heald, advertising managers , V
l ,Tack Pittsford, assistant advertising manager, Christine Schlepowicz, and Irene I
Q Moore, typists. 5 5
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Top Row-Watson, Halladay, Palmer, Mrozek.
Second Row-Tziolas,'Fennema, Gannott, Pagels, Iagobson.
Third Row-Miss Behm, Berlin, Frey, Grimes, Armstrong.
Boffom Row-Bruce, Davies, Guerin, Haliday.
THE LITERARY CLUB
By OLIVE DAVIES
OLIVE DAVIES President
ROBERT BRUCE Vice-President
-TACK HALIDAY Secretary
MARK GUERIN Treasurer
The Literary Club made its debut this semester, and developed into a help-
ful and interesting organization. Its object is to promote an interest in books.
authors, and other lines of literature. Judging from its increase in popularity,
its object has been reached.
The Literary Club intends to keep its membership low, so that it will seem
more of a social gathering than a club. Round table discussions are often a way
of attaining new information and ideals. There are two meetings a month, one
is informal the other formal. When the meetings are prepared, speakers are
generally secured from the outside to speak on subjects of interest to the club.
During the semester the club plans on seeing all of the important plays, and
attending lectures which are given by well-known authors.
The Herald and Examiner run a contest for high school students who wish
to make contributions. All book reviews that are written may receive a ten
The club owes its existence to Miss Behm who has so willingly given much
of her time, and who has made everyone so enthusiastic over the work.
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Top Row-Eldridge, Burnham, Hall, Dohrman, Alexander.
Second Row-Vanek, Guerin, Christie, Libby, Paddock.
Third Row-Slee, Young, Pitkin, McLerie, McClure, Miss Larson.
Fourth Row-Harvey, Frey, Griswold, Bogg, Reed.
Boffom Row-Spitler, Flint, Grage, Anderson, Li-enk.
By EVELYN GRAGE
First Semester Second Semester
RUTH PADDocK President EVELYN GRACE
MARK GUERIN Vice-President MARK GUERIN
LEILA LIBBY Secretary WILLIAM ALEXANDER
MARK GUERIN Business M anager LEILA LIBBY
Quipen, a literary club, was first organized four years ago with the purpose
of advancing literary interest at Morgan Park High School.
Under the leadership of Miss Lillian Condit, the faculty adviser at that time,
the society published the first "Quilpen" in january 1928. Since then a magazine
has been published each semester with the prize winning articles of the contest-
ants, and other material of literary value, written by members of the club.
It is the only club in which membership may be obtained by being a prize
winner in a contest conducted each semester by the society. Until this semester
only a few students have been eligible for membership each semester. At the
beginning of the year, Quilpen introduced a new method by which students may
become associate members by applicationg that is, the student must have an
excellent grade in English and must write three papers which are to be submitted
to the club.
Under the able leadership of Miss Elsie R. Larson, Quilpen has striven to
maintain its purpose in promoting interest in writing among the students.
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1929 ANNUAL STAFF I
MAURENE FREY Editor-in-Chief
WILLIAM LEE Business Manager
DOROTHY STUMP Art Editor
JANE MILTON Faculty Adviser
EDNA B. HoTcHKIss Art Faculty Adviser
Miss Milton, our faculty adviser this year, has spared no pains in trying
to make our book a success, and to her we own all our encouragement and inspir-
ations. Miss Peterson, the Annual faculty adviser is traveling in the Orient.
She kindly started us on our way the first of the semester.
We are indebted to many who helped to form our book by their contribu-
tions, but the following had charge of various sections:
Elaine Jacobson, facuityj Dorothy Lloyd, aiunftnig Helen Grimes, Annie Gun-
ner, Jean Rittenhouse, Mary Louise Heald, seniorsg Dorothy Innes, juniorsg Betty
Pence, sophornoresg Dorothy Abbey, Elaine Jacobson, freshnienj Helen Morgan,
Mark Guerin, activities, Jack Haliday, music and drarnag Dorothy Lloyd, Marjorie
Goetzke, Ernpehilarityg Frederick von Berner, athleticsg Robert Brooks, Luther
Halladay, Mary Louise Heald, Jack Pittsford, David Patton, business, Carl Mur-
ray, Ralph Morgan, cartoons, Adeline Peterson, assisted by Ruth Dujardin, Mar-
jorie Goetzke, typists. '
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Second Row-Abbey, Grimes, Herriott, Morgan, Miss Milton.
Third Row-Peterson, Haliday, Brookes, Innes, Goetgke, Von Berner.
Bottom Row-Jacobson, Pence, Frey, Gunner, Rittenhouse.
ANNUAL BUSINESS ORGANIZATION
Top Row-Patton, Pittsford, Alexander, Rankaitis, Baker, Sheils, Eichenberger.
Second Row-Heald, Hofman, Ordas, Norris, Coughenour, Cresap, VV'urmstedt, Abbey.
Third Row-Lgne, McKnight, Morrow, Wemlinger, Colmgn, Minton, Leonard.
Fourth Row-Wilson, Haigh, Carver, Edwards, Goe, Eldridge, Davies.
Bottom Row-Barnhart, Wardeii, Bills, Lee, Anderson, Van Arkel, Zeder.
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Top Row-Reed,,Wilson, J. Haliday, Smith, Colburn, Shields, Dohrman.
Second Row-Mosnat, Ward, Kroening, Smock, Jorgensen, Brown, Christie, Kendrick, Piech.
Third Row-C. Haliday, Christman, Burns, Younger, Coyle. Heynen, Hawksley.
Fourth Row-Murphey, Pflasterer, Beavan, Davis, Sawyer, Fredrickson, Morgan, Lowitz, Miss
Bottom Row-Foell, George, Loomis, Patton, Stump, Stevens, Schmitt, Holland.
THE ART CLUB
By DOROTHY DOHRMAN
DOROTHY STUMP President
WINIFRED BURNS Vice-President
BETTY MOSNAT Secretary
The Art Club is under the direction of Miss Hotchkiss, instructor of the art
work at Morgan Park High School. Originally, this ,club was formed for the
purpose of making drawings for cuts and mounting pictures for the Annual.
Now the work also includes cartoons for the "Empehi News," and posters for all
the school activities, particularly the yearly operas and clean-up campaigns.
A novel project, one of interioftdecorating was undertaken this last semester.
A committee under Betty Mosnat planned the color scheme of the social room
and decorated the social kitchenette.
Two interesting assemblies were presented: a chalk talk by Dudley Crafts
Watson, and a talk on sculpture by Lorado Taft.
For originality and technique in the treatment of the "World's Fairf' the
theme of the Annual, special mention is due to Dorothy Stump and Edward
Christman for the senior panels 5 George Christie for the fine lettering, Franklin
Reed, Alfred Wilson, and George Smith for their assistance in lettering the di-
vision pagesg Helen Hawksley for the mounting of senior panels 5 and Winifred
Burns for the snap-shot pages.
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ELIZABETH CRANE President
GERTRUDE FENNEMA Vice-President
RHEA RIMES Secretary
CHARLOTTE BENNETT Treasurer
GERTRUDE FENNEMA ' Membership Chairman
JOSEPHINE HEDGES Music Chairman R
MIRIAM BLEW Pnblicity Chairman
HELEN MORGAN Program Chairman
CARYL RATH J E Refreshment Chairman
EVELYN JOHNSON, MARIORIE GOLLER Social Chairman
ELENOR YOUNG Social Service Chairman
M1ss LILLIAN CONDIT Adviser
Miss BERTHA MILLER Assistant Adviser
Girl R,eserves are always striving for higher ideals. Chief among these is
the ideal of service. It is the aim of the Girl Reserves to extend service work
both in school and out. Their newest service to the Community was a Valentine
Party given to the children of the Morgan Park Home for Dependent Children.
