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Calkins Shorfhanil, Tj jn'u'rifii1g Ann Callahan Hisfory Helena Callis English Virginia Cavoit English Mildred Collins English Lillian Condit lDeanj English Meroe Conlan Ervnrh Loretta R. Delahunt Hisfory Charles Drummond Mulhrnzafics, Physirs J. Athena Fischer Household Srivnrt E. Ellen Euhrman English Jessie Gahl Physirul Eilnration A. Royall Gay Physifs FACULTY William Sclioch Prinripul George G. Lorentz Assislunf Prinfipal Helen E. Gree ld Sr'u'ing Lewis L. Hall Chfmistrj' Guy D. Hartle Banff, Orrhvslru Bernice B. Hartle Mnsir Harriet A. Hecht Latin Evangline B. Hibbard Lihmrian Dorothy E. Holder Malhtmalifs Mary F. Holland Sfnmish, English Edna B. Hotchkiss Frrv-htiml Dlllll ing Curtis A. Hunter Shop Helen C. Jacques Prev-hanil Driiuing Irma S. Kimmel English, Oral Expression Rosalie C. Kurz Physiral Eilmwifiizii Elsie R. Larson English Ida Nicely Lillis Gvixrral Sciriiri Mary Livingston Tyjn'u'riting Eugenie Mackin Sorial Svirni 4' Annie M. Manz English Robert E. Maysack Coin iilrrrlal Siihjvrls Celia Merry C0n1rm'n'ial Snhjrfls Edward Meyers Hislory. Cn ivs fl, f V . ,I ,- X, .4 Z Bcrrlia Miller Hisfory Ruth L. Mills Czmzinvrvml Snhjrrls Genevieve Monschql Bofuny Mrs. Morgan Mahon Mary Nealan English E. R. O'Connor Mafhvinalirs Lawrence E. Olsen Mvrhailirul Drizning Harry E. Parrett Mlliltxry Iiislrzirfor Bernard R. Peterson Physiurl Ellnmifion Cora E. Petty Liilin Dorothy Phipps Gciirral Si'ii'iiri' Nellie Reeser English Mary D. Rogers Sfz'lI0gl'tIf7lJj', Tyfivii filing Claribel Sheehy Frvi'-haml Di'au'ing john R. Specht Mu1'hi'n1i1lit's Margaret Sturgeon English, Ionrnizlisni Mary E. Thompson Hisfory Dick Tweedie Physifnl Eiliiclrfion Laura Yfalter Mrzlhrinalirs Lillian Vfieslander Miifhmnafirs Mabel W'ilson Coninierriul Snhjvffs Eleven 4 THE EMPEHI "Bob" Bethke Marjorie Pritchard "W'alt" Kleinmann Isabelle Longley Pl't'AlIlt'7If l7ll'1'P!'l'X I t Tri'i1s1n'i' Scfr4'Im'y HALL OF FAME-FEBRUARY CLASS Best Looking Girl Best Looking Boy Most Popular Girl Most Popular Boy Girl With Best Line Boy With Best Line Best Dressed Girl Best Dressed Boy Girl With Best Sense of Humor Boy With Best Sense of Humor Most Studious Girl Most Studious Boy Girl With Most Contagious Laugh Boy With Most Contagious Laugh Most Dignihed Girl Most Dignified Boy Most Bashful Girl Most Bashful Boy Best Girl Dancer Best Boy Dancer , Hungriest Girl. , . , Hungriest Boy. . Best Athlete Girl Best Athlete Boy Best Couple, . , Cutest Girl , A Tu'r'f1'c' Mary Jane Goodspeed A Bill Kline Harriet Wilson Dick Bowlin Gladys Stanyer John Odell , Margaret Van Gott . Tom Le Messurier Dorothy Schroeder P Bill Schultz Mabel Swift Willard Verduin Helen Abbott Lorry Lindvall A Marjorie Pritchard , .Tom Le Messurier Marjorie Pritchard, Helene Warner P . . Ed Lucius , Ruth Potts , . Bob Bethke Avis Mortenson George Stankow . , Lola Stump Dick Bowlin George Stankow Gladys Stanyer 3 1833 03120 9098 OF1933P i ' HELEN ABBOTT "Bel" S.A.5 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Treasurer 4g Div. room oiiicer I. SQ "Court at Naishapurn 35 "Havana" 4g Botany Club 3. SUTHERLAND Illinois LAURABELLE ANDERSON "Snook.r', S.A.5 Tau Epsilon I, 3, 45 Girl Reserves 45 Commercial Club 2, 3, 45 Annual Collector I, 35 Literary Club 3, 45 Span- ish Club 2, 3, 45 French Club 3, 45 Botany Club. ESMOND Bryant-Sfraflozi Business PATRICIA BABEL "Pal" S.A.5 Physics Club 35 Zool- ogy Club 2. SUTI-IERLAND Illinoir ROBERT BETHKE "Bohn S.A.5 Senior Class Pres.5 Tau Epsilon I, 3, 45 Pres. 45 Swim- ming team, Captain 4g R.O.T.C. I, 2, 3, 45 Major 4Q Hi-Y5 Band. VANDERPOEL Chicago ALICE BOBLITT S.A.5 Tau Epsilon 3, 45 Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 45 French Club 4: Zoology Club 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 45 i'Court at Naisha- pur" 35 "Havana" 4. EBIERSON, INDIANAPOLIS Bnlforiz' Srbool for Women, Lomlon BETTY BORNHAUSEN "Borny" .S.A.5 Spanish Club 2, 35 In- terclass Basketball5 Intersubject Volley Ballg lnterclass Volley- ball. BARNARD Bnsinrxs Collegr RICHARD BOXVLIN "Dirk" S.A,5 Annual Staff 41 Foot- ball 2, 3, 45 Capt. 41 Baseball 3, 4j Hi-Y 3, 45 Emblem Club 2, 3, 45 Pres. 35 Room Officer 2, 3, 45 Board of Control 32 Student Council 2, 3, 41 Tau Epsilon 4. VANDERPOEL N01'tbll'L'5fL'l'll ISABELLE CRANE fflnyu S.A.5 Girl Reserves Treas. 35 Latin Club 2, 3, 4C Tau Epsilon 35 Management Committee 45 Annual Collector 41 Div. room officer 3, 45 Prom. Committee 4. SUTI-IERLAND Illinois -'Fifa wt N- , B1 s, sg. ' 9 " I'5.' .-5 Q X 0 NT- - g V if t Rb ...I-J. 4 ps, tj ,f as ,SK 3 I 1 ,.. S ,on JPY'-1 -:- t .1- Ib it - x -+ My X- , W' 62 'tgfffx' . ,nd ' 4.--, iff, if f 4 SNR ' Sw :':': ' X inii -1 ,',. fx AW... - - , . . 5, I w Q. ass ix "' YW., 'NSS . Q -igcfr I .4 I '55 S .-i ,. . 'fa ' M :.'swN f K .1 5 . BETTY CURTIS HBUHU S.A.5 Literary Club 3, 45 Pres. 45 French Club 3, 41 Latin Club 2, 3, 4Q Tau Epsilon IQ Inter-subject Valley-ball. BARNARD Illinois THEODORE DAHLSTROM "Ted" S.A.5 Olhcers' Club 45 French Club 35 Physics Club 35 Band I, 2, 3, 42 Usher force 2, 35 Interclass W'restling 2. SUTHERLAND "Y" Collegi' ALMA DANIEL "Laurie" S.A.5 Tau Epsilon I5 Botany Club5 Literary Club 2, 35 French Club 2, 3, 4Q Latin Club 2, 3, ESBIOND CATHERINE DANOLIC HKU.. S.A.5 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Zoology Club 35 Glee Clubg Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 45 "HavanaU 4. ARLINGTON CLIFFORD DOWNING "Cliff" S.A.5 Tau Epsilon 42 Physics Club 3, 45 Board of Control 45 Zoology 2, 3, 4. ARLINGTON .'iVllIOIll'II1SfIfIlfP BLANCI-IE ESCHEMAN "Esfbie', S.A.5Dram.1tic Club 42 French Club 2, 3, 45 Botany Club 2, 3. VANIJERPOEL MYRTLE FREDRICKSON "NI3rl" S.A.5 Glee Club I, 2, 35 Em- blem Club 4: "Mandalay to Pic- aClilly" IQ "Court at Naisha- pur"3. VANDERPOEL CHARLES GARDNER "CbnclQ" S.A.5 R.O.T.C. I, 2. 3, 4: Othcers' Club 3. 4: Pres. 4Q Div. room odicer IZ Band 3. GRESI-I.xxI Tbirifen KATHERYNE GASSLER .,KuJ,v S.A., Girl Reserves 1, 3, Dra- matic Club 4g Glee Club 3, 4, "Court at Naishapur" 4. XVANDIQRPOEI., Lewis Inxliluiz' MARY JANE GOODSPEED S.A., Tau Epsilon I, 2, Glee Club 1, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 4, Student Court 4, Senior Prom Chairman, Div. room officer 3, 4. FORT DEARBORN Illinois CRYSTAL HAMMAR S.A., Girl Reserves 1, 3, 42 Pres. 41 Tau Epsilon I, 2, 3, 42 Dancing Club I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 42 "Court at Naishapurn 3, All-City Girls Conference 4. ESMOND MADELINE E. HASTEROK "Migg.x" S.A., Commercial Club 1. 51 Room officer IQ Interclass bas- ketball IQ Empehi News Staff 1. FORT DEARBORN Cbirugu College of C'0mmi'r1'c JEAN HATFIELD S.A., S.A. and V. Pres., Quil- pen, Tau Epsilon, Management Committee, Girl Reserves, Dra- matic Club, Empehi News Staff, Annual Staff, French Club, Quill and Scroll. SUTHIQRLAND Rockford WILLIAM HAZLETON "Willir" S.A., R.O.T.C. I, 1, 3, In- terclass Basketball I, 1, 3, 4, Band 2, 51 Radio Club 3, 41 Physics Club 3, Zoology Club. ARLINGTON lllmolx ROBERT HEISSE "Bob" S.A., Physics Club 4. SU'rHI,RI,AND Crum' ELIZABETH HEMMENS "Bella" S.A., Tau Epsilon I, 1, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Physics Club 3, 4, Zoology Club z, :LQ Em- blem Club 4. ARLINGTON Fourlvm I f I. Jie, .qw- , '-:St A 'S' 1' , f W as -A . 1 Eifisfgfli kk 1, 1 x... . .. , df 1 1, ... 5 'di- gs' .1 . I 1 ,I 67 1' 34' . 'lp , up--een 2:53 -1 '33 ii li i-,flume . Q ., .,. of ' Ia 1 .Q 5- 1. . Cl l X aa. if 'c Qli 'ii 3 .V f rg X W 543. 3 . h - wp , 'C . ,,,, ,Qt X s t I .3.,. .5 I 1 W A. -t. s.fg4I,gQe:f'3z"-T : w- QV P' i f i .Tyi . .Q i ' ,wr f X 'N 5. ' T H E E M P E H I RUTHHOBSON "Hobbits" S.A., Girl Reserves I, 2, Zoology Club, 1, 3, Literary Club 3, Spanish Club z, Glee Club 4Q "Havana" 4. SUTHERLAND RUTH HODSON "Ho1lIl'3"y S.A., Girl Reserves 2, French Club 3, Physics Club 3, Junior Soccer and Volley-ball, ,Senior Basketball. ESMOND JANE HOPKINS "1u11iz"' , S.A., Botany Club, French Club, Div. room olicer. FILRNWOOD Business Callrge EARLEEN HUGHES "Earl" S.A., Girl Reserves IQ Dra- matic Club 1, 3, 41 Pres. 35 Glee Club 3, 4g French Club 3, Board of Control 3, "Court at Naishapurn 3. ARLINGTON Chicago Coi1xvrz'aiov'3' 0fAfllISiL' LELA JOHNSON "Lee" S.A., 'Latin Olubg Physics Club, Zoology Club, Girls Bas- ketball, Interclass Volleyball. SHOOT' Illinois MARGARET JOHNSON "I'fggy" S.A., Commercial Club, In- terclass Basketball 3, Interclass Volleyball I, 23 Soccer 1. BARNARD WALTER KLEINMANN "Pt'c'u.'i'I"' S.A., ,Spanish Club, Football team, Wrestling team, Student Court. ESAIOND WILLIAM KLINE .. ,. .. S.A., Hi-Y 3, 4Q Vice Pres. 4, Basketball 1, Swimming team 1, 3, Div. room oHicer 3, Senior Class Committee Chairman. SUTI-IERLAND Michigan 0 F 1 9 3 3 P RUTH LAMBERT "Bm" French Club 3, 4: Physics Club 3: Volleyball 3: Emblem Club 4: Basketball 3. VANDERPOEL Av!Il'fZIIll'3l1'1'II DAVID LANE "Dui v" S.A.: Zoology Club: Annual Collector I, 1, 3. 4: R.O.T.C.: Physics Club 3: Football 2, 3: Interclass Basketball: jr. Band a, 3. ARLINGTON Illinois THOMAS LE MESSURIER "Tom" S.A.: Div. room officer 1, 4: Interclass Football 1. JENNIE LIGTVOET S.A.: Commercial Club: Of'- fice W'ork 1, 3, 4. FERNWOOD LAWRENCE LINDVALL "I.nu'rm" S.A.g ,Senior Ring Chairman: Prom Committee: Spanish Club 3, 4: Div. room ofiicer 4: Glee Club 3, 4: Interclass Track team 3. CALUMET CIlll't'l'-SfUl'kllJl1 ISABELLE LONGLEY "ISU" S.A.: Sec'y Senior Class: Latin Club: Pres. 3: Zoology Club: Pres. 3: Board of Control 3, 4: Annual Staff 3: Girl Reserves, sec'y 3. SUTHERLAND Curlvlon EDWARD LUCIUS "Ed" S.A.: Civic Committee 1: Latin Club 1: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Emblem Club 3. 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: lnterclass Baseball 4. SUTHERLAND DEAN MacDONALD S.A.: Swimming team: Phys- ics Club: Aeronautic Club. FORT DEARBORN W... 5 X . . :N 6 -:af sf. , Q5 ,A fee 1, . R: it- f .V s if fi I ws , ,f ...rs- - NA R., . s at Q3 s 0 f i, 4 ' 1 C. R ts U V QT 'Nf QQ.:-jfs DOROTHY MJCKENZIE "Dar" S.A.: Girl Reserves 1, 1, 3. 4: Pres. I: Sec. 4: French Club 4: treas. 4: Girls' Cvlee Club 4: Empelii News staff 2: Physics Club. NLOREY JUNIOR Hiou SCHOOL lDLNvLRj Brilforil Svlwnl for W'rm1I'11, Lumlun FREDERICK MEISEL S,A.: Basketball z, 3, 4: Swimming team 1, 3, 4: Em- blem Club 1, 3, 4. Essioxn Cram VIRGINIA MILLER "Iran" S.A.: Botany Club i, 1, 3: Commercial Club: Girl Reserves: Band and Orchestra. MT. GRFENNYOOD Cram CHILTON MOORE "Chili" S.A.g Band: R.O.T.C. joHN FARRLN Illinois ROBERT MOORE "Bull" S.A.: R.O.T.C. I. 1: Emblem Club: Div. room officer, 2, 4: Football team 4: Swimming team 3, 4: Interclass track 4: Coach of the reserves 4. BARNARD Mivbigiziz AVIS MORTENSON "Amos" S.A.g Glee Club 3, 4: Literary Club 3, 4: Zoology Club 4: Latin Club 3: "Court at Nai- shapurn 3: "Havana" 4. OMAHA CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL Doane: Crrtr, Nelvraslcu RUTH NELSON "S1L'4'ili"' S.A.: Tau Epsilon 1, 1: Inter- class Basketball 3: Girl Reserves 1, 1, 3: Commercial Club 1 3- 4- RALPH O'CONNOR "Rial" S.A.: Zoology Club: Non- comm's Club: Ofhcers' Club: Rifle team: Manager: Empehi News Staff. Hoiuce RIANN Ripon Fifteen W JOHN ODELL 'rlflffiu S.A.: Swimming team 1, 3, 4: Football 3: Emblem Club 4: Empehi News 3: Physics Club 3, 4: Pres. 4: Zoology Club 1. 3: Div. room nlhcer I, 1. ARLINGTON Clmulgo luuior uml Imllrum FRED ORGEL "Orgi-1" S.A.: Glee Club: Interclass Basketball. FOREST RIDGE MARY JANE PABST S.A.: Spanish Club: Literary Club: Botany Club: Girl Re- SEFVCS. SUTHL-RLAND Illinois VERNON PETERSON "PI'fI"' S.A.g Zoology Club: Physics Club: lnterclass Basketball: An- nual Collector. IQMQNU Armour RUTH POTTS "Pnllm"' S.A.: Tau Epsilon I, 1, 3, 4: Spanish Club 1, 3. 41 Dancing Club I, 1, 3, 4: French Club 3, 4: Botany Club 1: Empehi News Stat? 5. 4: Quill -Ind Scroll 4. ESMOND ' Illmou MAKIORIIE PRITCHARD "PVMT DIL", S.A.: Editor Empehi News 4: Tau Epsilon I, 1, 3. 42 Botany Club Pres. 3: Board of Con- trol 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Quilpen 4: French Club 3, 4: Girl Reserves I, 1, 3, 4. ESMONIJ Crain GLADYS RANDOLPH SA.: Botany Club: Tau Ep- silon. SIIOOI' Crum LILLIAN REDDICK SHOOP Clmuign Normal Sixteen 3' l S .51 , 3 A'-J ' gr.: ' i ' QP . Q? ..,x kg W6 ,W Misa'-Q Q J 3 ,a ef' M 'R- X .,., Q RSE fl - yi ' ' ,j .' '49 9 . ' :xr , .gms . ' -I A N ' ' -1- K 'EA ' I Y .es 0- Q' Q1 13.-x ,,,.. w- s. SW ., if , ' it Ax N ,Q 5 .J , 'V -1.1 Q 412 1 T H E E M P E H I DONALD RICHARDSON "Lrfty" S.A.g Empehi News 1, 3, 43 Zoology Club 1, 3, 4, Physics Club 3, 4. ARLINGTON Crime NORBERT SCHENK "Nor" S.A.g Tau Epsilon I, 1, 3, 4: Basketball I, 1, 3,3 Glee Club 4: Quilpen: Zoology Club 1, 3g Empehi News Staff I, 1, 3, 4. ARLINGTON Purdue ELEANORE SCHREUDER S.A.: Dramatic Club I, 1, 3: Literary Club -3: Botany Club 3: Girl Reserves 1, 3: Eques- trian Club I, 1: Annual Collec- tor 1. SUTHERLAND Crane WILLIAM SCHULZ "Bill" S.A.: Aero Club 1, 3: Annual Collector I, 1: Physics Club 3: Latin Club: Zoology Club 1. BARNARII Chicago MARJORIE SEITZ "Ma1',qt"' S.A.: French Club 1, 3, 4: Sec'y 3: Pres. 42 Tau Epsilon 1, 3, 4: Emblem Club 3. PARKER Clwiuzgu Cnllugv of Couzmvrfe GEORGE STANKOXV S.A.: R.O.T.C. 1, 3, 4: Lieut. 4: Physics Club 3, 4g Aero Club 3: Trathc Squad 1, 3. GLADYS STANYER "Glad" S.A-2 Sec'y of Quilpen 3, 4: Dramatic Club 1, 3, 4: Span- ish Club 1, 3: Div. Room of- ficer: Tau Epsilon I, 1: Glee Club 1, 3. FORT IJEARBOIKN Illinois JANE STEVENS S.A.: Glen Club 3, 45 Zoology Club: Girl Reserves, Literary Club: Soccer, Volley Ball, Bas- ketball: "Havana" 4. VANDEIIPOLL O F 1 9 3 3 P LOLA STUMP "Billii"' S.A.: Commercial Club: Dra- matic Club: Glee Club: Tau Epsilon 1: "Havana," Fnkiwwooo ROBERT SWETT .,B0b:. S.A.: Hi-Y 3. 4: Aero Club: Div. Room oiiicer: Senior Social Committee. Suri-IERLAND Wixmmiu MABEL SNVIFT "Pc'fi"' S.A.: Sec'3' French Club: Tau Epsilon: "Empehi on Parade:" Girl Reserves. Suri-1ERLANu Cbimgn LEON TAYLOR S.A.: Tau Epsilon 1, 1: Div. Room otlicer: Physics Club: In- terclass basketball. SHOOP Illiuou MAR Y BELLE THOMPSON "Mu,1lm"' S.A.: Glee Club 1. 3, 4: Physics Club 3. BOYESLN Illinois ANNE TROEDSON S.A.: Spanish Club 1, 3, 4: Botany Club: Girl Reserves 1. 