Morgan Park High School - Empehi Yearbook (Chicago, IL)
- Class of 1942
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WE PAY TRIBUTE
O THE backbone ot the Empehi News
Staff, we happily but without her knowledge dedicate the 1942 Empehi
With her snapping blue eyes, ready sense of humor and under-
standing, Miss Alma Bauman is indeed the friend ot the Morgan Park
students. As adviser ot Quill and Scroll, national honorary Journal-
istic Society, she again shows her interest in the literary and artistic
talents ot her pupils. So with sincere appreciation of her untiring
eltorts Empehi says, "Hats Off to Miss Bauman."
:lk .luring your 42,:5H
Another year rolls around and another Annual is produced.
New faces and old faces, new fashions and old fashions but
through it all the spirit of Empehi appears to be just about the
Every year the Annual is different in some respect. This
year it seems to be different in all respects. The theme of the
Annual this year is informality and we have carried it all the
way through the book. More candid shots, more informal
drawings, better pictures, peppier write-ups and many more
things that we thought would appeal to the students were added
in order to give the students of Empehi an Annual they will
long be able to remember.
A lot of work has been accomplished by the staff but also a
lot of fun because these annuals are a symbol to the students.
A symbol of the fun, work, hardships, and friends they have
knovvn durum1then'lngh school days. Every annual has a
special significance to all of the students. It helps to keep in
mind the different clubs and activities to which a pupil has
belonged. Each student cherishes his yearbooks and many
years later he will no doubt delight in showing them to friends,
pointing out the people he knew, and important events that he
so clearly remembers.
Clubs, committees, and sports are all part of a student's
everyday life. Take them away and what do you have? A reg-
ular grind, the same old story of reading, writing and 'rithmetic.
The outside curricular activities are all symbolic of the many
happy hours spent at Morgan Park high school. It is only fair
that they have some souvenirs of Empehi to take with them
after they are out on their own. '
We have done our best, what with perfect co-operation
from the students, from the faculty, and from many outsiders
who have helped by giving their support. lt has been a hard
job to include everything but we have tried and we hope,
succeeded. Now that it is completed, we are happy to present
to you the l942 Annual!
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Di, Esttaii V. Tubbs cwmbletes his sixth yedr ds piiiicipul ut IVIGIQGII Puri: high
seiitwl with the kiwwiedqe that he has diydih ciccczmpiisiied his most iuiportdut
tftrsk, thut ut piuciufg iii the minds ot our students the ideas ot democracy and
itiqyimlr' itxtiiiiiiq. He udvmicdtes the introduction Ot Courses that will tend to
buiid ciictiftctei cmd 'give the students 1,1 better uuderstdudiriq of their trieuds
'uid tciriziiies, Such is the Huiiidri RL3iCItiOI1S Course, uitreduced by Dr. Tubbs,
wiv, tfcujziies ri current course Ori hitemdtioiidi Relcttioris. Dr. Estou V. Tubbs
hm: every iight tw be proud of the seit-qovemiriq student body which success'
tuity rules the stjhoei.
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INCE WRITING MY last message for the Empehi Annual, our country
has been confronted with world-shaking events. This time last year,
we were still at peace with the world. Today, we are joined in con-
flict with the forces of evil which would, if they could, impose upon us a Way
of life altogether foreign to our national traditions of liberty, freedom, individual
initiative, and equal opportunity.
Our achievements in certain directions have been nothing short of phe-
nomenal. Today we are able to determine the substances of which stars are
made. Our airplanes outfly the birds of the air. Our submarines prowl in. the
depths of every ocean. The power of our streams is used to light our cities,
turn the wheels of industry, and fill the air with the concord of sweet music.
But we must not forget the more important of life'sf imperatives. Harry Emerson
Fosdick sometime ago said, "lf we fail to recognize the supremacy of spiritual
values, the pall bearers, who have carried out previous civilizations, await at
How long will our country endure? Will it, too, go the way of Greece,
Rome, and other nations? The answer to these questions must be answered
by each individual citizen of the United States. If we are determined to remain
steadfast to the ideals upon which our Republic was founded, our future will
be secure. We must regard such things as freedom of the press, freedom of
religious worship, freedom of speech, right of assembly, trial by jury, right to
own property, free education, and free choice of occupation as pearls of great
priceeethe foundations of our democratic way of life.
For the past six years, we have endeavored, in ourclass work at Empehi
and through the activities of the American Youth League, to learn the real
meaning and significance of our great democratic heritage. The acid test of
what America stands for now confronts us. The crucial moment is at hand for
us to give all that we have by way of willpower, determination, self-denial,
loyalty, and devotion to our country. We must Win this war in order to pass
on, unsullied to future generations, the greatest hope of earth-one nation, in-
divisible, with liberty and justice for all. This is America! We shall not fail
in this time of crisis.
ESTON V. TUBBS
APTAIN GEORGE G. LOBENTZ has the rare abilities required of an
Q active Assistant Principal. He is able to maintain strict but fair
discipline throughout the student body. At the same time he shows
the uncanny ability to inspire co-operation among the students. Because ot
his uniailing good humor, "Cap" is often induced to participate in the various
assemblies and student activities. He is very active in building up the'-Student
Association and under his guidance we have all had much valuable character
training experience, which has more fully prepared us to meet adulthood with
a clear knowledge oi what is going on. He seldom misses a game and his
enthusiastic cheerleading and cartwheels have spurred our teams to many
a victory. Truly, his popularity with Empehites has no equal . . .
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PART ONE . . . PEGPLE
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One of the main ideas of modern edu-
cation is the relationship between the
students and their faculty. The Morgan
Park teachers not only excel in teach-
ing, but also in advising the students.
All the members of the faculty are well
liked by the students because of their
outstanding personalities and Wonder-
ful understanding of high school stu-
dent's problems and activities. Because
of relationships such as these, Empehites
feel perfectly at ease in asking their
Faculty members to give up their time
to sponsor dances, clubs, and other ex-
tra curricular activities.
Morgan Park has one of the largest
programs of this kind for a school of its
size. The enthusiasm of our club spon-
sors encourages us to yearly make our
organizations more outstanding. The
teachers also aid students who are go-
ing to college in deciding what schools
best suit their individual abilities.
Empehi's Placement Council helps
graduates secure good positions after
finishing their high school career. lt
also gives students needed advice and
helpful suggestions concerning the best
way to apply for a job, and other
needed requirements in facing one's
business career. lt aids the student who
has a job after school by getting him a
program to fit in with his Work. The Ad-
justment Department, which seeks to
smooth over difficulties and to help the
students in their school work, has been
greatly enlarged because of a demand
for such a department.
The vocational guidance service for
the Iuniors and Seniors: a branch of the
National Youth League, which finds
jobs for needy students: and the Parent-
Teacher Association promotes co-opera-
tion between the home and school by
bringing the parents and teachers closer
together, and in this Way they solve
many of their local problems. They are
all a regular part of the Morgan Park
ESTON V. TUBBS
GEORGE G. LORENTZ
ROBERT C. ANTONIDES
BESSIE B, BELL
GENEVIEVE M. BROOK
HARRIET S. BROWN
WILLIAM B. CALKINS
ANNA I. CALLAHAN
DOROTHY H. CELLA
MILDRED T. COLLINS
MARY M. CONLAN
LEON I. R. DE ALARID
LORETTA R. DELAIIHNT
IRENE R. DOBSKI
LAURA E. DOLE
CHARLES CJ, DRUIVIIVIOND
VVALIER M. DURKIN
MARY ELLEN DVVYER
l. ATIIENA EISCHER
Ilom 1 Et-onomirs
IENNIE M. GAHL
A. ROYALL GAY
GEORGE T. GRASSHOEE
HELEN E, GREENEIELD
GUY B. IIARTLE
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MAY BERNICE I-IARTLE
EVANGELINE B. HIBBARD
HARRIET A. HECI-IT
MARY E, HOLLAND
EDNA B. HCTCHKISS
MARIE E. HOYLER
CURTIS A. HUNTER
BEULAH L. KEMP
IRMA S, ICIMMEL
ROSALIE C. KURZ
ELSIE R. LARSON
MARY G. LIVINGSTON
FRANCIS W. IVIALLOY
IOSEPHINE MA NGAN
DUNCAN I. McGREGOR
CELIA F. MERRY
EDWARD F. MEYERS
LILLIA N S. MORRIS
MARY G. NEALON
ETHEL R. O'CONNOR
HELEN I. O'ROURKE
ELIZABETH L. PAPL
CORA E. RETTY
ROBERT P. RUSSELL
MARY K. SAGE
KATHRYN H. SANDS
RUTH E. SCHACHTLIE
' CATHERINE SELZER
MILDRED S. STANEK
HAROLD N. TA YLOR
MARY E. THOMPSON
Head Teacher of Brxincli
ELIZABETH VAN DE ROO
W. A. VVATSON
BESSIE H. WEBER
LILLIA N WEISLA NDER
MABEL M. WILSON
EMMA B. WOODFIELD
SGT, IOI-IN R. ZEIL
Under the excellent leadership ot our
genial principal, Dr. Eston V. Tubbs and
assistant principal Captain George G.
Lorentz, our ambitions and ideals are
easily tulltilledi With the motto, "Tops
in everything we undertake," the
achievements ot our aims seem very
easy, and with a taculty like ours, Mor-
gan Parlc is bound to get ahead.
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One hundred and thirty-seven February
graduates said their fond adieus to Mor-
gan Park, lanuary 28, 1942, following a
fully packed social week.
The class banquet, arranged by
Marion Speropolous and Sally Lofgren
was held at the Nantucket. Eloise
Fischer was in charge of the grand
Prom which was again held at the
Knickerbocker Hotel for the third con-
secutive year. The Grand March was
led by the very capable officers Robert
Pringle, president: Sally Lofgren, vice-
presidenty Rosemary O'Shaughnessy,
secretaryg and Paul Brown, treasurer: to
the music of Carl Schrieber and his
The commencement program was
capably managed by Dick Fryer and
Charles Stevens, who also took care of
the class rings. Marion Wall had the
hard job of measuring and ordering
caps and gowns for the graduates,
which she did very well.
Bernadette Pearson and her commit-
tee presented the school with a lovely
and very useful gift, a microphone
which is being used on the stage. This,
however, wos also partly managed by
Paul Brown who was chairman of the
Many thanks are due Mrs. Dorothy
Cella who was the guiding hand of the
class as their faculty adviser, and who
also helped manage the difficult money
So good-bye to another grand class
which is leaving the familiar routine of
PEABSON FRYER U
Dick Fryer, one ot the outstanding
February graduates, combines the rare
abilities of scholarship, leadership, and
athletics. As one of Empehi's outstand-
ing athletes, Dick was captain of the
1941 football team, he was vice-presi-
dent and treasurer of his lunior class:
a member oi the National Honor Society
and the Student Court.
The Empehi newspaper staff has been
proud to claim Bernadette Pearson as
first page editor. She is an excellent
example of a scholar, having been in
Tau Epsilon for seven semesters and
president of the National Honor Society.
To further describe her journalism abil,
ity we can add that she was an active
member of Quill and Scroll.
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"Tops" in popularity best describes
Sally Lofgren. Her reputation as an
excellent leader has brought Sally the
honor of becoming the Treasurer of her
Iunior Class, president of the 4B class
and vice-president of the 4A class. Sally
was a member of Tau Epsilon and the
National Honor Society and her ex-
cellent work as Editor-in-Chief of the
Empehi News is no doubt a forerunner
of journalistic tame.
Bob Pringle, a real athlete was presi-
dent of the Boys Emblem Club and also
president of his graduating class. Tau
Epsilon has been proud to claim his
membership for four years. As a mem-
ber of the l94l Football team Bob was
awarded medals for sportsmanship and
for being the most valuable member of
S.A.5 A.Y.L.5 Band I, 2, 3, 45 Or-
chestra 45 R.O.T.C. Band I, 2, 3, 4.
S.A.5 A.Y.I..5 Flounders, vicefpres.:
Pan-American 2, 35 Tau Epsilon 2, 35
Clean-Up Comm. 2, 3, 4: Promotion
Comm. 2, 3, 45 Fashions of the Hour
Z, 35 Biology Club 25 Town Meet-
Ft. Dearborn Michigan State
S.A.5 A.Y.L.5 S.B.I. 3: Div. Rm. Of-
ficer 35 I7Iounders5 Glee Club 3.
Lindsley Wilson Ir.
S.A.5 A.Y.I...5 Div. Rm, Officer 27
N.C.O. Club 2, 35 Officers Club 3, 4.
S.A.5 A.Y.L.: Dramatic Club 35 Div.
Officer ?, 35 Clean-Up Comm. 2, 3, 45
Glee Club 3, 45 Latin Club 3, 45
Prom. Comm, 3.
S.A.5 A.Y.L.5 Clean-Up Comm. 2,
3, 45 H.R,S.G. 45 Financial Comm. 45
Div. Rm. Officer 35 Dram. Club l,
pres. I5 Fashions of the Hour 2.
S.A.5 A.Y.L.5 Nat'l Honor Soc. 45
Dram. Club I5 Sigma 45 Tau Epsilon
l, Z, 3, 45 Div. Officer 2, 45 Queen
Rollers 3, 4.
Mt. Greenwood Fox
S.A.5 A.Y.L.5 Concert Band l, 2, 3,
4, sec'y 45 Div. Officer 45 FlcunderS5
Girls' Emblem Club 45 Ouilpen 2, 35
Ft. Dearborn St. Luke's Hospital
S.A.5 Tau Epsilon I, 2, 3, 45 Nat'l
Honor Soc. 45 Bowling Team 3, 45
Flounders, vice-pres.5 Pan-American
I. 2, 3, 4, pres. 35 Chemasters 4.
Barnard Ill. Institute of Tech.
S.A.5 Ouill and Scroll 4, pres. 45
Nat'l Honor Soc. 45 Annual Staff 45
Empehi News 3, 4, 2nd pg. Ed. 45
Chernasters 45 Clean'Up Comm. 45
Rhythm Club 45 Tau Epsilon 25 Div.
Rm. Officer 4.
S.A.5 A.Y.L.5 Zoology Club 25 Bas-
ketball 2, 3, 45 Intramural Sports 2, 3,
45 Clean-Up Comm. 35 Student Court
45 Baseball 2.
S.A.5 Elour1ders5 Wrestling Team 2,
3, 45 Intramural Wrestling 35 Volley-
ball 2, 3, 45 Intramural Baseball 45
Iazz Band 3, 45 Boys' Emblem Club 4.
Ft. Dearborn Undecided
S.A.5 A.Y.l..5 Tau Epsilon l, Z, 3, 45
IN!at'l Honor 45 Class Officer 35 Div.
Officer 2, 35 Pan-American 3: Quil-
pen 35 Flounders.
S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Tau Epsilon I, 2, 3,
47 Ouill and Scroll 3, 47 Board of
Control 37 Empehi News 3, 4, vice-
pres. 37 Chemasters 4, sec'y 47 Zoo-
loqy 2, 3, 4.
Mt. Vernon Illinois
S.A.7 A.Y,L.7 Band 2, 3, 4, vice-
pres. 47 Football Team 2, 3, 47 Track
Team 2, 3, 47 Emblem Club 2, 3, 47
Student Court 4, I-lead 4: 4A class
treas.7 Rhythm Club 47 Zoology Club
2, 3, 4.
S.A.7 Football Team 3, 47 Wrestlinq
Team 47 N.C.O. Club 37 Track Team
27 Emblem Club 47 Intramural Sports
S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Dramatic Club I7
Fashions of the I-Iour 3, 47 Pan-
American 3, 4.
S.A.7 Div. Rm. Officer 47 Camera
Club I7 Zoology Club 37 Chemas-
ters 47 N.C.O. Club 2, 37 Officers
Club 3, 47 Tau Epsilon I, 2, 47 Iazz
Band 47 Concert Band I, 2, 3, 4.
Ross 'Wilson lr.
S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Salesmanship Club I7
Buss. Staff 3, 4.
S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Flounders.
S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Officers Club 3, 4,
pres. 47 Tau Epsilon 27 Rhythm Club
47 Student Court 3, 47 Board of Con-
trol 47 Safety Council 47 Ouilpen 2,
Mt. Vernon Illinois Tech
S.A.7 Fashions of the Hour 3, 4:
FIounders7 Salesmanship Club 3, 4.
S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Glee Club I: Photo
Club I7 Clean-Up Comm. 47 S.B.I. 47
H.R.S.G. 3, 47 Prom. Comm. 3, 4:
Poster Comm. 3, 47 Ch. 47 Safety
S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Student Court I, 27
Art Club 47 Sigma I7 Div. Rm. Officer
2, 37 Intramural Sports 3.
Mt. Vernon Alabama
S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Tau Epsilon 27 Stu-
dent Court 37 Iudqe 47 S.B.I. 47 Div.
Rm. Officer 47 Football I, 27 Bowling
Team 47 Flourxders.
S.A.7 Glee Club I7 Dram. Club Z7
Student Court 37 Oueen Rollers 47
Salesmanship Club 4.
Mt. Vernon U. of Chicago
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S.A.: A.Y.L.: S.B.I. 3, 4: Iazz Band
3 4, leader 4: V.E.S.B. l, 2: Board
of Control 4: Usher Force 4: Parkinq
Commission 4: Concert Band 2, 3, 4,
Ft. Dearborn M.P.I.C.
S.A.: Beq. Band 2: Concert Band
2, 3: Zoology Club 2: Photo Club l.
3.55 Morqan Park 3-I9 LaSalle- - 3
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Clean.Up Comm. 2,
3: Track Team 2, 3: Intramural Sports
2, 3: Prom. Comm. 3.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Chemasters 4: Tau
Epsilon 2, 3, 4: Nat'l Honor Soc. 4:
Ouilpen 3, 4: Board of Control 4:
Empehi News 3: Annual Staff 4.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4:
Nat'l Honor Soc. 4: Clean-Up Comm.
3, 4, sec'y 4: Buss. Staff 2: Girls' Glee
Club 2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 3, pres, 4:
Latin Club 3, 4, Aedile 4: Board of
Control 3, 4: Ouilpen 3, 4.
S.A.: Football Team l, 2, 3, 4, cap't
4: 4B Class Pres.: Class Officer 3, 4:
Senior Council: Nat'l Honor Soc. 4:
Inter-Class Council 3, 4: Student
Council l, 2, 3, 4: Boys' Emblem Club
2, 3, 4: Clean-Up Comm.: Intramural
Sports 3, 4.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Ouilpen 3, 4, treas. 3:
S.B.I. 4: Student Court 4: Div. Rm.
Officer 3, 4: Student Council 3, 4: Tau
Epsilon 2, 3.
Mt. Vernon Acad. of Fine Arts
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Stage Crew I, 2, 3:
Photo Staff l, 2, 3, 4: Rhythm Club 4,
pres. 4: Dramatic Club 3, 4: Assem-
bly Comm. 4, pres. 4: Board of Cone
trol 4: Iazz Band l, 2, 3: Promotion
Comm. 3, 4.
Clissold Wilson Ir.
GOLDSMITH, MAE PAULA
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Div. Rm. Officer 3:
Siqma 4, sec'y-treas. 4: Salesman-
ship Club 4: Girls' Emblem Club 4:
A Cappella 3, 4.
Mt. Vernon Undecided
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Officers Club 4:
Board of Control 4: Student Council
3: N.C.O. Club 2, 3: Div-. Rm. Officer
l, 3, 4: Usher Force 3, 4: Flounders l.
Ft. Dearborn M.P.l.C.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Student Court 3, 4,
ludqe 4: Latin Club 3, 4: Clean-Up
Comm. 2, 3, sec'y 3: Div. Rm. Officer
l: Social Comm. 1, 2: Girls' Glee
Club 3: Probation Comm. 3, 4: Pro-
motion Comm. 3: Tau Epsilon 3, 4.
Clissold U. of Colorcxio
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Div. Rm. Officer 2, 4:
Clean-Up Comm. l: Student Council
4: Salesmanship Club 4.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: l-l.R.S.G.: Flounders l.
I-IARDIMAN, WILLA MARY
Shoop M. Walkers Beauty College
I-IA WTI-IOR NE, VICTOR
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Student Court 3, 4:
Clean-Up Comm. 3, 4: Div. Rm. Of-
ficer 2, 4: Inter-Class Council Z, 4.
Clissold De Pquw
S.A., A.Y.L., Flounders l, Intra-
mural Baseball I, 2, Intramural Vol-
leyball I, 3.
Shoop Fish U.
S.A., A.Y.L., Flounders, Intramural
Baseball l, 2, Intra-mural Volleyball
Shoop Fish U.
S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon 2, 3,
Ouilpen 3, Botany Club 2, 3, Floun-
ders, Div. Rm. Officer 2, 4.
I-IOEFLE, DOROTHY Y
S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3,
4, Nat'l Honor Soc. 4, Social Comm.
I, Girls' Glee Club 3, 4.