They are continuing the work of furnishing the social room in order to make
the room a comfortable meeting place for clubs in the school. They want their
contributions to the scholarship fund to help more than one student to continue
his education. In doing this work, the Girl Reserves try to live up to that part
of the Morgan Park -Creed which says, "May we ever reach for that which is
a little beyond."
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THE RESERVE OFFICERS TRAINING CORPS
By MARK GUERIN
The Reserve Officers' Training Corps of Morgan Park consists of three
companies and band. Governed by the Oflicers' Club, made up of all commis-
sioned officers, it supplies the school with many important ,details such as the
hall-guards, traffic squad, office orderlies, and telephone operators, ,flag detail,
usher force, lire guards, and locker inspectors. 3
During the year, the R. O. T. C. participated in all the city contests both in
drill and in riflery. The band placed first in the concert competition of class
"D" bands, and competed in the marching band contest.
As the following list shows, the R. O. T. C. was also very active socially. It
gave a community Hallowe'en party, the annual military ball, the Armistice Day
programs, the Memorial Day programs, the P. T. A. program, the program for
Major General Malone, two movies, and the Boys' Day celebration. It gave its
services at the Notre Dame-Navy football game, the Lincoln celebration,as a
guard of honor for the crew ofthe Graf Zeppelin and for the Anzacs, and at the
funerals of war veterans. In recognition of its services, the Officers' Club was
entertained on April llth by the American Legion.
Many contests were held within the battalion, and a number of cups and
medals awarded as a stimulus to the spirit of the organization.
The unit feels that under the leadership of Majors Smith and Bennett, it
has completed a most successful year.
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A Second Row--Cook. Reed, Pagels, Stapleton, Rigby, French, Reed, Umhofer.
Third Row-Austin, Gaston, Arneman, K1einz,, Coughenour, Longley, West, Stearns, Spitler.
Fourth Row-Caldwell, Baker, Valkenburgh, Blackford, Hagenbuck, Gehrer, West, Lindemann,
Bottom Row-Clifton, Hoffman, Christensen, Bird, Anderson, Hanna, Stafford, Anderson.
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Fourth Row-Smith, Stevens, Guerin, Pilbrow, Hudson.
Boltom Row-Thayer, Lee, Hemingway, Winsor, McBride, Piech.
By HERBERT VV1NsoR
First Semester A Second Semester
JAMES PEEBLES ........ ...,..... P resident .............,. ........ H ERBERT W1NsoR
FosTER ABBOTT ....... ...... V ice-President .....,.. .......... R UssEL BAKER
RUssEL BAKER ........i ,......... S eeretary ........ ....,... M ARK GUERIN
RUSSEL BAKER ................................... Treasurer ...........................,.... JOHN HANDBURY
Twenty-six boys composed the total membership of the Hi-Y this year,
nineteen of whom were taken in as a body in September.
The purpose of the club is to promote cleaner thoughts, better sportsman-
ship, and higher Christian character among all the boys in the school. Since
February, the club has been under the direct sponsorship of the Central Y.M.C.A.
which keeps in constant touch with it and its affairs.
The fellows have had a lot of fun like week-end trips to the dunes, along
with their duties.
This year the Hi-Y has not been quite so active as it has been in preceding
years. Since so many new members came in at once. co-operation was not
worked up until rather late in the year. Some of the things done were the pre-
senting of a gold football to the most valuable player, the giving of two Christ-
mas baskets, and the planning of an assembly in April.
The plans, under the new rules of the club, are to take in from tive to ten
new members in June, all of which must be juniors or seniors.
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delightful two hour rides in addition to the regular program.
During the few months of winter the girls eagerly look forward to the
spring when they can again ride like the wind over the soft bridle-paths or
trot along at an easy comfortable pace. '
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Second Row-Dickson, Mavon, Rimes, Brookes, Hennessy, Dare, Stenger, Lammedee, Baker.
Third Row-Gardner, Mead, Haigh, Rider, Gneiss, Pullar, Herriott, Sturges, Campbell.
Fourth Row-Gour, Halladay, Goller, Potts, Rittenhouse, Berger, Voris, Comstock.
Bottom Row-Micholson, Eldridge, Whyte, Miss Kurz, Dow, Lohman, Grosscup.
By MARY STURGES
First Semester Second Semester
MARY STURGES President FLORENCE VVHYTE
BETTY ELDRIDGE Vice1Presid ent DOROTHY Dow
FLORENCE WHYTE Secretary BETTY ELDRIDGE
FRANCES FISHER Treasurer VERNA Lon MAN
Faculty Adviser, Miss KURZ
One of Empehi's most popular clubs is the Dancing Club. All girls who
love to dance, and have had enough experience to enable them to pass the
entrance requirements, are eligible for membership.
"The Christmas Dance Festival," a unique collection of dances, was
staged last December by the club. All kinds of dolls, Spanish, Polish,
Japanese, Russian, and Frenchg teddy-bears, a marionette, an'd clowns
together with fairies, elves, and Santa Clause, charmed their spectators with
many gay steps. Various types of dancing, clog, toe, interpretive, folk, and
asthetic, gave variety to the program.
Dancers from this club play a very important part in the school operas,
as they make up the ballet. The Dancing Club has done a great deal
towards making our opera, "jerry of Jericho Road," a success.
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Second Row-Hobson, Kelly, Longley, Bingham, French, Sandrok.
Third Row-Bragg, Reuss, Roser, Wieck, C-our, Brennan.
Fourth Row--Campbell, Roderman. Baker, Carver, Verduin, Ruminler, Evans, McDowell.
Bottom Row-Grossman, Lagerstrom, Goetzke, Stephenson, Campbell, Reid, Dalton.
THE HOBBY CLUB
Ey Joi: STEPHENSON
JOE STEPHENsoN President
HOXN'ARD HoBsoN Vice-President
JOE COBB Secretary
DAVID FORNELL Treasurer
The Hobby Club was organized last semester, as a medium through which
collectors of stamps or coins could find others Wishing to exchange with them.
The Club has been fortunate in securing Miss Livingston as faculty adviser.
It is a good place, not only to get interested in a hobby, but to start one.
The members are only too glad to help others start a collection, if it is the same
as theirs. Anyone interested in making collections, such as stamps, coins, china,
antiques, glass, Indian goods, relics, and weapons are especially welcome, as there
are more members collecting these things.
Many stamp companies give special reductions to clubs, and we, of course,
take advantage of this. As a result, many fine stamps are bought at much lower
Next semester, the club plans to take several trips to places of interest, such
as the Chicago Historical Society, the Art Institute, and the Field Museum.
From time to time, many interesting talks have been given on the making and
water-marking of stamps, history and secret markings of money, and United States
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Second Row-Donnelly, Stokoe, Kammerer, Kephart, Gurgel, Piech, Baker, Grosscup, Stow,
Third Row-Pitkin, Mason, Porter, Jacobson, Shemaitis. Mingea, R. Alexander, Spangler,
Fourth Row--McCormick, Gadsden, Schauer, McConnell, Odell, jones, Dow, Whitehead,
Thompson, Clissold, Swett. .
Fifth Row-Hofmann, Foose, Reed, Haliday, Brooks, Mr. Hunter, Davis. Hanna, Cowan,
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Bottom Row-Crane, Claussen, Beeby, McKnight, Swett, Kass, Palermo, Porter.
EMPEHI AERO CLUB
By PERRY BRooKs
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CHARLES HALIDAY ....... ....... V ice-President
DON DAv1s ................. ................ S ecretary
FRANKLIN REED ,.,,. ................,.... T reasurer
JOHN HANNA ,,,.,,,.,,...,, ....... B usiness Manager
CURTIS A. HUNTER ..........................,..................... Faculty Adviser
In order to keep abreast of the times, the Empehi Aero Club has been organ-
ized. The object of the club is to promote interest in aviation among the students
of Morgan Park High Schoolg to assist and encourage members in building model
aircraftg to enter scale and Hying models in competitiong and to study gliders.
