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

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HE HAS PASSED THE TESTS OF ALL HIS SEVEREST CRITICS, YOUNG AND OLD, AND HAS WON THEIR ADMIRATION BY HIS EXECUTIVE ABILITY, FRIENDLINESS, WISE COUNSEL AND DEMO- CRATIC SPIRIT. MAY THESE PAGES BE A RE- MINDER OP OUR NEW LEADER WHO HAS DEDICATED HIMSELF TO THE ADVANCEMENT OF EMPEHI AND WHOSE IDEALS HAVE INSPIRED US TO STRIVE POR AN ERA OF GREATER DIS- TINCTION .... HARRY T. BAKER GECDRGE G. LCDRENTZ CONTENTS DEDICATICN ADMINISTRATICN SENICRS ACTIVITIES ATHLETICS EEATURES ADVERTISEMENTS ENGLISH Alma E. Bauman Genevieve M. Brook Mildred l. Collins Lillian Condit Mary Ellen Dwyer Beulah L. Kemp lrma S. Kimmel Elsie R. Larson Mary G. Livingston Annie M. Manz Mary G. Nealon Nell W. Reeser Viola Soderstrom Margaret E. Sturgeon Valerie L. White LANGUAGE Marie Bellinghausen Margaret Brown Meroe Conlan Harriet A. Hecht Mary F. Holland Beulah L. Kemp Cora E. Petty Valerie L. White HISTORY Genevieve M. Brook Anna I. Callahan Loretto R. Delahunt Edward I. Meyers Bertha A. Miller Mary E. Thompson Mabel M. Wilson CIVICS Edward I. Meyers Eugenie Mackin SCIENCE Lucy B. Babcock Bessie B. Bell Charles Q. Drummond I. Athena Fischer A. Royal Gay Harriet M. Gorman Lewis L. Hall Marie E. Hoyler W. P. Klingensmith Genevieve Monsch Thomas P. Roberts Viola Soderstrom Faculty MATRON Marsha Pheiifer R. 0. T. C. Sergeant Dignan, Deceased Sergeant Parrett LUNCH ROOM Mrs. Young 181 MATHEMATICS Richard S. Beardsley Charles Q. Drummond Marie E. Hoyler W. P. Klingensmith Iane Milton Ethel R. O'Connor lohn R. Specht Laura Walter Lillian Weislander COMMERCIAL William B. Calkins Dorothy H. Cella Irma S. Kimmel Celia F. Merry Mary D. Rogers Katherine H. Sands Ruth E. Schachtlie Viola Soderstrom Mabel M. Wilson ART George Grashoff Edna B. Hotchkiss W. P. Klingensmith Lawrence E. Olsen Claribel M. Sheehy Bessie H. Weber MUSIC Laura E. Dole Bernice B. Hartle Guy D. Hartle PHYSICAL EDUCAT Robert C. Antonides I. M. Gahl Rosalie C. Kurz Robert E. Maysack Thomas P. Roberts Richard Tweedie HOUSEHOLD ARTS I. Athena Fischer Bessie H Weber SHOP Curtis A. Hunter LIBRARIAN Evangeline Hibbard CLERKS Anne McNally Irene Dobski Helen E. Greenfield A E E' T ION I N N x , 1 x 1 , Q H . E 2 5' Q K 1 'Q M' A ,LW iv, . '- M , V ' L. A ,, H-We QS S ., M ,. J Q? eiw, 1, 1.5 v S W A W M W 1, My Y? 4 1. ff 1 fllgi-,Z-,Y nm , 1 A A ,Q f w533xi1fv:L+,+1-1- - wH,:.M,..:f -- ff Qwiazf J? ig 7 32.12 , g :eg fg W Y Q February The February class of '36 set a precedent which classes will probably try to copy tor years to come. The Senior prom was held away from the Ridge tor the tirst time in the history ot the school. On Tuesday, lanuary 28, about 350 students gathered in the main ballroom of the Lake Shore Athletic Club to dance to the music of Emil Flindt's orches- tra. This turnout was in marked contrast to the predictions made tor a dance so tar away. The method ot selling bids was also unique, tor they were bought before the place and band were determined. The plan was devised by Bud l-lettley, chairman ct the Prom committee, which included Ruth Dillman, Anita Goss, lohn Stearns, Bud Owles, and Carl Scheussler. The gift, part ot the money necessary to buy a new rug for Principal Baker's ottice, was chosen by a committee headed by Adele Palmer. Ruth Asher and a group ot helpers took charge ot the ring problem. Announcements were ordered and distrib- uted by Mary lane Horton and her assist- ants. ln charge ot the Commencement pro- gram was Bill Webbe. The Senior assembly was planned by Bill Overman and David Wylie. The Social committee was under the direction ot Maurine Carrell, vice-president of the class, and Iohn Houseman, treasurer, did the worrying about the budget. The other officers were Arthur Iohnson, president, and Cathryn Williams, secretary. Arthur Iohnson was also Valedictorian. Class day, climaxed by a social in which the costumes were supposed to imitate those worn to Barn dances, ended a week of cele- bration which was to change to sorrow grad- uation day when the students realized that they had completed their stay at Empehi. 1151 Who s Who, February Here's the oustanding man of the Febru- ary class. Senior president, Arthur Iohnsen, finished Morgan Park with rnost of the ma- jor offices of the school. Worked up through the line in the B.O.T.C. to commanding offi- cer and Lieutenant Colonel on the Brigade staff. Distinguished himself in scholarship as president of Tau Epsilon and as valedic- torian. All this he accomplished in charac- teristic quiet Without making an enemy, Camera in hand, Cathryn Williams "snapped" her way through Empehi. Started with a kodak and an enthusiasm for the beautiful, became Camera Club president, Morgan Park's cutest girl and one of the first ten in her class. Likes to pace the sideline during a football game and catch the team in an unusual play. Plays the violin to round out her cultural training. Voted the most popular girl in the senior class, Maurine Carrell, active and musical, has made herself known through a wealth of interests. Firmly established as a dancer by her second year, she went ahead into the Girls' G-lee Club and on to the Board of Con- trol through her leadership in these organ- izations. Her part in the Senior play will not be forgotten. An unusual combination of athlete and student is Bill Webbe. Started his career in his first year as a football player and fin- ished on the first string as left halfback. During last two years he really broadened out. Became a singer, swimmer and secre- tary of the Student Assocation. Bill was ac- tive in his fourth year on many committees. Remembered for his courtesy and charm. 1161 Best Looking Girl. Best Looking Boy. Most Popular Girl. Most Popular Boy. Best Girl Dancer.. Best Boy Dancer.. Girl with Best Line l-lall ot Fame 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 Most Most Most Bashful Boy Hungriest Girl . . . Hungriest Boy . . . Best Athlete Girl Best Athlete Boy . Best Couple ..... Cutest Girl . . . Class Bum .... Digniiied Girl ............... . . . Dignified Boy ..... ..... Bashful Girl ..... . ..................... . .Maurine Carrell . . . .Vincent Owles .Cathryn Williams . . . . .Earle Hettley . Genevieve Bartosh . . . . .Herbert Wall .Mary lane Horton . . .William Webbe . . . .Betty Buckley . . .William Webbe . . .Lenore Trowitch . . . .Earl Heftley .. . . . . .Ruth Asher . Harold McCullagh . . . . . .Ruth Nelson .William Overman . . . .Alyce Kuehne Harold McCullagh . . . . . .Buth Kuning . . .Laurence Olsen Dorothy Dykeman . . . .Carl Anderson Genevieve Bartosh . . . .Vincent Owles .. . .Charlotte Swanson and Arthur lohnsen 1171 Cathryn Williams Thomas Gainer CARL ANDERSON S. A.7 Baseball 3, 4, Capt. 47 Emblem Club 3, 47 Business Rep- resentative 4. Mt. Greenwood Illinois RUTH ASHER S. A.7 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 47 Commercial Club 2, 3, 47 Literary Club 3, 4, Pres. 47 Pep Com- mittee 47 Board of Control 47 Student Council 27 Room Officer l, 2, 3, 47 Latin Club 37 News Staff 2, 3, 47 Band 3. Central Park M. P. Ir. College FREDERICK BALDWIN S. .A.7 Swimming Team l, 2, 3, 4, Capt. 2, 47 Room Officer l, 2, 37 Emblem Club 2, 3, 47 Student Court Inspector 4. Arlington ' Texas I x 4.. A X .+ -5 J 1, -4 XGENEVIEVE BARTOSH S. A.7 Commercial Club l, 2, 3, 47 Literary Club 47 Emblem Club 47 News Staff 47 Volleyball 2, 3, 4, Capt. 47 Basketball l, 2, 3, Capt. 3. Mt. Vernon Englewood Bus. IACK BEAVAN S. A. Mt. Greenwood Illinois ELIZABETH COLEY S. A.7 Basketball. Thorp Wilberforce WILLIAM BRUBAKER S. A.7 Glee Club 47 A Cappella Chorus 47 Stage Crew 2, 37 Photo Staff 3, 47 Aero Club l. Clissold Undecided BETTY BUCKLEY S. A.7 Room Officer 4. Hastings-on-Hudson DePauw MAURINE CARRELL S. A.7 Glee Club 3, 4, Officer 3, 47 Dancing Club l, 2, 3, 4, Vice- Pres.7 Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 47 Board of Control 47 Room Officer Z, 3, 47 Pep Committee 47 Student Court 47 French Club Z, 37 Emblem Club 3, 4. Clissold Texas State LOIS CASE S. A.7 French Club 27 Dramatic Club 3, 47 Band 2, 37 Girl Re- serves l, 2, 4. Vanderpoel Illinois EDITH CLARKE S. A.7 Tau Epsilon Z, 3, 47 Glee Club 37 Zoology Club: Dramatic Club 3, 4, Treas. 47 Girl Reserves 3, 4, Secy. 47 Room Officer 27 Emblem Club 3, 47 Student Coun- cil 2. Sutherland Undecided DAISY BLACK S. A.7 Basketball 27 Volleyball 3. Shoop Englewood Bus. RUTH COUSLAND S. A.7 Tau Epsilon l7 Spanish Club 2, 3, 47 Girl Reserves 47 Emblem Club 3, 4. Fort Dearborn South Side Ir. CHARLES CRAWFORD S. A.7 Botany Club 27 Spanish Club 3. M. P. M. A. Bryant-Stratton BYRON CROSMAN S. A., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Swimming Team l, 2, R. O. T. C. l, 2, 3, 4, Emblem Club 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Financial Committee 4, Student Council l, 2, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Bus. Rep. 3, Officers Club 4, Pep Committee 2. Clissold Brown MARY EMILY CURTIS S. A., Senior Band l, Z, 3, Bus- iness Staff 4, Room Officer 4. Vanderpoel Minnesota GEORGE CURTIS S. A., Cheerleader l, 2, 3, 4, Capt. 4, Room Officer l, Busi- ness Staff 3. Barnard Blackburn Ir. College RUTH DILLMAN S. A., Quilpen 3, 4, Treas. 4, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4, Room Officer Z, 3, News Staff 2, 3, Zoology Club 2, Tau Epsilon l, 2. 3, 4. Sutherland Michigan BERNARD DONLAN S. A., Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Aero Club l, Senior Nominat- ing Committee 4, News Staff 4, Annual Staff 4, Wrestling l, Football 2, 3, Room Officer l. Tilden Tech. Undecided DOROTHY DYKEMAN S. A., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves 3, 4, Zoology Club 2, 3, Annual Staff 3, Latin Club 4, Sales Committee 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Pres. 4, Board of Corz- trol 4. Sutherland Chicaqu GROVER ELMORE S. A., Bus. Rep. 3, Student Council, Basketball 4. Sutherland Denison HARRIET FALK S. A., Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Room Officer 2, 3, News Staff 4, Literary Club 4, Emblem Club 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, Student Council 3. Esmond Englewood Bus. HELEN PENN S. A., Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Zoology Club 2. Vanderpoel Knox IEAN FICKETT S. A., Tau Epsilon 2, 3, Girl Reserves 2, 4, Emblem Club, Room Officer l, 2, 3, Student Council 2. Barnard Illinois ROBERT FUNK S. A., Glee Club 4, Interclass Baseball l, 2, Room Officer. St. Margaret's Loyola PETER GEROLD S. A., Glee Club 3. Mt. Greenwood Armour Tech. PAUL GOVEDARE S. A., Football l, 2, 3, 4, Cap- tain 4, Emblem Club 3, 4. Vanderpoel Illinois DELLA GREGG S. A., Volleyball, Room Offt- cer l, 2, Student Council l, 2, Emblem Club, Botany Club. Sutherland Illinois RICHARD GRINNDAL S. A.: Wrestling 47 Emblem Club 4: Spanish Club 1, 2: Football l, 2: Zoology Club 2: Tau Epsilon 4. Vanderpoel Undecided CHRISTENA HALL S. A.: Business Representative 3. Highland Ir. Art Institute HELEN HARTMAN S. A.: Girl Reserves 4: Literary Club 4. Barnard Moser Bus. College BERTALEE HAYES S. A.: Volleyball 2. Shoop Illinois EARL HEPFLEY S, A.: Executive Committee 4: Student Council 2, 3, 47 Board of Control 3, 47 Pep Committee l, 2, 3, 4, Chairman 4: Social Com- mittee l, 2, 3, 4: Orchestra l, 2, 37 Tau Epsilon I7 Swimming 47 Hi-Y 3, 4. Sutherland Illinois ROBERTA HENDERSON S. A.: Glee Club 2, 4: Botany Club 27 Girl Reserves l, Z, 3, 4: Spanish Club 3, 4. Vanderpoel Illinois MARTHA HEWES S. A.: Botany Club 2: Tau Ep- silon l, 2, 37 Girl Reserves 4: Dramatic Club 4, Secretary 4: Glee Club 3, 4. Clissold M. P. Ir. College HELEN HOOPER S. A.: Ouilpen l, 2, 3, 47 Board of Control 4: Dancing Club 2, 3: Emblem Club 3, 4: Tau Epsilon 2, 37 Annual Staff 3: Spanish Club 3. Vanderpoel Carle-ton MARY IANE I-IORTON S. A.: Senior Council: Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 47 Pep Com- mittee 4: Board of Control 4: Stu- dent Council 2, 37 Zoology Club 37 Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 2, Treas. 4: Room Officer 3, 3, 4: Emblem Club 3, 47 Tau Ep- fzilon 3. Sutherland Knox IOHN HOUSMAN S. A.: Senior Class Officer: Wrestling 2, 3, 4: Swimming I, 3, 4: Emblem Club 3, 4: Zoology Club 2: Room Officer 4. Fernwood Armour Tech ARTHUR IOHNSEN S. A.: R. O. T. C. I, 2, 3, 47 Room Officer l, 2: Tau Epsilon l., 2, 3, 4: Officers Club 3, 4: Room Officer 4: Swimming 2. Sutherland Wheaton College HELEN IOHNSON S. A.: Girl Reserves l: Botany Club 2: Tau Epsilon 2, 37 Span- ish Club 4. Vanderpoel Illinois IEROME IOHNSON S. A. Clissold Undecided MILDRED IOHNSON S. A.: Basketball 3: Volleyball 3. Arbor Park Undecided HELEN KERNS S. A. St. Christopher Undecided VIRGINIA KERRIGAN S. A.7 Literary Club 3, 4, Sec'y 47 Room Officer 3, 47 Student Council 47 Volleyball 3, 47 Com- mercial Club 2, 3, 47 News Staff 3, 47 Dramatic Club 3, 4. Barnard Illinois EDWIN KOSEL S. A.7 Basketball 3, 47 Baseball 4: R. O. T. C. I, 2. Fort Dearborn Illinois ALYCE KUEHNE S. A.7 Tau Epsilon 47 Girl Re- serves 4. Clissold Illinois RUTH KUNING S. A.7 Glee Club 3, 47 Girl Re- serves 2, 47 Botany Club 2. Clissold Undecided IOHN LA BARRE S. A.7 News Staff 3, 4. Fort Dearborn Undecided HELEN LOSEFF S. A.7 Botany Club 27 Girl Re- serves I, 2, 3, 47 French Club 27 Dramatic Club 3, 47 Emblem Club 3, 47 Room Officer 27 Ouilpen 4. Vanclerpoel Illinois CECILE LOTKO S. A.7 Tau Epsilon 3, 47 News Staff 4. Aquinas High Undecided HAROLD MCCULLAGH S. A.7 Tau Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4: Zoology Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 47 Student Council I. Esmond M. P. Ir. College CHRISTINE MEI-ILAN S. A.7 Literary Club 47 Room Officer I, 2, 3, 4. Barnard Englewood Bus. FRED MERCER S. A. Bucks, England Columbia CARL MIES S. A.7 R. O. T. C. Band I, 2, 37 Concert Band I, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 47 Dramatic Club 3, 4, Vice Pres. 47 Zoology Club 2, 37 Spanish Club O Sutherland Morgan MARTIN MORROW S. A.7 Glee Club 2, 3, 47 Bas- ketball 2, 3, 47 Tennis 37 Baseball 3, 47 Cheerleader I, 2, 37 Room Officer I, 2. Sutherland Texas RUTH NELSON S. A.7 Volleyball 47 Commer- cial Club 3, 47 Literary Club 47 Business Representative 27 News Staff 4j Basketball 3. Mt. Vernon Englewood Bus. HARRY NICHOLSON S. A., R. O. T. C. l, 2, Usher Force 3, Room Officer 2, 3, Bas- ketball 3, Commercial Club l, 2, 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4, Treas. 3. Midlothian Illinois WILLIAM NORTH S. A., Wrestling l, 2, Class Officer l, 2. Sutherland Michigan KATHRYN OLDACRE S. A.: Concert Band 3, 4, Zo- ology Club 2. Sutherland DePauw LAURENCE OLSEN S. A. Vanderpoel DePauw WILLIAM OVERMAN S. A., Executive Committee, Chairman Student Court 4, Hi- Y I, 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Treas. 