Clissold U. of Iowa
Ft. Dearborn Undecided
S.A., Pan-American Club 3.
S.A., A.Y.L., Flounders.
Shoop Peter Buss. College
S.A., N.C.O. Club 2, 3, Officers
Club 4, Div. Rm. Officer 3, Sigma 4,
Biology Club 3, Tau Epsilon 4, Nat'l
Honor Soc. 4.
West Pullman Northwestern
SA., A.Y.L., Div. Rm. Officer 3,
Clean-Up Comm. l.
Shoop Fisk U.
S.A., Track Team 4, Football Team
l, Baseball 2, Wrestling Team 2, 4,
Intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4, Div. Rm.
Fernwood Wilson Ir.
S.A., Emblem Club 2, 3, 4, Football
Team l, 2, 3, 4, Baseball Team 1, 2,
Wrestling Team l, Intramural Volley-
ball l, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Baseball l,
2, 3, 4.
S.A., A.Y.L., Student Council l, 2,
S.A., A.Y.L., H.R.S.G. 3, 4, Floun-
S.A., A.Y.L.: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4,
Nat'l Honor Soc. 4, Div. Rm. Officer
4, Student Court 4, Student Council
4, Cheer Leader 4, S.B.I. l.
Mt. Vernon Undecided
S.A., A.Y.L., Pan-American Club
2, 3, Flounders l, Fashions of the
Hour l, 2, Rhythm Club l, 2, 3, 4,
Promotion Comm. 2, 3, 4, Clean-Up
Comm. 2, 3, 4, Biology Club 2, Town
Ft. Dearborn Michigan State
ZA? 51171192 L
S.A.: Class Officer I, 4: CleanUp
Comm. 2, 3, 4: Promotion 3, 4: Fasti-
ions of tlie I-Iour 3, 4: Flounders I:
Social Comm. 2, 4: Tau Epsilon I,
4: Town Meetina 3.
Et. Dearborn Michiqan State
SA.: A.Y.L.: Student Court 4:
Camera Club 4: S.B.l. 3: Div. Hin.
Sutherland Art Instituto
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Cheerleader 3, 4:
Fashions of tlie Hour, Z, 3, 4:Botany
Club 3: Girls' Fencing Club 2: Girls'
Emblem Club 4.
Vanderpoel Vera lane Studios
SA.: A.Y.L.: Empefii News 2, 3,
paqe ed. 3, Ed. in chief 4: Ouill and
Scroll 2, 4, pres. 4: Class Officer 3, 4:
4B Class Officer: Executive Comm. 4:
Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4: Board of Con-
trol 4: Nat'l Honor Soc. 4: Concert
Band 3, 4.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsilon I, 2, 3,
4, pres. 4: Chemaster 4: Nat'I Honor
Soc. 4: Annual Staff 4: Div. Rm. Of-
ficer l, 2, 3: Football team 3, 4:
S.B.I. 3, 4.
LUCK EIT, IENNIE
Shoop Wilson Ir.
SA.: A.Y.L.: Pan-American Club 3.
S.A.: Sigma 2.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Sigma 4, pres. 4: Ine
tramural Basketball 4: Intramural
SA.: A.Y.L.: Flounders: Sigma 4.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Div. Rm. Officer 2:
Promotion Comm. 2, 3: S.B.I. 4: Clean-
Up Comm. 3: Student Court 4.
Clissold Micbiqan State
Shoop W. Virqinia State
SA.: A,Y.L.: Girls' Emblem 3, 4:
Chemasters 4: Board of Control 4:
Fencing Club I, 2: Cheerleader 4:
Tau Epsilon I: Flounders: Div. Rm,
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Business Staff 2, 3, 4:
Div. Rm. Officer I, 2, 3: Advertising
Club I, pres. I: Dramatic Club I:
Clean-Up Comm. 3, 4: Promotion
Comm. 2, 3, 4.
SA.: A.Y.I.,.: Div. Rm. Officer I, 2,
3, 4: Advertising Club I, pres. I:
Dramatic Club I: Clean-Up Comm. 3,
4: Promotion Comm. 2, 3, 4.
S.A.: A.Y,L.: N.C.O. Club 3: Of-
ficers Club 4: Chemasters 4: V.E.S.B.
3: Photo Club, Branch: Usher Force
Clissold Wilson Ir.
S.A.: Flounders: Chemasters 4.
Ft. Dearborn Armour
S.A.: Swimming Team 3, 4.
OPFER, ARTHUR H.
S.A.: Flounders: Basketball 2, 33
Usher Force 2, 3, 4.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: vice-pres. l: Clean-
Up Comm. 3, 4: Inter-Class Council
2: Tau Epsilon 4: Class Officer 2:
Annual Staff 2.
Sutherland U. of Colorado
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Class Officer 4: Nat'l
Honor Soc. 4: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4:
Flounders l: Div. Rm. Officer 3.
OVER, MARY ELLEN
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Clean-Up Comm. 4:
Student Court 3, 4: S.B.l. 3, 4: Fi-
nancial Comm. 4: Glee Club l.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Div. Rm. Officer l, 2,
3, 4: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4: Nat'l
Honor Soc. 4: pres. 4: Class Officer
lp Financial Comm. 2, 3, chairman 3:
Latin Club 3, 4: Quill and Scroll 4:
Empehi News 4, lst page Ed. 4.
PEELER, MARY lANE
S.A.: A.Y.L.: French Club 2, 3.
Shoop Chi. Teachers' College
S.A.: Empehi News 4: Salesman-
ship 4: Oueen Rollers 4: Sigma 4:
S.A.: Intramural Volleyball 4.
Clissold Southern California
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Glee Club 4.
Sutherland Wilson Ir.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Sigma 4: Dramatic
Club, Branch: Queen Rollers 4.
S.A.: Senior Class Officer: Football
3, 4: Swimming team l, 2: Boys' Em-
blem Club 2, 3, 4, pres. 4, sec'y 4:
Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4: Student Coun-
cil l, 2, 3, 4: Executive Comm. 4:
Board of Control 4.
Clissold Colorado College
S.A,: A.Y.L.: French Club 3:
l-l.R.S.G. 2, 3: Clean-Up Comm. 2, 3:
Promotion Comm. 3: Finance Comm.
3: Div. Rm. Officer l.
.cjlze 1942 gmpe L
S.A.5 A.Y.L.5 Intramural Sports 3,
45 Basketball 25 Swimming team Z5
Shoop Howard U.
S.A.5 A.Y.L.5 lr. Band I5 Concert
Orchestra 25 Concert Band 2, 35 Color
Guard 35 Tau Epsilon I5 N.C.O. Club
S.A.5 Div. Rm. Officer 2.
S.A.5 Basketball team 2, 3, 4:
Swimming team l, 25 Intramural
Sports l, 2, 3, 4.
S.A.5 Usher Force 3, 45 Tau Epsilon
45 Officers Club 3, 4, vice-pres. 4.
S.A.5 A.Y.L.5 Baseball 2, 35 Stage
Crew l, Z5 N.C.O. Club 2, 3, 45 Em-
blem Club 45 Cheerleader 45 Student
Court 3, 45 Div. Rm. Officer 3, 45
Student Council 3, 4.
S.A.5 A.Y.L.5 Peppers Z, 35 Floun-
ders5 Queen Rollers 4, pres. 4: Girls'
Emblem Club 45 Board of Control 45
Rhythm Club 45 Fashions of the Hour
S.A.5 A.Y.L.5 Flounders5 Pan-Amen
icon Club 2, 35 Business Staff 45
V.E.S.B. 45 Quilpen 2, 35 Student
S.A.5 A.Y.L.5 Rhythm Club 35 Busi-
ness Staff 45 Dramatic Club l5 Floun-
dersp Pan-American Club 25 Promo-
tion Comm. l.
Barnard Frances Shimer
S.A.5 Swimming team 35 Football
team I5 Iazz Orch. 3, 4, leader 45
Concert Orch. l, 2, 35 Concert Band
l, 25 Board of Control 3, 45 Div. Rm.
Officer 2, 45 Student Council 2, 45
Clean-Up Comm. 3.
S.A.5 A.Y.I...5 Pan-American Club
3, 45 Nat'l Honor Soc. 45 Tau Epsilon
1, 2, 3, 45 Flounders5 Quill and Scroll
45 Girls' Emblem Club 3, 45 Div. Rm.
Officer 3, 4.
S.A.5 A.Y.L.5 Tau Epsilon 1, 2, 35
Div. Rm. Officer 35 Latin Club 3, 45
Student Council 3.
SA.: A.Y.L.5 Tau Epsilon I, 2, 3,
45 Latin Club 2, 3, 45 Aedile 45
Rhythm Club 3, vice-pres. 35 Quill
and Scroll 45 Nat'l Honor Soc. 45
Clean-Up Comm. 2, 3, 45 Quilpen 2,
3, 45 Promotion Comm. 3, 4.
S.A.5 A.Y.I..,5 Football team l, 2, 3,
45 Swimming team I5 Track 3, 45 In-
tramural Track 35 Intramural Base-
ball 35 Intrarnural Volleyball 35
Clean-Up Comm. 2, 3.
S.A.5 Div. Rm. Officer 4.
Longwood Private M.P.I.C.
S.A.7 Board of Control 47 Officers
Club 47 Biology 3, 4, pres. 4, vice-
pres. 37 Concert Band 2, 3, 47 Zo-
ology Club 3, 47 Pan-American Club
37 Empehi News 4.
S.A.7 Business Staff 3, 47 Tau Ep-
silon l, 2, 37 Ouilpen 3, 47 Annual
Staff 37 Flounders7 Div. Rm. Officer
2, 3, 4.
S.A., Branch pres.7 A.Y.L., treas. 47
Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 47 Nat'l Honor
Soc. 4, vice-pres. 47 Photo Staff 2, 3,
4, head 37 A Cappella 3, 4, pres. 47
Chemasters 47 Board of Control l,
3, 47 Rhythm Club 4.
S.A.7 Flounders7 Swimming team 2,
3, 47 Ouill and Scroll 47 Tau Epsilon
l, 2, 3, 47 Nat'l Honor Soc. 47 Ern-
pehi News 3, 47 Div. Rm. Officer 3, 47
Ft. Dearborn Purdue
S.A.7 Ouilpen 3, 47 Chemasters 47
Photo Club 47 N.C.O. Club 47 Tau
Epsilon 2, 3, 4.
if Etr - bu
TOPPEN, GERALD I
S.A.7 Dramatic Club l7 R.O.T.C.
Marching Band 3, 47 Concert Band
3, 47 Iunior Band 2, 37 Beginners'
Band 1, 27 Concert Orchestra 4.
Mt. Greenwood Minnesota
S.A.7 A.Y.L,7 V.E.S.B. 3, 47 Girls'
Glee Club 2.
Shoop Wilson lr.
S.A.7 Sigma 47 Reading Club I7
Sccial Comm. l.
S.A.f Queen Rollers 47 Tau Epsilon
l, 2, 3, 47 Nat'l Honor Soc. 47 Div.
Rm. Officer l, 2, 37 Salesmanship
Club 47 Dramatic Club l, pres. l7
Student Council 47 Student Court l, 4.
Mt. Greenwood Chicago
WARD, IRVING '
S.A.7 Probation Comm. 3, 47 Stu-
dent Court 2, 3, 47 S.B.I. 3, 47 Pro-
tective Patrol 2, 3, 47 Intramural Vol-
leyball 2, 37 Usher Force 47 Basket-
ball l, 2, 3, 4, cap't 47 Baseball team
2, 3, 47 Clean-Up Comm. 4.
Shoop Long Island U.
Shoop Wilberforce U.
S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Flounders7 Pan-Amer
ican Club 27 Girls' Emblem Club 4.
S.A.7 Band 2, 3, 47 Orchestra 47
Iazz Band 47 Chemasters 47 R.O.T.C.
S.A.I A.Y.L.7 S.B.I. 37 Flounders.
ZA? 711,92 L
WOODS, LACFY WRIGHT, ROBERTA ZACHER, DICK
I4,A,3 A,Y,L, SHA., A,Y.l..: Div. Rm. Ollivor l, SA., A.Y.L., Tiiu Epsilon 2, 3, 4:
Sling: Wilsfinlr, Fenvinq Club 2, Pun-Amoriuzn Club Ncifl Honor Soc. 4, seoy Zoology
7, 3, 4, Ouilpen 3, 4, Empehi News Club 2, 3, Photo Stull 2, 3, 4, mon
3, 4, Fashions of the Hour 3, 4, uoer 4, Annual Stoll 4, V.E.S.B. 2
Flounders, Biology 4, 3, 4, Photo Stoll 4.
Bcirnorci Colomdo Sprinrzs Sulherlonri U.S.C
N o P I c t u r e s
' E'l'l?ll:iA, FRANCFS
HA., A.Y.L., Flfuum
LACY, BERNICE MCGURK, DON
Shoop Wilson lr. Si. Momcrflt Morris
lCHANSEN, WILBER STARZ, EVELYN
S.A. SA., Ouilpen 2, 3, Fashions ol ilie
VOYTCVPVIWOGI lvl.l3.l.C. Hour' 3, 4: Div. Rm. Ofiivevr l, 3, 4:
Senior Council, Assembly Comm, 4.
SA.: S.B.l. 3: Officers Club 4: hx V
rico. Club 4, Usher mfg 4. HNAN JOHN
V1 inderpoel llriniecinisal Pqrnurd None
jg I"lflCll"y Ozxclllflfle
Most Popular Girl,
Most Popular Boys
Best Lookinq Girl...
Best Looking Boy ,,
Best Dressed Girl ,,
Best Dressed Boy ,,,,
Girl With Best Line
Boy With Best Linen ,,,,, ,,Y,,,, , ,
Best Girl Dancers,
Best Boy Doncer .
Most Stuclious Girl ,,,,
Most Studious Boy,
Most Boshlul Girl,
Most Boshiul Boyu,
Most Athletic Girls . , ,
, ,...,., BOB PBINGLE
Y ,L ,AGNES SILVESTRI
L LPOLLY GREGSON
.. L Y ,,,BlLL THAYEB
Most Athletic Boy , , ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, DlCK FBYEB
Girl With Best Sense ot Hurnor, . , ,,,,,,, MUBIEL LAMBEBT
Boy With Best Sense ot Humor ,,,,, ,,,,, , ,,ii,,, ,,,i,,,, B l LL KRAMER
Most Diqnitied Girls, ,,,,,, . ,,,, , . MARION SPEBOPULOS
Most Diqnifiecl Boy .. Y,,, ,..... B lLL CUSTEB
Hunqriest Girl ,,,,,,, , ,,,,, IOANNE NlCHOLAS
Hunqriest Boy ,.,,,..,, Y..,,,, , ,,,,,,, ,.,Y,.,,,. G E OBGE GREENE
Best Couple, ,..,L H . LOIS BBBBY CS DINNY SPBOUL
Cutest Girl L , ,,,, ,L L LLOIS ADAMS
une enior Cfarizi O icem . . .
The many activities that preceded
graduation were headed by Ralph Ol-
sen, president: Mary Emily Dasher,
vice-president, Shirley Shevlin, secre-
tary: and Walter Pruter, treasurer. The
lune Class of 1942 will long be remem-
bered at Empehi because of its liberal
ideas in student government and its
many outstanding students.
The annual senior banquet that
everyone looks forward to was ar-
ranged by Mary Emily Dasher. lt was
a huge success. The all important job
as chairman of the committee for com-
mencement was given to lim Love,
who arranged all of the details of the
program, including the decorations and
the diplomas. The Gift Committee was
under the able direction of Dave Katz-
mann. The seniors dropped their dig-
nified cloaks long enough to present the
senior play, directed by Bob Sabel, with
help from the senior class. The story
took place in a radio station and was
one of the most amusing ones ever to
be given. Dorothy May had complete
charge of the caps and gowns. The Corn-
mittee that selected and distributed the
announcements was under the super-
vision of Betty Champion.
ln bidding a sad farewell, two hun-
dred and forty seniors will look hope-
fully into the future, not knowing what
to expect but always knowing that they
have spent four useful and enjoyable
years at Empehi.
The most honored position in the stu-
dent body was held by Charles Fitch
this past year as president of the S. A.
Because of his excellent Work on the
football team, he was elected head of
the Athletic Commission. Clubs which
claimed his membership are the Latin
Club, Tau Epsilon, and Quilperi, of
which he was vice-president. "Charlie"
was voted rnost popular boy in his class
and with his ability he will go far.
Ralph Olsen combines the abilities of
high scholastic standing with leader-
ship. He held the highest position pos-
sible to obtain in the R.O.T.C. as Lieu-
tenant-Colonel. He has been a member
of Tau Epsilon for tour years, secretary
during his third year, and is treasurer of
the National Honor society. Ralph is
erfionagfiefi . .
also president of his Senior Class.
Smiling, capable ludy Gardner has
fulfilled a very active four years at
Empehi. Even as 2nd vice-president ot
the Student Association she found time
to continue her excellent grades, and to
become a member of the French Club
and the National Honor Society.
lune Eklott has the rare ability of
combining leadership, dependability
and friendliness. She has been co-
editor-in-chiet of the Annual, secretary
and president ot the Zoology club, vice-
president ot Quill and Scroll, a member
of Tau Epsilon, the Promotion Com-
mittee and the French club. These and
other activities have made her one of
our outstanding students.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Latin Club, 2, 3: Tau
Epsilon, l, 3, 4: Clean-Up Commit-
tee 2, 3, 4: Rhythm Club 4: Promo-
tion Committee 2, 3, 4: Fashions of
the Hour 3, 4: Div. Rm, Officer 4:
A Capella 4.
S.A.: Div. Rm. Officer 2, 4: Cheer-
leader 4: Empehi News 3, Assist.
Sp. Ed. 4: Annual Staff 4: Sports Ed.
4: Rhythm Club 3, 4, vice-pres. 4:
Intramural Sports 2, 3, 4: Promotion
Comm. 3, 4: Ouill and Scroll 3, 4:
Zooloqy Club 4.
Vanclerpoel U. of Mivliitgfrn
ALCOCK, WARREN IR.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Basketball 3, 4: 'len-
nis l, 2, 3, 4, Capt. 3, 4: Emblem
Club 2, 3, 4: Clean-Up Comm. 2, li,
4: Div, Rm. Officer l, 2, 3, 4: intra'
mural Sports 7, 3, 4: Student Council
l, 2, 3, 4.
ALLEN, MARY LOU
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Bioloqy Club 3:
French Club 3, 4: Glee Club 2, 3:
Ouilpen 4: Tau Epsilon 3.
Mt. Vernon Wisconsin
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Frenrh Club 4: Ouil-
pen 4: Bioloqy Club 4: Div. Rm. Offi-
cer 4: Tau Epsilon 4: Nat'l Honor
S.A.: Salesmanship Club 4: N.C.O,
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3,
4: Nat'l Honor Soc. 4: I'I.R.S.G. 2, 3:
Clean-Up Comm. 3: Empehi News 3,
4: Ouill and Scroll 3, 4: Class Ofti
cer 4: Interclass Council 2, 3.
Vanderpoel U, of Michiaan
EALLANTINE, FREDERICK WILLIAM
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Baseball team l, 2,
3, 4: Football team 3, 4: Track l:
Boys' Emblem Club 2, 3, 4: S.B.I. 3,
4: I-l,R.S.G. 2, 3: Intramural Sports
l, 2, 3, 4: Student Council I, 2.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsilon 3, 4:
Girls' Emblem Club 4.
Mt. Vernon Northwestern
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Fashions of the Hour
7, 3, 4, secy. 3: H.R.S.G. 2, 3, 4,
treos. 3: Pan-American Club 2, 3, 4,
vice-pres, 3: Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4: Div.
Rm. Officer 4: Zoology Club 4.
ALLEN , M.
ALLEN , W.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Ouilpen 2, 3: Pan-
American Club 2, 3, 4: Fashions of
the I-Iour 2, 3, 4: Tau Epsilon Z, 3, 4:
Biology Club 3, 4: Business Staff 2:
Promotion Comm. 2, 3.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Fashions of the Hour
2: Sigma 4: Commercial Club 2, 3.
Clissold Southern Calif,
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Oueen Rollers 4:
Salesmanship Club 4: Fashions of
the I-Iour 4: Readinq Club l: Div. Rm.
Mt. Greenwood Undeuidecl
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Eowlinq 4: Flounders:
Div, Rm. Officer 2, 4.
BED NA RIK, OTTO
S.A.: Concert Band 3, 4: R.O.T.C.
Band 2, 3, 4: Bowlinq 4: Iunior
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4:
Girls' Emblem Club 3, 4: S.B.I. 3, 4:
Glee Club 2, 3: Salesmanship Club
3, 4: Flounders 1: Biology Club 3, 4:
Commercial Club 3, 4.
Ft. Dearborn Knox
S.A,: A.Y.L.: Salesmanship Club 3,
4: S.B,I. 3, 4: H.R.S.G. 3.