There are club members interested in the building of both original and demon-
strated model airplanes, all of which have been shown in trials and contests.
Instruction is afforded the club in the fundamentals of aviation, by its efficient
instructor, and the members are much indebted to Mr. Hunter.
It has been planned to build an approved type of glider. This glider, it is
hoped, will be of interest to the community as well as the school, and may lead to
the formation of a glider club.
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ft I First Semester Second Semester l, sb.,
I HENRY BARBOUR ....... ......... P resident .......,.. ............. M ILDRED KNABE ,I ,l '
l LYMAN GILBERT ........ ....... V ice-President .,...... ...... E VELYN CHRISTEN SEN Q
ll NORMA YARLINE ,,..... ............... S ecre-tary ............. ............. M ARY BRENNAN I ,
+ MILDRED KNABE ........ ..,,.. . dssistcmt Secretary ........ ............. I AMES I-IOFFER lg
, , ERDMUTH LIENK ....,. ............... Treasurer .... ........ ................. D E LLA Kocic li
' li MARGARET BROWN .......,................ Faculty Adviser ........ . ............... MARGARET BROWN H
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who have completed two semesters of Spanish are eligible for membership. 3
, In the fall term, it had a Spanish picnic in Palos Park, and for an assembly, E l
. l gave a Spanish play representing a street scene. In the spring term, the club 1
' gave their annual Fiesta which is a banquet, attended only by those who wear ln
, S anish costumes. This was to commemorate the life of Mi uel Cervantes the lf'
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ll! 3 Under the capable leadership of Miss Margaret Brown, the faculty adviser,
l l, the club has steadily advanced and has been able to donate several gifts to the . ,I
I E I school in the way of money and a picture. il
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Top Row-Rimes, Crane, Beckham, Gilbert, Palmer, Pagels, Davis, Hedges.
Secogd Row-McLerie, Innes, Pflasterer, Sommer, Van Dyne, Gunner, Griswold, Trowbridge,
Third Row-Paddock, Morgan, Murray, Fetterly, Pullar, Pritchard, Tziolas, Gadsden.
Fourth Row-Bates, Shea, Dow, Hopkins, Rittenhouse, Burnett, Pence, Iewett, Gray.
Fifth Row-Usborne, Bond, Clarke, Miss Conlan, Miss Bellinghausen, Ward, Miss Condit.
By CONSTANTINE TZIOLAS
First Semester Second Semester
CONSTANTINE TZIOLAS President VIRGINIA WARD
DAN WHITEHEAD Vice-President RHEA RIMEs, FOSTER PALMER
LOUISE PFLASTERER Secretary HELEN MORGAN
VIRGINIA WARD Treasurer ELIZABETH CRANE
FOSTER PALMER, GEORGE PAGELS Public-ity Committee GEORGE PAGELS
The second semester of existence of the "Cercle Renaissance Francais,"
or as it is commonly known, "The French Club," has assured a glorious
future for this organization, as was proved by its new undertakings.
Thanks to our untiring adviser, Mlle. Marie Bellinghausen, the French
Club has very successfully put over an assembly, the first of its kind ever
to be given in Morgan Park High School. Although it was conducted entirely
in French and had an absolutely French atmosphere, it was enjoyed by the
audience who either through Latin or Spanish, succeeded in understanding
The use of only the French language in all meetings was especially em-
phasized this year, and the results on the ability of Huent French speaking
by the members have been great, according to Mlle. Bellinghausen.
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Top Row-Stoddard, Iversen, Schermerhoru, M. Murray, Fornell, Gray, Rankaitis, Stevenson,
Janes, Winnie, Reuss.
Second Row-Harrington, E. Murray, Ganz, Shemaitis, Mingea, Reed, Kelly, Pereira, Perry,
Lindemann, Noble, Goe, McMillan, Milner.
Third Row-Viall, Minton, Peterson, Stafford, Wakeley, Halverson, Knabe, Jacobson, Molloy,
Harvey, Piersma, Gaston, Porter.
Fourth Row-Miss Babcock, Robertson, Bills, Olson, Baum, Dalton, Schmitt, Comstock, Wood-
ward, Lilja, Austin, Hagenbuck, Bombaugh, McKee, Miss Bell.
Fifth Row-Church, Hubbard, Bates, Van Dyne, Gunner, Abbey, Weed, Goebel, Robertson,
Szalay, Burgess, Trowbridge, Richardson, Herriott.
Bottom Row-Carver, Jones, Bender, Stow, Cleveland, Hoffer, Roderman, Umhofer, Cowan,
THE ZOOLOGY CLUB
By JESSIE WEED
First Semester Second Semester
EDGAR MURRAY .......... ............ P resident ............. ....................... I ESSIE WEED
JESSIE WEED ,.,,....,., .,,.... V ice-President ........ , ........... .... .... H O RACE GASTON
HORACE GASTON ........,........ ......... Secretary .......... ........ J OSEPHINE HARRINGTON
KENNETI-I CARVER ................................ Treasurer ............................... CONSTANCE NOBLE
The Zoo'ogy Club has lived up to its reputation as a scientific organization.
ln the fall, Miss Bell was our faculty adviser, then in February, Miss Babcock
returned to fill her former position.
The club has successfully managed several excursions, among them the
semi-annual trip to the dunes and a trip to the General Biological Supply House.
Two assemblies at which movies were shown, have been given this year. The
first was "Sea Birds and Coral Sandsf' furnished by the Lincoln Park Museum of
Natural History, and the second one, supplied through the Isaac Walton League,
showed various phases of fish propagation.
In the fall an etching, "The New York Battery," was presented to the school
for the collection being hung in the halls.
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Second Row-Zichterman, Erickson, Klontz, McClure, Brown, Nicely, Willcox, MacMahon,
McAllister, Turner, Thomas, Goetzke.
Third Row-Moody, Judson, Hohmann, Stevens, Goebel, Hough, Robertson, Pennington, Bogg,
Fourth Row-Miss Mcnsch, Sweet, Simons, Eldridge, Halladay, Musser, Taylor, Brown, Dead-
man, Cenfield, Cobb.
Fifth Row-Bogg, Kimmel, Reed, Swann, Beebe, Heiskell, Pence, Brown, Anderson, Gentle,
Bollom Row-VVhii'e, Miller, Fetterly, Richardson, Camit, Robertson, Losetif, Farrar.
THE BOTANY CLUB
By ROBERT HEISKELI4
First Semester Second Semester
ROBERT HEISKELL ............. President .......... ROBERT HEISKELL
JACK HALIDAY .............................. Vice-President ....... ........... B ETTY ELDRIDGE
FLORENCE SIMONS .,.............................. Secretary ....., .........,..... I OHNNY FARRAR
NIARK GUERIN, FRANCES WILLCOX .... Treasurer .................,.. HENRIETTA HALLADAY
Under the able supervision of Miss Monsch, faculty adviser, the Botany Club
has passed another milestone in its attempt to inspire the students with a love
of nature and admiration of its beauty.
The most important trips of the year were the ones to the chrysanthemum
show at Garfield Park, to the sand dunes, and to the Hower show at the Sherman
Hotel. The club has also heard some very fine lectures, among them being one
by Eldred Green ,Z7, a former president, and an illustrated one by Robert
Heiskell on his trip abroad.
The annual Flower show, the terrarium, aquarium, and model home show
causes the club to feel that it has passed through a most happy and prosperous
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Top Row-Mavon, Reynolds, Rankaitis, Christensen, Stevens, Heiskell, Wallace, Baker, Fornell,
Second Row-Brooks, Reed, West, Beckham, Fonda, Mrozek, Bird, Hall, Moore, Carr.