3, Emblem Club l, 2, 3, 4, Swim- ming I, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Pep Committee 3, Financial Com- mittee 3, Student Council l, 2, 3, 4, Social Committee 4. Fort Dearborn Illinois VINCENT OWLES S. A., Tau Epsilon l, 3, Em- blem Club 3, 4, Wrestling I, 2, 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Hi-Y 3, 4, Swimming I, 2, 3, Stu- dent Council 3, 4. Barnard Notre Dame ADELE PALMER S. A., Tau Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 4, Senior Council 4, Student Council 2, 3, Ouilpen 3, 4, Vice Pres. 4, Girl Reserves 4. Barnard Illinois BEVERLY PARNESS S. A., Glee Club 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Girl Reserves 4, Volleyball l, 2, 4, Emblem Club 4. Clifton Hill Illinois PI-IYLLIS PARSONS S. A., Girl Reserves l, 4, Glee Club 4, Senior Council 4, Cam- era Club 4, Emblem Club 4. Vanderpoel Minnesota WILLIAM PIERCE S. A., Room Officer l, 3, 4, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Emblem Club 3, 4, Sec'y 4. Mt. Vernon Chicago ROBERT RAUCH S. A., Room Officer l. Fort Dearborn Indiana DONALD RICH S. A., Emblem Club 2, 3, 4, Football I, 2, 3. Esmond Illinois IO!-IN ROBY S. A., Football 2, 3, 4, French Club 2, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Pep Committee 3, Room Officer l, 3, Student Court 4. Sutherland Michigan IOHN RODERMAN S. A., Stage Crew l, 2, Glee Club 3, R. O. T. C. 2, 3, 4. St. Barnabas S. California IEANETTE ROWE S. A.5 Girl Reserves lg Botany Club 25 Tau Epsilon 3, 45 Span- ish Club 4. Vanderpoel Stephens ELEANOR SANDEEN S. A.5 Glee Club 3, 45 Iazz Orchestra 45 Room Officer 25 Emblem Club 3. Arbor Park Wartburg GERHARDT SAUERMANN S. A.5 Room Officer 25 Glee Club 3, 4, Officer 45 Dramatic Club, Vice Pres. 4. Sutherland Armour Tech. ALFRED SCHICKLING S. A.5 R. O. T. C. I, 2, 3, 4, Officers' Club 45 Tennis 4. Fort Dearborn Fox Bus. PEARL SCHREIBER S. A.5 Volleyball5 Spanish Club 3, 4, Vice Pres. 45 Emblem Club. Hubbard Iunior Undecided CARL SCHUESSLER S. A.5 Senior Council 45 Zool- ogy Club 2, 35 Business Staff 2. Sutherland Illinois LOWELL SMITH S. A.5 R. O. T. C. 1, 25 Con- cert Band 2, 3, 45 Orch. 35 Usher Force l, 25 Iazz Orch. 3, 45 Foot- ball 2, 35 Room Officer 3, 45 Hi- Y 4. MARIAN SMITH S. A.5 Room Officer l5 Botany Club 25 Bus. Rep. 35 Ouilpen 2, 3, 4, Officer 35 Spanish Club 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Tau Ep- silon I, 2, 3, 45 News Staff 4. Clissold Texas RALPH SNYDER S. A.5 R. O. T. C. l, 25 Basket- ball 2, 3, 45 Band I, 2, 35 Swim- ming 2, 3, 45 Room Officer 4. Barnard Illinois ELI SOCOLOFF S. A.5 Glee Club 3, 45 A Cap- pella Chorus 3, 45 French Club 25 Stamp and Coin Club 45 Fenc- ing Club 4. Eugene Field Chicago IOI-IN STEARNS S. A.5 Secretary 45 Executive Committee 45 Swimming I, Z, 3, 45 Football 35 Emblem l, 2,,3, 45 Pep Committee 3, 45 Hi-Y 3, 45 3A Class Pres.5 4B Class Pres,5 Student Council l, 2, 3, 45 Board of Control 4. Vanderpoel Illinois RUTH STONEHOUSE S. A.5 News Staff 3, 4. Harper Ir. Undecided CHARLOTTE SWANSON S. A.5 Zoology Club 45 Spanish Club 3, 4, Vice Pres. Clissold Undecided LENORE TROWITCH S. A.5 Band 3, 45 News Staff 45 Literary Club 45 Room Officer. Clissold Englewood Business DAVID VANDER PLOEG S. A.: Glee Club 3, 4: A Cap- pella Chorus 3, 4: Bus. Rep. 2, 3: Zoology Club 2, 4. Fernwood Chicago Ir. College RYLAND WAKELY S. A.: Football 3, 4: Emblem Club 3, 4. Fort Dearborn Undecided ALFANEY WALKER S. A.: Glee Club 4: Basketball 3: Volleyball 3. Shoop Wilberforce HERBERT WALL S. A.: Football 2, 3, 4: Emblem Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 3: Room Of- ficer 2, 3, 4: Student Council 3: Board of Control 3: Annual Staff 3. St. Ethelreda Montana RALPH WALTER S. A.: Room Officer 4: Cheer- leader 3, 4. Mt. Vernon Undecided WILLIAM WEBBE S. A.: Secretary: Football l, 2, 3, 4: Swimming 3, 4: Emblem Club 4: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4: Glee Club 4: Pep Committee 3, 4: Social Committee 4: Board of Control 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4, Sutherland Princeton DOROTI-IEA YORK VIRGINIA WESTLUND S.A.: Girl Reserves l: Literary Club 3, 4: Commercial Club 4: Emblem Club 4. Barnard Undecided CATI-IRYN WILLIAMS S, A.: Photo Staff 3, 4: Camera Club 4, Pres. 4: Orch. I, Z, 3: Girl Reserves l, 2, 4: Tau Epsi- lon l, 2, 3, 4: Room Officer l, 2, 3, 4: Emblem Club 3, 4: Student Council 4: Board of Control 4. Sutherland Rockford ERWIN WILZ S. A.: Wrestling l, 2, 3, 4: Emblem Club 2, 3, 4: R. O. T, C. l, 2: Student Council 4. Fort Dearborn Ohio State NOBLE WOOD S. A. IRENE WOS S. A.: Commercial Club 3, 4. Undecided VIRGINIA WURST S. A.: Ir. Band l: Concert Band 2, 3, 4: Orch. 4: Iazz Orch. 4: Commercial Club 3, 4: News Staff 4. Vanderpoel Undecided S. A.: Girl Reserves l: Ouilpen 3, 4. Marquette Undecided WESLEY ANDERSON Calumet Fox Secretari al IOSEPI-I BARLOW S. A., R. O. T. C. 2, 31 Zoology Club 27 Baseball. Shoop South Side Ir. RICHARD BARZ S. A. Esmond Chicago ABEL DEHAAN S. A., Baseball 3- Mt. Vernon ' riunois THOMAS GAINER S. A., Emblem Club 3, 4, Bas- keiball 3, 41 Baseball 47 Room Officer. Si. Barnabas Notre Dame ANITA GOSS Oglesby Illinois DAVID WYLIE VAL IOHNSON S. A., R. O. T. C. l, 2, 3, 4. Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Junior Band l, 2, Iazz Orchesira l. Shoop Chicago Ir. College WILLIAM LOBEN S. A.g Tau Epsilon 1, 2, Ten- nis 4. Mt. Vernon Armour Tech. BRUCE RUSSELL S. A., Concert Band 1, 2, 3, 47 R. O. T. C. l, 2, Room Offi- cer l, 2. Vanderpoel Undecided CHARLES SCHWICKRATH S. A., Glee Club 3, 4. f St. Leo Undecided RUSSELL SNIP S. A., Glee Club 47 R. O. T. C. 3, 4, Concert Band 3, 4, Pep Commiiiee 3. Oak Park M. P. Ir. College ROBERT THOMPSON S. A., Glee Club 4, Baseball 45 Emblem Club 45 Siudeni Council. Arlington Illinois S. A., Wresiling 25 News Staff 2, 3, 4, Art Editor 3, 4, Annual Staff 3, 4, Art Ediior 3, 4. Vanderpoel Illinois 1251 l-lall ot Fame Best Looking Girl .... Best Looking Boy .... 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 ..... 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 ............ Most Digniiied Boy . .. Most Bashtul Girl . .. Most Bashful Boy .... Hungriest Girl .. Hungriest Boy .... Best Athlete Girl .... Best Athlete Boy Best Couple .....,.. Cutest Girl .... Class Bum .... ........Mary lane Ray . . . .Robert CBusl Anderson . . . . .LaVerne Wehrwein . . . . . .Iames Tredup .....Iean Daly . . . .Orton Alkire . . . .lean Iacolo . . . . . .Orton Alkire . . . . .Winitred lohnson . . . .Allen Cunningham . . . .Eleanor Longley . . . . . .Robert Hodson . . . . .lane Ann Vaupel .. . . . . . .Iames Tredup . . . . .LaVerne Wehrwein . . . . . . .Harry Benner . . . . .lessie McCurnber . . . . .Allen Cunningham . . . .Gertrude Keisler . . . .Arthur Smyly . . . . Sue Barclay . . . . . . .Frank Ierome . . . . . . . .Dorothy Gramberg ..... . . . .... .Charles Moorrnan Bettie Fairbank-Arthur Pope .................Beverly Dick . . . . .Kirk Tally l une All the business of the graduating class of lune '36 was handled by an efficient quar- tette of officers, led by Iames Tredup, class president. To him Went the responsibility of the appointment of senior committees and the directing and supervising of the many senior activities. ln this task he was aided by Robert Anderson, vice-president of the class. lean Daly as secretary was the de- pendable keeper of records which contrib- uted greatly to the smooth running class machinery. To George Flagler, class treas- urer, Went the ever difficult task of the preparation of the budget. One of the outstanding achievements of the class was the Senior prom which was presented outside of the neighborhood for the first time. The social committee Was under the direction of led Mattson and pre- pared the Senior social. The chairmanship of the committee on commencement arrange- ments was given to Margaret Standerline. The preparation of the Senior play was taken over by Paul Henderson and Gordon Crowder together with all the amateur thes- pians of the class. The arrangements for ring orders were handled for the class by Roger Anderson and his committee. This year the Senior class was given the oppor- tunity to buy rings in the 4B semester so they could Wear them during their senior days. This proved to be very popular. The head of the committee on announcements this year Was Marjorie Holmes. She and her committee arranged for the choice and obtaining of commencement announce- ments for all who desired them. Allen Cun- ningham led the committee Whose duty it was to choose the Senior class gift. 1271 Who s Who-l une He's Empehi's dark horse in the lune class race for popularity. Very few come up so fast from comparative obscurity. lames Tre- dup is one who did. Clothed in modesty and quiet, he directs the business of the Senior class, the Student Court, and the Latin Club. Not a few know the power he has given the Student Court inspectors in their fight for respect. Plays ping pong as a diversion and an outlet. A good mixer is Sue Barclay, who has fitted herself into four committees and the second vice-presidency of the Student Asso- ciation. Likes to take an active part in many things. Has equipped herself to lead through the chairmanship of the Activity committee, the Social committee, and the Sophomore class. An honor student for four years and a spirited member of the Executive com- mittee. Betty Conwell is a born chairman. One of those people who comes to mind when- ever a leader is being selected. Guides the Board of Control in her silent style in the same way she handles room business. With very little stir has controlled Girl Reserves' money, a place on the Student Council for three years, and the first vice-presidency of the Student Association. Persuades clubs to outdo themselves in assemblies. Gifted with an inexhaustible supply of energy, Roger Anderson has managed to squeeze a surprising amount of activity into his three years at Morgan Park. Snatched bits of journalism, singing, and studying be- tween football games and wrestling matches. Worked up from reporter to associate editor on the Empehi News and to executive on the Annual staff. Very few couple athletic and scholastic endeavors. Roger is one who did. 1281 ALTI-IEA AIKEN S. A., Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves 3, Orchestra l, 4, Em- blem Club 3. ORTON ALKIRE S. A., Basketball 3, 4, Em- blem Club 3, 4, Zoology Club 2, Social Committee 3, 4, Room Officer 3, Pep Committee 3, 4. Bryn Mawr Undecided ARTHUR ANDERSON S. A., Band 2, 3, 4, R. O. T. C. 3, 4, Spanish Club 2. Esmond Undecided EDWARD ANDERSON S. A., Wrestling 3, 4, Band 2, Latin Club 3, News Staff 3, Annual Staff 3, Football l. Monroe University of Chicago ROBERT ANDERSON S. A., Room Officer l, 2, 3, 4, R. O. T. C. 2, 3, Swimming Team 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4. Sutherland Ryan Air School IOHN ANDERSON S. A., Swimming Team 2, 3, 4, Room Officer 1, 2, 4. Sutherland Denison ROGER ANDERSON S. A., Football 2, 3, 4, Em- blem Club 3, 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Sec'y 3, Wrestling 4, News Staff 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, I-Ii-Y 3, 4, Board of Control 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Pres. 4, Glee Club 3, 4, A Cappella 3, 4, Student Court 4, Pep"Com- mittee 4, Financial Committee 4. Parker Ir. Yale HELEN ANGSTROM S. A., Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Span- ish Club 2, 3, Zoology Club 3, Girl Reserves I, 2, Dramatic Club 4. Esmond Morgan Park lr. RUTH ATKINS S. A., Band 3, 4, Orchestra 4, Spanish Club 4, Girl Reserves 4. Esmond Undecided RUTH AYERS S. A., Girl Reserves l, 2, 4, Zoology Club 2, Room Officer l. Sutherland Illinois DOROTHY BAIN S. A. Atkin, Minn. Morgan Park lr. SUZANNE BARCLAY S. A. 2-Vice4President 4, Ac- tivity Chairman 4, Class Oif. 2, Room Officer 3, Student Council 3, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Pep Committee 3, Chairman Social Committee 4, Exec. Comm, 4, Glee Club 3, 4. Clissold Miami ROBERT BARNETT S. A., Band l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Cllub 3, Iazz Orch. 2, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Sec'y. 4, Financial Com- mittee 4, Student Council l, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3. Clissold Arkansas MARY ELIZABETH BEBB S. A., Ouilpen 2, 3, 4, Sec'y. 4, Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, News Staff 3, Bus. Rep. 3, Literary Club 3, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Zoology Club 2, 3, Botany Club 4, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3. Sutherland Chicago W , RAY BECKER S. A.: Commercial Club 47 Emblem Club 47 Basketball Mgr. 4: Track 3, 4. Fort Dearborn Undecided RICHARD BEHRENS S. A.: B. O. T. C. 2, 3, 47 Officers Club 47 Usher Force 2, 3, 4: News Staff 3: Cheer Lead- er 3, 47 Athletic Guard 4. Fort Dearborn Illinois FRANK BENIAMIN S. A.: R. O. T. C. l, 2, 3, 4: Officers Club 4: Class Off. 47 Football l, 2, Mgr. 3, 4: Emblem Club 2, 3, 4: Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Pres. 47 Usher l, 2, 3, 47 Hi-Y 3, 4: Room Officer Z, 37 Student Council 2: Swimming 2: Board of Control 47 lazz Orchestra 3. Barnard Illinois HARRY BENNER S. A., R. O. T. C. l, 2, 3, 4, Officers Club 3, 4: Baseball 2: Usher Force l, 2, 3, 4: Radio Club 2: Rifle Team 4. Clissold West Point GERTRUDE BEN SON S. A,: Girl Reserves l, 2, 3: Girl Reserves l, Glee Club 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3, 47 Botany Club 3, 4. Clissold Minnesota ALBERTHA BIEGEL S. A.: Glee Club 3, 47 A Cap- pella Chorus 3, 4: Girl Reserves 4. Fort Dearborn South Side Ir. WILLIAM BLOOD S. A.: Botany Club 2, 3: Bas- ketball 3, 4. Clissold Armour MARGARET BROWN S. A.: Quilpen 3, 4: Literary Club 3, Vice'-Pres, 37 Glee Club 3: Tau Epsilon 3, 47 Girl Re- serves 3. University Mount Holyoke WALTER BORNEMANN S. A.: Room Chairman 3: Or- chestra 3, 4, Sec'y 3, Pres. 47 lazz Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4: Radio Club 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, Sec'y 3, Pres. 4: R. O. T. C. l, 2: Usher Force 2, 3: Band 1, 2, 3, 4: Commercial Club l: Zoology Club 2: Aero Club 2, 3: Photo Club 3, 4: Board of Control 4. Fort Dearborn Undecided PAUL BROWN S. A.: Basketball 1, 3, 47 Ten- nis 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2: Hi- Y 47 Senior Council 4. Clissold U. of Arizona ROBERT CAMPBELL S. A.: Glee Club 37 A Cappella Chorus 3: R. O. T. C. l, 2, 3, 47 Band 2, 3, 4: Officers Club 4: Room Officer 37 Hi-Y 47 Zoology Club 3: Tau Epsilon 2: Annual Staff 3. Roosevelt Ir. Morgan Pk. Ir. FERN CARLSON S. A.: Room Officer 47 Zoology Club 4. Cook Illinois WILLIAM CARMICHAEL S. A. Tinley Park Hillsdale MILDRED CAZEL S. A.: Dramatic Club 4: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 47 Room Officer 4, Band 2. Fernwood South Side lr. MARCEL LEA COFFEEN S. A. Belmont Ir. Undecided BETTY CONWELL S. A., Vice-Pres. 4: Room Offi- cer l, 2, 3: Student Council l, 2. 