Ft. Dearborn De Paul
BLISS, WILLIAM IR.
S.A.: A.Y.L., vice-pres, 4: Ouill
and Scroll 3, 4: Football team I, 2,
3, 4: Emblem Club 3, 4: Wrestling
team I, 2: Empehi News 3, 4: Tau
Epsilon 2, 3: H.R.S.G. 2, 3, 4: Che-
masters 4, treas. 4.
Ft, Dearborn Princeton
SA.: A.Y.I...: Officers' Club 4:
N.C.O. Club 4: Foster Comm. 2,
Shoop Central Y.M.C.A,
S.A.: Intramural Volleyball 3: In-
tramural Baseball 3: Golf team 3: In-
tramural Basketball l,
St. Cajetan Armour
i -4: -
S.A.: A.Y.I..: Flounders: Div. Rm.
Officer l: Commercial Club 2, 3:
I-I.R.S.G. 2, 3, 4: Fashions of the
S.A.: Tau Epsilon 4.
M.P.M.A. Oueerfs U.
S.A., treas. lBranchl, lst vice-pres.
4: Financial Comm. 3, 4, chairman 3:
Girls' Glee Club 2, 3, vice-pres. 2,
pres. 3: Latin Club 2, 3, treas. 3:
Board of Control 3: Student Council
2: Clean-Up Comm. 2, 3, 4: Promo-
tion Comm. 3, 4: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3:
Executive Comm. 4.
Clissold De Fauw
S.A.: Fashions of the Hour 3, 4:
Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4: Ouill and
Scroll 4: Nat'l Honor Society 4:
French Club 3, 4, pres. 4: Orchestra
2, 3, 4, vice-pres. 4: Board of Con-
trol 4: Empehi News 3, 4: Ouilpen.
BRYCE, DORYS SINCLAIR
S.A.: A.Y.L.: French Club l: Clean-
Up Committee l.
Harvard Beverly Bus. Col.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Clean-Up Comm, 3, 4:
French Club 3: Promotion Comm. 2,
3, 4: Rhythm Club 3: Zoology Club
2, 4: Div. Rm. Officer 3: Student
Council 2, 3.
S.A.: A.Y.I...: Protective Patrol 3,
4: Zoology Club 3, 4: R.O.T.C. l, 2
3, 4: Officers' Club 3, 4: Usher Force
3, 4: V.E.S.B. 3, 4: Pan-American
BURROWS, GENE IR.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: N.C.O. Club 3, 4:
Div, Rm. Officer 3: Intramural Sports
l, 2, 3, 4: S.B.I. 2, 3, 4.
SA.: A.Y.L.: Swimming team 2,
3, 4, instructor 3, 4: Intramural Sports
Vanclerpoel U. of Virginia
S.A., treas. IBranchl, secy.-treas. 4:
A.Y.L.: Dramatic Club l, 2, 3, 4,
treas. 4: Promotion Comm. 2, 3, 4,
chairman 3: Nat'l Honor Soc, 4: Tau
Epsilon l, Z, 3, 4: Latin Club 2, 3, 4,
aedile 4: Rhythm Club 2, 3, mem-
bership ch. 3: Clean-Up Comm. Z 3,
treas. 3: Annual Staff 3.
.7Ae f942 mine L
S.A., A.Y.L., Flounders, S.B.l. 3,
Sigma 3, 4, H.R.S.G. 2, Div. Rm.
Officer 3, 4, Fashions of tho Hour 3,
4, Cornrnr-rf-itil Club 2.
Ft. Dearborn Undecided
S.A., A.Y.L., Ouilpc-n 2, 3, 4, secy.
2, pres. 4, Div. Rm. Officer 2, 3, 4,
Fan American Club 2, 3, 4, Tau Epsr
lon 4, H.R.S.G. 2, 3, Rhythm Club 4,
Board of Control 4, lunior Banii 3,
S.A., A.Y.L.., Flounrivrs, Fan Arnet-
ican Club 2, 3, 4, ll.R.S.G. 3, 4.
Ft. Dearborn Fox
S.A., A.Y.L., Football team l, 2,
3, 4, Baseball team 2, 3, 4, lntra-
mural Baseball l, 2, 3, 4, Emblem
Club 3, 4, pres. 4, Board of Control
4, Executive Cornrn. 4, Student Court
3, 4, Div. Rm, Officer l, 2, 3, 4.
CHAPMAN, IUNE BEVERLY
S.A., A.Y.L., Flounders, Strlosrriniri
strip Club 2, Fashion ol the Hour 2,
Oueen Rollers 3, 4, treas. 4, Peppers
S.A., Class Officer l, 2, 3, Flourr
clers, treas., Interclass Council l, 2,
3, Zoology Club 2, Clean-Up Comm,
3, 4, Promotion Comm. 3, 4, Dra-
matic Club 2, l-l.R.S.C1. 2, 3, Ernpelii
News 3, 4, literary ed. 4.
Horace Mann Northwestern
S.A., A.Y.L., S.B.l. 3, 4, Ouilpan 2.
Ft. Dearborn Fox
S.A., A.Y.L., Fashions of the Hour
2, 3, French Club 3, Quill and Scroll
3, 4, pres. 4, Nat'i Honor Soc. 4,
viceepres. 4, Ouilnen 4, Board ot
Control 4, Emloehi News 3, 4, Tau
Epsilon 2, 3, 4.
S.A., secy. tBr'a:icl1l, Social Cornrn.
2, Emblem Club 3, 4, Swimming
team l, 2, 3, 4, capri, 4, Empelii
Clissold U. of Clricaao
S.A., A.Y.L., Biology Club 2, 3,
Zoology Club 2, 3, A Cappella 4,
Intermediate Concert Band 3, Che-
St. Anselm Howard
S.A., A.Y.L., Glee Club l, Com-
mercial Club 2, 3, Fashions of the
Hour 3, Div. Rm. Officer l, 2, 4,
Sigma 4: Ouilpen 4.
COOLEY, MARY ANN
S.A., A.Y.L., Business Staff 2, 3,
4, asst, manager 3, manager 4, Con-
cert Band 3, 4, secy. 4, Chernasters
4, Biology Club 3, 4, Zoology Club 3,
4: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, Board of
Control 4, Ouill and Scroll 4.
S.A., Beginners Band l, lr, Band
l, Orchestra l, 2, librarian 2, Bicycle
Guard 4, Protective Patrol 2, 3.
Shoop Wilson lr.
COPELA ND, LAWRENCE
S.A., Football team l, 2, 3, 4,
Wrestling team l, 3, 4, Boys' Em'
blern Club 2, 3, 4, Rhythm Club Z,
3, 4, lazz Band 4, Pan-American
Club 2, 3, Photo Staff 3, 4, Zoology
Club 4, Student Court 3, 4.
Van Vlissenaen Purdue
S.A., A.Y.L., Football team l, 2,
3, 4, Emblem Club 3, 4, Wrestlina
team l, intramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4,
'Tau Epsilon 1, 4, lr. Band 3, pres. 3,
Board of Control 3, Safety Council
Rochester, N. Y. Purdue
S.A.: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4: Pan-
American Club 3, 4: Nat'l Honor Soc.
4: lazz Band 2, 3, 4: Flounders.
SA.: A.Y.L.: Pan-American Club
3, 4: Zoology Club 2, 3, 4: Fashions
of the Hour 3: Div. Rm. Officer l, 2:
Poster Comm. 3: Student Council l, 2.
S.A.: Div. Rm. Officer 3.
DASHER, MARY EMILY
S.A., pres. tBronchl: Tau Epsilon
l, 2, 3, 4, pres. 4: Photo Staff 3, 4,
manager 3, 4: Nat'l Honor Soc. 4:
Board of Control l, 3, 4: Chemasters
4, vice-pres. 4: Rhythm Club 3, 4,
secy. 4: Biology Club 2, 3, 4: Quil-
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Class Officer,
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Finance Comm, 2, 3,
ch. 4: Promotion Comm. l, 2, 3:
Latin Club 2, 3: Botany Club 2, 3:
H.R.S.G. 3: Board of Control 3: Div.
Rm. Officer l: Tau Epsilon l, Z, 3, 4.
Clissold U. of S. C.
DE BUTTS, HM
S.A,: A.Y.L,: Baseball team l:
Basketball team l, 2: Track team l,
2: Usher force 4: Football team l:
R.O.T.C. 3, 4: A Cappella l.
South Bend, Ind. M.P.l.C,
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Fashions of the Hour
3. 4: Pan-American Club 4: Tau Epsi-
lon 4: Dramatic Club l.
S,A.: A.Y.I.. 2, 3: French Club 3,
4: Zoology Club 2: Promotion Com-
mittee 3, 4.
SA.: Zoology Club 2, 3, pres. 3:
Football team 1, Z: Tau Epsilon 2, 3,
4: Div, Rm, Officer 2, 3: Usher force
3, 4: Board of Control 2: Officers'
Club 4: Quill and Scroll 4.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Student Court l, 2,
3, 4: Promotion Comm. l, 2, 3: Tau
Epsilon 3: Clean-Up Comm, l, 2:
S.B.l. 2, 3, chair. 3: A Cappella 3:
Glee Club l, 2.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsilon 3, 4:
Biology Club 3: Pan-American Club
4: Dramatic Club l.
S.A.: A.Y,L.: A Cappella 3, 4, vice'
pres. 4, pres. 4: Glee Club 3, 4:
French Club 4: Latin Club 2, 3, 4,
Aedile 4: Quilpen 3, 4: Tau Epsilon
l, 3, 4: Financial Comm. 3: Board
of Control 4,
Sutherland U. of Michigan
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Latin Club 2, 3, 4:
Zoology Club 2, 3: Biology Club 2,
3, 4: Pan-American Club 4: Tau
Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4: V.E.S.B. 3, 4: Girls'
Emblem 4: Quilpen 4.
Clissold Florida St, College
S.A.: V.E.S.B. 4: Empehi News 3,
4, second page ed. 4: Quill and
Scroll 4: Zoology Club 4.
St. Luke's Yale
.743 1942 mpg ,
SA., A.Y.L., Flouriders, Fasliions
ot the Hour 2, Siurna li, Conimorrial
Cflub ft, 4, Girls' Emblem Cluli 47
Eialosrriarisliiyw Club 3, 4.
Vander, tool Fox
b.A., Ir. Rand I, Z, R.O.I.C,, Band
't, 4, Cforivert Band ft, 4, treas. 4,
tffnriorfr Club 2.
,. , .
.w.A., A.Y.L., lou Epsilon I, 7,
Zooloay Clult 3, 4, sovy. 3, Rliytlnn
Club ft, ft, A Cappella 3, 4, Promo-
tion Comm, 2, Fashions ot the Hour
4 Div. Rm. Otlivor I, Ir. Rami Q, R.
,. . f
.u.A., A.Y.L., Clean-Up Comm. 3,
4, Proiiiotioii Comm, 3, 4, Student
Court 4, S.R.I. 2, 3, Probation Comm.
fl' Zoolorgy Clul, R, 4, Radio Club 2,
n- . 1 f
.w.A.: A,Y.L.: Tau Epsilon I, Z, J,
4, Nfrt'I Honor Soc. 4, Cliemasters 4,
srry. 4, Zooloqy Club 2, 3, Latin
Club 2, ft, Gloe Club 3, 4, A Cdp
fiollrr 3, 4, Annual Staff fi.
Vurifir'-rpool U. of Illinois
SA., Zooloqy Club 2, 3, 4, secy. 2,
vicfo-pres. 3, pres. 3, Board of Con-
trol 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, Vice-
Pres. 4, Annual Staff 2, 3, 4, Co-ed.
in-rliiei 4, Executive Comm. 4, Tau
Epsilon I, 4, Ciean-Up Comm, 3, 4,
Promotion Comm, ft, 4, Frencli
Club 2, 3.
SA., Div. Rm. Oiiicei' fi, 4, Cratt
Cilub I, Intramural Sports I.
SA., Student Council 2, ft, Swim
ininq team I, 2, Basketball team R:
D. I ,
iv.Hni.Ott1'er I, 7, 3.
I ,VA NS, ROR
S.A., Ir. Bond 3, Convert Rind 4,
Ilslier tort-o ft, Zooloqy Club 3, 4:
Piotevtive Patrol 2, 3, 4, Clean-UD
Coniin. 4, Ifrnvvelii News 3, 4, Zntl
page ed. 4, Ouill and Scroll 3, 4,
Student Court 2, R.
Bryn Mawr Wasliinatoii State
FARLEY, SAMUEL C.
SA., A,Y.L., Cliemasters 4.
SA., A.Y.L., Queen Rollers 4,
Ilisliions oi the Hour 4: Curtain
Club I, 2.
MI. Greenwood Beverly Bus.
S.A.: A.Y.L., Pan-Ameriran Club I,
27, It, Uslier force 3, Otiivers' Club 2,
ft, 4, pres. 4, Concert Band I, 2, 3, 4,
'I':ni Epsilon 4, Camera Club 2, 3,
N.C.O. Club I, Z, R.O.T.C. Band I,
2, 3, 4, comrnandina officer 4
FI flZNEY, RQSFIVIARY
SA., A.Y.L., Cheerleader 4,
II.R.S,G. 2, 3, 4, Floundersz Finan-
fial Comm. 3, 4, Div. Rm. Officer 37
Fusliions of tlie Hour 2.
SI, Crrllielredu St. Xavier
SA., A.Y.L., Curtain Club IIS
Troiicli Club 3, 4, Student Council
I, ZZ, Clean-Up Comm. 3, 4, chair. 4,
4B Class Oiiiver, Zoology Club Z, 3,
4, Promotion Comm. 2.
S.A., pres. 47 A.Y.L.7 Football team
2, 3, 47 Emblem Club 3, 47 Tau Epsi-
lon Z, 37 Ouilpen 2, 3, 4, vice-pres.
37 Wrestling team 37 Intramural
Basketball 3, 47 Latin Club 2, 3, 47
Athletic Commission 3.
Bradwell Colo. School of Mines
S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Officers' Club 47
Usher force 3, 47 N.C.O. Club 3, 47
Floundersy Debating Club 3.
Ft. Dearborn Ill. Institute of Tech.
S.A.7 Usher force 3, 47 N.C.O.
Club 2, 3, 47 Officers' Club 3.
Evergreen Park Undecided
S.A.7 Zoology Club Z, 37 Dramatic
Club l, secy. I7 Photo Staff 2, 3,
scrcy. 37 V.E.S.B. 2, 3, secy. 37 Stu-
dent Court 2, 37 Empehi News 27
S.B.l 37 Tau Epsilon 2.
S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 French Club 2, 3, 4j
Fashions of the Hour 3, 47 Flounders7
Div. Rm. Officer 47 Sigma 3, 47 Busi-
ness Staff 2, 3.
St. Margaret Nursing
S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 French Club 3, 47
Advertising Club l, 27 Clean-Up
Comm. 37 Poster Comm. l.
S.A., 2nd vice-pres. 47 A.Y.L.7
Zoology Club 2, 3, 47 Tau Epsilon l,
2, 3, 47 Nat'l Honor Soc. 47 French
Club 47 Promotion Comm. 2, 37 Cleari-
Up Comm. 2, 37 Div. Rm, Officer l,
27 Class Officer 3.
S.A.7 Board of Control 47 Safety
Council 4, chair. 47 Zoology Club 2,
3, 47 Annual Staff 2, 3, 47 A Cap-
pella 47 Glee Club 2, 37 Div. Rm.
Officer 27 Promotion Comm. 2, 37
Probation Comm, 4.
Nichols Intermediate Antioch
Sugarland, Texas Howard
S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Biology Club 2.
Shoop Rhylander Smith
S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Officers' Club 2, 3,
47 N.C.O. Club 37 Div. Rm. Offi-
St. Barnabas Undecided
S.A.7 Fashions of the Hour 47 Pep-
pers 17 Ouilpen 3, 47 Tau Epsilon
2, 3, 4.
Blue Island Fox
S.A.7 Flounders, pres.7 Board of
Control lj Baseball team 27 Bowling
team 27 Pan-American Club lj lazz
Band I7 Zoology Club l.
Ft. Dearborn Undecided
GRUENWALD, ISA BEL
S.A.7 A.Y.I.. 2, 37 Rhythm Club 3,
47 French Club 3, 47 Promotion Com-
mittee 2, 3, 47 Financial Committee
2, 3, 47 Zoology Club 27 Board of
Control 47 Annual Staff 3.
GRUNDMAN, DOROTHY IEAN
S.A.7 A.Y.L.7 Rhythm Club l, 2,
3, 4, pres. 37 Nat'l I-Ionory Soc. 47
Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 47 Biology Club
2, 37 Clean-Up Comm. 2, 37 Promo-
tion Comm. 2, 37 Dramatic Club 2, 37
Glee Club 3, 4.
.7Ae 1942 gmpe i
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Biology Club 3, 4:
li.Ii.S.G. 4: Olee Club I, pres.
flirtxriclil: Bottiny Club 2: Pan-Ameri-
can Club 2, 3, 4: V.E.S.B. 4.
SA.: A.Y.L..: Flounders, vicespres.:
Promotion Comm. 2, 3: Clean-Up
Cornni. 2, 3: Div. Rin. Officer l, 2, 4:
Fronrli Club 2, 3: Tau Epsilon 4:
Student Court 4.
S.A.: Photo Club I: Zoology Club
2: Swimming team 2.
Clissold Wilson Ir,
SA.: A.Y.L.: Student Court 2,
SA.: A.Y.L.: 'l't.Ju Epsilon 4: Floun-
SA.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3.
4: Nat'l Honor Soc, 4: Annual Staff
2, 3, 4, Co-ed.-in-chief 4: Executive
Comm. 4: Board of Control 4: ASA
sornialy Connn. 3, 4, pres. 4: French
Club 2, 3, 4, dramatic ch. 3: Ouill
ttnrl Scroll 4.
S.A.:A.Y.L.: Annual Staff 4, bus.
mar. 4: Zoology Club 2, 3, 4, pres. 4:
Safety Council 3, 4, ch. 3: Ernpehi
News 4: Ouill and Scroll 4: Curtain
Club 2, 3, 4, treas. 2, vice-pres. 4:
Botird of Control 3, 4: I-I.R.S.G. 3, 4
Lincoln Memorial lNilson Ir.
S.A.: Intramural Sports I, 3, 4:
Div, Rm. Officer 4.
SA.: A.Y.L.: Biology Club 2.
SA.: A.Y.L.: Student Court 3.
SA.: A.Y.L.: Basketball team 2,
3, 4: Student Court 3, 4, inspector 4:
Div. Rm, Officer 2, 3, 4: Safety Coun-
cil 4: Empehi News 3, 4: Annual Staff
4: Student Council 2, 3, 4: Swimming
S.A.: A.Y.L.: French Club 3: Clean-
Up Comm. 3, 4: Promotion Comm. 3.
4: Empehi News 3, 4: Zoology Club
2, 3, 4: Div. Rm. Officer I, 2, 4:
Student Council 2, 4: Rhythm Club 3.
SA.: A.Y.L.: Flounders: Ouilpen
2, 3: Latin Club 2, 3: Pan-American
Club 3, 4: Tau Epsilon 2, 3: Div. Rm.
S.A.: A.Y.I...: Clean-Up Comm 3, 4:
Promotion Comm. 4: Zoology Club 4:
Class Officer 2: Rhythm Club 3.
Evanston Nursing School
S.A.: R.O.T.C.: Band 3: Clean-Up
Committee 3: Protective Patrol 3, 4:
Student Court 3, 4.
Vanderpoel Oklahoma University
S.A.: Pan-American Club 2, 3, 4,
ire-as. 4: Intramural Sports 4: Basket-
ball team 2: Div. Rm. Officer 3.
Hookway Moody Bible Institute
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Clean-Up Comm 3:
Reading Club 1: Div. Rm. Officer 2:
Zoology Club 2.
Sutherland Michigan U.
HU NTINGTON, ANN
S.A.: Student Court 4, chief justice
4: Board of Control 4, treas. 4: Ex-
ecutive Comm, 4: Assembly Comm.
3, 4: Zoology Club 3, 4, 2nd vice-
pres. 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Tau
Epsilon 4: Promotion Comm. 3, 4:
Empehi News 3, 4.
Academy of Our Lady Chicago
IOHNS, FRANK H. II
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Orchestra 2, 3, 4:
Board of Control 2: Biology Club 2, 3:
Bicycle Guard 2, 3.
Wendell Phillips Illinois
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Div. Rm. Qfficer l,
2, 3, 4: Golf team 3, 4: Baseball
team 3, 4: Basketball team 3: In-
tramural Sports l, 2, 3, 4: N.C.O.
JOHNSON, IOHN R.
S.A.: Div. Rm. Officer 2: Stage
S.A.: A.Y.I..: Glee Club l: Biology
Club 2, 3: Latin Club 2: Quilpen 2, 3:
Quill and Scroll 3, 4: Div. Rm. Offi-
cer 4: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4: Nat'l
Honor Soc. 4.