Third Row-White, Van Valkenburg. Park, Lilly, Guerin, Eichenberger, Perry, Stevenson,
Fourth Row-Richardson, Nicely, Sturges, Mostyn, Farrar, Fetterly, Simons, Sawyer, Lohman,
Allman, Logan, Baker.
Fifth Row-Smith, Bingham, Winsor, Rigby, Donnelly, Alexander, Mitchell, Pittsford, Budge,
Bottom Row-Whitehead, Peebles, Bruce, L. Halladay, Iversen, Liver, Zink, Piech, C. Haliday.
By MARK E. GUERIN
WILLIAM ALEXANDER .President
ROBERT MITCHELL Vice-President
GEORGE RIGBY Secretary
JACK PITTSFORD Treasurer
The Faraday Club, a combination of the old Physics and Chemistry Clubs,
is an organization new this year. With Mr. Hall and Mr. Gay as its faculty
advisers, it has become one of the largest organizations in the school.
The club has aimed to present to the student the interesting and practical
sides of physics and chemistry, and it feels that it has been very successful in
fulfilling its aim. Although few in number, the speakers have been of such
quality that they amply made up for their scarcity. The club was fortunate in
obtaining such authorities as Mr. Peterson of the chemical department of the
American Medical Association, Mrs. Behm from the Quaker Oats Company,
Professor Parmelee of the Department of Ceramics of the University of Illinois,
and Dean Penn of the Engineering Department at Armour Institute, all of
whom had first-hand knowledge of their subjects. The fact that the club has a
membership of one hundred twenty-three is evidence of the enthusiasm with
these speakers were received.
If the Faraday Club can continue with as large a membership as it has
at the close of this year, it will feel that it is a success.
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Top Row-Bennett, Longley, Harlow, Christie, Stoddard, Mingea, Ehringer, Baker, Sennstrom,
Second Row-Reed, Reuss, Johns, Messinger, Palmer, Thayer, Diamond, Mason, Patton, Eichen-
Third Row-Mr. Gay, Snedicor, Spangler, French, Morton, Jacobson, Wright, Havey, Clauter,
Cauble, Kephart, Mr, Hall.
Fourth Row-Krause, Milner, Schwind, George, Coughenour, Hoffman, Kirchhoti, Whitehead,
Fifth Row-Loomis, Jackson, Lindquist, Peterson, Vanek, Fennema, Hedges, Van Dyne, Stoker,
Bottom Row-Grosscup, Porter, Lindermann, Hopkins, Hoffer, Johnson, Cobb, Wickersham,
FARADAY CLUB fContinuedj
Mr. Gay and Mr. Hall have also endeavored to create in the Faraday Club
members a personal interest in physics and chemistry. Their success is shown by
the fine research and experimental work done by individuals. In the Physics de-
partment a complete telegraph outfit has been built and three telephone sets in-
stalled. Members have brought in many appliances, both electrical and other-
wise, for investigation and study, and much useful information has been derived
from them. Some of the members have built an apparatus from which they ex-
pect to obtain nearly two million volts of electricity. Another group has written
some very fine papers on such widely separated subjects as Claude Neon lights
and Einstein's relativity theory. In the chemistry department, students have even
gone so far as to equip private laboratories in their homes, in which they not only
do their regular school work, but also much useful and interesting experimental
and research work "on their own hook." ,
Morgan Park High School is fortunate in having an organization which en-
larges on the regular college preparatory work of the physics and chemistry classes.
On account of the work of this organization and that of its faculty advisers, stu-
dents are made to realize the magnitude of the fields these subjects encompass and
are given a liking for them which they could obtain in almost no other way.
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Second Row-Lagerstrom, Gault, Werstler, Stitt, Klein.
Third Row-Duffey, Mostyn, McGillioray, Pennington, Thorne, Hopkins.
Bottom Row-Marriott, Frizzo, Mrs. Sheehy, Dasher, Austin.
STAGE CRAFT CLUB
By RUTH MCIQNIGHT
RUTH MCKNIGHT President
DOROTHY HOPKINS 17 ice-President
JEANNE MARROTT Treasurer
The Girls' Stage Craft Club was Organized two years ago by Mrs. Sheehy
for the purpose of giving the girls a chance to learn about stage craft and cos-
tume design. Since the club has been organized the girls design costumes for
the Opel as and the different entertainments during the year.
There are no requirements necessary to belong to the club although if you
know any thing about design, it is interesting to create the design for the cos-
tume, and then Work it out until it is a completed costume. The Stage Craft
class meets every day eighth period. and the Stage Craft Club has only special
meetings when called by the faculty adviser or the president.
VVe hope that soon we can establish a regular Wardrobe room for the school
and add costumes from all the entertainments. By doing this we hope to elimin-
ate some of the work at times of preparations for our stage productions.
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A By JAMES REPPV
The R. O. T. C. Band hasymade remarkable progress during the past year
under the direction of our energetic and capable bandmaster, 'Captain Guy Hartle.
Captain Hartle came to Empehi from Lindblom High School, Where he was
assistant director of the band. Our band assisted the Morgan Park Woman's
Club Chorus at their concert, and played at the lecture given by Bennett J. Doty
vat the Community Center on March 19.
Entering the preliminary concert band contest at the Marshall High School
on April 10, Morgan Park Won first place, playing, "The Hungarian Comedyf,
and "Ballet Music" from Rosemunde. In the final contest held at Crane junior
College, April 17, in which our band competed against bands of 135 pieces, they
placed fifth in the entire city. Considering that our band numbers only 40
pieces, they have brought quite an honor to Empehi.
The latter part of the semester has been spent in preparation for the March-
ing Band Contest, May 29, followed by the Memorial Day parade, May 30.
On June 14, the annual Band Concert took place in the school auditorium.
The ticket sales were backed by the Parent Teachers Association, which helped to
make the concert. Proceeds are to be put toward a fund for equipping the band
with the finest instruments available.
In preparing for next year's contests, Captain Hartle hopes to increase the
membership to 70 or 80 pieces, which will make the largest band Empehi has
The success of our band this year is due to the untiring efforts of Captain
Hartle, whose leadership has instilled the spirit of co-operation among the
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Top Row-Janes, Stow, Moses, Larson, F. Anderson, Stafford, Lee.
Second Row-C. Paden, Arneman, Spitler, Iobleeki, Armstrong, Fowkes, Pilbrow.
Third Row-Whitford, Bragg, Miller, Gray, W. Anderson, Austin, Ordas, Murray, Captain
Fourth Row-Gurgel, McIntosh, McConnell, Fitzgerald, Gaston, Oury, Crapser, Rurnmler,
Fifth Row-Stevenson, Shields, W. Paden, Johnson, Reed, Stapleton, Sauer, Mitchell, Repp.
Bottom R ow-Thatcher, Hagenbuck.
Top Row-Groebe, Van Antwerp, Carney, Bethke, Kuchbaum, Giernian.
Second Row-Berthel, Wayland, Moore, Drenthe, Rhode, Harris, Mr. Hartle.
Third Row-Cook, Sehermerhorn, Beeby, Hill, Roche, Sauermann, Pitkin.
Bottom Row-Thyer, Gadsden, Berg, Dahlstrom, Jorgensen, Peterson, Entrop, McCormick.
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Top Row-Stapleton, Schaar, Thatcher, Johnson, Reed, Repp, Stevenson, Larson.
Semd Row-Schmitt, Garrett, Nicely, Robinson, Lee, Arneman, Shields.
Third Row-Connors, Reed, Pitkin, Clarke, Kock, Mr. Hartle.
Fourth Row-Hedges, Smith, Lagerstrom, Upp, McIntosh, Noble, Edwards.
Bottom Row-Stoddard, Whitehead, Erickson, Clissold, Haythorne, Riddle, Sawyer, Sauermann.