3: Board of Control Chairman 4: Executive Committee 4: Girl Re- serves l, 2, 3: Glee Club 3, 4: Treas. 3: Class Officer: News Staff 3. Sutherland Gulf Park HELEN CHRISTENSEN S. A.: Band 3, 4: Orchestra 3, 4: Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4. Fernwood Chicago Conservatory of Music BETTY COOKSEY S. A.: Girl Reserves l, 2: Glee Club 3, 4: News Staff 3, 4: Busi- ness Staff 3, 4: A Cappella Cho- rus 3, 4. Esmond Northwestern HANNAH CORCORAN S. A.: Girl Reserves 4. St. Margaret Englewood ANITA COURTNEY S. A.: Room Officer l: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: Spanish Club 2, 3: Zoology Club 3: Dramatic Club 4. Esmond Northwestern LEILA MAY COX S. A.: Room Officer 4: Glee Club 3, 4: Business Staff 3: A Cappella Chorus 4: Botany Club 2: Girl Reserves l. Clissold Denison GORDON CROWDER S. A.: Glee Club 2, 3, 4: A Cappella 4: Pep Committee 2: Student Court 4: Zoology Club 2, 3, 4: Vice-Pres. l, Treas. 3: An- nual Staff 3, 4: Hi-Y 3, 4: Basket- ball 3: Room Officer 3, 4: Busi- ness Staff 3: Advertising Mgr. 3. Bryn Mawr Illinois ALLEN CUNNINGHAM S. A.: R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4: Offi- cers Club 4: Usher Force 2, 3, 4: News Staff 2, 3, 4: Room Officer 2, 3, 4: Student Council 4: Quil- pen 2: Latin Club 4: Football Mgr Z. Barnard Missouri EUGENE CURTISS S. A.: Football 3, 4: R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4. Vanderpoel Beloit IEAN DALY S. A.: Exec. Com. 4: Finance Corn. 3, 4: Chairman 4: Board of Control 3, 4: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4: Pep Committee 3: Student Council l, 2: Dancing Club l, 2, 3: Pres. 4: Student Court 4: So- cial Committee 3: Glee Club 3. Border Star Morgan Park lr. ALBERT DAVIES S. A.: Zoology Club 2: Room Officer 2, 3. Sutherland Undecided LORETTO DEVITT S. A.: News Staff 3, 4: Girl Reserves 3: Literary Club 3, 4. Loretto Academy Byrant 61 Stratton BEVERLY DICK S. A.: Glee Club 3, 4: A Cap- pella Chorus 4: Tau Epsilon 2: News Staff 2, 3. Parker Ir. lllinois IOHN DILLON S. A.: Basketball 3, 4: Room Officer l, 2, 3: Baseball 3, 4. St. Barnabas Alabama IOI-IN DONOVAN S. A.: Football l, 2, 3, 4. St. Ethelreda Illinois LAWRENCE DOYLE S. A.: Room Officer 3, 4: An- nual Staff 4. Mount Vernon Morgan Park Ir. RUTH DUNN S. A.: Financial Committee 3, 4: Room Officer 3, 4. O'Keefe Vanderbilt ROBERT DURLING S. A.: Zoology Club 2, 3, 4: Stamp Club 3, 4: Glee Club 4: Wrestling 4. Barnard Michigan State EDWARD EISEN S. A.: Commercial Club 2, 3, 4: lioom Officer 3, 4: Bus. Rep. 3. Mt. Greenwood N. -Y. U. WILLIAM ELLIOTT S. A.: Football 2, 3, 4: Room Officer 2, 3, 4: Emblem Club 2, 3, 4. St. Margaret Undecided IENNIE ENTROP S. A.: Room Officer 3, 4. Midlothian Undecided sa? fi H in Qi-in-f""i'L RWM' A - ' .- fl J .,,.. 1, U' Q DORIS ERNSTA ' ' E' S. A.: Quilpen 2, 3, 4:xI7f'es. 4: Board of Control 4: News Staff 4: Zoology Club 2. Sutherland Northwestern EDWARD EWERT S. A.: Orchestra 2: Officers Club 4: Usher Force 2, 3, 4: Band l, 2, 3, 4: Athletic Guard 2, 3: R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4. Barnard Illinois BETTIE FAIRBANK S. A.: Social Committee 2: Stu- dent Court 4: Business Staff, 3: Annual Staff 4: Empehi News Staff 4: Senior Council 4: Girl Reserves l, 2, 3: Glee Club 4: Dancing Club 3: Room Officer 4. Vanderpoel Illinois EARL FASHBAUGH S. A.: Board of Control 4: R.O. T.C. 2, 3, 4: Usher Force 2, 3, 4: Officers Club: Commercial Club 4. Mt. Greenwood So. California FRED FENGER S. A.: Cheer Leader 4: Zoology Club 2. Sutherland Illinois DONALD FISCI-IER S. A.: Board of Control 4: Tau Epsilon 3, 4: Stamp G Coin Club 3, 4: Zoology Club 3, 4: Radio Club 4: Room Officer l, 4. Fernwood Chicago GEORGE FLAGLER S. A.7 Student Council 27 Wrestling Team 47 Tau Epsilon 47 Room Officer 2, 4. Vanderpoel Illinois ELIZABETH FOWLER S. A.7 Girl Reserves 2. Shoop Undecided NAOMI FROEMKE S. A.7 French Club 27 News Staff 37 Ouilpen 4. Sutherland Beloit lOl-IN GARDNER S. A.7 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 47 Pep Committee 47 Promotion Com. 47 Zoology Club 2, 3, 47 A Cappella 37 Hi-Y 3, 47 Pres. 47 Room Officer l, 2, 3, 4. Sutherland Illinois HUGH GALLARNEAU S. A.7 Room Officer 47 Tau Ep- silon 47 Swimming Team 47 Em- blem Club 47 Student Council 4. Vanderpoel Stanford VERNA FROEMKE S. A.7 Glee Club 37 Tau Epsi- lon l. Sutherland Undecided EDNA MAE GARRETSON S. A.7 Glee Club 2, 3, 47 Girl Reserves 4. Sutherland M0591- MARY GIFFORD S. A.7 Girl Reserves l, 27 A Cappella 3, 47 Vice-Pres. 47 Bus. Rep. 37 Room Officer 37 Financial Com. 47 Student Council 37 Tau Epsilon 47 News Staff 3. Vanderpoel Wheatoii IEAN GLASS S. A.7 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 47 Board of Control 47 Quill and Scroll 3, 47 Pres. 47 Ouilpen 2, 37 News Staff 3, 47 Spanish Club 3, 47 Pres. 47 Room Officer lj Em- blem Club 3, 4. Mt. Greenwood Ohio State HELEN GLENNON S. A.7 News Staff 3, 47 Annual Staff 47 Ouill and Scroll 3, 4: Vice-Pres. 47 Quilpen 37 Band 3. 4. Los'Angeles, Calif Southern California ELSIE GLOVER S. A.7 Tau Epsilon 47 Girl Re- serves 47 Glee Club 4. Iohnson Northwestern DOROTHY GRAMBERG S. A.7 News Staff 3, 47 Literary Club 37 Zoology Club 37 Emblem Club 3, 47 Glee Club 3. Mt. Greenwood Chicago Normal MARGARET GUNDERSON S. A.7 Orchestra 3, 47 Tau Ep- silon 2, 3, 47 Spanish Club 3, 4. Harper Ir, Undecided ELLEN HADLEY S. A.7 Ouilpen 2, 3, 47 Sec. 37 Vice-Pres 47 Spanish Club 3, 4: Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4. Ctissold Morrison ROBERT HAGLUND S. A., Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Sec'y-Pres. 4, Golf Team 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 2, Board of Control 4, Emblem Club 3, 4, Room Offi- cer l, 2. Mt. Greenwood Undecided SHIRLEY HANNAPEL S. A., Glee Club 3, 4, Zoology Club 2, 3, Girl Reserves 2, 3, Dancing Club 2, 3, Business Staff 4, Room Officer 2. Sutherland lllinois IOHN HARTANOV S. A., Glee Club 3, Basketball 3, 4, Baseball 3, Emblem Club 3, 4, Swimming 2, Zoology Club 3, Annual Staff 4. Clissold Morgan Park Ir. RUTH HATFIELD S. A., Exec. Com. 4, Board of Control 4, News Staff 2, 3, 4, Editor 4, Ouilpen, Treas. 3, Pres. 4, Ouill and Scroll, Vice-Pres. 3, Girl Reserves, Sec. 3, Literary Club, Vice-Pres. 3, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff. Sutherland Stevens ANNE HEMMENS S. A., Band l, 2, 3, 4, Orch. 4, Zoology Club Z. Clissold National College of Education PAUL HENDERSON S. A., Exec. Com. 4, Board of Control 4, Annual Staff 4, Editor 4, News Staff 3, 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 3, Glee Club 3, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Bus. Rep. l, 2. Fort Dearborn Carleton ALFRED HENRY S. A., R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, Dra- matics 3. Sutherland Missouri MARY IAYNE HENNING S. A., Glee Club 3, 4, A Cap- pella 3, 4, Girl Reserves l, Bot- any Club 2, Tau Epsilon 3. KATHARINE HESSE S. A., A Cappella Chorus 4, Girl Reserves 2, 4. Shoop Lewis DOROTHY HINES S. A., Latin Club 4, Spanish Club 4. Vanderpoel Rockford MARIE HINKEL S. A., Room Officer 2, 4, Tau Epsilon 4, Student Council 2. Barnard Bryant 6. Stratton ROBERT HODSON S. A., R.O.T.C. 3, 4, Hall Guard 3, 4. Lowrey Michigan State BERTHA HOFFMAN S. A., Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Zoology Club 3, Dramatic Club 4, lazz Orchestra 4, Student Council 4, Girl Reserves 3. Sutherland Principia MARIORIE HOLMES S. A., Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves 1, 2, 3, 4, Sec. 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Room Offi- cer 3, Glee Club 4, A Cappella Chorus 4, Senior Council 4, Pep Com. 4, Dancing Club 3. Sutherland De Pquw LILLIAN HOOKER S. A.5 Commercial Club 45 Room Officer l. Midlothian Undecided WINIFRED HOOPER S. A.5 Girl Reserves 3, 4. Vanderpoel Rockford IOHN HUDELL S. A.5 Dramatic Club 35 Vice- Pres. 45 Pres. 45 A Cappella 35 Pres. 35 Glee Club 35 Board of Control 3, 4. Sutherland Northwestern IACK HUNT S. A.5 Basketball l, 25 Room Officer l, 2, 35 Spanish Club 2. Vanderpoel Illinois IEAN IACOB S. A.5 Social Committee 45 Room Officer 4. New York City Missouri ROBERT IACOBS S. A.5 Tau Epsilon 2, 45 Basket- ball 45 Stamp 61 Coin Club5 Pres. 35 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Board of Control 35 News Staff 3. Sullivan Ir. Chicago IANE IACOBSON S. A.5 Glee Club 3, 45 Vice- Pres. 45 A Cappella 3, 45 Girl Reserves 15 Zoology Club 2, 35 Room Chairman l, 45 Treasurer of 4B Class5 Tau Epsilon 4. Esmond Morgan Park Ir. IEANNE IACOBSON S. A.5 Glee Club 3, 45 Girl Re- serves l, 35 Zoology Club 45 Literary Club 3. Clissold Morgan Park Ir. IUANITA IENSON S. A.5 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 45 Orchestra l, 2, 3, 45 Conductor 45 Vice-Pres. 45 Treas. 45 Photo Staff 2, 3, 45 Quill and Scroll 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 35 Room Officer Z, 3, 45 Girl Emblem Club 2, 35 Radio Club 45 Girl Reserves l, Z. Barnard Illinois FRANK IEROME S. A.5 Board of Control 45 Tau Epsilon 25 Hi-Y 3, 45 Zoology Club 25 Swimming Team 2, 3, 45 Emblem Club 3, 45 R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 45 Officers Club 45 Vice-Pres. 45 Room Officer l, 2, 3, 45 Class Officer 4B. M. P. M. A. , Purdue WINIFRED IOHNSON S. A.5 Tau Epsilon l, 25 A. Cappella 2, 35 Girl Reserves l, Z5 Spanish Club l, 25 Glee Club 35 Zoology Club l, 25 Room Officer l, 2. Barnard Vogue DOROTHEA KARGE S. A.5 Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 45 Room Officer 25 Girl Reserves l, 2, 35 Literary Club 35 Botany Club 45 Treas. 45 Ouilpen 45 Dra- matic Club 45 Emblem Club 3, 4. Zion Undecided PAUL KARKO S. A.5 Glee Club 4. Esmond Armour DOROTHY KECHER S. A. Mount Vernon Undecided GERTRUDE KEISLER S. A., Girl Reserves 4. Central Park Englewood Business DORIS KLEKAMP S. A., Zoology Club 3, Room Officer l, 2. Barnard South Side Ir. HELEN KNABE S. A., Orchestra l, Z, 3, 4, Spanish Club Z, 3, 4, Girl Re- serves l, 2, 3, Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Botany Club 4. Barnard Undecided GEORGE KOWALCI-IUK S. A., Room Chairman l, 2, Bus. Rep. 3, 4, Financial Com- mittee 4, Hi-Y 4, Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Football l, 2, 3, 4, Emblem Club 3, 4, Wrestling 4, Swimming Team 3, 4. Mt. Greenwood Purdue IOSEPI-I LAMBERT S. A., Football 3, 4, French Club I, 2. Vanderpoel Illinois CHARLES LARSON S. A. Sutherland Southern California LAURENCE LAURATIS S. A., Golf 3, 4, Zoology Club 2, 3. Marquette Northwestern DONALD LEE S. A., Chess and Checker Club l, R.O.T.C. I, Z, 3, 4, Photo Staff 3, Usher Force Z, 3, 4. Sutherland Illinois ELEANOR LONGLEY S. A., Glee Club 3, 4, Secy. 3, 4, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4, Offi- cer l, 2, Annual Staff 4, Social Com. 2, Room Officer I, 2, 3, Student Court 4, Financial Com. 4, Class Officer 3, Zoology Club 3. Sutherland Smith PARKE LOREN S. A., News Staff 3, 4, Editor 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Board of Control 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Treas. 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 4, Zoology Club 2, 3, 4, Stamp and Coin Club 3, 4. Vanderpoel Lawrence IUNE LUCKEY S. A. Calumet Undecided PI-IILLIP LUNT S. A., Football l, 3, Div. Sec. 3, Bus. Rep. 4. Esmond Southern California DOROTHY LOVING S. A. Clissold Michigan BARBARA MAHER S. A., Dramatic Club 4, Secy. 4, Tau Epsilon 2, 4, Girl Re- serves 2, French Club 2, Bus. Staff 3. Parker Ir. Illinois RUTH MALINSKY S. A., Tau Epsilon l, Commer- cial Club 2, 3, 4, Room Officer 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4. Zion Evangelical Lutheran Bryant G Stratton BRUCE MARTINSON S. A., Annual Staff 4. Tilden Tech Illinois ROBERT MATHERS S. A., Basketball 3, 4, Emblem Club 3, 4, Baseball 4, Room Offif cer 3, 4, Student Council 4. Illinois EDWARD MATTSON S. A., Pep Committee 4, R.O. T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4, Promotion Com- mittee 4, Cheer Leader 4, Zool- ogy Club Z, 3, Room Officer 3. Sutherland Illinois DAVID MAVER S. A., Stage Crew l, 2, 3, 4, Manager 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Or- chestra 1, Z, 4, Football 2, Came era Club Z, Radio Club l, 2, 3, 4. Sutherland Michigan Tech MARGARET MCBRIDE S. A., Botany Club 2, Glee Club 3, 4. Clissolcl Business IESSIE MCCUMBER S. A., Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Board of Control 4, Girl Re- serves l, 2, 3, 4, Officer l, 2, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, Glee Club 4, A Cappella Chorus 4. Sutherland Rockford ELIZABETH MILLER S. A., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4, Financial Com. 3, 4, Bus. Rep. 3, Latin Club 3, 4, Secy. 3, Zoology Club 3, Emblem Club 3, 4, Girl Reserves 3, Glee Club 3, 4. Clissold Leland Stanford NANCY MILLER S. A., Quilpen 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Tau Epsilon l, 2, Dancing Club l, 2, 3, 4, Zoology Club 2, Girl Reserves l, Emblem Club 2, Room Officer l, 2. Vanderpoel Texas CHARLIE MAE MITCHELL S. A., Glee Club 2, 3, A Cap- pella 3, 4, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3, Zoology Club 3, 4, News Staff 4. Dunbar Lewis ROBERT MIX S. A., Student Council 2, 3, Tau Epsilon 4, Hi-Y 4, Student Court 4, Swimming 2, 3, 4, Mgr. 4, Room Officer l, 2, 4, Sutherland Illinois CHARLES MOORMAN S. A., Room Officer l, 3, 4, Emblem Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Wrestling l, 2, 3, 4, French Club Z, Baseball 3, 4, Student Council l, 4. Vanderpoel Southern California BOARDMAN MOWRY S. A., Tau Epsilon Z, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Treas. 4, Officers Club 4, Fencing Club 4, Stamp 51 Coin Club 3, Photo Club 3, Concert Band 2, 3, 4. Horace Mann Morgan Park Ir. WALTER NAGLER S. A., Hi-Y 4, Emblem 4. Vanderpoel Chicago CLARA NELSEN S. A.7 Dancing Club 3, 47 A Cappella 47 Girl Reserves 3, 47 Room Officer 2, 3. Esmond Undecided HARRY NEVIN S. A.7 Spanish Club 2, 3, 47 Treas. 37 Secy. 47 Pres. 47 Cam- era Club 3, 47 Treas. 47 Vice- Pres. 47 Photo Staff 3, 47 Hi-Y 47 Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 47 Room Officer 3, 47 Stamp 5: Coin Club 4. Houston Michigan IANE NICHOLS S. A.7 Girl Reserves 27 Glee Club 3, 47 Secy. 37 A Cappella 3. Clissold Alabama LILLIAN NORMOYLE S. A.7 Glee Club 3, 47 French Club 27 Zoology Club 3, 4. St. Barnabas Morgan Park Ir. ELEANOR OKUTOWSKI S. A.7 Commercial Club 4. St. Margaret Bryant Stratton ELIZABETH O'NEIL S. A.7 Latin Club 3, 47 Girl Reserves 3, 47 Botany Club Z7 Glee- Club l. Harper Ir. Illinois RAYMOND PASCOE S. A.7 R.O.