1. if 42 Glee Club 4: Cheer- leader 1, 3: Div. room odicer 1, 1, 3: Tau Epsilon 1, 1, 3. BARNARD S0Ilff7L'l'll Cirlrfuruiu MARGARET VAN COTT "M11rgr" S.A.: Spanish Club 1, 3, 4: Vice Pres. 4: Girl Reserves 1: Glee Club 4: Quilpen 4: Cheer- leader 1, 3: Div. room oliicer 1: 1, 3, 4: Tau Epsilon 1, 3. AR1,1NcToN SoizthifrnCulffurnm XVILLARD VERDUIN "Bill" S.A.: Botany Club 1, 3, 4: Pres. 3: Tau Epsilon 1, 3, 4: Div. room oliicer 1, 4: Physics Club: Zoology' Club 3. VAN VL1ss1Nc.EN lmwz Sfalr Agrifzzllzirul ' --er-as ,fm 'N -cb iw A E 1 im' 14' A -if NAB? s x P, ,,.-Nl: ,,, 'I 'swf' ' is-if . -x -.1114 .Q-3 Y-1 EDWARDE NVALKER S,A.: Botany Club. SHOOP Crime LESLIE WALKER "Lux" S.A.: R.O.T.C. 1, 3: Senior Band 3: Div. room oflicer 1: Management Committee: Span- ish Club 1, 3: lnterclass Basket- ball 1, 3, 4. BRUCE WALLACE S.A.: R.O.T.C. 1, 1, 3, 4: Div. room otlicer 3: Spanish Club 1, 3: Botany Club 3: Aero Club 3. SUTHIQRLAND Illinois HELENE WARNER SA.: Tau Epsilon 1, 1, 3: Zoology Club 1: Spanish Club 1, 3: Annual Staff 3. Font Draauortx Art Iuslifule ALFRED WEED HA!!! SA.: Zoology Club 1: Phys- ics Club 3: Radio Club Pres. 3: Football 1, 1: Vfrestling 1, -. R.O.T.C. 1, 1, 3. 4- : EsMoND Punlur ROBERTXVELES ' 'YB bu : S.A.:iGlee Club 44: Zoology " f Club 1, 3, 4: Spanish Club 1. X, 4: Physics Club 3. 4: Div, A, room otlicer 1, 1, 4: R.O.T.C. 1, 1, 3: Swimming team 1, 1, s 3, 4. FoRT Diaansorax Pimlnr :li if ,et I ,IANE WHITMAN S.A.: Girl Reserves 1, 3. 4: Glue Club 3. 4: Zoology Club- 1. 3: Spanish Club 1: Tau Ep- silon 3. Form' Diaiuaoiax ALVIN WIENOLD "Al" S.A.: Tau Epsilon 1: Manage- ment Committee 1, 3: Civic Committee 1: Spanish Club: Glee Club: Football 3: Base- ball 3, 4. Baaxako Clam' Seventeen HARRIET WILSON "Haitian S.A.g Spanish Club 2, 3: Quilpen 2, 3. 4Q Treas. 3, 4Q Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Div. room oilicer 2, 3, 45 "Court at Nai- sl1apur" 35 "Havana" 4. Illinois BERNARD WIRTH "Pwr" S.A,: R.O.T.C. I, 2, 3: Man- agement Committee: Basketball 3- 4- ESMOND DOROTHY SCI-IROEDER "Dot" S.A.g Div. room officer 2, 3, 4, Botany Club: Girl Reserves, Tau Epsilong Quilpen. FERNWOOD FRANCES TIBBITS "Frau" S.A.g Girls Glec Club. Tucsox HIGH SCHOOL Nz'z'u11'a Eigbtrrn 'ii .2 .94 . 5. AL gf- J' , S ,1 4 T H E E M P E H I SAMUEL WILSON "Sam" S.A.g Interclass Baseball 2, 3: Interclass Basketball 2, 33 Radio Club 2, 41 Spanish Club 1, 3: Botany Club 2, 35 Physics Club 3, 4. LxaN SMALL Illinois KATHERINE VVULFING UKWU S.A.: Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves x, 3, 4Q Glee Club 2, 3, 4Q Equestrian Club 1. 2, :QQ "Empehi On Parade" 33 "Court at Naishapurn QQ Bot- any Club 4. SUTHERLAND Francev Shimer ARTHUR TREVER HAH-, S.A.g Tau Epsilong R.O.T.C.g Olicers Club 41 Radio Club, Physics Club, Hobby Club, SUTHERLAND OF 1933 I Dick Bcardsley jean Pence Sandy Bingham julia Graver Prfsnfvuf Vin' P' ' f' I TTl'dflll'L'l' Swrrtary HALL OF FAME-JUNE CLASS Best Looking Girl . Best Looking Boy A Most Popular Girl Most Popular Boy Best Girl Dancer Best Boy Dancer Girl With Best Line Boy With Best Line. Best Dressed Girl , Best Dressed Boy Girl With Best Sense of Humor S . , Boy With Best Sense of Humor . , Most Studious Girl Most Studious Boy Girl With Most Contagious Laugh , Boy With Most Contagious Laugh Most Dignified Girl. . A , Most Dignihed Boy, Most Bashful Girl , Most Bashful Boy Hungriest Girl Hungriest Boy , , Best Athlete Girl Best Athlete Boy . Jeanne 0'Connor , S Bill Whyte Jeanne O'Connor George Carroll A Barbara Huehner . .Arnold Phillips Rose Baker Jim Moorman Harriet Coughenour Don McKinlay Frances Deneen Warren Overman . Lucille Stow Dick Beardsley Adele Clithero Brad Eidmann Myrtle Hoffman Forrest Whitney Mary Louise Hahn Bill Rich Frances Hillman George Carroll Marie Davis Clyde Pendleton Best Couple , , Marge Ray, George Carroll Cutest Girl , Margaret Graver N i nefcen HELEN ALEXANDER S.A.g Girls Glee Club 1, 1, 3, 4, Room Officer 1, 12 Span- ish Club 1, 3, 42 Literary Club 12 Zuulngy Club 1. 3: Girl Re- serves 1, 1, 3. Aniaxmox lllinozx jlfANNli ALLSHOUSE S.A.: Empelii News Stall 3. 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Tau Fpsilnn 3' 41 French Club 3, 4, Em- blem Club 41 Burany Club 3. 41 Girl Reserves 1. Surunufxxn THOMAS ALVES "Tum" S.A.g Basketball 3, 41 Physics Club 3, 41 Zmslugy Club 1. 3, 4: Div. room ullicer 15 Annual Cullectnr 1. PARRIR jk. Hlmi Nurflwiwiluru ,IOHN lf. ANDERSON "Sm un!" S.A.: Div. ruum ullicer I, ll Glue Club i, 1, 3, 43 Botany Club 1, 3. l:S?slOND VIQRNON ANDPRSON nllllxlyn SA.: Band 1, 1, 3, 43 Physics Club BQ R.O.T.C. I, 1, 3, 41 Otlicers Club 4. lfsxioxir liIl.El"N AYIQRS S.A.: Ziinlngy Club 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Literary Club 3, 4, Band i, 1, 3,41 Girl Rc- serves 41 "Havana" 33 Orches- tra 1. Mom, xx Ilxxix lil 1 M. Killilnluzuu l'NlDllAlRD SA., Zfmlngy Club 1. 3. Girl Reserves, Physics Club 31 Glec Club. ARI lN1.l'0N Lrizrn NANCY BAKER "Null" SA.: Girl Glec Club 4: Girl Reserves 3. 4: French Club 3. 4. Miss Hi xfank Lufce Fmml T lL'l'7Ifw1' -3 5 '51 er' N: QZ.: . 'vu Q, 4 Q QL Q8 ,I 1, ...-' . . uf '35 5 -5-K rr B. 11.3 RN f 6 Q 'N i rp, C? 5 , ,iih ,. .55 f . il: -as " 'WG 43 x Q , 'gg ' . , 'll l l l 1, " . 1' ' ..,-if ,if THE EMPEHI ROSEBAKER S.A., Girl Reserves 1, 1, 32 Dramatic Club 3, 41 French Club 1, 3, 42 Literary Club 3. Vaxnifnroii Illinoix VERONICA BALLARD "Vron" S.A., Glue Club 3, 41 Danc- ing Club 41 French Club 1, 3, 4. SUTm'RL.axn Illizmir MARGARIET BARNHART "Felix" S.A.g Spanish Club 1, 3, 4: Glee Club 1. 3. 4: Commercial Club 1. SUTHi.RL,xNu Illiuuii OLGA BARTOSH "fl11gj"' S.A.g Commercial Club 1, 3, 41 Tau Epsilon 3, 41 Bnulilceup- er Studenfs Exchange, Inter- class Basketball, Volleyball, Soc- cer. Iilxnrmxii RICHARD BEARDSLEY "Dii'f:" S,A., Tau Epsilon i, 1, 3, 41 Hi-Y 3, 4, Pres. 4: Glee Club 3, 41 Pres. 41 Board of Con- trul 3, 4, Class President 4. ARI worms Armour 'IX-vb ROBERT BENSON HBOIIU S.A., Senior Band 42 junior Band 1, 31 Physics Club 3. l:I:RNXVOOD ANNA BERGQUIST "Ami" 5.13.3 Div. minn utlicer 1. C11-NTRAL PARK ALEXANDER BINGHAM "Saml3"' S.A., Basketball 3, 41 Emblem Club 3: Senior Class Treas. ARI INGTON O F 1 9 3 3 D DONALD BLACK "DOI", S.A.g ISI Vice Pres. 42 R.O T.C. I, a, 3, 4, Major 41 Foot- ball trainer 3, 4Q Board of Con- trol Pres. 4Q Emblem Club 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4. ARLINGTON PIIVIIIIIL' LAUREN BLOUNT HBIHIH S.A., Glee Club 3, 41 Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Physics Club 3, Radio Club TQ Div. room oiiicer 4, Stage force 4. SUTHERLAND Chicago JEANBORN S.A., Tau Epsilon I, :, Stu- dent Council I, 3, Botany Club zz Physics Club 3, Div. room otlicer z. LONGFELLOW BraI1'lI'3' Pol3'IrI'b:Irri1l Imhluh' IRENE BOYD S.A. FORT DEARBORN CHARLES BOYER "Chilli" S.A., Quilpen, Dramatic Club, Baseball 4, Tau Epsilon: Hi-Y 4, Student Council, Emblem Club, ELIZABETH BRADSHANX' "LiblJ3"' S.A., Literary Club, Girl Re- serve, Glee Club. VANDERPOEL Ktilauiazoo HAZEL BRANTNER S.A., Literary Club 1, 3, 4, Botany Club 3, Glec Club 3Q Senior Band 1. BARNARD NELSON BREWER "Erin", 3- 3- 43 Officers Club 3, 41 Usher Force 1, 3: Glee Club 1, 3. VANDERDOEI. S.A.g R.O.T.C. I, -lg 1.3 .gg Q N... 3. 3. 5? W L Sn' Q as az W ,Q xxx qs, i fi? Q nabb- 'fe X-LT 'g. Y f -X I . 3 s...:'.l ' 3 Nao ml' 3 R Q. is X . x xx tk Nz, 'F 3-- I i 'V s. x a A 3 4 pmw 'r. X- QT 1. -' A ii ' , X :' l ' if Qwms v emwf + ' rs?-5' f , , W? 6 ':. Fe WM we , ii ii X K . , 'in . WF 43 'Qn, QW' I :,.- 3391, W ii 5, GRACE BRONKEMA S.A., Spanish Club 21 Girl Reserves I. AItLINcToN DOROTHY BROWN "Doi" S.A., Glec Club 32 Girl Re- serves 3, 41 Latin Club 3, 4, Literary Club 32 Spanish Club 4. ARLINGTON DI' Pimuf GLENELLYN BRUMMERSTEDT "GlI'11l' S.A., Pres. Spanish Club 41 Dramatic Club 4Q Prom Com- mittee, Glee Club 42 Girl Re- serves :: Zoology Club 1. HIRSCH jx. HIGH JANE BUCKLEY S.A., Dancing Club 3, 4, Bot- any Club :LQ Zoology Club IQ French Club 3, 4, Girl Re- serves I, 1. ARLINGTON Dmiiiou MARKIORIE BUCKHARDT "Mm'gr" SA., Girl Reserves I: Dra- matic Club 3. 4: Tau Epsilon 32 Commercial Club 3, 4: Literary Club 3, 4, BARNARD HENRY BUSH "Hunk" S.A., Board of Control 45 Empehi News Staff -43" r Quill and Scroll 3? Quilpen 3, 4, Spagh Club 4. ' . IWFIWP' XVILLIAM CARHART "Bill" S.A.: Sec'y 4: Pep Commit- tee Chairman 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4: Student Court 3, 4: Board of Control 3, 4: Tau Epsilon J, 3, 42 Hi-Y 3, 4, Football Manager 4. ARLINGTON DtIl'fI!l0llfl7 GEORGE CARROLL "Shaft" S.A.: Annual Staff 3, 42 Quil- pen 3, 4: Pres. 4, Football te.Im 41 Emblem Club 3, 42 Torch Hi-Y 4: Board of Control 41 Student Council 3, Advisor Freshman Hi-Y 3. XVIXNDIRPOI' I. Xo1'tl1II'I'sfI'rn Tu'z'lzl3'-Om' y.-1-, ,..1 I n z -if FRANCES CENFIELD "Frau" S.A., Tau Epsilon 4: Orches- tra I, 1: French Club 43 Botany Club 1: Zoulugy Club 3g Em- blem 4. BQRNARD Dv Penn .IEAN CHARPIER S.A.g Glee Club 3, 4: French Club 3, 41 Dancing Club 4: Girl Reserves 3, 4: Orchestra I, 2, "Havana" 3. SUTHILIALAND Illinois ESTHER CHEATLE "EixV" S.A.: Girl Reserves 1, 3, 4: Tau Epsilon I, 1, 3, Botanv Club 33 Annual Staff :Q Physics Club 3. ARLINGTON ALL!-QYNE CHFNEY 'iCf7L'lIL'jl, S.A,g Tau Epsilon I, 1, 3, 41 Dramatic Club 4, Znnlugy Club 3, French Club 4: Latin Club 3. ARI.INbTON VVALTER CHINELL S.A., Div. rummi officer 1, 3, 4: Physics Club 31 Dramatic Club. HIRSGII JUNIOR HIGII HELEN NlARlE CLAY S.A.: Tau Epsilon jig Latin Club 32 Physics Club 3: Glee Club 4: Girl Reserves 4, Div. room utlicer 4. CI.Isso1.I1 Kulurmzzoo ADIELE CLITHERO S.A.: French Club 41 Glee Club 3: Zoolugy Club :Q Girl Reserves IQ Div. room oiiicer 1, 4. Vawimrnrfort Duuimn MARGARET CODY "Marge" S.A., Commercial Clubg Tau Epsilon: Girl Reserves. V.-XNDlQRPOIiL Ci-me Twenty-Tu.'0 F " It ,,, 'sei , ,,, x 1 1 xg N f I1 4 . 'X- P -.7 43' t f by sax, I ri A A I wil! El I . Qi-, I-,I I Y . , s 6 I S 4 ie 36 rr iw! X , , . M. 1 5 M.. , l.. T H E E M P E H I MARION COLEMAN HMKIV S.A. 5 Fosrmz Willm-forrr BURTON COOK "Coolzit"' S.A.: Botany Club 5, Physics Club 5: Aero Club 1: R.O.T.C. I, 2, 3.: Div. room oflicer 1. ARLINGTON Alabama EILEEN CORD S.A.g Girl Reserves I: Span- ish Club :, 31 Zoblogy Club 31 Glee Club 3: Equestrian Club 1. SUTHLRLAND Norlliuestnu I. DEAN CORLETTE "Cnrlr:j"' S.A.g Football team, Hi-Y, Spanish Club, Emblem Club 4. UNIvLksITY HIGH JOSEPH COUCH MIW.. S.A.: Football I, 1, 41 Base- ball 1: W'restling 1, Emblem Club I, 1, 4. lNllD1,0THI.-KN HARRIET COUGHENOUR S.A., Equestrian Clubg Glec Club 1. 3: Girl Reserves 1, 5. V.xxIn'RPor,L Illinois DOROTHY CUMMINGS NDN.. S.A.: Commercial Club I, 3 3, 4, Pres. 41 Tau Epsilon I, 1, 3, 4: Girl Reserves I1 City Bookkeeping Contest :. ST. Baiixaaixs Clwirugo VINCENT DAHLSTROM "Simp" S.A.g Concern Band 1, :, 3, 4: Tau Epsilon 4g Dramatic Club 4, Band I, 1, 5, 4. SUTHERLAND Plmlue J IDU .0 9 3 3 v JUAI DALY ilu" .A.: Tau Epsilon: Spanish Club: Quill and Scroll: Literary Club: Annual Staff. BORDER STAR, KANSAS CITY, Mo. Uuiwrxily 01' Missouri DOROTHY DAVIS "Dot" S.A.: Commercial Club 3, 4: Emblem Club 1, 3. ARLINGTON MARIE DAVIS "Tex" S.A.: Div. room officer I, 2, 3: Commercial Club 3, 4: Dancing Club 3: Tau Epsilon 1: Emblem Club 1, 3. ARLINGTON JARVIS DEAN "fun", S.A.: Tennis Team 1, 3. 4: Hi-Y 4: Emblem Club 3, 4: Physics Club 3: R.O.T.C. 1, 3, 4: Student Council 1, 4. PENNINGTON UniIi'rsif3 of Ailliblgdll FRAI CES DENEEN " an" K .A.: Latin Clu , French Club 5H,,.Qn'ilpen 4: Glee lub Zboogy Club 1, 3. "ADsv'oRTI-I Nortburxlfru . 9.-5 5' JANE DICKINSON "Dickie" S.A.: Girl Reserva I, 3: Latin Club 3. 4: French Club 4: Literary Club 4: Glee Club 3s 4' NTORGAN PARK ELELIENTARY Li1lzvForvil ROBERTA DOBBERMAN "Rube" S.A.: Glee Club 3, 4. SUTI-IERLAND Valparaiso JEAN DURFEE "jay Dre" S.A.: Glee Club I: Zoology Club 1, 3, 4: Physics Club 3, 4: Literary Club 3. XIANDERPOEL De PAIIIIL' , 2 5- if A .P " .bg-X ,sr " 3. ,... -GR 6- .nv ' 1 I yi-,L Q5 X 5' I TF f-.x sz ' ,342 ' -.s 'sf rv ,N .N xllr' ,vp .,,a ,. 5' i ev- va V 'L ,. 'S :Sees I k ivny 51 9: Q we, 1 2 .xielklzi . -- , T45 :Qi 3 i M, 4. ,KT 5. -. R. A lx VERNA EARNEST S.A. PARRLR jR. HIGH Cum' RICHARD EI-IRLER DHL' S,A.: Physics Club I: Cun- cert Band 1: Oliice I, 1, 3: Oiiice Chief 3: Stage Crew 1, 3, 4: Stage Manager 4: German Club I, 1. ST. BARNABAS Illinois BRADLEY EIDMANN "B1'in1"' S.A.: Annual Business Mana- ger 4: Empehi News Staff 42 Quill and Scroll 3. 4: Physics Club 3: Quilpen 3, 4: Fence Drive NVinner 3. PARKER DmkvI.'mII'rii13 JESSE ENTROP "luis" S.A.: Div. room officer I LEN SBIALL DURXYOOD EVANS "Dl'7ll6'V"' S.A.: R.O.T.C.: Tau Epsilon 1: Usher Force: Physics Club 3. VANDERPOEL Cram' BETTY FARRELL "Bets" S.A.: Dancing Club I, 1, 3, 4: Glee Club 3, 4: Tau Epsilon I, 1: Girl Reserves I, 1, 3, 4: French Club 4. SUTI-IERLR ND Nr1rfbu'I'slvn1 FLORENCE L. FAULKNER "Las" S.A.: Spanish Club 1, 3, 4: French Club 4: Physics Club 1. 4: Dancing Club 1: Girl Re- serves. SUTI-IERLRND Sliuifom' HANNAI-I FISK S.A.: Dramatic Club 3, 42 Zoology Club 1, 3: Physics Club 3: Girl Reserves I, 31 Tau Epsilon I. 1: Tennis team 1, 3: Quilpen. VANDERPOEI. Chicago Urzirrrsify Twenty-Three gif! JANE FORTMILLER S.A., Tau Fpsilon 1: Span- ish Club 3, 42 Literary Club 4. VA Nuuu'-oL1. Vogue LELIA FREEMAN "Lei, S.A., Quilpen 4, Commercial Club 1, 3, 42 Girl Reserves IQ Literary Club 4. XVANUERPOI-.l. ANNA lVlARllf FRY "Ann" S.A., Girl Reserves 1, 1. 3. Div. room otlieer 41 Commer- cial Club 1. FIRNXYOOD ONNETTE GALLARNEAU "Umm"' SA., French Club 3. 41 Bot- anv Club 3, Glee Club 4, Girl Reserves 1. X' RNDLRPOI 1. Nu1lfr1li'xl1'ru JANE GAMBLE S.A., Concert Band 2. 3. 42 Tau Epsilon 4, Literary Club Pres. 4, Girls' Band 5: PreS.4. Di anorr M14 111c.AN All Cull4',q1' of Calm ROBERT GALLIVAN "Bula" S.A., Annual Art liditor, Fmpehi News Staff Cartoonist. XIfxltQU1.TT1 Ar! luillfnit' BRADLEY GARDNI' R "Emil" SA., Dramatic Club 3, Tau lpvilon 1, 5, 4: Spanish Club 4: Zoology Club 1, J, 4, R.O. T.Cf. 1, 1, 31 Latin Club 1. Xuiiiiitraxn Hlllllllx RUISLRT GASSLER "Biff," SA., Tau lfpsilon 1, 1, 3, 4, lniblem Club, Annual Statlig Swimming team 1, 1, 3, 4, Spanish Club. X' fx Nla1.k1fo1 1. Cmm' Tu mfg -Four 0 or . P. A ,1.., 1 . 'P if A. gm K fa Y 'Q . N1 . L ' xx Q- -9- -. we 'Ke ,f A-r 1 'Ts' , 1 i Pj ,.,. Q4 L15 X - X . L J 5 gr 6, .W "' :R fr 1. " ,N -vi-n, ll' 37 1' XXNN X ' '51'Ei?f:f7 if atl- 'Y f l , M. . gb 'A 2 6 l 5. .1 f' ffl pf 1, N Y 1-x.Y.' T H E E M P E H I JOHN GIFFORD "wa F." S.A., Zoology Club 1, 3, 4g R.O.T.C. 1, 3, 41 Prom Com- mittee, Physics Club 3, French Club 1. VANDERPOEL Cbirugo Uzfiwrsify CASSON GORHAM "Crux" S.A., Football team, W'rest- ling team, Physics Club, Glee Club, French Club. LEN SMALL Illinois EDWARD GORMAN S.A., Basketball 1, 3, 41 Golf 1, Commercial Club 1, 3, 4. SUTHLRLAND BFTTYGOUR S.A., Dancing Club 1, 1, 3, 41 Pres. 11 Girl Reserves 1, IQ French Club 1, 32 Danced in Operas 1, 1, 3. VaN1m11Por1. JULIA GRAVIZR "l11l1i"' S.A., :nd Vice Pres. 4: Latin Club 1, 3, 41 Pres. 42 Girl Re- serves 1, 1, 3. 