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

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+9 My Ll ',L., Jsfxf XXL-'J . sf! "'x ' A .Vt f , "X, k Q Qwwjdw, R2 P Wx? gjjffi,,M SLA fi W? Q My ,V www f Q pf' , WWQSESFXHJWQ mfr v W affix HW 5453? 55? JN gifs 5 5 Q!! My ff lwff , ,gk N . ixDQ5.k3-QQCQEQE.-zfxx, Qfii. Qafifgg W ,M WH! MMQM ff gggqilii. 5 MW N 15315 MV Mmxwxbb A f , j,w'6Q' i:? ?- 2f ,lf W ww? ff-f 'WM W QM Q WQ fZ'LQ-fxq My QQ if jg? M My J l F 5 E E S Wu- DOROTHY H. CELLA ADVISER SHIRLEY BLACK EDITOR-IN-CHIEF CHARLES DRINKWATER LITERARY EDITOR ROBERT CROW BUSINESS MANAGER WARREN BRCJWN SPORTS EDITOR SIAII je EMFQAZ . . lf 1938 PRESENTING A GRAPHIC ACCOUNT OF ACTIVITIES AT organ par! ASA! 9 C00 PUBLISHED av THE STUDENT ASSOCIATION CHICAGO, ILLINOIS ibepkcafion It's a long time back to a March day in eighteen hundred eighty-two, when cr young German lad landed in this land of ours. He grew through the stranger's hardships here as rapidly and well as he has grown into the hearts of all whom have known him. Without any knowledge of the English language he entered a Chicago grade school and by the time he was fifteen, had mastered a course in business school and was working in a wholesale grocery store. For sixteen years he worked during the day and in the evening went to night school. A breakdown from overwork necessitated a change to another line of work. Capitalizing on earlier athletic experience he entered the field of physical educa- tion. He came to us a little over ten years ago and entered our commercial department in nineteen hundred thirty-one. During this school year he left us, having retired at the age of sixty-five. To him, Robert E. Maysack, we dedicate this chapter of the history of Empehi. Good-bye, "Pop", it has been grand knowing you. fengerf gi mwffz As the school year i937-1938 draws to a close, l wish to utilize this opportunity to express my deep appreciation to the members of the faculty and to those students of Empehi who have so willingly and unselfishly co-op- erated in making of this school year the success it has been. The year has been marked by many worth-While achievements. Another mile- post has passed. Time marches on! Opportunity is something represented as a mythical person having a lock of hair over- hanging his brow but bald behind. Opportu- nity had to be seized as it approached each mortal. When it had passed, it could not be seized and made to do one's bidding. lf we have failed to capitalize upon our opportunities during the year which has just been written into the records, may we profit by our past mistakes and look forward to the coming year with con- fidence and determination to make the most of our talents and abilities. Some Italian philosopher has declared, "time is my estate." But an estate will produce nothing without careful cultivation, but will generously repay the labors of industry. Assiduous appli- cation performs a double function. It not only produces a bountiful harvest but in order to achieve this result, it must at the same time sub- jugate and lay low all noxious plants which choke the better impulses of our natures. Not what men do worthily, but what they do successfully, is what is most highly prized by succeeding generations. rilfzwyfucz, 3 ewage i o w 2 1 f Qx 4+ ?"'i"--. H Q ,wwf C2olf2fa1,z'rL Gorge Jorenfz Captain Georqe G. Lorentz, assistant principal of the Morgan Park Hiqh School, though stern in deportment matters, is a favorite of everyone. We love him and will miss him. it H , , 5 ' : ! A vt f , 1 ' I 4, 'V' .fy if r' I V .' vi? ,9 .4 -? sl f-X N ix cclzcuzf fader 7 Q- Jof 1938 ESTON V. TUBBS, Principal GEORGE G. LORENTZ, Ass't Principal ROBERT C. ANTONIDES, Physical Education, LUCY E. BABCOCK, Science ALMA BAU- MAN, English MARGARET BARRY, Substitute RICHARD BEARDSLEY, Mathe- matics BESSIE B. BELL, Science: MARIE BELLINGHAUSEN, Language GENEVI- EVE M. BROOK, Adist. HARRIET S. BROWN, Language WILLIAM B. CALKINS. Commercial ANNA I. CALLAHAN, Social Studies DOROTHY H. CELLA, Social Studies MILDRED I. COLLINS, Social Studies LILLIAN CONDIT, English M. MEROE CONLAN, Language LORETTO R. DELAHUNT, Social Studies SGT. V. A. DENNISON, Military IRENE R. DOBSKI, Secretary LAURA E. DOLE, Music CHARLES O. DRUMMOND, Mathematics EMIL R. FAVARO, Substitute IANE M. GAHL, Physical Education A. ROYALL GAY, Physics ARTHUR I. GOLUB, Com- mercial GEORGE T. GRASHOFF, Art HELEN E. GREENFIELD, Clothing GENE HACKETT, Substitute VALRIE W. HACKETT, Language LEWIS L. HALL, Science BERNARD M. HARRINGTON, Mathematics GUY D. HARTLE, Music MAY B. HARTLE, Music ANNA F. HEALY, Commercial HARRIET A. HECHT, Language WALLACE HECHT, Engineer EVANGELINE B. HIBBARD, Librarian MARY F. HOLLAND, Language EDNA B. HOTCHKISS, Art MARIE E. HOYLER, Science ANN R. HUGHES, Ass't Reg. CURTIS HUNTER, Adjustment PATRICIA KEARNS, Ass't Librarian BEULAH L. KEMP, Language IRMA S. KIMMEL, English MAR- GARET M. KROL, English ROSALIE C. KURZ, Physical Education ELSIE R. LARSON, English MARY G. LIVINGSTON, English IULIS LORENZ, English EUGENIE MACKIN, Social Studies IOSEPHINE T. MANGAN, English DUNCAN I. MCGREGOR, Science CELIA F. MERRY, Commercial EDWARD I. MEYERS, Social Studies HELEN E. MEYERS, Ass't Reg. BERTHA A. MILLER, Social Studie IEN NIE MILTON, Mathematics GENEVIEVE MONSCH, Science MARY NEALON, nglish ETHEL R. O'CONNOR, Mathematics DANIEL I. O'NEILL, Industrial Arts LAWRENCE E. OLSEN, Mechanical Drawing CORA E. PETTY, Language MARSHA PFEIFFER, Matron NELL W. REESER, English ROBERT P. RUSSELL, Science RUTH E. SCHACHTLIE, Commercial CLARIBEL SHEEHY, Art VIOLA S. SODERSTROM, English IOHN R. SPECHT, Head Teacher of Branch MARGARET E. STURGEON, English MARY E. THOMPSON, Social Studies 'RICHARD TWEEDIE, Physical Education LAURA WALTER, Mathematics LILLIAN WIES- LANDER, Mathematics MABEL MfWILSON, Social Studies LOUISE YOUNG Lunch Room Manager. ffffelflflfgfy SML! Morgan Park High School, located in the midst of a beautiful residential district, is loved by all who attended its classes and is known by them as Empehi. Within its walls have been founded such organizations as the Student Association and the American Youth League. From its classrooms have come athletes, artists, and scholars. By its members the Empehi News, Handbook, and Annual are published. Cfmfmfd ADMINISTRATION S E N I O R S A C T I V I T I E S S P O R T S F E A T U R E S lllIIlllIlHllIMIUllIIHlllHllHIHllI IlM I l:lfL Morgan Park is a school Where young people may learn, exercise, enloy social life, govern themselves, and judge themselves. During the past year Ernpehi has advanced in a rapid pace as it must do to keep up to the minute in this modern crazed World. The country's finest lecturer, an outstanding male chorus, and a star of the legitimate theater have appeared in its assembly hall. Students have pledged themselves to keep America alto- gether American. The star of the football team was a leader in the city-wide All- Star poll. A group of dramatic students broadcast in a Chinese play over a local station. Editors, reporters, columnists, typists, cartoonists, and salesmen produced a better Ernpehi News. The Student Association went from a flying campaign to a circus membership campaign. A newsreel was produced in color. Clubs and societies were formed and disbanded. And as the last event of the year the Annual was edited with a modern theme. One teacher left us in death, two instructors retired, and other friends of the faculty went to strange schools as new friends came to us. ltlllltWlllll ll lllllHWllWMI Our building was redecorated. The library was enlarged until it now con- tains seventy-three hundred volumes and seats seventy-tive students, stretching from the west corridor to the center corridor. The Student Association office was moved to room two hundred twenty and room one hundred twenty-five became a conference room. Empehi has changed in the past, it did change this year, and it will change in the future, so good-bye, Morgan Park, We have loved you and will love always-good-luck in the future. eniom 1938 .P- gelfil ci M., Cf... om... The February Class of nineteen hundred thirty-eight has left behind a note- worthy chapter in the history of Ernpehi. The Grand Ballroom of the Medinah Athletic Club on North Michigan Avenue was the scene of the Senior Prom held on Tuesday evening, January twenty-fifth. Nearly five hundred couples gathered to dance to the music of Harvey Clyde and his orchestra. This attendance set a record for high school dances. The competition for the class officers was keen. Finally John Riddle, an athlete and a scholar, was elected president of the class. Marion Arnold became vice-president and Doris Westerburg was secretary. Frank McGrath, a football hero of the season, served as class treasurer. The gift committee was headed by Ruth Eddy. The committee decided to buy curtains for the newly enlarged library. The Senior Assembly was presented cn the Wednesday before graduation. The assembly was a play about the comic character "Little Abner." Frank McGrath enacted the main part with Eileen Jones, Neil Johnston, Edward McKinlay, Martin Haedtler, William Deiters, and Marion Arnold in leading roles as Kentucky hill-billies. The plot was based on the modernizing of Dog- Patch. Every one of the scenes held new thrills with many classmen display- ing their talents in the final night club setting. It was complete in details with even Salomie, the Yokum pig, present in grand style. Arthur Bethke acted as Empehi's principal on Student Administration Day. The students took charge of the school after fourth period for the rest of the day. Seniors managed the offices of Dr. Tubbs and Captain Lorentz, giving orders to other seniors who instructed in the classrooms. Still desiring more social enjoyment, the seniors gathered in the small gymnasium for a backwoods social. A great deal of fun was had by all and prizes were awarded to the persons wearing the best costumes. 'I The next evening the members of the February nineteen hundred thirty- eight class received their diplomas and left behind them the much beloved Ernpehi. New they are finished enacting their part in this high school history and they are out to add new chapters to their personal history but Morgan Park High School will long be remembered by all. 03 0iCE l"lfL6ll"y ii Smooth Neil Iohnston worked hard to obtain the many honors which he may now claim. He belonged to Tau Epsilon, Board of Control, Student Court, Student Council, and the Social Committee. In using his musical talents he was a member of the Boys' Glee Club and the A Cappella Chorus. Also he has been in the Emblem Club, Hi-Y, Tennis Team, and Track Team. He was vice-president of his Iunior class and president of his Senior class. Neil served as Empehi's chief executive, president of the Student Association and was voted the most popular boy in his Senior class. Some day in the future we'll hear from Neil again. Clever lane Swearingen is an unusual combination of student and leader. All during her high school she has been a member of the Girl Reserves and has served them as both vice-president and president. She has been secretary and vice-president of the Quilpen and has been a member of Tau Epsilon for five semesters. For seven semesters she was selected as business representative for her division and she was a member of the Board of Control. Her alertness and ability will act as a die to form her future career. Novel was Marion Arnold's rendition of "Mammy Yokum" in her Senior assembly. A fine student of the drama, she had been the secretary of the Dramatic Club. She has been on the Clean-Up Committee and the Student Court. Marion was a member of the Dancing Club, Girl Reserves, and Tau Epsilon. Lively and hard-working Miss Marion Arnold will get ahead. Arthur Bethke, a regular fellow with a brilliant mind and charming person- ality, well entered the social, athletic, and scholastic branches of Empehi. He was secretary of his Sophomore class, president of his Iunior class, and treasurer of his Senior class. He was a leader in the R. O. T. C., Concert Band, Tau Epsilon, and the Hi-Y. He was chairman of the Athletic Commission, Captain of the Swimming Team for two years, and he holds several city championships in swimming. Art's determination will cut his path to success. lfPage 181 J-la! 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 ..,,,...... Most Bashful Girl ..,......, Most Bashtul Boy .,... ' Most Athletic Girl ,.....,..tc.. Most Athletic Boy .....,,... Most Studious Girl ........ of Jamell' Gertrude Blanchard ........Frank McGrath .........Marion Amold ..............Arthur Bethke .Dorothy Eschernan .........Arthur Bethke .........Florence Iones ........Iohn McKnight ............Helen Symons ........,.Robert Staudinger .............Edrey Smith .............William Stone ..........Mildred Hartough ...,......Robert Larson .,........Loma Hodges Most Studious Boy ........,..........,...,., .....,.... C harles Raeth Girl With Best Sense of Humor ........ ......... D orothy Stanyer Boy With Best Sense of Humor ......,..... Girl With Most Contagious Laugh ...........,..... Boy With Most Contagious Laugh ....,.,,. Most Diqnified Girl ..........v,..........,,,.... Most Dignified Boy l,.,....... Hungriest Girl ..........,,, Hungriest Boy ..,...... Best Couple ......,... Cutest Girl ......,. .........Iohn McKnight ...Mildred Hartough ............Iohn Iackson ..........Lorna Hodges ..........Gilbert Wallace ...........Iean Crombie ........George Ish ...,.........Eileen Iones Martin Haedtler ...........Bette Mitchell enfiord I 93 8 Mit l f .2 0 RALPH ANDERSON S.A., A.Y.L., Senior Council, Tau Epsilon, Intmmurzl sports 3, 4. Pur- due. 0 MARION ARNOLD S.A., A.Y.l..,, Tou Epsilon 3, 4, Dramatit' Club 3, 4, Seuretiry 3, Studen' Court 4, Clean-Up Committee 4, Dancing Club 4, Division Room Ofiiver 3, 4, Girl Reserves 4. ---Northwestern. 0 WERNER BARWINKEI. S.A., A.Y.l.., Tau Epsilon 3. Unrievijed. 0 ELEANOR BARZ S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon l, 3, 4, Commercial Club 3, 4, Senior Council 4, Division Room Officer l, 2, 4.- Undecided. 0 GEORGE BECKER. S.A., A.Y.l.., Band l, 2, 3, 4, Librarian 4, Or Cliestra l, 2, Marcliinq Bond 2, 3, R.O.T.C. l, 2, lazz Orchestra l, 2, 4, Senior Counvil 4. Wis oonsin. OROBERT BEESON S.A., A.Y.L., Sponisli Club 2, 3, 4, Sevretary 4, lunior Band 2, Stamg. and Coin Club 2, Empelii News Staff 3, 4, Chaff Editor 4. Purdue. 9 RUTH BERLIN S.A., A.Y.l.., Girl Reserves l, Z, 3, Spanisli Club 2, 3, Division Room Offifer 3, Fashions of tlie Hour Club 4, Business Staff 3. Undevided. O ARTHUR BETHKE S.A., A.Y.l.., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, R.O.'l'.C 3, 2, 3, 4, Non-Cornmissioned Officers' Club 3, 4, President 4, Offivers' Club 4, Swimminq 'learn l, 2, 3, 4, Captain 2, 3, 4, Emblem Club Z, 3, 4, Athletic Commission 3, 4, Secretgry' 3, Cliairrnin 4, Hi-Y 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4, Band l, Z, 3, 4, President 4, Division Room Offiuer l, 7, 3, 4, Class Officer fl, 3, 4.4 Cliicaqo. O GERTRUDE BLANCHARD S.A., A.Y.l.., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Vicerpresident 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Dramativ Club 3, 4, Division Room Ofiiwer l, 2, Ii, Freiivii Club 4, Student Court 4, Financial Committee 3, 4, Senior Counvil, A Czpoellii Chorus 4. Lake Forest. I M'LDRED BRADSHAW S.A., A.Y.L., Dram itiv Club 4, Quilpen 4, Girl Reserves 3, 4. Northwestern. I BETTY BURD S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Sefretiiry 3, President 4, Board oi Control 4, A Cappella Cliorus 3, 4, Zoology Club 2, Intramural sports 2, 3, Cliivfrtzo 0 MARGARET CARAHER S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon 4, Glee Club 4, Botany Club 4, Girl Reserves: l, 2, 3, 4. Northwestern. 0 LELA CAWTHRON S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon 2, 3, Bot my Club 2, fi, 4, Glee Club 4, A Cappella Cliorus 4, Frencli Club 4, Girl Reserves 3, 4. Nornril. 0 FRED CLARK S.A., A.Y.L., Band l, 2, 3, R.O.'l'.C. l, 2, 3. Notre Dame. I IEANNETTE COLLEY S.A., A.Y.L., Division Room Officer 12, A Cappella Cliorus 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Vic'e'President 4, Ouilpen Li, 4. Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, lntrxzniurrl sports Z, fi, 4. lllii ris. JJ 4, -M . 'Wt EP'ICjf'? I 9 Q A Q 1 1 x 0 IEAN CROMBIE SA., A.Y.l.., Glee Club 3, 4, Spanish Club l, 2, 3, Botany Cluli 2, 3, Girl Re serves l, 2, 3, 4, Quilpen Z, 3. lvlichiqan. 0 ALICE CROSIVIAN S.A., A.Y.l.., Quilpen 2, 3, 4, Offiver 2, li, Division Rr uf'n rr' Olficer 2, 3, 4, Empehi News Staff 4, Annual Staff 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 4, Frenvh Club 4, Senior Counvll. ln.liana. O DORIS IEAN CUSTER SA., A.Y.l.., Frenrli Cluli 4, Firma rxl' ml Lforriiiiittcre 3, 4, Student Court 4, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4, A Cgiitpellci Chorus 4, Glow Cluli 3, 4, Leland Stzinforl, 0 IEANNE DEHAS SA., A.Y.l.,., Tau Epsilon 4, Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, Botany Club 4, Fre-nr'li Club 4. Lawrence. 0 WILLIAM DEITERS S.A., A.Y.L., Student Counvil 3, Latin Clult Z, Senior Counril, l3.0.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Non-Commissioned Oflivers' Clul' 2, 3, 4, Division Room Qllirer 3, 4, Student Court 4, Athletiv Guard 3, Usher Force 4. lllinois. O WAYNE DINS- MORE S.A., A.Y,L., Student Court 4, Usher Forve 4, R.O.T.C. l, P, 3, 4, NonfCommissioned Olfirers' Clult 2, 3, Oltirers' Club 4, Rifle Team 2, lntrarnural sports 2, 3. lowa State. O MARION DUNTON SA., A.Y.L., Glee Club 2, 3, A Cappella Chorus 4, Northwestern. 0 RUTH EDDY SA., A.Y.L., Glee Club 3, Ouilpen 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, Empelii News Staff 3, 4, Quill and Svroll 4, Senior Council, French Club 4. Undecided. O ROBERT EHRLER SA., A.Y.I.,, Studen' Council 3, 4, Board of Control 3, Zooloay Club 3, 4, President 3, Camera Club 3, Treasurer 3, Phat.: Staff 3, 4, Student Court 4, Senior Council, Spanish Club 4. Undedded. 0 AL EICHMAN SA., A.Y.L., Stage Crew 2, 3, 4, Photo Staff 3, 4, Division Room Officer l, 2, 4, l'T.Q.T.C, l, 2, Tim Epsilon 4, Senior Council Hi-Y 4. Illinois. 0 CATHERINE EKLOFF SA., A.Y.l.., Division Ronin Olficter l, 2, 3, 4, Tau Epslion 3, 4, Salesmanship Club 4, Intramural sports 3, 4. Walton Commerre. I ROBERT ELSER S.A., A.Y.l..., Orfhestra 3, 4, lunior Band l, 2, intramural sports 3. Un- decided. 0 DOROTHY ESCHEMAN SA., A.Y.I.., Tau Epsilon 4, Zoology Club Q, 3, Business Staff Q, Division Room Officer l, 3, 4, Fashions of the I-lour Club 4. --Rockford. 0 IVIAXINE FILMORE SA., A.Y.L., Spanish Club l, Z, Zoology Club, 2, Girl Reserves 2, 3. Normal. OKAREN FINLEY SA., A,Y,L., French Club 4, Latin Club 4, A Cappella Chorus 3, 4, Intramural sports 3, 4. Underided. lPaqo 2Ol eniom 1938 eniom I 938 0 PAUL FINNINGER S.A., A.Y.I.., Football Team 3, 4, Vvlresttinri Te: rn 3, 4, Ernhlern Club 3, 4. Intramural sports 2, 3, 4.- Undecided. 0 ALICE FISK S.A., A.Y.l.., Spanish Club 3, 4, Glee Clul, 3, 4.- Illinois. 0 HAROLD FITCH S.A., A.Y,L., Tau Epsilon l, 3, 4, Tennis Team 3, 4. Armour. 0 MARION FOELSKE S.A., A.Y.L., Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 4, Ouilpen 4, Business Stziff 4, Division Room Officer 4.- Moser. GWYNNE FRITSCH S.A., A.Y.I.., Tau Epsilon 3, 4.-- Armour. 0 MARTIN GALINSKI S.A., A.Y.L., Football Team l, 2, 3, 4, Emblem Club 3, 4. Undecided. 0 ANN GARDNER SA., A.Y.I.., Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, Zoology Club 2, 3, Secretary 2, Annual Staff 2, 3, 4, Division Room Officer 2, 3, 4.--Miami. 0 MARGUERITE GEYER S.A., A.Y.L., Girl Reserves 3, Division Room Officer 3, Intramural sports 2, 3, 4. Moser. 0 JEANNE GIFFORD S.A., A.Y.l.., Ouil- pen 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Girl Reserves 3, Spanish Club 4, French Club 4, Fashions of the Hour Club 4, Tau Epsilon 4,-V Indiana. 0 ANN GILBERT S.A., A.Y.L., Fashions of the Hour Club 4, Division Room Officer l. -Wheaton. 0 ARTHUR GRANGE S.A., A.Y.I.., Stage Crew 2, 3, 4, Manager 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, Board of Control 4, Division Room Officer 2, Basketball Team 3. Undecided. 0 MARGARET GRISWOLD SA., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Zoology Club 2, 3, Girl Reserves 2, 3, A Cappella Chorus 3: Western Reserve. 0 CORINNE GROBER S.A., A.Y.I.., Senior Council, Intra- mural sports 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves 3.- Undecided. 0 FRED GUTRICH S.A., A.Y.l.., Division Room Oiiicor 3, 4, Wrestling Team 4, Intramural sports 3, 4. Illinois. 0 MARTIN HAEDTLER S.A., A.Y.L., Treasurer 4, Senior Counc:l, R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4, NonfCommissioned Officers' Club 2, Oftisers' Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 4, Photo Staff 2, 3, Financial Committee 3, 4, Chairman 4, Camera Club 3, Usher Force 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 4, Rifle Team 2.- Chicago. ' f L fpage 21 . . 1, In l.'I',,fi'x, ' . 1 J J , - W- t a S . .-t xx w 0 CHESTER HAMILTON S.A., A.Y.L., Student Council 2, 3, Zooloqy Club 2, Sociol Committee 2. lntromurol sports 2, 3. Arizono. O FERN HART SA., A.Y.L., Division Room Officer l, 3, 4, Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, Vive-President 3, Sponish Club 3, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4, Doncinq Club 2, Cltiss Cfiicer 4, Senior Council, Student Council. illinois. 0 NORWOOD HART S.A., A,Y.L,, Co r1f'f1r t Blind 2, 3, 4, Iozz Orchestro Z, 3, 4, Zooloqy Club 2, Stomp ond Coin Club 4, Senior Council, RO.T.C. 3, 3, 4, Morchinq Bond 2, 3, 4, Finonciol Committee 3, 4, Non-Commissionei Officers' Club 4, lunior Bond l, 2, 3. DePouw. O MILDRED HARTOUGH SA., A.Y,l.., Division Room Officer l, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Officer 4, Bofony Club 3, Sociol Committee 4 lntromurol sports 22, Lf, 4. -'Uncle-vided. O WILLIAM HASSKARL S.A., A.Y.L., Sponish Club 3, 4, News Stolt 3, 4, Choi! Editor 4, Football Teom l, 2, Stoqe Crew l, Z, lunior Bond 3, Division Room Officer l, 7, 3, Northwestern. O MARIORY HIBBARD S.A., A.Y.l..., Tau Epsilon 3, Girl Reserves l, 2, 'lreosurer Q, Division Room Officer 2, 3, Senior Council, Fashions of the I-four 4, Annuol Stuff. Purdue. 