Morgan Park High School - Empehi Yearbook (Chicago, IL)

 - Class of 1931

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Walk with Romans in the Latin Club, Learn of conquerors of old, See the Circus and the Forum Know how Caesar conquered Gaul. uety-Se x, Let the Drama Club incite you of Q3Q12E5C2I5E2E5E5E5E5G33ZZE.'5?-'ZDP,E!JiP,l5P,lZJEZ?-QE3 W, Y 9 lf With the Botany Club, view nature Y ,J In her own great out-of-doors, ., Learn of grasses, trees, and flowers, ,fi In the woods, and streams, and dells. Y, 6 Think of birds, and beasts, and iishes, 'f If the Zoology Club you join, V Study frogs, and reptiles mobile, if Know the spell of microscopes. lf -if Tubes and wires and lots of string, Y- The Radio Club with zest employs, if Igllow to soarl albroad on magichwing + e Aero C u attempts to s ow. X9 9 if I U I if If your 'nose for news beguiles you, wir Cast your lot with Quill and Scroll, V Or become a skilled reporter, dl if Writing reams for Empehi News. ff W Read great books and know great heroes, Q f Through the Literary Club, my A- Write new books, produce neu' heroes- Q 'F' Quilpen's members show you how. is Eff With the Art Club, View old masters if Try to imitate them, too, we Learn to sketch and cartoon people, " In the Annual your work we'll view. V 'f W . . 'F' 6 Would you soothe your soul with music? Y' Would you feel the might of song? 'f' Then the Orchestra invites you, 'f' Or the Glee Club's happy throng. If Y, Or, if you would be an actor, 9 Fame obtaining over night, H To speed your talent to its height. If you would be lithe and graceful, 'f Dance your way into our hearts, wi' if The Dancing Club its art will teach you, Beauty of motion to you impart. wi' Ni' wi' " Ninety-Eight , imemimemezmim 's if 'zo If you feel that many tumbles Are but means of glorious fun, Take a ride along the parkways With the gay Equestrian Club. 9 lf Would you feel the joy of conquest? Grow up strong, and healthy, too? lf You may work to win an emblem, Later, join the Emblem Club. 'f lf' Further march, you fellow-students, Who excel in varied clubs, Q Well-developed men and women 7 Should excel in studies, too. 'f Q So, Tau Epsilon invites you if V To enjoy its conquests true, ,P Nevermore be mediocre, if Summon mental powers new! Nfl W "Be of service" is the motto P Of Hi-Y and Girl Reserves, T Join their ranks and give your service if l To your school, and city, too. 9 Cther clubs might well be mentioned if For their wealth of good and cheer, But the lack of space forbids us 'f Further words to give them here. rr W Empehi holds many nations, f Many kinds of gifted people, W, Many aims and many interests- ' Art, athletics, science, music- N, Offers ways to foster talent, Many ways of having pleasure. ,,, Let us use this wealth of treasure f Proffered here at Empehi. 'f 'f 1 9 Xin My-,Vine F "1 if ,, , if ,V "1 -f 'r .V ef 'f ,V Y, V, V, if V, uf! uf! wifi iff EZGEEQGEGEQEQSQEEQGIMIZEKQKQQQPKKDEQEZEZ S2 N x i f pf Q Q frfss- f , A ' N w X jxNw,N NW C9 ix A ' q f X Y Q 4 RX K dv i - w X M15 9 "XX x f'7X X Q QU Y, ,gf mutants ' f w f gg , el cultp f 55 , . X MQW films 3 2 ss - , Q - - x ' W V? , cg? , gctntlntxes IW M .fliumor If if my ? W yi, A EJ barns em ents W W ax 6 Nl K N A , NP ff XN4?-Njgx C NDPJQX Q9 KFYX1 Y l f - ' jf f 1, Tx-Sw ff XX J Ji M215 ff X N ff ff Q w M ' x, 2 X C' X X K X r J If X X X' 5 4 1 K N 5 X 0 D Dx 7 XQ f M i n f if k fx x. W wb YQNQM .K JQ Nw? C22 - Xxq-x' ,Q jf' Qi W f l j 'QM-2! a3EZ3GBEE2G'-5E'E5E5E'-3Ei++3Z?-ZE'-'5EK5EREIQEZDE3K?.DE+3 S T H , 9' 'P 'V' , 015132 Stutnznt Qssnuatlun , ' GRACE GRAXVER President 4' BLTRTON SCHWIND First Vice-President " JUNE HUEHNER Second Vice-President "' FRANK Tonn Secretary " MR. ROBERT E. MAYSACR Treasurer 'P -v' -v' ml-IE Student Association consists of all students who have paid their semester " dues of a dollar and a half. Members are entitled to such privileges as, attending all assemblies and social functions of the school, and receiving a copy ' of the Empehi News each week. " 9 A member is also entitled to vote for the president, the vice-president, the , 9 NS' second vice-president, and the secretary, who are elected every June. 'f The foremost aim of the Student Association this year was to complete its "' 8 part of the Athletic Field Fund. Through the cooperation of the activities of Y' the school and the Parent-Teacher Association this goal has been successfully "' attained. ? Q is This year the Student Association presented "Empehi On Parade," a review 4- of the assemblies, as an experiment to put the association on its feet financially. 4. The review was such a success that it was decided to make it an annual affair. V With the splendid cooperation of the Parent-Teacher Association the Stu- T di dent Association sponsored its second Open House Night, which gave the H parents an opportunity to see the Work that is being done at Morgan Park. Q w Every student should feel it his duty and privilege to join the Student 4- Association as it offers such a wide range of activities to its members. 9 One Hundred E3E5E+GL5E'2G5E'-3E'-3E5Ei'ZQ+3E+ZE15+3E+3E+2L45E-'2'-DEZE3 fl V ll .V 'f V V S V V .V V if 'f ll V 'r if 2525252-'EE'-3252561-.'5E++ZE+Z+ ts- ,1'Et?-Z MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE Top Roux-Pendleton, McGonagil, Karge, Gunner, Xvallace, Caldwell, Cummings, Van Valkenburgh, Will. Third Rau'-W'ienold, Springer, Grosscup, Mills, Van Antwerp, Bowlin, Fennema, Handbury, Siebert, Schmalhaus, Krichbaum. Seromi Rou.-Hart, McKinley, Duffey, Flanigan, joskisch, S. Brown, D. Brown, Morrison, Stump. Bolfom Roux-johnson, Coleman, Renevier, Xveinress, Todd, Graver, I-Iuehner, B. Huehncr, Van Etten. . K ,vf I -.4YW, WW W f . 1,,,J.f:' I CIVIC COMMITTEE Top Rau'-Evans, Porter, Fisher, Wayland, McKnight, Sorgenfrie, Hanna. Third Rau'-Copelin, Hammar, R. Paddock, Engstrom, Burke, Abrams, Orwig. Grossman. Serond Row-Johnson, O'Shea, Deanfort, Longley, Cheney, Humphreys, Briebaker, Eldridge, Nielsen. First Roux-McIntosh, O'Connor, Todd, Graver, Stanton, Huehner, McKey, Davies, james. Om' Hundrcd One P1 bd iff ' 1 P .V "1 .V .V sw .V .V Y .V .V .V .V .V ll .V .V .V .V 23E5E5G1'i:E-'EEZ+E-'EEi'GE5E++Z+3Q'3Q+!D'3S+ZE'Z+?-QE'-Q23 P1 bd Neff W" I it NE! if NFQI wir wiv w,'y ye wgfr wif wiv wir wfr wir VV!! wiv Nfl wfr wiv 5591 w"'Y 'Nfl Wulf 5. BN wiv 3 GQGTQEEEQEEQEEEEENZEQQQEZEQEZQQEZQZ X 1, .J A 'ff' X f , Mx N! 'X'fCA-I-"1 L., ,.,f., ,, ROOM SECRETARIES Top Rau-Gibson, Roby, Smock, Miller, Strcich, French, Robertson. Third Row-Troedson, Halladay, Pritchard, Coen, V'ells, Adler, Van Cott. Srroml Ron'-Moore, Cummings, O'Toole, Pullar, Storrs, Slebos. Bollom Ron'-Lammedee, Hanna, Glass, Thompson, Hunter, I-lartanow ROOM TREASURERS Top Rau'-McMillan, Van Dyke, Sabel, Dean, McDonnell, Haab, Molloy, Fisher, Wlmyte. Svvoml Rou-Longley, Doerr, Cosgrove, Williams, Caine, Hertwig, Sebauer, Grimsley, McKee, dock, Goller. Bollom Rau--Dow, Erickson, Washburn. Stanyer, Bergquist, Davis, Hesselbacher, Dominick, Long Om' Hzmdrfd Tim Mur- ll 'f if 'f if V ll 'f if ,, 4' ,. 'f 'f of ll V E5 ll EEQQGTQGTQQEEGEQEEECZEEKEEIZKQEZSKQQKPQZEZSZ 53Gl'2E2E5E5E2E5GI5G5Eiggggg5gQg,-gggg:55qg951g,gL-q5r-: 'I so wry W 'f 'r wif 'f x9 .wi wfr V' Y F Top R0u+W'.Pierce, Kass, Stanton, Cresap, L. Cummings, Dahlstrom, McBride, A. I-Inward, XVohlfarth. Svrouif Row-Abbott, Halladay, Arneman, XY'hyte, Pritchard, Hagenbuck, Bourman, Keplurt, Roby, 1+r Jockisch. F Boilom Rau'-Stitt, McConnell, Todd. Graver, Huchner. Sawyer, Imholf, Glass. V' TED 53 ll f t I vi-r I f First Senzesfer Club Svvomz' Swizvsfei' BURTON SCHWIND . . . Chairman BURTON SCHNYIXD w-'ir JOHN HANN.i. .,,. Aero Club .. . , IRVIN KASS BETTY ROBY .. . .. . Annual Stat? BETTY ROBY KENNETH .ARNEBiAN. Band . . . XYYILLI.-XM STRIILETON wr VIVIAN ASHIINE . , Botany Club RLXRJORIE PRITCHARD CARROLL XXVOHLPARTH Boys' Glee Club CARROLL XVOHLEARTI-I DICR KEPHART . Civic Committee , , ROBERT STANTON 'ff WVILLIANI WYATSON Chess and Clmkf ub BURTON DRHLSTRORI GERALD FITZGERALD . Cofnmercial Club ANN BOORRIAN BETTY GOUR , Dancing Club HENRlETT.i H.aLL.1.D.n' Ji' w'ILLI.KLi PIERCE . Dramatic Club XVILLIMI PIERCP. GEORGE GRCSSCUP. . Emblem Club .. .,...,.. DICK KEPHART BERNICE GLASS, Empehi News BERNICE GLASS lf XVIRGINIA WVAKELY , Equestrian Club XVIRGINIA STITT LOUISE PELASTERER French Club . XYIYIAN ASHLINE Q ELOISE ABBOTT Girl Reserves ELOISE ABBOTT 1, FLORENCE WHx'TE Girls' Glee Club FLORENCE XYVHYTE BILL MCBRIDE ,,..,. Hi-Y BILL RlCBRIDl: V, JACR ALLEN ., Latin Club JANXES NICCONNELL LUCILLI2 SMOCR Literary Club .. LUCILLE JOCRISCH JAMES CALDWELL , Officers' Club . KENNETH ARNERIAN W., ELIZABETH RIDDLE. . . Orchestra , , . RUTH S.urx'ER f AUSTIN HOW'.ARD. . Pep Committee, AUSTIN l'lOXl'ARD RAURIEL MCCLURE , Quilpen ,. ,, RlURIEI. BlCCLL'RE H. BETH GRISXi'OLD Quill and Scroll , BETH GRISW'OLD f JOSEPH NABERN, Radio Club ,. LEONARD CUNiMINGS GORDON STOW ,,...I R. O. T. C. ,. KENNETH ARNEMAN ,+, JUNE HUEI-INER ,,.,,,, .,,Social Committee ........ JUNE HUEHNER f FLORENCE JOHNSON .,,, .MSpanish Club , . . , HARRIET HARRISON GORDON Srow ,,,,,.,, ,,,Tau Epsilon , JAMES CRESAP yi BILL HACENBUCK v,., Zoology Club . .,., BILL HAGENBUCK Om' Hmidrm' Three P1 ws' uieE'-EC23QE-'EEf2EGi5E33GIi'?J53ZEZEIDS?iQEI'.5EI'.Q?-L5 I ,V Wi .V V 'r V I "I .V .V .V ,V ,V ,V "I V .V ,V ,V ,V "I ,V ,V ,V ,V .2,3GE3E2G2E25CZ"-5G-'2E2E'2EZ'3QZ5'EE19s3'-9?-ZE1E?-'-ZD?Q3 Nff 'F' I Xi' 4 4 'Pr 4- Y' V 4, i ,ip 1, r sf w"r H' F 4 9 Iii V if 9 Q Q Q 'Pr if Y v ,, 5 Firsi Semcsfrr Second Seuzesfer f , GORDON STOW Prffsidcnf JAMES CRESAP Q EDGAR TOERPER Vice-Prcsidezzf CRYSTAL HAMMAK SALLIE PATTERSON Secretary EDITH BERGSTROIVI 'f' SETH FORNELL Trenszzrer WILLIAM CARHART Y' yvf - '4- 3 MORGAN PARK,S Honor Society, Tau Epsilon, was organized in March, 1925, W' V, for the purpose -of promoting the best in scholarship, athletics, and execu- ,.,. tive ability. Starting with fifty-four charter members, the numbers have F ,., steadily increased until there are now approximately two hundred. A ,.,. 7 The outstanding event in the club's activities in the past year was the F 4- Spring Hop, an informal dance held at the 102nd Street Field House. The V- proceeds were given to the Scholarship Fund. + On November 21, Tau Epsilon sponsored a home talent assembly, featuring + an amusing school room scene of the early 1900's. This play was again pre- wi sented in "En1peloi 011 PlI1'lldC',,, under the title of "School Daze." At the birth- Y- day assembly on March 6th, Mr. Charles Stein, of Lyon and Healy, gave a 6 Y-f very interesting entertainment with a new musical instrument called the if Theremin. + Miss Mackin has been untiring in her efforts to assist us, and We wish to if express sincere appreciation for her enthusiastic and helpful cooperation. +I 9 Y, Y Om' H1llldl'L'tfF01lP' Ef'1Ef:E2E'2E2Q2+GT2E5EZ5Ei'3ZEZE-'-QE'-ZE3ZE,'.5?,15E'.Z23 iff wir ,.,., i me me P f 4 I x41 if ,Y if' wir if' wir wiv Y. ,+, l , ' i W' r 'Y 7 " ' ' " " VY iff ',, TAU EPSILON SENIORS K ,-Q, Top Rau'-Anderson, Hagenbuclt, Blackford, Bliss, Gehrer, Davis, Haskins, Knight, Xlfilson, Gunner N., ' Cresap, Caldwell, Longley, Allen, Smith, Conner. f Tbinf Rou'-Griswold, Erickson, Oliver, McAllister, Reeman, Coleman, Smock, Gravcr, Grimes, Gneiss, HV Lammedee, Hall, Vfhyte, Beeze, Bishton, Todd, Grossman. ww B S0l'0l1LiR01LmB0gg, Pierce, Morris, Christensen, Kock, Schulte, Cenheld, Stephens, XY'right, Harrison, john- f son, Gemmer, Mills, Bergstrom, Imhoff, Cox, Patterson. W"Y Bolfom Row-Abbott, Bogg, Pence, jockish, Loseff, Baum, Dieffenbach, Borrmann, Palmer, George, H., F Eldridge, Halladay, Goller. lf' wir ' V A l mfr - ,ff "f 1 '32 wir l ,+, , s 1"r H 1 ,Q-, f i F 'ff wif 'Y sir wir - - ,4-, 4 , i c F N' -. -.J...t.tf s + s-"w N--'ff'-MIS ,ir TAU EPSll.ON ,IUNlORS 'ff Top Rou'-Aosltad, Beardsley, Bethlte, Van Etten, Schenk, Donnelly, Cummings, Verduin, Carhart, Vin ,4-, Beelt, Gray, Wienold, Tyler, Brewster, Haythorne. ' Third Ron'-Moore, Gaston, Ehringer, Black, Nlfulling, Liebenthal, Pritchard, Davis, Bruhlman, johnson. 'I' Adler, Landis, Jerstrom. WW Svromf Ron'-Riddle, Copelin, Hatfield, Cheney, Hcmmens, Boblitt, Troedson, Potts, Anderson, Danalik, F Rankaitis, l-lammar, Hanna. lf Bolton: Rau'--Stump, Maclirattney, Qunst, Herzog, Pfeiffer, Larson, Upp, Schroder, Nelson, Swift, Scitz, 'ff Bennis, Sawyer, Kimmel. lf w"r Om' 11lHltl,l'z'L1Fli'Z'E' F ' ll VH Y , , 4. 4- I if 9 iff , if' wi' ,ay Ng' i 50 'J if-r "' if iff N wg 4- , 9 Yrf -pu - - W' 5 v I , , F we vv- F F1-AU EPSILON SOPHOMORES F T011 Ron'-Fisher, Gassler, Bergquisr, Cheatle, Alt, Gardner, Naber, Dibos, Van Valkenburgh, Black. lf' Third' Ron'-Born, Porter, Heagstedt, Cummings, Hochfeldt, Burke, Eichrnan, Tatge, Stow, Long, Shark, 'P Srrrlrnl Ron'-Renebier, Clithero, Allison, jones, Pence, Sprinzer, Nichols, Orlowski, Slebos. Boflom Reza'-Tattershall, Dow, Launspach, Farrell, Zuegel, Mitchell, Minuth, Lyon, Turpin, Thompson. Q wir Nfl 9 'fi' 'fi if 4' Nfl if Nfl if iff Wi' wir Wi' iff Ni' wi' 4' w-rf i 'Y f W Y M 2 ,Q-, 14' i TAU EPSILON FRESHMEN f T011 R0lLilVl2lCKEl'lZlE, Graettingcr, Abrams, Kaukol, Kissel, Van Dyke, Paddock, Gaulr, Mapp. Q lf' Srrorzd Rau-Hunter, Hayden, Tenjak, Hart, Flanagan, Brown, Doerr, Fiddelke, Klekamp. if Bollnuz Rou'-Rees, Bauman, Reynolds, Blerisis, Miss Mackin, Colburn, Meagher, Housman, Marquardt, Blood. Q. 4- wtf - 8 Om' II1lJll1l'L'LiS1.1' 6 E3 8 J. 3 , A if 93323 4 E' Q ,zfx ein' EQ S 1 S 6, ii Ei Zi H "1 'i' ' 'fa' 9 S es ,Y is is 9 ,gi V S S C222 E3 I-'E 9 6 55 8 5 S is S ,Qf Om' H1nzd1'm'Scz'rn S EiE5CZ'2E2E5E5C2EEE'3EzE-'ZDEIQESEQEQZZJ BERNICE M. GLASS MARGARET M. STURGEON Erfifor-in-Chief Fuczzlfy Adviser The Clfmpebi jaetns 3 TUDENTS at Morgan Park have come to expect the Weekly edition of the Empehi News as a part of school, like report cards, containing the same amount of good or bad news, according to their separate tastes. In the eleventh National All-American Newspaper Critical Service con-- ducted by the National Scholastic press, the Empehi News was entered for the first time in the section for high schools with a registration of sixteen hundred or more, and although it was announced that the judges seem to have been more critical this year, our newspaper was awarded all American rating, the highest obtainable. Distinguished rating in the Illinois State Press Association was awarded the Empehi News at the State Convention in November. Bernice Glass, the edi- tor, was sent to the University of Illinois to represent the staff at this convention. Much of the success attained by the staff this year has been due to the direc- tion of Bernice Glass, editor-in-chief. Bernice has succeeded in maintaining an atmosphere of geniality on the staff, and it may be said that she seldom needed to assert her authority. Her graduation in June will deprive the Empehi News staff of an able leader and an excellent journalist. The other members of the staff who are graduating in june are Beth Gris- wold, Warren West, Janet Crosby, Helen Arnold, and Dale McDowell. Beth Griswold was editor of the editorial page entered in the National Scholastic Press Critical Service of which the judge of the Empehi News commented, "A very attractive editorial page." Warren West has been editor of the sports page for the last year, and Janet Crosby has fulfilled the positions of society, associate, and desk editors. Helen Arnoldis book reviews and feature stories have been OHL' H1111rf1'1'd Eight H 'f I3 if ,,. 'f Ei fi ll Ei 'f 'f 3 'f If I 3 5 ME5E'Q-'5E5Ei+E5E5G'-5Ei'3Z+3Q?-Q'3E'3l9+33ElQ+'S-'ZDE-"!DS3 ,V .V "Y .V ,V .V SI F ,.,, ,V V V ,V ,V .,. .V .V .V .V 'r V ll .V 'r ,1 wfar 0 ,,,,,, 7 .7 - - Top Rou-Turner, Mclntyre, Odell, H. Hagenbuck, Schenk, Richardson, Carliart, Ellerd, Haab, Soellner, XY'ilz, Bethke, Hill, McConnell. Sevornf Rau--Camit, McBratney, Losctf, Quast, Reuss, Manke, Babel, Hagge, Liebenthal, Pritchard, Hat- leld, Geist, Aoskad. Bolton: Rou'-Scott, Laliomy, Long. Rankaitis, Bergstrom, Imhotf, Miss Sturgeon, Glass, Arnold, Vest, McDowell, Cosgrove, Nichols. interesting parts of the newspaper. Success as the journalist who interviewed Igloo, Commander Richard E. Byrd's dog, has been awarded Dale McDowell. This story received special praise in recent contests. During the year, the paper attempted to interest its readers by adding special feature columns. The Hrst semester Muriel McClure, under the myster- ious name of Sid Eris, conducted a series of articles pertaining to horoscope readings. In the second semester, she quite versatilely came down from the stars to the bare figures and numerology. The Hour Glass, intended to comment on current events of school happenings, was introduced by Bernice Glass. A series of sports cuts were interspersed in the column of Athletic Comment by Warren West. In October a six-page edition was published which contained Halloween features contributed by the English classes. The feature supplement was super- intended by Jean Hatheld. To the guidance of Miss Margaret Sturgeon, who supervised work on the editorial staff, is due much of the success of the paper. XVithout her encourage- ment and advice the staff could have done nothing. Miss Helena Callis has supervised the copy in the second semester. Dur- ing the first semester, Mr. John Specht had charge of the business staff, but due to illness he has not been able to do this work during the last semester. Om' I-I1llldI'fl1',X'fI1!.' 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M X L-A Q Q R EC2B3Q-'2Qf4E5E'-5E23G'-5EEiN3I5E,'.'QE3QiE-'3EZE'-Z3?-ZE3 W li 'f ,., ,., 'f ,. ,V .V if ,, ,V .V V, ,V V, .V 'W ,V ,V V, W Firxf SUrm'xlt'r Bernice Glass Muriel McClure Beth Griswold Edith Bergstrom mpehi sins btaff STAFF Editor-in-Cbief Assoriale Erfilorx Desk Ediiorvz Elizabeth Musser, janet Crosby, Philip Crane, Quast, jack O'Dell, Barbara Imhoff W'arren West Jean Hatfield Virginia Voris Anne Rankaitis Lillian Reuss Eunice Loseff Harvey Ellerd XVilliam Carhart Muriel McClure, Edith Bergstrom. Asxignmrllt Eililors Sporis Eflifors Lilrrary Eilifors Soririy Personals Feahzrvx Proof E,x'r'fJuI1gr' Marjorie Camit, Wil Second Scmesler Bernice Glass Barbara Imhoff Dale McDowell Eunice Loseff liam Geist, Helene Dorothy Gardner Warren West Herman Wilz Helen Arnold Marjorie Camit Anne Rankaitis jean Hatfield Dorotlhy Manke Ruth Vanderburg Ruth La Komy Reporters: Robert Aoskad, Janet Crosby, Harvey Ellerd, Virginia Voris, james McConnell, Anne Rankaitis, Helene Quast, Dorothy Gardner, Herman Wilz, Betty Hanna, Patricia Babel, Robert Aoskad, Gertrude Blanchard, Robert Bethke, Forbes Giles, ,Marjorie Pritchard, Margaret Liebenthal. Miiss Margaret Sturgeon 15rl.'fUl'fiIl rlilzmr Miss Margaret Sturgeon Edwin Stoehr john Wyant Robert W'hite Thomas Gadsden Norman Rathje Rose Mattes Norbert Schenk Harry Hagenbuck james McConnell Ivan Porter Buxillrvx SMH Bminrxs Manager A1l1'r'l'liiinAq SAIIFXIIIUII Bn11kk1'i'11w' Cilfnluiiorz Bfltllldgfl' Ari Plmlogrujvlay Miss Helena Callis Lawrence Turner Slherwood Hill Ellen Smith Clyde Soellner Norbert Schenk Harry Hagenbuck james McConnell Ivan Porter Typixfs: Stella Shark, Lillian Wfoida, Charlotte Stenger, june McGary, Bonnie Schulte, Dorothy Da- vidson, june McGary, Caroline Nichols, Marian McBratney, La Verne Hagge, Colette Long, Norva Cos- grove. Mr john Specht Buiiucsx Ailriier Mr. John Specht One Hzmdred Ten 3 'f wifi V Nr! 'f' if wir! up f iff iff wi' W 'f W 'f 3 F Z2G'2GT2GIQGI2E5Q-'5E5GI'2GlQEZZLT?!ZJs1ZD3?iEE3E3?-l5E3 4- + Y? ' 1 Y' -f' , ,, 'ir uf-r if ,fr 4 vw- Y 'T l vfr v , g nf ,, , f - as 'FW T011 Rau'-Gardner, Hanna, Wilz, Ellerd, West, Todd, Caldwell, Crane, Hatfield, Manke, Musser. lf' Srmrzd Row-Camit, Hayn, McConnell, Quast, Griswold, Byers, Reid, McDowell, Swann, Glass. iff Botlom Rau-Loseif, Voris, Rankaitis, Reuss, Bergstrom, Imhoff, Crosby, Arnold, Miss Sturgeon, Y" 'fm' ,A emu ann btrull .fl Qi First Smzzcsfm' SUFOIHII Scuzcxfrr 'f ' BETH GRISWOLD Prcsidzvzt BARBARA IMHOFF 'rf BERNICE GLAss Vive-Prcsidmz' LILLIAN Reuss 4 HARRIET HARRISON SC'L'I'6'ffll'jl JANET CROSBY " LUCILLE SMOCK Trvuszzrvr EDITH BERGsTRoM if wi., ,,,. RIGINATED but four semesters ago, Quill and Scroll, national honorary society W' K' for high school journalists, has this semester revealed the literary talent of f Y., many students of. Empehi. . . W' Many contributions were entered in the literary contests sponsored by f W, various magazines and by the main chapter of Quill and Scroll. Contests were in 5 held in numerous branches of literary work. Contributions from Morgan Park F W were submitted to the short story, poetry, book review, magazine review, news 'M K story, feature, interview, sports story, and column contests. F ,+ The members of Quill and Scroll who were members of the Empehi News W4 Staff edited a newspaper the last week of the first semester. It was called Y wf "Scribblers' Scroll." W, F Fifteen students were taken into the society at the staff banquet last June. n wi- In February, fifteen more students were initiated. To become a member of ,,., Quill and Scroll, a student must be at least of junior standing and in the upper is up-ff third of his class, he must have done superior work in some phase of creative ,.., writing, and have been recommended by the adviser. K 1' yQr S Om' H1n1drcdE1u1'cH g+3G'-'2C2eI'4Gl'5Ga"-3EZ325E5E'-3EifEEZP,Zf3Z3?-3E,'3E3?.Z23 wi' W 4 in i A wi. 53 i 9 Y, Y N9 Q l wi' . 1,4 Tlop Row-Griswold, Hzlgenbuck, Umhofer, Davisson, Liljn, Graver, fi 'fi' Tbinl Rau'-Glass, Jacobson, Coleman, Morris, Lebrink, Troughton. Nr Second Rau'-Herzog, Hatter, Meredith, Stanyer, Spitler. vp Boliom Ron'-Miss Bauman, Schenk, Hatfield, Imhotf, Miss Condit. xqlr 1' , y+ 6291111 en f W' p 17' , MURIEL MCCLURE Prvsidwzf ' W, JEAN HATFIELD Vice-Prvsidczzt Q BARBARA IMHOFF Secretary Q NORBERT SCHENK Bzzxiuvss Manager V ll rl 4- RUE to a change in policy the entire first semester was spent in reorganizing X, H Quilpen. Miss Condit and Miss Bauman became faculty advisers of the f ,+ club at this time. The usual semi-annual contest was dropped and membership , f by application was substituted. Members concentrated all their efforts upon H vw- publishing the "Quilpen," a magazine containing stories and poems by members ,.,. t and by applicants for membership. J -+ The cover contest was responsible for the new Quilpen cover. The whole - F magazine carried a freshness and variety which interested the student body. H 4 A new feature this year was the Letters from Foreign Lands, written to Morgan 4- Park students by correspondents in China, Australia, India, Barbados Islands, if and the Philippines. Y-r Quilpen presented one school assembly. A one-act play entitled "Financial S if Difficulties" was the chief feature of the Assembly. Those taking part in the wtf play were: Barbara Imhoff, Grace Graver, Gladys Stanyer, Muriel McClure, S V Eleanor Ramer, Betty Pence, Eileen Meredith, Eleanor Herzog, and Eugene V Grossman. 5 'V' 4- Um' Iliuidrvd Ttvvlfu' 23E5Ei'Q-'23EZ'E5E3E'G-'5Ei'Z5'EEIZD?-E5'QEQQQP,i?.'J?-Q23 mfr 'ff ,fr si-r 4' uf! Y' T' iff li If uf Wi' if ff' ylr uf l I 4. l y+ wir if . 15' 'V Top Ron'-V. Baker, R. Haas, Coen, Robertson, Stump, Bossi, Arnold, Carhart, Besse. G. Miller, Mortenson, If Copelin. Fifib Rou'-Monroe, Cecka, Hobson, Foster, Erickson, Wiley, Pritchard, Caine, Warren, Overstreet, Gaston, Y' Moore, Bills. 'F' Fourth Rou+Baum, Drueck, Schuessler, Bennett, Voris, Arnold, Hammar, Adler, johnson, Bergstrom. Korten, Gault, Riddle. W' Third Row-Quast, Swett, Porter, Woods, Poss, Bartee, George, Roginson, Loseff, Morison, Coleman. 'f Gardner. Second Roux-Palmer, Williams, Goldsmith, Stitt, Smoclc, Mrs. Hibbard, jockisch, Berlin, Austin, Behn, 'F' Knight, Griswold. Y' Boflom Rau'-Brewster, Geist, Geib, Porter. Bishton, Longley, Gannott. 4 W4' + literary Iuh -f Firsf Sevzrshfr Second Svnzesfw V LUCILLE SMOCK President LUCILLE JOCKISCH wi di LUCILLE JOCKISCH Vice-President BENNETT AUSTIN Q JEANETTE BERLIN Srvrefury-Treaszwer VIRGINIA STITT W, F 4 HE Literary Club restricts its membership to Junior and Senior students. If The club was organized two years ago for the purpose of promoting a greater is interest in and appreciation of authors and of various types of literature. 'f A' During the past year the club has been well represented in the various Q activities of the school, and has had some very interesting meetings. On Decem- W ber 16, the club sponsored the movie, "Hot News," and the proceeds were given ,, f to the school Charity Fund. Y 1' In March several members and their guests went to see a well-known play, Y' "Three Little Girls." After the play the club was entertained at the home of WF' Mrs. Hibbard, the new faculty adviser. The club is looking forward to another 'f' successful year under Mrs. Hibbard's leadership. Q 9 . 'P Om' I11U1d7'L'd TlII1'frm F1 if 11-A ' P1 ...az-'.fcza+m2m: '4cz:5+?.m+:'.er:i::en+ E'-3 CZEZ,,. E3GI5E'-3E2EI3E5E5E5E5E'-?E3E3E!Z5TZDB3Z.."!DE'-ZE-'ZQQEE i' 9 if Ng VY Er if -r Q Ulibe Zlnnual Staff + Y 'ml-IE new headquarters for the Annual Staff, Room HSM, have been the Y scene of varied activity during the past semester. if For a while, much of this activity centered around Jessica Gault and Ruth if i X, Coleman who had assumed responsibility for the individual pictures-a new V, f feature in the 1931 yearbook. Ruth Palmer, Florence Whyte, and Ruth Cole- f ,M man were engaged in securing the Seniors, activity histories and in characteriz- W, f ing each senior in one brief sentence. F Yi' Doris Swann and Hope Brown did excellent team-work in obtaining im- 'f QS, portant data from clubs and in planning a schedule for the taking of pictures. 6' 'V' Harriet Mason acted as corresponding secretary and executed important matters 'E' of clerical routine. Howard Meyers and Winthrop Warren planned the humor ' " section. 'i W, At the same time our typists, Ruth Colman, Elizabeth Reid, or Ruth ,., l Nelson were constantly employed in giving the final touch to lists, and sched- F ,,., ules, and literary material. Their work eventually passed through the hands ,-.