S.A.: Sigma 3, 4: Commercial Club
Barnard Ill. Institute
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Pan-American l, 2:
Zoology Club 4: Concert Band I, 2,
3: lazz Band 4: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3,
4: Nat'l Honor Soc. 4: Wrestling team
3, 4: Marching Band 2, 3.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Clean-Up Committee
2, 3: Promotion Committee I, 2, 3.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Biology Club 3, 4:
French Club 3, 4: Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4:
Quilpen 4: Nat'l Honor Soc. 4: Div.
Rm. Officer 4.
Mt. Vernon Vassar
S.A.: Associate Ed. Empehi News
4: Sports Ed. 4: Zoology Club 2, 3,
Pres. 3, Vice Pres. 4: Quill and Scroll
2, 3, Treasurer 4: Latin Club 2, 3, 4,
Vice Pres. 3, Treasurer 4: Tau Epsi-
son l, 2, 3, 4: Board of Control 3:
Student Council 2: R.Q.T.C. Publicity
.c7Ae f glmlae L
SA., A.Y.L,, Fletidiiitg Club I, A
ff-iminllfi 2, Promotion Comm. 2,
Vif-nwli Club 2, 4, Etisliions ot ili-'J
Il-mi 2, fl, 4, 'Inu Epsilon l, 3, 4,
V.l..S.H. 4, Biwlotiy Club 4.
li NIPPER, NELLAINL
LRA., A.Y.L., Natl Honor Sow. 4:
llltlll Epsilon 2, li, 4, Queen Rollers fi
fl, me-s. 4: Pin-Ameriwin Club 2, Q?
lfmlwlmirn Club fl, 4, Div. Flin. Oftifnx
ffl, fl, liotrrrl ni Control 4, Give Club 1.
l-IVf'l'.II'VI'll Pfrrl-1 Fox
SA., A.Y.l.., ll.ll.S.G. 3, 4, Sig'
S.A., Swimming twrrn 2, 3, Em-
blem Club 4.
For nwofl U rialevidetl
SA., A.Y.L., Fashions al tlie Hour
2, 3, 4, Vive-pres. 3, ll.R.S.G. 37
Business St-ill 3, Curtain Club 3, Div.
Rm. Olfit-er 2, Fluunclors, S.B.I. 4.
Zion Ev. Lutlinrtrn Millikin
SA., A.Y.L., lnlraniural Baseball
l, 2, 3, 4, Intramural Volleyball 2,
3, 4, Intramural Basketball 7, 3, 4-
C'lean-Up Comm. 3, Basketball fl:
li. Band l, 2, Prolectlve Patrol fl,
Buairiners' Band l.
St. Barnabas Uric,ler.'idetl
SA., A.Y.L., Glee Club ll.
SA., Cliemasters 4, pres. 4:
ll,ll.S.C. ll, 4, tietrs. 4, Zooloqy Club
7, ll, scary. 3, Tau Epsilon 4, French
Clnlr 2, 3, vice-pres. 3, BOf1l'fi ol Con
tml 4, Sluclent Counvil fl.
S.A., A.Y.l.., Ntrr'l Hanoi Soni 4,
Elounders, Tau Epsilon l, 2, ll, 4,
Pan-American Club 2, 3, Fasliioris
ut llie I-lour 2, Div. Rm. Oil. l, 2, 3, 4.
S.A., A.Y.L., Social Comm. l,
llc-txaiiriq Club l, Glee Club 2, Pio-
motion Comm. 2, 3: Clean-Up Comm.
CJ, fl, 4, Zooloqy Club 2, 3, 4.
Evanston Nursinfg Scliool
SA., Swimming team l, 2, 13, 4,
Ilziseball 2, fl,
lim. Oil. Z, fl,
Club 3, 4, Intramural
Volleyball 2, 3, Div.
Student Council 2.
Fnrinvod Amer, Airrratt lust.
SA., A.Y.I.., Fasliions of tlie lluur
ll, Dnrriitrtiv Club lp Glee Club l.
Little Co. at Mary llasti.
SA., A.Y.L., Curtain Club 4, Div.
Rin. Oil. 3.
SA., A.Y.L., Draiiialic: Club l,
Cvlee Club 2, ll.
Mt. Greenwood Undecided
S.A,: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4: Nat'l
Honor Soc. 4, pres. 4: Officers Club
4: N.C.O. Club 3: Zoology Club Z:
Class Officer I: Board of Control 4:
Div. Rm. Officer 3.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Stage Crew 3, 4,
technician 4: Camera Club l: Div.
Rm. Officer l, 2: Protective Patrol 3.
S.A.: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4: Latin
Club 2: French Club 4: Rhythm Club
4: Curtain Club l: Nat'l Honor Soc.
4: Officers' Club 3, 4.
S.A., lst vice-pres. fBranchJ: Class
Officer 2, 3: Basketball 2, 3, 4: Boys'
Emblem Club 3, 4: Clean-Up Comm,
3, ch. 3: Board of Control 1, 3: Tau
Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4: Div. Rm. Officer
I, 2, 3, 4.
SA.: A.Y.L.: S.B.l. 4.
SIIOOO Wilson Ir.
MAN YPEN NY
MacKENZIE, ELEA NOR
S.A.: Dramatic Club 1: Biology
Club 3, 4: Zoology Club 3: A Cop-
pella 3: V.E.S.B. 3, 4: Girls' Emblem
Club 3, 4, pres. 4: Board of Control
4: Tau Epsilon 4: Pan-American
Clissold Wilson Ir.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Clean-Up Comm. 3, 4.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Student Court 4:
N.C.O. Club 2: Salesmariship Club Z:
Div. Rm. Officer 3.
St. Kilian Wilson Ir.
SA.: A.Y.L.: Div. Rm. Officer 3,
4: Tau Epsilon l.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Salesmanship Club
3. 4: S.B.I. 4.
S,A.: A.Y.L.: Usher force I, 4:
Fire Guard 4: Protective Patrol 3, 4:
Officers' Club 3: Photo Staff l, 2:
Swimming team 2.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: A Cappella 3, 4:
Empehi News 3, 4, sports ed. 4:
Ouill and Scroll 3, 4, viceApres. 4:
Tau Epsilon I, 2, 4: Pan-American
Club 2, 3, 4, pres. 4: Board of Con-
trol 4: H.R.S.G. 3, 4, vice-pres. 4:
Biology Club 3, 4, vice-pres. 3.
Ft. Dearborn Chicago
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Clean-Up Comm. 2:
Promotion Comm. 4: Business Staff
I, 2: Annual Staff 2: Student Court
4: Flounders: Zoology Club 2.
S.A,: Glee Club 1, 2. 3, 4, pres. 4:
Equestrian Club l, 3, 4, vice-pres. 3:
A Cappella l, 2, 3: Latin Club Z, 3:
Class Officer 3: Ouilpen 2, 3: Stu-
dent Court 3, 4, judge 4: Board of
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Fashions of the Hour
2: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4: Flounders:
Pan-American Club 2, 3: Nat'l Honor
Soc. 4: Div. Rm. Officer l, 2, 3, 4.
.We 711,98 l
S.A.: A,Y,I,., secy. 4: H.R.S.G. 3,
4, pies. 4: French Club 2, 3: Clean-
Up Comm. l, 2, 3, 4, treas. 4: Board
oi Control 4: Student Council 3: An-
nual Staff 2: Business Staff 2: Em-
pelii News 3.
Mf:CI.URE, COR NELIUS
S.A.: A.Y,L.: Wrestling team l, 2,
3: Baseball team 4: Emblem Club
l, 2: Football team 2: Intramural
Sports I, 2, 3, 4: Protective Patrol4.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Flounders: H.R.S.G. 2,
3, 4, secy. 3: Fashions of the Hour 2:
Commercial Club 2, 3: Sigma 4: Div.
Rm. Officer 3: Zoology Club 4.
St, Barnabas Stephens
S.A.: A.Y.I..: Rhythm Club 2, 3, 4:
Biology Club 2, 3: l'I,R,S.G, 4.
Wilmette Iowa State
S.A.: Tau Epsilon 4: Zoology
Academy of Our Lady
U. of S. Calif.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Promotion Comm. 3:
Student Court 4: Clean-Up Comm. 3:
Fashions of the l-Iour 3: S.B.I. 3.
S.A.: Orchestra 3, 4, treas. 3, pres.
4: Zoology Club 2, 3, 4: Curtain
Club 3, 4: Basketball l, 2, 3, 4, mgr.
3: Tau Epsilon l, Z, 3, 4, vice-pres. 4,
MEYER, MARY IANE
S.A.: French Club 3, 4: Student
Court 3: I-I.R.S.G. 3: Botany Club 3:
Zoology Club 3: Promotion Comm. 3.
Academy of Our Lady Undecided
S.A.: A.Y,L.: Div. Rm. Officer l:
Commercial Club 2: Wrestling team
l: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4: Salesman-
ship Club 4: S.B.I. 3: Board of Con-
Zion Lutheran Bryant or Stratton
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Football team l, 2, 3,
4: Student Court 3, 4: S.B.I. 3, 4,
chairman 4: Wrestling team 2, 3, 4:
Div. Rm. Officer l, 2, 3, 4: Emblem
Club 4: Intramural Sports 3 4: Pro-
tective Patrol 'Z: Student Council I,
il, 3, 4.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: French Club 2, 3:
Clean-Up Comm. 3, 4: Promotion
Comm. 1, 2: Tau Epsilon 2, 3:
Zoology Club 4.
S.A.: A.Y.I..: N.C.O. Club 2: Stu-
dent Court 2: Promotion Comm. 3:
Div. Rm. Officer l, 3.
SA.: A.Y.I..: Tau Epsilon I, 2, 3,
4: Student Court I: Ouilpen 3, 4,
secy. 3: Biology Club 2, 3, 4: Nat'l
Honor Soc, 4, secy. 4: I'I.R.S.G. 4:
Girls' Emblem Club 4.
Mt. Greenwood Colorado
S.A.: Basketball 2, 3, 4, capt. 3, 4:
Baseball team 2, 3, 4: Emblem Club
3. 4: Div. Rm. Officer 2, 4: Intra-
mural Sports l, 2, 3, 4: Sports Club
l: Iazz Band 4: Protective Patrol 4.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Dramatic Club I:
Commercial Club 2: Oueen Rollers
3, 4: Fashions of the I-Iour 4: Sales-
manship Club 3, 4: Div. Rm. Offi-
Mt. Greenwood Undecided
PERKINS - '
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Concert Band l, 2,
3, 4, pres. 4: I-I.R.S.G. 3, 4: Ouilpen
3, 4: Tau Epsilon 4: Annual Staff 4:
Intermediate Concert Orch. 3, vice-
pres. 3: Biology Club 2, 3.
S.A.: Basketball team l, 2, 3, 4:
Baseball team l, 2, 3, 4: Intramural
Sports l, 2, 3, 4: Div. Rm. Officer l.
2, 3, 4: Emblem Club 3, 4, vice-pres.
4: Proctective Patrol 3, 4: Flounders.
Vanderpoel Wilson Ir.
S.A.: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, secy,
3: Nat'l Honor Soc. 4, treas. 4: Pan-
American Club l, 2, 3, secy. 3, pres.
2: Officers' Club 3, 4, pres. 3, secy 4:
R.O.T.C. Staff 3: Div. Rm. Officer l,
2, 3: 4A Class Pres.: Executive
Comm. 4: Tennis team 3, 4.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Oueen Rollers 4:
Fashions of the Hour 3, 4: Commer-
cial Club 3: Flounders.
S.A., secy. fBranchD: A.Y.L.: Read-
ing Club l: Zoology Club 3, 4:
French Club 3: Promotion Comm. 2:
Clean-Up Comm. 2, 3, 4: Empehi
News 3, 4.
Shoop Virginia State
S.A.: Tau Epsilon l: Div, Rm. Offi-
cer 2: Flounders.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Zoology Club 3:
Chemasters 4: Camera Club l: Track
team 2: Intramural Track 2, 3.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Basketball team 2,
3: Sports Club l: Camera Club l:
Intramural Basketball 2, 3.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Flounders: Zoology
Club 2: Usher force 2: Concert Band
2: Student Court 3: Bowling team 4.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Div. Rm. Officer 2, 3,
4: Empehi News 3: Glee Club 3:
French Club 4: Oueen Rollers 3, 4:
Dramatic Club l.
St. Caietan Fox
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Girls' Emblem Club
3, 4, sec'y 4, treas. 4: Sigma 2, 3, 4:
Salesmanship Club 3, 4, vice-pres. 3,
pres. 4: Nat'l Honor Soc. 4: Tau
Epsilon 2 3, 4: Board of Control 4:
Fashions of the Hour 2.
Mt. Vernon Fox
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Latin Club 3, 4: Poster
Comm. 4: Ouilpen 2, 3: Empehi News
3: Tau Epsilon 1, 2.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Ouilpen 2, 3, 4: Pan-
American Club 3: Tau Epsilon 2, 3,
4: Div. Rm. Officer 2: Glee Club 3.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Basketball Team 2,
3, 4: Baseball Team 4: Intramural
Sports I, 2, 3, 4: Student Council 3:
Div. Rm. Officer 2, 3, 4: Boys' Em-
blem Club 3, 4: Flounders: Protec-
tive Patrol 3, 4.
74. 1942 gmpe .
PRATT, IEA N
S.A.: A.Y.L.: V.E.S.B. 4: l'l.R.S.G. 4:
G-lee Club l, pres. tBranchl: Botany
Club 2: Pnn'Amerivon Club 3, 4:
Biology Club 3, 4.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Glee Club 2, 3, 4:
Biology Club 2, 3: S.B.l. 3: A Cap
pella 2, 3: Orchestro 4: Pan-Amer
icon Club 2, 3: Div. Rm. Officer 3, 4.
Barnard Michigon State
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Executive Comm. 4:
Promotion Comm, 2, 4, Ch. 4: Pane
Arnericon Club 3, 4, treas. 4: H.R.
SC, 2 ,3, 4, vicefpres. 3: Annual
Staff 4, Art Ed. 4: Tnu Eosilon l, 2, 3:
Intrumurol Sports 2, 3, 4: Officers
Club 4, treas. 4.
Ft. Dearborn Corleton
S.A,: A.Y.L.: Student Court 2:
SA.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3:
Oueen Rollers 3, 4: Div. Rm. Officer
St. Margaret Fox
Kokomo, Ind. Eorlham
S.A.: Oueen Rollers 3.
Starrett Wilson, lr.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsilon 2, 3:
Stage Crew 2, 3, 4, Mgr. 4: Officers
Club 4: N.C.O. Club 3, sec'y 3:
Rifle Teom 4, Copt. 4: A Cappella 3:
Board oi Control 4: Safety Council 4.
S.A.: A.Y,L.: Salesmanship Club
4: lr. Band l, 2, 3, 4.
Lewis Champlin M.P.I.C.
S,A.: Solesmcmship Club 2: Wres-
tling Team 1, 2: Football Teom 1.
Zion Lutheran Michigan
SA.: H.R.S.G. 2: Ouilpen 2, 3, 4:
Empehi News 3, 4.
lo Keith Modeling School
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsilon 1, 2:
Div. Rm. Officer 2, 3, 4: N.C.O. Club
3: Officers Club 4.
Arbor Park Illinois
S.A.: Rhythm Club 4: lazz Band 4:
Poster Comm. 4: Assembly Comm. 4:
Promotion Comm. 4: Empehi News 4:
Curtain Club 4.
SA.: A.Y.L.: Usher Force 2, 3, 4:
N.C.O. Club 3, 4: V.E.S.B. 3, 4:
Officers Club 4: Swimming Team 4:
Protective Patrol 3, 4: Annual Stuff 4.
S.A., A.Y.L., Flounders, Quilpen
3, 4, Rhythm Club 4, Chemasters 4,
Curtain 4: Zoology Club 4, Tau Epsi-
lon 2, 4, Promotion Comm. 4.
St. Barnabas Stephens
S.A., A.Y.L., Annual Staff 2, Zool-
ogy Club 4: H.R.S.G. 3.
S.A., A.Y.L., Student Court 2, 3,
4, Dramatic Club I, Salesmanship
Club 3, 4, Queen Rollers 3, 4, Glee
Club I, Peppers 2.
Mt. Greenwood Colorado
S.A., Empehi News 3, 4, 3rd Page
Ed. 4, Ed.-in-Chief 4, Biology Club
3, 4, vice-pres. 3, pres. 4, Botany
Club 3, sec'y 3, Latin Club 2, 3,
Aedile 3, Board of Control 4, Execu-
tive Comm. 4, Tau Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4,
Nat'l Honor Soc. 4, Quill and Scroll
3, 4, treas. 4.
S.A., A.Y.L., Promotion Comm. l,
3, Student Court 4, Clean-Up Comm.
3, Zoology Club 3, 4, Empehi News
3, Business Stall 3.
SA.: A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 4,
Siqma 3, 4, Cheerleaders 3, 4, Floun-
ders, Zoology Club 2, 3, Div. Rm.
Officer l, 2, 3, 4.
St. Margaret Duke
S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon 3, 4,
French Club 4, Annual Staff 4.
S.A., A.Y.L., Flounders, Peppers
3, 4, Drum Majorette l, 2, 3, 4, Com-
mercial Club 3, Concert Band l, 2,
S.A., A.Y.L., Curtain Club l, Stu-
dent Court 3, 4, Salesmanship Club
3, 4, Queen Rollers 3, vice-pres. 4,
Div. Rm. OIIicert2, Peppers 2, Glee
Mt. Greenwood Washington
S.A., Chemasters 4, Photo Club l:
Zoology Club 2, 3.
S.A., A.Y.L., Flounders, Quilpen
3, Queen Rollers 3, 4, S.B.I. 4.
S.A., A.Y.L., Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3,
4, Nat'l Honor Soc. 4, Cheerleaders
3, 4, Capt, 4, Quilpen l, 2, 3, 4:
I-l.R.S.G. l, 2, 3, Sigma 3, 4, Floun-
ders l, Rhythm Club 2, 3.
S.A., A.Y.L., Basketball Team l, 2,
3, 4, Capt. 4, Boys' Emblem Club
3, 4, Intramural Basketball l, 2, 3, 4:
Intramural Volleyball 3, 4, Student
Court 4, Div. Rm. Officer 3, Student
Council 3, Baseball 3, 4.
S.A., A. Y. L., Flounders, V.E.
.QYAQ 1942 cf'm,ae ,
S.A., Concert Band l, 2, 3, 4,
vice-pres. 4, Concert Orchestra l, 2,
3, 4, Tau 'Epsilon l, 2, 3, 4, sec'y 4:
Zoology Club 2, 3, 4, sec'y 4, pres.
4, Pon-American Club 2, 3, 4, lst
and 2nd vice-pres. 4, Quill and Scroll
4, Empelii News 3, 4, Promotion
Comm. 4, Ouilpen 2, 3, 4.
S.A,, A,Y.I.., Emoehi News 3, Biole
ogy Club 2, 3, 4, Zoology Club Z, 3,
4, Camera Club l, Girls' Emblem
Club 3, 4, Cliemasters 4, V.E.S.B. 3,
Reading Club l.
S.A., A.Y.L., Erencli Club 2, 3, 4,
sway 3, pres. 4, Biology Club 2, 3,
4, treas. 3, Board of Control 4, Ouill
and Scroll 3, 4, Ouiloen 3, 4, Nat'l
llonor Soc. 4, Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4,
Div. Rm. Officer 4.
Mt. Greenwood King's College
SA., A.Y.I.., pres. 4, Zoology Club
2, 3, vivo-pres. 3, Student Court 2, 3,
4, Judge 4, Promotion Comm. l, 2,
3, 4, Clean-Up Comm. l, 2, 3, Cli. l:
l.frtin Club 3, 4, Board of Control 4,
H.R.S.G, 3, 4, Assembly Comm. 4.
S.A., A.Y.I.., Flounders, Tau Epsi-
lon l, 2, 3, 4, Div. Rm. Officer 3, 4.
S.A., A.Y.I.., Commercial Club I,
2, sec'y 2, Tau Epsilon 4, Div. Rm.
Mt. Vernon M.P.I.C.
S.A., A.Y.L., Zoology Club 2, 3,
Latin Club 2, 3, 4, Stage Crew 3, 4,
Rowling Team 3, 4, Debating Club 3,
Flounders, Chemasters 4.
Vanderpoel Ill. Institute of Tech,
S.A., A,Y.L., Glee Club 4: S.B.I. 3:
S.A.: A.Y.I.., I-I.R.S.G. 2, 3, 4,
sec'y 4, Pan-American Club 2, 3, 4,
vicefpres., sec'y 4, Ouilpen l, 2,
Elounders, Tau Epsilon I, 2, 3, 4,
Zoology Club 4.