By ELLA DUWAINE REED
Morgan Park High School's orchestra has again come to the end of a
year which will be recorded as one of the most successful music years our
school has ever known. VVith this year came a new orchestra conductor,
Captain Guy H. Hartle from the Chicago Musical College. Captain Hartle
has in one year proved himself an absolute necessity to both the school and
For the various activities at the school and the community center, the
orchestra has always willingly given their assistance. Besides the task of
our opera "Jerry of Jericho Road" which was a tremendous one in itself, the
orchestra alternated with the band for the Friday assemblies.
The orchestra is composed of forty-two members. For the fall semester
William Paden was concert meister, while in February Josephine Hedges was
chosen for that honor. The accompanists for both the September and Feb-
ruary semester, were Ella Duwaine Reed, and Doris Clarke.
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During the school year of 1928-29, the jazz Orchestra played for the socials,
yl l performed at assemblies and outside meetings, and furnished music before and
after the regular monthly lecture in the Forum. At the beginning of the season, "
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THE GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
By CARYL RATHJE
The Girls' Glee Club has always been one of the most active and most pop-
ular organizations at Morgan Park.
Last fall the girls worked very hard in the preparation of "Rain" by Curran,
and Treharne's "Softly Oh Midnight Hours," which were the two contest num-
bers sung at the City Contest at Orchestra Hall, january 16, 1929. True to all
expectations, they brought home the first place honors. They also helped the
boys in the mixed chorus singing German's "O Peaceful Night" and "Morning"
by Speaks. The chorus placed first in the chorus under 100.
This fall the Glee Club sang at the lecture given by the Count Felix Von
Luckner, and on several other occasions. On one occasion, they sang so well
that the Women's Club gave them five dollars with which to buy music.
After Christmas, work was started on the opera, "Jerry of Jericho Road."
Under the skilled leadership of Miss Bell, the opera easily surpassed previous
THE BOYS, GLEE CLUB
By CLAYTON STAFFORD
The musical organizations of the school have always been outstanding. The
Boys' Glee Club has proved its worth in living up to this reputation.
On January 16, the boys went to Orchestra Hall and placed second in the
city-wide Glee 'Club competition. Also, in conjunction with the Girls' Glee Club,
they won first place in the mixed chorus. It was the lirst time the Boys' Glee
Club had ever entered the competition with the exception of the mixed chorus.
The Club has sung on several other occasions and has made a very creditable
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Top Row-Simons, Libby, Trowbridge, O'Donnell, Rathje, Crane, Fennema, Billings, Milen,
Second Row-Graver, Hillier, Viall, St. John, Coleman, Gorman, Heald, Colman, Armstrong,
Third Row-Bort, Henderson, Wright, McKee, Sheils, Johnson, Peterson, Pettit, Heynen, Miss
Fourth Ro-w-Abbott, Campbell, Jerome, Slee, Bergstrom, Davidson, Pfeiffer, Thyer, Bingham,
Bottom Row-Palmer, Smith, Flint, Anderson, Ianney, Eagle, Bohn, Mason.
BOY'S GLEE CLUB
Top Row--Langdon, Cook, Penson, Janes, Shepherd, Stephens, Baker, Zink, Beckham.
Second Row-Spitler, Murray, Betscher, Peebles, Sandrok, Bird, Mrozek, Futcher, Park,
Third Row--Miss Bell, Guerin, Gadsden, Anderson, Belshaw, Savidis, Davis, Longley, Kephart.
Fourth Row-Rigby, Wood, Morgan, D. Howard, Clifton, Hudson, Batty, Toerper, Simpson.
Bottom Row-Pilbrow, Kephart. Patton, Miller, Stafford, A. Howard, Brookes, McMillan.
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Second Row-Smock, Gilbert, Rypkema, Wright, Mokstad, Murray.
Third Row-Haliday, Anderson, Whitford, Pitkin, Morton, Bishton.
Fourth Row--Farrar, Frey, Dujardin, Case, Pierce, Stephenson, Mrs. Hecht.
Botiom Row-Ianney, McKee, Haliday, Stafford, Lovejoy, Goller.
B y JACK HALIDAY
Self-expression is one of the chief aims of education. Among all possible
means to that end not one is capable of greater results than dramatic art. Amateur
theatricals may not be a magic wand but training in dramatics is invaluable.
Not only the students but the people in the community have welcomed the
opportunity to witness the plays that the Dramatic Club have presented. Two per-
formances of "Hurry, Hurry, Hurryf, and a performance of "The Robe of Wood,"
by John Golden, have marked the high points in this years' work of the club.
The course in dramatics and the production of the plays is under the competent
direction of Mrs. Harriet Arthur Hecht.
This year's National and International Oratorical Contest, was also on the
list of activities sponsored by the club. The prizes, a f1ve dollar gold piece, presented
by the De Walt Mechlin Chapter of the D. A. R., and the regular pin that the
Dramatic Club presents each year, went to Willard Morton this year's winner.
The club also purchased a stage door and fireplace for the school, and pre-
sented a check for two hundred dollars to Miss Conclit, to be used towards the
purchase of a new rug for the social room.
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p"Hurry, Hurry, Hurry," by Leroy Arnold, was presented in Blackwelder
Hall, on December 13 and 14.
Two casts were used and an All-Star cast selected.
Both casts gave exceptionally fine performances.
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' Chicago Drama League Contest, which was held at the Goodman Studio Theatre,
' May 31, 1929. This was the high school section of the Little Theatre Tourna-
l ment. '
i "The Robe of Wood" won first place, receiving a silver cup and twenty-tive
i dollars. The cast was excellent and the acting of a very superior grade. The honor
, of winning was still greater considering the high standing of the competitors.
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THE "PEP" COMMITTEE
B y EVERETT SMITH
June 1929 brings to a close the second successful year of the f'Pep" Committee.
This organization was formed for the purpose of giving proper support to the
different athletic teams. Through speeches, part-programs in assemblies, and ticket-
selling, the conflicts between our teams and our rivals have been made known
throughout our school.
The committee is made up of seven students appointed as follows: Everett
Smith to represent the boys of the school 3 Dorothy Lloyd, the girls 5 James Peebles,
the Boys' Emblem Clubg Marian Mingea, the Girls' Emblem Clubg Frederick von
Berner, the football team, Philip Mavon, the basketball teams g and Edgar Murray,
the baseball team. 1
Due to the efforts of the committee, the attendance at all the athletic games has
been increased by a good hundred per cent. Because of the loss by graduation of
our cheer leaders, Charles Heineman, Frank Wymer, and Tom Shemaitis, the
committee held another elimination contest to pick the best cheer-leaders in Morgan
Park High School. The winners of this contest were Harold Zinc, Ralph Morgan,
Robert Rummler, Eugene Grossman, and Robert Oury.
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By GEORGE CHRISTIE
While the 1928 football season was not what could be termed a complete
success, the team showed the characteristic fighting spirit of Morgan Park.
Three of the mainstays on the 1928 team were Captain Tommy Shemaitis,
end, Vic Futcher, quarterback, and Bob Murray, center. Shemaitis, who com-
pleted his third season under Coach Peterson, was converted from a half-back
to an end during the season. His work in this new position was very good.
Futcher and Murray were both chosen by the coaches of the south section, for
the all-south section eleven. Murray was presented with a gold football by the
Hi-Y, who considered him the Most Valuable Man to his Team.
Nine regulars who received their M. P.'s in the
1928 season are graduating: Captain Tommy
Shemaitis, Le Roy Phifer, Vic Futcher, Bob Mur-
ray, Frank Ruess, Tony M
Mrozek, Ric h a r d Bee,
Bruce Ladd, and Harold
Deadman. The only league
game won by M. P. was
the final contest, played on
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Wallace, Deadman, Mrozek, Murray, Woerner, Manager von Berne-r.