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 47 Offi- cers Club 4. Clissold Illinois FLORENCE PAULS S. A. Zion Lutheran South Side Ir. RAYMOND P'IER S. A.7 Spanish Club 2, 37 Stu- dent Council 3, 47 Botany Club 2, 37 Glee Club 3, 47 Golf Team 2, 37 Room Officer l, 3. St. Barnabas St. Mary's ARTHUR POPE S. A.7 Room Officer l, 2, 3, 47 Student Council 2, 37 Swimming l, 2, 37 Basketball 1, 2, 3, 47 Golf 37 Emblem Club 3, 47 Vice-Pres. 4. Fort Dearborn Notre Dame EDWARD POWER S. A. Fort Dearborn Undecided EUGENE PRITCHARD S. A.7 Bus. Staff l7 R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 47 Officers Club 47 Stage Crew 2, 37 Photo Staff 4. Clissold Illinois EVELYN PYLE S. A.7 Commercial Club 47 Girl Reserves 2, 4. Mt. Greenwood Undecided MARY IANE RAY S. A.7 Class Officer 47 Annual Staff 1, 37 Editor 37 Board of Control 37 Exec. Com. 37 Room Officer l, 2, 37 Social Committee l, 27 Girl Reserves l, 27 Treas. 27 Student Council 27 Glee Club 4. Sutherland Northwestern MARIORIE REITZE S. A., Glee Club 4. Western State Normal Wisconsin MARION ROACI-I S. A., Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 2, 4, Room Officer 2, 3, 4, Emblem Club 3, 4. Vanderpoel Normal VICTORIA ROSATI S. A., Commercial Club Z, 3, 4, Pres. 4, Secy. 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Bus. Rep. 3. Arbor Park Bryant 6 Stratton ELLEN RYAN S, A., Tau Epsilon I, 2, 4, Girl Reserves I, 4, ,Latin Club 4, Glee Club 4, Dancing Club 2. Sutherland Morgan Park Ir. IANE SANDERS S. A. Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves I, 2, Board of Control 3, A Cappella 2, 3, 4. Sutherland American Conservatory of Music ALFRED SCI-IWIDER S. A., Room Officer I, 2, 3, 4, Tau Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Bus. Rep. 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, Band 2, 3, 4, Officer. Sutherland California IRENE SHALGOS S. A., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3, 4. St. Ioseph Normal MARION SHEDD S. A., Glee Club 3, Room Offi- cer 4, Orchestra I, 2, 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 3. Vanderpoel Rockford FRANK SHOEMAKER S. A.: R.O.T.C. I, 2, 3, 4, Offi- cers Club 4, Usher Force I, Z, 3, 4, Hi-Y 3, 4, Camera Club 3, 4, Photo Staff 3, Annual Staff 3, Zoology Club 2, 3. Vanderpoel Cincinnati IANET SIEMEN S. A., Girl Reserves I, 2, Glee Club 4, Dramatic Club 4, Room Officer I, 2, 3, 4. Fort Dearborn Illinois ROMAN SIEMENS S. A., Tau Epsilon 4, Latin Club 2, 3, R.O.T.C. 2, 3. St. Barnabas Chicago BONNEVILLE SMITH S. A., Tau Epsilon l, Basket- ball 2, 3, Tennis 2, 3, 4, Swim- ming 2, 3. Sutherland Undecided BYRON SMITH S. A., Staff 3, 4, Annual Staff 2, 4, Room Officer l, Swimming Team 2. Clissold Morgan Park Ir. LENORE SOLTAS S. A., Glee Club 4, Girl Re- serves, Quilpen 3. Vanderpoel Academy Fine Arts EARL STADLE S. A., R.O.T.C. l, Z, 3, Base- ball 4, Tennis 3, I-Ii-Y 3, 4, Room Officer Z, Spanish Club 3, 4, News Staff 3, Band l, 2, 3. Fort Dearborn Illinois THOMAS STAFFELBACI-I S. A., Football 3, 4. Sutherland Drake MARGARET STANDERLINE S. A., Zoology Club 2, 3, Or- chestra I, 2, 3, 4, Secy. 2, 4, Room Officer 2, 3, 4. Sutherland MacMurry ROBERT STEUDEL S. A. Sutherland Wisconsin LELAND TAYLOR S. A., Tau Epsilon l, 2, Tennis 3, 4, Room Officer 2, 4, Swim- ming l, Sales Committee Chair- man 4. Sutherland Dartmouth ROBERT THOMAS S. A., Spanish Club 2, Bus. Staff 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 4, Room Officer l, 2, 3. Clissold Morgan Park lr. MEI-ILINAE TOCATLIAN S. A., Tau Epsilon 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Girl Reserves 3, 4, Botany Club 2. Fort Dearborn Morgan Park lr. EDW' ARD TOOPER S. A., Photo Staff 3, 4, Pres. 3, Room Officer 2, Camera Club 4, Vice-Pres. 4, Pres. 4, Tau Epst- lon 2, Student Council 2, Bus. Rep. 4, Board of Control 3, 4. Esmond Southern California WILLIAM TRACY S. A., French Club 2, Student Council 3, 4, Botany Club l, 2, Glee Club 3, 4, Room Officer I, 2, Golf Team 3, 4. St. Margaret Arizona IAMES TREDUP S. A., Student Court 4, Tau Epsilon 4, Hi-Y 4, Exec. Com. 4, Board of Control 4, Student Coun- cil 3, 4, Class Officer 3, Football 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Treas. 3, Secy. 4, Pres. 4, Spanish Club, Treas. 4, Room Officer I, 3, 4, Financial Committee 4. Sutherland Dartmouth THOMAS TURNER S, A., Spanish Club 3, Zool- ogy Club 2, 3, Bus. Staff 3, An- nual Staff 3, 4, Swimming Z, 3, 4, I-li-Y 3, 4. Clissold Morgan Park lr. LILLIAN UNRUI-I S. A., Tau Epsilon l, 2 3, Com- mercial Club 3, 4, Girl Reserves l. Barnard Bryant G Stratton RUTH VAN VALKENBURGI-I S. A., Glee Club 3, 4, Botany Club 2, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Literary Club 3, 4. Clissold National College of Education IANE ANN VAUP'EL S. A., Tau Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4, Fin. Com. 3, 4, Room Officer l, 2, Board of Control 3, Glee Club 3, 4, Pres. 3, Girl Reserves l, News Staff 4, Latin Club 2, 3, Emblem Club 3, 4. Clissold Chicago ELNA VIKING S. A., Latin Club 4, Girl Re- serves 2, 3, 4, Room Officer l, Z. Vanderpoel Principia ANNABELLE VOIGT S. A., Tau Epsilon 2, 4, Or- chestra 1, 2, 3, 4, Zoology Club 4, Spanish Club 4. Clissold Millikin WILLIAM WALTHER S. A., Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4, A Cappella 2, 4, Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Board of Control 4, Zoology Club 2. Barnard Illinois LAVERNE WEI-IRWEIN S. A., Spanish Club 3, Student Court 4, Room Officer 2, 3, Stu- dent Council 3, News Staff 4. Clissold Chevy Chase MARY ALICE WELI-IENER S. A., Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4, Treas. 2, Glee Club 4, Bus. Staff 3, 4, Annual Staff 3, 4, Room Officer 4, A Cappella 4, Dancing Club 2. Sutherland Illinois ELIZABETH WEINERT S. A. St. Christopher Bryant Sf Stratton BETTE WEMLINGER S. A., Emblem Club 3, 4, Room Officer 1, 2, 3, Band l. Barnard Undecided MARYAN WI-IALEY Sutherland Madison S. A., News Staff 4, Glee Club 4, Spanish Club l, 2. IULIA WHITE S. A., Glee Club 2, Commer- cial Club 2, 3, 4, Treas. 4, Zool- ogy Club Z, 3, 4. St. Christopher South Side Ir. MARIORIE WI-IITCOMB S. A. Academy of Our Lady Illinois WILLIAM WINTER S. A. Forest Ridge Illinois EVELYN YANCEY S. A., Glee Club 2, 3, 4, A Cappella 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Girl Reserves 4, Botany Club 4. Sutherland Morgan Park Ir. ALEXANDER YURSIS S. A., Baseball 3, 4, Emblem Club 4. Mt. Greenwood Undecided IOSEPH ZINK S. A., Student Council 3, Com- mercial Club 3, 4, Treas. 4, Room Officer I, 3. Mt. Greenwood New York ROBERT HALL S. A.: News Staff Z, 37 Spanish Club 27 Zoology Club 25 Room Officer 2. Clissold Wheaton LEWIS HICKS S. A., Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 47 Vice-Pres. 45 Tau Epsilon 3: R. O. T. C. 2, 3, 4. Fort Dearborn Undecided WILLIAM HRAD S. A.g Zoology Club. Mt. Greenwood Undecided DAVID IACKSON S. A.: Track l, 27 Basketball. Shoop Illinois DONALD MELCHER S. A. Barnard Undecided CHARLES MacLEAN S. A., R.O.T.C. 3, 4: Room Offi- cer 1: Commercial Club l, 2. Midlothian Cambridge SILAS MCGUIRE S. A. Phillips Ir, Undecided 141 ROSANELL NELSON S. A. Burke Spellman GRAEME PAXTON S. A., Basketball 3, 4, Emblem Club 3. Altgeld Texas Christian DAN RANNEY S. A., R,O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, Wrest- ling Team 47 Room Officer 1, 2, Rifle Team 3, 45 Bus. Rep. 2, 35 Officers Club 4. Sutherland Michigan ARTHUR SMYLY S. A., Orchestra 3, 4, Radio Club 3. Sutherland Undecided LOUIS VEKEMANS S. A. Parkman Undecided IUNE WOLTER S. A., Glee Club 35 Dramatic Club 4, Dancing Club l, 2, 3, 4, Emblem Club 3, 4. Sutherland Undecided IRWIN ZIMMERMAN S. A. Oglesby Purdue IN MEMORIAM Sergeant Iohn I. Dignan will long be re- membered for the excellent Work he per- formed in the R.O.T.C., during his short stay at Morgan Park. His untimely death left a gap in the hearts of the students which will not soon be filled. He Was a man of fine principles and high ideals. He did many good things, both for the school and for the P1.O.T.C. unit. lt took him but a few, brief months to make a host of close friends at Empehi. His passing was felt by all of the sympathetic student body. 1431 TIVITI , Y lf wif' ,Q 1 fm f,,:fa21a N 2 mtv' T lack Busch Betty Conwell President lst Vice-president Sue Barclay Iohn Stearns 2nd Vice-president Secretary Student Association The officers of the Student Association for the past year have been: lack Busch, presi- dentg Betty Conwell, first vice-president: Sue Barclay, second vice-presidentg lohn Stearns, secretary. The Student Association has, for the past two semesters, put on an intensive program. During the fall semester a railroad train was used as the symbol of the membership drive and on the Student Association membership card. This card was in the form of a train ticket with detachable stubs for stops or events presented by the Student Associa- tion that semester. This card With a small cnarge admitted S. A. members to many lectures, socials, movies, and other events. The Student Association established this semester, a day called "assembly day." Upon this day, students who had a study or were free were permitted to go to the audi- torium Where, for the entire day, there were continuous lectures and demonstrations of eaucational value. At this time many ath- letic exhibitions were put on by members or me school teams and professional ath- letes. ln addition the Association started a school newsreel. ln the spring semester the Student Asso- ciation used as its symbol a steamship. ln the fall the S. A. train traveled supposedly from San Francisco to Morgan Park, each membership representing one mile of the journey. In the spring the steamer S. S. Student Association made a very successful voyage from New Orleans to Morgan Park. The membership card in the spring was in the form of a passport carrying out the steamship idea. Apart from the passport stops many other events were given in the spring. William Overman Iean Daly Student Court Financial Committee Paul Henderson Iames Tredup Editor of Annual Student Court Board of Control February Ted Zandstra .... Paul Henderson .... Lester Stanley ..... . Frank Benjamin ......... A Cappella Chorus .... ........Annual....... . . .... Athletic Guard. . . . .....Band...... Iune . . . . .Ted Zandstra . . .Paul Henderson . . . .Lester Stanley . . .Frank Benjamin jean and joan Launspach . ...... Botany Club ..... .... j oan Launspach Russel Snip ............. . . . Byron Smith ..... Cathryn Vtfilliams .... Dorothy Dykeman ..... Charles Moorman .... Ruth Hatfield ...... Russell jones ....... Mary jane Hortonj Maureen Carrellj ' " jane Caldwell ....... Frances Hillier ..... jean Daly ....... Robert Moore ...... Marjorie Holmes ..... Byron Crosman .... Florence Hagar .... William Brubaker .... Ruth Asher ........ Ruth Hatfield ...... Roger Anderson ..... jean Glass ...... Donald Fischer .... Bill Overmanl james Tredupj "" David Maver .... Arthur johnsen .... Earl Fashbaugh ..... Harold McCulloch ..... No club ........... Robert Haglund .... .Boys' Glee Club ..... . . . . .Business Staff .... . ...CameraClub.... .. . .William Walther . . . . . .Byron Smith . . .Edward Tooper ....Dran'1aticClub.... ..........johnHudell . . .Emblem Club .... . . . . . .Empehi News .... . . . . .Fencing Club. . . . .Girls' Glee Club .... . . . . .Girl Reserves 9th. . . . . . .Richard Armstrong . . . . . .Parke Loren . . . . .Russell jones . . . .Muriel Cook . . .Marjorie Schulz Girl Reserves 3rd .... ........ G race Reed . .Dancing Club .... . . . ....jazzOrchestra.... . ...Latin Club. . . . . . .Officers Club. . . .....Cjrchestra. . .. . . . .Photo Staff. . .. . . .Literary Club. . . . ........ Quilpen ....... . . .... Quill and Scroll .... . . . .Spanish Club. . . . . . .jeanette Bucher Walter Bornemann . . . . .james Tredup . . . . .Harry Benner Walter Bornemann . .Eugene Pritchard ..........Noclub . . . . .Doris Ernst . . . . .jean Glass . . . . . .Harry Nevin . . . . Stamp Club. . . . . . . . .Harold Knudsen . . .Student Court. . . . . . Stage Crew ..... . . ....TauEpsilon..... ....UsherForce..... . . . . . .Zoology Club... ...Rad1oClub ....... .Commercial Club. james Tredup .... . . .. . .Clean Up Committee. . .. . Bill Overman .... ..... ...... H i -Y ....... 1481 jBill Overman ' ' ' jjames Tredup . . . . .David Maver . jessie McCumber . . .Earl Fashbaugh . . . . . .Eunice Kass Walter Bornemann . . . .Victoria Rosati . . . .Harry Nevin . . . . .john Gardner X .3 Lindsey Anderson Symons Ierome McGary Malinsky McCarthy Hammette Rickard Fisher McClellan Moorman Bobbitt Allen Thompson Arthur Stromloeck Blanchard Scott Clark Dougherty Francis Spurgeon Atkins Wells Cook Kruse Hillier Davidson Greenleaf Reed Cunningham Heekmann Grosscup Tredup Busch Clay Mathers Stanton Thornally Smith Nevin Tredup Loren Pritchard Benner Gardner Henderson Knudsen Kass McCurnber Schulz Ernst Rosati Cook Bucher Barclay Glass Reed I.Launspach Jones Benjamin Busch Conwell Fashbaugh Hudell 1491 If N Q it ' Qi V Mm ,QM-f -. Nwvu. ,v 'mf' Activity Committee Financial Committee Hillier Pape Reynolds Gardner Vernon lohnston Barker Blood Koch Armstrong C.Bf:ardsley Sundstrom R.Beardsley Reed Ewing Ryan Lindsey Wray Flanagan Taylor Brodow Adams McCumber Iolly Launspach Schuba Williams Mattson Grossmann Barclay Welhener Jones Peritz Lorentz Schulz Johnson Morison Gifford Ingram Dibos Mattson Kowalchuk Black B.Miller Longley Vaupel A.Mil1er Blanchard Daly Bayrd Reed Haedtler Goldsmith Anderson Mi'.Mays:xck Tredup Grosscup Mix Anderson Gallarneau Smith Daly Ove-rman Tredup Wshrwem fsof Rickard Nichols Wigand Wulfing Turner Martinscn Banqer Hartanov Doyle Pape Tonar Alt Appleton Miller Se ord Bla' Hall Th Sa k G d D' lc Gl . H' c ck ornas rcc a ar ner rin water ennon ibbard Brurnmerstedt Crow Thulin Larson Mokstad E. Anderson Rodoer Lindsey lolly Ewing Fairbank Storrs Longley R. Anderson Claussen Henderson Miss Holder Crowder B. Smith Welhener Rider The Annual staff this year, under the direction of Paul Henderson, has attempted to publish an annual that would be distinc- tive and different. This has been accom- plished in the modernistic development of the makeup. The pictures have been run off the edges to give balance and a roominess to the pages. ln order to promote a little interest, the picture with the students in it was put on the front. Asidetfrom the numerous small tasks which were ably handled by the majority of the staff, some of the larger jobs in the making of the Annual were performed by a few staff members who ought to be men- tioned. Henderson, Crowder, Anderson and Claussen made hash of the previously appointed positions by assuming responsi- bility in all directions. As originally planned, Gordon Crowder was literary editor, Roger Anderson was sports editor, Mary Alice Welhener was circulation manager, and Byron Smith was business manager. No doubt the social genius of the editor, Hen- derson, superseded his executive genius in forming a little coterie which assumed the burden of the work. We don't, however, want to take all the credit, but you must have a vague notion by this time who is writing this article. Apart from these demons, We must leave you with a few noteworthy names: Eleanor Longley, snapshots: Alison Rider, bookkeep- ingg and Ann Ewing and Shirley Black. Paul Henderson Gordon Crowder Editor Literary Editor Roger Anderson Byron Smith Sports Business Manager fslf Ruth Hatfield Editor, fall semester Empehi News The fourth estate of Empehi has reflected the events of school life and activities to the best of its ability, despite the fact that its size has been reduced from eight pages to six the second semester. Its success has re- sulted from the efforts of Ruth Hatfield and Parke Loren, the editors-in-chief, and Miss Margaret Sturgeon, faculty adviser. Ruth's talent for feature-Writing helped to add glamour to the newspaper during her ad- ministration. A strong inclination toward exactness is a quality of Parke's character which made for accuracy in his direction of the staff. Miss Sturgeon's co-operation with each editor-in-chief was effective and appre- ciated. Because of the "Free Policy" of the Student Association for the past semester, the Empehi News no longer has published an extra in conjunction with Quill and Scroll. Ruth Hatfield and lean Glass were the delegates to the National Scholastic Press Association Convention at Milwaukee on December l and 2. Representatives were also sent to the Medill Press Conference at Northwestern on May l and 2. The Writers' Tournament, sponsored by the Greater Chicago Scholastic Press Guild, was entered by members of the staff. In the submitted material section, Parke Loren's and Dick McCornack's entries were edi- torials, Florine Philips and Parke Loren sub- mitted features interviews, and David Gold- smith sent two general feature stories. The extemporaneous section of the contest had entries of Parke Loren and Ray Wolf for editorials, lean Glass and lack McCune for news stories, Ruth Hatfield and Florine Phillips for features and Russell Iones and Allen Cunningham for current events. 