-, ' of Lucille Smock who acted as proof-reader. F 'f It would be impossible to name all the people who helped to make this Q ig year-book possible. Cthers that deserve special mention are: Bob Longley, who 'Q' was invaluable, especially in matters involving an intimate knowledge of the lf' administration of our schoolg Dolores and Harriet Lagerstrom, Betty Spangler, 'fi' and Ruth Palmer who managed the candy sales and plans for movies, Godin Gadsden, Subscription Manager, Franklin Reed, the Business Manager, and L Q James Cresap, the Advertising Manager. W, Whatever success the Annual has attained is due to the untiring efforts of Y- , Betty Roby, the editor-in-chief, the enthusiastic cooperation of the Art and 6' w Annual Staffs, and the skillful guidance and inspiring zeal of our adviser, Miss if F Elsie R. Larson. Q T 3 lg' ,+, 4V t Om' Hzrndrm' FUIIITCFII Y 826333-'eE33Gi'?iQKEEQEZPl95'5?-15355523 19 F s N of 'r 'f V of 'f 'f NFA' I wi' r sp, 'f 'f V 'f 'f uf f if I wi? I uf r ANNUAL STAFF Top Ron'-VV. Pierce, Longley, Vfarren, Gadsden, Meyers, Ordas. Serorm' Rau'-McClure, Smock, Wliley, Arnold, O'Meara, W'l'1yte, Swann, Brown. Boffom Row-Reicl, Coleman, Cresap, Miss Larson, Roby, Reed, Gault, Palmer. ANNUAL BUSINESS ORGANIZATION Top Rau'-Moorman, Gassler, Allen, Standle, Haiglw, Schulz, Rodgers. Third Rou'-Roser, jones, Ray, Lucas, Tompkins, Peterson, Lane. Setomf Rau'-Meagher, Sweeney, Santier, Reinhold, Brewster, Parrett, Judd, Bradshaw, First Row-Paddock, Christensen, Thomas, Scott, Stanley, Abbott, Cullom. Om' H1IlZlfl'L'd Fiffrvn V, "1 'f 'f 'r 'f 'f V, of V, V, V, V, "1 of V, V, V, V, V, V, V, V, .,., F V, ,., 'f .V if ,., li ,. 'f tv V, .V 'f .,. ,V 'f Il 'r ,. Q i 1 v I 5 i I 1 sl . Ni . ,f. - V A .-wc' -' 1 T017 Ron'-McConnell, Ross, Eliringer, Pyne, Cheatle, Forsell, Schultz, W. Warren. Sefmnl Roux-McAllister, W'a'llich, Bennis, Blackmer, Warner, Spangler, Dickinson. Boilnm Ron'-Baker, H. Lagerstrom, XViley, Mrs. Sheehy, Roby, M. O'Conn0r. 2115132 Qnnual Qrt Staff HE Art Staff decided to refer to Shakespeare as the source of their theme for the 1931 Annual when they learned that the Annual was to be dedi- cated to Miss E. Ellen Fuhrman. As a result, various scenes and important incidents from Shakespeare's plays have been selected and portrayed in the book. The spirit of the Shakes- pearean period, it was felt, could best be brought out in wood-cuts and old English print. Therefore, the illustrative and literary material have been pre- sented through the media mentioned. Among the wood-cuts are scenes from the "Merchant of Venice," "Macbeth," "The Tempestf, "Romeo and Juliet," and "Julius Caesarf, The following list indicates the special contributions of individual members: The Greenwood Tree Margaret O'Connor Ariel's Song-"The Tempest" . .,.. .Lois Wiley Lady Macbeth . , , . . . Viola Blnckmer Portia ., ,... ..... ,.., B e tty Spangler Julius Caesar . ., ....,... Betty Roby W'itches' Scene-"Macbeth" . ., Harriet Lagerstrom The Door . ., Dolores Lagerstrom and Jane Dickinson Panels , , Mary Jane McAllister and Evelyn Wallich Scrolls . , Evelyn XWallich and Lloyd Forsell Lettering Esther Cheatle, Helen W'arner, William Schultz XVho's XVho , , . . , . ,..... Lois Wiley Cartoons XY'inthrop W'arren, Kenneth Ross One IInm1'1'rd,S'i,rlCv11 'f .,, ,. li li 's 'f 'f 'f if 'f 'f WF' 'r F va . . - C 5,1 392525252125EI3E23E23E2,++:'-1g1?-'5Q'Z+S5'-!QE,'.'Zg.'Qf.'.'Qf,.,, 1 Y f Fl if ' ii' Nfl ii, E VPI V uv, ' S iff vfqr w"'r gr F , S wir J if-if l . 3 Wi' milf Vi ' i :pr ,+, Top R0u+Gardner, Crane, Schulz, Kline, Allen, Butler, Lucius, Bailey, Gray, Tyler. ,..., F Third Roeu'-Johnson, Reddick, Reid. Davis, Mortenson, Eichman, Stow, B. Pence, Hayn, Murdoch, Boblitt. Serond Rau'-Launspach, Graver, Longley, Wilson, J. Pence, E. jones, Case, Crane, Morrison, Loseff, 6 ww Daniel, M. Swift, Camit, Overstreet. ,+, , Bollom Rou'-Donnelly, Meredith, Blount, Haythorne, Miss French, Miss Petty, Atwell, McConnell, Henry, F Morris, Grimes. wfr sfr 'V The latin Qiluh V' ,4-, First Senzcxfvr Svromf Sl'llll'Xft'l' ,Q R JACK ALLEN Consul JAMES MCCONNELL Y Q DOROTHY GRIMES Consul ROBERT HAX'THORNE Q Y f . . f GEORGE DONNELLY Lzlzrarms DOROTHY GRIMES if ' MURIEL MCCLURE Qzzarslor VIRGINIA MORRIS If' VIRGINIA MORRIS Amfilrs GEORGE DONNELLY 'ff ROBERT HAYTHORNE, RICHARD HENRX' RICHARD HENRX', BETsx' BLOUNT wir wir HE purpose of the Sodalitas Latina, or the Latin Club, is to promote an 'f' interest among the students in Roman literature and customs. 'f' The oificers are chosen after the ancient Roman fashion. There are 'fi' two consuls, or presidents. The one who receives the most votes represents the 'f' club on the Board of Control. The secretary is called "Librarius,,' the treas- Q urer, "Quaestor," and there are three "Aediles," who make up the program 'Y committee. if wir The Latin Club has accomplished three outstanding things during the past V, year. During the first semester, an assembly was given, the main feature of ,., which was a play "X 2 O." In the course of the last semester, fifty dollars F if-f raised by individual contributions of a dollar from each member was contributed .ff to the Scholarship Fund. The Club held its first annual banquet in April. if wiv Our fIlll1dVl'd Svzrnifcm if Qw- 9 'SV 1 ,4- il 1 uf, , Y , ei ,. ,, S ,, , 'f 'f if , E if illibnz Spanish Qllluh 1 'f GHE purpose of "El Circulon is to promote interest in the Spanish language. niv- The members attend Spanish talking pictures and speak only Spanish at the sl 'f regular meetings. V W, An annual event in the life of the club is the "Fiesta," held this year at La Q f Casa De Loma, where the guests were entertained with Spanish music, games, 'S' and dances. A' 4 A feature of importance during the year was the presentation of a Spanish wi- play, "The Children of Granada," before an assembly. The performance Was Y repeated in Euzpcfbi on Parade. .5 'f On April 13, the club introduced a new way of earning money-a dough- 4- nut sale. Due to this and to other successful enterprises, the Spanish Club has 'f been able to present a gift to the Scholarship Fund. .4- wf , One Hundred Eighteen V 23E5E5G-'5GI5Ei3E5E5E-5E55'-'D?-Z5'Q?'.535'Z?.'.ZJ5'.5EI52Z .V .V . .V 'f 'f 'f -f 'r ,V ,V .V .V .V ,V V .V .V 'f .V 'f ,V .V Y SPANISH CLUB Top Row-Knight, Wibly, Meiscl, Morgan, Farrell, Carhart, Beese. Third Rows-Wright, Oliver, Cord, Schmidt, Davis, Pierce, Black, Kleinmann Second Row-Graver, Gilbert, Kock, Black, Wells, XVarner, Wfiley. Bofiom Row--Johnson, Swann, Goldsmith, Miss Brown, Potts, Huehner. SPANISH CLUB Top Rom'-Walker, Barnhart, Johnson, O'Conner, Bornhausen, Bennis, Henke, A. Velander. Svroml Rou.-Monroe, Glass, Alexander, Roney, Christensen, Kephart, Schulte, Roby, H. Abbott. Bolfom Row-Stanyer, Brown, Anderson, Van Cort, Miss Holland, Troedson, Gardner, Church. Om' Hzmdrcd .'X'ir1rfvv1z .9 F "1 'r 'f 'r 'f .V .V if 'f if 'f .V .V ,V .V .V ,V W ,V .V .V .V 16'1f.wfQ3k11UZf:-2-,wEImQ.i-V65 Xi pv 5 N 7 'H E 'B G fi 9 Q2 :rf 5 15 2 1 S2 2 -il T V -r 4- Q Ir +, 9 ' + ey 4, I Y' is +7 Q Qf 4 if 4, -vr v, ., Zllibe Jfrentb Clllluh First Semesier Second Semesier T LOUISE PFLASTERER President VIVIAN ASHLINE VIVIAN ASHLINE First Vice-President DOROTHY GEMMER H ANNE RANKAITIS Second Vice-Presirlent RUDELL Cox " HENRIETTA HALLADAY Corresponding Secretary BARBARA IMHOFE 4' BETTY ELDRIDGE Recording Secretary HENRIETTA HALLADAY ,, RUDELL Cox Treasurer BENNETT AUSTIN , Chairman of Rose Sale ELLA DUWAINE REED H V' mHE activities within the "Cercle Francais" have been many and varied. if In November, a fascinating and educational "International Evening" was " spent touring our city. Dramatic ability was discovered when the club presented if a "Punch and Judy" show, and the Christmas assembly, a romantic comedy, 6 " "Gringoire." V A continental atmosphere prevailed when the club held its fourth annual 3 ' banquet at the Restaurant Jacques during the later part of January. The V' second presentation of achievement pins was made at that time. This year " the Mardi Gras Bal Masque was opened to the entire school. As a contribu- tion to "EmjJebi 011 Parade," French Club presented "Rosalie" V' The activity upon which the Club looks with most satisfaction is the V' regular bi-Weekly meetings, based on a connected theme and conducted en- di Y' tirely in French. The French Club looks for further achievement under the V S guidance of "our" enthusiastic faculty adviser, Mlle. Marie Bellinghausen, S' 'rr 4. and through the inspiration of the Spirit Cup. 'V' -r Om' Hundrrd Tfumzty 23Gl5C2!5E2E33Gi'E5GZ+E5EZ'+ZEE,'Q+ ZEZES'-'bfkbii I N I I I I I I I I 1 I 1 I I I I : I I I I I 2.2 'fl3E5EE3E2EE3Glf.'3E5Q1i++I1QE'-ZE'-ZE,'ZE'.S?,LEEZ.'QE.'.'5 A c Yi' A 4 9 li S 1 Y" i r E . i V Top Rou-Lidster, Thiele, Bowlin, Korten, Beese, Mansfield, Kirchhoff, Tatge, Haas. Hatield, XVilcy, Austin, Patterson, Bliss. Fiffb Rau'-Brewster, Dickson, Lammedee, Engstrom, Arnold, Manke, Musser, Pritchard, Kahn, Gannott, 4-f Wfakeley, Pierce. Fozlrfls Row-Sawyer, Katzurek, W'illiams, Deschenes, Liebenthal, Moffat, Allshouse, Dormeyer, Ilg, Eldridge, Gour, Byers. ,qt Third Rou-Monroe, Lagerstrom, Rankaitis, Bergstrom, Bruhlman, Bogg, Hayn, Thomas, Hanna, Gentle, Kimmel, Swift, Larson. Second Rau-Bishton, McAllister, Imhoff, Halladay, Reed, Ashline, Miss Bellinghausen, Gemmer, Cox, v Kallgren, Daniel. Y Boliom Rou'-Berger, Bartee, Pence, H. Begg. Carver, Fredrickson, Seitz, W'oods, Crosby, Grosscup. 4 'f HE days preceding April 17th of this year were not days of mystery as were "" those of last year-for that day was the Second Annual Rose Day of the French Club. 4 Nine thousand roses were bought at a reasonable price and were sold by , the members and friends of the French Club. A miniature tag day effect was is produced, for students of Empehi were stationed at our school, the many gram- Y mar schools in the vicinity, and at the railroad stations, to sell their "Wares" dl The Club has been able to make substantial gifts to the school because of ' this sale. In 1930 the entire proceeds Were given toward the improvement of our Athletic Field. This year the Club made a gift of the profits to the school 'H for the Scholarship Fund. + Through the diligent efforts of the members and outside supporters, French H Club has attempted to make this undertaking Worthwhile for Empehi. S5 Om' Hundred Tzrfrity-Orzf 5'-'EES' 'f 'f .V 'f if 'f V, ,V 'r if 'f if 'f 'r ,V V, 'f V, ,V 'f 'f 232526225 +E5:G-'5Ei'3EE-'E+3'-E!9E'-'-?-5+3I9+,'f-5g2!D'?-"2E'-QE3 5,1 . . , we . , , . , ln' H V' H 4- + wir 4- 3,91 yi? Yr! QV Nfl if Wi' nf' 4- l -9 Nfl I uf' wi-I i K if .X ' ill' uf VN Top Rou'-Heagstedt, Kay, Pierce, Cenlield, Chester, Hammar, Upp, Smith, Miss Monsch. w+ ' Third Rou'-Zeder, Mitchell, Chamberlin, Chochole, Pabst, Hough, Casey, Anderson, Minuth, Born. , Sefomf Rou.-Launspach, Turpin, Hynes, Thatcher, Warren, Pence, Jones, Porter, Zeugel, LoseE. iff Bollom Rau'-Allshouse, Camit, Orlowski, Orwig, Verduin, Fahrenwald, Kfllpps Bennis, Pritchard. sf irq' wiv The Jgutanp Qiluh Y Firsf Senzesier Second Semester wiv VIVIAN ASHLINE President MARJORIE PRITCHARD 1- ' DOROTHY LUEDER Vice-President MARJORIE CAMIT ,M MARJORIE CAMIT Secretary RUTH BENNIS Y, f RUTH BENNIS Treasurer JEANNE ALLSHOUSE f nfl yin- EMBERS of the Botany Club have followed a happy and a varied program 6' V, in the last two semesters. The purpose of the club is "to inspire the V students with a love of nature and an admiration of her beauty." This idea Y, has been interwoven in one way or another in all of our work and play, not W only in our indoor study but also in our outdoor trips. l lf' A "pot luckv supper was held at Palos Park for the fall initiation. A 'fi flower show was held under the auspices of the Botany Club in May. At x+ .... . Q I' the April meeting, Miss Marion Wood of the Field Museum presented her Q lecture, "Chicago Trees." Trips were taken to the Sand Dunes, to Morton's w r . yr f Arboretum and to two Flower Shows, one at the Merchandise Mart and the f + other at Garfield Park Conservatory. 4. Y Y F . . . . During the absence of Miss Monsch, Miss Bell acted as faculty adviser. it -ff Miss Monsch returned in February from her sabbatical leave to resume her wg' former position and to take charge of the Botany Club. if' 'f Um' Hundred T-zvelzly-Tim P1 ws' QsCL4C2I6E3cz:2e.'2C2rQc222c2'.:5c2'iimEzE::2n?.:iD?..'iDEzzia-953611923 r V r r r 'r 'f .V V V .V .V r V r .V .V , r 'f .V 'f r WHY Top Row-Stanton, Dowing, Roderman, Umhofer, Ellerd, Pierce, Kamerer, Lamm, Fisk, Babel, Gardner, Young. Sixth Row-Froemke, Bates, Brumerstedt, Hilke, Perry, Schenk, Richardson, W'hitford, Kelly, Tupes, Carhart. Fifth Row-Mense, Wyngarden, Foster, Hobson, German, Huehner, Clithero, Longley, Riddle, A. Mense, Davis, Stow, Hemmens. Fourth Row-La Komy, Vanderberg, Spitler, Boblicr, Spangler, Tally, Swett, Pullar, Gamble, Payne, Gardner, Downing, Dow. Third Row-LeBosquet, Copelin, Amory, Hagenbuck, Miss Babcock, Liebenthal, Durfee, Rankaitis, Quast, Baird. ' Serond Row-Chowen, Gifford, Secord, Haythorne, Odell, Anderson, Bethke, Hagenbuck, Johnson, Whyte, Hill, Wells. Bottom Row-Beardsley, Sautier, Brewster, McConnell, Owen, Curran, Aoskad, Pattison. The Zuulugp Qlluh First Semester Second Semester BILL HAGENBUCK President BILL HAGENBUCK ANNE RANKAITIS Vice-President MARGARET LIEBENTHAL HELEN QUAST Second Vice-President RUTH HOBSON ROBERTA DAVIS Recording Secretary ANNE RANKAITIS JEAN DURFEE Corresponding Secretary JEAN DUREEE MARGARET LIEBENTHAL Treasurer GEORGE AMORY HE Zoology Club,s activities during the year have included a held trip to the Dunes, visits to the Aquarium and the Planetarium, and attendance at the International Live Stock Show. The club sponsored two unusual projects at our school-a Pet Show, and an Inter-club Poster Contest. Among the programs provided by the club have been three lectures. Mr. Pearsall of the Field Museum talked on "Insects and Reptilesv and "Mammals of the Chicago Regionf' Mr. Wallace Worthley of the Chicago Academy of Science lectured on "Back-yard Adventures with Animals." One Hundred Twenty-Tlzree E262 Q'-'IEEEZQ'-ii?-'Q i"i'.D r l l F war 9 wt r NEW , , V V V V 'I' V V QS F 22315: 4 'Q-"Q + + ' ' ++ + :Kew E.'if',-ZE.".Z.TE'.LEE2ZE3 K P1 iii H91 F vfr F 4 V' 191 F N41 F 191 VN F 4 ver F 1,+l 141 F y+ N91 F ver F 'P Y" N41 F y+ N41 F Y' -r V91 F 1"'r F N41 F 4- Y 9 4 'I 4 4 4 4 4 Pl EEZEiEZEiEZCEIf,E5?-QEZ.'QEC9EZ+3SE',Z9ZE'.I2 l l l V www - - Q Af A Top Row--Bornemann, Streich, Modeen, Hackett, Stankow, Wallace, Evans, Huddleston, Brubaker, John- son, Giles. Second Rau'-Allhouse, Johnson, Bourke, Kramer, Vanderberg, Kinsella, Mclntosh, Blevins, Tuschall, Miller, Aoskacl. Botiom Rau'-Haigh, Baugher, Dowing, Kass, Mr. Hunter, Palermo, Dow, Colburn. The C!Empebi Qetu Qlluh IRVIN KAss President EUGENE PALERMO Vice-Presidmzf XWILLIAM Dow Secretary CLIFFORD DOWNING Business Manager CURTIS HUNTER Flll'IllfJ'Al1l'fS0l' mHE Empehi Aero Club, under the direction of Mr. Hunter, has made marked progress in the building and flying of model aeroplanes. During the past year, the club sponsored a number of model aeroplane contests and conducted trips to airports and factories. When the club was organized, it planned the building of a glider which would aid the members in learning the fundamentals of flying. The cost of building equipment has been Hnanced by ten of the club members individually. The glider is expected to be completed by the end of this semester and good progress is being made with its construction. All the members are keenly in- terested in the ultimate completion of the glider. The club is greatly indebted to their adviser, Mr. Hunter, for his expert instruction and assistance in bringing the glider to completion. One Hundred 'lizrwlfy-Fozif' 21.3 ll 'f V ll 'f .,. 'f ,V 'r if .,. Y ll 9 4 9 S3E2G'-5C'E2Cfe'-2E5E5E'-EEi+EZ'I5EID+ZQEQ+ZSBZ?-Q?-Q?-QE3 E3E2E5E5Ei+EZ+C2'-5E23E5Ew3!Z9ZQ?K5El5B3ElZJE'-ZJEZJE-'ZJZZ 'T x41 'F' W f sf! 'T w-vi VV! ,Q P s 1? F iff wr' uf! Wi' uf! 1? P w"f 4' 4 '1 1? s will if' M ' u iff' gf ,Q T017 Roux-Shamberger, Van Valkenburgh, R. Thatcher, Naber, Lamm, Cresap, Anderson, Smith- Q f Ballon: Rou+Austin, Blackford, Knapp, Telfer, Stoehr, Fahrenwald, Trever, Orlowski, Weed. if I uf wr! V Zllibe Babu: Cdlluh .V yi- First' Sernesler Second Svmmfer V, Joseph Naber President Leonard Cummings 4 N Alfred Weed Vin'-Prvxidvfzt Alfred Weed Q Y- Wallace Blackford St'L'l'6'fL17'j' XVallace Blackford V, Robert White Trmxzmw Russell Thatcher Yr nfl H m HE Empehi Radio Club was reorganized in the fall of 1930. The first W project which the club undertook was the building of a short-wave trans- 6 f mitter and receiver with which communication with outside stations has already lf been established. The club also maintains an exchan e where radio arts can ,, S P f be purchased or traded. if ' W The operators are Leonard Cummings, owner and operator of XV9EPP, and wi Alfred Weed, owner and operator of W9DRU. 9 ver if The general purpose of the club is to give the members the opportunity K to learn more about radio. Its immediate aim is to obtain more o erators, so 'T . . . . P w+r f that the Empehi station, W9GSB, can be in operation throughout the day. F N9 F wir W' aff Um' Hu ndrnl T':c'w1fy-Fit? E3E5Ei+G'J3E'-5G'-'2'E5E5E5Ei'3.Q+3ZEQEQ?SE-'LDEQE3E'-DE3 ? if 'F ,V V V V V V "1 'f ,V V V V V V V V V V W V V V V , .iialt f , T011 Row-Murray, Shanks, Cresap, Sandrok. Fisk, Verduin, Nichols, Arnold, Dowing, Simons, Stankow. Third Rou'-Brewster, W. Smith, Lidster, Gehrer, Dahlstrom, Kelly, Paden, Molloy, Pearson, Richardson, Mense, Pritchard. Second Rauf-Roesch, Geist, Henke, Bliss, Walker, Warren, Klein, Durfree, Hemmens, McConnell, Schauer, johnson, Aoskad. Boffom Rou-Patterson, Blackford, Hockert, Meisel, Beardslev, Smith, Foster, Mr. Gay, Schenk, Gray, Trever. iBbpsit5 lub EVERETT SMITH President RICHARD BEARDSLEY Vice-President ELLEN FOSTER Secretary ROBERT BET1-IKE Treasurer 'HEyPh'ysics Club is an organization of students interested in Physics. In order to increase and develop interest, contacts with practical applications of Physics are established. The members seek to collect demonstrative material and books and pamphlets dealing with interesting phases of the subject. They visit manufacturing plants in and around the city. They bring representatives of industry and noted students of physical science into the school to discuss special phases in Physics. Among the speakers secured was Dr. J. Barton Hoag of the University of Chicago, who discussed and demonstrated the use of liquid air. Another speaker Was a representative of the People's Gas Company who discussed the manufacture and use of gas. Among those cooperating with the club in this work are: The Radio Corporation of America, General Motors, Armour Institute of Technology, and the American Telephone and Telegraph Company. Other programs are planned with members of the club putting on dem- onstrations. Om' Hundred Ttwnly-Si.r ,V 'f 'f V 'f V V V r 'f V V .V V V V wer F ,Q wif y-9 F xff F 19V F E3E'2G-'5C'i'-'-3C'iIf:E3E2E23E2f'i'J3ZiZJEZ-'5E'-IDE'-ZDE3535'-1553512323 if!! Fl I is 9 w + i Y Nfl wiv W? . yu-7 F S if afar Y"' ' - Y - ,ef K p U E x ., .,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,.1,,,.,,,.......,.....M. S lf' Top Row-Gorman, Griswold, Zybert, Jacobson, Naughten, Grethor, Theis, Soellner, Kieffer, Long, Erick- 'fy' son, Marting, Shark. ,F Third Row-Lamm, Landis, Strombeck, Peterson, D. Cummings, D. Moore, Heilscher, G. Nelson, Van Beek, w . vv-f f Pass, Larson. Miller, North, Lorenz, Freeman. f Q Secofnd Row-D. Hall, Stump, Heim, Schronbor, I-lasterol, Herzog, H. Nichols, Roginson, Turner, Thomp- nl' son, Nelson, Slebos, Behn, Hilgendorf. .P f Bottom Row-L. Anderson, Hatter, O'Toole, Stoehr, Boorman, Stump, Wallich, Mills, Mrs. Mills, Geres, lf ' johnson. YYY Y"'f F F ' The ummerual Cdlluh ny 'fi' Firsf Semesler Srtond Sefrzesfm' lf' GERALD FITZGERALD Presidmzf ANN BOORMAN wir BETH GRISWOLD Vice-President KENNETH STUMP ,-, ELSIE ERICKSON Secretary EDWIN STOEHR K in NICHOLAS VAN BEEK Treasurer MARJORIE MILLS W' F SIGNE LARSON Alumni Secretary EVELYN WALLICH K 'fr' m HE Commercial Club performs two important services for the school. It 'fi' manages the Students' Exchange, maintained for the purpose of supplying Q a a Q if ' used books and other materials to the students of the school. It maintains the lf' Q Register through which clerical and stenographic help for teachers and clubs W . . 4 IS provided. l Q' wi- The special features of the club's accomplishments during the past year .ff are these: the gift ofa clarinet to the band, the presentation, at the club's first if assembly program, of the play "Diogenes Looks for a Secretary." wi-f Q Among the social activities engaged in during the year were a theatre party, ' . w+f f a card party, and a trip to the Dunes. Ei V' w"r F F Om' Hzmrfrrd Trcvllfy-Sci'mz P1 fad li Vt' 'il , 2 Q Q y? Ni' wr if uf sq VF fx V . If Q 4 if was nerr 'azymz V W be eser 2 :ters tanning mips F First Srmr-xfer Second Semester F If CADET CAPTAIN CALDWELL President CADET MAJOR ARNEMAN , CADET LIEUTENANT PIERCE Vice-1'rr'sidenl CADET LIEUTENANT BI1EwsTEIx is If CADET CAPTAIN ARNEMAN Srwrvfury-Treaszzrer' CADET CAPTAIN PIERCE ., CADET CAPTAIN HAN NA Sz'rgrm1f-at-Arms CADET LIEUTENANT JONES F Wi' y+ I-ff - R.O.T.C. comprising a membership of 225 students consists of two I THF . ' . 2 -- companies and a band. A seventh of these study military theory five F wi periods weekly, for a major credit. A, W The R.O.T.C. fills an important place in certain matters of school routine. f It furnishes cadet ushers, stage crew, oihce orderlies, fire guards, traffic and Y' W' locker inspectors. i During the year, the R.O.T.C. has engaged in various activities. It con- if sf- ducted a community Hallowe,en partyg presented Armistice Day and Memor- N, ial Day Programsg participated with the American Legion in Memorial Day Y' activitiesg presented a movie and a vaudevilleg held the Sixth Annual Track .,. and Field Meet: participated in the National Rifle Association Shoot. On 'f' February 22, in a competitive drill with other high schools, the R.O.T.C. .,. won a cup presented by the 124th Field Artillery. 4 The outstanding social event of the year conducted by the R.O.T.C. was T Y., the eighth annual Military Ball, held at the Ridge Park Field House. The Cadet Qfhcers' Club held its bi-weekly meetings at the homes of mem- is lf bers. In the second semester the Cadet Non-Commissioned Ofhcers' Club was V organized, with the following ofiicers: President, Cadet Sergeant McConnellg 6' Vice-President, Cadet First Sergeant Alleng Secretary, Cadet Sergeant Gardnerg .P 5 53225 Treasurer, Platoon Sergeant McDonnell. Om' Hzmdrrzf Tfwrliy-Ifiglzf 'EEi'E5Ei+E'ZEZEQEZ+3S?3QEQE',1E.!JgZZEZ I P1 ' ' ' 6 ' - 5, ?.cz:5aazE:fcE2m:+Q4Q:gE2Eiw:mQz.':Q?.':Qngs4.'zDQmP,mQ:z:,. S 'f wi if 4- N, x? P V vo- F ff NT V rf ef 'f ya- , wir 4 V' NF' it wif .+ 6 f vw- coMM1ss1oNED OFFICERS 5 ,+ Top Ron'-Flaws, Ordas, Blackford, Kirchhoif, Stephenson, Rhode, jones, Hagenbuck, Sgt. Parrett. f Second Rau-Thatcher, Umhofer, Conner, Austin, Cresap, Fitzgerald. Stanton, Anderson. 'f' Bottom Rou+Stump, Ellerd, Soellner, Arneman, Spitler, Pierce, Brewster. V rf uf I .1 W, Y' ,fr , IP 'lffx V V' Y- ' + yf F lf uf' wi, if XF, V' xifr uf' xi, -v H, lf : wir ,Q NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS Q Top Ron'-Smith, Dibos, Erickson, Taylor, Stankow, Hesselbacker, Henry, Schermerhorn, Hazelton if I Fourth Row--Luxen, Haigh, W'ecd, Black, Lane, Brewster, Berhke, Hlgenbuck, XVoelfer, Stanton. vv' Third Rou-Treaver, Dahlstrom, Peterson, Brick, Holdworth, Evans, Anderson, Lohman, Aoskad. M., F Svromf Rau-Arnold, Shanks, O'Connor, Bornemann, Gardner, Cragser, Tyler, Palermo, Mclntosh. f Bottom Rau'-Paden, MacLean, Allen, Iliffe, Crane, Bliss, Bailey, Beeby, Anderson, Haythorne. 'f + 6' Om' Hlzlzdrcd Tiuvufy-,Y1'lz0 E3C2f:G-"-EEGT2EZ+C2-'5GfeE23G.'-i+g?.'.EEZ?-3+ gqggggg,-ggggg 3. E Q Q gl 5 if rs is 333:52-a'2QA',5m?62-,:,5m:3Q7EQf:.r3m:-Q 3 33 C3221-53335935 2253333533333 2152333-9, Z I- PU O 3? O 75 5 P4 :R I VX Eg, E1 il Qi kai U :- rw N W M I ii E51 551 H lW,, S356-:3m3GaI2fEQ+sZ+E2CI-IZ+G.'-EE+.gfg9 g3gg ca 4 J - 4 4 A . , A . I f 4- ,-.- F l , ' 6 X 6X x N, .ir .Xia 4, KN Wg ii 'f uf! 'V GAR- 'ih' wir X P'- VPI 'M' lf I X 9 'Q' -ry F 4 i 'F Y my A, 'sql' i i mfr w+r ,+V Ev USHERS AND STAGE CREW f Q Top Rout-Black, Weed, Becby, Borneman, Brewer, O'Connor, Ketcham. 'S ' Tbinl Row-johnson, G. Anderson, Woelfer, O'Meara, A. Johnson, Ehrlcr, Velander. VH I Svvoml R010-Dahlstrom, Baugher, Tenini, Baker, Hgwthorne, Lohman, V. Dahlstrom. Fra '+I Bottom Rau--Meister, Sabel, Luxen, jones, Simmons, Bornemzmn, Gooch. ' 177 K, F w ,f ,Q 5,6 j T"'f 6 , vfr f w'Pf Q ,iq w+r 4. K 'F ' r yi., Wef Eg nfl 'V' VW' 4. fa 'f u+af 9 'f' SERVICE DETAIL 'ff K Top Run'-Slankow, Arnold, Stephenson, Meister, Luxen, Evans. vw, Srfuml Ron-Black, johnson, Moore, Haythornc, Lohman, Ehrler. HV 5 Bollom Rau'-Conner. Cresap, Arneman, Spider, Kirchhoff, Hagenbuck. f '+' 147 ea 9 9 'K ' wir One Hundred Tlzirly EEE!"-QCZFHIEE-'2QE'2E23G1ZEC'4?1f'-2QI'2E'-2?.lQEEEZ?L5fZ3fZ'gEE'.i6EZE'-lQ2E Q3cE.5CE2C2:2Q'2cS2c2'.5C212C2'2c2i'?:ZJ?-:ZJ?-:ZDi3QS'D53535155323 'P ' 'si' ,T Q , H .. 9 Y iff ,ig VP! 9 F t ' Nfl ,F-Q, VP! Q F 'P Ti' wif N' vw., W' -Q- F 1 C v I L v W v Y ' wir V Y? mfr Tr T011 R014-W. Smith, Bailey, Tupes, Repp, Morgan, Shanks, jones, Butler, Mr. Clsen. 'fr S 1'z' Umf Rou'-Trever, Lewis, R. Smith, Pattison, Stitt, Schauer, Cunningham, Turner, Curran. Y., Bolfom Rou-Lehbrink, Davis, Sawyer, Brewster, Dahlstrom, Hammar, Foster, L1 Komy, Scott. 'Q' l The 0111255 anh Qibetker Qlluh S Y First Semcsler Second Sc"Il15'Xfl'7' T' WILLIAM WATSON President BURTON DAHLSTROM 'f BURTON DAHLSTRONI Vice-Presidwzt CRYSTAL HAN1NIAR iff LEVVIS KELLY Serrvlary BILLINGS BREVVSTER w-Y RUTH SAWYER Treasurer RUTH SAXVYER ,Y W' mf-IE Chess and Checker Club was organized to promote interest and skill Q f in chess and checkers, to sponsor a chess and checker team, to teach chess 'p ' W' and checkers to those who do not know how to play. Q F The chess team consisted of Burton Dahlstrom, Roger Smith, William NH' in Watson, Joseph Schauer, Warren Swett, Arthur Trever, Delmar Peterson, Don- Q f ald Black, and Richard Lamm. Despite the fact that it was an inexperienced if 1 W' team, only three of whom had known how to play chess for a considerable time, Q F the chess team finished third in their section. lf ' ,-, SEASON,S RESULTS ,M F Morgan Park . ,6 Lindblom 4 Morgan Park 3 Tilden , ,7 K ,+ Morgan Park , 2 Hyde Park S Morgan Park 6 Fenger 4 U., The checker team consisted of Burton Dahlstrom, Albert Cunningham, 3 Y Jesse Jones, Andrew Holm, and Laurence Turner. This team, though new to ,-, the game, finished second in their section. F 'ff SEASON,S RESULTS ,., Morgan Park , , 11 Lindblom 19 Morgan Park 18 Fenger 12 F sf' Morgan Park , .24 Harrison 6 Morgan Park T .17 Tilden . .13 ,-, W The club is greatly indebted to Mr. Olsen, the faculty adviser, for the help Eg sf he has given to the club. Vs, Um' Hizmfrud Tlzirly-Om' ng Yr Nf ,ip ' Q V Q, T017 Rau-Ball, R. Moorman, Bushnell, Todd, Gunner. Cresap, Conner, Caldwell, Allen, Stanton, G. Knight. ,. v Sffomf Rau'-J. Moorman, Gehrer, Clissold, Hanna, Howard, Tipler, Longley, Carharr, Arneman, Bowlin, lf Van Etten. 