4: Board of Con- trol 31 Annual Staff 41 Class Sec'y, Tau Fpsilon 1, 4. SuTHER1..aNu Illnmii MARGARET GRAVER "1lfuggi1"' SA., Tau Fpsilon 1, 1, 3. 41 Spanish Club, Glee Club, Girl Reserves, Prom Committee Chairman. SUTHERLAND Illiuoix ANNA GROFBE "Bi1lu"' S.A., Latin Club 3, 42 Girl Reserves 1, 3, Emblem Club 3. 42 Annual Collector IQ Soccer, Basketball, Baseball. A111.1NcToN ROBERT GROSSCUP "Gui" SA., Swimming team 1, 3, 41 Glee Club 3- 42 Hi-Y,No1n- inating Committee, Div. room officer 1, 3, 4. VANDERPOI-1. Illinofx C 195 -5.9 '51 O F 1 9 3 3 I JOHN HACKETT "Lula" S.A. M.P.M..-I. HARRY HAGENBUCK S.A,: Empehi News Statf 1. 2: R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4: Zoology Club 2, 3. 4: Spanish Club 4: Physics Club 3: Div. room of- ficer 2. Yaxnrnrort. XIARY LOUISE HAHN S.A.: Spanish Club 3, 41 Or- chestra I, 2: Concert Band 3. 4: Tau Epsilon 4: Girl Re- SCFVCS I. Pom DLARBQRN Illnioix DOROTHY I-IARTER 'Duf' S.A.: Quilpen 2, 3, 4: Com- mercial Club 2, 3, 4: Girl Rc- serves 2: Orchestra 4: Div. room officer 2. Banxaixu Clmizgu I.1lu.1r'mu Si lmul VIRGINIA HAYN Hlilllljn S.A.: Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 3. 4: French Club 4: Latin Club 4. Vaxm RPOEL Cluinilqu DOROTHY HEAGSTEDT "Hi'ggir" S.A.: Tau Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4: Girl Reserves I: Botany Club 2: Div. mom oftice 2. B.-XRNARD Blai'kl1nm CLAUDIA HENDRICKS S.A. Szxx VICTOR HENDRICKSON S.A.: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 42 Zoology Club 2: Commercial Club. Aniaxcfrox .6 .I NL- : 4' Jiig. 'Q 1' - 5.4. .3 4 ' f . .Y as .A 5 sf ps 5: k.- - , A ns ne V 'QF' , P -in .V l ' to f' I' in L ":. lf Y RITA HILNIPE SA.: Basketball team: Vol- ley-ball team. ST. CHRISTOPHI Rs' HENRY HIQNKE "Hank" S.A.: Spanish Club 2, 5, 4: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Zoology Club 2, 32 Physics Club 3: Student Court 4. Esrvtoxn Illinois ROY HENNESSEY "3 Sfuf' S.A.: Dramatic Club 4. Hamann FRANCES HILLMAN "Prim" S.A.: Dancing Club I, 2, 3. 4: Sec'Y 41 Div. room otlicer 3: Emblem Club 2, 3, 4: Tau Ep- silon 3, 4. ARLINQTUN MYRTLE HOFFMAN S.A.: Tau Epsilon 3. 41 Glec Club 3, 4: Pres. 4: Div. room officer 3: Board of Control 4: Emblem Club 4. GRLSHI4 51 Wvfnullovl JACK I'ICyI:MAN SJC.: Physics Club: Botany Club: R.O,T.C,: : Swimming team: Annual Collector. SL'THt.RLA xii' ,-ll.1!um.1 FANNIE ELLEN HOGG "Pig.qii"' S.A.: Tau Epsilon 3: French Club 3. 4: Vice Pres. 4: Glee Club 3. 4: Dramatic Club 3. 4: Empuhi News Staff 3. IYIORGXN P.uuvIfL1.MLxTaRY ROBERT HOLDSXVORTH "Bula" SA.: R.O.T.C. I, 2, 3 4: Physics Club 5: Zoolngy Club2. Bakxaku T1l't'llfj'-Fil! f L l- l W, 4,4 y 'W'MJLllJLJL!' QEx Zlihris H-C+ W Ewwi J swf? il MARGARET HOLTON "Margy" S.A.: Glee Club 3, 4: Botany Club 13 Girl Reserves 3. Aiugxnm, PADUCAH, KY. Ky. Slate Tuul-ln'1-s College PEGGY HOOD S.A.: Girl Reserves 1, 1, 3. 4: Latin Club 3. 43 French Club 4: Tau Epsilon 15 GICC Clu-b 4: Dramatic Club 4. ARLINGTON Carlvfvfl BARBARA HUEHNER NBL1l7.lu S.A.: French Club 4: Div. room otlicer 1, 2: 32 Zoology Club 1: Glee Club 3, 4: Girl Reserves I: Tau Epsilon 1: 1- VANUUrp0EL Bmirirxs Colligqi' RTARGARET JACK "Alt1rg" S.A.: Girl Reserves 1, 3: Bot- any Club 3: Latin Club 3, 45 Tau Epsilon 4: Div. room ot- ticer 3, PARKER JUNIOR 1lflf10iS JACK JAMES S.A.: Basketball: Emblem Club 3, 4: Hi-Y. ARIINQTON DOROTHY -IANSING "Dol" S.A,: Tau Epsilon 4: Com- mercial Club I: Empehi News 4. ESNIUND MARGUERITF ,lAN5lNG "Murgi"' S.A.: Commercial Club 1: Empelii News 4. EsMoND jIiROME ,IANUS "Ii'rr3"' S.A.: Swimming team 1, 3, : Basketball 1, 3: Physics Club 3. ARLINGTON Tuwzfgi-Six lf. Q- S: Y 'Ii ia, i 'M . N7 N I gi ' if 14. , aff 'ws new .. t l 55. . P K .. ,ps ,Q 6 A .ff 4 fl . 11. - 'fi YL L. '3 6 .fl S .gy Q5 - 4 W1 .L ss' X-J M X A T H E E M P E H I EUNICE JERSTROM S.A.: Glee Club 1, 1, 3: Spa- nish Club 1, 3: Zoology Club 1 ,3g Tau Epsilon 1, 3. ARLINGTON Nortbzwxfmvx AYLNVAR D JOHNSON WAI.. S.A.: Physics Club 3: Zool- ogy Club 1, 3, 4: Concert Band 3, 4: R.O.T.C. I, 1, 3, 4: Usher Force 1, 1, 3, 4. ST. BARNABAS Illinois ESTHER JONES S.A.: Tau Epsilon 1, 1, 3, 4: Girl Reserves 1. A. 3. 45 Sec'y 4: Spanish Club 4: Literary Club 3: Latin Club 1, 3, 4: Botany Club I, 1, 3: Annual Collector 1. BARNARD Glvcrlnz EDITH JOYCE S.A.: Literary Club: Spanish Club: Tau Epsilon I. EVERETT Nl0l'fl1ll'l'XfFl'll CHARLES KAMMERER "Cl7Ilti:lil' S.A.: Glee Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 1: Zoology Club 1: Aero Club 1: Div. room officer 1, 3. ST. BARNABAS Pnnfm' RUTH KAY "Bubv" S.A.: Girl Reserves 1: Botany Club 1: Spanish Club 3, 4. BARNARD ROBERT KETCI-IAM "Buff" S.A.: Football I, 1, 3: W'rest- ling i, 1, 3, 4: Emblem Club i, 1, 3: Torch Hi-Y 1, 3, 4: Div. room otlieer 1, 3. ARLINGTON EDWIN KOEHLER "Sfein113"' S.A.: Baseball I: Radio Club 1: Physics Club 3. MT. GREENWOOD OF 1933 P MYRTLE KOHR "M3rt" S.A.5 Tau Epsilon 1. 3, 41 Commercial Club 42 Glee Club 45 Girl Reserves 1, ag Botany Club 1. V,-XNDERPOEL Crane MARION KROEPLIN S.A.5 French Club5 Div. room oilicer 45 Girl Reserves ig Band 3, 45 Orchestra 1, 1. Xl.-XNDERPOEL Norfbiwstvm RUTH LaKOMY S.A.5 Girl Reserves I, 1, 3. 41 Empehi News Staff ll Quil- pen 1, 3, 45 French Club 45 Glee Club 41 Dancing Club 4. ST. M.-xRcARrT's Illinois LUCILLE LAMM "Lu" S.A.5 Commercial Club 1, 1, 3, 4, Treas. 45 Div. room officer I. BARNARD RICHARD LAMM "Dick" S.A.5 R.O.T.C. 1, 3, 4: Oili- cer's Club 4, Tau Epsilon 35 Zoology Club IQ Rifle team 1, 31 4' SUTHERLAND Chicago ALFRED LARSON MAI!! S,A.5 Swimming team 1, IQ Band 1, 1, 35 Botany Club 1, 31 Radio Club 15 Spanish Club 2: Tau Epsilon 45 R.O.T.C. 1, 1 3. FERNWOOD Michigan BETTY LAUNSPACH S.A.5 Latin Club 1, 3, 45 Physics Club 3, 45 Dramatic Club 35 Girl Reserves I, 1, 3, 45 Botany Club 1, 35 Tau Epsi- lon 1, 1, 3, 45 Div. room oiiicer 4. ARLINGTON Cbirizgo JAMES LeBEAU "Inn" S.A.5 Interclass Basketball, Baseball. ST. BARNABAS ' ' -Q l Tj' 1 1 ' ii., .6' A Eg Y' R' 3 N Ts A . 3 " nk Zi.. W . ,tra 5 5 M 1 AA 1 as A K I A A 6. Q f- Y X' ii ,Nag i ,Q if I .. .1 -,r 'W T i A' as l V, f 4 C f .x .xi gr, 2 is- " . A l i ' w -s -Q:-.sv-""-',,. , 1 Q 4 f. .1 X 'VG -5 396 i, . s--, , :To 3, , -f -J W i ,954 it ' V i iii, :wifi . 3' G .C .1 Q, .- L MARGARET LIEBENTHAL S.A.5 Empehi News Staff 3. 42 Editor-in-chief 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 41 Tau Epsilon 3, 45 Zoology Club 1, 3, 41 Dramatic Club 1, 3, 45 French Club 1, 3w 4' SUTHERLA ND ELEANOR LYDON HEI., S.A.5 Tau Epsilon: Commer- cial Club5 Emblem Club. ST. CHRISTOPHERS' BETTY MacGREGOR S.A.5 French Club: Girl Re- serves. SUTHERLAND RUTH NIacNElLL "Blau" SA.: Latin Club 3, 45 ZQOI- ogy Club 15 French Club 45 Glee Club 45 Girl Reserves. ARLINGTON FRANCES MALINSKY S.A.5 Commercial Club 4. LUTHERAN GRAMMAR SCHOOL KATHRYN MASSIAS "Dolly" S.A.5 French Club 3, 45 Zool- ogy Club 15 Botany Club :5 Empehi News Staff 35 Girl Re- serves 3. VANDERPOLL Crime DONALD MCKINLAY 3 "Cbiuk" S.A.5 Basketball 1, 3, 42 Sen- ior Hi-Y 3, 45 Div. room otlicer 1, 3. 4: Tau Epsilon 1, 45 Dra- matic Club 45 R.O.T.C. 1, 32 Latin Club 3. SUTHERLAND Dartmouth VVILLIAM MCKNIGHT "Bill" S.A. XVANDERPOEI. Tu'f'r1I3'-Svzm CHARLES MCNELLIS "C11m'fQ" S.A,, Spanish Club. SUTHERLANU DA'PdIlll' RALPH McP1-IERSON "Mark" S.A. AIIDLOTHIAN Crum' REYNOLD BIEISTER "Ri'11uit"' S.A., Usher Force 3, 41 R.O. T.C. 3, 4. Coi,uxiiii.fx, Pfonm RUTH MEISTER "Rutbii"' S.A., Student Court, Spanish Club, Literary Club. Corumizm, Piokm HUMPHREY METCALFE HIIIINIPH SA., Tennis team 3, 4, Phy- sics Club 31 Zoology Club 1, V.3xr1x,RI'oL1. LILLIAN MILLS "Chu ry" S.A, Snoop Crum' ,IAMES MOORMAN "lim" S.A., Basketball 1, 3, 4, Base- bill 1, 3, 4, Hi-Y 1, 3, 4, Em- blem Club 1, 3, 4, LIN: orx, Toi 1 no, OHIO ' 'a -4 ,IQSERH NAIIER 0' 'IUUI' S.A., Radio Club, Botany Cilub, IJl".ll'I1.1IlC Club, Tau Ep- -.ilnnq Physics Club. MT. GRI 1 Nwoou OHi'vln'ru Tu'i'r1l3 -Elglif I , 7 4' W! Q- 1 '-.9 in A 625 I A 5 ix., ,:-- 'F 5 I- -.-,as -1- -, ' , . .SM V, -- jawn ,I , h Q-. " ii K H -.-- i if 4, 9, , Q is I a f . " ' 44' 4, , l lit ' CCCC 'C , ,. . we f f sh . s 1 'ff' X . e W is A xg., 3, . 1 51 , x 5 T H E E M P E H I CLEMENTINE NEWHART "Clt'VlIl!Iil',, S.A., Annual Staff 3, 42 Em- pehi News Staff 1, 3, 42 Zool- ogy Club 1, 31 Annual Collec- tor 3, 41 Prom Committee, Sen- ior Assembly Committee. HORACE MANN CAROLINE NICHOLS "Curol" S.A., Tau Epsilon 1, 3, 4, Empehi News Staff 1, 3, 41 Div. room oiiicer 1, 3. ESMOND KIEANNE O'CONNOR S.A., Pres. 4, Spanish Club 3, Glee Club 3, Pres., Tau Ep- silon 1, 4Q Spanish Club, Civics Committee ll Sec'y, Student Court. FORT DEARBORN Cbirago MARTHA JANE OHMANS "Mili'li4"' S.A., Tau Epsilon 1, 3, 4, Girl Reserves 3. Fl.RNwooD Mvlrupulilau Businvxs OSCAR OLSIEN "Ollic" S.A., Football 1, 3, 4, XY'rest- ling 1, 3, 41 Emblem Club 1, 3, 4, Torch Hi-Y 41 Tau Epsi- lon 4. Ci5NTixA1. PARK Nov-Ilan vxtvru RIUDSON O'MEARA "Yun" S.A., Football 1, 4, R.O.T.C. 1, 3, Usher 1, 32 Tau Epsilon 41 Emblem Club 41 Student Council 4. VANDLRPOH. Crime XVALTER ORLOVVSKI "Gump" S.A., Tau Epsilon i, 1, 3, 4: Botany Club, Radio Club, Cvlee Club, Physics Club, Div. room orlicer 1, 1. IIYRNNVOOD Crane CAROLYN OSBORNE HOZZJN.. S.A., Board of Control 31 Student Council 1, 3, Spanish Club 41 Zoology Club 4, Liter- ary Club 3, Cilee Club 1, 3, 41 Girl Reserves 1, 3. SUTHLRLANU Illinois 0 F 1 9 3 3 P MARY KATHRYN O'SI-IEA S.A.: Spanish Club 3. 4: Lit- erary Club 3. 4: Glee Club 4. ST. CI-'IRISTOPHER'S Chi. Normal VIRGINIA O'TOOLE "VH" S.A.: Girl Reserves I, 1: Div. room otiicer I: Literary Club 4: Commercial Club 1, 3, 4: Tau Epsilon 3, 4. VANDERPOEL VVARREN OVERMAN "Bufvh" S.A.: Swimming team 1, 1, 3. 4: Capt. 3: Baseball 3, 4: Bas- ketball 4: Emblem Club 2. 3. 4: Emblem Club 1, 3, 4: Stu- dent Council 4: City Champion loo yd. free style. FORT DEARBORN Illinois EDWARD B. PATTISON "Paine" S.A.: Tau Epsilon 3: R.O.T. C. I, 1, 3, 4: Officers' Club 4: Zoology Club 1, 3, 4: Physics Club 3: Orchestra 1, 3. PARKER jR.H1GH Knox' JEAN FENCE "Pt'nn3"' S.A.: Class Vice Pres.: Tau Epsilon i, 1, 3, 4: Latin Club 1- 3. 4: Quilpen :. 5. 4: BOI- any Club 1, 3. ARLINGTON Obrrluz CLYDE PENDLETON "S011fb" S.A.: Football: Wrestling i, 1: Emblem Club: Basebzll. ESMOND Nur!fr1i'rifvr11 ARNOLD PHILLIPS "AVl1lt", S.A.: Cheer leader 1, 1, 3: Capt. 4: French Club 1, 3, 4: Glee Club 3, 4: Student Coun- cil 4: Annual Staff 4. SUTHERLAND Wm! Point MERIBELLE PIPER "Prnt" S. A.: Girls Glee Club 3, 4: Mixed Chorus 3, 4: Tau Epsi- lon 3, 4: Spanish Club 4: Div. room officer 4. CINUNNAT1, OHIO Illiuoir i '-WF We E! 'Sk 5' F. K -.1 x- X m Gag, ik , ...Q 81. 41 1'-:Q Pi3Q ':f-rf' K za .1048 .. P ,xv . Nw , .Q s W. Mi Q v it 1 l I I .. .qw .- 1. M i I . Qi 1 3 ,a , at 1 . S3 W N X -. fe. . fe . , E I ty I ni. is' 3 Xu 1 an 5- ,,, as 4 1-s Y -,Q w, af ' r 2 .9 ii i',,"e- i INIARIE PULLAR HBIIbbil'u S.A.: Girl Reserves 1: Glee Club 3, 4: French Club 4: Div. room oflicer 4: Zoology Club 1: Dancing Club 4: Dramatic Club 1, 3. XVANDERPOI 1, Gulf Park XVALTER RAMLOW' Frsplvl-llvi S.A.: Tennis team: Baseball: W'restling: Div. room otlicer. LUTHERAN MARGUERITE RAY "ll'Iurg1"' S.A.: Latin Club 3. 4: Pres. 3: Girl Reserves i, 1, 5. 4: Lit- erary Club 3. 4: Board of Con- trol 3, 4: Annual Stall 3, 4: Editor 4. SUTHERLA ND Nurlbu rslvru CHARLES REINHOLD "Chick" S.A.: Basketball 1, 3, 4: An- nual Collector 1: Hi-Y Torch 3, 4: R.O.T.C. 1. BURNSIDE Amtlvrrzy of Fim' Arls HARRY REUTHER "Hi'f1" S.A.: Baseball: Emblem Club: Glee Club: R.O.T.C. XIANDERPOEL XVILLIAM RICH "Bill" S.A.: Basketball 1, 3, 4: Ten- nis team 1, 3, 4: Emblem Club 1, 3, 4: Tau Epsilon 3: Hi-Y 3, 4: Div. room otlicer i, 1, 3, 4. Vaxminraou. Illinoir GRANT ROGERS S.A.: Basketball: Div. room officers: Annual Stall' 4. XIANDERPOI 1. Illmoii GLADYS ROWE "Glad" S.A.: Girl Reserves 1: An- nual Collector 3: Spanish Club 4- Crxrrui, Punk Cl7l.I.l17.SL'l7l70, T u 'vu ly-Nim' 9 if l l 1 .5 ,Lf af I JC lff I. BARBARA RUSSELL HBNII., S.A.g French Club 4. l'l0LLYX!'0OD Norllviwilerrz ELOISE SAUER "W'r't':ii"' S.A.g French Club 2, 3g Dra- matic Club 2: Girl Reserves I, 2. 3, Botany Club IQ Social Committee 4. VANDERPOEL Illinois GEORGE SAUER "Zookir" S.A.g Bandg Hi-YQ Zoology Club: Basketball: W'restling, Spanish Club, Quilpen. VANDERPOEL RUTH SAUERMANN "RlIfl7lA'l' S.A.g Orchestra: Girl Re- serves, Literary Clubg Physics Club. SUTHERLAND Annlviiiy of Fim' Arfi FRANCES SAVIDIS SA.: Tau Epsilon I, 3, .ig Spanish Club 2g Dancing Club 2. 3. 42 Dramatic Club 3, 4, Zoology Club 2. RlORGAN PARK ELPM. Earllmm MYRTLE SCHYVIDER S.A.g Girl Reserves Ig French Club 1, 3g Dancing Club 4g Glee Club 3, 4, SUTHIRLAND Cosmojiolilan School of Music LENORE SCOTT www S'A-I Spanish Club 3, 43 Dancing Club 3. 4: Glec Club 4: Girl Reserves 4, Empghi News Stall 2, 3, BARNARD Nul'fbIl'i'.tlt'1'11 STELLA SHARK "Gigglr'x" 5-A-2 Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club I, 2, 3, 45 Pres. 3: Emblem Club 2, 3. BARNARD Thirty ,--,-L V.. W5 6 K, ssis o QTY ES S., . , ssfiiwk .. . ' fx- . ly ia., 1 vga li --wx'-re "ri-w'si1'Es-ffm'-12. - 3- '- " 1 X N 1. was Y I' 2' '- . L K with Y. 532 , M X' 'Qi R. .ay . I 'lt x fel -if' le! A 5 s mn- JP! - 'C' ii' . ,,,,. fl ll X- x x,. R w er i . .. ,. it iv l 3 f 4 aua- tty T H E E M P E H I STUART SIMONS nSff1L'U sA4RorQ1,L3,M Odicers' Club 4: Botany Club I, 25 Physics Club 3. KOHN BERNARD SLEBOS "D1zirlJ" S.A.g Orchestra I, 2, 4, Tau Epsilon I, 2, 33 Glee Club 3: Second Place City Finals Solo Violin Contest. ESMOND BETTY SPANGLER S.A.g Empehi News Staff 3, 4Q Tau Epsilon 3, 4Q Quill and Scroll 3, 4C Zoology Club 25 Literary Club 3, French Club 3. 1. XIANDERPOEL Meilill School of Ioizrnalism JUANITA SPRINGER. rrWBl1?lJ'l, S.A.g Tau Epsilon 1, 3, 4Q Student Council 2, 3Q Budget Committee 3, Nominating Com- mittee 4: Latin Club 4Q Girl Reserves 3. PEORIA HIGH Illinois JANE STADLEMAN V' Inlfkifn S.A.: Tau Epsilon IQ Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 41 French Club 3, 4: Literary Club 33 Glee Club 33 Div. room oiiicer I, 2, 4. ARLINGTON MADELINE STANSBURY "Sian:-W' ,S.A.g Glee Club 3, 42 Or- chestra 3, 41 Pres. 3, 45 Board of Control 3, 4: Girl Reserves Cabinet 42 Tau Epsilon 4g Div. room oflicer 3, 4. STERLING ju. HIGH PATRICIA ,STANTON "Pai" SA.: Girl Reserves zg Glee Club 2, 3, 41 Student Council 4. RM' Norfbufz's!cr11 RUTH STOKER "Ruiby" S.A.g Botany Club IQ Girl Reserves lg Div. room oiiicer 2. VANDERPOEL Denison O F 1 9 3 3 P BETTY SMITH "Bet" S.A., Empehi News Staff 3. 