0 EDWARD HILGENDORF SA., A.Y.L., Division Room Officer 2, 3, lntromurol spors 3, 4. Lie' 'ricol School. 0 MILDRED HOCKERT SA., A.Y.L., Glee Club 3, Tou Epsilon 4, Zoology Clult ly 4, Ioncinq Club 2, 3, 4, Secretory 4, Girl Reserves 2, 3. Illinois. 0 LORNA HODGES SA., A.Y.L., Division Room Officer 2, 3, 4, Tou Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4.' Chicoqo. O RICHARD HOEFLE SA., A.Y.L. Illinois. 0 CLARA HOFFMAN SA., A.Y.L., Division Room Officer l, 3. Uriclefitit'-t.. 0 EDWIN HOHHOF S.A., A.Y.L., Stomp ond Coin Clubl3, Closs Officer l, 2, 'Wres' linvg 'T flni m Q, 3, Color Guord 4, Non-Commissioned Officers' Clubi2, 3, 4, R.O.T.C. Chivoqo. 0 WILLIAM HOMAN SA., A.Y.I.., Division Room Officer 4, Boslcelbzlll T6-om l, Swimming Teorn, . IZ. Drfnnisrn. BETTY HULTGREN SA, A.Y.L., Division Room Officer 3, Senior Council, 'lfiu Epsi' 6,140,111 lon 4, Eishions of the Hour 4, Glee Club 3, 4. Voque. O HAROLD HUNTINGTON S,A,, A.Y.I.., Q lntrtimnrtzl sports l, 7. Mitsimi. ' C lfltitirf ill? l E9 an font I 93 8 J O IERNNE HYDE SA., A.'r'.L., Girl Reserves E, 7, French Clulw 9. Dennison. O GEORGE ISH SA., A.Y.L., Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, lazz Qrcrrestra l, 2, 3, 4, Senior Counvil, Mar 1'r, ini Rand l, 7, 3, 4, R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, -l, Ottirers' Cluli 3, 4, Non-Commissioned Otlivers' Clult 2, Bond oi Control 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Athletic Guard 2. Chivaqo. IOHN IACKSON S.A., A.Y.L,, Chairman of Student Court 4, Senior Council, Glee Cluli 3, 4, President 4, Board ol Control 4, lrootli rfi Team 3, 4, Emblem Club 4, Spanish Club 4, R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Non-Commissioned Ollirors' Flin- 3, Presi' dent 3, Oilivers' Club 4, Treasurer 4. DePaul, O HELEN IADEHBERG SA,, A.Y.l.., Girl Reserves 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 4, Division Room Oiiirer l. Moser. I ELINOR IANSSEN SA., A.'r'.l., Un- deviclecl. 0 ROBERT IOHNSON SA., A.Y.L., Photo Stail 3, 4, Mfrnaaer 4, Camera -flul. Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Board ot Control 1, 4, Division Room Oilicer 4, Student Court 4. ClllC'I'lf-. O NEIL IOHNSTON SA., President 4, A,Y.l.., Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Student Court 3, 4, Class Otli n'f1 r l, 4, -Tillflfdll Council l, 2, 3, 4, Board oi Control 3, 4, Tennis Team l,2,3,4, Track Team 3, 4, A Ctrriywella Ch irus 3, 4, President 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club, 3, Sefretary 4, Emblem Club, 4, Social Cornrnitter' 4. 'fl11t'tiao, 0 EILEEN IONES SA., A.Y.L., Division Room Oliicc-r l, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, lt, 4, Presiden' ', Girl Ro serves l, 2, 3, 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Financitil Committee 3, 4. Wisvonsin. I FLORENCE IONES SA., A,Y,L., Girl Reserves 2, Treasurer 2, Zoolofrv Club 7, 3, Frenrh Club 4, News Stcrlf 3, Annvitrl Stall 4 New Mexico. 0 WILLIAM IONES SA., A.Y.L. Undecided. 0 IAMES KAI-ILKE SA.. A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, Division Room Oififer 2, 3. lllinois. O CARYI. KEATING SA., A.Y.l.., Girls Glee Club 3, 4, A Cappella Cliorus 4, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, Zoolooy Club 2, 3, 4, Division Room Officer 4.4, Principia. 0 IAMES KEATINGS. SA., A.Y.L., Senior Counril, Division Room Stirfrer 2, 3, Intramural sports 2, 3, 4. So. California. O ROBERT KECK SA., A.Y.l.., Zooloay Club 4 4. lllinois. I ROBERT KEHNEY SA., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon 7, 3, 4, Viceepresident 4, Stamp irtl Coin Club 2, Qi, Sevretary 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Camera Club 3, Board oi Control l, 4, Student "Kurt 4, Financial Committee 3, 4, R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Otticers' Club 4, President 4, Usher Fore ' 4, lkfltrncrqer 4, lunior Eire lvltrrshal 4. M, E, l. C li IP rqo Q31 O ALBERT KLEIN S.A., A.Y.l.., Board of Control 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, Band 3, Orchestra 3, 4, Treasurer 4. Undecided. 0 IACK KLEINZ S.A., A.Y,L., Football Team 2, 3, Division Room Officer 2, Vtfrestlinq Team l, 2, 3,- Dartmouth. 0 IUNE KNIZE S.A., A.Y,l.. -Undecided. O HAROLD KNUDSEN SA., A.Y.L., Class Officer l, Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club 2, 3, 4. President Stamp and Coin Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, President 3, Board of Control 3, Student Council l, Senior Council, Division Room Officer 2, 3, 4, Salesmanship Club 4. -Northwestern. O ALMA KOCK S.A., A.Y.I.., Class Officer 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Girl Reserves 4. Walton School of Commerce. 0 LILLIAN KOHR SA., A.Y.l.,, Tau Epsilon l, Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Girl Re, serves 4, Salesmansliip Club 4.-'Walton School of Commerce. O MURIEL LAMAIR S.A., A.Y.I.., Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, Ouilpen 3, 4, Botany Club 4.- DePauw. 0 ROBERT LABSON S.A., A,Y.I,,, Division Room Officer l, 2, 3, Glee Club 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Emblem Club 2, 3, 4, Baseball Team 2, 3, 4, Football Team I, 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Swimming Team l, 2, Student Court 4, Senior Council, A Cappella Chorus, 3, 4, Intramural sports 2, 3, 4. Centenary. 0 RICHARD LAW S.A., A.Y,L., Usher Force l, 2, 3, Athletic Guard l, 2, 3, R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Rifle Team 2, 3. - Minnesota. 0 MILDHED LAWRENCE S.A., A.Y.I,., Girl's Glee Club 3, 4, A Cappella Chorus 4. Little Company of Mary I-lospital, 0 IOHN LOHIVIAN S.A., A.Y.L., Division Room Officer l, 2, 3, Itrzz Orchestra 3, 4, R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Student Court 4, Swimming Team l, 2, 3, Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, Staae Crew l, Wrestling Team 2, lunior Band l. -Michigan. 0 VINCENT LOMBARDI S.A., A.Y.L., Band 2, 3, Orchestra 3, 4, Football Team l, Basketball Team l, R.O.T.C. Band 3. Undecided. 0 DOUGLAS LORENZ S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon 3, 4.' Armour. 0 MYRON MARLAY S.A., A.Y.L., Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, lazz Orchestra 3, 4, R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, Division Room Officer 4, Student Council 4, Wrestling Team 3, Basketball Team 2, lunior Rand l,- Undecided, I ELEANOH MAVEH S.A., A.Y.l..., Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Senior Council Girl Reserves l, 2, 4, Orchestra 2, Stamp and Coin Club 4.-V Miami. Parte 24 I ,I f JJ 1 Vi . Vg" J eniom 1938 I A 9 eniom 938 it ,IPM IN 'KI' TV VW ai-- ' v VXWX rx 0 EILEEN MCGALLIARD S.A., A.Y,I.., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, Dancing Club 2, Girl Reserves 4. Undecided. I DONALD MCGARY S.A., A.Y.I.., Division Room Officer I, 2, 3, Senior Council, Cheer-leader 3, Intramural sports I, 2. Armour. O FRANK MCGRATH S.A., A.Y.I.., Senior Class Treasurer, Class Officer 2, Boys' Glee Club 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Emblem Club 3, 4, Division Room Officer l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball Team 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Football Team 3, 4, Swimming Team I, 2, 3, 4, Senior Council, lntramural sports 3, 4. Centenary. 0 GERALD MCGRATH S.A., A.Y.I.., Football Team 2, 3, Division Room Officer l, 2, 3, Senior Council. -Illinois. 9 EDWARD MCKINLAY S.A., A.Y.I.., Basketball Team l, 2, 3, 4, Emblem Club l, 2, 3, 4, Division Room Officer I, 2, 3, 4, Student Council I, 2, 4, Promotion Committee 4, Athletic Guard 4, Tennis Team 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Social Committee 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4. Dartmouth, O IOHN MCKNIGHT S.A., A.Y.I.., Basketball Team l, 2, 3, Emblem Club 3, 4, Division Room Officer I, 2, 3, 4, Financial Committee 3, Swimming Team 2, Zoology Club 2, Intramural sports 2. Arizona, 0 MARILYN MENAGH S.A., A.Y,I.., Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4, Ouilpen 4, President 4, Empelii News Staff 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Ouill and Scroll 4, Board of Control 4, Intramural sports 2, 3, 4, DePauw. I ROBERT MIKESELL S.A., A.Y.L., Division Room Officer 3, Swimming Team 4, R.O,T.C. l, 2, 3, Illinois. 0 ALEXIS MILLER S.A., A.Y.L., Senior Council, Pliotograpllic Staff 2, 3, R.O.T.C. I, 2, 3, 4, NonfCommissioned Officers' Club 2, 3, Officers' Club 4, Spanish Cltili l, 2, Financial Committee 2, 3, 4, Camera Club 3, Fire Guard 3, 4. Chicago. O DORIS MILLER S.A., A.Y.L., Girls' Glee Club. Illinois. 0 BETTE MITCHELL S.A., A.Y.I.., Dramatic Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4, President 4, Class Officer 4, Inter-Class Council 4, Board of Control 4, Division Room Officer 2, 3, Ouilpen 3, 4, Zoology Club 4, French Club 4, Tau Epsilon 4, Girl Reserves 3, 4. Art Institutl. I CATHERINE MORRALL S.A., A.Y.I..., Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves 4, Intramural sports 3, 4. Normal O DAVID MURPHY S.A., A.Y.L., Wrestling Team 3, 4, Nortliwe tern. O WILLIAM NICKLES S.A., A.Y.L., French Club 4, Zoology Club 2, Boys' Glee Cluyf. Wilso BRINIE NOWELS S.A., A.Y.L., A Cappella Chorus 4, Botany Club 2, , lgirves I rvant 6 Stir itr?n. J 'MIM .f .fe - IP vw 2fiI . 'A K if V .JI O IAMES O'CONNOR S.A., A.Y.L., Football Team l, Basketball Team l. Undecided. O LILLIAN OLSEN S.A., A.Y.L., Girl Reserves 3, 4, Fashions ol the l-lour Club 4. Moser. 0 CAROL OLSON SA., A.Y.l.., Girl Reserves 2, 3, Emblem Club 3, 4. Selans Beauty School. O GLADYS PENSON SA., A.Y.l.., Girls' Glee Club 3, 4, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, Spanish Club 2, Division Room Ollirer 2. Alabama. 0 ROBERT PERKINS SA., A.Y.L., Fire Guard 3, 4, Usher Force 3, 4, R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Non-Coininissioned Officers' Club 2, 3, Officers' Club 4. Michigan. O THAXTER POPE S.A., A.Y.L., Student Council l, R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Salesmanship Club 4. --Northwestern. I IULIA PUNTER S.A., A.Y.L., Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Fashions of the Hour Club 4, Student Exchange 4, Intramural sports 2, 3, 4.-Bryant G Stratton. O IOSEPHINE PUPIN SA., A.Y.l.., Tau Epsilon 4, Division Room Oflicer 2, S, 4, Bryant CS Stratton. O IOHN RADDATZ SA., A.Y.L., Band l, 2, 3, Orchestra 3, R,O.T.C. 2, Camera Club 3. So. California. O CHARLES RAETH S.A., A.Y.l.., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council l, Fl.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Officers' Club 4, Stamp and Coin Club 3,-- Clucaao. 0 IANET RASMUSSEN S.A., A,Y.l.., Tau Epsilon l, Dramatic Club 3, 4. Undecided. 0 BARBARA RICH S.A., A.Y.L., Latin Club 3, 4, Girl Reserves 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 4, Intramural sports 3. illinois. 0 ROBERT RICH SA., A.Y.L., Student Counril 2, 4, Senior Council, Wrestlinq Team Ii, 4, Athletic Commission 4. Undecided. 0 HELEN RICHTER SA., A.Y.L., Class Oifirfer l, Girl Reserves Ii, 4, Salesmanship Club 4, Fashions oi the Hour Club. Fox Secretarial, O TUNE RICKERT SA., A.Y.L., Fashions of the Hour Club. Undecided. Paar ZGFI v t .' 5 I .J I .J rl if 2 QVZTLOK5 1938 Q QF! l 0I".f 1938 0 JOHN RIDDLE S.A., A.Y.L., President of Senior Closs, R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Non-Corninissione.l Officers' Club 2, 3, Officers' Club 4, Iunior Bond l, 2, Concert Bond l, Z, 3, 4, President 4, O: chestro 4, Swimminq Teoin l, 2, 3, 4, Emblem Club 2, 3, 4, Division Room Officer 3. Cliitufgo. O HARRY ROEBUCK SA., A.Y.I.., Senior Council, Zoology Club, 2, 3, Division Room Offiffer 4. R.O.T.C, l, 2, 3, 4, Non Commissioned Officers' Club 2, 3, Officers Club 3, 4, Secretory 3, Presifien' 4, Usher Forte 7, 3, 4, Athletic Guard 2, 3, 4, Northwestern. 0 SHIRLEY ROSE S.A., A.Y.L., Girl Reserves l, Positions ot the Hour Club 4. DeI.ee. O PALMER RUFF SA., A.Y.l.., Lotin Club 3, 4, Tou Epsilon 4, Stomp and Coin Club 4, Boys' Glee Club 4, R.O.T.C. 2, 3, Illinois. O CATHERINE RUFFIN S.A,, A.Y.l.., A Cappella Chorus 3, 4, Girl Reserves 4, French Club 4. Wilsc wii, 0 MILADIN SAICH SA., A.Y.l.., Golf Teoni, 2, 3, Division Room Officer l. Undecided. O IEANETTE SCHMIDT SA., A.Y.l.., Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Intramural sporfs 2, 3, 4. Fox Sefrettxritil. O DOROTHY SCHROTH SA., A.Y.l.., Tou Epsilon 2, 3, lntromurol sports 2, 3, 4. Moser. 0 RUTH SCOTT SA., A.Y.l.., Girl Reserves 3, 4, Doncinq Club 3, 4, Officer 3, 4, Division Ro: uiii Offi-'er l, 3, lntromurol sports 3, 4. Fox Secretcxriol. 0 GERTRUDE SEALANDER SA., A.Y.l.,, Division Room Officer l, 2, Ouilpen 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4, Empelii News Stoll 3, 4, Zooloqy Club 3, 4, Botuny Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, lntromurol sports 2, 3, 4. Moser. 0 MURIEI. SHIELDS S.A., A.Y.l.., Spanish Club 3, 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Science Me-dnl Student 4. Undecided. 0 MAR- GARET SHIVELY S.A,, A.Y.L., Girl Reserves 4, Tou Epsilon 2, 3. Fox Secretarial. 0 EDREY SMITH S.A., A.Y.l.., Tou Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, A Coppello Chorus 4, Girl Reserves l, 4, French Club 4, Division Room Officer 4. Knox. 0 MILDRED SMITH SA., A.Y.I.., Girl Reserves 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 3, Doncinq Club 2, 3, Division Room Offizfer 2, Fashions of the Hour Club 3, 4, A Cuppello Chorus 3, lntromurol sports 2, 3, 4. -Knolc,-Finishing School, 0 MARY KAY SPEER SA., A.Y.L., Spunish Club 2, Empehi News StCxff,'3, Ouilpen 2, 3. Minnesota. ' i ff 7,1 . 'TNQ -,-A ,A 'Y fPoqn 27 0 DOROTHY STANYER S.A., A.Y.L., Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, Ouilpen 2, 3, Girls' Glee Club 3, Empehi News Stafi 2, Division Room Officer l. Knox. O ROBERT STAUDINGER S.A., A.Y.L,, Athletic Guard 2, 3, Usher Force 2, 3, Division Room Officer 2, Empehi News Staff 3, 4, Editor 4, Ouill and Scroll 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Executive Committee 4, R,O.T.C. 2, 3, Board of Control 4. Illinois. 0 ELIZABETH STEVENS S.A., A.Y.L., Student Council 4, Division Room Officer 2, 3, Senior Council, Girl Reserves 2, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Intramural sports 2, 3, 4, Moser. O ROGER STEVENS S.A., A.Y.L., Swimming Team 2, 3, 4, Baseball Team 2, 3, 4, Basketball Team 3, 4. Illinois. 0 THOMAS STEVENSON S.A., A.Y.I,., Dramatic Club 4, Band 2, 3, Athletic Guard 3, 4, Usher Force 3, 4, R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Officers' Club 4.- -Alabama. 0 WILLIAM STONE S.A., A.Y.L,, R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4. Illinois. 0 IANE SWEARINGEN S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, President 4, Ouilpen Z, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice- President 4, French Club 4, Senior Council, Division Room Officer l, 2, 3, 4.' Duke. O HELEN SYMONS S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon 4, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4, Division Room Officer 2, 3, 4, Quilpen 2, 3, 4, French Club 4, Fashions of the l-four Club 4, Spanish Club 4.- DePauw. 0 EULA THOMAS S.A., A.Y.l.., Girl Reserves 3, 4. Provident Hospital. I ANNIE TUCKER S.A., A.Y.L., A Cappella Chorus 4, Salesmanship Club 4.-W Wilson. 0 ELIZABETH ANN TURK S.A., A.Y,I.., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4, French Club 4, President 4, Roard of Control 4. Northwestern. I KENNETH TURNER S.A., A.Y.I.,, Usher Force 2, 3, 4, Athletic Guard 2, 3, 4, R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Officers' Club 3, 4.'- Purdue. 0 BENEDICT URENOS S.A., A,Y.l.., Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 3, Military Band 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Commercial Club 3, 4, Wrestlinq Team 2, 3, 4, -Undecided. 0 IEAN VAN VALKENBURGH S.A., A.Y.l.., Latin Club 3, 4, Zoology Club 2, 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 3, Girl Reserves 2: Undecided. 0 WILLIAM VORIS S.A., A,Y.L., Senior Council, Intramural sports l, 2, 3, 4. Fordham. lrmqf 781 eniom I 938 P 9I'1,l,0l"4f 1938 O ROBERT ANDERSON S.A., A.Y.L., Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Chorus 3, 4, Student Council 2, Intramural sports 3.- Undecided, 0 MAURICE BENNETT S.A., A.Y,l.. -Undecided. I RAYMOND CAMIT S.A., A.Y.l.., Usher Force 3, 4, R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, Non-Commissioned Officers' Club 3, 4. --Undecided. O CARL CONRAD S.A., A.Y.I.., Division Room Officer l, 2, Basketball Team Manager 4.'f Minnesota. 0 IANE DANIELS S.A., A.Y.L.f- 'Wilson 0 JOHN DANIEL S.A., A.Y.L., Zoology Club 2, Football Team 2, R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4.f'- Boeing. 0 ERVIN EMERY S.A., A.Y.L., Intramural sports l, 2.- Undecided. 0 EDWARD FRICKE S.A., A.Y,L., Annual Staff 3, R.O,T.C. 2, 3. MPIC. 0 JAMES GAINER S.A., A.Y.L.- Holy Cross. I IOHN GAUS S.A., A.Y.l.. Undecided. 0 HENRY HANSEN S.A., A.Y.L,, Division Room Officer l, lntramural sports l, 2. Michi- gan, 0 ROGER NOLAN S.A., A.Y.L,, Promotion Committee 3, Salesmanship Club 4. Undecided. 0 LORAYNE PROVANCHA S.A., A.Y.l.., Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, Empehi News Staff 3, 4, Spanish Club 3. MPJC. O ROBERT ROSBOROUGH S.A., A.Y,I..- 'Undecided 0 HAROLD SCHRECK S.A., A.Y.L., Class Officer 2, Intramural sports 2, 3, - Armour. O FRANK SCHUSLER S.A., A.Yrl.,., Baseball Team 4, Division Room Officer 2, 4. Georgia Tech. I WILLA THOMAS S.A., A.Y.L,, Girl Reserves 3, 4, Girls' Glee Club 4, Walker School of Beauty. ' 0 GILBERT WALLACE S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 3, 4, R.O.T.C, I, 2, 3, 4, Officers' Club 4,- Undecided. 0 KATHRYNE WARD S.A., A.Y.L., Spanish Club 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Division Room Officer 2, 3, Commercial Club 4, Girl Reserves 4, Student Council 2. Bryant 6- Stratton. I NORMAN WARD S.A., A.Y.L., R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4. Armour. 0 DORIS WESTERBERG S.A., A.Y,L., Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club 4, Girl Reserves 3, Division Room Officer l, Senior Class Secretary---MPIC, I IUNE WHITMAN S.A., A.Y.l.., Division Room Officer l, 2, 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, Board of Control 4, Senior Council. - Illinois. 0 HELEN WIGAND S.A., A.Y.L., Girls' Glee Club 3, Girl Reserves l, 2, 4, Business Staff 3, 4, Annual Staff 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Fashions of the Hour 4, Botany Club 4- Vogue. Page 2 9 if T. jf' - ' x X K , ' x . tt ,f x ,. 'x . ff bt 55 X LC M Q xl - P- 'T - K ' 5' ' A 'J h I-K " x f. ,.- '1 Again this June, Empehi has passed on a fine group of young, intelligent and able executives in every field. Chosen to lead their class were: Henry McWhorter, who ably and effi- ciently preformed the duties of president of the class, assisted by Emily McCor- mack, vice-president. Emily also led the Social Committee which presented to the class a new and different Senior Class Social. Betty Maurer recorded the minutes of each class meeting, carried on class correspondence, and in many ways proved herself worthy of class secretary. The budget was balanced by Corwin Wickham, class treasurer, who handled all of the funds. This June class also followed the newly established tradition of wearing caps and gowns. The class presented a most democratic and uniform appear- ance to the parents and friends. The Senior Dance was held at a new and different place, located on Wil- low Springs Road, O. Henry. Seniors danced to the melodious tunes of a smooth and mellow orchestra. The Gift Committee headed by Joan Wunder, after much debating and prolonged investigation, it was decided by the members of this committee the most appropriate gift was new side curtains for the Auditorium. lt added to the graduating exercises an air of newness and superiority to the graduating seniors who gave this fine gift to the school The Senior Play was one of the first of its kind. Fun mixed with the seri- ousness of each student as they enacted their part made a splendid success of the play, which re-enacted the March of Time. The March of Time displayed the extra talents given to the school by the graduating seniors. The class members still desiring more social life held a large and interest- ing social the day before graduation and prizes were awarded to the students displaying the most interesting costumes. After all the excitement of the play, social and all other activities connected the seniors each and every member of the June nineteen hundred and l xxx. K' AM, tlxjf-thirty-eight graduating class, took their diplomas and left behind them mem- ' XJ ories never to be forgotten. Again Morgan Park High School has graduated a 1 . L, i V- N' fine group cf highly educated and trained executives for the new outside world. 