4' Bottom Rau'-Pierce, B. Rich, Van Valkenburg, Rathje, F. Recd, McBride, Mr. Beardsley, Kephart, 4 Cvadsden, Pitkin, R.Beardsley. " 4- 'fi fbi: Qfluh Y ? BILL MCBRIDE President Q DICK KEPHART Vim'-Presidmzf , G' GODIN GADSDEN Sccreiary E Y' 4- S mms Hi-Y Club, under the supervision of Mr. Beardsley, has completed a lg if successful year both in athletics and in school activities. V The annual custom of presenting a gold football to the team's most valu- dl lf' able player was followed. Carl Bergquist was the recipient of the honor this year. H wt' Hi-Y was responsible for two interesting assemblies. At the first assembly 3 given on January 9, a humorous sketch was presented. On April 8, at the 4' second assembly, Mr. Clark gave a very inspiring address. 4- W' The purpose of the Hi-Y Club is "to create, maintain, and extend through- F out the school and community high standards of personal character." 'gg' 'V' ' mfr 4 Ni' 4- Om' Ilmm'n'11 Tliirly-Tivo P .3Gz2G,'5Q'.2Gmm5E5Q:+c'a2a:+e:omZDZ2v+:::+3:m+Ieb?:aezDE3 413 'v I,-fr V' W YV VY VY iff iff YY F F' Y'r Y" 'f It' r iff iff wir Yr E2E5G-'5G-'5CE'-5E-5E2G'-5EZ'3ZEE+ZQEZ'3I9Z-'E',?-5+3lD5'Z23 var A byx ..J 'S- wg' RQ ": 'avi -z.. 2. E Q N :-.ZR omg 'H-.r'U' Af: 'Y N035 :Hgh S '-+.""55 bag 'hz-. ees' 's 'sif- 'Hub' Q55 Z E,-ole 253. N72 U' Q 'vb-fe -ma. Wu- QSQF' ,.. ns T236 ... -.Eg '-v."'- '-n.Nh"'-1 se-Q 'E-.HN :TQ O .. 122. UQ zz-.N -HQ uf" '1 -N '.:.7'1C' :vi - .Mx NU bw :WE 'iv-.. givin R.-4 sr. ... 'si "4- QQ bl 'S-'Q Top Ron'-Miss Bell, McAllister, Smock, CIMeara, Miss Manx. Second Rau-Coleman, Stevens, Vfilliams, Longley, F. W'ilson. Bolfom Rau'-Swift, Grosscup, Miss Condit, Abbott, Roby. The Girl Beserhes ELOISE ABBOTT President DORIS GROSSCUP Vin'-Prvsidmzt BETTY ROBY Smvelary BETSY SWIFT Trcasurm' KNOW YOUR CITY is the challenge that has gone out to the Girl Reserves this year. In acceptance of the challenge, five trips have been taken-one to the Planetarium, others to Hull House, the Aquarium, the University of Chicago, and Chinatown. Greater understanding of our community problems has been fostered by projects connected with the Home of Dependent Children at 107th and Pros- pect Avenue. In our own immediate community, the Morgan Park High School, the organization has served the school by giving get-acquainted parties to the fresh- men girls, by organizing the annual Christmas service work of the school, by earning money for furnishings for the social room and for contributions to the scholarship fund. "Lei us fbvrefore pledge 0Ill'St?Il'f'S fo service. Lvl us scz' 0IH'XL'1l'l'S, zrifla all our mi1m's and all our bmrfs, fo fbv pf'rfc'cfi11g mm' bzzilifizzg of fha' City of our dreams. All our lives bmvaffm' go fo sf'rz'c' if." Om' Iflllldr-fd Tlzirty-Tlzrvc F I 9 I' nr F I F I F I br F I 9 I' Tir F I F milf F wi-.1 6 if F 'qi If r Nfl Inf .Q F 4 'v 9 Wt' 7 ,Q 'f Q7 F 'r 'r ca. QQ . 1.5, ,9 u I Q f H' ' . ' - ,' ig x . vi- X A ,A 'J' L' f f te A W I l if fi "iii Q ,an T011 Ron'-V. Baker, Gentleman, Korten, Tcnjak, Lelibrink, Voris, Pexton. i Third Rou'-Warren, Potts, Eldridge, Hammar, Hillman, Dickson, Patterson. Second Row-Adamson, Bushnell, Fredrickson, Ulm, Mickelberry, Berger, Baker. uf Bollom Row-Farrell, Halladay, Miss Kurz, Goller, Keck. "" can ' ati n lf' Fif'ffSPf11vsfer SFFOIIIII Seinvsfm' Q BETTY GOUR Prcsidrnf HENRIETTA HALLADAY Y HENRIETTA HALLADAY Vit?-Pl't'5il1'l'l1f DOROTHY GOLLER NN KATHRYN PEXTON Secretary BETTY FARRELL f RUTH POTTS Trvuszzrer DAWN TATGE Nfl! 6 ml-IE Dancing Club, in which Empehi's lovers of the dance gather, is one of sf the school's most interesting clubs. It is open to all members of the Student Association who pass the tryouts given at the beginning of each semester. The it-f active members meet and dance together two times each week. In October the club presented an assembly to the school. It was based on lf' a new plan, in that the solo and couple dances were not club projects but the projects of the individual members. 1? Y The Dancing Club played an active part in the Student Association's pro- ,,,, duction of "Empehi on Paradef, Many of the assembly numbers were pre- F sented on this occasion. Y" Each spring the Dancing Club unites with the Glee Clubs in presenting an operetta. This year's production, featuring a setting in Persia at the court 'f of the Shah, gave the Club the opportunity of presenting many interesting and varied dances. wir Um' Hmzdrvd Th irly-Fam' K' 'I s-as F T ll T ll Y. if 'f if .V 'f if if V. 'f .fp 'f 'f 'r ll if :2Ef3E+E5.3 Eiigfigii'-Z+ZZi?',,iEE-'Zi-'-'5P.-ima: 4 uf r if 'i' V T v If w srl + W' Vt' 'fn we X59 . iff 4- Top Rau'-Le Bosquet, Schreuder, Caine, Korten, Babel, Monroe, Whyte, Weir, Wulling. Wi' it Second Row-Copelin, Dickson, Swann, Bergstrom, Coleman, Wakely, Brown. Bottom Rout-Frizell, Baum, Manseld, Miss Kurz, Stitt, Riddle, Gault. 4 Wi' ' The Cfquestrian Cliluh V -v 4 Wi' is First Semester Second Semester ., VIRGINIA WAKELY President VIRGINIA STITT w JANE KORTEN Secretary-Treasurer ELEANOR MANSFIELD 1+ aff mme Equestrian Club which was organized four years ago by Miss Kurz to W promote good horsemanship among the girls, has grown to be a large active Y club. 'f The girls ride every Monday. During the past year they continued their 'fl' rides throughout the Winter season. When the weather permitted they rode 6 W along the Midway, and through Jackson and Washington Parks. These were lf ' the most enjoyable rides. When winter came they began their rides in Dexter 'P . . 1"r Pavilion at the Stock Yards. K + This year a new class was started for beginners, these girls riding on Wed- w nesday. After a few lessons they joined the advanced group. 4 The event causing the most interest was a contest among the girls to if determine who the best riders were. Crops were given to the three best 4 9 . . . . V v riders. Eight girls were also picked from the club to represent our school if 4 in a large contest among high schools. Morgan Park won first place in this W contest, securing another cup, which was added to our trophy case. Q One Hzmdrcd Tliirfy-Fiz'e 1 2' N +Ei'3:Q'3E+ Ezragzais ?CFfEEE23E5E'-3E2+Q'-Z3Gl-'5E23Ei'33EQBZE,'.'Qg33?-ZEQ533 Y, 'I Y., Y, Y., Y., Y., 'f Y, Y, Y, Y, Y., Y., 'I Y, Y., Y, Y, ' I Y, Y, Y , Top Ron-W'ilson, Ross, Gunner, McDonald, Bossi, Xvarren, Janus, Pendleton, Ketcham. Tbiril Rrm'-Haskins, Porter, Moorman, Bowlin, Knight, Schaar, Bushnell, McBride, Minton. Suromf Rau-Knudson, Rich, Vfright, Pitken, McMillan, Howard, Van Etten, Patterson, Meisle, Overman. Boflom Roux-W'inslow, Gilbert, Smith, Bergquist, Coach Peterson, Kephart, Brick, Bender, Rathje, Cummings. 1 The Eups QEmhIem Qlluh Firsf Sl'lUl'Xf4'l' St'f'0l1l!SUIl1f'Xft'l' Geokcfs GROSSCUP Pivsirlwzf DICK KEPHART AUSTIN Hoxvpako Vin'-P1'c.IiI1'e1zi AUSTIN HOWARD CARL BERt,QUIsT SI'rruhII'y-TI'mIsIzrvr CARL BERGQUIST ml-IE Boys' Emblem Club under the supervision of Coach Peterson has be- come one of the most active clubs of our school. Its membership includes all boys who have earned major emblems in some type of sport. The purpose of the club is to promote fine sportsmanship in our school. In the past year, it sponsored the Alumni basket-ball game, the annual Alumni football game being discontinued. All interclass competition has been conducted by the Emblem Club. The club has used various means of earning money. Stickers and arm- bands have been sold. Candy was sold at all home basket-ball games. The profit derived from candy sales and the profit secured from the athletic games help pay for athletic equipment and for major and minor emblems. In order that Empehi's interscholastic standing will always be high, the club urges that all boys that are able, participate in some form of athletics. Om' Hinzdrml Thirty-Si.1' 33523 Y, Y, If Y, 'f 'f Y, If Y, Y, 'f If 'f 'f V Y, 'f Y, 'f 'f If Y, E3GI5C2'.5Q'-5C'F-'2CS-'i+E5E23E5E2EQQZsZZP,I'D595'ZEZEZEQE3 r. EiE-'3E5C223EZ+ZE-5GfeEi'33E!55'ZQQ5'LQ?..'EE2.'5E1.'E3lQ2, Qiuatb Uitneehie , F"v C QEOACH DICK TWEEDIE graduated from Cedar City High School in Utah where he played on the football team and was a member of the track squad. From there he Went to the American College of Physical Education and was once again prominent in athletics, playing on both the football and basket-ball teams. He received his B.S. Degree at Lewis Institute. In February, 1928, he came to Empehi from Schurz High School where he had coached track for .1 period of six years. He has organized a track team at Morgan Park and has been coaching our wrestling, golf, and tennis teams. Behind his very pleasing personality, lie honesty, sincerity, and unquestionable fairness, and a sympa- thetic understanding of boys. Empehi is indeed very fortunate in having such a capable member included in its faculty. CHEER LEADERS Bushnell Troedson Groebe Van Cort Om' Hundred 71111-Vfj'-SUI vu 5325E2EE5E5E5E'-EEEK5E.'Z+3EE33'ZE+Z+Z9+3'.DE2 of .V ,M ,W of V 3 if Y ,., 9 4 322 Y M Xl i ii' 1 A . Top Row-Coach Antonides, Menton, Sandrok, Soenury, Smith, Bergquist, Shermerhorn, MeDonnel, Allen, Bushnell, Pereira, McKay, Whitford, Rogers, Haskins, Knight. Svromf Rou'j'Couch, jones, Lane, Odell, Kleinmann, Olson, Thiele, Rathje, Wright, Nichols, Pierce, Wienold, Johnson, Tetu. Boffoln Rau'-Fowkes, Cummings, Guderyahn, Howard, Ketchum, Pendleton, Todd, Bowlin, Narbutas, Bailey, Clissold, Donnelly, Stow. jfall :football ANDICAPPED by the loss of many men, and with but three veterans, Carl Bergquist, Frank Minton, and Captain George Smith, around whom to build a team consisting of untrained material, Morgan Park did not complete a success- ful season. Carl Bergquist, full-back last, who proved a valuable member of the team, was presented with the gold football by W' the Hi-Y at the close of the season. Leon- D ard Cummings and Norman Rathje were 'X E A elected co-captains of next year's squad. Vw I X A -n f l fr The men who received major emblems are: Captain George Smith, Carl Bergquist, Leonard Cummings, Norman Rathje, Clyde Pendleton, Bob Ketcham, Harry Wright, Earl Guderyahn, Jack Bushnell, Dick Bowlin, Jack McDonnell, Frank Minton, Gordon Stowe, and Manager Gene "Eau, Knight. . ' ' f LV iq, '-wif ,M -4:-3 ,,.?',,5'f-l,.,',. " ,ggfgjiiiy a. 'Z 'i ' 3fj'3f,.,L.-LZ. fy Ti-A X I, , 1 On: Hundred Thirty-Eiglil Gfsffliaaz ' l . ,ff . if 3 Y? 'f S 1? F 9 v QQ F QQ y? of 4 fl fl Il V 'f 4 fl 'f 'f 'f ' 1 t is 5 Tow Row-Coach Peterson, N. Rathje, Ketcham, Carroll, Lindvall, Christie, Wuske, Cummings, Rogers, Flanagan, Olson, Owles, Stoehr, Dahlstrom, Butler, Swett. Second Row-B. Rathje, Wells, Scott, Bordman, Narbutas, Karge, Duffy, Moore, Guderyahn, Kenny, Kleinman, Allen, Flanagan, Lindeman, Hillier. Bottom Row-Semmer, Hagendorn, Beardsley, Howard, Bailey, Middlestead, Nielsen, Kurgan, Olsen, Pierce, Guchenheimer, Pope, Knudsen, Blauw. Spring football During the last of April and the first of May, forty boys who are planning to come out for football next fall, met after school to learn and to play foot- ball. Their practice consisted of the fol- lowing details: The first ten to twenty minutes were taken up with practice in kicking and passing the ball. Then for a period, the boys were instructed in tack- ling, blocking, etc. Next, they learned new signals and put them into practice, using What are known as "running sig- nals." Finally, they engaged in "scrim- mage," which involves play much like that which is called for in a real game. Although it is all strenuous work, the boys enjoy it and they are eager to fit themselves for participation in League games. ir ?fG0r!1Jv5J One Hundred Tlzirty-.Ybze 'f ,V 'f ,V ,V ,V 'f or 'r 'r .V V 'f ,V V ,V ,V 'f .V .V 232-'5E+G'-5 +G'-i+Ei+E+?-'QZ+ZE+ ?-EE'-E23 E235QEE2E2QE22E'4EQN?-Z?-ZEZZEKEEREZKQEZQQZZ iF"'ll ' nw E3 an ,ei I S ii is Es, SOCIAL ROOM ig ES II EI I 33 ., 4 A ,V fi .Q If Ei H. MILITARY BALL W' S ,1, i.Ii 3 wt r Ig xi- r ,i- Wi' 4- wir yi- wf V yin uf! yr wi yr 'P 'P Y"PI Q9 'f '47 Top Rau'-Lucius, Ball, Burfiend, Umhofcr, Kline. , ' Strom! Rau'-Gilbert. Schaar, Sahel, Bossi, Haab, Muench. Boltom Rou'-Manager Porter, McMillan, Janus, Captain Kepliart, Wkxrren, ,ip Captain Gunner, Coach Peterson. Ip 'f iiaeahptmzigbt Jgaskethall ' I1 ll i E HE 1930-31 heavyweight basket-ball team started the season by winning half of the sixteen practice games. During the Christmas vacation the team entered the Interscholastic Basket-ball Tournament sponsored by the Uni- versity of Chicago. The meet was held from December 29 to January 3, at , the Bartlett Gymnasium. Out of the thirty-two high schools entering the meet, Morgan Park took fourth place. ll F UNIVERSITX' OF CHICAGO INTERSCHOLASTIC TOURNAMENT H Q Morgan Park . . . , , , , 23 Austin . . 19 Y Morgan Park . . . 24 Hyde Park . . , . .18 Y' Morgan Park , . , . .20 Proviso . 19 'Q Morgan Park , . . . 15 Lindblom . , . 25 H Morgan Park ..,..,..... . . 14 Tilden . . , . , 25 4- Winning three of the eight League games, Morgan Park took fourth place in the South Section. Several of the League games were lost due to the fact that 4- Empehiis three best players were not on the team during the games in February. These stars were "Dead-eyen Dick Kephart, "RayH Janus, and "Winnie" Warren. Major letters were awarded to Captain Dick Kephart, Herb Gunner, Ray + Janus, Winnie Warren, Ralph McMillan, Fred Bossi, Harry Schaar, and Bill Gilbert. Minor letters went to Bill Burfiend, Walter Sabel, Bill Ball, George Umhofer, Edward Lucius, Bill Kline, and Herschel Brown. 11 3 Q Um' HIIlllll'e'll Forty 23E5GIl+G-'5E+Ei+C2'2EEi+EZ'ZQ?33QI:!JEZE3EI3+3Z+3Q?-Q23 ,ar . N. 1 uf r , P I l .J " I' ,J , 'fe' Q ,., . at if ., QW 392 ,Q ,, ,, ,, ,, wir 'ff y4PY N4 iff if' 4- 4 wt r 1, uf Top Ron'-Henke, Roby, Schenk, Byers, Schuemann, Mcliinlay. vi Svroml Ron'-Manager Porter, Rich, j. Moorman, Paterson, White, Coach Peterson. Bottom Row-XVinslow. R. Moorman, Captain Voris, Captain Bender, Van Etten, Pitkin. wfr if " lightweight zaamrhall 'f wi- vi- r MTH a squad of inexperienced players, the 1930-31 lightweight basket-ball ' team did not have a successful season, losing all eight of their League " games. George Voris and George Bender, the co-captains, were the only players H that had had any past experience in basketball, the other members of the squad lf were very inexperienced or were new to the team this year. wiv V' Next year Coach Peterson will have a much more experienced team with + which to start the season. Among the lightweights who will return next year 1+ are George Bender, James Moorman, Roy Pitkin, Ben Byers, Henry Henke, Jack F James, Dan Patterson, William Roby, Donald McKinlay, and Billy Whyte. Wil- ,Q- lard Van Etten, Ralph Winslow, Jack Tipler, Fred Meisel, and Norbert Schenk will no doubt play heavyweight next fall because of the weight requirements. + Major letters were awarded to co-captains George Voris and George Bender, and to James Moorman, Dan Patterson, Roy Pitkin, Willard Van Etten, Bill Rich, and Ralph Winslow. Minor letters went to Ben Byers, Ainslie Gray, Henry Q Henke, Jack james, Fred Meisel, Carl Schuemann, Norbert Schenk, Donald if McKinlay, and Billy Whyte. if iff N9 N47 4' Om' H1H1d'Vi'd Fm'IyfOi1i' 23322212-'I +E2.'+C4"Zi'EE'E'3'?-159+ 523319+32923 J , Wg . L, F T f 1 T T Ll! -ff T -.Lw,ff .. T 1 T . ,, . if 'F .V .V . 4- 4 wif 'P - , T , , , w4'r Q i - NJ 4' ,-9, T011 Rau'-Tyler, Fisher, Snyder, Van Beek, Claussen, Tompkins, Whitford, Roger, Glenn. J ki, 4- f Srromi Ron-Manager McDowell, Bowlin, Bergquist, Smith, Coach Anronides, Caldwell, R. W"ls , Boyer, Assistant Manager W'ilz. K ,ff Bollom Rau'-Sabel, Van Etten, Molloy, Schaar, Schueman, Brown, Wiehold. Ry , Q, Q Baseball illieam a . The team has secured a new battery, with Sabel as backstop and Brown as Y, pitcher. The rest of. the squad members are: Molloy, Boyer, Caldwell, Schue- Y- mann, Van Etten, Moorman, Van Beek and Wilson, infieldersg Claussen, Whit- 6' Y ford and Brown, pitchersg Bergquist, Schaar, Wienold, Bowlin and Tyler, out- 4' Helders. '- 'jf 1,47 9 V wir 4 f Top Rou'-Allen, Tc-tu, Bergquist, Ross, Giles, Rathje. Bottom Rau'-Mr. Tweedie, Kleinmann, Roby, XVinslow, Knudsen, james, Morgan. V' wrestling Qlieam ' V In dual meets our team defeated Fenger and Senn. Our team was victorious 'P over the M. P. M. A. in a practice meet, while we were defeated by Calumet. Nfl Several of the boys were entered in the City Individual Meet and also in the "" University of Chicago Meet, where they all made a fairly good showing. if Major Letters were awarded to Knudson, Kleinmann, Ross, and Bergquist. " Ont' Hmidrnl Forfy-Two Qi XX, x 55 ' an - - - ,,.af::3cz::+q-oz: +.:zuea+::pe:eng::n1mi,':zv+,':xug:.5a,'i3 1 1 . ', fs r' - ,f H in K H :Q x . g ' Y. t I Y. A l YI v It f . , J j , V V, V' - f 2 'ff l AIJ i N 1 ' EJ 6 . f ,Y 9 9 is 'Pr w'Pr ll 'P V91 F 'PY v'r Y as 'Fr w+r Y as 9 y9'f V' mfr 1+ 197 F . F 14, 5 Top Rou,-Crane, Gunner, Howard, Wright, Meisel, Clissold, Gassler, Bortman, Brick, Van Etten, Leister. ,4-, F .Bollom Row-Armstrong, Duifey, Bethke, Overman, james, Guiles, Stores, Bittner, Velander, Mr. Maysack. , 9 9 l can sm' ' an 'Si N4 B lmmlng Bam V' ml-IE Empehi junior splash squad has just completed a very successful season. Y' Last semester the team lost only two meets while this semester it won every 'f' meet. ' Brick, Overman, Crane, and Armstrong starred for the juniors last semester 'Y while Overman and Armstrong were outstanding this semester. McBride and 'f' Grosscup starred for the seniors last semesterg Giles and Crane led the seniors in 'f' scoring this semester. 'f' A swimmer may be awarded a major letter if he has won 25 points 'f' in interscholastic competition and has taken part in the Chicago high schools 9 .... . - Y championship swimming meet. Those who have won major letters under this lf' new ruling are: William Brick, Armour Armstrong, William McBride, Warren W . 1 - . 'ff if ' Overman, Willard Van Etten, Frederick Meisel, Austin Howard, Jerome Janus, if Q George Grosscup, Robert Gassler, Forbes Giles, and Philip Crane. N V N47 F JUNIORS EVENT TIME t .,. 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Slebos, Bossi, Snape, Hitz, Hertwig, Sawyer, f Scott, Tuschall. V' Y, we Zllibe QBrtbestra .f ' First Semester Serond Senzrslcfr + ELIZABETH RIDDLE Presidrnf RUTH SAWYER , MARIAM KROEPLIN Vice-President BERNARD SLEBOS Y, RUTH SAWYER Secrelary-Treasurer CRYSTAL HANINIAR f A' GORDON ERICKSON Librarian JOHN TOPPEN lf ALBERT HITZ Assisfanf Librarian DONALD RICHARDSON 'f ' URING the past year the Morgan Park High School orchestra has played V' for many of the activities of the school and for numerous outside activi- Y' ties. It has supplied instrumental music for many Community Center pro- sf-f grams. The orchestra played at Byrd's afternoon lecture and at the evening ' performance of Tony Sarg's Marionettes. It supplied music for the plays given sin by the Klontz Club at the Fort Dearborn Grammar School. Q In such assemblies as those given by the Spanish Club, the Dancing Club, ' and the Tau Epsilon, the orchestra has furnished music. It has also assisted lf the Dramatic Club in presenting their plays, by giving the musical back- 'f' ground between acts or plays. It played for the opening of the Colgate- ' Northwestern Debate. 'f' W The orchestra has completed a very eventful year under the excellent direc- tion of Captain Guy D. Hartle, who has finished his third year as conductor of Y' Q the bands and orchestra of this school. Q' One Hzmdrvd Forty-Nine E3 22652-5+ZZ+3E+3E+ IIQDE'-Q23 .25 'f V. V. 'f W V. 'f if ,. ,s W V V. ,V ,V ,., ,V 'f V, Y, 2ZE5Ci'2E2G-'2GZ+E2CE5E5Gi'3QEZPl4DQ.'ZDL'.Q?.QEZQ.'5E.'ZDE+Z Y. gvg we-H if . a X . Q ,- F- ,- A ,A Top Run-Anderson, Erickson, Schermerhorn, Luxen, Paden, Arnold, Meyers, Gibson, Hesselbaclier, Tupes, Blanchard, johnson. Fflllffll Rau-Haythorne, Rhode, W'hitford, Amory, Black, Fitzgerald, Spitler, Kroeplin, Coyle, Palermo Austin. Tbim' Ron'-Stafford, Bethkc, Sauer, Arncman, Geist, Larson, Barnett, Brick, Hahn, Elliott, Mclntosh. Srvoml Kon'-Pattison, Sauer, jurlow, Nicholson, Anderson, Ballon: Ron'-Thatcher, Nwoelfer, Todd, Flanagan, Moore, T. Dalilstrom, V. Dahlstrom, Lohman, Brown, Ayers, Davis, Underwood, Crapser. 01132 Earth m HE bands of Empehi have closed one of their most successful years. The Senior Band was divided into two groups, the Concert Band, and the March- ing Band. The latter is an R. O. T. C. organization. This year the Concert Band was enlarged to nearly twice its former size so that our school could be represented in Group 2 of the Chicago High Schools Band Contest. The band won third place in this division. The Marching Band, which has been enlarged by the addition of a bugle corps, took an active part in various civic celebrations, including the Chicago Day parade and the Memorial Day parade. The Concert Band furnished music for the Parent-Teachers Association on "Dad's Day." It gave its services also to the Ridge Community Center, and played for the opening night of the Ridge Park Field House. The junior Band has spent a very progressive year under the instruction and direction of Captain Hartle. The bands are greatly indebted to Captain Guy Hartle for the training and inspiration they receive under his skillful direction. Om' Ilznzdrvrl Fifty r ll Ii ,. ,. 'r 'f fl ll 'f El 'f 'f V if 'f ,. ,V ,. H 'f EZQQQQGYQGQEEEQQQQQZYERQEZKQQTESQTEZQTEEZ YF! 'Er Nfl VY iff iff l l w"'r F l i 4 mfr JUNIOR BAND Top Rou-Bailey, johnson, Bayhew, Glenn. Carlson, Peters, XVhite, Meis, Panehyshun, Patterson, Swett. Harter. Fiffb Row-R. Anderson, Van Antwerp. Fleming. Gamble, Stoerkel, Quinn, Peterson, Toppin, Hostert. Fourth Rau'-Hesse, Howard, Gardner, Swann, Hertwig, Root, Nielsen, johnson, Foster. YY 1?Y F Tbiril Rou+Coughenour, Shea, Turner, Aiken, Boekman, Yelander, Dow, Smith, Klein. Svfomf Rau'-Spiers, Linsted, Sabel, Townsend, XVil7, Haigh, Gault, H37Slfl7h, Dean, Baugher, Baker, 'f' Xvard, Erb, Benson, lfhrler. Boflom Row-Hilliar, Lindeman, Lane, Minick, Moore, Clautcr, Colburn, Klein. 141 f N nfl Wir iff y-of , F wiv sf, . 1"'r f . 4 li NIARCHING BAND Top Rou'-Stafford, Spicrs, Fleming, Hessellnacher, Paderi, Dibos, johnson, V, Anderson, Rhode, XY'hitford. uf' R. Anderson, Elliott. McIntosh, Peters. Funrlb Rou+Spitler, Nicholson, Sabel, Bornemann, Swann, Nielsen, Gardner, Dean, Hertwig, H. Yelander. N47 Bochman, K. johnson, Bethke, Peterson. f Tliinz' Rou'-Thatcher, Mostert, Klein, Erickson, Gibson, Howard, Ordas, Anderson, Austin, Crapser. Barnett, Larson, -Iurlow. ',' Scfmzil Rau'-Roby, Bailey, johnson, Luxen, Schermerhorn, Black, Haigh, Palermo, Todd, Gault, T. Dahl- f strom, Lane, Fitzgerald, W'oelfer, Glenn. Bolfom Ron'-Flannagan, Gooch, Baker, Lohman, Sauer, Minick, Brown, D. Dahlstrom, Pattison, Brick. N41 F O nv IIimi1'rvd Fiffbi'-Oiit' I W ,,. W W ,,, ,, W ,., Si F i ,.,, W .,, ,.,, ,,, ,.,, ,, ,,, W ,,, W ,, 23Q-'5G'-'5E5EE'u'3CZf4G3'eE5CZBEE13ZQ"-5E-'Z3g3QIQEt3Z2Z f..1 Eifkmt-'l5f',i9E-'-535'-QE3?',I'!DE-'EEZ if I NH V ,VW, i f mfr N uf iff if Nfl Ni' if l v if E ' ' F I V' V The Glaze Qllluhs F. 1 H H W' Girls' Glee Club Boys' Glee Club FLORENCE VVHYTE President CARROLL WOHLFARTH 9, HARRIET MASON Vive-Presidenf EVERETT SMITH + if BETsY SWIFT Seeretary DANA HOWARD is W MARION ALWARD Treasurer NORVAL ROBINSON YY F F , mHE Glee Clubs during 1930-31 have emphasized choral work in all of its ., varied and interesting phases. In the first semester three clubs, composed .,., of the Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs and a Mixed Chorus, were entered in the , Y city high school glee club contest. Morgan Park was the only high school to ,.,., place all three clubs in the finals at Orchestra Hall, January 19th. At the latter i... event, first place was awarded to the Girls, Glee Club and second place to the H Y, Boys' Glee Club and the Mixed Chorus. + 5 On March 19th the Glee Club contributed a radio program over WCFL. At this time, a selected group presented a twenty-minute program, consisting of mixed choruses, a duet, and a short talk about music as a means of expression in the Morgan Park High School. M H 9 4. As their final choral performance, the clubs presented a dramatization of + the song cycle "In a Persian Garden,"-the score by Liza Lehmann and the words from the "Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyamf' This musical adaptation of a ,FQ- Persian theme, was the most striking as well as the most creative work which the tg clubs attempted during 1930-31. 4- Q 4 '31 Q Only through the untiring efforts of our instructor, Mrs. Bernice Bell lf Hartle, have the Glee Clubs achieved their success of the past year. -w 1- One Hundred Fifty-Two 23Ef'3E5EZ3E5EE'Ei'2'222'3Z?'33'ZZiEZ3E'.5ZS3 3 uf 1 YY 'f 'f 'f mfr 'f S W V 'f The Qllnurt at jliaisbapur P CASTS is 'f JAMSHYD, Shah of Persia ...,...... Austin Howard Norval Robinson MANZEL, Grand Vizier of the Court. . William Skrentny Herbert Davisson W A PHILOSOPHER , . a.....,..... Malcolm McCallum Everett Smith , A POET ..,,...,.... ..... E dgar Toerper Dick Kephart Gi KOBAD, Prince of Persia ..., ,...i C arroll Wohlfarth John Carney W GIRGO, Court Jester ,,A..,.,. . , .Veto Gabriel Robert Kirchhoff JAPANESE AMBASSADOR ....., Eric Batty Kenneth Carver if TASHA, Princess of Arabia ......... Winifred Wright Helen Stevens W KEMAH, Daughter of General Zanyah . Margaret Henderson Kathleen Dieffenbach NAILA, Friend of Kemah .... , . .Hildred Hall Virginia Eagle FIRST BEGGAR ......... . . .Catherine Pexton SECOND BEGGAR . . A , . .John McWhorter THIRD BEGGAR . , . . , , ,Charles Kammerer Ben Byers 'F ' MOLLAH, a Priest .... . , .Nelson Brewer Billy Carhart ., A DERVISH ........ . . . Ralph Coughenour it PAGE, to the Shah ..,., . . , Tom Repp Edward Thiele "' GUARDS, to the Shah .... . . Q Om' Hznzdz-cd Fifty-Three ?GI2C'i'.5E23E5G'-3.'