4Q Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, French Club 31 Botany Club IQ Ring Committee. XYANDERPOEL Alabama NVALLACE SMITH H106-, S.A.: R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 5. 4: Radio Club 2, Zoology Club 2. VANDERPOEI. Alabama WILLIAM SYNDER HBH!!! S.A.g Basketball. BARNARD LUCILE STOW' ..Lu., S.A., Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4Q Pres. 4, Zoology Club 2, 3. 41 Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4. ARLINGTON ROY SWANSON S.A., Physics Club, Civics Committee 1, 2. BARNARD RUSSELL SWANSON "Russ" S.A., Glee Club 4g Band I1 R.O.T.C. IQ Usher Force I Aero Club 1. ARLINGTON BEVERLY TALLY "Bern S.A., French Club 3, 42 Dra- matic Club 4g Literary Club 3, Zoology Club 21 Glee Club 3, 4Q Latin Club 2, Girl Reserves 1. VANDERPOEL DAWN TATGE S.A., French Club SQ Danc- ing Club I, 2, 31 Girl Reserves 1: Tau Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4. RVANDERPOEL - s .gay v ' T X K f- il 6 1 , 3 Q Q was si X 3f ml I A J' . Ji . 1. ey H 1, i ' s ff - .-me if wi I .1 W M R, 'I .1 - 3 12 3 ' ... lr ' Lexx s wi E - . Ai rs,-fu. 1-gl.: r- as. ' 1 'ii , . , ay... , U L ,. 1 . "' . ,yv , C.. f?:ji' 4115 . f .V H. ,Q r 1 zz' 'Y W? F' sg 2 .421 'zQ.,,g,,. ki . :,l . ' it .. YP IV as -,' .. ,F vl er' L- K-- 15:-'fig' RL- ' :mv six' a .5 in 'F -f' . +4 .. H1595-' . If..-w s X K' E Q. "1' ' X -av 357' Ms K x I 5' vu- X s l x .S l 's ,x arf I 'xwif' ARTHUR TAYLOR "Burl" S.A.: Glee Club 3. 41 Zoology Club 22 Physics Club 31 R.O. T.C. 2. 3, 4. RVANDLRPOEL Dmixon SHELDON TAYLOR "Shrll" SA., R.O.T.C. I, 2, 3, 41 Senior Band IQ Spanish Club, Physics Club. VANDERPOEL Michigan ARTHUR TERRY S.A., Physics Club, Civics Committee 3. Fonrsr RIDGE Illinofs ROBERT TETU S.A.g Football 2, Wrestling 2, Glee Club 4, Div. room oth- cer 4. BARNARD Cram- JOHN THEIS "Iufmnit',' S.A., Div. room oiiicer 1. :J Spanish Club I, 2, Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Board of Control 4, Tau Epsilon 4. FERNWOOD DOROTHY THORNE SA., Glee Club, Girl Re- serves. PARKER ERNEST TUPES rYEl'I1it',' S.A.g Chess and Checker Club: R.O.T.C. 2, 3. 4: Con- cert Bnnd 2, 3, 4, Usher Force. ARLINGTON LAWRENCE TURNER S.A., Empehi News Staff 21 Glce Club 3, 4, Physics Club 3. 41 Chess and Checker Club 2. 3v 4' SHENANDOAH JR., NTIAMI, FLA. Crum' TlJiYfj"OllU ELOISE UNDERWOOD S,A.: Senior Band 1, 3, 4: Dramatic Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4: Girl Reserves 1, 3: Tau Epsilon 3. Lfxixrwooo, OHIO RUTH UNSINN "Ting " S.A. IDAHO ROBERT WALLACE "Bob" S.A.: Stage Crew: Room of- ficer: R.O.T.C.: Usher: Spanish Club: French Club. ARLINGTON ROSEMARY WALSH "Rainy" S.A.: Latin Club 3, 4: Zool- ogy Club 1, 3: Literary Club 3' 4' Sr. BARNABM KATHRYN WARDEN "Kay" S.A.: Zoology Club 1: Danc- ing Club 3: Glee Club 4: Div. room officer 1, 4. xl.-KNDLRI'OI'L VVALTIQR VVARK "WullVy" S.A.: Dramatic Club 3, 4: Quilpen 3. 4: Hi-Y: Board of Control 4: Oratorieal Context 3, 4: Section Champ 3: City Champ, County Champ 4. S'l'. RITA Ni1r'llriu'vli':'ri CARL VVERNER "SlellllYy" S.A.: Physics Club 3: Ora- torical Contest 3: Interclass Baseball 3, 4. Tum N SUlll!H'l'lI Culifornm FORREST VVHITNEY "liuVa"' S.A.: Quill and Scroll 4: Tau Epsilon 42 Latin Club 4. A'l'LNNTIC , Iowa Clilrugn Tbirly-Two -auf' L55 f i U3 .av T. . ,V . ' Ib 133.1 . in c xxx g G' x -. I 4 .. 11, l L s X . rf., A as 'I-Tl' 1 2 .4-5 .JN is lk? is ,. 1. ip T-'R f' . , f sf' ' T fm.: . f T7 1 qw!! 5 , .Q. ' . QM? X I ' P+ l 5: l i ' I T H E E M P E H I WILLIAM WHYTE "Bill" S.A.: Emblem Club 3, 4: Hi- Y 4: Vice Pres. 4: Basketball 1, 3, 4: Swimming team 3, 4: Glee Club 1, 3, 4: Annual StaH 4. SUTHERLAND Illinois CARLYLE VVOELFER "ClJarky" S.A.: Football 1, 3, 4: Base- ball i, 3, 4: Tau Epsilon 1, 3, 4: Emblem Club 4: Otlicers' Club 4: Band 1, 1: R.O.T.C. 1, 1, 3, 4. VANUER1-oiai. . Iowa MARTHA WOODS "Munir" ' S.A.: Zoology Club 1: Glee Club 4. VANDLRIIQLL LIONA WIGGINS "Liv" S.A.: Commercial Club 1, 1, 3, 4: Manager of StuClent's Ex- change 3: Div. room officer 1. BARNARD JACK WILKINS S.A.: Empehi News Staff 3, 4: Golf team 1, 3: Tau Epslion ig Div. room oflicer 1. FORT Di .xiuionx Clvrixliim Ir. LUCILLIQ WILLIAMS MIM.. S.A.: Emblem Club 41 Girl Reserves 1: Botany Club 1. SHooP W Willferfoire LOIS WILLY "Lo" S.A.: Tau Epsilon 3, 4: Spa- nish Club 3, 4: Girl Reserves 1, 3: Glec Club 3, 42 Dancing Club 4. Fonr Di fxitisoiwi WILLARD YAAP "Will" S.A.: Basketball 4: Baseball 2, 1. Foiw Dmiusonx O F 1 9 3 3 P MARGARET YAGER ffMagv S.A.g Girl Reserves 2, 33 Spa- nish Club 3, 45 Glee Club 3. CENTRAL PARK WILFRED YOUNG "W'illie" S.A.g R.O.T.C. 1, 3. 45 Ofh- rers' Club 41 Spanish Club 1, 3. SUTHERLAND Illinois MURIEL EICHMAN S.A.: Girl Reservesg Latin Club, Tau Epsilon. ESINIOND W'ILLIAM HANSEN "Bill,' S.A. CALULTET ROBERT HARRISON "Bob" S.A.5 R.O.T.C.g P h y s i c s Club, Quilpeng Tau Epsilong Radio Club. VANDERPOEL Crane RAYMOND HOLDSWORTH ffRaJ,,, S.A. BARNARD ROBERT HOWARD fPB0bJJ S.A.g Football lg R.O.T.C.g Bandg School jazz Orchestra. SUTHERLAND LOIS JOHNSON S.A. ARLINTON CYRIL LENEGEN S.A. ST. Leo WILFRED LOHMAN "Bud" S.A.g R.O.T.C.g Bandg Swim- ring Teamg Physics Team. ARLINGTON HARRY ZICHTERMAN S.A.g Botany Club 1, 25 Tau Epsilon 4Q Physics Club 35 Rn- dio Club 4. FERNWOOD Crane ELEANOR ZUEGEL "Ellie" S.A.g Tau Epsilon I, 2, 3g Girl Reserves r, zg French Club 43 Botany Club 2, :QQ Dancing Club 4. VANDERPOEL L,1,IfPa,-,Q COLLETTE LONG S.A.g Commercial Club, VANDERBURG STEFFY MELANCHUK "Sammy" S.A., Inter-class gamesg Em- blem Club. MT. GREENWOOD FREDA MING 5-A-5 Tau Epsilon. CARTER Fisk University EDWARD OLMSTEAD HEI!!! SUTHERLAND ROBERT RATHJE rrB0bU S.A.q Basketball Teamg Hi-Yg Physics Club. SUTHERLAND EDGAR SCOTT HEL!!! S.A. BRRNARD GRACE STEWART rrS1l5f6'v S.A.g Glee Clubg Girl Re- serves. BARNARD Business College HOWARD WADSWORTH S.A.g Div. room oEicer. GRESHAM Iberia, Mo. Thirty-Three NSQQ O 4 THE EMPEHI -sals- -qw" Bob Bethke Mary jane Coodspeed Dick Bowlin jean Hatfield WHO'S WHO, FEBRUARY "Bob" Bethke, the able president of his class, has made quite a name for him- self during his four years at Morgan Park. From the beginning he has had excellent reports, which brought him to the presidency of Tau Epsilon in his senior year. Beside this he has been a leader in the R.O.T.C. and many other school activities. "Bob" is an all-around good fellow, well liked by everyone. Mary Jane Goodspeed has been one of the most capable and consistent workers in Morgan Park. Since her freshman year she has been an active Worker on the Social Committee. In her senior year she was a delegate to the All-City Girls Conference and served as recorder on the Student Court. Her varied talents are evidenced by her active interest in the Glee Club for two years and by her competent leadership in the Dramatic Club. Her attractive personality and Winning smile will be greatly missed at Empehi. NVith "Dick" Bowlin's name we associate unusual athletic ability and a gift for leadership. For three years "Dick,' was a member of the football team. In his last year he led the eleven to Empehi's first City Championship. He won himself a place on every all-city team published. He also excelled in baseball in which sport he won two letters. "Dick" has been outstanding in many activities. He was president of the Emblem Club, a member of the Annual Staff, the French Club, and Tau Epsilon. "Dick,s" winning countenance and unquestionable fairness have Won him a host of friends at Empehi. Jean Hatfield is our peppy second vice president of the Student Association. She has won many laurels for herself while at Empehi. Some of these were earned by her splendid work in Quilpen and on the News Staff, to say nothing of the grand socials that she planned for us. Her dramatic ability has been displayed in many plays. Jean has also earned a place in the hearts of all of us. Tflirly-Four OF 1933 D A .-1. t f .. 1: PX X K I 'N 1 l i, if QQ. Q' I V , -it 1 " .gs . t t - I A 4 'Y 44" E55 sv --::- 3. mari Jeanne O'Connor Bill Carhart Julia Graver Nllfaltcr Wark WHO'S WHO, JUNE Quiet sincerity and tact coupled with eiliciency in any undertaking have made Jeanne C'Conno1' the most popular girl in Morgan Park. Her unquestioned popularity is proved by her representation in the many activities of Empehi. In her junior year, she was President of the Spanish Club, President of the Girls Glee Club. and Recorder for our Student Court. In her senior year she was elected to the highest position Morgan Park can offer, Student Association President. She has Hlled the position with exceptional charm and ability. Scholarship, responsibility, and leadership are symbolized in the high school record of "Bill" Carhart. Scholastic achievement has always been his foremost ambition. Tau Epsilon has claimed Bill for seven semesters during which time he has been once secretary and once vice-president. A more reliable student would be hard to find. "Bill" was manager of the championship football team and in this capacity sold 2,500 tickets to league games. This is only one of the many instances by which "Bill" has shown us his sense of responsibility. In any undertaking which requires honesty and capability "Bill" has made himself .1 leader. In his Junior year he was secretary of the Student Association and a member of the student court. He has been chairman of the Pep Committee and an active member of I-Ii-Y and the glee clubs. In short, Bill is an all-around good fellow and Empehi is proud of him. Our fair Julia Graver is one of the most prominent members of her class. She has attained one of the highest and most honored positions offered at Empehi, second vice presdent of the Student Association. As president of the Latin Club in her 4B semester she served a very successful term. Julia represents her class very ably as secretary and hold the responsible position of secretary of the Annual business staff. Along with these achievements she has been one of the scholastic leaders in the June class of 1933. Walter Wark has brought a great deal of honor to Morgan Park during his four years stay. Twice he has been entered in the annual oratorical contest given by the Union Leauge Club. In this contest he was successful, in fact, very successful. He not only placed first in the south section but in the city and county as well. As a reward for his fine oratory he received a valuable oil painting which he presented to the school. Thiriy-Fire :vw- 1 I . .A,. I. ,,.:'l'X ' 5 ,vt 4- ff'-. lf-'Q 4 ,',..-o , 23:32 ,S - :fifflf 1 23811 J-A ' e T all 'fr 2' 1 gn'-4 vf ' Q. -4. HUT: gi. ' yy: 1- ' Nu. PV".-r 'iff xii". . LJ1'-Di' l,d!r.i..-1' ,Sli -. Diff: Iv! eff..-, 51? '- , ,A K. iff.. I Q 0:1 w , , fy? .f, Q.,-g I 1, . x 11 'Av M, M Ts,-:CH .53 , MA 4. . ., .4 1 I ' ,I A .,,' . r 1 -v 'A '1' 4 '- .ig-f,rL,,,, ' x 1 , , I .,, lf- ,.,t,.. I., 1+ '- 'A y. ..,: M-A A ' .f ..x ,"1"f'J.4 K A-if-2, Q. Q.-5 I. .- f '-'1?', f Q sr. r-.i ' Q.. J'-1 A Jw, .y. 'Q' 1' -'-J'-', ' 4 .-A Mm . . .. 1 'A 1 1 N., , . - 'x . ,I 4 i, 5 ., .- 'N' -h J, by Yyk 0 I ,,-'YW,,v,,,u,H ,Qu .Y r 'Xa'-f I. I 5: an 4 21. 'Q .. u . Q5 fm' .,.i ,. . .4-1 S v.. gm 1 xt " Ax .1 ,.f,' eng, ' ,ff'yK7"1, xi., L. .. , . J " ' + gg... - , . ., :'.7. .yr .4 .v my ., . ,1-, ' xv' .- '."1r.' .fwuf .. ,. ., , , N 1. Q: Hy. . 1 . ,fm .. .- " 'skid Q. QA. 17 THE EMPEHI Svuior Prom i 32 ,, Amzmzl Milifnrj' Bull Thirty-Sn' ACTIVITIES STUDENT ASSOCIATION OFFICERS THE EMPEH .AQ 'LW A A' Cs' Tx Jeanne O'Connur Donald Black Jean Hatfield . Julia Grnver Davfs Allen P1 If ut I f Vi P1 illunf lull Vin' Pl'l'3iK!i'llf Zrm' Vim' Prwxillwzi SL'z'1'4'hrr'Yy STUDENT COURT 'Q' 'naw' S' A., I kt? in uf NY'.1ltcr Klienmann Ruth Meister Bill Carlurt Ed Porter Janet Dow Cqlmirnmlz Thirly-Eigbf V f" ,J fff sf if OF 19335 FirSt Rowi Allen, Black. liiiwr-i'. U I miriiir. Lorentz. luinnlliigs. linnllwle Lzirlizirt. Si-cimil Row: Lynn. Ehrlei I4 ilk Klieiimrnin. Ray. Hiishnell. Alt. Brewer. Pence. Third Row: liriimniersteilt. Yarillivrkziiii. XVII-lihiiriie. Mziclienzie. Stheuk. Bush. lizillivaiii. Iizirnett, Brick. l"uIirth Row: Stow. Dow. XX IIISIUW, lzi'Ill4lNl6j. Bliessler. Stzinslwiiry. Hotinian. Liehentlizil. Stevens. Firxl Sf'n14'sfI'r CLUB Srvomf Sl'IlIL'Sft'V Pauline Turpin BOTANY CLUB , ,Gene Gallivan William Brick BAND William Brick John Thies W'illiam Bochman Ruth Potts , Walter Vfark Marjorie Pritchard Jack Bushnell Marjorie Seitz jane Gamble Myrtle Hoffman Norval Robinson Crystal Hammar Dick Beardsley Betty Curtis Julia Graver Madeline Stansbury Bill Carhart . Margaret Liebenthal George Carroll Charles Gardener Dick Ehrler Jack Odell Gene Gallivan , Robert Bethke Walter Kleinmann john Gifford Marguerite Ray , . COMMERCIAL CLUB CHESS AND CHECKER CLUB DANCING CLUB DRAMATIC CLUB EMPEHI NEWS EMBLEM CLUB FRENCH CLUB GIRLS BAND GIRL'S GLEE CLUB BOYS' GLEE CLUB GIRL RESERVES HI-Y LITERARY CLUB LATIN CLUB ORCHESTRA PEP COMMITTEE QUILL AND SCROLL QUILPEN R,O.T.C. STAGE CREW PHYSICS CLUB . SPANISH CLUB TAU EPSILoN STUDENT COURT, ZGOLOGY CLUB, ANNUAL STAFF Dorothy Cummings Arnold Schenk Lois Meissler , Billie Jean Washburne Margaret Liebenthal Ralph Winslow Helen Lyon Jane Gamble Myrtle Hoffman Dick Beardsley Lucille Stowe Jack Bushnell jane Gamble janet Dow Madeline Stansbury Bill Carhart Henry Bush Edward Alt Nelson Brewer Dick Ehrlcr . None Glennelyn Brummerstedt , Jean Pence Walter Kleinmann Ronald MacKenzie Marguerite Ray Tbirly-Nine fa un 0 ,v fy Y - A Q' ,Q,ei"" X 4 f THE EMPEH f Iwrst Row' XX Sfzzdruf Cozuzfil I-Ili. ff:n'h:n't. Allun, Black. Gruvcr. O'lf'mmm', Glass, Gxulcryzdul. Yun MQ1'1'tcx1. Pope, Sr-Cr-nd Row: Hxlulvzxrd, Thick-, Pullur. Mill-. Riz-nhart. Flcket, Hzxrcllmr. Grcgg. Alli-mx, Pence, Dow. Thml Row: Ne1uI1l,c1'gex'. Ruby, Mom'm:m. j:nn1eQ, Brick. fzmrrull, MCNYhrvrwr. Lulstcr, Finklestein. Fffurth Row: Smith. Iiruwn, I5mcfm'. xlllfllfll. Ibnly, Ihirmlnmn, Iiuxhncll, Harm-tt. l4llI11ll!illgS. Forlg A11 I1 ual Sfaj Fir-I R4-xv: Cnrh:u't, Cznrrnll. RI. Ray, Mr.S1:huch. Eiwlnumn, J. Crzwer. Secfmd Row: I'hill1p'4. Newhnrt, Daly. 51.1. Ray, Bangor. Thirfl Huw: VK'zn'l-Q, XYhytc. Gawler. OF 1933 P First Row: Hal-ter. -Twlinwn, Ehrler. Tushall. Secoril. Second Row: Mabor, Adams. Lf-remz. Ruth, Brubaker. STAGE CREW The Stage Crew, present holder of the schoolAchievement Cup, is one of the most active and efficient organizations in the school. Each year, through the hard work of its members, it is developing into a more helpful and depend- able organization. Every year it has proved its worth by contributing greatly to the success of the annual operetta and each week it aids some club by staging an assembly for them. The Stage Crew is made up of ten boys all of whom are members only because they are interested in stage work. Each member of the Stage Crew, in order to perform his duties, must be well acquainted with the following subjects: Stage lighting, stage settings, and all fields of electrical work, includ- ing sound motion picture projection. The Stage Crew assists capably at all affairs held in the Auditorium. Outside orangizations giving performances receive the same etiicient and courteous service as do the school groups. This assistance is given free of charge, as the Stage Crew is a Student Association activity. The Stage Crew owes a great deal of its success to the efforts of Mr. Hunter, technical advisor, and Captain Lorentz, business advisor. FUVI5 -One pyafl fF7 'Frei ww Wa seal'-'fa ""l n,,o""" 0 QTHE EMPEHI .9 Edward Alu Esther Jacobs Davis Allen P1'rxiili'ul ' ' Jean Pence Vin' Pr'i'x1ili'11f Si'1'1'i'furg Tr't'i1t111'ur' .4f'j SENIOR TAU EPSILON Firsl Senmsfvr Officers Svcourl SE'7Ilf'Sl'f'7' Robert Bethke President . Jean Pence Jean Pence , Vim' Presidmf , , . , Edward Alt Alleyne Cheney Secretary . Esther Jacobs Howell McAfee , . Trmxzzrer . , Davis Allen Morgan Parkls Honor Society, "Tau Epsilonf' for the last two semesters has had a membership of over 150. The club was organized in 1925. Tau Epsilon's biggest affair this year was a Bridge Tournament started in December. They plan to make this an annual affair. Miss Meroe Conlan and Miss Celia Merry won in the finals over Margaret and Catherine Williams. Another annual social event was the April frolic. For the admission price of ten cents, each person received a surprise package. Grab bags, an orchestra, and refreshments were furnished for faculty and students attending. Forty-Two OF 1933 P . " . . ,N 4 , fr' . .ex x - ' - ' -3 - 1 . , Q .- .- ,A ,fi 0 ,,. - , . vs, -1 4 First Row: l':irhart. Ilearilsley, Allen. 1:10-Ili-. Alt, Mr, Drunuuoufl, Missfbiilziii. Fence, Hxiyii. flow, Shark. I-lat-ig-te-lt. 'l'li-milmni. Ililioe, Sec-intl Row: liasslet. Zlchlernmrl. Urluwski. llrllm. Springer. Wally. liuniuilngs. Ruhr. l.1uiiisp.it'l1, Bl. liraver. J, Hraver. lianilile. Striiisluiry Hunnian. jack. Iiethke. Yan Yzilkenlfurg. Thiril Row: XY-relfer. lluwnimg. liurti-. Hemens. llnrlur-li. lluly. Turpin. fxlllswlii. Piper. Uhmzms. U'Toole. Vfllezira. Xlcliinlny. Vzirroll. Imhlstroni. lllaek. Fourth Row: Earns-t Xlinuth. I,-mil. Allslioiise. Spzmuler. Va-iinelrl. Nl:icNeill. Stow. juries, lfliem-5. Jansim, Nichol-. XYlixtney, Harilner. Davis. Fisher. Senior Tall! Epsilon QConti-nuedj During the year, such prominent Chicagoans as Dean Gilkey, of the Uni- versity of Chicago, Gordon Miner, from the Union League Club, and Miss Herma Clark of the Chicago Tribune, spoke at the meetings. Each year it has been the custom for Tau Epsilon to present a gift to the three graduating seniors ranking highest in their class. In the February class Mabel Swift, Elizabeth Hemens, and Marjorie Seitz received books of their own choice. Ten students were presented with either pins or guards for having maintained their membership in Tau Epsilon during their four high school vears. This year Miss Meroe Conlan, Mr. Curtis Hunter, and Mr. Charles Drum- mond have acted as the club faculty advisors. Much of the success of the club projects was due to their suggestions and assistance. Forty-Tflrn' ' ! 4 THE EMPEH .v junior Tau Epsilon Fnrxt R-rw: XYxll1:m1N. XYhi!v. M1-rgan. Kramer. Xliw l'1vnlzm. Mr, llrunmuvml, Hr. Hunter, Hnrtanow. Nlclirznlh. Vrur. Svcmul Huw: Rcllun-1', Hx-m'u1.'. lilmululxlixt. Al1Il1l1w11. lfvinl-. Iluluimuk. Hvrtxxiu. Rmlvs, Lyon. liillhilliifl Ilull'-lmrg. Tl1ir1l Huw: Jflhlhrul. Ryu. Vzulrlnck. fmtclln. Vnlrlr. HIIYHN. 'l'1'wlwL'll. -Izwulw. Lung, F:u'nwr. Housernan Mcngrr. Fnurth Row: .XllNl1m1w. l'l:u1Xc1'. Hlllicr. Timllull. ,'Xllc'11. K:u'g1L'. l'uwm'll, Uxuwn, 1'ullu1rn. Hnyrd, Ilflfflllilfl f':nmt, Mull:-xy Fl'l'SZ7IlIlIlI and S0lb!J0llIUl't' Tau Epsilon Fxrxt Rnw: Ilcmln-rwn. l.1v1'1-n. I1-fwmv. Rr-fc-xc. Ynupz-I. lhxxwlzuy. -lcnxun. lllllmzm. llznttielml. XYillinmS. Rarge liwnlml. Mt-5:-r. l'l:n'ku, Se-rvrrul Rmv: llykvmzm. limwr. lmfxle. lluglwx, t'g.rn1zm. 'I'mlrl. Rum. Daly, Flzxxlvc-x', Hare. Kent, Hertwig Inn-1-5, E141-1'. Hlv.-v11xN. Ilughc-. liggvr. K1-ck, Thirfl Ruw: I-Ixtvp. Hn-nr5. lie-1'uwIl:1, -Inlm-mm. liennr-lt. H--1-pvr. Miller. Smith. Rulfcrnmm. Stznnlvllry, M, Glasa I. Claw, Imxelm. llllllyfn-1,S:n'nI1x XICi'ul11v1l1:l1. Htlllktz Hcnnlx Fffurth Rowi Allvn. SXI1-crm-12 Snrrcll. 4'n.Nn111l1. Mff'f1TTT1qgh: Sfhwznighini. Sfhvnk. Smith. Trcrllllv. llarclner Sflmwlrhf, XYrl+lu-. Ili-Vflvy. I,lllNlt'!'. Reynulrls. XI1rl1In1:.q, , 7 1 . -Q Fnrfj -Four i - N I 1 f N x P 1. X E m 5 ' 1- X i F--4 X M f I OF 1933, My .til First iowa Ray. Mrs. Hecht. Hood. Turpin, Davis, Miss Petty, Dow, Pence. Launspach. VValsh, Downing, Groe e. Second Row: Brown, Jones. Barrmore. Poole. Tupes. Carman, Tnttershall, Springer. Jack. Hoclifeldt, Stone, Ewald. Savidis. Graver. Third Row: VVhite. Kramer. Morgan, Cobb. Stow. MacNeill. Racles. Lyon, Curtis. Allison. Burns, Hum- phreys. Johnson, Hayn. Fourth Row: Clay. Hertwig, Kent, Hare, Carroll. Dilxos. Colburn, MacKenzie. XYliitney. McNYhorter. Meyer LATIN CLUB , Firsf Senzlcsfer Officers SFFOJIHY Sernesfm' Julia Graver ...,. . Pirsidmzf . . , . , .Janet Dow Janet Dow ..,,.,,., . . , Vin' Prcsidvfzf ...., Martin Davis Judith Tattershall , . . . Scrrvfnry . . . , Pauline Turpin Betty Launspach . , . . . . Trmzszmfr ...,., Jean Pence The Latin Club, which is one of the oldest organizations in the school, was started in 1925. Its aim is to further interest in Latin. Every year the club also aims to donate S50 to the Scholarship Fund, one of Morgan Park's worthiest projects. On April 21st, the date of the founding of Rome and also of the Latin Club, the club held a banquet at the Casa de Loma. The Latin Club sponsored an assembly in November in which such menaces to the students as the tardy bell, Virgil books, discipline cards, etc. were sacrificed. During the year the club sponsored two bake sales, one on November 12th and the other on May 6th. The proceeds from these two sales went to the Scholarship Fund. Miss Petty and Mrs. Hecht, the two advisors of the club. have helped in planning and carrying out many of the club projects. Forty-Fire RLETIMII HD HBH I ANNTIUQLMILQ 1933 Pblhlby THE STUDENTS of MORGAN PARK HIGH SCHOOL 4 THE EMPE Ilxwi I Firxf Fl'l'1ll'l7 Club I--w' Rwhy. llullmmlxu-11. 'I'v'ulwQ1I. 'I'l1:m'!u'l'. Lyuvn. Nli-X 1'-unlzm, Ill'x1lvulwl'. XYm'x'n'll. N'--'ml Rmv: l,14K4ul13. lin-WLT. Slnluus. l1:nngu'. Nlvlirxvlc. Hwh--. l":n'111a'x'. Hlxrfl R-'wi I'l11lIl1v-. l'uIl:nx'. Sxnxrr. Zlwucl, 4'lxth4'1'u, llutvhlnx. l.n-luuullxznl. ll-mu. Vurti-. lh-llxlw. SLTUIIII f"l't'lIl'Z7 CIIII7 1511-I R-rw: XY:nhlr11xl1v. lhlwl. lfqnlllnwl, Stunnl. XYIIIIJMIN. Lynn. Hzmll. Klux l'unl:m. .XllNl1m1w, XY4'l1x lim H1-5. li.mlt. Nr-rn-I K-rw. 'I'urm'r. 54-111. Y-rung. limp:-IN Rznlhmzm. XYm'1'n-ll, XYr111cr. l'l:u1wl'. Mvlinighl. ,lncrvlrm Nlznrtm 'l'lIflvIm'N. Lmxu, 'lkhvnl Run' llnkvr. 1I.1Il.nm-sm. Xlxndlu-glwy. .Xlvx1n1wIz1'. Iinlliurel. Hfllnl. VL-lmlivlvl. liL'L'kl'x'. Hv.'fI'm'l'-'11, ltIm1'1vi1-1' 51111111 .Xll mul. I mil! lx xx' Illrlunwqn. Il-I-ul. lfzxlmw.Hu11llu'111:m. Vrllmglc. Stink-lnlxntl. XIv.Xfm', Iluillwcll. Ruwcll. Hwflu 'U ' H mzm. ll.mfII1urx. llmmfr. 1,071-3-SIY HI Mutha - fl Vicki LJ IAJ4' I OF 1933! Clwff fx? 5'9" V418 W 'Fr 'Rf' P is Sv t gt. '53 , l Helen Lyon Margaret Willianis Dorothy Minuth Eleanor Stewart Prvxiilwzl Zml Vin' Prf'5ir1'rnt Sn'n'lar'y Tri'ux1n'i'r FRENCH CLUB Fira! Seuzfsfer Oj'irz'rS - Srrolzd Senzvsfer Marjorie Seitz . , , . , ,.... Prfsizfmzf .,.., . . , . Helen Lyon Marjorie Worrell .r.. . . Ist Vice P7'FSilll'l1f . . , , . Arthur Gault Jeanne Allshouse ...,. , . 211:17 Vice PVl'Sil1l'7lf . . . . Margaret Williams Mabel Swift. . . , . . . . , Secretary . . , Dorothy Minuth Dorothy MacKenzie. . . ,Trt'as11J'z'r . Eleanor Stewart "Le Cercle Francais" is one of the most active clubs in the school. Its aim is to further interest in French and to increase the ability of its members to converse in French. This year the club presented a play "Beauty and the Jacobinn at their assembly. The story had a French setting, but was given in English. The members taking part in the play were Billie Jean Washburne, Arthur Gault, Peggy Hood, Briarton Flanagan, and Eli Socoloff. The Club's Annual Rose Day was held in April. On that day over a thousand fragrant and varied colored roses were sold to Morgan Park students and residents. This has always been a "red letter" day on the French Club,s calendar of events. In January and in March the club sponsored the movies "Congress Dances" with Lillian Harvey and "Fanny Foley Herself" with Edna May Oliver at Blackwelder Hall. Due to the sickness of Miss Marie Bellinghausen, faculty advisor, Miss Meroe Conlan took her place this year. She has served very ably. Forty-Serm 4 THE EMPEHI Sfmnixlz Club lx! flV'lJIlfJ FUN! Rwwt Sum, 4Mlwl'v1v. Yu-llucz, llruIm11cx'xlc4ll. Klux llx'wvwx1. vl. llnly, ,lwl1nim1. ll.ll'xlwy, Silver. Sc-'uml Rww' Kmm-5. llxmln-n, R:nuQcl1. George. llrimlcll. l.:m'1l. l'Fw1t1n1ller. l,n-mxaxwl. Mllu. XYlmley. Tlmwl Rnw: llnugh. Suu-wk, llnrpur, Schraculcr, Rmvc. Ymgvr, ling. lh-rg1.grer1. ML-rnulzx. Xlfllly, llzxlm, Fnurlll Ruwl 'l'nm'hx'14lqv. lfrnxlkm-r. Reyuul4lN. Nlgmlmlfnrt. llrulmkcr. Fritz, I.m-l-trwm, XYick2, fhowen Frltwlx, full Gmnjr Fixx! Rm-,lg Ibm-, lixqmx, lirll, llzlxtcr. f'level:n111. Nlxw llmwu. -Iml, Ma-xiai. Evans .lwl1nN4m, SL-omni Rllw' liruwn, llnylp. 'llnwx Sum. l'n4lp-rw--ml, l"'uwlq-5, U'Sl1c:l. Price. llmnmlck, 'l'l1lrnl Rww: Vwrlncy, Nlllmlnrx lim-rr. Ternplct-In, Ylllwlw, 'I':n111vk1nN. lqnrlmzirt. Mzmncl. llilinl. llriulmrn, Coyle lfwuftll Rww: G:nr4lm'r. 4'+vx'lv-ttv. llvxrkc. Tinini. K:1n1Inrl':'1'. Vlprar, llrlytlwrnc. llcuke. Gzllllvzul, linuer. Ruill For M -lilglvl O F 1 9 3 3 r SPANISH CLUB Firsf Sczlzrsfer Officers Svcond Smzesfw' Eugene Gallivan , Prrsidwzf Glenellyn Brummerstedt Henry Henke , Isl Vin' Prvsirfwzz' , , . Juanita Daly Margaret Va-n Cott Zmf Vice Prvsii1'w1z' Carolyn Osborne Glenellyn Brummerstedt St'Fl'L'l'Lll'-Y . , , joseph Vasquez Rodney Daly ..., , . , , Tnnzs111'v1', , . .Rodney Daly "El Circulo Espanoln this year has undertaken many and varied activities. The new and big event, which proved to be of school-wide interest, was the White Elephant Sale. This sale was held in Roseland and netted the club S97, two-thirds of which went to the Student Aid Fund. The club hopes that this Will be made an annual affair. Early in the first semester the club gave a Hallowe'en dance at the home of Evalina Gamble, and in the second semester a St. Patrick's Day dance at the Casa del Loma, both of which were very successful. In September a weenie roast was held on the beach followed by a trip through the World's Fair Grounds. The members visited the buildings and went through Byrd's ship. The club also presented two assemblies. At the first, Mr. Wfulfing gave a talk on his automobile trip through Mexico and at the second a one-act play "Un Norteamericano en Mejic0," was presented. The club feels that due to the work of its ambitious oiiicers and faithful members, and the invaluable aid given to it by its sponsor, Miss Margaret Brown, it has had a very successful year. Early-Nine X 0 e THE EMPE Fifty Th F4 Qllilpfll Ifu-I Huw. Alliwn. Sxxmft, lil'l1!:1alw1'. lllllxlpllrry N. Nllw lizmmml. Ilmlprr. .Xlulmvn1. Ilasttklul. S4-wnnl Ibm, Vuk. Hzurtcr. f':u'1'1-ll. ll:nlgvr. 4':uh:nl'1, Alt. Huh-I11. 'I'h1nl Rum lfv'v:'1l1:uy1 l.:xKumy. Krzulwr, lhlluxrlm. Huxh. XY.x1'k. Rlnhnrflwn. E14ln1:u1n. Lifvmry Club First Ruw lhckmwn. Ibunrr. Vurhs. Mrxl Hllxlmrcl, VYIAISII. Lynn. llxmmlwlc, Sxulrrmam. Srculul R-uw. l"rcL'n1:n1. H"I'mmlr. Alllwm. XYQ-rrlrr. VK'nrrc'll. Hnxtcr. Gamlvlr. .