Middle Row-Baker, Wilson, Reuss, Phifer, Cosgrove, Cauble, Rafferty, Kleinman, Smith,
Bottom Row-Grosscup, Stow, Harris, Guderyahn. Captain T. Shemaitis, Stephens, Duran,
Morgan Park .... 6 Thornton .............. 14 Morgan Park .... 6 Fenger .............. 31
Morgan Park .... 24 Lindblom Sophs.. 6 Morgan Park .... 0 Philips .............. 6
Morgan Park .... 0 Joliet Heavies ...... 22 Morgan Park .... 0 Parker .............. 12
Morgan Park .... 6 Alumni ................ 12 Morgan Park .... 7 Calumet ...,.....,., 0
Baldwin Bingham was elected by his team-mates to
captain the l929 football squad.
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By WILLARD JOHANNSEN
The 1928-'29 heavyweight basketball team started the league season by win-
ning nine out of its ten practice games. Before a large crowd, Morgan Park won
its first league game from Parker. Empehi won only one moregame. Two ties,
one with Bowen, the other with Parker, put the team out of the section competition.
The team was built around the co-captains john Handbury, and John Winsor.
john Winsor filled the center position, while Herb Winsor and John Handbury
played at the forwards. Captain-elect Hemingway of the lights, played running
guard for the heavyweights. John Rankaitis Won his letter at the other guard
P Several of the games that were lost, were due to the fact that Morgan Park
had few substitutes. Minor letters for heavyweight players were awarded to james
Peebles, Charles White, and VVilliam Bowman.
John Handbury was re-elected at the close of the season, to lead next year's
team. John Rankaitis will be back for the whole of next year, while john Win-
sor, Herb Winsor, and Martin Hemingway will graduate in February, and
therefore, may play football.
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Bottom Row-Gunner, Kraus, Pierson, Hopkins.
By WILLARD JOHANNSEN
Starting the 1928-'29 lightweight season, with an entirely new team, Morgan
Park did nothing of special merit in the south section. After having won seven
out of nine practice games, they lost their first four league games, On the second
trial against the south section school, Empehi won two out of four of the games.
Three of the league games were -lost by two points or less. .
Major letters were awarded to Bernard Hauber, jack Eichenberger, and
Myron Pilbrow, forwardsg Thomas Ellis, and Dick Kephart, centers, Edward
Havey, Willard Johannsen, and Frank Henke, guards.
Captain-elect Martin Hemingway was over-weight, and so Edward Havey
was elected to be captain of next year's team. During this yearls league season,
he played every minute of the thirty-two quarters. Myron Pilbrow is the only
player to graduate this year, but because of the weight requirement, and graduation
next February, Ellis, Hauber, Eichenberger, Kephart, and Henke will not play
with next year's lightweight team.
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Third Row-Lindermann, Toerper, Duffy, Ellis, Henke, Zitkus, Krause. 1 5
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BASEBALL 5 i
By EDGAR MURRAY i .1
The other sport teams this year lost men by graduation and ineligibility, and , lt,
the baseball team had their share. , ep
There were only three letter men back to make a new team. They are
Captain Christie, catcher, Clauter, shortstopg and Handbury at third. Victor g A
Futcher and Bob Brookes were lost to the team because of the eight semester lp
The team has only a fair chance to win the section title this year with so ' ii
many green men playing. -The team is handicapped by not having a good dry l
field to practice on. The squad consists of: Captain Christie, Hauber, Clauter, 2 fi
Handbury, Grey, Duffy, and Todd, inheldersg Anderson, Ellis, Kephart, Zitkus, i ly
Smith, Linderman, and Florence, pitchers 5 Murray, Toerper, Woerner, Krause, g ,
Havey, and Bingham, outhelders. 1
Last year the team got a slow start, but finished in good style. We won
four games and lost four games, ending in third place in the league. The scores Q I
of last year's league games were: Q
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Top Row-Winsor, Murray, White, Grosscup, Moses, Zllgna-ger Moore, Stephens, McBride,
Second Row-Howard, Wright, Gunner, Laycock, Krause, Bingham, Coach Maysack.
Bottom Row-Crane, Bender, Thyer, Morgan, Rummler, Grossman, Armstrong.
THE SWIMMING TEAM
By EUGENE COLEMAN
The splash squad of Empehi has completed another fairly successful season.
Struggling under odds of ineligibility and mediocre material, out of five meets,
they defeated Calumet twice, Hyde Park, and St. Leo. Their only defeat was
credited to Calumet g Empehi was swamped that time. The second semester they
were especially handicapped by the loss of Tom and Stan Shemaitis, Richard
Bee, William Lee, Norman Silver, and the ineligibility of many junior and
senior stars. Their loss was greatly felt by the team.
There was a poor turnout for practices, but it is very certain that there
are many swimmers who should have been out for the team. Next fall, we
hope, the aquatic defenders will have as successful a season as this last one.
There will be many youthful aspirants then eligible for the juniors, and many
junior stars Will be doomed to hold down senior berths.
MORGAN PARK RECGRDS, 1928-1929
Eugene Coleman 40 yards free style 21
Eugene Coleman 100 yards free style 1:02418
Dan Moore 40 yards breast stroke 313f5
Major Stephens 40 yards back stroke 29
Tom Shemaitis 40 yards free style 212!5
Stan Shemaitis 100 yards free style 1:02 3X5
Dick McEuen 100 yards breast stroke 1:18
Tom Shemaitis 60 yards back stroke 42
Stan Shemaitis 220 yards free style 2:55
Top Row-Mavon, Hohmann, Wallace, Rankaitis, Winsor.
Second Rows-Murray, Langdon, Mrozek, Handbury, Peebles, Mr. Peterson.
Third Row-White, Smith, Christie, Winsor, Hemingway, Reuss.
Fourth Row-Hauber, Brookes, Rafferty, Ellis, Henke.
Fifth Row-Eichenberger, Woerner, Futcher, Bingham, johannsen, Clauter.
Bottom Row-Kephart, Pilbrow, Havey, Von Berner.
THE BOYS' EMBLEM CLUB
By V1c'roR FUTCHER
First Semester Second Semester
Charles White President Victor Futcher
Herb Winsor Vice-President Walter Woerner
John Handbury Secretary and Treasurer Baldwin Bingham
The Boy's Emblem Club, under the direction of Coach Peterson, is an
organization composed of all boys, who have Won major emblems in some field
of sports. The purpose of the Club, is. to promote clean athletics and fine
sportsmanship in our school. The scholastic standing of the members of the
various teams is looked after by certain members of this organization who
Warn the players in case of possible failure in a major subject.
The club sponsors such sports, as the alumni football, baseball and basket-
ball games, and the interclass football, baseball, and track.
The advertising of Empehi, was successfully carried out during the last
year by the sale of stickers, football, and basketball buttons. The profit of these,
along with the profit of the athletic games, goes to pay for the equipment for
the teams, and emblems, and numerals which are awarded at the close of each
The club urges all boys who are able, to turn out for some form of athletics
and help keep our standing high in interscholastic sports.
Top Row-Weed, Van Dyne, Paddock, Whyte.
Second Row-Miss Gahl, Clarke, Robertson, Frizell, Armstrong.
Bottom Row-Mingea, Shemaitis, Gunner, Morgan.
G GIRLS' EMBLEM CLUB
By ETHEL VAN DYNE
EMMA SHEMAITIS President
The Girls' Emblem Club is made up of the girls who have Won their
major letters in sports, Each one of these girls has made manifest her
ability in at least one field of athletics by earning her emblem. It is the
natural result of the high sporting caliber of the club's members that the
Girls' Em-'blem Club should be the natural leader-of all girls' athletics in
During the past year the club has been Very active in promoting girls'
organized athletics, and has sponsored interclass team tournaments in soccer,
basketball, volleyball, track, and tennis, and a school tournament in tennis.