0' J fpaqe 301 03 0iJMW6 Warren Brown, athlete and scholar and executive, describe the winning ways of a fine student perhaps better known to some students as "Slug," a name acquired because of his talents shown in the "swimming world." In Warren's four years he has done many fine things. Swimming was one of Warren's main interests and he was on the team for four years and led the swimmers in his third year as captain. A member of Tau Epsilon, Chair- man of Student Court, Chairman of the Athletic Commission, Sports Editor of the Annual, and member of the Executive Committee and Board of Control all tell the history of SVVGTTGHIS career. With such a fine head start Warren is bound to go far in the world of business. Vivacious, smiling and "tops" in efficiency is Clarabel Grossman, an active Empehite in academic and extra-curricular activities. Clarabel has acted well as an executive being first vice-president of the Student Association, a member af Tau Epsilon for four years, Co-Chairman of the Clean-Up Corn- mittee and a class officer for three years. Also activities to be added to this list are Board of Control Chairman, member of the Executive Committee and four years well spent in some musical organization. Wherever Clarabel goes success and popularity will follow her, a fine and loyal student. A capitvating smile and outstanding leadership are Shirley Black's. Shir- ley started her fine career at high school in her freshman year by being presi- dent of the then newly organized Branch. As her ways turned to the literary world she was a member of the Annual Staff for four years and in her last year became Editor-in-Chief of this Annual. Before claiming this honor she was business manager of both the Empehi News and Annual. Board of Control, the Executive Committee, Tau Epsilon, Finance Committee, Quil and Scroll, and vice-president of the American Youth League took in some of her talents. No finer tribute may be offered Shirley other than that given her by the Daughters of the American Revolution, an award for fine leadership, citizen- ship and scholastic ability. Success will always follow Shirley. Henry McWhorter, Senior Class president, rightfully claims the offices which he has held throughout his high school career. Henry was perhaps known to a lot of students as "Doc" because of his excellent work as trainer of the football team. Henry lent his talents to the Finance Committee, the Stu- dent Court, Latin and Emblem clubs, and Tau Epsilon during his four years of high school. Henry has well started his future career as a fine doctor and executive and we know he will follow it out, so goodeluck Hank, may success follow you always as it has done in the halls of Empehi. fPage 321 JM if Sim Best Lcoking Girl .... ., .,.. ,,,,.,.,,.,,,,,.,,,,, D oris Alt Best Looking Boy .,... ............ Henry McWhorter Most Popular Girl ......... ..,....... C larabel Grossmann Most Popular Boy ........ ......, H enry McWhorter Best Girl Dancer ,....... .......... B etty Nichols Best Boy Dancer ,....... ......... C orwin Wickham Girl XV ith Best Line ........... ......,.... B arbara Campbell Boy With Best Line ........., .......... O liver Iohnson Best Dressed Girl .,....... ,........ M arjorie Buckley Best Dressed Boy .......,.. Most Bashful Girl ......... Most Bashful Boy ......... ...........Robert Crow ........Faith Naber ..........Merlin Smith Most Athletic Girl ......... ........,..,.. D oris Clay Most Athletic Boy .....,... ........., W arren Brown Most Studious Girl ....,... ........ I osephine Hodges Most Studious Boy ................,,.......... ........ R ichard Dibos Girl With Best Sense of Humor .......... ............. S hirley Black Boy With Best Sense of Humor ........... Girl With Most Contagious Laugh ......... Boy With Most Contagious Laugh .......... Most Dignified Girl Most Digniiied Boy ......,.. Hungriest Girl ..........., Hungriest Boy ......... Best Couple ......... Cutest Girl ...i,,.. ..,..Henry McWhorter .......,..Shirley Black .........Charles Grimes .....Emily McCormack .......Richard Dibos ....,....Sue Bushnell .........Charles Grimes ........,........Doris Alt Guido Arquilla . Maxie lean Francis eniom I 93 8 , .Mi 0 FRED ABRAMS S.A,, A.Y,l.., Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Sat.-alarms 3, President 4, Salesniansliip Club 4, R.O.T.C. l, Z, Division Room Officer 2. -ffllndecided. 0 DOROTHY AIKEN SA., A.Y,L., Division Room Officer l, Girl Reserves 15, Girls Glee Club 3, Valparaiso. 0 VIRGINIA AKENHEAD S.A., A.Y.l..., Annual Staff l, 3, 4, Business Staff l, 2, 4, Division Room Offivers l, 2, Promotion Committee 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Officer 3, 4, Zcoloqy Club 3, 4, Officer 4. DePauw. I DORIS ALT S.A., A.Y.l.,, Tau Epsilon 4, Fashions of the Hour Club 3, 4, Officer 4, Promotion Committee 4, Pep Committee l, 2, Social Ccmmittee l, 2, Division Room Officer l, 2, Empelii News 0 MARY ANGSTROM S.A,, A.Y.l.., Commercial Club l, Z, 3, 4, Salesmanship Club 4, Division Room Officer 3, Student Council Staff 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 3, A Cappella Chorus 4. Undecided. 3.- Fox Secretarial. 0 CHARLES APKING S.A., A,Y,L,, lntrcmiral sports 2. Chif-aaa. 0 BARBARA APPLETON S,A., A.Y,l.., Girls Glee Club 2, A Cappella Chorus fi, Tau Epsilon fl. Pep Committee l, Sales Committee 2, French Club 4, Annual Staff Ward Belmont. O GUIDO ARQUILLA S.A,, A,Y.l.,, Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Sqtfat-Arms 3, Tau Epsilon 4, Drarnatir' Club 4, Chicago. 0 CLARK ARMSTRONG S.A., A.Y,L., Tennis Team 3, 4, Football Team 2, 3, 4, lntra mural sports l, 3, 4. Undexided. O DONALD BAKER S.A,, A.Y.L., Military Band l, 2, 13, 4, Stamp and Coin Club ll, R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Librarian 3, Concert Rand 2, fl, 4, Librarian 4, Jazz Orchestra 2, Il, 4, Social Committee 3, 4, Board 'rt Control 4, Solo Contest fl. Annapolis. 0 GIIRTRUDE BARR SA., A.Y.l.., Salesmanship Club 4. Undecided. 0 CHARLES BEARDSLEY SA., Secretary 4, A,Y.l.., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Hi-Y 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, Glee Club LS, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, Division Room Otticer l, 2, 3, 4, Swimmina Team ll, il, 4, Basketball Team Z, 3, Class Officer 3, Executive Committee 4, Board txt Control 4, Zoolcqy Club 2, 3, Secretary fl, Emblem Club 3, 4. De-Pauw, O REID BENNETT SA., A.Y.l.., Zoolcqy Club 4, Football 3, l-li-Y 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Band Z, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Officers' Club 4, Treasurer 4, Tau Epsilon l, Li, .lunicr Band l, 2, R,O.T.C. l, 2. 3, 4, Usher Force 4. Knox. 0 DOROTHY BICKEL S.A,, A.Y.l,,, Orchestra I, Z, 3, 4, President 4, Secretary 4, Girl Reserves l, Q, 3, 4, Fashions of the Hour Club 4, French Club 4, Annual Staff 4. Mililcen, 0 JANET BIRD S.A., A.Y.l.., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves 2, 3, Botany Club 4, Divisivn Room Officer l, Girls Glee Club 3, A Cappella Chcrus 4. Northwestern. r r " fptirgo fl Bl . A U , i X, L ,. if, At., i to J I ,N 4 C, .I J , . v 't ,X t t Ut , 'ff it Ns v J til ali sxxgl t Nt A 3-'40 Qnvv-L 0 SHIRLEY BLACK S.A., A.Y.L., Vice-President 4, Annual Staff l, 2, 3, 4, Editor-in-Chief 4, Busi- ness Manager 3, Business Staff l, 2, 3, Business Manager 3, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 2, Board of Control 3, 4, Senior Council, Class President 3, Division Room Officer l, 2, 3, 4, Ouilpen 3, 4, Ouill and Scroll 3, 4, Secretary 4, Executive Committee 4, Finance Committee 2, 3, 4, D.A.R. Award 4.-DePauw. 0 RICHARD BLOMQUIST S.A., A.Y.L,, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Zoology Club 3, 4 l-li-Y 4, Military Band 4, .lunior Band 2, Glee Club 4.-Duke. 0 RICHARD BOBBIT SA., A.Y.L., Salesmanship Club 4, President 4, Division Room Officer l, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Board of Control 4, Commercial Club l, 2, 3, 4, Treas- urer 4, Empehi News Staff 3, 4, Spanish Club 4. Undecided. 0 BETTY BOCHMAN S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Glee Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Division Room Officer l, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4. f Northwestern. 0 FLORENCE BOERSMA S.A., A.Y.l.., Salesmanship Club 4, Vice-President 4. Tau Epsilon 3, Girl Reserves 3. -M,.P.J.C, 0 FLORENCE BOURKE S.A., A,Y.l.., Girl's Glee Club 2, A Cappella Chorus 3, Intramural sports l, 2, 3, 4.-Moser. 0 JANE BRADLEY S.A., A.Y.L., Girl's Glee Club 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 2, 4, Commercial Club l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, President 4, Dancing Club l. 2, 3, 4, President 4, Fashions ol the l-lour Club, 3, 4, Division Room Officer l, 2, Finance Committee 4, Board of Control 4, M.P..l.C. O WILLIAM BRANDNER S.A., A.Y.L., Golf Team City Championship Captain-4f Northwestern. O CLAIRE BRANIT S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Division Room Officer 3, 4, Girl Reserves 4, Spanish Club 4.Alllinois. 0 ALBERT BREDLAU S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon 4, Orchestra l, 2, l-li-Y 4, Vice-President 4, Athletic Commission 4, Emblem Club 3, 4, R.O.T.C., l, 2, 3, 4, Usher Force 3, 4, Officers' Club 4, Secretary 4. --Purdue, O MICHAEL BRENNAN S.A., A.Y.L., Commercial Club l, 2, 3, 4, Salesmanship Club 4, Division Room Officer 3, 4.--LaSalle. O HERMAN BROWN SA., A.Y.L. Undecided. 0 WARREN BROWN S.A., A.Y.l.., Student Court Chairman 4, Athletic Commission Chairman 4, Sports Editor Annual 4, Board of Control 4, Executive Committee 4, Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Treasurer 3, I-lifY 3, 4, Treasurer 3, President 4, Swimming l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Track Team 4, Emblem Club 2, 3, 4,- -Colgate. 0 ANNE BRUESH S.A., A.Y.L., Division Room Officer l, 2, Student Council l, 2, Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, Fashions of the Hour Club 3, 4, Salesmanship Club 4, Empehi News Staff 3.--Carthage. 0 NELLIE BRUNGER S.A., A.Y.L., Girl Reserves 3, Salesmanship Club 4.--Undecided. fpflkilft 341 ,X 1 5f"'t"?.-1 f 7 qoNAxN,, iff 'SAL' : . A 'k u .1 LA, t' My ff , 7 ff eniom 7938 tttt eniorj 1938 gf ! , 'I nf! iv ,,fwy,L i ,- V L, 'Q , IAM ,. tm, . . up i if 4 JJ 0 MARJORIE BUCKLEY S.A., A,Y.L,, A Cappella Chorus 3, French Club 4, Secretary 4, Zoology Club 3, 4, Promotion Committee 4, Clean-Up Committee 3, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4, Division Room Officer 4. -Kentucky. O ROY BUELL S.A., A.Y.I..., Concert Band l, 2, 3,4,Jazz Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Board of Control 3, Boys Glee Club 4. Undecided. O SUE BUSHNELL S.A., A.Y,I.., Girl's Glee Club 3, 4, ViceAPresident 4, Promotion Committee 3, Student Court 3, Division Room Officer 3. Undecided. 0 BARBARA CAMPBELL S.A., A.Y.L., Student Court 4, Judge 4, French Club 4, Girl's Glee Club 4, A Cappella Chorus 4, Division Room Officer 4, Vassar. O DANNA MARIE CARLIN S.A., A,Y.I.., Girl Reserves l, Fashions of the Hour Club 4, Division Room Officer l, Intramural sports 2, 3, 4.-V-Principia. O VIRGINIA CARLSON S.A., A.Y.L., Salesmanship Club 4, Division Room Officer 3.---Fox Secretarial. O CONSTANCE CARTER S.A., A.Y.I.., Girl's Glee Club 4, Spanish Club 4, Girl Reesrves 4, Intramural sports 2, 3. George Williams O PRESTON CARTER S.A., A.Y.L., Boy's Glee Club 3, 4, Football Team 2, 3, 4, Wrestling 3, Intramural sports 2, 3, 4. State Normal. I GERALDINE CLAUSSEN S.A., A.Y.L,' Undecided. O DORIS CLAY S.A., A.Y.I.., Secretary 4, Ouill and Scroll 3, 4, President 4, Empelii News Staff 2, 3, 4, Co-Editor 4, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President, Class President 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Officer 4, Board of Control 4, Division Room Officer I, 2, 3, 4, Promotion Committee 3, 4, Executive Corrr mittee 4, Ouilpen 4. V-Denison. 0 HUBERT COCHRAN S,A,, A.Y.I,., Intramural sports 3, 4, Swim- ming 2. Wright Aeronautical School. 0 BLANCHE CONWAY S.A., A.Y.I.., Dancing Club 2, 3, 4, Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Salesmanship Club 4. Fox Secretarial. O LORETTA COOK S.A., A.Y.L., A Cappella Chorus 3, 4. Latin Club 2, 3, Zoology Club 2, Dancing Club 4, Fashions ot the I-Iour 4, Empehi News Staff 4, Tau Epsilon 4, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4. Little Company of Mary Hospital. 0 SYDNEY COX S.A., A.Y.L.A Wilson Junior College, O HERBERT CRABTREE S. A.Y.I.., Football Team 3, 4, Swimming Team 2, 3, Rifle Team 2, 3, 4, Duke. . ft -wgffl ,' 'Sl i ' fPcxao 351 S . "1 fl, Q P - XLL ,U J 3 nr lvl LICE CRAWFORD S.A., A.Y.L.'-M.P..l.C. 0 ROBERT CROW S.A., A.Y.L., Board of Control 4, usb 2, 3, 4, Manager 4, Ouill and Scroll 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Annual Staff 2, 3, 4, Business RManager 4, Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Empehi News Staff 4, Page Editor 4, Zoology Club 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Division Room Officer l, 2, 3, 4, Promotion Committee 3, 4, Stamp and Coin Club 3, Secretary 3. Clean-Up Committee 3. Leland Stanford. 0 JANE D'ARCY S.A., A.Y.L., Fashions of tlie Hour Club 3, 4. M.P..T.C. O HENRIETTA DAWSON S.A., A.Y.L., Empehi News Staff 4, Zoology Club 3.' -County Hospital. O MILDRED DAY S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon 3, Girl's Glee Club 3, Zoology Club 2, 3, Girl Reserves 2, lntramural sports 2, 3, 4.-Chicago. 0 CHARLES DENEEN S.A., A.Y.L., Division Room Officer 2, Swimming Team l, 2, R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4.-Colorado School of Mining. 0 MARY DENNISON S.A., A.Y.L., Girl's Glee Club 3, Business Staff 4, Zoology Club 2, Intramural sports 2, 3, 4. Normal. 0 RUTH DERING S. A., A.Y.L., Girl Reserves 3, Fashions of the Hour Club 4, Botany Club 4.--Northwestern. 0 RICHARD DIBOS S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Board of Control 3, 4, Latin CTub 2, 3, 4, President 4, R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Commanding Officer 4, Officer's Club 3, 4, President 4, Division Room Officer l, 2, 3, Marching Band l, 2, 3, 4, Drum Major 3, 4, Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4.--Purdue. 0 MARION DINGLE S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Empehi News Staff 3, 4, Page Editor 4, Ouill and Scroll 4, Secretary 4, Girl's Glee Club 2, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, French Club 4, Camera Club 3, A Cappella Chorus 3, 4.--Penn Hall. 0 VIRGINIA DIXON S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon 2, 3, Division Room Officer 3, 4.-Little Company of Mary Hospital 0 DANIEL DONOVAN S.A., A.Y.L., Football Team l, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Wrestling 2, 3 ,4, Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Emblem Club 4, Division Room Officer 2, 3, Swimming Team 4. - Fox Secretarial. O LOIS DRECHSEL S.A., A.Y.L. -Undecided. 0 CHARLES DRINKWATER S.A., A.Y.L., Latin Club 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4, Stamp and Coin Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4, Ouill and Scroll 3, 4, R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Officers' Club 4, Board of Control 4, Empelii News Staff 3, 4, Annual Staff 2, 3, 4, Promotion Committee 4, Hi-Y 3, 4,4Princeton. O FRED DUER S.A,, A.Y.L., Stamp and Coin Club l, 2. Texas A. 61 M. Page 361 lg! 1 . J lil, . ki-ff '.f JL! yi VT:-T '-30 U" I vt '. V ofa L, ff, ,fy X. K IP eniom 1938 fr, eniom 1938 ff, ..-JV ,Lf ., 4 9 . M I ,L X f I V Q J ' 4-f 3' 'N if . Q 0 AMMON DUNBAR SA., A.Y.I.,, Boys' Glee Club 3, 4, Track Team 2, 3, 4, Football Team l, 2, Division Room Officer 2, 3, Botany Club 2, Intramural sports 2, 3, 4. Illinois. 0 RUBY DUNN S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon 3, 4, French Club 4, Fashions of the Hour Club 3, Girl's Glee Club 3. Girl Reserves 3.4--Oberlin. O RICHARD DUNWORTH SA., A.Y.l.., President 4, Tennis Team 2, 3, 4, Division Room Officer 3, 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 3, 4, A Cappella Chorus 3, 4, Chess Team 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Officer 3, Board of Conlrcl 4, Student Council 3, 4, Armour. 0 WILBER ECKEL S.A., A.Y.I.,, Phctcgraphic Staff 3, 4, Manager 4, R,O,T.C. l, 2, 3, 4. lllinois. 0 NORMA ECKERT S.A., A.Y.l.., Girl Reserves 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 4, Salesmanship Club 4, Secre- tary 4, Division Room Officer 4, Junior Red Cross Representative. St. Mary's 0 JUNE EDLER S.A,, A.Y.l..., Sale-smanship Club 4, lntramural sports 3, 4.- lllinois. O JAMES ELLIOTT SA., A.Y.L., Football Team l, 2, 3, 4, Emblem Club 2, 3, 4, Bowling Club 4. Marquette. 0 STELLA FALK SA., A.Y.L., Salesmanship Club 3, 4, Empehi News Staff 2, Division Rocm Officer l, Undecided. C BOBBETTE FALLBERG S.A., A.Y.I.., Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Division Room Officer 3, 4, Girl Reserves 1, 2, Fashions of the Hour Club 3, 4.- Normal, I WINIFRED FARDY SA., A.Y.L., Dancing Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer Z, Salesmanship Club 4. Metropolitan Business College. 0 BRYANT FITCH SA., A.Y.l.., Stage Crew 2, 3, Radio Club 2, 4, President 4, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. 0 FRED FLEISCHAUEB SA., A.Y.l.., Division Room Officer l, 2, R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4.-Armour. O ADELE FLEMING SA., A.Y.L., Fashions cf the l-four Club 4, Division Room Officer 1, 4,-'Undecided I MAXIE JEAN FRANCIS SA., A.Y.I.., Girl's Glee Club 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Secretary 3, Fashions ct the l-lcur Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Dancing Club 4, Class Officer if-Missouri. 0 LORRAINE FRANK S.A., A.Y.I.., Tau Epsilon 4, Girl Reserves 3, Fashions of the Hour 4, Empehi News Staff 3. Northwestern. 1 v 0 ,. ' ' t 1 W R , I I jj 5 v 'X - f 1 au ,t-. I 5,-J .y tC,.w'ff,4 'lA1',-L-'Vw .' -0 X1 as If -hr ,. 'X 0 ARTHUR FRANKLIN S.A., A.Y.L., Swimming Team 2, 3, Tr oys Glee Club 2, 3, Division Room Officer l.- Wilson, 0 CHESTER FROELICH S.A., A,Y.L., Baseball Team 4, R.O.T,C. l, 2. Northwestern. 0 HARRY GAMAUF S.A., A.Y.L., Salesmanship Club 4, Vice-President 4, R.O,T.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Athletic Guard 2, 3, Non-Commissioned Officers' Club 3, 4, Fire Guard 3, 4. Undecided. 0 HOMER GLASS S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Ouill and Scroll 4, Treasurer 4, Golf Team 4, Emblem Club 3, 4, Division Room Officer 4, Spanish Club 4, Empehi News Staff 3, 4, ROTC. l. Lawrence. 0 ELIZABETH GORDON S.A., A.Y.L., Girls Glee Club 3, 4. Undecided. O LESLIE GRAPE rA.Y.L.J Football Team, 2, 3, 4, Titlrexstlinq :l3eam,3, 4, Golf Team T 2. Wiscoiisiri. 0 LAURA GREEN SAF., A.Y.L., Junior Band 2, Concert Band 3, Girl Reserves I 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 4, Zoology Club 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 3, 4,' Northwestern. 0 JANE GREENMAN S.A., A.Y.L., Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, Zoolcqy Club 2, 3, 4, Girls Glee Club 3, Business Staff l, Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Fashions of the l-four Club 3, 4, -St. Lulces Hospital. 0 BARBARA ANN GREGORY S.A., A.Y.l.., Ouill and Scroll 4, Latin Club 3, Botany Club 2, 3, 4, Girl's Glee Club 4, Girl Reserves 3, 4, Empehi News Staff 3, 4. illinois. 0 CHARLES GRIMES S.A,, A.Y.I.., Division Room Offi:er l, 2, 3, 4, Student Co iiii cil 2, 3.---Grinnell. 0 CLARABEL GROSSMANN S.A., First Vice Piesitient 4, A.Y.l.., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Board ot Control 3, 4, Executive Committee 4, A Cappella Chorus 3, 4, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4, Inter-Class Council l, 2, 3, Clean-Up Committee LifD'CllCllITl'iV1It 3, Division Room Officer l, 2, 3, 4, Social Committee l, 2, Chairman 2, Fashions of the Hour Grub 4, French Club 4, Dancinq Club 2, 3. Chicago. 0 SUSAN HAMILTON S.A., A.Y.L., Business Staff l, Dramatic Club 4. Undecided. O MILDRED HANSEN S.A., A.Y.L. illinois. I MARGARET HASKELL S.A,, A.Y.l..., Girl Reserves 2. -Undecided. 0 ROBERT HEINLEIN S.A., A.Y.l.., Division Room Officer l. Undecided. IP itgv itil a 'K f 'th J fl ' , W1 QB! N 5 J ij t' 'Nc if ,iw 'ffilk Aff? ffm ll M5 P N 2 en Iam 1938 Ai. 2 C717 l 0115 1938 M. W ki 0 RUTH HENSEL S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilcn 2, 3, 4, A Cappella Chorus 2, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice'President 4, Botany Club 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, French Club 4, Vice-President 4 Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, Promotion Committee 4, Ouilpen 4, Fencing Club 4, Division Room Otticar l, lntramural sports l, 3, 4.-Denison. 0 RUTH HEWES S.A., A.Y.I.., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4 Spanish Club 4, Vice-President 4, Concert Band 4, Junior Baird 3, Botany Club 3, 4. Stephens. I HAROLD I-IILLIGER S.A., A.Y.L., Boys Fencing Club 3, 4, R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4. Purdue. O WILLIAM HILLIS S.A., A.Y.L., Usher Force 2, 3, 4, R.O.T.C. 3, 4. Undecided. 0 JOSEPHINE HODGES S.A. A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon l, Z, 3, 4, Girl's Glee Club 3. Chicago. 0 LORRAINE HODONICKY SA. A.Y.l.., Girl Reserves 3, Salesmanship Club 4, Treasurer 4, Division Rocrn Cfticer 4, Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club l. St. Marys O MARY JAYNE HOFFMAN S.A., A.Y.l.., Empelii News Staff 3, 4, Zoology Club 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, Ouilpen 4, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4. Leland Stanford. 0 AYLCE HOLGATE S.A., A.Y.l.., Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Dancing Club 2, 4, Fashions of the Hour Club 3, 4, Student Council 3, 4. Undecided. 0 GERALDINE HOLLAND S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Botany Club 3, 4, Vice-President 3, President 4, A Cappella Chorus 3, Girl Reserves 3, French Club 4, Treasurer 4, Division Room Officer l, 2, Board of Control 4. ---- lllinois. O ELAINE HORTER S.A., A.Y.I.., French Club 4, Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Zcolzqy Club 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 4, Ouilpen 4, Empehi News Staff 4, Current Events Club 4, Girl Reserves 2, 4, Secretary 4, Division Room Officer 2. Wilson. 0 BETTY HOWARD SA., A.Y.L., Division Room Officer 4, Girl's Glee Club 4, Zoology Club 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4. Illinois. O JEANNE HOWELL SA., A.Y.l.., Girl Reserves 3, Salesmanship Club 4, Promotion Corrirriitee 4, Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Division Room Officer l, 2. -Moser. O DONALD JACKSON S,A., A.Y.l.., Orch lslra l, 2, 3, 4, Tennis Team 4, Intramural sports 2, 3, 4.