-'Kyvfx Hurkhflrfli. vurth Row: Hlxrrf-ll. Phllllpx Uuxh. Fzullkncr. -Inycr. Rzulrs. ml Rnw: 'l'rnwhrnlgc. I,:nr:l, Imly. Furmxillcr, Mvlxtrr. I.aKnn1y. Rag. Richanlwn. OF 1933 P l I j 4 A K' J' f cf f i i rgvww First Row: Liehentlial. Miss Sturgeon. Hush. Riclixmlwn, lamp. Tlimnujismi. Second Row: Recs. Shen. Allshouse. Renc'vici'. llzwtziiiiw. XYillizuus, Third Row: XYzisliln1i'r1t'. Sjuuigler. llc-ffemii. llochfelilt. il. Daly. liiilnizuin. l"ourtl1 R 1 in " lietl ike. R. Daly. llzillivnn, Caitlin! QUILL AND SCROLL Pirxl Szvlzvxfvi' Opin' SITUIIJ Scn1f'5I1'r' Margaret Liebe-nthal Pr4'xia'w1f Henry Bush Rose Marie Renevier Viva' Prvxicfw Dorothy Richardson Betty Spangler S!'l'l'l'ftlT-1' Colette Long Henry Bush Trvaszzrzv' Kenneth Thompson Quill and Scroll, the national honorary society for high school journalists, was organized at Morgan Park High School in June, 1929, by Miss Margaret Sturgeon, faculty adviser, with the purpose "to instill in students the ideals of scholarship, to advance the standards of the profession of journalism by developing better journalists and by inculcating a higher code of ethicsg and to promote clear and forceful writing." The requirements for membership are that a student be of at least junior standing, that he be in the upper third of his class, that he have done superior work in some phase of creative writing, and be recommended by the super- visor. Quill and Scroll sends contributions to the National Quill and Scroll Contests yearly. Many social activities for journalists are managed by this society. At Christ- mas a party was held and each member brought a grab-bag gift. Last semester a tea for sophomores who were interested in journalistic work was also given. Later formal initiation was held for eight new membersg informal tea followed the ceremony. On April 7, a "games" party, consisting of ping-pong, shuffle- board bridge and dancing, was given at the home of Margaret Williams by the club for all the Empehi News Staff. Fxffy-Om' Oyf v uw il gv',0,4'g. gg 0. EX!!! QiiVybX'QQffS' 05 J ffsfeoii 7 Pg? 1, I WQXBLNNM, PEHI fwsiwfl First Row: XYilkins, Allsliouse, Long. Spangler, Miss Sturgeon, Lielientlial. J, Daly. Eidmann, Bush. Second Row: XYasliliurne. XYillianis, Clarke, Rees, Deneen, Richardson. Hartanov. Rhienhold. Third Row: Ganilvle, Shea, Dykeman. Clarke, Clay, Jansen. Nichols. Jansen. Quinn. Fourth Row: Gallirain, Hauulier, Cunningham. Boardman, R. Daly. Schenk, Coyle, Allshouse, Lovell. i f . f If, fa wa' A EMPEI-II NEWS A Although many high school newspapers have had to curtail expenses, the Empehi News has remained a six column four page weekly issue, throughout the last year. Two delegates were sent to the Illinois State Press Convention. although none were sent to the National Press Convention. Besides joining the Columbia Press Association, the paper continued its membership in the Greater Scholastic Press Guild, its editors-in-chief assuming the chairmanship of the newspaper section. The first semester the staff included: Marjorie Pritchard, editor-inrcliiefg Bradley Eidman, assignment editor, Margaret Liebenthal, Betty Spangler, Ruth Potts, and Jack Wilkcns, page editors, Howard Baugher, art, Betty Smith, chaff, Florence Shea, exchange, Betty Pringle, society, Juanita Daly, interviews, Ann Hartanov, girls' sports, Colette Long, Margaret Williams, desk, Frances Deneen, Billie Jean Washburne, June Reinhold, Walter Klein, Russell Peterson, Gene Gallivan, Ralph O'C0nner, reporters, Betty Jane Rees, Jeanne Allshouse, proof, Henry Bush, William Boardman, sports, Carolyn Nichols, Clementina Newhart, Marie Quinn, Betty Van Sant, Lillian Westlund, typists. The business staff was: Dorothy Swift, Rodney Daly, Luana Boner, advertising, Robert Bartee, business manager, Donald Richardson, circulation manager. The second semester had the following members on the staff: Margaret Liebenthal, editor-in-chief, Henry Bush, Betty Spangler, associate editors, Rodney Daly, Juanita Daly, Margaret Williams, William Boardman, news editors, Jeanne Allshouse, chief desk editor, Billie Jean Washburne, June Reinhold, Copy, Colette Long, Dorothy Richardson, headlines, Betty Smith, chalT, Betty Pringle, society, Gene Gallivan, features, Ann Hartanov, interviews, Betty Jane Rees, chief editorial writers, Florence Shea, Frances Deneen, exchange, Howard Baugher, Robert Gallivan, art, Jack W'ilkins, Frank Fisher, Marjorie Vandcrhock, Jack Lovell, Herbert Allshouse, Helen Clay, Jane Gamble, reporters, Caroline Nichols, Marie Quinn, Dorothy Jansing, Marguerite Jansing, typists, Arnold Schenk, circulation manager, Eugene Bates, Howard Coyle, Dorothy Dyl-teman, Edith Ellen Clarke, circulation assistants. Miss Margaret Sturgeon and Mr. John Specht acted as editorial and business advisers, respectively. Fifi,-Tun OF 1933 P nqwnagnepaaefasua ' us,.m.r:nPr-:HINEW A A , A J """'0"L"""' 'W HE FIPEHI l'f'f'!l'!'1'i' :lTMTOE1 M., ohm... f M: 4 ,3,,J.44A TMS! 4 Auldndn Wnrkly Nevrpgpn , , 77277 7777777 MY V , - eh! al Last Gels Seven Gul gfhohnmp fund Gam df -,. .,,, ,. M QF, , A , s , S f3l17...i 1:52 W in ff: 7:74 fri: Espana q"'..i'f'4::' " ' -3 ' H579 X Cup In Dominale its Trophy 53,40 From r,'r,u.,4gu -T31 K9 Teqphen PIU' outnnt P Out' ff TT' I' T 1' , , WT... , tQl3ik , Now Waffh Shuients mru-s Y wwake aff ,.. .,. ,,.. Y. ' Y, Y me aw ne cn, 0ng0 1' -H -l Q Empehi Eleven 5f1"4'ff ' " ,, 24:51 . '. S ' 9 - . mmf? 'If - ' 'eztfwtf' - 'my Bah Te lp " "9 . '1f31.Q1f.. F WU' 0Ve,p mic '74, ls Heavier Than . gi" j voe'1?g5 1 Wodgevmlli D"'1l?'G'1 -" """ ee'--l 4"'1M ,,L . jj" Previous Year 512' it 0. is, - Je 3 " 1 9+ fffff: Pe f .. el.. , I . , leg., -- 'GV ARB Ja, ifih uuhn,,,,':1D::nn:"' l, ,,.,.. 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M... .. .. ... aa. Mm... .. ... ...,. li. .N ........ Yi ........-, ...H . my , i , ...W . ,.....,.-, Q ...A 1512 ffl... N , j"j ' .. ,---.H 1., .ne-..l .,i,. L44 -'Hi - .l,l.,.. . .sw ml Fzfty-Tbfre E EMPEHI Fir-I Ruwui Norlin. Stnmllcv, Viuly. Rohr, l'c'te-rsnii, Kigcr. Mrs, Alllls. Vuniniinqs. Higgins. Lfunm. Renevier lmnu. lxrnllllllk. lflck. I.zii'si,vii. Su'.ni.l Row: Horinzul. ll jnlinsim. 51.1--Iinsflii. Xehf. lJ"l'nolu. lfreeinxin. Nieluliowslci, llurklizmlt. I1-'ll'I'lE'l' Blzilxnsky, H. Bnrlu-h. bhimqm-ki. llnsinskl. Harrier. llrlm. Hall. Thxxul R-rw. Englzmiler. Hrucner, l.inn1en, Luxeu. .Xyigstruiir Tlrrr. Slelvos, Thri-. Stevens, Shark. O. Tiztrtosli. lb. llzuvi-, I.34lun. M, TJIXVIN, iXi14leixm1. F-iiirlh Row. li, llny-len il. Huy-len. Rlnenholil. llartzmuv. Knife. NI:ncl.e:m. Elliot. Xiclwlson, Hielsclier, Scliwzmqlmrt. l'umer, lfirxf St'HI4'Sfl'V Off? Svvwzd SUllIl'Xf4'l' john Theis I'n'xiJw1f Dorothy Cummings Lola Stump Vin' Prvxizfvut joseph Kiger Virginia O'Toole SL'l'7'l'fdl'-1' Russell Peterson Bernard Slebos Treuxlzrvr' Lucille Lamm Rose Marie Renevier Almmzi Sva'r'e!ar'y Lio-na Wiggins The Commercial Club of Morgan Park was organized in December, 1929, by Mrs. Ruth Mills, its present faculty advisor. The club operates the Student's Exchange, the function of which is to furnish within the building, supplies needed for school work at a minimum cost to the pupil. All profits are returned to the students and school in the form of charity donations and school equip- ment. The club gave an assembly play titled "A Trailer of Errors," which in three acts depicts a careless typist and an elfin character whose only job in life is making up for the typist's errors. The aims of the club are three-fold: 1. To render service to the school not only through the Student's Exchange, but by furnishing efficient commercial work to any teacher or club desiring it. 2. To broaden the business outlook of the members by means of excursions to various business houses and exhibitions, and by speakers of the business. 3. To provide more social life for commercial students. Fifty-Four OF 1933 P Comuzvrruzl Club Ojfcvrs Flrxt Rnw: U'Tnule. Theia. l'un1minu-. Peterwn. Sccnnfl R-vw: Heilxcher. Kiger. Slrlnw. YY1gginx, Rtnevier, I,:m1m Couzmercial Club Acbiczwrzwzf Group int Row: Gruener, Cummings, XYiggine. Ilnrtnah. Turner. Burkhardt. ecunml Row: I,1uhrwm. M. jfvhrmsfni. Thcif. Pc-terwn. Shark. U"l'uoIe. Fifty-Fire Siajff MARGUERITE RAY Ezlifor-in-Clvivf BRADLEY EIDMANN Bnsinvxs Managvr WILLIAM CARHART Adzrrfising Managrr GEORGE CARROLL Lifrrary-Ari-Eflilor , my Pubiit W M g5.V?:lEStefoStreei ' Q Bog 227 H Q pg all U F orc' word just as our gria'ir0n 01611611 ro- opvralvd fo plarv a cbanzpionsbip shield upon fbf' walls of Enzpebi and just as Morgan Park dis- playml ffnr sporfsnzansbip in ber rirforivs or clafvafs, so have we f'lll1'6'dl'07'l'd, in ibn' same' spiril, to lffilll' on fbasr pages a true and lasting rrrord of flu' school l'l'l'l7fS of fbc' pasf year. .,. ,,l 9 v, 4 THE EMPEHI Bflfllllj' Club ld: A 'sspl lfnrft Rww: Ilcvi-lcrwii, Inrxdfi. IM--lr. Miw Mmiuli, lqillllll, kizillivzm. Kilziml. Rem. l'l:iipcr. Gzuulvle, Blood, ff" ' ' C mn N mL'1'N1 1ir,1Lt11n,u, In I lvni.,Xi1l 411. N-wuifl R:-w: Vzirl-ini, Il. lizillcy R,l2zixl1-5. Rulwrllm. Swift. XY-wncr. NYfrr1'uIl. Eycr. Henry. Bennifl. Guiess, H01 ullnugil, fzirizlin-i'. Xml lirfrkzuii. ,Xiiiirixuix Vlinliiiiilgx 'I'I1ml Row: He-Wei. Vnw. 'lw1llft"IANi'lflii, Turpin, linux-is. Simi-nw, Nrrnitiicr, Ilnycix flrlmvxki, Smith, Mcgo, Iiriilfuxwki, Hwlw, 1iliL'kn1:n1. F1-virlli Huw: Smiili. lim-wkfinip, Aikun, Krcwc. Jwhna Kwck. fivvrxifni. lii'e'm'iiwwul. 1'.XlL'ii-v. A. Rlcn-0, XYOS, 'Iii'r1xx'iIii-iw' XYHVIQTI X i A Zoology Club Fir'-t Rww: XY1llv. X':ir1flerI'l--ru, H-ithwill. I':irrctt. IM-utvr. Iiruwn, XY4m-lfcl, Vulv. Svhvnk. Engleman, Falk, MrXYh1vrICr, Xvliltc S4-voiiri Rww: MisQ H1-ll. Th-lily, Ilykcmzm. Iiwzilfl. Iicthkv, Suviviis, Gamlnlc. Aycrx, Sliipmw. Smkoc, MacKenzie, Miw Rnlfcnrk, Lc-wig. XYili-fix. Lmiu. Iluw. Grzivcr. Third R-iw: .I--line-ln. Vlzirkc, jnliviwu, Trulwcll. Ilrwywr. firorge. Hviim-tt. Vipzir. Urirs. He-thkv. Ciffnrd, H.i1Iul.iy. 'Il-lic-r, Blum Scott, Martin. VVright. McKnight, Jnculwi. Tihlilcs. F'-'mirth Ruwl Jwlixigmii. Rrmx'11.XK'r1Ix. Sim-sk. llmiseiiizin. Hnpkinx. Hrimlvll. IIfIlINl'l1l?ll'I. Dunwfwrth, Kinzic, blzwfilr'-. MCNUI. D:n-i-fun, Rcymilflx. Hi-clit. irirfvvciip. 1.1:-Iwiitlml. Ilurfvsc. llillmnn. Ilatliclrl. Vifllx Rww: limzlt. Swann. Mzipp. Alkirr. Turner. finwh-r, Il-In-rr, Iizirlgcr. Vunirningk. McAfee, Mattmn, Iullnxml, fizirflncr, -Iuiiii-ami, Hziggm-viinifk, Orr. Howl, Fliij 'Six' OF 1933 FirsiScn1f'sl1'r Pauline Turpin Muriel Burns. A A Betty Jane Rees Eugene Gallivan Norman Camit, BOTANY CLUB Offer' .AA.Pres1dm1fA..,. .A A Virc' President A A , A A A ,... 2nd Vive Prrsiflenf A A A A A Secretary ....,. A A ,TfUdS7l1'0f. A A Second Semester A Eugene Gallivan A . John Knapp A A Betty Jane Rees A A A A Jean Clasp-er A ,Norman Clasper This year the Botany Club is entering a miniature house with a rock garden, in the State Junior Academy of Science Convention to be held on May sch and 6th in East St. Louis. The exhibit has been built on the 3f8th scale and the garden is made entirely of living material. Corinne and Anita Mense, Willard Verduin, and Eugene Gallivan, who have had charge of the exhibit, will attend the convention. The Botany and Zoology Clubs, who entered the state convention last year, won the State Biology cup. The Club attended two Flower Shows, one in November and one in April. They also sponsored a group of social entertainments at the homes of some of the members in order to have money to send their exhibit to St. Louis. Miss Genevieve Monsch, who has acted as faculty advisor during the last two semesters, has greatly assisted the Club in many ways. ZOOLOGY CLUB First Seuzvxfcr John Gifford, A A Janet Dow ,,.. Eileen Ayers Lucille Stow A Eugene Mapp A A Ojfficrrs Pl't'Xflll'lIf A A Ixf Vive Prexidczzf 21111lIiFt'Pl'l'Xit1rE'l1lL A A A Srvomf Svmesfer Ronald MacKenzie A Evilina Gamble JaneLong Secrcfar'yA . . A A A Annamae Savidis T1't'z1x11r'w' A A A A A A Scott Stokoe The Zoology Club of the Morgan Park High School consists of about seventy members, who have taken, or are taking Zoology and received a grade of "Cn or better in that subject. The purpose of the club is for the advancement in the knowledge of the science, and of course, for a good time. Meetings are held once a month, and the entertainment is furnished either by members of the club, or outside speakers. Each month an excursion is offered, to various exhibits and places of interest. The trip to Turkey Run during Spring vacation has become an annual affair. A member may win a club pin by earning two hundred points through work in the club. These points are made by being an officer of the club, assisting in assemblies, plays, entertainments at the meetings, and making posters. The club is a member of the Illinois Academy of Science and with the Botany Club has entered exhibits at the annual meeting during the past two years. Fifly-Srzrrz 4 THE EMPEHI A6 -Q-9 ,,... ,,. MJ Nlyrrlc Huffnun Dick Hcardslcy NI.1dClil1C Smnsbury x J' V Boys Glu' Club l'x1'Nt Run" llnlllpx. Ulm-scxlp. XYl1ytc. Schwimlvr, lh':u':lsIcy, MIN. llzxrllc. lilllllfllllhli. RCIIIV, Ttlftr. Se-cuml R-uw: 'l':xyl0r. Rndmx. Pxttison, Luck, Davis, Rout. l':n'hurt, :NIIHIIICL MacKenzie, Hall. Third Ruw: I'nJ:mxkuQ, Schulte. Fulk, Hain. Hale. Hlmml, I.:m1it. Kl1:xpp,Uurhan1. Tenlplctwn. lfwuxtlm IC:-ut Ilxmw, lin-lmcfll. Tm-tu, Sxmllglww-. Fifly-Ijlglrt i OF 1933 P Girls Give Club-Svcomf Period Flrbt Row: Faulkner. Baker, Maifias. Mrs. Hartle. Huffman. McKnight. Erin, XYest. Tilrlrlex, Second Ruw: LaK1vmy McCullough, Thmnpson. Kreve, All-house, Hayn, Stanton. Savinli-. Jac-ills, NVriqlit, VYilc0x, Long. Third Row: Holtun, Tattershall. Oslmrne, Jack. Schwirler, folhy. Hurt-m. Dick, Lmnhardi. Danolic. New-sam. Hemens, Erlx. Fourth Row: Linrlstrnm, llarnhart. XYickQ. llartee. Lurimer. Dulxluern:-rm. Petree. Cliwwen. Minick, Kolxr. U'Shea. XYells. Thorne, Girls Give Club-Eigbfb Period Firit Row: Fulton. Flay. Mrs. Hartle. Thatcher. NYilly. Scliwirier, Piper, Stanfhury. NY:ir1'len. MacGregor. Evans, Sandeen, Handlrury. Harekey. Second Row: Bradley. Scott, VN'itt, Hough. Hunter. O'Shea. Meyer. Minick, firuener, NYnrrell, Trowlpridilv. Smith, XYorrell, NVats0n. Blooniquist. Nielson. Schmitt. Mcllrath, Hefferon. Uault. Third Row: Fritsch. Doerr. Morgan, Hall. Delluekelier. Freeman, Stanshury. Hendrickson, Sauer. Pullnr, Heuhner. Baird, Hnchfeldt, Stone. Farrell. Scitz. Rogers, Gallarneau. Dickinson. Minor. Fourth Ruw: Behn. XYhite, Kramer. llriflitlh. Emile. Hutchinf, Lloyd. Turpin, Paddock. MatNeill, Scott, Grindell, Brulral-cer, Baxter, Lindvall. Fifty-Nine 2 N A hx Q. 'NJ Q. 4 Q THE EMPE'H 359 J, if 'H : Q5 'T' E 5 U T o o 'Q 03 Q E 'fl' S : '32 WR ,f we bo L Q E OF 1933 P THE BANDS AND THE ORCHESTRA The Concert Band, the Junior Band, the Girl's Band, and the orchestra are all organizations that Captain Guy Hartle has introduced and developed during the past five years. Last November the Concert Band gave a dance at the 102nd Street Field House. In March it sponsored three one-act plays, "The Maker of Dreams," "Good Morning Teacher," and "The Importance of Being Earnest." Both of these enterprises were very successful. The Concert Band furnished almost all the music for the assemblies this year. For the past four years the band has won the South Section Championship which enabled them to enter the city Hnal contest. The Concert Band sponsored an assembly this semester at which it presented the numbers that it was to play in the city contest. Three of its members placed in the city Instrumental Solo Contest. Jenny Slebos won first place on the cello, Bernard Slebos won second place on the violin, and Percy Haythorne came in third with the bass horn. The Junior Band and the Girl's Band have strongly assisted the Concert Band in all its activities. The Orchestra furnishes the music for our annual opera. Captain Hartle deserves a great deal of credit for producing as fine a group of musicians as were assembled in Empehi's Concert Band which, unfortunately, through some hocus-pocus, failed to score as We thought it should have done. Surly-One ,4 THE EMPEHI Girls Bam! Vin! Ruw: lininlulr. Ih'iixm1. Hctlikr. XY:ullin, Dciwl. .ML-IN. 