The girls who participated in these tournaments, not only became more
skilled athletes, but also gained experience in the practical application of
good sportsmanship. Since it is the desire of every girl to become at least a
good sport, if not a skilled athlete, and since the Girls' Emblem Club has
helped many girls in this respect, the club feels that the past year has been a
successful and encouraging one.
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SENIOR BASKETBALL TEAM
Top Row-Shea, Specht, Van Dyne, Morgan.
Second Row-Gnnner, Ward, Brown, Bates.
Bottom Row-Fisher, Harrington, Captain Gadsden, Clarke.
SENIOR SOCCER TEAM
Top Row-Holland, Stump, Paddock, Mingea, Fennerna, Ward.
Second Row-Shea, Gadsden, Coach Miss Kurz, Morgan, Armstrong.
Bottom Row-Piersma, Harrington, Captain Van Dyne, Smith.
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Sept.4.-School begins. Burnam succeeds
Baker as S. A. leader.
Sept. 28.-First social of season.
Oct. I.-Empehi staff moves from 303 to IIS.
D YE THIN
Nov. 2.-Hoover scores great victory in
Empehi election. Hot debates delivered
by aspiring students.
Nov. 10.-Morgan Park scores over Calu-
met in exciting football game.
Nov. 22.-Annual .and Empehi news re-
ceived distmgulshed rating at Illinois.
Dec. I0.-Lorado Taft models at special as-
Dec. 13.-Delta Chi's "Hurry, Hurry,
Hurry." huge- success!
lJCC.2I.-GOld football awarded Bob Mur-
rayg Sougy Bingham elected y2Q captain.
I3.-Empehi heavies defeat Parker in
thrilling game to win first game played.
16.-Mixed chorus and girls' club win
First places in fourth annual contest.
18.-Quilpen assembly. Grand prize' win-
ners, Virginia Slee, and Ella Duwaine
184-Senior Prom. Fair maidens in
formals, gallant escorts.
jan.25.-Spanish Club assembly: "What
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opening of toy department. Grand dis-
play of ancient, medieval, and modern
30.-Senior assembly. V. Strobel and
T. Shemaitis entertain.
31.-Mid-SCH1CSl6f commencement. Sen-
iors take care of yourselves in the cruel
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enter Betty, Eldridge and Wilmer Ben-
net. Brilliant turnout of War Depart-
March 8.-Freshman Party: "Whoopee."
April 5.-Oratorical Contest. Willard Mor-
ton places first and wins five dollar gold
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the men who know: Mitchell, Snedicor,
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mops take front seats followed by Gold
Dust and Sapolio.
May 29.-Opening night of Opera. "Jerry"
and cowboys enthusiastically welcomed
by pleasure seekers. '
June 7.-S. A. Dance. Reward for paying
June 27.-Commencementg beginning of the
end. Here's to a grand and glorious
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THE EMPEHI SNOOZE
THE DISASTEROUS FINIS OF ANNIE
Bill Gorman's white and black Jersey Cow
was struck and killed when
ing to cross at uoth street,
This means bad luck for
milk route every morning
through school. Several of
in the' neighborhood will
Postuin at their meals.
"Annie was' a good cow,
covering his face with his
she was attempt-
by a Rock Island
Bill, who runs a
to pay his way
the poor childrer
have to drink
"and I loved her dearly." Bill had let several
shrieks when he saw his cow spread over tive
acres and a piece on every lamp post.
"Mare blood ran down the sewers," stated
Mary Nell Bort when telling a group of
friends of the incident.
The impact was so great that Annie's tai'
Ruth Mary Dare: "Did you notice that
insolent conductor looking at you as if you
hadn't paid your fare?"
"Cath" Mavon: "Yes, and did you notice
me looking at him as if I had?"
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OUTLOOKS ON BUSINESS
Paperhangers-going to the wall.
Tailors-everything indicates pressing busi-
ness. ' 1
Bottlers-business will be corking.
Chiropodists-going to the dogs.
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was knocked off and swung around the neck
of Roger Boylan and would have strangled
him, had not the engineer run up and cut it off
with his Scout knife.
When interviewed Bill said, "I always reach
for a Lucky instead of a sweet CHence his
boyish tigurej although I'd run a mile for a
Bill is one of these boys who eats oatmeal
for dinner and uses Lifebuoy soap to wash
with. You won't find many boyslike Bill
and it certainly is a shame that his life's work
has been shattered on a railroad track.
R. B., '3r.
ON THE RUN
Mary Nell Bort
Eating ice cream cones.
Eating chocolate ice-
Eating chocolate ice-
cream cones with a
strawberry on top.
Eating double ice-cream
cones with a razzberry
Eating orange ice, ice-
cream cones with the
peelings left in.
Having ice-cream for de-
Having ice-cream cones
Having c. i. c. c. for des-
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Ross Wood, using phone: "Give me 22
Central : H2222 ?"
Ross: "Yeh, step on it, babe. I'll play
train with you afterward."
Playing with my dog.
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Mr. Gay: "Now, students, is it the law of
gravity that keeps you on the earth?"
Evie Smith: "I guess so, but how in the
heck did we stay on before it was passed?"
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son after Lindberghf'
"What's that, Charlie Fly ?"
"No. One Long Hop."
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THEIR POST GRADUATE CAREER
Jack Haliday who was most popular-
still is-he's a bootlegger.
I-Ienry Barbour who had to use a pony for
his Spanish classes, cleaned up on the race
Bob Black, the high school dumbell, is a
Victor Futcher, who was a quarter-back,
now hands them out from the ticket office.
Richard Bee, who loved solitaire, is still
doing it-in Sing Sing.
Herbert White, who always kept his shoes
shined, has gone to the dogs.
Norman Silver, the best fudge maker, has
made a mint.
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Henry Barbour were in the dancing club.
Fire drills happened when you wanted them.
The chemestry lab. was next to the lunch-
Everybody ran from the depot to school
when the train was late.
Teachers didn't give homework.
We didn't have to bring notes for absence.
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Miss Milton: "What is a circle?"
Dumb Sowfmore: "A line that runs
around and catches itself again."
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eight times, decided to write a book entitled,
"Geometry Teachers I have Met."
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If a body helps a body,
Is it the teacher's biz?
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,I vanted to puy a cigar, so I vent by der
cigar store and said to da girl vat vas dere.
"Hai you Perfectos?"
Und she says, "No, I haf bunions l"
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Boyibus kissibus pretti girlorum
Girlibus likibus wanti somorum
Papibus hearibus bigi smackorum
Kickibus boyibus outi back doorum
Boyibus limpibus alli way horum
Swearibus kissibus girli no morum.
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Professor Cunwrapping package in class-
roomjz "Today I intend to show you the
inner workings of the frog."
Students: "Why Professor, those are ham
Absent minded professor: "Why that's
strange., I could have sworn I ate my lunch
a few minutes ago." '
UI guess I've lost another pupil," said the
professor as his glass eye rolled down the
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Mr. Henderson: "The next time .that that
rascal, Mavon comes around, Ilm going to sit
Peg: "Oh, Dad, won't you let me do that?"
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Y WAY BACK VWHEN
Gosh, kids, d'ya 'member .
a way back when,
For a penny we got a bag
full of candy 'n then
All the rest o' the kids usta
tease ya 'n tease
'N we'd give 'm One piece
if they'd get on their knees?
Gee, them was the days when we
had lots of fun,
And ya didn't fall down
'count o' tight skirts when ya run,
An' 0, 'member the time when '
Jim stuck a pin in'May Bell?