+E5E5E2E'Z'-5ZZ+3Z+ E-'."IJEZ.'i!J+",I9EZ23 'f iff A- i i v if. .V Y V' 'ff .V V .V l V 1,77 ,I .Y , aff -'K 1 , i ,V mfr N ,, f bIRI.S' GLEE CLUB F Top Run-Hughes, Schucssler, XVright, Christensen, Morrow, Boorman, Mansfield, Marting, Cord, Mor' ,4., tenmn, Bennett, Scott, Bruhlman. M. , Third' Row-Stanyer, XY'ilsun. Simpson, Alwarcl, Paddock. Rl. Stevens, H. Pierce. Troughtun, Chamberlain, , Alexander, Longley, Goudspecd. ,+, Svraml Ron'-Crosby, l,.immudv:e, Huehner, H. Stevens, Schmidt, Pringle, O'Conn0r, Martin, Atwcll, N, fa Heldman, Niclmls. f Botlom Ron-Hcmmcns, Spitler, Boblctt, XY'hitn1an, Larson, Fredrickson, Hilke, Bergstrom, Poss, NVitt. Yi' 'i' if-r ,if +1 'Q iff ,ip wfr ,iq- iff ,K 'K' iff l V' l V Qi l vw Q y+y F GIRLS' Gu-.E CLUB Tufv Rou-fBrown, Andcrwn, Blick, Knight, Drueck, XVul1ing, Beesc, Berlin, V. Baker, W'ibly, Black, 10, Erickson. x, F Fonrlb Ron-C. Stevens, DicHcnb.ich, XV.irren, Kahn, Dubbs, Jcrxtroni, Wilson, Winsor, Kc-phnrt, R. Smith, f Third Rlill'-SXN'.1l1U, Cmiughcnur, Thomas, Aslilinc, Roginion, Smith, B.1rnh.1rt, Goldsmith, Gentle, Byers. a+: Svfnnif Rulrgll, Abbott, Liisetf, Nlcfllurc, Fredericlisiin, Morriwn, XY'oods, Pfeiffer, Kimmel. ,Q f Bullnm Ran-lltrmg, Hall, Bnrtce, Swift, lingle, W'hyte, Alward, XY'illiamS, Baum, Carver. f if vr Um' Ilumlrnl I"i-fry-1:01:1- Ei ,. fl ,. ,. ,. 'f ,, ll if Il Y, 'f 'f 2-323-"'-2252 +E5E2GI,'wZZZEZQ3Z3P,!EE-'EE-'Zig-'9'fE3 i L A , ,. C . X-., .. A ,mi -KA . BOYS' GLEE CLUB T017 Rau-Davisson, Carhnrt, Roderman. Gabriel, Kirclihoff, Bossi, Kamcrer, Stanton, Kelly, Davis, McCallum. Svforzd Rou'-Gale, Porter, Perry, Byers, Root, Kephart, Howard, Skrentny, Clissold, Brewer, Root. Bollom Ro-u'-Carney, Batty, Van Etten, Wolfartli, Alward, Mrs, Hartle, Robinson, Smith, Howard, Carver, Toex-per. JAZZ ORCHESTRA Top Ron'-H. Meyers, Hanna, Repp, Fowkes. Boflmn Rau'-Stapleton, Wilson, Ordas, W'l1itford, VV. Meyers, Janes Om' H1llllf7'L'lf F1'fiy-fi-1 'R ,W ,. 'f Y, 'f 'f if V, 1F+f .V 'f ,V 'f .V V, 'r 'f ,. 'f ll ,, 23E5C215C2-'5Ei+Ei'G'-EE2E5Ei'3Q5'ZEQ+3EESEZDZI?.DE-'5EI9E3 E3E5GrQE'E5Gfl5C2'-5CE2E5EZ'3Q5'Q5'EE1D59+ZQsZ-'5Q2DEKQ23 V f , -1- wi- -I V Ap Y : if E . H . ,f 3 'r' 'f H 'f wi' l 4' 9 ., l .. .... ,- I . .,.us,.,s...,, .sa i . SJ.-. . Q f .. ws.. -..i"m.xm:sx T017 Row-Davisson, Schulte, Hughes, Palmer, Banger, Kahn, Hanson, Crane. Second Rou,--Pullar, Stanyer, Morison, Ashline, Cenield, Erickson, Paddock. Boflom Rou-Bishron, W'right, Smock, Pierce, Mrs. Kimmel, Gneiss, Stephenson. Y- 9 V The Bramatit Qllluh if 'F WILLIAM PIERCE President 4 l u 9 DOROTHY STEPHENSON Vzce-President + LUcII.LIs Jociusciei Treasurer + VIRGINIA GNEISS Secretary Q 9 4 9 Creating a love of the play World among the students is the purpose of the Dramatic Club. The artistic side of the drama has been emphasized in the pre- ' sentation of such plays as, "The Violin Maker of Cremona," "The First Thanks- ' giving," "The Florist Shop," and "Daughters of Men." Comedy has been illus- J T trated in "Frank Glynn's Wife," "The House Across the Way," "The Mouse Trap," "The Beauty Parlor," "Betty Behave," and the two-act musical comedy Q "A Rustic Romeo." Q Outside of a small amount necessary to pay expenses, all the income from + these performances has been given to various school funds. One hundred and + fifty dollars was given to the Student Assistance Fund and a substantial amount + to the Scholarship Fund. 1- -r One Hundred Fifty-Six 232'-3E'Gi +GI5GI5Ei+Ki!J+',CQE-'-"DE3EQED+3.'E+3EEiQ23 ' g-3E5EIEE5E5EZ+E5G.'5E5E4ZQ53.'ZJ?.2DEZ5'.QE.'EP,I5Q'.D?-'.5S3 'r F 1 "ClEmpebi nn 3BaraiJz" 1+ A REVUE OF ASSEMBLIES f Y' nfl H MARCH 11 AND 12 lf Wi' yi- V' 'f "' Selected Scenes 4- F The Wohlfarth Mansion, Lake Forest, 1940 ..,. ,..,. 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W, I .5 "- if K M 'r ,v '. ,F 1 Tgjx Q 1. ,nur 'Mfg 6 Wi' i lf V . "Qs i9uu like lit" .-1 for, perhapsj 'f "MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING" 'I + YE YEARE,S TRAIL ,V it My very deare frende- 'f It seemeth meet that I should Wyse thee uppe about the events that have lf' come to pass in our school during yon passed yeare. Whereupon I shall try to 'f' give thee that which I find listed in my diary. if lf SEPT. 3 anno Domini 1930j- if C , Alas and alack! That day which is famous throughout the land for labor w with we yonger multitudes hath put forth its arrival. Howbeit all things must ,.,., end, in soothg for this day findeth us, willy-nilly, in school again. snr ' is ff SEPT. 26 Qye same yearej- 'f Great doinges hath been performed by ye seniors. Virginia Eagle, a maiden W 'f' so named, hath taken the lofty elevation of president of honored senior class. f lf! OCT. 10- F N, Here and now, the tyme of ye harvest moon, the band bloweth lustily in ,+ F order that a third place might be placed upon the head of one Guy I-Iartle. F wi. if OCT. 24- + Upon ye evening of said day, a sound of lusty yells come forth in order l that such yonge officers may enjoy the pleasure of brotherhood in ye yon Ofli- W I cers' Club. f " 'fl' E5 Nov. 14- ut .Juwin or. His House 8 "1'!Wlll! Ml N ever- ill!! 4 V Hear ye! Hear ye! Parents, teach- MIMMQMMnllllllkix in ag! 1, f W ers, students, friends, or what have fi .kd S51 wr f ye? Yon Open House! If any are B. we re f W, missing they were never missed unless ' dxf xl 2 Y. it be the student. 'Tis the once time i t l-I,-.-2: + when yon student doth partake in a X , I lllffl 4 U af f?-fa 'l 1 date after school." 1-94 71?-Sm 'S' if t , Nov. 21- ,W lf I Ye home-made menagenerie maketh bedlarn in yon gym. The cause 6 V thereof? Ye Zoology Club Pet Show, under the direction of one Miss Babcock, wff presenteth pet creatures for the bestowal of blue ribbons and such. 1' T' One Hmzdrvd 5i.1'f3'-Fin' 5S'E2EGf:E5EE'EGf:E-'3Ei'+3Q51Q+ZQE'-3QlD+Z35+Z33E'-Q23 Men at some time are masters of their fates: The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, But in ourselves, that we are underlingsf' -Shakespeare, Illlilli Caesar Q3GI5E2C'Z5CE5EZ+E2EE2C2IZf3ZEI1DEQ+ZK-iDt2-'QE-'5EIQE3Q3 wi' rr H -,J DEC. 4- ' . , + An occasion of honor to ye school hath been el Q vr t -X ,' ,.., ' W' if bestowed upon us. To the enjoyment of all was 'I' an i ff! f 9 ye visit of Richard E. Byrd. Also present was .. ,-:' 'i sf X . V , Igloo, his faithful mongrel. Some trip, Sir Rich- ' I X if ard, say we all. ,H ll V F DEC. 11- f if Ye glee clubs of ye school didst Win signal honors in first appearance in if 9 ye city-wide contest. , if DEC. 19- H if The approach of yuletide bringeth ye vacation time. QMay we have if two weeks of happiness.j 6' wiv Y' , DEC. 30- + ll 'f' contest of skill and speed in slapping ye large ball in yon lofty basket. 'f Ye heavyweight basketiers didst place in yon Stagg Tournament which is a , JAN. 16- i 4 On this day the seniors playfully fancy themselves in their yonger school 4. days, much to the merriement of a large audience of spectators. V V " AN. 17- 'A s J H N, The Senior Prom! Especially honored were those about to depart from ye , F school by grace of what leniency is not on the records. Such a merrie time, so if Y, called, was had by all. , H lf JAN. 20- . if 4- Assembled in Orchestra Hall. Hearken! And behold! The Glee Club 4- contests-the finals. Morgan Park cometh again to the top. For sooth, knave, If who sayeth not always on top. V ,Q WW' E MAR. ll and 12- f YV Ye numerous organizations didst partake in a diverse entertainment by if and for ye students-"Empehi on Parade," so called. Q + is One Hundred Sixiy-Six 23Q.'2G'-2G'-'2E2EEE'C2-'5C2'-5GI5GiH3QEZEQQQ5'.9KZDEZE2DQZE3 'I wiv- Y. , 4 WOw.1,5u.RE. APR. 13- A WENT OVER Ye ringlets of food were merrily and ly Ei Bla'-7 thoroughly distributed about yon cor- I"- , N, - 33 X . ridors by ye Spanish Club. F ' ' rcs- il 1- 'f APR. 17- Y F if Many blossoms were sold by ye 'f 2 ' 2- . French Club during one Rose Day. m f?" ' i L? fm if - Q47 MAY 29- F T The members of ye Glee Clubs didst make merrie in a song cycle called "Y mln a Persian Garden" which gave opportunities for capers in fun and musick. Such marvel atmosphere did appeare on May 28 and 29. 'f' JUNE 19- if Y' Upon yon evenings of June 18 and 19 didst ye upper classmen render a if S' dramatic effort named "Full Housef' Ah, and did it pertain to ye audience thereupon ! 1- 9 JUNE 25- if 4- A Thursday! Ye June Class of 1931 A. D. did upon this day conclude W four years of study , the event being celebrated in ye Graduation occasion. Proud sires and bosom friends clapped lustily as each graduate received ye scroll. Many, 'tis said, will long remember this day-the facing of the future. The such, my friende, hath been the high-spots of our yeare 1930-31 A. D. I hope that none have been left out and if so may you accept my humblest apologies. 6 Signed, in sooth, 55x . I ll Thy frende of ye English classe. I Ill l ,mf ,.. ' ' lx- Tl 9 V 9 One Hmzdrvd Si.i'fy-Sczwzv sagem: EE2EE+EE2E2E2E'Z?SQE3E-'EPSEQZDEQEQZ DAY DREAMS Monday- Deer, deer, i am only a freshmun but oh fore tha life uv a seenyar! i want too bee abul too cut claszez and get away with it like Dan Gale. i want to bee funny like he iz but i don't want to meet Capt. Lorentz so soon. again ifi cood werk behind a soda founten like Bill McBride i wood bee happy. he can weeld a glass uv water like Noah handled tha Ark. Tuesday- Todayi got tha idee uv wanten too bee abul too danse like Rodger Bish- ton but then i remembered the danc- ing elefant i once saw at a serkus. i have changed my mind. i thot i wood love too bee a heero on the bas- ketball flore like Herb Gunher but i tryde it and i desided i wuz better fit- ted for checker games at Amy,s than basket-ball. Wediiesday- One uv my ambishuns iz too be a wooman conkeror. i'd like to follow in tha foot steps uv Dick Kepthart. did yew ever find such a hart-braker as Kep?-oh and how I admire tha one yung man that dresses so neet and is so sofistikated-nun uther than Gene Knight, quiet, eezy going Gene. i luv tha green soot he wares, or i at leest thot i did until i saw a bell-hop with won on. let us change the subject. Uni' Hzludrmf,S4i.1'fy-Eigfllt Thursday- i am terribly interested in musik. i Wership tha one and only peeano player, J. Baker Hanna. i have al- ways thot he wuz so wonderful but am i strong enuf for such ekspressiv jimnastics? i wunder if a jew's harp is just as easy to play. Friday- then agen i think abowt that big he-man QU H. Zink. i always thot i liked him but once i heard him talk and i desided i wood rather go to Florida for all tha hot-air ineed. After all tho, i gess theze thots are just dreems. i gess i wood rather bee like i am always most uv tha time, even. i gess such popularity must be deserved an i gess i just don't deserv lt. YEAH? ! Some of our young people are so versatile in conversation that they are able to say, "Oh, yeah?" in four or five different ways. QUITE A SPRINTER Mr. Beardsley Cin math. classj: "Now watch the board while I run through it once moref, AN OLD CHICAGO CUSTOM Motor Cop: Hey, you! Didn't you hear me say, "Pull over there?" Driver: Why I thought you said, "Good afternoon, Senator." Motor Cop Csmilingj: Isn't it a warm day, Senator? "E5C'il5GZ5Q'f-3EE'EE'-3E2EZ'Z'3Q?-QEQ+Z9+33'3'3'-55'155' 53252-'3E33GI"4G7f.+E5E'Q+E5E++f'-3+ ,.. ,ZIEEZM ii Yr' N"qY WHAT THEY REMIND ME OF 5, 'V' war "' The Tenzpesf- LOL'e's Ll1b01H',S Losf- 'fl' Something that arises in Room When a student has spent Cand 6 iff 301 when a student forgets his they do, occasionullyj hours, -if pen. Weeks, mon-well, anyway, a ,ff long time, on a certain theme .gf and then the teacher- ,'-, Measure for Mmsurv- ,Q Harrle for Harrie. fx AIUWM I 6 'f' llll l -ff? 3511, Q ll' I ' l ' V f "' . ' C-Hr' -Ei , 2 t , I , 1 Malin :X , S5 E it - .Wim . I, iii' ii S 52:3 M , W My wiv X will ,,, Merry Wiz'es of Wfiufdjsor- . ' . t ye' f We don't believe there are any- :A 'N S, Q ' H 4 Herb and John have left us. l if f 6 'F ' I Q Sql: lleylgigggfiig 177 'f' 1 f ga-P my L2 5 Q Il! Q lx ig! 2 Q if ' The Merrbazzf of Venice- " 2 f 6"-6? None other than Ammy Hoff- if "2 21655 j f lf' man. f W V L E' F C0,,,f,,1T of E,.,.0,.5- A11's Wffll ibm' Ends Wall- S Y when 3 mixture of Wrong When a boy fears he'll -look as -if Chemicals seems to threaten an foolish as he feels and dlscovers wf earthlv Career. that the proofs reveal him as ,., t ' nothing less than handsome. S wir we E1oPiE""Y4-,Vi HSUXUDQ VISIT To MORQISO-I ug 'V Xl f f 'fa' W QW Nw 5 U Q , 571 in' i W W Q i t. ,Q f , C, say S W4 i .Y 1-f - V- Y-K1 NSY 'V 7 e t e- L ill V- all i 'fa' if I ff ! f Wi' wg F Om' HlrlrrffuiSi.1't-x'-.Yillf G H 'f 'f Nr Q37 wr 'r 'r 'f Nr 'f u Yr Af Y. W 9 :za-us ENZZEQEZUBQ?-SEZEQKZDEQEZ Nr A CARTOONISTS VIEW OF + , 'E 1 AM ,gffxx 'LN NWT?-P Yffk 'F gi wkqiq' X wwwfxwwu fw1E M1 WSW Fwlf N1 ,, 7qgLf.,.,, 4f'V , E -'fgirrr A Ff4.E'5Nl'4AlNl Q 3.MlNu1'E'5 LATE i X 1 , E,XET- M 'ill 6 L IJ! if :ffm-rf S iii. E ff ' f- -L Q 4 Y. wwf' 1 'g , A -F-nf 1. Ji 022215 wwyf 5' ' 15 J: , ,- , - W -' 'N N XmMpWmEW,EQ2 Li X R X1 --r" iff R' Y J E W, vu K E- if 1 L-ff ,' K '-' X-f' Au -1 fl mm jpffq ' fuk-ff-fsmgA d 'ed .S'm'crztv Om' Hun r Rf 4 H Rf "GRAND HOTEL" y? P uf' Af 4 "NEW WORLDS TO CONQUERH nf- W mf x9 "THE KING'S 'f HENCHMANH Y 'f H9 'ITHE DEEPENING STREAM" 'f Q "BIG MONEY" 4 'E-3J+,Z'IfDE'-Qt3'-i!9Z3'?-EEZ?-3+ZQ23 , 1 X G MORGAN PARK'S "BEST SELLERS" . : A Q ,Y V LIONS DEN 1 at g Ill I 1 M Lf ,+ 2 X l U l .4- 3 ,QE 1, J ML, Q .f L A-1- v L., .+ 15 LONG HUNT EI vie! sg Q L j gi EVERLASTIILIIEEQIETRUGGLE A ' Iii w 15111 iii W VL' " S ANGEL S' ig PAVEMENT JOSEEEY S F 25 A f ? H A 3 'S MH ,,,,l , ,F -W1 J.- ,,, 0 db f 0 23E5E52Q'u5E5E2E+E5E+E2+EI5'35EE3+3Se-':QEEE'.ZDE'-E.'J23 B1 ' -f ,Q- E THE CRUISE CF THE FEBRUARY You should hear all the wise cracks ' " CLASS made by Clyrle Soellner, Iolaanna Hille, , Gwen Raueb and Otto Sauerman. They , Dear Mcoufkau are the life of the party, all right. Of Q You remember how MISS LARSQN course, you know a party wouldn,t be lf Q and MRS, HARTLE used to get together, complete without the minister, Howard Y Well, they bought a yacht and have in- HHWYWPPZ, YO SKY gfHCC, and the IWO Old- V Virgd 3. group of friends to take 3 trip, l'T13.1d SCl'l9Ol tC21ChEI'S, Rzitla Goebel and Y-f They have been Very lucky in secur- Agnes Vlall, who, thoroughly disgusted ,.,. ing a good crew under Captain Gordon with the. Party, usually So out on the ' vw Stow. He has a fellow who is very fond deck to lom MRS' HARTLE and.MlSo W ' of music as his first mate--Bill Reed. EATSON and the sedate httle Vlfgmm f ., Our hostesses have had continued luck ggi? ou kno th d f qt Y in getting Lillian Wfoida and Dorothy ' .Y lv' . .ey ma e a mess O 'f I. V U v 7 . everything by inviting Ruth Coleman Dazntion as cooks, and Gforge Y orls as and Bob Lon Ie Y k h T Steward. The wireless operator is a Could et alfn y'to S51 now t ey never - 4' lively chap by the name of Robert White. Yougshould g 51 Eliot. h + A couple of fellows who are very studi- b fee e lr mg t at goes N., lf d h ll d d M , on etween Do ores Lagerstrom and Seth f ous an ave H163 Y Secure asters Fornell The sit in o osite corners Degrees are working on board to get - ' Y PP . 1+ . looking at each other all the time. ,4- f enough money to go back to get their . f D , There was lots of excitement on deck octors Degrees. One of them, Letson 4 . . . ,., . . .1 short while ago when Emma Sbemaztls f' joor, is baggage clerkg the other, B111 fn b d d I dl . W- Watsozz is deck hand. fe ,mfr Za? an dneary dlownedli 1611- L ' ire: oe jumpe in an rescue er. V Wfe are well entertained by an able As the crowd rushed to the deck to see 'F' corps of wonderful artists. The music the accident, the towering Mary Flanigan 4- is furnished by john Hanna's Harmony bumped her head on the door. Bruce Q H Jesters. Among them is that world re- Miller lost his best fishing outfit and I if tr nowned jazz violin player, Clijcorcl suppose his whole trip will be spoiled be- lf Selanziilt. A fellow by the name of cause of it now. V' Edgar Tofrlwr does Sofoe mishfy good We have a good time joshing Florence T Smging to the accompaniment of the of' Inztson, who is always feeding the fish 'P chestra. There is also a troupe of dancers in an attempt to reduce' , which includes such artists as Katberiize Interest is ke t u b V . if Stevens, Claarlottf' Stenger, Walter' Gan- ments between Igarrigf AXIHJOSI-12331 lf 4- MOH' and lark Wmf cespecially -lnckl' Colman who are tr in to et Duan Helen Bradley and Marjory Burnett fre- C ' y. g g . . e w ' . . ollmrn as a cartoonist for their rival f quently entertain us with a Raggedy mi Mines. ,ff Anne comedy skit. Following their little 'g ' , i W, skit that always goes over big, Lucille Hfl1l9UC IWIHS, Mufgafef 21141 f W' Smofk and Edna BNg5l.mm7 the big Katyulne Rolaertxon, continue' their F Broadway actresses, usually make every- strenuous exercises at a game of tiddledy wtf body "boo" at one of their sketches on wmks' iff Negy York life. Lonise Pflasterer .is the center of at- V- Besides all of the stage entertainments, tmctign Tr title gut' who are always , there is 3 Ping-Pong game' You can pestering er a out t e newest styles. always find Burton Sebufind and George B H0 mor? than got out 0f.P?1't when H- Grossezitb busy playing here. They claim ,HH mg jpsslm Gmllf' the Ship S detec' H+ F that they have found no better way to tweh Lfncovefed two 5toW3W3Y5i HWW f W' keep in training for football. Across the MW U, ind Harold Zfflfli However, hall in one lone corner, lim Coen, Earl they didn t ammfm to much' if Pennington, and john Gurleryabn are S0 far '3Ve1'Yfh1I1g 11215 g0HC HUC. Wish if busily engaged in a game of miniature You were here- 1+ baseball. YOUR OLD PAL f T' VF! V flue Hmulz-ed Seiwlty-Tufo 212 E'-3E5G'-I5E5E5Qf1E5G!i'ZEZt33E'-'QE'-3?-'-Ef-15f-'33i55':,3 ' Y STRANGE FACTS GLEANED FROM STUDENT PAPERS::' Shakespeare wrote tragedies, com- edies, and errors. A blotter is the thing you're looking for while the ink's drying. In the United States, people are put to death by elocution. The process of turning steam into water and back again is called conversation. A monologue is a conversation be- tween two people like husband and wife. The future of "I given is "You take." A polygon is a dead parrot. A circle is a line which meets its other end without ending. S. O. S. is a musical term meaning the same only softer. Rhubarb is celery gone bloodshot. Mushrooms always grow in damp places-hence the shape of an umbrella. We find, at this point, that there are two kinds of sense: common sense and nonsense. Miss Mackin: "XVhy do I always see you leaning over Ruthis shoul- der?" Bill McBride: 'lBecause I can't read her writing unless I do." What the average woman doesnit know about driving may not fill a whole book but it generally fills the whole street. -Suburban Star. :?Abingdon, BOIIFTS, Viking Press, New York. "Are you quite comfortable, dear?" "Yes, love." The cushions are cozy and soft?" Yes, darling." And there is no draft on your back?" "No, honestly." "Then change seats with me." u u cc BITS OF EVERYTHING By Edwin Carpenter Did you ever hear our high school band? You must, because it's simply grandg But stay away, On practice day, Or they'll wonder how you got that way. Did you go to "The Court of Naisha- pur"? Wfhy, all of Morgan Park were there! Dancing and acting, Music enchanting, Most beautiful garb the cast did wear. The red-hot man in his yellow cart Is one from whom we couldn't part, His "dogs'l and cakes, Give us stomach-aches, But with us all he surely rates. "El Captain" is our guiding star, XVithout his aid we'd not go farg But don't you clown, When he's aroun' For then you'll surely get the "jar." Have you ever met our "grand old man," With hair of white? I-Ie's an English "fan.,' He's published a book. Papers he signs 'XVith an "SH-that's his monogram. 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Teacher: Yes, can you tell me in what year Columbus discovered America? Pupil: Of course, I can tell you in what year Columbus discovered America. Teacher: In what year did Colum- bus discover America? Pupil: In what year did Colum- bus discover America? Teacher: Yes, that's it. In what year did Columbus discover America? Pupil: Columbus discovered Amer- ica in-fbell rings and class rushes outj. EITHER Is GAMBLING W. Van Etten: "What is the differ- ence between learning golf and learn- ing motoring?,' B. Sawyer: "In golf you hit noth- ingg in motoring you hit everything!,' RECENT AD EOR MORTONIS SALT Nature,s Iodine Restored To Prevent Goiter Your Grocer Has It Student: "Why is some gold yellow while other gold is not?" Teacher: "Chemists are unable to tellf, Another Student: "I know: be- cause it's got carrots in itf' Om' I-Imm'rvd Sc"z'cr1fy-,S'1'.r UP-To-DATE "Waiter, there's a fly in this vanilla ice." "Ah! They are Uoinv in for win- ter sportsf, D D WHEN IN ROME- Straw berets are now worn in Paris. In London they are eaten with cream. HE CLIPPED THE COUPON Meet Mr. Penopiliosostiosky, the boy who,s going to make a name for himself. How TO BEcOME A SOCIAL FAVORITE AT BRIDGE 1. Bid highg your partner may have a good hand. 2. Wlaen you have a poor hand, signal immediately by saying, 'Wvho in thunder dealt this mess?" 3. Lead from your own hand or from dummy, as convenient. 4. Trump your partner's ace and grab the trick quick. 5. Always ask what the trump is two or three times during the game. This always refreshes everybodyls memory. 6. If nobody bids, bid against your partner. You must keep up interest in the game at any cost. 7. After the third attack, lay your hand on the table and claim the rest of the tricks. You may not have them, but it's much easier to play with all the cards on the table. -Exchange. 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That's the Whole secret of - W j our success - training graduates so that they com- ' S I mand big salaries when they enter business as execu- l H tives and leaders. Write today for complete informa- 'H e tion. No obligation. Cf course, only high school T V graduates and college students are enrolled. - . l e CHICAGO CQll.EGE a O F C 0 M M E R C E la ' "The Unitfeifsiiy of Business" 1 wi f - 6' Sixty-Second Place at Halsted Street ' H U WENTWORTH 0994 1 wg - i 14, +I'-Im-H ------ -- - l- llll - llll - Illx QM- llll -mi lll' -------- - -I -H'-I+ S Um' Hmzdrvd Ifiglzty-Tivo +E23E'2E5Gl'4CZ-7-Silii'-SEEEEEECZ-'EESGYQESCZIEEEEEQEG-'5GI5G'2CZ'2Q.'2Q-'ECEQE3 i QE-ID E3E5G-'5E'eE2QI5E2Q'I5GT2Ei'3'5EZ5"-ZD IZ?-3+L15i-T523 Y! All E P NS si P P as eter an V, ,N Peanut Butter w . ,., W An E. K. Pond Product V, H A different peanut butter im- proved by hydrogenation- Ei smooth as Creamery butter. . No oil separation. Peter Pan Peanut Butter melts in the mouth. E. K. Pond Company 'H 0 ,1.- H ffffl f ,-.'. iEf,,my-T11 f-.-.- E2E-'3E-5E5Ei+E5Ei+E-'3C'4'2T-i"ZEE3t-"15+33E'JQEt3QEQ l 13 El ,... .. ..,. - ..,. - .... - .1.. - .... - .... - .... -n..- .... - .,.. - .... ......- . ., - .,.. -u..-,..- .... -.,.-.,--.,... ,,,, - ,,,, -,,,- ,,,, -u,,-,,-U,-,45 Q E Q E H 1 f H 1 Compliments 1 E E E 1 Eg E FISHER ICE CREAM E CQMPANY T way I : E E S E 1 F5 E : E : Sr :g....-u,.-,.n- .E,, - .E.. - E.EE - .,E. - ,,.. - .... -- .,,. - .,., - .,.. - ,,.. - .... - E... .. .... ...m- ,... - ,.E. - .... - .... ..w- .... .. ..,. - .,.. -...-,.,-.,.......-..i 'S Um- H ,,,,f 1 ,-l1f 1E1',,11fy-Fm GEQEEEEEEQEQCZEEECPINZFSQEZEQSPPEDEZZKZD is 'V E Y E 3 H H 'F H Y Ei 'V Ii 'P 1 ESEEQ WE'f3E5S+E2E,'2E5E-f++Z'-EEZE'-Z2gI9f'-'53'35f'-'Z2.3 QI 5 ,,,,-,,-M ----,-,---.--------- 4 ---- ,,-,,-, 'fl' . 1 1' 9 1 1 5 14'r E l r'r 8 1 RIDGE COMMUNITY CENTER FORUM 1 8 E' Season 1931-1932 + 1 1 ,., 1 1 1 11 2 Q16 2 6 -.- l .- f : T Vial 4-, October 6, 1931--The NVelsh Imperial Singers 52, - ' .,. E November 17, 1931-Thr' Rorrzance of a Carfoonisz'-Bruce Bairnsfather Q December 8, 1931--The Asfozmdirzg Story of Radizzm-Dr. Luther S. H. 6 Wf' T Gable T 'A' is I January 19, 1932-Bezzzzfy mm' Tl'dg0lI,j' UIIIICI' Ihr Sea-Mr. E. XVil- I Q Eg ' 11511715011 T 'G' ww February 16, 1932-Hrzuzlcf-Sir Philip Ben Greet and the Ben Greet --f :S Players S 4 l I x'r If 1 1 11 . 1 1 5 1 I S ,, Q 1 .W 9 ! E YQ' 1 3 'Pr l o I w4'r S Morgan Park Trust S Savmgs Bank S +1 : , ! N41 3 1 Longwood Drlve at 111th Street 8 +r E I vrr IS 1 11 1 I W lf' 1 F 1 I 6 1 0999 1 '11 1 1 1 3 nr I TXVENTY-SIX YEARS OF SUCCESSFUL BANKING ON THE RIDGE I vw Y' f E E 16 ! I N41 F 1 I I ya-y Q i w"r 411.1-11 lvviiiliiiiviilvvil nu-u:nu1- 1111 --nn-nniuiul1lg!y 11 -5 1 3 I, Om' H1111d1'1'c1'Eiglzty-Five S EZEQQQGQEQQSQQGQGQGQQQQQQQQQQQKQKQQQKQES X ? 2 X -vw i A.. 'WE K qy f .. w 32 I N Axx 522529 n.I.....""'f... KXPMT QNX 5 """" I 3 A J Nf' Xi,,"-""?3' ' xB'N',gjv ihggf. M14 Q!! 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I 5 Dvpwzdablaf Serrira' V, 1 Couzplinzmfs from a We Specialize in F R N D 4 is GOOD CANDY AND FRESH NUTS Located at TASTY SANDYVICHES A' I South Water Market l and V' REAL SODA FOUNTAIN SERVICE V' Phone: Beverly S252 Q Ts' 1952 Monterey Avenue 'f MORGAN PARK .+ T F 5 l V' 'T 1.7 F 0 i S Beverly 3460 Perry H. Brooks i BAKERY AND PURE FOOD SHOP " C. Werne1', Prop. PHILLIPS 4 "Sc'rz'iu' Wiflv L1 Smile ETHYL E I Qualify All flu' WfJilz"' 66 Y' 3osoW.111mST. . Ph BB ii' 6341 Chi' 0 - - fi 1 Om eww who Monterey Service Station S Xve Dellver 176+ Monterey Ave. Chicago, Ill. Q E V 1 JOHNSON DRUG CO. The di IOJRD STREET AND HALE Avia. M0l,gd'1 Park Cdfefgria Q 2 B ' i i l ei er Y 8865 1728 Monterey Ave. + ,, ! v v W,l7t'II you fwl fha! yearning for V' A Rt,gjXfl,,.l.d pjmrmuvisf qoml home Fllflkillg, fomr' fo Vi!'Fl1l',S Almwx on Dnfy and bv safixfivrf. H' ' i F : 9 .i..-..-..- ,... - ..., -..-.-..-..-...-. .-.--- .-. .....-.--- -....-Ng. 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Racine Ave. 1206 1210 XV. 14th St. 9 6 i Roosevelt lm 6 'fi' Q 'V STATE BANK OF BEVERLY HILLS N, Ashland Ave. and 95th Street 6' I N2 1 if 'S Strength f Convenience 1 Courtesy Shzrf Your Career Wifb A Savings Account Here T ,N 3..-..-..-I.-..-..-..-...........-..-..-,.-......-..-..-..-......-...-..-..-..-..-..- -..-..-..Q 6 XS Om' Hnndrcd Xincfy-One 13, I1 11 11 11 I1 I1 I1 11 E1 15 15 5 S 15 15 E5 5 55. .'f23F5E53-'5E3'-5ZF"'3ZE5gZt3Z+?-33'St3'-E'35f3 h3 gi ..., - .... -n.-w-...-l..- .... - .... - ..K. -n.,- .... - ..,. - .... -..-......- ,.., .. ,.,. -M-n.,-n.-.,-...-..-...-..