'I':ilhe1't. Snivck, Slmywe. Cullmn, Svcwiivl Rmv: Hrcwuix Fifkctt, Kii'n1'nwmul. Rzulew.4i:ii1ilvlr, Sntvsk, Ummw. Eiilrnp. Thirrl Rmfw: Ileninicn-. Rulminx. l'l1:uHk. .bln-r. licnrgc. Fulih, XYinter. XYin'st. Olsen. Aiken. Fourth Ruw: l'lnlm-i'w4uul. Hahn. Tillie-. PIIHCYNHII. Rnrlw. Hllvlrzird. Vurtix. Miller. Quinn. junior Band First Row: I'hafTe. Robbins. Ilrmmens, Fickett, XYallin. Brick, Vznilipbell. Muench. Anthony. Hriwarnl, Spiers Sq-cuml Row: Howl. Lnhnmn. furtis Sutek. Smith, Andersmi. Staillc. Entrop. Umww. Radts. Thirml Ruw' Thompson. McNeill. H:umf'r. Hnnmn. Asher. fienrge fuhh. XYinter, Anslcrr-un. Orr, Olsen, Fnurih Row: Smith. Schrc-Ck. Smith. Hurnvir. Blcf'ull1uln. Hawlwr. Pzilrcrnm. Aiken. Thurnally. Rahn. Sixty-Two .fa mgkf OF 19335 fi? 1 First Row: Miss Cundit, Hood. Van Garkarn. Stow. Stevens. 11.1. Ray. Miss Holder. Second Row: Jones. Strobel. R. H:in4llfur5'. Ray. Renevier. Long. Richardson. Dow. Longley. Third Row: Staxislmry Hatfield. Knalie. XYehlmer. Mcfumlrer. Stailelinzui. Caldwell. HZllltlll!ll'B'. Amlci-N..n, GIRL RESERVES FACE LIFE SQUARELY! This last year the Girl Reserves have been trying to face present conditions squarely. They have tried to face not only difficulties of their own club but those of the school and community as a whole. The problem of adjusting their club to accommodate the girls of three shifts re- sulted in an organization consisting of three Girl Reserve clubs, meeting second, ninth, and tenth periods. The triangle system now used in the Morgan Park clubs is the result of careful planning for a more democratic club: with this system in force, every member must belong to a triangle or a committee and share in the program Work of the year. As many girls desire to earn a little extra money-that this year is often badly needed-an Employment Bureau was formed to try to find after-school jobs for girls. The newest aim has been that of providing clothing for needy students, resulting in the Easter Clothes Exchange. The community has been remembered through the Homes at Oak Forest and at 107th and Prospect, both at Christmas and at Easter. The organ- ization welcomes all girls into membership in a friendliness of spirit which promises a good time to any one who will take advantage of the invitation to Join. Siriy-Three 1 swf wwf ,2 - 1 THE EMPEHI First Row: Lnsetf, Rliienholil, Pullar, Farrell, Miss Kurz. Miessler. Renevier. Second Row: Clmrpier. Minuth. Marqiiart. Berggren. Henry. Ewalrl, Bennis. Smeck. Third Row: jolinsuii, Doerr. Zuegel. Lominick, Schwider, XYa!son. Ballard. Fourth Row: Scott, Shiite. Gentleman, Tinjack, blolinson. XYolter, Hartrmov. DANCING CLUB Firsf Smzvxfvr Office Srroud Svmesfer Ruth Potts , Prvsidmf. , ,.,. Lois Miessler Rosemarie Renevier . Vive Prrxidvrzf , . Betty Farrell Frances Hillman Sl't'fl'fllV'-Y. . , . . June Rheinhold Crystal Hammar , Trraxzzrm' . . . . Marie Pullar The aim of the Dancing Club, which was organized several years ago, is to promote enthusiasm for dancing among the girls. All girls who like to dance, and are able to pass the try-outs are eligible for membership. An assembly was given in December, under the direction of Miss Rosalie Kurz, the faculty advisor. Nearly every member in the club took part. Each year, this club plays an important part in the school opera. This year, more than one hundred dancing girls helped to make the opera, "South in Sonora" a success. Szlfty-Four OF 1933 P Morgan Park Lvffvr Girls First Rrmwf Kay. Minnth. Dmninick. Hough, Thatcher. Jones. Misa Uahl. Richardsnn. Rauxch, Ballard. Inlin- aon. Padrlock. Scott. Hochfeldt, Second Rnw: Hemeni. Dow. Turner. Rhienlmld. Hutchins, XYilly. Lydnn. NYhite. Buckley. Uerquist, I1:x1'tml1 M. Davis Schilnanski, Shark, D, Davis, Canfield. XYyngarden. Thiql Row: Hriegwtedt. Hayden. Freeman. O'Tunle. Hcnry, HL-thke. Hanger. liennstt. Hrxndlwnry. ,Xdainwn Hecka. Melanchnk. XYats-m. Huffman, Curtis, Kinney. Fourth Ruw: Yager. Rowe, Clleney, Chacole. Pencc. Hartannv. Renevier, Gr-islie. XX'iqkN, I-fwgilq: Rem. L,Ql,, enthal. Crowley, Alishmise. Usbe rs First Row: Vanderlmurg. G. Landers. Jolnusmi. Simons, Black. D, Evam. R. Evanx Maine-1'. Parrett. Second Ruwi Fowkef. Smith, Gifford. Stokne. Benjamin. E. Jrrhnsmi. Hamilton. Third Row: Fennema, Burris. Noetzsl. Everdinir. Jacobs. Bennett. Mcfnllnni. Chapin. Funrth Row: J, Landers. Simma. Jones. Camit. Baird, G:n'dne1'. Mnrtanpgh. Silly-Fil D llN MlEMORllAM L A ROBERT LOUIS AOSKAD "Who fbrozr and bnzfzcbcd from clime lo vlinze, The herald of a higher race, .AIIII of himself in bigbrr plate, If so be type this work of timcf' -Te II uyxo I1 ROBERT LOUIS AOSKAD will be remembered by those who knew him best for his loyalty, his admiration for the truth, and his unswerving faith. In his home neighborhood he was known as a peace-maker, and at school it was felt that he was possessed of a keen mind. 4 THE EMPEHI Charles Gardener R. O. T. C. The junior Reserve Oflicers Training Corps is a part of the Regular Army Organized Reserves provided for by the National Defense Act, the primary object of which is to provide systematic military training for the purpose of qualifying selected students for appointments as Reserve Officers in the military forces of the United States. A student may elect to take military training instead of physical education in the high school, and receives the same minor credits as given for physical education, with the additional advantage of earning a major credit in Military Science and Tactics, an elective in science. Upon graduation from the high school and entry into a college or university wherein a Senior Unit is maintained this Cadet may enroll in the advanced Course and receive pay from the government for a period of two years, while so serving. Some universities offer free tuition to Cadet Officers in these senior units. Our boys have maintained a high rating of proficiency in the senior units. A Battalion organization is maintained consisting of Headquarters, Com- panies "A,' and "B," and Band, the whole approximating two hundred Cadets. The Principal of the school looks upon the organization as the service organ- ization of the school. It renders such services as: a permanent Usher Force, fwhich functions on all occasions when the auditorium is usedj, a Fire Guard, Traflic Squad, and Hall Guards. Cadets are eligible for promotion to Cadet Corporals in their third semester, for Cadet Sergeants in their fourth semester, Cadet Lieutenants in their fifth semester, Cadet Captains in their sixth semester, and for Cadt Major in the sixth semester providing it be their last semester prior to graduation. Extra classes are maintained for Cadet Officers and Cadet non-commissioned officers wherein they receive extra instruction fitting them for further pro- motions. The R.O.T.C. conducts a school assembly on each Armistice Day and Memorial Day. In addition a Vaudeville show and a Style show are produced each year for the purpose of raising funds to provide various awards, as Medals for Rifle Team, Nearest Cadets, etc. The Beverly Hills Post No. 467, the American Legion and the Lawrence Nl. Ennis Camp No. 79, the Spanish-American War Veterans each make an annual award to the outstanding Cadet officer and the De Wfalt Mechlin Chapter, the Daughters of the American Revolution make an annual award to the outstanding Cadet non-commissioned officer. Six ty-Six OF 1933 P MX mi.: R.O.T.C. Ojicvrs Fir-t Rmvi Taylor. Lzmam. Black. H:u':liuc1', Brewer. Ili-thkfl. Alt. Si111-rua Secoml Rnw: Pmtcr. Ywung. Brown. Dilmx. Gi!,m'u1, XvZlIlXvIlll'i!?I'lIlll1'g. XYr-L-lfcr. Evans. Third Rmv: Dzllmlxtrmn. Mvixter. ,Xxmrlclw-111. Sgt. Pzlrrett. If-huwn. Tmhl. l'1'n1vNer. Pmlixmn Hvm1'q11u1'fr1's Fir-t Row: Hetlake, Rlcixtc-r. Hrexver. lQ:n'4linc1'. U'She:1. Secnml Rmw: Sinwns. Lzunm. Alt. Evans, Black. Drulxlxtr-m. Six ty-Sewer! X! if I N HE EMPEHI . ,Q N! Six ly-Eight First PI61f00lI "A" Co. Secozzd Plafoozz "A" Co. 9 First Platoon "B" Co. Second Platoon "B" Co. Sixty-Nine 1 THE EMPEHI Sm'vnly .,,. 2 , ' " A ' -Q, P+- l 1, Q ' r ' 4 1' -v , lx ,i xt? 'I ,., : , , , . ..AA Q .V V, , , X 72 r- ,N-31' jg , ,.' ' r A I' 4 ' ' -N , sb"'j:I'f ..,4 Rig, -ff :r " ' 2 ,gk g -J M, .,A:-f-:!,.... , 1 . 7 ' Q K . z,,..,,,.- ,. , ., ., ' 3 f' ' x,.' .. ,S s '7 " .W- JTN . Q 'Q I - yQ,.:,f..x' ky -5 .3 - sv M, - ..... 5 I 4 . Wg jx'-mZ1,g'?', x ' z 'i,1'1' 1, 5, ig: 'Q ' b. " Q ' 1 1 Y 'Y ---'iq 'M . - ' ' Jim. mv. '5'w"'H""fW F ' Q 'K A . is ' '- ,5' K' L. 1 K F ' V. ,f l yyl, .X ,fb-X , x r - ,, ..fu.,E, - In V ulnygf ', , Y F'-l:,:Z,,.: J - J' f, f V .1 ' f , .jx W ' " - ' -1'-iqgii N., ' If " 'qaifgvq IPL? '- f, .x ,,, ' ,3. ' b , yi: -'ii A , . .. .. Q, , , - - k 5-i n .f-wie:-1 f A' H 4 lgs x 23"-Ei. 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'rf Cv' Price Barnett Edward Porter Bob Banger Kenneth Thompson Pwm1'i'11t Vin' P1'i'xiilw1f SI't'l'K'lit1l'j' Tl'FtlXIlI'tll' Torch Hi-Y Thirrl Row: Alt, lmtifcy. lYayl:mrl. Iiililffllllilllv liuderyalm. Christie. Lanrlt, D. Carroll, Sc-cvmrl Row: U. Ulxen, 'lllimnpxr-n, YYehiner. Peridleton, Schwarz. XYinsluw, Owles. N. Olsen. First Row: llrick, 1l,K':irrnl1, lizulger, Mr.Di'ummm1rl, llarnett. Porter. Thompkins. Rhienlmld. S01 1-1113 -T140 ,JW 2 OF 1937 65 I 'C' jack Bushnell Xlfillianu W'hyte Donald Mcliinluy Pn'siJwzt Vim' Pwsiilwzt Svfr'1'fary uml Tl'L'zlXIIl'l'l' Senior Hi-Y First Ruw: Carhart, VVhyte. Mr, Schoch, Bushnell. McKinley. McKnigl1l. Ulinxteml. James. Second Row: Ball. Grosscup. Bethl-ce. Dean. Cc-rlette. O'B1eara. Sauer, Ratlue. Third Row: 1lf:arrlilc'y. Kleinmann. VV:-xrk, Hinglizun. Mmiirnian. Rich. Rnge-rm llowlin. Fourth Row: Snyder. Mcflonigal. Rfvlxy. Allen, French, james. Hr-ward. Overnmn. Sfzfeniy-Three THE EMPE fl. JAMU' - . if ,,: I ,Io ae 1 41 A A- u- ' Simrx Hi-Y Ji PUNK Rmx' lilmxmxul. Nlvllrnlvs. lin-ln-r. Nlrxvlll. Inc--lux. Lixlm Nwuwl Rww' llululltull. llxmwn. Urr. Fmngllmxmml, lrlltih, l'cnwn Q Ihn l Huw: Hunt. XYlmc. Mllnnm-. XYIINUU. Slvrlml 1 Plfuf HI-Y I-11 I R wx: Il Smith. I!:u'k1'v. Stcnrlw. Hulk-N. Blu' Spcfht. XXQIYM- Nwfwlnl N-xwi Ifrcl-, lluxllnrll. Kwluy. ilwxlwlzxlw-. linux'-. Snywlrr. 1 llmwl Huw: l.:xkL-. lillucl'-lrlxl. XY4u'nim'I1. lh-nyxnlnxn lm11':u11. uultx -Ixn lmurllm Ruw: Hlllu. l. Slmlh. I.. HIM-11. l'xL'uc. if x I W 'N OF 1933! Billie Jean Xvasliburne M.1rg.1rct Licbentlul Fannie lillcn Hogg Pl'4'sid'i'r1f Vim'-Pf'i'xiif4'l1I SL'1'l'L'fiIl'X NVALTPR XYARK W'll1m'r nf linmn I.l'iI,QllL' Clnfv Or.1fm'1i11l Cimifiwl Dftlllltlfit' C111 Z2 -J' Q 1 L 1 I W "' 'U Fir-I Ruw: lirmvii. llzily. Il-mu. MIG- Hartle. MIN, Kiniilirl. XY1i-liliurne. Liclrentlizil. lli'nii11in'l'Ntc:lI. Hiark. Henrlrickxun. Secunrl Row: Ilnml. linrklizirflt. Hznnnmr. Hayden. Iliingh. Iliiiitm-i'. Hnnillvury. L'ii4lei'wii.iil. 'I'li:xtcliei'. Saudis. NYiIliamf, Hoyle. Thirfl Rfiw: 5lCKl1llIlj, Einvlc. Hutchins. Stow. Ailzniixnii. Riclifii'-lwn. Tally. Menu-i'. Blirwlur. Krichliaum. Carhart. Fourth Row: Phillip. Lzinilcrx. Niretzel. Vhinell. Swann. Niclwlx. Hanger. He-rtwig. I-Inlinziiiii. Dnlilxtroni, Flanagan, Skrentny. llgiult. Svzvfzfy-Fi1'e DEDJICATEION EMJE DEDICATE flyis yearbook fo one zrlyo, fbrozzgly his desire amz' ZL'lllilIglIf'SS fo prorialf' bis SfIllllf'IIIlS willy all flaings bwzvjqcial ana' l'lIjOj'tll7l6' in flaeir lyigb svlyool Iifv, bas c'0-opcwafml zuifb all flac' Classes, ezzvz fo flx C'.X'fClIf of making possibly fbis Amzual. In all SllICl'l'lfY nzay flwsv pagvs llc' a l'l'llZllltlICl' fo him zL'lJ0, zvbile SC'C'lZlIIg fo azvakcvz in our bearfs a refs 11201150 fo ilu' bigbesf amz' flx IIOIJIFSI' iclvals, has af flacf same fimc becffz our vounsfflor, v0mraa'c', ana' frimzcl. In brivf - zu' all likv him! WILLIAM SCI-IOCH 4 THE EMPEHI ulj-Six' Fzlflllfj' Sbou' OF 1933 P OT 'X 'SKAHAS x .fr ixfgfijgi. 1 W fi 'Q ?s. fy '36 SPIIIUSZI Play R.O.T.C. Play 1 0 Sc: rrzlj MJ X -S 5 1 THE EMPEHI Sv: wily-Eight ATHLETICS 4 THE EMPEHI V COACH ROBERT C. ANTONIDES Robert C. Antonides was graduated from Lindblom High School of Chicago. He played football there and was an All-City half-back. He went down to Illinois University where he was a team-mate of "Red Grange." He received his BS. degree there and went to Carbon City High School to coach and teach Science. Four years ago he came to Morgan Park and took over the coaching duties of our football, baseball and Wrestling teams. In those four years he has coached the green and white gridiron eleven to its first city championship. Many of the men on the championship team have played four seasons under his guid- ance and it is a tribute to his coaching ability to have turned out an eleven such as represented Morgan Park last year. Behind his very pleasing exterior lie honesty, sincerity and unquestionable fairness, and his uncompromising attitude, whenever there is any question of right or wrong, has won for him the respect and loyal support of the entire student body, His genial, modest personality has won for him a host of friends. Empehi is indeed very fortunate in having such a capable member included in its coaching statf. lfiglvfj OF 1933 b U' '1- I OUR CHAMPIONSHIP Morgan Park is certainly on the athletic map this year. Our football team completed the league schedule which included Phillips, Calumet, Fenger, and Parker without a defeat. Then after mowing down Schurz in the semi-finals, they pushed Englewood aside and gained the most coveted of Chicago pre- school titles, the Chicago High School Football Championship. This great achievement will remain emblazoned on the minds of every Mor- gan Park student for years to come. The stellar playing and fine sportsmanship displayed by our fellows, together with the wonderful turnouts and the tremen- dous support given to the team by the student body, will long be remembered by loyal Empehites of 1932 and 1933. In all probability many years will elapse before Morgan Park produces an- other championship team. Therefore, we, the staff, take this opportunity to dedicate the sports section of the 1933 Annual to the Chicago High School Football Champions of 1932. Long may their fame endure. May they ever find fortune. And along the paths of later life may they always remember the fall of 1932 and their colossal achievements of that year. May they ever strive to conquer greater heights. All honor to the Morgan Park athlete. Ezglwty-One 4 THE EMPEH1 PRE-SEASON GAMES Morgan Park's grid warriors started off their 1932 Pre-Season schedule with an easy victory over Kankakee in a night game. The score was 6-O but this does