-'fl-foward. 0 KATHERINE JACIUSON SA., A.Y.l.., A Cappella Chorus 4, Zoology Club 3.-Langston. O JOSEPHINE JAMES S.A., A.Y.l.., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Botany Club 3, 4. -Rockford. . I ,Q M ' l'l4'jU Aj' I l:Page 391 ' YA , y . . t ii ,U AU! P l. ' 'Y tfvdw I N U 's wr W' M WL-WT 0 MIRIAM JANNEY S.A., A.Y.L., Girl's Glee Club 4, Dramatic Club 4, Fashions of the l-lour Club 4, A Cappella Chorus 3, Zoology Club 4, Division Room Officer 2, Girl Reserves 3, 4. Beloit. 0 ANITA JENSEN SA., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon 3, Girl Reserves l, Fencinq Club 2, Stamp and Coin Club R, 4, Vice-President 4.--Principia. 0 EDGAR JOHNSON SA., A.Y.L., Zooloqy Club ll, 4, R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Non-Commissioned Officers' Club 2, 3, 4, Stamp and Coin Club l, 2, 3, 4. Division Room Officer l, 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff 3, Sales Committee 2, Finance Committee 4, Band 3, 4, Hi-Y 4, Tau Epsilon 4. lllinois. O OLIVER JOHNSON SA., A.Y.L., Division Room Officer I, 2, Sales Committee 4, Promotion Committee 4, Zoology Club 2, 3, 4, Stamp and Coin Club l, 12, Radio Club E, R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Non-Commissioned Officers' Club 2, 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club 4. lfnrlecidffcl. O THELMA JOHNSON SA., A,Y.l.., Girl Reserves I.- Undecided. O BETTY JONES SA., A.Y.l,., 'Tau Epsilon 2, li, 4, Girls Glee Club 4, Botany Club 2, 3, 4, Stamp and Coin Club 4. Spanish Club Z, 3, 4, Girl Reserves 3, 4, Division Room Officer 2, 3.-Principia. O JOYCE JUILLARD SA., A.Y.L., Division Room Officer l, 2, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves 3, 4 French Club 4, Girls Glee Club 3. -Bryant and Stratton. 0 HOWARD KAMIN S.A., A.Y.l.., Boys' Glee Club 4, R.O.'l'.C. l, Z, 3, 4, Non-Commissioned Officers' Club 2, 3, Officers' Club 4, Division Room Officer 3, 4, Student Council 4, Spanish Club l, 2, Hi-Y 4, Promotion Committee 4. Undecitied. 0 ELEANOR KELLAMS SA., A.Y.L., Botany Club 2, 4, Latin Club 3, Fashions of the Hour Club 4. Vogue. 0 JACK KELLY S.A., A.Y.L., Salesmanship Club 4, Football Team l, Ll, 3, 4, Baseball Team 4, Emblem Club 4, lntramural sports l, 2, 3, 4. Centenary. 0 RUTH KIEFER SA., A.Y.L. Illinois. 0 RICHARD KLAUS SA., A.Y.L., Baseball Team 3, 4, Boys' Glee Club Il, Einblern Club 4. Armour. O NANCY KNIGHT SA., A.Y.l..., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 7, 14, 4. Clno, 0 HARVEY KNUDSEN S.A., A.Y.l.., Tau Epsilon 4, Spanish Club 3, Division Rccrn Oftirger l, tl. lVl.R..l.C. 0 BETTY KOTTEMANN S.A., A.Y.L., Zooloqy Club 13, French Cluig 4, 'l .ru Epsilon 4, Fashions of the Hour Club 15, Girl's Glee Club 3, Girl Reserves '. lllinfis. QF ' 1-i4LIl A Vx l W , en iam 7938 eniom l 93 8 0 HELEN KRICHBAUM S.A., A.Y.L., Girl Reserves 3, 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4. Division Room Officer l, Z.---Moser. 0 WILLIAM KUNING SA., A.Y.L., Radio Club 2. 4. RCA institute. 0 EVELYN LAGERSTROM S.A,, A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon 3, Spanish Club 3, 4, Botany Club 3, 4, Dancing Club Z, 3, 4, Junior Band 2, 3, 4, Concert Band 3, 4.-- 'Ward-Belmont. 0 LOUISE LAMB S.A., A.Y.L. -Undecided. I AUBREY LANG S.A., A.Y.l.., Zoology Club 4, Track Team 4, Basket- ball Team 4.H Wilson. 0 GEORGE LAUSCH S.A., A.Y.L., Botany Club 4. Armour. 0 MARJORIE LAYCOCK S.A., A.Y.I.., Division Room Officer 2, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Girl's .lazz Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Board of Control 4.-Wheaton. O DAVID LENNOX S.A., A.Y.L., Chess Team 4, Radio Club 4, R.O.T.C'. l, 2, 3, 4, Olficer's Club 4.- Purdue. O MILLARD LEVY S.A., A.Y.L., Spanish Club 3, Zoology Club 3, Emblem Club 2, 3, 4, Boy's Glee Club l, 2, Baseball Team 2, R,O.T.C. l, 2, Track Team 2, 3, Division Room Officer l, 2.---U.C.L.A. 0 HARRIET LINDSEY S.A., A.Y.l..., French Club 4, Fashions of the Hour Club 3, 4, Board of Control 4, A Cappella Chorus 4, Girls Glee Club 4, Social Committee 2, Student Council l, 2, 4. Denison. 0 ROBERT LINDUALL S.A., A.Y.L, Valparasio. 0 WILLIAM LORENZ S.A., A.Y.L, Undecided. 0 EDWARD LOSEFF S.A., A.Y.l.., Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 2, 3, 4, Boy's Fencing Club 2, Vice-President 2, Boys Glee Club 4, A Cappella Chorus 4, R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4. Stamp and Coin Club 4.7 Michigan. 0 ABBIE LUKENS S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon 4, Zoology Club 3, 4, Fashions ct the Hour Club 4, Empehi News Staff 4, intramural sports 2, 3, 4. Chicago. 0 BAYARD LYON S.A., A.Y.L., Stage Crew l, 2.-- Oberlin. "X K. r V ' . - - ' ' l fPaqo 411 vi. xgyft Q' 1' 1 KA"'y In s P . F4 "' an ,I , , 1 li 4,- :L O RUSSELL MALINSKY S.A., A.Y.L., Salesmanship Club 3, 4, Baseball Team l, 2, 3, 4. Division Room Officer l, 2, 3, Tennis Team 2, Intramural sports 2, 3, 4. 'Southern California. 0 MAHIRUTH MARX S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon 4, Spanish Club 4, French Club 4, Botany Club 3, Business Staff 3, Annual Staff 4, Girl Reserves I, 2, 3, 4.'--lVf.P,J.C. O PATRICIA MATHIASEN S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon 2, Girl Reserves 4, French Club 4.-Vlllinois. 0 BEATRICE MATHIS S.A., A.Y.L., A Cappella Chcrus 3, Ouilpen Z, 3, 4, President 4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 4, Fencinq Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Ouill and Scroll 3, 4, Vice-President 4, Tau Epsilon Z, 3, 4, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, French Club 4, Viceelfresidciit 4, Board of Control 4, Empehi News Staff 3, 4, Denison. O DOROTHY MATOZ S.A., A.Y.L., Girl Reserves l, 2, Spanish Club 3. Southern California. O BETTY MAUHER S.A., A.Y.l.., Division Room Officer l, 2, 4, Ouilpen 3, 4, Girl Reserves l, Z, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Senior Class Secretary.-V Moser. 0 HARVEY MCCLELLAN S.A., A.Y.L., Class President l, Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Student Council l, 2.- Undecided. O ELMA MCCLENATHAN S.A., A,Y.I.., Division Room Officer 3, 4, French Club 4, Annual Staff 4.--DePauw. O HELEN MCCLENANTHAN S.A., A.Y.L., Business Staff 2, 3, Pro- motion Committee 2, Girl Reserves 4, Annual Stafi 3, Division Room Officer 3.---Illinois. 0 IRA MCCORMACK S.A., A.Y.L., Stamp and Ccin Club 4, French Club 4, Camera Club 3.'-Denver. 0 EMILY MCCORNACK S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Vice-President 3, Zoclcqy Club 3, 4, President 4, Ecard of Control 4, Student Council 3, 4, Social Committee 4, French Club 4, Senior Class Vice-President. Denison, 0 HELEN MCCUMBER S.A., A.Y,l.., Promotion Committee Chairman 4, Executive Committee 4, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4, Social Cornniittee l, 2, Clean-Up Committee Co-Chairman 3, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Dancing Club 3, Board of Control 4, French Club 4, President 4, Class Officer 3.--Lawrence. 0 EVELYN MCNULTY S.A., A.Y.L., Undecided. O HENRY MCWHORTER S.A., A.Y.L., Senior Class President, Student Court 4, Finance Committee 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, Latin Club 4, Emblem Club 4, Football Trainer 4, lazz Orchestra l. Chicago, O PATRICIA MEDINAS S.A., A.Y.L. Moser. fPaqe 421 eniom I 938 en ions l 93 8 rf' I 1 I WILLIAM MEISEL S.A., A.Y.L., Wrestling Team 4, Spanish Club 3. Armour. 0 ROSALENE MERCIER S.A., A.Y,l.., Girl Reserves 3, Commercial Club 2, 3, 4, Salesmanship Club 4, St. Marys 0 EVELYN MERRIMAN S.A., A.Y.L., Girl Reserves 3, A Cappella Chorus 4, Girl's Glor- Club 4. Wisconsin. 0 DOROTHY MEYER S.A., A.Y.l.., Tau Epsilon l, 3, Girl Reserves l, French Club 4. lllinois. I HENRY MEYER S.A., A.Y.l.., Ouill and Scroll 4, Empehi News Staff 3, 4, Sports Editor 4, R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Band 2, 3, 4, Librarian 2, Orchestra 3. Zooloqy Club 3, 4, Hi-Y, 3, 4, Promotion Committee 4. Purdue. 0 JOHN MEYER S.A., A.Y.l.., Stamp and Coin Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Secretary 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Officers' Club 4, l-li-Y 4, Secretary 4, Band l, 2, 3, 4, Orchestra 4, Finance Co rririr ittee 4. Rice lnstitute. O DOROTHY MILLER S.A., A.Y.l.., Girl Reserves l, 2, Dancina Club 3, Division Room Officer 2, 3, Spanish Club 3, 4. Undecided. I LOIS MILLER S.A., A.Y.L., Class Officer l, 2, lntraniural sports Z, 3, 4.- DePaul. O ROBERT MILORD S.A., A.Y.l.., Bowling Team 4, Base ball Team 4. Undecided. 0 EDWARD MOFFAT S.A., A.Y.L., Stage Crew 2, 3, lntraini rrtr l sports 3, Division Room Officer 3. -Armour. 0 ALLAN MORISON S.A., A.Y.l.., Division Room Officer l, 2, 3, 4, Boys Glee Club 3, 4, Finance Co rxirii ittee 2, 3, 4, Business Staff 3, A rili rrtr l Staff 4. flrnblem Club 7, 3, 4, Class Officer 3, 4, Zooloqy Club 2, R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Officers Club 4, Basketball Team I, 2, 3, 4. Unclecidecl. 0 JOHN MORTENSON S.A., A.Y.l.., Boys Glee Club 1, 4, Marchinq Rand l, 2, Concert Rand l, 2, 3, Orchestra 4, Empeln News Staff 3, Intramural sports 2, 3, Stamp and Coin Club 2, 3, 4, Treasurer 2, Vice-Pres-iflent 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Promotion Committee 3. Iliinois. 0 GUY MOSES S.A., A.Y.l.,, Staae Crew l, 2, 3, 4. Untlecidetl. 0 ROBERT MUSSER S.A., A.Y.I.., Hi-Y 3, 4, President 4, Stamp and Coin Club t, 3, 4, Serm- tary 2, 3, President 4, Tau Epsilon 4, Board of Control 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Football Team 2, Promotion Committee 3, Division Room Officer Ii, 4. lllinois. I FAITH NABER S.A., A.Y,L., Ouilpen. 2, 3, 4, Rotany Club 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2. Otterboin. ITPaae 43 I Q A pai A ' .1 f , 4 S' f', ' , l X, . RJ' I - nv . 4, N . ,H I Xlxi ' ss'VA . i J: -woes 0 EDGEWORTH NADER A.Y.L. illinois. 0 ETHEL NELSON S.A., A.Y.l.., Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves 3, 4, Zoology Club 4, French Club 4, Fashions of the Hour Club 4. Chicago. 0 WILLIAM NELSON S. A., A. Y, L., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, R.O.T,C, l, 2, 3, 4, Non-Comniissionecl Officers' Club 2, fi, Officers' Club 4, Stamp and Coin Club 2, Latin Club 7, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Division Room Officer 2, ll, Senior Council 4. 'Undecided 0 BETTY NICHOLS SA., A.Y.l.., Division Room Officer 2, 3, Sales Corninittee 2, Pep Committee l, French Club 4, Annual Staff 2. Senior Council, Girl's Glee Club, 2, 3, Social Committee l, 2. 'National Park 0 WALTER NICHOLAS S.A., A.Y.L., Football l, Z, Manager 4, Cheerleaders 3, Emblem Club 4, Athletic Pro' motion Committee 2, 3, Chairman 3, A Cappella Chorus 4, Division Room Officer l, 4, Student Court 4. Michigan. C HERBERT NORRIS SA., A.Y.L., Division Room Officer 2, 4, Student Council I, 4, Senior Council, Track Team 3, 4, Wrestlina Team 4.-- Armour. ,O ALLAN OLSEN SA., A.Y,L., Empehi News Staff 3, 4, Co-Editor 4, Executive Committee 4, Ouill and Scroll 3, 4, President 4, Latin Club 3, 4, Class Officer 4, Board of Control 4, Student Court 4, Tau Epsilon 4, Concert Band 2, 3, 4, R.O.T.C. Band 2, 3, 4, Division Room Officer 2, 4, Orchestra 2, 3. Principia. 0 BERRYE PACE SA., A.Y,L., A Cappella Chorus 4, lritramural sports 2, 3. Chicago. 0 JANET PALMER SA., A.Y.L., Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Fashions of the Hour Club 4, Vice President 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Division Room Officer l, 4, Tau Epsilon 4, French Club 4, Annual Staff 3, 4.---Undecided, 0 LESTER PALIVIQUIIST S.A.,, A.Y.L., Division Room Officer 4, Undecided. 0 SHIRLEY PARSONS S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon l, 4, Animal Staff 3, Business Staff fl, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4, Division Room Officer l, 2, Camera Club 2, French Club 4, Fashions of the Hour Club 4. Illinois. 0 RUTH PATTISON SA., A.Y.l.., Girls Glee Club 4, Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4, Secretary 4, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4, Finance Committee 3, 4, Student Court 4, French Club 4, Zoology Club 4, Promotion Committee 4,---Northwestern. 0 LEE PATTON SA., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon 4. Undeciclecl. 0 DORIS JEANNE PETERSON S.A., A.Y.l.., Band l, 2, li, 4, ,lunior Band 2, 3, Girl Reserves l, 2, Student Court 4, French Club 4. Northwestern. O ESTELLE POPE S.A., A,Y.L., Tau Epsilon S, 4, Zoology Club 3, 4, Division Room Officer 7, 3, Girl Rcsorves 2, fl, 4, Annual Staff fl, 4, Business Staff 4. San Antonio Texas. lt anger 44'I I, . 1J J wif' J I iii U J ,J xxx isf' ' 4 an ions 1938 e n io ni i938 C' . t My s-,Lf v..' It it I l t' J 4 J I x., 0 ALAN POTTS S.A., A.Y.I.,, Empehi News Staff 2, 3, Annual Staff 4, Dramatic Club 4, Boys Glee Club 4. -Undecided. O BERNARD POWERS S.A., A.Y.L. Armour. 0 MARION PRICE S.A., A.Y.l.., Fashions of the l-four 3, 4, intramural sports l, 2, 3. Gecrqe Vfilliarns. 0 JOYCE PULLIN S.A., A.Y.l.., Girl Reserves 3. Business College. I BESSIE PURVIS S.A., A.Y.L., Fashions cf the I-Icur 4, Intramural sports 3, 4. Howard. 0 CORLITA REICH S.A,, A.Y.l.,, Ouill and Scroll 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 3, 4, Enrpehi News Staff 3, 4, Business Staff 3, 4, Officer 4, A iiri ual Staff 4, French Club 4, Quilpen 4, Secretary 4, Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4. DePauw. 0 HAZEL REID S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon 2, 3, Orchestra l, 2, 3, 4, Junior Band l, 2, 3, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Botany Club 3, 4, Empehi News Staff 3,Girl Reserves l,2. Milwaukee-Downer. 0 DONALD RENNIE S.A., A.Y.L., Stage Crew 3, 4, Zoology Club 3, 4, Treasurer 4, Concert Baird l, 2, 3, 4, Marching Band 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, Camera Club 4, Senior Council. Colorado, O DOROTHY RICHARD S.A., A.Y.L. Wilson. I HARRIET RICKARD S.A., A.Y.I.., A riri ual Staff 2, Fashions of the I-lour Club 3, 4, French Club 4, Girl's Glee Club 4, Division Room Officer l, 2, 3, Student Court 4, Promotion Ccmmiftee 4, Social Co rrir nittee 2, Pep Committee l, DePauw. 0 LOIS ROFF S.A., A.Y.L., Latin Club 3, 4, Officer 4, Botany Club 3, Girl Reserves l, 2, 3, 4, Division Room Officer' 4. Chicago. I DOROTHY ROPER S.A., A.Y.L., Girl Reserves l, 2, 4, Tau Epsilon l, Business Staff l, 2, Annual Staff l, 2, French Club 4, Zoology Club 4, Diviso Room Officer l, 2, 3. Monticello. 0 LUCILLE ROSE S.A., A.Y.L., Dwiatic Club 4, Divisior oonr Officer l, 2. Undecided. 0 VERNON SABEL S.A., A.Y s Glee Club 3 ,o or-rrumfs sports 3, 4. R.O.T.C. 2, Division Room Officer 4.- A.Y.l.., Baird 3, 4, Orchestra 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 4-- hr ' ' 4 . if ' 1, . ff" I f. O RICHARD SCHUBA S.A., A.Y.L., Staqe Crew l, 2, 3, 4, Manager 4, R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4, None Commissioned Officers' Club 2, 3, Officers' Club 3, 4, Board of Control 4, Promotion Committee 2, 3, 4. lVl.P..I.C. I EDMUND SCHULZ S,A., A.Y.L., Division Room Officer 2, Track Team 2, 3, Stamp and Coin Club l, 2, 3, 4, Vice-President 3, Tau Epsilon 4, Boys Glee Club 3, 4, A Cappella Chorus 4. M.P..I.C. 0 ROGER SCHWAIGHART S.A., A.Y.L., Basketball Team 3, Band 3, 4. Undecided. 0 CHARLES SCOTT SA., A.Y.L., Intramural sports l,. 3. 4.-Chicago Normal, 0 DORIS SCOTT S.A., A.Y.L,, Girl's Glee Club 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Tau Epsilon 4, Fencing Club 2, 3, 4, Officer 2, 3, 4.--lVl.P.J.C. 0 JANE SCOTT S.A., A.Y.l..., Class Officer l, Division Room Officer l, 2, 3, Board of Control 4, Girl Reserves 3, Fashions of the Hour Club 3, 4, President 4.7 -Ames. 0 MARJORIE SECORD S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Annual Staff l, 3, 4, Business Staff l, 2, Promotion Committee 3, 4, Latin Club 2, 3, 4, President 4, Zoology Club 3, 4, Officer 4, Girl Reserves 2, 3, Division Room Officer l, 2, Board of Control 4.--DePauw, 0 WILLIAM SEITZ S.A., A.Y.L., Promotion Committee 4, Zoology Club 2, Division Room Officer 2, 3, 4, Emblem Club 4, Tau Epsilon 4, Intramural sports 3, 4, Swimming Team 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4. -Illinois. 0 LORRAINE SEMPLE S.A., A.Y.L., Ouilpen 3, 4, Tau Epsilon 2, 4, Commercial Club 2, 3, Fashions of the Hour Club 3.---Business Colleqe. 0 CHARLES SENER S.A., A.Y.L., Staqe Crew l, 2, 3, 4, Manager 4, Stamp and Coin Club 2, 3, 4, President 3, Board of Control 3, Checker and Chess Team l, Annual Staff 3, Empehi News Staff 4, Hi-Y 4.- lowa. 0 ALICE SHANNON S.A., A.Y.L., Board of Control 4, Commercial Club 2 ,3, 4, Secretary 3, Sale-smanship Club 4, President 4, Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Division Room Officer 2, Dancing Club 3. Undecided. O GWENDOLYN SHERARD S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Zoology Club 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 2, Girl Reesrves 2, Girl's Glee Club 3.-Spelman. 0 JAMES SIEMENS S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3, 4, R.O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Non-Commissioned Officers Club 4, President 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Officers' Club 4, Boy's Glee Club 2, l-li-Y 4.-V Chicaqo. 0 JOHN SIMMER S.A., A.Y,L., Stamp and Coin Club 3, 4, Junior Band 3, Boys Glee Club 4, Track Team 3,-f-Illinois. I THEODORE SIMONS SA., A.Y.L., Orchestra 4, Backetball 3, Junior Band 2, 3.-'Y.M.C.A. l1Paqe 461 I t Q J X.. , fwfl 't c" 'tfyf Yi I H 'L K.: J" eniom 1938 2 y 011 fum I 93 8 fx J K 1 is xx 4, 4 K. Q I, 4 ' N iv. ." ' Q! sz.: X, Q ,n 1 4 Q W 0 4 1 0 MARION SMITH SA. .1X.Y,L. Flymwl Simi L5':111tf'rx. O MERLIN SMITH 5-KA, !X.Y.I, Ywflwly Club fl, S, 4, Vic'ff-Pwsmir-111 4, H1-Y -4, Vu 1c'f ' If Ffmfi 1, ly A1 Lxlwlfzlm' 4, V: :wilful lbzu 1111t1wo 3, R.Q.'l'.4'. Fund ff 3, 11, Stauxp c1z.A i Cru. lqzlll 1, 7, 4, 13, f'f-:un Vxrfslf yn: 0 ROBERT SMITH SA., AX. L., 'ilu Fvsllcxn l, DIVISION Hn '111 0111 1'fX 1 X, 5.11: 117. C RUTH SNIDER I3.!X,, fX.Y.I.., A fum 11-1 Hn Cl 1111 Us 3, -1, GUI HHS: !v0s i. Hlmcyis. O ALVIN SODEHQUIST iff'-., fx,Y,1.,, Spfmish flub Q'. AIIILIH. O MILDRED SPANGLEH SA., fX.Y.I.,, Pvzshnns if IH H ur Vlul Uivxsi c'11 R sxcw m KXVHIVFT Und 1-1' Mimi. I ELLEN SPENCE S.J'x,, .5-..Y.1., 'Ilm I-1151! '. T .', -X -1, Srwwtrixy R, P'ws1dv11Y -1 Quill c1114 ' i S '1" ull 1 -4, V1 1"1 -Prwsemfm 11, GUYS KILL- fini! 11, S 11c' IKWGIY 11, Rumi ni .ff-mirwl 4, S 111. wr fjC,'H1!H'l1, Pfzupwkli Nfws 531:15 fy -1, V101 :7i1t'1 4, Ixivxsiwn RGDI11 QNHICFI 3, ff, flpmnsh Club 24, 4, VI 11111' M Qfful 4, Krslll H1 suvfs 4, txAVv155"VI1 ns, 0 DONALD SPIERS S.A,, A,Y.L., BCy's C2101 Vluls Q-I, 016321-511r1 .' '-1, 4, P'I1:5l'lf'm -1 Hxxrfi Aff Q' 1v11 tml 11, D1 1111111 111: Clul' 1, fl, 411 fxfi surm S, Pu 'xflfwm 4, IXIVISI I1 Tmmu Ofixwr -1. KIf.,i'fv1Li,-fi. 0 MARION STANKOW SIX, A.Y.L., Zulrfjy Fink! 23, 4, H1111 I-lws-xvfs T .' -, Ifw:.gwf!h1 N- was Sfuff 13, RllSiI1Ff'S Ftcrfi '7 FT, M,V..T.U. 0 ALEXANDER STEPHENS AN ,-'X,Y,l., fkr p1,f'1,,g1 ll H1 miii 1111 3, 4, H4151-zellwll 'T' 1'111 rx: 3, -1, Ffzlos1m'1:.Sl11p Flulw 12, fif1f'1+'m1y 4, IHVISIA Il 2911111 1lJHif'f'1 fl E, 213, 4, Ilrtrmmlml syn IIS H, H, -4. IVIQIAYFIIAI. 0 BRUCE STEVENS F'.fx,, A,Y.l.., Im 11111 u11f1l,:syv'11:1 I, 7, 3, 4. pllflilli' 0 MAHY LOU STEVENS SA., fx.Y.L., Tml Fpvslfcwz If -4, Al, Zrwlwfzy Vluly If, 11 1 s ' fu Latin Club 3, 11, Ofhver ll, -11, Girl Hefsmvos 1, Y, 4, G1r1's Gln- Lflulx ', Vxvzslwm Rm m Offivwr I-2, Kmmlcky. 0 SIDNEY STEWART SA., A,Y.L., Divisimz HOCII1 OHM'-'I N If Euswlx-121 Trmxm 7, A, In muml spwrls T, 3, 4, Selmrr Kjfllllfll. Wfxslmkmmv. I BETTY STOBER SA., f'x.Y,I,., Tun Epsihm 4, Bc 1111 i 3, 11, Orvlwsim QW, F, 4, S e11' IFYQIY 4, Vim P1-sxfil rw 4, P121 11.' , ' Ciulv 4, Stmnp and Coin Club 3, 4, Fxenfilx Clul' 11, Girl Rwsfkrvv s, 14, 4. Olaf-riiu. I MARY ALICE STONE S. lk., A.Y.L., T011 Epsilcvll 3, 4, Dmumtiv Clui' F, 4, Zrwcwlcnzy Club 13, H, 4, Ixhzrlflrlfz H112 7, 3, fi-111511 Vlui, 4, 4, C-ill Hvselru-S 1, Y, 3, 4, Fushlurls oi 1110 Hmm Vlul- lf, 4. Li11fif'fr1wf::fi. Q". 1 -- . , , ,, I 1 - N f AP ,Q L- 1 ,, f fm fl tri-1 f V .M f 1 .W ' s , R a I. 0 IOHN STORR3 SA., A.Y.L., Wrestling 'lbinn ZZ, A, Huslcelbull 4, Annucil Stull 2, 3, Stfznio Amd Coin Clul' l, T, 3, 4. Illinois. O ROBERT STRATTON SA., A.Y.l,., Division Room Officcsr 2, 3, Biisebul. 'lm 11x1 3, 4. Cliivcrqu. 0 MINNIE SUNDAY SA., A,Y.L., Girls' Glen Club 13, 4, Zoology Club 3. CIClI1HSlI'G fi, Giil Rnservos 2, 4, liilmniurcl spcrls ll. 4. Wilsoii 0 DOUGLAS TATRO SA., A.Y,L., Boys Glee Club ll, 4, Trask Tee fiiii 1, Wresllinq Tecini 3, Basketball Twain 4. Urirle-cidwil. O BARBARA TOCQUE S.A., A.Y.L., Brztcriy Club 3, 4, Girl Reserves 2, 3. Uiirlecidod, 0 BILLIE TCWELI. SA., A,Y.l.., Si w1'1 nisli Club l, Girl lilebsi-:Ives 12, Division Roc Jiii Offi rfri r Z, 3. NCIlllWl'XiSlf'llY. 0 RUTH TRENDLER SA., A.Y.l,., 'l'f1u lfiizilrpn Q-2, 4, Qi.ji'ilI1l9IClGl Club l, 2, 3, Fcsliiwizs nl tliv l-Inu: ilulw lf, llivisifzn Hi x.,iii Cllivwi fl. Rusinrsss Cfillrirqe. 0 P1-IILLIP UP? SA., A.Y.l.., Sluilvnl Court 4, .luilcw 4, lsnililrzm Club ll, 4, boys Glfm Club fl, 4, Swirnniinq Ternn 2, 3, 4, Truck 'lfwrii 4, Uslim lworco A, 4, Allilf-lic Guard IE, 'lkxu Epsilnn 2, 3, 4, Fl,O.T.C. l, 2, 3, 4, Non-Coxnmission-sd Qffiws Clull 2, fl, 4, Prssiclmit 3, Clfirrffs Club 4, Division Ronin Officer 3, 4. Purclun. 0 VIVIAN VAN ETTEN S.A., A.Y'.L. Noitrwmslv iii. O VIRGINIA VAN STEENBERG SA., A,Y.L., 'ldu Lpsilon l, Il, li, 4 Divisi rzii Rnoni OillC"'l I, D f'1f uinq Club 3, Frxsliicns of the llfzur Club 15, 4. lliinlwfiflsifl 0 VIRGINIA VELANDER SA., A.Y.l.., S4TlDSlIl'1llSlllIJ Club 4, CDIKCDPSTIG l, fl, Duncinq Club 3, 4 Gul Rc iisi rvvs fl, Difniiutir Club fl, 4. Unfls c:ir lrrl. 0 JAMES VOSBURGH SA., A.Y.L., Concert Bunil l, YZ, 3, 4, President 4, l?.G.'l,"f. Brriill l, 2, ll, 4, Jazz Crflirsslrci 2, 3, 4, Bouil oi Coizlrul 4, 'l rrrc' lc Twain ll, 4, Stmiip and Cain Club Q, Ll, 4, Znoloqy Club 2, 3, 4, I-li-Y 4. Ronssplrlpr. 