-..,-.T gl " l Compliments V is F R o M A F R 1 E N D S E UNIGN STOCK YARDS lg 6 Z CHICAGO 2 wg l l A A 2 4- 4 gi SPIESMRREQS., Ine. H Official jewelers to Class of 1931 E' +, STATIONERS DANCE PROGRAMS Q 4- E3 7 E NI Street CHICAGO Sth Fl lg W f E . 55 Phones: Beverly 4021-4022 Q S l U ELMER E. FULTZ U H Q GRGCERY AND MARKET A Er Prompt Deliveries H " 1824 West 103rd Street Ch go Ill ff 35' k Compliments ESV G MORGAN PARK CASH MARKET tg G?-236523 iam i O. J. KORDEWICK 9 E 'Y' r g i -V' E 1947 NIONTEREY AVE Pho B ly 8801 0 05 i H NG .in-1 llll illhli-Illl1llVli llll 1' llll l 'lll T llll T"ll""f"'lV"lu"TV"l 'll' i"""l"i""""""'m"f "" L' "" 1"'W'1l1ll1'l'1'l'4-"lli'l"'1H'l'1'0g 4 4 H 0110 Hmzdrcd .Yifzefy-Tim H i2i3E5EC"4-1'-'E +E5E5EZ'+Z3ZZE'-Z?',.IQ?,!Qf33?-EE-'.'E 31522 , ,. 1 .,.-.h.-..-.-..-..-..-..-..-...-.. .... ..-..-..-..-..-...-.-.-..-..-..-.- --- ' l K A D E N , S Phone Bev. 1281 Willard Batteries if 1942 Monterey Avenue , T T R A c Y G A R A O E Y 3 Dunkel ac Smith l f 'f' L REPAIRING 1 ACCESSORIES l TIRES .,. New siyle ideas in young men's lg and young w0'mc'rz's apparel I T 1818 West 103rd St. Chicago, Ill. 1? F : , l ' l 1 MORGAN PARK TEA ROOM . 5 I C0lIlpIIll1FP1fS Y, Q maj I 1758 Monterey Ave. Phone Bev. 3500 of lf l MRS. MARGIE M. BASON, Hosfrss M E R R I M A N 'I' T LID AND , A I t ' 1 R H 0 D E S T Sperm! Faczlltzes for Przvafe T Luncheons and Parties Q 5 l .ff l 1 LOVING BROS. I 1 . + i . G. A. Grocer and Market Compliments T QUALITY FOODS if 5 f 1 -. 0 A' 5 H 1740 W.99thSt. A FRIEND 'f' i Phones Bev. 5900-5901-5902 1 vv' E 1 1 Q Weddivzg and Party Cakes a Spcfiulfy Tb? ls' Commurzify Giffe E5 Tog ' 1 show T Bewr1y's Popular Toggrry vp T FOR LADIES1lNF.-KNTS-CHILDREN'S XYYEAR Q i Ladies' Silk Dresses SS-95, SIO.7S, SIS-00 i 1822 W. iosrd Sr. and up T 1812 West 99th Street 4- Cedarcrest 2:81 I Phone: Beverly 6148 CHICAGO all iill llllT l ill TTTTT llllflI-illTl'-'llTill."Z'lT"i.'T"'i"Tl.'7 O nv H1m11'rvdX1'111'ty- T111 E3 E+EE+'3Z'3'.Q+ ZZEZEZM wfr f ,.-.. .... ..-.- -.-..- - - - - v+ I : Telephone Beverly 2152 I N91 , I I N91 , . I SIN G I. 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Goldwasser T3 e 1' e r I y S w i 1' I 4 I 11062 Vincennes Avenue CROQUINOLE 1 GABRIELEEN I W' A Conzplffff Lim' of Srbool Supplies A F L55 Tod" T1L'QB10vkS fV0"' fbi' Ptoflllllllfllf Wfaring and Finger Y Building uyaring I Boys' and Girls' Furnishings ARCADE SHOPS VP! 5 and F The Last Word in Novelties 11037 Hale Avenue Phone Bev. 0646 I if' I V' Morgan Park Service Phone Cedarcrest 1110 I Station way Myrick Brothers I RED CROWN, ETHYL AND SOLITE DR' JAMES NOWLAN 'f' GASOLINE D E N TI S T i PENNSYLVANIA, MOBILOIL AND iff POLARINE O1Ls I Homewood HI Mont9feY Avenue 9453 S. 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S7 ' .J 3' jafultp XX L112E's MEANING 1 l E HAT is life-but thought moving from impression to expression! lt 'X 14:51 is that with all creatures, man or beast, to the tiniest and most in- J gxx , ' significant of beings. However, it is through expression only that thought rif manifests itself. It a trout sees you first, he will dart to safety, if he 555 1 aa as 3 xi.. 24 i V 4 ,JQA ff wi fi ei ,. J . 'N W1 ff 410-11 . ' x as X . T 'Y P R 5 4 2 I , 4 L .4 . rf I I C 1, i doesn't, he may be caught. It,s a poor fisherman, indeed, who doesn't know that and act accordingly. The fish acts from instinct, man reasons. It is man't ability to act upon reflection which sets him above all other creatures and makes him their master. This is true of primitive man, hunter and fisherman, and more so of the man of affairs of today. What makes the diHCerence?-Civilization. And what is that? Experience trans- mitted from generation to generation. Transmitted how?-By the ability of man to communicate his experiences to, and interpret those of, others. Books are the great store-house of knowledge. In them are recorded man's achievement in all lines of endeavor, his thoughts, feelings, and desires. The key to this storehouse is his ability to read and to understand. However, there are many shelves in this store-house, to reach which one needs to climb sometimes steep and often narrow stairways and the eye will have to look closely to find what it seeks. Ability to read and to in- terpret, therefore, must be brought to a high degree of perfection. That's why the study of language, man's mode of communication, a-nd that of literature, the treasure chest of his knowledge, should constitute the major part of our education. It has taken ages to reach the stage of civilization we enjoy today. To truly live, we must keep abreast of the times, move ever onward and up- ward, or-at least try to do so. We must gather new impressions from the old, create new thougts and formulate their adequate expression. "We live in deeds, not years, in thoughts, not breath, In feelings, not in figures on a dial. We should count time by heart-throbs. He most lives Who thinks most, feels the noblest, acts the best." Such is life-that is worth living. And it is a "gay" life, ifl. Nm f n H .f I3 3. Y. 3 El if 'f I3 ,,., ,V El Y fl 'f V .,. V, .,., ll C2-'5CZ'l5G"-2E3G'-5E5E5C5feG-ffl'5EQK5BQ?9+3Z?19+13DZ" l l 4 ,l I 1 lztwifi' if ws' Robert C. Antonides Pbysiml Erlnculiou Ga'm'ral Scit'm'e University of Illinois, B.S. J - ,C f f Ji,,,if,f V 9 ,1-fvfcww Lucy E. Babcock Zoology Syracuse University, Pl1.B. Alma E. Bauman Englixlr University of Chicago, Pl1.B. Bessie B. Bell SL'fl'7lt'l' University ofCl1ic.1g0, B.S. University of Michigan, MS. Marie Bellinghausen t GL'l'IllL1ll, l:l'1'Ilt'l1 Ntwrrliwcstcrn University, BS. Richard S. Beardsley Altlflwlllulii i University of Minnesota, NLS. Margaret Brown Sjmuivlr Northwestern University, B.A. XV1lliam B. Calkins Sliorllwamf, Ti1'fYl'1l'l'ifiVI4Q University of Chicago, Ph.B. William -I. Balilmzm I"1'i'i'-burnf irml Mi'ilm11ii'irl Drum mg University of Illinnim B.S. John C. Benette Frwlrll, Gi'ui'ml StiiL'llLT University nf Clxicngo, B.S. 23G-eC2'-eE5E:5EZ+EZ'E5E5EiN3Z5'Z5"-ZJ5'Z+3SE.'.?.D+35T1D?Z" 232'2E5E5E5EE5E5E'2EZ++ZZE'-ZE'.ZK'95?.'.DE.'9g.'Q 'r mfr Helena Callis l 4' English 1 University of Chicago, Ph.B. 5 l 9 1 Lillian Condit QDeanj H 9 . English University of Chicago, Phli. -v- 1- Q Meroe Conlan Fwrzrlw, Lirlin 4. University of Chicago, Ph.B. Q Q Loretta R. Delahunt Hislnry De Paul University, PILB. 4- LI. Athena Fischer 'A H0llSa'l70lif SL'il'I1l't' ' Indiana State Teachers' College, A.B. 9 "' Evangeline B. Hibbarcl I.l!7l'1ll'fLllI 4- + E. Ellen Fuhrman - Q I A English University of Michigan, A.B. 1 Q Jane M. Gahl Pbjsirnl Etflfiwlliofz Normal College of American U 4, Gymnastic Union, G.G. . . l Many G. 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The greater your efforts have been in high school the greater will be your rewards in college. Those of you who are going into the business world will find that your four years of effort are a decided asset, for they have made you better equipped to succeed in whatever vocation you choose to follow. Above all, you will remember the part that the teachers played in putting you where you are today. They had patience with you when you were in trouble and raised your spirits when you were discouraged. They, as much as anyone, like to see you succeed. Therefore, live up to the high standards of Empehi. You will be proud to say that you are graduates of Morgan Park. I congratulate you on your achievements and wish you the greatest possible success in the new world you are about to enter. ROBERT W. NIITCHELL, Editor-in-Chief, 1930 Annual, University of Illinois. Tzvcntx X zu 53C2'1"3E+G1f. +E5E'Z++3'-55'Z+ZZ+3Z+Z9E'-QE'-QE-'EESZ .V ,.. 'f 'f ,, ,, 'r 'f 'f ll 'f li ,. 'f V ,, 'r 'I iff 'f 'f 'f Th i rt 31 FEBRUARY GRADUATES Virginia Eagle "Gin" "Gin's" always "peppy" aml can easily ki-rp you laugh- ing with ber amusing happy-gn-liiclzy ways. No wonder uw' all like her! S. A.5 Civic Committee 1, 35 Annual Collector ll Social Committee 45 Girls' Glee Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 45 "jerry of Jericho Road" 35 "From Mandalay to Piccadilly" 45 Orchestra I, IQ Annual Staff 41 Latin Club 41 Girl Reserves 3, 45 Pep Committee 45 Interclass Volley Ball IQ Class President 4. Arlington NORTHWILSTEIQN George Grosscup "T0rfb3f" "TorrlJ" has Iizrd up In bis name ns a shining light on ilu' football firlzl in nnuiuy u frnrinl IIIOIIIFIIIIQ no lvss brilliantly bas be "rarrif'Il on" in Ihr position of Viva'- Prcsiilvn! of ilu' F1'l7r1in1'-1' class. S. A.5 Civic Committee IQ Room Secretary 15 Annual Collector IQ Snap-Shot Collector 45 Ticket Salesman 41 Hi-Y 1, 1, 3, 43 Emblem Club 3, 4, President 45 Inter- class Football I, 15 Interclass Track 1, 1, 35 Football 1, 1, 35 Swimming 1, 1, 3, 4, Captain 45 Tennis 45 Class Vice-President 41 Social Committee Chairman 4. Vanderpoel DENISON William W. Reed "Bill" Talk about musicians-"Bill" n'I'fainly is one of ilawn. He is a Illflllbff of bulb llir lmml aml fllv orl'lJI'slra. S. A.5 Room Secretary 1, :5 Room Treasurer 11 An- nual Collector lg Fire Guard 3, 42 Locker Inspector 3, 42 Band 1, 1, 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 3, 45 Spanish Club 45 Zoology Club 15 Faraday Club 1, 35 R. O. T. C. 1, 1. Arlington UNIVERSITX' or WISCONSIN William Watson "Bill" SlJ3', quid, and a uriwlc flwss pliiyrr-fl1u!'s "BilI." S. A.5 Management Committee 12 Room Secretary 21 Room Treasurer IQ Boys' Glee Club 45 "From Manda- lay to Piccadillyu 45 Quilpen 1, 1, 3, 4, Vice-President 35 Literary Club 3, 4, President 45 Faraday Club 3. Arlington UNIVERSITX' or WISCONSIN Edna Bergstrom "Eddie" "EIlIlir"s" Slt'L'L'l' anal syiiilnlfbefiv IIt1lIll'L'lII5pll'l'X lun'- inonious fo-operation anmug ibosr' worlzing uilli luv' for fbi' Girl RI'svr1'rs uml fbi' Fl'l'lIl'lJ Club. S. A.: Tau Epsilon 3, 45 Literary Club 41 French Club 3, 4, "Maid of France" 3, "Gringoire" 4, Music Chair- man 45 Ring Committee 4. Calumet UNIVERSITY or CHICAGO Helen Bradley Her Sl'l'l0llSIIPSS is 1m'rI'l3f un onicr guise, for Hvlrii is in rralify of a lnzppy nml jovial disposition. S. A.5 Tau Epsilon 4Q Glee Club 3, 4Q "From Manda- lay to Piccadilly" 45 Spanish Club 1, 3, 45 Girls' Em- blem Club 3, 45 Interclass Baseball 31 Interclass Volley Ball 3, 42 Ring Committee 4. Arlington Marjorie Burnett "Marge" Haw you cwr nolicvil ilar ll1!'l'l'j' iwinklr in Mar- iorir's eyes? Her fun-loving spiril rouplcrl with ber originalily in writing ara' qualiiirs we all admire. S. A.5 Tau Epsilon 42 Literary Club 4g French Club 2, 3, 45 Botany Club 45 Girl Reserves 1, 3, 4. Brainerd CHICAGO NORMAL Cotuacrz li 'f 9 Q li lt li ll , 'F Q ll 3 li .23E2Ei+G'-5253512 +2533 E'!E+3Q3Zs3Q23 "'E3EZ'E'-5E55GfeG'2-3G.-'5E2E2?+",-!i'.DE-'Z+3Z+ i-'Qt-'TCE'-353323 ii 3+ W' James Coen ul"'1n 1 Notre Dunn' bus always been fulnons for its football train, anal, from flu' lnolzs of "Iin1's" carc'i'1' at Morgan Pork, Notre Dann' uill br' ii grratvr surrrss uflvv' br ur'- 'P rizvs. S. A.5 Interclass Football 45 Football 4. St. Ignatius Academy NOTRE DAME -P Y Duane Colburn HDl'llf'l'j'U Q Duane lJas been an iniulnublv nlcmlzvr of flu' Art Club. V His tartoons burr tallvil forth many iz luarly lnngb. S. A.5 Hall Guard 11 Room Secretary 3: Art Club 3, -4- 45 Empehi News 4: Spanish Club 35 R. O. T. C. 2, 3, 4. is Arlington ART INsTiTvT1: if Ruth Coleman A girl who bas iron many frirnils by bw' guntlz' l0iL'l' 4 nml radiant snzilv. Rn1lJ is us ilvprfnfablv and ejirivnt ns sbt' is goorl-looking. S. A.5 Management Committee I, 45 Civic Committee 4- 2, 35 Room Secretary 1, 35 Room Treasurer 2, 4: Social Committee lg Tau Epsilon 3, 41 Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 45 "Pickles" 25 "Jerry of Jericho Road" :GQ 4- "From Mandalay to Piccadilly" 45 Annual Staff 45 Quil- pen 45 Literary Club 3, 45 French Club 45 Girl Reserves i, 2, 3, 4. Treasurer 3, Cabinet 45 Interclass Volley Ball, 'P Captain IQ Prom Chairman 4. Vanderpoel UNIVERSITX' oif CHICAGO 4- Ruth Colman TVB are glad Ruth iferizliul' to griulllutv uitlr ns after 4, 11 year's attrmlancv at an0tln'r school. We uri' pronll of hor ability as a student and iw enjoy bm' as ul frirml. S. A.5 Annual Collector 35 Tau Epsilon 45 Girls' Glee yi- Club 2, 31 "Jerry of Jericho Road" 35 Zoology Club IQ ' Girl Reserves 2, 3, 42 Interclass Baseball 2, 31 Interclass Soccer 45 Annual Staff 42 Gift Committee 4. At Parker, 'P P. C. l.. 3, 45 Owls 35 Interclass Volley Ball 4. Hyde Park 4 Y Dorothy Davidson "Dot" Did anyone vwr brar of "Dof's" heaping ulzsolntfly H' quiet for film' ivbolr minutes? Neitbrr :liil uf. Bn! ' tbatls what iizalcvs bw' so rnnrlv fun and lamps us ron- stantly a1nusn1'. V' S. A.5 Glee Club 2, 35 "Jerry of Jericho Road" 51 Empehi News 3, 41 French Club 3, 42 Girl Reserves 2, 3. Hirsch Junior High MONNIOUTH V S Mary Flanigan "Mar" v' Our ranity is f0ll1'l'IFil u'bwmi'vr ur talk to Mary- sbf makes such u flattering listener. 8 S. A.: Room Secretary IQ Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4. 4' Vanderpoel CHICAGO NORMAL COLLEGE wa' Seth Fornell "Zeus" F Seth is a qnivf fellow notnl for bis exfellent work in bis studies. lf S. A.5 Tau Epsilon 45 Glee Club SQ Latin Club 45 A Aero Club 3, 45 Budget Committee 4. Arlington 'f 1+ 5232+322 +G'-5 nfl 'r , V+ 4 i l i -f 4 'F yi- 'f 'fi 'f 'r 'r 'f nf' I 'f 'f 'f 'F , ,Q l F A Q l 4 g wr ' F I 1 ,, F l 'FY Tl1n'ly-Om' Z?-3+ E'-"DE-'Zt3Kr':3 .lr 4 ,: A fji M14-2 . - Q 59.4 A. 1,7 ix' 'j' '-ff 4- 1, . Q V ., 5 51' 'pta' ,V A v' . .. - ' 3,1 Ji' -'ri-"T, V --"' -. ' ' .-rim. ' Q.-3.,,'e5.-.' , 1 -A 5. ' 1 -,+A Y-55,1-' ' eh, 'env-" 1 1 'A'- wma- ' 1.0 'qu ' , -'XA .hh 1, -, .--4. 'a,-'wp-., H: .oy '. 4'g-ufwf U aj , -1-" 5, 1 5 9 X fr' U fixsfiwxff- - rf,-, . 74' .u ' .,2,:-,msg--2 .WG " l' fr., QA , A . -, '-ta QQ, .J-. ' wmfvqj E1 if gms APG '..v' ,vw Arc! ,W x I lv: I . - . ,L . , vu, l . 41 fy . . - .- , . vw "1 1- ,. . fi . -, 4 . ' 'f.,'f.-' ' N' ' 41' " L-. , - 1, 4' ' 1f'f"',"l: '31-':',., 15151-rj". ' I . : .- A '- V - - ' . .4 ' . 3 V. 'sm ' f3':'v5 5 . .., vw, . - ik:-L5 L , MX . - X.. , K .nalq-,. ' . 'Q , -' -' ' A ' E- 7 9, '5 .vi .v4 n s ,', x - g Q. gf, 'v '-C-'v I . 1, , +41--L ff :pl .V V 'f ,V .V r V .V .V .V Ii 'r 'f r 'f ,V .V 'f ,V .V ,V 'r Tiff.-fy iw Walter Gannott "W7ally" "Wally" bas taken upon bimself the responsibility of exlra siudies Ibis last semesler and devotes all llaat excess energy that be onee used as a rbeer-leader, to slurlying. S. A.5 Tau Epsilon 45 Literary Club 3, 45 Empehi News Staff 35 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 R. O. T. C. 2, 35 Cheerleader 45 Football 35 Chess and Checker Club 4. Arlington Jessica Gault "less" "jess" is one of those girls wbo go out for every sport tba! eoines along in sebool life. S. A.5 Annual Collector lj Room Secretary 35 Annual Staff 4Q Tau Epsilon 3, 45 Stage Craft Club 35 Literary Club 45 Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 45 Equestrian Club 3, 45 Emblem Club 43 Interclass Volley Ball 1, 35 Interclass Basket-ball z, 3, 45 Baseball 2, 3, 45 Interclass Soccer 45 Budget Committee 4. Arlington KNOX Ruth Goebel "Goosie" In Ruth, a keen sense of humor is combined wilb an I'.xeeIifiz'e abilily surpassed by few. Senn High: Dean's Round Table IQ Orchestra lj Honor Society IQ Morgan Park: S. A.5 Tau Epsilon 1, 35 Quilpen 35 Botany Club 2, 35 Zoology Club 35 Girl Re- serves IQ Interclass Basket-ball 25 Gift Committee Chair- man 4. Senn UNIVERSITY or ILLINOIS John Guderyahn Iobn is one of tbe boys around srbool who is always out for a team of some sort. His Ilefermination always puls birn in wiila the fellows as a "regular guy." S. A.5 Orchestra IQ R. O. T. C. I5 Emblem Club 4, 55 Interclass Baseball 2, 35 Interclass Football 1, 3, 55 Interclass Wrestling 3, 45 Interclass Track 43 Inter-room Basket-ball 3, 55 Winter Sports Club 35 Baseball 3, 43 Football 3, 45 Wrestling 4. Esmond John B. Hanna "I0bnny" Learning bow fo sfamp his fee! in rbildbooil may bam' sfarlezl lobn on bis way Io fame bolb as a pianist in the Rhythm Kings' Orrbeslra and as a Captain in ilu' R. O. T. C. S. A.5 Management Committee 35 Room Secretary 45 Board of Control 3, 45 Annual Collector 25 "Jerry of Jericho Road" 35 "From Mandalay to Piccadilly" 45 Jazz Orchestra 3, 45 Faraday Club 3, President 35 Aero Club 3, 4, Business Manager 3, President 45 Hi-Y 45 R. O. T. C. I, 1, 3, 4, Officers' Club 3, 4, Ist Lieutenant 3, Captain 4, Rifle Team 1, 3, 4, Picked Company 3, Picked Soldier Contest 3, :nd Place, City Finals 35 Prom Committee 4. Newton High School, New York Bos'roN TECH Howard Hannapel "Hanny" Houunl is well liked by bis friends. Hz"s always ou! for a good time-anyufbere but al school. S. A.5 Room Treasurer IQ Room Secrernry 15 Tau Epsilon lg Interclass Football 1. Calumet UNIVERSITY or ILLINOIS Johanna Hille Iofmnna, reserrerl bu! capable, is slufezl for siircvss in fbi' business worlzl. S. A.5 Girl Reserves z, 3, 45 Commercial Club 42 Social Chairman 45 Volley Ball 2. r r r r 'f r r 'f r 'r 'f 'f fi li li 'f 'f 'f EEEEEEGTQEQEEEEGEEZNZQEZKQEKQKQZEEQEQEQEZ Q3E5E5C2I2G1QE5C2'-5E5E5EZfZZB'.Z9EZEZ?-'-9E'E!JEZP,LZJ?,lQ F3 V 1,4 li 'Y' 4' 1,9 'F 4 Q 9 9 'F 'P 'P 9 9 9 T 9 9 'Y Letson Joor Latson is known to his rlassmates as "the man with ambition." The fart that he holds an outside job in order to attend srhool makes him merit the name. S. A., Room Treasurer I, lg Annual Collector I, 1, Debating Club 1, 1, 3, R. O. T. C., Honor Platoon 45 Interclass Football 1, 4, 6, Track 1, 4, 6, 8, Interclass Baseball I, 3. Arlington LAKE FOREST on MEDILI. Florence Judson "Flory" Docs merry "Flory" like to tease! Well, you just ask any helpless person who ever sat in front of her. S. A., Glee Club 3, 4, Botany Club 1, Girl Reserves 1, 1, 3. Vanderpoel HILLSDALE Dolores Lagerstrom "Del" Bashfnl "Del" is unusually gifted. Her original wit anznses us, and her abilities as artist and pianist rharm us. S. A., Stage Craft Club 3, Literary Club 3, Annual Statf 4Q Spanish Club 3, Zoology Club 2, Girl Reserves I, 1, 3, 45 Interclass Basket-ball 3, Interclass Soccer 3, 4. Arlington Robert Longley "Bob" "Bob," the able supply officer of the R. O. T'. C. and a leading member of the Glee Club, has plated his name among the prominent members of his class. S. A., Management Committee 4, Civic Committee 1, 4, Room Secretary 3, Room Treasurer IQ Tau Epsilon 4Q Glee Club 3, 45 "jerry of Jericho Road" 3, "From Mandalay to Piccadilly" 41 Literary Club 42 French Club 4, Faraday Club 3, 4Q Zoology Club 1, Hi-Y 4g R. O. T. C. I, 1, 3, 4. Sutherland PURDUE Harriet Mason We admire Harriet for her nnajferted style and quiet reserve. S. A., Room Treasurer IQ Tau Epsilon i, 3, Glee Club 1, 3, 4, Operas 1, 3, 4, "Pickles" ZQ "Jerry of Jericho Road" 3, "From Mandalay to Piccadilly" 4, Annual Staff 4, French Club 3, 42 Girls' Emblem Club 3, Inter- class Valley Ball lg Prom Committee 4. Humberside Collegiate, Toronto, Can. Bruce Miller Bruce is well known in the lnnrhroom where he has worked a good deal of the time. That he is an vfivirlit student is denzonstrated by the fart that he has rom- pleted high school in three and a half years. S. A., Junior Band IQ Senior Band 2, 3, 4, Annual Art Staff 3, R. O. T. C. I, 1, 3, 4, Ist Sergeant 3, 4, Honor Battalion 3, Rifle Team 1, 3, Hearst Trophy Shoot 1, 3, National Rifle Association Shoot 1,3, Inter- Company Shoot 1, 3, Inter-Company Track Meet 1, 1, 3, 4, Inter-Class Track Meet I, 1, 3, 4, Football 3, Tennis Team IQ Ring Committee 4. Vanderpoel UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Harry Moeller "Right" We are all glad to have had Harry some to Morgan Park. His entertaining personality and quirk wit hair made him liked by all. Joliet H. S., Parker H. S., Calumet H. S., Morgan Park S. A., '19-'30, Ring Committee 4. Calumet UNIVERSITY or CHICAGO Tllirty- Three .,., ,V "1 r r r ,V r r r r Ii Ii r li ,. If If r r r r r 23EG"-5C2'-'3E5G'i+EEE+Q-'-'?2Z++2.'Q+ZZEC'.Q+ E'-255155133323 23E5E5E5F5EEE'2E5E2"Z+23+Z3E'-Qi+ZZE-'ZEiZ3a3 ' 'f 'r 9 li Ii Ii 'r Q 4 Ii I3 5 9 9 il ii Il Y? 3 Ei if 'V' 1 ' 'i ' Earl Pennington "Perf, l Eurlft skill in playing lmn-lmll giiiiml for him u place 9 l in fbi' Emblvnz Club. S. A.5 Glee Club 3: Orchestra t, 15 "Tulip Time" I: "Pickles" 15 "From Mandalay to Piccadilly" 45 Jazz 9 Orchestra IQ R. O. T. C. I, 12 Emblem Club 4Q Inter- class Baseball IQ Interclass Football 1, 3, 45 Interclass Basket-ball 3, 45 Baseball 4. 4' Kohn Uxivignsi'rx' oif I1.1.iNols ' -9 Louise Pflasterer "B1u1i13"' Aiiyoui' iroulif lbmlt Ibn! Lvuixi' uns Ihr originator of fbi' pbrrm' "VIN la Franrt'." Nalirr ber nmrkril rn- ' fhmiiuiu 1l'lJl'l'4' tbiugs Frrrirb nrt' roui'i'rin'il! S. A.5 Tau Epsilon 1, 3, 45 Christmas Festival IQ "jerry of jericlio Road" 52 Art Club 1, 35 Annual Art T Staff 3, 45 French Club 1, 3, 4, Secretary 1, Vice-Presi- dent 3, President 45 Spanish Club 4g Girl Reserves x, 1, 3, 41 Girls' Emblem Club 3, 45 lnterclnss Volley Ball 35 Social Committee 4. Sullivan KI. H. S. UNIVERSITY or Ci-iicaoo Q Gwendolyn Rauch "Gu't'n" Gicwiilrnlyli ri'miml's nr of if i1i'u11iri', lilflr QIHIICUY 4 nmiil-xu'r'i'I, qiiiri, aml ejiriviil. S. A.5 Quilpen 1, 1, 3, 45 Gift Committee 4. Arlington Umvrksirv or' lVllCHIGAhf T ' Catherine Robertson "Twin" -v- - "Ki:-Yi" Ihr kind' of n prrxon who lvlx imflving ii'urry , bvr, buf .xbr i'om't'r1h'aft'r zvilb ii zrill ivbrii if's up fo brr tu muki' ilu' play. ' 'P S. A.5 Tau Epsilon IQ Spanish Club 1, 3, 42 Botany Club 1, 3, 45 Zoology Club 15 Girl Reserves I, 1, 35 I lnterclass Basket-ball 35 lnterclass Vollcy Ball 1, 35 In- " tcrclass Soccer 1, 3. Barnard LJNIVTQRSITY oif ILLiNois 4 Margaret Robertson "Twin" A'l1I!',lltll't'f ix fbi' Ulbrr half of lfu' firiux. Hrr' rrliulvil- ifly ix iilunyx lo i1i'rli'prmlril upon. S. A.5 Tau Epsilon 1, 31 Literary Club 5, 45 Spanish . Club 1, 35 Botany Club 1, 3, 45 Zoology Club 1, 35 9 Faraday Club 32 Girl Reserves t,1,3,45 Pep Committee 45 Emblem Club 1, 3, 4, President 3, 41 Basket-ball Team 3- 4: Soccer 1, 3, 4, Captain 3, 45 Baseball 3, 45 Volley Ball 3, 4. Barnard UNix'L.Rsi'rY oi' Ituvois Q Otto Sauermann Jr. Oflu ix run' of our qnirf fi-llniii iilm gum abou! flix uurlq uilfmiil ii big fnxi iunl iiliniyi filv in. WH' uri' vfllillg In mixx Dim. S. A.: Band i, 11 R. O. T. C. I, 1, , Barnard Pukoun Clifford Schmitt "Clif" "Clif" is .vt'r1si!it'i' io mnxir in iimny furzm. Hi' frlilyx flu' rinliu will: ilu' fonfli ami ,fm-ling uf im tirfisl. I-Ii' 'Y- ri'ij1mnl.i iilmosi at zwll fo ilu' ili'lii'i1fr' rhmrrlu of tl nm- f1ll'!'-Ylili' luring him fo ilu' lrroml, upru friglviivzy. S. A.: Boys' Glee Club 1, 45 Orchestra 1, 1, 31 4' "Prom Nlandalay to Piccadillyn 45 lnterclriss Track I, 4. Arlington 9 'l'l1i.f,x'-lniiir' Ezfmacfzaczzacra +E2E2E++",-I2D+3Q+3E+?-QES+?-ZQE'3E+3Q2C'i mfr 2322523252 '+3Z+3'Z+?-QE-"-ZD'3'S'35'I-'Q+3QEE'fI3 if li 9 9 ? 9 E 3 9 3 23 9 3 ? li 'S Q9 li 'f 'f 'f 'f Burton Schwind NBIIVV' "Burl" ranks high in xllnlrllf gozwlllilullf, ulhlvlirs, .mil sclJolur.IlJi11. S. A., First Vice-President 41 Civic Committee lj Board of Control 4, Chairman 4, Fire Guard 1. 3. 4, Tau Epsilon I, 3, 4, Faraday Club 3, R. O. T. C. I, 1, 4g Pep Committee 4: Emblem Club 42 Interclass Baseball I, 1, 3, Interclass Football I, 1, 31 Interclass Basket- ball I, lg Interclass Track I, 1, 3: Baseball Team 4. Barnard UNIVLRSITY oi' ILLINOIS Lucille Smock "Lu" Lucille is II "jail: of all fruIlvx" nlilll shi' is HllIlI1fl'f of !'l'L'fj'0l7!".ln The following lisf of Ilrliiilivx is COIIl'llll'lllg proof of her Irrsalility. S. A., Board of Control 41 Room Treasurer 4, Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Secretary 4, Glee Club 4, "Pickles" 1, "From Mandalay to Piccadillyn 4, Annual Staff 42 Art StaH 3, Empehi News 3, Literary Club 3, 4, President 4, Dramatic Club 1, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, "The Silent System" 3, "Overtones" 3, "The Mouse Trap" 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Spanish Club 41 Girl Re- serves 1, 3, 4, Music Committee Chairman 3, 4. Arlington DI5NIsoN Clyde Soellner Clyilf is om' of lhv big "xq11n'I':I'I" in fbi' R. O. T. C. circles. S. A., Fire-Guard 3, 4, R. O. T. C. I, 1, 3, 4, Cap- tain 4, Commercial Club 4. Barnard Charlotte Stenger Happy, lzmghiug "Char," lflfll xpirifx ui lrijifring ami guy as her zlunriug frrl, urls as II ray of xlmxhim' on rbi' ilarkvxt zlny. S. A., Room Treasurer 31 "Tulip Time" IQ "Pickles" 1, "Jerry of Jericho Road" 32 Dancing Club 1, 3, President 1, Empehi News Staff 4. Arlington Kathryn Stevens "Ka3"' "Kay" excels in Irlhlcliux. WH' mlmirv hw' for fhal. We enjoy her, loo, for this u1i.u'hiI'I'o11I zmfun' Ihuf Ihr nwrry lwinklq HI hrr cjrx in-fruzjix. S. A., Snap-Shot Collector 4, Tau Epsilon 4, Literary Club 42 Zoology Club 3, Girl Reserves 4, Girls' Emblem Club 3, 4, Secretary 41 lnterclass Basket-ball 4, Inter- Class Volley Ball 51 Interclnss Soccer 3, 4. Vanderpoel Gordon Stow "GorIl3", To jmlgv by hii high srhnul lftll'l'l'l', "GoI'Ilvi"i" future uill be om' of folzrplrti' Ilirwrx. S. A., Management Committee 1, 3, 4, Civic Commit- tee ll Room Treasurer I, Fire Guard 3, 41 Locker In- spector 3, 41 Tau Epsilon I, 1, 3, 4, Treasurer, Presi- dent 41 Band I, 1, 3, 4, Captain 4, Empehi News 3, 4: R. O. T. C. I. 1. 