not give the Empehites the credit deserved, as they outplayed Kankakee from start to finish. Capt. Dick Bowlin lit the fuse to his sky-rocket of glory by scoring the winning touchdown on a beautiful lateral pass, thrown by "Pee-Wee" Kleinmann. Clyde Pendleton, Morgan Park's famous line buster, lived up to his reputation and "tore the opposing line to shreds" as Bob Christie would say. Taken as a whole the Kankakee game showed the Morgan Park students that great things could be expected from this team which had beaten one of the best elevens in the Suburban League. Morgan Park was without the services of a number of regulars in their second practice game. The game ended in a scoreless tie, although more than once Morgan Park was inches from the goal line. The absence of Capt. Bowlin left the punting duties to Tompkins who performed nobly, and to ,Pendleton was left most of the ball lugging. Once he carried the ball eight times in a row gaining consistently-what more can be said. On October 1 a badly crippled Empehi squad traveled out to Elmhurst where they lost the only tussle of the season by the top-heavy score of 24-0. In this game Tom Tompkins was the only back able to play while Karge, Carroll, Christie, and "I-Ianki' Guderyahn represented the varsity line. The Squad Ei,i1l7f'X-TZLU OF 1933 P OSCAR OLSEN ETOVTMYW TOMPKIN5 GUARD QLJARTE QBACK EARL euoeevamv GUARD Q HALF , ,, CAPT , ELECT WALT ' 1 KLUNMANN FRANK GUDEQYAHN XVENDELL PHILLIPS-CALUMET GAMES XVe started our league season with a bang! Wendell Phillips proved much weaker than anticipated and succumbed to our speedy aggregation, 13-6. Dick Bowlin and Clyde Pentleton began their brilliant career in high school football with stellar offensive play. Dick and Clyde each scored a touchdown. The next Saturday, we engaged Calumet with the odds in our favor, for the Hrst time in three years of league competition. We turned out one of the largest, peppiest, and sportsmanlike crowds Morgan Park has even been able to boast. Empehi was again victorious, 13-O. Capt. Bowlin broke loose for spectacular jaunts throughout the contest. In this game Antonides discovered that he had another backfield ace to rely on with Jack Schwarz, a sophomore line smasher. Schwarz and Kleinmann scored the touchdowns. One of the greatest factors in our victories thus far had been our impenetrable line. The Guderyahn brothers, Earl and Frank, and Oscar Olsen formed the center of this mighty line. Earl Guderyahn was placed on every All-City team. He is a hard charger, good tackler, excellent blocker, and one of the finest guards Empehi has ever produced. Frank Guderyahn. "Hank," excels at center, both on offensive and defence and his passes are invariably accurate. Much is expected from our stalwart captin-elect. Oscar Olsen, "The Terrible Swede," personifies speed, aggressiveness, and power that can't be matched easily. Keep it up "Ole." Tom Tompkins is without a doubt the best quarterback Empehi has ever had. He will take over the punting duties next fall. "Pee-Wee" Kleinmann is a fine ball lugger, blocker, and has no superior at backing up a line. We'll miss him greatly next fall. Eigbly-Three' giflw. M1 JM. TH' 1-JACK Scuwmiz 'ED' all ,Li HALFBACK BOARDHAN Q "F" 'P l v.. Q1 fy ,gy ' Mi , Q, , i, ffTHE EMPEHI ' ' AL WUSKE C END END 40' ED KAIKSE TAC KLE '21 THE FENGER GAME On Qctober 22 Empehi crushed Fenger in a breath-taking game, 25-13. With Capt. Dick Bowlin slipping around the ends and galloping through a broken Held for three touchdowns, Morgan Park set the pace throughout. Antonides' band out-maneuvered, almost at will, a line that in two other league games had held the opposition scoreless. At the half a bafil-ed Fenger team left the field losing 12-0. Fenger started the second half by completing two long passes to score. Morgan Park retaliated, however, and before long Bowlin scored on a fifteen-yard run. Another Fenger touchdown, on a fumble, seem-ed to disturb Bowlin and he returned the kickoff eighty-five yards to score. Bob Christie converted. Bowlin won a place on all the all-city teams, the third all-Chicago Area team, and honorable mention on the all-state. He is one of the best backs ever to be turned out in Chicago. He was Morgan Park's triple threat: passing, kicking, and running us to our first City Championship. Al Wuske, our lanky left end, had the knack of breaking up opponent's plays. He is one of the gamest lads that ever donned a suit. One of the strong linemen on this year's team was Ed Karge, "The Blond Hippo" came through the interference time and again to nail the ball carrier behind the line. It was Ed who was always down Waiting for punts to be caught. He's a sure starter next fall. "Red,' Boardman and jack Schwarz, a junior and sophomore, shared first team positions with a couple of seniors throughout the season. Schwarz was a menace to every line We met. They didn't get around "Red's" end either. These fellows make us hopeful of winning the championship again in 1933. Eiflflfy-Four jlglsf' if I, A' ' ,a X ' L, ff 0 2 OF 1933 D THE PARKER GAME On November S Morgan Park cinched the South Section Championship by outscrambling Parker, 7-0. Morgan Park displayed a poor brand of football, not characteristic of this year's team. The touchdown came in the first quarter when Pendleton plunged over. from the ive-yard line. H Bob Christie was placed on many second all-city teams and was always in the thick of the scrap for Morgan Park. He is a stonewall in any department of the game, His educated toe booted many points after touchdowns, J W, X E .sk ?""'57?a,.,:f serv'-at """ MLiT..".. ' .. i'y:5'i31 Capf. Dick Bozclilz Y B011 Christie H al fback Tack li' Eigbij-Fue 4 MR. XVILLIA M SCHOCH P7'flll'iI7llI 4 THE EMPEHI SCHURZ GAME For the first time in the history of the school, Morgan Park was in the finals for the city football championship. Schurz was trampled under in the semi- finals, 17-0. Although outweighed ten to fifteen pounds per man, our boys completely outclassed Schurz. Pendleton had his day. In the Hrst quarter, he twisted and ran through the highly touted Schurz eleven, seemingly, at will, scoring the first touchdown on a thirty-yard dash. Pentleton wasn't the only star. however. It was "Hank" Guderyahn who drew the first blood when he blocked a Schurz punt so hard it went over the end zone. Later in the game "Hank" blocked another punt. Capt. Bowlin scored on a lateral pass in the fourth quarter and the extra point was good. Pendleton made most of the tackles and most of the gains in this COntCSt. He proved throughout the season that he was the greatest fullback in Chicago. Besides earning a place on the All-City he was one of two Morgan Parkers to make a place on the all-state. It has been said many times that the "Bowlin- Pendletoni' scoring combination, was one of the greatest ever seen in high school football. THE ENGLEXVOOD GAME Empehi has done it at last! On November 19, 1932 Morgan Park's grid men slipped into a city championship over the strong Englewood eleven, 2-0. Since the field was more like an ice skating rink than a gridiron, our speedy aggrega- tion was hampered from opening up to the best of their ability. However it was clearly obvious throughout the game that Morgan Park deserved its title. Eiglrlj'-Six OF 1933 I A . Our line outfought and outclassed the scrappy Englewood line, through which only one touchdown had been made all season. Morgan Park's only score was a safety in the second quarter, the result of the Englewood center delivering the ball over his halfbackls head. In the second half the two teams entered the field wearing gym shoes, much to the amazement of the crowd. Due to the rubber soles the second half was much faster and many threats were made to score. Once Carroll blocked a punt and Karge recovered on the nine yard line but the scoring punch was missing. It was in this game that George Carroll proved to all of us that he was the best end in the city and deserved his place as the only Empehite on the All-Chicago Area team. Carroll was never knocked off hi' feet and the opposition never passed his end. He was the man who blocked out the ever dangerous opposing tackle on the end plays that made Capt. Bowlin famous. Clyde Pendleton was another player .who excelled in the Englewood game having the distinction of being the only back able to gain ground on the icy turf. Carroll and Pendleton were both placed on one of the All-State teams. Gro. Carroll Clydv Pmzrflvfofz Rigb! End Fllllbdfk Eighty-Srzen 4 THE EMPEHI ..- E .5 .L . . 5. is! gif' .Q 'ff .- 5 Yi ii Q "H 'Z-'Q ffl S- jx Xtix .AA HE """ 'W' I, 'Li P- in l f I x 'E gan gi QA, A i 52.6 ' -' '-. - 'U' F sf tai, " r f ff. ' ' ' j s SEZ' NL- vt, THE SECOND TEAM On any football squad there are always the second or third string members who, due to lack of weight or experience do not engage in many games. How- ever these fellows are the backbone of any team. Empehi was blessed with the finest of reserve material. This was one of the principal reasons why Morgan Park earned the city football championship. Pluckiness and persistent effort were employed by Empehiis entire second team. Glenn Pierce was probably the best all-around man on Morgan Parkis pigskin- ners. Since a center is the heart of the team the position should be filled by two men of nearly equal capability. Although efficient in any team position Pierce gave up his desire to become a back and was one of our fighting centers. Joe Couch and "Jud" O'Meara deserve a great deal of commendation for their con- tinual "plugging" throughout the season. They have that fine asset of "never giving up". Dean Corlette was the fastest and one of the hardest players on the field and because of inexperience didn't make much of a name for himself. You will probably hear of Dean in college. Carlyle W'0elfer deserves a great deal of praise for sticking it out for four years. Weight has always been against "Chark". Simmons, Hain, Banger, Owles, and Winslow should all be playing on the first squad next year. Ralph Winslow is expected to fill Bowlinis shoes on the 1933 machine, and there is no reason why Banger shouldn't take Carrollis place on right end. Iilglrly-Eigh! llml lx ,Q n L. x 19335 'A' ,',"' ?, 5:1-pp? ' 'Cyp X- 1 BLEM CLUB W xfiiijff'-1 f'-B -Q,-,W --df' .4 'N-4' Xvinslnw XY'illi.1n1 Brick Oscar Olxcn Pm'viJw1i X'ILL'PIL'XfnlL'71f Yu u'lm'j u11JTn.nl1mr J EIIIIJIUIII Club gy X1 . FJ , Y 7 Inwr R-ml Rrgutln-1'. Yun ,Xlx!xx'e1'p. Ii1I:n'flu1:m. Ilrxuk H Hlwu. XY1+clfc1'. 'l'wI1wk111N. Ham. Uwlcx. L'-'lvl R-ru: IZ-QL-r. Hall. Hu-slcr. k'nrlc!!u. f'H'hfl1". 1':u'x'--Il. Iiimucli Llfllcll, Cllrx-tlc. S1n1n1-nv , , . , , . , . 'I uw. I.:mflI. Iwlnck. Nzmcr. Imtlllvs. lxllcumzum, M--rmzm. U Xlm-am. lxctclmm. Ilurxmt Hull. I furrll Rnw: IQ-11411611-11, 1m1lc1'y:ll1z1. Nu--lux'IwN. Jflnuw. Ixnruw. XXIUIU. bfllwzuv. I-uxhllcll. l.nlxtc1'. N.nMx!1xN. Vlnrce. Su-zu n-. Elgfvlj -Xlnc U 4 EMPEHI l Overman Cotrell, Carroll, Durant. Lidsrcr, Stearns, Snodgrass SWIMMING Swimming teams at Morgan Park have always been considered good, but this year Mr. Maysack has produced the best team that has ever represented our high school. Led on by Warren Overman, Willie Brick, Doug Carroll, Bill Overman, and the Junior Relay Team Empehi won the South Section Championship. Warren Overman is the City Champion in the 100-yard free style. Our junior Relay Team placed third in the City Finals. Doug Carroll placed fourth in the City in the 40-yard free style. Warren Overman finished nearly all the meets with a win in two of the Senior events, the 40-yard and the 100-yard free style. "Butch" is without a doubt the best aquatic star ever turned out at Morgan Park. Much credit is due Mr. Maysack for this splendid team. He has coached Overman and some of the others for four years and is largely responsible for their success. juniors 40 free style Doug Carroll 20.1 100 free style Bill Overman . 60.1 40 back stroke John Stearns 28 40 breast stroke Doug Carroll 29 4-5 Seniors 40 free style Wfarren Cverman 19.02 100 free style NVarren Overman 57 60 back stroke Jack Van Antwerp 39 100 200 Avlllffj' breast stroke free style Bob Gassler Cecil Bothwell .. 1.23 27 N. 1 1 OF 933D " - t, X -Jl,,. U' ,f , MQW , I 6,140 :lx ,. vt a 1- 'Q 1 Ill 5' N f 'nl ig K4 'X - 4 1 X 1 3 ix' N K fx, -.al-7 1 'Ill' L 1 ,S V9 , Q A ff -- w S 5 Z n ' LI fx w. ul . ., ,J A lf I -Y A- "'T4'111DfbT1'4:7:vt!Fg f 1 - by , fx f f-X A J 4, I " E X' ,3JX'P : -. as ' . ' w ww f 1 Y ,A y, .- Wu . JN Q. fed? 'X ' ' Px X ' -rf ' X' 'M .X ...Q ' Qiffi ' A I . 2 "ff U '-'J 1:53 'gQ T'Lf'g f-f' 4 , Jw.: Rf H V 1' ct.. 3, .gb ,jg-,N as Q35 iia,.x1Q.a Ts. A - 4, - .. ' .5 .,-ve L i P ai Y Q 0 K aw we. 1 - '95 -1 'X lxluz Wl't'Sf1ilIl Tcvznz OF1933 r c f BASEBALL TEAM . Morgan Park has an excellent cast of ball players making up the 1933 team, and at the time this book goes to press, it looks as if we were headed for the south section crown. , Our veteran outfield with the slugging "Chuck" Boyer in centerlfield, Kes- ton Narbutas in right field and Clyde Pendleton, our All-State fullback last fall, in left field is responsible for about 7552 of the team's hits. Our infield with the exception of Jim Moorman is composed of newcomers who will un- doubtedly gain experience as the season progresses. Harry Reuther who won three out of four games pitched last season will' be back again this year and we expect great things from him, especially, when Howell McAfee, Uthe little pep dynamo" of the squad, is behind the bat. Coach Antonides has produced the city championship team in football and his wrestlers won third place in the city, so you can't blame Antonides if we don't come through in baseball. THE WRESTLING TEAM Our wrestling team completed a very successful season, winning south sec- tion title and going on to place third in the city finals. One third of Morgan Park's Wrestlers who entered the eighth Annual inter- scholastic wrestling meet emerged with an honor of some degree. Oscar Olsen, "The Terrible Sweden, brought home a second place in the 165 lb. division. "Gus" Borneman Won a third in the 145 lb. division. Wilz grappled to a fourth place in the 190 lb. division. After losing his first bout Sandrok came back to place second in the 145 lb. class. Ninefy-Three THE EMPE Bfzskrffn Hr ics, Li QE


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