0 ALEX WEBBE SA., A.Y.l.,, Svviinrninq Twrni i, 7, Scciul Conirnitteo l, 2, Divisign Rsurn Olfirpr l, ST, 4, SIIlVS Cuiiniiilles l, IZ, 'lun Epsilon 4, Sprrnisli Club l, ZZ. Cliicnqc, 0 EDWARD WELLYSTAT SA., A.Y,L., Divisiun Rui. iiii Gflicoi R.O.T.C. l, 2, 4, Orclisstru I, 2, 3, 4, Non Cir iiiiii iss icxi ied Office-r's Club 4, Bosinq, 0 ELAINE WENSTRAND SA., A.Y.L., Girl l3ie:s9rves l, 'l'r1ii lfpsilriin 2, Division Room Oilirm 4. North Park, lpiiiw 48ql Aly fn! P en ions 1938 eniom I 93 8 f f C.. AfA,.,w,,. ' v . t 4, ,f .aff U 1 Lal! I it 1jMlUfAl fy A K It ls V I 1 Y GRADUATES WITHOUT PICTURES 0 ETHEL BURNLEY S.A., A.Y.L.-Wilson. 0 EUGENE CASEY S.A., A.Y.I.., Baseball Team, 2, 3, Football Team 3, 4. -St. Benedict. 0 MARY DAWSON S.A., A.Y.I.., A Cappella Chorus 3, Girl Reserves 3, 4.- Nursing School. I RAYMOND GASSLER S.A., A.Y.l.., Swimming Team 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club l, Z, Emblem Club 2, 3, 4, Zoology Club Z, Division Room Officer l, 2.- Northwestern. I ROBERT GARSIDE S.A., A.Y.l.., Student Council l.--Alabama. 0 STELLA KAUPAS S.A., A.Y.I..--Undecided. 0 JEANNE POPE S.A., A,Y.L. Business College. 0 JACK SEITZ S.A., A.Y.l.. Undecided. 0 IOHN SNYDER S.A., A.Y.L., Boys' Glee Club 3, 4. Pierre. I JACK WENTSEL S.A., A.Y.l.., Jazz Orchestra 3, 4, Concert Band 3, 4, Orchestra 3, R.O.T.C. Band 3, 4, R.O.T.C. 3, 4. Stamp and Coin Club 4, Zoology Club 2. lVl.P.J.C. 0 MARION WENZLAFF S.A., A.Y.I.., Tau Epsilon 4, Fashions of the l-lour Club 3, 4, Division Room Officer l, 3, Intramural sports 2, 3. Business College. 0 VIVIAN WESTLAND S.A., A.Y.L. Undecided. I HARRIET WESTOVER S.A., A.Y.L., Stamp and Coin Club 2, 3, 4, Officer 4, Zoology Club 2, 3, 4, Jazz Orchestra 2, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Girl Reserves 2, 3, 4, Fashions of the Hour Club 3, Tau Epsilon 4. Macltflurray. 0 CORWIN WICKHAM S.A., A.Y.L,, Swimming Team TZ, 3, 4, R.O.T.C. 2, 3, 4, Non-Commissioned Officers Club 3, 4, VicefPresident 4, Usher Force 4, Boy's Glee Club 3, 4, A Cappella Chorus 3, 4, Treasurer 3, Business Staff l, 2, 4, Annual Staff 4, Zoology Club 3, 4, Baseball Team 4, Senior Class Treasurer. Florida. 0 RICHARD WILBUR S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon 3, 4, R.O.T.C. 3, 4, Non-Cannriissioned Officers Club 4, Usher Force 4, Chess Team 4, Division Room Officer 4, Photo Staff 3, Zoology Club 3, 4, Spanish Club 4. Armour. 0 LOIS ELAINE WILLIS S.A., A.Y.l.., Spanish Club 3, 4, Salesmaizship Club 3, 4, Commercial Club 4 Undecided. 0 THOMAS WISE S.A., A,Y.l.. lllinois. OEDLIS WOELFER S.A., A.Y.L., Non-Commissioned Office-r's Club 4, Zoology Club 3, Usher Force 3, 4, Division Room Officer 4. Iowa. I DCROTHIE JEAN WRAY S.A., A.Y.l.., Class Officer l, Tau Epsilon l, 2, Social Committee l, 2, Latin Club 2, Empehi News Staff 4, Girls' Glow Club 4, Swinisli Club 2, Division Rocm Officer l. -Grinnell. O JOAN WUNDER S.A., A.Y.L., Board of Control 4, A Cappella Chorus 3, 4, Secretary 3, President 4, Girl Reserves 3, 4, Treasurer 4 To , 'vsilon l, Z, 3, 4, Ouilpen Z, 3, 4, Secretary 3, Vice-President 4, Enipeln News Stat , ill and Scroll 4, Latin Club Z, 3, Division Room Officer l, Z, 3, French Club 4. Ohio ' .sley i 0 HELEN YANCEY S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon l, Division Room Officer l, 2, 3, Comm c' ,ub 2, 3, 4, Fashions of the Hour Club 3, 4, Girl Reserves l, 2, 4,--Northwestern io ICE YARLINE S.A., A.Y.L., Girls' Glee Club 3, Spanish Club Z, 3, Ernpehi News Staff 3X Chicago Normal. 0 JOSEPH YOUNG S.A., A.Y.I.., Stamp and Coin Club 4. Purdue. . lpagr? 49 .fgcfiuified 4 P 7 1- ' -I-fi LL- . ,-1 I y- .14 4 ja- sgluafenf .jgwociafzfon The Student Association, for the past year, has been under the leadership of Neil lohnston, presidenty Clarabel Grossmann, vice-president: Shirley Nelson, second vice-president: and Charles Beardsley, secretary. The Student Court was under the able leadership of lohn lackson, for the fall semester, and Warren Brown for the spring semester. The Promotion Committee was headed by l-lelen McCumber. Warren Brown was in charge of the Athletic Commission the first semester and loe Greenwood for the second. Dorcus Gallivan headed the Student Association at the Clissold Branch the last semester and Henry Melin for the first semester. The first semester aviation was used as the theme for the Student Associa- tion membership campaign. An airplane spelling the words "Student Asso- ciation" was used as the symbol for gain in membership, As additional members were gained the airplane spelled out more of the letters until the total members ship had been reached and the complete words were spelled out. The theme for the second semester was a circus. The different functions of the Student Association were called side-shows and a general circus theme was carried out. A new type of Student Association card was developed the second semester to prevent the use of one card for two or three persons. This year a handbook was published showing the different courses of study, organization of the Student Association and a great deal of valuable information. Throughout the year moving pictures were shown as free entertainment, which is a part of the Student Association policy. A new point system was established for the clubs whereby they were judged on their efficiency by the number of points they earned for their various activities. This system proved to be a great success. A new system was also established by the social com- mittee for filing activity cards. The financial committee began a permanent record file of Student Association created a new membership record this year of l58U members. zzwi of ci,,,,f,,,f FEBRUARY Joan Wunder Shirley Black Richard Dunworth Russell Treptow John Riddle Geraldine Holland John Jackson Henry Melin Robert Crow Michael Brennan Jane Bradley Bette Mitchell Robert Staudinger Harriet Lindsey Doris Scott Richard Nutt Betty Ann Turk Betty Burd Marjorie Laycock George Flanagan George Ish Marjorie Secord Robert Kerney Dorothy Bickel Robert Johnson Marilyn Menagh Allan Olsen Richard Bobbit Albert Klein Charles Drinkwater John Jackson Arthur Grange Edward McKinlay No Club Robert Kerney Emily McCornack - A Capella Chorus Annual American Youth League Athletic Guard Band Botany Club Boys' Glee Club Branch Business Staff Commercial Club JUNE Joan Wunder Shirley Black Richard Dunworth Russell Treptow James Vosburgh Virginia Nichols Robert Rantz Dorcas Gallivan Robert Crow Jane Bradley Dancing Club Betty Zarth Dramatic Club Donald Spiers Empehi News Doris Clay 6: Allan Olsen Fashions of the Hour Jane Scott Girls' Fencing Club F lounders Club French Club Girls' Glee Club Girls' Jazz Band Inter-class Council Jazz Orchestra Latin Club Officers' Club Orchestra Photo Staff Quilpen Ouill and Scroll Salesmanship Club Spanish Club Stamp and Coin Club Student Court Stage Crew Tau Epsilon Town Meeting Usher Force Zoology Club Edith Thompson Frank Karge Helen McCumber Frances - Ten inqa Marjorie Laycock George Flanagan Donald Baker Charles Drinkwater Richard Dibos Donald Spiers Wilbur Eckel Beatrice Mathis Doris Clay Alice Shannon Annarnary Kirchkoft Robert Musser Warren Brown Richard Schuba 6: Charles Sener Ellen Spence Jean Shields Eugene Schobinger Robert Palmer fPage 531 BCDARD GP CCDNTROL HUW Il: lbxxlxmcjlx, Plxlmel, Klnqe, lvlufzsavx, Lfmw, Lillxy, lYll1IlWUIlll, lllllxkw-Hex lllllllll. HUVV Xl: Hlxrlc Nz.-lmlfa, Slmnnon, Knnfklxoll, Fllmlxqfxn, Balcm, Scott, Olsen, BIOWH, Shields. ROW 2: Wundvx, Mlillmuz Spwrmvv, MrCumbl.'x, luynrork, Gnllxvfxn, Bradley, Thompson, Zmth, HOW l: PPI-cf-l, llllvns, Twptww Sym-1:s, Mlssfz Cfrmml, Gwssnmnn, Bmlxdslely, Sclxubm, Sclxoblnqm, Vosburqlm. STUDENT CCUNCIL ROW -4' Nlvlmlusz, Mlnutlm, Rolmmn, Dunlnm, Chapel, Falk, Blake, lvlelm, Hubwx, lwcnlws, lVluGmw, Ca:-l mlm, Wull, Mnlllqmx, Holla ROW 3: Bloomquxst, Stoclzdule, Gmssmfxn, Bxaxnwt, Fxssclvx, Mctljoxrl-x-k Qufxsl, Puqlx, Novtzel, Slmelxy, Uxwnlcwlxter, Cmtxs, Wonshund, Mortlmer. ROW Lewls, Yvo, Dlxvxs I-lwlqrxtw, Watts, Aoskud Bobbxt, Snnllx, Grohle, Prlnqle, Spence, Hull, Cvxvlumuqlx, P1-H--cf-2, Wylzw ROW 1: l-lumif-rsrn, Wurnlraivdt, Cluy, Rexnbold, lOl1.1FfOI'l, Capt, Lorentz, Eelndsley, Movie, Sony, l-lmnlm Nlaxxlas r2.....1 .f cm, The Board of Control, which is composed chiefly of the club presidents and other organization heads, has during the past year introduced a new system in an attempt to induce the various clubs to become more active. Points are given for each important activity or event in the club's program and every club is compelled to secure at least ten points each semester. The results of the point system will be influential in determining the receiver of the Spirit Cup. This cup is passed on each year to the club which is believed to have done the most for the school and students in general. Its presentation is the main event of the annual Board of Control Banquet in May. Also, retiring and new club members and Student Association officers are introduced at this gathering. Another project of the Board of Control this year was the promotion of a Board of Control assembly. Its purpose was mainly to acquaint the student body with the various club presidents and was presented in the form of a "Hollywood Premiere" with personal interviews before and after the movie "Board of Control" which revealed some of the clubs in action. Dates and plans for all other assemblies were made under the supervision of the Board of Control and its chairman, Clarabel Grossmann, and secretary, Charles Beardsley. .glluclenf Gunci The Student Council is composed of the chairmen of the various division rooms at Morgan Park High School. This body is the lower house in our gov- ernment and it is presided over by the president of the Student Association. It is the Council's duty to legislate for the benefit of the school. This group has no definite meeting time, meeting only when there is sufficient business to war- rant a meeting. During the past year the Student Council has helped in securing members for the Student Association and in helping to improve assembly order and in both tasks they proved very effective and helpful. Checks were made to see which divisions were highest in membership percentage so that the divisions with few members would then be able to be helped by the members of the Promotion Committee. Their aid was also enlisted in order to improve the con- duct of the assembly hall. A meeting was called expressly for the purpose and after their cooperation was received the conduct improved very much. This group plays a very important part in our school government and is indis- pensable. I:Page 551 ROW 3: MacKimm, Socorcl, Reich, Anderson, Hall, Palmer, Wickham, Nebel, Gilson, Ruff, Klaas, Bickel HOW 2: Akenhead, Miles, Hamilton, Pemberton, Marx, Potts, Upp, Rodger, Flint, Drinlcwaier, N., Sorgen iiei, Pope. ROW l: Heffley, McNeil, Donop, Crow, Black, Mis. Cello, Brown, Drinkwater, Wolff, Cruso M'Ne:l H VLVLDLMK P nge 'mol The purpose of this sheet is to bring the affairs of the staff into the lime- light, as they like to have them written from a personal viewpoint. Our staff is composed of numerous departments with varied responsibilities. At the head of these departments is Shirley Black, editor-in-chief of this year's "EMPEHl." Charles Drinkwater has been a successful literary editor because his inter' ests were varied and his knowledge was broad. Chucks studies of journalism have given him a comprehensive appreciation of the customs and ideals embodied in "EMPEHl'S" of former years. This year the standard he has set assures the success of his contributions. More than usual interest has been displayed in the various individual sports. Sports editor Warren Brown and his assistant Phil Upp are good sports- men and have taken part in competition championship matches within the school. They have recorded all activities with skill and understanding. A splendid business policy under the direction of Bob Crow has made the Annual self-supporting. Much credit is due his assistants Reinette Hall and Mary Jones. Thelma Donop, the staff's competent bcokkeeper, has kept all records in good order. To the following goes the credit for the 4A Activity and Hall of Fame blanks: Estelle Popes, Corlita Reich, Corwin Wickham, Alice Heffley, Palmer Ruff and Elaine Anderson. Our editor-in-chief shared the responsibility cf the collecting of the division picture money with Nancy Drinkwater, Marion Nebel, Lois Gilson, Henry Wolff, Dorothy Sorgenfrei and Audrey Flint. Much credit is due these young people for the dispatch and accuracy with which they completed their work, When you are enjoying the detailed information in the HEMPEHT' of the activities cf the clubs in which you hold a membership, remember Howard McNeil, Marjorie Secord, Virginia Akenhead, Dorothy Bickel and Jane Mac- Kimm were responsible for getting those fine write-ups. The necessary work of imparting knowledge to February freshmen regard- ing their procuring annuals has been well cared for by Mariruth Marx, and Anne Hamilton. Topping a four-year career of busy accomplishments, Shirley Black was editor-in-chief of this year's HEMPEI-ll". Our lovely blue-eyed, serious-minded Shirley has given a splendid report of herself in her attitudes, aspirations, and ability in the production of the "EMPEl-ll". B ciation with our teachers of Morgan Park this year's annual is her tribute to them. We salute Shirley and trust that she may go far in everything she attempts. ecause of Shirley's pleasant asso- Robert Crow, Business Manager of the HEMPEI-fl" annual and newspaper, well merits all credit given him. He has maintained a high average in academic work and showed outstanding qualities of leadership ond character. He has at all times encouraged a fine spirit in the staff room. Robert, the practical joker, has really beenla-f-ine Contact man for the ads appearing in "EMPEHI". The financial success of these ads have made its publication possible. r 4 1 -.. fix! . . -r .tx N With infinite grace and precision Mrs. Dorothy Cella has again concluded the editing of the H1938 EMPEHIH. She has been with us a number of years and each year seems more indispensable. Mrs. Cella has been a wise councilor and guide to all those who have been assigned definite responsibilities. She is one to whom the welfare of each student is a paramount consideration, and in return for this, we love, honor, and respect her. OR9 Members of the faculty have been very gracious in their cooperation with Marcia Cruse in assembling the accurate faculty list which appears in the Annual. A number of candid camera and kodak enthusiasts, under the direction of Wilbur Eckel, have taken the clever pictures which appear throughout the Annual to remind us of people and places. Those who have given fine assistance in the staff room in all phases of the compiling of the Annual are Mabel Rodger, Elma McClenathan, Robert McNeil and Alan Potts. A tireless but not thankless job is that of proof reading, which has been well done by Barbara Miles and Janet Palmer. It has been a pleasure for the staff members to assemble and present the HEMPEHI of 1938" to all Student Association members. Wage 571 . 'vv 'M ,J K! V ,VJ Qi d lbhtgi ind in th Jun ul 284 shuhbh vriih nz m. 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Ur i.w.vi.. .ia Dub "H " 'W' " ""f"""' " at r :mm 1 f h me pq: 'vvrrluztoei A.Y,:Ln:h kl M I Ill YK ' G 'H uf U Wh - -wigm mf 4 up x f Nth the xwin rm wth ' :Mi n v.- ' of ri, M. ,, - JW' W i 'MM shin lu lx W k1..x pmri In 154155, rmfimf, home! A fm, mum K A lift-1t"'lt'l"'W'm This rwwt-rw. Url- tl-'WV Wft'ftffdt' t'-Wt .Q new 5 J.-.iii rvmmt.-r and :mil rr.f...srmxuia,. ameri-my in ru.. .. Illfltlt' hill . .i ,, .+., ,MW 7 WllfI6A,lf mmm Members ot the Empehi News stall work hard throughout the school year so that Student Association members may receive their copy oi the school paper each week. The tall semester oi the school year brouqht several changes to the Empehi News. Chief ot these was the transition trorn a tive-coliirnn paper ol six paqes to a six-column paper of iour paqes. This rnoditication enabled the stall to print more news in a more convenient and compact torm. Robert Staudinqer was editor oi the Ernpehi News tor the tall semester, and it was under his direction that several improvements were made in the headline style and make-up of the paper. Robert made a special ot make-tip and typoq' raphy and in this way contributed toward the papers improvement. Doris Clay and Allan Olsen were co-editors durinq the sprinq semester. They worked toaether to maintain the hiah atiality of the paper and to oraanize a stall which would carry on the ideals ot the Empehi News. I I The Empehi News is a member of the National Scholastic Press Association, the Greater Chicago Scholastic Press Guild and Ouill and Scroll, the Interna- tional Honorary Society for High School lournalists. Robert Staudinger, Doris Clay and Allan Olsen from the editorial staff, and Shirley Black and Robert Crow from the annual and business staffs respectively, represented Empehi at the National Scholastic Press Association Convention held in Des Moines, Iowa, during the first part of December. This is an annual convention where student journalists from all parts of the country gather to exchange and compare ideas. Representatives of the paper also attended the Medill Press Conference at Northwestern University during the latter part of April. Nine staff members entered the annual extemporaneous contest of The Greater Chicago Scohlastic Press Guild. They were Doris Clay, Allan Olsen, Robert Crow, Robert Moore, Ruth Poor, Bernice Yarline, Margaret lean Sheahan, Robert Haedtler, and Elaine Kuehne. The Business Staff, of which Mrs. Dorothy H. Cella is the advisor, has played an important part in the production of the Empehi News through the soliciting of advertisements. Revenue which the business staff earns goes back into the paper in the form of photographs and cartoons. VBIUJ5 . . ROW 3: Wray, Martin, Shields, Sheahan, Starz, Nichols, Arthur, Crow, Allison, Horter. ROW 2: Iohnsf-n, Gordon, Hall, Soderstrom, Konlcky, Gregory, Spence, Mathis, Wunder, He-Wes. ROW l: Poor, Moyer Glass, Dingle, Olsen, Miss Bauman, Clay Haedtlei, Crow, R., Moore. ROW 3: Hough, Pearson, Arquilla, Erickson, MacNeely, Doyle, Diinkwater. ROW 2: Murray, Swtrnbeiq Munson, Kuehne, Davis, Connell, Reich, Flanagan, Robinson. ROW l: Sener, Hoffman, Tuerk, Howieson Crasper, Linaweaver, Samuels, M., Simms, Samuels, Ewing. lPaqe b9l 57171138 Li ROW 3: Klaus, Iones, Zins, Cruse, Wickham, Conwell, MacKimm, Matthews, ROW 2: Akenhead, Hall Reich, Berthold, Frnel, Hoff, Henning, Rodger. ROW 1: Black, Moore, Pope, Anderson, Mrs. Cella, Crow, Miles, Donop, Wray. fPage SOII owinead ga!! To Empehites the Business Staff is a small but essential organization. To it goes the task of raising additional revenue for the publications of the Empehi News, this is done by the selling of advertisements. The staff also has charge of the distribution of the papers to all teachers and Student Association members at the main building and at the Branch: exchanging of the Empehi News with all other papers in the United States and abroad, with all alumni and advertis- ers. To it also goes the additional job of making the Empehi News' budget balance at the end of each semester. Robert Crow has acted as the Business Staff's head for the past two semes- ters. During that time he has been assisted by Elaine Anderson. The dutiful offices of advertising manager, circulation manager and exchange manager fell to Mabel Rodgers, Reinette Hall and Mary Iones respectively. Thelma Donop, aided by Marcia Cruse, served as auditor. As an added asset to the Business Staff it had as its advisor Mrs. Dorothy H. Cella. ln December, as its representative to the National Scholastic Press Associa- tion Convention in Des Moines, Iowa, the Staff sent Robert Crow. Under the efficient direction of the various officers and the splendid cooper- ation of its members, the Business Staff finished another very successful year. MCRINI EY HART SPENCE GREENWOOD X14-f an AEQJZAVL Tau Epsilon, the honor society of Morgan Park High School, is one of the largest clubs in the school. In accordance with its purpose of promoting scholar- ship, awards are presented to the graduating seniors who have been members of the organization throughout seven semesters of high school. The awards are usually in the form of a Tau Epsilon pin guard. In order to become a member, the applicant must have four honor points, belong to the Student Association and have no grades lower than G. Honor points are awarded for each E or S, and for perfect attendance, also division room officers, to leaders of student activities, and to those who are outstanding in various lines of school service. Each prospective member must fill out an application blank approved by the division room teacher in order to join the club which at present has over three hundred members. Tau Epsilon's activities are many. During the course of the year it pre- sented for the students' enjoyment Irving the Magician. Under the able chair- man, Vice-President Ioe Greenwood, the club undertook the selling of envelopes to the under-classmen, these envelopes to be used as a safeguard for course books. Also the club sponsored its third annual Ping Pong Tournament, which was a huge success. All these were accomplished only with the able assistance of the club advisers, Miss Meroe Colan and Mr. Charles Q. Drummond. Officers for the fall semester were: Edward McKinlay, president: Fern Hart, vice-president: Iohn Mordue, secretary: and Rosalie Phillips, treasurer. Other officers for the spring semester were: Ellen Spence, president: Ioe Greenwood, vice-president: lane van Gorkam, secretary: and Robert van Etten, treasurer. IPaqe Sl HUVV 4: I5l.llllt Fil-ldlvy, fllmlll, f-Slohvl Lfullell, Hfdllvllld, SIPVQIIS, Ali, Glllss, Nlullols, Slllllllmll, Svwtt, Hut:-l, lkwk, Slwlxo. HOW ff: filllwkkold, Klllldsf-ll, Wwsmve-l, Klluhlloff, Rolwll, Mllltvlll, Bodlllaflll, bl,-rllld. Hnwvll Altus, ln--::l'Ilv, Cllzsm, Plllfllps. HQW Qt Dollos-, Blld, Bsiflldslmy, Hllvllck, Fflllbf-lll, Nrllswll Gl,u:9:slllllllll, Mwlldltll, Rclcinjul, Hodllus, Klllfjllt, Wlllllln-, RQVJ 12 VV1llldf2l, Molly-lll, Mn'CLlI11b'll, Gln'-llwoofl, bill-fllvv, Ml lillllvllllflllci, Vllll Gnlkolll, V-lll Fttvll, Iuzllllld, Klldllvfllllll, P-ltnllsoll HOW Ali M+llllll, Moltrwll, Hfllvllf-lt, Thfllllpzsoll, Scldnflstlolll, Fkloff, Allllsilollj, Moll, Blclolllfllllfzt, Wflflltll Sh--llllllyl, Hwlllllflll, Wollss, Lmswft, Wllqqflllwl, ROW 3: Twlgod, MOIkflIIX9!, Plttcll, Bl-1:14, Sftlll-lflwtfll Mllulr-1, Vllpkl-, Ivlllxifwl, Wlllwl, Vlllll, Ifnllllsoll, Rllflflelllvlvl, BlJkIICiS1A'Y, Hflll, Mllvs, Sulflllszvvll. ROVV Q Ilww--11, Kmll-vky, M.llx, IXAL'ljOIIXWlA'k, Foqwlsollfl, Kvly, Mfllsoll, Blfllllllwl, McCvllllrl, Dullwclill, Oh:-lu Ulm ll, I Nwlztnlll ROW l' Clllw, Swztz, Alqlllllll, Schulz, Blllckblllll, Mlss Clllllrlll, Plllvkswll, Seelll-lllsl Vllmzs, Nllll-rs, Ulfly. HOW 11: Alll-rl, Mlllllth, Ullllkv-, Stvlfz, Hfllllimrl, Lflllsw, MCNQM, Moole, Mlltllols, Nolsfhll, Iilslllwlv, Hzlfrdilvl Kllttwlllflllll 1.