1 SZD1 Palmer Iones Muench Van Etten Ketchum R. Anderson Geringer Dershem Loren McCune Whaley Pape Zuegel Iohnson Gramberg Sorensen Rheinberger Ernst Devitt Wehrwein Wolf Glass Berry Fairbank Austin Mitchell Phillips Ewing McCornack Cunningham Spiers Miss Sturgeon McCaw E. Anderson Goldsmith Parke Loren Editor, spring semester FALL SEMESTER Ruth Hatfield ........................... Editor-in-chief Iean Glass, Parke Loren ............ Associate Editors PAGE EDITORS George Muench, lack McCune, Loretto Devitt, Dick Mc- Cormack, lack Ketcham, Helen Glennon David Wylie ................. ............ A rt Editor Allen Cunningham .... ...Talk of the Topics Ray Wolf ......... ..... S port Shorts Bettie Fairbank ..... LaVerne Wehrwein .. . Dorothy Gramberg. . . lane Ann Vaupel ..... ......Do Tell . . . . .Society . . . . . Exchange . . . . . . .Fashions Marian Smith ...,....................... Bit o' Nuthin' Marjorie Morgan, Betty Iane Cooksey ......... Features Stanley Spiers ................... Letters to the Editor Roger Anderson, Paul Henderson, Elwin Dershem. .Desk Margaret E. Sturgeon ................ Editorial Adviser SPRING SEMESTER Parke Loren ........................... Edltor-in-chlef lack McCune, Ray Wolf .............. Associate Editors PAGE EDITORS lean Glass, Dorothy Grarnberg, Lorraine Provancha, Dick McCormack, Bob McCaW, Elwin Dershem Ted Van Etten .................... Allen Cunningham .... . . . Bob Iohnson .......... . Dorothy Mae Zuegel .... . . Lillian Rheinberger ..... . Charlie Mae Mitchell .... .....,...Art Editor .Talk of the Topics . . . . . . .Sport Shorts . .Keyhole Whispers ............Society . . . .Exchange Florine Phillips .......... ............. F eatures .Letters to the Editor Adele Palmer, lack Ketcharn .... . Harold Sorensen ............ . . . ..............Desk Muriel Berry ........... ..... .... l n quiring Reporter 53 Pape Ellison Willard Toriar Cruse Wigand Nebel Berlin We-lhener Iolly Roper Anderson Hannapel Madsen Mokstad Rodger Cook Secord Williams Black Drummond Smith Rider Thomas Byron Smith Business Manager Many students ot Morgan Park are un- aware ot the important part the Business staff plays in the publishing of their Weekly newspaper, THE EMPEHI NEWS. The most important duty of the Business staff is solicit- ing advertisements. The revenue obtained from these advertisements helps to support the paper. The Business staff is also respon- sible tor the distribution of the papers to the pupils, and the sending of the papers to the various schools and individuals on the eX- change list. I-'ALL Byron Smith .... Muriel Cook. . . . . . . . . . . . .Business Manager . . . .Ass't Business Manager Alison Rider ........... ............ B ookkeeper Mary Alice Welhener ..... ,... C irculation Manager Dick Williams ......... Mary Emily Curtis. .. Ianet Secord ........ Charles Drummond .... Byron Smith .... Shirley Black ..... Alison Rider .. lanet Secord ..,. Dick Williams ...,.. Robert Thomas ..... Charles Drummond 1S4Y ........Copy Writer .............E1-:change . . .Advertising Manager . . . .Business Adviser ... .. .. ... ...Business Manager Ass't Business Manager .....,.......Bookkeeper . . . .Circulation Manager . . . . . ...Copy Writer .........Exchange . . . .Business Adviser 5 Tau Epsilon ,. Armstrong Boockford Bochman Doerr Fischer Dingle Burns M. Aggen G. Flagler Brill Davis Dunworth Arnold Black Bourke D iseman Y Correa Arthur Arnold Daly Boorem Bebb Barclay Anderson Freeman R.Beardsley Conant Pt.Aggen C.Beardsley Brown Curtis Ewing Cock Eloren Bass Bird Bayrd Blanchard Bloomquist Bolton Bossi Crabbe Brodow Adams R. Anderson Duncan Bobisuthi Cruse Ellison Miss Conlon Eorsell Brown Dershem Clay Dibos Tau Epsilon, the honor society ot Morgan Dr. Eugene Lawler ot Northwestern Univer- Park, was organized in l924 tor the purpose sity was the speaker and his subject was ot interesting students in scholastic stand- "Things We Ought Not to Miss." Besides the ing and activities. lt has grown from a annual ping pong tournament, there was club of sixty to a thriving organization ot entertainment this year tor bridge and two hundred and titty. The requirements monopoly enthusiasts on Games Day. tor membership are: an average ot eighty- Each semester Tau Epsilon gives awards five in tour motors with no grade below to the highest ranking seniors and also to eighty, and in addition, tour honor points. the graduates who have been in Tau Epsilon Honor points are awarded for holding GH throughout their tour years at high school. office in any Club or division room, for The advisers tor the club this past year orooles Over 1'1iD9iY, CI1'1Cl for GUY Speoiol SGIV- have been Miss Meroe Conlan and Mr. ice rendered to the school. Charles Drummond. The olticers tor the tall During the fall semester, the two outstand- Semester Wereg president, Arthur Iohnseng ing IT1eGii1'1QS WSIS the OHS-S Gi Wi'1iCl'1 Spook- vice-president, lane Caldwellp secretary, GTS Were PFGSGTITSCL 0119 WGS Ol TCIUC OH Charles Beardsleyg and treasurer, Bette "Our Future in the BuSir19SS Worldli by' MT- Miller. The otticers tor the spring semester Edward Porter and the other was a travel Wet-eg president, 193519 MeCumberg vice- talk bY MIS. KOITGH. president, Alfred Schwiderg secretary, Shir- IH The Spring SGTUGSTGT The Club DT9S9Y1T9d ley Blackg and treasurer, Arthur Bethke. an assembly tor the school on April third. Arthur Iohnsen lane Caldwell Iessie McCumber Alfred Schvvider President Vice-president PreSidef1! ViC9'Pf9S-ldem 15:1 Hockert Harm Hibbard Gifford I. Gardner Poor Gould Ienson Holmes Heness Grosscup Hines Koch Kuehne Gunderson Knabe Karge Jones Jonsson Samuels Pierce Samuels Bobbitt Hill Hart Zanka Iacobs Baxa Gierz Ieitery Knudsen James Grossman Heimbeck Hillier Iones H. Glass Soderstrom Iulga Hall Holland Iuillard Hensel Knight Hinkel Hodges Glass Iacobson Glover Miles Hendrickson Hodges Hewes Goldsmith Gallarneau Grange Geringer Howat Henderson Iones Karko Iames Kerney Haedtler Roach Larson Russell Marson McClellan Mills Morton L oren Moll Ranney Olsen Miller Nichols Loesche Moll Ryan Morgan Peterson Rasmussen Rodger Nelson Robinson Nelson Reid McKinley Long Martin Paddock McCurnber I. Meyer Launspach Maher Osborne Reinhardt Mathis Lombard Mack Pacatti Launspach Miller H. Meyer Nebel McCornack Mowry Moore Raeth Mr.Drummond Mix McWhorter Larson Nevin Rung Shalgos Sundstrom West Schulz Smith Vernon Westphal Warnecke Walther Snider Taylor Woolley Schwider Turk Zacher Stiqgleman Shively Tocatian Van Steenberg Webb Shaffer Turpin Waber Shannon Westphal M. Secord Siddall Strombeck Thompson I.Secord Wauqhop Ward Wray Spurgeon York Stevens Spence Tompkins Vaupel Von-Gorkom Ward Shaffer Standerline Young Sorensen Snape Shepard Von Behren Voigt Spaetzel Wallace Schroih Smith Siemens Whitman Tredup Stevens 1561 Frank Benicxmin Robert Campbell President Vice-president Robert Barnett Alfred Schwider Secretary Treasurer Band and Orchestra To give those Who are interested in instru- mental music an opportunity to develop tal- ent, the Concert Band was organized. The Band, under the direction of Captain Guy D. Hartle, has been decidedly active during the past year. This year the Band decided to enter the city Band contest, although it has not been in competition for several years. The results were not what they might have been, but the genuine interest displayed by the play- ers promises to bring pleasing results in fu- ture contests. The officers of the Band for both semesters Were: Frank Benjamin, president: Robert Campbell, vice-presidentg Robert Barnett, secretary, and Alfred Schwider, treasurer. Also under the able direction of Captain l-lartle, is the Orchestra. The orchestra plays not only for its own development and bene- fit, but for numerous other occasions dur- ing the year. Some of the more notable events for which the Orchestra has played, were the operetta, the Dramatic Club plays, and the February and lune commencement exercises. ln addition, the Orchestra alter- nates with the Band in playing for assem- blies. The Orchestra was formed for the one pur- pose of giving the students a better under- standing and appreciation of music. The of- ficers for the first semester Were: Florence Hagar, president, luanita Ienson, vice-presi- dentg Walter Bornernann, secretaryp and Margaret Standerline, treasurer. The offi- cers who succeeded these were: Walter Bornemann, presidentg Louis l-licks, vice- presidentg Margaret Standerline, secretaryp and Iuanita lenson, treasurer. Florence Hagar Iucnila Ienson President, fall Vice-president Walter Bomemcmn Louis Hicks President, spring Vice-president Q wx' 'Q K 1 1 Y 1581 w w Q 1591 Friel Meyers Sunday Shepard Wamecke Crowder Connell Gardner Stankow Clements Nelson Hatfield Greenleaf Zirbel Dixon Celeane Bolton Mokstad Dingle Mitchell Cook Ewing Cruse Bickel Reed Miss Bell Cution Mansfield Doerr At Morgan Park the Girl Reserves is di- vided into three groups, two at the main building and one at the Clissold Branch, and has reached through its membership over three hundred girls. Working in committee groups of various sizes called triangles, these girls have planned ceremonies, stu- dent talent programs and discussions on subjects of immediate interest to the mem- bers. Outside of the meetings they have pro- moted such projects as Bow Day, a Novelty Candy Sale, and a Mother's Tea. They have reached out into the community through Christmas service Work in cooperation with the Relief stations and the United Charities. They are particularly interested in city-Wide enterprises through having in the club the City-Wide Girl Reserves president. The officers of the various groups during the fall semester Were: Third period-Fran- ces Hillier, presidentg Louise Cole, vice- presidentp Edythe Clarke, secretary: and Florence jones, treasurer. Ninth period-jane Caldwell, presidentg jane Ward, vice-presi- dentg Winnie Stevens, secretaryg and june Miller, treasurer. Clissold branch-Mary Robinson, presidentg Florence Greenleaf, vice-president: Barbara Davis, secretaryg and Cherrie Pierce, treasurer. The june officers Were: Third period- Grace Reed, president: Lenore Ccrtion, vice- presidentp Annette Bickel, secretary: and Florence Mansfield, treasurer. Ninth period -Marjorie Schulz, president: jane Ward, vice-president: Marjorie Holmes, secretary: and june Waughop, treasurer. Clissold branch-Ctwo groups? Ann Wickham, presi- denty Lucille Bain, vice-presidentp Betty Chat- kin, secretaryp and Dorothy Conquest, treas- urer. Sophie Zayka, presidentg Virginia Grant, vice-presidentg Marjorie johnson, sec- retaryg and Michalina Galinski, treasurer. President, 3rd period, President, 9th period, President, 3rd period, esident, Sith peri d fall fall spring spring W t 9J Jin LL. A A Q Morton Coburn La Mair Walker Matoz Viking Boockford Bochrnan Poor Moll Nichols Chapel Zueqel Davis Thompson M,Davis Murray I. Moll Del-las Bucher D.Schaffer Heimbeck Turpin Kass Hart Boorem Redman Loesche Mitchell Peterson Bird Hillier lohnson Launspach Webb Pope Broadnax Iohnson Cooper Meredith Miller M. Shaffer Butler I. Redman R.Atkins Iordan Launspach Spitler White Sykes Whitman Miller Stevens Miss Condit Ward Griswold Huber Thomas Raines Artus Webb Rodqer Roach Pvle Kemp Viking Clemens Hall Stanley Van Gorkom Brodow Roper McCumber Hooper Miller Brocker Paddock 'Tocatlicln Parsons Adams Custer Mitchell Snape Gamit Palmer Iolly Glover Ryan Matoz Soltas Mathis Yancey Stanyer Secord Nahser Hillier Buckley E. Anderson Larson Caldwell Garretson Welhener Greqory Tonar Wiqand Reimers Nebel Ellison Foqelsonq Reich Black Se-cord Sundstrom leffrey Case Hines O'Neil McCumber Olsen Dingle Bradshaw Akenhead Christensen Reid Corcoran Keisler Ball McCornack Bushnell Cazel Berthold Brummerstedt Green Heifley Carr Holmes Ward Schulz Waughop Clay McCarthy Burns v61f Robert Haglund Virginia Crowley Ruth Malinsky Icseph Zink Victoria Rosati President, fall Vice-president Secretary Treasurer Alumni Secretary Commercial Club Cne of the most active and useful organ- izations in the school, both in the social and business field, is the Commercial Club. The club has a three-fold purpose: CD to render service to the school, not only through the Student's Exchange, but by furnishing effi- cient commercial work to any teacher or club desiring it: C27 to broaden the business outlook for the members by means of exhibi- tions, and through speakers: C35 to provide more social life for commercial students. This club was organized in l929 by Mrs. Ruth Schachtlie, who has been its advisor for the past seven years. Each semester a definite program is pre- pared to make the meetings interesting. The following program was planned for this se- mester: March l7, installation of new offi- cers, Edward Eisen and Pauline Palmer, chairmen: April l7, social meeting, Norma Palmquist, chairman: May l9, a speaker, Ethel Mae Nieder, chairman: Iune l6, a pic- nic, Lillian Kohr, chairman. During the fall semester 3576.00 was do- nated from the student's exchange to the following: free supplies for needy pupils, payment on curtains for Mr. Baker's office, filing cabinets for the bandroom and office, pinking scissors for sewing room, donation toward the Girls' Emblem Club, and a maga- zine subscription for the library. The officers for the fall semester were: Robert l-laglund, president: Virginia Crow- ley, vice-president: Ruth Malinsky, secre- tary: loseph Zink, treasurer: and Victoria Rosati, alumni-secretary. The officers for the spring semester were: Victoria Rosati, presi- dent: Harold Engler, vice-president: Iulia White, treasurer: George Kawalchuck, sec- retary: and Bernice Correll, alumni-secretary. Victoria Rosuti Harold Engler George Kowulchuk Iulia White Bernice Correll President, spring Vice-president Secretary Treasurer Alumni Secretary 162 1 q L Palmquist Shannon Morrall Haqlund Kohr Eisen Punter Sheiry Blornburq Rosaii Unruh Correll O'Shea Crowley Pyle Hooker Okuiowski Zink White Kowalchuk Mrs.R.E.Schachilie Fashbouqh Malinsky Becker we ' Hedrick Anqstrom Arthur Van-Kirk Hout Donovan Trendler Martishus Schmidt Skworch Bertossa Bradley Palmer McFarland Conway Yancey Holqcxte Iohnson Knudsen Knize Benjamin Enqler Nobbitt Schevdin 1631 . Courtney Sundstrom Ward Anqstrom Henss Stanley Wolter VanSteenberg Bates Pomeroy Hillier Nahser Karqe Cazel Crowley Snider Miller Brummerstedt B d T ' R ld Cl L L R Ad ro ow urpm eyno s oe arson unoe asmussen ams Longley Maher Dykeman Miss Kemp Hudell Siemen Cation One of the most helpful organizations of this school in developing the poise of the students is the Dramatic Club. This club, which Was recently given the name "Spot- lighters," has a two-fold purpose, which is to bring bigger and better plays to Empehi's stage and in doing so to give each member of the club some stage experience. To up- hold this purpose the members have pre- sented during the past year, eight entertain- ing one-act comedies, from which the pro- ceeds have been used to pay for the repair- ing and repainting of the scenery. Also many of these plays have been given in programs either for assemblies or in keep- ing With the free policy of the Student Asso- ciation. These and many other things, in- cluding participation in the evening per- formance given by the students for the Parent-Teacher Association in connection with Youth Week, have been accomplished during the past two semesters under the guidance of our adviser, Miss Kemp, and also under the direction and leadership of our two presidents, Dorothy Dykeman and Iohn Hudell. Undoubtedly the Work of lohn Hudell and Dorothy Dykeman should deserve some mention. Iohn has an unusual ability to turn a difficult part into a sucess. His handling of dialects added a great deal of humor to the plays. Dorothy distinguished herself by playing a major role in almost every pro- duction. The club officers elected for the fall semester were Dorothy Dykeman, president, Gerhardt Sauerman, vice presidentg Martha l-lewes, secretary, and Edith Clark, treasurer. For the spring semester the slate consisted of Iohn Hudell, presidentg Ianet Siemans, vice president: Barbara Maher, secretary, and Lanora Cation, treasurer. Gerhard! Sauerman Dorothy Dykeman Iohn Hudell Ianet Siemcm Vice-president President, fall President, spring Vice-president 1 64 Y 'N J R- Z Davis Ieftrey Cole O'Neill Dibos Loren Gould Sykes Henss Hines Holmes McCumber Hockert Viking Schwider Webb I.Secord M. Secord Reid R. Smith Roach Gierz Black Kemp Mokstad Hillier Larson Ryan Tocatlian Rider Knight Broadnax Akenhead James Nelson Reynolds McKinley Ruff Paddock Ewing Bird Brodow Launspach Coburn Howat Anderson Turpin Launspach Miss Petty Mrs.Hecht Tredup Freeman McCornack Cunningham Thompson The Latin Club, Sodalitas Latina, was founded in 1930, for the purpose of educat- ing its members in the language and cus- toms of the ancient Romans. To become a member of this club, one must either have passed his 2B semester in Latin with an eighty-five or better, or be studying third or fourth year Latin. As much of the procedure as possible takes place in a Roman manner. The officers are named as Roman officials, the initiations are carry-overs from Roman custom, and there is a celebration corre- sponding to the Roman feast, the Saturnalia. The president, at the end of his term, rules supreme for the last meeting, but at the end is "sacrificed to the gods." Every year the club holds a banquet near April 2l. The banquet this year Was held at the Congrega- tional Church. Sodalitas Latina gave an assembly in lanuary, presenting Payson Wild, well- known classicist of Chicago. They also gave to the school a bisque statue of "Diana and the Stag," an exact copy of the one in the Louvre at Paris. Diana was the old Roman goddess of the hunt and the moon. The Latin Club maintains a scholarship fund, which is given to the best needy senior entering college. Mrs. Harriet Hecht, with the able assistance of Miss Cora Petty and Miss Durkin, has brought the Latin Club successfully through another year. The club now has a membership of nearly fifty stu- dents. The officers for the fall semester were: Marjorie Holmes, first consulg Richard Mc- Cornack, second consul, lames Tredup, scribeg leannette Henss, quaestor. The offi- cers for the spring semester Were: lames Tredup, first consulg lean Launspach, second consulg leanne Turpin, scribeg and William Freeman, quaestor. l Iames Tredup Richard McCornack First Consul, spring A Secondr Consul Marjorie Holmes Ieun Launspach First Consul, fall Second Consul ll 1651 Spanish Club Pecher Normoyle Zuegel Van-Valkenburgh Gunderson Loren Crombie Hines McGrath Raines Tonar Knabe Ionsson lones Stevenson Woolley Larson Kerney Ward Iories Klein Thompson Brummerstedt Miller Scott Beeson Sorensen Shaffer Rasmussen Hadley Hines Diesel Iohnson T, Meyer Snape Wolf Yancey Keeler Stevens Larson Adams Kulhvi Glass Atkins Rosati Francis H. Meyer Tredup Hart Mowry Miss Brown Miss Holland Nevin Whitman Viall Stevens Hasskarl "El Circulo Espanol," one of the two lan- guage clubs of Empehi, Was founded in l927 and has been active since that time. lts purpose is to better acquaint the students of the Spanish language with the geogra- phy, the people, and the customs of our friends in Spain, Central and South America. Any student Who has successfully com- pleted two semesters of elementary Spanish is eligible for membership in this club. Among the highlights of the entertainment for the past semester were the illustrated lec- tures given by Miss lane Gahl, Miss Marie Bellinghausen, and Miss Mary Holland on their trips through South America last sum- mer. The club received the benefit of in- specting a varied collection of Spanish scrap books which were a project of the advanced classes. The program commitees have succeeded in obtaining slides and movies from steam- ship and railroad travel agencies. The Span- ish classes have cooperated by presenting many short plays in Spanish. The club has learned several Spanish songs which are sung at the meetings. The annual Spanish Club doughnut sale held in Empehi on April ll, proved a great success, judging from the large number of doughnuts which were sold. The officers of the club for the fall semes- ter were: lean Glass, presidentg Kathryn Ward, vice-president: Pearl Schreiber, sec- ond vice-presidenty Harry Nevin, secretaryp and Boardman Mowry, treasurer. The spring semester saw the club under the guidance of: Harry Nevin, president: lune Whitman, vice-president: Fern Hart, second vice-president, Boardman Mowry, secretary: and Constance Thompson, treas- urer. The invaluable aid given by Miss Holland, the adviser, helped the club through a very successful year. Iecm Glass Kathryne Ward President, fall Vice-president Harry Nevin Iune Whitman President, spring Vice-president Zoology Club i i iff Durling Schwickrath Weed Ward Keck Fischer Jones Griswold Roebuck Escheman Mills Wienold Sherard Westover St k t h l an ow we-sp a Crow Keating Waber Coburn Secord Reynolds Vernon Koch Woelfer Miller Baxa Greenman Mitchell Kotteman Brodow Cook Mitchell Smith Zirbel Rasmussen Day Howard Moll Webb Broadnax Ray Stone L.Iohnson Vosburgh Ellison Gardner Ward McCullagh Miss Babcock Kass folly Waughop Ehrler Beardsley A roving band of nature lovers are the members of the Zoology Club. Under the ad- visership of Miss Lucy Babcock, the Zoology Club, during the last year, has visited Tur- key Bun, the Chicago Live Stock Exhibition, and the Shedd Aquarium. At Turkey Bun, the members had a chance to wander through the woods and observe the spring bird migration. ln order to qualify for entrance in the Zoology Club, a student must have received a grade of eighty-five or better in Zoology. This proficiency plus a decided interest in living things has brought into the club fifty members. Always a live organization, Zoology Club was formed to promot est in the different forms of animal As proof of the fact that the animals which they are studying are intelligent beings, Snoozer, the Ideal Dog, was presented by Mr. Meredith of Wilson and Co. at an as- sembly which will be remembered for the astounding feats performed by the dog at the slightest suggestion of his trainer. The club invited the Botany Club to share in its Arbor Day meeting. Doctor Carpenter, pastor of the Methodist Church and a noted naturalist of this community, discussed the unusual bird slides which he showed. Officers for the fall semester were Harold McCullagh, president: lane Ward, vice-pres- ident, Marjorie Iolly, second vice-president: Anne Gardner secretary and Eunice Kass treasurer The officers chosen to succeed gill T f T' , I 1 . . . . , V ' . js, ll. l Babcock, Whose active int st d er- this slate for the spring semester are Eunice 5 ,X . d er ship has brought the club t its eps Ease president Mariorie Iolly vice presi ciency, has been f a 'V my denty Charles Beardsley, secretary: and Bob- ber of years. NE VY! ert Ehrler, treasurer. if'b42s9Xe' Harold McCullagh lane Ward President, fall Vice-president Eunice Kass Mariorie Iolly President, spring Vice-president . . w ..s,:'+ V , ? Welhener Van Valkenburqh Courtney O'Neil Holmes Ienkins Hariough Raines Wiqand Anqstrom Cooksey Ionsson Parsons Yancey Webb Eddy Iefirey Montague Long Turk Robbins Blanchard Parker Cusier Launspach Colley Forsell Tooker Cox Mrs.Hartle Cook Smit Sanders Henning McNeill Burd Olsen McCumber Schwickraih Ellison Schulz Dingle Sundstrorn Hillier Nichols Tompkins Bieqel Coburn Thompson Landeck Normoyle Vaupel Siemen Smith Crabbe Snape Dick lacobson Keeler Bradley Ryan Glover Miller Dudley Longley Launspach Turpin Davis Sturges McKay F all MAURINE CARRELL2 MARY lANE HORTONS IEANNE Tuapmg lANE IACOBSONS " ' WINIPRED lOl-INSONI ELEANOR LONGLEYQ ' ' ' MARY LOU DAVlS1 BETTY CONWELL? ---- IOAN LAUNSPACHJ GIRLS' GLEE CLUB i Q'-fiiwas 939: ilk? Spring . . . President. .. . . . .MURIEL COOK Vice-president .... i... I EANNE TURFIN . . . .Secretary. . . . . . .ELEANOR LONGLEY .....Librarian. . . .. HUMARY LOU DAVIS 1681 Gifford Iohnston Ellison VanderPloeq Grosscup Ingram Handbury Walther M. Aqgen Caldwell Welhener McCumbsr R.Aqqen Hesse Coburn Larson Pape Mokstad Russell Jeffrey Robbins Conant Davis Broadnax Miichell Launspach Spillman E. Iohnson W.Iohnson Rasmussen Secord Cook Dick Henninqion Yancey Launspach Cox Holmes Griswold Nelsen Stevens Crowder Mrs. Harile R. Anderson Henning Sanders Zandsira Muench Dershem Iackson I.Spiers Williams Asklund Gabriel McGrath Kiich Haskell Iones Grosscun Anderson Putz Tohnsion Vander Ploeq Agqen M. Larson Gorsuch Durlinq Wienold 1 TED ZANDSTRA MARY GIFFORD. . . . BILL FREEMAN. Fall RUSSEL SNIP. .. NO OFFICER. . . DAVID VANDERPLOEG. . . Tairo Waber Upp Rennie Koch Aqqen R. Glover Beardsley Waterman Crowder Vfalther Miss Dole Fornell Zandstra R.Anderson A CAPELLA . . . President. . . . . .Vice-presideril, . . . .Se-cy.-Treas.. . BOYS' GLEE CLUB . . . .P'T9SIdGI1l. . . . . ,Vice-president. . . . ,Secy.-Treas.. . . 1691 Spring . . .TED ZANDSTRA . . . .MARY GIFFORD , . .IANE CALDWELL Spring WILLIAM WALTHER . . . .DICK WILLIAMS . . . .GEORGE EVANS Hillier Knabe Gasperik Sykes Hockert Van Valkenburgh Morgan Gregory Ksllams Boorem Kemp Webb Nowels Launspach Zueqel Karqe Launspach Miss Monsch Moll Davis Turpen Sheedy Duer Durlinq Poor Mayer Taxis Musser Schulz Custer Ienson Trepiow Larson Drinkwatsr Damrow Bruner Crow Iohnsori Davis Nelson Stemburq Farquhar Smith Storrs H.Meyer IMS-yer Kernsy Hemerlway Fischer MfS.BfOOlC Knudssri Iacobs Palmer BOTANY CLUB Fall Spring IEAN LAUNSPACH .... .... F resident .... . , .IOAN LAUNSPACI-I MARY DAVIS ....... .... V ice-president. . . ...... ALICE MOLL ROGER SMITH ....,,.. .... S ecretary .... ....... M ARY DAVIS DOROTHY ZUEGAL ..,.. .... T reasurer .... .... D ORTHEA KARGE STAMP AND COIN CLUB Fall Spring DONALD FISCHER .... ...... F reside-nt ....... ..... H AROLD KNUDSEN IUANITA IENSEN . . .... Ist Vice-president .... ....... P AULINE PALMER ROBERT IACOBS .... . . .2ricl Vice-presidsni. . GEORGE HEMINGWAY IOHN MEYER ....... HAROLD KNUDSEN ..... . . .... . Secretary. . . . ,...Treasurer. . .. 1 Y . . . . . . .ROBERT KEARNEY . . . . .IOHN MEYER 5 'Dnfivf fa-1.04un A 44 Porter Turner Freeman Pope Brown Campbell Stanton Mix Blood Armstrong Bethke Beardsley Ierome Naqler Nevin Muench Tredup Stadle R. lohnson Kowalchuk Henderson Williams Benjamin Grosscup Gardner Barnett Mathers Shoemaker R.Anderson Gre n Thulin Daly Pruit Bickel Thompson Stombeck Hibbard Iones Shannon Sundstrom Secord Rider Grossman Cnafee Laqerstrom Diesel Moll Brown Barry Rasmussen VanGorl:om Nelson McCumber Shaffer Glass Bradley Curtis Launspach Conway Kruse Powers Miss Kurz Damrow McGalliard Stone Zarth Gole Chapel Boockford Gardner Fardy Bucher Iohnson Adams Runq Diesel Damrow' HI-Y Full BILL OVERMAN. . . ..... President. . . BILL WEBBE. . . .... Viceepresident. BOB BARNETT. . . ...,. Secretary. . . BOB BARNETT. . . .... Treasurer. . , DANCING CLUB Full IEAN DALY .... MAURINE CARRELL .... . . . FLORENCE HAGAR .,.,. BETTY GOLE ....... ......F'resident.., .Vice-president. . . .Secre-tary. . . . . Treasurer. . . . 71 , Spring . JOHN GARDNER FRANK BENIAMIN . . . .BOB BARNETT JACK GROSSCUP Spring . . . .IEANNETTE BUCHER . . . .... LAVERNE IOHNSON . ..... VIOLET ADAMS WNINIFRED FARLEY Clarke Ehrler Perkins Dibos Valentine Lose-ff Glenn Iensen Hoffman Poor Caine Thomas Scott Mathis Clay Jones Maysack Mowry Miller Wallace Weed Kernev Ienson Bobisuthi Clay Tohnson M. Dingle Sener H. Dingle Mathis Hillier Clarke Flanagan Dunworth Brill Brodow Palmer Fall ARNOLD IONES ..... ELI SOCOLOFF .... MARSHALL HILL .... PRED MERCER .... Fall CATHRYN WILLIAMS ..... . . EDWARD TOOPER .... . . . SHIRLEY FORSELL. . HARRY NEVIN .... Zaciher Nevin Mr. Gay Priichard Forsell Ehrler Miller FENCING CLUB . . .lyresidenh . . .Vice-president. . . .Secretaryn . . . . .'I'reasurer. . . CAMERA CLUB . . .President . . . Vice-president. . . . Secretary. . . . . .Treasurer . . 