3, 4, :nd Lieutenant 3, ISI Lieutenant 3, Captain 4, Cflicers' Club 3, 42 Football 1, 3, 4. Arlington Uxiveksirx' or MICHIGAN Edgar Toeper "T0c'rp" Ezlgar ix an l'Kl'l'llL'llf Ifmlvnl limi he bin bvrrz IUYAT rr- liablv in Ihr posilionx hr lm fillril. HI' ix lerzozzw as an olil Ilumllvy for the Boys' Glu' CIIII7. S. A., Management Committee 1, 3, Room Treasurer I, 41 Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Vice-President 42 Glee Club 1, 3, "From Mandalay to Piccadillyu 41 Baseball 1, 3, 41 Interclass Football 3, Emblem Club 4, Gift Commit- tee 4. A. O. Sexton UNIVERSITY oi- ILLINOIS "Chai"' ,ifqi--ffm ,., 'r li 3 'f ,., ,., ,., ,., li ,, , , ,, .V ,. li ,, ,, ESEEEEEESE'-3E2+EZ'Ei'E-52' 33352323 +c::+ca:+cz:++ Lmgrmfzzmzz F r ii if if ,. If 9 F W I if C I if 'f W9 if A 'r x9 xi ii 3 'w ' 1 ,fl Tllirty-Sis' Agnes Viall We all agree tba! to Agnes belongs the blIIe ribbon for ber art in mastering studies and sorial obligations alike. S. A., Management Committee IQ Tau Epsilon I, 4, Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, "Pickles" 2, "Jerry of Jericho Road" 3, Zoology Club I, Faraday Club 23 Interclass Basket-ball 42 Budget Committee 4. Barnard CHICAGO NORMAL COLLEGE George Voris George is one of the nimble Heights" on our basket- ball team. He is an all around goorl fellow. S. A., Tau Epsilon I, Band IQ Empelii News 3, Fara- day Club 3, 4, R. O. T. C. 2, 3, 4, Corporal 3, Oiiice Orderly 2, Interclass Basket-ball I, 3, 42 Basket-ball 3, 4, Captain 4, Golf 3, 4. Vanderpoel UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS Jack West Iark's jolly moral support as well as bis rficicnt tarb- niral work bas been a priceless lgvlp to the stage rrcw, especially :luring "Opera lime." S. A., Management Committee IQ Civic Committee IQ Tau Epsilon 1, 4, Stags-:craft Club 2, 3, Stage Crew 2, 3, 4, Stage Manager 4, R. O. T. C. I, 2, 3, 4, ISC Lieuten- ant 4, Office Orderly 2, 3, 4, Chief 3. Barnard Robert J. White "WlJit" "Whit" bas been a valuable asset as the "silent part- ner" of tbe stage freuu Hr bas ability in other lines, too. We are told tlJat be is a master at solving srivutifr problems. S. A., Empehi News 4, Faraday' Club 3, Radio Club 4, Treasurer 4, R. O. T.C. 2, 3, 4. Arlington Lillian Woida "Lill" Clever, smiling, "Lili" has made herself a valuable asset to our scbool Iifv. Sbe is interesting to talk to aml a pleasure to look at. S. A., Room Treasurer 3, Room Secretary 2, Annual Collector IQ Tau Epsilon IQ Empehi News Staff 4, Zo- ology Club 2, Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, Interelass Base- ball 2, Interelass Soccer 4. Vanderpoel Charles Younger "Cbucle', Peppy "Chuck" will surely be missed. He was always a favorite among tba girls as well as tbe boys. S. A., Annual Collector 4, Boys' Glee Club 4, Band I, 2, "From Mandalay to Piccadilly" 4, Art Club 42 jazz Orchestra 4, R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3, Picked Squad LQ Prom Committee 4. Vanclerpoel UNIVERSITY or ILLINoIs Harold F. Zink Harold is our "little" boy wbo has :lone big things for tbi' PPP Committee. S. A., Civic Committee 2, Board of Control 3, 42 Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, Band, 2, Drum Major 2, Empehi News Staff 3, Annual Staff 2, Faraday Club 3, Pep Committee 3, 4, Chairman 3, 4, Cheerleader 3, Inter- class Basket-ball I, lj Interclass Football 2, 3, 4, Inter- room Basket-ball 3, 4, R. O. T. C. 2, 3, Assembly Com- mittee 4. Arlington UNIVERSITY or ILLINOIS EZEEEZWE'-fri +2526-'5Ei++33+ 3199! P1 H 5 6 s ,.,. - JUNE GRADUATES E 4- Herbert Gunner "Herb" ,, Leadership in aclivilics ana' alhlefics ban' won a name for "Herb" at Empelai. 'T SA., Management Committee 1, 1, 3, 4, Civic Com- ,Q E mittee 1, Social Committee IQ Nominating Committee IQ f Tau Epsilon I, 1, 3, 4, "Empehi on Parade" 4, Hi-Y 42 Wi' R.O.T.C. 1, 3, Emblem Club 3, 41 Basket-ball 1, 3, 4Q vu- Swimming 1, 3, 4, Class President 4. F Arlington UNIX'ERSITY OF ILLINOIS if Eugene Knight "Gene" V' "Gene" is that fall good-looking boy who serred ,.,- so capably as Treasurer of the Senior Class. 5. F S. A., Civic Committee I, 3, Room Treasurer 4, Fire 'F Guard 4, Locker Inspector 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Hi-Y ,Q 4, R. O. T.C 3, 4, Sergeant 3, Lieutenant 4, Oiiicers' 4 F Club 4, Equestrian Club 3, Class Treasurer 45 Budget lf Committee Chairman 4. 4 Vanderpoel UNIVERSITY or ILLINOIS 4 Dorothy Goller "Dot" "Dot" is an example of tbaf old saying "Good things lf arr done up in little packages." vi' - S. A., Room Treasurer I, 1, 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 1, 3, 41 F "Pickles" 1, "Jerry of Jericho Road" 1, 1'Mandalay to lf Piccadilly" 3, Dancing Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Latin w+ Club 3, Treasurer 3, Baseball lg Tennis I, 1, 3, 4, Tennis E Doubles Champion 3, Tennis Singles Runner-Up 3, Soc- lf cer 1, Girl Reserves I, 1, 3, 4. W' Arlington F ,-v- Mary Nell Bort w F Mary Nell is a plcasanf romlvimzlion of charm and ex- f cculire alzilily. we S. A., Civic Committee 1, 3, Room Secretary I, 3, 4, F Room Treasurer I, 4, Glee Club T, 1, 3, 4, L'Pickles" I, lf "Jerry, of Jericho Road" 1, "Mandalay to Picadillyn 33 ,ef Annual Staff 3, 42 Spanish Club 1. f Vanderpoel lf Eloise Abbott "EI" T Merry, inadcap "El" finds it bard to keep quiet for a 4' long enough time Io perform her duties as iligrzijiml Girl Reserve President. lf S. A., Board of Control 3, 4g Management Committee w+ 3, 4, Secretary 3, Treasurer 1, "Pickles" 1, "Jerry of E Q Jericho Roadn 3, "From Mandalay to Piccadilly" 4, Dra- 'F matic Club 4, Girl Reserves I, 1, 3, 4, President 3, 4, w+ "Betty Behave" 4, "Daughters of Men" 4, Prom Com- E 1+ mittee 4. ' F Sutherland UNIVERSITY or ILLINOIS Nr' Wendell Anderson "W'ena'y" wa' Wendell is tlae boy who wrofe our new school song. He N., F is ll.'Fllk7l0lL'l1 in the musical circles of Morgan Park. f S. A., Tau Epsilon 4, Fire Guard 3, 4, Band 1, 3, 45 w+ Radio Club 4, R. O. T. C. 1, 3, 4, Oiicers' Club 4, First 4, E Lieutenant 4. f Esmond ARMOUR INSTITUTE 4 Kenneth Arneman "Kenny" "' "Kenny" is our efficient and good natured major of ,.,. the R. O. T. C. f S. A., Board of Control 43 Management Committee 4: lf Civic Committee I, 3, Room Treasurer 3, Fire Guard 3: ,Q Band 1, 3, 4, Orchestra I, 1, 33 "Pickles" 1, "Jerry of f Jericho Road" 3, Botany Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Hi- lf Y 4, R. O. T. C. I, 1, 3, 4, Captain of Band 4, Oiicers' ,Av Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, Usher 1, Interclass Football 3, f Interclass Baseball 3, Interclass Track. li Vanderpoel CURTIS-WRIGHT AVIATION ScHooL li ll E3E5C5feE5EE5E5E5E2i'EEZZgZ?-3333?-33323 5+3E5GZ-'3E33Gl5E5E2E5E-5Ei'3QfZ5'3ZQ5'SE.'5EQE'.'ZDP,I4DE' if T Helen Arnold "Betty,' T Black eyes beneath a crest of wavy black bair sag- 'Y' grst a fire tbat is hidden from strangers by a su'cr't, mild manner. H S. A.5 Girls' Band 45 Empehi News Staff 3, 4Q Annual 'P Staff 45 Literary Club 3, 4Q Quill and Scroll 3, 41 French Club 3, 45 Latin Club 3, 45 Girl Reserves I, 1, 3, 4, Hi- lf' ,links 25 Interclass Basket-ball 3, 41 Interclass Baseball V' .lv 4- Downers Grove High School Q N, ' UNIVERSITX' or ILLINOIS Wi' WN Bennett Austin "Bennie" f "Bennie" is the snappy little ojicer who carries him- lf' self with an air of assuranrr. As a member of the band 1,' be bas sbown bis skill as a Cornet player. Hr is always f umflromc in any society. 'T S. A.5 Fire Guard 1, 3, 45 Band I, 2, 3, 4: Literary , Club 4, Vice-President 45 French Club, Treasurer 4g R. O. T. C. I, 2, 3, 4, Officers' Club 3, 4, Lieutenant T 3, 4, Captain 41 Radio Club 45 Chess and Checker Club 45 Baseball 4. wir ,fr Martha Bartee "Giggles'l v'Pr A trim blonde maiilrn, known fofber artistic ability. V, ' S. A.5 Glee Club 3, 45 "From Mandalay to Piccadilly" ' f 35 Art Club lg Stage Craft C'lub 15 French Club 3, 45 w"'r Zoology Club 1, 3, 45 Faraday Club 35 Botany Club 21 4. B Hobby Club 35 Girl Reserves I, 25 Girls' Emblem Club H 31 4' Wi' Barnard SCHOOL or FINE ARTS , Eric Batty 'F' Erir: zlisplayvil bis acting nnrl singing ability in "Franz 4- Mandalay to Pircaa'illy." F S. A.5 Civic Committee I, 3: Glee Club I, 1, 3, 45 lf' "Jerry of Jericho Road" 2, "From Mandalay to Pic- Y' cndillyn 35 R. O. T. C. 1, 1. F Barnard NoIvrI-Iwrs'rIznN UNIVERSITH' Qi Q Frances Baum "Franny" 4,7 Fun-loving Framvs brigbtvns srbool life u'itb lim' f marry nonsense. lf S. A.5 Room Secretary IQ Room Treasurer 15 Tau Ep- silon I, 2, 3, 4Q Glee Club 3, 44 "From Mandalay to Pic- lf' cadilly" 35 Literary Club 45 Latin Club 31 Zoology Club 'F' IQ Girl Reserves I, 1, 3, 45 Equestrian Club 1, 4. Y, ' Vanderpoel wf' Dorothy Beese "Dot,' vv-r Tbrrc is no Ilonbt that Dot, a tall fun-lozfing brunrttc, . f likes to lauglag pvrbaps tba! is why sbe gets along so urll in life. , w+r ff S. A.5 Tau Epsilon I, 25 Glee Club 3, 45 "From Man- wg, , dalay to Piccadilly" 35 Stagecraft Club 1, 35 Literary f Club 45 French Club 42 Spanish Club z, 3, 45 Zoology 1+ Club 35 Girl Reserves I, 1, 3, 45 Equestrian Club 3. 4, Barnard . . ROLLINS COLLEGE Vt Agnes Behn "AH .- Agnes, who is prone to look on the bright siilv of life, Y has a reputation as an rfirienry expert in tba Coinmcr- lf' rial Department. 4- S. A.5 Commercial Club 3, 45 Students' Exchange Bookkeeper 3, 45 Literary Club 4. lf I Vanderpoel vi' V 5' Thirty-Eight li V .V r r ,V Y .V .V .V .V .V ,V .V 'f .V ,V ,V .V 'f ,V 'f X EEEEEPEEEESEZEEGEEZHKQEZEZZZEQQQQEQT Carl Bergquist "Burk" Carl is the versatile atblele, equally skillful at football, baseball, or wrestling. Morgan Park's Athletic Depart- ment is surely going to miss bim. S. A., Civic Committee ag Room Treasurer IQ Room Secretary 4g Empehi News Staff 3g Emblem Club 3, 4Q Tau Epsilon 45 Footba'll 3, 45 Baseball 3, 4g Wrestling 3: 4- Central Park Jeanette Berlin Impulsire, good-naturerl Jeanette has Ilarlz curly hair aml sparkling blue eyes, an unusual but pleasing contrast. S. A., Room Secretary I, 35 Annual Collector ag Glee Club 4Q Literary Club 4, Secretary-Treasurer 4Q Botany Club 2. Arlington Rodger Bis ton f X "Ro4lge" Roger bas lda il" bis nay tbrougb srbool, in oper- atic p 0 1 t s an in stbolastie roles as well. . au psi! rchestra 3, 45 Dramatic Club 3, 4 Wh n mp Went Out Co y ' 4, "Vio- 4 erry of ericho Road 3, "From to I dily 4 Empehi on Parade" 45 Us er, , 45 R.O fC. 2, 3, 4, Corporal 3, Sergeant 4. I A 'ngton UNIVERSITY or Cmcixco i U ' ,H U P ul 3' Ma r o a" 4g French Club 2, 3, 4. I ,f ii - i gy J - H ' Ma 'l P' 'l " , " ' Marjorie Black "Marge" "Marge" lives in a world of art and music that lends an added attrattiiwiess to ber already pleasing personal- ity. S. A.g Glee Club 3, 4Q "From Mandalay to Piccadilly" 3, "Empehi on Parade" 45 Stage Craft Club lg Spanish Club 3, 4g Girl Reserves I. Esmond CHICAGO ACADEMY or FINE Ame Wallace Blackford "Blackie" When it comes to studying, "Wally" is there, as all his teachers will verify. This explains bis business-like quietness. S. A., Civic Committee IQ Hall Guard I. IQ Fire Guard 2, 35 Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 45 Radio Club 4, Sec- retary 43 R. O. T. C. I, 2, 3, 4, Picked Squad I, Cor- poral 2, Sergeant 3, :nd Lieutenant 4, OH'icers' Club 42 Stage Crew 2, 3. Donald Bliss "Don" You ran always dcpcml on Donald to know it urban nobody else does, esperially if it's a question in Freurb. S. A. 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 3, 45 French Club 3, 4, "Grin- goire" 4: R. O. T. C. 3, 4. Muskegon Heights High School UNIVERSITX' or CHICAGO Shirley Bogg "Sbersb" Shirley is a brilliant stuilent u'fJo birlvs ber ability bv- biud a veil of modesty. S. A.g Tau Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4Q "Jerry of Jericho Road" lf Dancing Club 25 Quilpen I, 2, 3, 4g French ,Club 4: Latin Club 3g Botany Club 25 Volley Ball 3. Arlington ST. MARY,S HALL Thirty-Nine gala! 'r wifi 'f wfr 'f Nfl YY wif sf! snr H wir Igor iff iff If VY Nfl iff r wfr wrt P1 ,, , Vai r .V li r li .,, ,., ,,., V, ,,, 'i li .,, .V .V r .,, li ,, 'r ll Ann Boorman Aim is a blue-eyed, cheery miss with quietness and dig- nity. These qualities should prove to be a great asset for her in the business world. S. A.3 Board of Control 4g Glee Club 3, 4g "Mandalay to Piccadilly" 35 Stagecraft Club 25 Commercial Club 3, 4, Program Chairman 4, President 4Q Girl Reserves 1. Esmond Moses BUSINESS COLLEGE Frances Borrman , "Fran" "Fran," a little blouile with big brown eyes, has a fu- ture in store for her in the line of rlramatics. S. A.3 Room Secretary 1, 13 Tau Epsilon 33 Dancing Club IQ "Florist Shop" 4, "Mouse Trap" 41 Empehi News Staff 35 Literary Club 42 Botany Club 43 Equestrian Club 1. Gresham Frederick Bossi "Frea',' That tall, afable fellow with an air of easy assurance, which manages to convince one. S. A.3 Glee Club 1, 1, 3, 4g Orchestra 1, 3, 4g "Jerry of Jericho Road" 1, "From Mandalay to Piccadilly" 3, "Empehi on Parade" 45 Literary Club 1, 1, Vice-Presi- dent 24 Dramatic Club 43 "The Mouse Trap" 4, "Violin Maker of Cremona" 43 Spanish Club 1, 25 Football 1, lg Basket-ball. Eleanor Bradshaw Quiet little Eleanor is in her element when worlzing in the C01lHl1C'i't'iL1l Departnleut. S. A. Morris Brewster "Morrie," a quiet, industrious army ojicer, enjoys working in the military office. As a rlirersion, he likes to tease the girls, S.A.g R. O. T. C. 1, 3, 4, Officers' Club 3, 4, Vice- President 43 "Jerry of Jericho Road" lj Interclass Foot- ball 33 Stage Crew 4. Morgan Park Military Academy PURDUE Gertrude Brown "Gert" Gertrude of the lovely auburn hair has a pleasant man- ner which causes her to be well-liked by all ber acquain- tauces. S. A.3 Glee Club 3, 43 "Mandalay to Piccadilly" QQ Botany Club 12 French Club lg Equestrian Club 33 Far- aday Club 33 Girl Reserves 1, 1, 3, 4. Arlington NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSIT5' Hope Brown Hope is that uioclest athlete whom we all aalmire for ber prowess in basket-ball and tennis. S. A.3 Girls' Glee Club 3, 43 "From Mandalay to Pic- cadilly" 3, "Empel1i on Parade" 43 Annual Staff 4Q Span- ish Club 43 Latin Club 33 Botany Club 1, 33 Girl Re- serves 1, 1, 3, 4Q Girls' Emblem Club 43 Equestrian Club 1, 3, 4Q Girls' Life-saving Club 13 Soccer 1, 3, 4g Base- ball 1, 3, 43 Volley Ball 1, 3, 43 Tennis 1, 1, 3, 4. Sutherland NORTHWES'YERN UNIVERSITY if li r r li li if li r r 'r or li 9 4' E2EE5:E5E'2E'-3E'-3E5CI-l5EZ'Z5'-3?,Qa31i!J5?-Q5'Qt-'l'IJB323 Q3GE2E2GE?E5E35G-'5E5Gf:Q-'2P,15EQ?.ZDZ.'5EQQ5Z-'?DZL?D5iD" if 4 nf 3. li Y. li li ll + li 5, 4' 1+ li li li 'i 'i Y? if James Caldwell "ji-ml' "jim" bus given worllay service as lynn! :mm of tba usber force at Empelsi and as an official of bigla ranlz in lb? R. O. T. C. S. A.5 Board of Control 45 Management Committee IQ Civic Committee 2, 45 Room Secretary 35 Fire Guard 3, 45 Hall Guard I, 15 Tau Epsilon 1, 3, 45 Empehi News Staff 35 Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Hi-Y 45 R. O. T. C. I, 2, 3, 4, Non-commissioned Oiiicer 1, Lieutenant 3, Captain 4, Oilicers' Club 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 45 Rifle Team 3, Picked Squad 1, Picked Platoon 1, 3, Usher 2, 3, Chief 35 Interclass Baseball 2, 35 Baseball 35 Open House Committee Chairman 4. Sutherland Eleanor Christensen "El" The even temper und claevry ilisposiiion of fair-lauirea' Eleanor make ber a worfbuflsile friend. S. A.5 Glee Club 35 "Mandalay to Piccadilly" 35 Stagecraft Club IQ Girl Reserves 2. Esmond Evelyn Christensen "Elie" With her szmny locks, blue eyes, and cbnruziizg smile, "Erie" has eo1nplf'tely rupfivalczi us. S. A.5 Management Committee 15 Room Chairman 35 Room Treasurer 35 Annual Collector 2, 35 Tau Epsilon x, 2, 3, 45 "jerry of Jericho Road" 2, "Mandalay to Piccadilly" 3, "Empehi on Parade" 45 Dancing Club 2, 3, 4, Christmas Festival 2, Autumn Festival 35 Art Club 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 1, 3, 4, Vice-President 1, 35 Em- blem Club 4. Harper Junior High School Kathleen Church "Katy" "Katy,' is a Iiitle lass :buck full of sweefness. S.A.5 Room Secretary lg Spanish Club 4g Zoology Club 25 Girl Reserves x, 2, 3, 4Q Volley Ball 35 Soccer 25 Tennis Team 3. Vanderpoel Rociufoim COLLEGE Harry Cleveland Harry is iz rlevoferl member of the Chess ami Checker Club. "E1'erywlJere that Harry goes, chess is sure fo follow." S. A.5 Zoology Club 2, 35 R. O. T. C. 2, 3, 45 Foot- ball 35 Wrestling 32 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 "From Mandalay to Picadillyu 35 Chess and Checker Club 4. NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY Francis Coen "Fr:mleie" If there is any mischief afoot Frank is on the spot. Ht' takes special delight in f0T7716'11fli7g tbe girls. S. A.5 Room Secretary 2, 3, 45 Literary Club 45 Inter- class Football 25 Interclass Baseball 35 Faraday Club, 4. St. Ignatius DE PAUL UN1vE1tsITx' John Conner Molorcyvlvs-and girls, delight I0bll,S beart. We bavenlf been able lo decide which be likes ibn better. S.A.5 Management Committee 1, 45 Fire Guard 3, 4: Tau Epsilon 3, 45 Hi-Y 45 R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Odi- cers' Club 3, 4, Honor Platoon 1, Picked Company 4. Vanderpoel PURDUE 'sa 4 4.,- 1 ,v 1-1g,y.f4 x ,V ' yy 53 , 1, , 1. 4.5 421 . 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Arlington NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY James Cresap "lim" jim is a serious-1ninderl fellow who may lu' relied upon to solve any problem of life that he tackles. He has given I-nimble servire to the school as arlzfertising manager on the Annual Staff and as presnlent ofTa1i Epsilon. S.A.g Room Secretary 3g Annual Collector I, lg Tau Epsilon 3, 4, President 4g Fire Guard 3, 4g Annual Staff 3, 4, Advertising Manager 4g Zoology Club 3, Radio Club 4Q Hi-Y 45 R. O. T.C. I, 1, 3, 4, Lieutenant 3, Captain 4, Officers' Club, Picked Squad 3, Rifle Team 4: Budget Committee 4. Sutherland Janet Crosby janet has a generous rnraxlirz' Of Nmap!" We ser' eri- ilwirc of that qualify in ber 1117-to-:lute apparel and her mafzpy rorrivhufles. S. A., Tau Epsilon 3, 45 Glee Club 4, Empehi News Staff 3, 4, Desk Editor 42 Quill and Scroll 4g French Club 4, Latin Club 3, Secretary 31 Girl Reserves I, 1, 3, 4, Equestrian Club 22 Soccer zg Basket-ball 1. Sutherland UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO William Curran "Bill" Wfilliam has an lililismzlly bright mentality quita' in keeping with his bright red hair. S. A., Latin Club 33 Zoology Club 1, 3, 4Q Interelass Wlrestling 3, Chess and Checker Club 4, St. Barnabas CRANE JUNIOR COLLEGE Russell Davenport Tilden: Football 327 and 'z8g Interclass Basket-ball '18 and ,295 Interclass Baseball '18, Interclass Wrestling '19, Annual Collector 'z9. Morgan Park: Interclass Basket-ball '3o. William Davies "Willie" "W'illie,' is that goorl-looking, ilarlc-huirml lml who a.'u.'n3fx rlisjrlays iz big smile. S. A., Management Committee li Civic Committee 4: Annual Collector 1, Spanish Club lg Interelass Basket- ball 1, 4. Vanderpoel ll r ,. li ,. 'f r ,. ll V r li 'f 'f F 'f 'f 'f if 'f .V ,V .V If if if If If 'f If 'f 'f 'f Marion Deschenes "Mannie" Though her New Hampshire accent makes her seem dignified, Marion is not a bit "uppislJ," but really for any fun. Manchester Central, N. H.: Zoo Club 2, Glee Club 35 French Club 2, Basket-ball 33 German Club SQ Special Gym Team 35 "All at Sea." Morgan Park: S. A., French Club 45 Zoology Club 4. Highland, N. H. Edna Dickson All the girls envy Edna her lovely wary hair ana' her grateful poise in dancing. S.A.g Room Secretary I, 3g Hall Guard 3, "Pickles" 2, "Jerry of Jericho Road" 3, "Mandalay to Piccadilly" 35 Stage Craft Club lg Dancing Club I, 2, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4. Sutherland DE PAUW UNIVERSITX' Betty Eldridge "Betty" Betty is the rirarious little lady who has hronght fame to herself by her sprightly daiiring. S. A.g Board of Control 3, Civic Committee 41 Room Secretary IQ Annual Collector I, 2, 35 Tau Epsilon 4: "Pickles" I, "Jerry of Jericho Road" 2, "Mandalay to Piccadilly" 3, "Empehi on Parade" 45 Dancing Club I, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 2, President 3g French Club 3, 4, Secretary 4g Botany Club 2, Vice-President 2. Barnard D13 Pfxuxv UNIVERSITY Elsie Erickson Heading the "E" list has become a habit with Elsie. Slfelfaas proven' herself a loyal member of the Cmnmerrial C ll . S.A.g Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4Q Glee Club 3, 4, "Manda- lay to Picadillyn 3, "Empehi on Parade" 4Q Botany Club lg Commercial Club 3, 4, Secretary 45 Girl Reserves 3, 4. ESm0nd Busmess VVOPLD Gerald Fitzgerald Gerald serves his srhool in two uays. He plays a clari- net in the band and is an officer in the R. O. T. C. S. A.g Board of Control IQ Band I, 2, 3, 4, Orches- trag R. O. T. C. I, 2, 3, 4, Otiicers' Club 3. 4. Morgan Park Douglas Flaws "Doug" Here we have one of those quiet-in-a-rrou.'Il fellous. but his ability speaks eloquently for him when he arts as sergeant of the R. O. T. C. S. A., Hall Guard ag R. O. T. C. I, 2, 3, 4, Corporal 2, Sergeant 3, Platoon Sergeant 35 Interclass Track 2. Midlothian UNIVERSITX' or CHICAGO Cora Frizell "Con Our agile little tennis player is as gooil rr sport in school as she is on the court. S. A.g Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 43 Botany Club I, 35 Zoology Club I, 33 Faraday Club 33 Girl Reserves IQ Pep Com- mittee 3g Emblem Club 2, 3, 4g Equestrian Club 4: Soc- cer 2, 3, 4g Basket-ball 3, 4, Volley Ball 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Tennis I, 2, 3, 4, Runner-up 1. Champion 3. Arlington COLLEGE OF PHYSICAL EDUCATION 2325G'5:E-5E'-3E5GEGE3E'f5E1'3QEZE-'QE'-Q+33?',IZ93'-Z93Z 'r sf if 'f 'f If 'f 'f if V If V If .3 T, if ,, ,., 1 4 ,, 'f .V ,. ++f3I'DE3 .Q M? ' I I , 'lu , J,x'VL,JJxlL,w', ,X N -N ll IX .JH Ml' ll - 'l V T B1 we I " I ' "" pq F QXJ ls- , ff' 'f,.ki.i-'I Lv F-INK - ' E 'iq 4 Y -1 i gl -ll -rd ' Daniel Wi Gale- "Dun" Q "Dann is a Yfglllllfv jolly sort of frllow whose Ilroll 4 roirz' lds lbs all lzrfoui u.ffJs4'e be is. Hr can tell in fifly differr-nt uvljfsvivby bis' Ford is the lzesi. 4 S. A., Managemerit Committee I, 2, Interclass Foot- Q N, ball I, 2, 3: xlnterclass Track I, 4. Arlington DENISON UNIVERSITY if 4- Richard Gehrer ' "Dick" 'V' Quiet am! stmlions is "Dick" Wbelber ii be a ques- 4 H' lion of rbvmislry or of English, he surely nk1101L'.Y bis stuff." 1' S. A., Civic Committee I, 31 Room Treasurer I, 4: 4- F Tau Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4Q Hi-Y 4g R. O. T. C. I, 2, Non- Y commissioned Officer 22 Budget Committee 4. if Vanderpoel H 4' Howard Geib "Howdy" 4 Good-looking, liappy-go-Izickgi "Houu13I" is boulnl lo makr' friends u'lJfrFI'c'r be goes. lf S.A.g Hall Guard 2, Fire Guard lg Glee Club 3: "' Band 3, Literary Club 4, R. O. T. C. I, 2, Usher, Picked Squad 2g Interclass Baseball IQ Interclass Basket-ball 2, YT 3, 43 Basket-ball 3, Golf 3, Tennis 2. iF' Barnard UNIVERSITY or NVISCONSIN sf 4- Dorothy Gemmer uf i qrnllc, quid Dorothy is a gooil spor! and un aizlc shi- Q 1 cu . S.A.g Hall Guard 23 Tau Epsilon 3, 42 Glee Club 3, W, 4g "Mandalay to Piccadilly" 3, Stage Craft Club I, 2, Q ' French Club 4: Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4. Sutherland UNIVERSITY or CHICAGO If Merlen George "Georgie" 4 Mcrlerfs big brown ryrs, bor uiinniug smilr, and lam' 4. vbarming mire delight us. Morrforcr, ber sr-fsolarslaip es- vilzfs our arllrlirrllion. ,Q S. A., Tau Epsilon 42 Glee Club 3, 42 "Mandalay to ,Q f Piccadilly" 3, Literary Club 4, French Club 3, 4: Zoology Club 2, 3, 4g Faraday Club 3, Emblem Club V' 3, 4- V' f Barnard UNIVERSITX' or WISCONSIN F "" . . . "' F I William Gilbert "Bill" "Bill" has bcvu a bard uorkrr both in bis slmlics and 1' 4 in Mic field of sporis. A real fellow ami ri lrue frivrzrl. Y' F S.A.g Room Secretary, Spanish Club 3, 4, lnterclass 4 Basket-ball 2, 4, Basket-ball 49 Baseball 4. Wi Fernwood UNIVERSITX' OF ILLINOIS "' wiv Bernice Glass "Bernie" + WlJo foulrl guess by Bc'ruivI"s carvfrrv t',Ypl'f'SXi0l1 Ibn! sbc' rlors slrvrmous and efficient work us om' of the lead- Wf' ing journalisis of Emprbi? "' S. A., Room Secretary 2, 3, 4, Tau Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4Q l Glee Club 31 Empehi News Staff 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief 4Q lf ' Quilpen 2, 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Vice-President 45 T Spanish Club 45 Botany Club 3, Girls' Emblem Club J. 4. lf Central Park T If 4 lforty-Fozir EZQQQEGEEEQEGEGIEEEESQEKDZQQQEQQDQQEQQZEE 53EG-'5G'-5Gf4Q'-5E5E3CF-5Ei'Z5'Z5'ZEQ5'.'i?-.'QEQP,!!DE.'1D23 6 if!! Y' 'fi' Virginia Gneiss f ' 4- Virginia is a ilurl: branty Jvstirzml lo XlIlTl'l'll as an P y, actress. 5 Y S. A., Room Secretary ZQ Room Treasurer 2, Tau Ep- 3 ir silon 2, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, "jerry of Jericho Road" 2, ,.,, "Mandalay to Piccadillyu 3, Dancing Club 2, Dramatic ' f Club 3, 4, "Overtones" 3, Latin Club 3, Girl ReSerVCS 4- I, 2, 3, 4, Equestrian Club I, 1, 3, Soccer I, 2, Basket- ,,, Y ball I, 21 Baseball 1, 2, 'Volley Ball IQ Tennis I, 2. f Sutherland PENN HALL Y Mildred Goldsmith "Minnie', 'f' Mililrml always seems to have a lot to do in a short H., space of time, but sbv's 11e1'r'r too lmrrieil to gin' a V., F frienn'ly greeting. f S. A., Glee Club 3, 4, Orchestra 2, "Pickles" 2, "Man- y, dalay to Piccadilly" 3, Spanish Club 3, :nd Vicc-Presi- '+I f dent 4, Girl Reserves 4. f Arlington 4' Maryleora C. Golland "Mo-llyl' I 'Y Upon a first meeting, "Molly" sometimes appears aloof. But ber friends know that her nature is one of if rorrfial ami' jovial frienrlliuess. lf' S. A., Glee Club I, 31 Equestrian Club 4. Edgewood High School UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO 14" w"r F Grace Graver f f As ber name suggests, Grate possesses that fvrireless anil If inrlesrribable quality k1I0lfQ71 as charm. As if tbal, added 'in Qi to ber z'xerutiI't' ability, were not enough, the gorls lJlll'l' emloweil ber with a beauty equal to that of Diana. H S. A., 2nd Vice-President 3, President 45 Board of Con- 'fi' trol 3, 4, Management Committee 2, 4Q Civic Commit- tee z, 3, Social Committee 4, Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Glec V' Club 2, 3, 4, "Pickles" I, "jerry of Jericho Road" 2, 'ff "Mandalay to Piccadilly" 3, "Daughters of Men" 4, "Frank Glynn's Wife," YQuilpen 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, A Y' 3, 4, Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4, Pep Committee 4. Y' Miami Beach High School UNIVERSITX' OF SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 4 ,+ Edith Gray Y Edith? serious attitude toward ber studies insuring 5 1' work well-done, may acrount for ber gay outlook on life ' 1'f ' when slac"s outside of srlsool. , S.A., Tau Epsilon 2, 3, French Club 2, 3, 4, Botany V' Club 2. vcr F Esmond CRANE JUNIOR COLLEGE F -1- Ainslie Gray "Aino', vw Y Ainslie ronfvals a fund of misrlnief which be employs F ejertirely when the occasion rails for it. V' S. A., Room Treasurer 1, Annual Collector 3, Spanish w"'r F Club 4, Zoology Club 2, 3, R. O. T. C. I, 2, 3: Usher F 2, 3: Inter-room Basket-ball 2, 3, 4, Basket-ball 4. f wi' Vanderpoel sf' Beth Griswold 'P Betb's litvriwy talents Combined with the pc'rsI'1'rrann' 4' sbe has slJou'n in all ber studies have won for ber pvrma- 1 nent plates in Qnilpen and in Tan Epsilon. V' S. A., Board of Control 4, Room Treasurer 3, Tau wmv F Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4, Empehi News 3, 4, Desk Editor 3, i F Associate Editor 4, Quilpen I, 2, 3, 42 Quill and Scroll 5 1' 3, 4, President 42 French Club 2, Girl Reserves 3, 4Q ' 1"f , Equestrian Club 4Q Basket-ball 3, Voliley Ball 3, Com- f F mercial Club 3, 4, Vice-President, Literary Club 4. 2 wr' Vanderpoel Y wiv if wiv Forty-Fi'z'e r , 'r 'f if if 'r r 'f ,,, 'f if of li li r r ll , ll 4 EEQGEEEEQEQQEQEGEWZZQZDKQQQES?