-luollllclll, Tllylol HOW 3: Kill-11191, Bloom, Innes, Althur, Slobos, Smith, DQ Bcllkfvlulvl f- Hllllll, Imvlls, Nllylul, .uhlltiwl Tllylnl, Clow, Yuullrl, ROW 2: Dolclll, Ioldflll, Wllltvlss, Swlrhis, STIOIIlbFCk Alllsml, Illl-zslumlll, I.-llllwlfw, Glmlsoll, Bolton, Zflykll, Coopel, HMIIIIXYIIIICJIIII, Dlx, ROVV 1: Bulllot, Fflsllhllllfgll Hwllcil.rk-aml, Pwwvlfs, Pllvflllw, Opzlwllll, Geary, Iohllslon, Hawes, Zllllh, Lcllllhllldz. II'.ll:l'i3ZZ1 'ri ,O ,O 0 vi HOW 4: Aldxuh, H-zwk, K1?x-f- Sqn:-m Sprzxvwx, Slfixf, Vv'1fdc'1v'1S1vvrz., Kwzy H :ti I5 'lu l, T- 1 xmiwl W 1. Pullnu, Pxcxrxewlfiy, L,ls1y Firm-.'z1, Nslfiwll, Thorxmfy 1151-LP, Hxity, Svmy-1, I'u4::,!1r1, 'Wyln HCJVV Q'. H4111 .fowllu'k, U-'Huang V,'v1ul1Ix0I:t, Pifwy wr, Vv'1SIf:l1uxv1, Svvf-f1xmf1f N, HL. wx H Ms If-WIN, K1111'::.1:1:1 I.. v HOW 1: Hllszhvs flvmxv-y, Rc-lwzxsf-zx, YAFIQJII, x'mz:.pl1rQl, Gzlswn, P11111 A:.df::1'n Hmm!-L1:',' Tflywvwtl Uhxluxl. HOW 4: VVf1x:rtf,r1, Ve tvrsl' ix K rim' 1, Fvhrmtt, Ftv 'lui xl'-, B1 min- x, I'I M, H-11:-:Wm TvTVfH:.1lr'i, fffklwxlxl Imw, Wwlvlx, And vxswn, 5'-1v.:1, icalmztft, CxwSS:w1n:: HCDVV 'S' fwxwxfnhl-7 4 lxflwlw-If Krxirn: Mv1Hw-my frmlh Ruvlmrk, IVlm'f!.1v, Hwgwz Smilm,MwM-llwxrm,K:x1:m,F1n,I:1 Ii, M'l-:rw fl, ?'Im1M:-, H' :lil :wi NUVN ' '-ly.-lxvv, Vxhxlllxrv, H+rin. in, Pwrnd Azurix sawn, Vxfwuk, Hzxxmuu, Twwffx N117 A.':11m, Vmxlylv Nwzih hi Awzk-ui, HM, Imhxirwnrm, Hlxxiffw Hula ROW' li Nf-Flu, lim. 1- L111, 'x'fw:?ylw:1 H Hrz. I'fw:r1','tlz, Pm: I 'T'wx1111r1n, Kuvlm , YV wx, Fwx1xkf, Fkww-in :km HOW' 4: Avlfxxxms ltlml, Vfwlxxl zu, Kwik ll, Ulu wh, Hm.I- 1, H 1:11-I VV':1i:, Um 'V A 17-1.1. L: L! 1111.- Twlmstcm, 4'f1::I1lzr.z11 HOW' 1: I-lung 1, L'T11:r11.:x,:-'z Iwuuwn, mfhm. ,E-, !i11!:x- :, Tim 'M 'A' 1'11v.L1u VYarISvI1mw'k, Itxvwlwfs Half, Guxmcillfsml fmrxcifvr. Ifzmzrvxu RUVV' f: LXHM1, I,g"'1fx, ',J'1::-'Y TJIv1N,N1 1 Irmwvv-fmswrx, W'h.1w, Vvyvmi, X-lwwrzwf W'1H1vIrn, Hlvw, 'I"x1,rm1, Sm:-: f'E,1:H-: HVVJ 1: Hflw, T. r hwxvlswmul, MHMH-1, M z7vl.:1I, IVlx:'.'f-1, Y1: 13-, Mwlw l, 4241: vt, fiif-lv 1, TH: zz. ::' fllxlfl ROW 3: Srvermce, Brinnt, Stewart, Hitt'-, Mulligan, Biuhl, Donop, Sorensen, Konacky. ROW ft: Frarrfiss, lt-tw-rs, lnrwrstiniri, Hull, Hallman, C:tlVtlI1fIl1ijl1, Willis, Lombardi, Correa. ROW lc Mat:Nt-ploy, Rein ti-nftt, ltr-wus, Kilt-lxlmtt, Miss Holland, tiiriixst-fri, Mermqlr, Blackburn. ROW LE: Hairy, Artlnn, Clrwqniy, Buvlnn rn, Artus, H xtttcld, Lost-Itt, Harm, Westlicil, Crow, Ian-wx, ROXN fl: flliwxliini, Rimw-l, Lfwiiwi, Rl'11xc'lvil1ru', B'ir:1lilvi, lVlordue, Carroll, Bronson, Stevenson. ROW 1: ltinnsvin W Miizzsnr, Vwtll, M tuvifii, Mziis Rrown, lnrlini-1, Hoiiqli, Kiy, Rrintz. The chief objective ot "El Circulo Espanol", or the Spanish Club as it is in English, is to give the Spanish students, who have completed one year ot the language, a better understanding ot the people, customs, and activities ot Spanish speaking countries. Under the helptul guidance ot Miss Mary Holland, club advisor, the club had a very successful year. Two doughnut sales were held to earn money to buy a large screen tor the Baloptican, books ior the library, and reading material tor the Spanish classes. The otticers for the tall semester were: Albert Klein, presidentp Marion Viall, tirst vice-p'esidentg Elizabeth Stevens, second vice-presidentg Robert Beeson, secre- tary: and lanet Palmer, treasurer. The spring semeslef otticers were: Anamary Kirchott, president: Ruth Hewez first vicefpresidentp leanette Reinhardt, second vice! president, Marilyn Menaugh, secretary, and Robei Dinnsen, treasurer. 9 lou n, 111 CM RIDDLE MARLEY VOSBURGH WENTSEL BICKEL N. HART SPIERS STOBER gan! QVLJ QI"CA85lfI"d The Band and Orchestra were organized to give the students an oppor- tunity for a better understanding of instrumental music and to develop whatever talent they might have. This has been accomplished under the expert guidance of Captain Guy D. Hartle. Whenever there is an assembly you will always find one of these organiza- tions participating in them. Last fall the Band and Orchestra gave their annual Ban-Stra Ball at the Skyline Athletic Club. This spring the organization sponsored a movie at the Beverly Theatre entitled "Hollywood Hotel." Due to the splendid cooperation of the members of these groups the activities were a success. For the last few years the Band has entered the city Band Contest and this year they received the highest rating given. This year the orchestra sponsored an assembly of young artists from the Chicago Conservatory of Music. The musicians that played at the assembly were a cellist, two violinists and pianist. The Orchestra plays not only for its own development and benefit but for numerous other occasions during the year. Every year the Orchestra plays at the commencement exercises of both the February and lune classes and takes an active part in all Parent-Teachers Association meetings. All members of the Band and Orchestra are eligible for major letters after they have completed seven smesters of instrumental music. fl if lg ' ' . ... 'N , ' V X . M Q, .15 WA Q is if W QE Y N ' HN: -..,. ., W wp NR -' f'jvM.I, NG I 'E X if . W "3 . .P . gf ,W -.N J- I Y' X f, if .NI I i X sf N55 gg "3'::'fi5X' " mf: V 6 X If. y A , ., ' 1 s. . I 1- sw, . if i' 1' wk Q' gf . 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YS K A .V at , , My up -ax I Q ' 'Q A I J 6 47 Xa ' W xg us -- wb- , W i g if Z sl Qs h ' f W ilk aku.-4' ' U . 1 '- W wi 46" 3' IJ A iz., I 2 48 4 A W Q' " f iv- . af-5' . , . v 'xxx . H .9 U? ,W - X Swv . ' "' 'it f K' HOW 3: Bobbit, Biuesch Howcll, Carlson, Biunqei, Maison, Westliind, Mcrcwi. HOW QT: Beitoszstr, l ci Dairir-ow, Ariqstrr-iii, Eckert, Conway, Barr. ROW 1: Kelly, Brrnnan, Shfrnncii, Stvplicriaz, Miss l N, Ganiaut, Hodonicky, Abrams, Malinsky. ilL5lflfLIl VLJZLLYQ The Salesmanship Club was founded in October ot nineteen hundred thirty-seven by Roger Nolan and Richard Bobbit, the objects oi the club being to aid in selling throughout the school and to broaden the members' knowledge by lectures, tours, and actual selling. These objects have been accomplished under the guidance oi Mrs. Dorothy Cella, the adviser for the tall semester, and Mrs. Margaret Barry for the spring semester. The only eligibility requirement tor membership in the club is that a student has to have completed one semester of salesmanship. Activities, which have been so worthwhile and helpful tor the school, can best describe the reason tor the clubs great success. ln the tall the club spon- sored the American Red Cross drive. The total was the largest amount ever collected and it tripled the quota collected the previous year. Mr. Robert May- saclc, who retired in the fall, spoke to the club on "The Importance ot Education." A pen and pencil sale was also sponsored at which time the club made a large profit. "Forward With Empehi" is the motto which has been chosen by Empehites by a contest sponsored by the club in the spring. A committee ot teachers chose the winners and three prizes were awarded to the three best mottoes submitted. The club also sponsored a Mothers Day pin sale. The money derived from this sale will be used to sponsor an assembly given by a blind woman and her seeing-eye dog. The officers for the fall semester were: Richard Bobbit, presidentg Florence Boersma, vice-presidenty Norma Eckert, secretary, and Fred Abrams, treasurer. The other otticers for the spring semester were: Alice Shannon, president: Harry Gamaui, vice-president, Alexander Stephens, secretary, Lorraine l-lodoniclcy, treasurer. As a newly-formed club, it has done a great deal to progress enough to be one oi the leading clubs in the school. lt is hoped that the club will go "For- ward With Empehif' X BOW 3: lwatitrkv, Milos, Grossmann, Dix, Iuillard, Martin, Ttrvlor, Marx, lordan, Rodflci, LOVING, Wliflltltl l,kloll HUVV Matlinrfsr-ii Soclerstrcrn, Morqtrn, Olsen, ltoitin, Geary, Wells, Mc'l"leri-rtliam Sriviirv Hupvi, lnicizvwy, xfrimrlwr-ll. ROW 1: Holland, Nulson, Sriericrl, Wunder, Mathis, Kfwriwrky, l.osr-ff, L'u:stm, l'tlttl:1uii, Fiona- HOVV .ii llavkrnd, Bnaclfctnrrl, Cir-rpvl, Vikznti, Slvbos, P-ilnivr, Kuehne, lVlr-yer, ltniql-H, lVllllIi1Y, Bivkvl, llittvlzwrrtr, l'vt-iixiwir, Naylor. HOW ff: Morton, Plnllzfis, lwunn, Reach, Tfnina-1, lVlr'Uoinirt'k, Nirliolrz, Mtn'Knnn: Stvlwz, itouvklwrct, Givwiiinari l'liui'olu. BOM' l: Kiitviiifrriri, Hortvi, lcrirts, Henfl-Al, Mvkjirrrilivi, M1:::: Kilim, Turk Buvkltiy, Andersson, Lfarltwr. NUI CA CQZIA The French Club was reorganized in the fall of nineteen thirtyeseven with Miss Beuiali Kemp as faculty adviser. The purpose of "Le Cercle Francais" is to become better acquainted with the customs and lanquaqe of the French people. French is spoken at the meetinas. During the past year "Le Cercle Francais" has carried on various activities besides its reqular bi-monthly meetinqs. lt has sponsored two sales, one of French creams, and the other of "petites Hershey barresf' ln the recognition of National Youth Week the club had as its quest speaker at a special meetina, Madame Darling, a French lady, who spoke on "Youth in France." The club has provided for two assemblies which were for the entire student body: the first, a dramatic entertainment by the actress, Miss Fannie Ellen Hoag, and the second, a baseball picture entitled "Batter-Up." ln addition, the club presented for all those who were interested in French the movie "Sans Familie." The officers for the fall semester were: Betty Ann Turk, presidentg Gilbert Wcrllace, first vice-president, Beatrice Mathias, second vice-presidentq Marjorie Buckley, secretary, Geraldine Holland, treasurer. The other officers for the sprina semester were: Helen McCumber, president, Ruth Hensel, first vice-presi- dent: Marjorie Buckley, second vicefpresidentg Elaine Anderson, secretary, and Mary lones, treasurer. "Le Cercle Francais" has made qreat strides in the past year for such a youna organization. ' A BRENHNANA ARTHUR BRADLEY BOBBIT ARQUILLA K lpaqe 7Ol BRADLEY ABRAMS HOLGATE MACK omrnerciolf CALL The Commercial Club is one of the most active and useful organizations in the school. The club was organized in nineteen hundred twenty-nine with a three-told purpose: to render service to the school through the Students' Ex' change and to furnish teachers of clubs with commercial Workp to increase the business lcnowledge of the students by taking excursions through educational business tirmsp and provide able and interesting speakers: to bring the com- mercial students together in a group and to provide a social life tor them. All students taking commercial subjects and belonging to the Student Association are eligible to join. The club has been under the able sponsorship of Miss Weislander for the last two years. ommerciaf C645 As it is the policy of the club each year to visit two places of business, the club this year has planned to go through the County Building and the mail- order house of Montgomery Ward and Company. Each semester some form of social activity is sponsored by the club. This year a house party and also parties given at school made up the largest part of the social calendar. Each semester ten percent of the earnings of the Students' Exchange is donated to the general school fund. From the remaining profit in the fall semes- ter a baloptican machine was purchased for the full purpose of the faculty. However, the profit of this semesters work has not yet been put to a purpose as the club has not yet decided on what to purchase. The officers of the fall semester were: Michael Brennan, president, Ardell Arthur, vice-president: lane Bradley, secretary: Richard Bobbit, treasurer: Iohn Bohman, sergeant-at-arms. The other officers for the spring semester were: lane Bradley, preside-nty Fred Abrams, vicerpresidentz Alyce Holgate, secretary, Dorothy Blomquist, treasurer: and lrwin l-loeper, sergeant-at-arms. If x f' . ,- X 1 if fx ls.-if , , 4' ' x,"N f' K I ROW 4: Marson, Dunbar, Dunba Alfricksfon, Wkqsghoxeck, Arquilln, Larson, Donovan, Thomson, West- phal, Harm, Telander. ROW 73X Anqstrotm, t,Mercier, Bloomquisi, Nelson, Bloom, Schachtlie, Shannon, Gustaveson, Sorensen, Stockdale. BOW 2: Iohansen, Fashbauqli, Fardy, Conway, l3ePue, Hodomcky, Lombardi, Pond, Yancey, Burke,'Bertossa. ROW l: Bobbit, Arthur, Mack, Holqate, Mis. Schachtlie, Miss Wieslander, Bradley, Abrams, Hoeper, Brennan. fpriqe 'fl N f ROW 3: Dunbar, Rantz, Mortenson, Schulz, McNeil, Vosburgh, Hill, Smith D nsmore Iett ROW 2 Senex, Westover, Ruff, Huber, l-lohhof, Young, Meredeth, Storrs, Cunningham BOW l lanes P H191 tension, Musser, Mrs. Brook, Drinkwatex, McNeilly, Meyer, Smith, .S?6ll'l'L,9 unc! goin To promote interest in the hobby of collecting stamps and old coins, and to aid in identifying unusual stamps is the purpose of the Philanumismatists, commonly known as the Stamp and Coin Club. Founded in the spring semester of nineteen thirty-five, this club has flourished under the supervision of Mrs. Ada Lillis, the founder, and Mrs. Genevieve Brook, present adviser. Mrs. Brook, who is a stamp enthusiast herself, has given much help to the club by identifying odd stamps and by presenting the club with numerous issues. The club was awarded a trophy cup by the Beverly Hills Philatelic Society three years ago. The second ex- hibit, which won the cup, depicted the history of the United States through its stamps. The club has retained the cup ever since. Recently, two musical assemblies have been sponsored by the club. The first was the forty-five piece American Symphony Orchestra conducted by Dr. Gustave Bonfort which was enthusiastically received by the student body. A tour through the downtown post office last No- vember helped the Philatelists to realize how Uncle Sam handles his mail. Occasionally auctions were held, at which time students bid for the stamps donated by the members of the club. The officers of the club in the fall semester were: Charles Drinkwater, president, lohn Mortensen, vice-presi- dentg l-larriet Westover, second vice-president, and Robert Palmer, secretaryftreasurer. The officers for the spring semester were: Probert Musser, president, Robert Palmer, vice-president, Anita lensen, second vice-president, and Campbell MacNeeley, secretary-treasurer. P 11.10 72l ROW 4 Grattinger Lipskex, Ruff, Forsyth, Clarke, Clay, Bingham, Olsen, Dundon, Roh-nson, Tro lander ROW 3 Gre nleat Cooper, Hoff, Reid, Staifelbach, Whitman, Roif, Teninqa, Nichols, Vanflorkonu, Day Peterson Knapp ROW 2: Tweed, Cook, Knight, l-leadland, Mulberry, Searles, Bird, Smith, Aken- ieacl Oudshof Hooper Bannon. RQW 1: Dibos, Green, Mortimer, Teninqa, Palmer, Mis. Hot-lit, Diinkw :ter Stev ns Lau rnian, Crockett, MacNee1ey. Ofafin Sodalitas Latina, one of Empehi's three language clubs, was founded in l93O on April 21, the legendary date of the founding of Rome. lt is a society composed of Latin stu- dents eager to learn more about the language, customs, and lives of the Roman people. Most of the proceedings of the club are carried on in the Roman manner. As if they were in ancient Rome itself, the members are initiated in a true traditional way: officers with Roman names con- duct the meetings: and at the celebration of the Saturnalia at Christmas time a Rex, or king, is chosen and "sacrificed to the gods in true Roman fashion." To commemorate the founding of Home and of the Latin Club a banquet or luncheon is held each year. The Hemicycle Room of f-farvey's Restaurant on Michigan Avenue was the scene of the luncheon again this year. Our principal, Dr. Eston V. Tubbs, and Miss Cora Petty, Latin teacher who recently visited Italy, responded to the toasts: and the guest speaker of the occasion was Mr. Constantine Tziolas, a native of Greece and a graduate of both Morgan Park High School and the University of Chicago. l-le used ancient and modern Greece as the theme of his address. The Latin Club maintains a scholarship fund and awards one hundred dollars to the most deserving senior applicant with a high scholastic rating. Mrs. Harriet Arthur Hecht was again the club advisor. The officers for the fall semester were: Marjorie Secord, First Consul: Charles Drinkwater, Second Consul: William Nelson, Scribe: Virginia Akenhead, Quaestor: and Mary Lou Stevens, Ways and Means chairman. The officers for the spring semester were: Charles Drinkwater, First Consul: Mary Lou Stevens, Second Consul: Francis Teninga, Scribe: Robert Palmer, Quaestor: and lames Siemens, Ways and Means chairman. fpaqv 73 HOW 4: llonop, Olson, VVachtr?r, Richardson, lanney, Ekloff, Buckley, Moore Pemberton Akenhn cl Butler, Plumper. ROW 3: Schmitt, Wallace, Samuels, Brewers, Horton, Simms nolsyn mu Oudsxlwff, llntfman, Olson, l., McCune. ROW 2' Nelson, Spence, Hall, Loqatzko P rttrswn my Mulbfrrv Srwrzwritrvi, lndstwr, lohnston, Gordon, Correa. ROW l: Stewart, Cooper, ennrt Mx Krmn Q rod Miss Bell, Pfrlrrwr, Andwrson, Carictr, llfry, Hill. HOW -1: fllitrqnirrlvlr, Wrlbei, Hill, Str-wrrns, Blornqurst, McNeil, Fons, Shoernr Vw. u r L'rusv, Miles, Wurrnstedt, Crockett, Wlcklicrrn, Crow. ROW 3: Phillips, Ftvrntz for t Jn Duxct o Smith, Huber, Abbott, llvrvus, Kay, Forsyth, Nvbel, Hauqh. ROW 2: l-lownrcl, H 1 lint n r Sttrridvrllrru, Naylor, Stvvcns, Grevgory, Tyla-r, McCornack, Green, Tr'ol.1ndf IV f'nnlwy, lully, itfry, Ourrst, Mullnrrrn, Custer, Akerllmrsrd, Hull, loestnt-. ZH? Ogg Under the able leadership of Miss Bessie Bell the Zo- oloqy Club completed another successful year. This year the club has swelled to about twice its former size, the total membership now consisting of over one hundred. A few of the interestina speakers the members heard were: Mrs. l-licks, who spoke and qave movies on her tame robin, "Bobby Robin," and Mrs. McClure, who spoke on animal movies. Cn February twenty-second, ai the school assembly, the club presented Mr. and Mrs. Parsons, in sketches trom the life ot Abraham Lincoln. The officers of the fall semester were: Emily Mc- Cornack, president: Bobert Crow, vice-president: Virqinia Akenhead, secretary: and Barbara Davis, treasurer. Officers for the sprinq semester were: Robert Palmer, presi- dent: Elaine Anderson, vice-president: Marjorie Secord, second vice-president: lane MacKimm, secretary: and Donald Bennie, treasurer. Illmf 'fn . 