St. Lukes Nursing Scliool
SA., Vlfrestling Team l, 2, 3,
Swimming Team l, 2, Curtain Club
3, 4, treas. 3, pres 4, Assembly
Comm. 2, 3, 4, Board oi Control 3, 4,
Zoology Club 2, 3, 4, pres. 3: Pro-
motion Comm. 2 3, 4, I-I.R.S.G. 2, 3, 4,
A Cappella 2, 3, 4.
Barnard Academy of Fine Arts
SA., A.Y.L,, Student Court 4, N.C.
O. Club 3, Div. Rm. Officer 3, Clean-
Up Comm. 3, Poster Comm. I, 2, Pro-
tective Patrol 2, 3.
S.A., A.Y.L., Clean-Up Comm. 3,
4, Zoology Club 4, Promotion Comm.
VAN KEULEN, CORNELIUS
S.A., A.Y.I..., Football Team 2, 3,
4, Basketball Team I, Emblem Club
SA., A.Y.L., Cbemasters 4, V.E.
SB. 4, N.C.O. Club 4, Tau Epsilon 2,
Elounders l, Zoology Club 3.
S.A,: A.Y,I.., French Club 2, Glee
S.A.: Zoology Club 3, 4: Reading
Club 3, pres. l: Promotion Comm. l:
Financial Comm. 3, 4: Student Court
2, 3: Pan-American Club 3: Poster
Comm. 2, 3: Latin Club 2: Fashions
of the Hour 2, 3.
WELLS, DORIS ROBERTA
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsilon l, 2, 3:
Pan-American Club 2, 3, 4, vice-
pres. 3, pres. 4: Quill and Scroll 3, 4:
Zoology Club 3: Ouilpen 2, 3, 4:
Board of Control 4: Empehi News 3,
4, lst page Ed. 4: A Cappella 3.
Tinley Park Undecided
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Baseball team l, 2,
3: Basketball team l, 2, 3, 4: Sales-
manship Club 2: Div. Rm. Officer 3,
4: Clean-Up Comm. 3.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Football team l, 2,
3, 4: Wrestling team l, 3: Emblem
St. Benedict Undecided
WERNER, LOIS A
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Div. Rm. Officer lc
Glee Club 3, 4: Curtain Club l:
Salesmanship Club 3, 4, treas. 4:
Tau Epsilon 4: Empehi News 4:
Business Staff 3, 4.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Div. Rm. Officer 3.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsilon 3, 4: Em-
blem Club 3, 4: Rhythm Club 3, 4.
Valparaiso, Ind. Undecided
No. Dakota St. Luke's Nursing
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Glee Club 2: A Cap-
pella 3: Student Court 3.
Mt. Vernon Undecided
S.A.: A,Y.L.: Flounders: Bicycle
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Zoology Club 4:
French Club 3: Girls' Emblem Club 4,
Van Vlessenger Undecided
SA.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsilon 3, 4:
Div. Rm. Officer 4: Nat'l Honor Soc. 4.
Mt. Vernon Fox
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Tau Epsilon 2, 3, 4.
St. Christopher Wisconsin
Evergreen Park F.S.C.W.
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Biology Club 4:
Queen Rollers 3, 4: Glee Club 3:
Empelii News 3.
St. Cajatan Fox
S.A.: A.Y.L.: Flounders.
.Q7Ae 1942 gmpe L
Most Populor Girl
Most Populcrr Boy
Best Loolcinq Girl .
Best Loolciiiq Boy
Best Dressed Girl
Best Dressed Boy
Girl with Best Line
Boy with Best Line
Best Girl Doricer
Best Boy Doricer
Most Stuclious Girl
Most Studious Boy
Most Boshful Girl
lVIost Boshiul Boy
Most Athletic Girl
Most Athletic Boy
Girl with Best Sense ol Humor. ,
Boy with Best Serise of Humor
Most Diqriiliecl Girl
lVlost Diqhitied Boy
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so BRO HERROD
, PHIL HARPER
, , NEWT EDDY
I IVIYRON ADLER
, RALPH OLSON
,, HELEN DILLMAN
, IIIVI LOVE
, , , BILL BLISS
PART TWO. . . SPCDRTS
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ROW 1: Lolgren, Karlco, Fitch, Cornwall, Pringle, Fryer, Mitchell, I, Copeland, Brown, Bliss, Kellum, Cioni. ROW P:
McBride, Woeihide Buckley, Cotton, Chrrstmon, Ballantine, Chapel, lnaham, Shemaites, Schuba, Putz, Blcitchiozd,
ltflaillioit, Tubbs. ROW 3: Muyller, lones, Tatro. l:'ari'mf'tlon, Schrwdt, Harris, Kecldie, B. Copeland, Hordet, Dubucli,
lclinsori, Venske, Shemaites, Huber, Remkus, Bushnell. ROW 4: Coach Antomdes, Fryer, Davies, Clinton, Douglas,
Nichols, Street, Lamb, Kasper, Krrwin, Delano, Ionelis. ROW 5: Brown, Quebbman, Iacobiet, Sealandcr, Ressler,
Love, McCarthy, Pontius, Fairbanks, Beukema, Daslier, Wainwright.
HWaLing lofgaf .Mdfor M
l-laving lost l5 lettermen from last year's
squad, the Mustang grid machine found
the going a bit tough, winning only two
games, losing tour and tying two.
The hard charging linemen and the
tleet looted backiield stars all gave a
very creditable account oi themselves
lrom the starting eleven to the last ree
The two ends, Captain Dick Fryer,
and Bob Pringle, voted the team's most
valuable player, are long to be rememe
bered at Empehi tor their outstanding
work on the gridiron.
Along with them are Bob Kellum and
Bill Bliss, whose spirit and loyalty
proved a great help to the squad. They
held down the tackle positions aided
greatly by Clill Kecldie and lack
McBride. Taking care ot the guards
were Charles Fitch and Lawrence "lee"
Copeland, "loe" being chosen as tirst
string guard in the South section. The
center ot the line was very ably handled
by Ed Karko, one ci the best linemen in
The hard plunging ol Bruce Chapel
will always be remembered as will the
running and passing oi Fred Ballantine.
The assistance ol Bd Cornwall, Paul
Brown, and Phil Mitchell also proved
invaluable. Besides these there are
Bay Iones, George Muyller, Bert
Schmidt, Angus Cotton and Don
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ln spite of the loss of 15 players from
the previous year Morgan Park's grid-
ders finished in a fifth place tie. Al-
though their record isn't the best, the
discovery of a number of outstanding
stars such as George Muyller, Clift
Keddie, and Bert Schmidt make the
prospects for next year look very bright.
Due to the entrance of South Shore into
the league there were no pre-season
practice games scheduled.
ln their initial game the Mustangs met
l-larper under the mazdas. Both teams
were unable to score for three and a
half quarters until Bert Schmidt blocked
ri punt and ran 35 yards after picking
up the loose ball for the only score of
the game. Outstanding play by Cliff
Keddie and Dick Fryer was a large fac-
tor in the victory for Morgan Park.
Calumet fell before the Mustangs in
the second game, also played under the
lights, by a score of l4-6. Again Bert
Schmidt paved the way to victory, first
on a 72-yard jaunt which featured
some beautiful down-field blocking by
Charles Fitch, Fred Ballantine and "loe"
Copeland and later on an 88-yard run
back of an intercepted pass.
Entering the Fenger game undefeated
the Empehi eleven played hard for
sixty minutes but couldn't hold the fast
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charging Titans, losing 32-O. Bruce
Chape-l's deceptive running kept the
Fengerites always on the alert as did
Fred Ballantine's passing.
Following their defeat at the hands of
Fenger the Mustangs met Bowen. After
leading 6-0 for three quarters the Mus-
tangs tired and were unable to hold the
Boilermakers who pushed across two
touchdowns late in the last period, win-
ning l2-6. Empehi's only touchdown
came as a result of George Muyller's
304yard pass to Dick Fryer. Copeland
and Karko both helped keep the Mus-
tangs in thelgame with their fine de-
Opposing Hyde Park next the Mus-
tangs were still unable to come out of
their slump. Frequent fumbling in the
14 Calumet ,..... ..
0 Fenger ....
6 Bowen ,,.......
7 Hyde Park .,......
7 Hirsch ....
O South Shore
ROW l: Coinwuill, Putz, Tubbs, Cotton, Cionr. ROW
lim--.:, llviwkli-y, K-rdrlte, Schmidt, lriqliwrn.
backfield proved fatal as Hyde Park
took advantage of all the breaks to
build up a safe twenty point lead. Scor-
ing in the last period on a pass from
Ballantine to Farrington the Mustangs
averted a shutout in losing 20-7.
Playing on a rain swept gridiron,
Morgan Park and Parker battled to a
PS-G tie in the sixth game of the year.
M. P. tallied in the fourth quarter, hav-
ing trailed 6-U. Ray lones plunged one
yard for the score.
l-lirsch handed the Mustangs their
2: Lotgreu, Cluzstriian, Schubfr, Pairirigtori, Muyllei. ROW 3:
fourth defeat, l4-7. A one yard plunge
by Paul Brown in the last period ac-
counted for Empehi's score.
The last league contest was with
South Shore and ended in a scoreless
tie. The game was played in a blind-
ing snow storm which greatly hampered
the offensive strength of both teams.
M. P. held all the advantages in the
statistics but just couldn't score. ln a
post-season game with Pullman Tech
the Mustangs played to a 6-6 deadlock.
An unusually large number of thirteen
boys and girls comprised this year's
cheerleading squad. Un der Edith
Smith's captainship Shirley Shevlin,
Alzora Lawson, Rosemary Feeney,
Mary Io Driscoll, Marilyn Karstrand,
Edyth Nagler, Ion Engstrom, Myron
Adler, Charles Schuba, Bill Kramer,
Charles Blaney, Gene Hoff, Gene Smith
faithfully led the cheers which served
to help build up and maintain Morgan
Park's fine spirit of fair play and sports-
manship. Besides being present at all
the football games they appeared at All
Sports Night and last fall's pep assem-
blies. Miss Helen O'Rourke served as
sponsor for the group.
Under one of the city's finest coaching
departments Morgan Park's athletic
squads kept alive the traditional show-
ing of great teams. With Coach Robert
Antonides the football and wrestling
teams kept up the good work as of past
years. Coach McGregor's basketball
teams fared well, especially the seniors.
The baseball team too was under
Coach McGregor's mentorship.
The swimming team was directed by
two coaches, Coach Walter Durkin hav-
ing enlisted in the Navy in mid-season.
Mr. Maurice Frooman replaced him in
that department as well as coach of the
tennis, track and golf teams too.
ROW 1: Blaney, Adler
Hoff, Schuba, Kramer
Engstrom, Smith. ROW 2
Feeney, Shevlin, Driscoll,
Miss O'Rourke, Karstrand,
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Led by Irv Ward who made the All City
basketball team of one of the metro-
politan papers Morgan Park's senior
and junior basketball teams presented
some of the tinest players in the city.
Alter the graduation ot Ward the seniors
built their attack around "Bud" Smith
the team's top scorer with 98 points.
Cyril "Tick" Nierman considered as one
ot the best ball handlers in the section
was second only to Smith in scoring.
Tom Rupp although not a consistent
point maker came through when it
counted most. lim Love and Don White
though they were not always ringinq
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up points were two of the team's ace
defensive players. Other members who
contributed to the team's strength were
Bro Herrod, George LaBochelle, Bob
Wall and Bill lrwin.
The juniors were led by scrappy Bob
Nagel who totaled 60 points tor the
season. Al Anderson was the team's
top point getter garnering 66. Sol Mor-
gan, Bob Powers and loe Crow all
played great ball in the face ot seven
defeats. Also aiding the above men-
tioned were Gene Beesley, Ted Bush-
nell, Bob Hale, Pete Ruhl, Bob Smith
and Roscoe Ward.
Under the captainship of Royal "Bud"
Smith the Morgan Park Mustang heav-
ies battled their way to the quarter finals
of the city playoffs before being elimi-
nated. They finished the season in a
fourth place tie, winning five games and
Cpposing Du Sable in the first round
playoff game the Mustangs scored one
of the season's biggest upsets by de-
feating the highly touted colored quin-
tet, 26-25. In the quarter-final contest
Kelly edged out the Mustangs 38-33.
Opening the season at Parker the
seniors, led by lrv Ward, who tallied
22 points on 10 baskets and two free
throws, whipped the "colonels" 44-37.
Against Englewood the Mustangs
built up an early lead which carried
them to victory by a 37-34 score.
44 Parker .t..,,,.
26 Fe-tiger .,......
35 HirsCh ....,..,
41 Bowen ,,,,,,..
47 South Shore
29 Calumet ...,..
45 Harper .,......
42 Hyde Park ..
25 Parker ,,,,,...
14 Fenger .,,,,,..
18 Hirsch .,,,,,,,
31 Bowen ....,.,.
32 South Shore
32 Calumet ,,.,..
34 Harper ......,.
30 Hyde Park ,.
Kari Leda! .iam
l'ailure to take rebounds played a
large part in the Mustangs' first loss of
the year as Fengers Titans walloped
them in the third game, 47-26.
Hirsch fell before the heavies in the
next game, 35-34 with lrv Ward swish-
ing the hoop for l8 points.
Drawing Bowen as their All Sports
Night opponent M. Pfs heavyweights
overwhelmed the Boilermakers, 4l-28.
Following rnid-year graduation the
Mustangs met South Shore where they
dropped a tough one, 5l-47. "Bud" Smith
led the scoring for Morgan Park with l2
One of the worst defeats in the his-
tory of the school was dealt the heavies
hy Calumetks indians as they handed
the green and white quintet their fourth
loss, 64-29. Harper added another de-
feat on the seniors whipping them 55-45.
"Tick" Nierrrtan with fourteen points led
the Mustangs in scoring.
ROW l: Huy t, Itttt rntfrn, Smith, Lovt Whitt. ROVV lf:
ltr-rkowskt, Gill, Berry, liutton, Tozcrr, Hannernczrr
Nlttwurrri, ROW 3: Hfrrrvd, ltrtlftr, Irwin, Lrrl-toclielle,
A stirring 42-32 upset of Hyde Park
sent the Mustangs into the playoffs.
Smiths fourteen and Nierman's twelve
points were the major factors in M.P.'s
The lightweights meanwhile suffered
a rather mediocre season winning two
games and losing seven.
They dropped their first game to the
south section champs from Parker, 48-25.
They scored a victory against Engle-
wood in their next game whipping them
32-27. Alcock and Morgan shared scor-
ing honors with eight points apiece. The
ponies dropped their next four games
losing to Fenger, 20-145 Hirsch, 25-l8:
Bowen, 46-3l, and South Shore, 35-32
in that order.
The lights carrie out of their slump
against Calumet as they defeated them
32-25. Harper and Hyde Park handed
the juniors their last two defeats, 34-17
and 38-30 respectively.
HOW l: Bushnell, Powers, Nagel, Crow, Anderson.
HOW 2: Perkowski, Hale, Wcxrd, Connors, Beesley,
Meehan. ROW 3: Smith, Ruhl, Carter.
Coach Duncan McGregor has once
more put together a very fine baseball
team. Under his watchful eyes the Mus-
tangs of the diamond were proving that
they were not to be counted out in the
race for a qualifying position in the
south section. At the time the Annual
went to press they were in second place,
just one game from the lead. They had
defeated Hyde Park, Harper and Parker
while losing only to Calumet.
The mainstay of the hurling staff was
Bob Nagel who led with two victories.
"Monk" Correll and Fred Ballantine
made up the remainder of the staff. Sur-
rounding the above mentioned mounas-
men was an infield composed of Chapel
at third, Rump at short, Nagel at second
when he wasn't on the mound, and
Rupp at first. The outfield was patrolled
by Cyril Nierman, Walter Franiak and
Arthur Olsen. Other members of the
team include Bill Milord, Art Rodgers,
Art Wacholz, Ken Peterson and Roscoe
.P .,... 10 Hyde P.,
.P .,... 5 Harper.
.P ...,. 7 Parker .
ROW l: Franiak, Nierman, Rodgers, Rupp, Rump, Chapel, Olsen, Wacholz. ROW 2: Firchau, Halle Azza
rello, O'Donnell, Nelson, Walsh, Hale, Koehler, Benjamin. ROW 3: Kasper, Ballantine, Garner Pete sen
McGonigal, Holmes, Wainright.
ROW li lvlfmie Leven-itz, Franck,
Mr. Fioaut 111, N-elsmn. BOW 2:
F-1i1'tli, Hill, Schmitt, Scott, Lee.
HOW l: Fisclier, Franck, Mr.
Froonmn, HiIUltllOI1, ROW 2:
Schrock, G1 zsse, McGoniqal,
Carrying on after losing three veteran
splashers due to mid year graduation
the senior swimming team managed to
experience a lair season under the
coaching of Mr. Durkin and Mr. Proof
Gene Lee, l00 yard breast stroker,
Don Clemens, l00 yard backstroker
and Bill Thayer, 40 yard free styler, all
left in lanuary. Left to follow in their
paths were Walter Scott, breast stroker
and diver, Burt Schirnidt, free style
splasher, Hud Moore, 220 yard crawl
swimmer and Stan Hall, backstroker.
Other members included Don Nelson,
free style splasher, and Dick Andre of
the relay team, and Buss Potts.
The juniors, after getting off to a slow
start, finally got going and managed to
salvage a few meets for a mediocre
season, Mainstays of the squad were
Bill McGonigal swimming the 40 yard
tree style and Hump Teninga also
swimming the same event.
Bob Bussian swam the 40 yard back-
stroke as did Dick Heil. Boy Hamilton
took care of the l00 yard tree style while
Wayne Fisher swam in the relay along
with Bussian, Hamilton and Heil. The
diving department was handled by
Finlay. Bill McGonigle was captain of
the juniors while Hud Moore captained
With almost a perfect record the Mor-
gan Park grunt and groan squad ex-
perienced another very successful sea-
son. Although they tied for first place
with Fenger and Calumet they lost out
in the drawing to determine which
school would represent this section in
the section playoffs.
There were several outstanding grap-
plers on the team among which were
Carl Carter and Oti "Oakie" Harris both
ot whom reached the semi-finals of the
All City meet. Other members of the
team were "Beans" Burns and Elmer
Wessel wrestling at 95 pounds, Roger
Shemaites, competing in the 135 pound
class, Reggie Shemaites grappling as a
145 pounder, lack Christman battling in
the 155 pound division and Bishop Mc-
Guire who fought in the 125 pound
Other members include Bob Kellum
and Benny Copland both Wrestling as
heavyweights, Oscar Brown, who grap-
field Ienkins, Ed Rumens and Gus Roos
pled in the 165 pound class and Gar-
also contributed highly to the success
of the team.
26 Parker .... ,,,,....
7 Calumet ,,.... ........
20 Bowen ,.,,,.,, ,,,,,,,.
16 Blue Island .,.Y,,,,,,..,...
23 Mt, Carmel .,.,,,,.,,,,,,
20 Fenger ,,,.,
31 Hirsch ,,.,..., ,,,,....
20 Mt, Carmel ...,,,,,,,,,.,.,
35 Harper ,,..,.., .,......,,,,
21 Chicago Vocational..
ROW 1: Harris, Carter, J. Cope-
land, Kellum, Shematies, Isn-
kins. ROW 2: Shemaites, Iaco-
beit, B. Copeland, Cotton, Iones.
ROW 3: Washington, McGuire,
Iones, Christman, Brown.
TRACK ROW 1: lanes, Smith, Tozer, GOLF Culver, lohnson, Smith, TENNISW-DeButts, Olsen, Alcock, Heid-
Cr P M ina White ROW 2' N k l, ecker, Seen.
Jit.i, o 1 ii, . ,.eJe
Pritteison, Melrn, W-ilkm, Middlebiook.
Under Coach Maurice l:'rooman's tutor-
ing several Morgan Park athletes have
formed a track team. Ever since the
middle of April practice has been go-
ing on either inside the school or on
the athletic field depending upon the
Among those who made up the team
were Kenneth Gill, Carl Carter and
Garfield lenkins, all veterans from last
year's squad. Other members on the
team included Iohn Melin, Aiden To'-
zer, Dick White, lacob Middlebrook and
Several meets were scheduled with
south section schools as well as the
city meet held in lune.
Keeping up the tradition of good golf
teams at Morgan Park, this year at the
time the Annual went to press, seemed
no exception. After several weeks of
practice the team was chosen with the
number one position going to Pete
Smith. Holding down the number two
spot was Clarence lohnson while lack
Culver held the number three position.
Hermie l-lensel was given the fourth
spot and Don lngham became the alter-
Although they lost their first match
the chances of a south section cham-
pionship at the time looked very good.
The l942 Morgan Park Tennis team was
built around its two veterans, Captain
Warren Alcock and lim Towns. The re-
mainder of the squad was determined
by the process of an elimination tourna-
At the time the Annual went to press
Warren Alcoclc was the No. l player
with the No. 2 spot going to Towns. The
doubles team had not as yet been
chosen. Among those who made the
team were Ioe Heidecker, Bob Watson,
Ralph Olsen, Stanley Hall and Garfield
PART THREE . . . ACTIVITIES
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To the top student in science and math-
ematics goes the Science Medal. lt is
one of the highest honors to be bes-
towed upon a Morgan Park graduate.