-QKQEZEQEQ Doris Grosscup "Dub', "Dub" is ihe gay-spirited lady who we though! would m'z1'r let work interfere wiih pleasure but who has dis- tinguished herself by going through high school in three anal one-half years. S. A., Room Secretary 2, 3, "Jerry of Jericho Road" 2, Dancing Club 1, 2, 4g Empehi News Staif 3, French Club 2, 3, 4, 2nd Vice-President 3, Girl Reserves x, 2, 3, 4, Social Chairman 3, Vice-President 4. Vanderpoel GULF PARK Rita Rose Haas "Honey" Rifu, of the regal height and the graeeful carriage, is possessed wills a jolly spirit and an appreeiaiion of humor br-xt shown in Ihr romiral parts she porirays in plays. S. A., 3, 4, Literary Club 4, French Club 3, 41 "Temple of Beauty" 4g "The Mouse Trap" 4, Girl Re- scrves 4, Basket-ball 3, 4, Soccer 3, 4. St. Francis, Joliet William Hagenbuck "Bill" Serious?-yes, ualurally, as presiileu! of fha' Zoology Cnub-buf, elsewhere, you ran depend on Bill io be look- Qug for I1 laugh aml helping fo provide one. S. A., Board of Control 4, Tau Epsilon 4, Hall Guard IQ Fire Guard 4, Band 1, 2, 3, Orchestra 2, Quilpen 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, Zoology Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Prssident 4, R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Non-commissioned Officer 3, 4, Usher 2, 3, 4. Vanderpoel Laura Hall Siunuiug Laura u'ilh her air of ulfra-suiarluess falls forih mlmiraliou u'herr'z'er she goes. S. A., Civic Committee 2, Room Treasurer IQ Girl Reserves 4, Tau Epsilon 4, Senior Social Committee 4. Vanderpoel Henrietta Halladay "Henri" A wry rfifielzt room serrelury illnl II grurefiil ilauwr is Henriefta. S. A., Room Secretary 2, 3, 4, Annual Collector I1 Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, "Pickles" 1, "Jerry of Jericho Road" 2, "Mandalay to Piccadilly" 31 Dancing Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4, President 42 Christmas Festival, Spring Festival, French Club 3, 4, Corresponding Secretary 4, Recording Secretary 4, Botany Club 2, Treasurer 2, Faraday Club 3, Volley Ball 3, Budget Committee 4. Barnard PRINCIPIA Ruth Hamilton "Hamrny" Although Ruih farm' here two years ago ns a sfrangvr, shi' promplly eulereil iuio Ihr spirit of Empvhi. New Trier: Glee Club IQ Dramatic Club 1, 22 "Will- ii-tlie-Wisp 1," "The Bluebird" 2. Morgan Park: S. A., Glee Club 3, 41 "From Mandalay to Piccadilly" 31 "Temple of Beauty" 41 "The Mouse Trap" 41 Tennis Team 3, Soccer 41 Basket-ball 4. New Trier High School Henrietta Hare "Buuuy,' Beuwrz' of "Burm3"' zrheu fha! llllXl'lJlFl'0llX gleam rorurx into her otherwise large and iuuoreul eyes! S. A., Management Committee 3, Tau Epsilon 3, Girl Reserves 1, Z1 Dancing Club IQ Faraday Club 31 Inter- class Volley Ball 32 Poster Preservation Committee Chair- man 3, 4. Wallace School, Sterling, Illinois S 4 9 li li li if 3 r 9 ll li li if 9 9 E3C2I5GZZ+E5G'-5E5GZ5C2'-5E5E2E'-9QQ?-QKQ?J-iD3QEQEQt?'-?-'923 ''EQEEEQQQEEQWQEEQEZNZQKQEZDPQEQP'api"mP"zDE2-'?-D"," be ' "A "' P' 99 if F vw' lf' f Harriet Harrison "Play" 1 H jolly, good-naturcil Harriet puts a generous Incaxurr' X, 'V of fun into ber efirient work in the Spanish Club. 1 S. A., Board of Control 4Q Management Committee IQ Room Secretary IQ Tau Epsilon 1, 1, 3, 4Q "EmpelIi on W, 4' Parade" 43 Empehi News Staff 35 Quill and Scroll 3, 4, f Secretary 4Q Spanish Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, President 4. I Arlington UNIVERSITY or KANSAS ' if 1? F Raymond Haskins "Ray" ,.,. if A goorl-looking "mtl-befall" who has given rallmblz' asa f .vistanre to the stage crew. + S. A.g Tau Epsilon 45 Zoology Club ZQ Radio Club 42 ,1- R, Stage Crew 1, 3, 4Q "Jerry of Jericho Road" 1, "Manda- ' lay to Piccadilly" 3g Pep Committee 42 Football 4g Em- NQ blem Club 45 R. O. T. C. I, 1. uf f Barnard PURDUL F Q 4- Hazel Hawksley A brown-eycil, frienilly girl ufitb pretty, Ilrnznre ways. V' S. A., Room Treasurer rg Girl Reserves IQ Soccer if F Team 3g Interclass Volley Ball 4, Interclass Basket- ball 4. 4, 'E' Fernwood BUSINESS COLLEGE f yn- . 'Q f Helen Louise Hayn i Pretty and goorl-natnrml Hr-len inserts in ber renmrlcx n rlroll humor wbirh is tborougialy appreriutml by ber ml- 4' Q Y Iniring friends. S. A.g Civic Committee IQ Room Secretary 1, 3g Glec 4, A Club 4g French Club 42 Latin Club 3, 4, Girl Reserves 3+ f 1, 3, 45 Basketball 3g Volley Ball. F Vanderpoel UNIVERSITX' or WISCONSIN V If John Hazelton "Herz" 4 iobnnie"s gooil-natnretl pranks furnish rerreation for 9 on-loolzrrx during occasional lulls in classroom activity. S.A.g Science Club zg Botany Club 1, Faraday Club 1+ 3, Hobby Club 3g Radio Club 49 Chess and Checker lf f Club 4: Interclass Basket-ball r, 1, 3. Arlington Pullout uf lf Andrew Holm "Andy" ,.,. if A zluzzling rnzilv, twinkling eyes, and witty rcnmrlcv F Cl1LH'tll'fI'fiZl' "Andy," our jolly romradv. M. P. M. A.g Basketball 13 Football ZQ Corporal 1: T if Minstrel Show 21 Wrestling 22 Track I, 15 Co. Basket- Ig ball 1, Debate Team 3. Morgan Park: Dramatic Club 4: 4. Nlfrestling 4, Chess and Checker Club 4. 4- if Sutherland NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY lg 9 4 Lois Hough "Low-y" A l'il'lH.'l0IlS pvrxozmlity anal an easy ability to llIt'l.'f yr new sitnutions, are clJarat'leristirs that have won many H ' friends for "Lo" in Ernpebi. S. A.g Room Secretary 1, Management Committee 11 vw- Civic Committee 35 Science Club 2, 3, Girls' Emblem E+ ' Club 1, 3, 41 Spanish Club lQ Botany Club 15 Interclass Volley Ball 3. 2 18 Hobart High School, Hobart, Indiana V . lf ve lf Forty-Se'ven li li 'f ll ll 'f 'f 'f 'r 'f V, ,. , 'f I' If 'f 'f 'f if 'f V EEECZEEQEZGQEEQEZEZEZEZZSEZEZKD 35" linrty-Eigizt Austin Howard "Pete" Morgan Parlz's ppp dynamo! S. A., Board of Control 43 Management Committee I, 1, 4g Civic Committee IQ Social Committee 4g Glee Club 1, 3, "jerry of Jericho Road" lg Pep Committee I, 1, 3, 4, Chairman 4, Cheer Leader I, 1, 3, 4, Captain 3, 4, Emblem Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Basket-ball, 3, 4, Swimming 1, 3, 4, Senior Assembly Committee, Chair- man. Dana Howard "Dink" Dann, easy-going and agreeable, is noiml for bis snappy r'o1nc'l7af.'ks. S.A., Room Treasurer IQ Glee Club 1, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Band 3, "jerry of Jericho Road" 1, "Mandalay to Piccadilly" 32 Art Club 1, 3, R. O. T. C. I, lj Pep Committee 4, Cheer Leader 1, 3, 4, Interclass Football 3. Vanderpoel CHICAGO ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS Genevieve Hubbell Happy, Cure-free Gem'1'ic'1'f' flrligbls more in rlispcnsing fun and nonsense llmn in maintaining an air of dignily. S. A., Management Committee 3, Room Treasurer ZQ Hall Guard 3, Tau Epsilon 4, Glee Club 3, "Mandalay to Piccadilly" 35 Empehi News Staff 3, Latin Club QQ Spanish Club 4, Girl Reserves I, 1, 3, 4Q Basket-ball 3, Volley Ball 3, Ping Pong Club 4. Vanderpoel June Huehner Inna' is anoliJcr ztmnzplc of flJe far! ibn! beauly anzl brains may bc possessed by one and lbs same person. S. A., 1nd Vice-President 4Q Board of Control 41 Man- agement Committee 3, 4, Social Committee 4, Tau' Ep- silon I, 1, 3, 4, Glee Club 4, Dancing Club 3, 4Q "Man- dalay to Piccadilly" :QQ Spanish Club 1, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4. Vanderpoel Marie Huygens Marie' bas been a wry ronscirniions uorkvr in Hislory and Lih'r'aI1n'u, bm' fnrorilrs. Florence Ilg "Flo" In ber one yfm' al Elllpfbl, Florence bas proI'z'cl lursclf an enthusiastic afbleif, especially in Mn' fields of swim- ming and tennis. Calumet: Rooters' Club I, 1, 3: Latin Club 25 Bas- ket-ball I, 1, Volley Ball 1,35 Captain Ball 1, 35 Soccer I, 1, 3. Morgan Park: S.A., 4. Calumet Wallace Iliffe "Wally" Unrler a sludions vxlcrior "Wally" hides nn irresistible humor and a liking for fvnsing fbi' girls. S.A., Latin Club 3, Zoology Club 3, R.O.T.C., Base- ball 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 4. Gridley junior High, Erie, Penn. UN1vIzRsIrx' or ILLINOIS 23G-'2Gf:GI'2Q'-53'-5Q-'5Gl5E2EeZQI5JQEZ.'ZJE.'9P,LQP,l5EZQZ" 23E5Cfe'-5C2'-?GI2E5E5E5GI5Ei'ZE-'?.Ds3QE1ZDE3EZEQ?-QE2-'E23 'f 5 'r 'f if If if 'f if 'r El 'r 'f 'f if r or ,. 'f 'f 'f V Pearl Janes Pearl, sincere and quief, zvorles will: a steady aml aberr- fiil persistence. S. A.5 Commercial Club 3, 4. Richard Janes "Dick" "Dirk," our nonclmlan! saxapboue tooler, will be niissvil al Enipelafs sorials. S. A.5 Glee Club 15 Band I, 1, 3, 45 Orchestra 35 "jerry of Jericho Road" 1, "From Mandalay to Picca- dilly" 35 jazz Orchestra 3, 45 Zoology Club 15 R.O. T. C. I, 1, 3. Vanderpoel NoI1TI-IWESTERN UNIVERSITY Raymond Janus "Ray" Ray is one of our slar basket-ball players, full of pep anal "u'im 'n' u'igor." S. A.5 Zoology Club 45 Emblem Club 3, 4g Inter- class Basket-ball 1, 1, 3, 45 Interclass Baseball 3, 45 Bas- ket-ball 1, 3, 45 Swimming Team 45 Golf Team 3. Arlington UNIVERSITY or ILLINOIS Wyman Jerpe "Plaid" We wish ibat we could bare luiown VV3'man for a longer lime iban bis one year al Empebi-be's so rap- abli' anrl likable. S. A. 45 Chess and Checker Club 4. Hector High School, Minnesota Lucille Jockisch "Ioc'lee3 " "Ioclzey's" curly bair and big blue eyes are part of a lowly baelegroiind for the siinslainy smile ufbicb sbe raili- afes Io everyone around ber. S. A.5 Board of Control 1, 43 Management Commit- tee 3, 45 Room Secretary 4g Annual Collector 15 Glee Club 3, 45 "From Mandalay to Piccadillyh 35 Annual Staff 15 Literary Club 3, 42 Secretary-Treasurer 3, Vice- President 4, President 45 Dramatic Club 3, 4, Treasurer 42 Spanish Club 4Q Girl Reserves IQ Commercial Club 1. Barnard Uziirersify of Illinois Florence Johnson Florence combines an easy-,going rlisposition will: II greal lore for ber simlies. Her aplness al Spanish was ,eoozl rausc for ber being rbosen president of the Spanish Club. S. A.5 Board of Control 3, 45 Civic Committee 45 Tau Epsilon 1, 1, 3, 45 Spanish Club 1, 3, 4, President 3, 42 Girl Reserves I. Senn High School UNIVERSITY or CHICAGO Richard Kephart "Dick" Dick's keen speed as a "forward" on fbe City's Run- ner-up Baslcel-ball Team in ,29 and '30 is known by all. Tbe same is true of bis qollegiate sense of lrnimor. S. A. Board of Control 42 Management Committee 1, 35 Civic Committee I, 4, Chairman 4Q Annual Collec- tor 1, 35 Glee Club 1, 35 Stage Craft Club IQ Hi-Y 1, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 45 R. O. T. C. 25 Em- blem Club 1, 3, 4, Vice-President 35 Baseball 3, 45 Bas- ket-ball 1, 3, 4, Captain 4Q Golf Team 22 Senior Social Committee. Sutherland UNIVERSITY or ILLINOIS E l I Forty-.Yim' 'f 'f 'r 'f 'f 'f 'f If 'f 5. 'f if 'r 'r 'f 'f if 'f 'r ll .V 'f E3G::?C22f2-'5c2f:GeECE5GI5G'-5Gif:mgmEmE3D?-'EEQQ'-Z9P:4D?.zD23 'fl2CZl2E5E5E5EGEE5EGB5E-'QP,I4DEQ5'.'5FSs1DB'i!J?-QEZEZE+3 V ri ll ll ll 5. r ll ll 5, r r r r ll ll r ll Robert Kirchhoff "Bob" is a member of our Glee Club. He slaows in- terest in tlyings scientific, too. Witriess his devotion to that chemistry laboratory! S. A.5 Fire Guard5 Glee Club 45 Band 45 Stage Craft Club 32 French Club 45 Faraday Club SQ Hobby Club 35 R. O. T. C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Sergeant 3, 4, Usher 1, 1, 3, 4. Barnard CRANE JUNIOR COLLEGE June Knight Iune's morlest nature conceals a versatility of talent. S. A.5 Tau Epsilon 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 45 "Mandalay to Piccadillyl' 35 Literary Club 45 Spanish Club 4Q Bot- any Club 1, 3, 4g Girl Reserves 1, 1, 3, 4. Parker Junior High School Della Koch As a seamstress and a good student, you eau't brat Della. Della and Evelyn are the inseparable blondes. S. A.5 Room Treasurer IQ Tau Epsilon 1, 1, 3, 4Q "Jerry of Jericho Road" 1, "From Mandalay to Piccadil- ly" 45 Dancing Club 2, 35 Art Club lg Stage Craft Club IQ Spanish Club 1, 3, 45 Girl Reserves 1. Barnard Jane Korten "Tri1zlz" A lively, attractive blomic equally successful in social activities and in the jield of sport. S. A.5 Room Treasurer 33 "Pickles" 1, "From Manda- lay to Piccadilly" 3, "Empehi on Parade" 4g Literary Club 45 French Club 3, 42 Girl Reserves 35 Equestrian Club 1, 3, 4. Arlington CARLTON COLLEGE Gertrude Lammedee "Gertie" "Quiet, zlemure, serene, aml fair, from tbe tips of lJrr toes to ber dusty hair." S. A.5 Room Treasurer 35 Hall Guard 35 "Jerry of Jericho Road" 25 Dancing Club 1, 45 Stage Craft Club IQ French Club 3, 4. Sutherland DE PAUW UNIVERSITY Marie Lehbrink "Irish" Laughing, blue eyes and flashes of spicy wit keep us all in a light-hearted mood when we're with Marie. S. A.5 Room Treasurer 22 Glee Club 1, 3, 42 "From Mandalay to Piccadilly" 3, "Empel'ii on Parade" 42 Chess and Checker Club 3, 45 Ping Pong Club 45 Commercial Club 31 Girl Reserves 35 Interclass Basket-ball 1, 2, 3, 45 Soccer 1, 1, 3, Captain 35 Baseball 1, 25 Captain Basket- ball 35 Volley Ball 3. Brainerd Norman Lilja "Norm" A friendly "hello" no matter bow hurried be may br prores that Norm's oratorical success basrft turmut bis bead. S. A.5 Annual Collector 35 Tau Epsilon 1, 45 Glee Club 3, 4g "Mandalay to Piccadilly" 35 First Place in M. P. Oratorical Contest 45 Constitutional Contest 4Q Spanish Club, Secretary 3, Vice-President 35 Dramatic Club 45 Quilpen 42 Chess and Checker Club 45 Zoology Club 1, 32 Golf 3, 4. Arlington WHEATON CQLLEGE 'v' 9 4' ll r ll r r 5. il ll 5 , ll E3E-'EE'2E2E5E5E5CZ.'5E2EirZE'.5EiEDZED3Ss2Q5'Q?-Q?-ZDE3 PU fad ESfG-"-SE5E5E-'3E23E5EE'2EZuZE'.'.i'.DE-'Q?.ZQ'SJZIQ?,ZE,'ZEZ .V V .V .V r 'f .V .V .V .V .V .V 'i ,V If .V .V If ri .V .V 'f r Arthur Lukens "Aff, Arthur is that quiet, industrious uvrkrr u'lJo keeps up his grades to a bigb stamlaril. More pou.'z'r to you, "Art"! S. A., Botany Club 4: Radio Club 45 R. O. T. C. 1, 3. Zion VALPARAISO UNIVERSITY' Karl Lukens Karl possesses an abuinlanre of geniality aml manifests a willingness to be friends with everyoiie. S. A., Botany Club 45 Radio Club 4Q R. O. T. C. 1, 3. Zinn VALPARAISO UNIVERSITY Joy MacMahon Ioy, known for ber musical ability ami ber ever pres- ent wit ami humor will always be renzenibererl in fou- nertion Ivitly our merriesi bours at Emprlai. S.A.g Glee Club 35 "Mandalay to Piccadilly" 3: "Temple of Beauty" 4g Botany Club 1, 3, Faraday Club 33 Girl Reserves 1, 3, 4j Equestrian Club 1, 33 Tennis Tournament 33 Soccer 2, 3. Arlington Rose Mattes Rose is a sweet and quiet girl u'bo came to us from Parker in ber Senior year. S. A. 4Q Empehi News Stadt Bookkeeper 4. Parker ENGLEWOOD BUSINESS Cottncn Mary Jane McAllister "Marv Mary Iar1e's artisitic skill, zlemousirafeil in ber ililriralz' soap-earrings displayed at the Ari Institute, has um: fame for brrself and ber srbool. S. A., Tau Epsilon I, 1, 3, 4Q "Empehi on Parade" 45 Art Club 3, 43 French Club 3, 41 Botany Club 22 Girl Reserves 3, 4, Publicity Chairman 4. Arlington Bill McBride "Maru If you want to see "stunt" tliiuiug in ils most prrfvrt form, watrls Bill plunge into the pool. S. A.: Board of Control 42 Civic Committee 1: Room Treasurer 3, 4g Annual Collector IQ Cvlee Club I. 2: "Pickles" 1, "From Mandalay to Piccadilly" 4, "Empehi on Parade" 45 Dramatic Club 3, 4Q Spanish Club I, :S Hi-Y 1, 1, 3, 4, President 41 R. O. T. C. I, ag Emblem Club 4g Interclass Basket-ball 25 Interclass Football 3: Interclass Swimming I, 1, 33 Basket-ball 33 Swimming Team I, 1, 3, 4, Captain 1. Vanderpoel DENISON UNIVERSITY Martha McClure "Mac" "Mac's" lauglaiug appearance rourvals the serious streak sbe keeps secluded in ber beart. S.A.: Civic Committee 43 Room Secretary lQ Cvlec Club 3, 4g "Mandalay to Piccadilly" 3, Girl Reserves 1, 35 Stage Craft Club I. Sutherland UNIVERSITX' or Cmcfxco Fifty-One .V .VV "Y .V .V .V .V .V 'Y .VV .V .V .VV .V .V 'Y .V .V .V .V .V .Y .V .V .V .V EZEQGEGIEGIQGIEGIQGEEEGEEQKQKZUEZKSKDEIQEZEQEZ ' Q:wwf't'3 -V J gl j 5 - 1 U g - Xl 0 -' L 1 . ' i. yffi M 1, -F W ,,A. 'Q f I '53 J XVX g PM f Z' A . , ,f A V CL hx - . ,f 1,2 VI' 'VVU I -' 'LL A ' 4 V Jaw . :H I 1. Uv 4 N . If J 'X XS 7! C' X J-YQ-' H XJ Q7 ,xg Q f L-Q W 41,1 " 'F' Vs. ' ' ,J 'YJ 'J--if u .rl Wx -I ,Aff ,. 1 f bf: J , ' f X , A 1 ' . . ' 1 I , f 4 KNASQMJLSK Jfgf' f' ww? fg W v Q aw ww QM X f 15 X Sy jr I vr ' Q , Ugfff mf ,f X f J is gb X XX ff fy , R , . w X 1 x f X MJ fy XE M , ffm M 55 ,ff P A af G X O 1 of . J t L xl Yi ' if if r lf .ir F lf if if 'f r if 'f Wi Y 'r if if r V 'f 'f 'f Iiifty-Treo Ei J ' 1 xi! Dale McDowell "Peewee" Although small in size, Dale supports the hu-mor and fun of the sehool in a "big way." S. A.5 Civic Committee 1, 31 Tau Epsilon 3, 4Q "Em- pehi on Parade" 4Q Empehi News Staff 2, 3, 4, Asso- ciate Editor 45 Spanish Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4Q Hobby Club 25 Aero Club 3, 41 Interclass Basket-ball IQ R. O. T. C. I. Central Park Ralph McMillan "Marv "Mar", our stoeky basket-ball guard, is a whiz on the basket-ball floor. He makes friends with the same speed that he displays in the games. S. A.5 Room Secretary x5 Annual Collector5 Glee Club 1, 21 "Jerry of Jericho Road" 15 Spanish Club 22 Zool- ogy Club 35 R. O. T. C. I, 2, 3, 45 Basket-ball 3, 4. Vanderpoel Umveixsirv or ILLINOIS Howard Meyers "H0wflie" "Howrlee" rambles arounal Morgan Park ronzfulsing ereryone with his gay banter, droll jokes, anrl happy-go- luelzy disposition. Calumet: Glee Club 32 Prom Committee 35 Rooters' Club 35 Swimming Team 35 Goodman Theatre Play Contest 35 "Lass O'Limerich Town" 35 May Festival 3. Morgan Park: S. A.5 Management Committee I2 Room Treasurer 25 Glee Club 1, 2, 4, Vice-President lg "Pickles" lg Annual Staff 4. Gertrude Miller "Gert" Memories of Gertrude will fall to mimi' a frieurlly- spirited girl dressed in good-looking elothes. S. A.5 Management Committee 45 Room Secretary I, 35 Glee Club 45 Literary Club 45 Botany Club 3, 45 Girl Reserves I, 2, 35 Volley Ball Team 2. Arlington Marjorie Mills "Marge" Marge is known in the COIlI!lIt'7'l'lHl Department as being unsurpassed in stenography. Her "rlassroom quiet- ness" is put asirle when she is playing hasket-hall or swininzirzg. S. A.5 Civic Committee5 Tau Epsilon 4Q Spanish Club IQ Commercial Club 4, Treasurer 41 City High School Typing Contest 35 State High School Bookkeeping Con- test 35 Soccer Team 45 Basket-ball Team 4. Vanderpoel Freeman Morgan Although Freeman may be hashful among the girls, everyone will agree that he can be a real entertainment eoinrnittee. S. A.5 Tau Epsilon 45 Room Secretary 45 Spanish Club 4Q R. O. T. C. I, 2, 3, 4, Rifle Team 2, 35 Chess and Checker Club 4. Arlington Virginia Morris "jiuc'e" One may he assured of an interesting and even an up- roarious time if "fil1ec"' is present. S. A.5 Management Committee5 Annual Staff 4Q Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 45 Quilpen 3. 45 Latin Club 3, 4, Consul 3, Aedile 4, Quaestor 45 Faraday Club 35 Girl Reserves 1, 1, 41 Equestrian Club :5 Poster Committee 35 Annual Collector 4. Vanderpoel GULF PARK 'f ll ll is ll IS ll it li 9 9 23 +E5E5EGI2E55E2E'-3G'-i++3Z?.QE2ZBZ+3S53'.i.!9E.'ZZE,'IQE3 'i' 'I YY V Yi' Merle Mulligan i Q Tall, gooil-looking Mrrli' iliipwssvs all of us with his ' V' quiet dignity. S. A.: Glee Club 3, 45 "From Mandalay to Piccadillyf' 4- ,Q k Barnard NOKTHXVESTERN UNIX'ERSlTX' f W' N v' F Dorothy Murphy "Doilo" l "DoIlo's', utlJlr'tir arliritivs bare girvu bm' a springs' Y' step and good looks. 'F' S. A.g Art Club 4: Annual Staff 41 Faraday Club 32 ' V, Volley Ball 35 Soccer 4, Basket-ball 4, Emblem Club 4. 'Q f Vfadsworth. ' f 14 4 1+ F Herbert Nelson "Herb" l "Harb" is that gooil-loolzing fellow who ilor'sn't seein Q to bare a worry in tlar world. " S. A., Spanish Club :Q Faraday Club 33 Interclass vw Baseball 4. N' F Parkside UNIVERSITY or XVISCONSIN , w"' ' vw f Russell Nichols "Rus" f Russell is a serious fcllou' who is a ivbi: .il nmtlvenzutivs. lf S. A., Tau Epsilon 4, R. O. T. C. 'E' Lindblom UNIVERSITY or CHICAGO wi' 4'-9 Agnes Oliver S ,.,. Agnes is one of those lucky imliriilzitils zvlio, with 4, f Xfflllillglj' littlv cfort, always NILHIIIKPK lo burwst iz fine f urop of "S's." 4 vv' S. A., Management Committee 33 Tau, Epsilon I, 1, 3, ,W- F 4: Quilpen 2, 5, 4, Spanish Club 4: Botany Club 4Q F Girl Reserves 4, Interclass Volley Ball 3. 4' Central Park 4 lf Virginia O'Meara Y Virgiuin is ibut smart, sopbisti1'ati'ilgirl zilro bus dom' ' 4, surly admirnble work for Girl RCSFl'll'S. 4+ f S. A.g Civic Committee 33 Chairman Civic Committee f 33 Room Treasurerg Social Committee 45 Annual Staff 42 we Girl Reserves I, 1, 5, 4, Secretary 3, Refreshment Chair- U., F man 4, Interclass Volley Ball 13 Interclass Basket-ball 21 f Life-Saving 1, 3: Senior Class Social Committee 4. if Vanderpoel CHICAGO ACADEMY or FINE Asus ,f-, T Ruth Palmer V Sunny, red-lmireml Ruth is om' of Eiu1n'bi's falcritril 1+ actresses. Moreover, sin' bas bvrii n Valuable nzvnibfr of Q the Animal Staff bi-ransr of bor outstanding originality. S. A.g Management Committee SQ Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 41 1+ Glee Club 2, 3, 43 "jerry of Jericho Road" 1, "From ,, f Mandalay to Piccadilly" 3, "Empehi on Parade" 4, An- lf nual Staff 4g Literary Club 42 Dramatic Club 3, 4. Ora- vv- torical Contest 3g "A Bargain's a Bargain" 31 "Temple of , f Beauty" 42 "Rustic Romeo" 4, Latin Club 3: Zoology 4 if Club zg Girl Reserves x, 1, 3, 43 Interclass Volley Ball 3. ,ir Vanderpoel DE Piiuw UNIVERSITX' ,iw Wi' mfr Fiffy-Ti..-.-C E3E5G'-5E-'3E5EE5E'2E5Ei'ZZJEEZ5'Z+ZK?,lZJ:23E-'ZE-'Z2Z "'Y 4 4 +V ? 'PI ,Y 4 fr 'VV Y" Q T V' 9 39 4 9 V' Y" 4 V' ii li Y-f ,J r J 3 1'iIiflj'-FOIIP' Sally Patterson "Sal" Sally, who ba: srbolasiir ability not lo bc mn-llerl, is 4 frm' frirml and a vlacrry 0lIL'. S. A., Tau Epsilon I, 3, 4, Secretary 4, "Pickles" 1, "jerry of Jericho Road" 3, "From Mandalay to Picca- dilly" 4, Dancing Club I, 1, 3, 4, French Club 3, 4: Girl Reserves I, 1. Sutherland UNIVERSITY or ILLINOIS John Pearson "Farm" Tboxv who lJaz't' Iobn for a fricml, knou' bin: as a rv- liabla, helpful fellow. S. A., Orchestra 3, 42 Spanish Club 3, 41 Botany Club 4, Interclass Basket-ball 1, 4g Basket-ball 1, 3, 4, Base- ball 4. Fernwood UNIVIERSITY or ILLINOIS Mary Elizabeth Pence "Badly" B4'lf3"s smile ufozzltl lead one lo bI'liz'I'z' xbz' rlidzfl ban' ll fan' in flu' zvorlrl. Apparmzlly il zlorslfl require mzivla z'Iz'rli0u for bm' fo gin' ber frarlavrx flu' opf7orfm1if3' Io fzrarfisa' 'll'I'lfillg "SE," S. A., Civic Committee I, lg Annual Collector 3, Tau Epsilon I, 1, 3, 4, Annual Staff 1, 31 Quilpen 1, 3, 41 Literary Club 4, French Club 1, 3, 4, Secretary 41 Latin Club 3, 4, Botany Club I, 1, 3, 4, Girl Reserves 3, 41 lnterclass Volley Ball 1. Arlington UNIVERSITX' OIT CHICAGO Robert Perry "Bob" "Bob" is a frirmllpf rbajl 1L'lfb an api l'l'll1dl'lZ for r'z'f'ry ormuion. S. A., Glee Club, Zoology Club 1, 3, 4, Faraday Club 3, 4, 5: Hobby Club 4, R.O. T. C, I, 1, 3, 4, Sergeant 3, 4, Hall Guard 1, 3, 4, Golf Team lg Equestrian Club 3, 4, 5, Interclass Football 1, 4, Baseball 3, Winter Sports Club 3, 4. Vanderpoel NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITX' Norma-n Peterson Huril working, cjirirnl Norman, is quid unfil ln' gvls .xiarIz'zl, Ilnvl-spoilfairfolis l'0lHbII.Yfi0l1! S. A., Interclass Basket-ball. Barnard Helen Pierce Samrwbuf rrsrrzril, capable, prrft3', and a good slu- ilvnl-fbal's Hvlrn. S. A.: Glee Club 3, 4, "From Mandalay to Piccadilly" 31 French Club 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Girl Reserves I, 1. Vanderpoel UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS Laura Pierce Quin' and xvrcm: Laura bas diiffllgllkbfll barself by ber frvq1u'lIt ajlpearaurc' on fbz' "E" lixf. S. A., Tau Epsilon 41 Spanish Club 4Q Botany Club 4. Downers Grove High School UNIvsRsITY or CHICAGO -r 9 yi F 9 9 ll 3 3 , ll 'r S li li 3 23CZ'I-'3GI5E-'3E5G12+E3E+E'-3Ei'3ZBQEI'D+Z?-'SZZ+3E'ZEEE3 if' uf- William Pierce "Bill" 4' WIJFH ii comes fo dramulirs, BilI's rigbl lbvrv. Hr ran V' frm impersonate a girl!! But be uses no "play riding" uihrn be is giving onlcrs as an R. O. T.C. ojiccr. T S. A., Board of Control 4, Civic Committee 3, R00m W' Secretary 1, Fire Guard 3, 4, "From Mandalay to Picca- F dilly" 3, Annual Staff 4, Dramatic Club 1, 3, 4, Presi- If dent 42 "The First Client," "Hurry, Hurry, Hurry," 'I "The Robe of Wood" 1, "Pa's New Housekeeperf' "The Finger of God," "The Grill" 3, "Frank Glynn's Wife," T "The Bank Robbery" 4g Hi-Y 4, Equestrian Club 3, 41 'f R. O. T. C., Corporal 1, Sergeant-Major 3, Lieutenant 3, Officers' Club 3, 4, Secretary 4, Vice-President 4, Ushers T r, 25 Stage Crew 3, Senior Social Committee 4. 'E' Arlington DENISON UNIIIERSITY ,+ Ivan Porter "IM", ,, ' In spilt' of Il'1lII'S dppdffllf q11if'tm'ss, his srusa' of lmmor f crops Ollf :wary non' aml then u'illJ amazing forma 4' S. A., Glee Club 3, 4, "From Mandalay to Piccadilly" 34 3, Empehi News Staff 1, 3, 4, Aero Club 1, 3, Zoology' Club 1, 3, Botany Club 1, 3, Chess and Checker Club 3, 3+ Senior Ring Committee 41 Basket-ball Manager 4. vw , Indianapolis, Indiana UNINIERSITX' or ILLINOIS P Lois Porter "Lo" I+' - e rr' - n - 'T' f Lois IS a real lin'-uvre. HN l'lIlbIlSldXlll for sporls f is eriilen! 1L'bE'I1 you sn' ber af a lizrly game of lvuuis. N, S. A., Orchestra 1, 3, Literary Club 4, Botany Club 'Q' f 1, 3, Girl Reserves 1, Interclass Soccer Team 1, Inter- f class Volley Ball 1, Tennis 3. 4. Hyde Park High School UNIVERSITX' or ILLINOIS 4, Franklin Reed f'C1lTlj',, I A boy with curly buir sfrraks pus! on u lII0l0l'l'j'l'll'. 4' You'z'e guessed rigbf-ills "Curly," If S. A., Management Committee 1, 1, Fire Guard 3, 45 Annual Staff 41 Art Club 3, Faraday Club 3, 4, Aero 'E' Club 3, R. O. T. C. 1, 3, 4, Second Lieutenant 3, Captain 'F' 4, Usher 1, 3. 4. Philip Risberg "Phil" 4, "Phil," who nzmr lo us in bis ibiril year, quifkly ml'- juslezl himself and made friends uf Empelvi. 4- Bowen: Bowen Go-Getters 1, 3. Morgan Park: S. A.: 3-rf Inter-room Basket-ball 4. P Bowen ARMOUR INSTITUTE or TECHNOLOGY I Dorothy Robinson "Dot" If Dofs musiral abilily bas rlvligbfml us many timus. , S. A., Glee Club 3, 4Q Orchestra 1, 3, 4, jazz Orches- ,gr tra 32 Girl Reserves 3, 4. f Len Small CHICAGO MUSICAL COLLEGE Y' Mary Elizabeth Roby "Betty" vi' S MisrlJir'1'o11s, black-eyed Bffiy bas bvr svrions mo- menfs when acting in ber vapariiy as I'zlifoI'-iii-flrivf of T Ihr Emprhi Annual. If S. A., Board of Control 3, 4, Management Committee 1, Civic Committee 3, Room Secretary 1, lg Hall Guard T 21 "Empehi on Parade" 43 Art Club 1, 3, Stage Craft T Club 3, Secretary 3, Annual Art Staff 3, Art Editor 31 Annual Staff 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief 41 Spanish Club 1, 3. H 4, Publicity Chairman, Poster Committee, Girl Reserves If 1, 3, 4, Secretary 41 Emblem Club 1, 3, Interclass Soccer I, 11 Interclass Basket-ball I, 1, 3, Captain I, 3, Inter- If class Volley Ball, Ping Pong Club 4, Poster Committee I If 1. 