7 gr. 64,4 Under Mrs. Bernice Hartle the Girls' Glee Club has become one of the most important musical organizations at Morgan Park High School. The club is open to all girls who have completed two years of music: and choral work is the main interest of the club. Although the group meets every day and a minor credit is given to its members, the organization is represented in the Board of Control. During the fall semester the girls entered the city-wide Glee Club contest, in which they sang "Ave Marie," arranged by Deems Taylor, and "Nymph and the Swain," by H. Clough-Leightery at Christmas an assembly was given for the student body. An assembly was presented by them for the Parent-Teacher Association and in the Latin assembly presented for the members of the Amer- ican Youth League the club rendered "Ave Marie." Officers for the fall semester were: Betty Burd, presidenty leanette Colley, vice-president: Ellen Spence, secretaryg Dorothy Forsyth, treasurer. Frances Teninga and Sue Bushnell served as president and vice-president, respectively, during the spring semester. Other officers of the term were as follows: Ellen Spence, secretary: Dorothy Forsyth, treasurerg and Miriam lanney, librarian. HOW' 3: Standerlrne, Mansfield, Case, Calder, Lindsey, Brubaker, Bochman, Sunday, Correa. ROW 2: Pacatte, Waqqoner, Ianney, Tweed, Howard, Olsen, Bradley, Cavanauqti, lolinsen. ROW l: Munson, Murray, Tooker, Penson, Morten, Kxrchhoff, Kay, Rickard, ROW 3: Howe, Carter, Pemberton, McNeil, Merriman, Hart, Trolander, Carroll, Taylor, Mrtchell, Butler, Francis. ROW 2: Oudslroff, Samuels, Lovrnq, Custer, Pattison, Wray, Geary, Campbell, Snrrtli, Gregory. ROW 1: Simms, Samuels, M., Bushnell, Tenrnga, Mrs. Hartle, Forsyth, Spence, Keating, Hooper, Dix. l l fPaqe 75 ROW ll: Slrecrhrrn, Hrrnnlton, Buell, Heffley, Miles, Mourer, Slebos, Close, Potts. ROVI ffz Stone, Olsen. Itonogr, loxitts, Turk, Mmttn, lfxnney, Gust, Frnrims. ROW l: Aiqtnllrr, Siemens, Kew, C1111-rr, Mizz. llevlnt, Sttifis, Holvlifts, Brvugs, Rldrtkbu RCJW 5: W.Cl4nrrn:, Moixson, Cotter, Nelson, Blake, Hobe, Trier, Eken, Muszsc-1, lolinson, Snnrnwr, Sobel Holiltotf. ROW DT: Nelson, lorl-Qson, Mordue, Yclnku, Tliornpson, Peclitir, Upp, Ktinitti, Vv'w:2t, Potts, Irrclcscirr, Ttxtto. ROW 1: MPiJeil,R., llctdcxe, Mortenson, Bbfrrrlsley, CM Funders, Miss Mriti-liy R1nt7, Rwitrlslfy, if lVlc'Nt-l, ltnnotxr. Bette Mitchell Dorrel Coris Moxie leon Froncis Donold Spiers john loclcson Robert Musser lolin Mortenson Dcvvid Hill Z rarnazfic President Vice-President Secretory Treosurer t f C7 A Q0 f M President Vice-President Secretory Donold Spiers Sylvia Correo Moiory Koy Robert Borchers Robert Rontz Wolter Sanders lolftn Mortenson Treosurer Robert Beordsley l ROW 3: Aitns, Forsyth, Pace, Smith, Hough, Huber, Schaeder, Story, MCCOIiU'ICfk, Stoker. ROW 2: Lusvtl, Htmtiiuk, White, Hvniwenius, Miles, McNeil, Wickham, Crockett, Dingle, Nicholas. ROW l: Hart, Schulz, floicliois, Honsel, Palmer, Mrs. Hartlo, Wunder, lfiunwoith, Ttinnsen, Kamrnerer. ROW 3: Crow, Martin, Slf1IlC'lD1'llI10, Murray, Naylor, Morton, lituvidson, Moore, Wlntintrn, Wrxltei. ROW li? Inlinston, Armstrong, Hotzel, Loqtitzke, Heurnan, Lovina, Vtlells, McCuno, Geary, Loving, Cir-wk-':. ROW l: Plavix'-fi, Potts, Brrrtosli, llay, Nelson, Tyler, Carter, ltz'fCresyiicl1y, Heticllfnid, Wolff. The A Capella Chorus, under the guidance of Mrs. Bernice Hartle, was formed in the year nineteen hundred and thirty-four for the purpose of creating an appreciation of music through the study of vocal harmony. When first organ- ized, the chorus was open only to juniors and seniors: now, however, any stu dent who has obtained two music credits is eligible to membership after passing a vocal test. On the last day before Christmas vacation, in keeping with the Empehi tradition, the A Capella Chorus and Glee Clubs roam the school halls singing melodious Christmas Carols. The chorus also represents Einpehi in its musical enterprises such as the annual musical production. The officers for the fall semester: loan Wunder, presi- dent, Neil lohnston, vice-president: Ruth Hensel, secretaryg Corwin Wickharri, librarian. The other officers for the spring semester were: Ioan Wunder, presidentg Robert Palmer, vice-president, Ruth Hensel, secretary, Richard Dunworth, librarian. IVUNDEF PALMER ,4 CMA. CAOPII45 ion Ns'roN 4. 4 .A Aan .nn KN A - ,- ROW fi: llrvlwztv, Vw-lc, llmll, Bradley, Powers, Amen, Ciiiru, lfwinq, Clifipinfni, R'-tiii. RUXN fi: Tuinfi l'ix-with-, lil-mm: Ulhiiiwi, Tiovwi, Gioszzsxiifiiiii, Truro, Nelson, Mrllowell, Slwni ROW l: ll'!Xi1-y ll-'itll-wld, Un: liunlvn, fftwlmi, lam'-2, Bnskol, Poaclsoiia, Ruqcreiiicu, Arixistifmfq. HOW .33 Cluvv, 'l'-iylrmi, louis, Gwiiriiioig Hill, l'i'ocrnke, Houqh, Wiirizlfifl, lqsillwrzsvii, WfiQl+'i, Sf.:nl-csv: Stioiiilwi-wk, Twwilf, Sicyfi. RLDW Y: liriiiiiq, lrinnfiy, liix, Bfulofsli, liurilyrii, Fi-inl-2, R1:'ki'1icl, 'l'lioxnSf,u lVlrri'Ku:nn, l,.ml:wj', Giorzsiniiixii, Rivliriiclzsoii, Huivll. ROVV If lxnriogi, V1riiSli-wyilwim, Biuffsfli, Viiuir' I'iil:nvi Mum Gi -"l wlil, F-will, Alt, lfiww, liifwwi ii, l,lND.2l'fY J I J-! H45 Ll0l"1.5 0 fl!! 0141" The purpose ol the Fashions oi the Hour Club is to promote enihusiasin in sewinq and lweiler iasie in style. Carrying out ihis purpose, we have had an insirucior irom the Frederick Mizen Academy of Ari, as well as a represeniaiive from The School Sewinq Service of New York, speak on the subject of fashions at two olifiereni assemblies. A sale of hats, interesiina to the WBBM Theater and our own annual style, cgornpletes our calendar year. ' cbt 'ff' . PALMER IP4l4I1"f'l8l ROW 3: Hall, Henning, Lee, Smith, Clay, Miles, Robinson, Davis, Sheehy, Horter. ROW 2: Ewing, Stevenson, Ftodqer, Howteson, Burnet, Massxas, Tuerk, Bertltold, Tweed, Wolff. ROW 1: Black, Retrhmt, Gordon, Wunder, Matltxs, Miss Lorenz, Konecky, Reich, Thompson, Woolley. ROW 4: Apktnq, Munson, Dunbar, Chocliole, Morton, Forsyth, Dunbar, A., Smith, Greqson, Chapel, Diesel, Strornbeck, ROW 3: Stnqer, Harrell, Cook, Ewtnq, Phillips, Velandex, Allison, Cooper, Pemberton, Singer, E. ROW 2: Loqerstrom, De-Pue, Loseff, Leneqan, Fardy, Iordon, Lambert, Bradley, Holqate, Conway. ROW 1: Francis, Turner, Powers, Zarth, Miss Kurz, Chapman, Barry, Mattson, Parratto. Qoaigoen Marilyn Menaqh Beatrice Mathis Marjorie Konecky Anna Gordon ancing Betty Zarth Roberta Chapman Florence Barry Mary lane Powers President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer President Vice-President Secretary Treasurer Beatrice Mathis Ioan Wunder Corlita Reich Marjorie Konecky Betty Zarth Clara Diesel Florence Barry Elsie Leneqan fpaqe 79 !QA0m 0 fiom ommzfffee C. mance ommiffee Page Hill ROW 3: MacKixnm, Alt, Crow, Stevens, Kammerer, Cruse, Seitz, Pearson, Rickard. ROW ZZ: Sylvesztry, Secord, Kamin, Dunclan, Gregson, Schactlie Wall. ROV! l: Grossn nn, Moore, Akfwrtmtrd, Hvnsf-l, McCumbcx, Mr. Tweedie, Geary, Lovinq, Drrnkvwrter. ROW 2: Peterson, Phillips, VanGorkonr, Dundou, lohnson, Lauermtzn, Gregson, Alltson, Mt-wcttttt, Pfrttxson. ROW l: Custer, Bradley, Black, Berrdslsy, Mrs. Sch-wchlte, Nrclvols, Marafrn, M'yt-1, lmtrttmrcl.. The Promotion Committee is the most newly organized department of the Student Association. lts purpose is to promote all the activities which are spon- sored by the Student Association during the school year. This is done through advertising with posters, a public speaking system, bulletins, and devious methods of attracting the attention of the student body. The committee handles a bi-annual drive tor new members, all ticket sales, and the distribution ot hand- books and student directories, The committee was ably handled tor the entire year under the direction of Helen McCumber, chairman, and Mr. Richard Tweedie, the faculty adviser. The Financial Committee is composed of sixteen members, headed by a chairman, and is under the supervision ot the Student Association secretary. its members collect the Student Association dues from the division room business representatives. The members are: Shirley Allison, lane Bradley, Doris lean Custer, Virginia Dundon, Nancy Gregson, Norwood Hart, Edgar lohnson, Bud Lauerman, Katherine Lombardi, Rosemary Meridith, lohn Meyer, lane Morgan, Ruth Pattison, Marion Peterson, Rosalie Phillips, and lane van Gorkam. The committee has done exceptional work this semester under the able direction of Virginia Nichols and her adviser, Mrs. Ruth Schachtlie. own Weefzfng President lean Shields Vice-President Barbara Miles Secretary , , Betsy Morten Program Chairman lean Pemberton 61 ZZ l"CA01ffl"6I HOW 3: Slit'-rtmri, Altus, Davis, Hovkeit, Cruse, Klielme, Forsyth, Murray, 'Niritgo HOW 12: Gwrry Crowu, Moorv, Ttxyloi. Correa, Meredith, lacobson, Loving, Pcwison. ROVV 1: Hubu-1, Houqli, Morten, Miss Wilson, Slicilds, Miles, Periiberton. ROVV fl: Sziiqvr, Pruhl, Iorws, Pwece, Wentsei, Miiirell, lett. ROW l: Robertson, Lfryrotrk, Bixlwr, Clwvwltxud, Univ--1, Rossini Str-iveii. 1 1 l flilage 821 ROW 4: Prongle, Hughes, l-lilbrecht, Peterson, Gareiss, Northstrum, Andrews, Ness, Thayer, Soltos, Kunkel, Schielke, Herman, Roebuck. RQW 3: Glass, Storrs, Oblinger, Naglor, Greene, Skipworth, Schmitt, Bockman, Iones, Lafterty, Borton, Sims, Freemon. ROW 2: Fischer, Wylie, O'Connor, Strett, Batty, Totro, Burke, Cough, Pearson, Malinsky, Smith, Burke, B. ROW l: Boocktord, Lyon, Lerner, Schachilie, Ulreich, Miss Fischer, Karge, Ulreich, A., Opfer, Dick, Hipp, ROW 4: Silvestri, O'Shaughnessy, Frank, Wright, Dahlgren, Hillstroni, Nelson, Moore, Thomas, Nay, Daxnrow, McMurray, Elomquist, Monson, Lambert, Thomas, ROW 3: Koulco, Pullar, Kosar, Adams, White, Graef, Langi, Schultz, Brown, Holm, Baker, Wienold, McDowell, Euchner, ROW 2: Lewis, Holes Mitten, Tuinez, Metcall, Stettz, Hervey, Farnondis, Moxeiner, lones, Crane, Semprevlro, Hodges. ROW l: Fisher, Kay, Luther, Winkelman, Kilign, Mohr, l-lanson, Groom, Landeck, Shields, Wedderspoon. .CJ7.AJlfLl'L6J8I"5 President ,,,.,,,,. .,,,.. F rank Karge Vice-President , ,, ,i.,, Alex Ulreich Secretory-Treosurer., H ...., Iohn Ulreich 7 lacing ROW 3: Bannon, Schmltt, Burnet, Trolclndet, Dunbm, DeBeukelner, Knobs, Th-Jmpsrnn, MCNetl, Day, Boqun, Cook. ROW 2: Wells, Browere, RE'1I'llTIl.1lh, Mosstas, Fledlex, F1she1, Hflvllck, Cunnxnqhcm, Schultz, Hurrel, Loqutzke. ROVV 1: Iohnston, Muthzs, Mattson, Stmrns, Muttnfaws, Mx. Gxuslxoff, Thompson, Svntt, Vtluqqoner, Unzlxofer. fbi Qlflt 0l1U"f 5 J C HOW 2: Nucholns, Smp, Htumltou, Bvtlxke. ROW' 1: Olson, Nachols, Brown, Campbell, Upp. .gg ROW 2: Wunder, Mathis, Meyer, Holster, Roqer, Hall, Poor, Drinkwater, Reich, Anderson, Menaqh,, Greqory, Hall, l-lewes. RONV l: Black, Htredtler, Olsen, Glass, Srence, Miss Bauman, Cloy, Dingle, Moore, Crow. The presidinq otticers of the tall semester were: presi- dent, Allan Olsen, vice-president, Beatrice Nathisp secre- tary, Shirley Black, and treasurer, Bobert Crow, The otticers for the sprinq semester were: president, Doris Clay, vice-president, Ellen Spence: secretary, Marion Dinqlep and treasurer, Homer Glass. IPCICJC' 841 Qui!! ana! ,giroff Quill and Scroll, the international Honorary Society for l-liqh School lour- nalists, which is now under the co-advisorship of Miss Alma Bauman and Miss Mary Nelson, was organized at Morqan Park Hiqh School in l927 by Miss Margaret Sturqeon. Before becominq a member ot the society there are tive requirements which each applicant must meet. He must have performed an outstandinq service in some phase ot journalistic work, have attained his junior year, be scholastically in the upper third of his class, be recommended by the advisor of the society and approved by its national executive secretary. As deleqates to the National Scholastic Press Association Convention held at Des Moines, Iowa, in December, Quill and Scroll sent Shirley Black, Doris Clay, Robert Crow, and Allan Qlsen. Quill and Scroll was also represented at the Sixth Annual Medill Conference and the Quill and Scroll Externporaneous Writina Contest in the sprinq semester. The closing event of the year was marked by the Annual Press Banquet held at Miclcelberrys on the eiahteenth of May. OLSEN MATHIS CLAY SPENCE ROW 2: Swearingen, Gregory, Buell, Dibos, Olsen, Sener, McCumber, l-lensel. ROW 1: Clay, Dunworth Miss Callahan, Dr. Tubbs, Mr. Meyers, Black, Haedtler. merican Mmflz Layne Late in November, of nineteen hundred thirty-six, Unit Number One of the American Youth League was started in the Morgan Park High School. Only the juniors and seniors were permitted to become members. Regarded not as a desirability, but as an absolute necessity by its founder, Dr. Eston V. Tubbs, the American Youth League seemed to be the best practical remedy for the crisis which seemed to be developing in the United States. That is, dictatorship or near-dictatorship in the government of the United States. As the totalitarian states gradually increase their number in Europe, the quesion will surely be put to citizens of the United States. Better to combat this menace the American Youth League has certain well defined objectives. Chief among these aims are: tll To gain a comprehensive knowledge of what citizenship stands for, C27 to acquaint ourselves with the backgrounds, lives, and customs of other nations, and C37 to become civically conscious of our rights and duties as United States citizens. A list of these and lesser purposes may be found in our pamphlet. ln addition, much more material pertinent to the American Youth League is included. By means of pictures, diagrams, quotations, and other literature, this pamphlet tells of the American Youth League at Morgan Park, the procedures in organizing other units, compositions by members, the con- stitution and the byelaws of the American Youth League, and an outline of various meetings. At the present, the program includes such widely varied activities as pub- lishing a second edition of the pamphlet, preparing for American Youth League assemblies and meetings, the selling of American Youth League cards and pins, the sponsoring of a movie at the Beverly Theater, the taking of an intense interest in public affairs, the promoting of Youth Hostel movements, the expand- ing to other schools. The future of the American Youth League is very gright indeed. Already various high schools have indicated their willingness to establish units. More- over, university presidents, ministers, speakers, men high in political life, the thinking men of today, have approved of the American Youth League unre- servedly. In time, units will be in one high school, then in two, three, four, then in all the high schools in the city, then in the State, and finally in all States of the Union. The American Youth League will be nationwide! 1 ! I fptiqe 851 11. 5' 2 12190 l"l?l,lf To n.c,tintain the stage ot Enrpehi and to handle the mechanical end ot all productions held in Blackwelder Hall is the job that talls into the hands ot the Staae Crew. Approximately eiqht thousand dollars of equipment is used by the crew in pertorriiinq its many duties behind the curtains ot the staqe. Everythinq trorn spotliahts and movie projectors to the large scenic sets and drops are handled liy the small group under the supervision of Mr. Curtis A. l-lunter. The crew readily cooperates with all such organizations as the Parent' Teachers Association, the dramatic Club, the photo stati, the qlee clubs and all other groups that use thc staqe tor various purposes. Arthur Grange was nianaqer ot the crew last fall and he was succeeded by Richard Schuhct, who filled the position until he in turn was relieved oy Charles Soner this spring. llhttrt tttrl 3. t", ttllN'tiF mt, my '39 Candidly speaking, there is much to say in so little space about one of Empehi's most active groups, the Photographic Staff. Mr. A. Royall Gay organized this group in nineteen hundred and thirty-seven to promoting photography which each year adds more interested students to its group. The staff at the present time numbers ten hardworking fellows who spend all their free periods in the dark room. They often work all afternoon, also whenever the occasion demands immediate attention. The majority of the equip- ment used by the boys is "home made". Each fellow is assigned to a specific job which he is expected to perform with absolute precision. Almost any afternoon if you are up around the dark room you can see lames West mixing chemicals and making solutions for anything and everything along the photographic lines. lim, you see, is the chief chemist for the staff. Much credit is due Martin Haedtler and his assistant, William Shoemaker, for the fine news- reels they have taken of the school throughout the past year. The news reels have shown all activities and happenings at Empehi and it is quite a thrill for Empehites to see themselves "in the movies". Alexis Miller is the portrait photographer and Bayard Lyons has carried the responsibility of the newly acquired sound projector. With always a lot to do, Iames Stiggleman, Wallace Morton and Charles Hamilton, the "handy men" on the staff, never have trouble keeping busy. Charles Deneen has charge of the files for the staff. The co-managers for the semester were Wilbur Eckel and Alexis Miller, being business manager and dark room manager respectively for the staff. Whenever any department of the school wanted pictures for any purpose Wilbur Eckel was always there ready to have them taken. He was responsible to Mr. Gay for all prints and photographs, newsreels, and other shots. As faculty advisor Mr. Gay deserves much credit for the amount of work accom- plished by the staff. Many things that have happened have been overlooked, but the big- gest change of all is the faces of the students. Two classes of Seniors were graduated, two classes of Freshmen entered, and the other stu- dents became two semesters older. H9190 871 QTAQ fPoge 881 CZMLZ Since the opening of the Clissold Branch four years ago, it has grown each year until now there are two hundred sixty-five students enrolled. Many addi- tions were made to the physical equipment of the Branch during the past year. The high school rooms, formerly located on the first floor, were reelocated on the third floor, a modern demonstration table was installed in the science class' roornp and shelving and seating facilities were provided for the new library. A complete industrial arts laboratory, including a printing press, paper cutter, potter's wheel and kiln, and bench machinery was acquired. Also a new Ditto machine has been added to the office equipment. As nr fireoi nicrioriiy ol the students fire nienibers ol the Student Associr: non, il wars possible to hcgive CIN exceptionally lorqe nurnber ol rrciivilies throurilr oui the vecrr. Cldsses in social ClCiIlClIlLj were offered to the students ol the Brfrrivli on Vilodnesdciy diiernoons. Six soeifrls were also qiven under The supervision ui ludith Dnrvis, lulius Wliiie ond Mrs. Vcilerie l-ldclceit. The crssenzbly prorrrrrrn.: were of two Types, qenerol dnd individucil. The general crsseniblies held every third week in The cissernbly hcrll, presented Cr vcrriely oi student productions rind educiiiioridl sound lilrns. Une of ihe nioin hiqhliqhis ol the ifrll semester wus the splendid operetld presented by the Glee Club of lhe Brdnch. The individucrl dsseniblies, held in Clrrssroonis, were in The nature ol Club nieeiinirs. Eirihi specidl groups were lorrned according to the inieresis oi The students. The oliicers dnd loculty advisors lor these specidl groups were: lorrnnv Nicholos, president of the Advertising Club, sponsored by Miss Vlfeberg Willicirr' Hutchins ol ihe DGl'JlillIlKI Club, sponsored by Mr, Hcirririqiorip Lois Berry ol lhf Drrnrxciiic Club, sponsored by Mrs, Sodersirorng Ncincy Sweoririqeri of the Glow Vlub, sponsored by Miss Krolg CjliCiI'lf9S Kindi ol the Model Building Club, sponf sored by Mr. Q'Neill5 Vilillicini Dingle ol the Phoio Club, sponsored by Mr, lius sell: Lee Sclioeneclc, heod oi the Socicrl Cornrniiiee, sponsored by Mrs, l'lrr4jl4elfg rind lcirclq l.oshbouLih, hecid ol the Sports Conuniliee, under the sponsorship ol Mr. Mcrcilreqor. V '. x 1--rriows L .rniwli--l ll rrt lvl rar- rn. Hx VW l: Ula, ll :f1':1r inn, -5-ill in Mi 531--flu LI :lui 1 ll WW l Tillrvzr. IT,rrr-7 ll 'r"' 1' V 1 ' l ROW lt: Wtillficw, Sjutlvii, Berry, Fisclier, Mead, Carlson, Williams, Binnall, Speropulos, Mom, Benktngft, Stoll, Plizlltlis. ROVV T: Pteis, Iohnsmi, Hoepsr, Wall, Brown, McClelland, Clark, Kehoe, Clausseii, St'lioviim,'l4f I, llwttjwi, At1:1t1ii ROW l: Ftrihunson, Ianko, Turner, Iwerna, Htifglws, M1 Hiadwfry, Ifinssen lit-t-kill, lVli-ltriivlitilc, Sllvtttlttik V61 lflfL0l lllf f 14 J Q CQ!! HOW .i: l'wtv1:', Mill-ii, l'lmi:1f'l, Llitrfrybrwk, Alessi, Kfrllqrsn, ltflorgrxn, Swanson, Nelson, lohiison, lflrrrbfirudt Wtiwltlwlv, llfww'-All. RCJVV 7: Mtwiifxri, Collette-, Offonnoi, Deuiel, Brown, Hawk, Vojetch, Phelys, Merrincjr Sw-ttritxiijvxi, Wvstvtltixtr, Ov-ix HQW l: Ptlfz, Alilrlnw, Flobjnson, Sibley, Stoerkel, Mrs. Malloy, Sviriykii l'1titl f7'lt-ill, Swlimdl Q94 Cl Z 14,6 In addition to the iree movies shown at the main building the Branch students saw "Dress Parade", "Headless Horsemen", and the sound movie "Little Men". A roller skating party was also sponsored by the Branch on the night of April fourteenth. An all-day Open House tor the parents was held on Friday, April twenty-first. This was followed by a tea to which the mothers oi the eighth grade students in neighboring schools were invited. The discipline of the school was handled very successfully under the direc- tion ot Robert McGonagil, judge tor the tall semester, and Ruth Hart, judge tor the spring semester. The judges were assisted by Emma Domazet, Betty White, recorders, and Betty Frank, Edith Henry, Donald Sprout and Lester Sullivan, jurors. Page 9O'l ROW Bennett, Michelson Nicholas, Piper, Swanson, Greene, Sorensen, Fullerton, Lunqren, Gxeqson, L'anilt. ROW l: Vtllfiite, Koollinq, Ivluyller, Miss Weber, Price, Sibley, Hutton, Helrnreicli. .XQLLXQ rfidirzg C744 Many new and different activities were accomplished under the splendid direction of the Branch officers for the fall semester: Henry Melin, presidentg Iudith Davis, vice-presidentf Robert Speirlinq, secretary: and Esther Czainski treasurer. This splendid work was followed throuqh by the spring officers: Dorcas Gallivan, president: Lawrence Olsen, vice-presidenty Harriet Martin, secretary: and George Katzmann, treasurer. I - 2 f ' fs O Z f s Ll' 5 GLZZ IAC Leif l"Ll ROW 2: Buxton, Spence, Brown, Laycock. ROW l: Singer, Blew, Singer, I., Sodeistrom. A flgaqe 911 ROW 4: loncs, Case, Stobei, Boockfoid, Aitus, Smith, Graeltinger, Bebb, Reich, Shaffer, Morton, Diesel. ROW li: Sodoistiom, Spence, Krause, Doran, Hold, Bolton, Van Gorlcom, Coburn, Bird, Agicn, Heumcrzi, Gu-aory, ROW Zi: Howes, Trevor, Oudshoft, Hooper, Holland, Armstrong, Hensel, Loving, Kellanis, Inqmstmiii, How-is, M. ROW l: Maison, Foaelsonq, Peterson, Chapel, Miss Monsch, Nichols, Hatfield. Hack, Ntrlwr, Htlqqwxiieirl. Elf!! my CM The Botany Club was organized by Miss Genevieve Monsch for the pur- pose of instilling in the minds of its members a love for the outdoors and an appreciation of natures beauty. For membership in the Botany Club, one must have taken Botany or Biology for at least one semester and must also be a member of the Student Association. At present there are about sixty members. During the last year the club has visited Vaufhn's Seed Store and the Flower Shows at Navy Pier and Garfield Park, as well as sponsoring a flower show for the students at Morgan Park High School. The club has also held various sales, among them "The Green Carnation Sale," which was to celebrate Saint Patricks Day, "The Bow Day Sale," and "The Holly and Mistletoe Sale" during the Christmas season. The proceeds of these sales go to make up a scholarship fund given to some worthy gradu- ating senior enabling him to carry on his botanical work in college. The officers for the fall semester were: Geraldine Holland, president, Ruth Hensel, vicefpresidentg Marion Peterson, secretary, and Virginia Nichols, treasf urer. The spring semester saw the club under the guidance of Virginia Nichols, president, lennie Hatfield, vice-president, Marion Peterson, secretary, Helen Chappel, treasurer, and Geraldine Holland, program chairman. The invaluable aid given by Miss Monsch helped the club through a very successful year. HOLLAND HENSPL IXUCHOLS I lA TFIFLD HOVV 3: Gnxdnnr, Fxrxmqmy Hcmhof, Fllfzh, Smmth, P9114-Is, Hmi, Hcxrdtlm, Boihl-ze. ROW 7: Sw Mvlxxiqh, Turk, Cllffmd, Symouzl, Ruff, Kvxtxrxq, Clmtrx. ROW 1: Pfxkmli, P wth, lwhnsztrm, M1114 I, M Yu A1 xmld, NNx1l1.xr'w, Huvflv. Q1-Grd MA 2 Cf nferc 61:55 ,cmnczw J K 2 HOVV 3: KQOOIIINHI, Inlly, Whltv, Inmerr, Br41Shlex, MCCUIME HOVV ffi ff:-l1n'x, Wlxll, I'v1mfJ41r1 Hill, E ri 1 3 Osbmxn-.'