Mr. Gay, head of the Science depart-
ment tor several years has chosen a
member ot the February and Iune
graduating class to receive the medal.
The qualifications ot the candidate
are that the student must have had
three years of science studies, two of
which must have been laboratory sci-
ences and at least two years ot math-
ematics, containing algebra and geom-
etry. The student receiving the highest
science grades is presented the award.
If there is a tie, the mathematics grades
are the determining factors.
Sally Lofgren of the February class,
well known because of her excellent
journalistic work, attains an even higher
honor by receiving this medal. Mal-
colm Little is the top ranking scientist
of the Iune class. The award is a bronze
plaque, attributed to the honor student
by the Bausch and Lomb Optical Com-
jlze ,Sjfucfenf .xddfiociafion
This book is the last of a long proces-
sion of attractions which the Student
Association has offered to its members
this year. The list of features also in-
cludes several fine movies, an All
Sports Nighty a number of socials hav-
ing more student appeal: issues of the
Empehi News, and a dramatic produc-
During the Fall semester the slogan
"Add another record to your album"
brought the membership to approxi-
mately l,500. The Spring semesters
theme was "A Pot of Gold."
The Student Association officers were:
Charles Fitch, president: Inez Brown,
first vice-president: ludy Gardner, sec-
ond vice-presidenty and lim Buys, secre-
tary-treasurer. During the Fall semester
these officers were assisted in their
duties by the Executive Committee com-
posed of Paul Brown, chief justice of the
Student Court: Bob Pringle, Athletic
Commissioner: Walter Pruter, chairman
of the Promotion Committee: Sally Lof-
gren, editor-in-chief of the Empehi News,
and Lois Harper and lune Ekloff, co-
editors of the Empehi Annual. The
Spring semester saw Ann Huntington as
chief justice of the Student Court: Bruce
Chapel, Athletic Commissionerg Mary
Ann Falls, chairman of the Promotion
Commitee, and Estelle Sharpe, editor of
CHAPEL, HUNTINGTON. OLSEN
ROW I: Ekloff, Lorenz, Cha-
pel, Buys, Brown, Rennie,
Gill. ROW 2: Spence, Boch-
man, Rutherford, Pearson,
Moore, Dillman, Cooley,May.
ROW 3: MacKenzie, Sharpe,
Faulkner, Karp, Clegg, Mu-
schott, Blaicher, Knipper,
Mitten. ROW 4: Guest,Brown,
Harper, Rumpf, Nelson, Me-
lin, Maurer, Slayton, Fenger,
Bob Swift .........,,,,,,
Lois Harper '
Bob Pringle ......,
lean Stevens ...,.,..
Estelle Sharp .,,,.,.
Bob Pringle ....,,...,,
Iohn Foyer .,,,,,,.,...
Mary Ann Cooley ......,,.
Bob Mitchell ..,......r,.,... ..
Carol Fink ,........,..
Barbara Fenger ....
OQPJ of Con iI"0!
ATHLETIC COMMISSION ,,,.,,,.
WEOYS' EMBLEM CLUB .,..
.......,,.,....., CHEMASTERS .......,
CLEAN -UP COMMITTEE .t.,,..
Bruce Euchner .......,, ,,..,,,..,... C ONCERT BA ND. ...... ..
Aiden Tozer ,.,,..,...
Ieannette Mathis ,.,..... ,,
Sally Lofgren ..,,,...,.. .,.t.,
Marilyn Powell ,,...
Mary Lou Hens .,,.
Faith Spitler ..,..... .
,. ,,,... Helen Dillman
" Lois Harper
,, ....... ,.... B ruce Chapel
.......,.Mary Ann Cooley
., ,...,,,,. Barbara Fenger
.,,......EMPEI'Il ......,Estelle Sharp
,FASHIONS OF THE HOUR, ...,v,.. Roberta Mitten
...........,,.., FLOUNDERS ..,....,,...,i..... .......... N ancy Blaicher
,....,,,,,,,...FRENCH CLUB...,....,.,,,... ,....,,......,..Shirley Brown
Edith Nagler ..,,,..., ...,..., G IRLS' EMBLEM CLUB .,..,,. ,...... E leanor MacKenzie
Sally Brown .......... ,...... G IRLS' GLEE CLUB i....... ,,,.,......,.. D orothy May
Harriet McCaw ,.... .,,,i,,,......, H . R. S. G ......,........... ,...,..... H arriet McCaw
Russell Dyer ..,,,..., ,...,,,. I NTERMEDIATE BAND ...,.,, .....,, B ernice Bochman
Melvin Lemmer ,...... ...,,..,,...... I AZZA BAND ...........,.. ,......,...., I ames Pratt
George Green ...... ........,. I UNIOR BAND ......,.,..,.... ..........,... E cldie Lorenz
Eloise Fischer ,..,.,...,,,,,,.....,...,,,,,....... LATIN CLUB ,,........,.....,........,,..... Charlene Pearson
Bernedette Pearson .,........,. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY ..,..,,, ..,....,.... M alcolm Little
Bill Custer ..,.....,,.....,.... ,.........,...... O FFICERS' CLUB ..,....,.... ..,.,,... F red Faulkner
Charles Stevens ,,....... ,,,....,....,... O RCHESTRA ,.,..........,.. .........,. I ohn Melin
Doris Wells ..........,. ,,,..... P AN-AMERICAN CLUB ,..... , ..,,.,.,........ Bob Maurer
Edith Smith .......t,t, ...,.....,........,.,.. P EPPERS .,,.........,...,..,,.. .,.,.... M ary Io Driscoll
Alyce Lovetoy ..,,,,,, ....,..,,, P ROBATION COMMITTEE .,..,... ........ C harla Muschoti
Walter Pruter ,........, ........ P ROMOTION COMMITTEE i,..,....
..,.,..,Ma'ry Ann Falls
Marge Semprevivo ,.., i...........,. O UEEN ROLLERS ..........,. .,........,. N ellie Knipper
Bob Bond ....v.....,,,,,... ,,......,. O UILL AND SCROLL ..,...,,, ,...,,.....,....,,.. B etty Clegg
Betty Caris ..,.,.......... ..,.,..,,....... O UILLPEN .............., ..,,,.... B arbara Nicholas
Don Goldsmith ....,..,. ...... R I-IYTI-IM CLUB ...,.... ,.,,,,,,. I sabel Gruenwald
Nona Gooch ......... ,,,.,... S AFETY COUNCIL ..,..,....,. ...,.,, M axine Rutherford
Fern Pierce ,,,....... .,.,,,., S ALESMANSI-IIP CLUB ,,....,,, ...........,,,. B ob Michael
Arlene Rhode ...,,.. .........,.,...... S IGMA ..,,..,..........,,, ,.,...,.... K enneth Gill
Dave Rennie ,.,.. ,i.,..... S TAGE CREW .,....,.. ..,,,,,,,,,,,, D ave Rennie
Paul Brown ....,,.,., .......,. S TUDENT COURT ,...,.,, ,.,,i.i,i,,, A nn Huntington
Bill Lofgren .,....... ,,....... T AU EPSILON ......... Mary Emily Dasher
Kennetha Friday .....,.,, ..,,........ V . E. S. B .......,.,..... ,..,,,..,,,,,,,,,,, P aul Dqgher
Ralph Olsen ...........,. ........ U SHER FORCE ,....... ,,.,,,,,,.,,,,, R Qlph Olsen
Phil Harper ,,,,...,... ,....i. Z OOLOGY CLUB ...,.,,,. ,,,...... M arilyn Spence
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This is the lower house of our bicameral legislation, organized to
handle school government problems and authorize the necessary legis-
lation to remedy the troubles as they arise. Every division has its
representative fighting for what its members desire most to see in the
way of student control of the school. There are about fifty-four active
members to whom you can pay tribute for the following recent improve-
ments: a better organized, more efficient hall guard system: improved
procedure in class elections, longer time for division representativesg a
better Student Association program.
Student Council meetings afforded students opportunity to discuss
the need of a Town Hall and advantages of class gatherings once a
month. Promotion of the attempt to cut down tardiness and to build up
membership in the Student Association was continued throughout the
Qualifications for membership in the Student Council are: one must
belong to the Student Associationg representatives must be elected and
supported by their divisions, the elected should be capable of leadership
and the handling of school government problems. lt is indeed a high
honor to be elected to the Student Council. The training received from
this job is not only valuable today but will be a great asset in later life.
The most important function of the Student Council is the selecting
and nominating of the Student Association officers for each year. These
officers must rank high scholastically, must have good character and
must have executive ability. That is the Student Council's job and it is
indeed a difficult task.
Credit must be given to the Student Council for its fine work through-
out the year and for its capable handling of all the crisis which arise
during the year. Empehites all know that it will always be on top and
will always be one of the important functioning bodies of the Student
As yet the sponsor of this organization has not been mentioned. lt
is a man who needs little introduction, it is "everybody's friend," the
Assistant Principal of Morgan Park, Captain George G. Lorentz. He is
not the active head however, but only supervises the meeting. The
real head is the president of the Student Association, who conducts all
of the meetings and sees that the ideas and laws passed by the Student
Council are put into effect.
mlaelzi .xdnnuaf Siu!!
They say there must be a first time for everything and so for the first
time in the history of Morgan Park, the Empehi Annual has had girl
co-editors: Iune Ekloff and Lois Harper. Assisting them were Lois lohn-
son, literary editor, who is responsible for all of the written material in
the book: Wally Pruter, art editor, who illustrated the opening pages:
and Phil Harper, business manager, who had the hard job of handling
all ads and worrying about our financial situation. An outstanding
job was done by Myron Adler, sports editor. He was in complete charge
of the entire sports section, design, content, etc.
Due to the unsual small number on the Annual staff this year, the
total number being only seventeen, they have had to work extremely
hard. Each one had more responsibility, and no one could fall down on
his assignment. However, their enthusiasm and co-operation have more
than made up for their lack of number. Without Mrs. Dorothy H. Cella
as a sponsor it would never have been possible to put out this Annual
and the staff Wishes to thank Mrs. Ce-lla and all of its members for
helping to make a success of the 1942 Annual.
.X4 galdldeffa CAOPUJ
The A Cappella Chorus, in its eighth years as one of Empehi's organ-
izations, is conducted under the able leadership of Mrs. Bernice Hartle.
lts purpose is to feature musical appreciation. Over one hundred stu-
dents have enjoyed singing in this chorus during the past year.
On December llth the A Cappella Chorus presented a Christmas
program for the P. T. A. The day before Christmas vacation, as is usual
at Morgan Park, the Chorus and the Girls' Glee Club presented the
Christmas assembly. They also sang numerous Christmas carols in the
halls of the building throughout the morning. The Chorus, in collabora-
tion with the other musical organizations of our school, presented the
annual spring production in Blackwelder Hall. The season was closed
with a radio program presented under the auspices of the Radio Council
and given over WMAQ.
The officers of the fall semester were Robert Swift, presidentg Helen
Dillman, vice-president: Robert Maurer, secretary, and Pat Pontius, treas-
urer. The officers of the spring semester were Helen Dillman, president:
Gene Beesley, secretary: Frank Hedrick, treasurer, and Pat Pontius,
ROW l: Iolrnson, L. Hfrrywz, Mrs.
Cellri, Ekloff, Adler. ROW 2:
Rutherford, Patterson, P, Har-
per, Pruter, Love1oy, Gentlemen.
ROW 3: Bushnell, Clow, Sfmm,
Wlwxie, Hfixfner, Sclupplock.
ROW 1: Spence, Olson, Hem'
bold, Heclrrck, Pontlus, Mrs.
Hcrtle, Dllll'U11I1, Beesley, Moen-,
Maurer, Peterson, Bubbxtt, ROW
Z: Tqttershczll, Elsenmrmn, Lln-
dros, Hunke, Dunqlll, Shenmills,
Walker, Clxnkscnles, Hayes,
Frunklln, Booth, Hoch. ROW 3:
FC1l'Cly, Hfledtler, Rcrdike, Den-
ton, Osborne, Ackernmn, Dncey,
Wrlson, Koch, Snnth, Cumsssz,
Davis, Gernrernhcndt. ROW -'11
Mocnfxb, Burrows, Dwyor,Green
mcm, Merrlelles, Moullen, Inq-
ulls, Klemz, Twinlmrn, Bevrns,
Hafner, Kohr, Olsen, Foreman.
HOW 5: Rlchnrds, Alcofik,
Schultz. Zobel, Shaffer, May,
Burkhart, Flesher, Brfxnmn, Perz,
Fredrick, Falls, Brown.
The Biology Club, now one of the largest clubs in the entire school, has
completed another very instructive and completely enjoyable year
under the sponsorship of Miss Bessie Bell, head of the Biology Depart-
ment at school. The club has marked its success with several outstand-
ing events both in the fall and in the spring semester of 1941-42.
The fall activities included a trip to the Stock Show at the lnter-
national Amphitheatre and one to the Bosenwald Museum. The money
making project of this semester was a narcissus bulb sale' which was
held in the school kitchenette. Mr. Sam Campbell was presented in a
return engagement to Empehi for the annual fall assembly and was
received warmly as usual. He lectured on the North Woods, as he
showed beautifully colored films of some of the animals and the vege-
tation in that region.
The theme of the spring semester was conservation of trees, flowers,
plants and vital defense materials. At each meeting a committee gave
a program consisting of talks or skits on conservation of one of these
topics. Our only speaker, a Clissold Grammar School student, showed
movies on the habits and developments of the deer raised on his fam-
ily's farm. The highlight of this semester was the trip to the Flower Show
which was attended by a large number of members and students from
all the science classes. The financial end of the club was helped con-
siderably by a commission on the tickets. Mr. Lincoln H. Lippincott,
national secretary of the "Not Over 50 Club," was the speaker at the
Regular meetings were held every other Wednesday in the social
room, during tenth period and refreshments were occasionally served.
The officers for the fall and spring semester respectively were as
follows: Estelle Sharpe and Nancy Slayton sharing the executive posi-
tion and leading the club toward greater gains: Bob Maurer and Bob
Pilkington both qualified as vice-president: taking the minutes, answer-
ing corresponce, and calling the roll was taken care of by Nancy
Slayton and Nancy Combs. The club's finances were capably balanced
by Bob Pilkington and Bob Fall. These eight officers have upheld and
tried to better the standards of the Biology Club for the past year.
Sigma, the honorary commercial club of Empehi, is one of the most
active organizations in the school. This club donates more than any
other club toward the schools financial support.
The aim of the club is to render voluntary service to the school, to
give students a broader outlook of the business world, and to provide
more social life for commercial students.
ln these tirnes, more than ever, it is important for young people to
be equipped to take their places in the business world, replacing those
called for service.
Students eligible for Sigma, must have a "G" or better average in
their subjects, be taking a commercial sequence, be serving the school
on their own time and be chosen by the club from a list of eligible
members. Mrs. Schachtlie and Miss Wieslander are the co-sponsors.
Fall officers were Arlene Rohde, B. B.: Kenneth Gill, C. C.: Mildred
Mohr, P. S.: Mae Paula Goldsmith, B. K.: Edith Smith, O. G.: and Ann
Fardy, Student Exchange Manager.
Spring officers are Kenneth Gill, B. B.: Harriet Dueshop, C. C.: Lor-
raine Winklemen, P. S.: Lorraine Kock, B. K.: Alice Fredette, O. G.: and
Elaine Bump, Student Exchange Manager.
The main function of the Business Staff is to provide financial aid
for the Empehi News through the solicitation of advertising. The staff
also has charge of distributing papers to all advertisers and exchang-
ing papers with other schools throughout the country. To the staff goes
the job of seeing that the papers get to the Branch.
Unders the sponsorship of Mrs. Dorothy Celia, the staff was man-
aged for the entire year by Mary Ann Cooly who was assisted by
Marshall McClure. The fall semester saw the bookkeeping in the hands
of Lois Werner and Venice Bekosh. Ioan Campbell took over this de-
partment in the spring. Copy writer for both semesters was Vera Fritsch.
She was aided in the spring by Annette Darling and Charlotte Heffron.
Mary Lou Sorman had charge of circulation in the fall with Betty Mor-
tenson as her assistant. ln the spring Betty was put in charge with
loan Lytle and Venice Bekosh as her aids. Margaret Greenman was
the efficient exchange manager for both semesters, assisted in the fall
by Ioan Campbell and in the spring by Mary Ann Falls.
ROW l: Rohde, Hump, Wmkvl-
mcrn, Mrs. Schclchtlle, Glll, Duo'
shop, Koch, Pre-delle, ROW 2:
FC'll'C1Y, Shevlln, McAulxif, Greqq,
Reid, Flax, Frnnlclln. ROW 3:
Huber, Pls-Ice, Pllkmqton, Con-
rad, Korn, Callahan, Be-rq, lone-
lis. ROW 4: Richardson, MCA
Adams, Bilurex, Dlesel, Mohr,
ROW 1: Mortenson, McClure,
Mrs. Ce-llu, Cooley, Greenman.
ROW 2: Falls, Merrleles, Frilsch,
Mohns, Campbell. ROW 3: Ber-
quist, Mathis, Parker, Dcxrlrnq,
Werner. ROW 4: Wilson, O'Hc1l-
orcln, Lytle, Heffron, Hlllstrom,
ln 1941-42 the staff of the Empehi News
has worked toward a definite goal-eto
make the paper of interest to every stu-
dent. This has meant more "names" in
the newspaper as well as many new
and better features.
Ably filling the editor's chair in the
tall semester was Sally Lofgren, suc-
ceeded in the spring by Estelle Sharpe
who enjoyed the assistance of Dave
Katzmann, associate editor. lane Brown
and Ianet Clancy held the compara-
tively new position of literary editor in
the fall and spring respectively. Both
semesters the editors were guided by
the help and encouragement of Miss
Alma Bauman, adviser. The Empehi
News is especially proud that its spon-
sor has been honored by the dedication
of the Annual to her.
Page editors for the spring semester
are printed on the masthead. Those for
the fall semester were as follows: Ber-
nadette Pearson, first page: Bob Bond,
second page, Estelle Sharpe, third page,
and Dave Katzrnann, sports page.
Again this year the Empehi News re-
ceived the international honor rating,
the highest possible, from Quill and
Scroll, honorary journalistic society
which maintains a chapter at the
Twelve of the staff members partici-
pated in the extemporaneous division of
the all-city writing contest held by the
Chicago Press Guild in March, while
others wrote material for the submitted
Those writing in the extemporaneous
division included: Phyllis Burkhart and
Ioyce Martin, writing in the essay
group: Betty Bosborough, Lila Ander-
son, poety: Estelle Sharpe, Bob Evans,
editorial: Pat Knight, Mary Northam,
news writing: Charlene Pearson, Peggy
Giller, feature writing, Fern Larson, Ruth
Bergstrom, speech reporting, and Mar-
shall McClure, advertising copy Writing.
Manuscripts of the following Empe-
hites were sent to the Submitted Mate-
rial division ofthe Writers' tournament:
Phyllis Burkhart, Paul Drews, Phil Hare
per, Marian lohannesen, loyce Martin,
Charlene Pearson, Dolores Poeppel,
Betty Bosborough, Estelle Sharpe, Bob
Lorance, Doris Wells and Annette Darl-
Through the two semesters the stati
strove tor a better-appearing weekly by
the use ot new makeeup ideas, pictures,
cartoons and other cuts.
The business stati, both semesters
under the leadership oi Mary Ann
Cooley and the sponsorship ot Mrs.
Dorothy Cella, assisted the Empehi
Editor-in-chief .. . .. . ..., ,,,,,, ,,.. . . . .Estelle Sharpe
Associate Editor. . ...Dave Katzmann
Literary Editor. , ,,,,,,,,. Ianet Clancy
First Page Editor ,,,, ,.,. . ,,,, . , .r,, .. Doris Wells
Assistants ,,,, ...,i,, . .Doris Hoge, Mary Moore
Second Page Editors .. .Paul Drews, Bob Evans
Assistant ,. .. . . ,. . .. . ,Fern Larson
Third Page Editor.. . . Charlene Pearson
Assistants ,,,. Doris Bergman, Barbara Nicklaus
Sports Page Editor ,. ., .... ..,Bob Maurer
Assistant ... .. .. . . Myron Adler
Head Proof and Copyreaders .. . , , .. . . . .