3, 4, Budget Committee 4. Sutherland GULF PARK l 4- ,iv- 4- ,4- F Flffgi'-I71'1'c 'r ll r r 5 ,. ,, il .,, li 5 ,., If If Ffffy-so William Roderman "Red,' Rell hair and a laigb scholastic stamling-tlaere you lzuri' W'illiu1n. S.A.g Tau .Epsilon 1, 45 Zoology Club 1, 3, 41 Fara- day Club 3g Hobby Club 3. St. Barnabas Mildred Roney "Mil', "Mil's" suret, smiling cxpressioii b0SIll'l1kX u grarions disposition-one tba! has the spirit for kindly favors. S. A., Civic Committee 2: Annual Collector IQ Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 4. Kenneth Ross "Refi" "Kenny" bas nzrnlr' many frirmls in the short time be bus been laerr. We all know bin: ns u star player on the football tram. St. Paul, Minn.: Football I, zg Track IQ Basket-ball IQ Wrestling zg "S" Clubg Letter Club, t'Kempy." White- bear High, Minn.: "The Mummy Brideng Pep Club: Track Meet Oilicial. Morgan Park: S. A.g Annual Art Staff, Football 4. Edward G. Sandrok "Eddie" "Ed," wbctber in or ont of the rlassrooni, is ready with a flag' of witty remarks. S. A., Civic Committee 3g Fire Guard 4, Glee Club I, 1, 3, "Jerry of Jericho Road" 25 Hobby Club :Q Commercial Club 31 Interclass Basket-ball 1, 3, Inter- class Baseball I, 2: Football 4: Baseball 4. Fernwood WHEATON COLLEGE Henry Schaar Harry's apparent lassitude zlrrvirm' ns nntil we saw bin: on the basket-ball floor. S.A.3 Orchestra 2, 5g Intcrclass Basket-ball 2, 4, Bas- ket-ball 4. Oak Lawn. Bonaventura Schulte "Bonnie" WWII miss swing Bonniv's rizirtlv-rlispoilsiizg grin. We-'ll miss ber nnzisnal skill as typist, too. Maine Township: Glee Club IQ Morgan Park: S.A.: Tau Epsilon 4X Spanish Club 43 Glee Club 43 Commer- cial Club 4, "Mandalay to Piccadilly" 4, "Tulip Time" IQ Empehi News 3, 4, Dramatic Club 43 "Bargain's a Bargainn :RQ "Frank Glynn's Wife," "Rustic Romeo" 4Q Girl Reserves 1. Maine Township UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA Hazel Simpson Hazel appears quiet nnil AIPIIIIIVF, but bw' frieluls will tcll yon bow cheerful and jolly sbr' really is. S. A.g Hall Guard 42 Zoology Club zz Glee Club 42 Girl Reserves I, 1. Kohn Nunses' TRAINING SCHOOL E3CE3f2'-5E5G-'5QL5E2CE5G'-5GiNZE2'.DEZD?Q3SDEZDEQ5'-ZDZZD 4 gE2G'-5E2E5E'2E525E5EZ'ZKQEQEl?-DE'-QE-'EE2-'D?-"ZDQ-"!JE3 ll 4' ll ll I if I 'I I I If 'f I I I I I -f 'f I I I Everett Smith "Erie" "Evil," of the ll1t'l1iflll0llS voice, has Ilarred in several of our operas. He was ihv origluufor of our ppp rom- miller. S. A., Civic Committee, Vice-President 21 Physics Club, President 4, Management Committee 42 Boys' Glce Club 4, "Tulip Time" I, "Pickles" z, "Empehi on Par- ade" Business Manager 4, R. G. T. C. I, IQ Pep Com- mittee, President 2, 3, Interclass Basket-ball I, 1, Inter- class Baseball I, 2, lntetclass Football I, 1. George Smith "Smitfy" George was the inspiring rapluin of Ihr football foam. He is ralrd as one of Ihr bex! lincmerz in Ihr Sonih Sm'- tion. S. A., Tau Epsilon 4, Art Club 2, Emblem Club 3, 42 Interclass Baseball I, 1, Interclass Football 2, lnterclass Wrestling lg Football 3, 4, Captain 4, Baseball 3, 4, Wrestling 3, 43 Ping Pong Club 4, Chess and Checker Club 4. Englewood High School Ruth Smith Blur' eyes, a .vofl Loire, ana' a suevf Ilixpoiitiou chur- arfvrize n friend on whom ue may nlvpenrl. S. A., Glee Club 3, 4g "From Mandalay to Piccadilly" 4, Botany Club 21 Zoology Club 1, Girl Reserves I, 1. Vanderpoel. JQL- Cheston Stafford "Pink-3' Cheslon ix anofher 0118 of our "reil-hourly." XVI' XllXfIL'l'l he is giflcd usilh a sense of humor which bv n-fzzxvx lo zlisplay noisily. S. A., R. O. T. C., Officers' Club 3, 4, Band I, 3. 4, Orchestra 3. Arlington Robert Stanton "Bob" Allhough A z'0mparaliI'c' nc'u'L'0mrr, Bob has re'aI'hc':1' fha' rank of livlllmiarxl in the R.O.T.C. He holds I1 high place in the llgt'l'fl07lS ofEm1Jehilz's, foo. S. A., Civic Committee 4, Room Secretary 4, Fire Guard 1, 3, Boys' Glee Club 42 Dramatic Club 4: Zoology Club 4, Faraday Club 1, 3, Hi-Y 41 R.O. T. C. 3, 4, Rifle Team 4, Sergeant 3, Lieutenant 42 Pep Committee 4, Emblem Club 4, Equestrian Club 3. 4: Basket-ball Team Manager 4, Ring Committee Chair- man 4. Harvard Military Academy UNIVERSITX' or CHICAGO Dorothy Stephenson "Dot" "Dol" tonld Fkgffllllllj' qualify as a Frvrirh moIlixlz'-- she shows such skill in thc making of her rluinly, haml- marle rlolhex. S. A., Civic Committee 4, Dramatic Club 1, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Botany Club 21 Girl Reserves, Tennis 3, "From Mandalay to Piccadillyu 3. Joseph Stephenson "foe" "loo," tha! blonde six-fool R. O. T'. C. ojfifrr, is a hobby Ifrdhllsiast-his faiforiie hobby being gznhrollefi- mg. S. A., Board of Control 2, Civic Committee I1 Room Secretary 3, Band IQ Botany Club 2, 3, Hobby Club 2, Zoology Club 2, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Glee Club 32 Officers' Club 4, Inter-room Basket-ball 3, Interclass Football, School Service Committee. D15 PAUW UNIVERSITH' .XX K Fifty-Seven ,J 232522226-?E33E5G5E5ZZEZ3?ZE3?,l5P,65E3 I 'f 'f .V I I i l . Rall, ,. 'v .V .V I I 'f .V 'r .V .V .V .V .V .V E'-'ZDE3 E3G15Gf:C7-.l'2E5E52E'f3E-5E5Eb'I9EQ':?-5EZ+3S?-Q?35'QE2D23 YV Y 4 ll Y., Y., Y, Y., Y, Y., ll ll Y, Y., Y, r Y, 'f ll ll Virginia Sritt "Gin" "Gin" is one of our promising cqueslriaus. For a girl so rliniinutirr shi' has an unusually expansive laugh by zrhirh she is easily rerognized. S. A., Board of Control 4, Literary Club 4, Secretary 4, Stagecraft Club 2, Latin Club 3, Girl Reserves 2, 3. 4, Equestrian Club 3, 4, President 4, Interclass Soccer Team 4, lnterclass Basket-ball 4, Inter-room Basket- ball 4. Arlington DE PAUW UNIVERSITY Doris Swann "Daria" Doris, ihe oihcr half of Ihr inseparable lmir--Hope and Doris-is an ufhlrle with a keen, quick wil and a sense of fair play. S. A., Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Glee Club 4g "Empehi on Parade" 4, Annual Staff 4Q Empehi News StaE 3, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Latin Club 3, Spanish Club 4, Botany Club 2, 3, Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Emblem Club 4, Equestrian Club 1, 3, 4, Interclass Baseball 2, 3, 42 Interclass Basket-ball 2, 3, 4, Interclass Soccer 2, 3, 41 Intcrclass Volley Ball 2, 3, Tennis 3, 4, Life-Saving Club 1. Sutherland NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITX' Yvonne Eugenia Swett "Genie" Guyely of 1lll17l7ll'l', sweetness of naiure, and unusual grrirz' in dancing are some of Ihr qualifies whirh form the rhnrurirr we know as "Genie," S.A., Annual Collector 3, Glee Club 3, "Jerry of Jericho Road" 3, Band 42 Botany Club 2, 3, 4, Zoology Club 4, Hobby Club 3, Girl Reserves 3, 42 lnterclass Volley Ball 2. Barnard UNIVERSITY or ILLINOIS Elizabeth Swift "Betsy" Bvisy with har iufcrtious laugh :nukes 4-wry onr uboul her happy. Shi' van be serious, as she hus prorerl by her work in Girl Rvsr'r1'es. S. A., Management Committee 2, 3, Room Secretary lj Room Treasurer 2, Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Treasurer 3, 4, Secretary 4, "From Mandalay to Pic- cadilly" 3, French Club 3, 4, Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. Sutherland WELLESLEY Frank Tatge "Bud" "Burl" is a good worker who run aluwyr be rlepuzdrd upon lo "flt'liz'er fbe goods." Tilden Tech: Tilden Tech Times, Morgan Park: S. A., lnterclass Football 3. Vanderpoel CRANE JUNIOR COLLEGE Alice Taylor "Hone3"' A pleasing ronibinafiau of brains Hllil spiry uri!- fhnfs Alice. S. A., Tau Epsilon 1, 3, 4, Botany Club 1. Esmond Virgi-nia Thyer "Ginnie" Virginia is a pretty, liftle, blonde roquclte who hal been quite arfizfc in the Glee Club. S. A., I, 2, 3, 4, Room Treasurer IQ "Empehi on Par- ade," 4, "Jerry of Jericho Road" 3, Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 21 Girl Reserves I. Fernwood UNIVERSITY' or ILLINoIl Y. Y? r if ll li ll If ll r Y. 4 'P ll E3E5GZ2CI-feE'-5CET2GlZ5GE3E5Ei'3QZ?-QEZ+3St3-'QE'Q?-3E2EE3 X41 53E'2EE2E5E+Q'J3G5E5Ei'Zt335'Q5'Z+333Z5'-'5?SlZ33-"5J2?1 'E l V ? ? li li 'i 'f ll 'f 'f if V 4 li 'r ,. 'r 'f 'f 'f ,. ,. Frank Todd "Tuff, Frank, who luis been surly all c'xz'a'llciIi Sl't'ft'fdYJ' of llse Slmlevil Assoeiatioiz, is Ibn! lull, blomle, rlebonair clamp ibut is so well liked. S. A., Secretary 4, Board of Control: Management Committee 1, 2, 45 Room Secretary 1, 3, Room Treasurer 35 Fire Guard 3, 4: Tau Epsilon I, 2, 3. 4: Empehi News Staff 3g Quill and Scroll 3g Faraday Club 3, Span- ish Club 22 Hi-Y 45 R. O. T. C. 1, 3, 4, Football 43 Baseball 3, 4g Interclass Football I, 1, 35 lnterclass Base- ball 1, 33 Senior Prom Committee 4. Sutherland PURDUE UNIVERSITN' Dorothy Troughton "Dain "Dol's" quirk ui! has Xl'l'l'L'll ber in niuny an einer- grnry. Her femlrnry fo finish anyihing sln' slnrls will insure ber ereiilual surress. S. A., Quilpen 1, 3, 45 "From Mandalay to Piccadillyn 3, "A Bargain's a Bargain" 3, "Temple of Beauty" 4. George Umhoffer George is that ralber serious rbup u'lJo slwozn-Il lux su- perior ilramalir lalenf as tlne olzl inusii'-niaslvr in fbc' "Violin Mulzer of Crenioiiuf' S.A.g Management Committee I, IQ Fire Guard 3, 4: Tau Epsilon 1, 1, 35 Glee Club 3, "From Mandalay to Piccadilly" 3, "Empehi on Parade" 4Q Quilpen 3, 4: Dramatic Club 42 Spanish Club 1, 3, Zoology Club 1, 3. 4, Treasurer 45 R. O. T. C. I, 1, 3, 4, Lieutenant 3, Cap- tain 4, Officers' Club 35 Ushers 1, 3, Interclass Basket- ball 4. Vanderpoel Susie Usborne 'SZIUU Da1'le-ryeil, fun-loriiig Sue lm l'0llfl'll7Illl'Ll' lwih Milbu- siasm and abilily io girls' iztblelics ai Empelvi. S. A., Tau Epsilon 1, 35 French Club 1, 31 Botany Club 3, Zoology Club lg Faraday Club 35 Girls' Emblem Club 3, 4Q Interclass Soccer 1, 3, 4Q Interclass Basket-ball 1, 3, 4, Captain 33 Interclass Volley Ball 1, 3, 41 Inter- class Baseball 1, 3, Tennis 3. Arlington AMERICAN ACADENIX' or Anus Donald Van Valkenburgh "Don" "Dan" is a slmlenl ulvo may lu' mill-il upon lo Ilo liix share of any laslz. Hi' run lit' founil ll'l7l'Yt'l'L'l' baseball is being Ilisrusserl. S. A., Room Treasurer 1: Fire Guard 3, 41 Tau Ep- silon 4Q Empehi News 35 Hi-Y 4: R. O, T.C. I, 1, 3, 4, Corporal 2, Sergeant 3, Sergeant Major 4: Usher 3. Sutherland Verner Velander Almost 7lFl'C'T serious, anil usually in mint misrliivf- you fan'l bi-Ip liking Verner. S.A.g Annual Collector li R. O. T. C. I. 1, 3, 4: Usher 1, 3, 45 Baseball 42 Swimming Team 1, 3, 41 Ten- nis 1, 3, 4. Foster BLACIQBURN Virginia Wakeley "Gin" "Gin's" luinkling l7f0ll,'ll eyes tell IlJe worlrl tba! lwre is a girl who can always find some reason for laughter. Her presenre is an ejfvciire ionic for pessimisfs. S.A.g Board of Control 4: Girl Reserves I, 1, 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 3, 45 French Club 42 Equestrian Club 1, 3, 4, President 4, Zoology Club IQ "From Mandalay to Pic- cadilly" 3. Vanderpoel UNIVERSITY' or WISCONSIN X Fifty-Nine 'f 'f If if If ,V ,, 'f of If ,V 111 NWf"f vl' nfl mfr vii: wif Nfl 3+ NV! iff iff iff 'ESE'-3Q'u5Ef'32'2G'45E5E5EEi'Et3Z?-E+ 333333323 V ii 'f .V 'f ,. 'f ,. 'f 'f .,, ,. 'f 'f 'f 'f ,, ,, if if 'f E23GZ2.3E5E25E5E-'3Q'-'5GJ5Ei++3Zft3I53g2QESE,'.QZE'.ZF,2ZS3 .5'i.rf-v Winthrop Warren "Wirz" Winthrop is our of our iriuimwr "hc'uL'ies" on thc- bris- krf-hnll team. Ht' has abilily as a rarloonisl, loo. Sre "EmpelJilurit3f" for c'l,fide'rn't' of fhal. S. A., Room Secretary 1, Art Club I, 2, 3, Secretary 35 Emblem Club 43 Interclass Basket-ball 3, 4. Barnard CHICAGO ART INSTITUTE Madora Weir "Thi" Marlon: is lhut tall, prrlly girl with hair like hur- IIlSl7L'il gold aml a heart to mulch ii. S. A., Tau Epsilon I, 1, 33 Spanish Club 3, 43 Botany Club 3, Zoology Club IQ Faraday Club 33 Equestrian Club 4, Inter-class Soccer 4, Interclass Volley Ball 1, 4: Interclass Basket-ball 4. Florence Whyte Bruzzly, brains, and Paris fl15lJlOllS.l Whom rlxr roulzl lhoxv worzls rlvsrrihr bn! "Fl0sxit"'? S. A. Board of Control 1, 3, 43 Management Com- mittee IQ Secretary 1g Room Treasurer 1, 3, Social Committee 22 Tau Epsilon 1, 15 Glee Club 3, 4, Presi- dent 4, "Pickles" 1, "jerry of jericho Road" 1, "From Mandalay to Piccadillyu 3, "Empehi on Paradel' 45 Danc- ing Club 1, 1, 3,'Secretary 1, Vice-President 1, Presi- dent 1, Annual Staff 3, 4, Girl Reserves 1, 1, 3, 49 Pep Committee 3, 4, Emblem Club 1, 3, 4, Equestrian Club 1, 3, 4, President 3, Interclass Soccer Team 1, 1, 3, 4. Captain 1, 4, Interclass Basket-ball 1, 1, 3g Interclass Volley Ball 1, 1, 3, 4, Captain 1: Interclass Baseball ig Senior Prom Committee Chairman 4. Sutherland Edith Williams The Girl Rrsvrrrx haw' rilzvuyx fallvrl an Edith zrhcri tr l'0llIlJl'f!'lIl mul willing worker was lwrrlml. S. A., Room Secretary 15 Tau Epsilon 4Q Glee Club 3, 4: "From Mandalay to Piccadilly" 35 "Rustic Ro- meo" 3g Empehi News Staff 3, 4: Literary Club 3, 4: French Club 4: Latin Club 35 Girl Reserves 1, 1, 3, 4, Cabinet 4g Interclass Volley Ball 1. Sutherland 'I 1 Alfred Wilson , "H 'S ' "Al" is a gooil foolllull player, fiml an irlral Mrfhaizirul Aff XfIl1lL'lIf, as Mr. Olsen will ifvrify. S. A.g Tau Epsilon 43 Art Club BQ Empehi News Staff 3, Aero Club 3, Interclass Basket-ball 1, Inter- room Basket-ball 1, li Interclass Baseball 1, 3, Interclass Football 1, 3, Baseball 31 Football 4, Interclass Wres- tling 51 NVrestling 31 Basket-ball 1g Faraday Club 32 Emblem Club 45 Ping Pong Club 45 Chess and Checker Club. Arlington Carroll Wohlfarth Ca l'1',fr'1'1', virsj'-going, Lllllfli-1Ulfft'll1l'bllf,S Kaya! Hr hui Ihr plf-uring frivizliy uf making l'l'l'l'J' om' happy. S. A.: Board of Control 42 Annual Collector 45 Tau Epsilon 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 3, 4, President 4, "jerry of Jericho Road" 1. "From Mandalay to Piccadilly" 3: "Empel1i on Parade" 45 jazz Orchestra 4. Longfellow UNIVERSITX' or ILLINOIS John Wyant lohu hai fi slou' inimilnhlv ilrizwl, which l'L't'!'j'UIll' lhomughly vujoyx. S. A.g Band 1: Empehi News 42 Faraday Club 33 Aero Club 3, 43 R. O. T. C. 1, 1. Vandcrpoel PURDUE UNIVERSITY 'f ef 'f W,+ V 'f yi? 'f 'r ii 'f 9 Wg if li 'f V, Ii ii 'r ,., EZESEECZIEGIEGEEQEEEEEEEZQZZQEQESQQKQEIZJQEEZ 23EE5C'if:E5Qf:E2E25C2"-5GZi'ZZZg3'Jt33ESZ'-ZJE'QE!5?-'-37 'r ., , V, ,V 'I ,V ,, ,,, .V ,,, i .V ,, "1 .,, V, Y, ,,, 'f if I 'f if Velma Bond Vz'lma's keen srusc of bumor is muflJ apprrriulcil. S. A., Tau Epsilon 3, French Club 1, 3, Volley Ball 1. Esmond l Eugenia Dubbs "Nicky" If you see n sparkling smile and snapping blark ayrs- tbafs "Gz'nie.', S. A., Glee Club 4, "Mandalay to Piccadilly" 4, Span- ish Club 4, Botany Club 1, 3, Girl Reserves I, 1, 3. Vanderpoel Arthur Faas "Asfoo" Artis gay pranks will make life easier for laimsvlf am! his assuciales. Senn: Latin Club 1, 3, Travel Club 2, Annual Collec- tor 1, 3, R. O. T. C., Lieutenant, Hall Guard 1, 3. Morgan Park: Latin Club. Senn UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS George Goehst "Beau" George is usually wry ilisrreef aml quict, but Ivifb II litflr encouragement be will prove lJiuIst'lf wry amusing. S.A., Glee Club 1, Commercial Club 3, 4: R.O.T.C. I, 1, Interclass Football 1. Arlington Walter Harding "Wallie', "WalFs" clever line sboulil leail lJim 10 sun'c'ss in Ihr' business world. S. A., Fire Guard 4, Tau Epsilon 1, Latin Club 3, 4, R. O. T. C. 1, 3, 4, Picked Squad 3, Sergeant 3, 4. Esmond CRANE JUNIOR COLLEGE Malcolm McCallum A likable boy who bas ilisliuguislnnl' bimsrlf by bis r.x'rvlli'IIl stbolarsbip. S. A., Glee Club 3, 4. John Tabbert Iobli has brougbi uilh laim from Tililen bis fame as a skillful alblele. Tilden: Senior Ice Skating IQ Interclass Ice Skating Gymnastics lg Gymnastic Coach 3, lnterclass Baseball, Tilden Times Staff. Tilden Technical High School Preslie Turner An olrl stamfby of lbc' Glre Club, aluuys rtaily fo aid aml abef any ulisclyief-ulalzer. S. A., Glee Club 5, 6, 7, "From Mandalay to Picca- dilly," "Empchi on Parade", Zoology Club 3, 4. - Arlington UNIVERSITY Q1-' ILLINOIS ljilfs w ,, , 1 ghiflvl --we Warren L. West Au anlenf sports-wrilvr u.'lJo is a magnet for "liIt"' uvzrs from fbr Sporls uorlil. S. A., Management Committee IQ Room Treasurer 1, 3, R. O. T. C. I, 1, 3, 4, Corporal 1, 3, Sergeant 3, Platoon Sergeant, Usher I, 1, 3, 4, Assistant chief 3, 4, Chief 4, Empehi News Staff 3, 42 Glee Club 31 "From Mandalay to Piccadilly" 3, Oifice Orderly I, 1, 3, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Zoology Club 3. Barnard NORTHXVESTERN UNIVERSITY t. M. .. -VN' I v v ,. f. Sixiy-One .V W "1 .V V. .V .V .N 'Y W .W F . T. .V W V, Y.. F .Y V. V. .V V. ESQQGEGEEEQEGEEEGEEEEZKQEZDEZEEEZKQEZEZSZ X N f of Z-N 5 .Q uf my 1 ffm , Q53 M 7QJJ QQ Q N . 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She has been one of the most I popular members of the Glee Club, in which she filled the position of treasurer. ll , She also appeared in several operas. The Social Committee, Tau Epsilon, and the Annual Staff all have had proof of her sincere and devoted Work. if Q " Ruth's classmates will always remember her as a leader, a faithful worker, Wi' a charming, unassuming girl, and a true and loyal friend. lg if if GEORGE Gnosscuif Wi' "Torch" is one of the most popular, hard-Working, and representative mem- T is bers of his class. As social chairman he gave his classmates original and amusing V, parties. Whether in the field of sport or extra-curricular activity, "Torch" is equally at home. In his junior year he Was first-string quarter-back on the football "' squad, and in his senior year he served as captain of the swimming team. While ? 'f a senior, George was a member of Tau Epsilon, the Board of Control, Hi-Y, the Glee Club, and the Emblem Club. He also appeared in several operas. is When George leaves us, Morgan Park will lose one of its most versatile V students. His friendship to all will long be remembered. 'F 9 9 Szlrly- Two Q'-'2C5-'-5E5E5E"3E3GL":GE3EZ'++3ZQ3E-'QEZZSEs'ZEZ+ZQZ"" Ebcfs Eiga, june, 1931 GRACE GRAVER Grace Graver, a member of Tau Epsilon, is one of the most popular, efficient and versatile members of her class. Her unquestioned popularity is proved by her representation in the many activities of Empehi. In her junior year she was elected second Vice-President of the Student Association. In her senior year she was elected to the highest position Morgan Park can offer-Student Association President. She has filled this position with exceptional charm of manner and executive ability. With all the admirable qualities exemplified in Grace are included a democracy of spirit and a modesty and graciousness of manner that endear her to all. HERBERT GUNNER "Herb" has been one of Morgan Park's star athletes. Starting as a "sub" on the lightweight team, he worked up to a leading position on the heaviesg and, during the last season, because of his ability as a leader, he was given the honor of being captain of his team. "Herb" has also shown prowess as a swim- mer, holding a prominent place on Empehi's swimming team for several semesters. His athletic ability has won for him membership in the Emblem Club. Sports haven't taken all of his time, however, for "Herb" has ranked high in scholastic standing. He has been an active member of Tau Epsilon. In recognition of his capability and popularity, the June Class of 1931 chose him as president. Si.rty-Tlzrrc' 'ff 9 v 533'-5552555 F33 E'2Ee",31f',Z5S1t'iZ igZf-'i:',,ITE+31 P Y 'RJ Q wi' wi' iff if 9 V, V Y. -f whos wha, yum, 1931 y-v-y 4- l FLORENCE WHYTE is 'f Florence Whyte is an all-around American girl-active in sports, class- " work, and social affairs. '57 Florence's versatility, efficiency, and scholarship are revealed in the numer- "' ous activities in which she has taken part. During her school career, duties and 'f' oHices of all kinds have been heaped upon her and each has been performed with 'f care and distinction. She was a member of the Soccer Team, the Equestrian ,of 4 Club, and the Emblem Clubg she was active in Girl Reserves, the Annual Staff, and Tau Epsilon. In her senior year she was president of the Girls' Glee Club. It was with unanimous approval that the class of 1931 selected her as a fitting representative student of Morgan Park High School. iff if wt' E 'f RICHARD KEPHART H ,.- With "Dick" Kepharlfs name we associate unusual athletic ability and a ,iw t gift for leadership. "Dick,' has served brilliantly on many school teams and 6' Y- has been outstanding in numerous activities. sf For three years "Dick" was a member of the basketball teams. In his ,+ 4 senior year he was made captain of the heavyweights. His executive ability was recognized when he served as a member of the V V Civic and Management Committees and when he was elected president of the Emblem Club. ' VF " i "Dick's" friendliness, fine sportsmanship, and enthusiastic support of every H wi' school endeavor have won for him the universal esteem of Empehi. wi' xfr wir 5'i.r!y-Four ff f X, xE3GT'd25E5E5Q'f?Q-52335-'5E'Z5Z3E3EQE3+ 7 6 f 9 M il i is rl -.- , y -f ' "Y ffl if 'f 'f if rf .. V H whos wha, Elumz, 1931 iii ELQJISE ABBOTT Iii' 4 Eloise Abbott, perhaps better known as "El," is one of Empehi's favorites. T Eloise is best known as the Girl Reserve president., a position which she filled capably for a year and a half. She has been interested in Girl Reserves V ever since her grammar school days, when she took part in several skits. ti Throughout her high school life she has typified the ideal Girl Reserve. As a member of the Dramatic Club, Eloise has given us delightful enter- tainment, in serious as well as in comic parts. Eloise is also a member of Tau Epsilon and the Glee Club. El's democratic spirit, boundless enthusiasm, andwholehearted friendliness lf lil W JAMES CALDWELL 'fi 'f 9 Q have won her a well-deserved popularity. sw- Tall, blonde, affable "Jim" has been especially active in the R. O. T. C. ..- , and in Tau Epsilon. F wi- We usually see Jim in uniform. His military record is one to be proud of. wi- He acted as head of the usher squad, ranked as captain in his senior year, and + served as president of the Officers' Club in his fourth year. + Jim,s efficient management of Open House Night brought him praise from if both faculty and students. if His leadership won him membership on the Board of Control, the Managel S ' ment Committee, the Civic Committee, in Hi-Y, and in Quill and Scroll. 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P xx i l ll . .1 ve ' 0 x 1 D vi ' ' AI CJ, i- ZI Ilaigb btbnul btuiaenfs "iBiIgrim's rugressn fwifb apologies fo Iobn Bunyanj Q s HE curiously starts the long climb up High School Mountain, the Student carries upon his shoulders an empty pack to be filled along the road with Good Records. In his hand he holds a stout, heavy staff. Student finds it difficult to keep up with the other climbers, since he is delayed for a time by the Have-a-Good-Time group. Suddenly he pauses in alarm. Ahead of him is the dark hole of Almost-Flunking. He finds himself on a path surrounded by flinty crags, False Frie-nds. Some of his gay companions fall to their doom. Student's itinerary sheet, the Empehi News, helps him find the way of escape. Finally, Student stands on the solid Tau Epsilon Plateau in Sophomore Land. Aided by two compa-nions, School Spirit and Extra Curricula, Student climbs the curving mountain trail which leads to the Gate of Promotion guarding Junior Land. Steeper and steeper becomes the path, but Student climbs on, using his staff. A deafening explosion brings down an avalanche of Vocabularies, Tenses, and Translations, making him lose sight of his traveling companion, Extra Curricula. After he has dug his way out, Stu- dent hurries on toward Junior Land, glimpsing as he goes the Glee Club Bower, Spanish Hacienda, Dramatic Club Inn, French Pension, and the Latin Club Forum near the Proposed Athletic Field. He is routed from Botany Park by the Zoology Demon, and nearly sinks into the bottomless quicksands of Too-Much-Outside-Activity. Dazed and breathless, Student becomes conscious of a bright light shining upon him. Looking, he sees a golden Quilpen writing a message: "Look in your pack. You have filled it with Good Records through your Wise Decisions and Perseverance. You have within its battered folds Hon- esty and Fair Play. The staff in your hand is Application and it is the Key to Junior Land. It will also unlock the door to Senior Land, where you will find the Heights of Graduation." Student raises the Staff of Application and behold! the door opens. Seeing before him a shining vista, Student enters Junior Land. MURIEL MCCLURE, '3 3 Siafx N me ii1"E5Gf:C2'-5CE5E+E5CE5G5C'2ifZQ3ED?QEQE'-3E2DE3E'-EE14DLE U 3 S F5 as is H fs S 5 F5 3 5 li rs Ii S 5 ii ' 5 E3E5E2EE2Ei+EE-'3E25EZ++3QEE.'ZE.'5EQE-'ZE,'.'9:Z'.Q5'Z 5+ is G' T 12 . X I -1 . X ',l ' x 9 ! H -1 52 T ' F? p E ,Gigi ,f in IS az: ,G Em Ei frm is M 'S gg + F5 2 E5 wg -n Xffa - -E ug in Wg ' K 'in' ' 'WE ' D18 3' xv'XLxxA x WS qgrcuunty Pubiic wan W0 Webster Street - N 861 2270 an lan an 1.3! VJ gi f - ' I 1 xr r , X X , eq X sl I fi-N29 MF 'f ry e Debneare thas pearbook m y 529 to QE. Qillen glfubrmem, K ' M N' tnbom me mill remember as rr Nj x one Ibm retneeleh to us the uuher- Q -h Ipiug trrrrbs beerrrtp in tbe fi f r ' IIJUKEJZ ol QEngl1sb Ybtererrrrre. 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We have lost the timid demeanor of the Freshman but have not gai-ned the awe-inspiring dignity of manner of the upper classman. N0 longer are so-called clever jokes tossed at us from all sides if we run through the halls or make a rather hasty exit from the wrong class. It is we who toss the jokes. Every activity of the school is now of deep import to us whether it be athletics, music, or drama. The teachers no longer seem ogre-like, but really human and friendly. Soon we will be Juniors, and we will say to ourselves: "This is the life! No joking, the Juniors have the happiest lot. And I considered myself lucky when I was a Soph!" ELEANOR RAMER, '33 5'ez'cntx F11 I f 4 2? E I3 15 8 3 ,. J' 3 .Q H H .S ii S H as P1 bil E5EG'-'EE-5EEffEf2G'a5GI'l++Z5'3+Z2!JE,'ZSEZ?-'.Q-i?.QEZQ 1 1 Q "'-Q7- iiwuw 130 , 'FU mpg .AQ GP7 612 , E3 E23 E3 , Q12 im? REL Em , :QB Y E+ 61332322 f E2 , E3 , Q33 Z.-7"'4 C2'Ef . . 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