. HOW l: Nclswn, Tlxwrrmlly Flmmzmm, M155 U 11d.1, TMAL, lpxhfrz. MEM? ergeanf lparreff This year Morgan Park lost the services of one of its best friends through the retirement of H. E. Parrett, military instructor at Empehi for over ten years. His place has been ably filled by Sergeant V. A. Dennison, under whose capable leadership the unit is continuing to uphold the high standards maintained at Morgan Park. fPcxge 951 RCW li Cl:-qq, Do OAI' gbfaff Ilpnqe' 961 ' 'U A Q25 L l!I'g0Ll H11 . . K 0l'lflfLl.flIlfl HOW 3: Srrt, li-fririrsnri, Sr-lnilwr Mcmrf, Sr-Hrrwri.: FTOX5' " F.l,.l -r, 1,-rrnrix, li--nn--t, Uri HHW l' ftrrnk w rtnr, lrrlurifz, Nfrlsvrrl, Trerrtwv All C ' 14,01 I"fl2l",5 The Morrrcrn Park High School lil. Q. T. C nnit lifts rncrinttiined tin honor school rcttinry for the lost three years. The reqirnentcrl orqcrrrixnrtiorr this your consisted ot rrhoirt three hundred forty Ccrdets, sin enrollrrzent Corrsiderrrhly lcrr'-ter thrrn the iinit lids ever been in the post yecrrs. Ernpehi has had the distinction of having one ot its rnerrzhergs ercthievo the position of Clidet Colonel, COIIlITlGI1diI1kj Clticer ot the Codet fforps oi the City oi Clricnwo. Qnly twice betore hos Mor-tyrrri Prrrk hard this honor. The lieodqirctrterrs stcrtt tor the sprinq sernester wus cornprised ol Nude! Colonel Hichrrrd Didos, Cornrndndinqp frtdet Majors Willitrrrr Nelson, Alexia-1 Miller ond Reid Bennettp Coptoirrs Churleis Drinkwrrter, Phillip llpru find llrrvid Lennoxp trnd Qilidet Lierrterictrrts lorries Srerrterts rtrd Robert lVloor'e. lrlrrr r 4 2 OIWLIQLI lfl 7 Q 01411951 V17 OWLIQOI VL? 2 2 Uflllflllll , 2 X UHIIQII ll 2 K Olfllflll I1 V aww , Cm LIN" f0lfVIflfI'L 5 'll 9 W F , C!! XUH- f0MflWl,5 HL 7 F ' C! HHH! U 7 56014 , UPU' -fgf gffff II mf Lql gl , 'fi . . y f . L - 1 J ,- l Ln Fvhi w e- 555'--204 ,QWITUWIUMWV i-'I BEW llfllflfl, ROW 4: Allen, Haxley, Hedrick, Stromberg, Hilliman, McGi1th, Adams, Haus, Plowe, Casey, Fans Rutherford, MCWhGllEI', Tgr., Yaap. ROW 3: Nichols, Mgr., Lowery, Durant, Power, Abrams, Hall Williams, Donovan, Pugh, Nelson, Wall, Telander, Conant, Coach Antonides. ROW 2: Reinbold, Minutli Blake, Galinski, Elliott, Thornally, Schissler, Larson, Kelly, Heckmann, Guderyahn, Carter, Coiiell ROW l: Kraft, Armstrong, Graper, Ruhl, Drxecy, Hilton, Bingliani, O'Dell, Fmningei, Haus. Page 104 I 600164 pogerf .fgnfonicfej Robert C. Antonides was graduated from the Lindblom High School of Chicago where he played football and received the coveted honor of an All- City Haltback. He then journeyed to the University ot Illinois and there also be- came a member ot the "Fighting Illini" and also a teammate ot "Red" Grange. He was graduated from the University ot Illinois and from there became a coach at Carbon City High School. Coach Antonides first came to Morgan Park in nineteen hundred twenty-nine. Considering the material with which the coach had to work with he has been very successful as coach ot Morgan Parlds teams, His crowning achievement came in nineteen hundred thirty-two when the Green and White gridders Won the City Championship. Coach's unquestionable tair- ness and sincerity will always be remembered by those who have played under him. ROW 4: Webbe, VanEtten, Davis, Correll, Campbell, Mathers, Thornally, Yarsis, Schobinqer, Strom- berq, Monson, Alcock, Brander, ROW 3: Geoqheqan, Stephens, Seitz, Headland, Larson, Schuscher, Casey, Malinsky, Stearns, Guderyahn, Finninqer, Blake, ROW 2: Elliott, Minuth, Iohnston, Gmper, Heckmann, Wall, Donovan, Nicholas, Henderson, Beardsley, C., Beardsley. ROW 1: Glass, Umm, Blown, Odell, Bethke, Erion, Bredlau, Kelly, Mathis, Greenwood, Telander. EMALW, BASKETBALL Alcock Beardsley, C. Beardsley, R. Campbell Davis Geoqhan Greenwood Mathers McKinlay Morison Stephens Van Ellen Webbe FOOTBALL Blake Carter Casey Correll Donovan Elloitt Finninqer Galinsky Grape: CM Guderyahn Heckmann Kelly Larson McGrath McWhorter Minuth Nicholas Schissler Strornberq Telander Thornally Wall WRESTLING Correll Finninqer Graper Rich Telander Thornally SWIMMING Beardsley, C. Bethke Brown Elmore Erion Headland Henderson Mathers Roesner Seilz Schobinqer Stearns Upp GOLF Brandner Bredlau Glass O'Dell Sclcworch BASEBALL Larson Malinsky Yursis TENNIS Iohnston Mcliinlay fPnqe lUb 4 N E fi N fPaqe 1061 Q .Addon The nineteen hundred thirty-seven grid squad was one of the heaviest teams ever to represent Morgan Park High School. A husky line composed of Minuth and Schissler, ends: Elliott and Guderyahn, tackles: Carter and Blake, guards: and Thornally, center, proved itself to be one of the best forward walls in the section. The backfield, made up of Casey, quarterback: Finninger, left half: Correll, right half: and Captain Robert Larson, at fullback. The leading ground-gainer was Captain Larson, who, with his smashing line thrusts, picked up many a yard. Captain-elect Richard Thornally was the main cog in the line. Besides being an accurate center, Thornally was a mountain of defense. The passing duties were left to Charles Correll, who responded beautifully with deadly passes. Although the team did not finish up in first place in the South Section, we were beaten only by small scores with the exception of the Fenger game. Coach Antonides can well be congratulated for the fine fighting team of nineteen hundred thirty-seven he put out. Page 1071 dlljel' 6ll'I'L8 C- Qlflgel' ame I:Page l 081 On a snappy fall morning the Morgan Park High School met Harper High School in their fight for the Southside Section Championship. The two teams were evenly matched with neither squad outweighing the other. The play during the first quarter was mostly around midfield with neither team making a serious attempt to score. In the second quarter the Morgan Park eleven passed to the Harper's eight yard line. After three tries Captain Robert Larson put the ball over the line for a touchdown amid the cries of joy from the grandstand. Larson converted for the extra point with Correll holding the ball. Neither side scored again until the fourth quarter, when McGinnis of Harper scored from the six yard line after a series of long passes. Harper missed the kick for the extra point, leaving the game at the final gun Morgan Park High School 7, Harper High School 6. Morgan Park High School entered the Fenger game hopeful of holding the high scoring Fenger eleven. But Fenger's mighty South Section championship team proved a little too strong for our gridders. Fenger did not score until the second quarter. At the end of the half the score was 6 to O with Fenger on the long end. The Red and Green really started to go in the third quarter, scoring two touchdowns against the fighting Green and White. Penger scored their two touchdowns in the third quarter by a long pass and the other one was scored on a strong line plunge. Morgan Park now started an aerial attack. A long pass from Captain Robert Larson to Wall on the receiving end netted our only tally. The game continued with Fenger scoring at their will against the ever-hopeful eleven of Morgan Park to make the final score Fenger 31, Morgan Park 6. ORWARD Zgowlefgaff 7 93 8 CPUULCA Wine Qegor COACH'BALL O CI IP' SU U O Ib' 'o -a IP Z 0 zn III O O f-1 0 I-I I-1 Z rf: UQ The team qot off to a rather slow start this year but as the season proqressed the caqers were greatly improved. When the season ended the final checkup showed Morqan Park High School seniors were tied for third place in the south side section due to the fine coachinq ot Coach MacGregor. Donald Campbell lpinqw l IUI was the leadinq senior scorer of the year and Robert Alcock the leading Junior scorer. The surprise upset of the year was the defeat ot the strong Hirsch l-liqh School team which was headed for the title. lohn Mathers, Donald Campbell, l-lolms Dalie, Iulian O'Connor, Edward Mcliinlay and Captain Ralph Anderson were the chief members of the senior team which did its best tor old "Empehi". ll?-wg-till o V j V , 1' Ji' Gi! QLIWL S . ZPLIVC S fpage H21 8 Cl Ifl'L 'N '. C1 3 F f .. Q fi' t J If ,. ' fig. MP MPT - C T A 1 R ROW 2: Watson, Minuth, Gareiss. ROW 1: Upp, Brown, Parchman, Hedrick. ROW 2: Alessi, Cdell, Brashler. ROW 1: Skworch, Brancler, Bredlau. For the first time in the history of the school, Morgan Park has a City Championship Golf Team. Most of the credit for the overwhelming success of the team can be laid to three golfers, principally Captain William Brandner, Albert Bredlau, and Iohn Slcworch, who won their matches consistently through- out the season. Emery O'Dell and Homer Glass completed a well-rounded-out team. Captain Brandner led his team to one victory after another. First the south section crown was won by our able golfers and then we engaged the Schurz High School in the finals for the City Championship. Morgan Park again proved victorious and the Chicago Public High School Championship Golf Shield, emblematic of the supremacy in golf, hangs in our halls. The students of Morgan Park High School may well be proud of the golf team of Morgan Park, the Champsllll The city indoor meet and the city outdoor meet are the two main track events of the year. This year Coach Tweedie entered a fairly full team in the indoor meet which was run during March. Monroe Watson, Albert Meany, Harding Rawls and Warren Brown were entered in the sprints. Edward Hedrick was the lone entrant in the four hundred and forty run. Phillip Upp and Nahaz Rogers were the candidates chosen to run the half mile. Donald Campbell and Carl Nelson were entered in the mile race. Monroe Watson proved to be one of the outstanding sprinters of the city by placing second in the sixty yard dash. Donald Campbell qualified in the mile but failed. to succumb the finals. Fred Minuth and Robert Parchman were the only junior entrants in the meet. Both boys ran the six hundred and sixty but failed to qualify. The outdoor meet is held yearly in Iune so the results cannot be an- nounced as yet but we wish all the fellows good luck. With Walter Michel, Richard Dunworth, Clark Armstrong, Henry McWhor- ter, and Fred Schickling this year's tennis team, promises to be an outstanding team. Both Walter Michel and Richard Dunworth are veterans of the last year's team and have had valuable experience in strong competition. Clark Arm- strong, Henry McWhorter, and Fred Schickling are all steady players so that this year's prospects look exceptionally bright. At the time the annual goes to press we are sorry to announce that the team has lost their first game may this be the last that they lose. ROW 2: Brashlei, Michel, Dunworth. ROW l: McWhorter, Betlike, lotmston, Lauermrm ROW 22 Greenwood, Carris, Borchers, Rcmtz. ROW l: Roper, Zfxrth, Bradley, Barry. ,E s 5 , f 4' ,JI 'MD e n n in e a :fn fpaqe l l3 ROW 2: Barber, Brashler, White, Dixon, Karko, Rich, Finninger, Mgr, Groper, Tealander, McClure, Diediech, Tealander. ROW l: Heckmann, Guderyahn, Norris, Correll, Thornally, Plowe, Meisel, Adams. ROW 3: Klaus, Devney, Bruesch, Rahman, Ruhl, Kerns, Kelly. ROW 2: Stratton, Campbell, Ligtvoet, Malmsky, Correll, Yursis, Harper, Schmitt, Woolley. ROW 1: Katzmann, Sammons, Miller, Heilman, O'Connor, Swanberq, Falk. mum, QHJWL Clffegdff fPage 1141 Coach Antonides was confronted with the problem of organizing, with a few exceptions, an entirely new mat team. The only letterman back on the team was Richard Thornally. As the season progressed the team was made up of the following men: Telander, ninety-five pounds: Brashler, one hundred five poundsg Dixon, one hundred fifteeng McClure, one hundred forty-five pounds: Rich one hundred fifty-five pounds: Correll, one hundred sixty-five pounds: Adams, one hundred seventy-five pounds, and Thornally, heavyweight. Con- sidering that the team lacked experience they made a good showing, winning four meets and losing seven. Throughout the regular season lean Rich was only defeated once and Cornelius McClure once. In the city meet McClure, Velander and Thornally survived the preliminaries but lost in the semi-finals. lt is the hope of all that the wrestling team will continue its good work next year. Due to the bad weather conditions the baseball team had rather a late start this year. At the time of this writing the team has played only two games, both being practice games and also in both tilts the scores resulted in ties. Under the able coaching of the coach, Mr. MacGregor, the outlook for the squad is very bright. At the present time the team consists of such able players as: Carroll, catching: Kearns, first base: Sammons, second base, Miller, shortstop: and Milord, third base. Malinsky, O'Connor and Schmidt compose a very hard- hitting outfield. Bernard Yursis and Frank Roman will take care of most of the pitching duties which we hope will bring many victories to our team at Morgan Park High School. ,gah t , v "wg Q I ,,. J The seniors completed an unusually successful season, winning seventeen out of the eighteen meets. A defeat in only one meet by a scant margin by the Tilden High School cost the team the South Side Section Championship. Much of the credit for the success of the team is due to the fine coaching of Coach Tweedie, who coached the team for the first time due to the retirement of the former coach, Mr. Maysack. The tankers were not a team made up of one or two stars but a group of consistent winners. The names of Arthur Bethke, Grover Elmore, lohn Headland, Warren Roesner, Eugene Schobinger, and Ioseph Moysey were almost invariably seen in the winning column. A medley relay composed of Iohn Headland, Arthur Bethke, and Warren Brown were unde- feated throughout the league season. ln the city meet Arthur Bethke claimed a third place in the breast stroke and Warren Roesner took a fifth place in the diving events. The junior team, led by George Stearns and Walter Henderson, was not quite as successful as the senior team, winning thirteen out of seventeen en- counters. We are very proud of the fine showing the swimming team made for the Morgan Park High School in the last year. wimming earn fpage l l5l fPage 1161 cience Wafer! cgzfwfenfzi Mirriel Shields received the first of the science medals last February. Although included in the Febrary graduating class she finished her high school work last summer and is now completing her freshman year at Grinnell Col- lege in lowa. Because of ill health she took the majority of her studies in sum- mer school, while one year was done in Texas. ln spite of this scattered educa- tion she was eligible for Tau Epsilon seven semesters and graduated eighth highest in the class. Mirriel won the medal with grades of E and S in Botany, Physics and Chemistry and equally high grades in three years of mathematics. 'N ln order to stimulate interest along scientific lines a new award has been instituted at the Morgan Park High School this year in the form of a science medal. Each semester the one student in the graduating class, who has proved to be ablest and most outstanding in the laboratory sciences, is chosen to receive this medal. Candidates for the award must have completed three years of a laboratory science or two years of laboratory science and one year of mathematics. The winner is chosen by the heads of the various science departments according to the grades he has received and the interest and understanding he showed. This year's winners were Mirriel Shields for the fall semester and Charles Beardsley for the spring semester. Charles Beardsley, chosen by a committee of teachers of the science department, received the newly inaugurated science medal, the Bausch and Lomb Science Medal. 'N This selection was based on the scholastic grades of the laboratory science taken by the students. Of the sixteen marks recorded Charles received one ninety-five, two ninety's and thirteen one hundreds, a record never before obtained by a science student. With all outside activities crowded into Charles' high school career, he was secretary of the Student Association and placed first in his graduating class, an unusual student yet noted for his cheery smile and friendly "hello." One of the first signs of renewed life in the theatrical world is the growth of the more or less independent "little theatre" groups, which have sprung up in different parts of the country. A surprising number of such grfups have come into existence in our colleges and universities. Today, time is being given in the high school, also, to the study of the technique of present-day drama: and some high schools with their "little thea' tre" groups have been practical workshops for experiment and production. Morgan Park High School, recognizing this, has long desired to sponst-r such a group. This year from the dramatic classes Mrs. Harriet Hecht has organized the Morgan Park Little Theatre Group. This group is giving consider' able time to study and production. ln connection with this study the group attends a downtown play once a month. The group broadcasts once or twice a year, since the airways are the newest field for dramatic productions. Meme bers of the Little Theatre Group are given auditions by the Radio Council which is maintained by the Board of Educaticn. April 2 of this year, over station VVJJD, they presented "The Sweetmeat Game" by Ruth Conlort Mitchell, a one act play of San l:'rancisco's China town on a Gala New Years evening, during the feast of the Green Dragon. Members of this group also present plays for school assemblies and assist in the Spring Production. This year in the Spring Production given June 3, they presented "Daughters of Men," a one-act melodrama by Katherine Kavanaugh. The Little Theatre Group was really first founded back in 1926, when they were known as the Morgan Park Players. 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A 'few months' training, and a Metropolitan Diploma will prove to be: A SAFE INVESTMENT Summer Term, June 20 Fall Term, September 6 Registration in Advance ls Required Annual Prospectus ls Sent Upon Request For the Best Training and Placement Service, Attend METROPOLITAN BUSINESS COLLEGE 2 Conveniently Located Schools SOUTH SIDE ........ 304 West 63rd Street DOWNTOWN ..... 37 South Wabash Avenue Iginalnnlnglnugnagaaiuai u..u1 ui 1:1 1 -I COMPLIMENTS Shepherd's Specialty Shop l825 West l03rd Street Cedarcrest 06ll Mrs. Mary B. Shepherd Chicago FERRA'S VALET SHOP Cleaning-Pressing-Tailoring Hats Cleaned and Blocked 9508 Vanderpoel Ave. Phone Beverly 3366 Compliments ot The Belmont Grocery 81 Market "Finest ot Meats and Groceries" lO7th and Hale Ave. Beverly 44l6-I7-IB Honor Brand Frosted Foods - Free Delivery 4' .-..1.....- -.1.- -1...--1.-.1 - .-.1- -..1.1.. -.111-11.5. 1:1111-an-n-.ul1an1.u1un1ua1na-.......1 in ...ap-n1n.1un1 u-. ni nu-. an-1 nl 1111.1--11.1 1 .111 Electrical Service Authorized Sales and Service BEVERLY GARAGE 2043-49 West 95th Street Beverly 0540 LAMPARTERS MEAT MARKETS l98l W. I I lth Street l254 W. IO3rd Street 2832 E. 79th Street BARNES DRUG STORE I808 West 99th Street Phone Cedarcrest 3727 The Finest Students' Lunchroom in Morgan Park Where Quality Food ls Served et Lowest Prices MORGAN PARK HIGH SCHOOL LUNCHROOM Good Food ls Good Health "For the People Who Care" BEVERLY CLEANERS AND TAILORS Cleaning, Dyeing and Tailoring Ladies' and Gents' Garments Remodeled 9907 Walden Parkway Beverly l8B8 Fifteenth Year in This Community THE JUNGALOW SHOP Mrs. R. Monson Gifts and Knitting Cleaning and Blocking Greeting Cards Gifts 'lor All Occasions l642 W. 95th Street Tel. Beverly B006 'lf l . . 1. . l lt ll . l 1: l ll ll l ll l 1. 1. ll l 1. 1. 1. 1: ll l 1. l ll l .1 1. 1 1 ll l . T l l 1. 1. ll 1l ll l .1 1. l 1. 1. l 1. 1. 1. 1. l ll 1 ll 1 1. 1. l 1: l . 1. l . 1. l . ll . l . 1. l l s---- -- - - ---..--.1- ------1 1 - - .......-.-of:1 flffoqe 1331 'I' I T T Ill I I I .T .. .. I .T ., ll .. .. .. . T. 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O Finest Quality Meats and Poultry O UNION STOCK YARDS 3727-29 South Halsted Street CHICAGO All Departments .... YARDS 2400 T1 11: ..uu1u ,lu 1n1u 1uu1uu1an...n..,a1a-111111.-B GIRLS, ATTENTION! DON'T Miss OUR 57.95 DRESSES IN SIZES II TO I7 THEY ALWAYS SATISFY The Community Gitte and Tog Shoppe Tsrz WEST 99th STREET CHICAGO u ..n 11Bln1nuinin1quinn1.nu.--lin-.an-I-1.111 -1.,1ulnn,na1uugnuiuninniun1nn1uui'n1..1u.1lu THE HOFFMAN HARDWARE I9O6A08 MONTEREY AVE, Specializing in Hardware for the Home and Garden SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS PHONES BEVERLY 0420-0421 Prompt Delivery Service ui..i.n.-.,1,.1 .. ln, .....- 1 1 1 ...rn- mi...-......1..1..,....Ln-...1 .- .....i..-....-. WORKMAN CALCULATING SCHOOL Learn BURROUGHS 8: MONROE Machine Calculating You can finish your course in less 'rhan fhree monihs. Free placemenf service. We will leach you Machine Calcu- la+ing on Burroughs 81 Monroe ma- chines. We will give you an under- sfanding of figures. 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