. ,,.. ,,,. ,.,, . , ,. .,., ,,,,, P at Knight, Peggy Downs
Cwrtoonists. ..,. . ...Walter Pruter, Ted Hasbrouck
Photographic Editor ,.., . ,,,, ,Martorie lohnson
Exchange .. . ,. .Mary Northttrn
Statt Clerk ,,,,..... ,,,, , .. . .. . .Neola Knapp
Reporters Iacqueline Augspurger, Ruth Berg-
strom, Bill Bliss, Phyllis Burkhart, Betty Cleary,
Peggy Giller, Barbara Hafner, Phil Harper,
Frank Hedrick, Shirley Lindros, Joyce Martin,
Doris Melin, Margaret Milton, Ioellen Mur-
dock, Pat Beick, Harriet Shatter, Marge
Schipplock, lanet Westberg, Hazel White.
Adviser ,,,.. .. .. .. .. .,Miss Alma Bauman
ROW 1: Pearson, Evans,
Wells, Sharpe, Miss Ban
man, Katzman, Drews
Maurer. ROW 2: Berg
man, Moore, H a r p e r,
Hredecker, Adler, Pruter,
Hedrick, Westberg, Shat
ter, Spence. ROW 3: Gil
ler, Melin, Clancy, Clegg
Schtpplock, Knight, Mil
to n, Bergstrom, A u g s
purger, Hafner. ROW 4
Martin, Burkhart, North
ani, Johnson, Larson, Lin
dros, Murdock, Knapp
e Cena .Jlranga id
The aim of the French Club is to acquaint its members with some of
the customs and history of France, and to give them experience in the
use of its language in everyday conversation. French only is spoken
at the bi-monthly club meetings.
Under the sponsorship of Miss Beulah Kemp, the meetings of Le
Cercle Francais the past year have included some unusual programs
such as movies of the various French provinces, plays presented by the
various members, French musicales, and the semi-annual Mother's Tea
with Mme. Darling as the guest speaker. Some of the other activities
of the club were providing for a needy family at Christmas time, spon-
soring two bake sales, held at stores in the community, and attending
a French Soiree in the spring. Pins were given at the Awards assembly
to members in recognition of service to the club.
Officers for the year include: Faith Spitler, president: Ioe Branit, lst
vice-president: Sally Brown, 2nd vice-president: Barbara Fowler, secre-
tary: and lane Steinhart, treasurer for the fall semester. For the spring
semester were Shirley Brown, president: Luther Lorance, lst vice-presi-
dent: Glenna Davis, 2nd vice-president: Marge Blakslee, secretary: and
lean Claussne, treasurer.
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Fashions of the Hour was organized six years ago by Miss Helen Green-
field, the present sponsor. The purpose of the club is to promote enthus-
iasm for sewing and an interest in better taste and style. Membership
is open to girls who have completed one semester of sewing and are
enrolled in the second semester,
Activities for the past year included an assembly for all the girls
in high school given by a representative of the Butterick Pattern Com-
pany, and a speaker from the Vera lane Modeling School. The club
also sponsored a benefit movie and a Valentine heart sale. Members
of the sewing classes gave an assembly in Iune, where they modeled
some of the clothes which they had made during the semester. The
Fashions of the Hour has made a great deal of progress in the past
year due to the excellent cooperation of the members, these activities
proved to be a success.
The fall semester officers consisted of Marilyn Powell, president:
Iune Hughs, vice-president: Marjorie Rassmussen, secretaryg Elaine
Bump, treasurer. The spring semester officers are Roberta Mitten, presi-
dent: Dorothy Gernest, vice-presidentf Marjorie Bassmussen, secretary:
Elaine Hump, treasurer.
ROW 1: Seen, Greenrnan, Spil-
ler, Brown, MISS Kemp, Brittain,
Davis, Blakeslee, Claussen. ROW
2: Moore, Hayes, Sylva1n, Ker-
ney, Atkms, Linclros, Crafton,
Amelia, Lorance. ROW 3:
Muench, Bryce, Paqels, Hodges,
Flesher, Julrano, Meyer, Inqnlls,
Shurtz, Foreman. ROW 4: Perz,
D 1 l l rn cr n, lolmson, Sclfnpplock,
BEVIHS, Frodette, K l u 5 k e n S,
l.ew1s, Brown, Glover. ROW 5:
Gardner, Tmt, Rfrcme, OIMQGYVI,
Wooter, Petersen, Fleshor, Dfw'
FASHIONS OF THE HOUR
ROW 1: Nelson, Powell, Runrp,
Gernelt, MISS Greenfleld, M1tten,
Rasmussen, Grebnnq, R1cl'1ard
son. ROW 2: Mohr, Flax, Ros-
Craw, Bredermann, Dunbar, Ar'-
kerman, Botel, Barnes, MC-
Adams. ROW 3: Hansen, Dyslm,
Hughes, Kmes, K l 1.1 0 s lc e n S,
Krause, VV1n k l e n111n, Sp1tle1,
Thomas. ROW 4: S1ebelt, Brown,
Lucas, Rube, Heller, Lehto, Fre-
dette, Collette, l"l1llSfI'OIll. ROW 5:
M u s Sl n q, Hofmann, Earqu1s1,
Becka, S C h n 1 e d e r, Deckard,
Thonrws, Twnexvz-1, Monroe.
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The American Youth League was first permanently organized in
Morgan Park on November 26, l936. The purpose of the organization is
to develop among our own and other high schools of our country a
deep appreciation for the ideals, principles and obligations of citizens
of the United States in order that the traditions of our land may be
preserved not only in our own hearts but in those of future generations.
To be a member in the club one must be a junior or a senior. Our
total membership this year reaches the 300 mark.
Officers for the year are leanne Stevens, president: Harriett McCaw,
secretary: and Ed Cornwell, replacing Bob Swift as treasurer.
The entire league gives thanks to our sponsors Dr. Tubbs, the
founder, Miss Callahan, and Mr. Meyers who have worked with us
and helped us so much.
The purpose of the Rhythm Club is to create among the students a
desire for dancing. Routines of various kinds consisting of ballroom,
rhumba, ballet, jitterbuging, etc., are used. The assemblies are written
to fit these certain dancing routines. The students enjoy participating in
For the annual spring production the club Works throughout the
year to make it a great success. The outstanding members participate
in solos for assemblies and sometimes outside dancing.
The membership consists of fifty-four. The meetings are held in the
Social Room every two weeks. This is to keep the spirit of the club
going. The office of president is alternated between a boy and a girl
each semester. Fall officers were, president, Donald Goldsmith: vice-
president, Dorothy jean Grandmany secretary, Mary Emily Dasher, and
treasurer, Paul Brown. The spring officers Were, president, Isabel
Gruenwaldp vice-president, Myron Adler: secretary, Marge Schipplockp
and treasurer, Ion Engstrom.
With the aid of the jazz band the Rhythm Club is more complete and
we hope in the future the club will still exist as an extra interest and
enjoyment for the students.
The Rhythm Club thanks Miss Helen O'Rourke for her effort and
Sodalitas Latina, the Latin Club, was founded in Morgan Park twelve
years ago. To give its members a better idea of the language and
customs of the ancient Romans is the chief aim of the club. Members
are kept in close touch with the ancient gods and goddesses through
reading myths at meetings, and presenting playlets, both amusing and
ln the past, the Latin Club has received money for scholarships from
the distribution of Latin calendars. However, as no prize money may
be given to graduating seniors, the proceeds this year were used to
purchase pictures for the Latin classrooms and to help furnish the
To celebrate Latin Week, the club attended a luncheon. Entertain-
ment was furnished by the members themselves.
Miss Cora Petty was again the sponsor of this organization. During
the fall semester, officers were as follows: Eloise Fischer, consul: Lois
Anderson, second consuly Fern Larson, scribag Pat Pontius, quaestorp
and Charlene Pearson, ways and means chairman. During the spring
semester the officers were Charlene Pearson, Fern Larson, Lois Ander-
son, Gladys Osborne, and Helen Gray.
uman Qfafionzi eruice
The Human Relations Service Guild is a charity group that was organ-
ized in Morgan Park High School in l938. Only students who are inter-
ested in charity worlc may become members of this organization.
During the fall semester the Thanksgiving Fund, the Children's Aid
Society Drive and the Christmas Fund occupied much of the members'
time. Another drive sponsored by the club and supported by the
students of the school is the Red Cross Drive. This includes the sponsor-
ing of a dance in April for charity. The Red Cross Committee, consisting
of Ruth Bargquist, Connie Tocque and Phil Harper were sent by the club
to the Chicago lunior Red Cross meetings to represent Morgan Park.
ln the spring semester the club held a sale of Easter seals for the
benefit of crippled children. Various social meetings and interesting trips
throughout the city were part of this years program.
Mrs. Brown was our very capable advisor. The officers for the year
were as follows: president, Harriett McCawg viceepresident, Bob Maurer:
recretary, Connie Tocque: and treasurer, Dave Lamoree.
ROW 1: Pontxus, Lamson, Pour
son, Miss Petty, Osborne, Lilion
qxen, Downs. ROW 2: Mc-lin
Anderson, Berqsirom, Hafner
Smxih, Wolcott, McClolI1xnd, Bur
rows. ROW 3: Kmqht, Hefiron
Berqrnon, B e r q q u 1 s T, Biqqs
Lorned, Mlllon. ROW 4: Humil
ton, von Holsi, Struck, Grund-
mun, Petefxson, Koch, Woodruff
H. R. S. G.
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'I'ocque', MCCGW, Mis. Brown,
Mourcx, Bfxrquxst, Hllttmn, ROW
2: Ymxp, Pxutml, Kxnp, N1--lzson,
Hoxdecker, Mcllmfith, Bxxumonn,
Mohr, Tatielshrxll. ROW 3: Os-
borno, Giundmfxn, Fowl?-r, Cluf-
ton, Cfrmpbell, Schlllxnrxrkor,
Bn rnes, Westboxrg, Anderson.
ROW 4: Olson, Hondhury, Moulf
ton, Koln, Noher, Cluussen,
Whlta, Snnth, Clmrxlglmrx. ROW
5: Blfnchex, McDonald, Gudres
ynhn, Dczvls, Prntt, Gm-st, Fec-
lolinson, Faulkner, Allen, Nelson, Sny-
der, Enqart, Houstin, Eisersteadt, Voqele,
Arquillo, Brittain, Pearson, Staehle, Mc-
Clure, Cooley, Mathis, Walker, Mane
gan, Newbury, Spence, Wineeche, Bau-
mann, Duncan, Duskin, Glover, DeVore,
Loren, Hollstrorn, Bochman, Rasmussen,
Creamieu, Lemmer, Garland, Sebastian
Vtfelchans, VVebb, Pratt, Thayer, Conrad,
Hyslop, Smith, Blew, Davenport, Tuttle,
liedrnark, Renuil, Draper, Pilkerton,
Hodges, Patterson, l-lenss, Merrick, At-
kins, Miller, Milton, Miller, McMaster,
Grasse, Lamm, Willis, Everett, Soder-
quist, Smith, l-lillstrom, Allen, Curtis,
Westlund, Miner, Evans, Bevnarik, Ems-
hott, Hall, lee, Skrivan, Skrivan, Mc
Melin, Miller, Wirth, Backer, Womack
Melin, Milton, lohns, Washburn, Foyer,
l-laqlund, Harper, George, Brown, Zohel
Doyle, Faulkner, Grant, Prosser, Wooten
Azarello, Fiske, Schrock, Hettron, De-
Vore, Duncan, Glover, Payne, Snyder,
lacobeit, Grundman, Spence, Rennie,
Pinkinqton, Hoclqes, Cooper, Swanson,
Fischer, lonelis, Worth, Williams, Miller,
McKenna, Hefiron, Syfert, Douglas,
Gruener, Winter, Wells, Martin, Bam
Presenting the Concert Band -the liveliest organization of the Morgan Park High
School. Boasting of over eighty of the finest students in the school, it is the prodigy of
Captain Guy D. I-lartle, leader and conductor. A
At all the football games, rain or shine, the band has held forth in the stands play-
ing those lively and captivating marches, so necessary to the spirit of a game. On all
these occasions, except when the weather conditions hindered them, the band went
on the field to march. But, it was not all marching and drill work, for letter formations
were made -eour own M.P. and the letters of the opponents. These formations accord-
ing to Captain Hartle are the finest in the city.
School assemblies are enlivened by snappy marches rendered before and after
the assembly. Several times this year the band has played for P.T.A. meetings, in-
cluding Defense Programs. One of the main accomplishments of the band is the annual
Spring Production put on by the music department. Here the band plays an important
role, furnishing their splendid music.
The Concert Band, due mainly to the untiring effort of Captain Hartle, has received
superior ratings in the city-wide band competitions for the past four years. This year
they are preparing to capture their fifth straight superior rating.
ln the city-wide solo contest the Concert Band was well represented with encourag-
Extreme proudness is held in the Skrivan team, Shirley and Bill. Shirley, a senior
and Bill, a sophomore, began their twirling careers long before entering high school
Ann Faidy, Bob Hubley, Art
Cibulsky, Art Beniannn, Randall
Booten, Don Bailey, Margaret
Handbury, Lorraine Kiellberg,
Flora Robbins, Horace Pitts, Ray-
mond Vmcent, Henry Gay, Matt
Turner, Jinx Henning, Adolph
Rasmussen, Louise Tatro, Etta
May, Donald Monson, Sara
Fisher, Russel Hockeit, Edward
Lorenz, Dave Mitchell, Chuck
Blaney, Ben Copeland, Robert
Gay, Ed Burns, Iohn Klilebrew,
Vernon Anderson, Henry Dieters,
Ed Delaneo, Bob Peikama,
Nathalie Spence, Nancy Rennie,
Chaileyn Smith, Buddy Ward.
and already have countless medals and trophies to their credit. But better than their
medals and trophies is the National baton twirling championships they have won,
Shirley having won it four times and Bill twice.
Cfficers of the band for the fall semester were Bruce Euchnner, president: Paul
Brown, vice-president: Beverly Bochman, secretary: and, Sally Lofren, treasurer. Spring
officers included: Grant Nelson, president: Marilyn Spence, vice-president, Mary Ann
Cooley, secretary, and, Bernard Duskin, treasurer.
The Concert Orchestra has had a successful year in the new music room. The
number of fine musicians playing in the organization is fifty.
The main events of the year for the orchestra were the February and lune gradua-
tions for which they played "Pomp and Circumstanceu and "Pomp and Chivalry".
Cfficers of the fall semester were as follows: Charles Stevens, presidentg Shirley
Brown, vice-presidentp loyce Martin, secretary: lohn Melin, treasurer, and librarians,
Floyd Payne and Leonard Cooper.
Officers during the spring semester were: lohn Melin, president: Shirley Brown,
vice-president, loyce Martin, secretaryg Sally Miller, treasurerg Kenneth Fiske, Marilyn
Faulkner, and Donald Heffron, librarians.
The lnterniediate Concert Band under the fine guidance of Capt. Guy D. l-lartle has
enjoyed a progressive year. This organization has furthered itself through the combined
efforts and cooperation of its members. The officers for the Spring semester were: Ber-
nice Bochman, president: Cliff Keddie, vice-president, Betty Baumann, secretary-treas-
urery and Allison Walker, librarian.
"Pan Americanismu is the essence and theme upon which the Pan
American Club was chartered on December 8, l938. About this time
also the club began is affiliations with the Student Pan American
League. This year, delegates were sent to the regular monthly meetings
downtown. ln this way the Spanish students at Empehi were kept in
touch with the latest developments and interests of Latin-American
Since its beginning the club has stressed the importance of our
friends to the south. Once again the organization was privileged to
have Miss Mary l". Holland as faculty adviser.
Under the guidance of Doris Wells, president for the fall semester,
the club participated in several activities. Other officers were
Frank Hedrick, lst vice-president: Marilyn Spence, 2nd vice-president:
Connie Tocaue, secretary, and Cameron Holmes, treasurer. In the spring
semester the presidency was filled by Bob Maurer, while the remainder
of the officers were Marilyn Spence, lst vice-president and Connie
Tocaue, 2nd vice-president. The "secretario" was loyce Martin, the
"tesoreo" was Walter Pruter. The main activity of the spring term was
Pan American week, beginning April l4th, in which various fiestas
Cacia- Mo Gommiffee
The purpose of the Clean-Up Committee is to see that the interior and
exterior of the school is kept in a tidy condition and this means also
to promote good health among the students of Empehi. The Committee,
therefore has a two-fold purpose.
This beneficial organization has accomplished much in bettering the
community. The main project, and quite a successful one, was that
of ridding the neighborhood of rats. Many other beneficial projects
have been completed, not only outside of school but inside.
The annual flower sale was held at the end of April and carnations
as well as roses were sold and as usual, this sale met with success.
The proceeds are used in making Morgan Park a cleaner and better
school in which to work and one to be proud of.
The officers of the year were Barbara Fenger, chairman: Marge
Blakslee, vice-chairman: Harriet McCaw, treasurer, and Warren Alcock,
secretary. The committee is headed by a fine sponsor, Mr. Melnick, to
whom it wishes to give thanks.
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The Morgan Park chapter of Quill and Scroll, formally known as the
lnternational Honorary Society for High School Iournalists, entered two
big writing contests this year: the first being the Chicago Scholastic
Press Guild writers' tournament and the second the National Quill and
Scroll Contest in editorial writing.
The new members were initiated into the club during the spring
semester thereby raising the membership to thirty-five. The requirements
for membership in the club are, forty-five inches of "string", be at least
in the 3B semester, have a good standing and a recommendation by
Miss Alma Bauman, the club's faculty adviser.
The biggest project of each semester is the editing and sale of the
Ernpehi Bulletin. The treasury obtains all its money from the sale of
these Bulletins. The last event of the year is the annual press banquet
which is to be held in the latter part of May.
Officers for the fall semester were Robert Bond, president: Iune Ekloff,
vice-president: Robert Maurer, secretary: and Estelle Sharpe, treasurer.
The spring semester officers were Betty Clegg, president: Robert Maurer,
vice-president: Charlene Pearson, secretary: and David Katzmann,
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The purpose of the Visual Education Service Bureau, better known as
the V.E.S.B., is to provide educational movies and slides for all Science,
History and language classes in the school. Under the leadership of
Mr. A. R. Gay, the secretaries and operators check the equipment in and
out and put on movies any period of the day that a class teacher may
desire. These pictures have proved both interesting and educational to
every department of the school.
Kennetha Friday and Mary Moore served as head secretaries this
year, while Ioseph Fisher and Paul Dasher worked as the chief oper-
Also supervised by Mr. Gay is the active and surprising Photo Staff,
which has been under the management of Marjorie Iohnson and Tom
Thayer this past year. The members of the staff take, develop and
print pictures for the Empehi News, division records and personal
orders. The candid pictures and the presidents of the various clubs
appearing in this book were also taken by the Photo Staff. They have
done a marvelous job of helping the Annual Staff.
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During the past year the members of the Queen Rollers have tried to
give the students of Morgan Park the opportunity to see the purpose of
this club. The purpose is to promote an educational and social recrea-
tion and to inspire the students to spend more time at various sports.
Any girl who is interested or enjoys rollerskating is eligible for member-
ship in the club. The Queen Rollers are under the leadership of Miss
Rosalie Kurz, who is the active head of all their activities.
Queen Rollers is a noisy and active club. They have given two
very successful skating parties at the Swank Rink, and also have given
an interesting assembly in which all the members of the club took part
by demonstrating various types of skating.
Qfficers were as follows: Spring officers: Nellie Knipper, president:
Pearl Slagle, vice-president: Beatrice Thomson, secretary, and Iune
Fall officers: Margaret Samprevivo, presidentp Iune Conrad, vice-
president, Nellie Knipper, secretary: and Iune Chapman, treasurer.
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The twenty-third year of the Girls' Glee Club has been very successfully
completed. The purpose of the club is to promote choral work within
the school and to develop an appreciation and love of the best in choral
During the past year the organization represented Morgan Park at
the city contest, receiving a rating of The club presented their
annual Christmas program for the P.T.A. and the Student Association.
In February they appeared before the Crescendo Club and again in
May presented the annual spring concert with the A Cappella chorus,
concert band and other of Morgan Park's musical organizations.
ln the past any Student Association member could obtain member-
ship by passing a vocal test given by the sponsor, Mrs. Hartle. ln the
future, however, all membership will come from the choral l and H
classes which will be newly organized in September.
The able officers for the fall semester were Sally Brown, president:
Shirley lngalls, secretary: Sue Blaicher, librarian: and Ioan Haedtler,
treasurer. Qfficers for the spring term are Dorothy May, president: Pat
Fitch, vice-president: Iune Smith, secretary, and Ioan Haedtler, librarian.
ROW 1: Eweit, Ditchie, Chap-
znan, N. Kmpper, Miss Kurz,
Slaqle, Thompson, O'Sullivan.
ROW 2: Borton, May, Beukinqa,
Lichtenstein, Mattson, Petersen,
Knipper, Gabler, Larson. ROW
3: Slaqle, Dwyer, Reilly, Boers-
sma, Taylor, Reid, Hummel, Lyt-
ton. ROW 4: Becka, Smith, Nel
son, Radz, McKay, Naber,
GIRLS' GLEE CLUB
ROW l: Headtler, Inqalls, Fitch.