1721 Spring . . . ...... ARNOLD IONES . . .EDWARD LOSEFF . . . . . . .NO OFFICER . . . .ESTHER MILLER Spring EUGENE PRITCI-IARD . . . . . .HARRY NEVIN . .SHIRLEY EORSELL . . . .ROBERT EHRLER Shuba Mover Bogan Neben Fitch Moses Lyon Goldsmith Grange f Baillie Stage Curtis Hunter '73 The Stage Crew is a very c e knit organization consisting of eleven hardqk ing and technically-minded students who have the custodianship of school propertie valued at more than 358000. The Stage CreW's duties range from preparing the stage for music classes to planning and pro- ducing scenic effects for the various the- atrical productions. The crew collaborates with the Student Association, the Ridge Forum, the Parent-Teacher's Association, and other community groups in presenting entertainment to the students of Empehi and the residents of the Ridge. Each member of the crew must be trained in teamwork and the care and handling of the stage equipment. lt is necessary for him to devote almost all of his time after school and his free periods during the day to the stage in order that he may perform his duties swiftly and accurately. The valuable aid of our faulty adviser, Mr. Hunter, plays an important part in the work of the crew. The successful work of the crew is due largely to his cooperation and guidance. His right hand man is the stage manager. This position is attained through appointment by Mr. Hunter. Dave Maver has held this position for the year 1935-'30 Dave Goldsmith has been ap- pointed to hold the position of stage man- ager for the coming semester. 1 f xx s x -. Wx '- X X X , A Sw? N X 'Y f" 5 i 4 fr l Gifford Devitt Crombie Nebel Sooy Crosmcxn Symons Ieffrey Stcmyer Gloss Brczdshcxw Swecxrinqen Bcxrtee Eddy Coburn Morgan Austin Mitchell Soltas Mathis Sykes Hadley Ernst Miss Bauman Bebb Crcbbe Brown 1741 PHOTO STAFF Flanagan Pritchard Zacher Bob Suth Quill and Scroll The Morgan Park chapter of Quill and Scroll was organized by Mis Margaret Stur- geon in l929. Chapters in this, the inter- national honorary society for high school journalists, are located in every state in the Union, England, China, British Honduras and Alaska. journalist members from schools which are outstanding in the quality of their publication work number over fif- teen thousand. Five requirements must be met before a student may become a Quill and Scroll member. He must be of junior standing, be in the upper third of his class, have done some superior Work in some phase of jour- nalism, be recommended by his chapter's adviser and be approved by the national executive secretary. Morgan Park's Club presented a variety of interesting activities to its members during the l935-l936 school year. Robert E. Morningstar, noted journalist, lecturer, traveler, and amateur photogra- pher, gave an informal talk at the Novem- ber 9 meeting, preceding his lecture to the Student Association. He told of his experi- ences as an old-time newspaper man. Two sets of officers are elected by the club each year. The first, which served during the fall semester, included Roger Anderson, presidentg Helen Cflennon, vice-presidenty lean Glass, secretary: and Parke Loren, treasurer. The spring semester officers were lean Glass, president: lack McCune, vice- presidentg Muriel Cook, secretaryp and Ray Wolf, treasurer. Eight Quill and Scroll students were grad- uated during the year. They are Roger An- derson, Mary Elizabeth Bebb, lean Glass, Marian Smith, luanita lensen, Paul Hender- son, Helen Glennon and Parke Loren, 1751 Robert Von Behren Paulette Starz Andrew Hoiqard Henrietta Fisher President, tall Vice-president Secretary Treasurer Clissold Student Association The second successful year of the branch at Clissold has been completed. The stu- dents feel privileged rather than discrim- inated against in having their freshman year at the branch. Among the largest tac- tors in this success were the social activities and intra-mural class competition, started by Robert von Behren, president, Paulette Starz, vice-presidentp Andrew Hoigard, secretary, and Henrietta Fisher, treasurer, for the tirst semester of the Student Association. These things were greatly enlarged upon by add- ing the Board of Control, Girl Reserves, and a Tennis club to the student body organiza- tions by Barbara Miles, president: Garretson Humphreys, vice-presidentg leanette Rene- vier, secretary, and Iohn Ruhl, treasurer, for the last semester. The Student Court has functioned very well under the guidance of Marcia Cruse, judge, the recorder, Nancy Doerr, and Bar- bara Davis, Robert Snip and Henrietta Fisher, jurors tor the first semester. The offi- cers tor the last semester were judge, Ruth Poor, recorder, Barbara Davis: Marjorie Chivers, Rudolph Kottemann and Robert McKee, jurors. During the year the two newly organized Girl Reserve units have sponsored several candy sales and popcorn sales. They also sponsored yarn dolls and bow day sales. A roller skating party was given to complete the semester of rapid progress. The branch reporters for the Empehi News acted well under the direction of Elaine Kuehene and Carol Franson as the chief and assistant re- porters, respectively. The sales committee has successfully handled all the ticket sales for the year, including the sale of tickets tor the Student Association activities. Barbara Miles Garretson Humphreys Ieanette Renevier lohn Ruhl President, spring Vice-president Secretary TIGCISUIQI' Y 76 1 Kottemcmn Chivers McKee Poor Dclvis Hewes Becxtdsley Fcxshbcruqh Zcwku Herrod Poor Gregson Hyde Nelson Lindhoim Jacobson Ruhi Miles Mr. Specht Rerievier Humphreys Wickham 1771 Sodersirom Kottemcmn Geary Miles Simms Dismore Samuels Browere Loving Wickham Humphreys Hewes Seltzer Samuels Iett Davis Reade Conquest Cleveland Newton Tyler Herrcd B.Davis Kuehene Jacobsen Kczmmerer Dasher Cox bb Beall Rogers Slcry Hanna May EiQl:::: Thcrxpsen Grecjscn Chivers Deiieukelcer Iclznscn Hawxhcrne Grossrnann Paskaukas Bai: McGauqhy Klecka Chaiki: Azzarrellc Gauze Greebe Richie: Farrelly MacFarlane Burnet Davidson Odell Pans Flini Miller Henderscn Winters Thompson Searies Peis Gcxldiesus Mctzhews Dunbar Benner VcnderVleii Vcnder Franscn 1781 R. O. T. C. The Morgan Park High school B. O. T. C. unit has the distinction of holding the rank of honor school for two successive years, Which, until l934, had been held only twice by this unit, once in l923 and again in l929. Last lune, Sergeant H. E. Parrett, military instructor for nine years, left to take a post in that capacity at Senn High school. ln Sep- tember, Sergeant I. l. Dignan became Empehi's military instructor, which position he occupied until his death early in March. After a short time under the leadership of Sergeant Albert l. Cloutier, command of the until again reverted to Sergeant Parrett. Principal among the improvements made in the past year is the forming of a regimental organization of two battalions. The regi- mental staff for the second semester con- sisted of Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Raymond Pascoe, commanding, Cadet Major lames Cunningham, executive officer, Cadet Cap- tain William Freeman, adjutant, Cadet Cap- tain Delmar lames, plans and training offi- cer, and Cadet First Lieutenant Robert Hod- son, supply officer. The Cadet Officers' club of the B. O. T. C. has continued to operate efficiently all this year, despite the many changes and read- justments. During the past scholastic year the club has placed two of its members on the Chicago High School Brigade Staff: Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Arthur lohnsen and Cadet Major Byron Crosman, Officers of the club for the first semester were Arthur lohnsen, president, Frank Ierome, vice-presi- dent, George Evans, secretary, and Harry Benner, treasurer. The second semester offi- cers included Byron Crosman, president, Harry Benner, vice-president, Delmar lames, secretary, and Frank Shoemaker, treasurer. 79 Lorentz Kemey Roebuck D.Thomc1s Schobinqer Ish DeRur1tz Wallace Phelps Schuba Mullen Ketchum Schroll Harvey Miller Drinkwcxier lvlorison Bredluu Hager Iudd Per kins Iohnson Stanley Gorsuch 'Treptow Holdsworth Hill Iohnson Gwin Dinsmore Upp P.'Thomss Sticxqleman Hohhof Kcrmin Hcxle Nelson Hoclscm Buynitzsky Porter Dibos Sq1.Diqncm Riddle Spangler Mathis Stanton Belhke 1801 1 1 z i 5 I 1 1 E . 3 I I 1811 - .. 4- A 4. Turner Schabinqer D. Thomas Kammerer Gabriel Hodson DeRuntz Conway Haediler Eames Hill F Thomas Stanlev Gorsuch Spangler H. Mathis Kerney Bergman R. Beniamin Behrens Shoemaker, E. Maihis F. Benjamin i-'ashbaugh Benner Cunningham I. Evans Pritchard Bcbieuthi Brill Busch Fashbauqh Campbell Freeman Benjamin Ranney 'Turner Ewert Pascoe Haedtler I. Evans Hucicpp Jerome Cunningham Behrens Shoemaker Sqt.Diqnan Benner james McCormack 1 82 - I 1 4 1 w w 1 1 w 1 183, 4 1. Winnie Iohnson 4. Doris Alt 7. Sully Moormcrn 2. Bev Dick 5. Mac McKnight 8. Lee Taylor 3. Paul Brown 6. Anna 9. Musty Barker 1851 I-ILETI 1 1. , V. Although one of the smallest schools in the city, Morgan Park's athletic teams hold an enviable position of respect in city high school sport circles. Often with a team of small size and few stars of great ability Empehi has, with sheer will to win and de- termination, succeeded in downing schools of much greater size and supposedly better ability. The Morgan Park spirit has been shown in the scoring columns in many ways. A football championship, runner-up the fol- lowing year, a sustained, exceptional record by the swimming team, winning basketball squads and baseball nines, two city wres- tling champions, and a team of golfers thal were nosed out of the city championship by a few strokes. Much of the credit for the showing of our teams should be given the coaches whose painstaking and efficient work is the great- est factor in an athletic team's success. On the capable shoulders of Dick Tweedie rests the responsibilities of the position of Athletic Director. His difficult job is that of supervis- ing all sports and attending to all the details of eligibility, game sites, and outside rela- tions. He adds to this the coaching of golf and tennis. Three sports claim the attention of Robert C. Antonides. Under his tutelage, the football, wrestling, and baseball teams have made a name for themselves. His en- thusiasm and popularity with his charges are the main reasons for his success as a coach. Swimming at Morgan Park is directed by Coach Robert Maysack, or as he is better known, "Pop". Under his coaching the tank- men have had continual winning seasons. Always with a well developed all around team, "Pop" has the added distinction of having built up many individual stars. Thomas Roberts is the newest addition to Empehi's coaching staff. Coming here only last year he has not had time to develop any teams. He is in charge of basketball and in his first year has shown his intentions of presenting Morgan Park with many cham- pionships in basketball. 1891 A Emblem Club Nagler, Kowalchuk Grosscup Schuffert Heckmann Benjamin Gallarneau Elliott Donovan Gribnitz Paxton Moorman Overman Pope Hartanov Riddle Blood Bethke Hanson McKinley Jerome Ingram Heener Dillon Havey Haglund Iohnson Rich Robinson Hall Banger Armstrong Barker Becker Stearns Anderson Mathers Football Basketball Swimming Bob Ingram Warren Hall Iohn Stearns Roger Anderson George Kowalchuk Wilbert Heckman Frank Benjamin William Elliot lack Donovan Dick Stanton Iohn Roby William Pierce Paul Govedare Vincent Owles Byron Crosman Bill Webbe Walter Nagler, Mgr. Graeme Paxton lohn l-lartanov Art Pope lohn McKnight Orton Alkire Bud McKinley lack Dillon Ioe Heeney Bob Havey Bob Iohnson Bob Mathers Si Schuttert Bay Becker, Mgr. Baseball Charles Moorman Bill Overman lohn Hartanov Dick Banger Carl Anderson 1901 Bill Overman lohn Stearns Dick Armstrong Fillmore Hansen Greg Barker lohn Biddle Hugh Gallarneau lack Robinson lack Grosscup Art Bethke Frank lerome Wrestling Charles Moorman Gene Rich Bill Gribnitz Ed Anderson George Flagler Golf Bill Webbe Robert Haglund Football l935 Coach Antonides QI Although the,5Te'enYa:1-d White tide did not take the championship this year, it was one of the strongest teams in the city. Before the season started there Was little hope for the squad because of its diminutive size. When the season closed it Was a different story. Pluck and grit had elevated it to un- disputed second place in the South section with only one unfortunate defeat marring its record. The gridders of '35 proved that any team with a will to Win could go far in football competition. Empehi played the first game of a tough season with a strong Fenger team and came through with a scoreless tie. On the next Saturday afternoon We took on Harper and beat them with a score of 12 to 2. Parker Was our next opponent and although out- played in the first half came back in the second to turn back the Green Wave by 12 to O. Calumet, our traditional rival came next. However they proved to be below our standard and were on the short end of a lO to O score when the last whistle blew. Bowen on the following Saturday was tougher and gave Empehi a chance to exhibit what it could do under competition. We fought out a 6 to O victory. The season closed with a tussle With Hirsch in Which the gridmen earned an easy victory with the score stand- ing at 12 to 0. Paul Govedcxre. skillful halfback for two seasons, was given the honor of leading the '35 football machine. Paul turned in one of the finest jobs in the history of Empehi, both as a leader and as an active member of a championship contending team. His punt- ing, running and tackling will long be re- membered by all who saw him in action on the gridiron. His leadership talents were ex- pressed by the esteem and respect in which he was held by his teammates. He was mentioned on many all-star elevens. Dick Banger had the difficult position of alternate quarterback. His duty, in which he shone, was frequently that of taking direc- tion of the team when the going was the toughest. Last season was Dick's first on the football team and from the talent he has shown, he will be one of the mainstays of next year's team. He has shown promise of becoming an excellent passer and a tricky runner. The knowledge he amassed last season will be an invaluable asset to Mor- gan Park's eleven of '36. WarrentHa11, crashing fullback and half- back, was one of the spark plugs of last fall's team. His DSIDDY spirit, his vicious de- fense .and his line plunging were large fac- tors in the