'N she jumped outa her seat
an' let out a yell,
A.n' the teacher tho't Jim had
been pullin' May's hair. V
'N she made Jim go up an' sit
in, a chair? '
Gee, them was the days when
we played lots o' tricks
An' got spanked for our pains with
the teacher's wood sticks
But all o' them days hasn't gone
by us yet,
Seems the older we are, why the
worser we get.
-E. D. R. '30
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THE SENIORS WANT TO KNOW:
Where's the school a going?
And what it's goin to do?
And how's it goin to do it?
NVhen the seniors all get through.
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"Ye gods and little fishes."-Seniors and
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Henry Barbour: "Miss Mackin, there's a
student in the class who's making a fool of
himself. When he's through I will commence."
WE WOULD LIKE 'TO KNOW:
Could Grace be any Graver?
Does Henry often Park?
Is Robert Black?
Is Margaret a good horseback Rider?
Where is Norman's Silver?
When was Fern in Holland?
If "Winnie" Burns her love letters?
Is Harold a Deadman?
Is Bruce a good Ladd?
Will Ruth Mary take a Dare?
Does Maurene Frey? ,
Do Robert and Helen fish in Brookes?
"Many things have come to pass," sighed
the teacher as she gazed at the incoming class
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Let X equal the boy.
Let Y equal the girl.
Let Z equal the chaeprone.
X plus Y plus Z equals misery.
X plus Y minus Z equals bliss.
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"WHERE LOVE IS"
Verna Lohman-Averall Cole
Winifred Burns-Everett Smith
Lorna White-Harold Smith
Velma Case-Bob Bruce '
Vera Pitken-Herbert Johnson
Gertrude Fennema-"Vic Futcher
Constance Noble-Frank Reuss
Marjorie Goller-Norris Bishton
Grace Graver-George Morgan
Genevieve Logan-"Mart" Hemmingway
Florence Whyte-John Handbury
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ON RAISING MONEY
We decided to cel candee and peenuts and
eskimo pies at basketball games so we cud
make monee for the annual staff-I mean
four the annual fits public casionj and so
I thot it would B fun to cell cuz then I
cud get in to the game Free and also eat all
the stuff I wanted. However, things weren't
lik they seamed cuz we were so bissie celling
that I couldn't eat anything until bizness
died down, but it didn't until everything wuz
sold and so i couldn't eat nothing then. Well
then i thought I'd watch the game but our
facultie advisor, Miss milton fshe is no re-
lation to the famiss poitj told me to pick
up the boxes 'n paper and other things
which were scattered on the tlor and after
I did that the game wuz about ovur but i
thought I could cee sum of it eneway but
there were so many people in front of me
that it was impossible. Sum one told me
after the game wuz over what the score
wuz cause I had no idea. The next week
when I wuz asked to cell stuff i found too
my great disappointment that i had to go
home and practice my dancing lesson.
D. L., '29
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"Bern" Hauber: Ought one be punished for
something he did not do?
Miss Milton: Indeed not.
"Bern" : Well, I didn't do my math.
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If all the world was flooded,
And I was left to die,
I'd camp out on my Latin
Because it is so dry.
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Squire: "Did you send for me my lord ?"
Knight: "Ay, make haste to get me the can
openerg I have a flea in my knight clothes.
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Mart: "A penny for your thoughts."
Fuzzy: "Sold, I was wondering how I
was going to get home on six cents."
A THE FRESHMEN'S LAMENT
Multiplication is vexationg
Subtraction is as badg
Addition gives me a headache,
And division drives me mad.
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Can't study in the fall,
Gotta play football.
Can't study in the winter,
Gotta play basketball.
Can't study in the spring,
Gotta play baseball.
Can't study in the summer,
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THE EMPEHI SNOOZE
ODE TO LATIN
All the people dead who wrote it,
All the people dead who spoke it,
All the people die who learn it,
Blessed death, they surely earn it.
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BOOKS AND THEIR AUTHORS
Babes in the Woods .......................... Freshmen
Comedy of Errors .................... Football-games
Great Expectations .................................. Exams
Art of Conversation ............ Herbert Johnson
Fearful Responsibility ............ S. A. President
The Reign of Terror .................. Report cards
Hard Times .................... Collecting S. A. dues
Paradise Regained .............................. "A Sub."
Queen of Hearts .......................... Fuzzy Logan
The Common Lot .......... Those without voices
Weighed and Wanting .... Advertising Money
Fame and Sorrow .......... The Editor-in-Chief
S0 Big .......................................... Ralph Morgan
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PHONES BEVERLY 4021-4022
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IS A PERSONAL
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1 75 1 WEST 9 STH STREET 1 8 3 5 WEST 1 o3RD STREET
Everything That Is Best in Talking Pictures You Will See and Hear Best at the
MICPIIGAN AVENUE AT IIOTH PLACE
Monarch loo? Pure 'Paint Electrical Supplies
Martin,s IOOZ Pure Varnish 'Electrical Appliances
W. P. MCCONNELL
1948 Monterey Ave., Morgan Park Phone Beverly 0915
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Telephone Beverly 2 1 5 2-3 8 26
153 8 WEST 1o7TH STREET
Corner Prospect Ave.
' HARRY W. THAYER
Insurance in All Forms
I34 South La Salle Street
Franklin 7300 Beverly 0568
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Emergency, Beverly 8251 1759 XV. 95th St.
2 "Headquarters for Keds"
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I 10234-36 Vincennes Avenue
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Twenty-Four Years of Successful Banking on the Ridge
CAMP MILHURST-ON THE FOX
Camp Milhurst, Plano, Illinois
For Girls from 12 to 20
Board, 510.00 GIRL RESERVE OFFICE Camp Season
Carfare, 52.95 203 N. Wabash Ave. july 9 to Sept. 4
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Get Them From Your Grocer
Boneless Pig's Feet
Meadow Farm Chicken Broth
Chicken a la King
Sliced Dried Beef
Imported Style Frankfurters
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Denny's Shoe Repair Shop
FINE SHOE REPAIRING
9505 Wood Street Bev. 0248
THE A. NASH CO.
Suit or Overcoat Made
to Your Measure
Over Two Hundred Samples
11200 S. Irving Avenue Bev. 080.3
Purpose--A summer of outdoor life-
non-military. Opportunity to make up
scholastic work with tutor.
Sports - B0-ating, fishing, canoeing,
swimming, golf, Woodcraft, etc.
Location-Camp Traverse, Reservation
of 80 acres, with 12-mile shoreline on
Spider Lake, near Traverse City,
For Information Address
COL. H. D. ABELLS, Supt., Box C
Morgan Park Military Academy
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A Complete Line of School Supplies Less Than Two Blocks
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BOYS' AND GIRLS' FURNISHINGS
THE LAST WORD IN NOVELTIES
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An outing ln the shadow of the majestic
Rockies two delightful weeks' Choose
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l eak and visits to the principal scenic
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Every auto tour a revelation ln grandeur
Comparative rates from other points
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IN Goon CANDY AND FRESH Nurs
REAL SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE
Phone Beverly 8 2 5 2
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RIGHT ee STREET
Class Pins, Class Rings, Fraternity and Serority Jewelry
Medals, Badges, Belts and Club Emblems
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It divides the nation into twelve districts. The head-
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Federal Advisory Council. This great banking sys-
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ested in financial subjects. All national banks are
members of the system.
This institution, on April 15, became a national bank
under supervision of the United States Government
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seventh in Chicago and first among all the banks
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1744 WEST 95TH STREET
Phone: Cedarcrest 1660
THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION
100 Per Cent Membership
It Stands For Co-operation
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THE SUPERIOR FOOD SHOP
Everything Good to Eat
Phone: Cedarcrest 1885 1748 W. 95th Street
The Beverly Hardware
PAINTS, GLASS, KITCHEN FURNISHINGS
Authorized Dealer Martin's 100722 Pure Varnishes
1755 W. 95th Street Phone Beverly 2038
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