May, Mrs. Hartle, Brown, Bla:-
cher, Smtth, Pontius. ROW 2:
Conrad, Kann, Smith, Foote,
Frary, Hayes, Lindros, Dillman,
Gemeimhardt. ROW 3: Avery,
Rekash, Grant, Reii, Eisenmann,
Thomas, Muench, Dwyer, Wood!
ruff, Wooter. ROW 4: Miessler,
Lausch, Klein, Twineharn, Tatqe,
Dimitl, Glover, Ketcham, O'Hal-
oran, Klienz. ROW 5: Mars.
Evans, Mclfncroe, Chatters, Wer-
ner, Werner, Rasmussen, Fred
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As all old things must eventually die. so dies the oldest club at Morgan
Park, the Zoology Club. It is a natural death, as the Zoology course
was dropped from the high school program two years ago. Thus it is
wholly a 4A organization.
And so it diesfeand with it goes many pleasant memories of trips
to Turkey Bun, to the International Livestock Exhibition: to the Indiana
State Parkg to Shed Aquarium: of interesting speakers: of successful
sales: of dawn risings to go birding, and all that spirit and co-operation
required to make a truly great club.
Formed first as the Science Club under Miss Lucy Babcock, the
club can claim existence as far back at 1916. Upon Miss Babcock's
retirement Miss Bessie Bell took over the sponsorship until such time
when H. T. Taylor, present sponsor, took charge. Under the able leader-
ship of its sponsors the club has flourished and grown.
Fall semester officers were Philip Harper, president: lack Burley,
Ann Huntington, Marilyn Spence and Aiden Tozer. For the spring term
Marilyn Spence became president, aided by Myron Adler, lean Bunn,
Barbara Fenger and William Bliss.
The Curtain Club of Morgan Park High School was organized for stu-
dents who have an active interest in dramatics.
Each year plays that are given by both college and professional
groups are attended to help develop an appreciation for the Theatre.
This year a group of about 85 students attended the comedy "Papa ls
All." The large attendance itself proves the interest that was promoted.
Several times during the year students attended plays presented by
the Dramatic Club of Central Y.M.C.A. A two-act play, "The Bight
Answer," was presented by the club at a school assembly. lt was a
very amusing play and was thoroughly enjoyed by all of the students.
Miss lulia Lorenz is our able and enthusiastic club sponsor.
Aiden Tozer called the meetings to order during the fall semester,
while Shirlee Guest took over his position in the spring. Nancy Patter-
son and Phil Harper serving as vice-presidents gave very able assis-
tance. The minutes of the meetings were kept by Shirlee Guest and
Maxine Rutherford. Don Goldsmith and lim Buys held the all important
key to the treasury.
ROW 1: Briqqs, Krueqer,
Floront, Wqqner, Blur-
rlier, lfrcksori, Henderson,
Kinney, Baldwin. ROW 2:
Ewulcl, Lorenz, Church,
Brckel, Hotzirelcl, Briliorn,
lrrcobs, Cable, Dilluhay,
ROW 3: Pcrssfiurrre, Mor'
shcrll, 'I' ar Cl q e, White,
G 0 s 5 W 1 ri, Wrlke, Von
Kirk, Hom, Mcrench, Mey-
ers, Tfrtro, Pcrce. ROW 4:
Server, Zeisslcr, Scherer,
Crrrrrrt, lolrnson, Dwyer,
lrrrson, Gunther, Hanson,
Rochnifrn. ROW 5: Rich-
frrds, Melrulfy, M 0 O r Q,
Fuorrn, Yuri, Spence, Lur-
Pon, Hops, Nelson, Else.
ROW 1: Harper, Booth,
Mmworrii, M 1 s S K ur z,
Rurrrpl, llehninq, Moy,
Mfrthrs. ROW IZ: McEn-
croo, Grrrerrrwnlcl, Mohns,
Sliryton, von llolst, Cur-
Irrs, Guest, Binnrrll, Wen-
ricr, VVOIFOII. ROW 3:
Rrrrnqlon, Mlcrlkwr, Grund-
rrmn, Mohr, V 0 Q c- l 0,
Woer-hide, Grrrsse, Lrlrri-
kis, Meyers, Hcrlricr, Mor-
GIRLS' EMBLEM CLUB
ROW 1: Knrpper, Wilson,
Mf1cKer12iO, M 1 s s Kirrz,
llnrrkc, Pierce, Sprerlinq.
ROW 2: Wootnrn, Nnber,
Eoclcrrrcrn, lirmslrop, COO-
lvy, liisrriore, Brrnnon.
FLOUNDERS EQUESTRIAN CLUB GIRLS' EMBLEM CLUB
llrfrsillfrrrt Presidpnl Prcsiclent
Pr My llwrrss Nfrrrwy Blirivlrwr le-rrrinpllo Mfrtlris lccrn Rrrmpi Edyllm Noqler Eleanor MacKenzie
Viwf- Prr siflffril Dorothy Mary Marilyn Dehninfg Vice-Presidenl
lirrl I-rl lllllil r Vfrrrif- Inu lcrvksori Sccrelrrry Ecvcrly Eorfkrnrrn Lillicrn Wilson
lmrr: Rurnpf leon Nlcriworn
'rv 'rfvtfrry Treasurer Sncrelcrry
lrrrily 'l'r1l:1-- Lmrisn Vffrfgrier lcrzrinrv Curliss Belly Booth Fern Pierce lime I-lcrnke
Behind the curtains We find a group ot
young men co-operating simultaneously
to create a design that mistities the
Houtsiders' eye." The stage crew helps
all clubs by being back stage stooges
during assemblies. With plenty of moral
support from their advisor, Mr. Hunter,
the Stage Crew, managed by Dave
Rennie, assisted by Carl Lee, attains
even greater heights in service to the
ROW l: Cornwell, Johnson, Shertt, Dasher,
Miss Conlan, Mr. Drummond, Melin, Gill, Love.
ROW 2: LaRue, Pearson, Moore, Little, Lo-
rance, Rutherford, Eklott, Grebinq, Ackerman.
ROW 3: Naber, Milton, Dismore, Bergquist,
Rennie, Davis, MacKenzie, Bergman, Olsen.
ROW 4: Sharpe, Kleuskens, Iones, Kohtelt,
Michael, Koch, Patterson, McAlpine, Eisen-
mann. ROW 5: Iohnson, McKenna, Brown,
Barnes, Dillnian, Huntington, KHLXPD, Has-
au pai on
Tau Epsilon, Morgan Parlds honorary scholastic society, has since it was founded in
March 1924, grown from 60 members to 300 at the present time.
In order to become a member a student must have eleven grade points with no
grade below "G" and four honor points. One point is given for each "E" or "S" and
others for participation in school activities, for service as officers of clubs and
division rooms and for perfect attendance. This membership must be renewed every
semester, thus promoting scholarship and participation in the activities of the school
each semester. lt is also a prerequisite for membership in the National Honor Society.
in past years seven semester members have received gold guards consisting of the
letters MP. and the three top ranking seniors have received their choice of a Tau Epsi-
lon pin or a book. Due to the priorities, February l942, was the last time these awards
will be given until peace come to the world.
The club, under its three able advisers: Miss Conlan, Miss Mackin and Mr. Drum-
mond, had carried out its program in keeping with its purely honorary character.
The officers of the fall semester were Willard Lofgren, president: Bernadette Pear-
son, vice-presidentg Marilyn Spence, secretary: and Iohn Melin, treasurer: while in
the spring semester Mary Emily Dasher, lohn Melin, Kenneth Gill and lean Sherff
filled these respective positions,
ROW 1: Mitten, Brown, Schleicher, Spence
Gardner, Falls, Campbell, Barqurst, Krueger
ROW 2: Tart, Lomb, Glover, Nrebauer, Schultz,
Monroe, Wheeler, Kennedy, Lewis, Stankus.
ROW 3: Skworch, Whrte, Loomis, Larson, Haf-
ner, Burrows, Bevrns, Lrllonqren, Muschott,
Huber, Zanarclo. ROVV' 4: Marworrrr, Downs,
Osborn", And: rscn, Errrshofi, Prlkrnqton, Qrmrtt,
ROW l: Groundwater, Woodruff, Biederamann
Rurke, Adler, Rumpf, Mathis, Slayton, Booth
ROW 2: Mohr, Richardson, Kohr, Guest, Bra
nonr, Werner, Iohannesen, Sprtler, Lindros
Meyer. ROW 3: Martin, Grundman, Brown
Stewart, Peterson, Cooley, Allen, Gray, Shev-
lrn, Reid. ROW 4: Elakslee, Bergstrom, Knight,
McAdams, Schmidt, Hanke, Cleqq, Moore, Duff.
ROW 5: Shoemaker, Fall, Gilfillan, Rodger
Brrttarn, Rarrrshaw, Rodenkrrch, Faulkner.
ROW 1: Rees, Wirth, Rosserr, May, Haqlund,
lnnnon, lurllard, Fautuisi, Hukrll, ROW 2:
Hvnke, Richards, Hope, Iackson, Soderstrom,
Tfrtro, Ccrrnrt, Larson, Emery, Mrhalorts, ROW
3: Gill, Hoge, l-lrllstronr, Blaicher, Blarcher,
Plcrsher, Hoch, Fairbanks, Wrckam, ROW 4:
Frredrtor, Scott, Brckel, Hanley, Weir, George,
Nvvrn, Chatters, Hunter, ROW 5: Rekosh, Mars,
Hrvkely, Mehlan, Patterson, Draper, Henss,
Rthnke, Mason, Greqq.
ROW 1: Passifrume, Bochrnan, l-leadtler, Mer-
rick, Wilson, lnqalls, Maurer, Ewert, Wtlke.
ROW 2: Lorrance, Tatqe, Sylvain, Rada, Gee,
Curtis, Keeler, Brown, Smith, Cleqq. ROW 3:
Hetfron, Ross, Mohr. McKenna, Dawson, Smith,
Dekker, Frcrry, Roberts, Scherneman, Foote.
ROW 4: lnqham, Brodene, Wheeler, Huber,
Coble, Taqler, Pearson. ROW 5: Schrock,
Richardson, Allen, Grosse, De Butts, M.lter,
HOW l: Rutlmxlotd, Fndfty, Snnth, Brown, Polls, Mxss
C :ll th tn, Pxutwx, Scott, Potts, Htodockm, I-Impex.
IFIOVI fi: Pfxttwxson Fowl.-t, W W'l1l3'?I'Q, Aclcexnmn, von
Holst, Artclwxzstm, I-lethon, Gi-Ittlmns-rx, Tritqe, Cznlton,
Pt-t-15011. ROW 3: Adler, Ohnstaod, Muschott, Moy,
lluvh, Mohr, Bfnnvs Hull, V!f1.o's, Andsxson, Arthur,
Sltxytfxn, Oslyouw. ROW 4: Mrxhone-y, Pftrkox, MOIIEII-
nun, Sfrinpplozfk, AIIdOISLUH, O'Mnt11fx, l-ledrlck, Beasley,
Mfnwoxnu, Gruonwfwld, Illsley, Wtlstn. ROW 5: Schu-
xnfxtgltm, Schlleglxex, Guest, Mfltlns, Mohns, Twinehum,
lvlnltolopta, Gwtlnxxwnt, Muvllex, R1Cl'1te1, Campbell.
PROTECTIVE PATROL AND
ROW I: Smith, Fxtch, Captain Lorentz, Muschott
Potts. ROW 2: Brown, Pearce, Rtchter, Olxnsteod
ROW 3: Moy, Loveloy, Duffy, Karp, Gentleman
ROW 4: Mxtchell, lordon, Halbert, Alcock, Tracy
HOW l: Krfyes, Flescher, Enqstzom, Ptott, Dole, Puff
tusorx, Schubert. ROW 2: Holstronx, Lunmm, Wlll1S,
Ibn-wa, Mahoney, Conrnd, Welchlns, Crlrnxeux, Gm'
l und, Mttclunson, Lornnxex, Hetteron, Sobel,
HOW I: Whlte, Scott, Rutherford, Splinter, Harper
President of the Parent-Teacher Associa-
tion this year was Mrs. C. D. Northam.
The offices of first, second, and third
vice-presidents were held by Mrs. Cf. T.
Dutton, Mrs. Loro Gooch, and Dr. Eston
V. Tubbs, respectively. Mrs. L. M. Har-
per was Recording Secretary, While the
office of Corresponding Secretary was
held by Mr. Paul Brown. The treasurer
was Mrs. L. R. Seen.
Our program theme for the year was
"The lndividual's Responsibility to the
Hoping to build a stronger school
spirit among our parents, we have at-
tempted to acquaint our members with
the school. Each month the chairman
of some department at Morgan Park has
appeared on our program to introduce
the instructors and discuss the aims of
that department. At the tea following
the program parents had an opportuni-
ty to visit with these teachers. An out-
standing program for one of our three
"Parents Nights" was completely in
charge of the students.
We are very proud of our student aid
accomplishments. Mrs. Robt. H. Kraft,
Student Aid chairman, has found em-
ployment for those students desiring
part time or evening Work.
A live interest in Chicago School
problems has been maintained and we
have kept our members informed in
regard to such matters.
The fine co-operation of officers, chair-
men, parents, and teachers, has made
our year's work possible.
Gooch, Dr. Tubbs, Northam, Dutton, Seen
The meetings cf the Emblem Club are held each month and the purpose of the club is
to promote intramural sports such as baseball, basketball, football and volleyball
antong the boys throughout the school.
lt is necessary to first earn a major letter in some sport to become a member, which,
cf course, includes passing grades. lts members act as guards at all athletic contests
and the club has taken part in keeping the school lunchroom clean and lunchers in
ln the spring the club presented a movie on the American League in Baseball.
Although the film was late it was presented twice in the afternoon, much to the de-
light of the whole student body.
The officers during the fall semester were Bob Pringle, president, who also repre-
sents the Athletic Commission for that semester, Fred Ballantine, vice-president and
Kenneth Bump, secretary-treasurer. The officers during the spring semester were
Bruce Chapel, who was also the Athletic Commissioner and president, Cyril Nier-
man, vicefpresident and Donald White, secretary-treasurer.
PRINGLE CHAPEL BOYS' EMBLEM CLUB
ROW l: Sclnrbrr, Keddte, White, Chapel, Nrvrnmn, jones, Smith
HOW ll: Bushnell, Power, Cornwell, lrvtn, Copeland, Lee, Mc
Bride, ROW 3: .lent-ztrrs, Power, Fryer, Blrss, Alcock, Hedrick
v-in Kenlerr, Frlrltngtorr, Gill. BOVV' 4: Mitchell, Buckley, Cope
lrrnd, Tubbs, Cotton, Scott, Chrrstrnrrn, Muyller, lnqhrrrn. ROW 5
Crnw, Wtrll, Ballantine, Srlrrrndt, lrovr-, Fitch, Harris, Krause
Schlxecher, Glover, Branom, Fresher, Klienz, Guert, O'Halloran, Hoge, Miller
ROW 1: Giebing, De Butts, Pearson, Chatters, Miss Mangan, Koch, McGonaqil
Grasse, Naber. ROW 2: Rosborough, McAdams, Gronau, Mohr, Conrad, Frary
Merrick, Scheinrnan, Dyer, Fitch, ROW 3: Maiworm, Anderson, Secrest, Curtis
Heffron, Pruter, Voqele, Lxllinqren, Smith, Barquist, Clegg. ROW 4: Lawrence
Geuieinhart, Blalceslee, Anderson, Gee, Maurer, Bergman, Knight, Thote
ROW l: Roberts, luliano, Carts, White, Davis, Rennie, Mllton, Babe, Anderf
son, Lichtensen. ROW 2: Dxsmore, Hanley, Twineham, Mohns, Allen, Daslier,
Foreman, von Holst, Huber, Wells. HOW 3: Wrede, Ketchain, Martin, Blaicher,
Hunter, Iohannsen, Mason, Burkhart, Sodersirom, Ajed, lohnson. ROW 4'
Quilpen strives to promote interest in
creative writing. New members sube
mit a piece of original writing which is
subject to the approval of a committee.
They also must have had a mark of "E"
or "S" in English.
Every year the members attend a play
in the "loop." This year a book was
compiled, containing Writing of our
members and a complimentary letter
was received from Supt. lohnson on this
Miss Iosephine Mangan is our helpful
and enthusiastic sponsor.
Officers for the year were: President,
Betty Caris: Barbara Nichlaus, Vice-
presidentp Shirley Guest, Beth Chatters,
secretary, Barbara Nichlaus, Charlene
Pearson, treasurer: Nancy Bennie,
we CAMO! MHHC
Another successful year at the Clissold
Branch has been completed. One of the
largest factors at the Branch is the Stu-
dent Association. Last semester it was
under the guidance of lohn Foyer, presi-
dent, Gloria Hunter, vice-presidentg Bob
Bossen, secretary, and Marjorie Nevin,
A social committee which was
headed by Barbara Barrett and spon-
sored by Mr. Robert Russell has given
many successful social hours full of
entertainment, dancing and refresh-
Another active organization under the
sponsorship of the Student Association
is the Branchite's Student Court. This
was suggested by the Student Court at
the Main Building, and sorne people
from the Branch, who felt there was a
great need for a Student Court there,
saw to it there was such or group organ-
ized. Then they appointed Bill Black,
Chief Iustice, and Ianice Carlson, Ioyce
Fairbanks, Ralph Pritchard and lim
Kirby as lurors.
Another one of the committes is that
of the Hall Guards, whose duty it is to
keep the boys and girls in order in the
halls and on the stairways. This com-
mittee has been highly successful in
keeping strict order during the practice
air raids recently.
The Street Committee, headed by Bill
Behr, had the job of keeping order out-
side of school.
We feel that the Student Association
and the Student Court have done fine
work, and we hope they will keep on
with it in the future.
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Pacing the gigantic War Efforts demand for military cadets with an A-l fundamental
training in Military Science and Tactics, the Morgan Park Reserve Officers Training
Corps, under the command of Sgt. lohn R. Ziel, has taken great strides of advancement
in the past year and has won the high esteem of both the school and community.
Pride and joy of the unit this year was the development of its rifle team. The
R. O. T. C, sponsored the Military Rall and ci roller skating party, the financial successes
which backed the rifle sauact's purchase of S200 worth of equipment. With only a few
weeks' practice on the M. P. Police stations range, after which it was taken over for
Civilian Defense use, the Empehi Sharpshooters went on to capture 24th place in the
City meet in a field of 27, and 74th place from an entry of 92, in the Corps area match.
lilC.tItl'IlIl'j high on the list of '4lf'42 R. Q. T. C. achievements is the organization ot
the Morgan Park Air Raid System, The efficient Work of the Air Raid guards in effectively
carrying out the Air Raid drills was highly praised by both faculty and students.
lVlorgan Parks tribute to its graduates now serving in Uncle Sams armed forces
is the huge service-flag now hanging in the Auditorium and bought by the R. Q. T. C.
with donations from cadets, faculty and students.
Federal Inspection, falling on May 7th of the year in which our nation shifted into
high gear in its war production drive, loomed even greater in importance, which meant
drills, drills, drills, for every R. O .T. C. cadet, in their all out effort to regain honor
Following in the footsteps of the Federal lnspection, came practical war manuevers
in which the "Green army outmanuevered the White" in the forests on the outskirts of
Maps of the maneuver area were excellently composed and drawn up by lohn
Long hours of early morning practice under the watchful eyes of Cadet Maior
Luther Lorance and other R. O. T. C. officers earned for the Morgan Park picked
platoon, l2th place in a field of 24 Chicago High schools entered in the City Picked
The Usher Force, officiating at all assemblies, meetings, movies, etc., carried out
its job with its usual effiency. Members of the force deserve to be commended highly
for their excellent work and ability in this capacity. Ralph Glsen headed the Force
during the fall semester and George Karp ably took over this command in the spring.
Morgan Park's R. O. T. C. battalion also participated in the Army Day Parade of
l5,0UU downtown on April 8.
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The Officers' Club is an organization of all the officers of the R. O. T. C. The purpose of
the club is to promote better relations between officers and the men and to further their
The officers for this semester are Cadet Major Fred Faulkner, presidenty Cadet
Barry Splinter, vice-president: Cadet Lieutenant Walter Pruter, secretary-treasurer.
The Officers' Club has held meetings every day for the past three months at 7
o'clock in the morning. At these meetings they were instructed in military theory and drill
by Sgt. Ziel. The ultimate goal of the club is to get an honor school rating at Govern-
ment lnspection which is held once a year in May. At this time, a group of officers,
appointed by the War Department, inspects the battalion. At the time this goes to press
we will not have had the inspection but we expect to get honor school rating this year.
One of the main functions of the Officers' Club is sponsoring the Military Ball. This
year all of the cadets in the unit voted for an honorary colonel. The competition was keen
but Cherie Crist finally came out on top. As a token of remembrance, she was presented
a gold loving cup and a scroll signed by every man in the battalion, proclaiming her
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