respect in which Morgan Park was held by their opponents. His intercep- tion of enemy passes often stopped drives that might have been fatal to the Green and White cause. His running made one think of Berwanger with his peculiar twists and cut- backs. Hall's position will be a hard one to fill this fall. Dick Stanton was the sophomore star of the gridders of '35. With Stanton on the field, the Morgan Park rooters always felt a little more confident about stopping that enemy rush. His stellar line pounding and clean tackles were a joy to Empehi last fall and will continue to be a fixture for the next two years. Many points will be expected from husky Dick next year in his many line plunges. His splendid defence tactics are also one of the bases of the hope for a cham- pionship next season. George Kowalchuk, diminutive quarter- back, was the able field general of the team. Much credit for the showing of the squad must be given to "Boscoe" for his clever han- dling of the strategy that is such an impor- tant cog in a winning football machine. Small in stature, he made up for it in fight and determination. He was a veteran of the previous season and the experience he gained aided him in becoming one of the most dependable safety men developed at Morgan Park. Bob Ingram. better known as "lggy," was the dependable left end of the team. Only a junior, he displayed some of the best talent on the squad. His work was as good as to be recognized by the placing of his name on many all-star teams. Converted from the backfield, he was exceptionally speedy in getting down on punts and making the tackle. His pep, skill and fight wlil be vital factors in the success of next year's team, of which he has been elected co-captain. Tom Staffelbach made a name for himself when he was given an opportunity to play the regular end post in place of Ingram, who was out with a back injury for a few games. Tom's light weight was more than offset by his aggressive play and terrific speed. lt was Tom who traveled down under Gove- dare's long punts and nailed the man before he could take a step. He was also known for his speedy charges into enemy territory, smearing the runner before he arrived at the line of scrimmage. Red Donovan probably was the streak you saw tearing into the enemy backfield last season, smothering their plays before they got started. This bundle of energy played the end position with a spirit and a desire to win seldom seen on a high school gridiron. "Murph" played with an abandon that was belied by his usually serene countenance. The fire of his play was matched only by the hue of his hair. He will be missed most by Coach Antonides when it comes time to make out the roster of next year's squad. Chet Wetterlund. until ineligible late in the season, played a bang-up game at the left half position, alternating with Bill Webbe. Accurate passing and shifty running were two qualities that made Chet a very handy man to have around on the day of an im- portant football contest. Although he was hampered by injuries during a great part of the schedule, he often made runs which brought the stands to their feet. The team missed Chet's work greatly when he was declared ineligible for the last two games. Bud Owles at center proved to be one ot the standouts of the team. His dependa- bility, grim defense of our goal, and spirit made him the best pivot men of the section. His popularity and leadership gained recog- nition when he was honored by appointment as acting captain when Govedare was in- jured. Bud held up the tradition of the ex- cellency of Morgan Park's centers by receiv- ing places on quite a few all star teams picked by sports writers and coaches. Although light in weight he had the will to win. Bill Pierce played right guard with skill that 'is seldom seen outside of collegiate play. His furious tackles while backing up the line will place him on a firm pedestal in Empehi's Football Hall of Fame. A vet- eran of two years, his smashing of inter- ference and nailing of the ball carrier was a source of pride to Morgan Park's students. Bill's blocking was of the best. It was he who led our interference and paved the way for many Green and White touchdowns. Will Heckman did some of the best work in the section at guard. His stubborn resist- ance to the plunges of the opposing team's backs and his dynamic charges while open- ing holes for our own backfield men, earned for him the position of one of the outstand- ing juniors in the city. Will was a member of the Green and White line over which not one point was scored all season. He has been chosen co-captain of next year's team by his teammates and is considered an all city prospect. Rog Anderson. Colossal, stupendous,- Ah! Words fail me. Undoubtedly an All- American prospect at tackle. The snaky hips of Berwanger, the charge of the Four Horse- men and an undying desire to fight for Siwash or any other school that will make a better offer. Time after time we have watched him motion the rest of the line out of the play and tackle the runner and four of the interference and come out of it with nothing more than a broken nose. lEditor's Note: Anderson, how you can shovel itll Jumbo Elliot is all his name implies. Large of build Cin fact terrificl, he had all the power of a raging mastodon. When lumbo got going even the spectators in the stands held onto their seats with more vigor. His charges often left paths similar to those of major tornadoes, with debris and fallen gridmen strewing the scene. Bill, as he is sometimes known, did all of this work at the tackle position. He was a veteran of the team which played for the city title. Kong Crossman may look gentle but don't let his looks fool you. The donning of a foot- ball uniform by Kong is similar to the lekyl and Hyde affair. lt transforms him from his usual happy-go-lucky self to a raging beast, hungry for meat. His ferocious slashes into enemy territory stopped many of their rushes before their backs had shifted into high. Though only his first year on the squad this blond giant, by his fiery play, won the esteem of all who saw him play. Dick Morton played a scrCtDDY game at guard. Overcoming his handicap of light weight, he even found his way into the line- up as a tackle and fought with the biggest of them, making up for their brawn by sheer spirit and a grim determination to win. Dick was one of the surprises of the team. Playing with the reserves as a junior, he came through in his last year to win a firm place on the varsity. "Mo" is an example of what can be done with hard work coupled with determination. Coach Roberts Basketball For the third successive year Morgan Park has had a new basketball coach. Thomas B. Roberts in his tirst year at Mor- gan Park did not meet with much success. However, he firmly believes that after he becomes more acquainted with the players and they get accustomed to his methods, the showing of his teams will improve. Major letters tor the seniors were awarded to Captain Art Pope and Graeme Paxton at the forwardsp Bob Mathers at center, and loe Heeny, Bob Havey and lack Snyder at the guards. luniors receiving major letters were Captain Bob lohnson and Al Morrison at the iorwardsg Ed Kosel at center, and San- ford Ioyner and Bud McKinlay at the guards. SCORES Seniors luniors Morgan Park ..... Morgan Park. Englewood .. Englewood .. Morgan Park ..... Harper .......... Morgan Park ..... Hyde Park ....... Morgan Park ..... Parker ........... Morgan Park ..... Calumet ......... Morgan Park ..... Fenger .......... Morgan Park ..... Hirsch .......... Morgan Park ..... Bowen .......... 1961 Morgan Park. Harper ...... Morgan Park. Hyde Park. . . Morgan Park. Parker ...... Morgan Park. Calumet ..... Morgan Park. Fenger ...... Morgan Park. Hirsch ....... Morgan Park. Bowen ...... 97 Coach Maysuck Swimming IUNIORS Morgan Park's Iunior swimming team made a very good record for themselves during the past season in spite of the fact that they lost five of their mainstays to the Senior team. During this term they Won all but two meets. Art Bethke was the outstand- ing swimmer of the year. Specializing in crawl and breast stroke he won constantly throughout the season. Backing their captain to the highest degree were a team of mighty good mermen. Warren Brown and Ray Gas- seler were usually among the first two to finish in the crawl, while Chuck Beardsley and Phil Upp showed their Worth as divers by bringing in more than their quota of points. The city meet, the big event of the year proved the ability of our stars. Art Bethke finished second in the fifty yard breast and the medley relay composed of Art, Warren Brown and Bill Oldacre, fin- ished fourth. SENIORS Morgan Park's Senior swimming team made the finest showing of any of Morgan Park's best aquatic teams. The team easily won in meets with the majority of the teams in the South Section, and with only one team, Parker, did they tie in a meet. The team was not one which was carried along by a few stars, but rather a team in which every man did his part for the school. The outlook for the team at the beginning of the season was rather poor, because of the great number, of swimmers who were lost after the preceding semester. 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Ingram SCORES 29 Clark .... Hammond Morton . . . 40 Blue Island 16 Fenger . . . 8 Tilden . . 17 Lindblom . 30 Calumet . 21 Bowen .. 10 21 5 5 28 34 23 9 22 The team of grapplers, under the able tute- lage of Coach Antonides, brought the season of '36 to a close in the City meets last March 27 and 28. Lacking the services of four regu- lars who were lost by graduation, Coach Antonides immediate problem was the de- velopment of new material to complete his team. Although some Weights were well sup- plied, others were faced with a lack of material. ln these cases Coach Antonides often substituted lighter men who proved not only proficient but usually tacked down firmly their heavier opponents. The team experienced a good season but met defeat at the hands of some stronger schools. The climax of the season was reached when Edward Anderson proved his superiority over all the other contestants in the city in the 155 pound division. This was the second championship in Empehi's mat history. An- derson also remained undefeated through- out the entire season, Winning every bout by either a fall or time advantage. Bob Ingram, also 155 pounds, contested closely with Anderson and finished in third place in the City meet. The first string wrestlers were Siemens, Durling, Rich, Tattershall, Flagler, Moorman, Kowalchuk, Ingram, Ed Anderson, Phil Govedare and Bog Anderson. 'IOO' Schaefer Glenn Malinsky Halle McGrath Howat Blumenschein Larson Hilgendorf Stewart Lytton DiCola Casey Stratton Iacobs Heeney Franzen Yursis Kowalchuk Moorrnan Iohnson Hump 1 IOI The Morgan Park baseball team experi- enced its most successful season in years. From a hopeless inexperienced team at the beginning of the season, Coach Robert An- tonides rounded out a sectional contender. At this Writing, the team is in second place with four victories and two defeats. An im- portant factor in the team's success was Alex Yursis, veteran pitcher, who has pitched practically all of Empehi's games: winning four and losing one. Fred Holle, Frank McGrath, Bud Stuart, and Robert Stratton complete the staff. Yursis was helped by the splendid aid he received from the catching staff, headed by George Kowalchuk, sturdy backstop. Chuck Moorman, veteran catcher, also saw service. Another vital cog in the team's success was the playing of Bob Iohnson, hard-hitting short stop. Ioe Heeney and Ed Hilgendorf alternated at first base. Paul Franzen played second while Bob Casey saw action in a few games. Anthony Di Cola and Fred Lytton alternated at third base. The outfield, com- posed of Lester Bump, Claude Schaeffer and Chuck Moorman or Winston Glenn, was very fast and showed plenty of power at bat. 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Cuticle Callahan and Manicure Manz Adviser . . . .............................. O. Zilch VOL. l. NO. ll GRADUATION With strenuous objections on the part of the students and sighs of relief from the faculty the class of Iune '36 was graduated last night in the swimming pool. The scene dripped with dignity as the seniors solemnly swam the length of the pool to the accompaniment of the sweet and flowing strains of Benny Goodman playing Christo- pher Columbus. Mr. Harry iPrinciel Baker gave a stirring address on "Why that guy Lorentz gets in my hair." The scene was chosen by a committee of the faculty consist- ing of Lil Condit, Annie Callahan, Ed CTruckin'l Meyers and Barnacle Gay. They explained that the class having been all wet through high school so why have a drought on parole day. Among those who received their walking papers were Ort Alkire, whose long and distinguished career iespecial- ly longl won for him a scholarship at the House of David Barber College: Tiptoe Hodson, who earned a place in Empehi's Hall of Fame as an esthetic "dancer"5 "Affec- tion Hatfield," an announcer's daughter who was always on the "mike"p and Swing McOumber, well known torch singer on Bed Hot and Way Low Down program. A graduation shower was held in the locker room at which Trixie Gallarneau did parlor tricks. Due to a mis- calculation he unfortunately slid down the drain. The difficulty was soon straightened out as was also Gallar- neau. Astaire Bruner gave a reading on "I Got Rhythm" with slides. At this point nobody was left but the next CContinued on Page 1177 if 1 our program for morgan park Gum parking machines on all desks to be kept at body temperature. To be used while shooting off your mouth on your homework and why you haven't got it. Earmuffs for every desk. Child psychology courses so you can figure out the teachers and why they flunk you. Bigger and better social room with softer chairs and sofas. Any teacher who mentions feet on the furniture will receive three discipline cards with recommendation for suspension. No homework, absolutely no homework. No, no, home- work. No, not even you, Mrs. Hecht. - famous last words "Chi Mr. Lorentz. l didnt know we couldnt smoke in front of school." C'l'ally in one of this frequent chats with George on current topics.l "lust how fast did you say that Studey of yours could go, Mr. Gay?" tLast words for two periods at least. ln- valuable on the day of an examj "Miss Callahan, may l photograph . . . Ouch, oof, g-g- g-g iindicates death rattlelf' "Excuse my dust." i' 1' 'k 'k "lust a minute while l try some nitric." CHOQQ, the mad chemist in an off momentj ai- sl' 'lr S? "Does this annual go to press "this" week, Miss Hol- der?" wk' 51' 'I' 51' "Will you repeat that, Mr. Meyers?" 'R' ir 1? 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